The epic weather event that began Friday night had slowed somewhat on Sunday after what the weather service described as a "historic" snowstorm Saturday, but the snow kept coming down.
The West Iron County Sewer Authority in Caspian recorded 10 inches and the Iron Mountain-Kingsford Wastewater Treatment Plant in Breitung Township reported 9.5 inches. St. Cloud was at 4.7 inches, up from 3.6 inches.
The weekend storm was everything forecasters said it would be, and it isn't over yet.
Around the area, 22 inches of snow was reported in victor as of 3 p.m. Sunday, with 15.6 inches reported in Huron, 14.1 inches in Burke, along with 16.5 inches in Kennebec, according to the NWS. "We know that we have a number of intersections and streets that are blocked off right now. traffic at different parts of East Greensboro is hard at this point in time". In addition, Marinette County and Marquette County cancelled all court hearings scheduled for today.
One person died in Sunday's storm, and thousands were left without power because of fallen trees and downed power lines and utility poles.
The National Weather Service says more than 20 inches of snow fell in the Green Bay area.
Duke Energy reported about 37,000 customers without power in North Carolina. Let's hope it doesn't shut down the state like Friday's system did. Enbridge made a decision to shut down the twin pipelines until weather conditions improve in the Straits of Mackinac, which links Lake Huron and Lake Michigan, Duffy said. Paul International Airport late Saturday night, hours after all flights were grounded during a spring blizzard.
National Weather Service meteorologist Keith White in Marquette says moderate to heavy snow was falling Sunday morning in the Upper Peninsula.