Our latest snowstorm will wind down in the south-central U.P. early tonight and continue near Lake Superior.
So far 4 to 6 inches of snow has been reported over the south-central. Specific amounts as of mid-to-late afternoon include 6 inches at Gladstone and on the Garden Peninsula of Delta County and 4 inches from Carney and Menominee and Bark River in Delta County. Less snow has fallen in the western U.P. farther from the storm over the LP.Farther north, an estimated 5 inches has fallen in Negaunee as of late afternoon. Snow will transition to lake-effect later tonight as the deep storm over the Lower Peninsula drifts northward up into Canada. With this movement winds on its backside over the U.P. will continue to gradually back to the northwest. That means places like Ironwood and Ontonagon as well as Munising and Grand Marais to the east will experience the heaviest snow late tonight and Thursday.