UNDATED (KDAL) - On the heels of the dramatic Thanksgiving weather shift came another snowfall Saturday evening, coating much of the area in 1.5 to 2 inches of snowfall. The snow fell heaviest up the north shore, dropping 2.5 inches in Lutsen. There is a 20 percent chance of snow along the South Shore of Lake Superior this evening before midnight. Shortly after Duluth tied a record high for November 22nd of 52 degrees, the weather took a turn for the worse late Thursday as winds whipped up and rain changed quickly to snow. Snowfall totals varied but 3 to 7 inches was common across northeastern Minnesota while lake enhanced snow left nearly a foot along the southshore of Lake Superior. Duluth reported 5.3 inches, Cook had 5.5 inches, Oulu checked in with 11 inches of snow and Poplar and Maple had 10.5. Strong winds also caused considerable blowing snow and roadways were very slippery for a time with a coating of ice under the snow. High temperatures will stay in the 20's for most of the coming week.
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