Boreal Storm Watch: Updates from Cook County as winter storm finally winds down MondayDec 05, 2021 02:15PM ● By Editor
Watch Jaye's final report from Monday morning herem
By Jaye White, Boreal contributor and the staff and board members of Boreal Community Media - December 6, 2021
At 10:00AM, MN DOT reports heavy ice on Highway 61 from Grand Marais to Grand Portage. It reports dry pavement from Schroeder to Grand Marais and light slush on the roadway from Duluth to Schroeder. Allow extra time and be careful on the roadways throughout the Arrowhead region.
Snow plow camera east of Grand Marais on Highway 61 just before 10:00am on Monday. Photo: MN DOT
Snow plow camera on Highway 61 near Silver Bay Monday morning. Photo: MN DOT
Sunrise and snow cover in Grand Portage at 8am Monday. Photo: MN DOT
Highway 61 at Broadway Avenue in Grand Marais on Monday morning. Photo: MN DOT
Two Harbors MN at 8:30am Monday morning. Photo: MN DOT
Jeff Latz loaded this image of snow depth from Deeryard Lake near Lutsen shortly after 6pm on Sunday. "It's still coming down" Latz said. Photo: Jeff Latz
Boreal Board Member Jeff Latz reports 9 inches of accumulation at his home on Deeryard Lake near Lutsen by 3pm on Sunday. Photo: Jeff Latz
Snow, mixed at times with light freezing drizzle, has led to difficult driving conditions this afternoon. If you must travel, allow plenty of time to reach your destination. Graphics; National Weather Service - Duluth
Photos in the photo gallery below submitted by Brad and Brooke Shannon.
For road report updates and travel conditions, follow this link to MN 511 Travel Information. https://511mn.org/@-96.49243,46.92432,6?show=metroTrafficMap,roadReports,plowCameras,winterDriving,w...
Watch Jaye's second report here
Watch Jaye's first report from this morning.
Watch Jaye White's 2pm Sunday storm report here
Jaye White gives us her 4pm Sunday storm update here
Jaye White gives her fifth daily update at 6pm Sunday on the blizzard in Cook County Sunday night
Jaye's final update for the evening