Mid-Winter Snow Pushes Season Totals Near Normal

The mid-winter snow we’re seeing right now should continue to come down through tomorrow.

According to the National Weather Service, most locations near the Lake Superior shoreline have seen 3 to 6 inches of snow.

Parts of the western U.P. saw more — Ironwood got a foot.

And much of the U.P. will continue to see white through tomorrow morning.

National Weather Service forecaster Steven Fleegel says before the snow started to come down yesterday, the Marquette area was about 9 inches below normal for the season.

So far for the season, there’ve been about 120 inches of snow.

For the rest of the week, when events like the U.P. 200 are planned, we’ll just see lighter lake effect snow showers.