As the snow falls, the cancellations beginThursday evening activities and events for the Cloquet School District are cancelled due to weather conditions. According to the National Weather Service, we could get 4-8 inches of new snow.
Thursday evening activities and events for the Cloquet School District are cancelled due to weather conditions.
All sports practices are cancelled for Cloquet High School.
The CHS play performance set for tonight is cancelled and rescheduled for 2 p.m. Sunday.
The second grade concert tonight at Washington Elementary School is cancelled and will be rescheduled, the same goes for the second grade field trip set for tomorrow.
This is the latest from the National Weather Service in Duluth:
WINTER STORM WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 10 AM CDT
* LOCATION...EAST CENTRAL MINNESOTA AND NORTHWEST WISCONSIN
INCLUDING THE AREAS OF SIREN...HINCKELY...MOOSE LAKE...SOLON
SPRINGS...DULUTH AND SUPERIOR.
* TIMING...EXPECT THE SNOW TO RAPIDLY INCREASE IN COVERAGE AND
INTENSITY THROUGH THE AFTERNOON...PERSISTING OVERNIGHT. THE SNOW
WILL BE HEAVY AT TIMES LATE TODAY AND TONIGHT.
AT 1230 PM...THE LEADING EDGE OF A LARGE AREA OF MODERATE TO
HEAVY SNOW WAS IN THE HINCKLEY TO SIREN AREA...AND QUICKLY
SPREADING NORTH. THE TWIN PORTS REGION CAN EXPECT A RAPID
INCREASE IN SNOWFALL RATES GENERALLY AFTER 200 PM.
* ADDITIONAL SNOW ACCUMULATION THIS AFTERNOON THROUGH FRIDAY
MORNING...4 TO 8 INCHES.
THE SNOW MAY MIX WITH RAIN OR SLEET AT TIMES...MAINLY ALONG AND
EAST OF THE HIGHWAY 53 CORRIDOR IN NORTHWEST WISCONSIN.
* WINDS...NORTH WINDS WILL BE GUSTY AROUND 30 MPH THIS
AFTERNOON...INCREASING TO 40 MPH GUSTS OVERNIGHT THROUGH
FRIDAY MORNING. THE COMBINATION OF WIND AND SNOW WILL RESULT
IN REDUCED VISIBILITY AND HAZARDOUS DRIVING CONDITIONS.
* IMPACTS...EXPECT TRAVEL CONDITIONS TO BECOME DIFFICULT TO
HAZARDOUS TONIGHT THROUGH FRIDAY. MONITOR NOAA WEATHER RADIO
FOR THE LATEST INFORMATION AND FORECAST UPDATES.
THIS WINTER STORM WARNING MEANS SNOW ACCUMULATIONS WILL IMPACT
TRAVEL. ALLOW EXTRA TIME TO REACH YOUR DESTINATION. KEEP A WINTER
SURVIVAL KIT IN YOUR VEHICLE.