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Storm still on track

A winter storm warning is in effect from this afternoon until early Thursday. The National Weather Service in Duluth says travel is expected to become difficult tonight with snow starting to accumulate and blowing in 30 mph winds. Wednesday morni...

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A winter storm warning is in effect from this afternoon until early Thursday.

The National Weather Service in Duluth says travel is expected to become difficult tonight with snow starting to accumulate and blowing in 30 mph winds. Wednesday morning's commute "will be even worse," the Weather service warns, due to gusting winds, snow-covered roads and near-whiteout conditions.

The storm's track has been more to the east than forecast earlier, so areas west of the Twin Ports are now expected to see little significant accumulation.

Storm totals are expected to range from about 4 inches in Hibbing and Isabella, 5-9 inches in Silver Bay and Duluth and 9-15 inches in northern Douglas County, with even more snow to the east in Wisconsin and the UP.

Gale warnings have been posted for Lake Superior and a blizzard warning is in effect for the U.P.'s Keweenaw Peninsula.

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