A widespread winter storm that’s moving northward from the southern high plains of New Mexico and northwestern Texas could dump up to 15 inches of snow across northern Minnesota and Wisconsin.
The heaviest snowfall is expected across northeastern Minnesota and the North Shore of Lake Superior. However, northwestern Wisconsin could also see 1 foot of snow by the end of the day Friday, said meteorologist Geoff Grochocinski with the National Weather Service office in Duluth.
"The areas hardest hit appear to be from Douglas to Bayfield counties, so the city of Superior up into Bayfield," he said.
A low pressure system in the southern United States is making its way toward the Midwest with snow beginning Wednesday night and diminishing throughout Friday.