This NOAA satellite image taken Sunday, November 14, 2010 at 12:45 PM EST shows cloudy skies over the Upper Midwest as the Winter storm located over Lake Superior loosens it\\\'s grip over the Upper ... more 
This NOAA satellite image taken Sunday, November 14, 2010 at 12:45 PM EST shows cloudy skies over the Upper Midwest as the Winter storm located over Lake Superior loosens it\\\'s grip over the Upper Mississippi Valley and the Upper Great Lakes regions. Strong winds and cold temperatures accompany rain and snow showers across areas of Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Michigan through the afternoon. Accumulations reported range from a half inch near International Falls to almost 9 inches near Bruno, Minnesota. In Wisconsin, 6 to 8 inches occurred in Douglas county, with only an inch near Ashland. Additional accumulations are not expected to be significant, however travel may be dangerous on secondary roads. Meanwhile, a long cold front associated with this storm extends from the Lower Great Lakes through the Central Gulf Coast States. Light, frontal precipitation from New York through West Virginia winds down through the late afternoon. Patches of light rain also persist near the southern tail of this front from the southeastern Texas coast through southern Louisiana and Mississippi. (AP PHOTO/WEATHER UNDERGROUND) less 
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Tue, Nov 16, 2010 10:46 PM EST