A late-season winter storm dumped feet of snow on parts of the Upper Midwest. The heaviest snow has fallen across northern Wisconsin. Winter Weather Alerts are in place for northeastern Minnesota, the Western Upper Peninsula of Michigan, and northern Wisconsin through Monday evening.
A weather system that brought severe storms over the weekend also brought blizzard conditions to parts of the Upper Midwest to start the workweek.
A cold front swept through the country's eastern half and produced a plethora of weather events on Sunday, including rain and severe weather.
Many communities that saw record heat last week received precipitation as the front continues to move east.
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Winter weather alerts, including Blizzard Warnings, were posted for the Upper Midwest, as some areas saw more than a foot of snow combined with high winds through Monday evening.
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Winter weather alerts in effect through Monday.
Cities like Chicago and points northward saw frozen precipitation during the start of the workweek.
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Areas in northern Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan saw more than a foot of snow as the system moved through the area.
Blizzard conditions made travel hazardous as those made their way to work Monday morning.
As the system continues to exit the region, light snow will fall. The area prepares for yet another snow event for the end of the workweek.