Nearly two feet of snow blanketed Duluth, Minnesota, on December 1, setting a record for the ninth highest two-day snow total in the city, the National Weather Service (NWS) said.
The NWS warned people that roads were snow-covered across the region and most were impassable. “If you can stay home today, do so! Numerous vehicles are stuck in snow drifts and in roads,” it added.
In a video taken in Duluth, trucks and trailers can be seen partially submerged by the snowfall, which was the heaviest in the state over the holiday weekend.
Sven Sundgaard, a local meteorologist, said the heavy snow was accompanied by 54 mph wind gusts on November 30. Credit: @rustrace40 via Storyful