GILE, WI (WTAQ) - Folks in parts of far northern Wisconsin are digging out from another big snowstorm.
Gile, at Lake Superior in Iron County, had 9.5 inches of lake effect snow since Monday night. Other parts of the state recorded up to 4 inches.
Also, a strong low-pressure system brought cold northwest winds to the region. It was still 8-below at mid-morning in New Richmond and Osceola. Superior still had minus-5, while other parts of the state were in the single-digits above zero and the teens.
Two days of dry weather are in the forecast, with highs generally in the teens Wednesday and the 20’s Thursday.
More light snow is due in Friday and early Saturday.
Ironwood Michigan, just across the border from Hurley, has already received more snow this winter than last. Almost 115 inches of snow have fallen this season in Ironwood – seven-tenths-of-an-inch more than the entire previous winter.