Temperatures should warm into mid and upper 30s later Monday, melting much of the snow and improving travel conditions.
The epic weather event that began Friday night had slowed somewhat on Sunday after what the weather service described as a "historic" snowstorm Saturday, but the snow kept coming down.
To the north, Roundup got about 7 inches, with 10 inches toward Melstone.
Areas just west of Marquette appeared to be hit hardest in the Upper Peninsula, with 18.5 inches in Ishpeming and 17.5 inches in Negaunee, according to NWS.
The weekend storm was everything forecasters said it would be, and it isn't over yet.
"We're still going to be well below normal for this time of year", she said.
All school districts in Dickinson and Iron counties, as well as Florence and northern Marinette counties in Wisconsin, were closed today.
It has dropped just about every kind of precipitation there is on MI, and cause just about every kind of storm related damage across the U.S.in the past few days, except for sharks.
Duke Energy reported about 37,000 customers without power in North Carolina.
The National Weather Service assessment team confirms a tornado struck an area of Texas County Friday night.
The Line 5 pipelines were temporarily shuttered Sunday afternoon due to a power outage at Enbridge's terminal in Superior, Wisconsin, Enbridge spokesman Ryan Duffy told The Detroit News.
He says Enbridge chose to shutter the twin pipelines until weather conditions improve in the Straits of Mackinac, which links Lake Huron and Lake Michigan. Paul International Airport said flight operations had resumed as of Sunday morning after a spate of flight cancellations on Saturday. Two of these injuries in Brainerd and St. Cloud were described as serious, and one fatality was reported in Medina.