UPDATE 12/15/22 11:10 am

The organization Downtown Duluth announced once again that the city's downtown skywalk system will once again close early on Thursday night.

The system is open during the day, but will again be shut down as of 7 pm Thursday night, citing weather conditions for the closure again Thursday night.

Downtown Duluth also shared a message warning the public of heavy, falling snow being blowing off roofs in the downtown area. They ask members of the public to use extra caution while walking on sidewalks because of this.

ORIGINAL POST 11/14/22 1:35 pm

Members of the public that use the Duluth Skywalk System to get around the downtown area will have to navigate elsewhere Wednesday night.

In a message to members of the downtown community, the organization Downtown Duluth shared news Wednesday afternoon that the city's skywalk system would be closed at 7 pm Wednesday due to the winter storm continuing to impact the area.

Snowfall is expected to get lighter through the afternoon hours Wednesday, but forecasts suggest it will get heavier again Wednesday night into Thursday morning.

A blizzard warning remains in effect for the Duluth area and North Shore through Thursday, with Duluth in line to see 12-17 more inches of snow between noon Wednesday and 6 pm Thursday. This, on top of what has already fallen around the area - which has been reported to be between 6-10 inches in some areas around the Twin Ports.

You can follow all of the latest closings, delays, and weather-related announcements on our closings/weather announcements page.

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