Severe Weather Alert: Areal Flood Warning
...Flood Warning remains in effect for northeastern Koochiching and extreme northwestern St. Louis counties until 400 PM CDT Friday... At 456 PM CDT...flooding continued due to high water levels on Rainy Lake. The water levels of Rainy Lake at the water survey Canada gauge near Fort Frances have receded 5 inches since July 14. The Lake of The Woods control board forecasts lake levels to continue receding through July 28. Some locations that will experience flooding include...shoreline locations along Rainy Lake. While high water is impacting the area...many area resorts remain open for business. Several campsites at Voyageurs National Park have reopened...however some sites remain closed until further notice. Precautionary/preparedness actions... Report flooding to the nearest law enforcement agency so that they may take appropriate action to close flooded roadways. They will relay your report to the National Weather Service in Duluth MN. Lat...Lon 4851 9281 4856 9311 4858 9328 4864 9333 4864 9295 4856 9266 4850 9261 Huyck

Current Conditions for Northome, MN

73° F
Partly Cloudy
Wind: 4 mph North
High: 74° F  |  Low: 53° F
0% chance of precipitation.
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Northome Area Memorial Aboretum

Welcome to Northome, on the shores of Bartlett Lake. Located at the apex of three state highways you can find everything needed for comfortable living - groceries, hardware, health clinic, churches, craft shop, auto body, gas station, post office, banking, library, farmers market, K-12 school, local newspaper, beauty salon, and fine dining.

Let the wilderness surround you. Fishing, hunting, skiing, hiking, canoeing, biking, ice skating, camping, snowmobiling, berry picking - activities for all seasons.

Experience the awakening of Spring as the ice breaks loose from the shores, the bears begin wandering from their winter dens and the loons return to the lakes. Wake on a Summer morning with the loon's call interrupting the morning hush while the stillness and freshness of the morning air is being warmed by the rays of sunrise. Set off through the rustling leaves of Fall, smell the sweet scents of the forest and see the red, orange, yellow and rust colors bursting forth from every tree and bush. Enjoy the sparkling snow of Winter on skis or snowmobile. The solitude and beauty add to the experience that only the wilderness can offer.

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