Northeastern Minnesota is getting a dose of what might be winter’s last gasp in Minnesota, but even there the Weather Service has reduced expected snow totals and winter storm warnings have been downgraded to weather advisories. Some highways were reported snow-covered late this morning and law enforcement had responded to several crashes and spinouts. There’s a winter weather advisory in effect until 7 p-m for parts of St. Louis and Carlton counties including the Iron Range and Cloquet and inland areas of Duluth, with three to five inches of snow expected. The advisory continues through midnight for Lake and Cook counties with two to five inches of snow possible. Warmer temperatures forecast for tomorrow should quickly melt most the snow.