A moisture-laden storm system that buried the nation's heartland under up to 14 inches of April snow shifted into the Great Lakes region with more snow, icy rain and arctic winds. Snow showers were scattered across parts of Wisconsin, lower Michigan and into north-central Indiana. The heaviest snowfall spread from just north of the Iowa border in southwestern Minnesota to south-central and southeastern parts of the state. The storm buried Rochester, Minn., streets under 11 inches of snow. Other snowfall totals from the storm were 10 inches at Dodge Center, Minn., 8 inches at Albert Lea, Minn., and up to 4 inches from northeastern Wisconsin into central parts of the state. Temperatures dropped as low as the mid 20s across the northern and central plains into the Great Lakes.