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Winter, by the numbers

Published 04/21/2013, Duluth News Tribune

The northern Minnesota winter was mild through November, December and January. But winter got serious after that, with lots of cold and snow. Through Friday, Duluth had recorded 120.3 inches of snow, fifth-most in recorded history. Of that, about 80 inches has fallen since Feb. 1, and 17.7 inches fell in Thursday and Friday’s storm. This month is the snowiest April recorded in Duluth, with 41.7 inches so far. And Duluth temperatures this month, through Wednesday, were six degrees below normal.

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