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Lake Superior Zoo Closed Tuesday Due To Slippery Conditions

Mother Nature strikes again!  Due  to extremely slippery pathways, the Lake Superior Zoo is closed today.

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No April Fool’s Joke – Snow and Messy Roads For April 1

Luckily the threat of a quarter of an inch of ice didn't develop and ice remained somewhat limited on roadways in the Twin Ports, but windy and snowy conditions have developed overnight and will hang around through the day today, leading the National Weather Service to extend their winter weather advisory until 4 pm today (Tuesday, April 1).

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Image Credit: Greg Leiviska
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Look Familiar? This Was April 19th Last Year

I think it's safe to say that everybody is sick of winter.  We've had a very tough winter, and a lot of us were hoping for an early spring.   That's obviously not happening. 

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Duluth Surpasses the 100 Inch Mark For Snowfall This Season

Even for winter enthusiasts, this has felt like a worse winter than most. Extreme cold, marked with plenty of snowstorms has made many wish for warmer days and hope for snowbanks to start to shrink. Those snowstorms have pushed us into the record books for this season, hitting a major milestone Thursday.

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End-of-Winter Car Maintenance Tips That Will Save You Lots of Trouble

The long, hard winter can do a number on your poor car. Here are some ways you can get it back in shape for the spring and summer driving seasons.

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Nick Cooper - TSM Duluth
Nick Cooper - TSM Duluth
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Mid-March Snowstorm Looks to Bring 8+ Inches of Snow to the Twin Ports [UPDATED]

The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning for the region that is in effect now through 11 am Wednesday for heavy, wet snowfall.

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American Red Cross Launches New Flood App for Mobile Devices [Download the App Now]

Until the flood of June 2012 I wouldn't think I needed this app on my mobile phone.  Now, I'm grateful to the American Red Cross for thinking ahead to provide the app and potentially save lives and minimize loss.  It's free and you'll have instant access to local and real-time information.  Download the app now!

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The Flood of 2012 Continues to Affect the Northland, Public Input Needed in Stabilizing Stewart Creek

The flood of June 2012 changed so many lives and the structure of the Northland.  To this day we are still dealing with it's affect.  Personally, I now have a basement that leaks (as many people do) due to warmer temps and snow melting.  My electric bill will be atrocious  because our wet/dry vac is running continuously.  Much of the Northland was restructured including our stream, rivers and creeks and the City of Duluth is asking for your suggestions as they prepare to stabilize the banks of Stewart Creek.  Ideas?

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Photo by Vince Caligiuri/Getty Images
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Weather Forcing the Ice Caves at Apostle Islands National Lakeshore to Close Sunday at the Latest

The ice caves have been an amazing place to visit throughout this harsh winter.  However, due warming weather conditions your time to visit them this year is quickly winding down.

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Nick Cooper - TSM Duluth
Nick Cooper - TSM Duluth
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Apostle Islands Ice Caves to Close By Sunday, March 16 at the Latest

The ice caves along the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore have been a huge draw for people around the country to the Wisconsin shoreline of Lake Superior. After thousands of visitors and millions of dollars have come into the area, weather conditions are forcing the caves to close.

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First Nice Weather Has Northlanders Digging Out Grills

Ah, yes.  The smell of charcoal burning, and meat grilling in the neighborhood.   Temperatures are finally above freezing for the first time in months, and after a terrible winter we're all running to the backyard.   Odds are today with temperatures reaching nearly 50 degrees, you'll see quite a few people lighting up the bbq.

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UPDATE: Public is Encouraged to Move Vehicles; City of Duluth Continues Snow Removal Tomorrow

If your vehicle is parked in the areas that the City of Duluth will be removing snow tomorrow, it may be towed.  Find out where the crews will be working here.

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