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Nick Cooper - TSM Duluth
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Photos from Early December 2013 Winter Storm [PHOTO ALBUM]

Wind, waves, cold, and snow hit the Twin Ports as the first major winter storm of the year passed through. Much of the area saw several feet of snow fall (see snowfall totals) to kick off the long winter season.

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How Much Snow Did We Get? Here are the Latest Snowfall Totals for the December 2-5 2013 Storm [UPDATED]

The first major snow storm of the season packed a serious punch, with waves of snow through the first week of December leaving Twin Ports and Northland residents digging out. So, how much snow did we get?

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Important Travel Advisory and Snow Removal Info from the City of Duluth

The National Weather Service has predicted the next phase of the snowstorm will result in at least 15 additional inches of snow in the area accompanied by strong winds and falling temperatures.  This is a dangerous storm and the City of Duluth advises no travel.

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Nick Cooper - TSM Duluth
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Winter Storm Warning Remains in Effect with Another Foot or More of Snow Possible in This Final Round

While many places in the region have already seen between 1 and 2 feet of snow (see latest snowfall totals here), another heavy round is expected to hit today, leaving a final storm total of between 2 and 3 feet through much of the area before the snow clears out and frigidly cold conditions slide into the area.

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A Route Suggestion and Winter Weather Storm Advice From the Duluth Police Department

It's our first major snowfall of the season!  At least it missed Thanksgiving by a few days.   Now that the advisory has been upgraded to a Winter Storm Warning it's time to reconnect with our winter driving skills, slow it down and allow extra time for scraping, shoveling and warming the car.  The Duluth Police Department has also given some suggestions on what roadway would be best to use during this storm and tips on clearing the snow before the cold weather hits.  Yes, that's coming next!

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May Snowstorm Could Bring Significant Snow to Parts of the Twin Ports Region to Start May 2013

In giant curveball thrown following a few days of 60+ degree weather, significant snowfall is tracking into the region to start the month of May.

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Potentially Heavy Snow and Thundersnow to Hit Twin Ports Monday Night and Tuesday Morning

After breaking the April snowfall record by over 10 inches last week, it looks like we have the opportunity to see April 2013 down as an even bigger month in the category of snowfall with another major winter storm approaching the Duluth/Superior area.

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How Much Snow Did We Get? See the Snowfall Totals For the April 18, 2013 Snow Storm [UPDATED]

Before snow started to fall on Thursday, Duluth sat very near a record for the most snowfall in the month of April. After some places saw between one and two feet of snow, we find ourselves digging out after the third major April snowstorm in a row. So, did we break any records and how much did we get?

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What Looks Like the Last Winter Storm of April Could Bring Plenty of Slush, Ice, and Snow to the Northland

Light snow continues in the latest of a series of late-season storms that has laid record-breaking snowfall amounts on the Twin Ports. Here's what to expect as this storm winds down today.

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Another April Snow Storm Targeting the Duluth / Superior Area and Northland to Start Next Week

If you haven't had enough of the late-season snow, there is another round heading toward the Twin Ports and Northland for the end of the weekend.

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Late-Season Winter Storm Makes for a Messy Friday in the Duluth/Superior Region [UPDATED]

winter storm warning remains in effect for the Twin Ports region, and has been extended until 5 pm today (Friday)  for falling snow and blowing/drifting snow.

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April 11 and 12 Snowfall Totals – Storm Report

Snow is expected to continue to fall through the afternoon and evening, offering 1-4 additional inches of snow in the Twin Ports and on top of what we already have on the ground. So, how much snow has fallen around the Duluth / Superior region?

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