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Record storm dumps nearly a foot of snow on northeastern Minnesota


It's May, but Minnesota's snow machine keeps on churning, and it dropped a record snowfall on northeastern Minnesota on Wednesday night and into Thursday morning.

Just as lawns were starting to green up, they were buried under the largest one-day May snowfall in Duluth in 117 years. Heavy snow felled trees and power lines and left thousands in the dark. The weather made driving difficult, said National Weather Service hydrologist Steve Gohde.


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