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“I feel like I’m in a snow globe,” said Connie Sylvester of Duluth, as she stayed cozy inside Jitters Coffee House in downtown Duluth enjoying a snack and coffee with her husband, Daryl, during Thursday afternoon’s heavy snowfall. “The snow is hard,” said Sylvester, “but it happens, so what do you do?” (Bob King / rking@duluthnews.com)

2013-14 now third-snowiest winter on record in Duluth

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A cold spring rain turned into yet another snowstorm Thursday across parts of the Northland, dropping several inches of snow just when tulips and pussy willows should be sprouting, canceling ball games and sending plows back onto the road yet again.

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