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Dick Gould of Duluth, with his dog, Mandy, stops to look at the hoarfrost covering the trees and grasses along the beach on Park Point on Tuesday morning. The heavy frost formed overnight when water vapor in a chill fog condensed in large, thick flakes on surfaces everywhere. The fog persisted through mid-morning. When the sun returned, the crystals quickly evaporated. (Bob King / rking@duluthnews.com)

Winter storm follows warmest day in 3 months

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The Northland saw its warmest day in three months on Tuesday as the official temperature soared to 40 in Duluth, 41 in Hibbing, 42 in Ashland and even 46 at Aitkin.

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That was the warmest day since before Thanksgiving, when it hit 44 at Duluth International Airport on Nov. 20, and the first time above freezing since it hit 34 on Jan. 12.

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