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Signs of spring blooming in Morgan Park

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A group of sunlit crocuses bloom in a Morgan Park yard Friday. (Steve Kuchera / skuchera@duluthnews.com)

A group of sunlit crocuses, those stalwart signs of spring, blooms in a Morgan Park yard Friday. Despite the emerging flowers, a spring storm is expected over the weekend.

READ MORE: Weekend storm expected to bring snow, rain and strong winds

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