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DULUTH, MN (KDAL) - Another 4.1 inches of snow fell in Duluth on Sunday and that breaks the record for the snowiest February through April period in history. The total snowfall in Duluth from February 1st through April 14th is 68.8 inches, the old record was 68.5 in 1950. Duluth also tied a record low temperature on Sunday when it dropped to 8 degrees, a record that was set in 1926. With a half month yet to go, this year has taken 3rd place in the list of snowiest April's on record. The 23.9 (61cm) inches this month is behind only 31.6 inches in 1950 and 24.4 inches in 1961.

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upd:  Duluth also tied a record low temperature on Sunday morning, aided by mostly clear skies. The Duluth airport recorded a low of 8 degrees above zero, tying the record first set in 1926. That’s 21 degrees below normal for April 14
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