by Duluth News Tribune
December 28, 2011 at 6:00 pm in Duluth News Tribune
The continuing stretch of snowless weather is putting a strain on many outdoor events and businesses. Continue Reading
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And how many lives, injuries, & insurance dollars have been spared so far from less foul-weather collisions?
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Per the DNT Twitter page:
7am Hour: “1-2 inches of snow reported in Northland this AM. Roads snowy and slushy, but plows are out and it’s not too bad. Be careful while driving.”
9am Hour: “Fatal crash reported on I-35 between Cloquet and Esko. More details to come.”
Now excuse me while I go by a lottery ticket.
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This is the problem when you have an economy or business that wants to rely on tourism and recreation heavily. You are subject to the whims of the weather.
I am fine without a lot of snow every few winters. It’s a nice break from all the shoveling and slipping around.
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I do understand how this relatively nice weather we’ve been having is adversly affecting some….but it’s just so darn hard to complain about the lack of inclement weather.
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Not hearing $$ go up the chimney is pretty nice, too. Or having to clear the driveway twice a week like last winter.
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Two words: Heikki Lunta
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He better start dancing like crazy Handrome.
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We all know it can snow up here in May. There’s plenty of time left.
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