North Shore digs out from more than a foot of new snow

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Parts of northeastern Minnesota have added up to 14 inches of fresh snow over the past three days, including Little Marais, Finland and Beaver Bay, the Duluth News Tribune reports.

The newspaper says other three-day totals include 9 inches at Tofte, up to 5.3 inches in Duluth and 3 inches at Lutsen.

The National Weather Service in Duluth says light snow showers from International Falls to Virginia to Grand Marais are in the forecast again on Sunday as an arctic cold front moves across the northern sections of the Northland. Flurries are also possible over the Twin Ports. Sunday night lows are expected to drop into the the teens and single digits below zero.

Mostly sunny skies and temperatures in the 20s are expected for the Twin Cities on Sunday, the NWS reports.

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