On this day in 1991 ...

On Sept. 18, 1991, a Minnesota city slogs through a late-summer snowstorm, where 2.5 inches of snow fell. Was it: A) International Falls B) Moorhead C) Duluth For the answer click on the headline above...
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On Sept. 18, 1991, Duluth is dusted by 2.5 inches of snow, the largest and earliest September snowstorm in the city’s history. The earliest recorded snow in Duluth (a trace) was on Aug. 31, 1949. Back to 1991, Duluth's September storm was a just a taste of what would happen six weeks later, the Halloween Blizzard:

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