Friday, February 15, 2019

Life in snow country …

… Sam Cook column: Survival in the season of deep white | Duluth News Tribune. (Hat tip, Dave Lull — who lives there.)

Amazingly, for all our whimpering, this isn't anything like a record snowfall year — yet. As of Wednesday, we were at just under 68 inches for the season, and average is 58 inches at this point. We average 86 inches of snow per winter in Duluth, with a record of 135.4 inches in the winter of 1995-96. Raise your hand if you remember that winter of 1995-96. Oh — you can't raise your hand because of an old shoveling injury to your rotator cuff that year? Sorry.

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