Dec. 4 - A winter storm dumped two feet of snow on northeastern Minnesota overnight with at least another foot expected during the day. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
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Minnesotans woke up on Wednesday (December 4) to more than two feet of fresh snow and plummeting temperatures.
At least another foot of snow is expected on Wednesday. Schools and businesses were closed in much of northeastern Minnesota.
The fresh coating of snow is being blamed for more then 50 car accidents say the Duluth police.
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