April showers bring May flowers, but what does a spring snowstorm bring?
Residents in Michigan’s western Upper Peninsula are once again digging out of the snow.
The fresh layer of snow is nearly a foot deep in some places.
Keweenaw County usually gets hit hard over the winter, and as of this week they've recorded a total of just over 304 inches--That's nearly 50 inches more than this time last year.
Residents say this winter has taken a toll, with record-setting freezing temperatures and few breaks between storms.
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