Where were you and what were you doing ten years ago?  March 1 and 2, 2007 in the Twin Ports saw one of our more-intense blizzards - a perfect storm that started in Oklahoma and traveled northwards towards the Northland to leave more than 20 inches of precipitation and 50 miles per hour winds that drifted the snow to the rooftops.

According to the National Weather Service Office in Duluth, the Twin Ports area was receiving up to 2 inches of snow per hour at some points of the storm and visibility was down to zero.

As strange as this sounds, I don't have vivid recollections of this particular storm.  If I do remember correctly, this may have been the storm that I ended up staying at work overnight because the roads were impassable.  However, I may be thinking of a different blizzard.  (They tend to often merge into each other the longer you've lived in  the Arrowhead)

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