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Storm Debris Pick Up
Last Friday, after people had time to evaluate the extensive damage of the storm, we were asked to relay that a brush drop off center was open on Rice Lake Road.  Starting on Monday, July 24 the City of Duluth will begin curbside pick up of tree debris.
Storm Update + Debris Options
The City of Duluth released an official storm response and restoration brief on Friday, updating the public on the city's recovery process and offering advice for debris removal and other resources. This brief will be updated with new information as things change.
Here are the highlights of the …
Storms Ravage Twin Ports
A powerful line of severe thunderstorms swept through Northern Minnesota, leaving a path of toppled trees, fallen power lines, property damage, and even tipped-over airplanes (see below). The National Weather Service in Duluth forecasted 70+ mph wind gusts as part of this storm system…
Creepy Cloud in Superior
I was walking out of the East End Super One yesterday (Sunday) when I saw this cloud formation.  It looked crazy, like a tornado could pop out of this.