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The sight of snow is welcome for those itching to fire up their snow blowers. It elicits an unwelcome response from others.

If you’re the former, then Marquette, Michigan, is the place for you! The Upper Peninsula community broke two records Oct. 25.

The 1976 daily snowfall record of 3.1-inches was covered up by the 8.3 that fell Sunday.

The 1979 monthly record of 18.6-inches for October was also blanketed with a new total of 19.2 – and, with a handful of days left in the month, there’s even more snow in the forecast.

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