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Old Man Winter huffs and puffs

"I already shoveled once this morning," said Brianne Morris as she scooped another hree inches of snow off her driveway Monday afternoon. "I really don't mind shoveling," she said. "I'd much rather shovel than mow the lawn." (Photos by Shannon Geisen/Enterprise)1 / 3
Bev Sherman of Park Rapids got stuck in her own driveway. Sherman said she has good tires on her Chevy Sonic, but was unable build up enough speed to bulldoze through the snow ridge left by the snowplow.2 / 3
Snowplows stayed busy Monday afternoon clearning Park Rapids streets.3 / 3

According to the National Weather Service, snowfall totals were "highly variable" as a winter storm blustered through the area Monday. Wind gusts were as high as 32 miles per hour. Four to six inches of snowfall were predicted. Brief, heavy snow produced rates of 1 inch per hour in the heaviest bands from Park Rapids to Grand Forks. As of Tuesday 1 p.m., Park Rapids had received between 12 to 18 inches.

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