Halloween Blizzard? Not quite


Above top, it was still bicycling weather when the owner of this bike turned in for the night, Thursday, Oct. 26, but by morning, winter had set in. It wasn’t the 1991 Halloween Blizzard, but Maple Lake still saw some accumulation. It made a slushy morning commute for some Friday, Oct. 27, but by Monday most of the snow was gone. Above, the Halloween decorations at this house on Rose Ave. in Maple Lake were harassed by snow and wind Friday morning. The snow kept up for most of the day, covering the ground in wet whiteness. The cold spell that accompanied the snow was supposed to remain through Halloween. (Photos by Brenda Erdahl)

Above top, it was still bicycling weather when the owner of this bike turned in for the night, Thursday, Oct. 26, but by morning, winter had set in. It wasn’t the 1991 Halloween Blizzard, but Maple Lake still saw some accumulation. It made a slushy morning commute for some Friday, Oct. 27, but by Monday most of the snow was gone. Above, the Halloween decorations at this house on Rose Ave. in Maple Lake were harassed by snow and wind Friday morning. The snow kept up for most of the day, covering the ground in wet whiteness. The cold spell that accompanied the snow was supposed to remain through Halloween. (Photos by Brenda Erdahl)
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