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UPDATE: Travel Advisory Lifted in Duluth

The City of Duluth announced Monday morning it has lifted the travel advisory that had been in place since Saturday.  The City of Duluth announced Monday morning it has lifted the travel advisory that had been in place since Saturday.  |  Photo: WDIO/MGN

Updated: December 02, 2019 07:15 AM

The City of Duluth announced Monday morning it has lifted the travel advisory that had been in place since Saturday. 

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In a news release, the city says they still encourage the public to use discretion when traveling.

The release says plows have been out since 2:00 Monday morning finishing main roads, and will now move on to residential streets and alleys.

"Drivers are working in earnest to remove and clear snow as quickly as possible, and the City is deploying as many pieces of equipment and drivers that are available," the release says.

The city says they appreciate the public’s patience as they continue to plow the roads.

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