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Bargain hunters in Duluth scrambled through heavy snow early Friday to capitalize on holiday shopping deals. Andrew Krueger, Duluth News-Tribune photo.

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SULLIVAN -- Gusty winds on Thanksgiving Day brought much colder temperatures and heavy snow to the northern reaches of the state on Friday.

Some parts of southern Wisconsin were in the 60s for the holiday, but a strong cold front pushed into the Badger State Thursday afternoon, into Friday morning.

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