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Late winter part of larger weather pattern

10:35 PM, Mar. 23, 2013
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If it seems as if snow is creeping later and later into the season every year, it turns out it is.

Weather experts say the snowfall is part of something called seasonal creep, which is part of a 30-year weather cycle.

"Based on a 30-year cycle, these patterns only occur a few times in a lifetime," said ploverweather.com's Tim Bubla. ...

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