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A good portion of the state suffered through a big snow fall in mid March before this weekend’s snow cut a narrower path through central Illinois. Those weather patterns were indicative of a cool and damp start to spring that impacted much of Illinois says State Climatologist Jim Angel. 

That March snow left as much as 8 to 9 inches from the Quad Cities to Champaign and this weekend April began with 5 to 6 inches of snow in areas south of Peoria. 

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