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      The four-letter word returns to Upper Michigan

      Official reports of snow began coming in from several parts of the Upper Peninsula on Monday.

      The light, fluffy snow didn't stick to the ground, but more is expected to come later in the week. People in some western counties of the U.P. received some measurable snow late last night; in other parts, like Negaunee and Ishpeming, snow began to fall in the early Monday morning hours as many headed to work and school.

      TV6 stopped by Northern Michigan University's campus to get reactions about the snow and see how people are preparing for it.

      "Well, I'm excited about it; mostly excited that it's not going to stay," said Marquette resident, Don Ryan.

      "Make the most of it, get used to it. Find the positive out of the negative," added NMU sophomore, Jequan Russell.

      The snow is forecasted to continue throughout the week.
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