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Warm weather gums up Minnesota maple syrup season

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ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — The unseasonably warm weather is gumming up Minnesota's maple syrup season.

Maple trees produce sap only when the weather alternates between freezing and thawing temperatures. The sudden onset of warm weather has disrupted that cycle.

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