Atlantic City’s 12 casinos will be looking for a recovery in their gambling revenue this spring following a dismal winter.

Perhaps some evidence of a rebound will come at 2 p.m. today, when the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement releases April’s revenue figures.

The gambling industry struggled through the winter, suffering three straight months of double-digit revenue declines blamed on the lingering effects of Hurricane Sandy and competition from casinos in surrounding states.

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