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Thursday - Friday Snow Totals

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Meteorologist Cody Matz Meteorologist Cody Matz

The most recent storm certainly lived up to some of the hypeas it came in as the largest snow storm so far this season.  The heaviest of the snow ended up right alongthe I-35 corridor from northern Iowa through the entire state of Minnesota,including the metro.  Widespread amountsof 7-11 inches with local spots a little under and a little over that acrossour area.  Northern Minnesota ended upwith the most as expected with widespread totals of 10-15 inches, and localamounts up to 18 inches.  Here is a mapof the snowfall and some of the totals we received via the National WeatherService and social media.  Remember, weare always looking for those snow totals and you can help by taking a measurementwhere you are and letting us know how much you got.

12.0" Clear Lake WI
11.5" River Falls WI
11.0" Isanti, Dayton, Rogers, Cumberland WI, East Farmington WI, East Bethel
10.5" South Minneapolis
10.1" North St. Paul
10.0" Mapleton
9.9" MSP Airport
9.7" Blaine
9.5" Prior Lake
9.2" White Bear Lake
9.1" Lakeville, Haugen WI, Chanhassen
9.0" Forest Lake, Maplewood, Maple Plain, Maple Grove
8.8" Chaska
8.2" St. Cloud
8.0" Goodhue, Faribault, Menomonie WI, Stockholm WI, Robbinsdale, Albertville, Eden Prairie
7.9" Hillman
7.8" Fridley
7.5" Kimball
7.0" Bloomington, Mankato, Red Wing, Victoria
6.9" Hastings
6.8" Darwin
6.2" Jim Falls WI
6.0" Elk Mound WI
5.5" Madelia

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