Final list of how much snow fell in Minnesota, and it's insane

Maple Grove led the metro with a whopping 22 inches of snow.
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Stuck in the snow

The snow has finally stopped across most of Minnesota and Winter Storm Xanto has left an impressionable amount snow, and that's putting it politely. 

Here are the aggravating amounts, according to the National Weather Service. You can check to see if your location is on the map right here

Metro area totals

  • 22 - Maple Grove
  • 21 - Vadnais Heights
  • 20 - Fridley
  • 19.8 - Minneapolis (northeast)
  • 19.2 - St. Paul
  • 19 - Blaine
  • 18.6 - Columbia Heights
  • 18 - Mounds View, Bloomington
  • 17.9 - Edina
  • 17.4 - Minneapolis (south)
  • 17.1 - Victoria
  • 17 - Lino Lakes, Apple Valley
  • 16.5 - White Bear Lake, Crystal, Blaine
  • 16.3 - Chanhassen, Richfield
  • 16 - Hugo, Prior Lake, Maplewood, Robbinsdale, Falcon Heights
  • 15.7 - MSP Airport
  • 15.5 - Savage, Woodbury
  • 15 - Farmington, South St. Paul
  • 14.8 - Lakeville
  • 14.4 - Eagan
  • 13 - Anoka

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Greater Minnesota totals

  • 23.5 - Canby
  • 20.5 - Montevideo
  • 19.5 - Milan
  • 18.5 - Maple Plain
  • 18 - Currie, Clear Lake
  • 17.8 - Marshall
  • 17 - Norwood/Young America
  • 16.9 - Lake Benton
  • 15.7 - Redwood Falls
  • 14 - Mankato
  • 13.1 - Sleepy Eye
  • 12.9 - Dassel
  • 12.7 - Duluth
  • 12 - New Prague, Kimball

Here are some fun facts about the storm and this winter, according to meteorologist Paul Huttner. 

- The 15.7 inches measured at the airport make this storm the 12th biggest for the Twin Cities all time. 

- 26.9 inches at the airport in April makes it the snowiest April ever in the Twin Cities. 

- 79.1 inches at the airport for the season makes the winter of 2017-18 the 8th snowiest all time. 

- 71.1 inches has fallen at the airport since Jan. 1, making this the snowiest start to a year EVER in the Twin Cities. 

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