Here's a list of how much snow has fallen across Minnesota so far

Spoiler: It's a lot.
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UPDATE 7 a.m. MONDAY

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Incredible amounts of snow has fallen across Minnesota with pretty much everywhere from the southwest corner through the Twin Cities picking up a foot or more. 

Another 4-6 inches of snow is expected across the metro before this storm is out of here by Monday, but the latest reports – most of them from late Saturday night – show amounts of close to two feet in southwest Minnesota and upwards of 15 inches in the metro area. 

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– It's not over yet: Another 4-6 inches could hit Twin Cities today.

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The lists of metro and greater Minnesota snowfall leaders are below, but you can check to see if your location has reported snow totals right here

Metro leaders

  • 16.6 - Victoria
  • 15.5 - Northeast Minneapolis, Plymouth
  • 15 - Farmington
  • 14.3 - Carver, Chanhassen
  • 14 - Richfield, Arden Hills, St. Anthony, St. Louis Park
  • 13.8 - North St. Paul, South Minneapolis
  • 13.2 - St. Paul
  • 13 - Bloomington, Mounds View, Hopkins, Ham Lake, Vadnais Heights
  • 12.5 - New Brighton, Crystal
  • 12 - Eagan
  • 11.5 - Shoreview, Savage
  • 11 - White Bear Lake
  • 10.5 - Prior Lake, Maplewood
  • 10 - Chaska, Circle Pines, Maple Grove

Greater Minnesota leaders

  • 23.5 - Canby
  • 19 - Lake Wilson
  • 18 - Clear Lake, Currie
  • 17.8 - Marshall
  • 17.5 - Clarkfield, Lynd
  • 17 - Granite Falls
  • 16 - Brownton
  • 15.7 - Redwood Falls
  • 14.5 - Milan, Montevideo
  • 13 - Mankato, Blue Earth
  • 12.9 - St. Cloud
  • 12 - Waconia
  • 12 - Jackson
  • 9.4 - Dassel
  • 9 - New Ulm
  • 8 - Eden Valley, Medilia
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Good luck, dog. 

For the month of April, 22.5 inches (as of 1 a.m.) have fallen at Minneapolis-St. Paul Airport, breaking the old record of 21.8 inches set in 1983. 

For the entire snow season, MSP Airport has racked up 75 inches, the most since the winter of 2010-11, according to WCCO meteorologist Mike Lynch. 

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