Here's how much snow has fallen in Minnesota

Nearly 500 crashes since Monday morning because of the snow.
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Preliminary snowfall reports from across the state (since Monday) are in and as of the dinner hour the south metro area has reported the highest totals, with Lakevill in the southern suburbs leading the way at 8.7 inches of fresh, wet snow. 

Here's a list as of 8:15 p.m., which you can keep tabs on via the National Weather Service right here

  • 8.7 - Lakeville
  • 8.7 - Chanhassen
  • 8.3 - Victoria
  • 8.2 - MSP Airport
  • 8.0 - Savage
  • 8.0 - Prior Lake
  • 7.8 - Burnsville
  • 7.5 - Apple Valley
  • 7.4 - Edina
  • 7.0 - Golden Valley
  • 7.0 - Lakeville
  • 7.0 - Lake City
  • 7.0 - Oronoco
  • 7.0 - Thellman
  • 6.9 - Silver Lake
  • 6.8 - Rochester
  • 6.7 - Plymouth
  • 6.5 - St. Cloud
  • 6.5 - Wabasha
  • 6.5 - St. Paul
  • 6.5 - Forest Lake
  • 6.0 - South Minneapolis

Road conditions across the metro are actually halfway decent, although plenty roads are completely covered and dealing with blowing and drifting in western and southwestern Minnesota.

Road conditions as of 6:45 p.m. Tuesday. 

Road conditions as of 6:45 p.m. Tuesday. 

Overall, there have been more than 450 crashes/spinouts across the state since 8 a.m. Monday (through 4 p.m. Tuesday), according to the State Patrol. 

Exact numbers: 

  • 451 crashes, 33 with injuries
  • 357 spinouts
  • 11 jackknifed semis

The crash/spinout totals will be updated by the State Patrol again at 9 p.m. 

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