Feb. 4 Weather with Sven: Snow totals from Thursday storm

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The snow has ended for the Twin Cities Thursday and what's left behind is a powdery 1-3 inches for most metropolitans, while there was an unexpected narrow band of heavier snow that gave some areas that were expected next-to-nothing as much as 6 inches of fresh snow. 

Also in today's weather video briefing with Sven Sundgaard is a look at some nasty cold and wind chill values that will be in place for the next week or so. 

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As for snow totals, here they are: 

  • 5.8 inches - 5 miles north of Hutchinson
  • 5.5 inches - Spencer Brook
  • 5.4 inches - 7 miles southeast of Bird Island
  • 5.3 inches - Redwood Falls
  • 5.1 inches - Silver Lake
  • 5 inches - Big Lake, Buffalo, Orrock
  • 4.7 inches - 4 miles west of Maple Lake
  • 4.5 inches - Dassel, Otsego
  • 4.4 inches - Montrose
  • 4.2 inches - Faribault
  • 4 inches - Red Wing, French Lake
  • 3.7 inches - Cannon Falls
  • 3.5 inches - Afton, Byron, Edgerton, St. Michael
  • 3.4 inches - Rockford
  • 3.3 inches - Oak Grove
  • 3.2 inches - Mora, Delano
  • 3.1 inches - Hills, Springfield
  • 3 inches - Clear Lake, Mankato, Mora, Zimmerman
  • 2.9 inches - Bethel
  • 2.8 inches - Apple Valley
  • 2.7 inches - Fairmont, Prior Lake
  • 2.6 inches - Chaska
  • 2.5 inches - Ramsey, Rush City, Savage, Tracy
  • 2.4 inches - Excelsior, Rochester, St. Peter
  • 2.3 inches - Chanhassen
  • 2.1 inches - MSP Airport, Northfield
  • 2 inches - Bloomington, Carver, New Prague
  • 1.9 inches - Plymouth
  • 1.8 inches - Duluth, Blaine, Glencoe

You can find more snowfall reports from the National Weather Service here

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