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A snowstorm overnight Saturday left parts of the Twin Cities covered in up to 6 inches of snow.

The National Weather Service issued a winter storm warning in Twin Cities counties including Hennepin, Anoka, Carver and Wright through Saturday at 4 a.m. 

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Precipitation started with rain during the day before becoming freezing rain and snow in the evening as temperature dropped.

Parts of central and east-central Minnesota also received snowfall.

Here are the noteworthy totals in the area:

Twin Cities snowfall totals

  • 6 inches – Excelsior, Hopkins, Maple Plain
  • 5.2 inches – Maple Grove
  • 5 inches – Minneapolis, Forest Lake
  • 4.8 inches – Falcon Heights
  • 4.5 inches – St. Paul, North St. Paul, New Hope, Anoka
  • 4.3 inches – Roseville
  • 4.1 inches – Richfield
  • 4 inches – Plymouth, Stillwater, Fridley, Centerville
  • 3.9 inches – Coon Rapids
  • 3.5 inches – Oakdale
  • 3.3 inches – Champlin, Shoreview
  • 3 inches – Shakopee
  • 3.1 inches – Chanhassen, Big Lake
  • 3 inches – East Bethel
  • 2.5 inches – Woodbury
  • 2.4 inches – Chaska

Greater Minnesota snowfall totals

  • 4 inches – Mora
  • 3.6 inches – Hutchinson, Stacy
  • 3.2 inches – Rush City
  • 3 inches – North Branch, Pleasant Lake, Glencoe
  • 2.7 inches – Willmar
  • 2.6 inches – Redwood Falls

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