Here's how much rain fell in the Twin Cities, surrounding areas of Minnesota

Maple Grove, Plymouth, Minneapolis and other metro cities got swamped.
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Storms dumped torrential rain for hours over parts of the Twin Cities and southern Minnesota Monday night, and some of the totals are very impressive. 

Leading the way is Maple Grove, with an area 3 miles southwest of the northwest metro suburb picking up a whopping total of 5.16 inches in a matter hours. 

Other areas of Maple Grove reported anywhere from just under 2 inches to 4.25 inches, so the totals varied depending on where exactly you live. 

Here's the leaderboard, county-by-county, from the National Weather Service. 

Anoka County

  • Columbia Heights 2.14 in.
  • Ramsey 1E 2.03 in. 

Blue Earth County

  • Mankato 4SE 2.34 in
  • Mankato 1ESE 2.32 in
  • Mankato 2.9 WSW 2.27 in
  • Mankato 4.0 SW 2.21 in
  • Le Sueur River 1.91 in
  • Mankato AP 1.68 in
  • Maple River 1.53 in

Carver County

  • Waconia 1.3 E 2.38 in
  • Victoria 2.17 in
  • Chanhassen 1.0 ESE 2.15 in
  • Excelsior 0.8 S 2.05 in
  • Victoria 1WSW 1.98 in
  • Chaska 1ESE 1.91 in
  • Chanhassen 2SW 1.80 in
  • Carver 1.1 NW 1.76 in
  • Victoria 2ENE 1.67 in
  • Carver 3S 1.65 in

Dakota County

  • Burnsville 3ENE 2.19 in
  • Miesville 2WSW 2.04 in
  • Eagan 1NW 1.86 in
  • Eagan 2SE 1.76 in
  • Eagan 2SSE 1.70 in
  • Rosemount 3WNW 1.68 in
  • Apple Valley 2WSW 1.65 in
  • Farmington 2ESE 1.58 in\
  • Rosemount 1.55 in
  • Rosemount 3SW 1.52 in
  • Lakeville 2SW 1.51 in
  • Eagan 2ESE 1.51 in
  • Lakeville 2SSW 1.50 in

Goodhue County

  • Nerstrand 4E 1.51 in

Hennepin County

  • Maple Grove 3SW 5.16 in
  • Maple Grove 1SSW 4.25 in
  • Maple Grove 3WSW 4.14 in
  • Plymouth 2.8 N 3.85 in
  • Plymouth 2ENE 3.68 in
  • Plymouth 0.8 SSE 3.45 in
  • Bloomington 1WSW 3.20 in
  • Minnetonka 3.04 in
  • Plymouth 3.03 in
  • Eden Prairie 2E 2.84 in
  • Maple Grove 1.4 WSW 2.71 in
  • Maple Grove 1.3 SSW 2.67 in
  • West Bloomington 2.57 in
  • Robbinsdale 0.6 SSE 2.51 in
  • Edina 2.44 in
  • Hopkins 1ESE 2.41 in
  • Long Lake 1NW 2.34 in
  • Eden Prairie 3SE 2.34 in
  • Edina 1SE 2.33 in
  • Maple Grove 1.2 NE 2.30 in
  • Bloomington 2E 2.29 in
  • Edina 2.21 in
  • Robbinsdale 2ESE 2.20 in
  • Eden Prairie AP 2.19 in
  • Dayton 2.14 in
  • Brooklyn Park 2.13 in
  • Maple Grove 2.4 E 2.12 in
  • Edina 1.4 SE 2.09 in
  • Ramsey 3WSW 2.04 in
  • Minneapolis 2NE 2.04 in
  • Brooklyn Center 1E 2.02 in
  • Bloomington 2.00 in
  • Eden Prairie 2WSW 1.99 in
  • Lake Minnetonka 1WSW 1.98 in
  • Lake Minnetonka 1SSE 1.95 in
  • Robbinsdale 1.94 in
  • Minnetonka 1.87 in
  • Richfield 2ENE 1.85 in
  • Maple Grove 1N 1.85 in
  • Maple Grove 3.0 WNW 1.84 in
  • Minneapolis 4.7 SSW 1.82 in
  • Long Lake 0.2 WSW 1.80 in
  • Minneapolis-St. Paul AP 1.75 in
  • Edina 1SW 1.74 in
  • Richfield 2NNW 1.70 in
  • Richfield 3ENE 1.63 in
  • Minneapolis 3.3 NNE 1.63 in
  • Maple Grove 1N 1.61 in
  • Crystal AP 1.52 in
  • Dayton 3.4 SSE 1.52 in

Isanti County

  • Cambridge 1.9 NW 1.82 in

Le Sueur County

  • New Prague 1.0 S 2.80 in
  • New Prague 1ESE 2.50 in

Nicollet County

  • North Mankato 1.3 ESE 1.80 in

Ramsey County

  • Columbia Hgts 2ESE 1.98 in
  • Roseville 1NW 1.84 in
  • Mendota Hgts 2WNW 1.70 in
  • Shoreview 2.2 N 1.53 in

Rice County

  • Montgomery 3ENE 1.94 in

Scott County

  • New Market 4W 2.57 in
  • Savage 2.53 in
  • Shakopee 1WSW 2.45 in
  • Shakopee 2.6 W 2.15 in
  • New Prague 1.81 in
  • Prior Lake 1.80 in
  • Lydia 1.78 in
  • Shakopee 1NW 1.62 in
  • Savage 1.61 in
  • Prior Lake 1.60 in
  • Lakeville 1.50 in

Sherburne County

  • Zimmerman 1.52 in

Wright County

  • Rockford 1.0 NE 2.80 in
  • Rockford 2.50 in
  • Monticello 1.96 in
  • North Fork Crow River 1.88 in

More storms capable of producing severe weather and flooding rainfall are in the forecast Wednesday, which you can follow along with via our Weather MN blog

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