Here's how much snow fell in Minnesota

Snow fell through much of Saturday and overnight.
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The winter storm system that covered most of Minnesota on Saturday has moved out on Sunday morning.

It's left behind a film of snow in the Twin Cities, while parts of the western Twin Cities got more than a foot.

The highest total in the Twin Cities metro so far was the 7.5 inches registered in Ramsey, while 4.7 inches were reported at MSP Airport.

Here's a look at the most recently-updated snow totals on the National Weather Service website.

15 inches – Herman, Pelican Rapids.

13 inches – Detroit Lakes.

12 inches – Holloway, Mahnomen, Red Lake Falls.

11 inches – Ada, Fergus Falls.

10.5 inches – Breckenridge.

10 inches – Artichoke, Ashby, Webster.

9 inches – Dilworth, Carlisle, Pleasant Lake (near St. Cloud).

8.5 inches – Hoffman.

8 inches – Breckenridge, St. Stephen. 

7.5 inches – Hendrum, Browns Valley, St. Cloud, Ramsey, Foley. 

7 inches – Twin Valley, Wolverton, Montevideo, Madison, Willmar, Lake Benton, Sebeka. 

6.9 inches – Chanhassen.

6.7 inches – Moorhead.

6.2 inches – NE Minneapolis, Fridley. 

6 inches – Morris, Browns Valley, Maple Plain, Columbia Heights. 

5.5 inches – Redwood Falls, Granite Falls, Montrose, Coon Rapids, North Branch. 

5 inches – Bemidji, Starbuck, Marshall, Carver. 

4.8 inches – Plymouth.

4.7 inches – MSP Airport.

4.5 inches – New Prague.

4 inches – Menahga, Park Rapids, Brainerd, Nisswa, Winthrop, Avoca.

3.8 inches – Plainview. 

3.5 inches – Prior Lake.

3.4 inches – Richfield.

3 inches – Hinckley, Cloquet.

2.4 inches – St. Paul.

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