Snowfall that intensified as Saturday wore on has left a blanket of snow across the state Sunday morning.
Predictions of snowfalls totals ranging from 3-5 inches in the Twin Cities, and this seems to have borne out with the weather station at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport registering 5.6 inches.
As of Sunday morning that's the highest snowfall report the National Weather Service has received, though there may yet be more to come in.
Here's a look at the snowfall reports as of 7:45 a.m – this list will be updated as more come in:
- 6 inches – Westbrook
- 5.6 inches – MSP Airport
- 5.2 inches – Waseca
- 5 inches – St. James
- 4.9 inches – Hayfield
- 4.8 inches – Kasson
- 4.5 inches – Mankato, Rochester, New Ulm
- 4.2 inches – Minneota
- 4 inches – Stockton
- 3.8 inches – Prior Lake, Richfield
- 3.7 inches – New Prague, Mapleview
- 3.5 inches – Plymouth, Lakeville
- 3.2 inches – NWS Chanhassen, Victoria
- 3.1 inches – Rochester
- 3 inches – Eagan, New Brighton, Delano, Nicollet, Cannon Falls, Red Wing
- 2.8 inches – Northeast Minneapolis, Duluth, Moose Lake
- 2.5 inches – Golden Valley, Maple Plain, Mounds View, Stillwater
- 2 inches – Pelican Rapids, North St. Paul, Savage, St. Cloud.