Here's how much snow Monday storm dumped in Minnesota

Central Minnesota was again the hardest hit by the storm.
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Another round of snow is in the books and the highest totals are in central and northeast Minnesota where a winter storm warning was in place through noon. 

Totals vary in the metro, but it appears that 1-3 inches are most common. The snowfall leaderboard is currently topped by a rural area south of Brimson, a small town located north of Duluth in St. Louis County.

Click here to see all snowfall totals from the weather service. 

8 inches - Brimson

7.1 inches - 12 miles northwest of Taconite

7 inches - Pequot Lakes, Willow River, Oklee

6.7 inches - Holyoke

6.5 inches - Bemidji, Nimrod, McKinley, Bruno

6.1 inches - Duluth

6 inches - Detroit Lakes, Walker, Chisholm, Payne, Grand Forks

5.9 inches - Finland

5.8 inches - 6 miles northwest of Bemidji

5.7 inches - Embarrass, Silver Bay

5.5 inches - Bagley, Cloquet, Coleraine

5 inches - Lester Park, Virginia, Ely, Bigfork, Milaca

4.5 inches - Pillager, Pine River, New York Mills, Hendrum, Pleasant Lake

4 inches - Brainerd, St. Cloud, Hutchinson, Albany, Menagha, Nevis, Harris

3.9 inches - Sebeka

3.7 inches - Willmar

3.5 inches - Zimmerman, Battle Lake

3.2 inches - Ottertail

3 inches - Minneota, Foreston, Fridley

2.9 inches - Montrose

2.5 inches - Delano, MSP Airport

2.3 inches - Chanhassen

2.2 inches - North Branch

2 inches - Mankato, Pipestone

1.4 inches - Bloomington

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While the Twin Cities didn't get the bulk of the snow with this storm, the metro has been much snowier in November and December this year than last year. 

In 2018, November and December combined to bring 10.7 inches of snow to MSP Airport, whereas 14.3 inches fell there this November and a four inches have already accumulated in the first nine days of December. 

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