The snow has all but wrapped up across Minnesota after the latest in what's been a series of winter storms added to a very snowy February.
The highest snow totals were in far southeast Minnesota while the Twin Cities metro area had widespread totals of 4-6 inches, including 5.3 inches (as of 12 p.m.) at MSP Airport.
Here is a list of the statewide snowfall leaders with this storm.
- 12.3 inches - Goodview
- 12 inches - Spring Grove
- 11.5 inches - Pickwick
- 10.8 inches - Brownsville
- 10.5 inches - Caledonia
- 10 inches - Winona, Houston
- 9 inches - Rushford
- 8.5 inches - Kasson
- 8.2 inches - Money Creek
- 8 inches - La Crescent, Onalaska, Wabasha
- 7.8 inches - Douglas
- 7.5 inches - Rochester
- 6.5 inches - Byron
- 6.3 inches - Maple Grove
- 6.1 inches - Mendota Heights
- 6 inches - Burnsville
- 5.8 inches - Otsego, Montrose
- 5.5 inches - Coon Rapids, Plymouth, Oak Grove, Osseo, Anoka, Lakeville, Woodbury, Red Wing
- 5.3 inches - Minneapolis-St. Paul Airport
- 5.2 inches - Monticello, New Ulm, Plainview
- 5 inches - Circle Pines, Mankato, Minnetonka
You can check all of the snowfall totals in Minnesota right here.
With snow still falling earlier Tuesday, meteorologist Todd Nelson tweeted that MSP Airport now has a snowpack of 14 inches on the ground, the most its had at any time during winter since 2014.
The latest snowfall pushed the Twin Cities (MSP Airport, officially) over the 20-inch mark for February. The all-time February record at MSP Airport is 26.5 inches set in 1962, so there's a decent chance 2019 takes over the top spot.