List of rainfall totals from Sunday-Monday storms in Minnesota, Wisconsin

Bird Island in south-central Minnesota had more than 7 inches of rain.
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Flooded streets and washed out roads were commonplace in western Wisconsin and parts of southern Minnesota Monday morning after a night of storms training over the same areas produced ridiculous amounts of rain. 

Parts of St. Croix County just across the Minnesota border in Wisconsin were hammered, with Baldwin – an area where a motorist died after driving into floodwaters – picked up more than 8 inches, while nearby Emerald got more than 9 inches of rain. 

Downtown St. Paul had 4.8 inches whereas Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport tracked 2.88 inches of precipitation. Of the 7-county metro area, Dakota and Washington counties were hit the hardest, while Goodhue and Nicollet counties were also inundated with 4-6 inches of rain. 

MN cities with 4+ inches of rain (preliminary reports):

– 7.14 inches - Bird Island (7 miles southeast of town)

– 6.13 inches - Miesville 

– 5.54 inches - Cannon Falls

– 5.4 inches - Burnsville

– 5.1 inches - Lakeville

– 4.8 inches - South St. Paul

– 4.8 inches - Newport

– 4.7 inches - Inver Grove Heights

– 4.61 inches - Hastings

– 4.55 inches - St. Peter

– 4.52 inches - Lakeland

– 4.5 inches - Afton

– 4.49 inches - Apple Valley

– 4.44 inches – Rosemount

– 4.42 inches - St. Paul

– 4.27 inches - Faribault

– 4.21 inches - La Salle

– 4.11 inches - Northfield

– 4.10 inches - Raymond

– 4.08 inches - Woodbury

You can get the top rainfall reports from each Minnesota county that experienced significant rainfall right here

Meanwhile, another round of heavy rain is already underway in central Minnesota. According to Tom Novak of Novak Weather, the heaviest axis of precipitation should be north of Interstate 94 Monday night into Tuesday morning. 

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