The National Weather Service hit the nail on the head when it forecasted 3-6 inches of snow Monday across the Twin Cities and parts of eastern Minnesota.
You can see a list of snowfall totals all over the state and in Wisconsin and the Dakota via the National Weather Service's latest snowfall reports, but here are the leaders in the metro area from Monday.
5.3 inches - Circle Pines
5.2 inches - Corcoran
5.1 inches - Lakeville
4.9 inches - North St. Paul
4.5 inches - Burnsville, Newport
4.2 inches - Chanhassen, Oak Grove
4 inches - Golden Valley, Maple Plain
3.6 inches - Plymouth
3.5 inches - MSP Airport, Mankato
3.3 inches - Kasson
3.0 inches - Rochester, Lake City
The heaviest snow on Monday fell in central Wisconsin and northward to the South Shore of Lake Superior. Eight to 12 inches fell closer to Lake Superior, with a solid 5-10 inches piling up from Eau Claire to Wausau and Stevens Point.
The rest of the week looks pretty tame in Minnesota.
"Seasonably mild temperatures and mostly dry weather are expected the rest of the week into next weekend. There is a small chance of snow Thursday night and Friday, mainly across southern MN and western WI," says the National Weather Service in the Twin Cities.