Snow totals from weekend storm in western, northern Minnesota

They got blasted.
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A photo from Grand Forks, which was hit with more than a foot of snow. 

While the Twin Cities is getting some minor snow accumulations on Monday, it's western and northern parts of Minnesota that are digging out after the winter storm unloaded 8-12+ inches of snow over the weekend. 

Check out the snowfall leaderboard below, or see the snow map available here from the National Weather Service. 


Many of these totals could rise as new reports come in Monday morning.

13 inches - Elbow Lake, Bemidji, Bagley, Fisher, Climax

12.9 inches - Grand Forks

12.5 inches - Bigfork, Shevlin

12 inches - Detroit Lakes, Crookston, Park Rapids, Hendrum

11.5 inches - Moorhead, Saum

11 inches - Frazee, Whipholt

10 inches - Pennington, Kelliher, Boyd, Twin Valley, Browns Valley

9.5 inches - Callaway

9.2 inches - Big Falls

9 inches - Pelican Rapids, Sebeka, Walker, Madison, Canby

8.9 inches - Chisholm

8.8 inches - Fergus Falls, Two Harbors

8 inches - Orr, Castle Danger, Park Rapids, Hibbing, Cook, Bovey, Rothsay

7.8 inches - International Falls, Underwood

7.7 inches - Finland

7.5 inches - Little Falls, New York Mills

7 inches - Tofte, Rice Lake, Battle Lake, Coleraine, Crane Lake, Cass Lake, Artichoke

6 inches - Ely, Duluth (NWS office), Pine River, Dawson, McKinley, Shaw

Even more snow fell in the eastern Dakotas, with up to 26 inches reported. Eastern Minnesota and most of Wisconsin will pick up accumulating snow Monday. 

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