Snow totals near 20 inches in parts of Minnesota; Dangerous driving conditions Friday

McGregor, Minnesota picked up a whopping 19.2 inches of snow.
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The winter storm that brought drenching rain to the Twin Cities dumped more than a foot of snow across western, central and northern parts of Minnesota, with some reports nearing the 20-inch mark.

You can check to see snowfall reports provided to the National Weather Service here.

Leading the way is a report of 24 inches just east of Finland along the North Shore in the Arrowhead of Minnesota. McGregor, which is directly between Brainerd and Duluth on the north side of Hwy. 210, also received a whopping 19.2 inches.

  • McGregor - 19.2 inches
  • Payne - 16 inches
  • Brimson - 15.6 inches
  • Ortonville - 15 inches
  • Alexandria - 14.5 inches
  • Lutsen - 14.4 inches
  • Long Prairie - 14.2 inches
  • Pine River - 14 inches
  • Duluth - 13.1 inches
  • Sebeka - 13 inches
  • Brainerd - 12.5 inches
  • Proctor - 11 inches
  • Moorhead - 11 inches
  • Starbuck - 11 inches
  • Bigfork - 10.5 inches
  • Grand Rapids - 10.5 inches
  • Hermantown - 10.4 inches
  • Little Falls - 10 inches
  • Cloquet - 9.2 inches
  • Melrose - 8.6 inches
  • St. Cloud - 5 inches

Road conditions are improving slowly but surely but wind-driven snow is causing icy conditions throughout the state. 

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