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Most of the metro area picked up 4-6 inches of snow.
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The National Weather Service has provided an updated view of how much snow fell in specific locations last night. 

Click here to see cities in a county-by-county view. Montevideo led the way with 8 inches. 

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Expect a very slow morning ride to work thanks to 5-6 inches of snow that fell over night in most of the metro area. 

Roads are partially or completed covered by snow, not only in the Twin Cities, but across most of Minnesota. 

Check the latest road conditions before you head out the door right here

According to the National Weather Service, most areas of the Twins Cities picked up 4-6 inches of snow over night. Latest snowfall reports include: 

  • Burnsville: 6.0
  • Marshall: 6.0
  • Mahtomedi: 5.8
  • Richfield: 5.3
  • Bloomington:5.0
  • Annandale: 5.0
  • Eden Prairie: 4.6
  • St. Cloud: 4.5
  • Mankato: 4.5
  • Brainerd: 4.3
  • Maple Grove: 4.0
  • Duluth: 4.0
  • Willmar: 3.3

As soon as you're done clearing you sidewalks and driveways today, another bigger snowstorm is set to plow through Minnesota on Saturday and Saturday night, with 6-10 inches of snow in expected in many areas. 

A Winter Storm Watch is in effect for much of southern and central Minnesota. 

NWS-Twin Cities was forecasting up to a foot of snow with this looming storm but has since backed off on the snow totals because the storm is moving faster than they anticipated. 

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