Here's a look at the impact the cold and snow, especially recent snowfall, has had on the region:
3: Daily snow records set at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport in February.
4: Rank of 2019 snowfall (so far) when compared to every February dating back to 1875.
5.3: Inches of new snow measured at the Minneapolis-St. Paul Airport as of noon on Tuesday.
7: Rail breaks on Metro Transit's Blue and Green lines. There are usually one or two per winter.
8: Days with a temperature never rising above zero in Grand Forks, N.D., — the 13th longest such stretch on record, which ended Monday.
10: Minnesota State Patrol squads struck and damaged this month.
22: Inches of snow in Duluth in the last eight days — the annual average is 86 inches.
43: Minnesota Department of Transportation snowplows struck and damaged on state roads this winter.
70: Plows St. Paul deploys per shift during snow operations.
181: Crashes reported to the Minnesota State Patrol from 10:30 p.m. Monday to 10:30 a.m. Tuesday.
216: Plows and trucks out on the streets of Minneapolis since Saturday night.
1,800: Lane miles of streets St. Paul plows have to clear during a snow emergency.
2,598: Cars towed to impound lots in Minneapolis and St. Paul since the end of January.
3,200: Lane miles of streets Minneapolis plows have to clear over a three-day snow emergency.
5,038: Snow emergency tickets written in St. Paul in the last two snow emergencies.
11,161: Snow emergency tickets written in Minneapolis in the last two snow emergencies.
20,377: Calls to the Minnesota State Patrol this past week, ending Sunday night.
$54.8 million: What the Minnesota Department of Transportation has spent so far on winter road maintenance — $62.2 million was spent by the same time last year.