Updated: 8:15 p.m.
Snowfall reports from Minnesota, western Wisconsin and eastern North Dakota through 8 p.m. Sunday, reported by weather observers and relayed by the National Weather Service.
Light snow was still falling in parts of the state, so these may not be final snow totals. The wind may have caused deeper snowdrifts in some locations.
31 inches - Washburn, Wis.
26 inches - Cornucopia, Wis.
24 inches - Herbster, Wis.
23.5 inches - Duluth (Lester Park)
23.3 inches - Holyoke
22 inches - Duluth (Gary-New Duluth)
21.7 inches - Duluth airport
21.5 inches - Blueberry, Wis.
21 inches - Castle Danger
20.8 inches - Two Harbors (7 miles N)
20 inches - Madeline Island, Wis.
19.9 inches - Mahtowa
19.5 inches - Cloquet
18.2 inches - Libby; Maple, Wis.
18 inches - Saginaw
17.9 inches - Ashland, Wis.
17 inches - Rice Lake, Minn.
15.2 inches - Moose Lake, Breezy Point
15 inches - Fredenberg, Wright
14.8 inches - Kettle River
14 inches - Emily, Tamarac
13.8 inches - Sebeka
13.2 inches - Alexandria
13.1 inches - Brainerd
13 inches - Hinckley, St. Mathias
12.5 inches - Casselton, N.D.
12 inches - Verndale, Pine River, Park Rapids, Hendrum
11.1 inches - Brimson
11 inches - Motley, Menahga, Britt
10.5 inches - Detroit Lakes, Bigfork, Browerville
10.2 inches - Silver Bay
10 inches - Little Falls, Fergus Falls, Lake Park, Payne; Walcott, N.D.
9.5 inches - Chisholm; Grand Forks, N.D.
9.3 inches - Keewatin; Fargo, N.D.
9.2 inches - Malmo, Zemple
9.1 inches - Deer Creek
8 inches - Babbitt, Becida, Dunvilla, Celina
7.5 inches - Pelican Rapids, Bemidji, Round Prairie
7.4 inches - Walker, Cass Lake
7.2 inches - Marcell, Lavinia
7 inches - Ely, Northome, Upsala
6.7 inches - Chanhassen
6.5 inches - La Prairie, Nisswa; Grantsburg, Wis.
6.4 inches - Oak Grove
6 inches - Thief River Falls, Bagley, Cohasset, Coleraine, Parkers Prairie, Ottertail Lake, Osage
5.5 inches - Maple Grove, Bowlus, Embarrass
5 inches - Cook, Foley
4.6 inches - Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport
4 inches - Iron Junction
3 inches - Marshall
1 inch - Rochester
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