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How much snow fell in your area? See snowfall totals across Minnesota

A person scoops a shovelful of snow off
Zach Bruns, 16, scoops a shovelful of snow off of a neighbors driveway as Bruns and his friends cleared snow for money on Thursday in Mankato, Minn.
Jackson Forderer for MPR News

Updated: 6:53 p.m.

As heavy snow and wind overnight in central and southern Minnesota started to ease Thursday morning, snow spotters were out and reporting double-digit snow accumulations across much of the region.

Addison Cocco  plays with her dog Titus
Addison Cocoa plays with her dog Titus in the recent snow that fell overnight in Minneapolis on Thursday.
Judy Griesedieck for MPR News

Here’s a look at some of the snowfall reports for this week’s winter storm, as reported by the National Weather Service on Thursday morning and afternoon. It was still snowing in some areas, so snow totals may change later in the day.

  • 21 inches — Taunton, Lyon County

  • 20 to 14.5 inches — Apple Valley, Dakota County

  • 18 to 13.2 inches — North Mankato, Nicollet and Blue Earth counties 

  • 17.5 to 11 inches — Prior Lake, Scott County

  • 17.1 to 15.5 inches — Savage, Scott County

  • 17 inches — Cambridge, Isanti County

  • 17 inches — Canby, Yellow Medicine County

  • 16.9 to 15.9 inches — Burnsville, Dakota County

  • 16.7 inches — Northeast Minneapolis

  • 16.7 inches — Eagan, Dakota County

  • 16.7 to 12 inches — Faribault, Rice County

  • 16.4 inches — Hopkins, Hennepin County

  • 16.2 to 13 inches — Eden Prairie, Hennepin County

  • 16 to 11.1 inches — Chanhassen, Carver County

  • 15.9 inches — North Branch, Chisago County

  • 15.8 inches — Farmington, Dakota County

  • 15.5 inches — Elko New Market, Scott County

  • 15.5 inches — Oakdale, Washington County

  • 15.5 to 13.5 inches — Lakeville, Dakota County

  • 15.2 inches — Oak Grove, Anoka County

  • 15 inches — Le Sueur, Le Sueur County

  • 15 inches — Shakopee, Scott County

  • 15 inches — Edgerton, Pipestone County, southwestern Minnesota

  • 15 inches — Madison, Lac qui Parle County

  • 14.5 to 13 inches — Bloomington, Hennepin County

  • 14.5 inches — Golden Valley, Hennepin County

  • 12 inches — Zimmerman, Sherburne County

  • 13.5 to 9 inches — Rochester, southeast Minnesota

  • 13.4 inches — Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport

  • 13.3 inches — Chaska, Carver County

  • 13.1 inches — Bertha, Todd County, central Minnesota

  • 13 inches — Corcoran, Hennepin County

  • 13 to 10.9 inches — Lakefield, Jackson County

  • 12.3 inches — Viola, Olmsted County

  • 12 inches — Marion, Olmsted County, southeast Minnesota

  • 12 inches — St. Paul, Ramsey County

  • 12 inches — Oronoco, Olmsted County

  • 12 to 7 inches — Douglas, Olmsted County, southeast Minnesota

  • 11.6 inches — Sioux Falls, S.D.

  • 11.5 inches — Stewartville, Olmsted County, southeast Minnesota

  • 11 to 10.5 inches — Albert Lea, Freeborn County

  • 10.6 inches — Browns Valley, Traverse County, western Minnesota

  • 10.5 inches — Hills, Rock County, southwest Minnesota

  • 10.5 inches — Racine, Mower County

  • 9.7 inches — Elba, Winona County, southeast Minnesota

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