Early November brings scattering of snow across Minnesota

- Flurries graced the grounds of Minnesota once again this November. And though it wasn't more than a few inches on average, it didn't go unnoticed.

Metro suburbs such as Plymouth and Brooklyn Park got about 2-3.5 inches, according to the National Weather Service. Yet, other suburbs including Richfield hardly got an inch.

Litchfield: 2 inches

Cocato: 3 inches

Montrose: 2 inches

Fridley: 3.8 inches

Golden Valley: 3.5 inches

New Hope: 3 inches

Dassel: 3 inches

St. Michael: 1.3 inches

Maple Lake: 2.5 inches

Dayton: 1.3 inches

St. Cloud: 1 inch

Chanhassen: .8 inch

Buffalo: 4 inches

Hinckley: 3 inches

Brainerd: 1.5 inches

Hermantown: 3 inches



Wassau: 2.8 inches

Tigerton: 4.3 inches

Florence: 2.1 inches

Merrill: 4 inches

Rothschild: 2.3 inches

Pelican Lake: 4.9 inches

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