SNOW TOTALS: A little in Minneapolis to 9 inches in northern Minnesota

- Through 2 p.m. Thursday, snow totals of up to 9 inches have been reported in northern Minnesota. The Twin Cities metro only received less than one inch of snow on top of a layer of ice that started forming with light rain Wednesday night.

There were fewer than 50 crashes statewide on Thursday morning. From midnight to 10 a.m., there were 42 crashes, 25 vehicle spin outs and six jackknifed semi trucks, according to the Minnesota State Patrol. You can check our live traffic map at fox9.com/traffic. 

STATEWIDE SNOW TOTALS – JAN. 11

Winton: 9.0 (12:26 p.m.)
Ely: 8.5 (10 a.m.)
Keewatin: 8.5 (9 a.m.)
Cook: 8.0 (12:30 p.m.)
Soudan: 8.0 (10:05 a.m.)
Hibbing: 6.8 (6:28 a.m.)
Chisholm: 6.6 (6 a.m.)
Argyle: 6.0 (7 a.m.)
Cass Lake: 4.5 (8 a.m.)
Warroad: 4.0 (7 a.m.)
Embarrass: 4.0 (6 a.m.)
Winona: 3.5 (1:35 p.m.)
International Falls: 3.0 (6 a.m.)
Alexandria: 3.0 (5:53 a.m.)
Duluth: 2.5 (2 p.m.)
Nisswa: 2.5 (6:28 a.m.)
Maple Grove: 2.1 (2:10 p.m.)
Princeton: 2.1 (11:58 a.m.)
Austin: 1.0 (1:08 p.m.)
Brainerd: 1.0 (7 a.m.)
North Mankato: 1.0 (1:15 p.m.)
Minneapolis: 0.6 (12 p.m.)
St. Cloud: 0.5 (12 p.m.)
Chanhassen: 0.5 (12 p.m.)
Rochester: 0.5 (12:11 p.m.)

GET THE FOX 9 WEATHER APP: You can track the snow and temperatures in your specific location on the Fox 9 Weather App, which also includes a live, interactive traffic map with road conditions and active crash incidents. Check the 7-day forecast from the Fox 9 Weather Center at fox9.com/weather.

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