(KMSP) - The three-day snow event that's been the April Blizzard of 2018 dropped total of 15.7 inches of snow officially at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, putting us at No. 11 on the list of the Twin Cities biggest snowstorms of all-time. Here are a few more three-day totals. As the snow continues to fall, totals in many parts of Minnesota will continue changing.
SNOW TOTALS (as of Monday April 16)
MSP Airport: 15.8"
Maple Grove: 22.0"
Prior Lake: 17"
North St. Paul: 20.2"
Mendota Heights: 13.2"
Yup, it is STILL snowing...here is a look at a few notable totals so far with The Metro now at 14.9" for this 2 day snow event. That places this weekend snow at number 12 in the top 20 Metro snowfalls of all time. pic.twitter.com/jHBNphEtCj— ian leonard (@ian_leonard) April 16, 2018
More cities can be found here: https://www.weather.gov/mpx/snowfall
ROAD CONDITIONS: According to the Minnesota State Patrol, between Friday and Sunday evening there were 630 crashes (69 with injury) with 1,182 spinouts and 20 jackknifed semis.
SCHOOL CLOSINGS: Some activity centers are closed Sunday. Check the list of school closings at fox9.com/closings.
STRANDED BY SUN COUNTRY: Hundreds of Sun Country passengers were left stranded in Mexico and other vacation destinations Sunday after the airline canceled a number of flights back to Minnesota over the weekend, giving a full refund but ultimately telling those people to find their own way home.
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