Snow totals: 3.2 inches in Twin Cities since Wednesday night

Since Wednesday night, 3.6 inches of snow has already fallen in the Twin Cities metro, with up to 7 inches expected before Thursday is over. 

A Winter Storm Warning has been issued for the Twin Cities metro through late Thursday and in southwest Minnesota, a blizzard warning has been issued.

The greater Twin Cities metro is now likely to get 4 to 7 inches of snow, with pockets of 6 to 9 inches possible before the snow tapers early Thursday evening. 


  • MSP Airport: 3.2"
  • Chanhassen NWS: 3.1"
  • Rosemount: 4.5" 
  • Afton: 2" 
  • Blaine: 3"
  • Monticello: 5.5"
  • St Cloud: 4.1"
  • Mankato: 4"
  • NWS Duluth: 7.7"
  • Eau Claire: 1.5"


Afternoon: Snow and blowing snow with gusty winds as temperatures fall to the lower teens, with wind chills below zero.

Evening: Snow tapers off in the metro as temperatures continue to fall.

Tonight into Friday: Wind Chill Advisory until noon Friday. It will be cold; wind chills will get to minus 30 in the Metro tomorrow morning with a high struggling to get back to zero Friday afternoon. 

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