(FOX 9) - Minnesota was hit by a snow storm Friday and Saturday morning. Southern Minnesota was under a winter storm warning, while the parts of the west metro didn't get any snow. The North Shore got some lake effect snow, with Finland getting 17 inches.
In southern Minnesota, Winona accumulated the most snow, with 7 inches, while Rochester got 5.5 inches. Snow totals for the rest of southwest Minnesota range from 2.5 inches to 6 inches.
The Twin Cities metro got less snow, with the east metro getting the most accumulation in the Twin Cities. The west metro received little to no snow, with Chanhassen getting 0.5 inches. Minneapolis got 1 inch of snow, as did St. Paul. Heading further east, Woodbury got 1.5 inches.
The south metro accumulated a little more snow, with Apple Valley getting the most at 1.9 inches.
The State Patrol recorded 216 crashes from 6 a.m. on Friday to 7:30 a.m. on Saturday, due to icy and snowy road conditions.
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