Years from now, people will be talking about the "Thanksgiving Snowstorm of 2019".

O.k. maybe it wasn't has bad in and around St, Cloud (at least given what they said we could have had) but for some areas in northern Minnesota it was a dozy.

The Duluth area got hit the hardest with snowfalls reported at 20+ inches and Lester Park, which is a suburb of Duluth, reported 23.5 inches. And the biggest snowfall in the region hit Washburn, WI with 31 inches of snow.

The totals below are not necessarily final as some of the report times were this morning or early afternoon and some areas were still seeing snowfall at the time of the report.

Here's the reported totals around Minnesota (so far) of the "Thanksgiving Snowstorm of 2019" from the National Weather Service:

  • St. Cloud - 5.5"
  • Little Falls - 10"
  • Brainerd - 12-13"
  • Hinckley - 13"
  • Twin Cities - 2 to 5.5" around the metro
  • Alexandria - 13.2
  • Duluth - 21"+ 
  • Rochester - 1"
  • Mankato - 3"
  • Bemidji - 7.5"
  • Fargo - 9.3"
  • Grand Forks - 9.5"

(National Weather Service)