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Overview

A large storm system affected the northern plains Monday and Tuesday, producing significant snowfall of over 1 foot from southeast North Dakota into west central Minnesota. There was significant snow banding that occurred during this winter storm, producing local variations in snow amounts. The highest snow total was 27 inches in Campbell, MN in Wilkin County. The heaviest snow fell along and south of the Interstate 94 corridor, with lighter amounts further north.  In addition, significant liquid equivalent precipitation was contained in the heavy/wet snow, and some areas received more than 2 inches of liquid in the snowpack in the southern Red River Valley. Below are the preliminary estimates of the total snowfall and liquid precipitation equivalent maps. 

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