UNDATED (WJON News) -- Some snow totals are coming in from the snow that fell in southern and central Minnesota on Valentine's Day.

The early reports are that many cities saw more snow than what was forecasted.

The National Weather Service says the southern Twin Cities metro area has some of the biggest totals:

Waconia - 7.3 inches
Shakopee - 7.2 inches
Victoria - 7.2 inches
Norwood Young America - 7 inches
MSP - 6.9 inches
Chanhassen - 6.8 inches

Here in central Minnesota some of the higher early reports so far include:

Paynesville - 6.2 inches
Watkins - 6 inches
Isanti - 6 inches
Eden Valley - 5.9 inches
Luxemburg - 5.9 inches
New London - 5.5 inches
Kimball - 5.3 inches
St. Augusta - 5 inches
Maple Lake - 5 inches
Cold Spring - 4.5 inches
Waite Park - 2.5 inches

More snow totals will be added and updated throughout the morning, as more reports come in for observers across the region.

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We are entering another quiet period with no significant weather for the next week.

Cooler Thursday and Friday before returning to mild temperatures in the 30s and low 40s this weekend.


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