The snow stopped falling Tuesday night, and it was a pretty healthy dose of winter in early November. In fact, it set a new single-day snowfall record for November 11th in Saint Cloud.

The old record was set on November 11, 1940 with 5.2 inches of snow. The new record was crushed yesterday with 7.2 inches.

Good news! More snow is in the forecast for today. November on average is the fifth snowiest month in Saint Cloud. December, January, February, and March all come in with higher average monthly snowfall totals.

Central Minnesota Snow Totals for Tuesday Night

  • St. Cloud: 7.2"
  • Sartell: 7.1"
  • Little Falls: 7.0"
  • Rice: 6.8"
  • Clearwater: 6.5"
  • Sauk Centre: 6.5"
  • Milaca: 6.0"
  • Princeton: 6.0"
  • St. Stephen: 5.2"
  • Avon: 5.0"
  • St. Joseph: 4.8"
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Here's a look at some of the higher amounts that fell across greater Minnesota:

  • Motley: 11.0"
  • Grand Rapids: 10.0"
  • Baxter: 9.3"
  • Brainerd: 9.0"
  • Fort Ripley: 8.5"
  • Breezy Point: 8.0"
  • Duluth: 7.8"
  • MSP Airport: 5.5"
  • Mora: 4.5"

NOAA has released its 2020-2021 Winter Outlook, and it calls for above normal precipitation (likely snow) for Minnesota, and near normal temperatures.

Pete Hanson is on 98.1 Minnesota's New Country weekday mornings from 5:30 to 10:00.