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Wednesday was another cold day following a clipper that dumped up to 2 inches of fluffy snow on parts of my area Tuesday night. Here's some of the snowfall reports in my area.

Here's a broader perspective. About what was expected out of the fast moving system.

These are reported snow depths Wednesday morning.

This is the accumulated snowfall for the season so far. These are pretty impressive numbers, especially over the upper Midwest.

The next system is going to track north and should have minimal impacts on my area the next 24-48 hours aside from warmer temperatures. Some light snow could develop tomorrow afternoon north of HWY 20 but little if anything is anticipated further south. Here's the various snowfall forecasts.Good consistency in the fact the heavier snows fall in Minnesota and Wisconsin.