A fall blizzard continued to hammer eastern and central North Dakota late this week and some areas have reported staggering amounts of snowfall.

Snow began accumulating in towns across North Dakota Thursday morning as storm developed over the state. More than 48 hours later, some areas are reporting more than 2 feet of snow.

According to the National Weather Service, some of the spots reporting substantial snow as of Saturday morning included:

  • Near Harvey, 30 inches

  • Harvey, 27 inches

  • Fessenden, 27 inches

  • Langdon 27 inches

  • Pisek area, 25 inches

  • Near Devils Lake, 24 inches

  • Maddock, 24 inches

  • Adams, 20 inches

  • Northwood, 17 inches

  • Jamestown, 17 inches

  • Near Bismarck, 13 inches

  • Near Larimore, 13 inches

  • Grand Forks Air Force Base, 12 iinches

  • Near Valley City, 11.5 inches

  • Hillsboro, 10 inches

  • Grand Forks, 7. 3 inches

  • Minot, 6 inches

  • Fargo, 3.3 inches as of Friday night

The stormy weather was expected to taper off Saturday.

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More snowfall totals can be found here on the weather service website.