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How much snow did your city get this weekend?

As the region digs out from Blizzard Alan, see how much snow your city received.

Wintry conditions lead to a No Travel Advisory in northeast North Dakota. Forum News Service file photo

As much as 10 inches of snow fell on the Greater Grand Forks region during a weekend blizzard that closed roads and delayed school openings.

In the immediate region, Crookston had the most snowfall, at 10.5 inches, according to WDAY. Larimore received 9.3 inches and East Grand Forks 8.5.

The snowfall totals in this graphic come from the National Weather Service's database .

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Winter weather advisory in effect through 3 p.m. Friday, Jan. 21.
Strong eruptions in the tropics have been known to cause cooling due to large amounts of sulphur dioxide being placed into the upper atmosphere.
A modest shift could easily leave our region with more air from the southwest and with much milder and drier weather.
The Herald has been naming blizzards for more than 30 years.