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Winter Storm Yogi Delivers Snow from Rockies to Upper Midwest

Chris Dolce
Published: April 19, 2013

Winter Storm Yogi will wind down on Friday after spreading a swath of snow from the Rockies to the Upper Midwest.

Upper Midwest Impact

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Snow will linger across parts of Minnesota, northern Wisconsin and the U.P. of Michigan during the day on Friday.

The storm has dumped more than 20 inches of snow in parts of northeast Minnesota and northwest Wisconsin. Officially at the Minneapolis/St. Paul International Airport, a little more than a half foot of snow was recorded on Thursday.

Below are some other top snowfall totals from Yogi in the Plains and Rockies.

South Dakota-

Top Snow Total: 8.8" in Hot Springs

Nebraska-

Top Snow Total: 16" in Harrison

Colorado-

Top Snow Total: 27" in Estes Park

Denver total: 9.1"

Wyoming-

Top Snow Total: 39" around 27 miles to the south of Douglas

Cheyenne total: 17.9"


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Department of Transportation plow driver Shane Powell hops out of his truck on Tuesday, April 16, 2013 to clear snow off the vehicle during the second spring storm in two weeks outside Casper, Wyo. (AP Photo/Star-Tribune, Kyle Roerink)

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