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Winter Storm Yona Recap: Snow Blankets Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, Iowa

April 5, 2014

Winter Storm Yona delivered more snow to the weary Upper Midwest from April 3 to April 4, 2014.

(MORE: Yona State-by-State Impacts

Below are the top snow totals for some of the states that were impacted by Yona:

  • Minnesota: 12.2 inches in Brownton. Officially, 6.5 inches was reported at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport. However, up to 10.5 inches was measured in downtown Minneapolis.
  • Wisconsin: 17.8 inches near Superior; 17 inches near Ashland; 14.5 inches near Poplar
  • Michigan: 17 inches in Tapiola; 15 inches in Hancock
  • Iowa: 7.8 inches near Sibley
  • South Dakota: 7 inches near Fairview

MORE: Photos from Winter Storm Yogi (The Y Storm from 2013)

Joel Krochalk, clears his driveway Friday morning, April 19, 2013 while surrounding by deeply drifted snow in his and neighboring yards, in Duluth, Minn. (AP Photo/The Duluth News-Tribune, Bob King)

  • Sioux Falls, S.D.
  • Minneapolis, Minn.
  • Grove City, Minn.
  • Brainerd, Minn.
  • New Ulm. Minn.
  • Minneapolis, Minn.
  • Edwards, Colo.
  • Rapid City, S.D.
  • Casper, Wyo.
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  • Denver, Colo.
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  • Rapid City, S.D.
  • Denver, Colo.
  • Casper, Wyo.
  • Denver, Colo.
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  • Denver, Colo.
  • Cheyenne, Wyo.
  • Craig, Colo.
  • Denver, Colo.
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  • Aspen, Colo.
  • Denver, Colo.
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  • Casper, Wyo.
  • Denver, Colo.
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  • Fort Collins, Colo.
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  • Longmont, Colo.
  • Cheyenne, Wyo.

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