Rochester, MN (KROC-AM News) - Rochester received five inches of snow while southwest Minnesota took the hardest hit of the latest winter storm, receiving nearly one foot.

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Reports say that the Rochester International Airport measured 4.1 inches of snow from Friday’s all-day snowfall, while southwest Rochester measured five inches. The National Weather Service reported areas of Albert Lea receiving eight inches of snow.

National Weather Service (Click to enlarge)
National Weather Service (Click to enlarge)
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Southwest Minnesota took the brunt of the snowfall, where areas around Marshall received 10 inches of snow.

The Minnesota State Patrol reported a total of 456 crashes and 272 vehicle spin-outs across the state throughout Friday. In the 456 crashes, 35 non-life-threatening injuries were reported.

Road conditions have improved Saturday morning as crews have been plowing roads since the snowfall started Friday morning.

SE MN Road Conditions as of 9 a.m.
SE MN Road Conditions as of 9 a.m.
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