MINNEAPOLIS (FOX 9)The Twin Cities nearly doubled their season’s snow total in just one storm on Valentine’s Day, with the area picking up several inches of snow and setting a daily record in Minneapolis-St. Pablo International Airport.

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<div>Snow totals from the Valentine’s Day storm in the Twin Cities.</div>
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Snow totals from the Valentine’s Day storm in the Twin Cities.

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Here’s a look at snow totals in the area:

  • Amery, Wisconsin: 7.5 inches

  • Victory: 7.2 inches

  • Shakopee: 7.2 inches

  • Milltown, Wisconsin: 7 inches

  • Chanhassen: 7 inches

  • Norwood Young America: 7 inches

  • Plato: 7 inches

  • Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport: 6.9 inches (a new daily record for Valentine’s Day; the previous record was 6.4 inches set in 1950)

  • Bloomington; 6.5 inches

  • Edina: 6.5 inches

  • Wild: 6.5 inches

  • Rich field: 6.5 inches

  • Eden Meadow: 6.5 inches

  • Woodbury: 6.3 inches

  • White Bear Lake: 6.1 inches

  • Previous lake: 6.1 inches

  • Oakdale: 6 inches

  • Isanti: 6 inches

  • Nye, Wisconsin: 6 inches

  • Burnsville: 5.8 inches

Wednesday’s winter weather was the biggest snow storm this season in the Twin Cities.

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By Sam