After all of the hype and excitement for the first storm of the year, it ended up being mostly a dud. Areas forecasted to receive 3 to 5 inches of snow barely squeaked over the 1" mark, and those south of Minneapolis saw very little snow at all.
However, one bright point was the line of snow staying a bit more organized as it moved northeast, with areas in the UP and northern Wisconsin that looked to stay snow-free yesterday managing around an inch of snow.
Here is the snowfall map for the Upper Midwest, noting that purple is only 0.5":
Snowfall for the past 24-hours in the Upper Midwest. Credit: NOHRSC