So—where’s snow with the Friday winter system been heaviest? Up to 10.5″ has fallen in southeast South Dakota with heavy totals reported across sections of northern Iowa, southern Minnesota into western Wisconsin. Far northern Illinois has only been skirted by the system.

For the latest weather updates, check out the WGN Weather blog.

Check out some of these snowfall reports–and the maps and analyses below which offer a glimpse of the wintry Friday system and where it’s deposited it’s heaviest snow:

24 hour snowfall through 6am CST Friday

Thursday night/Friday morning snowfall reports:

  • 10.5″ Sioux Falls, SD
  • 10″ Hartford, SD
  • 8.5″ Wall Lake, SD
  • 8″ Salem, SD
  • 7.9″ Dell Rapids, SD
  • 7.5″ Luverne, MN
  • 7.5″ Montrose, SD
  • 7.4″ Sioux Falls, SD
  • 7.4″ Algona, IA
  • 7.1″ Canton, SD
  • 7″ Dodgeville, WI
  • 7″ Sibley, IA
  • 7″ Gruver, IA
  • 7″ Waltham, MN
  • 7″ Spencer, IA
  • 6.8″ Moneta, IA
  • 6.7″ Fillmore, MN
  • 6.5″ Lake Park, IA
  • 6.1″ Mapleview, MN
  • 6″ Blue Earth, MN
  • 5.5″ Emmons, MN
  • 5″ Jackson, MN
  • 5″ Ihlen, MN
  • 5″ Gays Mills, WI
  • 4.6″ Worthington, MN
  • 4.5″ Grand Meadow, MN
  • 4.5″ St. James, MN
  • 4″ Richland Center, WI
  • 4″ Cross Plains, WI
  • 4″ Hollandale, WI
  • 4″ Rochester, MN
  • 3.9″ Waseca, MN
  • 3.5″ Riceville, IA
  • 3.3″ Rolfe, IA
  • 3″ Waucoma, IA
  • 2.5″ Reedsville, WI
  • 2.5″ Big Bend, WI
  • 2″ Fort Dodge, IA
  • 2″ Waukesha, WI
  • 2″ Lancaster, WI
  • 1.8″ Sullivan, WI
  • 1.5″ Muskego, WI
  • 1.5″ Dubuque, IA
  • 1.3″ Lake Villa, IL
  • 0.9″ Woodstock, IL
  • 0.6″ Stockton, IL
  • 0.5″ Buffalo Grove, IL
  • 0.5″ Davis, IL