We are in the dead of winter so it is no surprise that the Northland saw yet another dumping of snow Monday night (January 21st) into Tuesday afternoon (January 22nd).

In fact, a good portion of the state saw some type of winter weather to start off the week.

So how much snow did we see across our area? WDIO Storm Team Meteorologist Taylor Dayton shared some of those snow totals on his Facebook page:

Wow! It is important to note, by the way, that these were totals as of about lunch time as the snow tapered off.

According to his snow totals, Grand Rapids saw the heaviest snow with about nine inches. Duluth wasn't too far behind with about eight inches recorded in some parts. Superior fared much better, only raking in about three inches.

This round of winter snow comes just days after a brutal cold snap hit the area. Let's just hope the Old Farmer's Almanac isn't right for the rest of the month.

By the way - with such a snowy start to the year, it's probably a good idea to brush up on some rules of the road, right?