MINNEAPOLIS - The snow totals have been streaming in all day along with plenty of photos documenting the April snow storm.

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Numbers range from 4 to 5 inches of snow in the south metro to 10 to 11 inches across central Minnesota.

One photo from Stacy in Bloomington tells the before and after story perfectly, showing about seven inches of snowfall.

Shelby's backyard in Big Lake was almost down to green grass, but instead it was covered on Friday by almost 10 inches of the heavy, wet snow.

Totals across Minneapolis range from 6 to 9 inches.

TC Bear tweeted a picture of what Target Field looks like three days before the home opener.

The deer foraging for food in Rodney's backyard near Belle Plain were easy to spot against a backdrop of 6 or 7 inches.

Officially at MSP International 6.5 inches of snow fell. Unfortunately for the record books that doesn't even crack the top ten when it comes to heaviest April snowfalls.

CLICK HERE for a complete map of snowfall totals from the April 3-4 snowstorm.

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