ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) -- After this weekend’s snow storm, St. Louis has now accumulated more inches of snow this winter than many snow-prone cities.

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Kim Faubel 2019 January snow

Lambert International Airport has measured 18.3 inches of snow this winter, so far. That total is more than Chicago (16.5 inches) and Minneapolis (11 inches). It’s also more than the totals of Des Moines (8.2 inches) and MIlwaukee (8.3 inches) combined!

One city in the Midwest that has received more snow is Grand Rapids (18.7 inches), who have only received a .5 inch more than St. Louis.

St. Louis' average snowfall for the winter season is 17.7 inches. 

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Snowfall as of 1/14

According to the National Weather Service, 1912 was the snowiest year on record for St. Louis with a total of 63.3 inches measured. The snowiest year in the past 30 years would be 1993 with 32.3 inches.

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