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Most of the Twin Cities metro got between half and three-quarters of an inch of snow on Saturday and Sunday, according to the National Weather Service.

So far this winter, snow totals are running well below average. In an average season, there are 6 inches of snow in the Twin Cities by late November, according to the weather service. This year, only 3.2 inches of snow have fallen, including the weekend dusting.

No more snow is expected this week, said Michelle Margraf, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service. Though December and the rest of the winter are forecast to be warmer than usual, she said, it's still too early to tell how snowy the winter will be.

"We're still in the beginning of the winter," she said.

The dusting of snow was enough to cause 114 crashes across the state on Saturday and Sunday, according to Minnesota State Patrol, though none were serious.