The National Weather Service has released official snowstorm Ion snowfall totals for Michigan, and if it's a contest, Shiawassee county gets the "W." Owosso recorded a whopping 18.7 inches of weekend snowfall. Flint's 17.1 inches is good enough for the most snowfall in a major Michigan city, followed by Lansing, with 15 inches.

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Here are some more numbers from the National Weather Service:

Owosso 18.7"
Swartz Creek 18"
Fowlerville 17.5"
Flint 17.1"
North Branch 17"
Lapeer 16.5"
Corunna 16.4"
Linden 16"
Millington 16"
Peck 16"
Howell 15.9"
Clarkston 15.3"
Flushing 14.5"

In addition to the significant snowfall, dangerously low temperatures combined with brisk winds are a formula for life-threatening conditions. The National Weather Service provides the following chart for measuring how quickly a person can receive frostbite based on the temperature and wind. Monday night's low in Lansing was -12. Wind speeds are varying between 20 and 25 miles per hour, and the wind chill was -32 degrees. Based on those figures, according to the chart, frostbite would begin to set in within 30 minutes of being outdoors.