How Much Snowfall Did You Get? Updated Totals From Dutchess

The Nor'easter that barreled up the East Coast, bringing steady snow and whiteout conditions in most of the area from dawn to dust Saturday, wasn't record-breaking in the Hudson Valley, but did leave a foot or more of accumulation in many spots.

The scene in Tarrytown following the snowstorm.
The scene in Tarrytown following the snowstorm. Photo Credit: Richard Getler
Snowfall measure
Snowfall measure Photo Credit: National Weather Service

The 26.8 inches that fell in Central Park made for New York City's second largest snowstorm.

Here's a sampling of totals from the area, as reported by the National Weather Service:

Yonkers, 20.5 inches, 10 p.m.

Stony Point, 17 inches, 9:30 p.m.

New City, 16 inches, 9 p.m.

Hastings-on-Hudson, 15.5 inches, 11:45 p.m.

Armonk, 14.2 inches, 11:11 p.m.

Pelham, 14.2 inches, 9 p.m.

White Plains, 13.5 inches, 8:15 p.m.

Lake Carmel, 12 inches, 10:30 p.m.

Yorktown Heights, 11.5 inches, 8 p.m.

Croton Falls, 11.0 incches, 8:15 p.m.

Putnam Valley, 11 inches, 11 p.m.

Harrison, 10 inches, 8 p.m.

Northeast Brewster, 6.0 inches, 9:45 p.m.

Stormville, 5 inches, 10 p.m.

East Fishkill, 2 inches, 10 p.m.

Poughquag, 0.5 inch, 9 p.m.

Wiccopee, 3 inches, 10 p.m.

Here are some more totals from around downstate New York:

Bronx Zoo: 27.6 inches

Williamsburg: 29 inches

Brooklyn: 27 inches

Hicksville: 29.6 inches

Massapequa: 25.2 inches

Bethpage: 23 inches

JFK Airport: 30.5 inches

La Guardia Airport: 27.9 inches

Staten Island: 31.3 inches

Sunday will bring much-needed relief to the area with sunny skies and a high around the freezing mark. The wind-chill factor, though, will make it feel like the teens.

How much did you get? Post a comment here with your snowfall totals or send the totals, along with any photos you may have taken of the storm, to Community Editor Sam Barron at

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