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Snow Totals: See how much fell in Central New York

Many areas got more than a half foot of snow this week (CNYCentral Photo).

A winter blast brought snow back to much of Central New York, and, as usual, some areas saw more than others.

Here are the official reports from the National Weather Service. More reports are expected throughout the day.

Onondaga County

  • Elbridge 12.8
  • Skaneateles 12.3
  • Marcellus 12.1
  • Syracuse 9.0
  • 1 E Split Rock 7.4
  • Jamesville 7.0

Oswego County

  • North Redfield 19.4
  • North Williamstown 11.0
  • Bennetts Bridge 4.0
  • ESE Oswego 3.2
  • West Fulton 3.2
  • SSE Palermo 2.6
  • Fulton 2.2
  • SSE Lacona 1.6
  • Southeast Minetto 1.3
  • Northeast Pulaski 0.6

Cayuga County

  • Auburn 11.0
  • East Auburn 9.0

Cortland County

  • Homer 8.0
  • South Cortland 4.1
  • Madison County
  • Chittenango 6.1
  • E. Kirkville 3.3

Oneida County

  • Paris 4.0
  • Marcy 1.0

Otsego County

  • Laurens 4.5
  • Morris 4.0

Cayuga County

  • Port Byron 9.0

Jefferson County

  • ENE West Carthage 13.1
  • Watertown 10.9
  • ESE Watertown 7.5
  • S Watertown 7.3

Lewis County

  • E Osceola 13.0
  • Chases Lake 8.4
  • Lowville 6.4
  • NW Constableville 4.0

Broome County

  • West Windsor 1.5
  • Kirkwood 1.0

Tioga County

  • Berkshire 4.8

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