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2nd Nor'easter: Here's How Much it Snowed Where You Live

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    Incredible Time-Lapse Captures Rapid Snow in NJ Town

    Pat Austin shot this video over the course of the day Wednesday in Bridgewater, New Jersey.

    (Published Thursday, March 8, 2018)

    The second of two back-to-back winter storms battered the Northeast on Wednesday, with some counties getting up to 20 inches of snow.

    The National Weather Service has reported snowfall across countries in the tri-state:

    New York

    Manhattan:

    Central Park: 2.9 inches
    Harlem: 1.2 inches

    Queens:

    Little Neck: 4.7 inches
    Whitestone: 3 inches
    Rego Park: 2.8 inches
    JFK Airport: 2.8 inches
    Walden Terrace: 2 inches
    Flushing: 1.8 inches
    LaGuardia Airport: 1.7 inches
    Middle Village: 3.5 inches
    Whitestone: 3 inches

    Brooklyn:

    Sheepshead Bay: 4.1 inches
    Flatlands: 3.5 inches
    Midwood: 3 inches
    East Flatbush: 1.5 inches

    Staten Island:

    Oakwood Heights Station: 3.8 inches

    The Bronx: 

    Morris Park: 2.5 inches
    Parkchester: 2.3 inches

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    Dutchess County:

    Elizaville: 12.5 inches

    Pine Plains: 20 inches
    Stanfordville: 19 inches
    Lagrange: 15 inches
    Rhinebeck: 14.5 inches
    Poughquag: 14.5 inches
    Pawling: 13 inches
    Red Hook: 12.5 inches
    Wassaic: 11.8 inches
    NE Lagrange: 11.5 inches
    Hyde Park: 9.5 inches
    SE Millbrook: 12.2 inches

    Millbrook: 6.9 inches

    Nassau County:

    Roslyn: 6 inches
    Glen Head: 6 inches
    Plainview: 5.5 inches
    Garden City: 5 inches
    East Meadow: 4.3 inches
    Wantagh: 5.1 inches
    Massapequa: 3.3 inches
    Oyster Bay: 2.5 inches

    Freeport: 1.5 inches

    Orange County:

    Monroe: 26 inches
    Highland Mills: 24.3 inches
    Orange Lake: 20.1 inches
    Gardnertown: 17.8 inches
    Goshen: 17.7 inches
    Warwick: 16 inches
    Vails Gate: 14.5 inches
    Slate Hill: 13 inches
    Greenville: 13 inches
    Otisville: 13 inches
    Salisbury Mills: 17.2 inches
    Mount Hope: 12.8 inches
    Westtown: 11.5 inches

    Putnam County:

    Baldwin Place: 15 inches
    Putnam Valley: 16.3 inches
    Mahopac: 18.8 inches

    Rockland County:

    Sloatsburg: 26 inches
    Chestnut Ridge: 19.5 inches
    Stony Point: 11.2 inches
    New City: 9 inches

    Congers: 8.5 inches

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    Suffolk County:

    Farmingville: 5.9 inches

    Miller Place: 5.5 inches

    Smithtown: 5 inches
    Mount Sinai: 6 inches
    Islip Airport: 5.8 inches
    Shoreham: 5.8 inches
    Huntington Station: 5.7 inches
    Smithtown: 5 inches
    Upton: 5.2 inches
    Sound Beach: 5.8 inches
    Riverhead: 3.7 inches
    Sayville: 2.2 inches
    Saint James: 7.8 inches
    Commack: 7.4 inches
    N. Smithtown: 7.3 inches
    Mount Sinai: 6 inches
    Shoreham: 5.8 inches
    Centerport: 5.4 inches
    Ronkonkoma: 3.6 inches

    Lake Ronkonkoma: 6.1 inches
    Mattituck: 2.9 inches

    Wading River: 5.3 inches

    Patchogue: 5.1 inches

    Setauket: 8 inches

    Selden: 7 inches

    Sullivan County:

    Kiamesha: 12.3 inches

    Woodbridge: 12.3 inches

    Glen Spey: 12 inches

    Swan Lake: 11 inches

    Monticello: 8 inches

    Grahamsville: 7 inches

    Jeffersonville: 7 inches

    Ulster County:

    Highland: 18 inches
    Wallkill: 14 inches
    Kingston: 10.5 inches

    Phoenicia: 7 inches

    Rosendale: 6.9 inches

    Saugerties: 5 inches

    Westchester County: 

    Armonk: 13.5 inches
    Mount Kisco: 11 inches
    White Plains: 5.8 inches
    Katonah: 13.5 inches
    Montrose: 9.5 inches

    Croton-On-Hudson: 5.5 inches

    Yonkers: 6 inches

    Harrison: 9.5 inches

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    New Jersey

    Bergen County:

    Oakland: 19 inches
    Allendale: 17.5 inches
    Mahwah: 16.8 inches
    Chestnut Bridge: 14 inches
    Lyndhurst: 6 inches
    Teterboro Airport: 5.7 inches
    Englewood: 7.8 inches

    Oradell: 8.1 inches

    Ramsey: 8 inches
    Ridgewood: 8 inches
    Elmwood Park: 7.8 inches
    Englewood: 7.1 inches
    East Rutherford: 5.1 inches
    Rivervale: 5.9 inches

    Essex County:

    North Caldwell: 23 inches
    Cedar Grove: 16.8 inches
    Roseland: 19.7 inches
    Caldwell: 17.8 inches
    West Orange: 14.5 inches
    West Caldwell: 13 inches
    Verona: 12 inches
    Essex Fells: 7.5 inches

    Hudson County:

    Harrison: 6 inches

    Jersey City: 5.4 inches
    Hudson Heights: 4 inches
    Hoboken: 4 inches

    Kearny: 6 inches

    Passaic County:

    Franklin Lakes: 24 inches
    Hewitt: 22 inches
    Wanaque: 21 inches
    West Miford: 20.5 inches
    Ringwood: 19.7 inches
    Wayne: 19.5 inches
    Little Falls: 11.7 inches

    Hawthorne: 15.4

    Union County: 

    Newark Airport: 4.6 inches

    Roselle: 7.8 inches

    Connecticut

    Fairfield County:

    Newtown: 19.6 inches
    New Fairfield: 24 inches
    Danbury: 10.9 inches
    Weston: 7 inches
    Fairfield: 10 inches
    Stamford: 6.4 inches
    Bridgeport Airport: 5.1 inches
    Stratford: 7 inches
    Ridgefield: 19 inches

    New Haven County:

    Branford: 13 inches
    North Guilford: 6 inches
    Waterbury: 8 inches
    Milford: 7.7 inches
    Wolcott: 16 inches
    North Haven: 13.5 inches
    Branford: 12.5 inches
    Cheshire: 10 inches
    Seymour: 9 inches
    New Haven: 7.5 inches
    North Guilford: 6 inches
    Wallingford: 5 inches
    West Haven: 4.5 inches

    Northford: 15.7 inches

    Naugatuck: 10. 5 inches

    Orange: 7.5 inches

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