Here's How Much it Snowed Where You Live

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

The Most Extreme Nor'easters in US History Fulton Street in downtown Manhattan after being plowed. The nor'easter that struck the Northeast in 1888 was one of the worst blizzards in American history, according to the National Weather Service, killing more than 400 people and dumping as much as 55 inches of snow in some areas. Library of Congress

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

130 Years Later: Dramatic Pics, Crazy Tales of 1888 Blizzard The New York Times on March 13, 1888, labeled the blizzard "the worst storm the city has ever known," and that may just hold true, judging by reports from the time. Location: A grocery store on 11th Street, looking west. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association

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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