Snow Totals: How Much Snow Fell Where You Live

The region didn't see a blizzard, but there was enough snow in places to shovel or have a late-season snowball fight

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Spring kicked off with an unexpected dose of wintry weather, forcing tri-staters hoping for T-shirt weather to instead don parkas on the vernal equinox.

Though the region didn't see a blizzard, there was enough snow in places to shovel or have a late-season snowball fight. In Suffolk County, totals topped 3.5 inches in some places.

Here's how much snow fell where you live:

New York

Manhattan, Brooklyn, Staten Island and the Bronx
Trace Amounts

Queens
Little Neck: 1.8 inches
Whitestone: 1.1 inches
LaGuardia Airport: 0.5 inches
John F. Kennedy Airport: 0.5 inches.

Nassau County
Woodbury: 3.2 inches
Levittown: 2.8 inches
Rockville Centre: 2.6 inches
Merrick: 2.5 inches
North Bellmore: 2.1 inches
Farmingdale: 2 inches
New Hyde Park: 0.8 inches

Suffolk County
Southampton: 3.5 inches
Port Jefferson: 3.5 inches
Smithtown: 3.3 inches
Islip: 3 inches
Centereach: 3 inches
Centerport: 2.8 inches
Dix Hills: 2.8 Inches
Coram: 2.5 inches
Patchogue: 2.5 inches
Baiting Hollow: 2.3 inches
Upton: 1.7 inches
Jamesport: 1.6 inches
Manorville: 1.5 inches

Westchester County
Scarsdale: 2 inches

Putnam County
Carmel: 1 inch

Connecticut


Fairfield County.
Fairfield: 3.1 inches
Plattsville: 3 inches
New Canaan: 2.9 inches
Danbury: 2.5 inches
Norwalk: 2.2 inches
Wilton: 2 inches
Bridgeport: 2 inches

NEW JERSEY

Bergen County
Ridgewood: 0.7 inches

Essex County
Cedar Grove: 0.8 inches

Hudson County
Harrison: 0.5 inches

Passaic County
Bloomingdale: 0.2 inches 

Somerset County
Somerville 27.4 inches 
Greenbrook Township 25 inches 
Bridgewater Township 24.5 inches

Union County
Roselle: 0.3 inches
Newark-Liberty International Airport: trace amounts

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