The fourth nor'easter to beseige the tri-state this month buried the region under another foot of snow Wednesday, and some spots, especially on Long Island, saw 18 or more inches.
The highest snow totals in New York state were on Suffolk County; Patchogue recorded 20.1 inches by Thursday morning. The highest totals in the city were in Queens Village, which saw 14.5. Brooklyn's Bedford-Stuyvesant was close behind with 12.7. In Jersey, Roselle (11.8) had the most.
Use the interactive map below to check the latest snow totals in your neighborhood. You can also find detailed county-level breakdowns from the National Weather Service here.
Note: The National Weather Service usually updates observed totals hourly, but timing may vary.
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