It Can Stop Anytime, 32.7 Inches Of Snow In Watertown So Far


There are still no "official" snowfall totals from the storm that brought Jefferson and Lewis counties to a standstill this week.

However, the National Weather Service has released some figures from trained weather spotters and social media users.

According to the NWS, Watertown has gotten at least 32.7 inches of snow since the storm began Monday evening.

In Lewis County as of early Wednesday morning, weather spotters recorded the following totals:

- Croghan: 25 inches
- Lowville: 14. 5
- Constableville: 10.4

There are no unofficial snowfall totals from some of the hardest hit areas like Adams and Carthage.

The lake effect snow warning remains in effect for Jefferson and Lewis counties until 6 a.m. Thursday.

An additional 12 to 18 inches of snow are possible in the higher elevations.

Visibility could be as low as a quarter mile at times.

Saturday, December 10, 2016
, Watertown, NY

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