After Saturday's snow across all of the north country, Sunday looked to be much quieter.
If you live in Watertown or points south in Jefferson County, or much of Lewis County, you caught a burst of lake effect snow that lasted through the morning and afternoon.
Mannsville saw six inches, while Copenhagen recorded 5.5 inches and Watertown and Adams each got four inches.
The snow made for slippery roads; Route12E in Brownville was shuit down after a car hit a power pole. National Grid estimated power would be retored to the area by 8:30 pm Sunday.
The snow is all done for now, but there is more coming later this week, including the chance of some light snow on Christmas day.
Click on the picture for meteorologist Joe LaPlante's discussion of Sunday's snowfall.
Thursday, October 27, 2016, Watertown, NY
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