With More Snow Coming, It's Adding Up

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How much snow did we get?

Enough.

Before it started falling Wednesday night, the various forecast services predicted about a foot of snow everywhere, with a little more in parts of St. Lawrence County, a little less in Watertown.

Some totals we collected Thursday afternoon show the snowfall we got met - or exceeded - the forecasts. We measured snowfall in Watertown at 11 inches, and had reports of 10.5 inches of snow in Croghan, 11 inches in Ogdensburg and 16 inches in Edwards.

Another 1-3 inches was forecast for all of northern New York Thursday night, though only St. Lawrence County remained under a winter storm warning, which is in effect until 7 a.m. Friday.

Click on the picture for more snowfall totals from around the north country, and 7 News weathercaster John Kubis's discussion of the forecast for Thursday night.

 

Tuesday, September 2, 2014
, Watertown, NY

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