The first winter storm moved in on Saturday for the Hudson Valley.  It didn’t seem to cause too many problems, as the main roads stayed too warm for the snow to stick, but the secondary and side roads did get hit pretty hard.

The National Weather Service out of Albany this morning released some unofficial snowfall totals from around the area.  Most of these were obtained by trained weather spotters, a public facility or from a grid of data a local TV station collects.

Dutchess County

Poughkeepsie 5.7 inches

Hyde Park 3.5 inches

Hopewell Junction 4.5 inches

Millbrook 5.7 inches

Red Hook 3.6 inches

Ulster County

Saugerties 4.0 inches

Rosendale 5.0 inches

West Shokan 6.0 inches

Lake Katrine 3.5 inches

Orange County

Monroe 6.0 inches

Wallkill 5.9 inches

Columbia County

Chatham 5.0 inches

Niverville 7.0 inches

Germantown 3.1 inches

Greene County

Cairo 6.8 inches

Ravena 8.0 inches

Coxsackie 6.5 inches

Official totals probably come out on Monday.  At our house in Clintondale, we had about 5 inches of snow outside.

 

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