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WINTER STORM: Here’s how much snow towns across the Finger Lakes received (full coverage)

Parts of the Finger Lakes are starting to see peaks of sunshine, as the entire region digs out from what has become the most-significant winter storm of the season.

While forecasting the storm was tricky, the National Weather Service has released ‘storm totals’ for precipitation.

Here’s how it trended around the region:

Bristol: 8.8 in.
Canandaigua: 9.8 in.
Geneva: 10 in.
Roc Airport: 6.5 in.
Henrietta: 9 in.
Williamson: 9.5 in.
Palmyra: 8 in.
Walworth: 8 in.
Lima: 8 in.
Avon: 6 in.
Dansville: 6.5 in.
Italy (Yates): 16 in.
Sodus Point: 7.3 in.

The National Weather Service in Binghamton has not yet updated their data. Locations in the Central and Southern Finger Lakes will be included in this story once that is published.

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Snow in Seneca Falls on Wednesday morning
Light snow continues to fall on Wednesday morning in Seneca Falls near Route 89 on the Cayuga-Seneca Canal. FL1 Staff Photo

 


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