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WINTER RETURNS: How much snow fell in the Finger Lakes? Photos and video from around the region

The Finger Lakes region’s first winter storm of the season is in the books. It brought a fair amount of snow to many, but didn’t leave so much that travel was impossible. Even in harder hit communities in Central New York – travel remained doable despite some travel advisories. All that said, forecasting from the National Weather Service tracked with what most saw across the region. Those who were in Winter Weather Advisories saw less snowfall than locations where Winter Storm Warnings had been issued.


NEW: Damaging wind potential this week — NWS issues High Wind Warning


Snow will continue to taper to just some flurries, but now attention turns to a potential wind event Tuesday and Wednesday. We’ll have more on that in the coming hours.

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For now, here’s a look back at the weekend’s winter storm across the Finger Lakes and Central New York.

How much snow actually fell?

The following reports were provided by the National Weather Service as of 9 a.m. Sunday.

Cayuga County: 6-9 inches
Onondaga County: 9-12 inches
Schuyler County: 4 inches
Seneca County: 5-7 inches
Steuben: 4-8 inches
Tompkins: 5-10 inches
Yates: 5-6 inches
Wayne: 6-9 inches

Click here to see more reports for specific towns.

Sights and sounds from around the Finger Lakes!

Photo by Fumie Thorpe on X in Wolcott, Wayne County.

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