Mother nature has reminded Central New Yorkers that we're not out of the snowfall season...yet. While the calendar says spring, Central New York saw widespread accumulating snow. The roads were slippery and there were several traffic accidents in our area, especially in the afternoon. The heaviest snowfall rates topped over 1" per hour during the peak of the event.
Here's a look at local totals:
7.0" Holland Patent
6.0" Paris Hill
6.0" Oriskany Falls
4.5" Curtis Corners
4.0" Cherry Valley
3.0" Old Forge
The official total of 4.0" for Utica broke the daily snowfall record for March 23rd. That record was only 3.0" set back in 1968.
Most of this snow is expected to melt this week, as temperatures climb back into the 40s Tuesday and Wednesday and back to near 50 by Thursday.
- Monday's local snowfall reports
- Local Sunday-Monday snowfall totals
- Today's local snowfall totals
- Accumulating snowfall and gusty winds Monday
- April snowfall stats
- Snowfall forecast for Sunday
- Steady snowfall keeping road crews busy today
- Otsego County prepares for heavy snowfall
- First widespread snowfall in the books
- City of Oneonta opens municipal lots in anticipation of snowfall