BINGHAMTON, NY - A large swath of the Northeast was blanketed in snow by the first major storm of the season, which smashed a decades-old snowfall record in Pennsylvania and New York.
The National Weather Service offices in Binghamton received more than 41" of snow in less than 24 hours, with snowfall rates of six feet per hour overnight.
The hardest hit areas in Central New York include Otsego and Chenango counties, where more than two feet of snow fell Wednesday night into Thursday morning.
The snow will quickly end this morning and skies clear out tonight, with temperatures dropping into the single digits.
Here are some snowfall totals in and around the Mohawk Valley region:
Old Forge 3.3"