A fast moving weather system brought a burst of heavy snow to the region. By the time all was said and done, many areas picked up 8-12" of accumulation. The heaviest snow fell in the afternoon, with snowfall rates averaging 1-2" per hour. Here's a recap of snowfall accumulation for our local area:
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As we move forward, the weather is expected to stay quiet for the short term. It remains cold tonight, with overnight lows in the single digits. Lake effect snow develops tomorrow afternoon and tomorrow evening across the North Country and Tug Hill. Heavy snow falls in the Tug Hill tomorrow night, with widespread light snow returning Friday.
Our season snowfall is near 60" for the season, which is very close to normal for this date in the season. We've closed almost a foot's worth of snowfall deficit in less than a week!
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