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Snow continues Thursday morning, causes dozens of school delays

Ellen Abbott
WRVO News (file photo)

A slow moving nor'easter continues to cause travel problems around central New York Thursday morning. Winter storm warnings for central New York expired at 7:00 a.m., but travel advisories remain in effect for some parts of central New York. The heavy snow from Wednesday night and Thursday morning also caused dozens of school districts to delay opening or close this morning.

The snow is expected to taper to flurries by this afternoon. 

So just how much snow fell around the region? According to the National Weather Service, snowfall totals range from just a few inches in parts of Onondaga County, to around 8 inches in Watertown, to more than 20 inches in Jamesville. The city of Syracuse set a record for 24 hour snowfall on December 10, picking up 11.5 inches Wednesday.

Below is a list of unofficial snowfall totals provided by the National Weather Service's Buffalo and Binghamton offices. It was compiled from snow totals received from trained weather spotters and from social media. 

Leave a comment and let us know how much snow you received. 

Onondaga County

Tully - 26.2 in.

Manlius - 23.5 in.

Jamesville - 20.0 in.

Camillus - 16.5 in.

Dewitt - 15.0 in.

Syracuse (Hancock Apt) - 11.5 in.

Cicero - 11.2 in.

Cayuga County

Sempronius - 16.0 in.

Auburn - 13.2 in.

Moravia - 13.0 in.

Niles - 10.5 in.

Cato - 8.0 in.

Cortland County

Cortland - 18.2 in. 

Marathon - 12.3 in.

Madison County

Erieville - 19.8 in.

Oneida - 19.5 in.

Lebanon - 18.0 in.

Chittenango - 11.5 in.

Oneida County

Paris - 12.3 in.

Westmoreland - 6.0 in.

Rome - 6.7 in.

Whitesboro - 4.7 in.

Oswego County

Fulton - 11.5 in.

Oswego - 10.0 in.

Pulaski - 8.0 in.

Jefferson County

Watertown - 8.0 in.

Lewis County

Beaver Falls - 12.0 in.

Constableville - 8.0 in.