How many inches of snow today? Check Totals Here – NBC New York

The first widespread winter storm of the year blanketed the tri-state area overnight and into the morning rush Friday, dumping flakes at speeds of up to 2 inches per hour in some spots as travel conditions were becoming dangerous in the region.

Areas closer to shore where winter storm warnings were issued received more snow than inland areas, with places in southern Connecticut, like Fairfield County, reporting the highest totals at sunrise . (Check for school closures here.)

Locally higher amounts were possible, with LaGuardia reporting more than eight inches of accumulation, far more than expected, around 7 a.m.

Most of the snow is expected to clear by mid-morning Friday. Check out the latest National Weather Service snow totals here or below as updates come in:

New York City



Storm Team 4

Long island


New Jersey


Connecticut



Storm Team 4

If you want to be more specific and see how much snow you have just outside, the National Weather Service suggests breaking your ruler.

How to calculate your own total

If you want to be more specific and see how much snow you have just outside, the National Weather Service suggests breaking your ruler.

Ideally, you would want to plan for snowfall in advance. But if you can find flat surfaces that are in an area sheltered from the wind, away from large objects, there are several steps you can take to find an average, the NWS said.

See the steps on how to measure and report below.


For the latest searchable total snowfalls in the New York metro area Click here and for the latest county-level breakdowns Click on here. You can also check the map below for the latest updates as the National Weather Service updates its totals.


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