The following are unofficial reports from the storm that affected the region over the past 24 hours. Appreciation is extended to Highway Departments, Cooperative Observers, SKYWARN Spotters and Media for these reports.
Rainfall amounts are sometimes a combination of rain and melted snow.
Heavy wet snow caused numerous trees and wires to come down over the higher terrain of Broome, Chenango, Delaware, Otsego, Cortland Madison, and southern Onondaga counties in new york and southern Bradford and portions of Susquehanna county in Pennsylvania. Broome county still reported 5000 homes, and/or businesses without power as of this morning. Chenango county reported 6400 residents without power. Between 4 and 8 inches fell over the higher terrain between 1500 and 2000 feet. Over a foot was reported at the highest elevations above 2000 feet in these areas. In the lower elevations, up to a few inches was reported.
In the Poconoes and other parts of the region, little snow fell in the valleys with up to 4 or 5 inches over the higher terrain.