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East Coast Snowfall Totals

December 6, 2005; 12:38 PM ET

Here's a list of east-coast snowfall totals from this latest snow storm. (Final Report Issued At 12 p.m.)

 

TOTALS OVER 6 INCHES:
Point Pleasant Boro, NJ: 7.0"
... (A SNOWMATRIX REPORT)
Essex County, VA: 7.0"
Newland, VA: 6.0"
WALL, NJ: 6.7"
BRICK, NJ: 6.5"
TOMS RIVER, NJ: 6.5"
BRIGANTINE, NJ: 6.3"
BEACHWOOD, NJ: 6.2"
Hollywood, MD: 6.2"


STATE SNOWFALL RANGES:
Virginia: 1-7"
New Jersey: 0-7"
New York: 1-6"
Maryland: 2-6"
Massachusetts: 2-4"
Pennsylvania: 0-4"
Delaware: 1-4"
West Virginia: 1-3"

None of this, however, holds a candle to recent lake-effect snows in Michigan:

BLISS (EMMET COUNTY) 17.0"
BRUTUS (EMMET COUNTY) 14.0"
INDIAN RIVER 10.0"



As the clouds move away from the mid-Atlantic, you can see who has snow on the ground via our visible satellite (see previous tutorial). Above is a snapshot from Noon today showing snow on the ground in the Washington/Baltimore/Delaware area, vis our visible satellite.

You can take a look at live visible satellite loops (remember, if it ain't moving, it's snow) by accessing the AccuWeather.com Visible Satellite for Virginia (PREMIUM | PRO). Click to zoom.

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EARLIER POST (8 a.m. Eastern):





It's been coming down pretty good in the easternmost reaches of New England and I'm sure we'll see some decent reports from those areas later this morning. Above is the radar and a webcam shot showing the snow on Cape Code, Massachusetts (other cams in Cape Cod, Mass., U.S.)

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