UPDATE: Here are the final estimates from NOAA and AccuWeather.com for snowfall from this storm. These maps are not meant to include locally high amounts but rather paint a general picture of where snow fell. If you see any major errors with ours, leave me a Comment below.
With this latest storm, there were nine states reporting over a foot of snow. Here's a list of the highest spotter reports by state and a radar loop from the storm (download hi-res Techsmith Codec AVI):
UPDATED @ NOON:
Staffordville, CT: 19.0"
Central Park, NY: 19.0"
Clifton, NJ: 19.0"
Somerton, PA: 17.3"
Burrilsville, RI: 17.0"
Milford, MA: 16.4"
Scarboro, MD: 15.5"
Lucketts, VA: 12.5"
Hockessin, DE: 12.1"
Franklin, WV: 10.5"
Washington, DC: 9.0"
South Hudson, NH: 9.0"
Mount Mitchell, NC: 8.0"
Dover, TN: 5.0"
The NOAA snow estimate map shown above runs about 12 hours behind so it's not very accurate yet; I'll post another one this afternoon. We got a lot of great photos from our AccuWeather.com Facebook Fans:
Here is a radar/sat loop zoomed out (download hi-res Techsmith Codec AVI):Jesse Ferrell
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