The following reports were issued by the National Weather Service after the Thanksgiving week lake-effect snow storm. The photo at right depicts lake-effect snow in Fulton, NY on Friday (taken by donsutherland1).
SOUTH DAYTON, NY: 28.0"
EDINBORO, PA: 27.5"
WEST LEYDEN, NY: 24.0"
ELLICOTTVILLE, NY: 24.0"
NORTH OSCEOLA, NY: 21.8"
GLENMORE, NY: 20.5"
SINCLAIRVILLE, NY: 17.0"
KENTON/PAINT LAKE, MI: 17.0"
UNION CITY 4N, PA: 17.0"
CORRY, PA: 17.0"
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