How much snow did you get? Maps show total inches of snowfall accumulation from winter storm

Two weather systems hit the United States over the weekend, bringing snow, rain and heavy wind to vast stretches of the country, particularly the Northeast and parts of the West and Midwest. Maps illustrating the total snowfall accumulation from coast to coast after the weekend’s winter storms show just how much, or how little, fell in different parts of the country, as a number of states brace for more winter weather still ahead over the next few days. Snowfall totals for major cities so far Philadelphia and New York City were primarily hit with rain during the weekend’s storm, with just a dusting of snow seen at Philadelphia International Airport and around one-fifth of an inch recorded in Central Park as of Sunday night. Between 1 and 3 inches fell in Boston . Areas surrounding all three cities were blanketed with heavy snow — as much as a foot of it — especially in the Poconos in Pennsylvania, the Hudson Valley in New York, and counties just north of Boston extending into southern New Hampshire. Map shows amounts of snow accumulation as of Monday, Jan. 8, 2024. National Weather Service / NOAA A second storm system traveling eastward from the West Coast dumped snow on sections of Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Nevada, New Mexico and Utah over the last few days and continued on Monday. Parts of Salt Lake City saw between 3 and 6 inches of snow, while snowfall totals recorded just outside the metropolitan area were much higher, with some places getting as much as 15 or 17 inches over the last three days, according to National Weather Service . Denver ecorded between 1 to 4 inches of snow in various parts of the city by Monday, with meteorologists forecasting more winter weather still to come. Snow also […]

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