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Upstate New York Snow Totals From February 8-9, 2013 Storm

While the Northeast was buried under a historic blizzard, areas in Western and Upstate New York received significant snow totals of their own.

The greatest amounts were found north and east of Buffalo. For many of these locations this was the second consecutive weekend of receiving more than one foot of snow.

Here are reports across Upstate New York, courtesy of the National Weather Service in Buffalo, NY.

Cattaraugus County

Perrysburg – 8.0″

Cattaraugus – 4.0″

Little Valley – 4.0″

West Valley – 4.0″

Franklinville – 3.5″

Randolph – 3.0″

Olean – 2.4″

Salamanca – 2.0″

Chautauqua County

Sinclairville – 13.0″

Forestville – 7.0″

Findley Lake – 6.2″

Ripley – 4.8″

Jamestown – 3.8″

Erie County

Grand Island – 14.7″

Tonawanda – 12.0″

Swormville – 10.3″

Kenmore – 10.0″

Alden – 9.0″

Williamsville – 8.9″

Buffalo (NWS Office) – 8.4″

Akron – 8.0″

Springville – 8.0″

Orchard Park – 6.0″

Boston – 6.0″

West Falls – 6.0″

Colden – 5.5″

East Aurora – 5.5″

Elma – 5.5″

West Seneca – 4.0″

Hamburg – 4.0″

South Wales – 3.0″

Genesee County

Oakfield – 11.0″

Stafford – 8.0″

Pavilion – 6.5″

Jefferson County

Henderson – 15.0″

West Carthage – 13.0″

Theresa – 7.5″

Lewis County

Lowville – 12.1″

Constableville – 12.0″

Beaver Falls – 11.0″

Highmarket – 9.7″

Watson – 9.5″

North Osceola – 8.0″

Monroe County

Irondequoit – 16.0″

Greece – 15.5″

Spencerport – 15.0″

Ogden Center – 14.0″

Chili Center – 14.0″

Rochester – 13.1″

Rochester (Airport) – 12.4″

Webster Village – 11.0″

Webster – 7.7″

Honeoye Falls – 7.5″

Niagara County

Gasport – 18.0″

Lockport – 17.0″

Sanborn – 16.0″

South Lockport – 16.0″

Ransomville – 16.0″

Youngstown – 14.4″

Lewsiton – 14.0″

Pendleton – 14.0″

Cambria – 13.0″

Niagara Falls – 13.0″

North Tonawanda – 11.7″

Niagara Falls (Airport) – 10.8″

Orleans County

Holley – 14.0″

Lyndonville – 9.5″

Oswego County

Fulton – 9.5″

Redfield – 7.0″

Minetto – 6.8″

Lacona – 6.3″

Palermo – 5.7″

Sandy Creek – 5.2″

Mexico – 5.1″

Oswego – 3.8″

Wayne County

Newark – 13.5″

Marion – 13.0″

Walworth – 12.5″

Palmyra – 11.9″

Wyoming County

Warsaw (Hill) – 9.0″

Java Center – 6.5″

Silver Springs – 3.0″

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  1. February 9, 2013 at 3:16 pm

    Chris: Interesting to see the greater totals toward the Lake Ontario Shore and the lesser totals in the far southern tier. I had 8.8 inches on Friday in North Tonawanda and 2.0 inches this morning for a storm total of 10.8 inches – my liquid equivalent of the melted snow was 0.72″ with 11 inches on the ground here. I live in the far southern part of North Tonawanda and was 33F for a while yesterday keeping my snowfall totals lower than points further north.

    • February 9, 2013 at 6:55 pm

      I noticed that the snow at Buffalo State College was very wet compared to what fell on Grand Island. I believe we stayed below 32°F the entire storm which would produce some fluffier snow hence higher amounts. KIAG was a few degrees colder than KBUF was, especially in the morning. It’s always interesting to see how such small differences result in the different measurements.

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