Snowfall totals: How strong has the nor’easter been so far

NEW YORK — Snow blanketed parts of the tri-state area Wednesday, before it’s expected to taper off and make way for a warm-up this weekend.

Snow falls on Jan. 17, 2018, in Wurtsboro, N.Y., where at least 7 inches accumulated. (Courtney Hallinan)

A mix of rain and snow fell in NYC Wednesday, with heavier snowfall occurring inland.

Snowfall totals as of 3:45 p.m., according to the National Weather Service, were:

New York

Nassau County:

  • New Hyde Park 1.0

New York County:

  • Central Park 0.5

Orange County:

  • Monroe 10.5
  • Otisville 8.0
  • Highland Mills 6.7
  • Greenville 5.5
  • Vails Gate 5.5
  • Mount Hope 5.5

Queens County:

  • LaGuardia Airport 0.7
  • Kennedy Airport 0.5
  • Little Neck 0.3

Rockland County:

  • Stony Point 4.2

Suffolk County:

  • Huntington Station 1.3
  • South Huntington 0.5
  • Islip Airport 0.4

Westchester County:

  • Shrub Oak 4.5
  • Montrose 3.0

 

New Jersey

Bergen County:

  • Ridgewood 0.4
  • Franklin Lakes 10.3
  • Mahwah 6.4
  • Park Ridge 3.0
  • Ramsey 1.8
  • Elmwood Park 1.6

Essex County:

  • Cedar Grove 7.2
  • North Caldwell 7.0

Hudson County:

  • Harrison 2.5

Passaic County:

  • West Milford 10.0
  • Wayne 8.0
  • Wanaque 4.0

Union County:

  • Scotch Plains 1.0
  • Newark Airport 0.6

Connecticut

Fairfield County:

  • Newtown 0.6
  • New Farfield 8.0
  • Bethel 5.0
  • Pine Hill 3.4
  • Bridgeport Airport 0.6

The storm is expected to move out of the region Thursday, when advisories issued by the weather service are set to expire.

A winter storm warning is been issued for Sussex County, where 5 to 7 inches is expected, and for Orange and Putnam counties, which should see 3 to 5 inches of accumulation.

Winter weather advisories are also in place for Rockland, Warren, Morris, Hunterdon and Somerset counties, where 2 to 4 inches of snow is expected, but higher amounts up to 6 inches are possible at higher elevations near Interstate 80.

Any snow accumulation in NYC is not expected to stick around.

Highs on Wednesday will reach 38 degrees, before a brief and slight cool down Thursday, expected to have a high of 34 degrees.

A days-long warm-up begins Friday, when the high will be 39 before temps jump to the low 50s Saturday and Sunday.