Snowfall totals: How much snow has fallen in NY, NJ, CT so far?

NEW YORK — Snow blanketed parts of the tri-state area Thursday in an early winter storm that caught many by surprise.

Accumulation in Central Park beat records for the date dating back to 1869. It was also the earliest date Central Park recorded 6 inches or more of snow.

Snowfall totals as of 9:35 a.m. Friday, according to the National Weather Service, were:

NEW JERSEY

Bergen County

  • Westwood 7.5
  • Ridgewood 6.7
  • Park Ridge 6.5
  • Franklin Lakes 7.2
  • Allendale 7.5
  • Washington Township 6.9

Essex County

  • Cedar Grove 7.1
  • West Caldwell 6.9

Hudson County

  • Harrison 5.8

Passaic County

  • Hawthorne 7

Union County

  • Plainfield 6.5
  • Newark Airport 6.4
  • Roselle Park 6
  • Westfield 6

NEW YORK

Kings County

  • 1 NE Sheepshead Bay 5
  • Midwood 4.1

Nassau County

  • North Massapequa 5.6
  • Syosset 5.5
  • Manhasset 6.5
  • Plainview 5
  • Bethpage 5
  • Wantagh 4.5
  • East Williston 5

New York County

  • Central Park 6.4
  • Upper West Side 4.8

Orange County

  • Highland Mills 10.2
  • Middletown 9.2
  • Mount Hope 18.3
  • Warwick 9.5
  • Monroe 8
  • New Windsor 11.6
  • Goshen 10.2

Putnam County

  • Brewster 7.6
  • Cold Spring 7.1

Queens County

  • Rego Park 5.0
  • Whitestone 5.4
  • NYC/JFK Airport 4.8
  • NYC/LaGuardia Airport 4.7
  • Elmhurst 4.7

Rockland County

  • New City 6.8
  • Upper Nyack 7.3

Suffolk County

  • Dix Hills 4
  • 1 NNW Brightwaters 5
  • Commack 5
  • Sayville 4.9
  • Yaphank 4.8
  • Upton 4.6
  • Islip Airport 4.3
  • Smithtown 4.1
  • Port Jefferson 4
  • Farmingville 3.8
  • Mount Sinai 3.2
  • Lindenhurst 3.1
  • Orient 3.5
  • Center Moriches 2.5

Westchester County

  • Bronxville 6.3
  • Yorktown Heights 6.2
  • White Plains 7

CONNECTICUT

  • Bethel 8
  • Newtown 8.2
  • Darien 6.8
  • New Canaan 6.4
  • Ridgefield 7
  • Greenwich 4
  • Danbury 7.9

New Haven County

  • New Haven 4.6

New London County

  • Groton 1.8