How much snow has fallen in New York? Storm totals for every region

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New York state will see a mixed bag of weather Tuesday.

Portions of Western and Central New York will see a third straight day of snow, with a lake effect system adding up to 3 more inches on top of what everyone received from the weekend storm.

Strong winds and cold temperatures mean a brisk start Tuesday in the Capitol Region, with wind chills going as low as minus 14 in Indian Lake in the Adirondacks.

The mildest weather in New York state will be seen in the lower Hudson Valley on Tuesday, where sunny skies and cooler-than-average temperatures are expected. But blustery conditions are expected throughout the region, with gusts up to 40 mph.

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New York snow storm totals

Here are updated inch counts in New York:

Albany County

Albany: 4.5

Rensselaerville: 12.0

Allegany County

Wellsville: 15.0

Almond: 9

Alfred: 9.8

Short Tract: 12

Broome County

Whitney Point 10

Binghamton: 8.9

Endicott: 9.3

Vestal: 8.0

Chemung County

Horseheads: 11,5

Elmira: 12.5

Cortland County

Homer: 7.5

Dutchess County

Poughkeepsie: 3.0

Rhinebeck: 2.5

Red Hook: 4.0

Erie County

Amherst: 17.5

Buffalo Airport: 20.6

Clarence: 20.0

Grand Island: 17.0

Orchard Park: 16.0

Tonawanda: 21.0

Genesee County

Batavia: 17

Bergen: 14.0

Le Roy: 11.5

Hamilton County

Indian Lake: 13.0

Herkimer County

Dolgeville: 8

Herkimer: 6.0

Livingston County

Conesus: 14.0

Lima: 10.0

Avon: 12

Monroe County

Brockport: 16.6

Churchville: 11.0

Fairport: 8.0

Greece: 13.8

Hamlin: 14.5

Henrietta: 12.0

Honeoye Falls: 12.8

Pittsford: 14.6

Penfield: 11.0

Rochester Airport: 10.0

Webster: 12.5

Montgomery County

Amsterdam: 10.0

New York County

Central Park: 1.35

Midtown Manhattan: 1.77

Niagara County

Lockport: 21.8

Niagara Falls: 20.0

Ontario County

Bristol Harbor: 17.8

Canandaigua: 17.5

Geneva: 9.4

Naples: 12.0

Victor: 13.4

Oneida County

New Hartford: 6.1

Rome: 5.0

Utica: 6.5

Onondaga County

Baldwinsville: 2.5

Syracuse 5.0

Orange County

Middletown: 6.2

Port Jervis: 8.4

Orleans County

Medina: 22

Albion: 12.0

Oswego County

Oswego: 7.5

Saratoga County

Ballston Spa: 7.0

Saratoga Springs: 5.0

Schenectady County

Schenectady: 9.0

Schuyler County

Watkins Glen: 8.0

St. Lawrence County

Potsdam: 6.0

Steuben County

Bath: 13.0

Corning: 12.0

Hornell: 10.0

Tompkins County

Ithaca: 8.4

Newfield: 14

Trumansburg: 10.2

Ulster County

New Paltz: 7.0

Phoenicia: 11.5

Saugerties: 7.0

Warren County

Glens Falls: 3.8

Stony Creek: 16.0

Wayne County

Newark 12.0

Macedon: 7.2

Westchester County

Peekskill: 4.5

New Rochelle: 0.7

Wyoming County

Wyoming: 22.2

Attica: 17.8

Perry: 15.0

Warsaw: 18.5

This article originally appeared on Observer-Dispatch: New York snow totals: How much has fallen in every region

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