March 14, 2017 blizzard snow totals
These totals are via data published by the National Weather Service. And they include measurements reported from Tuesday evening until this morning. As NWS notes, these totals are preliminary and provisional. So, grains of rock salt and all that.
You can click the numbers on the map for more info about the location the total was reported.
(A tip of the hat to Katy DeCorah, whose how-to post a few years ago inspired this map.)
Yep, it snowed a lot Tuesday during the blizzard.
How much? Well, it varied a bit depending on location.
So we rolled together a clickable map of snow totals from around New York and much of the Northeast...
The map is at the top in large format -- click or scroll all the way up.
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