Here's how much it snowed in various places all around New York State this winter

new york state snow totals 2017-2018

There's a clickable map, too. (Because of course there is.)

May starts this week, so that probably means we're finished with snow for the season. Though April apparently decided to get a few more flakes in before exiting.

So to bid a final farewell to this past winter, here's a clickable map of snow totals from around New York State for the season. Some of them are bonkers.

By the way: Wednesday and Thursday this week both have forecasted highs in the 80s.

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These snow totals were published by the National Weather Service Eastern Region HQ on its Facebook page (and Twitter) April 27. So it's very possible that a few spots have added to their totals since then.

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It's at the top in large large format -- click or scroll all the way up.

A few quick things

+ Albany got 77 inches of snow, which is a bit snowier than a typical winter.

+ Many of the highest totals were the places you'd expect: the areas just to the east of Lake Ontario and Lake Erie. #lakeeffect

+ Some of the spots in these regions get bonkers-level snowfalls during the winter. Redfield, New York -- on the Tug Hill Plateau in Oswego County -- clocked in at not-quite 388 inches of snow. (That's roughly 32 feet.) It got 350 inches the winter before.

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