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How Much Did You Get: Updated Snowfall Totals From Bridgeport

A pup peeks out at the snow while her owners clear the walkway. Sunday is bright and sunny after Saturday's daylong snowstorm.
A pup peeks out at the snow while her owners clear the walkway. Sunday is bright and sunny after Saturday's daylong snowstorm. Photo Credit: Contributed

FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. — The nor'easter that barreled up the East Coast, bringing steady snow and whiteout conditions in many areas from dawn to dusk Saturday, dropped a foot or more of snow in many spots along the shoreline in Fairfield County.

But the storm was far worse in neighboring New York, where the 26.8 inches that fell in Central Park made for New York City's second largest snowstorm. New Jersey was also slammed by the snowstorm.

Here's a sampling of snowfall totals from Fairfield County, as reported by the National Weather Service:

  • Monroe: 21 inches
  • Norwalk: 16 inches
  • Greenwich: 16 inches
  • Darien: 14.5 inches
  • Stamford: 14 inches
  • Fairfield: 13.5 inches
  • Weston: 13 inches
  • Wilton: 13 inches
  • Bridgeport Airport: 12 inches
  • Shelton: 12 inches
  • New Canaan: 12 inches
  • Easton: 11.5 inches
  • Trumbull: 10.5 inches
  • Ridgefield: 10 inches
  • Danbury: 5 inches

Other areas in Connecticut, mostly along the shoreline, were also hard hit:

  • Haddam; 15.5 inches
  • Guilford; 16 inches
  • Milford; 15.5 inches
  • North Haven: 14.4 inches
  • West Haven: 11.5 inches
  • Hadlyme: 13.5 inches

The storm also slammed New York, where Gov. Andrew Cuomo declared a state of emergency:

  • Bronx Zoo: 27.6 inches
  • Williamsburg: 29 inches
  • Brooklyn: 27 inches
  • Hicksville: 29.6 inches
  • North Merrick: 25.8 inches
  • Massapequa: 25.2 inches
  • Bethpage: 23 inches
  • Central Park: 26.8 inches
  • Lake Carmel: 12 inches
  • Putnam Valley: 11 inches
  • Brewster: 6 inches
  • JFK Airport: 30.5 inches
  • La Guardia Airport: 27.9 inches
  • Staten Island: 31.3 inches
  • Islip Airport: 23.4 inches
  • Port Jefferson: 22 inches
  • Yonkers: 20.5 inches
  • Hastings-On-Hudson: 15 inches
  • Armonk: 14.2 inches
  • Pelham: 14.2 inches
  • White Plains: 13.5 inches
  • Yorktown Heights: 11.5 inches
  • Croton Falls: 11 inches
  • Harrison: 10 inches

But the storm, which moved up the coastline from north to south, was far worse in New Jersey. Here is a selection of snowfall totals:

  • Franklin Lakes: 25.3 inches
  • Tenafly: 24 inches
  • Lyndhurst; 22 inches
  • Newark Airport: 28.1 inches
  • Millburn: 23.5 inches
  • West Orange: 21 inches
  • Kearny: 26.5 inches
  • Hoboken: 26 inches
  • Elizabeth: 27.9 inches

Sunday will bring much-needed relief to the area with sunny skies and a high temperature of about 32. The wind-chill factor, though, will make it feel like it is the teens.

How much did you get? Post a comment here with your snowfall totals or send totals and photos of your snow to Community Editor Frank MacEachern at fmaceachern@dailyvoice.com.

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