NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – A big winter snowstorm blew into the Tri-State Area Friday morning.
Fortunately, there have been no main energy outages reported, and whereas there was positively disruption on the rails and roads, the storm didn’t deliver the sorts of great injury and disruption earlier storms have.
READ MORE: Snow Piles Up On Long Island, Totals Reach 8 Inches In Places From Season’s First Major Winter Storm
So who received essentially the most snow?
According to the National Weather Service, as of 8:05 a.m.:
In New York, there have been 8.4 inches at LaGuardia Airport, 8.3 inches in Syosset, and eight inches in East Williston. In the Bronx, 7.1 inches fell.
READ MORE: Bon Jovi Announces 2022 Tour Dates, But None In New Jersey So Far
In New Jersey, there have been 6 inches in Union, 5.7 in Harrison, and 5.4 inches in Fair Lawn.
In Connecticut, Higganum in Middlesex County received 11 inches of snow. North Haven racked up 10.5 inches.
Click right here to verify the newest forecast.
MORE NEWS: New York City Urges Use Of Mass Transit Due To Messy Road Conditions; DSNY Deploys 1,600 Plows