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    Default December 19-20 Storm Totals

    So how much snow did everyone end up with?

    7.3" at my house in Darien, CT.

    Looks like places on Long Island are going to be the winners. I see Upton, NY reporting 24.9" with probably a few more inches on top of that still to be reported.
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    It was hard to measure here (central Rhode Island) due to all the drifting. My guess is somewhere between 13 and 15". The drifts are well over 3 feet in places.
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    I'm in Denver, but my sister in Sound Beach, NY reported approx. 20 - 25 inches with drifts up to 3 feet.
    <edit> It's gonna be 55 here today!

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    We got approx 2 feet in different places here in MD. I measured about 23 inches at my house in Crofton. The official tally at BWi is 21 inches.
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    In and right around Philadelphia, I think it was reported that we received 24 inches with drifts up to three feet deep. I love it!!!
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    we had about 12" at my house but south of me there was 22"
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    The weatherstations are telling us we got 20 inches here but boy do we have some big drifts.Up to my waist in some spots.

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    Can someone tell me what the record high temperature is on Mt Washington?

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    I'm envious. Here in Toronto we had received snow several times over the past couple weeks however due to our protective dome of smog there is nothing on the ground in the city. Looks like it will be another brown Christmas in TO. I can get to snow, but I have to drive out of the city to find it.

    I can't wait until I'm in the White Mountains in ten days ... ah ya.

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    I am a few miles south of Mark in RI and measured 17 inches along my front walk to the driveway but several places in the driveway were above the 21 inch height of my snowblower.
    Gene .. just one more Swamp Yankee from RI.

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