That was quite the storm.

Well, that was interesting, to say the least. LOL! As we continue to dig out, the National Weather Service out of Albany New York just tweeted out that we just experienced one of the biggest snowstorms in December.

They wrote, "Official storm-total snowfall from Albany International Airport Dec 1-3, 2019 is 22.6 inches. This marks the 8th biggest snowstorm of ALL-TIME, and the 4th biggest December snowfall on record at ALB. This is also the most snow in one storm since the March 13-14, 1993 Superstorm."

Yes, we got hit pretty hard, but how hard? Living in the Hudson Valley for as long as we have, we all know that the snow totals can be so different depending on where you are. Some storms we get just a dusting in Dutchess county and like 6 plus inches in Ulster.

So we ask, how much snow did you get in your neck of the woods? Call or text us through the Wolf app and let us know. As far as the official snow total for the Poughkeepsie area, we broke out our official snow total stick and measured outside of the Wolf studios...

10 inches is what we got, how about you? So far we got text messages from all across the Valley including, 8 in Washingtonville, 9 in Pine Bush, 10 in Kingston, 14 in Wurstboro, 10 in New Paltz.

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