It was not a huge doozy of a storm, but some areas in the Capital Region did end up getting a good amount of snow on Monday, December 11, 2023.

While most areas at lower elevations ended up getting just a coating and no one saw the foot of snow that was predicted in some areas over the weekend,  some cities and towns around the Capital Region saw some decent accumulations. Most of the bigger snowfall numbers fell in Green, Schoharie, and Schenectady Counties with several towns getting 8 inches of snow according to National Weather Service spotter reports.

Check out these snowfall totals below from throughout the region!

Capital Region/Upstate NY Snowfall Totals For Dec.ember 11, 2023

Winter finally made its presence known today and we did not get quite the amount expected, some decent snow accumulations reached many areas surrounding the Capital Region of New York. Check out the snowfall totals below from several communities throughout the region, according to National Weather Service spotters!

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