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Latest Northeast Rain & Snowfall Totals

UPDATED 8:30 PM EDT, April 23, 2012

Compiled By WeatherBug Meteorologists

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A spring nor`easter that started Sunday continues to wallop the eastern Great Lakes and northern Appalachians with heavy snow while rain continues to wipe away some of the significant rainfall deficits across the populated Interstate 95 corridor.

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Here is a look at the highest snow and rainfall totals from this late-season storm:


  • Laurel Summit, Pa.: 18.1 inches
  • Newfield, N.Y.: 10.0 inches
  • Acme, Pa.: 9.0 inches
  • Nanty Glo, Pa.: 9.0 inches
  • Oakland, Md.: 8.0 inches
  • Dansville, N.Y.: 4.5 inches
  • Frostburg, Md.: 4.5 inches
  • Bayard, W.Va.: 3.0 inches
  • McNeill.: 1.6 inches


  • New Boston,, N.H.: 5.04 inches
  • Schenectady, N.Y.: 3.76 inches
  • Altamont, N.Y.: 3.74 inches
  • Biddeford, Maine: 3.65 inches
  • Providence, R.I.: 3.14 inches
  • Chelmsford, Mass.: 3.18 inches
  • Middletown, R.I.: 3.03 inches
  • Greenland, Maine: 3.00 inches
  • California, Md.: 2.72 inches
  • Howell, N.J.: 2.53 inches
  • West Chester, Pa.: 2.41 inches
  • Milford, Pa.: 2.30 inches
  • Trenton, N.J.: 2.09 inches
  • Pennsauken, N.J.: 2.00 inches
  • Huntingtown, Md.: 2.00 inches
  • Wilmington, Del.: 1.95 inches
  • Washington, D.C.: 1.40 inches

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Storm image: Snow blankets western Pennsylvania and western New York. (AP Photos)

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