The storm may have gotten a late start, but caught up quickly. Most of the tri-state area has seen the back edge of it.
As of 9 a.m. snow totals in New York include 4.2" in Central Park, 3" in Tuxedo, 2.9" for Islip, and 1.5" for Lindenhurst.
In New Jersey, Newark saw 4.3" of snow, Hawthorne and Wayne received 4", and Harrison had 3.9".
In Connecticut, Stamford received 4" with Darien not too far behind at 3.5", and Danbury and Norwich both at 2".
With the additional snowfall we are over budget. Normal seasonal snowfall for Central Park is 28.3". So far, this season Central Park has seen 36.1". The record is 75.6" in 1995/1996.
Behind the storm is some of the coldest air of the season. Tonight the city will drop down to 15 degrees, with some areas to the North in the single digits. Tomorrow through Tuesday temperatures will remain in the 20s.Copyright © 2014, The Baltimore Sun