The first major snowstorm of the 2020-21 season dumped more snow on New York City than any storm since 2016 with even deeper snowfall upstate (abc7NY).
[The Tri-State area includes New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. The video above also features Pennsylvania.]
The first major snowstorm of the 2020-21 season dumped 10 inches of snow (official) in Midtown, Manhattan in New York City — more than any snowstorm since 2016.
Areas north of New York City were covered in deeper snow. In an area 5 miles north of Danbury, Connecticut, 14.5 inches of snow fell. Several communities reported 10, 11 and 12 inches.
The remarkable snowstorm hit much of Pennsylvania, New York and New England beginning Wednesday.
NYC LIVE Snow Walk ❄⛄ in Manhattan on Wednesday night, December 16, 2020 (SOURCE: ActionKid/more tour videos below).
Those living in and around New York City, Philadelphia and Boston were faced with 6 to 12 inches of snow on the ground in the morning. Snow continued to fall through the morning, and New York’s Central Park snowfall was 10.5 inches by Thursday afternoon December 17, 2020.
Nearly 40 inches of snow fell in Binghamton, New York, where the National Weather Service reported the storm set a new 2-day snowfall record, beating the previous record of 35.3 inches in March 2017. Gov. Andrew Cuomo declared a State of Emergency in 18 counties in New York.
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NYC Snow Storm Walk ❄⛄ Midtown Manhattan on Wednesday December 16, 2020 about three hours after the snow started (SOURCE: ActionKid).
A walk through Midtown Manhattan from Rockefeller Center to Bryant Park and Times Square during a cold December evening Wednesday, December 16, 2020 (SOURCE: Blackened Shadow, NOT NARRATED).
New York City LIVE Blizzard: Snowy Midtown Manhattan, Rockefeller Center, Times Square.