The above map is zoomed-in on the heavier snowfall totals from the last 24-36 hours across the Northeast. The darker purple shaded areas relate to 6-8 inches of snow, while the initial lavender shaded areas indicate 8-12 inches.
You can view specific reports at this link. Select "Snowfall" under the "Element" menu at the top of the page, and pan back to the West to grab the totals.
I've noted several 9-12 inch amounts in and around Warsaw, NY, Colden, NY and Sylvania, PA. Sinclairville, NY appears to hold the highest snowfall total (at least as reported) at 15 inches.
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