SYRACUSE, NY (WYSR-TV) A late-season April Nor’easter dumped up to a foot or more of heavy wet snow across parts of Central New York late Monday night into Tuesday morning.

This led to a slow Tuesday morning commute and numerous power outages for many in Tompkins, Cortland, Chenango, Madison, Oneida, and southern Onondaga counties (and most of the Southern Tier) where the most snow fell.

NYSEG’s Manager of Corporate Communications Julio Saenz talked with NewsChannel 9 Tuesday and gave update to those were left without power. You can watch it in the video player below:

While those in the higher elevations of approximately 1,000ft or more had very heavy snow, other areas including Syracuse and the surrounding suburbs, especially north and west, saw much lighter snowfall totals with hardly any accumulating on the pavement.

Here’s a list of snowfall reports from the National Weather Service as of 9am Tuesday:

TOWNAMOUNT (inches)COUNTY
Virgil18Cortland
Erieville16.3Madison
Belden15Broome
Marathon15Cortland
Harford14.5Cortland
NWS Binghamton14.2Broome
Afton14Chenango
Clayville14Oneida
Solon13.8Cortland
Paris13.5Oneida
Port Crane13Broome
Norwich13Chenango
Windsor12.5Broome
Guilford11Chenango
Corltand10.6Cortland
Perryville10.5Madison
Freeville10.5Tompkins
Homer10.5Cortland
Sauquoit10Oneida
Pompey10Onondaga
Danby10Tompkins
Highmarket9.8Lewis
DeRuyter9Madison
Vernon Center9Oneida
Waterville9Oneida
Newfield8.7Tompkins
Onondaga8.5Onondaga
Vestal8.4Broome
Point Rock8.2Oneida
Jamesville8.1Onondaga
Marcellus8Onondaga
Groton8Tompkins
Oxford7.5Chenango
Whitesboro7.2Oneida
Constableville7Lewis
Ithaca6.8Tompkins
Oneida6.5Madison
Johnson City6.2Broome
New York Mills6.1Oneida
Greene6Chenango
Redfield6Oswego
Rome5.8Oneida
Westmoreland5.8Oneida
Holland Patent 5Oneida
Fairmount5Onondaga
Chittenango4.8Madison
Skaneateles4.5Onondaga
Hubbardsville4Madison
Camilllus4Onondaga
Carthage4Jefferson
Auburn3.8Cayuga
Syracuse3Onondaga
Adams Center3Jefferson
Lowville2Lewis
Clay 1.9Onondaga
Baldwinsville1.7Onondaga
Liverpool1.2Onondaga
Lacona1.2Oswego
Mexico0.8Oswego
Brewerton0.5Onondaga
Minetto0.5Oswego
Fulton0.3Oswego
Snowfall reports from the National Weather Service as of 12pm Tuesday 4-19-22

The 2-day snowfall total at the National Weather Service in Binghamton at the Greater Binghamton Airport in the Town of Maine as of 10am Tuesday is 14.2″

This breaks the all time April record for 2-day snowfall. The previous record was 13.6″ set in April 15-16 2007.

The one day snowfall since midnight for April 19th is 11″ as of 10 am Tuesday. This breaks the record snowfall for April 19th of 6.9″ set in 1983. The highest one day snowfall total in April is 11.7″ set on April 16th, 2007.

This is also the latest date for one day snowfall of at least 11″ on record in Binghamton.