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Snowfall totals from Monday storm - Saratoga Springs, 8.3 inches; Schenectady 7

Snowfall totals from Monday storm - Saratoga Springs, 8.3 inches; Schenectady 7

Snowfall totals from Monday storm - Saratoga Springs, 8.3 inches; Schenectady 7
Glen Mathis, of Saratoga Springs, pulls his children Quinn, 5, and Adeline, 3, on a sled Tuesday in Saratoga Springs
Photographer: Erica Miller/Gazette Photographer

The snowstorm Monday hit Saratoga and Warren counties hardest but left unexpected shovelfuls in Schenectady, Albany and across the region.

The Albany Weather Forecast Office’s 24-hour snowfall totals released indicated Lake Desolation in Saratoga County had the highest total in the area at 9 inches. Other areas in Schenectady, Saratoga and Fulton counties weren't far behind.

Snowfall totals by county reported to the National Weather Service as of mid-morning

Saratoga County

  • 9 - Lake Desolation
  • 8.3 - Saratoga Springs
  • 8 - Gansevoort
  • 7.7 - West of Victory
  • 7.6 - Wilton
  • 6.9 - South of Clifton Park Center
  • 6 - North of Clifton Park

Schenectady County

  • 8 - Mariaville
  • 7 - Schenectady
  • 7 - Near Aqueduct, Niskayuna
  • 6.4 - South Schenectady
  • 6.2 - Delanson

Fulton County

  • 8 - Broadalbin

Montgomery County

  • 6.5 - Amsterdam
  • 6.5 - Fonda
  • 5 - Glen

Schoharie County

  • 5 - Gilboa

Albany County

  • 6.5 - Near Colonie
  • 6.2 - Latham
  • 6.1 - Airport
  • 6 - Albany

Warren County

  • 9 - Warrensburg
  • 8 - Glens Falls
  • 8 - Queensbury

Rensselaer County

  • 6.3 - Buskirk

Washington County

  • 9.5 - Hartford
  • 8.5 - Hebron
  • 8.0 - Hudson Falls

National Weather Service: Full List

Photos: Snowy horses at Dolce Vita Stables in Amsterdam

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