The snow was unrelenting in the Hudson Valley Tuesday as inches fell by the hour. The Hudson Valley saw among the heaviest snowfall totals in the northeast, with over two feet reported in some areas.

The intense winds created high snowdrifts, which seemed to make piles of snow that much deeper.

The National Weather Service bureaus in Albany, New York City and Binghamton released unofficial snowfall reports from spotters in Dutchess, Orange, Putnam, Sullivan and Ulster counties.

The results reported after 2PM Tuesday include the following:

Dutchess County

Annandale-On-Hudson, 17.5 inches at 3:30 PM
LaGrange, 18 inches at 4:45 PM
Pine Plains, 26 inches at 3:15PM
Poughquag, 17.5 inches at 3:15PM
Red Oaks Mill, 26 inches at 2:55PM
Rhinebeck, 18.5 inches at 3PM
Salt Point, 19 inches at 2:40PM

Orange County

Berea, 17.5 inches at 5:22PM
Cornwall Landing, 18 inches at 4PM
Gardnertown, 20 inches at 330PM
Goshen, 22 inches at 4:46PM
Highland Mills, 18.4 inches at 2PM
Montgomery, 23.5 inches at 2:33PM
Mount Hope, 23 inches at 2:33PM
New Windsor, 17 inches at 2:56PM
Warwick, 16 inches at 2:33PM

Putnam County

Cold Spring, 14.6 inches at 5:02PM
Mahopac, 13.4 inches at 3:45PM

Sullivan County

Callicoon Center, 24 inches at 3:16PM

Ulster County

Highmount, 18 inches at 2:50PM
Highland, 17 inches at 3:24PM
Kingston, 22 inches at 2PM
Phoenicia, 23.7 inches at 5:53PM
Pine Hill, 20 inches at 3:37PM

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