Winter Storm Ezekiel blasted the region for around 72 hours, leaving some residents with over two feet of snow. Here are snowfall totals across the Hudson Valley.

According to Hudson Valley Weather, the northern parts of the Hudson Valley were hit with over 24 inches of snow, while residents in the southern zone only receiving a coating to few inches of snow.

Late Monday is when the snow really picked up, putting the Hudson Valley in the snowfall range Hudson Valley Weather originally predicted. Hudson Valley Weather's final forecast predicted 6 to 12 inches of snow in most of Dutchess, Ulster and Orange counties as well as the Taconics, 4 to 9 inches of snow in Putnam County, 2 to 6 inches of snow in Rockland and Westchester counties, 8 to 14 in Sullivan County and 10 to 20 in the Catskills.

"Keep in mind the first round of snow was severely compressed by the sleet so final totals will be higher than what may be presently on the ground," Hudson Valley Weather wrote on Facebook Tuesday morning.

The National Weather Service, New York, NY reports Middletown with 13.2 inches of snow, Monroe 11.3, Warwick 10.0 and Newburgh 9.1.

The National Weather Service out of Albany, which covers Dutchess and Ulster counties notes over 22 inches were recorded at Albany International Airport making it the eighth biggest snowstorm of all-time and the fourth biggest December snowfall on record in Albany. It was also the most snow seen in the Captial Region since the March 13-14, 1993 "Superstorm."

In Dutchess County, Red Hook topped the county with 16 inches of snow, followed by Rhinebeck at 14.7, Poughkeepsie 13.0, Hyde Park 10.0, Lagrange 8.0, Wappinger Falls 8.0, Millbrook 7.7, Hopwell Junction 7.0, Millbrook 7.0 and Poughquag 4.0 inches of snow.

Phoenica topped Ulster County with 16 inches of snow, Ulster Park 12.2, Kerhonkson 12.0, Hurley 11.9 and Esopus 10.8.

Greene County ranged from 25.5 inches of snow to 14.5. Columbia County topped out with 20.5 inches of snow.

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