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Scenes From Storm That Blankets Hudson Valley

Downtown Pleasantville covered in snow. Photo Credit: Tony Burton
Cross country skiers enjoy the snow in Valhalla Photo Credit: Eileen Farrell
Bedford was hit hard by the snowstorm. Photo Credit: Stacy Geisinger
The Saturday snowstorm in Armonk Photo Credit: Harrison Fontaine
Bethel Nursing Home in Ossining during the snowstorm. Photo Credit: Carol Arruci
Goldens Bridge in the late afternoon. Photo Credit: Bobbe Stultz
Sky after spending the day in the snow Photo Credit: Carol Bloom Stevens
The snowstorm in Ossining. Photo Credit: Chona De Gorostiza
A Winter Wonderland at Wampus Park in Armonk. Photo Credit: Kathy Reilly Fallon
Port Chester during the winter storm Photo Credit: Susan Pace
The scene in Tarrytown during the snowstorm. Photo Credit: Richard Getler
Eight inches of snow fell in Yorktown by late afternoon. Photo Credit: Joanne DeMarco

Daily Voice readers sent in more photos of Saturday's snowstorm that hammered the Hudson Valley.

While no records were broken here, New York City saw its second-highest snowfall total with 26.8 inches before the storm headed east overnight.

In the Lower Hudson Valley, snowfall amounts included 20 inches in Yonkers, a foot in Lake Carmel, 11.5 inches in Yorktown Heights, 13.5 inches in White Plains and 10 inches in Harrison.

Attached are photos from the storm from throughout the area submitted by Daily Voice's team of community advisors.

Send your storm photo to Community Editor Sam Barron at sbarron@dailyvoice.com.

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