It's been a snowy winter here in Central New York, but the total amounts vary by many inches from one location to another.  Camden leads the area so far this winter, with a total of over 112 inches of snow.  Meanwhile, Richfield Springs has had only 43 inches so far this season.  Its easy to see that in most cases, the closer to the "lake effect" area, the greater the snow totals.

Here are the snowfall amounts for towns in our area for this season as reported by the Northeast Regional Climate Center.

Camden   112 inches

Holland Patent   109 inches

Lowville   102 inches

Dolgeville   75 inches

Westmoreland   71 inches

Oneida   66 inches

New Hartford   58 inches

Whitesboro   54 inches

Richfield Springs   43 inches

Leading the entire state is Redfield.  The small Tug Hill town has received nearly 300 inches of snow this season.  And, we still have several weeks of winter weather ahead.