ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WROC) – One of the biggest snowstorms to hit Rochester in years dumped more than a foot of snow for many from Buffalo through Syracuse. While this data is unofficial, it is what’s being reported from the National Weather Service in Buffalo.

If you would like to submit your snowfall amount, you can do so here. The best way is to measure over a snow board in an open field. If that is not an option, then take three different measurements in an open area that are generally close together and average all three together.

Remember that snow can catch above blades of grass and a ruler can be pushed to the ground, so numbers may be inflated if measuring snow on a grassy surface.

All of the data below is from the National Weather Service, so far. We’ll continue to update this page:

Webster 8.7″
Irondequoit16.0″
Fairport 14.0″
Mendon12.1″
Henrietta 12.0″
Pittsford10.7″
Greece10.0″
Scottsville9.0″
North Gates8.5″
Honeoye Falls7.8″
Perinton8.8″
Churchville9.8″

ORLEANS/GENESEE/WYOMING COUNTIES THROUGH 7AM:

Medina22.0″
Barre14.0″
Batavia17.0″
Le Roy16.0″
Corfu12.0″
Attica18.0″
Warsaw14.0″
Java12.1″
Kendall13.0″
Lakeside9.9″

LIVINGSTON/WAYNE/ONTARIO COUNTIES

Canandaigua12.0″
Geneva8.5″
Newark12.0″
Leicester17.0″
Conesus14.0″

Check back with News 8 WROC as we will continue to update this developing story.