Snow isn't unheard of in New York in April, but this nor'easter dropped some significant springtime snow. The heavy, wet accumulations were enough to damage trees and cause power outages for about 100,000 customers.

Localized totals topped a foot, but it all depended on location. In general, the higher elevations, especially in the eastern half of the state, picked up the most.

The interactive map below shows snowfall reports published by the National Weather Service through 5 p.m. on Tuesday, April 19. You can also send us your snowfall photos.