Thursday's snowstorm broke records in the Hudson Valley, with parts of the area seeing close to two feet of snow. Here's a complete look at snowfall totals for the region.

The following snow totals are according to the National Weather Service:

Orange County

  • Mount Hope: 18.3  Inches
  • Gardnertown: 13.0  Inches
  • Newburgh:  11.3 Inches
  • Walden: 11.0 Inches
  • Montgomery: 10.5 Inches
  • Goshen: 10.2 Inches
  • Highland Mills: 10.2 Inches
  • Vails Gate: 10.0 Inches
  • Otisville: 10.0 Inches
  • Middletown: 9.2 Inches
  • Monroe: 9.0 Inches
  • Cuddebackville: 9.0 Inches
  • New Windsor: 9.0 Inches
  • Warwick: 9.0 Inches
  • Westtown: 8.8 Inches

 

Dutchess County

  • 1 S Poughkeepsie: 11.7 Inches
  • Hopewell Junction: 11.0 Inches
  • Wappingers Falls: 10.1 Inches
  • Arlington: 10.0 Inches
  • 2 SSE Poughkeepsie: 9.8 Inches
  • Lagrange: 9.8 Inches
  • 2 SSW Lagrange: 9.8 Inches
  • Poughquag: 9.5 Inches
  • Wassaic: 9.1 Inches
  • Poughkeepsie: 8.9 Inches
  • Rhinebeck: 7.5 Inches
  • 3 NE Lagrange: 7.4 Inches
  • Millbrook: 7.1 Inches
  • Red Hook: 6.5 Inches
  • Hyde Park: 6.0 Inches

Ulster County

  • Wallkill: 11.0  Inches
  • Kingston: 9.5 Inches
  • Esopus: 9.5 Inches
  • Ulster Park: 9.0 Inches
  • Hurley: 6.1 Inches

Putnam County

  • Patterson: 8.5 Inches
  • Brewster: 7.6 Inches
  • Putnam Valley: 7.4 Inches
  • Cold Spring: 7.1 Inches
  • Mahopac: 7.0 Inches

According to Hudson Valley Weather, it's the highest widespread snowfall in the Hudson Valley on record for a storm on or before Nov. 15.