Winter Storm Caly

   cc_update-greenStatus: Impacted – Resolved

PublishedDecember 12, 2016

Winter Storm Caly is making its final stop in the Northeast region on Monday where snow will fall through the afternoon hours. The storm began its cross-country trek last Thursday in the Pacific Northwest, and then spread into the Midwest over the weekend

Although the storm is not currently affecting any Post Offices, it may still impact delivery to these areas.

States Impacted

Northeast Region – Began 12/11
- Connecticut: 2.4 inches in Staffordville
- Maine: 4 inches in Auburn
- Massachusetts: 6 inches in Lanesborough
- New Hampshire: 4 inches in Atkinson
- New Jersey: 3.2 inches in Wantage
- New York: 7.4 inches in Middle Grove
- Pennsylvania: 7 inches in New Lebanon
- Rhode Island: 2 inches in Burrillville
- Vermont: 5 inches near Wilmington

Midwest Region – Began 12/10
- Illinois: 10.8 inches near Bull Valley
- Indiana: 9 inches near Simonton Lake
- Iowa: 6 inches in Forest City
- Michigan: 11.3 inches in White Lake; 10.7 inches at Detroit-Metro airport
- Minnesota: 12.1 inches near Redwood Falls
- Nebraska: 3 inches near Valentine
- Ohio: 9 inches near Tedrow
- North Dakota: 5 inches near Plaza
- South Dakota: 8.6 inches near Clear Lake
- Wisconsin: 9.1 inches near Palmyra

Western Region – Began 12/8
- Colorado: 18 inches at Arapahoe Ski Basin
- Idaho: Up to 46.1 inches estimated at Galena Summit
- Oregon: 11 inches at Hood River; 7.0 inches in Bend; Over 1/2 inch ice east of – Portland in East Laurelhurst neighborhood
- Montana: 9.5 inches in Columbus Falls
- Nevada: Up to 32 inches at Mount Rose Ski Area
- Utah: 25 inches at Powder Mountain
- Washington: 18.0 inches near Packwood; up to 1/2 inch ice near Maple Valley
- Wyoming: 29.0 inches at Jackson Hole