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And the 'winner' of WNY's winter 2014-15 is...

Wyoming, N.Y.

In all, 252.7 inches of snow fell over the quaint gaslight village in north central Wyoming County between October and April, according to the Buffalo office of the National Weather Service's snowfall summary.

Two Erie County communities scored in the 200-inch club, which was good enough for the region's top five overall list: Colden and Wales.

The official weather station at Buffalo Niagara International Airport received 112.9 inches of snow. It was down from 129.9 inches last year, but still higher than the 30-year average of 94.7 inches.

Here's a list of Western New York's Top 10 and the snowfall inch counts:

1. Wyoming, 252.7"

2. Colden, 231.3"

3. Bennington, 223.4"

4. Perrysburg, 215.8"

5. Wales, 204.8"

6. Warsaw, 195.1"

7. Springville, 193.6"

8. East Aurora, 183.1"

9. Elma Center, 181.5"

10. Boston, 179.1"

For the complete list, visit the weather service's data site at



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