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From a blanket of snow in Boston to northern Worcester County and the Berkshires, up to 8 inches fell on Massachusetts Monday morning as a coastal storm was expected to deliver an additional inch of snow before moving out later today. New Hampshire saw up to a foot of snow (in Dunbarton) and southern Maine got 7 inches.

“You have to go north of Lowell and into northern Worcester and Middlesex counties before you see several inches of snow,” said Andrew Logonto, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Norton. “Elevation played a big role in this storm.”

Snow is frozen in western and central Massachusetts, with only snow showers or storms expected in the Boston area and southeastern Massachusetts and across the Cape. All weather advisories have been cancelled.

“Snowfall across the interior ends this morning, with additional accumulations of 1 inch or less” expected, the NWS said Monday morning. “Snow showers southeast of the Boston-to-Providence corridor will continue in places this afternoon and into tonight.”

Here's how much snow fell in various locations across New England based on National Weather Service data from early Monday:


Bristol County

Norton – 0.1 inch

Essex County

Haverhill – 2 inches

Methuen – 1 inch

Hampton County

Southwick – 2.3 inches

Chicory – 2.1 inches

Hamden – 1.8 inches

Holland – 1 inch

West Springfield – 0.5 inches

County of Hampshire

Plain – 5.5 inches

Westhampton – 1 inch

Middlesex County

Ashby – 8.3 inches

Townsend — 5.8 inches

Chelmsford – 1.5 inches

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Lowell – 1.4 inches

Stove – 0.8 inch

Hopkinton – 0.5 inch

County of Suffolk

Boston – 0.2 inch

East Boston — 0.2 inches

Logan Airport – 0.3 inches

Worcester County

Lunenburg – 6.1 inches

Fitchburg – 4.1 inches

Hubbardston – 3.5 inches

Leominster – 3.5 inches

New Hampshire

Hillsborough County

Francistown — 9.3 inches

Manchester — 5.8 inches

Merrimack County

Dunbarton — 12 inches

Concorde — 6.6 inches

Piscataqua County

Portsmouth — 3.6 inches

Rhode Island

Kent County

Harrisville — 1.5 inches

Providence County

Providence — 0.2 inches

TF Green Airport (Warwick) — 0.2 inches



Androscoggin County

Lewiston — 4.8 inches

Cumberland County

Gray — 7 inches

Portland — 4.7 inches

Knox County

Rockland — 4 inches

Waldo County

Liberty — 6.1 inches

Marianne Mizera can be reached at [email protected]. Follow her @MareMizera.

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