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How Much? New England Snow and Rain Totals January 25-26, 2023

The rain/snow line ended up getting further north than initially anticipated. This led to the storm resulting in less snow totals across northern New England and more sleet and freezing rain. Here are the numbers.


VERMONT SNOW

Alburgh 10 inches

Isle La Motte 8 inches

Newport 7.7 inches

St. Albans 6.8 inches

Averill 6.1 inches

Walden 6 inches

Wheelock 5.8 inches

Milton 5.7 inches

Ludlow 5.5 inches

Burlington 5.1 inches

Lyndonville 5 inches

Sutton 4.8 inches

Middleboro 4.4 inches

Shoreham 3 inches NEW HAMPSHIRE SNOW

Pinkham Notch 7 inches

North Conway 6.7 inches

East Sandwich 6.5 inches

Freedom 6.3 inches

Wolfeboro 6 inches

Tamworth 5.8 inches

Northfield 5.4 inches

New Hampton 5.1 inches

Bristol 4.5 inches

Laconia 5 inches

Northwood 2.4 inches

Rindge 2 inches

Hampstead 1 inch MAINE SNOW

Bethel 11.5 inches

Rockwood 8 inches

Sebago 7.5 inches

Kingfield 7 inches

Turner 6.5 inches

Libson 6 inches

Cumberland Center 6 inches

Rangeley 5 inches

Farmingdale 3.5 inches

Wells 2 inches MASSACHUSETTS RAIN

Orleans 2.5 inches

New Bedford 2.3 inches

Eastham 2.1 inches

Oak Bluffs 1.9 inches

Newburyport 1.5 inches

Fitchburg 1.5 inches

Springfield 1.4 inches

Worcester 1.1 inches

Boston 1 inch


MASSACHUSETTS SNOW

Hawley 3.4 inches

Rowe 2.5 inches

Conway 2 inches

Plainfield 2 inches

Fitchburg 1.2 inches

Ashby 1 inch

CONNECTICUT RAIN

Bristol 2.5 inches

Southington 2.2 inches

Windsor 1.9 inches

Plaincille 1.6 inches

Coventry 1.6 inches

Canton 1.5 inches

Bradley 1.3 inches


CONNECTICUT SNOW

Plainville 1 inch

North Granby 0.7 inches


RHODE ISLAND RAIN

West Warwick 2.1 inches

East Greenwich 2 inches

Middletown 2 inches

Cranston 1.8 inches

Westerly 1 inch



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