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How Much? New England Snow & Rain Totals November 27, 2023

A quick-hitting coastal storm delivered a generous amount of snow to parts of northern New England. With marginal temperatures, just a degree or two made all the difference in snow totals. Areas that hovered right around freezing picked up more than expected, with up to a foot being reported in places. Other areas stayed right around where we were expecting, just a couple inches.



VERMONT SNOW

Northfield 12.5 inches

Hyde Park 12 inches

Albany 11 inches

Sheffield 10 inches

Duxbury 9.5 inches

North Calais 9.5 inches

East Warren 9.5 inches

Cabot 9 inches

Barnard 8.5 inches

Waterbury Center 8 inches

Worcester 7.5 inches

Brookfield 7 inches

Landgrove 5 inches

Sutton 4.2 inches

Orleans 3.8 inches


NEW HAMPSHIRE SNOW

Gorham 8 inches

Littleton 4.5 inches

Carroll 2.5 inches

Pittsburg 2 inches



NEW HAMPSHIRE RAIN

Goshen 1.62 inches

Center Conway 1.55 inches

Gorham 1.32 inches

Center Sandwich 1.29 inches

Campton 1.25 inches

Walpole 1.18 inches

New London 1.17 inches

New Hampton 1.1 inches


MAINE SNOW

Madrid 5.3 inches

Rangeley 4.7 inches

Fort Kent 4 inches

Dallas 2.3 inches

Sinclair 2 inches

Caribou 1.5 inches


MAINE RAIN

Waldo 1.87 inches

Farmington 1.7 inches

Belmont 1.69 inches

Temple 1.54 inches

Peru 1.53 inches

Embden 1.52 inches

New Gloucester 1.5 inches

Bethel 1.44 inches

Gray 1.35 inches

Union 1.3 inches

Turner 1.3 inches

Auburn 1.23 inches

Winslow 1.19 inches

Shapleigh 1.04 inches



MASSACHUSETTS RAIN

Adams 1.65 inches

Westfield 1.01 inches


CONNECTICUT RAIN

Ridgefield 1.47 inches

New Canaan 1.24 inches

Bethel 1.1 inches

North Granby 1.06 inches

Salmon Brook 1.05 inches

Bristol 1.04 inches

North Canton 1 inch


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