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How Much? New England Snow Totals January 6, 2023

While Friday's storm was not able to develop into a major system bringing blizzard conditions, it was strong enough to drop several inches of snow, cover roads and break out the plows and shovels. Here is a look at the totals, from the National Weather Service:


EASTERN MASSACHUSETTS:

Ashby: 4 inches

Tewksbury: 2.3 inches

Topsfield: 2 inches

Lexington: 2 inches

Wilmington: 1.5 inches

Winchester: 1.3 inch

Boston: 0.2 inches


CENTRAL MASSACHUSETTS:

Petersham: 3.7 inches

Holden: 3.5 inches

Lunenburg: 3 inches

Worcester: 2.2 inches

Sutton: 1 inch


SOUTHERN NEW HAMPSHIRE:

Deering: 4 inches

Windsor: 3.5 inches

Portsmouth: 3.4 inches

Milford: 3 inches

Stratham: 2.9 inches

Merrimack: 2.5 inches

Concord: 2 inches

Nashua: 1.3 inches

Manchester: 1 inch


WESTERN NEW HAMPSHIRE:

Claremont: 3.5 inches

Newport: 3.5 inches


CENTRAL NEW HAMPSHIRE:

Tilton: 3.1 inches

Laconia: 2 inches

Meredith: 1.9 inches


NORTHERN NEW HAMPSHIRE:

Freedom: 4.8 inches

Bristol: 2.8 inches


SOUTHERN MAINE:

Kennebunkport: 2.7 inches

Topsham: 2.5 inches

Cumberland: 2.5 inches

Limington: 2 inches

Gorham: 1.9 inches

Lewiston: 1.9 inches

Hollis: 1.6 inches

Portland: 1.8 inches


EASTERN MAINE:

Farmington: 1.3 inches






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