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How Much? New England Snow Totals March 20-21, 2024

An interesting clipper system sped through New England, along with its cold front, leading to scattered snow squalls on Wednesday. Multiple instances of thundersnow were reported in Vermont and Massachusetts. Later in the evening, the storm strengthened as it made its toward Maine, leading to a more organized snow fall. Here are the latest numbers from the past 24 hours or so.



MAINE

Abbot 14 inches

Blanchard 14 inches

Saint Pamphile 13 inches

Kingsbury 12 inches

Solon 11 inches

Dover-Foxcroft 8.4 inches

Allagash 8 inches

Rangeley 8 inches

Canaan 7.2 inches

Otisfield 6.5 inches

Cornville 6.3 inches

Dallas 5.8 inches

Fort Kent 5.5 inches

Caribou 5.2 inches

New Sharon 5 inches

Bangor 4.9 inches

Madawaska 4.5 inches

Anson 4 inches

Andover 3.5 inches

Gray 3 inches

Seawall 2 inches

Danforth 1.5 inches


NEW HAMPSHIRE

Mt. Washington 8 inches

Carroll 7.2 inches

Northumberland 6 inches

Sugar Hill 5.5 inches

Whitefield 5 inches

Freedom 4.8 inches

Jefferson 4.5 inches

Plymouth 3.3 inches

Canterbury 1 inch



VERMONT

Morgan 10 inches

Nashville 8.8 inches

Underhill 8.3 inches

Waterbury 7.7 inches

Jericho 6.8 inches

Greensboro 6.5 inches

Warren 6 inches

Maidstone 5.7 inches

Sutton 5.1 inches

Starksboro 5 inches

Wheelock 4.5 inches

Woodbury 4.3 inches

Groton 4 inches

Landgrove 3.8 inches

Westfield 3 inches

South Burlington 2.7 inches

Ludlow 2.5 inches

Danville 2 inches

Rutland 1.5 inches

Hartland 1 inch


MASSACHUSETTS

Savoy 2.4 inches

Great Barrington 1.3 inches

Pittsfield 1 inch


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