Massachusetts And New Hampshire Snow Totals From Monday's Storm

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BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio) — Most parts of Massachusetts are digging out from at least a few inches of snow after Monday's storm. Most places around Greater Boston picked up a few inches, with about one inch on the ground at Boston's Logan Airport. The worst of the snow was north of Worcester and along Cape Ann. New Hampshire was hardest hit, with the southern and central parts of the state picking up well over a foot in many places.

Top ten totals for Massachusetts:

  • Sterling 7.8 in
  • New Salem 7.7 in
  • Ashburnham 7.5 in
  • Princeton 7.2 in
  • Plainfield 7.0 in
  • Pepperell 6.8 in
  • Peabody 6.5 in
  • Newburyport 6.3 in
  • Ashby 6.3 in
  • Burlington 6.2 in

Top ten totals for New Hampshire:

  • Sunapee 17.0 in
  • Ossipee 16.5 in
  • South Tamworth 16.0 in
  • Brookfield 15.1 in
  • Spofford 15.0 in
  • Concord 14.6 in
  • Tilton 14.5 in
  • Sanbornton 14.5 in
  • Warner 14.0 in
  • Windsor 14.0 in

Another snowstorm is expected to hit New England on Wednesday, bringing at least a few inches of snow to most of the state before a change over to rain.

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