BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio) — Most of Massachusetts woke up to between two and four inches of snow on Sunday morning, slightly short of the predicted amounts for the first snowstorm of the year.
It'll be a slightly deeper dig-out for the northern part of the state, which saw an average of five inches, including throughout Dracut, Fitchburg, and Greenfield.
Ahead of the storm, meteorologists had expected up to eight inches of snow in some areas. According to the preliminary reports from the National Weather Service, Topsfield, Lunenburg, and Hudson took the top spot with six inches recorded.
NWS Boston said temperatures will rise into the mid-40's for much of the region throughout Sunday, which will likely be followed by a dip back into the freezing numbers overnight. That means roads could be icy and dangerous late Sunday into holiday Monday.
Here are the rest of the snow fall totals for Massachusetts:
Lunenburg 6.0 inches
North Adams 5.0
Boston Logan Airport 3.0