BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio) — A long-lasting snow storm began to pull off the coast on Monday after sitting over Greater Boston for a full day. Snow totals were in for much of the state on Monday morning, though the National Weather Service said to expect an additional inch or two on the Cape and South Shore before noon.
The snow followed record warmth on Saturday. Temperatures are expected to plunge deep into the teens in Boston on Monday night.
Here are the top ten snow totals in Massachusetts:
- Marshfield: 9.7 Inches (8:07 AM)
- Westborough:9.6 Inches (7:45 AM)
- Kingston: 9.5 Inches (5:30 AM)
- Douglas: 9.1 Inches (5:16 AM)
- Hanover: 9.0 Inches (8:27 AM)
- Sutton: 9.0 Inches (6:53 AM)
- Taunton: 9.0 Inches (7:51 AM)
- Grafton: 8.8 Inches (4:14 AM)
- Duxbury: 8.8 Inches (8:15 AM)
- Hanson: 8.8 Inches (8:20 AM)
Other communities measuring over eight inches of snow today include:
- Milford: 8.7 Inches (8:15 AM)
- Franklin: 8.5 Inches (5:45 AM)
- Rockland: 8.5 Inches (6:45 AM)
- Stoughton: 8.5 Inches (7:45 AM)
- Sharon: 8.5 Inches (8:01 AM)
- Seekonk: 8.5 Inches (8:01 AM)
- Weymouth: 8.5 Inches (8:30 AM)
- Sherborn: 8.3 Inches (5:30 AM)
- Upton: 8.1 Inches (8:31 AM)
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