Snow reports from Saturday storm

The fast and furious storm dumped more than 6″ of snow on a large portion of Southern New England, and nearly a foot on the hardest hit locations in E CT, W RI and Southern Worcester County. Officially, at TF Green Airport, the totals was 7.6″ – matching last winter’s single-day highest total. For the season TF Green has received 10.6″ of snow, about 1″ above normal. Worcester received 9.3″ of snow from the storm, and now has a 10″ surplus for the season. Hartford is also running well above normal this season after receiving  6.8″ of snow from the storm. Boston still has a snow deficit for the year because most of the storm was rain before a quick flip to snow near the end. 2.6″ fell at Logan Airport.

Snow Totals
City Saturday December Season Season Normal Last Year
Providence 7.6″ 9.3″ 10.6″ 9.5″ 2.3″
Boston 2.6″ 3.4″ 3.8″ 9.5″ 1.0″
Harford 6.8″ 12.6″ 15.5″ 8.7″ 12.3″
Worcester 9.3″ 18.4″ 26.2″ 16.1″ 16.3″

The National Weather Service has compiled a thorough list of the snowfall totals from the storm. The list can be viewed graphically on an interactive map.

Right Weather - Final Snow Totals - December 29, 2012
Right Weather – Final Snow Totals – December 29, 2012

Fred Campagna

President and Chief Meteorologist - Right Weather LLC AMS Certified Consulting Meteorologist #756 AMS Certified Broadcast Meteorologist #126

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