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.
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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.