Map: How much snow did you get?

Plymouth, MA- February 09, 2017: Craig McDonald carries  his shovel while working Main Street in Plymouth, MA on  February 09, 2017. The National Weather Service Thursday afternoon expanded a blizzard warning to include areas further inland on the South Shore and in Southeastern Massachusetts as heavy snow fell and winds whipped the state. (Globe staff photo / Craig F. Walker) section: metro reporter:
Craig McDonald carries a shovel Thursday on Main Street in Plymouth. –Craig F. Walker / The Boston Globe

Blizzard conditions, and even some thunder snow, rolled through Massachusetts Thursday, as the state largely came to a halt.

On Friday morning, the National Weather Service released its final unofficial snowfall map, with observed totals from spotters.

 

According to the map, 19 inches of snow were reported in East Hartford, Connecticut, while Ludlow, Massachusetts, saw 18. Roughly a foot was reported in areas closer to Boston.

The storm also brought strong winds to the region, as can be seen in this chart:

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