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.

—National Weather Service / NOAA

 

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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