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Here’s how much snow fell during Monday’s winter storm

One area of Massachusetts reported 10 inches of snow.

Snowfall in Drury, MA. David L. Ryan / Globe Staff

As the winter season kicks into high gear, snow has accumulated in several areas of Massachusetts after a “major winter storm” slowly churned through the northeast. To pair with the piling snow, high wind warnings were in effect in parts of coastal New England. 

The National Weather Service said the majority of the snowfall was seen in the western portion of the state. Otis in Berkshire County saw the most snow thus far with up to 10 inches of snow measured by 3:30 p.m. Monday in some parts.

As of Monday morning, parts of Worcester, Franklin, and Berkshire counties have seen the highest reported precipitation, according to NWS Boston and NWS Albany. NWS Albany provides forecast information for Berkshire County.

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Below, see the snow totals reported so far. 

Berkshire County   

  •   Otis – 10.0 in  
  •   Becket – 8.0 in
  •   Pittsfield – 6.8 in 
  •   Great Barrington – 6.0 in 
  •   Pittsfield – 5.7 in
  •   Williamstown – 4.1 in
  •   Stockbridge – 3.5 in 
  •   Lanesborough – 3.5 in 
  •   Sandisfield – 3.5 in 
  •   Pittsfield – 3.0 in 

Bristol County   

  • Dighton – 0.8 in  
  • Boston/Norton –  0.1 in  

Franklin County 

  • East Hawley – 9.9 in    
  • Rowe – 8.1 in   
  • Heath – 8.0 in    
  • Colrain – 6.5 in    
  • Conway – 6.2 in    
  • Colrain – 6.0 in    
  • Sunderland – 4.7 in    
  • Montague – 4.5 in    
  • Shutesbury – 3.0 in    
  • Bernardston – 2.5 in    

Hampden County

  • Hampden – 1.0 in
  • Southwick – 5.4 in
  • Westfield – 3.5 in
  • Chicopee – 2.0 in
  • West Springfield – 1.4 in
  • East Longmeadow – 1.3 in   

Hampshire County

  • Plainfield – 8.1 in   
  • Westhampton – 7.0 in   
  • Williamsburg – 6.0 in   
  • Northampton – 4.6 in   
  • Easthampton – 4.5 in   
  • Amherst – 2.4 in

Middlesex County

  • Pepperell –  5.0 in   
  • Ayer – 4.1 in    
  • Maynard – 3.2 in    
  • Stow – 2.5 in    
  • Hudson – 2.5 in    
  • Acton – 2.4 in    
  • Hopkinton – 2.0 in    
  • Lowell – 2.0 in    
  • Carlisle – 2.0 in   
  • Sherborn – 1.0 in   
  • Holliston – 1.0 in    
  • Wilmington – 0.5 in    
  • Sudbury –  0.5 in   
  • Framingham – 0.2 in  

Norfolk County

  • Franklin – 2.0 in   
  • Medway – 1.1 in    
  • Blue Hill Coop – 0.3 in

Worcester County

  • Westminster – 6.9 in    
  • Sterling – 6.0 in  
  • Holden – 5.5 in   
  • Worcester – 5.5 in   
  • Barre – 5.4 in   
  • Athol – 5.0 in   
  • Phillipston – 5.0 in    
  • Boylston – 4.1 in    
  • Northborough – 3.3 in    
  • Grafton – 3.0 in    
  • Fitchburg – 3.0 in    
  • Westborough – 2.9 in    
  • Warren – 2.7 in    
  • Whitinsville –  2.5 in   
  • Upton – 2.5 in   
  • Milford – 2.0 in   
  • Douglas – 1.6 in   

Plymouth County

  • East Bridgewater – 1.25 in

There are also high wind warnings in effect for coastal areas of New England. Below, see the wind speeds reported so far. Winds have exceeded 60 miles per hour in Barnstable, Essex, Plymouth, and Suffolk counties. 

Barnstable County

  • Wellfleet  – 67 mph  
  • West Dennis – 65 mph    
  • Chatham – 64 mph    
  • Dennis – 59 mph    
  • Chapin – 58 mph    
  • Otis Air Force Base – 56 mph    
  • Hatch Beach – 53 mph    
  • Falmouth – 52 mph    
  • Kalmus – 51 mph   
  • Mashpee – 46 mph   
  • Orleans – 44 mph  
  • Mashpee – 39 mph 

Bristol County

  • New Bedford – 39 mph

Dukes County

  • Martha’s Vineyard Airport – 55 mph

Essex County

  • Beverly – 66 mph   
  • Rockport – 65 mph   
  • Rockport – 62 mph    
  • Newburyport – 55 mph    
  • Beverly Airport – 53 mph    
  • Childrens Island – 46 mph    

Hampshire County

  • Easthampton – 49 mph

Middlesex County

  • Bedford Airport – 52 mph
  • Cambridge – 51 mph

Nantucket County

  • Nantucket Airport –  58 mph
  • Nantucket Harbor – 58 mph

Norfolk County

  • North Weymouth – 57 mph  

Plymouth County

  • Hull – 61 mph    
  • Duxbury Bay – 59 mph    
  • Plymouth Airport – 51 mph    

Suffolk County

  • Revere Beach – 64 mph    
  • Carson Beach – 63 mph    
  • Logan Airport – 54 mph    
  • South Boston – 36 mph    

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