Here are snow totals from across New Hampshire

The state saw a few inches to a foot of snow accumulation.

Snow totals New Hampshire
Dan Sanderson, of Keene, N.H., finishes clearing out his driveway. –Kristopher Radder / The Brattleboro Reformer via AP

Snow fell on New Hampshire for most of Sunday as the region experienced its first major winter storm of 2019. Total accumulation ranged from a few inches in the southern parts of the state to more than a foot in the northern parts of the state.

Ski areas were among the bigger winners in the storm, as the new snow was a welcomed addition. Elsewhere, residents dealt with difficult road conditions as the snow continued to fall throughout the day.

At Loon Mountain in Franconia, reports came in around 1:30 p.m. of 10 inches. Attitash recorded 9 inches earlier in the morning, while Cannon Mountain skiers also enjoyed fresh powder.


Here’s a glance at some of the snow totals from around New Hampshire, as noted by the National Weather Service on Sunday:

Pittsburg: 19 inches (11 a.m.)

Shelburne: 15.3 inches (6:37 p.m.)

Bartlett: 12 inches (3:41 p.m.)

Chesterfield: 10 inches (6:45 p.m.)

Franconia: 9 inches (1:28 p.m.)

Derry: 7.9 inches (1:20 p.m.)

Henniker: 6.5 inches (8:19 p.m.)

Gilmanton: 6 inches (6:36 p.m.)

Manchester: 5.6 inches (4:50 p.m.)

Concord: 4.5 inches (3:42 p.m.)