The season’s first major winter storm is in the books for Massachusetts — and the initial numbers for snow accumulations are in for the Bay State.
The National Weather Service released a map on Wednesday of the preliminary accumulations from the “significant” winter storm, which impacted the region from Sunday through Tuesday.
“Note that it only goes through Tuesday, Dec. 3 at 7 a.m. so stay tuned for updated maps!” service meteorologists wrote.
It is estimated that parts of the Bay State saw more than a foot of snow, while totals in eastern Massachusetts ranged from 2 to 8 inches.
See the initial totals below: