The nor’easter dumped tons of snow in New Hampshire, Vermont, and Maine. Here’s how much.

They have Massachusetts beat on snow totals, hands down.

As the snow piles up, Gina Hanson, of Brattleboro, Vt., walks in the road on Brattleboro's Main Street during Winter Storm Gail on Thursday, Dec. 17, 2020. (Kristopher Radder/The Brattleboro Reformer via AP)
A woman walks in the road on Brattleboro's Main Street during Thursday's storm. –Kristopher Radder/The Brattleboro Reformer via AP

Most of Massachusetts is shoveling out from under almost a foot of snow on Friday, courtesy of the nor’easter that pummeled the region starting mid-week. 

But if you think the Bay State saw sizable accumulations (Newton reported 14.5 inches, while most of the coast and Cape Cod saw significantly less snowfall), towns to the north in Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine are digging out from more than double the snow.

In Vermont, the towns of Ludlow and Springfield received 41 inches of snow, according to the National Weather Service Burlington. More than a few other towns weren’t far behind: Windsor (39), Reading (38), Danby (37.5), and Plymouth (36). 

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New Hampshire saw similar startling snow totals in more than one spot. 

According to the National Weather Service Gray, 42.4 inches were reported in Sanbornton, 40 in Andover, 39 in Gilford, 37 in New Hampton, 36 in Franklin, and 32 in Danbury.

Maine also saw much more snow than Massachusetts, with more than a few towns reporting more than two feet of accumulation, among them: Acton (28 inches), Newfield (26 inches ), Limerick (26 inches), and Gorham (24 inches).

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