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Map: Here’s how much snow has been reported across Massachusetts

"A short distance between a few inches of snow to 20"+!!"

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The National Weather Service is tracking how much snow the nor’easter dropped across Massachusetts, and much of the coast — including Boston — missed the bulk of the storm.

The reported totals are much higher to the west and north of the city, according to reports shared by the service just before 7 p.m. on Tuesday. The reported statewide high is two feet in Lowell, and most of Northeastern, Central, and Western Massachusetts got well over a foot of snow.

Southeastern Massachusetts, particularly Plymouth County and Cape Cod, got much less snowfall, reaching only a few inches at most. The area from around Cape Ann to Boston Harbor also missed most of the snow.

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“Notice the sharp snowfall gradient in the I-95/RT-128 corridor of #RI & Eastern #MA!,” service forecasters wrote. “A short distance between a few inches of snow to 20″+!! A BIG thank you to our snow observers.”

Below, the totals reported in several Massachusetts towns, according to the service. Most of the following reports are from late Monday night through Tuesday evening, but the totals for Plymouth and Suffolk counties and the city of Cambridge — areas that got little accumulation — are from earlier Monday. Berkshire County is reported separately by the NWS Albany office.

Berkshire County
Cheshire–17.4 inches
Adams–16.0 inches
Peru–16.0 inches
Becket–15.5 inches
Lenox–12.5 inches
Lanesborough–12.0 inches
Stockbridge–11.5 inches
SE Pittsfield–10.0 inches

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Bristol County
Norton–3.5 inches
North Dartmouth–3.5 inches
Attleboro–3.0 inches
Assonet–2.0 inches
Acushnet–1.5 inches
New Bedford–1.0 inches

Essex County
West Newbury–20.0 inches
Methuen–18.3 inches
Andover–18.2 inches
North Andover–18.0 inches
Bradford–17.0 inches
Newburyport–17.0 inches
Byfield–16.5 inches
Haverhill–16.5 inches
Amesbury–13.0 inches
Boxford–10.5 inches
Topsfield–5.5 inches
West Peabody–4.0 inches
Saugus–3.8 inches
Lynn–2.8 inches
Swampscott–2.0 inches
Ipswich–1.5 inches
Peabody–1.2 inches

Franklin County
East Hawley–17.0 inches
Turners Falls–12.o inches
Colrain–10.0 inches
Orange–10.0 inches
Whately–8.5 inches
Rowe–8.5 inches
Greenfield–8.5 inches
Leyden–8.0 inches

Hampden County
Southwick–13.3 inches
West Springfield–12.0 inches
Feeding Hills–11.7 inches
Springfield–11.6 inches
Wilbraham–10 inches

Hampshire County
Westhampton–14.0 inches
Southampton–13.5 inches
Huntington–12.5 inches
Granby–10.5 inches
Amherst Center–8.2 inches

Middlesex County
Lowell–24.o inches
East Acton–21.8 inches
Hudson–20.9 inches
Littleton–20.4 inches
Billerica–20.1 inches
Wilmington–20.0 inches
Tewksbury–19.8 inches
Dracut–19.6 inches
North Chelmsford–19.5 inches
Burlington–18.2 inches
Lexington–18.2 inches
Townsend–18.2 inches
Winchester–18.2 inches
Tyngsboro–18.0 inches
Bedford–17.5 inches
Westford–17.5 inches
Acton–17.0 inches
North Reading–16.5 inches
Hopkinton–16.5 inches
Winchester–16.4 inches
Framingham–16.0 inches
Stow–16.0 inches
Concord–14.5 inches
Marlborough–14.0 inches
Natick–13.0 inches
Maynard–12.0 inches
Sudbury–12.0 inches
Pepperell–11.5 inches
Reading–11.0 inches
Newton–8.5 inches
West Newton–7.5 inches
Cambridge–2.4 inches

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Norfolk County
Milton–14.3 inches
Blue Hill Coop–12.7 inches
Norwood–10.6 inches
Foxborough–7.6 inches
Millis–7.0 inches
Walpole–6.0 inches
Randolph–4.6 inches

Plymouth County
Whitman–2.3 inches
Rockland–1.2 inches
Norwell–1.0 inches

Suffolk County
West Roxbury–3.8 inches
Chelsea–2.8 inches
Charlestown–1.3 inches
Logan Airport–1.2 inches
Winthrop–1.0 inches

Worcester County
Athol–22.0 inches
Bolton–19.0 inches
North Ashburnham–18.6 inches 
Ashburnham–18.4 inches
Westborough–18.4 inches
Sterling–18.3 inches
Lunenburg–18.2 inches
Fitchburg–18.1 inches
Shrewsbury–18.0 inches
Leominster–17.9 inches
Clinton–17.2 inches
Holden–17.2 inches
North Grafton–17.0 inches
Worcester Airport–16.5 inches
Northbridge–16.5 inches
Hubbardston–16.5 inches
Worcester–16.1 inches
Leicester–16.0 inches
Northborough–15.5 inches
Auburn–15.2 inches
Holden–15.1 inches
Bolyston–14.7 inches
Winchendon–14.0 inches
Douglas–13.5 inches
Milford–13.5 inches
Lancaster–13.0 inches
NW Sturbridge–12.0 inches
Mendon–12.0 inches
Grafton–12.o inches
Hopedale–11.5 inches
Southbridge–11.2 inches
Charlton–11.0 inches
Spencer–10.0 inches
West Warren–8.0 inches
Blackstone–7.0 inches

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