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Map: Total snow accumulation across Massachusetts

Here's how much snow fell in your town over the last few days.

(National Weather Service)

As shovelers know, over the past few days in New England, fluffy snow blanketed the region, created slickly iced windshields, and made it so bundling up was required for a chilly step outside.

Some areas in Massachusetts saw more than 7 inches of accumulation, while areas in the western part of the state saw under 2 inches, according to the National Weather Service.

The most accumulation was in Barnstable, with 7.7 inches, observed the service.

Below are the NWS snow totals reported in several Massachusetts counties. Berkshire County is reported separately by the NWS Albany office. Most of total observations below came in either Friday night and Saturday morning, with a few reported on Thursday.

Berkshire County
North Great Barrington–5.2 inches
NNE Stockbridge–4.4 inches
Savoy–4 inches
Cheshire–3.5 inches
Great Barrington–3.1 inches
Stockbridge–3 inches
Sheffield–3 inches
Lanesborough–2.5 inches
Becket–2 inches

Barnstable County
Barnstable–7.7 inches
West Falmouth–7.5 inches
Bourne–6.2 inches
Pocasset–6 inches
East Falmouth–6 inches
Sandwich–6 inches
Brewster–6 inches
Marstons Mills–4.7 inches
Chatham–4.5 inches
East Sandwich–3.5 inches
West Harwich–3.3 inches
South Yarmouth–3 inches
West Yarmouth–3 inches
Eastham–2.8 inches
West Yarmouth–2.3 inches

Bristol County
Dartmouth–7.5 inches
Acushnet–5.5 inches
New Bedford–5.1 inches
Dighton–5 inches
Attleboro–4.5 inches
Norton–4.2 inches
East Taunton–4 inches
Swansea–4 inches
Norton–3 inches
North Attleboro–3 inches
Mansfield–2 inches

Dukes County
Oak Bluffs–5.3 inches
West Tisbury–4.8 inches
Chilmark–4 inches

Essex County
West Peabody–7 inches
Topsfield–6 inches
Ipswich–6 inches
Saugus–5.8 inches
Peabody–5.5 inches
Salem–5 inches
Gloucester–5 inches
Swampscott–5.0 inches
Rockport–4.5 inches
Marblehead–4.3 inches
Newburyport–4.2 inches
Manchester–4 inches
Haverhill–3 inches
Methuen–2.8 inches

Franklin County
Leyden–4.5 inches
Heath–4 inches
Greenfield–3.5 inches
New Salem–3.5 inches
Leverett–2.8 inches

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Hampden County
Southwick–4 inches
Ludlow–3.5 inches
Chicopee–3 inches
East Longmeadow–2.5 inches
Agawam–3 inches
West Springfield–3 inches
Longmeadow–2.5 inches
Hampden–2 inches
Feeding Hills–2 inches
Westfield–1.5 inches

Hampshire County
Easthampton–3.3 inches
Amherst–2.1 inches
North Amherst–1.6 inches

Middlesex County
Cambridge–7 inches
Wilmington–6.5 inches
Melrose–6.4 inches
West Newton–6.2 inches
Wakefield–5.6 inches
Framingham–5.5 inches
Winchester–5.5 inches
Lexington–5.4 inches
Sherborn–5.1 inches
Natick–5 inches
Hudson–4.6 inches
Lowell–4.6 inches
Sudbury–4.5 inches
South Acton–4.4 inches
Acton–4.3 inches
East Acton–4.3 inches
Littleton–4.3 inches
Hopkinton–4.2 inches
Pepperell–4.2 inches
Carlisle–4 inches
North Reading–4 inches
Dracut–3.5 inches
West Townsend–3.4 inches
Tewksbury–3.2 inches
North Chelmsford–1.9 inches
Concord–1.8 inches

Nantucket County
Nantucket–3 inches

Norfolk County
Sharon 7.5 inches
Milton–7.3 inches
Norwood–7 inches
Walpole–7 inches
Braintree–7 inches
Westwood–7 inches
Weymouth–6.6 inches
Randolph–6.3 inches
West Walpole–6 inches
North Weymouth–5.3 inches
Millis–5 inches
Franklin–5 inches
South Weymouth–4.5 inches
Wrentham–3.9 inches
Blue Hill Coop–3.3 inches
Foxborough–5 inches

Plymouth County
Whitman–7.3 inches
Duxbury–6.5 inches
Middleborough–6.5 inches
Rockland–6 inches
Wareham–5.6 inches
Marshfield–5.4 inches
Lakeville–4.2 inches
Plymouth–4 inches
Cedarville–3.5 inches

Suffolk County
Charlestown–7.1 inches
Dorchester–7 inches
Chelsea–7 inches
West Roxbury–6.8 inches
East Boston–6.5 inches
Roslindale–6 inches
Logan Airport–5.7 inches
Allston–5.4 inches
Winthrop–3.1 inches
Boston–1.6 inches

Worcester County
Holden–7 inches
Northbridge– 6 inches
Mendon–5.5 inches
Westborough–5.3 inches
Auburn–5.3 inches
Ashburnham–5.2 inches
Sutton–5.2 inches
Fitchburg–5.1 inches
Lunenburg–5.1 inches
Leominster–5 inches
Worcester Airport–4.9 inches
Worcester–4.9 inches
Boylston–4.9 inches
Cherry Valley–4.8 inches
Milford–4.2 inches
Sterling–4.2 inches
Northborough–4.1 inches
North Ashburnham–4.1 inches
North Grafton–4 inches
Winchendon–4 inches
Paxton–4 inches
Hubbardston–3.5 inches
Spencer –3.5 inches
Petersham–2.5 inches
West Warren–1.5 inches

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