Here’s how much snow has fallen so far in Massachusetts

More than a few inches have accumulated in parts of the Bay State from the spring snowstorm.

4/16/21-- Lexington, MA - Snow falling on panseys Friday morning. (Globe Staff/ Joanne Rathe) Joanne Rathe / Boston Globe

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Several inches of snow have already accumulated in parts of Massachusetts from a spring nor’easter that is expected to continue dropping precipitation on the region through Friday. 

The National Weather Service is predicting the bulk of the snow will be seen in the areas of higher terrain in the Berkshires and the Worcester Hills, while rain and some minor accumulations are expected in the rest of the state. 

As of Friday morning, parts of Worcester and Berkshire counties have seen the highest reported accumulations, according to NWS Boston and NWS Albany, which provides forecast information for Berkshire County.

Below, see the snow totals reported to the weather agencies so far. 

Berkshire County

  • Becket–5.0 
  • Richmond–5.0
  • S Sandisfield–3.5
  • Pittsfield–3.0 
  • NNW Cheshire–2.0  
  • Clarksburg–0.4

Franklin Country

  • East Hawley–6.8 
  • Rowe–5.8 
  • SW Shutesbury–3.8
  • Heath–3.0  
  • ESE Buckland–2.8 
  • NW Conway–2.0   
  • E Conway–1.5  
  • SW Conway–1.5 

Hampden County

  • Hampden–3.0
  • NW Hampden–3.0
  • Palmer–1.0

Hampshire County

  • Chesterfield–3.0 
  • Plainfield–3.0
  • WSW Williamsburg–1.0
  • Belchertown–1.0

Middlesex County

  • Ashby–1.0 

Worcester County

  • WSW Westminster–5.6
  • Paxton–5.1
  • Gardner–5.0 
  • S Winchendon–4.6
  • Hubbardston–4.5
  • Ashburnham–4.5   
  • Holden–4.2
  • Princeton–4.0
  • Worcester–3.7
  • Boylston–3.2
  • North Ashburnham–3.1 
  • Sutton–3.0
  • W Worcester–3.0
  • NNE Barre–3.0
  • Petersham–3.0
  • SSE Holden–2.8
  • Auburn–2.5
  • Leicester–2.3 
  • Fitchburg–2.2 
  • SSW Fitchburg–2.2
  • NW Sterling–2.2
  • NW Worcester–2.0
  • Templeton–1.8 
  • Sterling–1.8    
  • WSW Warren–1.8
  • SE Worcester–1.4
  • Lunenburg–1.1  
  • Mendon–1.1 
  • Buffumville Lake–1.1
  • NNE Douglas–1.0
  • Milford–1.0 


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