Snowstorm Hits Eastern Part Of The State

February 17th, 2013 at 9:31 pm by under Weather

We saw a little snow Friday night into Saturday morning across western Massachusetts but that was about it for us this weekend.

However, Saturday night into Sunday afternoon a strong ocean storm brought heavy snow to parts of eastern Massachusetts, Cape Cod and Rhode Island.

That same storm is responsible for the gusty winds and cold air that has moved in. Fortunatley we saw virtually no snow from this storm even though it wasn’t all that far away. Here is a look at how much snow fell just off to our east.

Brewster, MA: 6.3″
Hyannis, MA: 5.0″
South Sagmore, MA: 3.0″
Nantucket, MA: 2.5″
New Bedford, MA: 5.0″
Hanson, MA: 4.0″
Taunton, MA: 4.0″
Westerly, RI: 4.0″
West Warwick, RI: 4.0″
Acushnet, MA: 4.0″
Mattapoisett, MA: 4.0″
South Yarmouth, MA: 4.0″
Hingham, MA: 4.0″
East Walpole, MA: 4.0″
Franklin, MA: 3.9″
Sherborn, MA: 3.5″
Mansfield, MA: 3.5″
Warwick, RI: 3.5″
Scituate, RI: 3.3″
Walpole, MA: 3.0″
Coventry, RI: 3.0″
Bristol, RI: 3.0″
Warwick, RI: 3.0″
East Braintree, MA: 3.0″
East Killingly, CT: 3.0″
Pembroke, MA: 2.8″
Hanson, MA: 2.8″
Millis, MA: 2.4″
Hopkinton, MA: 2.0″
Nantucket, MA: 1.5″
Ashford, CT: 1.0″

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