National Weather Services Shares Snowfall Totals Massachusetts

On Sunday, January 7, 2024, i.e. yesterday, the Massachusetts state witnessed its first storm of the winter season. Interestingly, the Sunday snowstorm brought the biggest snowfall totals in the past two years. Several news agencies have shown clips from Massachusetts showing snow totals. In this article, we have come up with data shared by the National Weather Service about the snow totals in different counties of Massachusetts state. Additionally, we have also shared some key updates shared by the National Weather Service about the expected snow burst on Sunday afternoon. We have ample details to share with you about snowfall totals in Massachusetts. So stick with this page and read it till the end.

Snowfall Totals Massachusetts

National Weather Services Shares Snowfall Totals Massachusetts

Several communities in Massachusetts reportedly witnessed 12 inches of snow during the Sunday snow burst in the afternoon. Speaking of the community that witnessed the highest snow burst in Massachusetts is Methuen where the snow total was measured at 18.8 inches. Yes, you heard it right, 18.8 inches of snow total was witnessed in the vicinity of Methuen. The second community in the list is Tyngsboro where snowfall totals at 18.2 inches. There were a total of 3 communities that witnessed at least 18 inches of snowfall totals. The third is Haverhill where the snow total is 18 inches. Continue reading this article and learn more details.

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The minimum snow totals were seen in Massachusetts at New Bedford and the Boston Logan Airport where it was measured at 1 inch and 3.1 inches, respectively. Sterling, Ashburnham, and Dunstable remained above 17 inches in snow totals. Groveland and Lunenburg witnessed snow totals of 17.1 and 17 inches respectively. Essex County’s highest snow total was measured at Haverhill where the snow total was 18 inches. Bristol County was the country that was least affected by the snow burst on Sunday afternoon. The maximum snow total recorded in Bristol County was 5 inches at North Attleborough. Swipe down the page and read more details.

Snowfall totals in different communities around Massachusetts state are as follows: Chelmsford 14.0, Groton 14.0, Reading 12.0, Bolton 14.0, West Boylston 13.8, Burlington 13.4, Holden 13.5, Grafton 13.4, Andover 13.0, Littleton 13.0, Newburyport 13.0, Shrewsbury 12.7, Westford 12.5, Georgetown 12.0, and Wilmington 12.3. The other communities that were covered by the snow and turned white on Sunday afternoon are Fitchburg 16.5, Pepperell 16.2, Townsend 16.0, West Newbury 16.0, Harvard 16.0, Leominster 15.9, Worcester 15.5, Andover 15.6, Leicester 15.6, Tewksbury 15.5, Ashby 15.0, Princeton 15.0, Dracut 14.8, Westboro 14.6, and Lancaster 14.5. Sterling recorded 17.4 inches of snow total and Lunenburg witnessed a snow total of 17.1 inches. Stay tuned to this website for more details and further updates.