Town-by-town snow totals in New England: Feb. 15-16

BOSTON (WHDH) - Massachusetts didn’t see anything close to its northern neighbors, but some towns got enough snow to make for a slick commute Thursday morning.

A winter storm Wednesday dumped more than a foot of wet, heavy snow on parts of Maine and New Hampshire, pushing totals over the last 10 days to more than three feet in some areas.

Here’s a look at some town-by-town snowfall totals in Massachusetts, according to the National Weather Service:

Ipswich: 4.5″
Rockport: 4.5″
East Boxford: 4.5″
Gloucester: 4.5″
Topsfield: 4″
Haverhill: 4″
Savoy: 3.2″
North Reading: 3″
Milton: 2.6″
Tyngsboro: 2.3″
Clarksburg: 2.2″
Concord: 2.2″
Lexington: 2″
Dracut: 2″
Lynn: 2″
Plymouth: 1.2″
Taunton: 1.1″
Cedarville: 1″
Millis: 1″
Fitchburg: 1″
Malden: 1″
Pepperell: 1″
Hyannis: 0.5″
Abington: 0.5″
Framingham: 0.5″
Acushnet: 0.4″

In Maine, many areas saw over a foot of snow. The maps below show the wide range of snowfall totals:

 

The recent series of snowstorms has brought more than 50 inches of snow to some towns in western Maine. Some parts of New Hampshire have seen more 30 inches.

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