Town-by-town snow totals in Massachusetts: March 14

A nor’easter moved through Massachusetts Tuesday and dumped close to 20 inches of snow in some areas.

Northern, central and western Massachusetts were the areas hardest hit by the storm.

The storm ended up being the third-biggest snowstorm ever recorded in one Vermont city. It dumped 29.4 inches at the airport in South Burlington.

In New Hampshire, big snow totals included 23.6 inches in Stratham in the south.

Here’s a check on some of the snow totals from across the Bay State:

Lowell: 15.5″
Southwick: 15.3″
Westfield: 11″
Huntington: 16″
Hubbardston: 16″
Fitchburg: 14″
Orange: 12″
Springfield: 12″
Blandford: 17″
Holyoke: 12″
Newburyport: 7″
Barre: 15.5″
Danvers: 11″
Dracut: 14″
Billerica: 12″
Lexington: 10″
Boston: 6.6″
Norwood: 8″
Groveland: 12″
Leominster: 15″
Marlborough: 12″
Worcester: 14″
Winchester: 11″
Quincy: 7.2″
East Bridgewater: 5″
New Bedford: 3.3″
Norton: 6″
Sudbury: 8″
Auburn: 11.5″
Warren: 13.3″
Townsend: 15.8″
Winchendon: 14″
Ashfield: 18″
Ludlow: 17″
Williamstown: 19″
Haverhill: 13.3″
Dover: 9.3″
Florence: 12.2″
Marlborough: 12″
Acton: 11″
Leyden: 13″
Hopkinton: 9″

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