(WHDH) — A major winter storm has already dumped more than a foot of snow in some communities.

Here’s a look at some of the highest snow totals so far, according to the National Weather Service.

Goshen – 17 inches

Waltham – 16 inches

Salem – 15 inches

Hudson – 15 inches

West Newton – 15 inches

Melrose – 14.5 inches

Hudson – 14.5 inches

Newton – 14.5 inches

Whitman – 14.2 inches

Beverly – 14 inches

Marlborough – 14 inches

East Hawley – 14 inches

Milton – 13.8 inches

Wakefield – 13.6 inches

Dorchester – 13.5 inches

Sharon – 13.5 inches

Burlington – 13.2 inches

Bedford – 13 inches

North Reading – 13 inches

Braintree – 13 inches

Belmont – 13 inches

Lynn – 13 inches

Natick – 13 inches

South Natick – 13 inches

Norwood – 13 inches

Walpole – 13 inches

Wrentham – 13 inches

Leominster – 12.8 inches

Chlesea – 12.7 inches

Saugus – 12.5 inches

Acton – 12.5 inches

Lynn – 12.5 inches

Danvers – 12.3 inches

Westfield – 12.2 inches

Worcester – 12.2 inches

Peabody – 12 inches

Wakefield – 12 inches

Randolph – 12 inches

Swampscott – 12 inches

Millis – 12 inches

Hopkinton – 12 inches

Dedham – 12 inches

Longmeadow – 12 inches

Huntington – 12 inches

Foxboro – 12 inches

New Salem – 12 inches

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