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BOSTON (CBS) – The snow totals for the October 29-30 Nor’easter ranged from nearly nothing in parts of Boston to more than two feet of snowfall in parts of western Massachusetts.

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Here are the latest totals, thanks to our weather watching partners at SKYWARN.

As of 11:35 a.m.:

Jaffrey, N.H. – 31″
Chesterfield, Mass. – 28.0”
Plainfield, Mass. – 27.8”
Winchendon, Mass. – 25.0”
Buckland, Mass. – 24.0″
Worthington, Mass. – 24.0″
Ashfield, Mass. – 23.0″
Conway, Mass. – 23.0″
Becket, Mass. – 22.0″
Blandford, Mass. – 22.0″
Ashburnham, Mass. – 22.0”
Leyden, Mass. – 22.0″
Hillsboro, N.H. – 21.5”
Colrain, Mass. – 20.0″
Chester, Mass. – 20.0″
Milford, N.H. – 20.0″
Pittsfield, Mass. – 20.0″
Bedford, N.H. – 19.0”
North Adams, Mass. – 19.0″
Royalston, Mass. – 18.5″
Townsend, Mass. – 18.0″
W. Fitchburg, Mass. – 17.5”
Great Barrington, Mass. – 17.0″
Adams, Mass. – 16.0″
Barre, Mass. – 16.3″
Templeton, Mass. – 16.0”
Hubbardston, Mass. – 15.0”
New Braintree, Mass. – 15.0″
Westhampton, Mass. – 15.0″
Holden, Mass. – 15.0″ (at 1,100-foot elevation)
New Ashford, Mass. – 14.5″
East Springfield , Mass 14.0″
Auburn, Mass. – 12.0″
Greenfield, Mass. – 12.0″
Turners Falls, Mass. – 12″
Walpole, N.H. – 12.0″
Whatley, Mass. – 12.0″
Worcester, Mass. – 11.4”
Nashua, N.H. – 11.0″
Merrimack, N.H. – 10.0”
Northampton, Mass. – 10.0”
Harvard, Mass. – 10.0”
Williamstown, Mass. – 9.5″
Shrewsbury, Mass. – 9.3″
Sterling, Mass. – 9.0″
Charlton, Mass. – 8.0″
Chicopee, Mass. – 8.0″
Arlington, Mass. – 7.0″
Milford, Mass. – 7.0″
Springfield, Mass. – 7.0″
Westford, Mass. – 6.5″
Acton, Mass. – 6.0″
Douglas, Mass. – 6.0″
Foxboro, Mass. – 6.0″
Sudbury, Mass. – 6.0″
West Springfield, Mass. – 6.0″
Needham, Mass. – 5.5″
Uxbridge, Mass. – 5.5″
Carlisle, Mass. – 5.0″
Chelmsford, Mass. – 5.0″
Marlborough, Mass. – 5.0″
Methuen, Mass. – 5.0″
Wilmington, Mass. – 5.0″
Burlington, Mass. – 4.5″
Concord, Mass. – 4.5”
Walpole, Mass 4.0″
Woburn, Mass. – 4.0″
Attleboro, Mass . 3.5″
Hopedale, Mass. – 3.5″
Framingham, Mass. – 3.5”
N. Weymouth, Mass. – 2.2”
Newton, Mass. – 2.0″
Randolph , Mass. – 1.4”

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