Weekend Storm Slams Mass. With Heavy Snowfall

In Wrentham, six inches had already piled up before 9 p.m. (Photo Courtesy Cheri Leonard)
Snow Storm In Wrentham, six inches had already piled up before 9 p.m. (Photo Courtesy Cheri Leonard)
One Bellingham resident saw the cool effect of Christmas lights shining through the powder. (Photo Courtesy Chris Antonelli)
Snow Storm One Bellingham resident saw the cool effect of Christmas lights shining through the powder. (Photo Courtesy Chris Antonelli)
A lucky pup in Natick got to run around in the snow on Saturday evening. (Photo Courtesy Kelly McPherson)
Snow Storm A lucky pup in Natick got to run around in the snow on Saturday evening. (Photo Courtesy Kelly McPherson)
The WBZ Mobile AccuWeather Lab was on the scene as Foxborough got its share of snowfall.
Snow Storm The WBZ Mobile AccuWeather Lab was on the scene as Foxborough got its share of snowfall.
At one house in Berlin, only four inches had piled up, but there was still plenty coming down. (Photo Courtesy Sam Garrity)
Snow Storm At one house in Berlin, only four inches had piled up, but there was still plenty coming down. (Photo Courtesy Sam Garrity)
Out in Orange, the total was up over four inches as well. (Photo Courtesy Kathy G.)
Snow Storm Out in Orange, the total was up over four inches as well. (Photo Courtesy Kathy G.)
Nine inches had fallen by 9 p.m. in Douglas, and this resident broke out the yard stick just to be safe! (Photo Courtesy Dennis Lemire)
Snow Storm Nine inches had fallen by 9 p.m. in Douglas, and this resident broke out the yard stick just to be safe! (Photo Courtesy Dennis Lemire)
This front yard in Leominster was pretty well covered by 10 p.m. (Photo Courtesy Nicole Hahn)
Snow Storm This front yard in Leominster was pretty well covered by 10 p.m. (Photo Courtesy Nicole Hahn)
The storm made driving hard across New England - if you could even get to your car, that is! (Photo Courtesy Tricia Treska)
Snow Storm The storm made driving hard across New England - if you could even get to your car, that is! (Photo Courtesy Tricia Treska)
A backyard in Foxboro. (Photo:Sarah Francomano)
Storm A backyard in Foxboro. (Photo:Sarah Francomano)
The moon going down between trees in Westminster. (Photo: Karen Gormley)
Storm The moon going down between trees in Westminster. (Photo: Karen Gormley)
Snow on bird feeders and homes in Berlin. (Photo: Carolyn Landry)
Storm Snow on bird feeders and homes in Berlin. (Photo: Carolyn Landry)
Snow totals in Wrentham. (Photo: Cheri Leonard)
Storm Snow totals in Wrentham. (Photo: Cheri Leonard)
Having fun sledding. (Photo: Joe Giza)
Storm Having fun sledding. (Photo: Joe Giza)
Snow scenes in Swampscott. (Photo: WBZ NewsRadio's Carl Stevens)
Storm Snow scenes in Swampscott. (Photo: WBZ NewsRadio's Carl Stevens)
Swampscott coast covered in snow. (Photo: WBZ NewsRadio's Carl Stevens)
Storm Swampscott coast covered in snow. (Photo: WBZ NewsRadio's Carl Stevens)
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Carl Stevens 4
A snowy tree in Swampscott. (Photo: WBZ NewsRadio 1030's Carl Stevens)
Storm A snowy tree in Swampscott. (Photo: WBZ NewsRadio 1030's Carl Stevens)
The sun starts melting the snow away in Swampscott. (Photo: WBZ NewsRadio's Carl Stevens)
Storm The sun starts melting the snow away in Swampscott. (Photo: WBZ NewsRadio's Carl Stevens)
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