CBS (BOSTON)- Friday’s powerful nor’easter hit Massachusetts hard, with driving rain, dangerous winds and tides. Here are some of the cities and towns where the most rain fell. Information was provided by trained SKYWARN weather spotters, and is displayed in inches of rainfall.

BARNSTABLE COUNTY

West Harwich            3.96
Bourne            3.75
Waquoit            3.42
Wellfleet            3.16
Hyannis            2.74
East Harwich            2.60
Yarmouth Port            2.49
Harwich            2.42

BRISTOL COUNTY

Fairhaven            3.69
Norton            3.61
West Island            3.37
Taunton            3.34
Fall River            3.14
Assonet            3.05
North Dighton            2.55
Rehoboth            2.45
Attleboro            2.21

DUKES COUNTY

Vineyard Haven            2.72

ESSEX COUNTY

Beverly            2.78
Swampscott            2.40
Ipswich            2.19
Danvers            2.01

MIDDLESEX COUNTY

Belmont            2.67
Hopkinton            2.45
Waltham            2.39
Wayland            2.25
Melrose            2.18
Watertown            2.16
Reading            2.09
Framingham            2.08
Tewksbury            1.57
Lexington            1.46

NANTUCKET COUNTY

Siasconset            3.67

NORFOLK COUNTY

Randolph            3.88
Westwood            3.58
North Weymouth            3.56
Canton            3.46
Norwood            3.37
Bellingham            3.36
Millis            3.18
East Milton            3.15
Franklin            3.00
Quincy            2.30
Milton            2.18

PLYMOUTH COUNTY

East Bridgewater            5.74
Brockton            4.61
Hanover            3.61
Plymouth            3.28
Wareham            3.27
Marshfield            2.68

SUFFOLK COUNTY

West Roxbury            2.83
Boston            2.02

WORCESTER COUNTY

Shirley            2.18
Northborough            2.12
Charlton            2.06

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