BOSTON (CBS) – Snow season began Friday in Massachusetts as the first accumulating flakes fell in several towns.

Here are the latest snowfall totals from the National Weather Service, Rob Macedo, the SKYWARN Coordinator for the National Weather Service in Taunton, and WBZ-TV Weather Watchers.

Grafton 7.6″
East Braintree 7.5″
Leicester 6.8”
Westboro 6.6”
Southboro 6.0″
Saugus 5.8”
Hardwick 5.7″
West Natick 5.5″
Hudson 5.5″
Ashland 5.5″
Sutton 5.3″
Holden 5.3″
Holliston 5.1″
Brockton 5.1″
Walpole 5.1″
Chelsea 5.1″
Norton 4.9″
Framingham 4.8″
Lynn 4.8″
Arlington 4.5″
South Bellingham 4.5″
Dorchester 4.5″
Dedham 4.5″
Franklin 4.5″
Weymouth 4.5″
Cambridge 4.5″
Rockland 4.4″
Northbridge 4.3″
Millis 4.2″
Mendon 4.1″
Stoughton 4.0″
Waltham 4.0″
Watertown 4.0″
Boston 3.5″ (new October record)
Pembroke 2.3″

Comments (3)
  1. Auburn Sinema says:

    And no one fired at WBZ for calling it wrong….AGAIN. Eric Fisher should go, his nose looks like a beak. Then they have this very tall morning guy who looks like Herman Munster. I hope the new woman in charge of the newsroom makes sweeping changes at this left-winged fake news organization.

  2. Lazy says:

    You can put this list in order?

  3. Elliot Entis says:

    Dear Auburn Sinema: You should be banned from this website. Until you grow up. Your comments are devoid of reason, focus on physical and political characterizations that have no relevance to the reasoned discussion of meteorology. In short, you are a disgrace. Or perhaps a 12 year old chrysalis trying too hard to convince us that you are a reasoning person. When you grow up and have something to contribute, feel free to comment again

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