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How Much Snow Did You Get in the First Storm of 2018?

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    Girl Kayaks Through Winter Storm Slush

    Travel was difficult during Thursday's winter storm, but some found other means of transportation. (Published Friday, Jan. 5, 2018)

    The first major snowstorm to hit New England in 2018 left behind more than a foot of snow in some areas, coastal flooding and a blast of bitter temperatures.

    The following are snowfall total reports from the National Weather Service:

    MASSACHUSETTS

    Taunton - 16.9"

    Woman, 93, Rescued From Camp Fire by Her Garbageman

    [NATL] Woman, 93, Rescued From Camp Fire by Her Garbageman

    Margaret Newsum, 93, had no idea that the Camp Fire was rapidly approaching her Magalia home until her caretaker left for the day and she turned on the television. She was quickly rescued by her friend Dane Ray Cummings, who decided to break company policy and rescue Newsum with his Waste Management truck. KCRA reports.

    (Published 2 hours ago)

    Dighton - 16.3"

    Swansea - 16"

    Mansfield - 15.5"

    North Dighton - 14.7"

    Fall River - 14.3"

    Attleboro - 13.5"

    New Bedford - 8.4"

    West Acushnet - 6.6"

    Acushnet - 6"

    West Peabody - 17"

    Haverhill - 16"

    Methuen - 15"

    Man Rescues Animals After Wildfire Devastates Paradise, Calif.

    [NATL] Man Rescues Animals After Wildfire Devastates Paradise, Calif.

    Dan Sauvageau and his friends have been rescuing animals in Paradise, California, a town almost entirely destroyed by the Camp Fire.

    (Published Monday, Nov. 12, 2018)

    Ipswich - 15"

    Danvers - 14.2"

    Marblehead - 13.5"

    Saugs - 13"

    Topsfield - 12.5"

    Bradford - 12"

    Family: 'Code Word' Saved 10-Year-Old Girl From Kidnapping

    [NATL-MI] Family: 'Code Word' Saved 10-Year-Old Girl From Kidnapping

    Arizona authorities say a family's "code word" set up for emergencies likely thwarted a possible kidnapping. According to the Pinal County Sheriff's Office, a 10-year-old girl was walking at a San Tan Valley park with a friend when a man driving a white SUV pulled up next to them. The man told the girl her brother had been in a serious accident, and he'd been sent to pick her up. The girl had a bad feeling, and asked the man for her family's code word, a word she and her parents had established to let her know if a stranger was safe. The man didn't know the word, and quickly left. Children in the neighborhood told officials they have seen that SUV in the neighborhood circling the park several times a day.

    (Published 4 hours ago)

    Lynn - 12"

    Peabody - 12"

    Gloucester - 10"

    Manchester - 9.4"

    Greenfield - 10.5"

    Shelburne - 10"

    Farm Worker Charged With Putting Needles in Strawberries

    [NATL] Farm Worker Charged With Putting Needles in Strawberries

     A 50-year-old Australian farm worker was charged with putting needles in strawberries over a “workplace grievance,” which led to widespread recalls nationwide.

    (Published Monday, Nov. 12, 2018)

    Greenfield - 8.2"

    Leyden - 8"

    Northfield - 7"

    Colrain - 6.5"

    Whately - 6"

    Chester - 12.3"

    At Least 31 Dead in Most Disastrous Wildfires in California's History

    [NATL] At Least 31 Dead in Most Disastrous Wildfires in California's History

    Two massive wildfires continue to rage throughout California.

    (Published Monday, Nov. 12, 2018)

    Southwick - 12"

    West Springfield - 12"

    Hampden - 11.5"

    Ludlow - 11"

    Springfield - 10.5"

    Palmer - 10.5"

    Boy, Mom Drift to Sea in Giant Inflatable Swan

    [NATL] Boy, Mom Drift to Sea in Giant Inflatable Swan

    Tara Myers and her son Brennan floated out to sea off Florida in an inflatable swan last month. Carried by a current, they couldn’t get back and had to be rescued.

    (Published Monday, Nov. 12, 2018)

    East Longmeadow - 10"

    Wilbraham - 9"

    Longmeadow - 9"

    Agawam - 8.5"

    Northampton - 12.3"

    Amherst - 12"

    Florence - 10.8"

    Plainfield - 10.5"

    Easthampton - 10.2"

    Worthington - 10"

    Amherst Center - 10"

    East Arlington - 17"

    Lincoln - 17"

    Lexington - 16.9"

    Winchester - 16.2"

    Framingham - 16"

    Woburn - 16"

    Wakefield - 16"

    Townsend - 15.8"

    Dracut - 15.4"

    Billerica - 15.2"

    Melrose - 15.1"

    West Newton - 15"

    Acton - 15"

    Concord - 15"

    Groton - 14.5"

    Wilmington - 14"

    Littleton - 14"

    Tewksbury - 13.8"

    Reading - 13.6"

    Hudson - 13.5"

    Pepperell - 13.5"

    Ashby - 13.5"

    Natick - 13.5"

    Stoneham - 13"

    North Chelmsford - 13"

    Arlington - 13"

    Everett - 12.5"

    Tyngsboro - 12.5"

    Shirley - 12"

    Westford - 12"

    North Reading - 11.5"

    Hopkinton - 11"

    Pepperell - 7"

    Stoughton - 17.5"

    Milton - 17"

    South Weymouth - 16"

    East Milton - 15.5"

    Braintree - 15.2"

    Quincy - 14.5"

    Franklin - 14.5"

    Norwood - 14.3"

    Dover - 14"

    Weymouth - 13"

    Millis - 13"

    Needham - 12.8"

    Randolph - 12"

    Cohasset - 11"

    Walpole - 6.8"

    Wrentham - 5.7"

    East Bridgewater - 16.5"

    Brockton -16.4"

    Rockland - 15.5"

    Hanover - 14.5"

    Bridgewater - 13"

    Hanson - 11.5"

    Lakeville - 10"

    Scituate - 9.8"

    Plymouth - 7.5"

    Kingston - 7.3"

    Charlestown - 16.6"

    Dorchester - 16"

    South Boston - 14"

    Winthrop - 13.2"

    1 N East Boston - 13.2"

    Worcester - 16.8"

    Millbury - 16.5"

    Sterling - 15.8"

    Milford - 15.3"

    Hubbaraston - 14.5"

    Lunenburg - 14.1"

    Westminster - 14"

    Leominster - 13.9"

    Fitchburg - 13.9"

    Northborough - 13.5"

    Shrewsbury - 13.3"

    Clinton - 12.8"

    North Grafton - 12.1"

    Holden - 11.5"

    Mendon - 11"

    Auburn - 11"

    Millville - 10"

    Gardner - 10"

    Spencer - 10"

    Worcester 8.5"

    Rutland - 6"

    Harvard - 3"

    NEW HAMPSHIRE

    Gilmanton - 14"

    Ashland - 12.1"

    Lakeport - 12"

    Belmont - 11.5"

    Sanbornton - 11"

    Meredith - 11"

    Tilton - 11"

    Gilford - 10"

    W Sanbornton - 9.6"

    Meredith - 9.5"

    North Conway - 10.3"

    Wolfeboro - 10.2"

    Sandwich - 9.3"

    Tamworth - 8.5"

    Jackson - 8"

    Albany - 7.6"

    North Conway - 7.5"

    Madison - 6.3"

    Rindge - 15.4"

    Marlborough - 12"

    Rindge - 12"

    Keene - 11"

    Alstead - 10.5"

    Otter Brook Lake - 9"

    Pittsburg - 15"

    Randolph - 13"

    Berlin - 9.0"

    Lancaster - 3.9"

    Sugar Hill - 9.9"

    Plymouth - 8"

    Holderness - 8"

    Bristol - 8"

    Hudson - 15"

    Weare - 14"

    Bedford - 14"

    Hudson - 13.7"

    Nashua - 13"

    Milford - 11.5"

    East Milford - 10.4"

    Mount Vernon - 8.1"

    Concord - 13"

    Bradford - 12.3"

    Newbury - 12.2"

    Tilton - 12"

    Pittsfield - 11.5"

    Boscawen - 11"

    Bow - 10.4"

    Chichester - 10"

    Bow - 10"

    Danbury - 9"

    Penacook - 6.9"

    Boscawen - 6.9"

    Seabrook - 15"

    Windham - 14.3"

    Auburn - 13.5"

    Stratham - 12.3"

    Londonderry - 11.5"

    Exeter - 11"

    West Hampstead - 11"

    Epsom - 10.5"

    East Kingston - 10.3"

    Epping - 10"

    Deerfield 10"

    Epping - 10"

    Greenland - 9.5"

    Hampton - 8"

    Dover - 13.5"

    Somersworth - 12"

    E Barrington - 12"

    Strafford - 9.5"

    Croydon - 10"

    CONNECTICUT

    Canton - 15"

    Granby - 13.5"

    Southington - 13"

    Burlington - 13"

    Bristol - 12"

    Enfield - 11.8"

    Avon - 11"

    Manchester - 11"

    West Hartford - 10.5"

    Windsor Locks - 10.2"

    North Granby - 10.1"

    Wethersfield - 10"

    South Windsor - 10"

    Windsor - 9.8"

    Farmington - 6.5"

    Marlborough - 6"

    Weatogue - 5.8"

    New Britain - 5.5"

    Staffordville - 16.6"

    Stafford Springs - 13.1"

    Tolland - 13"

    Somers - 11.8"

    Coventry - 10.5"

    Columbia - 10.5"

    Andover - 10.2"

    Hebron - 9.2"

    Sterling - 11.5"

    East Killingly - 11"

    Woodstock - 11"

    Eastford - 10"

    Willimantic - 9.5"

    Pomfret - 8"

    Hampton - 8"

    Chaplin - 7"

    RHODE ISLAND

    Warren - 16.9"

    Bristol - 16.5"

    Barrington - 12.5"

    West Warwick - 15.7"

    Warwick - 13.9"

    Greene - 12.5"

    West Grennwich - 9.5"

    Tiverton - 14"

    Portsmouth - 13.5"

    Little Compton - 12.5"

    Middletown - 12"

    Pawtucket - 16"

    Cranston - 16"

    Cumberland - 14"

    North Providence - 14"

    Riverside - 14"

    Providence - 13.3"

    Burrillville - 13"

    North Cumberland - 12.5"

    North Smithfield - 11.6"

    East Providence - 10.4"

    North Foster - 7.5"

    North Providence - 2"

    Westerly - 11.4"

    Block Island - 10"

    Saunderstown - 6.5"

    Stillmanville - 5"

    MAINE

    W Leeds - 14.5"

    E Lewiston - 13.5"

    Auburn - 13"

    Lisbon Falls - 13"

    Poland - 12.6"

    Mechanic Falls - 12.2"

    E Turner - 12"

    Durham - 11.1"

    Turner - 10"

    Gorham - 13.6"

    South Windham - 12.3"

    Standish - 12.3"

    Gray NWS Office - 12"

    Portland Jetport - 11.9"

    Yarmouth - 11.9"

    Cumberland Center - 11.5"

    Portland - 11"

    New Gloucester - 11"

    Brunswick - 11"

    Gorham - 10.8"

    Freeport - 10.8"

    Falmouth - 10.6"

    Naples - 9.5"

    North Windham - 8.8"

    Bridgton - 8.2"

    Sharon - 13"

    Farmington - 11.9"

    Farmington - 11.9"

    New Sharon - 11"

    Rangeley - 10"

    Eustis - 9.8"

    Rangeley 2nw - 9"

    Temple - 8.2"

    Mount Vernon - 15.3"

    Randolph - 13"

    China - 10"

    Sidney - 8.5"

    Union - 10"

    Rockland - 8.3"

    Union - 8"

    Camden - 6.2"

    Alna - 12"

    Westport - 10"

    Whitefield - 9.5"

    Wiscasset - 9"

    Bristol - 9"

    Nobleboro - 9"

    Boothbay - 8"

    Jefferson - 6"

    Boothbay - 5.5"

    Norway - 15"

    Otisfield - 13.5"

    Buckfield - 13"

    Hartford - 12.5"

    Peru - 11"

    Bethel - 8.5"

    Andover - 8"

    Topsham - 13.3"

    Bath - 10"

    Moosehead Lake - 14.5"

    Harmony - 14"

    Hartland - 13.2"

    Athens - 13"

    Brassua Lake - 13"

    4 ENE New Portland - 11"

    Jackman - 9.5"

    Belfast - 14"

    Orrington - 13.4"

    Knox - 12"

    Searsmont - 10.5"

    Thorndike - 8.5"

    Belfast - 8"

    Steep Falls - 14.0"

    Hollis - 13.5"

    West Buxton - 13.5"

    Hollis - 13.5"

    2 NNW Saco - 13"

    Biddeford - 12"

    West Newfield - 11"

    Ferry Beach - 10.7"

    Kennebunk - 10.6"

    Acton - 10.4"

    Buxton - 10"

    Cape Neddick - 9.8"

    Ogunquit - 9.8"

    Biddeford - 9"

    Berwick - 9"

    Parsonsfield - 9"

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