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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"

    Total Lunar Eclipse Comes with Supermoon Bonus

    [NATL] Total Lunar Eclipse Comes with Supermoon Bonus

    On Sunday night, the moon, Earth and sun lined up to create an eclipse, which was visible throughout North and South America, where skies were clear. It was also the year's first supermoon, when a full moon appears a little bigger and brighter. (This video does not have audio)

    (Published Monday, Jan. 21, 2019)

    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"

    Women’s March Draws Large Numbers in DC

    [NATL] Women’s March Draws Large Numbers in DC

    Thousands of people turned up for the Women’s March in Washington, D.C. Organizers this year had estimated half a million people could attend but the turnout was expected to be much lower.

    (Published Saturday, Jan. 19, 2019)

    Ipswich - 15"

    Danvers - 14.2"

    Marblehead - 13.5"

    Saugs - 13"

    Topsfield - 12.5"

    Bradford - 12"

    Lynn - 12"

    Peabody - 12"

    Gloucester - 10"

    Manchester - 9.4"

    Greenfield - 10.5"

    Shelburne - 10"

    Mexico Pipeline Explosion Kills Dozens

    [NATL] Mexico Pipeline Explosion Kills Dozens

    A fireball erupted at the site of a fuel pipeline leak after it appeared to be ruptured by thieves.

    (Published Saturday, Jan. 19, 2019)

    Greenfield - 8.2"

    Leyden - 8"

    Northfield - 7"

    Colrain - 6.5"

    Whately - 6"

    Chester - 12.3"

    Avalanche Buries Unknown Number of People in NM

    [NATL] Avalanche Buries Unknown Number of People in NM

    Ski Patrol and first responders are working to rescue an unknown number of skiers buried in an avalanche at Taos Ski Resort in New Mexico

    (Published Thursday, Jan. 17, 2019)

    Southwick - 12"

    West Springfield - 12"

    Hampden - 11.5"

    Ludlow - 11"

    Springfield - 10.5"

    Palmer - 10.5"

    Iowa Man Gets "Jackpot Treatment" for $1 Lotto Ticket Win

    [NATL] Iowa Man Gets "Jackpot Treatment" for $1 Lotto Ticket Win

    An Iowa man got the "Jackpot treatment" after winning $1 off a scratch-off lotto ticket. Tyler Heep decided to cash in the winning ticket at the Iowa Lottery Headquarters and was presented with a big check for his win. Heep spent his winnings on a gallon of gas.

    (Published Friday, Jan. 18, 2019)

    East Longmeadow - 10"

    Wilbraham - 9"

    Longmeadow - 9"

    Agawam - 8.5"

    Northampton - 12.3"

    Amherst - 12"

    ICE Detains Marine Veteran

    [NATL] ICE Detains Marine Veteran, Says No Investigation

    Family members are furious that a U.S. citizen and military veteran ended up in an immigration detention center facing the threat of deportation. Jilmar Ramos-Gomez was born and raised in Grand Rapids. His mother says he served a tour in Afghanistan while in the U.S. Marine Corps.

    (Published Thursday, Jan. 17, 2019)

    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"

    The Super Blood Wolf Moon Is Sunday, Sunday, Sunday!

    [NATL] The Super Blood Wolf Moon Is Sunday, Sunday, Sunday!

    Find out how you can watch the Super Blood Wolf Moon and how this lunar eclipse got its rad name.

    (Published Thursday, Jan. 17, 2019)

    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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