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How Much Snow Did the Lynnfield Area Get?

Here's a quick look at how much got dumped on various North Shore towns over the weekend.

This weekend's blizzard, so dubbed Nemo by the Weather Channel, dumped a lot of snow across Southern New England between Friday night and Saturday morning. Here's a look at how much was reported in cities and towns around the North Shore.

The following chart is compiled from information released by the National Weather Service in Taunton based on unofficial observations taken during the storm. Reports come from highway departments, residents, news outlets, Skywarn spotters and others.

Location Total Snowfall Time Date Comment Wakefield 27.5 8:35 a.m. 2/9 General Public Peabody 25.5 8:35 a.m. 2/9 Ham radio Lynn 27 11:52 a.m 2/9 Ham Radio Saugus 28.2 12:43pm 2/9 General public Salem 25 4:05pm 2/9 Trained spotter Middleton 25 2:58pm 2/9 General public Gloucester 21 11:03am 2/9 Media Topsfield 24 2:43pm 2/9 None Boxford 19 7am 2/9 Cocorahs Marblehead 23 3:06pm 2/9 Trained spotter Salisbury 19 7:06am 2/9 None Newburyport 19 7:08am 2/9 Ham radio Beverly 18.5 7am 2/9 Cocorahs

You can see the rest of the numbers here for Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Connecticut and Rhode Island.

aphmd February 11, 2013 at 05:54 PM
Lynnfield isn't included!
William Laforme (Editor) February 11, 2013 at 07:02 PM
Later in the day I got a 26.5 inches for Lynnfield, this one used surrounding communities as an example. Am doing a separate post for that.

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