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Snowfall Totals for Foxboro, Surrounding Area

Nearly two feet of snow fell in some parts of Massachusetts as a result of the two-day snow storm that hit the area Thursday and Friday. 

The storm arrived in New England as early as Thursday morning and continued through the night, bringing with it frigid temperatures, blistering winds and quickly-accumulating snowfall totals. 

Logan International Airport reported 14.6 inches as of 7 a.m. Friday, according to the National Weather Service, and Essex County saw the heaviest snowfall totals, reaching nearly 24 inches in Boxford and Topsfield. 

The following highlights a sampling of the latest unofficial snowfall totals taken in areas across Massachusetts by the National Weather Service Friday morning. 

Barnstable County

  • Hyannis: 12.0
  • Falmouth: 10.0
  • Sandwich: 11.0
  • South Sagamore: 7.0

Bristol County

  • Attleboro: 6.5
  • Taunton: 8.3
  • New Bedford: 8.5
  • Achusnet: 10.5
  • Fall River: 8.7

Essex County

  • Boxford: 23.8
  • Topsfield: 23.5
  • Lynn: 15
  • Salisbury: 12.0

Franklin County

  • Ashfield: 11.2
  • Greenfield: 11.0
  • Leyden: 9.0
  • Heath: 6.3
  • Charlemont: 5.5

Hampden County

  • Ludlow: 7.0
  • Holyoke: 7.0
  • Springfield: 7.0
  • Chester: 6.0
  • Chicopee: 6.0

Hampshire County

  • Plainfield: 7.8
  • Ware: 6.0
  • Amherst: 4.2

Middlesex County

  • Wilmington: 13.0
  • Melrose: 10.5
  • Framingham: 9.7
  • Natick: 9.0
  • Acton: 7.5
  • Pepperell: 7.4
  • Westford: 7.0
  • North Chelmsford: 6.5
  • Wayland: 6.0

Norfolk County

  • Walpole: 8.0
  • Foxboro: 8.1
  • Randolph: 12.5

Plymouth County

  • Hanson: 13.0
  • Kingston: 13.0
  • Halifax: 12.2
  • Lakeville: 12.0
  • Rockland: 8.0
  • Scituate: 8.0

Suffolk County

  • Rte. 1 N East in Boston (Logan): 14.6
  • Winthrop: 14.6
  • West Roxbury: 11.5
  • Roslindale: 9.8

Worcester County

  • Shrewsbury: 12.5
  • Milford: 9.5
  • Worcester: 6.2
  • Brookfield: 6.0
  • Gardner: 6.0
  • Westborough: 5.5

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