NOTE: The following are unofficial snowfall observations for the Feb. 8-9, 2013 snowstorm that hit Southern New England.
The Blizzard of 2013 hit the region with one of the top six snowstorms ever recorded in the area and Foxborough was in the snow "jackpot" of the storm.
So how much did we get in the Gem of Norfolk County? According to the National Weather Service, Foxborough received the most snowfall in Norfolk County with 29 inches flat. Milton was the next highest in the county with 28. Ironically, our neighbors in Sharon received the least amount of snow in the county with just 15.
Here's a look at accumulation totals around Norfolk County
- Foxborough: 29 inches
- Milton: 28 inches
- Brookline: 26 inches
- Weymouth: 26 inches
- Wrentham: 26 inches
- Randolph: 26 inches
- North Weymouth: 25.8 inches
- Norwood: 25.4 inches
- Braintree: 24.1 inches
- Franklin: 23.9 inches
- West Walpole: 23.8 inches
- Wellesley: 23.5 inches
- South Weymouth: 23 inches
- Walpole: 22 inches
- Dedham: 22 inches
- Millis: 22 inches
- Hingham: 21.5 inches
- Sharon: 15 inches
The most accumulation reported from the weekend blizzard was 33.5 inches in Glastonbury, Conn.
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Where Does This Storm Rank?
7News reported Saturday that the Blizzard of 2013 was among the top six blizzards ever recorded in the Boston area. Ironically, four of the six blizzards occurred in February. Here’s a look at the region’s top six blizzards:
- Feb. 17-19, 2003 produced 27.5 inches of snow
- Feb. 6-7, 1978 produced 27.1 inches of snow
- Feb. 24-27, 1969 produced 26.3 inches of snow
- March 31 to April 1, 1997 produced 25.4 inches of snow
- Feb. 8-9, 2013 produced 24.9 inches of snow
- Jan. 22-23, 2005 produced 21.8 inches of snow