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Snowfall Totals Across Connecticut

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    The Blizzard of 2015 dumped more than 30 inches of snow across some parts of the state. Here is a look at how much fell in many towns.

    Note: Not every town is mentinoned on the National Weather Service list. If you're town is not here, let us know in the comments below how much snow you have.

    • Avon: 10 inches
    • Beacon Falls: 9 inches
    • Bethany: 6 inches
    • Bolton: 13.5 inches
    • Bridgeport: 6 inches
    • Colchester: 25 inches
    • Columbia: 16.5 inches
    • Coventry: 15 inches
    • Danbury: 7 inches
    • Danielson:  22.3 inches
    • Darien: 9.5 inches
    • Dayville: 23 inches
    • East Granby: 8 inches
    • East Killingly: 24.2 inches
    • Ellington: 14 inches
    • Enfield: 9.7 inches
    • Essex: 20.5 inches
    • Fairfield: 6.7 inches
    • Farmington: 12.3 inches
    • Ashford : 18.5 inches
    • Floral Park: 13.5 inches
    • Gales Ferry: 20 inches
    • Glastonbury: 12 inches
    • Groton: 24 inches
    • Granby:  9 inches
    • Guilford: 17 inches
    • Haddam: 22 inches
    • Hampton: 22.5 inches
    • Hartland: 8.5 inches
    • Ledyard Center: 19 inches
    • Lisbon: 26 inches
    • Litchfield: 6.5 inches
    • Marlborough: 22 inches
    • Manchester: 19 inches
    • Meriden: 12.5 inches
    • Moosup: 25 inches 
    • New Britain: 6 inches
    • New Canaan: 12.3 inches
    • New Hartford: 7 inches
    • New Haven: 8.5
    • New London: 20 inches
    • Newington: 15 inches
    • Norfolk: 6.1 inches
    • Norwalk: 8 inches
    • Norwich: 24 inches
    • North Granby: 4.5 inches
    • Old Saybrook: 19.5 inches
    • Plainfield: 15 inches
    • Pomfret: 20 inches
    • Pomfret Center: 22 inches
    • Putnam: 30 inches
    • Shelton: 6.3 inches
    • Somers: 11 inches and 16.4 inches
    • South Killingly: 21 inches
    • Southbury: 6.5
    • Southington: 11.2 inches
    • Stafford Springs:  16.5 inches
    • Staffordville: 23 inches
    • Stonington: 16 inches
    • Thomaston: 7 inches
    • Thompson: 33.5 inches
    • Tolland: 21.5 inches
    • Union: 15 inches
    • Vernon: 14.8 inches
    • Waterbury: 5.5 inches
    • Watertown: 11.5 inches
    • West Hartford: 13 inches
    • West Haven: 11 inches
    • Weston: 14 inches
    • Wethersfield: 12.5 inches
    • Windsor: 10 inches
    • Windsor Locks: 7.8 inches

    Northeastern and Central Connecticut

    Much of the state's interior received between 10 and 15 inches of snow, but a band of heavy precipitation dropped up to 30 inches along the eastern border in towns such as Thompson and Moosup. Check the full list of snow totals for Hartford, Tolland and Windham counties.

    Southeastern and Southwestern Connecticut

    The disparity between the eastern and western parts of the shoreline is significant. Most of Fairfield County has received less than a foot of snow, while parts of Middlesex County have received up to 22 inches and areas of New London County have received 24.5 inches. Check the list of snow totals for Fairfield, Middlesex, New Haven and New London counties.

    Western Connecticut

    The brunt of the storm dodged Litchfield County, which has received between 3.6 and 9 inches of snow, according tothe National Weather Service. Check the full list here.

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