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On Ryan's Radar

First Alert Meteorologist Ryan Hanrahan Gives You His Take on Connecticut's Weather

Snowstorm Totals

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NBC Connecticut First Alert meteorologist Ryan Hanrahan gives you the science behind the forecast and shares with you an in-depth look at the weather impacting Connecticut.

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The forecast for yesterday worked out pretty well! There was a sharp gradient in the state with relatively little snow falling in northwestern Connecticut and nearly a foot in some towns in the Quiet Corner. Here's a look at some snow totals across the state. 

  • Brooklyn - 11.3”
  • Moosup - 10.8"
  • Norwich - 9.5”
  • Dayville - 9.1”
  • Uncasville - 9.0”
  • Stonington - 8.7”
  • Stonington - 8.1”
  • Madison - 7.2”
  • Waterford - 7.2”
  • Griswold - 7.0”
  • Norwich (official) - 7.0”
  • Waterford - 6.7”
  • New London - 6.5”
  • Staffordville - 6.0”
  • Newtown - 6.0”
  • Westbrook - 6.0”
  • Glastonbury - 6.0”
  • Storrs -5.8”
  • Bridgeport (official) - 5.7”
  • Prospect - 5.6”
  • Prospect - 5.5”
  • Mystic - 5.5”
  • Hebron - 5.5”
  • North Grosvenordale - 5.5”
  • South Windham - 5.5”
  • New Canaan - 5.4”
  • Somers - 5.1”
  • Monroe - 5.0”
  • Shelton - 5.0”
  • Darien - 5.0”
  • Portland - 5.0”
  • Bethel - 4.9”
  • Milford - 4.8”
  • Bethel - 4.5”
  • West Hartford (NBC Connecticut) - 4.5”
  • East Hartford - 4.5”
  • Farmington - 4.5”
  • Norwalk - 4.3”
  • Stamford - 4.3”
  • Glastonbury Center - 3.7”
  • Bristol - 3.5”
  • New Hartford - 3.3”
  • Norfolk - 3.3”
  • Windsor Locks (official) - 3.3”
  • Collinsville - 3.2”
  • North Granby - 3.2”
  • Enfield - 3.1”
  • North Canton - 3.0”
  • Colebrook - 2.9”
  • Newtown - 2.7”
  • Watertown - 2.0”
Snow totals are from NBC Connecticut weather watchers, National Weather Service official cooperative observers, and CoCoRaHS observers. Joining CoCoRaHS is a great way to provide valuable rain and snow observations to meteorologists across the country! 
Note: Some towns may have more than one total if multiple measurements were taken at different locations within town.