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Clean-Up Underway After Blizzard Drops More Than a Foot of Snow in Parts of Conn.

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Clean-up is underway after a blizzard dropped more than a foot of snow in parts of Connecticut on Saturday.

Some of the snowfall totals we're seeing include 24 inches in Lisbon, 21.5 inches in Groton, 19 inches in Norwich and 13 inches in Branford.

You can see the snow totals for other cities and towns here.

Dozens of churches and businesses have announced cancellations for Sunday. See the full list here.

Norwich took a beating on Saturday with over a foot of snow and windy conditions.

The snow was accompanied by strong winds in parts of the state. With the strong winds, much of Connecticut saw very limited visibility.

NBC Connecticut First Alert Chief Meteorologist Ryan Hanrahan discusses the different types of snowflakes and how those impact winter storms.

New London hit the criteria for a blizzard, which includes three consecutive hours of heavy snow, wind and reduced visibility.

Gov. Lamont announced that the state lifted its tractor-trailer ban that went into effect early Saturday morning. The ban was lifted at 11:59 p.m. on Saturday.

You can get the latest forecast anytime here.

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