Snowfall Totals in Worcester County After Monday’s Storm

by | Mar 4, 2019 | Commute, Headlines, News, Weather

Snowfall Totals in Worcester County After Monday's Storm 1

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WORCESTER – The National Weather Service [NWS] lists snowfall totals in each Massachusetts county provided to them by highway departments, observers, weather spotters and media outlets.

The following are the 10 locations with the highest snowfall total in Worcester County on Monday:

  1. Milford – 16. 0 Inches (As of 7:42 AM on 3/4 – Source: Trained Spotter)

2. Uxbridge – 15 Inches (As of 6:46 AM on 3/4 – Source: Ham Radio)

3. Northbridge 15 Inches (As of 7:51 AM on 3/4 – Source Ham Radio)

4. Grafton – 13.5 Inches (As of 7:30 AM on 3/4 – Source: Trained Spotter)

5. Sutton – 13 Inches (As of 7:23 AM on 3/4 – Source: Ham Radio)

6. Millville – 12.5 Inches (As of 5:46 AM on 3/4 – Source: Ham Radio)

7. Auburn – 11 Inches (As of 7:26 AM on 3/4 – Source: Trained Spotter)

8. Northborough – 10.4 Inches (As of 8:14 AM on 3/4 – Source: Ham Radio)

9. Mendon – 10 Inches (As of 4:48 AM on 3/4 – Source: Ham Radio)

10. Worcester – 8 Inches (As of 8:10 AM on 3/4 – Source: Ham Radio)

For more snowfall totals, click here: NWS Spotter Reports


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