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Snowfall Totals: How much snow fell in Massachusetts on January 16, 2023

Updated January 16, 2023 5:58 am EST

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WINTER BEFORE SPRING COMES. WE FINALLY GET WINTERY WEATHER HERE. MANY OF US LOOK OUTSIDE AND IT LIES WHITE ON THE GROUND. THE SYSTEM WILL CONTINUE TO GENERATE SNOWS. THE CONSULTATION CONTINUES UNTIL TONIGHT. SHOWERS WILL PASS TODAY. ADDITIONAL ACCUMULATION WILL BE LIMITED AT LIMIT TEMPERATURES DURING THE DAYHOURS. WHERE IT WAS UNTREATED THIS MORNING TAKE-AWAY IT IS SMOOTH. BE CAREFUL WHEN EXIT. NEWBURYPORT HAS OVER TWO INCHES OF SNOW. THIS IS THE COLLECTION THAT HAS MANAGED TO COME TO OUR TERRITORY. IT TOOK A FEW DAYS. WE HAVE SOME WIDESPREAD COLLECTION. Parts of the North Shore and South Shore are just above, up to four inches of snow. THE TEMPERATURES ARE JUST SLIGHTLY COLD ENOUGH. BOSTON NORTH AND WEST, IT IS BELOW FREEZING. DANGER. IT COULD BE SMOOTH. IN MERRIMACK VALLEY, WE MAKE IT SCHÄR. THIS IS MOVING THROUGH LOWELL NOW. THIS MOVES BEYOND THE ROUTE 2 CORRIDOR. WHEN YOU WALK THIS WAY, THE SNOW WILL FALL. IF IT HAS NOT BEEN TREATED IT IS PROBABLY SMOOTH. IT looks like we’re going to start ramping up shipping in the Outer Cape. THIS WILL HELPS HOLD THOSE SHOWERS TODAY. THIS WHOLE THING WILL NOT GO OUT OF OUR HAIR. IT ALWAYS OPENS UP AGAIN. SOME 30+ MPH GUSTS STILL BE ON THE SHORESHORE. AT TEMPERATURES ABOVE FREEZING, THERE ARE MINIMAL EFFECTS. YOU WILL PASS FROM THIS TOMORROW. There might be a break. WATCH OUT FOR SOME SLICKSPOTS. WE ARE DOWN DOWN. IT WILL BE A MILD DAY. WE’RE GOOD IN THE 40’S. WE WILL MELT SOME OF THIS SNOW. THIS SYSTEM COMES TO THE WEST COAST. AS IT WORKS TOWARDS THE AREA, IT LOOKS LIKE IT WILL TRAVEL WEST. THIS ALLOWS EARLY ICE COVERING. THIS WILL LIKELY TURN THE TERRAIN OVER. IT’S MORE MESSY AND TO THE WEEK.

Snowfall Totals: How much snow fell in Massachusetts on January 16, 2023

WCVB

Updated January 16, 2023 5:58 am EST

Ribbons of snow slowly drifting across Massachusetts during the holiday weekend finally brought Boston its first inch of powder for the season. Other notable reports StormTeam 5 found are 3.3 inches at Cohasset and 2.6 inches at Bourne. Here are the latest snowfall reports from the National Weather Service, who last issued a report at 10:09 p.m. This will be updated as new measurements are received: BARNSTABLE COUNTYBOURNE 2.6 IN 1007 PM SANDWICH 1.4 IN 0659 PMBARNSTABLE 1.2 IN 0100 PMBRISTOL COUNTYACUSHNET 1.3 IN 0818 PM ESSEX COUNTYNEWBURYPORT 1.0 IN 0846 PM SWAMPSCOTT 1.0 IN 0920 PMMIDDLESEX 0.9LEXINGTON COUNTY IN 0935 PMNORFOLK COUNTYWEYMOUTH 1.4 IN 1000 PMRANDOLPH 0.8 IN 0659 PMPLYMOUTH COUNTYDUXBURY 2.7 IN 0727 PM EAST BRIDGEWATER 2.5 IN 0955 PM WAREHAM 2.2 IN 0820 PMROCKLAND 1.5 IN 0716 PMSUFFOLK COUNTYLOGAN IN AP 1.0 AM

Ribbons of snow slowly drifting across Massachusetts during the holiday weekend finally brought Boston its first inch of powder for the season.

Other notable reports found by StormTeam 5 include 3.3 inches at Cohasset and 2.6 inches at Bourne.

Snowfall reports from January 16, 2023 at 5:45 am

Here are the latest snowfall reports from the National Weather Service, who last issued a report at 10:09 p.m. This will be updated as new measurements come in:

BARNSTABLE COUNTY

BOURNE 2.6 IN 1007 O’CLOCK

SANDWICH 1.4 IN 0659 H.M

BARNSTABLE 1.2 IN 0100 HOURS

BRISTOL COUNTY

ACUSHNET 1.3 IN 0818 AM

ESSEX COUNTY

NEWBURYPORT 1.0 AT 0846

SWAMPSCOTT 1.0 IN 0920 H.M

MIDDLESEX COUNTY

LEXINGTON 0.9 IN 0935 H.M

NORFOLK COUNTY

WEYMOUTH 1.4 IN 1000 O’CLOCK

RANDOLPH 0.8 IN 0659 H.M

PLYMOUTH COUNTY

DUXBURY 2.7 IN 0727 H.M

EAST BRIDGEWATER 2.5 AT 0955

WAREHAM 2.2 IN 0820 P.M

ROCKLAND 1.5 IN 0716 H.M

County of Suffolk

LOGAN AP 1.0 IN 0841 AM

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