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MAP: How Much Snow Did Massachusetts Get From the Blizzard?

The National Weather Service reported that Stoughton saw 30.9 inches of snow

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A blizzard dumped around two feet of snow in parts of Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut on Saturday.

Much of the East Coast was battered by the fierce winter storm all day, flinging heavy snow that made travel treacherous or impossible.

The storm thrashed parts of 10 states, with blizzard warnings that stretched from Virginia to Maine, but Boston was in the crosshairs.

Forecasters watched closely for new snowfall records on Saturday, especially in Boston. The city's modern snowfall record is 27.6 inches, set in 2003.

NBC10 Boston meteorologist Pete Bouchard said late Saturday night that Boston had tied its record for the most snow in one day, with 23.6 inches falling Saturday (Note: not storm total).

But it was Stoughton that got the jackpot, where the National Weather Service reported 30.9" of snow.

As of 8:30 p.m. Saturday, the National Weather Service reported some of the highest totals by state so far, which included more than 30" in Sharon, Mass., almost 25" in Warren, Rhode Island; more than 21" in Groton, Connecticut; 18" in Brunswick, Maine, and more than 13" in Rye, New Hampshire.

The NWS said more than 30 inches fell in Sharon, Massachusetts.

Some other parts of New England were far from setting all-time records but still saw significant snowfall.

Here's a look at some of those snowfall totals from cities and towns across New England:

Massachusetts

Abington: 24"

Acushnet: 18.8"

Andover: 12"

Allston: 15"

Attleborough: 22"

Bedford: 18.4"

Berkley: 22.5"

Berlin: 14.8"

Belmont: 17.5"

Braintree: 23"

Burlington: 22.3"

Brockton: 25"

Billerica: 18.5"

Bridgewater: 24"

Boston: 24.5"

Bourne: 20"

Brookline: 15"

Cambridge: 14"

Canton: 21"

Carver: 19.2"

Chelmsford: 15.5"

Chelsea: 24"

Cohasset: 22"

Charlestown: 24"

Dartmouth: 14.3"

Danvers: 24.5"

Dighton: 21"

Dennis: 12"

Douglas: 19.4"

Duxbury: 20"

Easton: 22"

East Bridgewater: 27.3"

Franklin: 18"

Freetown: 20"

Framingham: 12.2"

Foxborough: 24"

Fall River: 22"

Grafton: 8.9"

Georgetown: 12"

Halifax: 23"

Hanover: 23.5"

Hanson: 27"

Haverhill: 12"

Hudson: 17.1"

Hyannis: 11"

Hingham: 23"

Lawrence: 14"

Lexington: 18.9"

Lakeville: 20"

Lowell: 18.2"

Littleton: 14"

Millis: 13.8"

Milton: 22"

Mattapan: 21"

Mattapoisett: 18"

Marshfield: 21.5"

Mansfield: 22"

Marblehead: 20"

Marlborough: 14"

Middleborough: 24"

Malden: 20"

Medway: 16.9"

Mashpee: 13"

Melrose: 13.3"

Methuen: 15"

Medfield: 18"

Millville: 12"

Milford: 17"

Natick: 20.1"

New Bedford: 18.5"

Newton: 12"

Newburyport: 16"

Northbridge: 19"

Northborough: 9.3"

North Attleborough: 20.5"

Norwood: 19.5"

Norfolk: 14"

Norton: 29.1"

Peabody: 19"

Pembroke: 26"

Plympton: 17"

Plymouth: 24.7"

Raynham: 23"

Randolph: 22.1"

Rockland: 14.5"

Rehoboth: 18.6"

Quincy: 30"

Swansea: 23.8"

Swampscott: 26.2"

Salem: 14"

Stoughton: 30.9"

Sudbury: 16.5"

Somerset: 22"

Sharon: 30.4"

Stoneham: 22"

Stoughton: 30.9"

Taunton: 23"

Uxbridge: 17"

Wakefield: 22.4"

Whittinsville: 19.4"

Walpole: 21.5"

Waltham: 16"

Wareham: 18"

Westborough: 17.7"

Wilmington: 19"

Westwood: 20.5"

Weston: 17.5"

Worcester: 14.7"

Weymouth: 24"

Wellesley: 12"

Webster: 14"

Winchester: 20.5"

Westford: 15.3"

Whitman: 29.5"

Wrentham: 18"

Westport: 18"

Woburn: 15.5"

Yarmouth: 10.5"

From Boston's snow emergency, to no visibility in Revere, Mass., over to flooding concerns in Marshfield, here's our team coverage from Saturday's blizzard.

Rhode Island

Barrington: 22"

Block Island: 14"

Bristol: 22"

Burrillville: 21"

Coventry: 15"

Cumberland: 15"

Cranston: 18"

Central Falls: 18.6"

East Greenwich: 19.5"

Exeter: 15"

Foster 19.3"

Hopkinton: 20"

Jamestown: 14"

Kingston: 17"

Newport: 21"

North Smithfield: 16.5"

North Kingstown: 15.4"

Providence: 21.3"

Portsmouth: 16.5'

Pawtucket: 17.5"

Richmond: 14"

Smithfield: 14"

Tiverton: 22"

Westerly: 22"

Warren: 24.6"

West Warwick: 24"

Saturday's blizzard brought plenty of snow to the City of Boston.

Connecticut

Andover: 7"

Baltic: 20"

Barkhamsted: 4"

Branford: 13"

Bridgeport: 10.4"

Chester: 8"

Clinton: 12"

Coventry: 10"

Cromwell: 9.8"

East Haven: 9"

East Windsor: 7.5"

Enfield: 6.1"

Essex: 12.1"

Fairfield: 10.8"

Glastonbury: 7"

Groton: 21.5"

Hartford: 8.5"

Harwinton: 5"

Killingworth: 5"

Killingly: 19.5"

Ledyard Center: 17.3"

Lisbon: 24"

Middlefield: 4.7"

Milford: 11.3"

New Milford: 4.5"

North Haven: 5.2"

Norwich: 19"

Plainfield: 18"

Pomfret: 8"

Rockville: 6"

Seymour: 10.2"

Scotland: 21.6"

Shelton: 8.2"

Southington: 9.4"

Stamford: 7"

Sterling: 21"

Storrs: 5"

Torrington: 4"

Trumbull: 6"

Wallingford: 8.5"

Westbrook: 9.7"

Weston: 5.3"

Winsted: 4"

Windsor Locks: 6"

Not everyone wanted to stay inside on Saturday.

New Hampshire

Albany: 2.5"

Auburn: 5"

Amherst: 7.5"

Bartlett: 2"

Brookline: 8"

Belmont: 6.5"

Barrington: 10"

Bristol: 2.8"

Bow: 4"

Bedford: 8"

Canterbury: 7"

Chester: 7.5"

Chichester: 8"

Concord: 5.5"

Cornish: 1.5"

Contoocook: 3"

Deerfield: 10"

Derry: 11.3"

Dover: 11"

Danbury: 4.7"

Durham: 8"

Dunbarton: 6"

Epsom: 9"

Goffstown: 7"

Gorham: 4"

Greenland: 8.7"

Hale: 1.7"

Hudson: 12.3"

Hampstead: 9.5"

Hampton: 12"

Henniker: 4"

Jefferson: 7"

Keene: 7.8"

Kingston: 10.2"

Lancaster: 2.5"

Lee: 10.5"

Laconia: 7.9"

Manchester: 8"

Madison: 3.5"

Milford: 7.5"

Mount Vernon: 5.6"

Meredith: 2.2"

Marlow: 8"

Nashua: 11"

North Conway: 3"

Northumberland: 3"

Northfield: 8.5"

Northwood: 13.2"

New Boston: 6.5"

New London: 6"

New Durham: 8"

New Ipswich: 6"

Pinkham Notch: 2.8"

Peterborough: 6"

Plymouth: 3.6"

Pittsfield: 6"

Rindge: 8.6"

Rye: 13.5"

Sanbornton: 7"

Stratham: 13"

Strafford: 9"

Sandwich: 3.7"

Sugar Hill: 4.8"

Sutton Mills: 4.5"

Sandown: 9.5"

Tamworth: 3.2"

Temple: 8.5"

UNity: 5"

Windham: 12.5"

Wolfeboro: 10.9"

Whitefield: 2"

West Chesterfield: 2.6"

NBC10 Boston's Eli Rosenberg and Katherine Underwood report on the conditions Saturday evening in Scituate and Gloucester, Mass.

Maine

Auburn: 11.5"

Anson: 7"

Ashland: 12.2"

Abbot: 12.5"

Blaine 12.5"

Belfast: 14.7"

Brooklin: 3.7"

Belmont: 13.7"

Bangor: 19"

Bath: 20"

Brunswick: 18"

Bristol: 8.5"

Bethel: 5.5"

Berwick: 8"

Bremen: 12"

Brewer: 12.3"

Carmel: 18"

Cape Neddick: 6"

Caribou: 12.2"

Cape Elizabeth: 10.5"

Charlotte: 16.6"

China: 12.6"

Clinton: 17"

Castle Hill: 12.4"

Calais: 18"

Cooper: 13"

Columbia: 9"

Cornish: 8.5"

Cumberland: 11"

Damariscotta: 8"

Dexter: 2.8"

Danforth: 11.8"

Durham: 10"

Dover-Foxcroft: 10"

Dedham: 11.8"

Dallas: 9.6"

Dixmont: 18"

Eastport: 18.7"

East Waterboro: 5.4"

Edmunds: 14"

East Machias: 17"

East Surry: 17.5"

Ellsworth: 12"

East Baldwin: 7"

Freeport: 15"

Farmington: 5.5"

Farmingdale: 16.1"

Fort Fairfield: 8.5"

Falmouth: 12.7"

Fort Kent: 8"

Frenchville: 8"

Gorham: 11.4"

Gray: 12.3"

Greenville: 12.5"

Glenburn: 15.1"

Houlton: 4"

Hallowell: 5"

Harmony: 16"

Hartford: 6"

Hermon: 13.5"

Hampden: 20"

Holden: 8"

Hallowell 5"

Hollis: 9"

Houlton: 15"

Jefferson: 7"

Kennebunkport: 6"

Kingfield: 9.5"

Kittery: 11.5"

Kingsbury: 16"

Knox: 15"

Lakeville: 6"

Lisbon Falls: 18.6"

Lisbon: 18"

Lamoine: 13"

Liberty: 14.7"

Litchfield: 16"

Limerick: 2.8"

Lewiston: 16"

Lille: 10"

Millbridge: 18"

Milford: 10"

Meddybemps: 15"

Millinocket: 9"

Madrid: 12.3"

Newcastle: 17"

Nobleboro: 16"

North Waterboro: 6.5"

New Gloucester: 10.5"

New Sharon: 9.5"

New Limerick: 12.5"

North Amity: 13.3"

North Windham: 8"

Old Orchard Beach: 14.8"

Orland: 8"

Oxford: 7"

Orono: 17.5"

Orient: 14"

Otisfield: 9"

Orrington: 14.5"

Palmyra: 13.5"

Perry: 12"

Presque Isle: 13"

Poland: 10.2"

Portland: 13.2"

Princeton: 16"

Pownal: 8.1"

Robbinston: 15.2"

Roque Bluffs: 17"

Rockport: 14"

Rockland: 11.5"

Randolph: 16.5"

Readfield: 13"

Saco: 4"

Sanford: 12"

Seawall: 16"

Sebago: 7"

Solon: 8"

Searsmont: 9.1"

Smyrna Mills: 12"

Stockholm: 11.5"

Standish: 10.1"

Topsfield: 12"

Topsham: 17.5"

Tremont: 11"

Trevett: 12"

Temple: 6.5"

Tenants Harbor: 13"

Thomaston: 14.5"

Turner: 8"

Union: 12"

Vassalboro: 12.8"

Veazie: 22"

Van Buren: 9.5"

Waldoboro: 11"

Woolwich: 8"

Wellington: 11"

West Paris: 10.5"

Winterport: 12.6"

Whiting: 19"

Westbrook: 16"

Wayne: 8.8"

Yarmouth: 13"

The Associated Press contributed to this report

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