A major snowstorm was winding down across New England Tuesday morning after dropping up to a foot and a half of snow on parts of the region.
Not everyone saw that much fall, however: the storm brought widely varied snow totals across Massachusetts, with some coastal towns seeing much smaller amounts.
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According to the National Weather Service's Skywarn Spotter network, the biggest snow jackpots in the state were Lowell (24 inches), East Acton (21.8 inches), Hudson (20.9 inches), Littleton (20.4 inches) and Wilmington (20 inches).
Worcester County was hit especially hard, with the NWS reporting that Ashburnham, Lunenburg, Fitchburg and Grafton all getting over 18 inches of snow.
Parts of Middlesex County were also hit hard, with Dracut and Burlington exceeding 18 inches.
Parts of Essex County were also hit hard, with North Andover getting 18 inches and Byfield getting 13.5 inches.
For a town-by-town list of snow fall totals, click here.