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Snowfall Totals: These Are the Towns That Won Round 1

The rain is expected to turn back into snow on Monday night

Some areas of northern New England have already seen 9 inches of snow from the storm that started late Sunday and is expected to turn to rain for many on Monday before the snow returns again on Monday night.

The snow is expected to return around 1 p.m. in the Boston area, bringing up to another 2 inches by the evening commute.

Here's a look at some of the highest snowfall totals across the region, according to the National Weather Service:

Chelsea, Vermont: 9"

West Newbury, Vermont: 8.5"

Braintree, Vermont: 8.5"

Concord, N.H.: 7"

Keene, N.H.: 6.5"

Groton, Vermont: 6"

Arlington, Vermont: 6"

Orwell, Vermont: 5.7"

Canterbury, N.H.: 5"

Cornville, Maine: 5"

Northfield, Vermont: 5"

Shapleigh, Maine: 4.5"

Topsham, Maine: 4.5"

Livermore Falls, Maine: 4.5"

Westminster, Vermont: 4"

Worcester, Vermont: 4"

Underhill, Vermont: 3.5"

Bridgton, Maine: 3.5"

Clarksburg, Massachusetts: 3.5"

Manchester, N.H.: 3.2"

North Adams, Massachusetts: 3.2"

Cumberland, Maine: 3.1"

Kennebunk, Maine, 3"

Rochester, N.H.: 3"

Ashburnham, Massachusetts: 3"

Meredith, N.H.: 3"

Madison, N.H.: 3"

Elmore, Vermont: 3"

West Norwich, Vermont: 3"

Plainfield, Massachusetts: 3"

Rowe, Massachusetts: 3"

Savoy, Massachusetts: 2.7"

Hooksett, N.H.: 2.6"

Hillsborough, N.H.: 2.5"

Newport, N.H.: 2.5"

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