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How Much Snow Did You Get in the First Storm of 2018?

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    NEWSLETTERS

    Girl Kayaks Through Winter Storm Slush

    Travel was difficult during Thursday's winter storm, but some found other means of transportation. (Published Friday, Jan. 5, 2018)

    The first major snowstorm to hit New England in 2018 left behind more than a foot of snow in some areas, coastal flooding and a blast of bitter temperatures.

    The following are snowfall total reports from the National Weather Service:

    MASSACHUSETTS

    Taunton - 16.9"

    ‘Parkland Speaks’: School Shooting Survivors Turn Grief Into Activism

    [NATL] ‘Parkland Speaks’: School Shooting Survivors Turn Grief Into Activism

    Survivors of the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School have turned to music, poetry, art and activism as they try to cope with the grief of losing 17 students and teachers on Feb 14, 2018.

    (Published Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2019)

    Dighton - 16.3"

    Swansea - 16"

    Mansfield - 15.5"

    North Dighton - 14.7"

    Fall River - 14.3"

    Attleboro - 13.5"

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    New Bedford - 8.4"

    West Acushnet - 6.6"

    Acushnet - 6"

    West Peabody - 17"

    Haverhill - 16"

    Methuen - 15"

    Angry Travis Scott Concertgoers Storm Oklahoma Venue

    [NATL] Angry Travis Scott Concertgoers Storm Oklahoma Venue

    Fans at a sold-out Travis Scott concert in Tulsa, Oklahoma, cracked doors and stormed security guards after the concert was postponed to March on Feb. 11. Video courtesy @aaron.wav

    (Published Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2019)

    Ipswich - 15"

    Danvers - 14.2"

    Marblehead - 13.5"

    Saugs - 13"

    Topsfield - 12.5"

    Bradford - 12"

    Abandoned Baby Found in the Middle of Calif. Road

    [NATL] Abandoned Baby Found in the Middle of Calif. Road

    A newborn baby girl is recovering at California's Valley Children's Hospital after she was abandoned in the middle of a Madera County road. The Madera County Sheriff's Office said Aurelio Fuentes, from Madera, was out delivering newspapers when he found the baby lying on the road.

    (Published Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2019)

    Lynn - 12"

    Peabody - 12"

    Gloucester - 10"

    Manchester - 9.4"

    Greenfield - 10.5"

    Shelburne - 10"

    Greenfield - 8.2"

    Leyden - 8"

    Northfield - 7"

    Colrain - 6.5"

    Whately - 6"

    Chester - 12.3"

    Valentine's Day on Track to Break Spending Record

    [NATL] Valentine's Day on Track to Break Spending Record

    Fewer couples may be inclined to celebrate Valentine's Day this year, but those who do are slated to break the bank wooing their significant other come Feb. 14. 

    (Published Monday, Feb. 11, 2019)

    Southwick - 12"

    West Springfield - 12"

    Hampden - 11.5"

    Ludlow - 11"

    Springfield - 10.5"

    Palmer - 10.5"

    Train Leaves With Baby on Board; Dad Left on Platform

    [NATL]Cleveland Train Leaves With Baby on Board; Dad Left on Platform

    A surveillance video released by a transit authority in Cleveland shows a man stepping off a train to smoke a cigarette and then frantically chasing after it when it leaves the station with his baby on board.

    (Published Friday, Feb. 8, 2019)

    East Longmeadow - 10"

    Wilbraham - 9"

    Longmeadow - 9"

    Agawam - 8.5"

    Northampton - 12.3"

    Amherst - 12"

    School Bus Flips on Icy Kansas City Road

    [NATL] School Bus Flips on Icy Kansas City Road

    Icy roads could be to blame for a school bus that lost control and flipped onto its side Wednesday afternoon in Kansas City, Missouri. Three students, including one in a wheelchair, were on the bus at the time of the crash. The Center School District said none were seriously injured.

    (Published Thursday, Feb. 7, 2019)

    Florence - 10.8"

    Plainfield - 10.5"

    Easthampton - 10.2"

    Worthington - 10"

    Amherst Center - 10"

    East Arlington - 17"

    NASA: 2018 Was the Fourth Hottest Year on Record

    [NATL] NASA: 2018 Was the Fourth Hottest Year on Record

    Data from NASA and NOAA show a continuing pattern of the global temperatures rising since 1880. The three hottest years on record were 2015, 2016 and 2017, followed by 2018.

    (Published Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2019)

    Lincoln - 17"

    Lexington - 16.9"

    Winchester - 16.2"

    Framingham - 16"

    Woburn - 16"

    Wakefield - 16"

    Dogs Are Sick, Dying After Eating Recalled Food: Owners

    [NATL DFW] Pet Owners Say Their Dogs Are Sick, Dying After Eating Recalled Hill's Pet Nutrition Dog Food

    Just days after Hill's Pet Nutrition voluntarily recalled select canned dog food products due to potentially elevated levels of vitamin D, more than a dozen dog owners have come forward on the company's Facebook page saying their dogs have either become sick or died after being fed the food.

    (Published Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2019)

    Townsend - 15.8"

    Dracut - 15.4"

    Billerica - 15.2"

    Melrose - 15.1"

    West Newton - 15"

    Acton - 15"

    Concord - 15"

    Groton - 14.5"

    Wilmington - 14"

    Littleton - 14"

    Tewksbury - 13.8"

    Reading - 13.6"

    Hudson - 13.5"

    Pepperell - 13.5"

    Ashby - 13.5"

    Natick - 13.5"

    Stoneham - 13"

    North Chelmsford - 13"

    Arlington - 13"

    Everett - 12.5"

    Tyngsboro - 12.5"

    Shirley - 12"

    Westford - 12"

    North Reading - 11.5"

    Hopkinton - 11"

    Pepperell - 7"

    Stoughton - 17.5"

    Milton - 17"

    South Weymouth - 16"

    East Milton - 15.5"

    Braintree - 15.2"

    Quincy - 14.5"

    Franklin - 14.5"

    Norwood - 14.3"

    Dover - 14"

    Weymouth - 13"

    Millis - 13"

    Needham - 12.8"

    Randolph - 12"

    Cohasset - 11"

    Walpole - 6.8"

    Wrentham - 5.7"

    East Bridgewater - 16.5"

    Brockton -16.4"

    Rockland - 15.5"

    Hanover - 14.5"

    Bridgewater - 13"

    Hanson - 11.5"

    Lakeville - 10"

    Scituate - 9.8"

    Plymouth - 7.5"

    Kingston - 7.3"

    Charlestown - 16.6"

    Dorchester - 16"

    South Boston - 14"

    Winthrop - 13.2"

    1 N East Boston - 13.2"

    Worcester - 16.8"

    Millbury - 16.5"

    Sterling - 15.8"

    Milford - 15.3"

    Hubbaraston - 14.5"

    Lunenburg - 14.1"

    Westminster - 14"

    Leominster - 13.9"

    Fitchburg - 13.9"

    Northborough - 13.5"

    Shrewsbury - 13.3"

    Clinton - 12.8"

    North Grafton - 12.1"

    Holden - 11.5"

    Mendon - 11"

    Auburn - 11"

    Millville - 10"

    Gardner - 10"

    Spencer - 10"

    Worcester 8.5"

    Rutland - 6"

    Harvard - 3"

    NEW HAMPSHIRE

    Gilmanton - 14"

    Ashland - 12.1"

    Lakeport - 12"

    Belmont - 11.5"

    Sanbornton - 11"

    Meredith - 11"

    Tilton - 11"

    Gilford - 10"

    W Sanbornton - 9.6"

    Meredith - 9.5"

    North Conway - 10.3"

    Wolfeboro - 10.2"

    Sandwich - 9.3"

    Tamworth - 8.5"

    Jackson - 8"

    Albany - 7.6"

    North Conway - 7.5"

    Madison - 6.3"

    Rindge - 15.4"

    Marlborough - 12"

    Rindge - 12"

    Keene - 11"

    Alstead - 10.5"

    Otter Brook Lake - 9"

    Pittsburg - 15"

    Randolph - 13"

    Berlin - 9.0"

    Lancaster - 3.9"

    Sugar Hill - 9.9"

    Plymouth - 8"

    Holderness - 8"

    Bristol - 8"

    Hudson - 15"

    Weare - 14"

    Bedford - 14"

    Hudson - 13.7"

    Nashua - 13"

    Milford - 11.5"

    East Milford - 10.4"

    Mount Vernon - 8.1"

    Concord - 13"

    Bradford - 12.3"

    Newbury - 12.2"

    Tilton - 12"

    Pittsfield - 11.5"

    Boscawen - 11"

    Bow - 10.4"

    Chichester - 10"

    Bow - 10"

    Danbury - 9"

    Penacook - 6.9"

    Boscawen - 6.9"

    Seabrook - 15"

    Windham - 14.3"

    Auburn - 13.5"

    Stratham - 12.3"

    Londonderry - 11.5"

    Exeter - 11"

    West Hampstead - 11"

    Epsom - 10.5"

    East Kingston - 10.3"

    Epping - 10"

    Deerfield 10"

    Epping - 10"

    Greenland - 9.5"

    Hampton - 8"

    Dover - 13.5"

    Somersworth - 12"

    E Barrington - 12"

    Strafford - 9.5"

    Croydon - 10"

    CONNECTICUT

    Canton - 15"

    Granby - 13.5"

    Southington - 13"

    Burlington - 13"

    Bristol - 12"

    Enfield - 11.8"

    Avon - 11"

    Manchester - 11"

    West Hartford - 10.5"

    Windsor Locks - 10.2"

    North Granby - 10.1"

    Wethersfield - 10"

    South Windsor - 10"

    Windsor - 9.8"

    Farmington - 6.5"

    Marlborough - 6"

    Weatogue - 5.8"

    New Britain - 5.5"

    Staffordville - 16.6"

    Stafford Springs - 13.1"

    Tolland - 13"

    Somers - 11.8"

    Coventry - 10.5"

    Columbia - 10.5"

    Andover - 10.2"

    Hebron - 9.2"

    Sterling - 11.5"

    East Killingly - 11"

    Woodstock - 11"

    Eastford - 10"

    Willimantic - 9.5"

    Pomfret - 8"

    Hampton - 8"

    Chaplin - 7"

    RHODE ISLAND

    Warren - 16.9"

    Bristol - 16.5"

    Barrington - 12.5"

    West Warwick - 15.7"

    Warwick - 13.9"

    Greene - 12.5"

    West Grennwich - 9.5"

    Tiverton - 14"

    Portsmouth - 13.5"

    Little Compton - 12.5"

    Middletown - 12"

    Pawtucket - 16"

    Cranston - 16"

    Cumberland - 14"

    North Providence - 14"

    Riverside - 14"

    Providence - 13.3"

    Burrillville - 13"

    North Cumberland - 12.5"

    North Smithfield - 11.6"

    East Providence - 10.4"

    North Foster - 7.5"

    North Providence - 2"

    Westerly - 11.4"

    Block Island - 10"

    Saunderstown - 6.5"

    Stillmanville - 5"

    MAINE

    W Leeds - 14.5"

    E Lewiston - 13.5"

    Auburn - 13"

    Lisbon Falls - 13"

    Poland - 12.6"

    Mechanic Falls - 12.2"

    E Turner - 12"

    Durham - 11.1"

    Turner - 10"

    Gorham - 13.6"

    South Windham - 12.3"

    Standish - 12.3"

    Gray NWS Office - 12"

    Portland Jetport - 11.9"

    Yarmouth - 11.9"

    Cumberland Center - 11.5"

    Portland - 11"

    New Gloucester - 11"

    Brunswick - 11"

    Gorham - 10.8"

    Freeport - 10.8"

    Falmouth - 10.6"

    Naples - 9.5"

    North Windham - 8.8"

    Bridgton - 8.2"

    Sharon - 13"

    Farmington - 11.9"

    Farmington - 11.9"

    New Sharon - 11"

    Rangeley - 10"

    Eustis - 9.8"

    Rangeley 2nw - 9"

    Temple - 8.2"

    Mount Vernon - 15.3"

    Randolph - 13"

    China - 10"

    Sidney - 8.5"

    Union - 10"

    Rockland - 8.3"

    Union - 8"

    Camden - 6.2"

    Alna - 12"

    Westport - 10"

    Whitefield - 9.5"

    Wiscasset - 9"

    Bristol - 9"

    Nobleboro - 9"

    Boothbay - 8"

    Jefferson - 6"

    Boothbay - 5.5"

    Norway - 15"

    Otisfield - 13.5"

    Buckfield - 13"

    Hartford - 12.5"

    Peru - 11"

    Bethel - 8.5"

    Andover - 8"

    Topsham - 13.3"

    Bath - 10"

    Moosehead Lake - 14.5"

    Harmony - 14"

    Hartland - 13.2"

    Athens - 13"

    Brassua Lake - 13"

    4 ENE New Portland - 11"

    Jackman - 9.5"

    Belfast - 14"

    Orrington - 13.4"

    Knox - 12"

    Searsmont - 10.5"

    Thorndike - 8.5"

    Belfast - 8"

    Steep Falls - 14.0"

    Hollis - 13.5"

    West Buxton - 13.5"

    Hollis - 13.5"

    2 NNW Saco - 13"

    Biddeford - 12"

    West Newfield - 11"

    Ferry Beach - 10.7"

    Kennebunk - 10.6"

    Acton - 10.4"

    Buxton - 10"

    Cape Neddick - 9.8"

    Ogunquit - 9.8"

    Biddeford - 9"

    Berwick - 9"

    Parsonsfield - 9"


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