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    In Western MA where I live they were calling from 6 to 10, people were rushing to get out of the mall by 6pm...general craziness. About midnight it hadn't started yet and I had commented to my wife "it seems too cold and dry"

    Woke up in the morning and had a grand total of.... 1.5 inches. Sorely disappointed. Grrr..

    The amounts grew as you headed farther East and/or South A friend of mine in Webster, MA (sorta next to RI) got about 10" he said.

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    Near Keene, NH, we got absolutely nothing. I was outside all day and we saw a few flakes, very few.

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    Sunny and as high as the 50's on the 20th here. I heard the mountains got the snow, but the Denver area got nothing.

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    The news said 2 feet in Norwich, CT. I took several measurements and came up with 15 inches. Wanted to break out the snow shoes and head off into the woods but I had to shovel then take the kids sled riding at the local golf course. I LOVE THIS STUFF.

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    15 inches is still a lot for Norwich for a single storm. My wife and I are both originally from that area (she grew up in Norwich and I grew up in Lisbon). Outside of the blizzard of '78 I can't remember many storms bigger than the one this weekend.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Larry LeBlanc View Post
    Can someone tell me what the record high temperature is on Mt Washington?
    The highest temp has been 72 F

    http://www.mountwashington.org/weather/normals.php
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    Well, we folks in Oneco, CT got around 15-18 inches. Love every inch of it!! Got the dog to pull me on my cross country skis - she loves this stuff, too! We were out for almost 2 hours. Man, did she sleep afterwards . . .
    Sorry for you folks up north . . . it IS a winter wonderland down here!!

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