Some parts of Massachusetts saw up to 8 inches of snow overnight, according to a Tuesday-morning report from the National Weather Service.
In its 7:30 a.m. notice, the agency said the Hampshire County town of Plainfield had the most snow ever recorded in Massachusetts, according to reports submitted from across the state to the agency’s regional forecast office.
Weather service forecasters expected the heaviest snow to end by daylight, although light flakes could remain in some places throughout the day.
Forecasts on Monday called for many areas of the state to receive anywhere from just a few inches to more than 8 inches of snow, with the heaviest accumulations in higher-elevation areas of central and western Massachusetts.
With a little more snow expected during the day on Tuesday, this is where the weather service’s snowfall count was as of 7:30 a.m., with additional reports expected later Tuesday.
Snowfall totals can be measured by members of the public and submitted to the National Weather Service. If you don’t see your city listed, Click here Learn how to submit snow reports to the Weather Service.