Snowfall totals from December 7, 2016

Picture from @SkiPow7
Picture from @SkiPow7


Most of Connecticut woke up to rain falling this morning but there were also several towns that picked up a touch of snow. Many of these locations are higher elevations of course, but it sure was enough to cause slippery travel early Wednesday morning. A tractor trailed rolled over on I-84 Westbound this morning, icy roads is to blame. Above is a picture from Wolcott, Connecticut where roughly 1 inch of snow fell. You can check out a list of snowfall totals below. If you measured any snow in your backyard and would like to send it in. You can do so by contacting us on social media below:

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Town Amount (Inch)
Wolcott 2.3
Burlington 1.5
Plymouth 1.0
Tolland 1.0
Warren 1.0
Prospect 1.0
Colebrook 0.7
New Hartford 0.6
Ridgefield 0.6
North Canton 0.5
Bristol 0.5
Collinsville 0.5
Bethel 0.5
Newtown 0.5
North Granby 0.3
Southington 0.2
Brookfield 0.1


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