THURSDAY SNOW TOTALS: How much snow did Shelton get vs. others?

It appears about 8 to 9 inches of snow fell in Shelton, based on measurements taken off lower Bridgeport Avenue, near the Trumbull line.

Amounts may have been slightly higher in some other parts of Shelton, with higher elevations.

According to official state Department of Transportation (DOT) figures, this storm appears to have left the most snow in far western Connecticut, in towns such as Darien, Litchfield and Danbury.

Picking up the least amount of snow was the southeastern part of the state, near the Rhode Island border.

It should be noted that different government agencies and private entities often report varying snow total amounts.


Snow totals around the state

Here are some other official snow amounts (in inches) from Connecticut provided by the DOT, taken at 8 a.m. on Friday, Feb. 14:


Darien — 16.75

Litchfield — 15

Waterbury — 12.75

Union — 11.25   (northeastern CT)

Danbury — 11

Milford — 11

New Canaan — 10.25

Thomaston — 10.25   (Litchfield County)

Southbury — 10

New Haven — 9.5

Wethersfield — 9

SHELTON — 8.5   (unofficial non-DOT measurement)

Beacon Falls — 8.25

Avon — 8

Farmington — 8

Mansfield — 8   (Storrs/UConn)

Meriden — 8

Colchester — 6.75   (eastern CT)

Old Saybrook — 6.5

Norwich — 6   (southeastern CT)

Groton — 4.5   (southeastern CT)



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