CT SNOW TOTALS: What town received the most from this storm?

Shelton appears to have received 5 to 6 inches of snow on Sunday and very early Monday, based on state Department of Transportation (DOT) measurements from around the state.

A view of Center Street at Coram Avenue on Monday morning, after Shelton received another 5 to 6 inches of snow. (Photos by Brad Durrell)

A view of Center Street at Coram Avenue on Monday, after Shelton received more snow. (Photos by Brad Durrell)

The Connecticut coast and the northeastern part of the state received the most snow. Darien recorded the highest accumulation amount at 7 inches, with coastal towns from New Haven to the Rhode Island border not far behind.

The DOT’s figures are from 6 a.m. on Monday, March 2. Snow totals are in inches below, with towns near Shelton in bold:

 

A snow-covered vehicle on Center Street, just off Howe Avenue, on Monday morning.

A snow-covered vehicle on Center Street, just off Howe Avenue, on Monday morning.

Darien —  7

Haddam — 6.5

Old Saybrook — 6.5

Groton — 6

New Haven — 6

Union — 6

Colchester — 5.5

Southbury — 5.5

Beacon Falls — 5.25

Danbury — 5

Milford — 5

New Canaan — 5

Thomaston — 5

Norwich — 4.75

Mansfield — 4.5

Waterbury — 4.5

Vernon — 4.5

Meriden — 4

Putnam — 4

Litchfield — 3.75

Avon — 3.5

Farmington — 3.5

Winchester — 3.25

East Granby — 3

North Canaan — 2.5

 

 

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