Snow total amounts appear to be increasing around Connecticut as the night goes on, based on state Department of Transportation (DOT) figures.

The DOT releases snow total amounts every few hours. Here are some of the figures from the DOT report based on inspections made at 11 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 26, before the brunt of the blizzard was expected to hit (beginning at midnight).

The most snow appears to have fallen in the far southwest corner near the Westchester County, N.Y. border, and in southeastern Connecticut (east of New Haven to the Rhode Island border).

The amounts are expected to increase substantially in the coming hours. Towns in bold are the ones closest to Shelton:

New Canaan — 3.5 inches

Groton — 3 inches  (southeastern CT)

Norwich — 3 inches  (southeastern CT)

Old Saybrook — 3 inches

Beacon Falls — 2.5 inches

Meriden — 2.5 inches

Milford — 2.5 inches

Thomaston — 2.5 inches

East Granby — 2.25 inches  (near Hartford)

New Haven — 2.25 inches

Union — 2.25  (northeastern CT)

Danbury — 1.5 inches

Southbury — 1.5 inches

Waterbury — 1.5 inches

Litchfield — 1.25 inches

Avon — 1 inch  (near Hartford)

North Canaan — 0  (northwestern CT, on Massachusetts border)