Snow total amounts continue to increase 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 1 a.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 27.

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Click below to see an updated CT snow accumulation list:

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

New Canaan — 7 inches

Haddam — 5 inches

Mansfield — 5 inches  (north central CT, near UConn)

Meriden — 4.5 inches

Old Saybrook — 4.5 inches

Groton — 4 inches  (southeastern CT)

Milford — 4 inches

Norwich — 4 inches  (southeastern CT)

Beacon Falls — 3.5 inches

Union — 3.25  (northeastern CT)

New Haven — 3 inches

Thomaston — 3 inches

Danbury — 2.5 inches

East Granby — 2.5 inches  (near Hartford)

Southbury — 2.5 inches

Waterbury — 2.5 inches

Avon — 2.25 inches  (near Hartford)

Litchfield — 2 inches

North Canaan — 0.25 inches  (northwestern CT)