Waterbury seems to have the jackpot with this storm so far, with northwestern, northeastern and some central parts of the state picking up the most snow as of the late morning.

In contrast, there’s been very little accumulation in Shelton and southwestern Connecticut so far, although that is expected to change this afternoon and evening.

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Click below for updated snow total figures at 2 p.m.:

http://sheltonherald.com/59569/updated-ct-snow-totals-about-9-inches-has-come-down-in-one-ct-community/

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Following are snow totals in inches for Connecticut as of 10 a.m. on Monday, Feb. 9, as reported by the state Department of Transportation. Towns in bold are those closest to Shelton.

Waterbury — 6.75

Union — 6.5   (northeastern CT)

Meriden — 6

Wethersfield — 6   (Hartford area)

Litchfield — 5.75

Mansfield — 5.75   (eastern CT, near UConn)

Vernon — 5.5   (near Hartford)

East Granby — 5   (near Hartford)

Thomaston — 5   (Litchfield County)

Avon — 4.75   (near Hartford)

Colchester — 4.75   (eastern CT)

North Canaan — 4.25   (Litchfield County)

Winchester — 4.25   (Litchfield County)

Putnam — 3.75   (northeastern CT)

Farmington — 3.25

Norwich — 2.75   (southeastern CT)

Beacon Falls — 2

Southbury — 1.75

Danbury — 1.5

New Haven — 1

Groton — 0.75

Old Saybrook — 0.75

Darien — 0

Milford — 0

New Canaan — 0