Snowfall forecast for Boston – NBC Boston

Snow began falling Sunday morning in parts of New England.

Some areas are expected to see up to half a foot of snow by the time the storm hits. Snowfall totals and the magnitude of the storm have increased from what was originally expected.

Here’s a look at some of those snowfall totals for cities and towns across New England as of noon Sunday, according to the National Weather Service:

Massachusetts

Franklin: 2.8″

Lexington: 3″

Mansfield: 2″

Dorchester: 2.5″

Methuan: 2″

Walpole: 2.1″

Lexington: 2.7 inches

Hopkinson: 1.9″

Sauge: 2″

North Grafton: 2.5 inches

Carlisle: 1.5″

Bradford: 1.7″

West Roxbury: 1.9″

Chelsea: 1.6″

Malden: 1.5″

Haver Hill: 1″

North Chelmsford: 0.7″

Lunenberg: 0.7″

Auburn: 1.5″

Eastampton: 0.5″

Monson: 2.3″

Hopkinson: 1.3″

Norton: 2″

Amesbury: 1.5″

Chin: 2″

Lexington: 1.9″

Wellesley: 2″

Lunenburg: 0.5″

Southwick: 0.3″

West Springfield: 0.5″

Belcherville: 1″

Chesterfield: 1.5″

British Pound: 0.5″

Taunton: 1″

Sudbury: 2″

Earth of Ash: 2″

Fitchburg: 0.6″

Lexington: 1.6″

Wellesley: 1.3″

Westborough: 1.7″

Cambridge: 0.9″

Connecticut

Wethersfield: 2″

Canterbury: 2.8″

Malborough: 2″

West Hartford: 2.5 inches

Tolland: 2.5″

Hebron: 1.8″

Simbury: 2″

Staffordville: 1.8″

Rhode Island

Scituate: 2″

Foster: 3″

Gloucester: 3″

West Greenwich: 2″

East of Greenwich: 2″

West: 0.6″

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