Long-Duration Storm Leaves MetroWest With Another 5 Inches of Snow

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BOSTON – It may have been a long-duration storm, from Thursday afternoon into Saturday morning, but Mother Nature did not leave a lot of snow.

The forecasters were accurate with this one, as no one in Massachusetts received more than 7.5 inches of snow.

A trained National Weather Service spotter recorded 7.2 inches of snow in Milton last night, February 19 after 11.

A trained spotter recorded 7.2 inches of snow in Whitman earlier this morning around 12:30 a.m.

The most in Middlesex County was 6.5 inches recorded at 11 p.m. last night in Wilmington.

There was less than a half foot in MetroWest after the storm ended and the sun came out this morning.

The Feb 18-20 snowstorm brought 5.5 inches of snow to Framingham, according to the National Weather service which uses media, trained spotters, HAM radio operators, and the public to record totals.

A trained spotter recorded 5 inches of snow in Natick at 10:45 p.m. last night.

A HAM radio operator at 10:45 p.m. recorded 4.5 inches of snow in Sudbury.

Logan Airport in Boston recorded 5.6 inches of snow at 11:05 last night by a trained spotter.

Worcester airport 4.9 inches of snow just after midnight.

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