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BOSTON – Yesterday’s Nor’easter delivered feet of snow in parts of the Commonwealth but here in MetroWest, we got just a couple of inches.

Framingham was reported at 2 or 3 inches depending on which part of the City it was recorded.

Also in Middlesex County, Lowell received 4 inches but neighboring Chelmsford received 6 inches.

The top in Middlesex County was the Town of Ashby with 30 inches of snow.

But that was not the top in the Commonwealth.

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In Franklin County, Colrain recorded 36 inches and Rowe recorded 35 inches of snow.

Worcester County also got hit hard.

City of Worcester recorded 23 inches of snow, with Paxton at 27.5, and Princteon with 26 inches of snow.

At Logan Airport, just a half inch os snow was recorded.

It was a windy storm.

Provincetown recorded 55 miles per hour winds, Logan Airport in Boston recorded 45 mile per hour winds, and Worcester Airport recorded 44 mile per hour winds.

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Susan Petroni is the former editor for SOURCE. She is the founder of the former news site, which as of May 1, 2023, is now a self-publishing community bulletin board. The website no longer has a journalist but a webmaster.