SPRINGFIELD, Mass (WWLP) -- It was wet and rainy for some, and a winter wonderland for others across Western Massachusetts Monday night and Tuesday morning.
While Springfield got nothing but rain, areas of Franklin County received over 10 inches of snow. The highest report was 10.5 inches in East Hawley. But Rowe and Charlemont also woke up to 10 inches of snow Tuesday morning.
Elsewhere, snow totals weren't nearly as high. Across Hampden County, snow totals ranged from 2 to 3.5 inches in the western parts near Blandford.
Hampshire County was hit a little more than Hampden, but less than Franklin with snow reports from 3 to 4.5 inches.
But the freezing line shot right through Hampshire and Hampden counties, which is why many Pioneer Valley residents woke up to nothing but pouring rain.
And the Berkshires aren't in the clear yet for snow today and tonight, scattered showers through tomorrow morning could bring an additional 1 to 3 inches of snow.
- Hawley, 10.5 inches
- Rowe, 10 inches
- Charlemont, 10 inches
- Heath, 6.7 inches
- Ashfield, 6.5 inches
- Plainfield, 5.1 inches
- Middlefield, 4.5 inches
- Goshen, 4.5 inches
- Worthington, 4 inches
- Chesterfield, 4 inches
- Buckland, 3.5 inches
- Pelham, 3 inches
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