CHICOPEE, Mass. (WWLP) – Snow totals are close to 20 inches Friday evening in parts of Berkshire and Franklin Counties.

The most snow falling in Berkshire and Franklin Counties Friday, snow totals in Western Massachusetts are ranging from one inch to 18 inches so far.

Here’s a look at all the snowfall totals in western Massachusetts:

The snow in Colrain, Massachusetts after Friday’s storm.

Hampshire County

  • Plainfield: 13 in.
  • Chesterfield: 10 in.
  • Goshen: 7 in.
  • Westhampton: 4 in.
  • Granville: 3.5 in.
  • Huntington 6 in.

Berkshire County

  • Clarksburg: 6 in.
  • Sandisfield: 5 in.
  • Otis: 4.5 in.
  • Florida 18 in.

Franklin County

  • Rowe: 18 in.
  • Hawley: 16 in.
  • Ashfield: 11 in.
  • Buckland: 6 in.
  • Colrain 13 in.
  • New Salem 4.2 in.

Hampden County

  • Chester: 13 in.
  • Granville: 3.5 in.
  • Westfield: 1.1 in.
  • Southwick: 1 in.

22News will update the totals as soon as they come into the newsroom.

22News viewer, Evan Smith sent 22News a photo of the snow that is filling up his yard. Around 6:30 a.m. this morning Smith saw about 7 inches in the town of Goshen near the D.A.R State Forest.

The snow, rain/snow mix, and wind through western Massachusetts are also bringing down trees and power lines.

22News has received reports of damaged trees and power lines due to the snowy weather.

Storm Damage Reports:

    • Tree down on wires on Creamery Rd.
    • Power lines are also down on Conway Rd.
  • CHESTER: Multiple trees down on Round Hill Rd.
  • CONWAY: Power lines are down on Ives Rd.
  • GRANVILLE: Powerlines down on Northlane. Road is passable.
  • GOSHEN Tree vs pole has caused power outages and closure of South Main Street
  • CUMMINGTON: Tree down on wires on Wilder Rd.
  • GOSHEN: Tree down on wires on Shaw Rd.
  • WORTHINGTON: Tree down on Huntington Rd.

22News will continue to update you on the latest storm damage and road closures.

Winter Storm Warning remains in effect for western Hampden, western Hampshire, western Franklin, and Berkshire County until 7 a.m. Saturday.

Winter Weather Advisory remains in effect for eastern Franklin County until 7 a.m. Saturday.

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