Most Massachusetts residents awoke Friday to more snow, but according to weather experts, the state's snow totals from the Thursday night storm have been fairly light so far.
The National Weather Service reported that by noon on Friday, most of the Commonwealth had received less than six inches of snow in the previous 18 hours.
Light snowfall continued into Friday night across parts of New England. The NWS said towns around Martha's Vineyard, Worcester and Barnstable Counties had reported the most snow by Friday afternoon.
The region with the highest snow total at noon Friday was Oaks Bluff on Martha's Vineyard with 5.5 inches.
Towns in Barnstable County, including Falmouth and Yarmouth, got between three and four inches of snow, while Worcester County reported less than four inches of snow, including 3.5 inches in Holden, and 2.5 inches in Grafton.
Less than two inches of snow had fallen around the City of Boston Thursday night into Friday, with 1.8 inches reported at Boston's Logan Airport by Friday afternoon.
Written by Brit Smith
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