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Winter Storm Drops Big Snows in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic

27 Nov 2014, 10:56 am

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A powerful winter storm — which pumped the breaks on Thanksgiving travel plans for millions of people — has left impressive snow totals from West Virginia to Maine. As of Thursday morning, there were still some lingering snow showers over parts of the Northeast, but the much of the area just had cold cloudy conditions in place.

Various media outlets were also reporting that more than 400,000 people from northern Virginia to Maine were without power. Many of the outages were caused by trees snapping under the weight of heavy, wet snow.

Some of the reports coming out of the region are quite impressive.

Here are the latest state-by-state storm totals, collected from various National Weather Service offices:

North Carolina

• 5.0″ at Beech Mountian
• 4.0″ near Canton and Glade Valley
• 3.8″ near Sparta
• 2.5″ near Boone

West Virginia

• 20.0″ near Paw Paw and Petersburg
• 18.0″ in Baker and Romney
• 17.0″ near Deer Run
• 15.0″ in Sugar Grove

Virginia

• 14.0″ near Monterey
• 12.0″ in Bergton
• 8.0″ at Mount Weather
• 7.5″ in Fort Valley

Maryland

• 9.0″ in Hancock
• 8.0″ in Little Orleans
• 5.0″ in Frostburg
• 4.0″ in Cumberland

Pennsylvania

• 14.5″ in Sideling Hill Rest
• 14.0″ in Upper Strasburg
• 10.5″ in Towanda
• 10.2″ near Scranton

New Jersey

• 12.5″ in Montague
• 11.5″ in Highland Lakes
• 9.6″ in West Milford
• 7.0″ in Marcella

New York

• 14.6″ in Warrensburg
• 13.0″ in Coventry
• 12.5″ in Conklin
• 7.5″ in Albany

Connecticut

• 9.3″ in Colebrook
• 8.1″ in Hartford Center
• 7.3″ near Granby
• 3.0″ in West Hartford

Massachusetts

• 15.1″ in Peru
• 14.9″ in Plainfield
• 12.5″ in Worthington
• 10.0″ in Chester

Vermont

• 16.5″ near Orwell
• 13.5″ near Waterbury
• 12.0″ in Barre
• 11.8″ in Woodford

New Hampshire

• 18.4″ near Madison
• 16.5″ in Laconia
• 12.7″ near Danbury
• 10.3″ in Concord

Maine

• 15.2″ in Hartford
• 15.0″ in Lewiston
• 13.5″ in Glenburn
• 13.0″ in Bangor

Meteorologist Alan Raymond

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