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Weather updates for Fairfield County Connecticut

How much snow did you get?

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Here are snowfall totals compiled from the National Weather Service.

Please note the list does not include all communities because the NWS does not have weather observers/spotters in all towns.

FAIRFIELD COUNTY

NEWTOWN                        13.1 inches

NEW CANAAN                   12.8 inches

DANBURY                           11.6 inches

GREENWICH                      10 inches

REDDING                            10 inches

STAMFORD                       10 inches

NORWALK                          9.5 inches

BROOKFIELD                     8.5 inches

BRIDGEPORT                     9  inches

WESTON                              7 inches

DARIEN                                 6.5 inches

OLD GREENWICH             6 inches

Eastern Massachusetts looks like the big winner for snowfall accumulation totals.

NEW HAVEN COUNTY

WOLCOTT                          14.5 inches

WOODBRIDGE                  13.5 inches

SEYMOUR                           12 inches

SOUTHBURY                      10.5 inches

OXFORD                              10.5 inches

MERIDEN                           9.5 inches

BEACON FALLS                 8.3 inches

WATERBURY                   7  inches

NEW HAVEN                      7  inches

LITCHFIELD COUNTY

NEW HARTFORD                9.8 inches

NORFOLK                              8.2 inches

WINSTED                              8 inches

THOMASTON                        8  inches

LITCHFIELD                         7.5 inches

TORRINGTON                      6.5 inches

Categories: General
Jim Shay

6 Responses

  1. Cathy Roy says:

    19″ in East Hampton, CT

  2. Susan says:

    I live in Brookfield and I got at least 12 inches or more!!

  3. Bob says:

    2-3 inches on Stamford’s East Side. Mostly melted already.

  4. George says:

    No Bethel? What are we, chopped liver?

  5. juneinct says:

    In north Stamford we have 11″ on the patio table but about 7-8″ on the ground. I think because the ground was warm we aren’t seeing the same accumulation. This is as of 10:30 and it’s still snowing.

  6. Bill says:

    12 inches in Ridgefield (measured on patio). Drifting areas are even higher!!