Calendar's Spring Doesn't Appear That Way

Published 03/20 2014 10:27AM

Updated 03/20 2014 10:38AM

From E. Calais, VT Thursday, March 20
From E. Calais, VT Thursday, March 20/Scott G.
The calendar may say FIRST DAY OF SPRING but it's not looking any different from the recent dozens of weeks of winter.

Some towns received up to a half foot of snow, even more in localized areas! The heaviest snow fell in Windsor County Vermont and Grafton County New Hampshire where several schools had another snow day, if not, delayed opening.

On average the most common snowfall amount was 3" with a common range of 2-4" of sticky, wet snow.

For a full list of snow totals in northern New York and much of Vermont, click here.

For a full list of snow totals in central New York and southern Vermont, click here.

For a full list of snow totals in New Hampshire and Maine, click here.

Meteorologist Steve Glazier says it's not over! More snow will fall in the mountains Thursday night to Friday, on the order of up to 6 or 7" at the peaks and 2-4" across the lower hills. More snow showers Saturday will accumulate 1-4" from the valleys to the mountains, then cold weather will be returning by Monday. For the full forecast, visit our weather section.

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