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Over a dozen NH towns saw 100 inches of snow this winter; here's how much fell in your area

NH1 Meteorologist

It may be the first day of spring, but we aren't completely done with winter yet. After all, April averages 2.8 inches of snow in Concord. As recently as 2007 and 2003, a foot or more of snow fell in Concord during the month of April.

It is safe to say that the bulk of the winter's snow is in the rear view mirror.

Mt. Washington has totaled nearly 210 inches of snow so far this winter.

Below are town-by-town snow totals for the entire season. These totals come from our National Weather Service and CoCoRaHS observers. Pick the town closest to you for an idea of how much snow accumulated this season.

Randolph - 188"
Pinkham Notch - 146"
Pittsburg - 136"
East Wakefield - 126"
Berlin - 120"
Madison - 119"
Jackson - 115"
East Sandwich - 111"
Center Sandwich - 110"
Colebrook - 105"
Northfield - 105"
North Conway - 103"
North Stratford - 101"

Jefferson - 96"
Tamworth - 96"
Wolfeboro - 95"
Auburn - 94"
Newbury - 92"
Lakeport - 91"
Danbury - 90"
Bow - 90"

New Boston - 87"
Northwood - 86"
Meredith - 85"
Chichester - 84"
Belmont - 84"
Bristol - 83"
Deerfield - 82"
Tilton - 82"
Greenville - 82"
West Unity - 81"
Dover - 81"

Brookline - 78"
Weare - 77"
South Sutton - 77"
Franconia - 77"
West Chesterfield - 76"
Wakefield - 76"
Bradford - 76"
Dunbarton - 75"
Concord - 73"
Jaffrey - 73"
Hudson - 72"
Stratham - 72"
West Swanzey - 72"
Epping - 72"
Laconia - 70"
Exeter - 70"

Sunapee - 69"
Boscawen - 69"
Keene - 68"
Greenland - 67"
Lancaster - 67"
Manchester - 67"
Hollis - 65"
North Hampton - 60"

Amherst - 57"
Kingston - 56"
Nashua - 53"
Hancock - 51"
Durham - 50"

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