Thursday snowfall amounts

The snow ended late Thursday night

Snow falling in Northampton early Thursday afternoon, December 29, 2016.

(WWLP) – Snow began falling in western Massachusetts Thursday morning.

The storm brought areas in the Berkshires and Franklin County the most snow, while areas in the lower Pioneer Valley saw much less due to a changeover to rain.

The most recent totals from across the area:

    • Colrain: 7″
    • Heath: 7″
    • North Adams: 7″
    • Savoy: 7″
    • Plainfield: 6.5″
    • Shelburne: 6.5″
    • Becket: 6″
    • Blandford: 6″
    • Goshen: 6″
    • Middlefield: 6″
    • Huntington: 6″
    • Leeds: 6″
    • Leyden: 6″
    • Turners Falls: 6″
    • Chester: 5.5″
    • Westhampton: 5.5″
    • Greenfield: 5″
    • Lanesborough: 5″
    • Pittsfield: 5″
    • Florence: 4.5″
    • Leverett: 4.5″
    • Northampton: 4″
    • Conway: 4″
    • Montgomery: 4″
    • South Deerfield: 4″
    • Rowe: 3.5″
    • New Salem: 3″
    • Westfield: 3″
    • Southwick: 3″
    • Hadley: 2.5″
    • East Longmeadow: 2″
    • Brimfield: 2″
    • Conway: 2″
    • Holyoke: 2″
    • Palmer: 2″
    • Deerfield: 1.5″
    • Plainfield: 1.5″
    • Longmeadow: 1.2″
    • Agawam: 1″
    • Wales: 1″
    • Chicopee: 1″
    • Granville: 1″
    • West Springfield: 1″
    • Springfield: 1″
    • Monson: 0.5″

Send your snowfall totals to the 22News Storm Team by e-mailing reportit@wwlp.com!