New Hampshire snow totals from Dec. 17 storm

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Digging out in Manchester. Photo/Jeffrey Hastings

MANCHESTER, NH – On Dec. 17 New Hampshire had quite a snowstorm, one for the record books – almost!

Although the national weather service reports the state’s snowfall record still stands at 49.5 inches, Thursday’s snow set several records, including in Concord, where the official totals are monitored. Manchester saw an official 12 inches.

The following is a list of notable town-by-town totals.

  • Danbury: 48 inches
  • Croydon: 44 inches
  • Claremont: 43 inches
  • Wilmot: 42.75 inches
  • Sanbornton: 42.4 inches
  • Springfield: 42 inches
  • Cornish: 40.7 inches
  • Andover: 40 inches
  • Gilford: 39 inches
  • Meredith: 39 inches
  • Grantham: 38 inches
  • Laconia: 38 inches
  • Newport: 38 inches
  • Wolfeboro: 37.2 inches
  • New Hampton: 37 inches
  • New London: 36 inches
  • Hillsborough: 34 inches
  • Goshen: 33 inches
  • North Charlestown: 33 inches
  • Bristol: 29 inches
  • Chichester: 26 inches
  • Alexandria: 25 inches
  • Wakefield: 24.5 inches
  • Concord: 24.2 inches
  • Barnstead: 24 inches
  • Boscawen: 24 inches
  • New Durham: 24 inches
  • Stoddard: 23.5 inches
  • Bradford: 23 inches
  • Antrim: 22 inches
  • Canaan: 22 inches
  • Effingham: 22 inches
  • Henniker: 22 inches
  • Ossipee: 22 inches
  • Weare: 22 inches
  • Bow: 21 inches
  • Langdon: 21 inches
  • Penacook: 20 inches
  • Strafford: 19.5 inches
  • Goffstown: 18 inches
  • Holderness: 17 inches
  • Barrington: 16 inches
  • Bedford: 15 inches
  • Deerfield: 15 inches
  • Peterborough: 15 inches
  • Tamworth: 15 inches
  • Troy: 15 inches
  • Keene: 14.5 inches
  • New Boston: 14 inches
  • Merrimack: 13 inches
  • New Ipswich: 13 inches
  • Milford: 12.5 inches
  • Barrington: 12 inches
  • Manchester: 12 inches
  • Milford: 12 inches
  • Plymouth: 12 inches
  • Hampton: 11 inches
  • Nottingham: 11 inches
  • Hollis: 10 inches
  • Madison: 10 inches
  • Rindge: 10 inches
  • Greenland: 9 inches
  • Landaff: 6 inches

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Rick Gordon

Rick is a native of Red Hill, PA, and is a former Chief Meteorologist at WMUR-TV. He currently teaches ninth-grade physical science at Central High School. His past adventures in weather-watching include a stint as on-air meteorologist for WSEE in Erie, PA; meteorologist with D&M Weather Services in Pittsburgh, PA; AccuWeather in State College, PA; and weather guy for KDKA radio in Pittsburgh. He studied meteorology at Millersville University in Lancaster, PA (aka God’s Country) and currently lives in Wells Beach, Maine. 

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