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How Much Snow Fell in Hamilton and Wenham?

According to weather spotters, the snow accumulation in Hamilton and Wenham was in line with the forecast and fell somewhere between the measurements from neighboring communities.

About 6 inches of snow accumulated on Saturday night before the changeover to sleet, freezing rain and rain. Credit: Bobby Gates
About 6 inches of snow accumulated on Saturday night before the changeover to sleet, freezing rain and rain. Credit: Bobby Gates
So how much snow did Hamilton and Wenham get in this storm? Somewhere between 7.3 inches and 10 inches, according to an official National Weather Service weather spotters in neighboring communities.

Forecasts had said the North Shore area would see anywhere from 6-12 inches, depending on storm patterns.

There is no official weather spotter report from Hamilton and Wenham, but in Beverly, to the south, an official spotters reported 7.3 inches. To the northwest in Topsfield, an official spotter reported 10 inches. To the southwest, Danvers had 7.5 inches. So based on measurements from three bordering communities, the two towns ended somewhere between 7.3 inches and 10 inches overnight Saturday into Sunday.

Nearby, the system of official weather spotters also reported that West Peabody got 7.8 inches, there was 10 inches in Georgetown, 8 inches on North Andover and 6.4 inches in Gloucester.

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