It appears Southern Connecticut saw the most snowfall out of both the Tri-State area and New England following Friday's blizzard.
Initial forecasts from the National Weather Service Placed Wallingford at Number 5 (tied with Fairfield) with highest accumulation of 35 inches. Since then, those numbers have been revised and while Wallingford has been bumped down a few spots, it was only because towns like Branford and Meriden clocked in at 36 inches of snow accumulation.
Meanwhile, here are some numbers for snowfall in Boston, which only was in the mid-20-inch range.
Clintonville 37" (a section of North Haven)
North Branford 36"
Yalesville 35" (a section of Wallingford)
New Haven 34.3"
West Haven 34"
North Haven 33.5"
Wallingford, congratulations on being Numbers 5 and 6!
That's according to the unofficial numbers from the National Weather Service, which reported that Wallingford, and Yalesville, got 35 inches of snow following the overnight blizzard that hit Connecticut. Only four towns got higher amounts of snow in the Tri-state region of Connecticut, New York and New Jersey (Fairfield tied with Wallingford). Here is the breakdown:
East Haddam 35.5"
Yalesville 35" (a village in Wallingford)
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The Wallingford Police Department said there have not been any critical incidents or trees that fell, but there are several roads that have been plowed and likely won't be plowed. There's also been no power outages whatsoever.
Still, the police said the best advice would be for all residents to stay off the road so Public Works officials can plow.
A travel ban is still in place for much of the state. Gov. Dannel Malloy issued this statement earlier today:
"It's critical right now that residents stay off the roads, so that our plows can continue their efforts to clear our streets and highways," said Governor Malloy. "This is a record setting storm. It's going to take time to dig out of the snow. Stalled or abandoned vehicles will only slow that process. Unless you face an emergency, please stay put."
Editor's Note: A previous version of this article contained a misleading point. Wallingford was among the highest in snow accumulation in the Tri-State area, not necessarily New England. We do not have those numbers. We've corrected the error and added the accurate information.