How Much Snow Did North Kingstown Get?

Snowfall totals ranged from three to 10 inches throughout the state.

After this week's snowfall, parts of Rhode Island saw upwards of 10 inches of snow. 

The snowstorm started Wednesday morning and continued throughout most of the day.

The snow has finally stopped, and people are now returning to work and school. But, another storm could be on its way as soon as this weekend.

The National Weather Service reported two-day snowfall totals as of 10 p.m. Wednesday, with Providence topping its chart with 10 inches of snow. Here is a look at what other communities recorded for snowfall:

Warren: 5.5"

Coventry: 6.0"
Greene: 6.0"
W. Warwick: 5.7"
Warwick: 4.5"

Middletown: 4.5"
Tiverton: 3.8"

Burillville: 10.0"
W. Glocester: 9.6"
Woonsocket: 7.4"
North Foster: 7.2"
Cumberland: 7.2"
Pawtucket: 7.0"
Smithfield: 6.0"
N. Smithfield: 6.0"
N. Providence: 6.0"
E. Providence: 5.8"
N. Scituate: 5.6"

S. Kingstown: 4.0"
Westerly: 3.3"
Discouraged February 07, 2014 at 12:54 AM
What the heck are you talking about. Get your numbers straight. The only town that saw 10" was Burlliville.


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