More than 8 inches of snow reported in portions of New England on Friday
By Taylor Ward and Steve Almasy, CNN
A winter storm that dumped up to a foot of snow across parts of the Midwest this week coated the northeastern US with flakes on Friday with some areas in Maine and New Hampshire receiving more than 8 inches.
The village of Madison in New Hampshire reported 8.5 inches, the highest total as of Friday evening.
A widespread area of 3 to 7 inches of snow has fallen across eastern New York, northern Connecticut, Vermont, southern Maine and other ares of New Hampshire. The storm will wind down Friday evening, and winter weather advisories and winter storm warnings are schedule to expire after dark.
Officials are still warning drivers about conditions on the roads.
“Untreated roads will likely become slick after sunset as temps drop below freezing,” the National Weather Service office in Boston tweeted.
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In Vermont, the Burlington office warned motorists to be watchful.
“As of 4 pm, scatt’d snow showers were occurring across the region,” officials tweeted. “They will continue through this eve, briefly heavy at times, reducing visibility to below 1 mile. Light snow accumulation is possible, so motorists are urged to use caution & watch for changing road conditions.”
In Maine, there was 8.3 inches of snow in Greenwood and 8.1 in Cumberland.
The snow was good for the ski resorts in New England.
In Killington, Vermont, the resort said it had 7 inches Friday and 9 inches in the past 48 hours.
The snow report from Stowe Mountain said: “It may not have been a major storm, but a snowy day on the slopes was just what we all needed!”
At least 7 inches fell there, the resort said.
Attitash Mountain Resort, in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, reported 9 inches.
Maine’s Sunday River resort had 9 inches, saying, “The snow continued to fall as the day went on, adding fresh layers to our snowpack.”
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CNN’s Joe Sutton contributed to this report.