The totals are in and it, looks like the Seacoast got slightly more snow accumulation than expected from Wednesday's snowfall.

The National Weather Service expected 1-3 inches of snow to accumulate, but several locations reported 4 inches. Derry had the most snow overall with 4.8 inches, with Hampstead close behind at 4.7 inches.

Reported snow accumulations by the National Weather Service:


York County

  • Kennebunkport 1.8 in
  • Kittery Point 1.1 in


Essex County

  • Newburyport 4.3 in
  • Topsfield 4.0 in
  • Groveland 3.3 in

New Hampshire

Rockingham County

    • Derry 4.8 in
    • Hampstead 4.7 in
    • Windham 4.0 in
    • Stratham 4.0 in
    • Fremont 4.0 in
    • Rye 3.0 in
    • Deerfield 3.0 in
    • Raymond 2.0 in
    • Portsmouth Airport 1.8 in

Strafford County

  • Dover 4.3 in
  • Durham 4.0 in
  • Northwood 3.2 in

Another storm will impact New England starting Friday night and continuing all day Saturday, but it looks like it will bring mostly rain to the Seacoast. Temperatures will be near 50 degrees.

Northern New Hampshire and Maine, however, are expected to pick up 6-12 inches of snow with a Winter Storm Watch in effect starting late Friday night.

Contact reporter Dan Alexander at or via Twitter @DanAlexanderNH

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