The hill towns of Western Massachusetts got buried by the latest nor'easter on Tuesday.
The National Weather Service says Goshen got 18 inches, while Plainfield, Cummington and Colrain all got a foot. Montgomery in Hampden County got 14 inches.
Meanwhile, the Pioneer Valley got much less, with only four inches of snow measured in Westfield and three in Amherst
Winter weather will still be a factor on today.
The National Weather Service says Berkshire County will get two to five inches of additional snowfall through the evening hours.
Snow squalls are likely late in the afternoon and overnight for Hampden, Hampshire and Franklin counties, resulting in the possibility of up to three inches.
(Credit Ben Parker/WBZ NewsRadio)