Connecticut Snowfall Totals for Winter Storm Stella: Blizzard Update 2017


Winter Storm Stella is bringing snow and blizzard-like conditions to the Northeast region, including Connecticut. Some regions may receive record-breaking amounts of snow not seen for many years in March. You can find the latest snowfall totals for Connecticut from the National Weather Service below. All totals are in inches.

Here are the snowfall totals from the storm as of 5 p.m. Eastern, according to the NOAA. Meteorologists are predicting up to 18 inches of snow in parts of Connecticut today. We will update these numbers as soon as new totals are available.

North Granby: 18.0 inches

Taconic: 16.5

Burlington: 15.0

Winsted: 15.0

Avon: 14.5

West Hartford: 13.0

Windsor Locks: 12.7

Tolland: 12.1

Straffordville: 11.5

Middletown: 10.6

Danbury: 10.5 inches

Orange: 9.5

Litchfield: 8.0

Ridgefield: 7.5 inches according to NOAA (but 8.5 inches according to a local meteorologist)


Norwalk: 7.0


Here are what people are saying online about the snow in Connecticut: