We had some pretty impressive storm totals from our second nor'easter since the start of March.  Clarksburg hit the jackpot in the State with 32 inches. Some areas got a lot more than predicted, mostly Northern Berkshire County into Vermont.  Southern Berkshire County got a fair amount from 11 inches in Lee to a little over 16 inches in Great Barrington.

Here are some storm totals In Berkshire County according to the National Weather Service in Albany as of this morning...

Listed by town, amount of inches, time reported, date and by who.

Clarksburg               32.0   636 AM  3/08  WeatherNet6

Cheshire                  31.0  1018 AM  3/08  Social Media

North Adams           30.0   804 AM  3/08  Amateur Radio

Adams                     26.0   630 AM  3/08  Amateur Radio

Becket                     24.0  1045 AM  3/08  Social Media

Windsor                   24.0   550 AM  3/08  Broadcast Media

3 NW Sandisfield      23.0   900 AM  3/08  Social Media

Savoy                      23.0  1012 PM  3/07  WeatherNet6

Peru                        20.0   730 AM  3/08  Broadcast Media

Pittsfield                  17.5   722 AM  3/08  Trained Spotter

Lenoxdale               16.7   600 AM  3/08  Trained Spotter

Great Barrington     16.2   648 AM  3/08  Trained Spotter

New Marlborough   16.0   422 AM  3/08  WeatherNet6

Lee                          11.0   636 AM  3/08  Utility Company
There should be some melting over the weekend.  As we recover from the latest storm all eyes turn to next week when another coastal storm could develop into another major snow maker.