CT SNOW TOTAL AMOUNTS: Numbers climb, but vary widely

UPDATE: The first set of numbers were recorded at 3 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 27, the second set at 7 a.m.

Snow total amounts continue to increase around Connecticut as the night goes on, based on state Department of Transportation (DOT) figures.

The DOT releases snow total amounts every few hours. Here are some of the figures from the DOT report based on inspections.

The amounts are expected to increase more in the coming hours. Towns in bold are the ones closest to Willton:

New Canaan — 10 inches; 11.25 inches

Darien — 5.75 inches; 7,5 inches

Meriden — 8.5 inches; 12 inches

Wethersfield — 8.5 inches;  12 inches

Haddam — 8 inches; 14.5 inches

Old Saybrook — 7.5 inches; 15.5 inches

Union — 7.25; 12.25 inches

Groton — 7 inches; 15 inches

Norwich — 6.5 inches; 16 inches

Mansfield — 6.5; 16 inches

Milford — 6 inches; 9 inches

Beacon Falls — 4.5 inches; 6.5 inches

East Granby — 4.5 inches; 6 inches

Litchfield — 4 inches; 5.5 inches

New Haven — 4 inches; 7 inches

Thomaston — 4 inches; 5.5 inches

Waterbury — 4 inches; 4.75 inches

Avon — 3.5 inches; 8 inches

Southbury — 3.5 inches; 4.5 inches

Danbury — 3 inches; 5 inches

North Canaan — 0.75 inches; 3.5 inches

Putnam — 6.25 inches; 20 inches

The blizzard warning has been downgraded to a winter storm warning, in effect until midnight Tuesday.

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