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    Here’s how much snow fell in Greater Boston

    Snow in Needham on Saturday night.
    Matthew J. Lee/Globe staff
    Snow in Needham on Saturday night.

    Several towns around Greater Boston are waking up this morning to a snowy scene, with up to 7 inches of snow in the areas inside Interstate 495.

    Areas of Central and Western Masschusetts saw up to 9 inches of snow overnight.

    Here’s how much snow has fallen in various towns across the region (according to the National Weather Service and listed alphabetically by county).

    Massachusetts

    Suffolk County

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    Boston: 4.9 inches (as of 1 p.m.)

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    Chelsea: 5.0 (1:19 p.m.)

    Middlesex County

    Tewksbury: 7.1 (7:47 a.m.)

    Westford: 7 (8:32 a.m.)

    Arlington: 5.5 inches (5:25 a.m.)

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    Dracut: 8.5 inches (12:16 p.m.)

    Hopkinton: 3 inches (6:06 a.m.)

    Lexington: 7.9 (3:40 p.m.)

    North Chelmsford 6.5 (9:10 a.m.)

    Littleton 6.5 (8:29 a.m.)

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    Carlisle 6.4 (8:43 a.m.)

    Wakefield: 9.0 (2:46 p.m.)

    Framingham: 8.0 (1:17 p.m.)

    Pepperell: 7.0 (3:45 p.m.)

    Sudbury 5.5 (7:18 a.m.)

    Arlington Heights 5.5 (5:25 a.m.)

    Stoneham 5 (6:49 a.m.)

    Billerica 5 (7:40 a.m.

    Groton 5 (6:37 a.m.)

    Natick 5 (9:07 a.m.)

    Hopkinton 4.5 (8:58 a.m.)

    North Reading: 5 inches (5:30 a.m.)

    Somerville: 5 inches (4:11 a.m.)

    Watertown: 5.5 inches (5:53 a.m.)

    Ayer: 8.0 (1:25 p.m.)

    Concord: 7.8 (2 p.m.)

    Burlington: 7.8 (2:33 p.m.)

    Norfolk County

    Franklin: 5.0 (3:42 a.m.)

    Quincy: 6.0 (1:18 p.m.)

    Randolph: 4.7 (5:33 a.m.)

    South Weymouth: 4.4 inches (3:41 a.m.)

    Weymouth: 5.0 (6:27 a.m.)

    Plymouth County

    East Bridgewater: 3.5 (11:32 a.m.)

    Hanson: 3.5 inches (3:47 a.m.)

    Hingham: 5 (7 a.m.)

    Plymouth 3.0 (9:09 a.m.)

    Rockland: 4 (1:53 p.m.)

    Bristol County

    Acushnet: 2.0 (7:20 a.m.)

    Easton: 2.5 (8:37 a.m.)

    Norton: 3.5 inches (5 a.m.)

    Swansea: 3.0 (6:30 a.m.)

    Taunton: 2.5 (6:41 a.m.)

    Essex County

    Danvers: 5.5 inches (6:15 a.m.)

    Haverhill: 6.5 inches (7:44 a.m.)

    Bradford: 6.5 (8:05 a.m.)

    Rockport 6.5 (7:55 a.m.)

    Methuen: 5 (4:45 a.m.)

    Topsfield: 7 inches (5:47 a.m.)

    East Boxford 5 (5 a.m.)

    Hampshire County

    Cummington: 10 (7:11 a.m.)

    Goshen: 9 inches (6:19 a.m.)

    Northampton: 9.5 inches (9:08 a.m.)

    Plainfield: 9.4 (7:08)

    Easthampton: 8.1 (8:12 a.m.)

    Huntington: 7 (7:10 a.m.)

    Amherst: 6.8 (9 a.m.)

    Ware: 5.5 (7:49 a.m.)

    Hampden County

    Chester 8 (9:19 a.m.)

    Westfield 7 (8:52 a.m.)

    Springfield: 6.1 inches (9:31 a.m.)

    Hampden 5.3 (8 a.m.)

    East Longmeadow 5.2 (8:57 a.m.)

    West Springfield: 5 inches (3:50 a.m.)

    Franklin County

    Ashfield: 9.2 (7:45 a.m.)

    Leyden: 10 (9:03 a.m.)

    Shelburne: 9 (5:54 a.m.)

    Worcester County

    Oxford 7.5 (9:25 a.m.)

    Auburn 7 (9:17 a.m.)

    Westborough 7 (9:06 a.m.)

    Boylston 6.7 (7:50 a.m.)

    Fitchburg 6 (9:38 a.m.)

    Baldwinville 6 (8:54 a.m.)

    Lunenburg 5.8 (7:35 a.m.)

    Leominster 5.7 (8:56 a.m.)

    Worcester 5.5 (7:45 a.m.)

    Royalston 5.5 (8:51 a.m.)

    Barre 5 (7:42 a.m.)

    Spencer 5 (8:02 a.m.)

    Rochdale 5 (5:22 a.m.)

    Charlton (4 (8:06 a.m.)

    Ashburnham: 5 inches (6:13 a.m.)

    Douglas: 5 inches (5:36 a.m.)

    Sterling: 6.0 inches (6:48 a.m.)

    Rhode Island

    Providence County

    Burrillville 5 (8:39 a.m.)

    North Smithfield 4.2 (6:43 a.m.

    Providence: 4 inches (2:32 a.m.)

    North Providence 3.7 (9:11 a.m.)

    Kent County

    West Warwick 2 (8:25 .am.)

    TF Green 1.4 (7 a.m.)

    New Hampshire

    Merrimack County

    Northfield: 7.6 inches (7:22 a.m.)

    Rockingham County

    Hampton: 5 inches (6:45 a.m.)

    Maine

    York County

    Limerick: 5 inches (5:28 a.m.)

    Saco: 3.4 inches (5 a.m.)

    Peter Bailey-Wells can be reached at peter.bailey-wells@globe.com. Follow him on Twitter @pbaileywells.