Editor's note: This story was updated with total storm totals released Tuesday afternoon by the National Weather Service.
Vermont was hit with a snow storm over MLK Day weekend, with totals in some areas reaching up to 13 inches, as reported by residents and the National Weather Service. The Burlington area reported 8.1 inches.
Here are the top five places in Vermont that received the most snow as of 12:31 p.m. Jan. 18, according to the National Weather Service:
Waterbury: 16.3 inches
Northfield: 15.5 inches
Rochester: 14.5 inches
Warren: 14 inches
Weston: 13.8 inches
The top five snowfall totals in Chittenden County all exceeded 6 inches:
Underhill: 12.5 inches
Jonesville: 12 inches
Nashville: 11.6 inches
Huntington: 9.4 inches
Williston and Richmond tied for fifth place in snowfall in Chittenden County at 9 inches.
The cold is expected to continue with wind chill values of -15°F to -25°F late this afternoon and overnight, according to the National Weather Service.
Summer Sorg is a reporter for the Burlington Free Press. Contact her at email@example.com.
This article originally appeared on Burlington Free Press: Vermont snowfall totals for MLK Day weekend