Well, it's been a busy night for me, Steve, and Chelsea here in the weather center. Lots of info to absorb, and a very tricky storm from the get-go. Adjustments and shifts the whole way along. As I type, snow continues to fall heavily across southern Vt and Nh, while the snow has dwindled for now in northern Vt and Ny. Snow totals as of 10pm have been widely ranged, anywhere from under 5" for parts of Addison, Rutland, Caledonia, Essex, and Orleans counties in VT. But much more common are the totals from 7-12". The outliers (as of 10pm) were totals at the 9-15" range...many of these in the ski areas.
We may even get a period of heavier snow in the Champlain Valley again tonight as northerly winds pick up. I think we'll pick up a few extra inches by Saturday morning...the light fluffy variety.
While this certainly wasn't a blockbuster for us...the effects will certainly linger through southern New England for many days to come.