How much snow did CT get ... or didn't get?

Despite forecasts of a foot of snow in parts of Connecticut, snowfall from Sunday’s storm came up short.

On Sunday, the National Weather Service forecasted 2 to 4 inches of snow along the shoreline, 4 to 6 inches across central Connecticut and 8 to 12 inches in northwest Connecticut.

North Granby in Hartford County had the highest snowfall total, according to the Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow Network.

A change in the track of the storm, caused warm air to creep into most of Connecticut.

Along the Long Island Sound shoreline, nearly an inch of snow was recorded in some locations.

The following are the snowfall totals from CoCoRaHS observers:

North Granby: 8.2 inches

Staffordville: 5.4 inches

Stafford Springs: 4 inches

Collinsville: 3.7 inches

West Harford: 3.5 inches

North Grosvenor Dale: 3 inches

Putnam: 2.7 inches

East Killingly: 2.1 inches

Warren: 2 inches

Newington: 1.3 inches

Milford, Mystic and Norwich: 1 inch

Brookfield and Norwalk: 0.9 of an inch

Bethel, Middlefield, Madison: 0.8 of an inch

Monroe, Naugatuck, Darien and East Lyme: 0.6 of an inch

New London: Half inch

Seymour: 0.03 of an inch

New Haven: A trace.

Ski areas in western Massachusetts and southern Vermont picked up between a foot and 15 inches of snow from Sunday’s storm, according to