As far as snow totals go, it appears that the city of Fall River was one of the hardest hit areas in Southeastern Massachusetts. Because of the blowing and drifting snow conditions, exact amounts vary, however the National Weather Service has issued their "official" totals from Tuesday's Nor'Easter.

According to the NWS data, Fall River received a total of 18 inches of the heavy, wet snow. New Bedford and Dartmourh each received 14 inces, according to their report. It could have been worse though, the town of Wilmington, MA, saw a total of 31 inches.

Meanwhile, the mayor of Fall River has lifted the driving ban that he issued on Tuesday. While the ban was in effect, only plows and emergency vehicle were allowed to drive on city streets.

Here are the Bristol County snow totals as posted by the National Weather Service.

Bristol County...
   Fall River            18.0   919 PM  3/13  Ham Radio               
   Mansfield             17.3   648 PM  3/13  NONE                    
   North Dighton         17.2  1053 PM  3/13  Trained Spotter         
   Dighton               16.1   823 AM  3/14  NWS Employee            
   Acushnet              16.0   850 PM  3/13  Trained Spotter         
   Taunton               15.6   700 AM  3/14  NWS Forecast Office     
   New Bedford           14.0   615 AM  3/14  Ham Radio               
   Dartmouth             14.0   444 AM  3/14  Social Media            
   Westport              13.3   435 PM  3/13  Ham Radio               
   Easton                13.0   515 PM  3/13  Ham Radio               
   west acushnet         12.5   710 PM  3/13  Trained Spotter         
   Norton                12.4   334 PM  3/13  Ham Radio               
   South Dartmouth       12.0   508 PM  3/13  Ham Radio               
   Attleboro             12.0   737 AM  3/14  NONE                    
   Fairhaven             11.5   907 PM  3/13  Ham Radio               
   North Attleboro       11.0   500 PM  3/13  Trained Spotter         
   Acushnet - North       8.0   131 PM  3/13  Trained Spotter