Here are the snow totals from the storm March 21, according to reports on two websites: the Delaware Environmental Observing System at the University of Delaware and the Delaware Department of Transportation. Note: Snowfall totals can vary in the same general area depending on wind, drifts and other factors.

DEOS reports

Talley, 7.0 inches Claymont, 5.8 inches Greenville, 7.2 inches Hockessin, 6.1 inches Prices Corner, 6.2 inches

White Clay Creek, 5.9 inches Newark, 5.9 inches Glasgow, 6.6 inches New Castle, 6.4 inches Port Penn, 6.4 inches

Blackbird, 6.7 inches Smyrna, 4.8 inches Dover, 5.7 inches West Dover, 5.7 inches Woodside, 7.5 inches

Frederica, 4.0 inches Harrington, 4.8 inches Bridgeville, 1.7 inches Seaford, 1.6 inches Dagsboro, 4.0 inches

Stockley, 2.0 inches Nassau, 1.1 inches Ellendale, 2.1 inches Lewes, 0.7 inches Bethany Beach, 0.6 inches Laurel, 1.6 inches

DelDOT totals
The DelDOT website only reports totals over one inch.

Talley, 7.2 inches Kiamensi, 6.2 inches Bear, 6.6 inches Middletown, 6.7 inches Dover, 5.7 inches

Viola, 7.5 inches Harrington, 4.8 inches Bridgeville, 1.7 inches Georgetown, 2.0 inches

Laurel, 1.6 inches Ellendale, 2.1 inches Selbyville, 4.0 inches