It's been a tight NW favored gradient. Ray and I usually run neck and neck, year in and year out, with his advantage in big coastal years but you can see the gradient that occurred so far this season on Kevin's snow table thread.
If not for the early December storm, RT 2 N would be absurdly ahead in totals. I'd still be at 30" and Dave at or above 40" but many S of the Pike would barely be out of single digit totals. So in that regard it has been a full ratter for many.
This year RT 2 N & W of Gardner has been a bit disappointing but still mostly been full winter conditions despite the mild temperatures and lack of impressive storms.