That's 22 more cases than reported last week by the agency.
Two of the larger outbreaks are in Washington state and NY.
Measles was once almost eradicated in the United States, but the emergence of the "anti-vaxxer" movement may be allowing the highly contagious disease to stage a comeback, experts say.
As of Sunday, the number of measles cases in an outbreak linked to Washington state remained at 75, the same number as last week.
An outbreak in NY, which began in October when an unvaccinated resident became infected while visiting Israel and returned home with the disease, has reported 11 new cases in a Brooklyn community as of March 5.
The sick person in New Hampshire reportedly contracted measles while traveling overseas, as the CDC says is often the case.
Measles is a contagious but vaccine-preventable viral infection that is spread through coughing, sneezing and other close contact. However, no measles-related deaths have been reported in the US since 2015, according to the CDC.