Tuesday, June 2, 2015

How much rain fell where you live?

Heavy rains drenched the Philadelphia region this morning, leading to flooded roads and dozens of rescues of stranded motorists.

See how much rain fell in your area as of 3 p.m., according to the National Weather Service. We'll update as more rainfall amounts become available.

DELAWARE

New Castle County
- Wilmington: 3.23 inches
- Newark: 3.06 inches
- New Castle: 2.97 inches

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  • NEW JERSEY

    Atlantic County
    - Hammonton: 2.86 inches

    Burlington County
    - Mount Laurel: 2.2 inches
    - Red Lion: 2.49 inches

    Camden County
    - Blackwood: 3.4 inches
    - Sicklerville: 3.26 inches
    - Berlin: 3.25 inches
    - Camden: 2.01 inches

    Gloucester County
    - Washington Township: 5 inches
    - Mullica Hill: 4.2 inches
    - Glassboro: 3.74 inches
    - Clayton: 3.65 inches
    - Pitman: 3.6 inches
    - Westville: 2.59 inches

    PENNSYLVANIA

    Chester County
    - Coatesville: 6.53 inches
    - Chesterbrook: 4.24 inches
    - Downingtown: 4.15 inches
    - Atglen: 3.73 inches
    - Tredyffrin Township: 3.35 inches
    - Marshallton: 3.26 inches
    - Chester Springs: 3.09 inches
    - West Chester: 2.65
    - Honey Brook: 2.4 inches

    Delaware County
    - Wayne: 3.1 inches
    - Newtown Square: 2.5 inches
    - Upper Chichester Township: 2 inches

    Montgomery County
    - Lafayette: 4.26 inches
    - West Conshohocken: 3.67 inches
    - Ambler: 2.93 inches
    - Lansdale: 2.5 inches

    Philly.com staff
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