Monday, August 3, 2015

How much rain fell where you live?

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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

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