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Philadelphia-area snowfall totals: Feb. 13, 2014

A PennDot plow train heads south on Route 202 between Dilworthtown Road and Route 1 in Birmingham Township  Feb. 13, 2014 as the Philadelphia Metropolitan Region gets slammed with a Nor´easter snowstorm.  ( CLEM MURRAY / Staff Photographer )
A PennDot plow train heads south on Route 202 between Dilworthtown Road and Route 1 in Birmingham Township Feb. 13, 2014 as the Philadelphia Metropolitan Region gets slammed with a Nor'easter snowstorm. ( CLEM MURRAY / Staff Photographer )

Here's a look at how much snow from today's nor'easter has been reported in selected places across the Philadelphia region, according to the National Weather Service. 

Updated snowfall amounts and data from more locations will be available later today.

PENNSYLVANIA

Bucks County
-West Rockhill Township: 12.5 inches
-Springtown: 11 inches
-Warminster: 10.5 inches
-Langhorne: 9.5 inches
-Lower Makefield Township: 9 inches
-Yardley: 9 inches
-Nottingham: 8.7 inches
-Highland Park: 7.8 inches
-Bridgewater: 6.5 inches
-Croydon: 6 inches
-Telford: 3.5 inches
-Bensalem: 2 inches

More coverage
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  • John Bolaris: Live storm coverage
  • Photo gallery: Nor'easter hits Philadelphia region
  • Chester County
    -Uwchlan Township: 16.3 inches
    -Downingtown: 15 inches
    -Exton: 15 inches
    -New London: 14.3 inches
    -West Caln Township: 13.5 inches
    -East Nantmeal: 13.5 inches
    -Lionville: 13 inches
    -Chester Springs: 12.5 inches
    -East Coventry Township: 12 inches
    -Glenmoore: 11.5 inches
    -West Grove: 11 inches
    -Spring City: 10.8 inches
    -Marshallton: 10.5 inches
    -Landenberg: 9.5 inches
    -Atglen: 9.3 inches
    -Warwick: 9.2 inches
    -West Chester: 9.1 inches
    -Devault: 9.1 inches
    -Nottingham: 3.3 inches

    Delaware County
    -Folsom: 11 inches
    -Wayne: 10 inches
    -Chadds Ford: 9.8 inches
    -Media: 9.1 inches
    -Drexel Hill: 9 inches
    -Lansdowne: 9 inches
    -Upper Darby: 8 inches
    -Norwood: 7 inches
    -Villanova: 6 inches
    -Aston Township: 2 inches

    Montgomery County
    -Graterford: 12 inches
    -Willow Grove: 11.5 inches
    -Spring Mount: 11.5 inches
    -Royersford: 11 inches
    -King of Prussia: 10.5 inches
    -Pottstown: 10.5 inches
    -Wynnewood: 9.8 inches
    -Ambler: 8.5 inches
    -Montgomery Township: 8 inches
    -North Wales: 4 inches
    -Blue Bell: 3 inches
    -Limerick: 3 inchees

    Philadelphia County
    -Philadelphia Fire 78: 13 inches
    -Philadelphia International Airport: 9.8 inches
    -Philadelphia OEM: 8 inches
    -Port Richmond: 8 inches
    _Philadelphia Fire 53: 8 inches
    -Philadelphia Fire 33: 7.5 inches
    -Somerville: 6.5 inches
    -Somerton: 6.3 inches

    NEW JERSEY

    Atlantic County
    -Estell Manor: 7 inches
    -Buena: 6 inches
    -Egg Harbor City: 4.5 inches
    -Hamilton Township: 3.5 inches
    -Pleasantville: 2.4 inches
    -Atlantic City Airport: 2.4 inches
    -Mays Landing: 2 inches

    Burlington County
    -Mount Laurel: 10.5 inches
    -Riverton: 10.5 inches
    -Lumberton: 10.2 inches
    -Bordentown: 9.3 inches
    -Medford: 9 inches
    -Eastampton Township: 9 inches
    -Mount Holly WFO: 8.7 inches
    -Moorestown: 8 inches
    -Tabernacle: 7.3 inches
    -Crosswicks: 7 inches
    -Riverside: 7 inches
    -Florence: 6.2 inches
    -Marlton: 6 inches

    Camden County
    -Pennsauken: 12.1 inches
    -Cherry Hill: 11.7 inches
    -Camden: 11.5 inches
    -Waterford Township: 10 inches
    -Somerdale: 9.2 inches
    -Blackwood: 9 inches
    -Voorhees: 9 inches
    -Lindenwold: 8.2 inches
    -Berlin: 8 inches
    -Ancora: 8 inches
    -Gloucester Township: 7.3 inches
    -East Camden: 7 inches
    -Hi-Nella: 1 inch

    Gloucester County
    -Paulsboro: 11 inches
    -Washington Township: 10.2 inches
    -Franklinville: 10 inches
    -National Park: 9.8 inches
    -Sewell: 9.5 inches
    -Gibbstown: 9.5 inches
    -Malaga: 9 inches
    -Mantua: 8 inches
    -Glassboro: 7 inches
    -SW Glassboro: 7 inches
    -West Deptford Township: 6 inches
    -Pitman: 0.5 inch

    DELAWARE

    Kent County
    -Smyrna: 8 inches
    -Dover: 6.9 inches

    New Castle County
    -Newark: 14.1 inches
    -Bear: 11 inches
    -Greenville: 10.8 inches
    -Hockessin:10.5 inches
    -Wilmington Airport: 10 inches
    -New Castle: 10 inches
    -Talleyville: 10 inches
    -Pike Creek: 9.9 inches
    -Glasgow: 9.8 inches
    -White Clay Creek: 9.6 inches
    -1 N Wilmington: 9.5 inches
    -4 SSW Newark: 9 inches
    -N Wilmington: 7 inches

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