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How much rain fell in your area?

See how much rain fell in your area during the Sunday-night storm that set multiple rainfall records in Philadelphia:

NEW JERSEY

Burlington County
- Mount Laurel: 4.3 inches
- Mount Holly: 2.32 inches
- Medford: 2.05 inches
- Shamong Township: 2.03 inches

Camden County
- Gloucester City: 7 inches
- Mount Ephraim: 4.76 inches
- Cherry Hill: 3.2 inches
- Somerdale: 2.85 inches

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  • Cumberland County
    - Upper Deerfield Township: 2.79 inches
    - Greenwich: 2.57 inches

    Gloucester County
    - Mickleton: 4.25 inches
    - Westville: 4.15 inches
    - West Franklin Township: 3.86 inches
    - West Deptford Township: 3.78 inches
    - Wenonah: 2.3 inches

    Hunterdon County
    - Readington Township: 3 inches
    - Flemington: 2.2 inches
    - Whitehouse Station: 2.02 inches
    - Whitehouse: 2 inches

    Morris County
    - Parsippany: 2.43 inches
    - Long Hill Township: 2.25 inches

    Salem County
    - Pennsville: 4.22 inches

    Somerset County
    - Basking Ridge: 2.99 inches
    - Bridgewater Township: 2.66 inches
    - Far Hills: 2.53 inches
    - Pottersville: 2.17 inches

    Sussex County
    - Flatbrookville: 3.24 inches
    - Sussex airport: 2.03 inches

    Warren County
    - Pequest: 2.15 inches

    PENNSYLVANIA

    Monroe County
    - Blakeslee: 2.74 inches

    Northampton County
    - Walnutport: 2.46 inches

    Philadelphia
    - Philadelphia International Airport: 8.26 inches

    DELAWARE

    New Castle County
    - Blackbird: 3.34 inches
    - Wilmington: 2.32 inches
    - Hockessin: 2.01 inches

    Sussex County
    - Milton: 2.37 inches

    All data is from the National Weather Service.

    Emily Babay Philly.com staff
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