Wednesday, February 10, 2016

How much snow fell in your area?



Philadelphia-area residents are getting used to seeing snow -- just not much of it.
That trend continued Wednesday evening, with just 0.2 inches reported at the Philadelphia International Airport. Parts of the sub


Philadelphia-area residents are getting used to seeing snow -- just not much of it.

As's weather blog reports, that trend continued Wednesday evening. Here's a rundown from the National Weather Service of how much snow fell in spots around the region: 

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  • Pennsylvania

    Bucks County:

    West Rockhill Township, 2.3 inches

    Hilltown Township, 2.0 inches

    Furlong, 1.0 inches

    Chester County:

    Elverson, 2.5 inches

    East Nantmeal Township, 2.2 inches

    East Coventry Township, 1.5 inches

    Exton, 1.3 inches

    Delaware County:

    Wayne, 2.5 inches

    Lehigh County:

    Allentown Airport, 0.1 inches

    Allentown, 0.1 inches

    Montgomery County:

    Skippack, 2.5 inches

    Gilbertsville, 2.0 inches

    Eagleville, 1.0 inches

    Northampton County:

    Williams Township, 3.0 inches

    Philadelphia County:

    Philadelphia International Airport, 0.2 inches

    New Jersey

    Atlantic County:

    Pleasantville, 0.9 inches

    Atlantic City Airport, 0.9 inches

    Burlington County:

    Fort Dix, 3.0 inches

    Marlton, 2.5 inches

    4 E Moorestown, 2.5 inches

    Mount Laurel, 2.1 inches

    Mount Holly WFO, 1.4 inches

    Florence, 1.0 inches

    Wrightstown, 1.0 inches

    Camden County:

    Atco, 2.0 inches

    Runnemede, 1.5 inches

    Cumberland County:

    Vineland: 3.0 inches

    Gloucester County

    West Deptford Township, 1.5 inches

    Washington Township, 1.3 inches

    National Park, 0.2 inches

    Hunterdown County

    Pittstown, 2.0 inches


    New Castle County:

    Newark, 0.8 inches

    Wilmington Airport, 0.1 inches

    Wilmington, 0.1 inches

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