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Philadelphia region snowfall totals for Dec. 8-9

Philadelphia's first major snow storm of the season hit the area Sunday. Here's how much snow fell around the region as of 5:20 a.m. Monday, according to the National Weather Service.

PENNSYLVANIA

Bucks County
- Bensalem: 3.7 inches
- Furlong: 2.5 inches
- Hilltown Township: 2 inches
- Perkasie: 1.8 inches

Chester County
- Kennett Square: 7.8 inches
- West Grove: 6.5 inches
- Nottingham: 5.5 inches
- Mendenhall: 5.5 inches
- West Chester: 3.9 inches
- Spring City: 3.5 inches
- Exton: 3.5 inches
- Atglent: 3.2 inches
- Coatesville: 3 inches
- East Nantmeal: 2.3 inches
- East Coventry Township: 1.5 inches
- 1 E Downingtown: 1 inch

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  • Delaware County
    - Garnet Valley: 10.5 inches
    - Springfield: 8 inches
    - Aldan: 8 inches
    - Essington: 7 inches
    - Brookhaven: 7 inches
    - Norwood: 7 inches
    - Aston Arms: 6 inches
    - Chadds Ford: 5.5 inches
    - Drexel Hill: 5.5 inches
    - Chester Heights: 5.2 inches
    - Sharon Hill: 4.5 inches
    - Glen Mills: 4 inches
    - Wayne: 3.5 inches

    Montgomery County
    - Ambler: 3.5 inches
    - King of Prussia: 3.4 inches
    - Wynnewood: 2.8 inches
    - Fort Washington: 2.5 inches
    - Royersford: 2.5 inches
    - Pottstown: 2.5 inches
    - Willow Grove: 2.5 inches
    - Gilbertsville: 2 inches

    Philadelphia County
    - Philadelphia Internatinal Airport: 8.6 inches

    NEW JERSEY

    Atlantic County
    - Hammonton: 5.2 inches
    - Mays Landing: 3.5 inches
    - Smithville: 3 inches
    - Pleasantville: 2.1 inches
    - Atlantic City Airport: 2.1 inches
    - Estell Manor: 2 inches

    Burlington County
    - Medford: 9.4 inches
    - Southampton Township: 9.3 inches
    - Vincentown: 9 inches
    - Pemberton: 8 inches
    - Browns Mills: 8 inches
    - Marlton: 8 inches
    - Brown Mills: 7.5 inches
    - Shamong Township: 6.4 inches
    - Washington Township: 6 inches
    - Moorestown: 6 inches
    - Mount Laurel: 6 inches
    - Mount Holly WFO: 5.7 inches
    - Maple Shade: 5.5 inches
    - 1 SE Moorestown: 5.5 inches
    - Delran Township: 5.1 inches
    - Hainesport: 5 inches
    - Bass River: 4 inches
    - Bordentown: 3.2 inches
    - Chesterfield Township: 2.5 inches

    Camden County
    - Lindenwold: 8.8 inches
    - Laurel Springs: 8.3 inches
    - Point of Woods: 8 inches
    - Cherry Hill: 8 inches
    - 1 N Pennsauken: 7.5 inches
    - Runnemede: 7 inches
    - Barrington: 7 inches
    - Collingswood: 6.8  inches
    - West Berlin: 6.5 inches
    - East Camden: 6 inches
    - Blackwood: 6 inches
    - Somerdale: 5.3 inches
    - Jackson: 4.5 inches
    - Erial: 3.5 inches

    Gloucester County
    - West Deptford Township: 9.5 inches
    - Deptford Township: 9 inches
    - National Park: 8.6 inches
    - Mantua: 8.3 inches
    - Pitman: 8 inches
    - Washington Township: 7.5 inches
    - Sewell: 7.3 inches
    - East Greenwich Township: 7 inches
    - Woodbury: 7 inches
    - Turnersville: 7 inches
    - Williamstown: 6.5 inches
    - Mullica Hill: 6.5 inches
    - Westville: 6.1 inches
    - Thorofare: 6 inches
    - Clayton: 6 inches

    Check out the weather service's website for totals from other counties in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

    Emily Babay PHILLY.COM
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