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Another Few Inches of Snow Fall

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    NBC10's Rosemary Connors is in Chestnut Hill with slippery road conditions due to the snowfall last night. (Published Friday, Feb 28, 2014)

    Forecasters say the latest winter storm brought several inches of snow to most areas of Pennsylvania, but as much as half a foot to some places in the commonwealth.

    The National Weather Service says 2.7 inches was reported at Philadelphia International Airport following the four- to five-hour snowfall, with several inches also reported in suburban counties including 2.0 inches at the Wilmington, Del. airport; 3 inches in Moorestown, N.J.; 2.7 inches in Frulong, Bucks County, Pa.;  3.3 inches in West Goshen, Chester County, Pa.; and 3.1 inches in Skippack, Montgomery County, Pa.

    Observers reported four inches in Centre, Clearfield and Blair counties, five inches in Ebensburg in Cambria County and as much as 6.5 inches in Somerset County.

    The storm left slippery sidewalks and side streets around the area.

    The new snowfall comes as nearly 19,000 customers remained without power in central and southeastern Pennsylvania following last week's ice storm.