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Snow Totals in Your Neighborhood

Get the latest snow totals as we get them from the National Weather Service.

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    NEWSLETTERS

    The Philadelphia region had varying levels of snowfall throughout Thursday morning. NBC10 meteorologist Erika Martin has some snowfall totals. (Published Thursday, Feb. 9, 2017)

    Snow fell across the region Thursday morning, dropping inches of snow on many neighborhoods. Take a look at the snow totals across the area. This article will be updated with the latest totals as we get them from the National Weather Service. 

    PENNSYLVANIA

    Berks County

    Alburtis - 4.9 inches

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    Huffs church - 5.1 inches

    Long Pond - 5 inches

    Reading - 2.8 inches

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    Sinking Spring - 3.1 inches

    Bucks County

    Bedminster - 5 inches

    Bensalem - 4 inches

    Furlong - 4.9 inches

    Doylestown - 4 inches

    Lower Makefield - 4.6 inches

    Sellersville - 4.5 inches

    West Rockhill Township - 4.5 inches

    Chester County

    Chesterbrook - 4.5 inches

    Devault - 4.3 inches

    East Nantmeal - 4.3 inches

    Exton - 3.6 inches

    Landenberg - 1.5 inches

    Phoenixville - 3 inches

    Valley Forge - 4.5 inches

    West Chester - 2 inches

    Delaware County

    Chadds Ford - 3.5 inches

    Lansdowne - 2.6 inches

    Media - 4.5 inches

    Upper Darby - 4 inches

    Wayne - 4 inches

    Lehigh County

    Center Valley - 7 inches

    Lehigh Valley Airport - 4.7 inches

    New Tripoli - 5 inches

    Salisbury Township - 7.8 inches

    Schnecksville - 6 inches

    Zionsville - 4.7 inches

    Montgomery County

    Ambler - 3 inches

    Blue Bell - 4.5 inches

    Collegeville - 3.5 inches

    Graterford - 3.6 inches

    Hatfield - 4.5 inches

    Limerick - 2.5 inches

    Maple Glen - 4.5 inches

    Wyncote - 2 inches

    Wynnewood Estates - 3 inches

    Northampton County

    Bangor - 7 inches

    Bushkill Township - 6.1 inches

    Easton - 7 inches

    Philadelphia County

    Fire Engine 54 - 2.8 inches

    Philadelphia International Airport - 0.3 inches

    Philly OEM - 1 inch

    Poconos

    Jim Thorpe - 4.8 inches

    Mount Pocono - 9 inches

    Saylorsburg - 7.5 inches

    Stroudsburg - 7.5 inches

    Tobyhana - 7 inches

    NEW JERSEY

    Atlantic County

    Estell Manor - 1.1 inches

    Hammonton - 2.1 inches

    Burlington County

    Burlington - 3.5 inches

    Florence - 4 inches

    Mount Holly - 2.8 inches

    Mount Laurel - 3.7 inches

    Tabernacle - 1.5 inches

    Camden County

    Lindenwold - 1.9 inches

    Oaklyn - 2 inches

    Voorhees - 1 inch

    Cape May County

    Dennisville - 1.3 inches

    Cumberland County

    Vineland - 1 inch

    Gloucester County

    National Park - 2.3 inches

    Sewell - 1.1 inches

    Williamstown - 2 inches

    Mercer County

    Ewing Township - 3.5 inches

    Hopewell Township - 4.5 inches

    Pennington - 4.3 inches

    Titusville - 4.8 inches

    Trenton - 4 inches

    Ocean County

    Brick Township - 3.2 inches

    Toms River - 2 inches

    Salem County

    Salem - 0.6 inches

    DELAWARE

    New Castle County

    Claymont - 1.3 inches

    Greenville - 1.7 inches

    Hockessin - 1.8 inches

    Prices Corner - 1.4 inches