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How Much Snow Fell in Your Neighborhood?

The first day of March greeted the Philadelphia region with an early snow storm that slowed down drivers during their Friday morning commute and left accumulating snow in most neighborhoods.

Check out these totals (in inches) from the National Weather Service to see how much powder fell in your area. We will update this page as we receive new information from the National Weather Service.

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Berks County

Morgantown - 3.5

Union Township - 3

Spring Township - 2.9

Reading - 2.9

Shillington - 2.5

Bucks County

Lower Makefield Twp. - 2.0

Chester County

Downington - 2.5

East Nantmeal Twp. - 3.8

Jennersville - 2.9

New London Township - 2.7

Delaware County

Chadds Ford Township - 3.4

Clifton Heights - 3.6

Drexel Hill - 3.5

Morton - 3.4

Wayne - 3.0

Lehigh County

Zionsville - 1.4

Montgomery County

Eagleville - 2.8

Gilbertsville - 2.6

Plymouth Meeting - 2

Valley Forge - 2.9

Northampton County

Martins Creek - 1.2

Nazareth - 1

North Catasauqua 0.4

Philadelphia

South Philadelphia - 2.5

New Jersey

Atlantic County

Pleasantville - 1.3

Smithville - 0.5

Burlington County

Medford - 2.2

Camden County

Haddon Heights - 1.4

Gloucester County

Pitman - 1.3

Sewell - 1.5

Washington Township - 2

Ocean County

Point Pleasant Beach - 1.5

Waretown - 1.9

Whiting - 1.9

Delaware

Kent County

Dover - 0.9

Smyrna - 0.8

West Dover - 1.4

Woodside - 0.8

New Castle County

Blackbird - 1.5

Claymont 2.1

Glasgow - 1.6

Greenville - 2.2

Hockessin - 2.1

New Castle - 1.8

Newark - 1.8

Port Penn - 1.3

Talleyville - 1

White Clay Creek - 1.5

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