Photos: Snow Totals in Your Neighborhood

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Charlie Gigus and his son, Parker, take matters into their own hands in Trooper, Montgomery County, Pa.
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Trevor Harmon
In Philadelphia, snow fell early Tuesday morning mixing with freezing rain. The airport wound up with 6 inches while 6.8 inches fell at the city's Office of Emergency Management.
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The Poconos took the brunt of Tuesday's snowstorm with 24 inches at Mount Pocono.
4/17
Randy Gyllenhaal
Meanwhile, people in Allentown got 12.3 inches of snow. Brrr. As for other towns in Lehigh County, New Tripoli had 14.5 inches, Slatedale 15.2, Macungie 13.5, Emmaus 12.5, Orefield 9 and Alburtis 8.
5/17
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania: "Just when he went out to shovel the freezing rain came down hard," said Kristin Dejesus. Bethlehem got 13.9 inches while Tatamy in Northampton County got 15.1 inches.
6/17
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A morning visit from a cardinal in Bristol, Bucks County. Portions of the area, such as Spinnerstown, received 11 inches of snow while Greenbrook had 5.7 inches and Trevose had 5.5 inches.
7/17
Larry Goldblum
Langhorne, Bucks County - 4 inches
8/17
Colleen Sullivan
"Five inches of snow and freezing rain. It just started snowing pretty hard again at 10:20 a.m.," said Haverford resident Colleen Sullivan. Snow totals in Delaware County ranged from 6 inches in Upper Darby. Garnet Valley totaled 3.4 inches. Wayne had 6.3 inches, Chadds Ford had 5.7 and Drexel Hill had 5.5 inches.
9/17
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Charlie Gigus and his son, Parker, take matters into their own hands in Trooper, Montgomery County, Pa. Snow totals in that county vary depending on location: Graterford had 7.5 inches of snow to the west, compared to 4 inches in Lansdale and 4.5 inches Norristown. Royersford and Gilbertsville also had 7.5 inches.
10/17
Pamela Osborne
Reading, Pennsylvania had- 2 inches. But, Sinking Spring in Berks County totaled 13.3 inches.
11/17
Katy Zachry
Snow climbed steadily throughout the day in West Chester, Chester County. The neighborhood got a total of 6 inches of snow. As for other places in Chester County, Malvern had 7 inches, Warwick 6.8, East Coventry Township 6.7, Phoenixville 6.5, Exton 5.6, Atglen 5.5, Nottingham 5.5, Chester Springs 5.4, Marshallton 5.4, Devault 5.4, Glenmoore 5.4 and Valley Forge 5.
12/17
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It might not be snowing at the shore, but the area saw plenty of rain. Here is a photo of flooding in the center of Atlantic City, New Jersey, on Martin Luther King Boulevard and Caspian Avenue. Officially, AC airport reported a trace of snow.
13/17
Tracy Davidson
Camden County, New Jersey saw 2 inches in Collingswood.
14/17
Cydney Long
Wet and windy in addition to overnight snowfall in Gloucester County, New Jersey, which had 2.6 inches of snow in Washington Township and 4 inches in West Deptford Township.
15/17
Tim Furlong
New Castle County, Delaware - 4.4 inches in Pine Creek, 4.3 inches in Greenville, 4.2 inches in Hockessin, 4.2 inches in Claymont, 4.1 inches in White Clay Creek, 3.7 inches in Talley Brook, 3.5 inches in Prices Corner, 3 inches in New Castle, 2.8 inches in Glasgow, 1.2 inches in Blackbird, 1.1 inches in Port Penn.
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Sean Sharp
Wilmington, Delaware saw 1.8 inches.
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Newark had 3.6 inches.
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