Your Pictures: Measuring the Day

Look how locals measured the snowfall on Monday, March 2, 2009.

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Janet Sliwinski
Measuring Tape! Janet tallies up 10 inches in Pemberton Twp., N.J. around 4:30 Monday morning.
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John Boyle
Yardstick works too! John used it at 7am to measure 4 inches of snow in Edgewater Park, N.J.
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John Hoover
Rulers. John Hoover used one on his picnic table in Plumsteadville, Bucks County, Pa. about 8am.
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Brittany Green
Patio Tables! We got quite a few shots of snow atop tables. Brittany sent this in from Berlin, N.J.
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Michael A. Pagliaro
Michael's patio table was holding up 11 inches of snow in Toms River, N.J.
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Ernesto Ochoa
Patio table picture by Andrew. Over 6-1/2 inches had fallen so far.
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Heather Platania
Picnic tables are a good way to measure snowfall. This is Heather's backyard in Vineland, N.J. where they got over 12 inches by day's end.
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Wanda King
Patio table on the front deck of Wanda's place is holding 9 inches of snow.
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Ella Wilson
Porch rails. Ella snapped this shot of what looks to be 5 or 6 inches of snow on her porch in Pine Hill, N.J.
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Alma Hartman
Deck railing measures more than a half foot of snow. This one's at the Harman home in Absecon, N.J.
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Georgiann
Georgiann says 11 inches of snow is on her deck in Williamstown, N.J. at 10am. And how much do you love this line: "NO SCHOOL. boo hoo for the parents, lol"
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Glenn Anderson
A Hearse! Glenn sent in this picture of a Buick Hearse that's about to get the snow cleaned off.
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hillary
Hillary's Happiness is a good measure of the day! "We all got happy because of the snow so me and my friends decided 2 eat it."
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Ann & Wayne
Ann & Wayne: Our solar-powered lamp post won't be seeing the sun for a while....looks like a cake!
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Ashley
Patio tables are popular! Ashley snapped a shot of the snow on her's in Florence, N.J.
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Kathy Stephenson
Patio Table. Thanks, Kathy!
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Doug Jolley
Fire Pit Grill. Doug says this is the tripod he uses to cook over the camp fire.
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Jen Steuterman
Mystery Snowball! Jen says, "When we woke up Monday morning, we found this huge snowball outside our front door, we have no idea how it got there!"
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Marguerite Fallon
Bird Feeder measures a few inches in Marguerite's backyard in Glenolden, Pa.
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George Carr
Bird House Mailbox. George Carr took this picture in his backyard this morning while the snow was falling.
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Morris Levin
Bird Feeders. And Morris says the birds were actually feeding during the storm when he snapped this shot. "The birds must be from Canada and, for them, this is south for the winter."
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