First Snowfall of Season Brings 2+ Inches to Pennsylvania Suburbs - NBC 10 Philadelphia
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First Snowfall of Season Brings 2+ Inches to Pennsylvania Suburbs



    More than 2 inches of snow coated some parts of the Pennsylvania suburbs Thursday as the first snowfall of the winter season blew through.

    In West Caln Township, Chester County, 2.1 inches of snow accumulated during the mid-November storm. Elverson saw 1.8 inches while Exton got 0.8 inches, the National Weather Service (NWS) reported Friday.

    Further north in Berks County, 2.5 inches fell in Huffs Church and 1.5 inches was measured in Boyertown.

    Lehigh County's Salisbury Township was coated with 3.3 inches of snow while 1 inch of snow fell in South Allentown, according to the NWS.

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    The snow totals were much lower in the southern and eastern suburbs with 0.5 inches falling in Furlong, Bucks County and 0.2 inches in Chadds Ford, Delaware County.

    The thick snowflakes were a reminder of the winter that's expected to come. In his 18th annual long-range winter forecast, NBC10 First Alert Weather Chief Meteorologist Glenn "Hurricane" Schwartz said he's predicting more than 40 inches of snow to fall during the 2014-2015 winter season. It will be coupled with extreme cold as well, he believes.

    For a full list of snowfall totals, click here.