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Digging Out? Here's How Much You Have to Shovel

Use our interactive snow totals map to tell us how much snow you got.

Digging Out? Here's How Much You Have to Shovel

Thursday’s Nor’easter came in two parts, with the majority of the snow coming early. Still, the second half of the storm added some significant accumulation in some areas, made a mess of area roads and lead to multiple school delays and closures.

Check out the region’s  official snowfall totals from the National Weather Service:

Bucks County
Perkasie: 17.0 inches
West Rockhill Twp.: 14.7 inches
Warminster: 12.5 inches
Furlong: 11.6 inches
Warrington: 10.0 inches

Chester County
Honey Brook: 20.2 inches
Downingtown: 18.0 inches
New London: 17.6 inches
Coatesville: 15.8 inches

Delaware County
Chadds Ford: 16.5 inches
Chester: 15.0 inches
Wayne: 12.2 inches
Drexel Hill: 12.0 inches

Lehigh County
Allentown Airport: 19.2 inches
Slatington: 15.2 inches
Werleys Corner: 13.8 inches

Montgomery County
Gilbertsville: 14.5 inches
Willow Grove: 13.5 inches
Montgomeryville: 13.1 inches
Norristown: 13.0 inches
King of Prussia: 12.6 inches
Wynnewood: 12.3 inches
Ambler: 11.0 inches

Northampton County
Bethlehem: 19.0 inches
Delps: 18.5 inches
Forks Twp.: 17.0 inches
Bushkill Twp.: 16.8 inches
Hellertown: 14.0 inches

Philadelphia County
Philadelphia Intl. Airport: 11.5 inches

This information comes from trained spotters with the  National Weather Service, but we know they don't have spotters in every Patch town. So, for a more complete picture of how this storm has affected us all, we'd love for you to tell us how much snow you got right in your own backyard!

It's easy to use our interactive storm totals map:

1) Click "Add" in the upper right corner of the map.

2) Under location, enter an address or intersection. Under description, enter a snowfall total.  

3) Click "Submit." 

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