23 Aug 2014
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Digging Out? Here's How Much You Have to Shovel

Some parts of the region saw more than 9 inches of snow.

Digging Out? Here's How Much You Have to Shovel
Eastern Pennsylvania got walloped by yet another major snowstorm on Monday.

Up until Sunday night, the National Weather Service was predicting only 3 to 5 inches of snow for our area, but many places got far more.

As we continue to dig out, here's a look at official snowfall totals from around the region, as compiled by  the National Weather Service.

Bucks County
Hilltown Twp.: 9.0 inches
Furlong: 8.7 inches
Morrisville: 8.3 inches
Langhorne: 8.0 inches
Perkasie: 8.0 inches
Doylestown: 7.0 inches
Croyden Heights: 6.8 inches

Chester County
East Vincent Twp.: 9.0 inches
East Conventry Twp.: 8.5 inches
Spring City: 8.2 inches
Chester Springs: 7.6 inches
West Chester: 6.5 inches

Delaware County
Drexel Hill: 4.5 inches
Norwood: 4.5 inches

Lehigh County 
Allentown Airport: 9.3 inches
New Tripoli: 8.5 inches
Germansville: 7.8 inches

Montgomery County
Trappe: 9.2 inches
Jenkintown: 8.5 inches
Gilbertsville: 8.4 inches
Graterford: 8.4 inches
Royersford: 8.1 inches
Pottstown: 7.0 inches
Lower Moreland Twp.: 6.4 inches

Northampton County
Bethlehem: 8.1 inches
Bangor: 7.5 inches
Martins Creek: 7.0 inches

Philadelphia County
Franklinville: 6.2 inches
Somertown: 5.2. inches
Philadelphia Intl. Airport: 3.5 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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