How Much Snow Has Fallen In Your Neighborhood? – CBS Kitchener

kitchener (CBS) – A powerful Nor’easter struck the Kitchener area overnight Wednesday as snow accumulated in areas from the Poconos to the suburbs of New Jersey.

Here are some of the unofficial snow totals from the area reported as of 6:37 a.m., according to the National Weather Service.

These NWS observations come from a variety of sources, including trained spotters.

PENNSYLVANIA

Berks County:

  • Spring Township – 9.8 in
  • Huffs Church – 9.0 in
  • Wernersville – 6.8 in
  • Shillington – 6.5 inches
  • Exeter Township – 6.5 inches

Bucks County:

  • Springtown – 8.0 inches
  • Quakertown – 8.0 inches
  • Lower Makefield Township – 7.5 in
  • Jamison – 6.0 in
  • Hilltown Township – 5.0 in
  • Langhorne – 5.0 in
  • Levittown – 4.0 in

Chester County:

  • East Coventry Township – 8.7 in
  • West Caln Township – 7.7 in
  • East Coventry Township – 7.2 in
  • West Chester – 4.0 in

Delaware County:

  • Chadd’s Ford Township – 6.5 inches
  • Clifton Heights – 6.0 in
  • Broom – 4.3 inches

Lehigh County:

  • Emmaus – 11.8 in
  • Lehigh Valley International Airport – 9.3 in
  • Allentown – 9.0 in
  • Macungie – 7.3 in

Montgomery County:

  • Norristown – 8.5 inches
  • Bustard – 7.1 inches
  • New Hanover Township – 7.0 inches
  • Ambler – 6.5 inches
  • Valley Forge – 6.3 in
  • Eagleville – 5.2 in
  • Wynnewood – 5.1 in

Kitchener County:

  • Kitchener International Airport – 6.3 in

NEW JERSEY

Burlington County:

  • Chesterfield – 6.5 inches
  • Mount Laurel – 5.4 in
  • Moorestown – 5.0 in
  • Florence – 4.7 in

Camden County:

  • Springdale – 4.4 in
  • Berlin – 4.0 inches
  • Somerdale – 2.5 inches

Gloucester county:

  • Monroe Township – 5.0 in
  • Deptford Township – 4.0 in

Mercer County:

  • Princeton – 6.4 in
  • Ewing – 5.5 inches
  • Pennington – 5.5 inches
  • Hamilton Township – 4.0 in

Monmouth County:

  • Freehold Township – 7.2 in
  • Holmdel – 7.0 in
  • Howell – 6.1 in
  • Manalapan Township – 6.0 in

Ocean County:

  • Jackson Township – 7.0 in

DELAWARE

New Castle County:

  • Wilmington – 5.0 in

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