Unofficial tallies for Saturday's snowstorm show how heavily some places were blanketed, while other parts of the area were largely spared.

In Philadelphia and its surrounding counties, the highest totals were in Chester County, with 5.0 inches in East Coventry Township, 4.5 inches in Spring City, 4.3 in Glenmoore, and 4.1 in Elverson, and 4.0 in Chester Springs, Lionville and East Nantmeal.

The three other suburban counties also had a third of a foot in spots: 4.1 inches in West Rockhill and 4.0 in Quakertown, both in Bucks County; 4.0 in Montgomeryville, Montgomery County; and 4.0 in Wayne, Delaware County.

The highest total in the wider region, according to the National Weather Service, was the 6.1 inches in Bernville, northwest of Reading in Berks County, where Kutztown had 5.2 and Fleetwood had 5.0.

A half-foot also fell in the Poconos, at Summit Hill in Carbon County, with 5.3 reported at East Stroudsburg in Monroe County, and 5.1 at Macungie in Lehigh County.

Northampton's top total was 4.6 inches in Williams Township.

Flemington, N.J., about 30 miles north of Trenton, also got 4.8 inches, with some other North Jersey towns also reporting 4 inches or more.

Here are other totals around the region.


Roxborough, 2.0 inches

Philadelphia International Airport, trace

Chester County

Chesterbrook, 3.5

Exton, Honey Brook and Thorndale, 3.0

New London, 2.4

Atglen, 2.2

West Chester and Pughtown, 2.0

Marshallton, 1.6

Devault, 1.4

Delaware County

Broomall, 2.5 inches

Glen Mills and Brookhaven, 2.0

Drexel Hill, 1.7

Lansdowne, 1.5

Norwood, 0.5

Montgomery County

Graterford, 3.9

Gilbertsville, 3.8

Royersford and Spring Mount, 3.7

King Of Prussia, 3.6

Abington, Ambler and Blue Bell, 3.5

Eagleville, 2.9

Horsham, 2.8

Wynnewood, 2.0

Lansdale, 1.5

Bucks County

Ivyland, 3.4 inches

Warrington, 3.3

Hilltown Township, 3.3

Buckingham and Doylestown, 3.0

Lower Makefield Township, 1.5

South Jersey

Florence, Burlington County, 0.4 inches

Mount Holly, Burlington County, 0.1

National Park, Gloucester County, trace


Newark and Hockessin, 1.6 inches

Greenville 1.4

New Castle, 0.4