Heavy rain fell late Wednesday and overnight in the Philadelphia area, causing widespread flooding. Here's how much rain fell in selected places around the region, according to the National Weather Service. Updated rainfall totals and amounts for other locations will be available later today.

PENNSYLVANIA

Bucks County
-Richlandtown: 4.9 inches
-Warwick Township: 4.57 inches
-Doylestown Airport: 4.31 inches
-Chalfont: 3.5 inches

Chester County
-Spring City: 6.56 inches
-West Brandywine Township: 5.5 inches
-West Chester: 5.23 inches
-West Grove: 4.25 inches

Delaware County
-Wayne: 5.56 inches
-Lansdowne: 5.55 inches
-Drexel Hill: 5.52 inches
-Media: 4.38 inches

Montgomery County
-Pottstown Airport: 5.59 inches
-Elkins Park: 5.45 inches
-Lafayette: 5.3 inches
-Wynnewood: 5.27 inches
-2 W Green Lane: 5.1 inches
-Lower Moreland Township: 5.1 inches
-Gilbertsville: 4.67 inches
-Lansdale: 4.6 inches
-Graterford: 4.27 inches

Philadelphia County
-Northeast Philadelphia: 4.91 inches
-Somerton: 4.87 inches
-Philadelphia International Airport: 4.81 inches

NEW JERSEY

Burlington County
-Riverton: 6.32 inches
-Crosswicks: 5.28 inches
-Mount Laurel: 5.14 inches
-Mount Holly WFO: 4.96 inches
-Mount Holly Airport: 4.91 inches
-Delran Township: 4.14 inches
-McGuire AFB: 3.72 inches

Camden County
-Blackwood: 4.56 inches
-Sicklerville: 4.07 inches
-Collingswood: 4.05 inches

Gloucester County
-West Deptford Township: 5.26 inches
-Sewell: 4.6 inches
-Turnersville: 4.4 inches

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