A winter storm moving through the Philadelphia region this morning closed schools and tied up traffic. Here's how much snow had fallen in parts of the area as of 1:45 p.m., according to the National Weather Service.

PENNSYLVANIA

Bucks County
- Perkasie: 5 inches
- Warwick Township: 4.8 inches
- Yardley: 2.5 inches
- Furlong: 2 inches
- Warminster: 1 inch
- Stanwood: 0.8 inch

Chester County
- East Nantmeal Village: 4 inches
- West Chester: 3 inches
- Exton: 2.7 inches
- West Grove: 2.5 inches
- Spring City: 2 inches
- Malvern: 1.5 inches

Delaware County
- Wayne: 4.1 inches
- Drexel Hill: 4 inches
- Broomall: 3.5 inches
- Chadds Ford: 3 inches
- Newtown Square: 2.8 inches
- Norwood: 2.5 inches
- Aston Arms: 1.5 inches
- Glen Mills: 1 inch

Montgomery County
- Hatfield: 5 inches
- Lansdale: 4 inches
- Graterford: 4 inches
- King of Prussia: 3.7 inches
- Eagleville: 3.5 inches
- Green Lane: 3.3 inches
- Wynnewood: 3.1 inches
- Royersford: 2.8 inches
- Oreland: 2 inches
- Ardmore: 2 inches

Philadelphia County
- Philadelphia OEM: 2.4 inches
- Philadelphia International Airport: 2.2 inches
- West Mount Airy: 2 inches
- 2 W Philadelphia: 2 inches
- Germantown: 1.5 inches

NEW JERSEY

Atlantic County
- Hammonton: 1.5 inches
- Estell Manor: 1.5 inches
- Pleasantville: 1 inch
- Atlantic City Airport: 1 inch

Burlington County
- Florence: 4.2 inches
- Burlington: 3 inches
- Delran Township: 2.1 inches
- Mount Holly WFO: 2 inches
- Mount Laurel: 2 inches
- 1 ESE Friendship: 1.5 inches
- Tabernacle: 1.4 inches
- Riverside: 0.5 inch

Camden County
- Somerdale: 1.6 inches

Gloucester County
- National Park: 2.2 inches
- Washington Township: 2 inches

Data from more locations will be available from the weather service later today; check back for updates.