A Wyndmoor woman is the winner of $46.6 million in cash - less taxes - for having a Powerball ticket that matched all of the numbers drawn on Feb. 28.

Since then, many have wondered who bought the ticket at the customer service counter at Plymouth Meeting Mall.

Palmira Nicolo will actually get half of the jackpot won that day. Two anonymous "longtime friends" in Delaware claimed the other half in April, according to lottery officials there.

The total jackpot was advertised as worth $174.4 million in yearly payouts.

Both winners, though, opted for the lump-sum windfall.

The mall will get $100,000 just for selling its winning ticket.

Nicolo showed up with the ticket yesterday at state lottery headquarters in Middletown, Dauphin County, near Harrisburg.

She is Pennsylvania's 13th Powerball jackpot winner - and the one who took the longest to come forward.

The previous mark of 66 days was established by Edward Varley of Hatfield, Montgomery County, in 2002. He collected $30.8 million in cash.

The last Powerball winner in Pennsylvania was York's Myrna Shearer, who won $30.2 million cash in the Oct. 29 drawing.

The biggest jackpot even won in Pennsylvania was worth $110 million. It was hit in May 2004 by Steven and Kristine White - of Skillman, N.J.

A $93 million jackpot, from a December 2004 drawing, was claimed by a trust for Florence Ayers of Harmony, Butler County, and her two children.

Powerball is played in 30 states.

Saturday's annuity jackpot will be worth an estimated $86 million, or $41.9 million cash.

For more lottery information, go to www.philly.com/philly/news/lottery.

Contact staff writer Peter Mucha at 215-854-4342 or pmucha@phillynews.com.