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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Wednesday’s winter storm caused accidents across the region, forced public transportation to modify its schedules and forced flight cancellations. It also closed schools and offered snow days to many.

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How much snow has fallen in your backyard? Stay with Eyewitness News as we’ll update the snow totals from the National Weather Services throughout the day.

Here are the totals, as of 7:15 p.m.:

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Pennsylvania:

West Chester: 4.0 inches

West Caln Township: 3.9 inches

Chadds Ford Township: 3.9 inches

West Bradford Township: 3.8 inches

Morton: 3.5 inches

Clifton Heights: 3.5 inches

Kennett Square: 3.3 inches

Drexel Hill: 3.0 inches

Valley Forge: 2.9 inches

Center City: 2.7 inches

Salisbury Township: 2.3 inches

Conshohocken: 1.5 inches

New Jersey:

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Marlton: 3.0 inches

Smithville: 3.0 inches

Williamstown: 3.0 inches

West Deptford Township: 3.0 inches

Brick: 3.0 inches

Hammonton: 2.6 inches

Cinnaminson: 2.4 inches

Lindenwold: 2.4 inches

Eldora: 2.3 inches

Princeton: 2.0 inches

Milford: 1.5 inches

Delaware:

Hockessin: 4.0 inches

Augustine: 4.0 inches

Newark: 3.5 inches

New Castle: 3.0 inches

West Dover: 2.2 inches

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*These totals will be updated throughout the day.