PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – A powerful Nor’easter slammed the Philadelphia area from Sunday to Tuesday. The days-long winter storm pummeled the area, dumping snow from the northwest Philadelphia suburbs to Delaware.

Here are some of the unofficial snow totals from around the region reported as of 12:40 p.m. Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service.

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These NWS observations are collected from a variety of sources, including trained spotters.

PENNSYLVANIA

Berks County

Bern Township — 24.5 inches
Reading — 23 inches
Huffs Church — 24.1 inches
Fleetwood — 26 inches
Mertztown — 26 inches
West Lawn — 18 inches
Wyomissing — 17.8 inches
Spring Township — 19.3 inches
Wernersville — 22 inches

Bucks County

Springtown — 31.2 inches
West Rockhill Township — 14 inches
Chalfont — 11.8 inches
Langhorne — 13 inches
Feasterville-Trevose — 10.6 inches
Yardley — 9.8 inches
Bensalem — 10 inches
Newtown — 13.3 inches
Sellersville — 12.7 inches
Warminster — 10 inches
Quakertown — 22 inches
New Hope — 9.5 inches

Chester County

East Nantmeal Townsihp — 16.1 inches
Pughtown — 11.2 inches
Uwchlan Township — 8 inches
Valley Forge — 10.2 inches
West Caln Township — 8 inches
West Chester — 6.5 inches
East Coventry Township —  12.2 inches
Glenmore — 8.3 inches
Malvern — 15 inches
East Vincent Township — 13.5 inches
Exton — 9.5 inches

Delaware County

Chadds Ford Township — 8.1 inches
Upper Chichester Township — 6.3 inches
Upper Darby — 9 inches
Villanova — 9 inches
Collingdale — 6.2 inches
Broomall — 7.6 inches
Ridley Township — 5.5 inches
Glen Mills — 5 inches

Lehigh County

Macungie — 28.3 inches
Whitehall Township — 28 inches
Lehigh Valley International Airport — 27.3 inches
New Tripoli — 19.5 inches
Coopersburg — 31 inches
Ancient Oaks — 30.1 inches
Emmaus — 22.3 inches

Montgomery County

Upper Dublin Township — 15 inches
Salford Township — 14 inches
Skippack — 14.5 inches
New Hanover Township — 13.2 inches
Royersford — 13.8 inches
King of Prussia — 14.2 inches
Ambler — 13.1 inches
Eagleville — 13.2 inches
Willow Grove — 11.5 inches
Lower Moreland Township — 9 inches
Lansdale — 8.5 inches
Trappe — 15 inches
Valley Forge — 14.7 inches
Gilbertsville — 13.2 inches
Plymouth Meeting — 13.2 inches
Schwenksville — 11 inches
Pottstown — 10.5 inches
Harleysville — 10 inches
North Wales — 8.3 inches
Wynnewood — 8 inches

Philadelphia County

Philadelphia International Airport — 8.1 inches
Philadelphia — 7.8 inches
Fox Chase — 10 inches
Stenton — 9 inches
Manayunk — 9 inches


NEW JERSEY

Atlantic County

Hammonton — 4.6 inches
Atlantic City International Airport — 1.2 inches
Mays Landing — 5.5 inches
Somers Point — 0.5 inch

Burlington County

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Burlington — 11 inches
Moorestown — 9 inches
South Jersey Regional Airport — 9.1 inches
Westampton Township — 9.4 inches
Delran — 10 inches
Medford — 10 inches
Marlton — 10 inches
Cooperstown — 9.7 inches
Mount Holly — 9 inches

Camden County

Springdale — 9.8 inches
Blackwood — 9.5 inches
Haddon Heights — 8.1 inches
Gloucester Township — 8 inches
West Berlin — 9 inches
Bellmawr — 6.5 inches
Cherry Hill — 7.5 inches
Gibbsboro — 10.6 inches

Gloucester County

Pitman — 9.8 inches
Mantua — 8 inches
Washington Township — 8 inches
Williamstown — 8 inches
West Deptford — 9.1 inches

Mercer County

Princeton — 13.6 inches
Hamilton Township — 10.3 inches
East Windsor Township — 11.5 inches
Ewing — 10 inches
Hopewell — 9.8 inches

Ocean County 

Jackson — 7.8 inches
Lakewood — 7.5 inches
Brick — 5.3 inches
Toms River — 4 inches


DELAWARE

Kent County

Woodside — 6.5 inches
Dover — 5 inches

New Castle County

New Castle County Airport — 4.5 inches
Hockessin — 6 inches
Bear — 4 inches


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