PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – As light snow tapered off around the region Thursday morning, snowfalls of 2-4″ were reported in the Winter Weather Advisory area for the city and areas south.

Here are some of the unofficial snow totals from around the region reported as of 1:26 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 11, 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

Bechtelsville — 2.5 inches
Huffs Church — 2.3 inches
Union Township — 1.9 inchess
Spring Township — 1.8 inches
Shillington — 1.6 inches
Douglassville — 0.9 inches

Bucks County

Newtown — 2.7 inches
Chalfont — 2.5 inches
New Hope — 2 inches
Newtown — 2 inches
Trumbauersville — 2 inches
Furlong — 3 inches


Chester County

Exton — 3 inches
Malvern — 2.5 inches
Jennersville — 2.3 inches
Uwchlan Township — 2.3 inches
Glenmoore — 2 inches
West Caln Township — 2 inches
East Coventry Township — 1.6 inches
West Chester — 3.1 inches


Delaware County

Upper Chichester Township — 2.9 inches
Morton — 2.7 inches
Chadds Ford Township — 3.1 inches
Upper Darby — 2.9 inches
Villanova — 2.4 inches

Lehigh County

Coopersburg — 2.4 inches
Center Valley — 2.3 inches
New Tripoli — 2.2 inches
Lehigh Valley International Airport — 2.1 inches
Whitehall Township — 2.1 inches
Washington Township — 1.8 inches
Macungie — 1.7 inches


Montgomery County

Norristown — 3.4 inches
Plymouth Meeting — 2.6 inches
King of Prussia — 2.3 inches
New Hanover Township — 2.3 inches
Willow Grove — 2.3 inches
Gilbertsville — 2.2 inches
Glenside — 2.1 inches
Salford Township — 2.1 inches
Gladwyne — 2 inches
Eagleville — 1.8 inches
Pottstown — 1.8 inches
Lansdale — 2.3 inches
Skippack — 2 inches
Ambler — 2 inches
Gladwyne — 2 inches
Horsham — 1.9 inches

Philadelphia

Philadelphia International Airport — 3.1 inches
Fox Chase — 2.6 inches
Point Breeze — 3.5 inches

 

NEW JERSEY

Atlantic County

Absecon — 4 inches
Galloway Township — 4 inches
Estell Manor — 5.6 inches
Atlantic City International Airport — 5.5 inches
Folsom — 3 inches
Brigantine — 3.8 inches
Somers Point — 4.8 inches
Mays Landing — 7 inches
Egg Harbor Township — 6.5 inches

Burlington County

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Medford — 3.1 inches
Burlington — 2.5 inches
Hainesport — 2.8 inches
Lumberton — 2.3 inches
Mount Laurel — 2.4 inches
Westampton Township — 2.5 inches
Columbus — 2 inches
Burlington — 2.5 inches

Camden County

Sicklerville — 3 inches
West Berlin — 2.8 inches
Gloucester City — 2.3 inches
Cherry Hill — 2 inches
Bellmawr — 2.3 inches
Haddon Heights — 2.5 inches

Cape May County

Ocean City — 3.8 inches

Gloucester County

Sewell — 4.2 inches
Mantua — 3.7 inches
Williamstown — 3.6 inches
Pitman — 4.7 inches

Hunterdon County

Readington Township — 2.3 inches
Tewksbury Township — 1.8 inches

Mercer County 

Ewing — 3.4 inches
Hamilton Square — 2.5 inches
Hopewell — 2.3 inches

Ocean County

Forked River — 5.5 inches
Tuckerton — 3.8 inches
Jackson — 2.6 inches
Harvey Cedars — 4.1 inches
Brick — 3.2 inches
Lakewood — 2 inches
Manahawkin — 4 inches


DELAWARE

Kent County

Smyrna — 5.5 inches
Woodside — 4.3 inches
Felton — 1.3 inches
Dover — 3.5 inches

New Castle County 

Bear — 4 inches
Middletown — 3.8 inches
Odessa — 4 inches
Fairfax — 3.3 inches
Talleyville — 3.1 inches
New Castle County Airport — 3 inches
Newark — 4 inches

Sussex County

Milford — 0.5 inches

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