Official Snowfall Totals

Official Snowfall Totals This weekend's snowstorm hit several areas hard during its two-day stay, said the National Weather Service.

Among the hardest hit areas were Hamilton Square, N.J. (14.5 inches), Bear, Del. (12.7 inches), New Egypt, N.J. (13.5 inches), Furlong, Pa. (12.0 inches), West Chester, Pa. (11.6 inches) and Perkasie, Pa. (11.0 inches).

Overall, central New Jersey was hit the hardest, while Cape May County had the least snow.

The totals also reveal how some areas escaped a big snowfall by falling just south of the rain-snow dividing line that was near the Pennsylvania Turnpike.

Northeast Philadelphia had 10.5 inches of snow, while Philadelphia International Airport had just 4.8 inches.

In all, 36 towns had at least 10 inches of snow from the storm.

To get a complete list of official snowfall amounts (and to find your town), click here.

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