St. Patrick’s Day snowstorm totals come in

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Now that the bulk of the of the accumulating  snow that comprised the St. Patrick’s Day snowstorm has moved off the coast, the National Weather Service is posting storm totals for areas from across the Middle Atlantic States./NOAA Now that the bulk of the of the accumulating snow that comprised the St. Patrick’s Day snowstorm has moved off the coast, the National Weather Service is posting storm totals for areas from across the Middle Atlantic States./NOAA Now that the bulk of the of the accumulating snow that comprised the St. Patrick’s Day snowstorm has moved off the coast, the National Weather Service is posting storm totals for areas from across the Middle Atlantic States. Ironically, the worst snowstorm of the season for many South Jersey residents fell only three days before the start of spring.

See how your town compared:

New Jersey

As of 10 a.m., Wildwood Crest led New Jersey with 10.5 inches of snow, according to the National Weather Service.

Other leaders were: Woodbine (9.7), Manahawkin (7.5), Cape may (7.1), Dias Creek (7.0), Estell manor (6.7), Port Norris (6.5), Galloway (6.0), Turnserville (5.8), Berlin (5.0), Little Egg Harbor (5.0), Dennisville (4.5), Green Creek (4.5), Cape May Court House (4.0), Delmont (4.0), and Mays Landing (4.0).

An unofficial 6.5 inches of snow fell in Sweetwater.

Delaware

Lewes, Del. Led the First State with 9.0 inches. Other snowfall leaders included Dagsboro (8.0), Dover (7.8), Woodside (7.8), and Harrington (7.5).

Pennsylvania

Though areas of the Keystone State have endured their second snowiest winter of all time, areas of eastern Pennsylvania faired well during the St. Patrick’s Day snowstorm.

Philadelphia International Airport received 4.5 inches. Brookhaven got 5.3 inches. Greencastle had 4.0 and Wynnewood got 3.0.


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