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How Much Snow Did South Jersey Get Sunday?

Totals varied wildly, but if you were near Philly, chances were you got socked.

Snow blankets Christmas lights after Sunday's storm. Photo by Bryan Littel.
Snow blankets Christmas lights after Sunday's storm. Photo by Bryan Littel.

The storm that was supposed to be nothing ended up dumping anywhere from around three inches up to nine inches or more of snow across portions of the tri-county area Sunday.

The closer you were to Philadelphia, in general, the worse off you were—with a couple of exceptions.

Medford reported the highest total from the storm out of anywhere in Burlington, Camden and Gloucester counties, at 9.4 inches through 3:39 p.m., according to a member of the public who sent in the total to the National Weather Service's (NWS) Mount Holly office.

The NWS reported these totals in inches through the afternoon hours:

Burlington County

  • MEDFORD—9.4
  • SOUTHAMPTON—9.3
  • VINCENTOWN—9
  • BROWNS MILLS—8
  • MARLTON—8
  • SHAMONG—6.4
  • WASHINGTON TWP—6
  • MOORESTOWN—5.8
  • MOUNT LAUREL—5.8
  • MAPLE SHADE—5.5
  • MOUNT HOLLY—5
  • HAINESPORT—5
  • DELRAN—4.2
  • BORDENTOWN—3.2
  • CHESTERFIELD—2.5

Camden County:

  • LINDENWOLD—8.5
  • LAUREL SPRINGS—8.3
  • POINT OF WOODS, CHERRY HILL—8
  • CHERRY HILL—8.0
  • PENNSAUKEN—7.5
  • RUNNEMEDE—7
  • BARRINGTON—7
  • WEST BERLIN—6.5
  • EAST CAMDEN—6
  • BLACKWOOD—6
  • COLLINGSWOOD—6
  • SOMERDALE—5.3
  • ERIAL—3.5

Gloucester County:

  • DEPTFORD—9
  • MANTUA—8.3
  • SEWELL—7.3
  • WEST DEPTFORD—7
  • EAST GREENWICH—7
  • WOODBURY—7
  • TURNERSVILLE—7
  • WESTVILLE—6.1
  • WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP—6
  • THOROFARE—6
  • WILLIAMSTOWN—5.5

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