Day after, nor'easter's remnants mixed across Berks

MUHLENBERG TWP., Pa. - Wednesday's nor'easter left something for just about everyone, with even areas that escaped the worst of the storm still feeling its effects.

The Reading School District had a two-hour delay Thursday morning. The city got only a few inches of snow, but it was a much different story in other areas of Berks.

The Huffs Church area ended up with 10.5 inches and skiers at nearby Bear Creek Mountain Resort in Longswamp Township are fine with that.

"Bear Creek, I love you guys," said Ryan Scollins, who was skiing with his friends from Doylestown. "It's looking pretty good so far. It's pretty fast compared to the fake snow."

From the slopes to a slippery slope in Boyertown, where melting snow resulted in streams of water trickling down the sidewalk along East Philadelphia Avenue.

It was all bearable for Jimmy, a little boy who spent the day in the snow with his mom.

Asked if he thought we got too much or too little snow, Jimmy said, "I think it was just fine."

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