The highest snow totals were found from parts of Bucks County in Pennsylvania through parts of Mercer, Hunterdon, Morris, and Sussex counties in northern and western New Jersey, with totals as high as 14 to 24 inches in these areas.
For much of the rest of eastern Pennsylvania and western New Jersey, 6-12 inches of snow was the general rule.
Pockets of the Lehigh Valley from the cities of Allentown and Bethlehem through parts of Northampton County were closer to 3-6 inches, and then there was a sharp cutoff points west across Berks and Schuylkill counties.
In Berks County for example, eastern areas picked up over 10 inches of snow, while western parts saw only a few inches.
- - Police say victim in Easton attack stabbed at least five times
- - DA formulating plan to bring Esterly back to Pennsylvania
- - Public meeting scheduled on re-locating Nazareth polling location
- - Suspect offers Jehovah Witnesses a reading 'from the book of Kel-Tec'
- - Kevin Esterly to be extradited to Pennsylvania
- - Fmr. Lansford council president heads to Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition
- - ESU president apologizes to student stabbed on campus
- - Panther Valley High School on lockdown
- - Multiple crews battle large fire at former Trainers Inn in Carbon County
- - Coroner called to crash in West Penn Township
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