For the second time in less than a week, a winter storm dumped several inches of snow across our area. In fact, parts of our area saw double-digit accumulations. The largest being in Chalfont (Bucks County) where 10" of snow fell. 

It started briefly as rain in the early hours of daylight Sunday morning before quickly changing over to heavy wet snow, as temperatures remained near freezing.

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Before tapering off by 4 pm across Central Jersey, the Jersey Shore, and Eastern Pennsylvania, the storm dumped more than a half-foot of snow across our area.

Chalfont Bucks County reported a whopping 10" of accumulation during the fast-hitting Sunday storm. In Mercer County, totals were closer to 6".

Here’s a breakdown of totals across our area:

MERCER COUNTY

Hopewell: 6.0"
Lawrenceville: 5.1"
Ewing: 4.9"
Mercerville: 3.5"

BURLINGTON COUNTY

Medford: 4.9"
Burlington: 4.0"
Moorestown: 4.0"
Marlton: 3.5"
Delran: 3.0"

BUCKS COUNTY

Chalfont: 10"
Pipersville: 10"
Hilltown: 8.4"
Buckingham: 8.2"
Doylestown: 7.6"
Furlong: 7.4"
Plumstead Township: 7.1"
Warminster: 6.8"
Perkasie: 6.3"
Langhorne: 5.8"

MONTGOMERY COUNTY

Landsdale: 9.0"
Royersford: 8.0"
Norristown: 7.7"
Upper Dublin Township: 7.4"
Willow Grove: 7.3"
Harleysville: 7.0"
Horsham: 7.0"

PHILADELPHIA

Chestnut Hill: 6.0"

MIDDLESEX COUNTY

Iselin: 8"
South Plainfield: 6.0"
Woodbridge: 6.0"
East Brunswick: 5.0"
Edison: 5.0"

SOMERSET COUNTY

Bedminster: 8.1"
Warren: 8.0"
Manville: 6.5"
North Plainfield: 6.3"
Bridgewater: 6.0"

CAMDEN COUNTY

Cherry Hill: 4.8"
Lindwold: 3.2"
Berlin: 3.0"

HUNTERDON COUNTY

White House Station: 7.0"
Flemington: 6.0"
Lambertville: 6.0"
Raritan: 5.8"

GLOUCESTER COUNTY

Washington Township: 2.4"

MIDDLESEX COUNTY

Iselin: 8"
South Plainfield: 6.0"
Woodbridge: 6.0"
East Brunswick: 5.0"
Edison: 5.0"

MONMOUTH COUNTY

Freehold: 5.4"
Aberdeen: 4.5"

OCEAN COUNTY

Jackson: 4.8"
Lacey: 3.5"
Toms River: 3"

Winter may not be ending anytime soon. 94.5 PST's Chief Meteorologist Dan Zarrow cautions that more snow could be coming as soon as this week.

In the meantime, if you haven't shoveled your car out tonight, you may want to do that immediately. Rapidly falling temperatures will cause for aflash freeze making it tough for any snow to be moved around overnight and early on Monday.

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