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UPDATE: How Much Snow Did South Jersey Get Tuesday?

Numerous towns topped a foot of snow by Wednesday morning.

A snowdrift forms on the leeward side of a car during the storm Tuesday afternoon.
A snowdrift forms on the leeward side of a car during the storm Tuesday afternoon.

Portions of Camden, Gloucester and Burlington counties woke up to nearly 14 inches of snow, after Tuesday's storm finally blew itself out Wednesday morning.

Pennsauken in Camden County was the high spot in the region, coming in at 13.7 inches—just slightly more than the highest official total at Philadelphia International Airport, which hit 13.5 inches.

The National Weather Service's (NWS) Mount Holly office recorded 13 inches, and Cinnaminson hit 13.5.

Here are selected totals in inches reported through the morning from the NWS:

Burlington County:

  • Mount Holly—13
  • Florence—12.2
  • Mount Laurel—11.8
  • Marlton—10.2
  • Medford Lakes—8
  • Cinnaminson—13.5

Camden County:

  • Collingswood—12.8
  • Haddon Heights—12.3
  • Pennsauken—13.7
  • Stratford—10
  • Somerdale—8.7
  • Blackwood—9.5

Gloucester County:

  • National Park—13.5
  • West Deptford—13.6
  • Washington Township—10
  • Mantua—10

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