So far the storm is on track to do pretty much what was expected, with most areas getting 3-6 inches so far with slightly lower amounts in northern sections and slightly higher amounts in Southeastern PA and Central NJ. where up to 10 inches was recorded.
Click here to view the snowfall totals from Eastern PA and NJ (excluding Northeastern NJ).
Click here to view the snowfall totals from Northeastern NJ, Southeastern NY State, NYC, Long Island, and Fairfield County, CT.
The snow will likely develop again early in the morning with another 1-2 inches in many places as another, weaker disturbance passes through our area.
Below is the latest snow map from the short-range American model for tomorrow morning, courtesy WeatherBell Analytics. Click on the image to enlarge.
More in the morning…
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