Snowfall Totals: Snowfall Totals New Jersey: Snow Accumulation Totals

Snowfall Totals: Snowfall Totals New Jersey: Snow Accumulation Totals – A century-old snowfall record could be broken this weekend in southern and western New Jersey, with at least a foot of snow expected with totals up to 20 inches by Sunday.

By dawn Sunday, snow accumulation could approach the century-old record of 21 inches that fell on December 27, 1909, according to the National Weather Service.The agency said 1 to 3 inches was already on the ground in some southern areas. By the storm passes, the storm is likely to make the list of all-time top 10 snowstorms on record, they reported.

Snowfall Totals New Jersey

Atco, 24.0 inches
Medford, 24.0
Swedesboro, 22.0
Toms River, 21.0
Tabernacle, 21.0
Atlantic City Airport, 11.6
North Cape May, 6.5

Snowfall Totals Delaware

Blackbird, 17.7 inches
New Castle Airport, 17 inches as of 1 a.m.
Dover, 16.2
Wilmington, 14
Harrington, 13.7
Glasgow, 13.5
Hockessin 13.3
Viola, 12.3
Ellendale, 8.6
Bridgeville, 7.2
Stockley, 5.4
Laurel, 4.1
Frankford, 4.1
Selbyville, 0.6

Snowfall Totals Maryland

Colora, 17.2 inches

Snowfall Totals Pennsylvania

Philadelphia International Airport, 22.9 inches
West Caln, 19.3
Folcroft, 19.0
Upper Chichester, 18.0
Clifton Heights, 16.7
Wynnewood, 16.5
West Chester, 15.4
Philadelphia, 14.8
King of Prussia, 14.2
Allentown, 5.6

By Sunday morning, one runway at Dulles International Airport was open, handling arriving flights, airport spokeswoman Tara Hamilton. At Reagan National, crews were still “moving the huge quantities of snow” dumped on the area, and Hamilton said the airport should be opening for business by midmorning.

The last time New Jersey saw a foot or more of snow was February 2006, when a President’s Day weekend storm socked the state.

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