Snowfall Totals: Here are the latest snow amounts in our region from the nor'easter

The Jersey shore took the brunt of the weekend storm.

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Heavy snow blankets the Philadelphia region
Heavy snow blankets the Philadelphia region. Here's the latest from Action News at 6 p.m. on Jan. 29, 2022.

PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) -- The nor'easter that hit Friday night and into Saturday brought some impressive snowfall totals.

The National Weather Service has been collecting measurements from trained spotters and public reports all day long from across the Philadelphia region, including counties in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware.

The Jersey shore took the brunt of this storm. By mid-morning Saturday some communities were already reporting more than a foot of snow.

Even though the biggest impact was along the coast, the storm brought heavy snow throughout most of the Delaware Valley.

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It was a fun-filled day in the snow across the Philadelphia region.

Some parts of Philadelphia had more than six inches of snow. Southern Delaware was also being hit hard, with at least one community reporting a foot of snow.

Local communities with more than a foot of snow far include:


Atlantic County

Smithville: 16.1 in

Atlantic City Int'l: 16.0 in

Northfield: 15.0 in

Galloway Twp: 14.0 in

Absecon: 18.5 in

Egg Harbor City: 12.6 in

Egg Harbor Twp: 19.0 in

Estell Manor: 12.5 in

Northfield: 15.0 in

Mays Landing 14.0

Cape May County

Ocean City 15.5 in

Sea Isle City: 14.8 in

Marmora: 14.0 in

Lower Twp: 13.0 in

Cape May Court House: 13.0 in

Erma: 13.0 in

Lower Twp: 13.0 in

Goshen: 14.0 in

Ocean County

Bayville 21.0 in

Little Egg Harbor Twp. 15.0

Forked River 17.0 in

Manahawkin 16.0 in

Toms River 16.0 in

Tuckerton 16.0 in

Lanoka Harbor 15.0 in

Brick 16.8 in

Whiting 13.0 in


Sussex County

Millsboro: 13.0 in

Frankford: 12.5 in

Millville: 12.5 in

Lewes: 12.0 in

Harbeson: 12.0 in

Check here for the full list of current snowfall totals from the NWS.