Well, our first storm of 2011 has pulled away into New England, leaving us with sunny skies. The snow totals increased the further up the I-95 corridor you went. The storm was a quick hitter, with the snow falling for only 8-9 hours. Snow rates reached 2-3 inches per hour during the height of the storm, which accounted for most of the totals. At my house in Bucks County, I received a little under 8 inches of snow.
Here are some other snow totals:
1. Rocky Hill, Somerset County: 9.0 inches
2. Lawrenceville, Mercer County: 8.0 inches
3. Morrisville, Bucks County: 7.9 inches
4. King of Prussia, Montgomery County: 6.3 inches
5. Philadelphia: 5.2 inches
And here are some pictures in my backyard: