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Socked with snow: Pa. running well above normal

February 4, 2014
Associated Press

Pennsylvania has already endured an unusually harsh winter, with locations throughout the state running well above their seasonal snowfall averages.

Here's a look at select cities and towns, including how much snow they got from Monday's storm, how much they've received so far this winter, and what they should've expected in a typical year:

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Philadelphia:

Monday: 3.5 inches

Season to date: 40.6

Normal to date: 11.3

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Pittsburgh:

Monday: 0.0

Season to date: 42.5

Normal to date: 23.8

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Allentown:

Monday: 9.3 (record for date)

Season to date: 39.5

Normal to date: 17.2

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Erie:

Monday: 0.4

Season to date: 94

Normal to date: 65.7

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Scranton:

Monday: 3.2 (record for date)

Season to date: 29.7

Normal to date: 25.7

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Harrisburg:

Monday: 6.5

Season to date: 27.5

Normal to date: 14.5

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Altoona:

Monday: 4.7

Season to date: 30.4

Normal to date: 17.8

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Williamsport:

Monday: 2.3

Season to date: 26.5

Normal to date: 19.2

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Source: National Weather Service

 
 

 

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