Photos: Snow Comes Down from W.Va. to NJ

By Grace Muller, AccuWeather.com Staff Writer
November 30, 2012; 5:23 AM ET
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Photos: Snow Comes Down from W.Va. to N.J.

Snow fell in West Virginia, Pennsylvania and New Jersey on Tuesday morning, with some areas getting up to 4 inches of snow and counting.

Storified by Accu Weather · Tue, Nov 27 2012 10:42:57

Snow fell in West Virginia, Pennsylvania and New Jersey on Tuesday morning, with some areas getting up to 4 inches of snow and counting.
@accuweather snow Little Ferry NJ http://pic.twitter.com/JK5YJcLhTheRealChrisSmith

Read the latest information about the snow in the AccuWeather live blog:

Morning Slick Roads Due to Snow: Live BlogMorning Slick Roads Due to Snow: Live Blog A fast-moving storm system will put down a quick 1-3" of fresh snow from West Virginia to the ...

Snow totals, so far:

Glenmore, Pa., 4.3"
Summit Hill, Pa., 3.5"
Albrightsville, Pa., 3.0"
Pocono Summit, Pa., 2.0"
Graterford, Pa., 1.2"
Glenmoore, Pa., 1.8"
Newton, N.J., 1.5"
Wantage, N.J., 1.0"
Snow so far in NJ:Wantage: 2"Newton: 1.5"Rockaway: 1.3"Flemington: 0.8"Jeff Smith
Initial #snow totals: Schnecksville, PA: 1.8", Furlong: 1", Skippack, PA: 2.0", #Philly: Trace @cbs3_wxKatie Fehlinger

Initial snow depth maps:

see map for snow totals from this storm. generally 1-3" #wvwx #pawx, #mdwx http://pic.twitter.com/rBBcJoKENWS Pittsburgh
Noaa

Snow pictures:

@accuweather @breakingweather Snow covered trees in Tamaqua, PA. Total Snow: 2.4" http://pic.twitter.com/JpuVX4BORyan Fannock
Monsey NY snow all day so far. @WSJweather @accuweather @NWSNewYorkNY http://twitpic.com/bgzbgtBreaking/news/wx
@katebilo The snow is really coming down in Newtown http://pic.twitter.com/o7OnDl3hWOW
Winter wonderland in Montclair, NJ #NjWx @accuweather @weatherchannel http://pic.twitter.com/Gqa7fw0iDonovan Clinton
Pic from my dad in Phoenixville - talk about a winter wonderland!!! http://pic.twitter.com/rAAvIYuVKate Bilo CBS3
@accuweather @breakingweather Snow covered roads in Tamaqua, PA. Total Snow: 2.4" http://pic.twitter.com/wAFJYcfIRyan Fannock
Snowy Scranton day! http://pic.twitter.com/9bNyJgZjScranton Admissions
Sucks for you guys! #construction #snow #Mansfield #TheyDeserveIt http://pic.twitter.com/cpPcEa1VMcKenzi David
http://yfrog.com/esqoqbtjj Snow this morning at AccuWeather hqEvan Duffey
Another P-Ville pic: http://pic.twitter.com/JdII4wTAKate Bilo CBS3
@accuweather @breakingweather Snow covered trees in Tamaqua, PA. Total Snow: 2.4" http://pic.twitter.com/JpuVX4BORyan Fannock
This is what I see when I wake up! #mansfield #wtf http://pic.twitter.com/YKBulJrNCody Carlson
@accuweather here is a pic! Seems like the rain and snow line are fighting as it is now raining again http://pic.twitter.com/4Cv1pE34Brian Sloane

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