This snow will make its way into the top five March storms on record in Lancaster County, according to Millersville University meteorologist Eric Horst.
Around a foot fell in most parts of the county, with reports averaging from 11 to 15 inches and a few outlier reports on either side, Horst said Thursday.
Millersville got the most, with 17.5 inches of aggregate snow measured at the end of the two-day storm. The weather center uses National Weather Service protocol to measure snow.
Here are reports from around the county, according to Horst:
- Reinholds – 9″
- East Earl – 11″
- New Holland – 12″
- Manheim Twp – 12″
- Rothsville – 12″
- Bowmansville – 14″
- Conestoga – 15″
- Washington Boro – 16″
- MU – 17.5 (aggregate) but ~14″ snow depth
Nearly a foot of snow was measured at Lancaster Airport.