Rainfall varied quite a lot around the region yesterday -- the city only picked up 0.37" at the Airport, with Blue Bell (0.15") and Doylestown (0.36") picking up even less than that. Rainfall was as high as nearly four inches with the storm system that moved through (Mount Pocono).
Lull #2 was from South Jersey north through Philly and into Bucks County before a third rainfall maxima lined up from near Hammonton north through Trenton and into Central Jersey. Rainfall at Trenton was over an inch and near two inches up in Somerset County.
The vast majority of this was from morning rains that moved through the region -- the rainfall in the two inch plus swath largely fell in the overnight hours Thursday into Friday before the swath of rain that moved through Philly during the morning hours.
The soaker is behind us -- and nice weather will be ahead for a while. Later this morning, we outline just how long it lasts!