The storm scheduled to hit our region Sunday and Monday was much-hyped. The Weather Channel named it “Titan.” philly.com’s John Bolaris was pretty sure this would be the area’s biggest March snowfall ever.
At times, meteorologists were calling for a hefty 8 to 12 inches of snow for eastern Pennsylvania.
Multiple school districts in the Philadelphia region cancelled Monday classes on Sunday night.
In the end, “Titan” was kind of a dud, as winter storms go.
Though multiple people reported to Patch that area roads were slick Monday morning, most areas received only a dusting of snow.
The storm was so inconsequential in the Lehigh Valley that the National Weather Service didn’t activate spotter services, and recorded no official snowfall totals for the area.
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