BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Parts of Maryland saw more than a foot of snow as a multi-day system dropped fresh flakes up and down the East Coast.

The highest snow total reported as of Monday night was 20.5 inches in Sabillasville in Frederick County. Thurmont, also in Frederick County, saw more than a foot — 13.2 inches.

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In western Maryland, Frostburg saw nine inches and Deer Park in Garrett County recorded 14.8.

Other areas closer to Baltimore saw around half as much snow; Reisterstown and Manchester both reported six inches and Westminster saw 4.5.

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Areas to the south and east saw even less snow accumulation; Bethesda reported just three inches and Pasadena 2.3.

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Chelsea Ingram