If this is the same storm I'm remembering, I remember it very well. Was only 10 at the time and my family was living in Harrisburg, but we visited my grandparents who lived in New Providence (outside Lancaster). They were without power for many days and travel was impossible. By the time the roads were plowed and we could visit, people were driving around with flags tied to their car antennas so you could see them at intersections - which blew my young mind at the time. It was the first really big snowfall I'd ever seen and it left a lasting impression.
My fondest memory was you could walk on top of the snow, if careful. But when you broke through the crust you were pretty much stuck and had to carefully slide back up onto the crust to be able to get anywhere. The snow was so deep and the crust so hard that you could build tunnels without needing to find a snow pile. Haha...it was great!
I can't recall how much snow they actually got. Somewhere around 3 feet sticks in my mind. However, I think that's only how much was still on the ground by the time we got there. Some had melted and it had settled a lot by the time we visited.