Saturday morning....

>> Saturday, February 13, 2010




Our snow event has ended, and altogether, the system behaved as expected. The Triad itself got between 1" and 2" in most instances, with heavier amounts in southern sections. Troy reported 5." Amounts were lightest in the Virginia border counties.

Much of the Charlotte region received between 2-3" with heavier amounts occurring when you got further east and south.

Columbia, SC reported 7," and numerous spots up and down the Carolina coast received 3"-5"....very impressive.

Today, sunshine will help out with the road conditions, but it will be cold and breezy with highs in the upper 30s to around 40.

A frigid night is on tap tonight with lows in the lower 20s...maybe even some upper teens in spots. Any liquid remaining on the roads will quickly re-freeze, so watch out for slick spots on roads later tonight and tomorrow morning.

Our next system will roll in by Monday morning. At this point, that system looks like a rain and snow mixture....we will see.

7 comments:

Anonymous 7:21 AM  

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Dwayne 8:59 AM  

The Hickory area got a little more than your map shows. Totals ranged from 4 to 5 inches around Hickory.

Killer 12:47 PM  

I ended up around 5 inches here in South Gastonia!

Anonymous 12:50 PM  

We got 4inches in South Charlotte

Matthew East 1:10 PM  

Thanks for the updates. That map I drew was just a rough estimation based on the reports I had received received as of 5:30am.

The texture difference in today's snow and the snow a couple of weeks ago is amazing....

Anonymous 6:36 PM  

If you all want we (up here in Pennslyvannia) can send you all down a couple of inches! We are running out of room to put all the snow.

Matthew East 5:40 AM  

Send it on down!

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