|Appalachian Snow This Morning|
|Burkes Garden, VA||2.0|
|Mars Hill, NC||2.0|
|Mt. Mitchell, NC||2.0|
|Flat Springs, NC||1.4|
|Black Mountain, NC||1.0|
|Banner Elk, NC||1.0|
5:45 pm Tuesday:
Here's something for y'all to chew on, snow totals for the Virginia and North Carolina mountains from this morning. These are just examples, a lot more places had at least a coating that are listed above, and I got reports of flurries from a few readers in North Georgia. Let me know if you live outside the general area outlined in the table but you had a significant accumulation (I know there must have been some accumulations in Tennessee, but I don't see any reports of them). I'd like to hear if anyone in the Carolina or Virginia foothills saw any flurries; I haven't seen any reports, but some radar echoes survived over the mountains this morning. Even better, you can report your snow totals in SnowMatrix, run by fellow UNC-Asheville alumnus and fellow blogger Jesse Ferrell (Premium)(Pro). Also, I have seen reports of up to 4 inches in West Virginia.
Oh, and I saw reports of snow and sleet mixing in with the rain in southeastern Virginia yesterday evening, but I didn't see any reports of accumulations there.
I appreciate all the pictures that were sent to me by various fans of the snow; I'd love to share them with the rest of my readers, but I cannot unless you put them in the Photo Gallery.
I'll have a temperature comparison (today's highs compared to usual January highs) up after while, and I'll put a video up here later this evening.
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Parts of the South will see snow through this weekend!
Colder air is heading south, enjoy the warmth while it lasts.
We stay warm through this weekend but a turn to mid-winter cold is coming for most next week.