Snowfall totals are beginning to come in from western North Carolina, and almost a half foot has fallen in some areas, in response to the National Weather Service.
That’s nonetheless quick of the 8 to 10 inches forecast for the excessive ridges, however winter climate warnings, watches and advisories stay in impact till midnight on Friday, Jan. 8, and snow remains to be falling.
Here are the studies as of 11 a.m.:
The Charlotte area has but to see snow, although forecasters say something from a hint to 2 inches is feasible by the top of the day on Friday. Of far higher concern is the chance the rain, sleet and snow will refreeze, ensuing in hazardous highway situations.
Images of heavy snow started displaying up earlier than daybreak on Twitter, Facebook and YouTube. Here are examples: