Winter weather brings surprising snow totals across ENC

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Wednesday night's winter storm left snow in many areas across Eastern North Carolina. The areas with the most snow might surprise you.

The snow started falling in areas such as Greensboro and Raleigh early Wednesday morning.

It moved through Eastern NC rather quickly, with the system out of here by 2 a.m. Thursday. NewsChannel 12 meteorologists predicted that residents could have seen anywhere from a dusting to as much as 2-3 inches along the coast.


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The latest snow totals

According to the National Weather Service, North Carolina saw close to 10 inches in some areas. Here is a list of all of the current snowfall totals:

Beaufort County

  • Aurora: Up to 6.3 inches
  • Pantego: Up to 5.9 inches
  • Belhaven: 4 inches
  • Washington: Up to 1 inch
  • Cox Crossing: Less than one inch

Carteret County

  • Harkers Island: Up to 3.2 inches
  • Smyrna: 3 inches
  • Otway: 3 inches
  • Newport: Up to 2.4 inches
  • Merrimon: 2 inches
  • Williston: 2 inches
  • Cape Carteret: 2 inches
  • Cedar Point: 1.5 inches
  • Morehead City: 1 inch
  • Pine Knoll Shores: 1 inch
  • Cape Carteret: 1 inch
  • Bogue: Less than one inch

Craven County

  • Cove City: 1.6 inches
  • Bridgeton: 1.3 inches
  • James City: Up to 1.2 inches
  • Trent Woods: Up to 1.2 inches
  • Perrytown: 1 inch
  • New Bern: Less than one inch
  • River Bend: Less than one inch
  • Coastal Carolina Region: Less than one inch
  • Fort Barnell: Less than one inch

Dare County

  • Roanoke Island Festival: Up to 9.9 inches
  • Southern Shores: Up to 9.5 inches
  • Nags Head: 7.5 inches
  • Rodanthe: Up to 6 inches
  • Frisco: Up to 2.5 inches
  • Buxton: 2 inches

Greene County

  • Hookerton: Less than one inch

Hyde County

  • Ocracoke Village: 7.5 inches
  • Sladesville: 4.5 inches

Lenoir County

  • Kinston: Less than one inch

Martin County

  • Robersonville: 2 inches

Onslow County

  • Verona: 2 inches
  • Pumpkin Center: Up to 2 inches
  • Swansboro: Up to 1.5 inches
  • Jacksonville: 1 inch
  • Half Moon: Less than one inch

Pamlico County

  • Lowland: 4.5 inches

Pitt County

  • Winterville: Up to one inch
  • Greenville: 1 inch
  • Falkland: Less than one inch
  • Simpson: Less than one inch
  • Fountain: Less than one inch

Tyrrell County

  • Gum Neck: 7.8 inches

Washington County

  • Plymouth: 4 inches

Thursday will be sunny with highs between 38-43, warm enough to melt most, if not all, of the snow that fell overnight.

All local schools decided to close for the day. For more information, you can go to our Closings and Delays page for the latest information as we get it. Also, check our our weather page for the latest information, including a detailed forecast of what happened overnight and what we can expect moving forward.

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