Snow on Bear Wallow Mountain

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Black Ice2010-01-18
05:00:00
2010-01-18
10:00:00
Black ice resulted in numerous traffic accidents across the mountains and foothills of North Carolina. Several accidents involved injuries.

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Freezing Rain2010-01-21
09:00:00
2010-01-22
12:00:00
A very narrow corridor of freezing rain developed along the Blue Ridge escarpment during the morning, and continued off and on through the day. A light glaze of ice developed, mainly on elevated surfaces. However, a few vehicle accidents occurred in the northern mountains.

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Heavy Snow, Sleet, Freezing Rain2010-01-29
12:00:00
2010-01-30
15:00:00
A strong storm system tracking northeast from the Gulf of Mexico spread heavy snow and freezing rain into Central North Carolina the evening of January 29th. The snow continued into the morning hours of January 30th. Between 5 to 10 inches of snow blanketed areas along and north of Highway 64 with u...

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Freezing Rain2010-02-02
03:00:00
2010-02-02
10:00:00
A weak area of low pressure passed south of the region, spreading light rain across western North Carolina. Temperatures were cold enough for the precipitation to fall as light freezing rain over the northern mountains, and over a small part of the northwest piedmont, mainly in Davie County. The ma...

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Heavy Snow, Freezing Rain2010-02-04
19:00:00
2010-02-06
13:00:00
A strong low pressure system moved from the Gulf Coast to off the North Carolina coast. A secondary low moved west of North Carolina over Kentucky, bringing a nose of warm air in aloft. This led to a mixture of snow, sleet, freezing rain, and rain across northwest North Carolina, with many areas see...

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Snow, Wind2010-02-09
16:00:00
2010-02-11
06:00:00
Northwest flow behind a cold front produced numerous snow showers across the western mountains of North Carolina during the early morning hours. Snow began to quickly accumulate, and by late morning, snowfall ranged from an inch or so in the lower valleys, to as much as 4 inches in the higher elevat...

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Heavy Snow, Snow2010-02-12
15:00:00
2010-02-13
13:00:00
A rapidly moving coastal storm system along the North Carolina coast produced up to 4 to 5 inches of snow in the Coastal Plain, Sandhills and Piedmont. Around 2 to 3 inches of snow fell across the Northwest Piedmont and Triad. Due the weekend timing of the storm and lack of freezing rain impacts wer...

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Snow2010-02-15
06:00:00
2010-02-18
09:00:00
Scattered to numerous northwest flow snow showers developed on the evening of the 15th, and continued on and off for more than two days. Three-day totals varied widely across the area, depending upon terrain. While the lower elevations from Bryson City, to Waynesville and Sylva, to Asheville saw lit...

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Snow2010-02-24
19:00:00
2010-02-26
08:00:00
Northwest flow snow showers developed during the evening across the northern mountains, and continued along the Tennessee border through much of the 25th, with heavy snowfall accumulations reached across much of the area shortly after sunrise. Total accumulations ranged from only a couple of inches ...
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