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Freezing Rain2009-12-08
19:00:00
2009-12-09
01:00:00
Freezing rain developed in some of the high valleys of the northern mountains during the evening. Ice accumulation was mainly confined to elevated surfaces. The freezing rain changed to rain soon after midnight.

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Freezing Rain2009-12-12
18:00:00
2009-12-13
03:00:00
Light freezing rain developed during the evening hours across the mountains and portions of the foothills and piedmont of North Carolina. Ice accretion was mainly limited to elevated surfaces.

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Heavy Snow, Snow2009-12-18
06:00:00
2009-12-19
13:00:00
A strengthening area of low pressure moved out of the Gulf of Mexico, across southern Georgia, and then up the southeast coast. As the low passed south of the region, snow became heavy across the southern and central mountains, as well as the Smokies and surrounding valleys late in the morning. Heav...

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Freezing Rain, Wind2009-12-24
23:00:00
2009-12-25
13:00:00
Light freezing rain developed late on Christmas Eve and continued throughout the overnight before becoming heavier shortly before sunrise. Light ice accretion occurred, mainly on elevated surfaces during this time. Quite a few slick spots also developed, mainly on bridges and overpasses. Freezing ra...

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Freezing Rain2009-12-30
19:00:00
2009-12-31
06:00:00
On New Year's Eve a period of light freezing rain resulted in light ice accumulations on elevated surface from the Triad east across the Virginia border counties north of Raleigh.

A light mix of sleet and snow developed over the mountains and foothills of western North Carolina during the...

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Snow2010-01-02
02:00:00
2010-01-02
13:00:00
A very cold and moist northwest flow resulted in the development of scattered to numerous snow showers across the Tennessee border counties, and the higher elevations of Buncombe County, during the early morning hours. The higher elevations along the Tennessee line saw 2 to 4 inches of powdery snow,...

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Snow2010-01-04
23:00:00
2010-01-06
00:00:00
Another round of very cold and moist northwest flow resulted in development of scattered to numerous snow showers across the western mountains overnight on the 4th. The showers persisted off and on through the day of the 5th. 24-hour snowfall totals of 1-4 inches were common across the area, with th...

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Snow2010-01-07
18:00:00
2010-01-08
17:00:00
A very cold and moist northwest flow resulted in development of scattered to numerous snow showers across the western mountains during the evening of the 7th. The snow showers continued across much of the Tennessee border counties through the day on the 8th, with heavy accumulations reached in some ...

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Snow2010-01-09
18:00:00
2010-01-10
04:00:00
A very cold and moist northwest flow resulted in development of scattered to numerous snow showers across the western mountains during the evening of the 9th, continuing into the 10th. Total snowfall accumulations were highly variable across the area, ranging from trace amounts in the valleys beneat...

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Snow, Freezing Rain2010-01-12
05:00:00
2010-01-12
12:00:00
Snow showers developed across the western mountains during the early morning hours. In some areas, the snow changed to freezing drizzle, resulting in extremely slick roads, especially in the Asheville and Weaverville areas. Hundreds of vehicle accidents occurred during the morning rush. Accumulation...
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