Laurel Springs Landscape

Winter Weather - Winter Storm Database

Snow, Wind
Started: February 9, 2010 at 4 pm EST
Ended: February 11, 2010 at 6 am EST
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 elevations along the Tennessee border. Snow showers continued off and on throughout the 10th, before tapering off late in the evening. Total snowfall ranged from 3 inches in some of the lower valleys, to as much as 10 inches in the higher elevations. Gusty winds of 30 to 40 mph produced significant blowing and drifting snow, with snow drifts as high as 2 feet reported in some areas.
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