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These accumulations, measured in inches, were reported at 7 a.m. Thursday by Observer staffers:

Dilworth:4 inches in the 1600 block of Kenilworth, with a top layer of ice..

Matthews: 3.5 inches of snow with a hard ice layer on top in downtown Matthews, includes an estimated 1/4 inche of ice overnight.

North Meck: 4 inches in Cornelius, became more packed overnight.

South Charlotte: 6 inches in Ballantyne, with an inch of solid ice on top off Bryant Farms Road at Kingston Forest Dr. 4.0 inches on Roundabout Lane near Twilight Road in SouthPark.

University City: An average of 7 inches on Old Ironside Drive, near Newell.

West Charlotte: nearly 4 inches with an icy layer on top.

Gaston: 6 inches in the 5300 block of Old Course Drive, Cramerton.

Fort Mill: 7 inches in the 800 block of Victorian Way, still sleeting.

Cabarrus: 5.5 inches – seemingly flattened by a layer of ice from the 6.5 inches measured at 9 p.m. – on Landale Court NW, off Moreland Wood Trail in Concord.

Union: 5.5 inches in Stallings, with an estimated 1/10 inch ice on top.

Hickory: 7 inches on Skyline Road near Shiloh Church Road.

South Iredell: 5-6 inches at I-77 Exit 35 in Mooresville. 6 inches in the 300 block of Brawley School Road.

East Lincoln County: 4 inches with a thick layer of ice on top on Lake Shore Road South near 3 Wood Drive.

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