Here are preliminary snowfall and ice accumulation totals from this week’s winter storm. These figures were reported by National Weather Service offices in Greer, S.C.; Columbia; Raleigh; and Blacksburg, Va. The totals might vary in some counties because of multiple reports:
Mecklenburg ... 7.6-10 inches (official measurement at Charlotte Douglas International Airport is 7.6 inches from the storm, plus 1 inch from Tuesday’s storm). The 10-inch total came from northeast Charlotte
Alexander County ... 7 inches
Anson County ... 6 inches
Avery County ... 9-11 inches
Burke County ... 9-12 inches
Cabarrus County ... 8.5-9.5 inches
Caldwell County ... 8 inches
Catawba County ... 8-10 inches
Chester (S.C.) County ... 4-5 inches
Chesterfield (S.C.) County ... 5-6 inches
Cleveland County ... 7-10.5 inches (heaviest in Kings Mountain)
Gaston County ... 8.5-11 inches (8.5 inches from Belmont; 11 inches from northern part of county)
Iredell County ... 12-17.5 inches (12 inches from Mooresville; 17.5 inches from Union Grove area)
Lancaster County ... 6-8 inches
Lincoln County ... 10.5-14 inches (10.5 inches from Lincolnton; 14 inches from eastern part of county)
Montgomery County ... 4 inches
Richmond County ... 6 inches
Rowan County ... 8-10 inches
Rutherford County ... 10 inches
Stanly County ... 5-6 inches
Union County ... 8-9 inches
York (S.C.) County ... 7-10 inches
Charlotte ... 0.25 inches (south of Center City)
Anson County ... 0.3 inches
Chester (S.C.) County ... 0.25 inches
Chesterfield (S.C.) County ... 0.4 inches
Lancaster (S.C.) County ... 0.5 inches
Richmond County ... 0.15-0.25 inches
Union County ... 0.1-0.2 inches
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