Digging out: Snow totals around WNC

Now that the skies have cleared, it seems safe to tally the official snow totals left in the wake of last weekend’s history-making storm. With a total of 10 inches of snow, Asheville broke its 1969 Christmas Day record of 9.4 inches.

Here’s a look at some of the snow totals from around Western North Carolina (Saturday through Monday morning), as compiled by Rays Weather Center:

Asheville 10”
Bakersville 15”
Beech Mtn 14”
Blowing Rock 9.5”
Boone 9”
Buck Mtn 16”
Buladean 17”
Cove Creek Ridge 19”
Fleetwood 5”
Green Mtn (NW of Bakerville) 20”
Max Patch (Haywood Co) 24”-28”
Marshall 8”-10”
Stone Mtn (Bethel) 14”-15”
Spruce Pine 13”-15”
Sugar Mtn 17”
Waynesville 9”-12”
Weaverville 13” – 15.5”
Wolf Laurel 16”

Xmas Snow storm 2010

Xmas Snow storm 2010
Photos by Jake Frankel and Dana Frankel

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