The snow storm hits Asheville

***UPDATED Thursday morning, Feb. 13. The city of Asheville has closed transit and many other services for a second day and discourages people from traveling unless absolutely necessary***

As snow falls over the Asheville area and locals brace for the impact, here’s a compilation of closings, advisories and other local news.

The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning through Thursday evening.

The city of Asheville has suspended transit and some other services, closed facilities and cancelled events for this afternoon and evening. The city closed all non-emergency offices at 4 p.m. Both Buncombe County and the city of Asheville have declared a state of emergency.

The city’s Snowmapper shows the order in which streets will get snow removal.

Here’s a list of local closings from WLOS.

The Asheville Citizen-Times has a list of local business closings.

For a list of rescheduled or postponed community events please search our tag “Cancelled or Postponed”.


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