Light snow falls across North Carolina

  • Posted: Wednesday, November 13, 2013 9:23 a.m.

RALEIGH (AP) — Much of North Carolina got a dusting of snow.

The National Weather Service says light snow fell Tuesday and Tuesday night across much of the state. Wet flakes fell in Rowan County Tuesday evening.


Avery County had half-inch of snow near Beech Mountain. Parts of eastern Mecklenburg County also reported up to a half inch of snow briefly.

Trace amounts were reported elsewhere as far east as Fayetteville.

Cold temperatures were reported across much of the state early Wednesday. Temperatures ranged from 13 in Franklin to 39 at Cape Hatteras.

Cold temperatures are expected again Thursday morning before milder weather moves into the state.

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