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Snowfall Amounts Reported by the National Weather Service

Posted December 2, 2000

— The following snow amounts were reported by the National Weather Service in Raleigh:

THESE REPORTS WERE RECEIVED BETWEEN 845 AM THROUGH 930 AM.

  • HALIFAX COUNTY...LIGHT SNOW....ACCUMULATING ON GRASSY AREAS
  • CUMBERLAND COUNTY...LIGHT TO MODERATE SNOW...ACCUMULATING ON GRASSY AREAS
  • WAYNE COUNTY...MODERATE SNOW 1 1/2 ON THE GROUND
  • WAKE COUNTY...WESTERN HALF...LIGHT TO MODERATE SNOW. EASTERN PORTIONS MODERATE SNOW. ACCUMULATING ON GRASSY AREAS AND ROADS. ABOUT 1/4 INCH ON THE GROUND. ABOUT AN INCH WAKE/JOHNSTON COUNTY LINE.
  • SAMPSON...LIGHT TO MODERATE SNOW NORTHERN END. MORE SLEET IN THE SOUTHERN END OF COUNTY. ROADS COVERED.
  • JOHNSTON...MODERATE SNOW. ONE INCH ON THE GROUND AT SMITHFIELD AND SLEET. SOME ROADS ICED OVER. VERY HAZARDOUS ROAD CONDITIONS IN AND AROUND SMITHFIELD AND SELMA.
  • WILSON...HEAVY SNOW. BRIDGES COVERED WITH SNOW. HIGHWAY 301 IN WILSON DOWN TO ONE LANE.
  • EDGECOMBE...MODERATE SNOW...ACCUMULATING ON ROADS ARE HAZARDOUS. 2 TO 3 INCHES ON THE GROUND IN ROCKY MOUNT...1 1/2 INCHES ON THE ROADS.
  • NASH...LIGHT SNOW. ACCUMULATING ON GRASSY AREAS...BRIDGES AND OVERPASSES. ROADS BECOMING HAZARDOUS.
  • FRANKLIN...VERY LIGHT SNOW.
  • WARREN...VERY LIGHT SNOW.
  • VANCE...HEAVY SNOW SOUTHERN END OF COUNTY.

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