NWS Updates Winter Storm Warning, Snow Continues To Fall at Steady Pace Wednesday Morning

Published Wednesday, November 27, 2013 at 11:25 am
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The snow plows are a sight for sore eyes during winter weather. Photo by Ken Ketchie

By Jesse Wood

Nov. 27, 2013. Everyone in the High Country woke up to snow after a drenching Tuesday, and the snow continues to fall at a steady pace on Wednesday morning.

The National Weather Service issued an updated-version of its Winter Storm Warning, noting that accumulation is two to four inches in the region with an isolated five to six inches at elevations over 3,500 feet. Winds continue to be swift at 15 to 30 mph with gusts up to 50 mph. Come tonight, the temperatures will drop to upper teens to lower 20s. This warning came in at 4:30 a.m. and expires at 6 p.m. tonight.

Here are some pictures from this morning. 

Downtown Boone on Wednesday morning. Photo by Ken Ketchie

Downtown Boone on Wednesday morning. Photo by Ken Ketchie

 

The intersection at Wendy's on Wednesday morning. Photo by Ken Ketchie

The intersection at Wendy’s on Wednesday morning. Photo by Ken Ketchie

 

It's still snowing plenty as of 10 a.m. on Wednesday. Photo by Ken Ketchie

Plowing the sidewalk in front of Troy’s Diner. Photo by Ken Ketchie

 

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N.C. 105 was slick on Wednesday morning. Photo by Ken Ketchie

 

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The secondary roads outside of Boone are covered with snow. Photo by Ken Ketchie

 

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