Finally Snowmageddon Begins, ASU Clears Out

Published Wednesday, February 12, 2014 at 1:52 pm
Photo by Ken Ketchie

A young woman walks through campus as the snow arrives in Boone at lunchtime on Wednesday. Photo by Ken Ketchie

By Jesse Wood

Feb. 12, 2014. It finally started snowing in Boone at about the same time ASU closed at noon. On Tuesday, the National Weather Service forecasted that the snow would begin falling at about 7 a.m. in Watauga County, and then the onset time for snow was pushed back to 9 a.m.

With no snow leading into lunchtime, people in town were beginning to wonder if the storm was coming to the High Country at all. As it stands the snow has been falling for about two hours now and the winter storm warning doesn’t expire until tomorrow evening. It’s possible that all areas of the High Country receive 10-plus inches of snow. 

Check out Ray’s Weather Center for excellent, detailed reports in just about all corners of Northwestern North Carolina.

Check out forecasted snowfall accumulation map from Ray’s Weather Center below. 

Source: Ray's Weather

Source: Ray’s Weather




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