EASTERN CAROLINA - Many parts of Eastern Carolina reported snow accumulation late Tuesday night into early Wednesday morning
In Pitt County as of midnight, Ayden saw almost an inch of snow and Greenville experienced about a quarter of an inch. About 1-and-a-half inches of snow fell in Stokes and an inch of snow was reported in Farmville.
In Lenoir County, Kinston reported about a quarter inch or snow. Further north, Snow Hill in Greene County experienced about half an inch.
New Bern saw similar amounts of snowfall.
Near the coast, residents reported snow dusting in Bayboro and Lowland in Pamlico County.
There were also some snowfall in Swansboro, Emerald Isle and the Bogue Banks beaches. But there was not much accumulation as of midnight.
The first snow hit the northwest corner of Eastern Carolina at about 8 p.m. Tuesday. By 3 a.m. Wednesday, the snowfall is expected to stop.
Due to the speed of the system, most areas will not see more than an inch of snow.
A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for all of Eastern Carolina except for Carteret and Outer Banks Hyde Counties. The Winter Weather Advisory will be in effect until 10 a.m. Wednesday
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