County Gets Several Inches of Snow
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Moore Countians woke this morning to another wintry weekend.
This time the area received snow, with four inches being recorded in Carthage, according to data compiled by the National Weather Service in Raleigh.
The largest snowfall totals occurred in the northern portion of Moore County. Seven Lakes (2.7 inches), Pinehurst (2.8), Aberdeen (3) and Southern Pines (3.4) all reported significant snow accumulations to the NWS.
Moore County was under a winter weather advisory from 5 p.m. Friday until 10 a.m. Saturday.
Readers share their snow photos. Between 2 and 4 inches of snow were reported to have fallen in various parts of Moore County on Friday and Saturday (Feb. 12-13).
Spring Road's Suicide Hill, the popular location for kids with sleds and other slidding devices when it snows, had little activity at 9:30 a.m.
Roadways were largely passable, with some slick spots on back roads and shaded areas.
High temperatures today are expected to reach 40. At 10 this morning the temperature hovered near freezing.
The snow may not stick around long, as daily high tempertures are expected to reach the lower to mid-40s the rest of the week, with sunny skies every day but Monday when there is a chance of rain.
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