Initial forecasts of Wednesday’s snow/cyclone in North Carolina had the brunt of the storm’s snowfall falling to the east of I-95, pummeling Wilmington and the Outer Banks.
That still may happen, but Sanford — which was supposed to receive anywhere from no snow to trace amounts — got a nice little storm starting around 5 p.m. (and still falling
two three four hours later as of this post).
Because of the record cold temperatures — which will stick around at least through the weekend — the snow is already crippling the roads in Lee County. The white stuff and the ice underneath it will be around a while.
Below are a few short videos we shot as the snowfall began. Please send us your shots on Facebook, and we’ll continue to update this page over the next few days.