Here is the latest information on snowfall totals, road conditions and closures in counties across the area:

MECKLENBURG: Snowfall ranges from 2 to 4 inches. Main roads are slushy and snow-covered, with some travel lanes open on I-77, I-85, I-485 and Independence Boulevard.

All public and private schools are closed. CPCC, UNC Charlotte, Johnson & Wales University and Johnson C. Smith University also closed.

County courts are closed, as is Mecklenburg County government. Other government offices closed: Charlotte, Huntersville and Cornelius.

A tax revaluation meeting scheduled tonight in Cornelius has been canceled.

Other closures include the Nature Museum, Discovery Place, the Internal Revenue Service, the Levine Museum of the New South, Matthews Park and Recreation activities, and all branches of the YMCA

Trash collection probably will not happen in any towns today.

ANSON COUNTY: 2 inches of snow. U.S. 74 is snow-covered but passable. Secondary roads are treacherous, and travel is discouraged. Crews have begun using plows on the roads.

Schools are closed. Superior Court closed. District Court officials had planned to open late but decided to remain closed. The Employment Security Commission also is closed.

ALEXANDER:2-3 inches of snow. Roads getting worse.

Schools closed. YMCA closed.

BURKE: 2-3 inches. I-40 has one lane passable in each direction. Conditions worse on other roads.

Schools closed. County government opening two hours late. Hildebran town offices are closed.

CABARRUS: 4-5 inches. I-85 has one lane passable in each direction, does U.S. 601. Conditions worse on other roads.

Schools closed.

The Cannon Memorial YMCA is closed.

CALDWELL: 3 inches. Roads bad. Considering the conditions, we've been lucky, an emergency communications dispatcher said.

Schools closed. Caldwell Community College closed.

CATAWBA: 2-3 inches. I-40 passable, and other major highways are passable but treacherous.

Schools (Catawba County, Hickory City and Newton-Conover) are closed, as is Catawba Valley Community College.

Courts closed. County government opening two hours late.

Valley Hills Mall plans to open at noon.

CHESTER (S.C.): 3-4 inches. I-77 has one lane open in each direction. More heavy snow falling at 8 a.m.

Schools closed. Chester city offices closed.

CHESTERFIELD (S.C.): 3 inches. Roads are very bad, and travel is discouraged.

Schools closed.

CLEVELAND: 4-5 inches. I-85 passable but in bad shape. Other roads are worse.

Schools closed. Cleveland Community College closed.

Kings Mountain city offices closed. Courts closed.

GASTON: 4-6 inches, with a measurement of 5.5 inches near Gastonia. I-85 passable, with one lane cleared in each direction. Same for U.S. 74 and U.S. 321. A dispatcher for emergency communications says there have been a number of minor wrecks.

Schools closed. Belmont Abbey College closed.

Courts closed. Government offices closed. Cramerton town offices closed.

Cherryville YMCA closed. Daniel Stowe Botanical Gardens closed. Head Start program not operating.

IREDELL: Ranges from3 inches near Statesville to 4 inches near Lake Norman. I-77 in bad shape. I-40 has one lane passable in each direction, as does U.S. 70. Other roads treacherous.

Iredell-Statesville and Mooresville Graded school systems closed. NASCAR Tech has cancelled morning classes.

County government offices closed.

LANCASTER (S.C.): 3 inches, with more falling at 8 a.m. Roads in bad shape, mostly snow-covered.

Schools closed. USC-Lancaster closed.

County government offices closed. Lancaster city offices closed.

LINCOLN: 3 inches measured in the Westport community. Roads mostly snow-covered, but one lane open in each direction on U.S. 321.

Government offices closed. YMCA closed. Courts closed.

Schools (including Lincoln Charter) closed.

McDOWELL: 2 inches. Roads getting slippery.

Schools closed.

MONTGOMERY: 3 inches, with more falling. Roads snow-covered.

Schools closed. Montgomery Community College closed.

County government offices closed.

RICHMOND: 2-3 inches. U.S. 74 is snow-covered, but some lanes are passable. Other roads treacherous.

Schools closed. Richmond Community College closed.

Government offices opening two hours late.

Employment Security Commission offices closed.

ROWAN: 3 inches measured at Enochsville, in southwest part of county. I-85 passable, Main roads mostly snow-covered but passable. The N.C. Highway Patrol says a number of motorists have slid off roads.

Schools closed. Livingstone College closed.

Courts closed. Salisbury city offices open one hour late.

Transit system not operating. YMCA closed. Salisbury Mall closed.

RUTHERFORD: 4-5 inches. Roads snow-covered, and travel is discouraged.

Schools closed.

STANLY: 3-4 inches. Roads snow-covered and in bad shape.

Schools closed. Stanly Community College closed.

Courts closed. YMCA closed.

UNION: 3 inches. Roads snow-covered, but one lane open in each direction on U.S. 74 and on U.S. 601 south of Monroe.

Schools closed.

Courts closed. Indian Trail town offices closed.

Employment Security Commission closed.

WATAUGA: 1 inch. Roads hazardous.

Schools closed.

YORK: 3-4 inches. I-77 has one lane open in each direction, but other roads are snow-covered. People need to consider staying home, said Cotton Howell, director of emergency management for the county.

Schools closed. Winthrop University closed.

Library system closed. Government offices closed.


Asheville area: From 7-10 inches of snow has been reported. Roads are snow-covered and most schools and government offices are closed.

Columbia area: 4-5 inches. Roads snow-covered and slippery. Schools and government offices closed.

Florence, Fayetteville: 4-6 inches in areas that normally don't get much snow. Roads impassable in some areas, and travel is discouraged.

Myrtle Beach, Wilmington: Rain fell in Myrtle Beach, but 1-2 inches of snow is reported in Wilmington and at the beaches. Roads are slippery and dangerous in all counties except Horry (within 5-7 miles of the beach), Georgetown and coastal Brunswick.

Charleston: Freezing rain has fallen, but no major problems are reported.

Raleigh-Durham: Precipitation from the storm system has stayed to the south of the Triangle, so conditions are fine.

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