UPDATED: Widespread 2 to 4 inch snow totals for inland areas; less on the coast

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Snowfall Totals

Here are updated snow totals from the National Weather Service:

Kinston - 3.7"
Vanceboro - 3.7"
Bath - 3.6"
Farmville - 3.6"
Grifton - 3.5"
Washington - 3.5"
Bear Grass - 3.3"
Hamilton - 3.3"
Jamesville - 3.3"
Ayden - 3.2"
Bethel - 3.2"
Pinetown - 3.2"
Snow Hill - 3.2"
Greenville - 3.1"
Dover - 3.0"
Plymouth - 2.5"
Belhaven - 2.4"
Aurora - 2.3"
Pamlico Beach - 2.3"
Pink Hill - 1.8"
Faison - 1.6"
Warsaw - 1.6"
New Bern - 1.5"
Magnolia - 1.4"
Beulaville - 1.3"
Alliance - 1.2"
Pollocksville - 1.2"
Richlands - 1.2"
Maysville - 0.09"
Jacksonville - 0.8"
Creswell - 0.5"
Havelock - 0.5'


Previous totals:

Vanceboro: 3.7"
Kinston: 3.9"
Bath: 2.8"
Chocowinity: 3"
Ft. Barnwell: 2"
Farmville 3.8"
Winterville: 3.0"
Simpson: 2.5"
Greenville: 2.5"
New Bern 2.0"
James City 1.5"
Williamston 3.5"
Snow Hill 3.0"
Ayden/Grifton 3.5"
Cayton 3.5"
Bowdens 1.5"
Jacksonville 1"
Deep Run 1"

Highs will reach the mid 30s later this afternoon, but breaks of sunshine will help melt some of the snow. Any snow that doesn't melt today will stick around overnight through Saturday morning. Lows tonight will be in the lower 20s. Saturday's temps will reach the low 50s, melting the rest of the leftover snow.

Strong northerly winds will continue along the coast today and rough seas and coastal flooding is likely. The southern shores of the Pamlico Sound as well as the Neuse river basin from New Bern southward can expect water levels rise of 1 to 2 feet above normal.