ROANOKE, Va. – Fans of the cold and snow may very well have been refreshing the web page for Snowshoe Mountain's web cams last night and this morning.
At 9 p.m. Wednesday, Snowshoe tweeted with excitement that they were seeing flakes!
Cold and moist air rose up the mountain, allowing snow to develop. However, due to the wet and warm ground - not much was able to accumulate.
Meanwhile, we deal with cooler air and gusty winds for the rest of the day Thursday before calming down Friday.