Snow on the Outer Banks of North Carolina
An event that typically happens only once or twice a year, there is about an inch of snow on the ground on the Outer Banks of North Carolina
this morning. Since we don't really have any local salt trucks in the area, most Dare County schools are closed and many small restaurants and shops won't be opening their doors for business.
Although no more snow is expected today, the forecast calls for continued wind gusts of up to 30 mph and temperatures that won't eclipse a 30 degree threshold until Thursday afternoon. That means there should be snow on the ground till at least tomorrow morning.
Here's a few photos we took this morning from several Outer Banks towns and along with the snowy pictures, there is a video of 7 to 9 foot waves crashing into Jennette's Pier at 8:00 a.m.
A snowy public beach access walkway in Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina.
The fluffy white flakes combined with sand and sea oats created a gorgeous scene this morning at Jennette's Pier
in Nags Head.
Snow covering the beach grass at a public beach access in Nags Head.
An icy path to Kitty Hawk Pier this morning.
You can find even more #snOBX photos by visiting our "Snow on the Outer Banks
" Pinterest board.... Stay warm!
Wednesday, January 22, 2014