RALEIGH — It's unusual, but snow fell across most of North Carolina, even if it isn't sticking everywhere.
Meteorologist Jonathan Blaes of the National Weather Service in Raleigh says people living in two areas were most likely to see accumulations of snow Saturday: Those east of Interstate 95 across the Triangle and south to Southern Pines and west and Greensboro; and those in the foothills and mountains.
About 1 inch had accumulated in the eastern part of the state and 1 to 2 inches in the western area.
Officials say the state Transportation Department says crews are working in areas with accumulations and that more crews will be dispatched later Saturday.
With temperatures dropping below freezing, icy roads are possible Sunday before temperatures rise to the upper 30s or lower 40s.