Live 5 Chief Meteorologist Bill Walsh says between an average of three to six inches of snow fell in the area throughout the day on Wednesday.
Wednesday's wintry weather was the first significant snowfall since 2010, and became the third-largest single-day snowfall record in Charleston, behind the record Christmas snowfall set months after Hurricane Hugo in 1989 and the second-place snowfall set during the blizzard of 1973.
So...um...you will notice something in addition to clouds on the visible satellite imagery this morning. That is the swath of snow extending from southeast Georgia all the way across eastern North Carolina and onward. Wow! #GOES16#scwx#gawx#snOMG ???? pic.twitter.com/ftB0jqbcdA