‘Small patch’ of snow flurries reported early Christmas morning

Reports came in from Charleston, Colleton Counties

VIDEO: National Weather Service reports snow flurries over airport

CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) - The National Weather Service in Charleston said a small patch of snow flurries passed over the Charleston International Airport offices on Christmas morning.

The agency posted a photo of a car with what appeared to be snow or ice flakes. It also posted a radar image showing the snow.

Despite rain that fell on Christmas Eve, the majority of the moisture outran a cold front that moved in Thursday night, eliminating the possibility of a “white Christmas” for the Lowcountry.

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But viewers in Colleton County also reported flurries in the early-morning hours.

Christina Moneypenny said snow flurries over Walterboro lasted for about 15 minutes early Christmas morning.
Christina Moneypenny said snow flurries over Walterboro lasted for about 15 minutes early Christmas morning. (Source: Christina Moneypenny)

Christina Moneypenny said flurries lasted for about 15 minutes in Walterboro at about 5:15 a.m.

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