If you overslept Sunday because of the Daylight Savings clock change, you may have completely missed the dusting of snow that fell across the Carolinas.
Most, if any, of the measurable snow fall across the higher elevations in western North Carolina.
Places like Haywood, Jackson and Transylvania counties in North Carolina saw snowfall amounts upwards of four inches.
Amounts ranging from a trace upwards of an inch fell across the extended metro Charlotte. Areas of lighter communication saw most,if not all, of their snow melt by lunchtime as temperatures climbed into the 40s.
With the snow mainly gone, focus is turning to the Northeast. The same system that brought a quick reminder of winter to the Carolinas, will explode into a powerful Nor'Easter by Tuesday. Blizzard Watches have been posted for parts of the Eastern Seaboard, where 60 mph winds combined with snowfall rates of 2- to 3-inches of snow an hour will cause a hard flashback to winter. Total snowfall rates could easily range between one and two feet in many places.