Snow is continuing to fall in western North Carolina. Forecasters are calling for as much as 14 inches in some parts of the mountains.
Thousands are without power as snow blankets the region. For the latest, WCQS's Jeremy Loeb spoke with Duke Energy spokesman Tom Williams, who spoke with us from his home in Fairview. We asked him what conditions were like there.
Henderson County is under a state of emergency as snow amounts are averaging around 6 inches. For more, WCQS's Jeremy Loeb spoke with Major Frank Stout of the Henderson County Sheriff's office.