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(WBIR) A winter storm moving into the area Wednesday is expected to drop several inches of heavy snow across East Tennessee and throughout the South. But, will it break any snowfall records?

Here are the highest 24-hour snowfall amounts on record for February 12th from the National Weather Service:

  • Mt. Leconte: 21 inches in 2006
  • Rogersville: 13 inches in 1985
  • Tazewell: 10 inches in 1985
  • Murphy, NC: 9 inches in 1895
  • Townsend: 8.5 inches in 2006
  • Knoxville McGhee Tyson: 8.1 inches in 1985
  • Oneida: 7.6 inches in 2006
  • Athens: 7 inches in 1985
  • Gatlinburg: 7 inches in 2006
  • Monteagle: 6 inches in 1985
  • Bristol Tri City: 5.9 inches in 1985
  • Norris: 5.5 inches in 1985
  • Kingston: 5 inches in 1985
  • Abingdon, VA: 5 inches in 1985
  • Greeneville, TN: 4.5 inches in 1899
  • Erwin: 4.1 inches in 2006
  • Pikeville: 4 inches in 1985
  • Rockwood: 4 inches in 1985
  • Lenoir City: 4 inches in 1985
  • Newport: 4 inches in 1985
  • Waterville, NC: 3 inches in 2006
  • North Fork Lake, VA: 3 inches in 1985
  • Lebanon, VA: 3 inches in 2006
  • Roan Mountain: 2.9 inches in 2004
  • Morristown: 2 inches in 1999
  • Dayton: 1.3 inches in 1985
  • Chattanooga Lovell Airport: 1 inch in 1963
  • Cleveland: 1 inch in 2010
  • Gate City, VA: 0.8 inches in 2012
  • Bristol, TN: 0.3 inches in 2012
  • Morristown: 0.2 inches in 2012
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