Columbia (WACH) -- People around the Midlands enjoyed a rarity for the area on Wednesdayâ?|a snow day!
In Columbia, measurable snowfall occurred for the first time since January 10, 2011.
From snowball fights to making snow angels, many residents spend the day enjoying this rare treat for South Carolina.
Snow amounts range from one inch to four inches in the Midlands.
Here are some totals:
Little Mountain, SC in Newberry County â?? 1â??
Chapin, SC in Lexington County â?? 1.5â??
Blythewood, SC in Richland County â?? 2â??
Wagner, SC in Aiken County â?? 2â??
St. Matthews, SC in Calhoun County â?? 2â??
Columbia Metropolitan Airport â?? 2.1â??
Saluda, SC in Saluda County â?? 2.2â??
Batesburg, SC in Lexington County â?? 2.5â??
Monetta, SC in Saluda County â?? 2.5â??
Aiken, SC in Aiken County â?? 2.5â??
The snow on the ground will hang around through early Friday before a warming trend moves into the area melting everything.
Highs this weekend will climb into the 60s!
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