ABC News(NEW YORK) — The major winter storm that just pummeled the Southeast brought 2 feet of snow to Whitetop, Virginia, and up to 20 inches of heavy, wet snow to North Carolina.
Richmond, Virginia, had its second-snowiest December day on record and double-digit totals were reported in South Carolina, Tennessee and as far west as Texas.
Parts of West Virginia saw 20 inches of snow. Even Georgia got 8 inches.
Now the South is digging out from what North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper called a "mammoth winter storm."
The storm not only canceled hundreds of flights on Sunday, it's also left more than 276,000 people without power across seven states Monday morning. Over half of the power outages are in North Carolina.
Cars were abandoned amid the snow and sleet. A four-wheel drive plow even became stuck in 1 foot of snow in Greensboro, NC.
A driver died in Matthews, NC, on Sunday after a tree fell on a car and the car plowed through the front lawn of a church, hitting the building, local police said.
In Virginia, state police said they responded to over 1,000 car crashes on Sunday.
That storm now has moved to the coast, just off the Carolinas. Wet snow was falling Monday morning in the mountains of Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia and Georgia.
Snow and rain are expected to continue falling in the Southeast as the low pressure slowly begins to pull away from the coast. Not much snow accumulation is expected.
Behind the massive storm, the Southeast will remain chilly into Tuesday, with early-morning wind chills in the 20s and 30s for many areas.
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