SPARTANBURG, SC (WSPA) – Sunday’s winter storm dumped around a foot of snow on parts of western North Carolina and anywhere from 4 to 8 inches along and north of Interstate 85 in South Carolina.

Official snow totals at GSP Airport and Asheville Regional Airport broke daily records.

10.4 inches of snow fell at the airport in Asheville, the previous record for January 16 was 7 inches set all the way back in 1891.

6.5 inches fell at Greenville-Spartanburg International, breaking the previous January 16 record of 5.7 inches which was set in 1965.

Here are the snow accumulations from around the area, according to the National Weather Service:

North Carolina

  • 15.5″ – Saluda (as of 9:15pm)
  • 13″ – Cedar Mountain (as of 9:15pm)
  • 12″ – Flat Rock (as of 5:30pm)
  • 12″ – Canton (as of 3:30pm)
  • 11″ – Highlands (as of 11:00am)
  • 11″ – Brevard (as of 12:20pm)
  • 11″ – Hendersonville (as of 1:00pm)
  • 11″ – Waynesville (as of 12:22pm)
  • 10.4″ – Asheville Regional Airport (record, previous record of 7″ in 1891)
  • 9.5″ – Tryon (as of 10:18am)
  • 9″ – Rutherfordton (as of 9:15am)
  • 8.5″ – Mill Spring (as of 11:00am)
  • 7.5″ – Asheville (as of 5:30pm)
  • 6.5″ – Old Fort (as of 9:45am)
  • 6″ – Spindale (as of 5:30pm)
  • 5″ – Marion (as of 9:00am)

South Carolina

  • 9.5″ – Travelers Rest, SC (as of 12:22pm)
  • 8″ – Taylors (as of 9:58am)
  • 8″ – Mountain Rest (as of 12:10pm)
  • 8″ – Landrum (as of 2:30pm)
  • 7.8″ – Reidville (as of 5:00pm)
  • 7″ – Pickens (as of 9:15am)
  • 6.6″ – Liberty (as of 5:00pm)
  • 6.5″ – GSP Airport (record, previous record of 5.7″ in 1965)
  • 6″ – Long Creek (as of 10:00am)
  • 6.5″ – Boiling Springs (as of 9:15pm)
  • 6″ – Easley (as of 12:10pm)
  • 5.8″ – Greer (as of 11:15am)
  • 5.5″ – Greenville (as of 8:45am)
  • 5.5″ – Chesnee (as of 11:00am)
  • 5″ – Wellford (as of 9:15am)
  • 5″ – Simpsonville (as of 8:30am)
  • 4″ – Spartanburg (as of 8:45am)
  • 4″ – Pelzer (as of 2:30pm)
  • 2.5″ – Donalds (as of 4:35pm)
  • 2″ – Sandy Springs (as of 5:30am)

See more snow totals from the area on this interactive map from the National Weather Service.