Snow showers are coming to an end across the region after coating many areas in white.
Snowfall totals ranged from a dusting along the Grand Strand to nearly 3 inches in Laurinburg.
Low pressure responsible for the snow is now driving cold air and blustery winds into the area.
With temperatures already below freezing and forecast to drop to near 20 late tonight, any standing water, slush or snow will freeze quickly. If you plan to drive this evening or overnight, pay particular attention on secondary roads, overpasses and bridges. Temperatures are expected to rise above freezing by mid-morning Wednesday.
Thanks to everyone who's sent pictures of the winter weather to us. Here's a look at some of the pictures you've sent in so far. Keep them coming!