RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) — While snow was hard to come by for central North Carolina, the western part of the state definitely hit the jackpot when it comes to snow.

The higher elevations and colder temperatures meant more of a snow event for western North Carolina.

Central North Carolina had more of an ice, rain and wind event.

Here are some of the totals for western North Carolina, updated Monday afternoon, January 17.

Banner Elk 20”
Newland 19”
Waynesville 14.5”
Boone 13”
Cedar Mountain 13”
Hendersonville 11”
Blowing Rock 11”
Brevard 11”
Highlands 11”
Beech Mountain 10.5”
Old Fort 9″
Cashiers 9″
Asheville 8″