The South Carolina Legislature is planning a snow day.
Both the House and Senate voted to take Thursday off with forecasters saying several inches of snow could fall in the Upstate.
The House will hold a joint session Wednesday at noon to listen to Chief Justice Jean Toal talk about the state of the court system, then adjourn for the week.
The Senate may meet briefly after Toal's speech, but President Pro Tem Hugh Leatherman says he wants to make sure senators get home before the weather gets too bad.
The National Weather Service says up to 6 inches of snow is possible Wednesday evening into Thursday, mostly in areas north and west of Columbia.