The heavy snow's brought trees and limbs into contact with power lines, causing outages in Forsyth, Guilford and other counties. 06:06 PM
Inches of snow and slush are still covering many roads. It is a combination that can lead to slipping, sliding and spinning out. Conditions have improved a lot as the storm winded down and plows and salt trucks worked round the clock to clear roadways.
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First responders in Guilford County are thanking people for staying inside and off the roads after our latest round of winter weather. Extra resources were ready, but not needed during the storm.
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Snowstorm Blankets Forsyth County
The NCDOT had interstates and primary roads wet, but mostly clear by mid-day. Crews put down 1,100 tons of salt in Forsyth County. Now they're starting to work on secondary streets still covered in slush or snow. 05:10 PM
Gov. McCrory: The Biggest Issue for Us is Power Outages
Gov. Pat McCrory updated the public on the latest conditions Thursday afternoon. He said one of the biggest issue they're battling is power outages. 12:58 PM
Winter Storm Leaves its Mark on Much of North Carolina
Heavy, wet snow fell on much of North Carolina Wednesday night through early Thursday morning. However, parts of the state saw more sleet or just rain resulting in lower than expected accumulations. 10:19 AM
Thousands in NC Without Power Following Winter Storm
More than 215,000 Duke Energy customers are without power in North Carolina. The hardest hit areas are in Wake County and Durham County. 09:30 AM
DOT Crews Work to Keep Roads Clear
DOT crews are in overdrive Thursday morning, working hard to make sure the roads are as clear as possible. Time Warner Cable News reporter Linnie Supall is at the DOT maintenance yard in Raleigh with the latest on their progress. 06:56 AM
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