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Water and compressed air is all it takes to blanket the slopes.
It doesn’t matter if its winter, tornadoes are devastating.
We’ve all said it or thought it before – ”People around here can’t drive in this weather.”
Sitting two miles above sea level, the lab has experienced temperatures of -40 degrees.
The live half-hour special aired Saturday night on CBS North Carolina.
NASA’s Gavin Schmidt said most of the record heat was from man-made climate change.
Central North Carolina received a good dose of sun that melted some ice and snow Sunday, but water started froze again overnight.
The National Weather Service issued a list of totals for snow and sleet for many areas throughout North Carolina.
An image gallery of the frozen precipitation across the state.