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.
Gov. Roy Cooper said there had been 260 traffic accidents across the state.
Many in Four Oaks packed the Edwards Foods IGA on Friday as a possible winter storm loomed.
“The National Guard is ready. There are 1,900 DOT trucks. North Carolina Highway Patrol is mobilized and will send crews to hot spots depend…
Schools across the county were dismissed early and many towns are preparing to plow roads.
Your car should also get a once over.
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