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.
Gov. Roy Cooper said there had been 260 traffic accidents across the state.