With forecasts calling for wintry weather for the East Coast & parts of the South, take some time now to put blankets, a shovel, & road salt/sand in your car. It’s best to stay off the roads but if you must drive, let someone know your route & when you arrive.
How to prepare for winter storms
Snow people pop up on UNC's campus
Donated flying saucers mean big fun on a sledding hill
Pigs in a snow blanket
Kids, cops and snowballs? A perfect combination.
Snow scenes from around the Triangle
Road conditions hazardous across Triangle
Snow falls at Dix Park in Raleigh
Gov. Roy Cooper urges workers to go home before storm gets worse
Chapel Hill starts off the morning with snow
Snow moves into the Triangle Wednesday morning
NC Governor declares state of emergency ahead of winter storm
Check out the latest snow forecast for the Triangle
A slow-moving storm lumbered into North Carolina Wednesday, threatening 6 inches of snow in the Triangle as temperatures dropped to freezing. Gov. Roy Cooper described road conditions as “extremely hazardous” and urged workers statewide to go home before conditions worsen.
Watch as 10 NC State students, each riding on one of 500 snow saucers donated to the City of Raleigh, zoom down a hill at Dorthea Dix Park in Raleigh, NC during a major winter storm Wednesday, Jan. 17, 2018.
North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper declares a state of emergency in North Carolina in advance of a winter storm expected to dump several inches of snow in areas of the state. Cooper encouraged North Carolinians to stay off the roads.