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
Lightsaber duels pass the time at snowbound NC State
Chainsaws, shovels, brooms and sleds. The Bull City digs out from winter storm
Despite melting, many area roads still very dangerous
Cooper: 'This is not the day to learn to drive in the snow'
‘We look out for our neighbors,’ says a good Samaritan with a shovel
Drone video: Cary snow from the air
UNC students celebrate a snow day in Kenan Stadium
When will the snow melt?
Snow people pop up on UNC's campus
Donated flying saucers mean big fun on a sledding hill
Snow-covered trees and ice-covered roads in Cary, NC Thursday morning, Jan. 18,2018. A winter storm dumped several inches in the Triangle Wednesday. Neighborhood streets are still icy and snow-covered.
Silas Brown, a native of New Jersey who has been living in North Carolina for 12 years, walks around his Carrboro, NC neighborhood knocking on doors and offering to shovel driveways. “It keeps me healthy,” Brown said.
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.