The warm weather continues into the beginning of the week. Monday gets increasing clouds and then an overnight chance for showers and possibly a few thunderstorms. At this…
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While crews are working hard to keep the major roads clear, secondary streets in many Charlotte neighborhoods can be a wintry mess. That often leads to treacherous conditions, making staying in the best bet.
A thin layer of snow and ice across the South closed runways, highways, schools and government offices and sent cars sliding off roads Wednesday, while a blast of cold air broke records as far south as the Gulf Coast.
The City of Charlotte is diligently preparing for the first snow of 2018, with multiple departments working together to plan for and respond to potential winter weather.
AAA urges drivers to slow down, be cautious and prepare their vehicles for the cold days ahead.
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A massive winter storm roared into the East Coast on Thursday, threatening to dump as much as 18 inches of snow from the Carolinas to Maine and unleashing hurricane-force winds and flooding that closed schools and offices and halted transportation systems.
A massive winter system is leaving the east coast under snow and ice. The impacts from the initial wrath to our region may have been minimal, but strong wind and freezing conditions following behind this system will cause dangerous wind chills.
Emergency dispatchers in several counties say phones are ringing off the hook as slide offs keep happening throughout our area.