More than 35 million people are under winter storm warnings after a deadly storm ripped through several states.
A mixed bag of precipitation will impact the region Saturday night into early Sunday.
Roughly 6,700 people in Mecklenburg County are still without power after a winter storm came rolling through North and South Carolina over the weekend.
North Carolina DOT crews will start treating roads and bridges at midnight.
Snowed-in Southerners made the best of a day without work or school Monday while officials warned that roads remained treacherous after a wintry storm dropped snow, sleet and freezing rain across five states.
Black ice is a major threat Monday evening into Tuesday morning's rush hour commute as temps drop into the 20's overnight.
A large tree fell and knocked out the power to several homes in the Landsdowne neighborhood in southeast Charlotte.
One person is dead after a tree fell on a vehicle in Matthews, according to Matthews Police and MEDIC.
WCCB's Wali Alston witnessed two wrecks within 200 yards of each other on Brookshire Boulevard near Beatties Ford Road in northwest Charlotte.
Winter Storm Diego is causing significant impacts in the Charlotte area this weekend.
WCCB's Wali Alston is reporting slick road conditions in northwest Charlotte.
The North Carolina Highway Patrol has responded to more than 500 accidents and more than 1,000 calls for service since midnight.
Video shot by WCCB's Wali Alston shows road conditions in north Charlotte.
There's brine already on the roads. Crews will be starting up again Saturday night, working around the clock.
Latest information on the significant winter weather event.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) is issuing food safety recommendations for those who may be impacted by a severe winter storm moving through the southern U.S.