Here are the closings and delays for Friday:
State Department of Transportation crews are urging people to stay off the roads Friday as the winter storm threatens to cover North Carolina and South Carolina roads in ice.
There's concern that ice from the winter storm will take down power lines across our area. Duke Energy is telling people to prepare for outages to last for days.
The Department of Transportation in Newton says they have prepped the roads with 22,000 gallons of brine ahead of the storm.
The American Red Cross is encouraging residents to be prepared in advance for the winter storms forecasted for tonight.
Governor Pat McCrory is urging North Carolinians to prepare for winter weather.
NCDOT brine crews working through the night to get ahead of the ice threat Thursday morning.
The snow has stopped, but temperatures will remain below freezing. The biggest concern Wednesday night will be black ice.
Crews are working to keep roads clear as the first of two winter storms moves into the WCCB Charlotte viewing area.
Black Ice Possible Tonight, Major Winter Storm Thursday Night Through Saturday Morning
Snow showers and flurries are possible Wednesday afternoon and evening- and a much bigger storm will impact the area Friday.
Crews with the NCDOT are beginning to prep roads in the area as winter weather moves into the region.
Check out the school closings and delays for school districts in the WCCB viewing area.
It was bound to happen sometime -- the return of winter to the Northeast. It is January after all.
Wind gusts pushed Boone and Blowing Rock into the single digits. The school district is starting classes on a two hour delay Tuesday.
Cold Canadian air brings another blast of frigid temperatures.
WCCB, Charlotte's CW