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— Heavy snow and slippery road conditions will be possible from 7 p.m. to 3 a.m. Residents of central and eastern North Carolina should stay alert and keep off the roads if they can, according to the National Weather Service.
459 closings/delays reported, including Cumberland, Durham, Johnston, Orange, and Wake public schools.
57 NC counties are under alert, including Wake, Cumberland, Durham, Johnston, and Orange counties.
RDU could see its highest snow total in nearly two years. Snow timeline, amounts and a look at the roads in the WRAL Stromtracker.
— The last time RDU saw 2.5 inches of snow was almost two years ago in February of 2020. On Friday, Wake County is slated to see anywhere from two to three inches of snow. Elizabeth Gardner tells us when you can expect to see flakes.
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