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Today, Governor Roy Cooper and Emergency Management Director Mike Sprayberry outlined impacts and response to today’s winter storm, including weather-related delays to vaccine distribution.
Today, Governor Roy Cooper and Emergency Management Director Mike Sprayberry outlined impacts and response to today’s winter storm, including weather-related delays to vaccine distribution.
 
All areas north of the Pamlico River, as well as areas north and west of Vanceboro and Blounts Creek are now forecasted to receive between 2" and 3" of snow.
All areas north of the Pamlico River, as well as areas north and west of Vanceboro and Blounts Creek are now forecasted to receive between 2" and 3" of snow.
 
Last night’s winter weather brought snow across North Carolina, downed trees and caused power outages around the state.
Last night’s winter weather brought snow across North Carolina, downed trees and caused power outages around the state.
 
Governor Cooper today declared a State of Emergency for all 100 counties as North Carolina prepares for a major winter storm expected to hit the state starting Saturday
Governor Cooper today declared a State of Emergency for all 100 counties as North Carolina prepares for a major winter storm expected to hit the state starting Saturday
 
As North Carolina braces for a second widespread winter storm in less than a month, Governor Roy Cooper today declared a state of emergency and urged North Carolinians to stay off the roads when travel becomes dangerous
As North Carolina braces for a second widespread winter storm in less than a month, Governor Roy Cooper today declared a state of emergency and urged North Carolinians to stay off the roads when travel becomes dangerous
 
Governor Roy Cooper today declared a state of emergency for all eastern and several central North Carolina counties as the state braces for snow and sleet along with bitter cold
Governor Roy Cooper today declared a state of emergency for all eastern and several central North Carolina counties as the state braces for snow and sleet along with bitter cold
 
Governor Roy Cooper has declared Dec. 3 – 9, 2017 as Winter Weather Preparedness Week and is urging North Carolinians to plan, prepare and be ready for potentially dangerous winter weather in the months ahead
Governor Roy Cooper has declared Dec. 3 – 9, 2017 as Winter Weather Preparedness Week and is urging North Carolinians to plan, prepare and be ready for potentially dangerous winter weather in the months ahead
 
The roadways in the western part of Beaufort County are icy and sleet covered. The trees and powerlines are coated with ice and small limbs are falling as a result of the wind.
The roadways in the western part of Beaufort County are icy and sleet covered. The trees and powerlines are coated with ice and small limbs are falling as a result of the wind.
 
As a Winter Storm Helena heads toward North Carolina, the Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies has decided to postpone the inauguration of Gov. Roy Cooper.
As a Winter Storm Helena heads toward North Carolina, the Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies has decided to postpone the inauguration of Gov. Roy Cooper.
 
After less than a week in office, North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper is already preparing for his first winter storm
After less than a week in office, North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper is already preparing for his first winter storm
 
Governor Pat McCrory reports that the North Carolina State Emergency Response Team is closely monitoring the weather and preparing for the approaching winter storm and recommended that residents do the same.
Governor Pat McCrory reports that the North Carolina State Emergency Response Team is closely monitoring the weather and preparing for the approaching winter storm and recommended that residents do the same.
 
Governor Pat McCrory is urging North Carolinians to prepare for winter weather and monitor local forecasts as the state's first significant winter storm moves in later today
Governor Pat McCrory is urging North Carolinians to prepare for winter weather and monitor local forecasts as the state's first significant winter storm moves in later today
 
Ahead of a winter storm that will enter North Carolina Wednesday, Governor Pat McCrory has ordered state agencies to begin preparations for possible treacherous travel conditions.
Ahead of a winter storm that will enter North Carolina Wednesday, Governor Pat McCrory has ordered state agencies to begin preparations for possible treacherous travel conditions.
 
For consecutive Tuesdays in February, winter weather forced closures and disrupted schedules at East Carolina University. After a winter storm brought approximately three inches of snow on Tuesday, Feb. 24, classes were cancelled from 3:30 p.m. until 10 a.m. on Wednesday.
For consecutive Tuesdays in February, winter weather forced closures and disrupted schedules at East Carolina University. After a winter storm brought approximately three inches of snow on Tuesday, Feb. 24, classes were cancelled from 3:30 p.m. until 10 a.m. on Wednesday.
 
Governor Pat McCrory briefed citizens from the State Emergency Operations Center Wednesday morning on the response to last night's snowfall across the state.
Governor Pat McCrory briefed citizens from the State Emergency Operations Center Wednesday morning on the response to last night's snowfall across the state.
 
Back-to-back winter storms will bring measurable snowfall to much of the state twice in three days, a rarity for North Carolina. By the weekend, two separate winter storm systems will have moved across the state. Today's band of snow showers is expected to bring 1-2 inches of snow in the Triangle...
Back-to-back winter storms will bring measurable snowfall to much of the state twice in three days, a rarity for North Carolina. By the weekend, two separate winter storm systems will have moved across the state. Today's band of snow showers is expected to bring 1-2 inches of snow in the Triangle...
 
A winter storm that dropped a mix of ice, snow and sleet on campus Feb. 16 and 17 prompted cancellation of evening classes on Monday and university closure on Tuesday.
A winter storm that dropped a mix of ice, snow and sleet on campus Feb. 16 and 17 prompted cancellation of evening classes on Monday and university closure on Tuesday.
 
Secondary Roads are extremely icy this morning, with Primary roads having slick spots on them. The NWS has extended the Winter Storm Warning for Beaufort County until 4:00pm today.
Secondary Roads are extremely icy this morning, with Primary roads having slick spots on them. The NWS has extended the Winter Storm Warning for Beaufort County until 4:00pm today.
 
Governor Pat McCrory is urging people to stay off the roads tonight as the winter storm moves east across North Carolina. Forecasters have increased predicted snow and ice accumulation totals in many areas potentially making roads impassable in a portion of the central part of state.
Governor Pat McCrory is urging people to stay off the roads tonight as the winter storm moves east across North Carolina. Forecasters have increased predicted snow and ice accumulation totals in many areas potentially making roads impassable in a portion of the central part of state.
 
There was not much new information from the five o’clock NWS call. The forecast at this time for our area is calling for
There was not much new information from the five o’clock NWS call. The forecast at this time for our area is calling for
 
Weather Service is likely to issue a Weather Storm Watch tomorrow for icing Monday night into and through 11:00am Tuesday morning. We could see freezing rain or sleet as early as 5:00pm Monday evening.
Weather Service is likely to issue a Weather Storm Watch tomorrow for icing Monday night into and through 11:00am Tuesday morning. We could see freezing rain or sleet as early as 5:00pm Monday evening.
 
Governor McCrory has signed a State of Emergency declaration and waived weight and hours of service restrictions on truck drivers to expedite response to today's winter storm. The storm has impacted much of central North Carolina.
Governor McCrory has signed a State of Emergency declaration and waived weight and hours of service restrictions on truck drivers to expedite response to today's winter storm. The storm has impacted much of central North Carolina.
 
All First Responder Agencies and personnel please take precautions concerning response activities on Sunday as this fast moving storm front passes through the area.
All First Responder Agencies and personnel please take precautions concerning response activities on Sunday as this fast moving storm front passes through the area.
 
We should continue to use caution when traveling as we could receive another one-half inch of rain and many culverts are plugged or flow is reduced and standing water can cause hydroplaning in vehicles.
We should continue to use caution when traveling as we could receive another one-half inch of rain and many culverts are plugged or flow is reduced and standing water can cause hydroplaning in vehicles.
 
The main part of this Nor'easter like storm will impact us from about 7:00pm tonight through 7:00am tomorrow morning.
The main part of this Nor'easter like storm will impact us from about 7:00pm tonight through 7:00am tomorrow morning.
 
For those traveling or working outside late Tuesday and all day Wednesday please do so with extreme caution.
For those traveling or working outside late Tuesday and all day Wednesday please do so with extreme caution.
 
The City of Washington Administrative Offices will delay opening until 10 a.m. on Tuesday, due to expected poor driving conditions in the early morning.
The City of Washington Administrative Offices will delay opening until 10 a.m. on Tuesday, due to expected poor driving conditions in the early morning.
 
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