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NCDOT 47m
Plowing will become increasingly difficult tonight as conditions turn to ice. We will have smaller crews out overnight addressing trouble spots, as the dayshift crews rest. Tomorrow, we will have a full crew out working to clear roads.
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NCDOT 1h
Replying to @gclax2000 @NCSHP
Right now, it's clear with possible icy spots. You can keep up with the latest here:
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NC Public Safety 2h
. Sec. Trogdon: working in areas that have already received snow, with a focus today/tomorrow of clearing interstates/major routes; temps tomorrow will be favorable statewide to help us make great progress snow
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NCDOT 2h
As some of you begin your evening commute home, please drive with caution. For those already at home, stay there. Enjoy the views and wave at your local plow driver.
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NCDOT 3h
See, even the professionals like recommend staying off of the roads.
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NCDOT 4h
Here's the latest update of our statewide response to the snow.
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NCDOT 4h
Replying to @CynDaVaz
Yes, you can visit our website at . Click on your specific route or county and then click on the "Incidents" and "Adverse Weather" tabs.
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NCDOT 5h
A special thanks to Claire for the sweet thank you note and drawing! We're glad that you and your family made it home safely. 🤗 This was sent to our Haywood County Road Maintenance Unit earlier today.
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NCDOT 6h
Replying to @jondoe1062
There must be 1-2 inches of snow on roadways for plows to be effective.
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NCDOT 6h
Replying to @mechelleh
Yes, please stay off roads unless it's absolutely necessary. We don't need any of this!
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NCDOT 6h
1st priority is interstates/four-lane divided primary routes that are essential. After these roads are clear, priority moves to clearing lower-volume primary roads, high-volume secondary roads, lower-volume secondary roads and then subdivision streets.
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NCDOT 7h
We will notify the Durham DOT office but don't know when they'll be able to respond as they're out on the interstates and major roads. At this time, they can't be pulled off those areas. Thank you for bringing this to our attention.
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NCDOT 8h
Many offices are closed due to inclement weather. Online services are always available at .
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NC Highway Patrol 8h
. Troopers and emergency responders across the state are responding to numerous collisions with the current winter weather event in North Carolina. Please slow down, use caution, and for emergency vehicles, tow trucks, and NCDOT crews!
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NCDOT 8h
Replying to @thejakeberg
Nah, this is his salt supplier.
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NWS Raleigh 12h
Traveling today is not advised, but if you must go out, please . Have proper supplies and plan for the worse. Get more winter safety/preparedness information:
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NCDOT 9h
Replying to @PhoebeFeed
Our crews will be out all day today and overnight working to clear the roads. You can monitor road conditions on our website at . Select your roadway from the dropdown and then click on the "Adverse Weather" and/or "Incidents" tabs.
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NCDOT 9h
Replying to @dcrews12 @NCDOT_Triad
Our crews will work overnight to spread salt and salt/sand mixture in trouble spots. Plowing will be ineffective if things ice over.
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NC Highway Patrol 9h
Sec. Trogdon: project 6 inches in Piedmont; haven't relocated any crews at this point; if get less in Eastern NC, will redeploy those crews to assist those with greater effects snow
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NCDOT 9h
Replying to @sandman2476
We don't mess around. Go big, or go home.
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