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Always open, Waffle House offers refuge in the storm

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videoWhile the snow continued to fall outside early this morning,many people took cover inside a toasty-warm Waffle House off Market St. in Wilmington to defrost and chow down. Full story...
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NCDOT: Thawing and refreezing snow and ice will pose problem for several days

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NC Department of Transportation crews continue to respond to the winter storm, which is having varying impacts not only in different regions of the state, but also within parts of the same county. Motorists are reminded to allow plenty of room for NCDOT trucks to plow and spread salt and sand. Full story...
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Monday storm leaves Tuesday mess

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The roads were covered with snow and ice this morning causing headaches for the morning commute. Drivers who did brave the icy roads had to be careful to get to their destination safely. Full story...
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Winter weather makes for dangerous driving

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video Emergency officials cannot stress to drivers enough to take caution on the road. As one man found out this morning, the snow and ice is no match even for an experienced driver. Full story...
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NC's electric cooperatives monitoring forecasts

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Ice accumulation can bring down power lines. If you see a downed power line, report it to your electric cooperative immediately, and never touch or drive over a downed line. Full story...
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Four County EMC monitoring forecasts, preparing for winter storm

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Four County EMC employees are on standby and ready to restore power as quickly as possible if outages should occur as a result of the winter storm. Because crews are located in the communities they serve, restoration crews are always on-site and can begin work immediately. Full story...
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NCDOT: Most roads across state clear

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Today, all primary and most secondary roads in the state’s 100 counties are clear. Conditions are improving as temperature rise; however, motorists are still urged to use caution because of icy patches. Full story...
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NC hospitals flooded with weather-related injuries

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Emergency rooms in some North Carolina cities have been flooded with weather-related injuries after a winter storm dumped a heavy blanket of snow across the state over the holiday weekend. Full story...
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NCDOT: Clean-up ahead of schedule

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NCDOT encourages motorists to "know before they go" about road conditions by calling 511, the state's toll-free travel information line, or visiting the department's Traveler Information Management System. Citizens can also get updates on our winter weather response by following NCDOT on Twitter. Full story...
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NCDOT warns drivers to watch for black ice on highways

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With ice and snow melting from Saturday and today's storm, the possibility exists that water could freeze on North Carolina's highways overnight as temperatures drop. The NC Department of Transportation warns motorists to drive carefully and watch for black ice on all highways. Full story...
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