GREENSBORO, N.C. — A second winter storm in a month left the Piedmont Triad covered with ice from freezing rain and sleet. The ice coated many power lines and trees causing thousands to be without power for most or all of Sunday. 

The storm has also prompted schools to close or operate on a delayed schedule.

Here's a list that has come into the WFMY News 2 newsroom so far:


  • Guilford County Schools - 2 hours. Twilight School will maintain its normal 2 to 8 p.m. schedule
  • Winston-Salem Forsyth County - 2 hours
  • Alamance Burlington Schools - 2 hours
  • Davidson County Schools - 3 hours
  • Thomasville City Schools - 2 hours
  • Lexington City Schools - 3 hours
  • Davie County Schools - 3 hours
  • Randolph County Schools - 3 hours
  • Asheboro City Schools - 2 hours
  • Elkin City Schools - 2 hours
  • Surry County Schools - 3 hours
  • Mt. Airy City Schools - 2 hours
  • Wilkes County Schools - 2 hours
  • Yadkin County Schools - 2 hours
  • Alleghany County Schools - 2 hours


  • Rockingham County Schools - CLOSED
  • Stokes County Schools - CLOSED
  • Danville Public Schools - CLOSED
  • Patrick County Schools - CLOSED
  • Martinsville City Schools - CLOSED
  • Carroll County Schools - CLOSED
  • Caswell County Schools - CLOSED
  • Forsyth Techincal Community College, Stokes County Center - closed, all other sites open at 10 a.m.

Keep checking here and on the WFMY News 2 mobile app for updates as we'll continue to add to the list as delays and closings are announced. 

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