City crews are still working to clear roads across the Piedmont Triad as they continue to monitor conditions.
Bursts of snow are still expected throughout the day. There's a concern for roads to also refreeze.
FULL-LIST: Snow Closings & Delays
In Greensboro, roads are relatively clear during a lull in precipitation during the early morning hours. There’s no ice build up on the roads going through the mornings. City workers have been out just to make sure everything is sailing smoothly. Guilford Metro 911 reports only a few minor accidents in Greensboro on I-40. The snow is icy, not fluffy. It’s sticking to the grass, but not on the roads or sidewalks.
One crash occurred around 5:30 a.m. on I-840 East between Burlington Road and Mt. Church Road when a car spun out of control and hit a guardrail.
A little over 900 were without power in the county around 6:45 a.m. according to Duke Energy's power outage map.
Winston-Salem got its share of snow yesterday and currently have about 5,300 power outages as of Saturday morning at 6 a.m. Kandace Redd reports road conditions are fair after measuring over three inches of snow on the ground.
The Traffic lights are out in multiple intersections including Robinhood Road. Duke Energy crews are working to get the lights back on with an estimated restoration time of 4 p.m. The Winston-Salem Police Department says no wrecks have been reported. Police are urging drivers to reduce their speed and watch out for snow and ice.
Several trees are down, mostly in Clemmons.
Here's a look at Reidsville around 6 a.m. Duke Energy reported over 2,000 customers were affected by power outages.
Approximately three inches appeared to fall in Reidsville as of Saturday morning around 6.
Parts of Stokes County got about six inches of snow. Power outages are stemming from snow on the power lines are weighing down some of the lines. There were around 200 power outages Saturday morning.
The good news is most roads are clear and there's no crashes to report at this time.
Walnut Cove postponed its Christmas parade to Dec. 16 at 2 p.m. The fire marshal said the only calls they've received have been pertaining to downed trees.
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