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Snow comes to an end in the Triad; Icy roads a concern tonight

Travel could be difficult tonight through Friday morning.

GREENSBORO, N.C. — Snow is ending in the Piedmont. Most of us saw 1-2" on the grass without much on the roads and paved surfaces. Now, our concern turns to the roadways which could get icy as temperatures drop overnight.

You can count on the News 2 Weather Team to keep you up to date with the latest forecast. 

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TIMING:

(As of Thursday Evening)

  • Snow ending by midnight across the Triad
  • Slick roads are possible this evening, becoming icy overnight. The Friday morning commute could be very difficult.
  • Sunshine for midday and afternoon Friday. Snow melting quickly.
  • By Saturday we're sunny and warmer. 
Credit: WFMY
Slick roads possible for the evening commute.
Credit: WFMY News 2
Icy roads are likely Friday morning and midday.

HOW MUCH:

1-2" of snow fell across much of the area this afternoon, and an additional 1-2" is possible in some areas before it shuts off by midnight. 

Credit: WFMY

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This is our first snow since December 10, 2018. It ends our 5th longest streak all time.

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