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Winter Blog | Guilford County Schools on two-hour delay Monday

GCS made the announcement Sunday night.
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SUNDAY, JANUARY 23, 2022

9:15 p.m. COVID-19 testing sites operating on delay

Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist COVID testing sites at Lowe’s Park at River’s Edge in Wilkesboro and Bowman Gray Stadium in Winston-Salem will open at 11 a.m. Monday. The site at Providence Place in High Point will open as scheduled at 9 a.m.

6:21 p.m. Guilford County Schools on two-hour delay Monday. School officials said the delay was due to the possibility of icy road conditions early Monday morning.

6 p.m. Rockingham County Schools to operate on normal school schedule Monday.

SATURDAY, JANUARY 22, 2022

Greensboro Field Operations crews started salting and plowing primary roads in the city overnight. Moore says the second shift crew just arrived and will continue to both plow and spread salt throughout today and overnight.

Moore says they are trying to get as much of the snow off of the roads as possible while temperatures warm a little today and the sun is out before it refreezes overnight.

Moore says people may notice as they are plowing the snow, that it may be pushed into people’s driveways during the process. He is encouraging folks to get out today and clear their driveways while they can before we have a refreeze tonight.

7:45 p.m. State officials recommending people stay off roads due to hazardous road conditions.

“People should not attempt to drive in these conditions,” State Transportation Secretary J. Eric Boyette said. “Our crews are working around the clock to treat and clear roads as quickly as possible and we need everyone else to do their part and stay off the roads.”

Gov. Roy Cooper is urging North Carolinians to stay home due to hazardous roads and power outages in coastal counties.

RELATED: Gov. Cooper urging North Carolinians to stay home due to hazardous roads, power outages following winter storm

6:30 p.m. Many viewers all across the Triad shared these photos of front yard snow photos with WFMY News 2.

1:25 p.m. The sun has melted away the majority of snow near WFMY's Tim Buckley

12 noon Greensboro Field Operations crews started salting and plowing primary roads in the city overnight. 

Greensboro Department of Transportation's Nathaneal Moore said the second shift crew arrived just before 12 noon Saturday and will continue to both plow and spread salt throughout Saturday and into the night.

Moore said they are trying to get as much of the snow off of the roads as possible while temperatures warm a little Saturday and the sun is out before it refreezes Saturday night.

Officials said people may notice as they are plowing the snow, that it may be pushed into people’s driveways during the process. Moore is encouraging folks to get out Saturday and clear their driveways while they can before we have a refreeze Saturday night.

11:52 a.m. WFMY's Ryan Gavette shares video between main road and secondary road in Burlington where sun has melted some areas of the road.

9 a.m. -- City cancellations and changes

The city of Greensboro is canceling Saturday waste collections. Friday routes will run Monday, the 24th. 

GTA will operate using snow routes/main streets. HEAT service begins at 1 p.m.

Several Greensboro library branches are closed

High Point Public Library and Museum will open at noon today. The transit system will not run. 

The City of Winston-Salem shares updates on waste collections

8:45 a.m. -- A look at downtown Greensboro covered in snow

Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist delays opening its COVID-19 testing location at Providence Place until noon. The testing site will close at 3 p.m. 

8:15 a.m. -- Greensboro closures

Greensboro Parks & Recreation closes all facilities

Greensboro Science Center closes for the day

Photojournalist Ryan Gavette shares an early morning look on I-40W in Whitsett

A Winston-Salem update from Randy Britton on road conditions

7:45 a.m.-- Flight cancellations and delays at PTI airport Saturday morning.

7:25 a.m. -- Check out this beautiful picture of downtown Greensboro taken by Jeb Brooks! 

Credit: Jeb Brooks

7:20 a.m.-- Snow moving out towards the coast!  

7:15 a.m. -- A viewer picture of Adams Farm in Greensboro 

Credit: Lorraine Pierce

7:00 a.m.-- Check out this surveillance video showing a person stealing a church bell in Greensboro. 

6:25 a.m.-- If you have any air travel planned this weekend, PTI Airport is asking that you call your airline before leaving home. Airport officials said it's important to check in just in case there are any cancellations.

6:00 a.m.-- Watch live!

5:30 a.m.-- Roads are covered and the sun is on its way out to help us out later on today. 

5:25 a.m. -- Saturday morning blizzard in the Triad! 

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