Isolated power outages are possible, along with slick spots on roads, especially on bridges and overpasses.
Officials with the NC Department of Transportation say they're being safe rather than sorry, preparing for possible icy conditions in several counties surrounding Charlotte.
The first day of winter is December 21s but Winter Weather Preparedness Week is the first week of December.
The mountains can expect 2 to 4 inches of snowfall through Tuesday with 40 mph wind gusts.
Crews were working in bitterly cold weather across Charlotte to fix multiple water main breaks, hoping to dry up the roads before temperatures drop below freezing. City officials said the weather is what caused the pipes to burst.
An arctic blast that sent shivers across the Midwest spread to the eastern U.S. on Wednesday, with bitter weather establishing new records from Mississippi to Maine.
The sun is coming out, but the cold is here to stay. It will be a much brighter day across our area, but you'll still want to bundle up as temperatures will remain low throughout the day Wednesday.
On a day like Tuesday, even the sunshine isn't making it feel any better. The bitter cold, leading some in the Queen City to go where they can. For Lucas Roberts, it’s his car.
A strong Arctic cold front is sweeping the country and it’ll be knocking on the Carolinas’ door Tuesday morning, bringing bitter cold temperatures and chances for snow to parts of our area. This will be some of the coldest air to come to the region since February.
Neighbors across the Charlotte area are preparing for a cold snap that will bring bitter cold temperatures and possible snow flurries.
Big temperature swings could be a trend through the winter and the precipitation types could be an even mix of rain, ice, or snow.
Another cold front moving into the Charlotte area later this week could bring snow to our mountain counties.