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NC weather: Windy, cool Monday with possible ice cold on the roads after Sunday’s winter storm

RALEIGH, NC (WTVD) - A winter weather forecast remains in effect for large parts of central North Carolina until 6 p.m.

This announcement is the latest gasp in the winter storm that dropped some snow and ice across the state Sunday. The storm caused hundreds of car accidents and knocked out power to thousands of people.

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The worst power outages in North Carolina happened in the Sandhills. Moore County still had more than 10,000 people in the dark Monday morning.

Ice-cold roads are blamed for a crash that killed two people on I-95 in Nash County. The NC Highway Patrol said Latron Williams ran off the road and hit several trees Sunday. He and his passenger Katie Janta both died in the crash.

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NCDOT continues to work on improving road conditions, but some slippery spots are still possible. In fact, ABC11 Traffic Tracker Kim Deaner follows several crashes around the Triangle. Tune in to ABC11 for live updates.

Temperatures will remain cold, but mostly above freezing on Monday. However, it will be a windy day with sustained winds around 10 miles per hour and gusts up to 20 mph.

It will make it feel like it's about 10 degrees colder than it actually is outside.


On Wednesday, temperatures will rise to the 50s. Then some of the season's coldest air moves in on Friday, bringing another chance for some snow. Stay with the ABC11 First Alert Weather Team this week as Friday's snow forecast becomes clearer.

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