Triangle Interstates were clear Tuesday afternoon, and DOT crews began working on state highways and some secondary roads with salt and sand.
“They’re worn out,” Gov. Bev Perdue told reporters at a DOT maintenance yard in Raleigh. “A lot of people have worked 24 hours, 36 hours. But the bottom line is we’ve done it and done it fairly well all over the state. There are still some back roads that are really icy.”
Perdue urged drivers to stay off the road tonight.
“If you’re out and about, be very careful. We know it will refreeze tonight and the roads will be very dangerous. So if you can, go home early or stay home. And start again tomorrow when the weather looks a bit better.” ... [MORE]