HIDE Winter Weather Advisory issued December 10 at 3:12PM EST until December 11 at 11:00AM EST by NWS Greenville-Spartanburg
...HAZARDOUS ROAD CONDITIONS EXPECTED TO LINGER ACROSS MUCH OF
THE AREA THIS AFTERNOON THEN WIDESPREAD BLACK ICE TONIGHT AND
.Although the wintry precipitation has ended across the region
and temperatures have warmed above freezing across all but the
high elevations of the North Carolina mountains, some secondary
roads remain snow and ice covered, especially across western
North Carolina. Temperatures are expected to fall below freezing
shortly after sunset this evening, and then remain below freezing
until mid-morning to noon on Tuesday. This will allow most
secondary and untreated roadways to re-freeze tonight, leading to
widespread black ice. Conditions will improve Tuesday as
temperatures climb back above freezing. More problems will
develop Tuesday night as temperatures are forecast to fall below
...WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 11 AM EST
* WHAT...Widespread black ice expected.
* WHERE...Portions of the northwest Piedmont and northern
foothills of North Carolina, and the central and southern
mountains of North Carolina.
* WHEN...Until 11 AM EST Tuesday. Untreated and secondary road
surfaces will re-freeze after sunset this evening, leading to
widespread black ice. Conditions will improve during late-
morning on Tuesday when temperatures warm back above freezing.
* ADDITIONAL DETAILS...The hazardous conditions could impact the
Tuesday morning commute.