REIDSVILLE, N.C. -- In most of the Triad Monday morning, consistent rain and temperatures hovering around freezing have created slick roadways for drivers heading out on their morning commutes.
Icicles accumulated on trees and signs in Reidsville, where roadways were coated in water from rainy conditions. Many drivers there were seemingly heeding caution and taking care to drive slower and maintain adequate following distances between them and the cars in front of them.
Power outages were among the greatest concerns heading into early Monday morning. Duke Energy reported as of 6:30 a.m., there were 128 power outages in Stokes County and two in Guilford--down from the more than 1,300 outages reported there Sunday afternoon.
Several school districts in the Triad are operating on a two-hour delay. For the latest, visit the closing/cancellations page and sign up for WFMY News 2's mobile alerts.
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