For the first time in more than 30 years, Greensboro has gone nearly an entire winter without measurable snow.
A major winter storm is continuing to bring heavy snow, blizzard conditions and significant ice from California to the Northeast on Thursday.
The frigid Christmas storm has killed at least 24 people across the country, trapping some residents inside homes with snow drifts, and knocking out power to hundreds of thousands of homes.
Biting wind and heavy snow are expected across 17 states this week, sending temperatures plummeting as low as minus 30 F in some areas. Blizzard conditions could hit the Upper Midwest on Thursday.
Utility crews raced Saturday to restore power to tens of thousands of customers across New England and New York after a powerful storm dumped 2 feet of snow in some places.
The men's giant slalom went ahead as scheduled — albeit with a few delays and stoppages. Low visibility caused 33 skiers to fail to finish their first qualifying run.
For the third time in as many weeks, winter weather is on its way to the Triad.
Transportation officials say crews are working to treat roads ahead of snow and ice, but warned people to stay off of them.
A winter weather warning has been issued for the Triad and High Country, which could bring some snow and ice, depending on the region and the track of the storm.