A freezing rain advisory for the Piedmont Triad expired at 9 a.m..
The same advisory will be in effect for the North Carolina mountains through 10 a.m.
Early Monday, a weak weather system brought light precipitation across northern portions of the central part of the state.
Surface temperatures hovered around freezing, though no significant amounts of freezing rain were reported.
Slick bridges and overpasses remain the primary concern for morning commuters. =
The rest of Monday is expected to be dry but cloudy with a mild wind from the southwest. The high temperature will top out at about 47 degrees across the Piedmont.
Fog could develop in the early evening, growing denser overnight.