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Chapel Hill Road in Burlington.

Chapel Hill Road in Burlington.

N.C. Department of Transportation crews across the state have been working in areas where snow and ice have coated the roadways but officials are asking the public to stay off the roads and use extreme caution if you must travel.

As of 11:15 a.m., DOT officials said across the state were 1,002 trucks, 191 graders and 524 contract trucks/graders.

Alamance, Caswell, Guilford, Orange and Rockingham counties, according to the N.C. DOT:

Crews have been working on bare pavement routes overnight and are making progress. They will continue to concentrate on bare pavement routes until clear.  Interstates are pretty consistent. Crews salted early and plowed off the snow multiple times. They should start secondary roads by this afternoon but may not get to all today. They will continue to push secondary roads until the snow no longer pushes off the roads because of temperature.

Davidson, Davie, Forsyth, Rowan and Stokes counties:

Crews worked interstates and primaries overnight, salting and plowing, so the interstates are in good shape. Crews have begun plowing on some secondaries in some locations. The plan for today is to finish interstates and primaries and concentrate efforts on the secondary roads.

Visit http://myfox8.com/2015/02/25/live-updates-on-the-winter-storm/ for additional road reports.

Salt truck in ditch in Greensboro.

Salt truck in ditch. Teague Lane in Kernersville.

Downtown Winston-Salem

Downtown Winston-Salem