Snow falling across the Piedmont-Triad

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WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. -- The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory until 4 p.m. Tuesday for most of the Piedmont-Triad.

The highest snow accumulations will be in the southeastern corner of the state, but some southern counties in our viewing area may see around 1 inch of snow.

The snow is already starting to stick to roads which will likely affect the morning commute.

Winston-Salem police are already responding to four wrecks primarily along Business 40 and U.S. 52.

Here are the latest snow fall totals in inches from the National Weather Service:

  • Pfaftown: 2.0
  • Winston-Salem: 1.5
  • Stokesdale: 1.5
  • Kernersville: 1.0
  • Greensboro: 0.8
  • North Raleigh: 0.7

FOX8's Michael Spears is in Winston-Salem on Interstate 40 westbound where the snow is picking up and sticking to the roadway.

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