Heavy rains move across Piedmont following Monday’s winter storm

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Heavy rain is moving across the area Tuesday morning following yesterday's snow and ice storm.

There are still some slick roads up to the north and northwest, this is where a winter storm warning is still in effect for Stokes, Rockingham and Caswell counties until noon.

Heavy rains are moving out of the Winston-Salem area, but in Greensboro very heavy rain is falling around Pleasant Garden and downtown, extending down I-40.

To the north, temperatures have been flirting with the freezing mark all morning so there may be some freezing rain near Danbury, Stoneville and Eden.

The heaviest rain is concentrated over Pittsboro this morning.

Warm air is pushing the cold air out and by afternoon, we should see some sunshine. Temperatures could reach the lower 50s.

Many schools are operating on a two-hour delay this morning. Check our complete list of closings and delays here.

We are also getting reports of downed trees and power outages throughout the Triad so use caution on your way to work.

To report an outage or to see when your power will be restored, visit Duke Energy's outage map.

Credit: Duke Energy

Credit: Duke Energy

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