Snow and sleet falls across the mountains and foothills early Sunday morning and the Piedmont saw some freezing rain

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Snow and sleet fell across the mountains and foothills early Sunday morning and the Piedmont saw some freezing rain.

Several Piedmont counties had been under a Winter Weather Advisory, which expired at 12 p.m. Sunday.

Counties near the Virginia state line, including Surry, Stokes and Rockingham, were under the advisory until 2 p.m.

Most the freezing rain fell across the Triad between 7 and 10 a.m. and turned to cold rain by 11 a.m. Ice is light across the region.

Multiple churches in the area are closed or delayed on Sunday. Click here for the full list, updated every five minutes.

The western section of the FOX8 viewing area saw a cold rain from Forsyth County to the mountains.

Bridges, overpasses, stairs, stair railings and some spots on the roads could be slick.

Sunday night into Monday morning will have partly cloudy skies with lows in the upper-20s to lower-30s.

Any leftover moisture on the roads Monday morning could turn into ice, which could result in isolated slick spots on Monday morning.

Monday afternoon will be sunny and warm with highs in the low to mid-40s.

Tuesday will be sunny and warmer with lows in the mid-20s and afternoon highs in the lower-50s.

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