More than 29,000 people without power in Piedmont Triad alone

Over 200,000 people in North Carolina were without power, N.C. Emergency Management reported at about 5 p.m. Sunday.

The numbers for Piedmont counties, as of 4:30 a.m. Monday, include:

Guilford: 8,977
Forsyth: 3,063
Randolph: 4,442
Davidson: 323
Davie: 47
Alamance: 2,633
Rockingham: 3,540
Caswell: 1,068
Surry: 2,798
Stokes: 2,412

Visit the North Carolina Department of Public Safety’s website for more snow totals from around the state.

Much of the FOX8 viewing area had a foot of snow or more, with some of the northern areas having well over a foot.

The Piedmont Triad is looking at significant impacts to travel and elevated impacts to power. Snow will make the biggest impact, but freezing rain will add insult to injury.

Gov. Roy Cooper said crews are working around the clock across North Carolina to clear the roads and help stranded drivers.

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