CHARLOTTE – Snow fell during morning commutes Jan. 17 throughout the region.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools announced the day prior that its schools would be closed, while Union County Public Schools took a wait-and-see approach by issuing a two-hour delay. Once snow began falling, however, UCPS decided to close for the entire day.
The National Weather Service extended its Winter Weather Warning until 6 p.m. Wednesday, estimating the region could get as much as 3.9 inches of snow. The Greenville-Spartanburg Office cautioned commuters to be careful of black ice through Thursday morning as temperatures grew colder through the day.
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