...PATCHY BLACK ICE EXPECTED BY EARLY FRIDAY MORNING...
TEMPERATURES ARE EXPECTED TO FALL BELOW FREEZING LATE TONIGHT. ANY
WATER RUNNING OFF OR LEFT STANDING FROM THE RAIN AND LIGHT SNOW
WE RECEIVED LATE THURSDAY WILL FREEZE ON UNTREATED ROAD SURFACES
DURING THE PRE-DAWN HOURS FRIDAY. PATCHY BLACK ICE CAN BE
EXPECTED, ESPECIALLY ON SECONDARY ROADS AND RESIDENTIAL STREETS,
DURING THE MORNING COMMUTE ON FRIDAY. TEMPERATURES ARE EXPECTED TO
CLIMB BACK ABOVE FREEZING AROUND 11 AM.
GALLERY: Scenes from the surprise snow
Photos by Anne Thompson, Lee Blann, Paulette Mojica, Lisa Wall, Chrissy Murphy and Justin Epley
Burke County residents were treated to surprise snowfall on Friday morning as moisture moved through the area and temperatures were just right to produce snow. The snow covered surfaces and offered a scenic scene for the first snowfall in 2020.