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Winter Weather - Winter Storm Database

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Freeze1977-01-11
1977-01-12
A man in Wilson died in the hospital after being out all night.

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Freeze1977-01-17
1977-01-18
A woman died in Pollocksville from exposure when she fell into a ditch. A man in Spring Lake died from exposure after falling outside.

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Freeze1977-01-20
1977-01-21
A woman was found dead from cold and exposure in Clemmons when her furnace malfunctioned. Two people in Durham were found dead in a small house that had no heat from cold and exposure.

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Freeze, Snow1977-02-01
1977-02-02
February continued very cold and had several snow storms which extended damage over the area. Damage to highways and rural roads estimated $70,000,000; repairs and replacements of water systems (private and public) $30,00,000; and damage to buildings, churches, motels, and private homes $20,000,000...

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Freeze1977-02-03
1977-02-04
A woman died from exposure near Ararat.

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Ice1978-01-12
1978-01-13
An ice storm caused damage to trees, utility lines and some houses and other buildings. Ice laden trees broke utility lines and service was out in some areas for parts of 3 days. There were many automobile accidents with many injured and some killed. Also, some people were injured by falling tree...

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Ice1978-01-19
1978-01-20
A second ice storm within a week caused considerable damage to trees, utility lines, houses and other buildings. Long electrical outages left a few areas short of water. There were many injuries and a few deaths from automobile accidents. The counties most affected were: Warren, Vance, Granville,...

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Freeze1979-01-03
1979-01-04
A man in Taylorsville died of exposure in record-setting freezing temperatures.

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Snow, Sleet1979-02-05
1979-02-06
Heavy snow fell over the western two thirds of the state. There was a period of freezing rain and sleet in the southern central area. Snowfall ran from 1-2 inches in the east, 4-6 in the central, and 10 inches to over 2 feet in the mountains. There were numerous injuries from falls and car accide...

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Snow1979-02-17
1979-02-19
The snow storm began late Saturday and ended early Monday. Snow fall ranged from trace along the Coast; 6 to 8 inches on the Coastal Plain; 9 to 13 inches in the Piedmont; and 10 to 19 inches in the Mountains. Several buildings collapsed from snow on the roof. Poultry farms in Union County have n...
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