After yet another day of winter weather in the Triangle, warmer temperatures are expected to give area residents at least a brief break from the cold.
Thousands of children in the region rely on school for at least one meal a day, and losing eight days of school meals put a strain on many families. Local food pantries expect the repercussions to linger for weeks.
As the weather slowly warmed Saturday in Raleigh, trash trucks rolled, the power flickered back in the last darkened homes and nonprofits tended to those isolated by last week's snowstorms.
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