Monday's snow has frozen on some roads, overpasses and bridges in the Triangle, making the morning commute hazardous for early drivers.
North Carolina DOT crews are salting roadways Tuesday morning, but several vehicle accidents have been reported.
A major accident on Interstate 40 westbound near Harrison Avenue involving at least three cars caused a slow down Tuesday morning. Traffic was backed up past Wade Avenue.
There was another accident on westbound Interstate 40 between Hammond Road and South Saunders Street.
There are some reports of black ice on bridges in Fayetteville.
Several North Carolina school systems changed their schedules for students and staff Tuesday.
▪ Wake County Public Schools on three-hour delay.
▪ Johnston County Public Schools are closed for all students and staff.
▪ Durham County Public Schools on two-hour delay.
▪ Orange County Public Schools on three-hour delay.
▪ Chapel-Hill Carborro City Schools on two-hour delay.
▪ Harnett County Schools on two-hour delay.
▪ Nash-Rocky Mount Public Schools on two-hour delay.
▪ Wayne County Schools classes are canceled for students , but staff may report after 12:00 to make up time.
▪ Franklin County Schools on two-hour delay.
▪ Chatham County Schools on two-hour delay.
More than three inches of snow and sleet accumulated in parts of central North Carolina. Amounts were smaller in most parts of the Triangle, and most parts of Wake County an inch or less.
The Triangle is under a winter weather advisory until 10 a.m. Warmer temperatures late this morning and this afternoon should melt most of the wintry precipitation, the National Weather Service says.
This is a breaking news story. It will be updated.