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January 21
Wake County Emergency Management Monitors Forecast for Snow, Ice

Weather forecasters predict a mix of wintry precipitation, including ice and snow, will fall across central North Carolina, beginning as early as Friday morning. Wake County Emergency Management personnel are monitoring conditions closely and are ready to coordinate emergency response efforts if needed.

Current forecasts predict the county could see several inches of snow and up to one-half inch of ice by mid-day on Saturday, Jan. 23. Citizens should prepare for the possibility of treacherous travel conditions and power outages.

Wake County urges residents to make sure they have the necessary supplies before the storm hits. For tips on how to get ready for the winter weather, what to include in an emergency kit and how to call for non-emergency assistance in Wake County, visit ReadyWake.com.

Wake County will share the latest information on how the winter weather is impacting its facilities and services on wakegov.com. For safety tips and details on closures, follow @ReadyWake and @WakeGov on Twitter.

The Emergency Management Staff Duty Officer may be reached by leaving a message at 919-856-6480.


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