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February 2014 Winter Storm Pax

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Although Winter Storm Pax had a crippling effect on Forsyth County and most of North Carolina, emergency responders continuously provided emergency services to their communities. Many essential local services continued, enabling our community to slowly, but surely, surface from the mounted wintry precipitation.

Ice Accumulation Totals for Winter Storm Pax, courtesy of NWS-Raleigh

Ice Accumulation Totals for Winter Storm Pax, courtesy of NWS-Raleigh

Snow Accumulation Totals from Winter Storm Pax - courtesy of NWS-Raleigh

Snow Accumulation Totals from Winter Storm Pax – courtesy of NWS-Raleigh

North Carolina Department of Public Safety Press Releases for Winter Storm Pax

2/11/2014  State Prepares for Third Winter Blast in a Month

2/12/2014  Governor Urges Public to Stay Off Roads, Prepare for Potential Power Outages

2/12/2014  Governor Stresses Importance of Staying Off Roads

2/13/2014  Removing Abandoned Cars from Travel Lanes

2/13/2014  Governor Stresses Continued Need to Stay Off Roads

2/13/2014  Winter Storm Update – February 13, 2014

2/14/2014  Two Pedestrian Fatalities, I-40 Wake County

2/14/2014  Governor Thanks Emergency Responders as Conditions Return to Normal

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