RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) – Some central North Carolina school districts will be closed Tuesday or operating on a delay due to hazardous road conditions stemming from Sunday’s winter weather.

The winter storm created a mess on roads across North Carolina. The state highway patrol responded to nearly 1,000 calls, including one in Nash County that killed a Myrtle Beach couple.


  • Vance County Schools will be on a 2-hour delay
  • Durham Public Schools will be on a 1-hour delay at specialty high schools and all district staff


  • Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools will be closed to students Tuesday. It will be an optional remote workday for teachers.
  • Chatham County Schools are canceled Tuesday.
  • Orange County Schools will have an at-home remote learning day Tuesday.
  • Person County Schools will have an asynchronous virtual learning day on Tuesday.

The CBS 17 Storm Team is tracking a system that could bring another round of winter weather by the end of the week.