Here are Tuesday conditions from counties across the area:
MECKLENBURG: Freezing rain left a sheet of ice on all surfaces overnight. Main thoroughfares are mostly wet, but all secondary roads are ice-covered.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools and nearly all private schools closed. Other school closings: UNC Charlotte, CPCC, Johnson & Wales University, Johnson C. Smith University, Charlotte School of Law, and Queens University of Charlotte.
Charlotte city offices open at 11 a.m. County offices closed. Courts are closed. Library system is closed. Huntersville town offices closed.
Charlotte Area Transit System has altered a number of routes, and buses are not servicing neighborhood streets, in many cases. For a full list of changes, check http://charmeck.org/city/charlotte/cats/alerts/Pages/inclement.aspx
No garbage/recycling collection Tuesday due to ice. Solid Waste department hopes to resume service Wednesday.
ABC stores will reopen at 11 a.m. Tuesday. The YMCA branches will reopen at 10 a.m., in most cases.
ANSON COUNTY: 6.5 inches of snow. U.S. 74 is snow-covered but passable. Secondary roads are treacherous, and travel is discouraged. A few power outages reported, especially south of Wadesboro. Crews worked throughout the night to clear main roads.
County offices closed. District and Superior courts closed. South Piedmont Community College closed. Public schools closed.
ALEXANDER: 2-3 inches of snow. Schools are closed Tuesday. YMCA closed.
BURKE: 3-4 inches. I-40 is mostly wet, with some icy spots. Main roads are wet to slush-covered. Secondary roads are hazardous.
Schools closed Tuesday.
County government offices open at 10 a.m.
CABARRUS: 4-5 inches. I-85 is mostly wet, with some icy spots. The same is true for U.S. 601, U.S. 29 and N.C. 49. Other roads are more hazardous. A dispatcher warned that most roads are very icy. Crews worked all night on the roads.
Cabarrus County Schools and Kannapolis Schools closed.
County government offices open 11 a.m. YMCA opens 10 a.m.
CALDWELL: 3 inches. Roads bad. Considering the conditions, we've been lucky, an emergency communications dispatcher said.
CATAWBA: 3.5 inches. I-40 passable, and other major highways are passable but treacherous. Police report 15 wrecks in the county over the past 24 hours.
Schools (Catawba County, Hickory City and Newton-Conover) closed. Head Start will not operate.
15 snow plows trying to clear roads in Hickory. No garbage or recycling collection today.
CHESTER (S.C.): 5 inches. I-77 is mostly wet, with some icy spots. Other main roads are mostly wet, with some icy spots. Several hundred power outages reported, with nearly 1/4 of an inch of ice accumulation.
County government offices closed.
CHESTERFIELD (S.C.): 5-6 inches across the county. Roads are very bad, and travel is discouraged. Significant ice accumulation overnight.
CLEVELAND: 4-5 inches. I-85 mostly wet, with some icy spots. Same for U.S. 74.
Schools closed. Cleveland Community College closed. Gardner-Webb University closed.
GASTON: 4-5 inches. I-85 wet to slush covered. U.S. 321 and U.S. 74 also mostly wet with some icy spots. Conditions worse on other roads. Some ice accumulations reported, especially south of Gastonia.
Schools closed. Belmont Abbey College closed. Gaston College closed.
Kings Mountain town offices closed. Bessemer City town offices open 10 a.m.
Daniel Stowe Botanical Gardens closed.
IREDELL: Ranges from 3 inches near Statesville to 4 inches near Lake Norman. I-77 and I-40 mostly wet with some icy spots. U.S. 70 and U.S. 21 also wet with some icy spots. Other roads icy and snow covered in spots.
Authorities report a number of wrecks overnight, mostly caused by ice, but there were no serious injuries.
Iredell-Statesville Schools closed. Mooresville Graded Schools closed. Mitchell Community College closed.
Superior Court closed.
LANCASTER (S.C.): Snowfall ranges from 5 inches in Indian Land, to 6 inches in Lancaster, to 7 inches in Kershaw. Roads are snow-covered and slippery in spots. Significant ice accumulations reported, up to 1/4 inch. Several hundred power outages.
Schools closed. USC-Lancaster closed.
County government closed. Lancaster City government closed.
LINCOLN: 3 inches measured in the Westport community. Main roads mostly wet, with snowy and icy spots.
Schools closed Tuesday.
McDOWELL: 3-4 inches. Main roads wet with some icy spots. Secondary roads snow-covered.
County government offices closed. Courts closed.
MONTGOMERY: 3 inches. Main roads wet with numerous icy spots. Secondary roads snow-covered in spots and treacherous.
Government offices open at noon.
Schools closed. Montgomery Community College closed.
RICHMOND: 6-7 inches. U.S. 74 is snow-covered in spots, but some lanes are passable. Other roads treacherous. Up to 2/10 of an inch of ice reported, with a few scattered power outages.
Schools closed. Richmond Community College closed.
County government offices open 10 a.m. Courts closed.
ROWAN: 3 inches measured at Enochsville, in southwest part of county. Main roads wet with some slush and icy spots. Secondary roads icy in spots.
County offices will open at 10 a.m. Tuesday. Salisbury city offices open on one-hour delay.
Schools closed. Catawba College closed. Livingstone College closed.
Transit system not operating.
RUTHERFORD: 4-5 inches. Roads snow-covered in spots.
STANLY: 3-4 inches. Roads snow-covered in spots, but main roads have been cleared, with some icy spots. A state road crew was brought in to work through the night on heavily traveled roads.
Schools closed. Stanly Community College closed.
County government offices open 10:30 a.m. Superior and District court offices closed.
YMCA opens 10 a.m.
UNION: 3-4 inches. Main roads wet with some icy spots. Secondary roads wet in spots but also snow-covered in spots and treacherous. Up to 1/4 inch ice reported, with about 1,000 power outages, mostly near Waxhaw and Mineral Springs.
Courts closed. Indian Trail town offices open 11 a.m.
WATAUGA: 1 inch. Roads hazardous.
YORK: 4-6 inches. I-77 and other major routes are wet with some icy spots. Secondary roads are hazardous, and travel is discouraged.
All public schools closed. Winthrop University closed. York Tech closed.
County government offices closed. Library system closed.