Asheville snow: Road conditions as charge coats some WNC roads; city streets swampy – Asheville Citizen

ASHEVILLE – Roads in many of Western North Carolina were fast removing sharp Saturday dusk as a gait of layer increased.

Automated trade information from a state Department of Transportation shortly before 9 p.m. showed trade relocating on Interstates and other categorical roads around a region, though generally during a slower gait than normal.

A pile-up sealed a left line of westbound Interstate 40 a mile west of a Hendersonville Road exit (Exit 50), DOT reported during 9 p.m. It has been cleared.

Downtown streets were swampy during 7:40 p.m., and sleet was entrance down during a good clip.

A contributor who gathering from downtown to Fairview commencement during 8:15 p.m. found travel lanes on Interstate 240 mostly transparent though with sleet between lanes and on exit ramps and shoulders. Charlotte Highway, numbered U.S. 74-A, was usually swampy in some places and white in others. Back roads were commencement to turn white.

Snow approaching to raise adult Saturday night

An emergency dispatcher pronounced roads in Henderson County were removing sharp during 7 p.m.

At that time, there was about an in. of sleet on a belligerent in Hendersonville and in southern Buncombe County. The belligerent was white in downtown and easterly Asheville during 8:15 p.m. though a abyss of a sleet was still minimal.

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DOT pronounced roads in Transylvania County were lonesome with sleet and ice. In addition, U.S. 441 is sealed between Cherokee and Gatlinburg, Tennessee, in Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

Road conditions opposite Western North Carolina

Here is a county-by-county demeanour during highway conditions, according to DOT’s programmed trade information website:

Avery: U.S. and N.C. routes, transparent with probable icy spots; delegate roads, transparent with probable icy spots.

Buncombe: Interstates, partially lonesome with sleet and ice; U.S. and N.C. routes, partially lonesome with sleet and ice ; delegate roads, partially lonesome with sleet and ice.

Cherokee: U.S. and N.C. routes, clear; secondary roads, clear.

Clay: U.S. and N.C. routes, transparent with probable icy spots; delegate roads, transparent with probable icy spots.

Graham: U.S. and N.C. routes, clear; delegate roads, clear.

Haywood: Interstates, transparent with probable icy spots; U.S. and N.C. routes, transparent with probable icy spots; delegate roads, transparent with probable icy spots.

Henderson: Interstates, lonesome with sleet and ice; U.S. and N.C. routes, lonesome with sleet and ice; delegate roads, lonesome with sleet and ice.

Jackson: U.S. and N.C. routes, clear; delegate roads, clear.

Macon: U.S. and N.C. routes, transparent with probable icy spots; delegate roads, transparent with probable icy spots.

Madison: Interstates, clear; U.S. and N.C. routes, clear; delegate roads, clear.

McDowell: Interstates, clear; U.S. and N.C. routes, clear; delegate roads, clear.

Mitchell: U.S. and N.C. routes, clear; delegate roads, clear.

Polk: Interstates, transparent with probable icy spots; U.S. and N.C. routes, transparent with probable icy spots; delegate roads, transparent with probable icy spots.

Rutherford: U.S. and N.C. routes, transparent with probable icy spots; delegate roads, transparent with probable icy spots.

Swain: U.S. and N.C. routes, clear; delegate roads, clear.

Transylvania: U.S. and N.C. routes, lonesome with sleet and ice; delegate roads, lonesome with sleet and ice.

Yancey: U.S. and N.C. routes, clear; delegate roads, clear.

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