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Topic - Justin Lane
"It's kind of an appetizer, you can say. The main storm, it's really just starting to get its act together," Lane said. "We're going to get slammed. It's a matter of the details. But it's unavoidable at this point that we're going to see a major winter storm over the area."
Lane said the sand hills and southern Piedmont could get up to a half-inch of ice, and freezing rain could fall along the Interstate 85 corridor.