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North Carolina recovers quickly from latest winter storm that prompted some schools to delay

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RALEIGH, North Carolina — North Carolina seems to be recovering quickly from the latest winter storm.

The National Weather Service on Friday canceled a winter weather advisory for the central part of North Carolina. The advisory had warned of the dangers of black ice. It was still in effect until noon for most North Carolina's mountains.

Schools in many parts of the state were opened two or three hours later than usual.

Duke Energy reported no significant power outages, with only about 230 customers losing service.

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