Started: December 13, 2000 at 5 pm EST
Ended: December 14, 2000 at 5 am EST
|Low pressure moving northward through the Tennessee River Valley brought abundant moisture into western North Carolina, initiating a cold air damming event for the region. The progressive surface high for the event was centered over New England. Light freezing rain began to fall across the far western zones early in the afternoon of the 13th, and by late afternoon in the east, continuing through the evening, producing 1/4 inch of glaze. Numerous accidents were reported on icy roads along with several injuries. Significant ice accumulation was limited to bridges, overpasses and a few secondary roads, which had several accidents.
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