(WSPA) — Snow and dropping temperatures could create dangerous driving conditions.
The area is under a winter weather advisory, while a winter storm warning has been issued in several counties across the Upstate and western North Carolina until noon Wednesday.
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Early Wednesday morning, Spartanburg County roadways were wet.
Corporal Bill Rhyne with the S.C. Highway Patrol warned those surfaces could turn slick as temperatures drop.
Rhyne cautions people to stay home if they can. For those who must drive, he says to give yourself extra time to reach destinations, slow down and leave plenty of space to stop between yourself and the driver ahead of you.
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