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LIVE: Snow, ice storm cancels hundreds of flights from North Carolina to DC

A snow and ice storm will spread from Tennessee to Maine and will continue to create dangerous travel conditions on Presidents Day.

The storm led to more than 400 canceled flights at Charlotte Douglas International Airport and Ronald Reagan National Airport as of 7:30 a.m. EST Monday morning.

Snow and ice will accumulate in Washington, D.C., Philadelphia and New York City before changing over to rain, AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Krissy Pydynowski said.

"Several inches of snow will make for slow and slippery travel and disruptions from the Appalachians to portions of western and northern New York," she said.


UPDATES: (All times are listed in EST)

9:04 a.m. EST Monday: Icy travel reported in Orange County, North Carolina:

9:01 a.m. EST Monday: I-95 northbound is closed in Cumberland County, North Carolina, due to a crash:

8:57 a.m. EST Monday: Duke University canceled all classes until 5 p.m. Monday due to the storm.

8:54 a.m. EST Monday: Durham County, North Carolina, Sheriff Michael Andrews encouraged drivers to stay off roads with these images of crashes due to the storm this morning:

8:24 a.m. EST Monday: NWS reports 9 inches of snow in Bane, Virginia, roughly 60 miles west of Roanoke:

Up to 8 inches of snow has fallen in Bluefield, West Virginia, and the NWS reported 7 inches of snow in California, Maryland.

7:59 a.m. EST Monday: An apparent crash occurred on an icy I-40 ramp outside of Raleigh, North Carolina:

7:47 a.m. EST Monday: Durham County, North Carolina, Sheriff Michael Andrews is urging motorists to stay home due to numerous accidents already reported on slippery roads.

7:44 a.m. EST Monday: Snow is covering roads in Newport News, Virginia:

7:40 a.m. EST Monday: More than 5 inches of snow has fallen outside of Fredericksburg, Virginia, according to the NWS.

7:35 a.m. EST Monday: Just over 1 inch of snow has fallen near Reston, Virginia, the NWS reports.

7:32 a.m. EST Monday: More than 390 flights have been canceled at Charlotte Douglas International Airport this morning according to FlightStats.