While the snow and ice may have melt away, what's surfaced behind them are huge potholes on our roadways.
In Pitt County crews are covering hundreds of miles of roadways to fill what mother nature has produced.
The opening in the asphalt is being covered with a rock-tar mixture instead of asphalt, called cold mix.
For those who travel down Moye-Turnage Road near Farmville, they say it's been very dangerous on the road lately.
The DOT in Greenville says they've used 12 to 15 tons of the cold mix Thursday and say with the rain Friday, it could cause more potholes to form.
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