Staunton Snow Information
Check here for the latest updates during snow storms.
(4:15 a.m. Thursday, March 22)
Early spring snow followed by a hard freeze overnight has led to some icy roads in the Shenandoah Valley and Alleghany Highlands. Roadways that were wet or slushy after being plowed on Wednesday may be icy for the Thursday morning commute. Interstates and most primary roads are clear, but secondary routes are in minor to moderate condition.
The Virginia Department of Transportation crews and contractors continue to plow and treat roads throughout the Staunton District, where snowfall totals ranged from three to 11 inches. Motorists should be alert for snow-removal equipment and give crews plenty of room to work.
Here are the road conditions as of 4:15 a.m. Thursday in the 11-county VDOT Staunton District:
Interstate 64 – Clear in Alleghany, Rockbridge and Augusta counties.
Interstate 66 – Clear in Warren County.
Interstate 81 – Clear in Rockbridge, Augusta, Rockingham, Shenandoah and Frederick counties.
Primary roads – Minor conditions in Highland County. Clear in Alleghany, Bath, Rockbridge, Augusta, Rockingham, Page, Shenandoah, Frederick, Clarke and Warren counties.
Secondary roads – Moderate conditions in Shenandoah and Frederick counties. Minor conditions in Alleghany, Bath, Rockbridge, Highland, Augusta, Rockingham, Page, Clarke and Warren counties.
Latest Travel Alerts
Road conditions can change quickly, so closely watch local forecasts and check 511virginia.org for the latest, real-time road conditions.
Local Emergency Resources
The Staunton District maintains almost 14,000 lane miles of interstate, primary, and secondary roads in Alleghany, Augusta, Bath, Clarke, Frederick, Highland, Page, Shenandoah, Rockbridge, Rockingham and Warren counties.
The following cities and towns maintain and plow their own roads: Berryville, Bridgewater, Broadway, Buena Vista, Clifton Forge, Covington, Elkton, Front Royal, Grottoes, Harrisonburg, Luray, Lexington, Staunton, Strasburg, Waynesboro, Winchester, and Woodstock.
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