Travel Not Advised for Monday in the Shenandoah Valley

STAUNTON Due to a forecasted significant winter storm, travel is not advised in the Shenandoah Valley on Monday, March 3.

Neighbors are advised to shelter in place during this weather event.

Virginia Department of Transportation crews will be monitoring and treating roadways during the night and into Monday and Tuesday.

They will work 12-hour shifts, 24-hours a day with the goal of making at least one pass on all roads within 48 hours after the storm ends.

People with questions about service to their individual roads can call the VDOT customer service center at 1-800-367-7623.

Neighbors can place a service request if their road has not been plowed after 48 hours from the end of the storm.

VDOT will plow interstate and primary roads first and then the more heavily traveled secondary roads.

This storm will bring ice and heavy wet snow, making for difficult plowing operations.

Crews will work to get to neighborhoods as soon as they are able.


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