Plowing continues as conditions improve on interstates and some primary roads,  secondary roads and neighborhood streets still in severe condition with deep snow

Plowing continues as conditions improve on interstates and some primary roads, secondary roads and neighborhood streets still in severe condition with deep snow

Equipment operators and contractors with the Virginia Department of Transportation continued to plow and treat interstate and primary roads overnight. Last night, additional snow fell in many areas covering roads again. Crews and contractors are still working to plow and treat roads in 12-hour shifts around the clock. As of 4:30 a.m., motorists can expect the following road conditions for the 12-county Salem District: Interstates 77, 81 and 581 are mostly clear with isolated slick spots. The primary roads (those numbered 1-599) range from moderate to minor. These major roads throughout western Virginia are slushy and covered with snow still. Low-volume...

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