Tag: winter storm
Forecast winter weather in the Shenandoah Valley region may produce wet snow and slush for the morning commute.
With the arrival of the first significant winter storm of 2017, the Virginia Department of Health offers tips for staying safe in the snow.
Governor McAuliffe’s declaration of a state of emergency has triggered Virginia’s anti-price gouging statutes.
Gov. Terry McAuliffe declared a state of emergency and urged residents of the Commonwealth to prepare for impacts from a winter storm system.
Gov. Terry McAuliffe urged Virginians to prepare for a major winter storm, which could result in up to one foot of snow in southeast Virginia.
With a winter storm bearing down on Virginia, Washington and Lee law student Alan Carrillo wasn’t concerned with whether he had enough milk and bread.
Virginia public safety officials continue to urge Virginians to stay off of the roads as the Commonwealth’s response to severe winter weather goes on.
With the arrival of Winter Storm Jonas looming, Eastern Mennonite University has postponed all of its scheduled athletic events for the weekend.
The Virginia Department of Transportation is fully engaged in preparations for the season’s first winter storm.
Virginia’s Anti-Price Gouging Act prohibits a supplier from charging “unconscionable prices” for “necessary goods and services” during the 30-day period following a declared state of emergency.
I’m aware that, technically, we’re about a month into winter, but December and the first week or so of January was an early spring.
The City of Staunton is preparing for an impending snow storm forecasted to begin Friday and continue at least into Saturday.
Most of Virginia is likely to experience a significant winter storm this Friday and Saturday. People should take actions now to be ready for possible power outages and challenging road conditions.
Farmers need to prepare for power outages, threats to livestock and poultry, and structural or crop damage, that can accompany a strong winter storm.
Due to an anticipated winter storm, Thursday’s refuse and recycling pickup at residences and in the Central Business District have been rescheduled for Saturday.
Due to the winter storm in the Harrisonburg area, James Madison University has postponed tonight’s home men’s basketball game against the College of Charleston until Sunday at noon at the JMU Convocation Center.
Virginia Department of Transportation crews and contractors continue to plow and treat roadways throughout the Shenandoah Valley as the President’s Day snow storm continues throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia. Roads remain treacherous and travel is not recommended.
The Virginia State Police is advising all motorists to delay travel plans for tonight and/or Tuesday morning, as roads will be treacherous.
Governor Terry McAuliffe declared a state of emergency today, an action that authorizes state agencies to assist local governments in responding to the winter storm that is sweeping across the commonwealth today through tomorrow morning and is expected to blanket many parts of the state with 3-14 inches of snow.
Governor Terry McAuliffe announced tonight that Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) crews are prepared and ready for a statewide winter storm that is expected to bring significant snowfall across Virginia beginning Monday morning.
As the East Coast hunkers down for what stands to be a blizzard of historic proportions, workers, motorists, school children and businesses can rest assured that snowfighters will be on the job to get roads cleared and keep them safe.
A Winter Weather Advisory in effect for Augusta County, Staunton and Waynesboro through 6 p.m. Monday has the area in line for two to four inches of snow, with another one to three inches possible overnight Monday.
The Virginia Department of Transportation has begun anti-icing operations throughout the Staunton District in advance of Friday’s forecast winter storm.
The National Weather Service and the Virginia Department of Emergency Management have set Nov. 30-Dec. 6, 2014, as Winter Preparedness Week.
Winters in Virginia often are cold, snowy and icy and bring extended power outages.