The Virginia Department of Transportation is reporting many roads across Central Virginia are slick, with patches of snow and slush from the light snow that has fallen overnight.  Interstate 64 in Albemarle and Louisa counties are reported wet but clear of snow.

In Fluvanna, Greene and Louisa counties, primary and secondary roads are reported clear, although motorists should still drive cautiously since local conditions may change as the precipitation continues, VDOT warned

VDOT crews across central Virginia are working across the region to apply salt and sand to roads to increase traction and help melt the snow. Roads will be plowed when snow accumulation allows. Crews will continue working this morning until the roads are clear.

Motorists are advised to continue to use caution while driving, particularly early this morning while temperatures hover near freezing. They should reduce speed and allow extra time for travel, VDOT said. Stay alert for slick conditions, especially on bridges, ramps and overpasses, which tend to freeze first. Roads at higher elevations and those to the west, near the Blue Ridge Mountains, are also most likely to be slick this morning.




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