A couple more inches of snow are on the way, and the Virginia Department of Transportation is warning drivers to take care while traveling Wednesday, Thursday and Friday morning.
VDOT has been pretreating roads in the Williamsburg area and is also mobilizing to treat the roads once the snow starts to fly, according to a VDOT news release.
Hampton Roads is expecting between one and four inches of snow in most areas.
Low temperatures overnight Thursday and Friday may cause any snowmelt to refreeze.
In snowy or icy conditions, VDOT recommends drivers lower their speed, keep a safe distance from other vehicles and allow plenty of time to reach their destination.
Drivers should also give the right of way to slow-moving equipment such as snowplows.
Current road conditions are available at www.511virginia.org, through the free mobile app or by phone. Once snow accumulations reach approximately two inches, the location of many snow plows can be found online via VDOT’s Snow Plow Tracker.