The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) continues preparation for forecasted heavy rain, winds and flooding in southeastern and coastal Virginia that may occur when the regions begin seeing impacts from Hurricane Dorian. VDOT continues to closely monitor the forecast and conditions, and crews are prepared to respond to any unsafe traveling conditions and damage resulting from the storm.
Hurricane Dorian could potentially bring coastal and inland flooding, storm surge, damaging winds and prolonged power outages. The storm is expected to impact the southeastern and coastal Virginia areas through Friday, and travel may be difficult in affected areas during that time. It is important for residents and motorists in the storm’s path to be weather aware, and regularly seek official updates on conditions.
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