Virginia DOT: Winter Weather Coming to Richmond Area

Virginia DOT | I-95 Exit Guide

Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) crews are out once again pre-treating select roadways as more winter weather is expected to bring snow to the Richmond District, especially in the northern and western part of the district on Friday morning, January 19. Priority is given to interstates, primary roads, and high-volume secondary routes.  

Today, crews will be applying saltwater brine to roadways throughout the day and evening in Goochland, western Hanover, Amelia and Powhatan. Motorists should maintain a safe distance and use caution around brining vehicles as they must travel at 35 miles per hour to ensure the brine solution is absorbed by the roadway.  

The safest place during a winter storm is indoors. Motorists should stay off the roads during severe weather and use extreme caution if travel is necessary. Plan travel around the forecasted weather event, as slick roads and rapidly changing conditions are possible.  

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