A good day to stay home, if possible. VDOT says I-64, I-66 and primary highways in its nine-county Culpeper District are still snow-covered, and secondary roads are mostly in what VDOT calls “severe” condition, with deep snow accumulated and in some cases packed down on the road surface.
Rain and freezing rain is forecast to move into Central Virginia early this evening. With surface temperatures predicted to be at or near freezing many roads may be slick Tuesday evening and early Wednesday morning. […]
Rappahannock Electric Cooperative’s (REC) restoration efforts are under way as we assess damage and have crews working to repair broken lines and equipment from a winter storm of sleet, freezing rain and snow. […]
The early-spring snowstorm passing through central Virginia and the Piedmont has left 4 to 6 inches of wet snow so far. In Rappahannock County at 1 p.m. Monday, Rappahannock Electric Cooperative was reporting about 460 customers without power. Most roads in the county were reported clear. […]
Crews with the Virginia Department of Transportation will report to work at 8 p.m. in the Culpeper District to prepare for the winter precipitation that is forecast to fall across Piedmont Virginia on Sunday night and early Monday morning. […]
The Inn at Little Washington’s chicken coop weathered this week’s late-season winter storm in colorful style. Wind-whipped snow piled up quickly throughout the county, beginning in the early morning hours of Wednesday. By 7 a.m., […]
It was a heavy, wet snow and it took down trees, limbs and power lines. As of 6 p.m. Wednesday (March 6), more than 1,700 Rappahannock Electric Cooperative (REC) customers in Rappahannock County were still without power. […]
When superstorm Sandy ripped up the East Coast, it caused devastation to many human communities, but it also destroyed habitat for wildlife, including a lot of standing dead trees, also known as “snags.” […]