Storm Central: Plummeting temperatures creating black ice nightmare for drivers

Posted at 10:29 AM, Jan 20, 2014

VDOT crews have been working around the clock to clear the main roads in the area. They've been focused on primary roads and highways for now. Ice on side streets, though, could pose a problem for school buses in the morning.

Several schools have already delayed or closed school on Friday. Click here for the full list of closings.

Could we see more snow next week? Click here to see the latest forecast.

Several power outages were reported around Hampton Roads. Click here for the most recent outage report.

If you've lost power, please call 1-866-DOM-HELP to report it.

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