up to a foot over a foot of snow predicted for Wednesday night and Thursday, with a ‘wrap around’ effect bring more snow on Thursday night you might need to make an call for help. Some emergency resources:
First, Click on this interactive map, type in your address, and it will tell you how much snow you will get with this storm. It predicted 14.3 inches for me!
Call 9-1-1 in a true emergency
For current road conditions: cal 511 or 511Virginia.org
Report road problems: 1-800-FOR-ROADS (367-7623)
For statewide info: www.VAemergency.gov
2-1-1 Virginia is serving as the public inquiry number for Virginia residents.
#77 on a cell phone to report a traffic crash or traffic emergency
Loudoun County Sheriff non-emergency number: 703-777-1021
The Fairfax County Department of Public Safety Communications Non–Emergency phone number is (703) 691-2131 / TTY (703) 877-3715.
Loudoun Water: 571 291 7878
Fairfax Water: 703-698-5800, after hours emergency 703-698-5613
Washington Gas: 703 750 1400
VDOT has activated a web-based neighborhood tracking map that monitors the status of plowing in Northern Virginia neighborhoods when it snows two inches or more. Please visit http://www.vdotplows.org/.
To Report Power Outages:
‘Final Call’ for snow predictions:
When will the snow start falling:
Very widespread power outages: