Everything You Need to Know About Potholes in Virginia

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It's officially pothole season! As Virginia's fluctuating winter temperatures rise and fall, moisture in our roadways expands and contracts. Add in snow and ice, salt, and the continual passing weight of heavy cars and trucks. By late winter and early spring, that cycle of precipitation and stress result in a bloom of car-eating craters!

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What is an Ice Dam and What to do if You Have One

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They're pretty and kids love to play with them. But if you've got giant icicles hanging from your roof, it may mean trouble.

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Virginia Winter Storm Survival Guide

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Whether you're new to Virginia or lived here for some time, we have some super helpful information to help you prepare and protect your family this winter!

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SAFE & SOUND: 5 Ways to Drive Safely in Snow and Ice

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We all know the safest thing to do when snow or ice is in the forecast is to just stay put. But the fact is Virginia’s climate is notoriously fickle. This dangerous mix is a constant possibility during winter and sometimes can't be avoided. And except for our neighbors in southwest VA, most Virginians don't get regular practice. That's why it's important to stay aware of the latest weather updates in the southwest and north and central...

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