MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - Snow removal crews in the Eastern Panhandle are on standby for more snow.
West Virginia Department of Highway officials said their workers have been working around the clock and willing to log more hours if needed. They say have been working continuously cleaning the state roads and highways.
They say they're bracing for more accumulation. Officials are asking the public to stay off the roads for their safety and so they can also remove the snow with efficiency.
"If it is coming, we are ready," said Ronald Allen, West Virginia Department of Highways. "I do have a night crew here again tonight. We do have a plenty of braces, all of the equipment is running."