I understand that we're late in the winter season, and we're all tired of snow, but really that's no excuse to drop the ball.
For the first time this season, the roads have been genuinely bad the day after the snow. Did everyone just up and decide not to plow roads anymore? Because I can tell you, Culpeper=not plowed at all. 29=half plowed in random places. Probably more due to the amount of cars running over the road than actual plowing. 66=thankfully clear. Chantilly=partially plowed on some main roads.
What gives? This is not the most snow we've gotten this season, so I don't understand why everyone has just decided to not bother plowing the roads this time. It's dangerous.
Oh, and just an update for terrible drivers, again. if someone is slowing down and stopping to make a left-hand turn from the left lane it is not necessary to stop dead in the right lane. All you do by stomping on your breaks is almost cause several accidents.
We're scheduled for snow again next week. Die, weather, die.