While the weather in the greater Peninsula area has been more rainy and dreary than snowy this weekend, the weather has had some impact.
- Mathews County Public Schools announced that schools will operate on a two-hour delay Monday.
- Gloucester County offices and courts will operate on a two-hour delay, opening at 10 a.m. Monday. Schools will operate on a two-hour delay as well.
- New Kent County Public Schools will be closed Monday. County offices will open at 10 a.m.
- King Williams County Public Schools will be closed Monday.
Check back here to see if any other closings or delays in the area are announced.
Busy day for state police
The Virginia State Police has kept busy today, responding to crashes and disabled vehicles across the state.
Through 5:30 p.m., Sunday, troopers have been called to 324 traffic crashes and assisted 196 disabled or stuck drivers, according to a news release.
Police have been busiest in Richmond and Northern Virginia, which have seen more snow than Hampton Roads. In Hampton Roads, state police reported there have been 49 crashes and 21 disabled vehicles.
One local crash has been fatal. Stephanie D. Jefferson, 27 of Norfolk, spun out about 8 a.m. on I-64 in Norfolk. Her Chevrolet Cruze hit another vehicle and then a jersey wall, police said. Police said she was not wearing her seat belt. She died at the hospital.
The Virginia Department of Transportation and state police to avoid traveling Sunday and to be aware of potentially refrozen roads Monday.