Appomattox Division: 58 disabled vehicles; 49 crashes
Wytheville Division: 72 disabled vehicles; 72 crashes
Chesapeake Division: 30 disabled vehicles; 42 crashes
Salem Division: 113 disabled vehicles; 70 crashes
Fairfax Division: 104 disabled vehicles; 65 crashes
By Sunday evening, power outages in Virginia started to increase. As of 8:45 p.m., 6,057 Dominion Energy customers were without power in the Richmond and Tri-Cities area. Most of those, 5,035, were in Henrico County.
Dominion saw the largest number of outages in southeastern Virginia, where little snow had fallen, but winds were stronger. More than 8,000 customers were without power, with the largest outage in Norfolk affecting 3,448 customers.
Crews from the Virginia Department of Transportation continued treating roads Sunday afternoon to prevent ice buildup. At 3 p.m., VDOT rated the amount of snow on most Richmond-area roads as either minor or moderate, meaning snow or ice covered the road in patches or major portions. VDOT asked drivers to avoid nonessential travel Sunday night.