Sleet and snow piled next to the road in downtown Charlottesville.
Tractor-trailer left the highway on Route 29 near Beverly Ford Road in Culpeper County.
The side of the tractor-trailer that left the road on route 29.
Virginia State Police at the scene of the accident.
The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) stated that thousands of crew members had deployed until Sunday, January 13, statewide after the winter storm.
The VDOT reported minor to moderate conditions along most interstate highways, as well as primary and secondary roads.
Primary roads have been cleared in Charlottesville, with snow plows heading to residential and secondary roads to clear snow and snow off the road.
The Charlottesville Public Works teams will work all night on Sunday to plow the remaining streets of the city.
Back at the City Operations Center, Public Works employees continued to monitor the state of the city's streets as well as incident reports.
"He never does what we think he's going to do, so it's an hour-by-hour view of what we have to do to react, so we're always adapting to the situation and know how to apply the resources as necessary." said Charlottesville. Director of Public Works Paul Oberdorfer.
Public works said they will continue to monitor road conditions at night as temperatures drop. There will be potential to refreeze overnight.
The Virginia State Police had their hands full to respond to weather-related accidents throughout the state.
From Saturday, January 12 at 11:59 p.m., the soldiers responded to more than 324 traffic accidents.
VDOT plans to have all roads pbadable within 48 hours after the end of the storm.