Road crews across the D.C. area are working hard to clean up after a storm dumped several inches of snow across the region.
A snow emergency went into effect at 7 a.m. in the District, which allows transportation workers to clear snow emergency routes curb to curb. Violators face a $250 ticket, a $100 tow and a $25-per-day fee until they pick up their vehicles.
Snow stuck to roads across the area, reducing visibility to one half-mile or less at times as the snow fell. The combination of snow-covered roads and low visibility made traveling dangerous.
Transportation officials are asking people to stay off the roads.
If you are wondering whether snow plow crews have been to your neighborhood, you can check their progress online.
Using VDOT's Snow Plow Tracker, you can see in real time when the trucks are clearing your neighborhood. In the District, there's a "Snow Response Reporting System." While is isn't a live GPS tracker, it does update frequently.
Below are some other snow plow trackers you can use: