Travel on Rte 29 South if you must, but aren’t you better off inside?

Travel on Rte 29 South if you must, but aren’t you better off inside?

From Albemarle County spokesperson Lee Catlin: "County officials are reporting that Route 29 South is now open for its entire length into Nelson County, but warn that conditions are still very challenging and residents are discouraged from driving except when absolutely necessary."

Photos of the storm – yesterday.

On Main Street, Saturday afternoon.

Exercise is key! On Fifth and Main streets.

The Downtown Mall.

Can you see it? Yes, it’s the Amtrak station!

(Photos by Chiara Canzi)

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