Jonas in Charlottesville

From left, Dan Spearing, John Anderson, Justin Watson and Matt Thompson continue their descent of Jarman Gap in Crozet, Virginia after the storm Sunday morning, January 24, 2016. Anderson, who owns the Crozet Running shop in the center of Crozet, runs this route that ascends all the way up to the ridge line and meets the Appalachian Trail and the Blue Ridge Parkway. These die hard runners follow this route regularly and took advantage of the empty roads after the storm left more than 18 inches of snow. Photo by Ryan Jones From left, Dan Spearing, John Anderson, Justin Watson and Matt Thompson continue their descent of Jarman Gap in Crozet, Virginia after the storm Sunday morning, January 24, 2016. Anderson, who owns the Crozet Running shop in the center of Crozet, runs this route that ascends all the way up to the ridge line and meets the Appalachian Trail and the Blue Ridge Parkway. These die hard runners follow this route regularly and took advantage of the empty roads after the storm left more than 18 inches of snow. Photo by Ryan Jones

Winter storm Jonas descended upon the area last week, blanketing Charlottesville in 15.5 inches of snow, according to weather.com. Here are some other numbers to know:

About 63 power outages in Albemarle County

5 calls to Charlottesville Police Department for car accidents

3 calls to CPD for disabled vehicles

41 calls to CPD for hazards, namely calls about disabled vehicles in the roadway

3 cars towed for road hazards in Charlottesville

31 cars towed from emergency snow routes in Charlottesville

0 fatalities in Charlottesville and Albemarle

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