Current Road Conditions for Major Highways

Road conditions refer to the impact on area roads due to the weather. For information about driver-alert zones due to construction, click here.

Bookmark this page for easy access to road condition information for all Interstate and Appalachian Corridor routes within West Virginia. Special notices for the other primary and secondary roads are also included. This list is updated throughout the day, as changing conditions require.

NOTICE: Highway conditions are subject to change with weather conditions. Observe caution when driving in wet or freezing conditions. Maintain a safe speed and increase following distance.

Current Road Conditions can also be obtained toll-free at 1-(877) WVA-ROAD.

This is the West Virginia Department of Transportation Road Report for :

Major Closures | Interstates | US Routes | Ski Areas | And Primary-Secondary Routes

Updated Wednesday, February 6, 2002 @ 10:30 AM

Major Highway Closures due to accidents/incidents

None

Report for Interstates

I-64
Huntington to Charleston

clear

I-64
Charleston to Beckley (WV Turnpike)

clear

I-64
Beckley to Sam Black

Clear

I-64
Sam Black to the VA Line

clear

I-68
Morgantown to Cheat Lake

Clear

I-68
Cheat Lake to the MD Line

Clear.

I-70
Wheeling Area

Clear.

I-77
VA Line to Princeton

clear

I-77
Princeton to Beckley (WV Turnpike)

clear

I-77
Beckley to Charleston (WV Turnpike)

clear

I-77
Charleston to Ripley

clear

I-77
Ripley to the Ohio Line

Clear.

I-79
Charleston to Frametown

Clear.

I-79
Frametown to Weston

Clear

I-79
Weston to the PA Line

Clear

I-81
Martinsburg I-81

Clear

Report for US Routes

Top

US 19
Beckley to Summersville

clear

US 19
Summersville to I-79

clear

US 33
Weston to Elkins

Clear.

US 50
Parkersburg to Clarksburg

clear

US 119 (Corridor G)
Williamson to Logan

Clear.

US 119 (Corridor G)
Logan to Charleston

clear

US 460
Princeton/Bluefield Area

Clear.

Report for Ski Resort Areas

Top

US 33 – WV 32
Elkins to Canaan Valley

clear

US 219
Elkins to Snowshoe

clear

WV 92 – WV 39 – US 219
White Sulpher Springs to Snowshoe

clear

Top

Report for Primary – Secondary Road

Primary and Secondaries roads are mostly clear. When driving in adverse weather conditions, slow down, increase your following distance, and always wear a seatbelt. Highway conditions are subject to change with weather conditions.

WARNING: West Virgina State Law requires the use of seatbelts by all Front Seat passengers and any other occupant under 18 years of age. Headlight usage is also required during any driving conditions in which fog, smoke, rain or other unfavorable atmospheric conditions are present.