City plows work on Martin Luther King, Jr. Way late Monday morning after Sunday's over night storm left another blanket of snow throughout the Valley. (Photo by Nikki Fox/Daily News-Record)
Utility workers tend to lines in a field near Lacey Spring Monday afternoon, after the snow stopped for the day.
(Photo by Nikki Fox/Daily News-Record)
LeeAnn West (from left), a 21-year-old Bridgewater College student, shovels the driveway of her home with her sisters Turner Ashby sophomore Lauren, 16, and BRCC student Kendall, 18, who all had the day off of school due to snow Monday. (Photo by Nikki Fox/Daily News-Record)
Mother Nature dumped at least one last snowfall on the Shenandoah Valley, with some areas receiving more than a foot of the white stuff.
Trained spotters and medial outlets that report to the National Weather Service have reported the following snowfall totals:
Augusta County: Fishersville, 6 inches as of 6:35 a.m.
Harrisonburg: 7 inches of 6 a.m.
Rockingham County: Singers Glen, 13.5 inches as of 2:19 a.m., Massanutten, 9.5 inches as of 5:10 a.m.
Page County: Honeyville, 10.5 inches as of 5:30 a.m.
Shenandoah County: West Harmony, 9 inches as of 3 a.m.