With snow making it's way back to the valley, workers at the West Virginia Division of Highways are ready to take on old man winter.
Plow drivers will be out tonight and early tomorrow morning clearing the roads with salt and plows around Wood County.
Regardless of what we get, they'll be ready.
"We're still out, we come out, if it saying it's going to snow, we're here just in case it does. We're on standby, what's called standby. Our trucks are ready to go and roll, if it's during the daylight hours, we go out and do other jobs," says Highway Administrator, Curtis Richards.
DOH reminds drivers to give the plow and salt trucks plenty of room so they can do their job.