Wednesday, January 30, 2013

For tonight, continued breezy with temperatures falling into the upper 20s/low 30s. Precip will changeover to snow around 1 AM and linger into at least early afternoon in the high mountains of West Virginia. Less than an inch of snow is expected to fall in the lowlands and much of that will melt away! In the mountains, we could see 2 or 3" accumulation by Thursday morning. Continue to monitor possible rising water levels in your area overnight/Thursday. Also watch for slick spots as you head out the door on Thursday. Any standing water on roadways/overpasses will freeze overnight. We'll keep the cold air and occasional snow for Friday and Saturday. Temperatures Friday night will get down to about 10°! We'll have trouble breaking above freezing this weekend! Here's the snowfall forecast through early Sunday morning. 2-5" in the lowlands with another couple of inches in the higher elevations...not written in stone of course, but that's something for you to go on!