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Winter weather advisory slated through today for eastern West Virginia


The Journal

A city of Martinsburg snow plow truck works to clear off snow along W. King St. Tuesday morning in Martinsburg.
(Journal photo by Ron Agnir)

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — Heavy snow continues to blanket much of the Eastern Panhandle, where up to 14 inches was expected through this evening, according to forecasts.

The National Weather Service issued a forecast of heavy snow for the region, with accumulations between 8 and 14 inches.

The storm began overnight Tuesday and is expected to last until 8 p.m. tonight.

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