Expect snow to hit West Virginia throughout today

Late rainy afternoon on Monday, weather forcast is to turn to nnow by Tueaday.

By Suzanne Elliott, The Dominion Post

Morgantown should see the typical 25-30 inches this year 

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — It is anybody’s best guess what the first snowy stretch of weather will bring to the Morgantown area with the 1-3  inches predicted. 

When you woke up today — the start of the meteorological winter, which also includes January and February — you likely saw snow. The snow is expected to continue through this evening and into Wednesday.

“It will be a couple, or a few inches,” Tom Kines, a meteorologist with AccuWeather  in State College, Pa., said. “East, into the mountains, could see a foot of snow.”

Typically, the first significant snow hits north-central West Virginia after Nov. 15, said Kines, adding the timing of today’s accumulation is normal. A winter weather advisory from the National Weather Service will remain in effect until Wednesday with as  much as 3-5 inches of total accumulation possible. 

The snow is expected to end Wednesday evening. Temperatures will climb back into the 40s toward the end of the week, Kines said…

To read more: https://www.dominionpost.com/2020/11/30/expect-snow-to-hit-the-area-throughout-today/

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