By Maggie Susa, The Herald-Dispatch
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — If you thought the weather seemed a little too cold for October, you are right.
Kevin Law is the professor of meteorology in Marshall University’s geography department and a West Virginia state climatologist.
“As a state climatologist, I help with climate data. I provide consultations with various government agencies and researchers and give them help with climate information. I provide counsel in court trials where there have been accidents related to weather, things like that,” Law said.<
He says data definitely supports below-average temperatures for the month.
“It certainly has been a colder-than-usual fall, especially here in October,” he said. “Even here in the Huntington area, it’s been at least three degrees cooler than it normally is.” …