Saturday, December 25, 2010


West Virginia Wakes Up To White Christmas

Most of West Virginia woke up to a white Christmas Saturday morning as much of the state picked up 1 to 2 additional inches of snow overnight Friday. This was the first white Christmas in Charleston since 1999 and the first one in Huntington and Parkersburg since 1993. Places in West Virginia on Saturday morning with the most snow, old and new, were Canaan Valley and some of the mountains around Richwood in Nicholas County. Ken Batty, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Charleston, says a large storm dropping significant snow in North Carolina on Saturday afternoon will move up the East Coast over the next couple of days, most of it remaining east of the Charleston area. Snow showers from the storm could continue through Monday night, and several inches of snow could fall in much of the state by Monday afternoon.

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