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Drying out; cold weather and windy conditions persist

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A few snow flurries/ light snow is being spotted this morning. Majority of the area should dry out by the later morning. Clouds will continue throughout today as well as the winds. The Wind Advisory has ended, but gusts could still hit 15-25 mph.

Cooler air is continuing to funnel in. Temperatures will resemble yesterdays only in the 30s. Throughout tonight, there is a 20% chance for snow to make an appearance mainly for our northern counties and areas around 3500 feet have the best chance. Temperatures overnight will fall into the 20s and lower 30s.

Tomorrow, most of the area will remain dry, but throughout the afternoon snow will try to make an appearance for our northern counties again. Models are showing light snowfall for Western Greenbrier and portions of Pocahontas county. Snow accumulations look to be on the lighter side for those two counties Wednesday through Thursday AM. An inch or two is possible. 

NAM Model indicating light snowfall Wednesday night through Thursday morning.
RPM Model indicating higher amounts of snowfall Wednesday night through Thursday morning.

Once again, winds will pick up in speed. Gusts will average around 30-35 mph throughout tomorrow.

Wind will pick back up in speed on Wednesday.

High pressure will build in on Thursday allowing mostly sunny skies and drier weather. Throughout tomorrow and the weekend, temperatures will stay in the 40s.

Catherine Maxwell

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