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Slick surfaces, cold temperatures and gusty winds for Monday

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Snow will continue to be scattered throughout the day. If heading out today be aware of slick travel conditions along with poor visibility as some times!

Temperatures for most of the area will stay below freezing or hover right around freezing, so icy conditions are still possible even this afternoon. Winds will remain gusty at around 20-30 MPH giving the illusion of even colder temperatures.

Wind chill values will be in the teens and 20s for most throughout the day.

A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY is issued for western Greenbrier county until 12 PM this afternoon.

Accumulated snow totals throughout today and Tuesday will be highest in western Greenbrier and Pocahontas counties (2+ inches). Can expect 1-2 inches along the ridgeline with a trace to one inch elsewhere.

Overnight scattered snow is still possible. Temperatures will fall into the 20s for most. Winds will still be breezy with gusts hitting around 20-25 MPH. Still be careful for slick surfaces!

Throughout tomorrow we keep up with the stronger winds and chances for snow. At times snow will be mixed with rain and freezing rain as temperatures will try to warm above freezing. Temperatures tomorrow will hit in the mid 30s. Snow is still possible to play a role into this work week.

Catherine Maxwell

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