You might have gotten a shock Monday if you noticed flurries, mostly falling before noon in Sunny Cal.

It was the first snow flakes of the season in the greater Ohio Valley.

The overnight temps are predicted in the 30s, with more severe winter weather predicted for WVs higher elevations.

Last year, the winter was mild, with nary a snow day (best I can recall) for local students.

Willard Jones, who use to offer up some outstanding winter forecasts, when asked about this years winter, simply said "It will happen."

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