Some parts of the state is getting a taste of fall, while other sections will see signs of winter.

National Weather Service Meteorologist Ken Batty says, "The cold front moving through should be reaching the I-79 corridor, Morgantown to Charleston by dawn Saturday."

Locally, Sunday night and early Monday the temperature will drop into the 30s, and likely again Monday night.

"Seeing those first snow flakes this time of the year in the high terrain is really not that unusual for the Mountain State. We haven't seen any yet, so it's almost due," said Batty.

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