(11/27/2013)
WEATHER ADVISORY - The NWS has issued a Winter Weather Advisory in effect from 11 PM Tuesday evening to 7 PM EST Wednesday, rain through Tuesday evening, changing to snow. Snow accumulations for the region 3 to 6 inches.

Original Story - A winter storm storm is expected to drop snow across the region staring Tuesday through Wednesday.

Higher elevations and counties in the northern third of West Virginia will see more winter weather than lower elevations and southern counties.

Rain Tuesday will change to snow Tuesday through noon Wednesday.

Up to three inches of snow predicted for the region, although freezing rain could present a highway hazard.

The storm will begin to clear out around noon Wednesday, and any remnants should be gone by Thanksgiving Day.

The temperature, according to the current NWS forecast, says the temp now says the temp will drop to toward zero Thursday night.

Currently, the NWS is calling for a partly cloudy Thanksgiving Day, with a daytime warming trend, with the temperature dropping to the teens Friday night.


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