Blizzard Warnings Issued for Parts of West Virginia
From the Associated Press:
Forecasters say the first snowstorm of the season in West Virginia's mountainous areas is going to be a blizzard.
The National Weather Service on Sunday issued blizzard warnings from midday Monday through Wednesday afternoon in 10 West Virginia counties.
The highest ridge tops could receive up to 2 feet of heavy, wet snow, along with wind gusts of up to 50 mph that reduce visibilities to zero and bring down tree limbs.
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