Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Winter weather expected for western Virginia

Is anybody ready for snow? A winter weather advisory has been put into effect for Highland County for up to two inches of snow today.

The SWAC area is under a wind advisory with cold northwest gusts up to 45 mph and snow flurries possible from lake-effect snow. SWAC Husband saw snow flurries yesterday as he drove around Harrisonburg. Temps today and tomorrow will again be in the mid-40s but with the brisk wind it feels much colder.

WHSV TV-3 reports:
VALLEY - High temperatures will be in the 40's for Tuesday and Wednesday. Overnight lows will be near freezing. We have a chance of rain and possibly snow Tuesday night. Windy and cold conditions stay with us through Wednesday, but the sun returns on Thursday and things warm back to the 60's for Halloween.

WEST VIRGINIA - Cooler temperatures and a chance of some rain, and higher elevation maybe even snow through Wednesday morning in the higher elevations, there could be one to two inches of accumulation. Warmer weather will return to end the week.
The woodstove is going ... it's chilly out there!

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