EYEWITNESS LOCAL NEWSBELOW-ZERO TEMPERATURES
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Residents In Some Mountain State Spots Experience Below-Zero Temperatures
Reported by: Associated Press
Web Producer: Jeff Morris
Also Contributing: Doug Harlow
Reported: Feb. 18, 2013 10:35 AM EST
Updated: Feb. 18, 2013 10:56 AM EST
Charleston , Kanawha County , West Virginia
Residents in parts of West Virginia woke up to below-zero temperatures on Washington's Birthday.
The National Weather Service said Glady in Randolph County was the coldest spot in the state Monday morning. The temperature was minus 7.
Kumbrabow State Forest and Elkins-Randolph County Regional Airport both reported minus-5 temperatures.
Snowshoe Mountain in Pocahontas County reported an overnight low of minus-4.
In the Eyewitness News viewing area, lows dipped to the teens Monday morning, but Eyewitness News Meteorologist Doug Harlow said temperatures would rebound with the high in the afternoon hitting the 50s. Tonight should be cloudy and rainy with a low near 40.
Meanwhile, the forecast for the Eyewitness News viewing area for the week should be quiet, with high temperatures fluctuating between the 30s and 50s.
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