CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WCHS/WVAH) — A winter weather advisory remains in effect until 7 p.m. Wednesday for multiple counties in West Virginia with the chance of snow showers and squalls and additional accumulation possible.
The National Weather Service said the advisory includes Lincoln, Kanawha, Mingo, Logan, Boone, Clay, McDowell, Wyoming, northwest and southeast Raleigh, northwest and southeast Fayette, northwest and southeast Nicholas, northwest and southeast Webster, northwest and southeast Pocahontas and northwest and southeast Randolph counties.
In Kentucky, Lawrence County also is included.
The weather service said total snow accumulation of 1 to 2 inches is possible along the lowlands with amounts to 3 inches across the higher hilltops and 3 to 5 inches across portions of the higher terrain and mountains.
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Slippery road conditions are possible with the temperature on Wednesday not making it above freezing.
Eyewitness News Meteorologist Brandon Stover said quieter weather is expected Friday and Saturday, but the big question mark is what happens Sunday into Monday. Forecasters are keeping their eye on an East Coast storm that could have some impact, depending on what track it takes.
Right now, the greatest concentration of that storm from Saturday night into Monday could be just south of Interstate 64. The latest model shows parts of western North Carolina and Southern West Virginia may be in the bullseye of the heaviest snow, freezing rain and sleet.
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