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Snow returns to the mountains: 3 to 11 inches of accumulation seen overnight: April 1, 2004

BECKLEY, WV - Moderate snowfall affected the mountain regions of West Virginia starting Thursday afternoon, mainly at elevations above 2000 feet. Winter storm watches and warnings were in effect for most of the mountain counties in eastern WV, with up to 12 inches of snow possible in the northern portions of the higher elevations. The Canaan Valley region reported 11 inches of snow by Friday morning. Below: Snow covers car windows in Beckley, from Storm Highway video on The Weather Channel on Thursday and Friday.


Snow flies in front of pine trees along Harper Road

Storm Highway video from this event aired nationally on The Weather Channel on Thursday and Friday (April 1 and 2, 2004).

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