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                Saturday, January 6, 2007 - 2:55AM    Storm Highway blog RSS/XML feedStorm Highway Twitter FeedStorm Highway Facebook page

Snow!

By DAN ROBINSON
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Models are suggesting the strong possibility of a good snow event for the central Appalachians starting Monday into Wednesday. So far this season, every time I've posted about a possible snowstorm, nothing has happened. This time, however, the precip/cold temperature indications are quite strong, especially for Tuesday - suggesting at least 1 to 3 inches in Charleston and 3 to 6 or more in Beckley and the mountains. Something to watch.

In case you are wondering, the timestamps on yesterday's and today's posts are not typos - I really am awake at 3AM and posting to this blog at the exact same time for the second day in a row.

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