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                   Saturday, January 24, 2009 - 11:57PM

Major midweek winter storm

By DAN ROBINSON
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MODEL GRAPHIC: GFS forecast snow totals through Thursday

My personal forecast for the upcoming week looks sleep-deprived with a heavy use of hand and foot warmers.

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The following comments were posted before this site switched to a new comment system on August 27, 2016:

Hi Dan, so it looks like your in for 6 - 8 inches. One question, have the snow levels decreased in your life time where you live. I can remember 35 years ago here in the UK we would get falls of 10 - 12 inches on a regular basis, now we get virtually nothing.
- Posted by Mick from United Kingdom
I don't think it's decreased much. I'm a little biased, because I moved from Pittsburgh, PA to Charleston, WV 16 years ago. PA was much colder and snowier than WV is, but that's mainly because I'm 200 miles farther south. In constantly watching the weather, it looks like the big snows still happen regularly, but just not in the same places.
- Posted by Dan R. from Charleston, WV

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