Winter makes a strong return: Despite the calendar, cold and snow make headlines
April 7, 2007
ABOVE: Heavy snow on I-77 near Ghent on Saturday morning, with a temperature of 17°F.
CHARLESTON, WV - An unusually cold out-of-season air mass is impacting most of the country this week. Many areas of West Virginia saw rare April accumulations ranging from 1 to 4 inches. Consecutive freeze warnings were in effect for many nights, as temperatures dropped into the 20s. Readings in the teens were recorded in the mountains. A return to warmer weather is in the forecast for later next week.
BELOW: Snow covers flowers and signs in the Charleston area on Friday and Saturday.
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