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                   Wednesday, January 2, 2008 - 2:06AM

Snowstorm update - 2AM Wednesday

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Charleston saw barely a dusting Tuesday afternoon with round one of this New Year's snow event, but more is on the way. Beckley was reporting thundersnow during the early evening, so while keeping a cautious eye on Charleston, I headed up there to see what I would find.

I encountered some extremely heavy snow on I-64 near the airport, slowing to 25mph in white-out conditions with only the guardrail to mark where the pavement was - but I saw no lightning. Back outside now for the next round of snow in Charleston, slated by all of the models to start any moment now. You can watch the snow accumulate here on the StormCam live feed.

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