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                   Tuesday, October 13, 2009 - 8:32AM

Mountain snow likely this weekend

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Models seem to finally be in better shape about bringing the first snow and subfreezing temperatures to the West Virginia mountains. Snow could begin falling as early as Friday in the highest northern mountains, and slowly spread southward over the weekend.

GFS 850mb temps/Rh for Saturday

GFS temps for Sunday

The chances for measurable accumulations are better in the northern mountains into Maryland and the Pennsylvania Alleghenies. Farther south (around Beckley), surface temperatures below 3,000 feet will probably be too warm for anything to stick. However, I wouldn't be surprised to see Flat Top pick up a dusting.

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