Storm Highway by Dan Robinson
Weather, photography and the open roadClick for an important message

Snowstorm brings winter back to WV: Snow accumulations highest this season for most areas: February 12, 2006

ABOVE: A classic winter scene surrounds the New River Gorge Bridge in Fayette County, where over 6 inches of snow fell from this weekend's storm.

By DAN ROBINSON
Editor/Photographer
25 Years of Storm Observing
Important Message
Dan's RSS/XML feed
Dan's YouTube Video Channel

FAYETTEVILLE, WV - A Nor'easter storm affected West Virginia with the highest storm total accumulations so far this season for many parts of the state. The Charleston area saw 3 to 5 inches of snow, while some of the mountain regions saw 7 inches or more.

The snowy landscape may be short lived, as temperatures will rise into the 40s and 50s by the end of the week with a warm rain forcast on Friday.

BELOW: The storm created a winter wonderland in the New River Gorge (click thumbnails for larger views):

25 Years of Storm Observing
Important Message
Dan's YouTube Video Channel
Dan's Twitter feed
Dan's RSS/XML feed

This web site is made possible by support from CIS Internet.
CIS Results-Oriented Internet Marketing

GO: Home | Storm Expeditions | Photography | Extreme Weather Library | Stock Footage | Blog

Featured Weather Library Article:

How lightning works
Does it go up or down? A detailed description of lightning from start to finish.
More Library Articles

All content © Dan Robinson. All usage requires a paid license - please contact Dan for inquiries.

Web Site Design and Internet Marketing by CIS Internet