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A break from frozen precipitation: Cold rain falls in West Virginia Monday into Tuesday: February 2, 2004

CHARLESTON, WV - Precipitation in Charleston was in liquid form, in contrast to the past few weeks of snow and ice. Freezing rain was still a problem in and east of the mountain counties. The rain was expected to change to snow for most of the state by afternoon. Below: Rain-covered Corridor G near MacCorkle Avenue in Charleston, from Storm Highway video broadcast nationally on The Weather Channel on Tuesday.


A car splashes through standing water on Kanawha Boulevard

Storm Highway video from this event aired nationally on The Weather Channel on Tuesday (February 3, 2004).

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