2007 starts out mild, foggy: Colder weather may be in store for early 2007
January 1, 2007
ABOVE: Dense valley fog surrounds the WV State Capitol just after midnight on New Year's Day.
VIDEO: State Capitol dome in fog: Watch Video Clip
CHARLESTON, WV - The new year started out mild, but long-range models are hinting at a colder pattern emerging by mid-January. Warm weather during parts of the winter season is not unusual for the Mountain State, and patterns can change dramatically from month to month. In the past, major winter storms have followed warm spells. While it is unclear whether the upcoming cold spell will bring with it snow and ice, it is an event worth watching.
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