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Early spring in early January?: Rain, fog and a few thunderstorms accompany above average temperatures: January 2, 2004

CHARLESTON, WV - A complex and potent weather system moving through the region coupled with above average temperatures is also bringing a few chances for midwinter lightning and thunder to the Mountain State. The potential for thunderstorms will continue through the weekend for West Virginia, Ohio and Kentucky. Scattered lightning strikes were recorded across West Virginia on Thursday night and Friday morning. Temperatures will hover in the sixties over the weekend before falling to seasonal levels before the work week begins.

Storm Highway video from this event aired nationally on The Weather Channel on Friday (January 2, 2004).


Rainy morning on Capitol Street in downtown Charleston, from Storm Highway video shown on The Weather Channel on January 2.


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