2007 storm season arrives in Appalachia: Strong to severe storms move across state
March 14, 2007
ABOVE: Cloud-to-ground lightning in Ripley on Wednesday evening.
CHARLESTON, WV - The first thunderstorm event of the year for West Virginia affected most of the state on Wednesday. Several clusters and lines of storms moved northeast across the region starting in the mid-afternoon and lasting through the evening. Wednesday's storms were stronger than average for a March thunderstorm event, with large hail being reported in many locations.
Winter will make a brief return from Thursday through the weekend, before another warmup takes hold by the middle of next week.
BELOW: A partial rainbow over Charleston after the storm's passage.
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