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First snowfall in WV arrives early: Wintry precipitation develops from strengthening northeastern storm: October 25, 2005

ABOVE: Snow falls in Weston, West Virginia on Monday night.

EXPEDITION VIDEO: October snow in Weston on Monday night, WMV 3.1MB

WESTON, WV - As a major storm develops on the northeastern coast of the US, the system is bringing the first snowfall to parts of West Virginia. Snow fell in the mountain counties of the state through the day on Monday, and spread into central and northern counties by nightfall. Accumulations of up to 3 inches are expected in the higher elevations by early Tuesday.

BELOW: Scenes from the snowfall in Weston, West Virginia on Monday night.

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The developing northeastern storm is a rare, complex system consisting of a merger of Hurricane Wilma, the remnants of Tropical Storm Alpha and a low pressure system over West Virginia. The storm is expected to cause strong winds, high surf and flooding along the coast, as well as inland flooding and heavy snow in the northern Appalachian mountains.

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