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Autumn thunderstorms hit West Virginia: Rare October lightning display seen in parts of state: October 18, 2004

ABOVE: Lightning in Huntington on Monday night, from Storm Highway video on The Weather Channel this Tuesday.

HUNTINGTON, WV - Bright lightning, loud, booming thunder, street flooding, soaking downpours - in October? It happened on Monday night in parts of West Virginia as a strong storm system began moving across our region. More storms are possible throughout this week. Below: From Storm Highway video on The Weather Channel this Tuesday: in Huntington, lightning flickered in the sky and people waded through a flooded downtown street. Cars plowed into flooded roadways. In Charleston, rain and fog dampened the city earlier in the day.

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