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Accumulating Snow Possible Monday Night into Tuesday

A strong storm system will bring rain late Sunday night into Monday followed by snow Monday night into Tuesday. Accumulations will occur first on grassy and elevated surfaces, but some slick spots on the roadways become possible by late Monday night and into the Tuesday morning commute. Read More >

Local Weather History For November 30th...
In 1950, the great post-Thanksgiving snow storm brought blinding snow and severe cold from the mountains, west to the Ohio River Valley. Maximum snowfall was 57 inches at Pickens. Snow depths of 2 to 4 feet common. Measured snow depths included: 46 inches at Fairmont, 36 inches at Weston, 31 inches at Morgantown and Glenville, 28 inches at Parkersburg and Buchannon, 25 inches at Wheeling. Also, winds gusted to 50 MPH with temperatures in the single digits.

 

Daily Climate Maps


Daily temperature and precipitation maps covering the past 24 hours from 7 A.M. to 7 A.M. EST/EDT. Snow depth is based on measurement at 7 A.M. of the day shown. Maps are generally updated around 10:30 A.M. each day. Ranked listings by state of the individual station reports is provided on our full climate maps page at http://www.weather.gov/rlx/climatemaps.

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Monthly Normals/Records

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Annual Climate Plots

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Charleston, WV

 

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Huntington, WV

 

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Parkersburg, WV

 

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Clarksburg, WV

 

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Elkins, WV

 

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Beckley, WV