The precipitation has filled in nicely over Virginia, more widespread than the models had shown throughout the day. Radar output at 8:15pm shows that snow extends through the southern Shenandoah Valley back through southern West Virginia and western areas of Kentucky and Tennessee.
We are still looking at amounts between 1-3", with the highest amounts expected in the southern portions of the Valley.
Of course we are keeping a close eye on the track of this low, as any shift could drastically alter our snowfall amounts.
Remember we will be keeping you updated live Sunday morning from 7am to 10am. We'll have brief updates on the half hour and throughout Good Morning America. Also, keep us updated on facebook! We want to see your photos and know what's going on outside your window!
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