Snow started falling Monday in parts of West Virginia, including in northwestern Pendleton County.
At least an inch or two of snow is already on the ground.
The wind's blowing the snow in one direction and covering only one side of trees.
Darell Warner, a county highway supervisor for Pendleton County, said people in that area are always prepared for severe weather.
"I think you'll find that people who live around here will just do what they would normally do in a regular snow storm," Warner said.
"They've got wood, they've got food, they've got gas and they're ready for it. It won't be anything out of the way or untoward toward these people."
Warner said his team will dispatch night watch crews.
Workers will monitor the snow until Tuesday at 8:00 a.m.
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