March 10, 2014
A cold air mass is heading toward West Virginia and some areas could see up to ten inches of snow.
Winter storm warnings have been issued from Monday afternoon through Tuesday night for Webster, Upshur, Barbour, Pocahontas, Randolph, Greenbrier, Pendleton, Grant, Mineral, Nicholas, Preston and Tucker counties.
The National Weather Service says elevations above 2,500 feet could see up to ten inches of snow. Other areas could see at least five inches.
Another ten counties in southern and northcentral West Virginia could see two to six inches of snow by Tuesday night. Winter storm advisories have been issued for these counties.