Winter Weather Advisory In Effect
Much of the country is in the deep freeze right now, and that record cold is impacting West Virginia. An arctic front is bringing below-zero temperatures and snow to parts of the state, and the National Weather Service says temperatures in northern West Virginia are expected to plunge to 10 to 15 degrees below zero Monday night. For the Charleston area, the National Weather Service says a winter weather advisory is in effect until 3pm today, with up to 3 inches snow accumulation, with the possibility of flash freezing tonight. NWS also issued a wind chill warning starting today at 4PM lasting till 3PM Tuesday. 15-25 MPH winds with gusts to 35 MPH are possible, creating a wind chill of -20 to -30.