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Winter Weather Advisory Cancelled; Wind Chill Advisory Issued
Posted on: 01/20/2014
By  Mike Cullums
 
UPDATE: THE WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY WAS CANCELLED AT 3:00 P.M. TODAY (TUES.).  A WIND CHILL ADVISORY HAS BEEN ISSUED, EFFECTIVE FROM 7:00 P.M. TONIGHT UNTIL NOON WEDNESDAY.
 
The National Weather Service in Charleston has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for much of southeast Ohio and the Ohio River counties of West Virginia, in effect from 1 AM Tuesday until 1 AM Wednesday.
 
A Winter Storm Warning has been issued for the rest of West Virginia, including Morgantown, Clarksburg, Charleston, Beckley and points east.
 
Locally, the Weather Service says light snow will develop late tonight, accumulating an inch or so by dawn Tuesday, then continue most of the day, with another 1 to 3 inches of accumulation possible. 
 
In addition, a second January cold blast will arrive on Tuesday with temperatures no higher than the teens, accompanied by winds gusting to 25 MPH. On Tuesday night we’ll see lows of 5 above zero and wind chills around 5 below. 
 
Temperatures and winds are not forecast to be as fierce as during the Arctic outbreak two weeks ago, but the cold air is expected to stay with us longer. The Washington County NWS forecast indicates that we won’t see highs above 20 until Friday.
 
Stay tuned to WMOA (AM 1490) or WJAW (FM 100.9 / AM 630) for weather updates and related announcements.  
 
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