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UPDATE: More snow falls on the Two Virginias

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BLUEFIELD (WVVA) - It was a snowy Friday for much of the Two Virginias.

Several inches of snow fell over much of the WVVA viewing area Friday afternoon -- though not as severe as last week's sudden snow that left motorists stranded on Interstate 77 for hours last Thursday night into Friday morning.

Viewers reported hazardous conditions on several roadways, though no major accidents were reported.

Winter Weather Advisories were in effect until 7 p.m. for Buchanan, McDowell, & Wyoming; until Midnight for Tazewell, Mercer, Bland, Wythe, Giles, Summers, Monroe and Greenbrier counties; & until 3am for Raleigh and Fayette counties.

Pocahontas County was under advisory until 7 a.m. Saturday.

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Snow showers could linger into Saturday, but most flakes will have stopped falling by Friday night.

By storm's end, most were expected to see a light snow/sleet accumulation of either 1-3 or 2-5 inches, with the highest totals possibly up to 6 being reserved for the tall mountains.

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