BLUEFIELD (WVVA) - Winter Storm Warnings and Winter Weather Advisories expired Tuesday afternoon across the Two Virginias as this early Spring snow storm winds down. Snow began Sunday morning for many across Pocahontas, Greenbrier, Summers, Monroe, & Giles counties and it started Sunday night and Monday morning for everyone else. Snow totals in the higher elevations of Greenbrier and Pocahontas counties reached a foot or more. Snowshoe, WV reported 12 inches as of Tuesday morning.
Many towns reported snow Monday and Tuesday mornings and then melting in the afternoons. Icy and snow covered road conditions caused school closings and delays along with several accidents again Tuesday morning.
Scattered snow showers linger Wednesday, but with little to no additional accumulation, except in the mountains where another 1-2 inches is possible. Conditions continue to improve Wednesday with less snow expected through the day.
Only a few rain or snow showers are expected Thursday as the storm finally pushes away from the area. Sunshine and warmer temperatures follow into the weekend.
Be sure to stay connected with WVVA.com for the latest developments. Updates to the forecast are also available on Twitter and Facebook -- and by downloading the WVVA Weather App for Android devices, your iPhone or iPad.
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