Bluefield, WV (WVVA) -- After seeing freezing rain fall across the Two Virginias on Sunday, another round of winter weather moved through this morning. Heavy, wet snow fell across some parts of the area, mainly north of I-64. Snow totals west of I-77 and north of I-64 generally were in the 2-4 inch range, although there was a 6 inch report in Quinwood, Greenbrier County.
Along the Route 460 corridor and points south, cold air did not make it in time, and therefore the morning commute was a rainy one. Eventually, rain did change to snow for everyone this morning, but accumulations where it started as rain were minimal.
Black ice and slick roadways continue to be a concern for the afternoon and tonight.
There are also still many without power after the storm on Sunday, especially in Mercer and Raleigh Counties. More outages could be possible today because of the wet snow.
Be sure to visit our weather page, Facebook and Twitter pages, the WVVA Precision Weather App, and of course, tune in to WVVA News for more updates on the forecast. Also look for live coverage on the air and online Sunday as the storm hits. Please email any photos or reports on icy roads to firstname.lastname@example.org!