Snow moving, cold in the West Virginia Virginia News

CLARKSBURG – Sneak up the snow in one of North West Virginia Virginia starting Sunday afternoon on Monday morning, which brought about 3 inches to the region, according to Tom Kines Senior Meteorologist AccuWeather.

"It was a storm that moved from the West Coast through the Rockies and swapped snow from the Central Plains, to the east and up to the Northeast," he said.

The director of Harrison-Taylor 911, Paul Bump, said the rapid snow accumulation was a dozen disasters.

"Very poorly reported," he said.

Many of the accidents, he said, were people in a lane or roadside ditch who needed minimal assistance.

"People wanted to happen soon and it was not," he said. "There were people out there and then … he pulled back and began to accumulate. If it runs all at one time, there is only a number of trucks, so every road can not be dealt with for the first time."

Fortunately, the snow storm did not enter as predictions shown, Bump said.

Although the snow has gone on, Kines said that the cold air that followed the storm system through the area will cause a temperature to rise in the 20th through Wednesday.

Kines said the tall for Tuesday will have a shadow of 27 degrees high Monday, mostly with the skies. The top 20 temperatures will see Wednesday with 25 degrees high and skies.

The temperatures are not colder this time of year as usual for the area, he said.

"Usually we should be looking forward to upper 40s," he said. "Every day in the 20's is your highs, it's pretty special."

On Thursday, Kines said that temperatures will move over freezing with 34 degrees high, plus sun.

"The weather will be tired of Friday to Friday, giving a little rain and snow," he said.

Kines said on Friday's temperature over the freezing mark, with 42 degrees high, no snow mixing with rain will accumulate.

Over the weekend, there will be a shorter temperature in a colder temperature, with 55 people on Saturdays and on Sundays 58 and will have the possibility of rain on both days.

The jet stream, with an air ribbon is approximately 20,000 feet above the surface that informs weather systems throughout the country, which said many of the weather conditions of the area.

"It helps us to make hot air masses to the south from the colder in the north," Kines said. "When the outflow falls, it tackles Canada's air, and in this case, far south than usual, making the temperature less than normal."

The warm temperatures for this weekend will lead to the jet stream by pushing the cold air away, he said.

While the cold comes together, Kines said not to be too comfortable.

"I said in March and April that there are a couple of months since we can exceptionally need weather, but we can also get the cold air masses from Canada, as It's just like this week. Just as it's getting warmer it does not mean we're out of the woods in the weekend yet. The deepest we get in March, we have less chance (cold) but you can be much cooler and cold in March and April. "


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