Parts of state could see more than foot of snow
CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- A storm heading for West Virginia could dump more than a foot of heavy, wet snow in eastern counties.
The National Weather Service says rain will turn to snow tonight. The snow is expected to continue into Wednesday morning.
Expected snowfall ranges from 5 to 9 inches in Greenbrier County to up to 14 inches in the Eastern Panhandle and Preston and Tucker counties.
Winter storm warnings are in effect for these areas from Tuesday evening through early Wednesday morning. Pocahontas and Randolph counties also are under winter storm warnings.