CHARLESTON, W.Va. - Parts of West Virginia could see wind chills of minus 30 degrees or lower by Tuesday morning.
The National Weather Service has issued wind chill warnings for most of the state, beginning Monday evening. Temperatures are expected to fall below zero or into the single digits across the state.
Frigid temperatures expected Monday night include minus 12 degrees in Elkins, minus 9 degrees in Beckley, minus 7 degrees in Huntington and minus 5 degrees in Charleston.
Snow also is expected in some areas beginning late Sunday. Mercer, Summers and Greenbrier counties could receive 2 to 5 inches. Up to 9 inches of snow is expected in western Greenbrier County.
One to 2 inches of snow is expected in western counties.