CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Students across West Virginia are getting a Valentine's Day treat from Mother Nature.
Schools are closed in more than two dozen counties today, a day after a winter storm dumped as much as 2 feet of snow in parts of the state.
The storm proved to be a nuisance mostly on the roads, where driving conditions became hazardous in many areas Thursday and snowfall measurements of a foot or more were common.
Storm totals compiled by the National Weather Service included 2 feet in the Pendleton County community of Cherry Grove, 19 inches in Millville in Jefferson County and Lehew in Hampshire County, and 18 inches in Harman in Randolph County.
No storm-related deaths were reported and major utilities Appalachian Power and FirstEnergy said only scattered outages occurred.