Our current doppler radar image at 11pm Tuesday shows some light showers approaching our area from the south and west. Look for a few sprinkles here and there for our Wednesday, but a good chunk of the day will be dry. It will be quite overcast though.
The Great Appalachian Snowstorm of 1950 dropped some of the heaviest snow totals from a single storm in West Virginia history. Happening on the last week of November during Thanksgiving week, Parkersburg recorded 34" of snow, while Pickens received an astounding 57". That's almost 5 feet of snow! To this day, it is West Virginia's snowiest month on record.