Snow total

By: gbrxengr, 4:18 PM GMT on February 13, 2014

14 inches on ground at 10am. Light snow falling.

Snow mostly gone

By: gbrxengr, 10:46 PM GMT on March 13, 2010

13 Mar 2010: This week most days saw highs in the 50's F, and almost all the snow is gone. Except for piles where snowplows or the wind stacked it. Of course, ground saturated and intermittent rain today brought forth flood warnings. Hopefully not too bad because the rains held off until most of the snow was gone. The ground had been covered since the last flooding in mid-January.


By: gbrxengr, 3:43 PM GMT on March 07, 2010

7 March 2010, Sunday: It is sunny and above freezing today, but we still have a snowpack in most places. Probably 6-8 inches in flat areas, but it should melt away this week.

Storm update

By: gbrxengr, 7:50 PM GMT on February 26, 2010

26 Feb 2010, Friday: As of 8am, about 4 inches of new snow in the last 24 hours. A local weather station recorded a wind gust of 25 m/s (56 mph) at about 4:15am, and frequently about 15 m/s. Reports of much deeper snow to the west of Cheat Mountain.

Warming but ground still covered

By: gbrxengr, 10:02 AM GMT on February 24, 2010

February 24, 2010: We've had several days of above-freezing temperatures; in the 40's over the weekend, but the snow pack is still 8-10 inches in most flat areas and more in sheltered spots and drifts. One problem many people are having is with ice-dams at the eaves of roofs leading to water damage in their house. The forecast is for new snowfall over the next few days. Sigh!

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I live in Green Bank, Pocahontas County, WV. It's a rural mountainous area on the Virginia line, elevation 2700 ft.

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