You Probably Won’t Like The Updated Winter-Into-Spring Forecast For West Virginia

Last August, the Old Farmers Almanac released their winter weather predictions and the outlook for West Virginia was promising: a winter that was milder than last year. But no one could predict the one turn of events that would change it all from better to worse. You probably won’t like the updated winter-into-spring forecast for the Mountain State – and you can thank the North Pole for most of what’s to come.

Just when should we see the light on the other side of this usual frigidly cold season? Forecasts are saying it should happen by mid-to-late-April.

For a look back at a blizzard that paralyzed the Mountain State in 1978, keep reading here!


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