BRIDGEPORT, W. Va. (WDTV) - A new storm system Thursday will bring another chance for snow. However, most locations will see precipitation begin as rain. Temperatures should rise into the middle 40s Thursday (upper 30s and lower 40s in the mountains). Colder air will be sweeping through from the northwest to southeast. This will enable rain to turn to snow as temperatures drop.
By sunset Thursday or just after, it should be cold enough for snow. About half of the event looks to be rain and the last half, snow. If temperatures drop faster than expected, more snow would be possible. If it doesn't happen until later, less snow would result. A snow forecast will be given when the situation becomes clear about the time of the change.
Another chance for light accumulations on Sunday. A similar setup, but temperatures should be a little colder. While snow could turn to rain at times, it looks to be more snow than rain. However, there looks to be less total moisture to work with for this storm and snow totals would be much less than those that are possible Thursday into Friday.