012014 WinterPrecipOnset

We could begin seeing winter weather develop across our area about 8 a.m.

Wintry precipitation will begin over West Virginia about 4 a.m. and the storm will gradually work its way east, according to a new graphic produced by the National Weather Service. The region should be seeing snow by 10 a.m. and it could accumulate anywhere between four and eight inches, according to the weather service’s most recent text forecast.

The heaviest snow will fall midday and then taper off by evening.

The graphic shows a 24-hour clock, so 13 equals 1 p.m, 14 is 2 p.m. etc. 

*Graphic: National Weather Service