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Most of West Virginia is under a winter storm watch; more than 1 foot of snow is possible

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CHARLESTON, West Virginia — Most of West Virginia is under a winter storm watch.

The National Weather Service says the watch is in effect from Friday morning through late Saturday night.

The weather service says more than a foot of snow is possible in some locations, and sleet could initially mix with snow on Friday. Forecasters say accumulations could make roads impassable and topple trees and power lines.

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