CHARLESTON, W.Va. — It looks like there could be a little bit of snow in West Virginia on Christmas Day.
A cold front is expected to arrive along with some moisture.
National Weather Service Charleston Bureau Staff Meteorologist Tony Edwards said it’s probably not going to be a lot of snow.
“For some places I think there will be some snow in the air whether mountains or lowlands,” Edwards said. “It certainly should be cold enough. It’s just a matter of if there will be enough moisture.”
Edwards said trying to predict snow five or six days out is always tricky business. He said a lot of things could happen to change the forecast. He said, as it looks right now, any snow would be light.
Holiday travelers heading to West Virginia from the south may hit some bad weather in other states, Edwards said.
“They could deal with snow further in the south,” he said.