Power crews still have worked to do after Saturday snowstorm

BECKLEY, W.Va.¬†—¬†Appalachian Power crews are out in Southeastern West Virginia working to get a handle on the amount of damage to power lines after heavy weekend snow.

As of Monday morning, the company was reporting 5,500 customers without service. Most of the outages were reported in McDowell, Mercer and Wyoming counties.

The heaviest snow accumulation out of the Saturday storm came in Greenbrier and Mercer counties where some spots got more than a foot of snow.

 

 





More News

News
Randolph County hardwood flooring plant remains open despite strike from union workers
Union workers voted to go on strike this past weekend.
February 26, 2024 - 11:00 pm
News
WVU Mine Rescue team wins international competition, again
Five teams from the U.S. and Canada competed.
February 26, 2024 - 8:15 pm
News
Saying life begins at the moment of conception, senators want 'Baby Olivia' video shown to school kids
The video begins with an image of a fetus called Olivia and then goes on to show sperm fertilizing an egg. 'This is the moment that life begins.'
February 26, 2024 - 8:04 pm
News
Former auxiliary police officer in Kanawha County gets prison time for child porn possession
Billy Griffith was sentenced to 11 years in prison Monday.
February 26, 2024 - 7:20 pm