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Light snow causes problems in parts of West Virginia

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — A few dozen wrecks were reported on and around the I-64 corridor between Huntington and Charleston following a light now that began just as morning rush hour was getting started Wednesday morning.

The dusting created slippery conditions on elevated services. Traffic was backed up on interstate in several areas because of the wrecks.

Meteorologists with the National Weather Service said the snow would be gone by mid-morning with afternoon temperatures moderating in the mid-40s. Thursday is forecasted to be dry with warmer temperatures and rain expected Friday.

There were a few school districts closed on put on delay because of Wednesday’s snow.

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