My favorite Doppler radar site,http://www.intellicast.com/IcastPage/Loa...mp;prodnav=none
has been showing a tongue of snow in a sea of green (rain) all day. It is located to the east of Canaan Valley along the VA/WV border, which means it is east of the highest range of mtns. I don't understand this; why would it be colder over a lower range that is closer to the ocean? Also, this NWS forecast,http://www.erh.noaa.gov/forecast/MapClick.php?CityName=Davis&state=WV&site=PBZ
has been showing the temp. at Elkins hanging at 37-38 deg. all day, in fact it was 40 at 11 PM last night.
Were it not for Chip's report,http://www.whitegrass.com/report.html
and the Sods webcam on Canaan Heights,http://www.fsvisimages.com/images/photos-large/doso1large.jpg
I would be very distressed.
I don't know of any better sources. Accuweather, in my experience, overpredicts cold and snow.