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Stormy Weather Possible in Ohio Valley Next Week; Weather Links Provided
Posted on: 10/26/2012
By  Mike Cullums
 
After a cool and unsettled weekend, the area's attention will likely turn to a potentially serious weather event.
 
By the middle of next week, the middle and upper Ohio Valley could be experiencing a major weather system.
 
The National Hurricane Center says the latest storm track for Hurricane Sandy has shifted further east and inland. The current track (as of 5:00 a.m. Friday, Nov. 26) has the Parkersburg-Marietta area on the edge of a tropical or sub-tropical storm.    

Not to overstate this scenario - itís still early - but the current predicted track shows the center of Hurricane Sandy would come ashore in Delaware on Tuesday morning and move into central Pennsylvania as a tropical storm on Wednesday morning, heading toward Lake Erie. Some forecast models have the tropical storm merging with a winter storm over Pennsylvania.  
 
If such a storm track holds true, significant rises on the Ohio River may be possible late next week. WMOA News will follow developments closely next week. Tune in for updates.

Here are some links we check for frequently updated weather information:
 
 
 
 
 
 
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