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Logan has warming centers on standby for anticipated winter storm

LOGAN The Logan County Office of Emergency Management announced Warming Centers are on standby in advance of coming winter storms.

The Logan County Resource Center, located at the for 84 Lumber location at Peach Creek, Tracy Vickers Community Center and Cora Volunteer Fire Department are all on standby to be activated as warming centers.

The National Weather Service has placed all of West Virginia under a Wind Chill Watch as a winter storm system from early Friday morning through Christmas Eve afternoon.

Wind Chill Watch will be in effect from 3 a.m. Friday to 1 p.m. Saturday.

National Weather Service Meteorologists say arctic winds will move in early Friday morning bringing with them snow but it will be quick-moving.There could be one to three inches of snow but it’s the dropping temperatures that are of concern. It will be in the teens for most of the day Friday across West Virginia with temperatures dropping to near zero Friday night.

Anyone needing assistance with transportation when these centers are activated please contact Logan Emergency Operation Center at 304-752-7662 or 911 for help.

West Virginia Governor Jim Justice upgraded his previous State of Preparedness to a State of Emergency for all 55 counties Thursday

Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear declared a State of Emergency Wednesday

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