About 8,200 without power in W.Va. after storm
CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Utilities are working to restore electricity for about 8,200 customers in West Virginia following a winter storm.
Appalachian Power says another storm expected Tuesday could complicate efforts to restore power.
About 7,800 Appalachian Power customers in southern West Virginia are without electricity as of Tuesday morning, including about 5,500 in Mercer County.
Mon Power reports about 370 outages in northern West Virginia.
The National Weather Service says snow is likely across the state on Tuesday, with 3 to 5 inches expected in the mountains.