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1 CLIMATOLOGICAL DATA SEPTEMBER 2012 VOLUME 122 NUMBER 09 ISSN GHCND Ver: 3.00-upd TEMPERATURE AND PRECIPITATION EXTREMES HIGHEST TEMPERATURE 99 SEPTEMBER 01 WALKERTON 2 NW LOWEST TEMPERATURE 27 SEPTEMBER 25+ BURKES GARDEN GREATEST PRECIPITATION MEADOWS OF DAN 5 SW LEAST PRECIPITATION 0.00 STONY CREEK 2 N GREATEST 1 DAY PRECIPITATION 3.78 SEPTEMBER 19 MT WEATHER "I certify that this is an official publication of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) It is compiled using information from weather observing sites supervised by NOAA/National Weather Service and received at the National Climatic Data Center(NCDC), Asheville, North Carolina " Director National Climatic Data Center noaa National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration National Environmental Satellite, Data and Information Service National Climatic Data Center Asheville, North Carolina

2 MONTHLY AND DIVISION SUMMARY TEMPERATURE ( F) PRECIPITATION (IN) MAXIMUM MINIMUM DEPARTURE FROM NORMAL HIGHEST LOWEST HEATING DEG. DAYS COOLING DEG. DAYS NO. OF DAYS MAX MIN >=90 <=32 <=32 <=0 DEPARTURE FROM NORMAL GREATEST 24 HOURS ICE PELLETS, SNOW MAX DEPTH ON GROUND NO. OF DAYS.10 OR MORE.50 OR MORE 1.00 OR MORE TIDEWATER 01 DISPUTANTA EASTVILLE EMPORIA 1 WNW FREDERICKSBURG SEWAGE 80.7M 57.8M 69.3M E 166E M HAMPTON UNIV HOLLAND 1 E FA HOPEWELL M NORFOLK INTL AP NORFOLK SOUTH 79.6M 61.7M 70.7M E 192E M NORTH PAINTER 2W STONY CREEK 2 N FA SUFFOLK LAKE KILBY WAKEFIELD 1NW M WALKERTON 2 NW M M M M M WALLACETON LK DRUMMOND 84.2M 54.8M 69.5M E 172E M WALLOPS ISLAND NASA TEST FACIL WARSAW 2 NW M M M WEST POINT 2 NW FA WILLIAMSBURG 2 N DIVISIONAL DATA > B B EASTERN PIEDMONT 02 ALBERTA 5N AMELIA COURTHOUSE M 58.2M 70.0M E 175E M M ASHLAND BREMO BLUFF M BUCKINGHAM CAMP PICKETT CHASE CITY CLARKSVILLE 80.0M 58.9M 69.5M E 166E M M CORBIN CROZIER FARMVILLE 2 N GREENBAY 3 NE JOHN H KERR DAM LOUISA

3 MONTHLY AND DIVISION SUMMARY TEMPERATURE ( F) PRECIPITATION (IN) MAXIMUM MINIMUM DEPARTURE FROM NORMAL HIGHEST LOWEST HEATING DEG. DAYS COOLING DEG. DAYS NO. OF DAYS MAX MIN >=90 <=32 <=32 <=0 DEPARTURE FROM NORMAL GREATEST 24 HOURS ICE PELLETS, SNOW MAX DEPTH ON GROUND NO. OF DAYS.10 OR MORE.50 OR MORE 1.00 OR MORE PALMYRA 3S PETERSBURG M RICHMOND INTL AP SANDSTON WINTERPOCK 4 W DIVISIONAL DATA > B B WESTERN PIEDMONT 03 ALTAVISTA APPOMATTOX BEDFORD 4 NW BROOKNEAL CHARLOTTE COURT HOUSE CHARLOTTESVILLE 2W CHATHAM CONCORD 4 SSW DANVILLE REGIONAL AP FREE UNION FA HOLCOMB ROCK HUDDLESTON 4 SW LYNCHBURG # LYNCHBURG INTL AP MARTINSVILLE FLTR PLT MEADOWS OF DAN 5 SW M MONTEBELLO FISH CULTURAL STN 73.3M 49.8M 61.6M E 58E M M MONTICELLO PEDLAR DAM ROCKY MT SOUTH BOSTON STUART TYE RIVER 1 SE WOOLWINE M DIVISIONAL DATA > B B NORTHERN 04 BOSTON 4 SE FA EDINBURG FRONT ROYAL FA M LINCOLN LURAY 5 E

4 MONTHLY AND DIVISION SUMMARY TEMPERATURE ( F) PRECIPITATION (IN) MAXIMUM MINIMUM DEPARTURE FROM NORMAL HIGHEST LOWEST HEATING DEG. DAYS COOLING DEG. DAYS NO. OF DAYS MAX MIN >=90 <=32 <=32 <=0 DEPARTURE FROM NORMAL GREATEST 24 HOURS ICE PELLETS, SNOW MAX DEPTH ON GROUND NO. OF DAYS.10 OR MORE.50 OR MORE 1.00 OR MORE MADISON FA MANASSAS 80.6M 57.8M 69.2M E 158E MA MT WEATHER FA PIEDMONT RSCH STN FA SOMERSET SPERRYVILLE STERLING RCS VIENNA WARRENTON 3 SE M M M M 0.0 WASHGTN DULLES INTL AP WASHINGTON REAGAN AP WINCHESTER WINCHESTER 7 SE M WOODSTOCK 2 NE 77.3M 52.9M 65.1M E 97E M DIVISIONAL DATA > B B CENTRAL MOUNTAIN 05 BUCHANAN BUENA VISTA COVINGTON FLTR PLT M CRAIGSVILLE 2 S M 0.0 DALE ENTERPRISE 76.2M 52.4M 64.3M E 84E M M GATHRIGHT DAM M GLASGOW 1 SE HOT SPRINGS LEXINGTON MILLGAP MTN GROVE MUSTOE 1 SW NEW CASTLE ROANOKE 8 N 79.6M M E 129E M ROANOKE INTL AP STAUNTON WATER TRMTMT PLT M WAYNESBORO WTP DIVISIONAL DATA > B B SOUTHWESTERN MOUNTAIN 06 ABINGDON 3S 76.4M 54.9M 65.7M E 95E FMA M BIG STONE GAP F 66.6F

5 MONTHLY AND DIVISION SUMMARY TEMPERATURE ( F) PRECIPITATION (IN) MAXIMUM MINIMUM DEPARTURE FROM NORMAL HIGHEST LOWEST HEATING DEG. DAYS COOLING DEG. DAYS NO. OF DAYS MAX MIN >=90 <=32 <=32 <=0 DEPARTURE FROM NORMAL GREATEST 24 HOURS ICE PELLETS, SNOW MAX DEPTH ON GROUND NO. OF DAYS.10 OR MORE.50 OR MORE 1.00 OR MORE BLACKSBURG NWSO BURKES GARDEN CHRISTIANSBURG CLINTWOOD 1 W COPPER HILL GALAX RADIO WBRF GALAX WTP M GRUNDY JOHN FLANNAGAN LAKE M M M M 0.0 LAFAYETTE 1 NE LEBANON M NORA 4 SSE NORTH FORK LAKE M M M MA PULASKI 2 E M RADFORD 3 N RICHLANDS SALTVILLE 1N F 65.0F M STAFFORDSVILLE 3 ENE TROUT DALE 3 SSE WILLIS M 0.0 WISE 3E F 62.9F WYTHEVILLE 1 S DIVISIONAL DATA > B B 5

6 DAILY PRECIPITATION (INCHES) TIDEWATER 01 DISPUTANTA EASTVILLE EMPORIA 1 WNW 4.23 T FREDERICKSBURG SEWAGE M T T 0.12 HAMPTON UNIV HOLLAND 1 E L FA a HOPEWELL NORFOLK INTL AP T T T NORFOLK SOUTH M T T T NORTH PAINTER 2W STONY CREEK 2 N FA L a 0.00 L 0.00 L 0.74 L a 0.00 L 0.01 L a 0.00 L 0.00 L 0.00 L L 0.50 a 0.00 L 1.08 L a 0.00 L 0.01 L a 0.00 L 0.00 L 0.06 L a 0.00 L L 0.01 a 0.00 L 0.00 L SUFFOLK LAKE KILBY T T T 0.32 WAKEFIELD 1NW WALKERTON 2 NW M 0.24 T WALLACETON LK DRUMMOND M WALLOPS ISLAND NASA TEST FACIL T 1.96 T T T WARSAW 2 NW WEST POINT 2 NW FA 0.91 T 0.16 L L 0.27 a L L 0.85 a 0.00 L 0.80 L L a 1.01 a 0.00 L L 0.02 a WILLIAMSBURG 2 N EASTERN PIEDMONT 02 ALBERTA 5N 7.37 T T T AMELIA COURTHOUSE 1 M ASHLAND T 0.05 BREMO BLUFF BUCKINGHAM CAMP PICKETT CHASE CITY CLARKSVILLE M CORBIN CROZIER FARMVILLE 2 N T T T 0.15 GREENBAY 3 NE JOHN H KERR DAM LOUISA PALMYRA 3S PETERSBURG RICHMOND INTL AP 4.08 T T SANDSTON WINTERPOCK 4 W 3.72 T

7 DAILY PRECIPITATION (INCHES) WESTERN PIEDMONT 03 ALTAVISTA APPOMATTOX BEDFORD 4 NW BROOKNEAL CHARLOTTE COURT HOUSE T T T 0.02 CHARLOTTESVILLE 2W T CHATHAM CONCORD 4 SSW DANVILLE REGIONAL AP 3.87 T T T FREE UNION FA L 0.85 L 0.17 L 0.42 L 0.86 L 0.35 L 0.00 L a L HOLCOMB ROCK HUDDLESTON 4 SW LYNCHBURG # T LYNCHBURG INTL AP 2.35 T T T T T MARTINSVILLE FLTR PLT MEADOWS OF DAN 5 SW MONTEBELLO FISH CULTURAL STN M T T MONTICELLO T PEDLAR DAM T T ROCKY MT T SOUTH BOSTON STUART TYE RIVER 1 SE WOOLWINE NORTHERN 04 BOSTON 4 SE FA L L 0.08 a L L 0.68 a EDINBURG FRONT ROYAL FA L 0.15 L 0.04 L 0.00 L 0.74 L L 0.00 a LINCOLN LURAY 5 E MADISON FA L 0.00 L L 0.58 a MANASSAS MA * 0.30 a MT WEATHER FA T L L 0.74 a PIEDMONT RSCH STN FA L 0.00 L L 0.37 a SOMERSET T SPERRYVILLE STERLING RCS 2.61 T T VIENNA WARRENTON 3 SE M WASHGTN DULLES INTL AP 2.71 T WASHINGTON REAGAN AP T T T 7

8 DAILY PRECIPITATION (INCHES) WINCHESTER T WINCHESTER 7 SE WOODSTOCK 2 NE M CENTRAL MOUNTAIN 05 BUCHANAN T 0.14 T T BUENA VISTA T COVINGTON FLTR PLT CRAIGSVILLE 2 S M DALE ENTERPRISE M GATHRIGHT DAM T GLASGOW 1 SE T T T HOT SPRINGS LEXINGTON MILLGAP MTN GROVE T MUSTOE 1 SW NEW CASTLE ROANOKE 8 N ROANOKE INTL AP T T STAUNTON WATER TRMTMT PLT T WAYNESBORO WTP SOUTHWESTERN MOUNTAIN 06 ABINGDON 3S FMA L L 1.90 a BIG STONE GAP BLACKSBURG NWSO T BURKES GARDEN CHRISTIANSBURG T 0.04 T CLINTWOOD 1 W 4.21 T T COPPER HILL GALAX RADIO WBRF GALAX WTP GRUNDY T JOHN FLANNAGAN LAKE M - * * 0.06 a * 0.49 a LAFAYETTE 1 NE T LEBANON NORA 4 SSE T NORTH FORK LAKE MA 4.31 * * * 0.18 a * * 0.55 a PULASKI 2 E T RADFORD 3 N RICHLANDS SALTVILLE 1N

9 DAILY PRECIPITATION (INCHES) STAFFORDSVILLE 3 ENE TROUT DALE 3 SSE WILLIS M WISE 3E WYTHEVILLE 1 S

10 DAILY TEMPERATURES ( F) OB.TIME MAX/MIN TIDEWATER 01 DISPUTANTA 07 MAX MIN EASTVILLE 07 MAX MIN EMPORIA 1 WNW 08 MAX MIN FREDERICKSBURG SEWAGE 07 MAX MIN HAMPTON UNIV 17 MAX MIN HOLLAND 1 E 08 MAX MIN HOPEWELL 16 MAX MIN NORFOLK INTL AP 24 MAX MIN NORFOLK SOUTH 24 MAX MIN NORTH 07 MAX MIN PAINTER 2W 16 MAX MIN STONY CREEK 2 N 08 MAX MIN SUFFOLK LAKE KILBY 24 MAX MIN WAKEFIELD 1NW 24 MAX MIN WALKERTON 2 NW 18 MAX M MIN M WALLACETON LK DRUMMOND 08 MAX MIN WALLOPS ISLAND NASA TEST FACIL 24 MAX MIN WARSAW 2 NW 18 MAX M MIN M WEST POINT 2 NW 17 MAX MIN WILLIAMSBURG 2 N 24 MAX MIN

11 DAILY TEMPERATURES ( F) OB.TIME MAX/MIN EASTERN PIEDMONT 02 AMELIA COURTHOUSE 1 08 MAX MIN ASHLAND 18 MAX MIN CAMP PICKETT 08 MAX MIN CHASE CITY 17 MAX MIN CLARKSVILLE 07 MAX MIN CORBIN 09 MAX MIN CROZIER 07 MAX MIN FARMVILLE 2 N 07 MAX MIN GREENBAY 3 NE 09 MAX MIN JOHN H KERR DAM 08 MAX MIN LOUISA 18 MAX MIN PALMYRA 3S 06 MAX MIN PETERSBURG 08 MAX MIN RICHMOND INTL AP 24 MAX MIN SANDSTON 07 MAX MIN WESTERN PIEDMONT 03 BROOKNEAL 07 MAX MIN CHARLOTTESVILLE 2W 08 MAX MIN CHATHAM 07 MAX MIN DANVILLE REGIONAL AP 24 MAX MIN FREE UNION 08 MAX MIN

12 DAILY TEMPERATURES ( F) OB.TIME MAX/MIN LYNCHBURG #2 07 MAX MIN LYNCHBURG INTL AP 24 MAX MIN MARTINSVILLE FLTR PLT 07 MAX MIN MEADOWS OF DAN 5 SW 07 MAX MIN MONTEBELLO FISH CULTURAL STN 07 MAX MIN MONTICELLO 08 MAX MIN ROCKY MT 07 MAX MIN SOUTH BOSTON 07 MAX MIN STUART 07 MAX MIN TYE RIVER 1 SE 07 MAX MIN NORTHERN 04 BOSTON 4 SE 07 MAX MIN EDINBURG 07 MAX MIN FRONT ROYAL 07 MAX MIN LINCOLN 07 MAX MIN LURAY 5 E 08 MAX MIN MADISON 08 MAX MIN MANASSAS 07 MAX MIN MT WEATHER 07 MAX MIN PIEDMONT RSCH STN 08 MAX MIN SOMERSET 07 MAX MIN SPERRYVILLE 06 MAX

13 DAILY TEMPERATURES ( F) OB.TIME MAX/MIN MIN STERLING RCS 07 MAX MIN VIENNA 07 MAX MIN WARRENTON 3 SE 08 MAX M MIN M WASHGTN DULLES INTL AP 24 MAX MIN WASHINGTON REAGAN AP 24 MAX MIN WINCHESTER 07 MAX MIN WINCHESTER 7 SE 08 MAX MIN WOODSTOCK 2 NE 07 MAX MIN CENTRAL MOUNTAIN 05 COVINGTON FLTR PLT 07 MAX MIN DALE ENTERPRISE 07 MAX MIN GATHRIGHT DAM 07 MAX MIN HOT SPRINGS 07 MAX MIN MILLGAP 07 MAX MIN MUSTOE 1 SW 24 MAX MIN ROANOKE 8 N 07 MAX MIN ROANOKE INTL AP 24 MAX MIN STAUNTON WATER TRMTMT PLT 08 MAX MIN WAYNESBORO WTP 07 MAX MIN SOUTHWESTERN MOUNTAIN 06 ABINGDON 3S 22 MAX MIN

14 DAILY TEMPERATURES ( F) OB.TIME MAX/MIN BIG STONE GAP 08 MAX MIN I BLACKSBURG NWSO 07 MAX MIN BURKES GARDEN 07 MAX MIN CHRISTIANSBURG 07 MAX MIN CLINTWOOD 1 W 07 MAX MIN COPPER HILL 07 MAX MIN GALAX RADIO WBRF 07 MAX MIN GALAX WTP 07 MAX MIN GRUNDY 07 MAX MIN JOHN FLANNAGAN LAKE 07 MAX M MIN M LEBANON 07 MAX MIN NORA 4 SSE 07 MAX MIN NORTH FORK LAKE 08 MAX M MIN M PULASKI 2 E 07 MAX MIN RADFORD 3 N 07 MAX MIN RICHLANDS 07 MAX MIN SALTVILLE 1N 07 MAX MIN I STAFFORDSVILLE 3 ENE 07 MAX MIN TROUT DALE 3 SSE 07 MAX MIN WISE 3E 17 MAX MIN I WYTHEVILLE 1 S 07 MAX MIN

15 SNOWFALL AND SNOW ON GROUND (INCHES) TIDEWATER 01 DISPUTANTA SNOWFALL EASTVILLE SNOWFALL EMPORIA 1 WNW SNOWFALL FREDERICKSBURG SEWAGE SNOWFALL HAMPTON UNIV SNOWFALL HOLLAND 1 E SNOWFALL HOPEWELL SNOWFALL SN ON GND NORFOLK INTL AP SNOWFALL NORFOLK SOUTH SNOWFALL NORTH SNOWFALL SN ON GND PAINTER 2W SNOWFALL STONY CREEK 2 N SNOWFALL SN ON GND SUFFOLK LAKE KILBY SNOWFALL SN ON GND WAKEFIELD 1NW SNOWFALL - SN ON GND - WALKERTON 2 NW SNOWFALL SN ON GND WALLACETON LK DRUMMOND SNOWFALL WALLOPS ISLAND NASA TEST FACIL SNOWFALL SN ON GND WARSAW 2 NW SNOWFALL WEST POINT 2 NW SNOWFALL SN ON GND WILLIAMSBURG 2 N SNOWFALL Snowfall: Includes snow and ice. Values for NWS stations (J index note) are Mid-Mid (LST). Snow on ground: Includes snow, sleet, ice, and hail. Values for NWS stations (J index note) are observed at 12 UTC (GMT). Water Equivalent: Given for NWS stations (J index note) only, when snow depth is 2 inches or more, and is measured at 18 UTC (GMT) 15

16 PAN EVAPORATION AND WIND EASTERN PIEDMONT 02 JOHN H KERR DAM WIND M EVAP M MAX M MIN M OR Evaporation: Is measured in hundreths of inches. Wind: Is measured in miles. Max and Min: The maximum and minimum tempertures (Fahrenheit) of the water in the evaporation pan. 16

17 INDEX OBSERVATION TIME AND TABLES INDEX NO. DIVISION COUNTY LATITUDE LONGITUDE ELEVATION (IN FEET) LOCAL STD TIME TEMP PRECIP EVAP SPECIAL SEE (NOTES) ABINGDON 3S WASHINGTON W H ALBERTA 5N BRUNSWICK W H ALTAVISTA CAMPBELL W CH AMELIA COURTHOUSE AMELIA W H APPOMATTOX APPOMATTOX W H ASHLAND HANOVER W H BEDFORD 4 NW BEDFORD W CH BIG STONE GAP WISE W H BLACKSBURG NWSO MONTGOMERY W CH BOSTON 4 SE CULPEPER W H BREMO BLUFF FLUVANNA W CH BROOKNEAL CAMPBELL W H BUCHANAN BOTETOURT W H BUCKINGHAM BUCKINGHAM W H BUENA VISTA ROCKBRIDGE W H BURKES GARDEN TAZEWELL W H CAMP PICKETT NOTTOWAY W CH CHARLOTTE COURT HOUSE CHARLOTTE W H CHARLOTTESVILLE 2W ALBEMARLE W H CHASE CITY MECKLENBURG W H CHATHAM PITTSYLVANIA W CH CHRISTIANSBURG MONTGOMERY W H CLARKSVILLE MECKLENBURG W H CLINTWOOD 1 W DICKENSON W H CONCORD 4 SSW CAMPBELL W H COPPER HILL FLOYD W H CORBIN CAROLINE W H COVINGTON FLTR PLT ALLEGHANY W H CRAIGSVILLE 2 S AUGUSTA W H CROZIER GOOCHLAND W H DALE ENTERPRISE ROCKINGHAM W H DANVILLE REGIONAL AP R PITTSYLVANIA W H DISPUTANTA PRINCE GEORGE W H EASTVILLE NORTHAMPTON W H EDINBURG SHENANDOAH W H EMPORIA 1 WNW GREENSVILLE W H FARMVILLE 2 N CUMBERLAND W CH FREDERICKSBURG SEWAGE FREDERICKSBURG W H FREE UNION ALBEMARLE W H FRONT ROYAL WARREN W H GALAX RADIO WBRF CARROLL W H GALAX WTP CARROLL W CH GATHRIGHT DAM ALLEGHANY W CH GLASGOW 1 SE ROCKBRIDGE W H GREENBAY 3 NE PRINCE EDWARD W H GRUNDY BUCHANAN W H HAMPTON UNIV HAMPTON W H HOLCOMB ROCK BEDFORD W H HOLLAND 1 E SUFFOLK W H HOPEWELL PRINCE GEORGE W H HOT SPRINGS BATH W H HUDDLESTON 4 SW BEDFORD W H JOHN FLANNAGAN LAKE DICKENSON W H JOHN H KERR DAM MECKLENBURG W CH LAFAYETTE 1 NE MONTGOMERY W H LEBANON RUSSELL W H LEXINGTON ROCKBRIDGE W H LINCOLN LOUDOUN W H LOUISA LOUISA W H LURAY 5 E PAGE W H LYNCHBURG # CAMPBELL W H LYNCHBURG INTL AP R CAMPBELL W HJ MADISON MADISON W H MANASSAS MANASSAS W H MARTINSVILLE FLTR PLT HENRY W H 17

18 INDEX OBSERVATION TIME AND TABLES INDEX NO. DIVISION COUNTY LATITUDE LONGITUDE ELEVATION (IN FEET) LOCAL STD TIME TEMP PRECIP EVAP SPECIAL SEE (NOTES) MEADOWS OF DAN 5 SW PATRICK W H MILLGAP HIGHLAND W CH MONTEBELLO FISH CULTURAL STN # NELSON W H MONTICELLO ALBEMARLE W H MT WEATHER LOUDOUN W H MTN GROVE BATH W H MUSTOE 1 SW HIGHLAND W H NEW CASTLE CRAIG W H NORA 4 SSE DICKENSON W H NORFOLK INTL AP R NORFOLK (CITY) W HJ NORFOLK SOUTH NORFOLK (CITY) W H NORTH MATHEWS W H NORTH FORK LAKE WISE W H PAINTER 2W ACCOMACK W CH PALMYRA 3S FLUVANNA W H PEDLAR DAM AMHERST W H PETERSBURG PETERSBURG W H PIEDMONT RSCH STN ORANGE W CH PULASKI 2 E PULASKI W CH RADFORD 3 N PULASKI W H RICHLANDS TAZEWELL W H RICHMOND INTL AP R HENRICO W HJ ROANOKE 8 N ROANOKE W H ROANOKE INTL AP R ROANOKE W HJ ROCKY MT FRANKLIN W CH SALTVILLE 1N SMYTH W H SANDSTON HENRICO W H SOMERSET ORANGE W H SOUTH BOSTON HALIFAX W H SPERRYVILLE RAPPAHANNOCK W H STAFFORDSVILLE 3 ENE GILES W CH STAUNTON WATER TRMTMT PLT AUGUSTA W H STERLING RCS LOUDOUN W H STONY CREEK 2 N SUSSEX W H STUART PATRICK W H SUFFOLK LAKE KILBY SUFFOLK W H TROUT DALE 3 SSE GRAYSON W CH TYE RIVER 1 SE NELSON W H VIENNA FAIRFAX W H WAKEFIELD 1NW SUSSEX W CH WALKERTON 2 NW KING AND QUEEN W H WALLACETON LK DRUMMOND CHESAPEAKE W H WALLOPS ISLAND NASA TEST FACIL R ACCOMACK W HJ WARRENTON 3 SE FAUQUIER W H WARSAW 2 NW RICHMOND W H WASHGTN DULLES INTL AP R LOUDOUN W HJ WASHINGTON REAGAN AP R ARLINGTON W HJ WAYNESBORO WTP WAYNESBORO W H WEST POINT 2 NW KING WILLIAM W H WILLIAMSBURG 2 N YORK W CH WILLIS FLOYD W CH WINCHESTER FREDERICK W H WINCHESTER 7 SE FREDERICK W H WINTERPOCK 4 W CHESTERFIELD W H WISE 3E WISE W CH WOODSTOCK 2 NE SHENANDOAH W H WOOLWINE PATRICK W CH WYTHEVILLE 1 S WYTHE W CH 18

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