CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — Parts of West Virginia are under a winter storm warning as forecasters say heavy, wet snow will hit eastern and northern sections of the state.

The National Weather Service said up to 8 inches of snow is possible in Grant, Mineral, Preston and Tucker counties through Monday morning.

Two to six inches of snow are forecast in other areas stretching from Fairmont southeast to Pocahontas County and into the Eastern Panhandle.

The weather service says the storm will cause reduced visibilities and impact the morning commute on Monday.