By Zack Harold
The Daily Mail
CHARLESTON, W.Va. – Craig Walters and his crew know they have work to do. They just don’t know where.
A blizzard brought on by Hurricane Sandy dumped inches of wet, heavy snow on West Virginia Tuesday, knocking out electricity to more than 100,000 Appalachian Power customers. And although linemen often use helicopters to scout downed lines, lingering rain clouds and high winds prevented them from taking off.