It was a night of tricks and treats across Virginia. The hurricane dubbed “Frankenstorm” didn’t seem much like a monster for some residents in Central Virginia. BUT, for those in the higher elevations and for many living in the northern tier of the state say it certainly lived up to its name. Howling winds, frightening flooding and wicked winter weather made for a mixed bag of conditions across the old Dominion. Wintergreen saw snow most of the day on Monday and a wet blowing snow continued to fall this morning in areas of Amherst, Bedford and Nelson Counties as well as near the Lynchburg Regional Airport. The storm left a treat for many students in the region, as schools closed– for many it was their second day out of class, thanks to Sandy. Strong winds are expected to continue for much of the day and chilly temperatures will last through the end of the week.