A winter storm is pulling away from Southwest Virginia after depositing a few inches of snow on the region yesterday. . With temperatures expected to dip below freezing this morning, whatever was left behind from the snow event will be frozen. Motorists are advised there could be black ice on some roads making for a treacherous ride. Last night’s storm knocked out power to more than 100-thousand Appalachian Power customers in Virginia – most of them in the southwestern part of the state. At last check, about 21-hundred customers in Lynchburg, Campbell and Bedford counties were without power because of the storm. The winter weather caused some early school dismissals and a few flight delays.