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wwus43 karx 272128
wswarx
073
urgent - winter weather message
national weather service la crosse wi
328 pm cst fri feb 27 2015
...bitterly cold tonight into saturday morning...
.under clear skies...temperatures will rapidly drop below zero
this evening and bottom out between 10 and 15 below zero by early
saturday morning. combined with southwest winds around 5 mph...
expect wind chills tonight into saturday morning from 15 to 30
below zero across portions of northeast iowa and southeast
minnesota. this type of wind chill can cause frostbite in less
than 30 minutes. take precautions if out in the cold overnight.
iaz008>010-018-019-029-030-mnz086-087-094-095-280530-
/o.new.karx.wc.y.0012.150228t0600z-150228t1500z/
mitchell-howard-winneshiek-floyd-chickasaw-fayette-clayton-dodge-
olmsted-mower-fillmore-
including the cities of...decorah...charles city...oelwein...
rochester...austin
328 pm cst fri feb 27 2015
...wind chill advisory in effect from midnight tonight to 9 am
cst saturday...
the national weather service in la crosse has issued a wind chill
advisory...which is in effect from midnight tonight to 9 am cst
saturday.
* expect wind chills to range between 15 and 30 below zero...with
the coldest wind chills occurring overnight.
* the cold wind chills will cause frostbite in as little as 30
minutes to exposed skin.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a wind chill advisory means that cold air and the wind will
combine to generate low wind chills. frost bite and hypothermia
can occur if precautions are not taken. make sure you wear a hat
and gloves.
$$
wwus41 kbuf 271938
wswbuf
637
urgent - winter weather message
national weather service buffalo ny
238 pm est fri feb 27 2015
nyz012-019>021-085-280345-
/o.new.kbuf.ws.a.0003.150301t0900z-150302t1200z/
wyoming-chautauqua-cattaraugus-allegany-southern erie-
including the cities of...warsaw...jamestown...olean...
wellsville...orchard park...springville
238 pm est fri feb 27 2015
...winter storm watch in effect from late saturday night through
monday morning...
the national weather service in buffalo has issued a winter storm
watch...which is in effect from late saturday night through
monday morning.
* locations...chautauqua...cattaraugus...allegany...wyoming...and
southern erie counties.
* timing...from late saturday night through early monday morning.
* hazards...heavy snow.
* accumulations...potentially 7 inches or more of snow.
* impacts...hazardous travel from snow covered roads and poor visibility.
* forecaster confidence...medium.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter storm watch means that heavy snow and/or ice
accumulations are possible. if you are within the watch area...
remain alert to rapidly changing weather conditions.
stay tuned to noaa weather radio or your favorite source of
weather information for the latest updates. additional details
can also be found at www.weather.gov/buffalo.
&&
$$
wwus41 kcle 272005
wswcle
167
urgent - winter weather message
national weather service cleveland oh
305 pm est fri feb 27 2015
...another winter storm bearing down on the region...
.a storm system will develop over the oklahoma panhandle region
saturday and move quickly northeast toward the area. this storm
system will bring with it plenty of moisture and warmer air to the
area. snow will spread northeast into the area saturday night and
continue through the day on sunday. the low pressure system will
move northeast of the region. the snow will end from west to east
sunday night.
ohz003-006>014-017>023-027>033-036>038-047-089-paz001>003-280415-
/o.new.kcle.ws.a.0003.150301t0300z-150302t1200z/
lucas-wood-ottawa-sandusky-erie oh-lorain-cuyahoga-lake-geauga-
ashtabula inland-hancock-seneca-huron-medina-summit-portage-
trumbull-wyandot-crawford-richland-ashland-wayne-stark-mahoning-
marion-morrow-holmes-knox-ashtabula lakeshore-northern erie-
southern erie-crawford pa-
including the cities of...toledo...bowling green...port clinton...
fremont...sandusky...lorain...cleveland...mentor...chardon...
jefferson...findlay...tiffin...norwalk...medina...akron...
ravenna...warren...upper sandusky...carey...bucyrus...mansfield...
ashland...wooster...canton...youngstown...marion...mount gilead...
millersburg...mount vernon...ashtabula...erie...edinboro...
meadville
305 pm est fri feb 27 2015
...winter storm watch in effect from saturday evening through
monday morning...
the national weather service in cleveland has issued a winter
storm watch...which is in effect from saturday evening through
monday morning.
* snow accumulations...6 to 10 inches possible.
* snow is expected to spread into the area late saturday evening
and spread across the area by midnight saturday night.
* the heaviest snow is expected during the day on sunday.
* the snow is expected to gradually end from west to east sunday night.
* impacts...snow will be the main threat during this event.
hazardous travel conditions are expected due to reduced
visibility from the snow and snow accumulation.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter storm watch means that heavy snow is possible. if you
are within the watch area...remain alert to rapidly changing
weather conditions. stay tuned to the national weather service or
the local news media for the latest updates and possible
warnings.
&&
$$
wwus41 kctp 271823
wswctp
920
urgent - winter weather message
national weather service state college pa
123 pm est fri feb 27 2015
...heavy snow possible across much of northwestern pennsylvania
early sunday through early monday...
.a potent and slow moving upper level disturbance will impact
the region with periods of snow beginning early sunday...and
continuing through at least a portion of sunday night.
paz004-005-010-011-017-280900-
/o.new.kctp.ws.a.0005.150301t0900z-150302t1200z/
warren-mckean-elk-cameron-clearfield-
including the cities of...warren...bradford...st. marys...
ridgway...emporium...dubois...clearfield
123 pm est fri feb 27 2015
...winter storm watch in effect from late saturday night through
monday morning...
the national weather service in state college has issued a winter
storm watch...which is in effect from late saturday night through
monday morning.
* locations...the northwest mountains.
* hazard types...heavy snow.
* accumulations...snow accumulation of 6 inches or more possible.
* ice accumulations...a light glazing of freezing drizzle possible
as the snow ends late sunday night or monday morning..
* timing...light snow will overspread the region during the mid
morning hours sunday and become steadier and heavier sunday
afternoon and night.
* impacts...hazardous travel from snow covered roads and poor
visibility at times.
* winds...southwest 5 to 15 mph with gusts up to 25 mph.
* temperatures...in the teens early sunday...rising slowly through
the 20s sunday and sunday night.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter storm watch means there is a potential for significant
snow...sleet...or ice accumulations that may impact travel. stay
tuned to noaa weather radio or your favorite source of weather
information for the latest updates. additional details can also
be found at...weather.gov/statecollege.
&&
$$
wwus43 kdmx 272122
wswdmx
889
urgent - winter weather message
national weather service des moines ia
322 pm cst fri feb 27 2015
...dangerously cold wind chills again late tonight...
iaz006-007-016-017-025>028-036>039-048>050-061-062-280530-
/o.new.kdmx.wc.y.0014.150228t0600z-150228t1500z/
winnebago-worth-hancock-cerro gordo-wright-franklin-butler-bremer-
hamilton-hardin-grundy-black hawk-story-marshall-tama-jasper-
poweshiek-
including the cities of...forest city...lake mills...northwood...
manly...garner...britt...kanawha...mason city...clear lake...
eagle grove...clarion...belmond...hampton...parkersburg...
clarksville...shell rock...greene...aplington...allison...
dumont...waverly...webster city...iowa falls...eldora...ackley...
grundy center...reinbeck...conrad...dike...wellsburg...waterloo...
cedar falls...ames...marshalltown...tama...toledo...traer...
dysart...gladbrook...newton...grinnell
322 pm cst fri feb 27 2015
...wind chill advisory in effect from midnight tonight to 9 am
cst saturday...
the national weather service in des moines has issued a wind
chill advisory...which is in effect from midnight tonight to 9 am
cst saturday.
* timing...late tonight through mid saturday morning
* winds...south at 5 to 10 mph
* temperatures/wind chill values...temperatures teens below...with
wind chills 20 below zero to 30 below zero.
* impacts...frost bite can develop within 30 minutes if skin is
exposed and hypothermia may occur if precautions are not taken.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a wind chill advisory means that very cold air and strong winds
will combine to generate low wind chills. this will result in
frost bite and lead to hypothermia if precautions are not taken.
if you must venture outdoors...make sure you wear a hat and
gloves.
&&
$$
wwus43 kdvn 280119
wswdvn
iaz053-054-064>068-ilz001-007-015-280930-
/o.con.kdvn.wc.y.0009.150228t0900z-150228t1500z/
jones-jackson-johnson-cedar-clinton-muscatine-scott-jo daviess-
carroll-rock island-
including the cities of...anamosa...maquoketa...iowa city...
tipton...clinton...muscatine...bettendorf...davenport...galena...
mount carroll...moline...rock island
719 pm cst fri feb 27 2015
...wind chill advisory remains in effect from 3 am to 9 am cst
saturday...
* timing...from 3 am until 9 am saturday.
* wind chill readings...20 below to near 25 below.
* temperatures...3 below to 13 below zero.
* winds...southeast 5 mph or less.
* impacts...frostbite and hypothermia may occur if precautions
are not taken.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a wind chill advisory means that very cold air and strong winds
will combine to generate low wind chills...resulting in frost
bite and hypothermia if precautions are not taken. if you must
venture outdoors...dress in layers covering exposed skin.
frostbite will occur in as few as 30 minutes in these conditions.
&&
$$
wwus43 keax 272134
wsweax
ksz025-102-moz002>008-011>017-020-281000-
/o.new.keax.ww.y.0009.150228t1500z-150302t0000z/
atchison ks-doniphan-nodaway-worth-gentry-harrison-mercer-putnam-
schuyler-holt-andrew-de kalb-daviess-grundy-sullivan-adair-
buchanan-
including the cities of...atchison...troy...maryville...
grant city...albany...stanberry...bethany...princeton...
unionville...lancaster...downing...mound city...oregon...
savannah...cameron...gallatin...jamesport...trenton...milan...
green city...kirksville...st. joseph
334 pm cst fri feb 27 2015
...winter weather advisory in effect from 9 am saturday to 6 pm
cst sunday...
the national weather service in kansas city/pleasant hill has
issued a winter weather advisory for snow... which is in effect from
9 am saturday to 6 pm cst sunday.
* timing...light snow will begin early saturday afternoon and
continue into early evening. a lull is possible saturday night
followed by another round of light snow on sunday.
* snow accumulations...1" to 2" on saturday and up to 1" on sunday.
total accumulations 2" to 3".
* impacts...travel may be hazardous especially on any untreated
roadways.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter weather advisory means that periods of snow...sleet...or
freezing rain will cause travel difficulties. be prepared for
slippery roads and limited visibilities...and use caution while
driving.
&&
$$
wwus41 kpbz 280130
wswpbz
759
urgent - winter weather message
national weather service pittsburgh pa
830 pm est fri feb 27 2015
paz007>009-013>016-280930-
/o.con.kpbz.ws.a.0005.150301t0900z-150302t1200z/
mercer-venango-forest-lawrence-butler-clarion-jefferson pa-
including the cities of...grove city...franklin...tionesta...
new castle...butler...clarion...brookville
830 pm est fri feb 27 2015
...winter storm watch remains in effect from late saturday night
through monday morning...
* snow accumulations...potential for 6 inches or more.
* snow beginning...late saturday night.
* period of most intense snow...sunday afternoon and evening.
* snow ending...snow will taper off early monday morning.
* impacts...hazardous travel conditions are expected due to
reduced visibility and snow accumulation.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter storm watch means that snow...sleet...or ice
accumulation may severely impact travel. prepare for winter
weather and monitor the latest forecasts via the national weather
service homepage noaa weather radio or other news media.
&&
$$
wwus43 ksgf 272329
wswsgf
431
urgent - winter weather message
national weather service springfield mo
529 pm cst fri feb 27 2015
...more wintry precipitation on the way...
.several passing upper level disturbances will result in
increasing moisture and ascent in the lower and middle portions
of the atmosphere from saturday into sunday. snow will develop
from west to east across the area during the day on saturday and
will continue into saturday evening. the snow will then change to
a wintry mix of precipitation from south to north saturday night
and sunday morning. most of the precipitation will then change to
rain by sunday afternoon as temperatures warm above freezing.
snowfall amounts ranging from 1 to 3 inches can be expected along
and south of the interstate 44 corridor with the lightest totals
across south central missouri. 3 to 5 inches of snow can be
expected to the north of the interstate 44 corridor. a thin glaze
of ice is also expected.
ksz073-097-101-moz055>058-066>071-077>083-088>096-098-101>104-
281200-
/o.con.ksgf.ww.y.0009.150228t1500z-150301t1800z/
bourbon-crawford-cherokee-benton-morgan-miller-maries-vernon-
st. clair-hickory-camden-pulaski-phelps-barton-cedar-polk-dallas-
laclede-texas-dent-jasper-dade-greene-webster-wright-newton-
lawrence-christian-douglas-shannon-mcdonald-barry-stone-taney-
including the cities of...fort scott...pittsburg...
baxter springs...columbus...warsaw...cole camp...versailles...
eldon...lake ozark...vienna...nevada...appleton city...osceola...
hermitage...osage beach...camdenton...fort leonard wood...
waynesville...rolla...lamar...el dorado springs...stockton...
bolivar...buffalo...lebanon...houston...cabool...salem...joplin...
carthage...greenfield...springfield...marshfield...rogersville...
mountain grove...mansfield...neosho...aurora...mount vernon...
nixa...ozark...ava...winona...eminence...anderson...pineville...
monett...cassville...kimberling city...galena...branson...forsyth
529 pm cst fri feb 27 2015
...winter weather advisory remains in effect from 9 am saturday
to noon cst sunday...
a winter weather advisory for snow and freezing rain remains in
effect from 9 am saturday to noon cst sunday.
* timing and areas affected...the winter weather advisory is in
effect along and north of a branson to eminence line from late
saturday morning into sunday morning.
snow will overspread the region from west to east on saturday.
the snow will then change to a wintry mix of light freezing
rain and snow from south to north across the region saturday
night into sunday morning. mainly rain is then expected sunday
afternoon as temperatures warm above freezing.
* snow accumulations...amounts ranging from 1 to 3 inches can be
expected along and south of the interstate 44 corridor with
the lightest totals across south central missouri. 3 to 5 inches
of snow can be expected to the north of the interstate 44
corridor.
* ice accumulations...a thin glaze of ice with amounts generally
less than five hundredths of an inch expected.
* visibility...moderate snow will reduce visibility to less than a
mile at times.
* impacts...the combination of falling and accumulating snow as
well as a thin glaze of ice will make travel conditions
difficult.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter weather advisory means that periods of snow and freezing
rain will cause travel difficulties. be prepared for slippery
roads and limited visibilities...and use caution while driving.
&&
$$
wwus43 ktop 272126
wswtop
748
urgent - winter weather message
national weather service topeka ks
326 pm cst fri feb 27 2015
...a winter weather advisory is in effect from 7 am saturday
through noon on sunday.
.an upper level system will bring a good chance for several inches
of snowfall across the area beginning saturday morning and
continuing through noon on sunday.
ksz008>012-020>024-026-034>040-054>056-058-059-281030-
/o.new.ktop.ww.y.0008.150228t1300z-150301t1800z/
republic-washington-marshall-nemaha-brown-cloud-clay-riley-
pottawatomie-jackson-jefferson-ottawa-dickinson-geary-morris-
wabaunsee-shawnee-douglas-lyon-osage-franklin-coffey-anderson-
including the cities of...marysville...hiawatha...concordia...
clay center...manhattan...abilene...junction city...topeka...
lawrence...emporia...ottawa
326 pm cst fri feb 27 2015
...winter weather advisory in effect from 7 am saturday to noon
cst sunday...
the national weather service in topeka has issued a winter
weather advisory for snow...which is in effect
from 7 am saturday to noon cst sunday.
timing...snow will begin saturday morning around 7 am and will
continue through noon on sunday. the snow may be moderate at times
late saturday morning through early saturday evening, and then
again sunday morning.
* total snow accumulations of 3 to 6 inches. sleet may mix in with
the snow along and south of interstate 35. expect little to no sleet
accumulations.
* winds...winds will be southeast at 5 to 15 mph.
* impacts...snow will accumulate on area roadways making roads
snow-packed and slippery. motorists should use extreme caution if
travel is necessary.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
snow is forecast to accumulate in the affected areas causing
hazardous driving conditions. those with travel plans are advised
to use extreme caution if travel is necessary.
&&
$$

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