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special weather statement
national weather service grand forks nd
1116 am cst mon mar 2 2015
mnz003-024-027>032-040-ndz038-039-049-052-053-030530-
clay-hubbard-west becker-east becker-wilkin-west otter tail-
east otter tail-wadena-grant-barnes-cass-ransom-sargent-richland-
including the cities of...moorhead...park rapids...
detroit lakes...wolf lake...breckenridge...fergus falls...
new york mills...wadena...elbow lake...valley city...fargo...
lisbon...gwinner...wahpeton
1116 am cst mon mar 2 2015
...strong cold front late tonight will bring a return to hard winter...
a strong cold front will sweep across the region late tonight and
tuesday morning. northwest winds will increase behind the
front...with sustained winds around 30 mph and gusts to 45 mph in
the vicinity of...and west of...the red river valley on tuesday.
in addition...general snow amounts of 1 to 3 inches of snow are
possible late tonight into tuesday morning...with increasing
confidence of an area of 3 to 5 inches along and southeast of a
park rapids to fergus falls to wahpeton line. combined with the
strong winds...the snow and blowing snow may lead to near blizzard
conditions and hazardous travel in the far southern red river
valley and lakes country. the expected onset of deteriorating
travel conditions will be early tuesday morning into tuesday
afternoon...including the morning commute.
if you are planning to travel over the region monday night or
tuesday...please monitor the latest forecasts and statements.
$$
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special weather statement
national weather service st louis mo
413 pm cst mon mar 2 2015
ilz058>060-064-065-069-070-074-079-098>102-moz041-047>052-059>065-
072>075-084-085-099-031000-
greene il-macoupin il-montgomery il-bond il-fayette il-clinton il-
marion il-washington il-randolph il-calhoun il-jersey il-
madison il-st. clair il-monroe il-boone mo-moniteau mo-cole mo-
osage mo-callaway mo-montgomery mo-lincoln mo-gasconade mo-
warren mo-st. charles mo-franklin mo-st. louis mo-
st. louis city mo-jefferson mo-crawford mo-washington mo-
st. francois mo-ste. genevieve mo-iron mo-madison mo-reynolds mo-
including the cities of...litchfield...vandalia...salem...
chester...edwardsville...belleville...columbia...jefferson city...
st charles...union...st louis...farmington
413 pm cst mon mar 2 2015
...another round of accumulating snow possible on wednesday...
the latest forecast guidance suggests another round of snowfall
for the area on wednesday. early indications are that the northern
edge of the accumulating snowfall will be near the interstate 70
corridor...with the heaviest accumulations occurring across
southeast missouri and southern illinois.
its still too early to determine exact snowfalls with this storm
system...and a minor change in the location of the storm will
have a large impact on the snowfall any one location recieves.
however...there is a potential for 4 or more inches of snow south
of a salem missouri...ste genevieve line...with lesser
accumulations to the north.
this will be a potent winter weather maker for parts of southeast
missouri and southern illinois...and points south. those planning
travel into these areas on tuesday night...wednesday...or
wednesday night should carefullly monitor the latest forecast
information.
$$
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special weather statement
national weather service springfield mo
319 pm cst mon mar 2 2015
ksz073-097-101-moz055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-030700-
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-howell-shannon-mcdonald-barry-stone-
taney-ozark-oregon-
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...west plains...winona...eminence...anderson...
pineville...monett...cassville...kimberling city...galena...
branson...forsyth...gainesville...theodosia...thayer...alton
319 pm cst mon mar 2 2015
...another round of wintry weather expected tuesday night and
wednesday...
after a relatively warm day on tuesday...another round of wintry
weather is expected to affect southeastern kansas and the missouri
ozarks tuesday night and wednesday.
a strong cold front will sweep across the region tuesday
evening...with rain expected to change over to a mix of
rain...sleet...snow...and freezing rain tuesday night...before
changing over to all snow. snow will then continue for much of the
day on wednesday...especially along and south of interstate 44.
current indications are for two to five inches of snow to fall
across areas south of interstate 44...with the heaviest amounts along
and south of a branson to salem line. across the interstate 44
corridor...one to three inches of snow will be possible...with
amounts of an inch or less currently expected over central
missouri. several bands of moderate to heavy snow are expected to
form over southern missouri on wednesday...making both locally higher
and lower amounts likely...depending on where these bands develop.
it should also be noted that a sharp gradient to snowfall is
expected along the northern edge of the storm...meaning that a shift
in storm track of just 20 or 30 miles could result in significant
changes to forecast snow amounts. please check back often to the
national weather service and local media for updated forecasts
leading up to this event.
$$

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