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special weather statement
national weather service duluth mn
554 pm cdt thu oct 30 2014
mnz037-038-wiz001-002-310030-
carlton/southern st. louis-pine-douglas-bayfield-
including the cities of...duluth...cloquet...hinckley...
superior...washburn
554 pm cdt thu oct 30 2014
...scattered snow showers this evening...
scattered snow showers will pass through the head of lake superior
and upper saint croix river valley this evening. some areas that
may be impacted include the twin ports...moose
lake...cloquet...willow river...solon springs and gordon. the snow
showers may be briefly heavy and be accompanied by strong winds
gusting to around 40 mph. the showers were moving southeast around
35 mph so they will not last very long for most areas. those
driving through the northland may experience low visibility for a
time this evening.
$$
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special weather statement
national weather service green bay wi
406 pm cdt thu oct 30 2014
wiz005-010>013-018>022-030-031-035>040-045-048>050-073-074-310300-
vilas-oneida-forest-florence-northern marinette-lincoln-langlade-
menominee-northern oconto-door-marathon-shawano-wood-portage-
waupaca-outagamie-brown-kewaunee-waushara-winnebago-calumet-
manitowoc-southern marinette-southern oconto-
including the cities of...eagle river...rhinelander...crandon...
tomahawk...antigo...keshena...sturgeon bay...wausau...
wisconsin rapids...stevens point...appleton...green bay...
algoma...wautoma...oshkosh...chilton...two rivers...crivitz
406 pm cdt thu oct 30 2014
...a brief preview of wintry weather expected starting tonight...
an intense upper level disturbance will move southeast across the
area tonight. much colder air will surge into the area as the
disturbance passes to the southeast early friday morning. the
sharply colder temperatures...combined with strong north winds...
will make friday a preview of the upcoming winter months.
rain showers accompanying the disturbance will change to snow with
the arrival of the colder air. several inches of accumulation are
possible in the lake superior snowbelt of far north central
wisconsin. up to an inch of accumulation is possible across the
rest of north central and far northeast wisconsin...with little
or no accumulation expected over the rest of the area. travel
across far northern wisconsin could become hazardous late tonight
and friday.
windy weather is expected on friday...with the strongest winds
occurring during the morning. wind gusts of 30 to 40 mph are
expected across most of the area...with 40 to 50 mph gusts near
the lake and bay. winds this strong can make driving high profile
vehicles difficult and can blow around unsecured outdoor objects.
if possible...move items such as lawn furniture and garbage cans
into a garage or sheltered location before the strong winds begin.
most people will also want to find their winter coat...hat...and
gloves or mittens before venturing outdoors friday morning as wind
chill readings are forecast to drop into the teens to lower 20s.
winds are expected to begin to slowly diminish starting friday
afternoon. however...it will still be quite windy and very chilly
for trick-or-treaters late friday afternoon.
winds will continue to diminish friday night. although temperatures
saturday will still be well below normal...a gradual moderation in
temperatures will begin sunday.
$$
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special weather statement...updated
national weather service jackson ky
410 pm edt thu oct 30 2014
kyz044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>086-104-106>117-119-
310900-
fleming-montgomery-bath-rowan-estill-powell-menifee-rockcastle-
jackson-pulaski-laurel-wayne-mccreary-whitley-knox-elliott-morgan-
johnson-wolfe-magoffin-floyd-lee-breathitt-knott-owsley-perry-clay-
leslie-martin-
including the cities of...flemingsburg...mount sterling...
owingsville...morehead...irvine...stanton...frenchburg...
mount vernon...mckee...somerset...london...monticello...
whitley city...corbin...williamsburg...barbourville...sandy hook...
west liberty...paintsville...campton...salyersville...prestonsburg...
beattyville...jackson...hindman...booneville...hazard...manchester...
hyden...inez
410 pm edt thu oct 30 2014
...first snow of the season expected for much of the area friday
night into saturday...
a developing area of low pressure will send a strong cold front south
across eastern kentucky late friday into friday night. this low
pressure system and associated cold front will produce periods of
precipitation from friday into saturday night. temperatures are
expected to drop sharply friday evening into the overnight hours.
these falling temperatures...will allow rain to mix with and
gradually change to snow...starting in the highest elevations along
the virginia border early friday evening. snow levels will lower
through the night with valley locations possibly mixing with and
changing to snow towards dawn saturday. in addition to the cold and
snowy conditions...winds will be brisk behind the cold front with
some gusts up to 25 mph friday evening possible.
at this time...most of the snow accumulation will be in areas above
1500 feet...where 1 to 3 inches of snow will be possible. the
highest elevations in far eastern kentucky...above 3000 feet...could
see locally higher amounts in the 3 to 6 inch range and a winter
weather advisory is now in effect for the counties that border
virginia friday night into saturday. most of the snow accumulations
will reside on grassy and elevated surfaces due to warm ground
temperatures. little if any snow accumulation is expected across the
bluegrass region or in valley locations.
in addition...freezing temperatures are expected friday night...
saturday night...and sunday night. a hard freeze may occur in the i-75
corridor saturday night...with a hard freeze and frost expected
area-wide sunday night. those with sensitive plants will need to take
action to protect them through the weekend.
$$

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