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wwus83 keax 270135
spseax
853
special weather statement
national weather service kansas city/pleasant hill mo
835 pm cdt tue may 26 2015
moz043-270215-
cass mo-
835 pm cdt tue may 26 2015
...significant weather advisory for cass county until 915 pm cdt...
at 832 pm cdt...national weather service doppler radar was tracking a
strong thunderstorm near harrisonville and a second strong storm
south of freeman...both moving northeast at 30 mph.
hail up to the size of pennies and wind gusts up to 50 mph are
expected with this storm...along with frequent dangerous lightning.
locations near the path of this storm include...
garden city...east lynne...gunn city and strasburg.
lat...lon 3863 9461 3881 9412 3857 9412 3856 9407
3850 9408 3848 9461
time...mot...loc 0134z 244deg 24kt 3863 9432
$$
wwus83 kgrb 270125
spsgrb
753
special weather statement
national weather service green bay wi
825 pm cdt tue may 26 2015
wiz005-010>012-018-019-030-035-271200-
vilas-oneida-forest-florence-lincoln-langlade-marathon-wood-
825 pm cdt tue may 26 2015
...heavy rain may cause minor flooding over north central and
parts of central and far northeast wisconsin tonight...
low pressure will bring a swath of heavy rainfall to areas
northwest of a line from marshfield to iron mountain tonight.
rainfall totals of 1 to 2 inches are likely. the steadier rain
should taper off late tonight or early wednesday morning.
saturated soils from last weekends heavy rain...and runoff from
additional heavy rainfall...will likely result in minor street
flooding in urban areas tonight. there will also be ponding on
area roads and highways. the flow of water through small streams
will also increase. motorists should be alert for water on the
roads...and slow down to avoid the risk of hydroplaning.
visibility will also be reduced to less than a mile at times in
heavy rain.
standing water was reported on roads in the wausau area earlier
this evening...due to rainfall amounts in excess of an inch.
$$
wwus83 kgrb 262154
spsgrb
130
special weather statement
national weather service green bay wi
454 pm cdt tue may 26 2015
wiz022-040-050-270200-
door-kewaunee-manitowoc-
454 pm cdt tue may 26 2015
...areas of dense fog expected along the lake michigan
shoreline into this evening...
areas of dense marine fog will impact the lakeshore counties...
especially within a few miles of the lake michigan shoreline.
visibilities will be reduced to less than a quarter mile at
times...and may drop to as low as a few hundred feet in spots.
the foggy conditions are expected to improve in manitowoc and
kewaunee counties between 8 pm and 10 pm...and over most of door
county between 10 pm and midnight. dense fog may linger over far
northern door county a little longer.
the dense fog will impact travel on interstate highway 43
south of manitowoc...highway 42 from manitowoc to algoma...
and highway 57 from sturgeon bay to sister bay. those with
travel plans in manitowoc...kewaunee and door counties this
evening should anticipate hazardous driving conditions.
when driving in fog...be sure to slow down...keep a safe
distance from other vehicles and use low beam headlights.
$$
wwus81 kpbz 270146
spspbz
720
special weather statement
national weather service pittsburgh pa
945 pm edt tue may 26 2015
ohz039-040-048-049-057>059-068-069-wvz004-012-270230-
muskingum-guernsey-coshocton-monroe-harrison-tuscarawas-carroll-
noble-belmont-marshall-wetzel-
945 pm edt tue may 26 2015
...a line of strong thunderstorms will affect parts of east central
ohio...
at 945 pm edt...a line of strong thunderstorms was along a line
extending from near newcomerstown through cambridge to 12 miles
north of st. marys...and moving northeast at 45 mph.
winds in excess of 45 mph and dime size hail are possible with these
storms.
locations impacted include...
wheeling...new philadelphia...dover...cambridge...moundsville...
uhrichsville...new martinsville...st. clairsville...bellaire...
barnesville...cadiz...woodsfield...freeport...newcomerstown...
shadyside...dennison...paden city...new concord...byesville and
mcmechen.
frequent cloud to ground lightning is occurring with this storm.
lightning can strike 15 miles away from a thunderstorm. seek a safe
shelter inside a building or vehicle.
lat...lon 4065 8142 4065 8126 4021 8088 4016 8088
4016 8083 3980 8052 3972 8052 3972 8045
3971 8047 3957 8105 3958 8126 3960 8126
3959 8129 4002 8177 4004 8178
time...mot...loc 0145z 213deg 37kt 4021 8156 4005 8151 3986 8153 3958
8123
$$
wwus81 krlx 270115
spsrlx
488
special weather statement
national weather service charleston wv
914 pm edt tue may 26 2015
ohz067-076-wvz009>011-270200-
morgan oh-washington oh-pleasants wv-tyler wv-wood wv-
914 pm edt tue may 26 2015
...significant weather advisory for eastern morgan...washington...
northeastern wood...pleasants and northwestern tyler counties until
1000 pm edt...
at 914 pm edt...doppler radar was tracking a line of strong
thunderstorms along a line extending from 7 miles northeast of
mcconnelsville to near parkersburg...and moving northeast at 40 mph.
winds up to 45 mph will be possible with these storms. brief heavy
rain is also expected...which may cause ponding of water in low
spots and poor drainage areas. do not drive through flooded roadways.
locations impacted include...
parkersburg...marietta...belpre...st. marys...beverly...
middlebourne...vienna...williamstown...paden city...sistersville...
belmont...mineral
wells...boaz...lubeck...newport...matamoras...north
hills...lowell...bristol and macksburg.
please report severe weather to the national weather service by
calling toll free...800-401-9535...when you can do so safely.
you may also report severe weather by posting your report to the
charleston west virginia national weather service facebook page...or
by using the twitter hashtag...nwsrlx.
lat...lon 3975 8164 3967 8164 3966 8159 3959 8158
3958 8148 3964 8147 3965 8145 3959 8135
3959 8128 3961 8127 3958 8125 3957 8104
3954 8104 3961 8095 3960 8085 3956 8082
3954 8078 3914 8157 3976 8186
time...mot...loc 0114z 226deg 36kt 3972 8172 3924 8147
$$

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