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wwus46 khnx 301046
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urgent - winter weather message
national weather service hanford ca
346 am pdt thu oct 30 2014
caz096-301900-
/o.con.khnx.ws.a.0005.141101t0000z-141102t0000z/
sierra nevada from yosemite to kings canyon-
346 am pdt thu oct 30 2014
...winter storm watch remains in effect from friday afternoon
through saturday afternoon...
the national weather service in hanford has issued a winter storm
watch for heavy snow and strong winds...which is in effect from
friday afternoon through saturday afternoon for the southern
sierra nevada above 6000 feet from yosemite to kings canyon.
* snow and elevation...2 to 4 inches above 5500 feet by saturday
morning with 5 to 10 inches above 7000 feet friday night.
* winds...west 20 to 30 mph with gusts to 60 mph.
* locations include...yosemite national park...including tuolumne
meadows...tioga pass...wawona...and the south entrance as well
as kings canyon national park and huntington lake.
* timing...snow will begin friday afternoon and continue overnight
before tapering off saturday afternoon. the heaviest
accumulations will occur friday evening through early saturday
morning.
* impacts...this is the first significant snow expected for the
season. anyone with outdoor plans should take caution...and
travel may be difficult due to snow covered roads. also carry a
winter survival kit. further statements including advisories...
watches and warnings may be necessary.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter storm watch means there is a potential for significant
snow that may impact travel. continue to monitor the latest
forecasts.
&&
$$
wwus45 krev 301017
wswrev
caz073-310000-
/o.con.krev.ws.a.0004.141101t0000z-141101t1800z/
mono-
including the cities of...bridgeport...mammoth lakes
317 am pdt thu oct 30 2014
...winter storm watch remains in effect from friday afternoon
through saturday morning...
a winter storm watch remains in effect from friday afternoon
through saturday morning.
* timing: an early season winter storm will move into mono county
friday evening. a period of moderate to heavy snow is likely
friday night and early saturday morning.
* snow accumulations: 8 to 14 inches above 7000 feet with
highest totals along and west of highway 395. up to 6 inches
are possible below 7000 feet.
* winds: southwest 15 to 25 mph with gusts to 40 mph. gusts to
50 mph are possible in wind prone locations along highway
395. gusts of 65 mph or more will impact the sierra ridges.
* snow levels: 8000 to 9000 feet on friday lowering below 6000
feet by early saturday morning.
* impacts: slick and snow covered roads with whiteout conditions
possible across mono county. this includes highways 203 and 395.
snow may lead to the winter closure of sonora and tioga passes.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
an early season winter storm will likely create hazardous winter
driving conditions. continue to monitor the latest forecasts at
weather.gov/reno or listen to noaa weather radio.
&&
$$
wwus46 ksto 301050
wswsto
326
urgent - winter weather message
national weather service sacramento ca
350 am pdt thu oct 30 2014
...significant early season sierra snow friday & saturday...
.a pacific cold front will track eastward across northern california
friday into saturday. this storm will have enough moisture to
bring several inches or more of snow to the western sierra slopes
above 5000 ft. this will impact travel across the sierra including
highway 50 and interstate 80. the bulk of snow is expected friday
evening through saturday morning... but lighter snow accumulations
will occur before and after this timeframe. motorists should be
prepared for winter driving conditions.
caz068-069-310000-
/o.con.ksto.ws.a.0006.141031t1800z-141102t0000z/
western plumas county/lassen park-
west slope northern sierra nevada-
including the city of...blue canyon
350 am pdt thu oct 30 2014
...winter storm watch remains in effect from friday morning
through saturday afternoon above 5000 feet...
* impacts: moderate travel problems likely. motorists may
experience very long delays. chain restrictions are probable
especially for trucks. reduced visibility during heavier snow
will make driving hazardous.
* confidence: high confidence that snow will occur above 5000
ft. medium confidence in amounts and timing.
* timing: the bulk of snow is expected between 5 pm friday to 11
am saturday... but lighter snow accumulations will occur
before and after this timeframe.
* locations include: lassen national park...blue canyon...donner
pass...echo summit...carson pass.
* snow accumulations: 3 to 9 inches above 5000 feet and up to a
foot of snow above the 7000 foot level between friday and
saturday afternoons.
* for a detailed view of the hazard area...visit
http://www.weather.gov/sacramento/hazards.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter storm watch means there is a potential for significant
snow that may impact travel. continue to monitor the latest
forecasts.
&&
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www.facebook.com/nws.sacramento
www.twitter.com/nwssacramento
$$
wwus45 kvef 300935
wswvef
610
urgent - winter weather message
national weather service las vegas nv
235 am pdt thu oct 30 2014
...first significant snows of the season coming to the southern
sierra...
.a strong pacific storm system will push into california friday
evening with snow spreading across the sierra crest overnight
friday into saturday morning. snow will also combine with strong
winds to create local whiteout conditions at times. anyone
planning recreation or travel in the southern sierra should
prepare for harsh winter conditions.
caz519-302200-
/o.con.kvef.ws.a.0002.141101t0000z-141101t1800z/
eastern sierra slopes-
including the cities of...aspendell...whitney portal
235 am pdt thu oct 30 2014
...winter storm watch remains in effect from friday afternoon
through saturday morning above 7000 feet...
a winter storm watch above 7000 feet remains in effect for the
eastern sierra slopes from friday afternoon through saturday morning.
* timing: 5 pm pdt friday through 11 am pdt saturday.
* snow level: snow levels will start out near 9000 feet friday
evening and crash to near 6000 feet by saturday morning.
* total snow accumulations: above 7000 feet snow totals of six
to ten inches are possible with lesser amounts below 7000
feet.
* winds: 25 to 35 mph with gusts to 55 mph are expected
creating areas of blowing and drifting snow and white out
conditions.
* impacts: periods of snow will cause difficulties for hikers and campers
and travel difficulties on high elevation roads. trees with
remaining leaves on their branches may succumb to the weight of
the snow. wind driven snow will be especially dangerous creating
white out conditions at times.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter storm watch is issued when conditions are favorable for
hazardous winter weather to develop...but the occurrence is still
uncertain.
&&
$$

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