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wwus41 kakq 262054
wswakq
vaz091-094>098-270500-
/o.con.kakq.ww.y.0002.150127t0500z-150127t1700z/
york-newport news/hampton-norfolk/portsmouth-suffolk-chesapeake-
virginia beach-
including the cities of...poquoson...newport news...hampton
354 pm est mon jan 26 2015
...winter weather advisory remains in effect from midnight
tonight to noon est tuesday...
a winter weather advisory remains in effect from midnight tonight
to noon est tuesday.
* areas affected: southeast virginia including hampton roads and
the tidewater area.
* hazards: snow.
* accumulations: 1 inch or less.
* temperatures: falling into the lower to mid 30s tonight.
* timing: rain will mix with and change to snow after midnight
tonight...and will continue through tuesday morning.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter weather advisory for snow means that periods of snow
will cause primarily travel difficulties. be prepared for snow
covered roads and limited visibilities...and use caution while
driving.
&&
$$
wwus41 kaly 262051
wswaly
nyz039-040-042-082-270500-
/o.con.kaly.ww.y.0005.000000t0000z-150128t0600z/
southern fulton-montgomery-northern warren-northern fulton-
including the cities of...gloversville...johnstown...amsterdam...
wellsville...warrensburg...northville...mayfield
351 pm est mon jan 26 2015
...winter weather advisory remains in effect until 1 am est
wednesday...
* locations...northern warren county...and the eastern mohawk
valley including all of fulton county.
* hazard types...snow.
* snow accumulations...4 to 8 inches.
* maximum snowfall rates...up to an inch per hour.
* timing...snow will overspread the region from south to north
this evening...and will continue tonight into tuesday...before
gradually tapering off tuesday night.
* impacts...dangerous travel conditions due to snow covered
roadways and low visibility.
* winds...north 5 to 10 mph...increasing to 10 to 15 mph tonight
into tuesday...with gusts up to 25 mph.
* temperatures...5 to 15 degrees.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter weather advisory for snow means that periods of snow
will cause primarily travel difficulties. be prepared for snow
covered roads and limited visibilities...and use caution while
driving.
&&
$$
wwus41 kbgm 262123
wswbgm
nyz046-057-paz040-072-272130-
/o.con.kbgm.ww.y.0006.000000t0000z-150127t2300z/
otsego-delaware-northern wayne-southern wayne-
including the cities of...oneonta...cooperstown...walton...
delhi...honesdale
423 pm est mon jan 26 2015
...winter weather advisory remains in effect until 6 pm est
tuesday...
* locations...wayne county pa...and otsego and delaware counties
ny.
* hazards...snow and blowing snow.
* accumulations...3 to 7 inches of snow...heaviest in eastern
portions of wayne...otsego...and delaware counties.
* impacts...difficult travel especially tonight into tuesday
with snow covered roads and low visibility.
* timing...snow becoming heavy at times tonight through tuesday
as the storm strengthens.
* temperatures...mainly mid teens to low 20s.
* winds...northeast 10 to 20 mph late today into tonight...
becoming north-northwest tuesday with gusts up to 25 mph.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
this winter weather advisory means that periods of snow and
blowing snow will cause travel difficulties. be prepared for
slippery roads and limited visibilities...and use caution while
driving.
please report snowfall and/or ice amounts to the national weather
service by calling toll free at 1-888-603-1402...or by email at
bgm.stormreport@noaa.gov.
&&
$$
wwus41 kbox 262129
wswbox
maz024-270530-
/o.con.kbox.ws.w.0003.150127t0000z-150128t0600z/
nantucket ma-
including the city of...nantucket
429 pm est mon jan 26 2015
...winter storm warning remains in effect until 1 am est
wednesday...
* locations...include nantucket.
* hazard types...heavy wet snow along with near blizzard
conditions possible.
* accumulations...snow accumulations of 4 to 8 inches.
* timing...snow becoming heavy into tonight before switching to
rain during the day tuesday. as winds shift back to the north
and northwest late tuesday...rain will transition back over to a
period of heavy snow before ending wednesday.
* impacts...heavy snow and strong winds may result in white-out /
near blizzard conditions with low visibility at times. travel
will be impossible and life threatening across the entire
region. also snow will be wet enough to result in downed trees
and power outages in addition to the hurricane force winds.
* winds...north 30 to 50 mph with gusts around 70 to 80 mph. the
height of the winds will be late tonight into tuesday.
* visibilities...one quarter mile or less at times.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter storm warning is issued when an average of 6 or more
inches of snow is expected in a 12 hour period...or for 8 or more
inches in a 24 hour period. travel will be slow at best on well
treated surfaces...and quite difficult on any unplowed or
untreated surfaces.
all unnecessary travel is discouraged! this is a serious life-
threatening storm!
&&
$$
wwus41 kbox 262129
wswbox
maz022-023-270530-
/o.con.kbox.bz.w.0001.150127t0000z-150127t1700z/
barnstable ma-dukes ma-
including the cities of...chatham...falmouth...provincetown...
vineyard haven
429 pm est mon jan 26 2015
...blizzard warning remains in effect until noon est tuesday...
* locations...cape cod and the islands.
* hazard types...heavy snow...strong winds and blizzard conditions.
considerable blowing and drifting snow. strong to damaging
winds.
* accumulations...snow accumulations of around 10 to 18 inches...
with higher amounts towards the cape cod canal. snowfall rates
of 2 to 4 inches will be possible at times.
* timing...the worst of the storm will be tonight through tuesday
afternoon...lingering into wednesday. there will be a period
where heavy snow will change over to rain...mainly during the
day tuesday...before changing back over to snow...especially on
the outer arm of cape cod.
* impacts...heavy snow and strong winds will result in white-out /
blizzard conditions with near zero visibility at times. travel
will be impossible and life threatening across the entire
region. also snow will be wet enough to result in downed trees
and power outages in addition to the hurricane force winds.
* winds...northeast 35 to 45 mph with gusts around 70 to 80 mph...
likely stronger along eastern shorelines. the height of the
winds will be late tonight into tuesday.
* visibilities...one quarter mile or less at times.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a blizzard warning is issued when sustained winds or frequent
gusts over 35 mph are expected with considerable falling and/or
blowing and drifting snow. visibilities will become poor with
whiteout conditions at times. those venturing outdoors may become
lost or disoriented...so persons in the warning area are advised
to stay indoors.
all unnecessary travel is discouraged! this is a serious life-
threatening storm!
&&
$$
wwus41 kbtv 262026
wswbtv
vtz004-007>009-018-271000-
/o.con.kbtv.ww.y.0004.150127t0300z-150128t0600z/
essex-caledonia-washington-western addison-eastern addison-
including the cities of...island pond...st. johnsbury...
montpelier...middlebury...vergennes...bristol...ripton
326 pm est mon jan 26 2015
...winter weather advisory remains in effect from 10 pm this
evening to 1 am est wednesday...
the national weather service in burlington continues the winter
weather advisory for heavy snow...from 10 pm this evening to 1 am
est wednesday.
* locations...north central and northeast vermont.
* hazard types...heavy snow.
* accumulations...4 to 8 inches of snow.
* maximum snowfall rate...up to 1 inch per hour...mainly tuesday
morning through early afternoon.
* timing...light snow will begin monday night spreading north
during the day on tuesday. heavy snow will persist through
tuesday afternoon before ending as snow showers early wednesday
morning.
* impacts...heavy snow will cause difficult travel conditions
due to snow on roads and reduced visibilities on tuesday.
* winds...north 10 to 20 mph with gusts up to 30 mph.
* temperatures...lows zero to 7 above zero. highs 11 to 15.
* visibilities...as low as one half a mile at times.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter weather advisory for snow means that periods of snow
will cause travel difficulties. be prepared for snow covered
roads and limited visibilities...and use caution while driving.
please stay tuned to noaa weather radio...your local media...or
go to www.weather.gov/burlington for further updates on this
weather situation.
&&
$$
wwus41 kbtv 262026
wswbtv
892
urgent - winter weather message
national weather service burlington vt
326 pm est mon jan 26 2015
vtz010>012-019-271000-
/o.con.kbtv.ws.w.0003.150127t0000z-150128t0600z/
orange-western rutland-windsor-eastern rutland-
including the cities of...bradford...randolph...rutland...
springfield...white river junction...east wallingford...
killington
326 pm est mon jan 26 2015
...winter storm warning remains in effect from 7 pm this evening
to 1 am est wednesday...
the national weather service in burlington continues the winter
storm warning for heavy snow...from 7 pm this evening to 1 am est
wednesday.
* locations...south central vermont including orange...rutland...
windsor.
* hazard types...heavy snow.
* accumulations...8 to 14 inches of snow.
* maximum snowfall rate...1 to 2 inches per hour...mainly
tuesday morning through early afternoon.
* timing...light snow will begin monday evening...then spread
northwest during the day tuesday and become heavier...before
ending as snow showers early wednesday morning.
* impacts...heavy snow will cause difficult travel conditions
due to snow on roads and reduced visibilities on tuesday.
* winds...north 10 to 20 mph with gusts up to 30 mph.
* temperatures...lows 2 to 10 above. highs 12 to 16.
* visibilities...as low as one quarter mile at times.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter storm warning for heavy snow means severe winter weather
conditions are expected or occurring. significant amounts of snow
are forecast that will make travel dangerous. be prepared for
snow covered roads and limited visibilities.
please stay tuned to noaa weather radio...your local media...or
go to www.weather.gov/burlington for further updates on this
weather situation.
&&
$$
wwus41 kctp 260920
wswctp
194
urgent - winter weather message
national weather service state college pa
420 am est mon jan 26 2015
...more snow on the way for central pennsylvania...
.a storm system will track south of pennsylvania today and tonight...bringing
several inches of snow to the area.
paz059-065-066-262130-
/o.can.kctp.ws.a.0001.150126t1800z-150127t1200z/
/o.ext.kctp.ww.y.0008.000000t0000z-150127t1200z/
lebanon-york-lancaster-
including the cities of...lebanon...york...lancaster
420 am est mon jan 26 2015
...winter weather advisory now in effect until 7 am est tuesday...
...winter storm watch is cancelled...
the national weather service in state college has cancelled the
winter storm watch.
* locations...the lower susquehanna valley.
* hazard types...snow.
* total accumulations...3 to 5 inches.
* timing...light snow will continue to fall over the region today
into tonight. the snow should finally taper off tuesday morning.
* impacts...hazardous travel due to snow covered roads.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
hazardous winter weather conditions are expected or occurring.
use caution if traveling. for the latest weather information...go
to weather.gov/statecollege or monitor noaa weather radio.
report snow or ice accumulation to the national weather service
state college by sending an email to ctp.stormreports@noaa.gov...
posting to the nws state college facebook page...or tweet
@nwsstatecollege with the hashtag c...t...p...w...x.
&&
$$
wwus41 kctp 262058
wswctp
paz027-028-041-046-049>053-056-057-063-270000-
/o.con.kctp.ww.y.0008.000000t0000z-150127t0000z/
mifflin-juniata-northern lycoming-southern lycoming-union-snyder-
montour-northumberland-columbia-perry-dauphin-cumberland-
including the cities of...lewistown...mifflintown...
williamsport...lewisburg...selinsgrove...danville...sunbury...
shamokin...bloomsburg...berwick...newport...harrisburg...
hershey...carlisle
358 pm est mon jan 26 2015
...winter weather advisory remains in effect until 7 pm est this
evening...
* locations...the susquehanna valley.
* hazard types...snow.
* total accumulations...3 to 5 inches total.
* timing...periods of light snow will continue to fall early this
evening...but taper off almost completely after 7 pm.
additional accumulations of a coating to a few inches are
expected across the area.
* impacts...hazardous travel due to snow covered roads.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
hazardous winter weather conditions are expected or occurring.
use caution if traveling. for the latest weather information...go
to weather.gov/statecollege or monitor noaa weather radio.
report snow or ice accumulation to the national weather service
state college by sending an email to ctp.stormreports@noaa.gov...
posting to the nws state college facebook page...or tweet
@nwsstatecollege with the hashtag c...t...p...w...x.
&&
$$
wwus41 klwx 260800
wswlwx
mdz017-018-261600-
/o.upg.klwx.ws.a.0002.150126t2300z-150127t2300z/
/o.exb.klwx.ww.y.0007.150126t2100z-150127t1500z/
st. marys-calvert-
including the city of...st marys city
300 am est mon jan 26 2015
...winter weather advisory in effect from 4 pm this afternoon to
10 am est tuesday...
the national weather service in baltimore md/washington has
issued a winter weather advisory for snow... which is in effect
from 4 pm this afternoon to 10 am est tuesday. the winter storm
watch is no longer in effect.
* precipitation type...snow.
* accumulations...2 to 4 inches.
* timing...a rain and snow mix will change over to all snow by
this evening. snow will continue into tuesday morning.
* temperatures...in the lower 30s.
* winds...north 10 to 15 mph with gusts up to 30 mph.
* impacts...roads will be snow covered and slippery with
visibilities being reduced to near one-quarter mile at times.
the combination of snow covered roads and low visibility will
make traveling dangerous.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter weather advisory means that periods of snow will cause
travel difficulties. be prepared for slippery roads and limited
visibilities...and use caution while driving.
&&
$$
wwus41 klwx 261937
wswlwx
mdz501-wvz501-503-270345-
/o.con.klwx.ws.w.0003.000000t0000z-150127t1200z/
extreme western allegany-western grant-western mineral-
including the cities of...frostburg...bayard...mount storm...
elk garden
237 pm est mon jan 26 2015
...winter storm warning remains in effect until 7 am est
tuesday...
* precipitation type...snow...heavy at times.
* accumulations...6 to 8 inches. locally higher amounts possible
at elevations above 2000 ft.
* timing...snow will continue through tonight before ending
tuesday morning.
* temperatures...mid to upper 20s.
* winds...northeast 5 to 10 mph this evening becoming northwest 10
to 15 mph early tuesday.
* impacts...under the heaviest snow bands...roads will be snow
covered and slippery tonight with visibilities being reduced to
near one-quarter mile at times. the combination of snow covered
roads and low visibility will make travel dangerous.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter storm warning for heavy snow means severe winter weather
conditions are expected or occurring. significant amounts of snow
are forecast that will make travel dangerous. only travel in an
emergency. if you must travel...keep an extra flashlight...
food...and water in your vehicle in case of an emergency.
&&
$$
wwus41 klwx 261937
wswlwx
mdz502-wvz050-055-502-504-270345-
/o.con.klwx.ww.y.0007.000000t0000z-150127t1200z/
central and eastern allegany-hampshire-hardy-eastern grant-
eastern mineral-
including the cities of...cumberland...moorefield...petersburg...
keyser...fort ashby
237 pm est mon jan 26 2015
...winter weather advisory remains in effect until 7 am est
tuesday...
* precipitation type...snow...possibly heavy at times.
* accumulations...2 to 4 inches. locally higher amounts on the
ridges above 2000 feet.
* timing...snow will continue tonight before ending tuesday
morning. the heaviest snow is expected tonight. all snow is
expected along the ridge tops today through tonight.
* temperatures...mid to upper 20s along the ridges above 2000
feet to the lower 30s in the valleys.
* winds...northeast 5 to 10 mph...becoming north tonight into
tuesday around 10 to 15 mph.
* impacts...under the heaviest snow bands...roads will be snow
covered and slippery with visibilities being reduced to near
one-quarter mile at times. the combination of snow covered roads
and low visibility will make traveling dangerous.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter weather advisory for snow means that periods of snow
will cause primarily travel difficulties. be prepared for snow
covered roads and limited visibilities...and use caution while
driving.
&&
$$
wwus41 kokx 252040 cca
wswokx
njz002-nyz067-068-260500-
/o.upg.kokx.ws.a.0002.150126t1800z-150128t0500z/
/o.cor.kokx.bz.w.0001.150126t1800z-150128t0500z/
western passaic-orange-putnam-
339 pm est sun jan 25 2015
...blizzard warning in effect from 1 pm monday to midnight est
tuesday night...
the national weather service in new york has issued a blizzard
warning...which is in effect from 1 pm monday to midnight est
tuesday night. the winter storm watch is no longer in effect.
* locations...western passaic county in northeast new jersey...and
orange county new york.
* hazard types...heavy snow and blowing snow...with blizzard
conditions.
* accumulations...snow accumulation of 18 to 24 inches. snowfall
rates of 2 to 4 inches per hour expected late monday night into
tuesday morning.
* winds...north 20 to 30 mph with gusts up to 45 mph.
* visibilities...one quarter mile or less at times.
* temperatures...mid teens to lower 20s.
* timing...light snow will begin monday morning...with
accumulations of 1 to 2 inches possible by the evening rush.
snow will pick up in intensity monday evening...with the
heaviest snow and strongest winds from about midnight
monday night into tuesday afternoon.
* impacts...life-threatening conditions and extremely dangerous
travel due to heavy snowfall and strong winds...with whiteout
conditions. secondary and tertiary roads may become impassable.
strong winds may down power lines and tree limbs.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a blizzard warning means severe winter weather conditions are
expected or occurring. falling and blowing snow with strong winds
and poor visibilities will lead to whiteout conditions...making
travel extremely dangerous. do not travel. if you must
travel...have a winter survival kit with you. if you get
stranded...stay with your vehicle.
all unnecessary travel is discouraged beginning monday
afternoon...to allow people already on the road to safely reach
their destinations before the heavy snow begins...and to allow
snow removal equipment to begin to clear roads.
&&
$$
wwus41 kokx 262028
wswokx
njz002-nyz067-068-270430-
/o.con.kokx.bz.w.0001.000000t0000z-150128t0500z/
western passaic-orange-putnam-
328 pm est mon jan 26 2015
...blizzard warning remains in effect until midnight est tuesday
night...
* locations...western passaic county in northeast new jersey.
orange and putnam counties new york.
* hazard types...heavy snow and blowing snow...with blizzard
conditions.
* accumulations...12 to 24 inches with locally higher amounts
possible.
* snowfall rates...2 to 4 inches per hour late tonight into
tuesday morning.
* winds...north 15 to 25 mph with gusts up to 35 mph.
* visibilities...one quarter mile or less at times.
* temperatures...teens and lower 20s.
* timing...snow will increase in intensity this evening...becoming
heavy at times through tuesday. the heaviest snow and strongest
winds will be overnight into tuesday morning.
* impacts...life-threatening conditions and extremely dangerous
travel due to heavy snowfall and strong winds...with whiteout
conditions. many roads may become impassable. strong winds may
down power lines and tree limbs.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a blizzard warning means severe winter weather conditions are
expected or occurring. falling and blowing snow with strong winds
and poor visibilities will lead to whiteout conditions...making
travel extremely dangerous. do not travel. if you must travel...
have a winter survival kit with you. if you get stranded...stay
with your vehicle.
all unnecessary travel is discouraged beginning monday
afternoon...to allow people already on the road to safely reach
their destinations before the heavy snow begins...and to allow
snow removal equipment to begin to clear roads.
&&
$$
wwus41 kpbz 261933
wswpbz
mdz001-wvz023-041-270345-
/o.con.kpbz.ww.y.0007.000000t0000z-150127t1200z/
garrett-preston-tucker-
including the cities of...oakland md...kingwood...parsons
233 pm est mon jan 26 2015
...winter weather advisory remains in effect until 7 am est
tuesday...
* additional snow accumulation...2 to 4 inches on the higher
elevations.
* period of most intense snow...3 to 6 pm.
* snow ending...snow will begin to diminish as the evening
progresses.
* impacts...hazardous travel due to snow covered roads.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter weather advisory for snow means that travel difficulties
are expected. report snow accumulation to the national weather
service by calling 412- 262-1988...posting to the nws pittsburgh
facebook page...or using twitter @nwspittsburgh.
&&
$$
wwus41 kphi 262103
wswphi
dez001>004-mdz008-012-015-019-020-paz060-101-102-271000-
/o.con.kphi.ww.y.0008.000000t0000z-150127t2000z/
new castle-kent-inland sussex-delaware beaches-cecil-kent md-
queen annes-talbot-caroline-berks-western chester-eastern chester-
including the cities of...wilmington...dover...georgetown...
rehoboth beach...elkton...chestertown...centreville...easton...
denton...reading...honey brook...oxford...west chester...
kennett square
403 pm est mon jan 26 2015
...winter weather advisory remains in effect until 3 pm est
tuesday...
* hazard types...snow with blowing and drifting.
* snow accumulations...3 to 7 inches, with the lowest amounts in
southern delaware and the lower eastern maryland shore as the
heavier snow is expected to be farther to the northeast.
* timing...rain at times across portions of the delmarva will
change to snow this evening. elsewhere, snow will continue at
times and become steadier later this evening through tuesday
morning, before tapering off toward midday tuesday. the last
areas to change over to all snow will be southern delaware.
* impacts...travel will be or become hazardous through tonight and
tuesday morning.
* winds...north 10 to 20 mph with gusts 30 to 40 mph, with the
highest winds along the delaware coast.
* temperatures...mainly in the lower 20s north, and then
temperatures dropping into the 20s tonight across eastern
maryland and delaware.
* visibility...one quarter to one half mile at times.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter weather advisory means that periods of snow will cause
travel difficulties. be prepared for slippery roads and limited
visibility, and use caution while driving.
&&
$$
wwus41 krnk 262034
wswrnk
vaz019-020-wvz507-508-270300-
/o.con.krnk.ww.y.0005.000000t0000z-150127t0300z/
alleghany va-bath-eastern greenbrier-western greenbrier-
including the cities of...clifton forge...covington...hot springs
334 pm est mon jan 26 2015
...winter weather advisory remains in effect until 10 pm est this
evening...
* locations...higher elevations from greenbrier county east
across the virginia highlands into parts of the southern
shenandoah valley.
* hazard types...accumulating snowfall.
* accumulations...snow accumulation of 1 to 3 inches...with
locally higher amounts in northwest greenbrier county.
* timing...through 10 pm est this evening.
* impacts...roads becoming slick and snow covered... especially
bridges and overpasses.
* temperatures...falling into the 20s.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
this winter weather advisory means that periods of
snow...will cause travel difficulties. be prepared for slippery
roads and limited visibilities...and use caution while driving.
&&
$$

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