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wwus83 karx 042048
spsarx
737
special weather statement
national weather service la crosse wi
248 pm cst wed mar 4 2015
iaz008>011-018-019-029-030-mnz079-086>088-094>096-wiz017-029-
032>034-041>044-053>055-061-050400-
mitchell-howard-winneshiek-allamakee-floyd-chickasaw-fayette-
clayton-wabasha-dodge-olmsted-winona-mower-fillmore-houston-
taylor-clark-buffalo-trempealeau-jackson-la crosse-monroe-juneau-
adams-vernon-crawford-richland-grant-
including the cities of...decorah...waukon...charles city...
oelwein...rochester...winona...austin...medford...neillsville...
black river falls...la crosse...sparta/tomah...mauston...
viroqua...prairie du chien...richland center...platteville
248 pm cst wed mar 4 2015
...very cold temperatures tonight into early thursday morning...then
a warming trend for the weekend...
arctic air will settle over the area tonight with low
temperatures dipping into the single digits and teens below zero.
northwest winds of 5 to 10 mph will combine with these
temperatures to produce wind chills in the minus 15 to minus 25
degree range. wind chills around 25 below zero can produce
frostbite within 30 minutes. if venturing out early thursday
morning...be sure to bundle up appropriately.
moderating temperatures will then be seen friday and into the
weekend. look for highs friday in the 30s...with some locations
approaching 40 degrees saturday and sunday.
$$
wwus84 kbro 041941
spsbro
074
special weather statement
national weather service brownsville tx
141 pm cst wed mar 4 2015
txz250-251-253>257-050100-
brooks-kenedy-hidalgo-inland willacy-inland cameron-
coastal willacy-coastal cameron-
including the cities of...falfurrias...sarita...mcallen...
edinburg...pharr...mission...weslaco...raymondville...
brownsville...harlingen...port mansfield...port isabel...
south padre island...laguna heights...laguna vista
141 pm cst wed mar 4 2015
...light freezing drizzle possible late thursday night through
friday morning for the lower valley...
a strong cold front will arrive thursday morning...lowering
temperatures significantly. thursday night temperatures for the
lower valley...including the counties of cameron...willacy...
hidalgo and the southern portions of kenedy and brooks
counties...will decrease to just above freezing by the predawn
hours of friday. any light liquid precipitation will have a chance
to evaporate as it falls through drier air near the surface...
allowing it to potentially cool enough to freeze by the time it
reaches the ground.
precipitation accumulation is expected to be light...but because
the potential occurrence of freezing precipitation in deep south
texas is relatively rare...precautionary measures should be taken.
be prepared to deal with a light coat of ice on surfaces like your
vehicle first thing friday morning. elevated surfaces like bridges
and overpasses may be slippery and motorists should use extreme
care during the morning commute friday morning.
stay tuned to noaa weather radio or your local media for further
updates.
$$
wwus81 kctp 042349
spsctp
606
paz064>066-050200-
special weather statement
national weather service state college pa
646 pm est wed mar 4 2015
...dense fog will blanket parts of the area until late evening...
dense fog with visibilities less than a quarter mile will
cover the area until around 10 or 11 pm. if travelling...slow
down and use low beam headlights. the fog should begin to
disperse by around 10 or 11 pm.
$$
wwus83 kdvn 042120
spsdvn
536
special weather statement
national weather service quad cities ia il
320 pm cst wed mar 4 2015
iaz040>042-051>054-063>066-050400-
buchanan-delaware-dubuque-benton-linn-jones-jackson-iowa-johnson-
cedar-clinton-
including the cities of...independence...manchester...dubuque...
vinton...cedar rapids...anamosa...maquoketa...marengo...
iowa city...tipton...clinton
320 pm cst wed mar 4 2015
...very cold temperatures late tonight into early thursday morning...
another arctic air mass will settle over the area tonight into
thursday. low temperatures are expected to drop to 5 to 10 below
zero. northwest winds of 5 to 10 mph will combine with the cold to
produce wind chills of 15 to 25 below zero.
wind chills of 20 below zero or colder can produce frostbite
within 30 minutes. individuals going outside late tonight and
early thursday morning should dress appropriately.
$$
wwus82 kffc 041924
spsffc
636
special weather statement
national weather service peachtree city ga
224 pm est wed mar 4 2015
gaz008-009-013>016-020>025-027-030>037-041>048-052>055-057-050730-
union-towns-pickens-dawson-lumpkin-white-bartow-cherokee-forsyth-
hall-banks-jackson-madison-polk-paulding-cobb-north fulton-
gwinnett-barrow-clarke-oconee-haralson-carroll-douglas-
south fulton-dekalb-rockdale-walton-newton-heard-coweta-fayette-
clayton-henry-
224 pm est wed mar 4 2015
...rain mixed with sleet thursday afternoon with patches of black
ice developing thursday night...
rain will spread across much of north georgia thursday. as colder
air spreads into the state during the afternoon...some of the rain
could be mixed with sleet...especially north of a line from
carrollton...to marietta...to cleveland. no accumulation of sleet
is expected. the rain and sleet mix will diminish from the west thursday
evening.
however as temperatures drop below freezing thursday
night...patches of black ice could form creating slick spots on
roads. patchy black ice will be possible north of a line from
franklin...to peachtree city...to athens.
people traveling across north georgia thursday afternoon and
thursday night should be prepared for slick spots on
roads...mainly after sunset thursday evening.
$$
wwus83 kgrb 042022
spsgrb
119
special weather statement
national weather service green bay wi
222 pm cst wed mar 4 2015
wiz005-010>013-018>022-030-031-035>040-045-048>050-073-074-050400-
vilas-oneida-forest-florence-northern marinette-lincoln-langlade-
menominee-northern oconto-door-marathon-shawano-wood-portage-
waupaca-outagamie-brown-kewaunee-waushara-winnebago-calumet-
manitowoc-southern marinette-southern oconto-
including the cities of...eagle river...rhinelander...crandon...
tomahawk...antigo...keshena...sturgeon bay...wausau...
wisconsin rapids...stevens point...appleton...green bay...
algoma...wautoma...oshkosh...chilton...two rivers...crivitz
222 pm cst wed mar 4 2015
...one more very cold night before temperatures moderate by the
weekend...
one more very cold night is expected across north-central and
northeast wisconsin. low temperatures tonight should range from
around 5 below zero along the lake shore to around 20 below zero
across north-central wisconsin.
gusty northwest winds will continue to subside this evening and
overnight. the combination of falling temperatures...and diminishing
winds will produce wind chill readings near 20 below zero late
tonight into early thursday morning across northeast wisconsin.
across north-central wisconsin...light winds may produce wind
chills down to around 25 below zero at times late tonight into
early thursday morning. wind chills this low can produce frostbite
within 30 minutes on exposed skin.
it will remain cold on thursday with highs from 10 to 15 degrees...
or about 20 degrees below normal for this time of year. much warmer
weather returns on friday with highs in the upper 20s and lower
30s.
$$
wwus83 kmkx 042158
spsmkx
913
special weather statement
national weather service milwaukee/sullivan wi
358 pm cst wed mar 4 2015
wiz046-047-051-052-056>060-062>072-050400-
marquette-green lake-fond du lac-sheboygan-sauk-columbia-dodge-
washington-ozaukee-iowa-dane-jefferson-waukesha-milwaukee-
lafayette-green-rock-walworth-racine-kenosha-
including the cities of...montello...berlin...fond du lac...
sheboygan...baraboo...portage...wisconsin dells...beaver dam...
west bend...port washington...dodgeville...madison...jefferson...
lake mills...waukesha...brookfield...milwaukee...darlington...
monroe...janesville...beloit...elkhorn...lake geneva...racine...
kenosha
358 pm cst wed mar 4 2015
...one more very cold night tonight into thursday morning...
wind chill values will drop into the 10 to 20 below zero range
overnight as temperatures plummet into the single digits below
zero. high pressure sliding just to the southwest of wisconsin
will allow for enough of a breeze to create these cold wind
chills. this is the last very cold night for the week and
hopefully for the season as we head into a warmer pattern for
next week.
$$
wwus81 kphi 050015
spsphi
992
special weather statement
national weather service mount holly nj
715 pm est wed mar 4 2015
dez001>004-mdz008-012-015-019-020-njz015>027-paz070-071-101>104-
106-050300-
new castle-kent-inland sussex-delaware beaches-cecil-kent md-
queen annes-talbot-caroline-mercer-salem-gloucester-camden-
northwestern burlington-ocean-cumberland-atlantic-cape may-
atlantic coastal cape may-coastal atlantic-coastal ocean-
southeastern burlington-delaware-philadelphia-western chester-
eastern chester-western montgomery-eastern montgomery-lower bucks-
including the cities of...wilmington...dover...georgetown...
rehoboth beach...elkton...chestertown...centreville...easton...
denton...trenton...pennsville...glassboro...camden...
cherry hill...moorestown...mount holly...jackson...millville...
hammonton...cape may court house...ocean city...atlantic city...
long beach island...wharton state forest...media...philadelphia...
honey brook...oxford...west chester...kennett square...
collegeville...pottstown...norristown...lansdale...morrisville...
doylestown
715 pm est wed mar 4 2015
patchy dense fog will slow travel this wednesday evening across
maryland's eastern shore, delaware, southeast pennsylvania and the
southern and central portions of new jersey. visibility occasionally
near one quarter mile should improve after 10 pm as rain intensifies
and a north to northwest wind develops.
$$
wwus84 ksjt 050008
spssjt
914
special weather statement
national weather service san angelo tx
608 pm cst wed mar 4 2015
txz049-054-064>066-071-072-098-099-113-114-127-128-050215-
fisher-nolan-sterling-coke-runnels-irion-tom green-haskell-
throckmorton-jones-shackelford-taylor-callahan-
including the cities of...rotan...roby...sweetwater...
sterling city...robert lee...bronte...ballinger...winters...
mertzon...san angelo...haskell...throckmorton...woodson...
stamford...anson...hamlin...albany...abilene...clyde...baird...
cross plains
608 pm cst wed mar 4 2015
...deteriorating conditions are likely through this evening...
national weather service doppler radar continues to show an
expanding area of precipitation...with a few embedded
thunderstorms...to the west of a line from anson...to mertzon. this
area of precipitation will reach a san angelo...to abilene line by
7:30 pm. a mix of freezing rain...sleet...and snow can be
expected. locally heaver bursts of this wintry precipitation are
possible...especially if thunderstorms continue to develop. as
temperatures continue to drop...icy conditions will develop on area
roads...especially bridges and overpasses.
$$

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