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wwus83 kbis 092146
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414
special weather statement
national weather service bismarck nd
346 pm cst tue feb 9 2016
ndz005-013-023-025-037-048-051-100600-
rolette-pierce-wells-foster-stutsman-la moure-dickey-
including the cities of...rolla...rugby...harvey...carrington...
jamestown...edgeley...oakes
346 pm cst tue feb 9 2016
...accumulating snow likely across the james river valley tonight
and tomorrow...
snowfall is expected to begin late tonight and persist through
tomorrow afternoon across the james river valley. between 2 and 4
inches of snow is likely along a line from
rolla and rugby to carrington...jamestown and ellendale.
$$
wwus81 kbox 092128
spsbox
380
special weather statement
national weather service taunton ma
428 pm est tue feb 9 2016
ctz002>004-maz002>024-026-riz001>008-100415-
hartford ct-tolland ct-windham ct-western franklin ma-
eastern franklin ma-northern worcester ma-central middlesex ma-
western essex ma-eastern essex ma-western hampshire ma-
western hampden ma-eastern hampshire ma-eastern hampden ma-
southern worcester ma-western norfolk ma-southeast middlesex ma-
suffolk ma-eastern norfolk ma-northern bristol ma-
western plymouth ma-eastern plymouth ma-southern bristol ma-
southern plymouth ma-barnstable ma-dukes ma-nantucket ma-
northern middlesex ma-northwest providence ri-
southeast providence ri-western kent ri-eastern kent ri-
bristol ri-washington ri-newport ri-block island ri-
including the cities of...hartford...windsor locks...union...
vernon...putnam...willimantic...charlemont...greenfield...
orange...barre...fitchburg...framingham...lowell...lawrence...
gloucester...chesterfield...blandford...amherst...northampton...
springfield...milford...worcester...foxboro...norwood...
cambridge...boston...quincy...taunton...brockton...plymouth...
fall river...new bedford...mattapoisett...chatham...falmouth...
provincetown...vineyard haven...nantucket...ayer...foster...
smithfield...providence...west greenwich...warwick...bristol...
narragansett...westerly...newport...block island
428 pm est tue feb 9 2016
...scattered but locally heavy snow showers possible wednesday...
scattered snow showers will overspread the region wednesday
morning across connecticut and western-central massachusetts...then
spreading eastward into rhode island and eastern massachusetts
during the afternoon. heavy snowfall amounts are not expected
however a few heavy snow showers may result in a quick 1 to 2
inches of snowfall in a short period of time resulting in roads
becoming snow covered.
this may impact the morning commute across connecticut and
western-central massachusetts including the greater
hartford/springfield area. snow showers may linger into the late
afternoon across rhode island and eastern massachusetts. this
would potentially impact the late day commute across this area.
the greatest risk for locally heavy snow showers is across western
portions of connecticut and massachusetts during the morning and
then in the afternoon over southern portions of massachusetts and
rhode island. there is a low risk that a few locations in this
area could see localized snowfall amounts of 3 to 4 inches while
most locations experience less.
given the forecast uncertainty stay tuned to later forecasts and
discussions on this evolving weather system.
$$
wwus82 kffc 092012
spsffc
021
special weather statement
national weather service peachtree city ga
312 pm est tue feb 9 2016
gaz022>025-027-030>037-041>048-052>055-057-101000-
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-
312 pm est tue feb 9 2016
...scattered snow showers continuing this evening...
...patchy black ice expected...
on either side of the i-20 corridor...scattered snow showers or
flurries will continue through this evening before tapering off
later tonight. additional accumulations will be minor...generally
a dusting to 1/4 inch. however...the potential for icy spots on
roads will increase as temperatures quickly fall below freezing
after sunset this evening.
secondary roads...bridges and overpasses will be most prone to
seeing any accumulating snow and black ice. motorists are urged to
use extreme caution if venturing out tonight.
more widespread impacts and hazardous driving conditions will
exist along and north of a rome to canton to dawsonville line
where higher accumulations of snow have occurred. a winter weather
advisory remains in effect for these areas...including the north
georgia mountains...through 10 am wednesday.
$$
wwus83 kfgf 092136
spsfgf
315
special weather statement
national weather service grand forks nd
336 pm cst tue feb 9 2016
ndz006-007-014-015-024-026-028-038-049-052-100945-
towner-cavalier-benson-ramsey-eddy-nelson-griggs-barnes-ransom-
sargent-
including the cities of...cando...langdon...fort totten...
maddock...leeds...minnewaukan...devils lake...new rockford...
lakota...mcville...aneta...tolna...cooperstown...valley city...
lisbon...enderlin...gwinner...milnor...forman...rutland
336 pm cst tue feb 9 2016
...snow tonight into wednesday...
a quick moving clipper will likely produce 1 to 3 inches of snow
for the devils lake basin and into valley city to forman area by
early afternoon on wednesday. there is also chance for a narrow
area of heavier snowfall...up to 5 inches...within this snow
band.
$$
wwus84 khun 092315
spshun
952
special weather statement
national weather service huntsville al
515 pm cst tue feb 9 2016
alz001>007-016-100600-
lauderdale-colbert-franklin al-lawrence-limestone-madison-morgan-
cullman-
including the cities of...florence...muscle shoals...russellville...
moulton...athens...huntsville...decatur...cullman
515 pm cst tue feb 9 2016
...isolated very light snow showers will be possible through late
this evening...
isolated very light snow showers will continue to impact portions of
northwest and north central alabama through the late evening hours.
accumulations from any additional snowfall will likely range from a
trace to one quarter of an inch.
temperatures will remain below freezing this evening...with most
locations falling into the mid 20s by midnight. this will lead to
slick road conditions...especially on bridges and overpasses, and in
any areas that received significant snowfall earlier today.
$$
wwus83 kind 092037
spsind
118
special weather statement
national weather service indianapolis in
337 pm est tue feb 9 2016
inz021-028>031-035>049-051>057-060>065-067>072-100845-
carroll-warren-tippecanoe-clinton-howard-fountain-montgomery-
boone-tipton-hamilton-madison-delaware-randolph-vermillion-parke-
putnam-hendricks-marion-hancock-henry-vigo-clay-owen-morgan-
johnson-shelby-rush-sullivan-greene-monroe-brown-bartholomew-
decatur-knox-daviess-martin-lawrence-jackson-jennings-
including the cities of...lafayette...frankfort...kokomo...
crawfordsville...anderson...muncie...indianapolis...terre haute...
shelbyville...bloomington...columbus...vincennes...bedford...
seymour
337 pm est tue feb 9 2016
...snow...wind and cold temperatures combine to produce hazardous
travel conditions at times through wednesday...
a strong upper level low over northern indiana will move slowly
east through midweek. the upper low and northwest winds off lake
michigan will result in scattered to numerous snow showers and
isolated squalls across central indiana through this evening. the
snow showers will be less numerous later tonight and end across
northeastern parts of central indiana by late wednesday.
in addition...very cold air will filter in over the ohio valley.
highs by wednesday are not likely to rise out of the teens with
subzero wind chills overnight tonight and wednesday morning and
again overnight wednesday night and thursday morning.
the combination of snow with wind gusts to 25 mph will produce
blowing snow and lowered visibility in heavier snow
showers...especially this afternoon. the snow and wind will
create some hazardous travel conditions across central indiana
with icy and snow covered roadways.
total accumulations of 1 to 3 inches are possible by late
wednesday with the highest amounts near and east of a kokomo to
rushville line. locally higher amounts will occur if heavier snow
showers persist.
motorists should be alert to slick roads and sudden reductions in
the visibility at times through midweek.
$$
wwus83 kjkl 100226
spsjkl
975
special weather statement
national weather service jackson ky
926 pm est tue feb 9 2016
kyz060-106-108-109-111>115-100330-
perry-lee-owsley-knott-wolfe-menifee-morgan-magoffin-breathitt-
926 pm est tue feb 9 2016
...an area of heavy snow showers will affect perry...lee...owsley..
.knott...wolfe...menifee...morgan...magoffin...breathitt counties
through 1030 pm est...
at 924 pm est...a snow squall was along a line extending from demund
to near taulbee to jetts creek...and moving southeast at 15 mph.
locations impacted include...
jackson...salyersville...beattyville...campton...booneville...
mason...simpson...lewis...fincastle...sewell...brownlow...lane...
vada...ida may...st. helens...ned...evanston...vancleve...koomer
ridge campground and howard creek.
this includes the following highways...
bert t. combs mountain parkway between mile markers 37 and 76.
kentucky highway 80 in knott county between mile markers 1 and 2.
kentucky highway 80 in perry county between mile markers 13 and 15.
expect a half of an inch or more of snow as these snow showers pass.
visibilities will drop quickly to less than a quarter of a mile in
this squall.
conditions can deteriorate rapidly in heavy snow showers. be
prepared for snow or ice covered roads. slow down and allow extra
time if traveling.
&&
lat...lon 3785 8299 3781 8299 3778 8295 3767 8294
3765 8291 3753 8288 3748 8293 3747 8287
3726 8330 3758 8388 3762 8387 3764 8381
3766 8382 3770 8377 3772 8370 3786 8360
time...mot...loc 0224z 292deg 14kt 3783 8334 3761 8331 3748 8356
$$
wwus84 kohx 092337
spsohx
498
special weather statement
national weather service nashville tn
537 pm cst tue feb 9 2016
tnz023-024-056>058-093>095-101200-
houston-humphreys-perry-hickman-lewis-wayne-lawrence-giles-
including the cities of...erin...waverly...lobelville...
centerville...hohenwald...waynesboro...lawrenceburg...pulaski
537 pm cst tue feb 9 2016
...light snowfall possible through this evening...
periods of scattered light snow showers will be possible through
the evening hours. although snowfall is not likely to result in
widespread travel impacts...some locations could experience
slippery road conditions...especially secondary roads. any wet
roads may have ice develop due to falling temperatures tonight.
caution is advised when traveling area roadways through the
overnight hours.
$$
wwus83 kpah 092055
spspah
506
special weather statement
national weather service paducah ky
255 pm cst tue feb 9 2016
ilz075>078-080>094-inz081-082-085>088-kyz001>022-moz076-087-111-
112-100400-
jefferson-wayne il-edwards-wabash-perry il-franklin-hamilton-
white-jackson-williamson-saline-gallatin-union il-johnson-pope-
hardin-alexander-pulaski-massac-gibson-pike-posey-vanderburgh-
warrick-spencer-fulton-hickman-carlisle-ballard-mccracken-graves-
livingston-marshall-calloway-crittenden-lyon-trigg-caldwell-
union ky-webster-hopkins-christian-henderson-daviess-mclean-
muhlenberg-todd-perry mo-cape girardeau-scott-mississippi-
including the cities of...mount vernon...fairfield...albion...
mount carmel...pinckneyville...west frankfort...mcleansboro...
carmi...carbondale...herrin...harrisburg...shawneetown...
jonesboro...vienna...golconda...elizabethtown...cairo...
mound city...metropolis...fort branch...petersburg...poseyville...
evansville...boonville...rockport...hickman...clinton...
bardwell...wickliffe...paducah...mayfield...smithland...benton...
murray...marion...eddyville...cadiz...princeton...morganfield...
dixon...madisonville...hopkinsville...henderson...owensboro...
calhoun...greenville...elkton...perryville...cape girardeau...
sikeston...charleston
255 pm cst tue feb 9 2016
...slick spots will be possible on some area roadways into the
evening hours...
continuing scattered light snow showers or flurries...mainly along
and east of the mississippi river...will leave just enough
moisture on roadtop surfaces that freezing temperatures will turn
into icy slick spots on untreated roadways. be aware of this
possibility as we head into the evening and the commuting hours.
drive slowly and take it easy braking and turning just in case
there is a slick spot you cannot necessarily see.
$$
wwus85 kriw 092204
spsriw
317
special weather statement
national weather service riverton wy
304 pm mst tue feb 9 2016
wyz003-101000-
cody foothills-
including the cities of...cody...meeteetse
304 pm mst tue feb 9 2016
...strong winds expected wednesday...
west winds will likely increase to 40 to 50 mph along with gusts
to 60 mph in the cody foothills late tonight and early wednesday...
especially around clark north of cody and along the north and
south forks of the shoshoni rivers. drivers of high profile and
lightweight vehicles could encounter strong crosswind along
highway 120 as well as along portions of highways 16 and 291 that
could result in loss of control and the risk of a blowover.
$$

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