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wwus41 kaly 222300
wswaly
nyz032-033-038>042-047-048-082-083-231000-
/o.con.kaly.ww.y.0021.000000t0000z-141123t1000z/
northern herkimer-hamilton-southern herkimer-southern fulton-
montgomery-northern saratoga-northern warren-schoharie-
western schenectady-northern fulton-southeast warren-
including the cities of...atwell...big moose...eagle bay...
mckeever...nobleboro...northwood...old forge...speculator...
ilion...herkimer...little falls...mohawk...frankfort...
dolgeville...gloversville...johnstown...amsterdam...wellsville...
saratoga springs...warrensburg...cobleskill...middleburgh...
delanson...esperance...duanesburg...northville...mayfield...
glens falls...west glens falls
600 pm est sat nov 22 2014
...winter weather advisory remains in effect until 5 am est
sunday...
* locations...mohawk valley...schoharie valley...southern
adirondacks...and the lake george saratoga region.
* hazard types...light freezing rain and some sleet.
* ice accumulations...coating to a tenth of an inch.
* snow and sleet accumulations...up to an inch across the
western adirondacks...and generally a coating to few tenths of
an inch of snow and sleet possible elsewhere.
* timing...a light wintry mix of snow...sleet and freezing rain
develops will persist into the early morning hours. the mixed
precipitation will change to plain rain prior to daybreak. the
mix precipitation will last the longest over the sheltered elevated
valley locations.
* impacts...hazardous travel and walking conditions on untreated
surfaces.
* temperatures...in the upper 20s to mid 30s.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter weather advisory means that periods of snow...sleet...or
freezing rain will cause travel difficulties. be prepared for
slippery roads and limited visibilities...and use caution while
driving.
&&
$$
wwus41 kbgm 222103
wswbgm
nyz009-037-046-057-062-230900-
/o.con.kbgm.zr.y.0004.000000t0000z-141123t0900z/
northern oneida-southern oneida-otsego-delaware-sullivan-
including the cities of...boonville...utica...rome...oneonta...
cooperstown...walton...delhi...monticello
403 pm est sat nov 22 2014
...freezing rain advisory remains in effect until 4 am est
sunday...
* locations...the western mohawk valley...otsego county...and
the western catskills.
* hazards...light freezing rain or freezing drizzle.
* ice accumulations...one tenth of an inch or less.
* timing...light rain and freezing rain will develop over the
region late this afternoon...generally between 4 and 6 pm. the
most likely period of freezing rain or freezing drizzle is
this evening...generally between 6 pm and midnight.
* temperatures...in the mid 30s.
* winds...southwest 5 to 10 mph.
* impacts...slippery travel conditions.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a freezing rain advisory means that periods of freezing rain or
freezing drizzle will cause travel difficulties. be prepared for
slippery roads. slow down and use caution while driving.
&&
$$
wwus45 kbou 222303
wswbou
coz030-032-230715-
/o.con.kbou.ww.y.0038.141123t0000z-141125t0000z/
jackson county below 9000 feet-
grand and summit counties below 9000 feet-
including the cities of...gould...north park...rand...spicer...
walden...dillon...fraser...granby...grand lake...
hot sulphur springs...kremmling
403 pm mst sat nov 22 2014
...winter weather advisory remains in effect until 5 pm mst
monday...
* timing...snow will continue to develop and become heavy at times
this evening. lighter snow will be possible on sunday...with
an increase in snow again sunday night and early monday.
* snow accumulations...total snow accumulations from tonight
through monday will range from 6 to 12 inches.
* wind/visibility...west to west northwest winds will blow from
15 to 25 mph with gusts to 35 mph especially on sunday.
visibilities will be reduced to a quarter mile at times due to
snow and blowing snow.
* impacts...roads will become snowpacked and may be icy...so
expect winter driving conditions.
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.
&&
$$
wwus45 kbou 222303
wswbou
353
urgent - winter weather message
national weather service denver/boulder co
403 pm mst sat nov 22 2014
...prolonged period of snow...gusty winds...and hazardous winter
travel conditions for the mountains and high valleys...
.snow has developed over the higher northern mountains late this
afternoon and will become more widespread by this evening. periods
of snow will then continue through sunday and monday. the heaviest
snowfall is expected to occur this evening...and then again late
sunday night into monday as a coupe of upper level disturbances
move across the state. in addition...strong gusty winds can also
be expected over the mountains through the entire
period...producing considerable blowing and drifting snow.
hazardous winter travel conditions will develop with the onset of
snow.
coz031-033-034-230715-
/o.con.kbou.ws.w.0011.141123t0000z-141125t0000z/
west jackson and west grand counties above 9000 feet-
south and east jackson/larimer/north and northeast grand/
northwest boulder counties above 9000 feet-
south and southeast grand/west central and southwest boulder/
gilpin/clear creek/summit/north and west park counties above
9000 feet-
including the cities of...
east slopes park and northern gore ranges...gore pass...
rabbit ears pass...cameron pass...
laramie and medicine bow mountains...rabbit ears range...
rocky mountain national park...willow creek pass...
berthoud pass...breckenridge...east slopes mosquito range...
east slopes southern gore range...eisenhower tunnel...
indian peaks...kenosha mountains...mount evans...
williams fork mountains...winter park
403 pm mst sat nov 22 2014
...winter storm warning remains in effect until 5 pm mst monday...
* timing...snow will continue to develop and become widespread
over the north central mountains by this evening. snow will
continue through sunday and monday...before finally decreasing
by monday night.
* snow accumulations...storm totals of 10 to 20 inches with
locally higher amounts up to two feet.
* wind/visibility...west to northwest winds 20 to 35 mph with
gusts in excess of 50 mph above timberline. visibilities will
drop to less than one quarter mile during periods of heavier
falling and/or blowing snow. brief whiteout conditions will be
possible in open areas.
* impacts...hazardous and slow winter travel conditions will
develop across the colorado high country late this afternoon
and evening...and then remain in place through monday. this
includes i-70 from near georgetown through summit county and
vail pass...as well as highway 40 over berthoud pass and
rabbit ears pass.
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 kbtv 222014
wswbtv
833
urgent - winter weather message
national weather service burlington vt
314 pm est sat nov 22 2014
vtz003-004-007-010-012-231000-
/o.new.kbtv.zr.y.0003.141122t2200z-141123t1200z/
orleans-essex-caledonia-orange-windsor-
including the cities of...newport...island pond...st. johnsbury...
bradford...randolph...springfield...white river junction
314 pm est sat nov 22 2014
...freezing rain advisory in effect until 7 am est sunday...
the national weather service in burlington has issued a freezing
rain advisory for eastern vermont...which is in effect until 7 am
est sunday.
* locations...the northeast kingdom and the connecticut valley of
vermont.
* hazard types...freezing rain...mixed with sleet and snow to
start this evening.
* accumulations...several hundreths of an inch of ice.
* timing...freezing rain will begin early this evening across the
advisory area...mixed with light snow and sleet to start.
overnight...intervals of light freezing rain are
expected...resulting in light ice accumulation. temperatures
will warm above freezing after 7 am sunday...ending any
potential icing.
* impacts...travel may become hazardous on untreated surfaces due
to light icing.
* winds...southwest 5 to 10 mph.
* temperatures...lows around 30.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a freezing rain advisory means that periods of freezing rain will
cause travel difficulties. be prepared for slippery roads. slow
down 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.
&&
$$
wwus41 kbuf 222353
wswbuf
710
urgent - winter weather message
national weather service buffalo ny
653 pm est sat nov 22 2014
nyz008-230500-
/o.con.kbuf.zr.y.0004.000000t0000z-141123t0500z/
lewis-
including the city of...lowville
653 pm est sat nov 22 2014
...freezing rain advisory remains in effect until midnight est
tonight...
* locations...lewis county.
* timing...through midnight tonight.
* accumulations...snow accumulating an inch or less tonight. ice
accumulating up to one tenth of an inch tonight.
* impacts...periods of light freezing rain will result in a
coating of ice on untreated surfaces...making them extremely
slippery.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a freezing rain advisory is issued when icing is expected in the
affected areas...but not enough to disrupt travel or damage trees
and power lines. instead...patches of ice will cause slick spots
on roadways and sidewalks. walking and driving could therefore be
difficult...but not impossible.
stay tuned to noaa weather radio or your favorite source of
weather information for the latest updates. additional details
can also be found at www.weather.gov/buffalo.
report ice accumulation to the national weather service in
buffalo by sending an email to bufstorm.report@noaa.gov...posting
to the nws buffalo facebook page...or tweet...using the hashtag
bufwx
&&
$$
wwus41 kctp 230107
wswctp
710
urgent - winter weather message
national weather service state college pa
807 pm est sat nov 22 2014
paz006-011-012-037-041-042-045-046-230600-
/o.exp.kctp.zr.y.0006.000000t0000z-141123t0100z/
/o.new.kctp.zr.y.0007.141123t0107z-141123t0600z/
potter-cameron-northern clinton-tioga-northern lycoming-sullivan-
southern clinton-southern lycoming-
including the cities of...*coudersport...emporium...renovo...
mansfield...wellsboro...laporte...lock haven...williamsport
807 pm est sat nov 22 2014
...freezing rain advisory in effect until 1 am est sunday...
the national weather service in state college has issued a
freezing rain advisory...which is in effect until 1 am est
sunday.
* locations...the central and northern mountains.
* hazard types...spotty light freezing rain.
* ice accumulations...a thin glaze.
* timing...occasional light rain will continue into the evening
hours. temperatures are still within a degree or two either
side of freezing...creating variable conditions across the
advisory area where pockets of light icing are occurring.
temperatures are expected to continue to slowly climb...with
the threat for icing expected to diminish by early evening.
* impacts...emergency managers report numerous accidents and
road closures. while the amount of freezing rain will be
slight...it only takes a small amount of ice to cause
hazardous conditions for travelers and pedestrians. be
especially cautious on bridges and over passes.
* winds...southwest 5 to 10 mph with gusts up to 25 mph.
* temperatures...in the mid 30s.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
hazardous winter weather conditions are expected or occurring.
use caution if traveling especially on bridges and overpasses.
for the latest weather information...go to
weather.gov/statecollege or monitor noaa weather radio.
report 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.
&&
$$
wwus45 kggw 222204
wswggw
184
urgent - winter weather message
national weather service glasgow mt
304 pm mst sat nov 22 2014
.winds of 20 to 30 mph gusting to 40 mph tonight and sunday
combined with around an inch of new snow is expected to lead to
reduced visibility in any areas receiving snow. snow will not be
heavy nor continuous...but will blow with wind.
mtz016>020-022>027-059>062-231100-
/o.new.kggw.ww.y.0019.141123t0600z-141123t2100z/
central and southeast phillips-central and southern valley-
daniels-sheridan-western roosevelt-garfield-mccone-richland-
dawson-prairie-wibaux-northern phillips-southwest phillips-
northern valley-eastern roosevelt-
including the cities of...malta...saco...glasgow...fort peck...
hinsdale...frazer...scobey...plentywood...medicine lake...
wolf point...poplar...jordan...circle...sidney...fairview...
glendive...richey...terry...wibaux...whitewater...zortman...
opheim...culbertson
304 pm mst sat nov 22 2014
...winter weather advisory in effect from 11 pm this evening to
2 pm mst sunday...
the national weather service in glasgow has issued a winter
weather advisory for blowing snow...which is in effect from 11 pm
this evening to 2 pm mst sunday.
* timing...11 pm tonight through 2 pm sunday
* main impact...areas of blowing snow will reduce visibility down
to a quarter mile in areas receiving snow.
* other impacts...some travel difficulties are expected.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter weather advisory for snow and/or blowing snow means that
visibility will be limited due to a combination of falling and
blowing snow.
&&
$$
wwus45 kgjt 222227
wswgjt
utz023-230630-
/o.con.kgjt.ww.y.0045.000000t0000z-141123t1300z/
eastern uinta mountains-
including the cities of...manila...dutch john
327 pm mst sat nov 22 2014
...winter weather advisory remains in effect until 6 am mst
sunday...
* timing...snow and blowing snow begins this afternoon and will
continue through sunday morning.
* snow accumulation...3 to 5 inches.
* winds...west 20 to 30 mph with gusts up to 40 mph.
* impacts...travel will become challenging due to poor
visibility in snow...fog...and blowing snow. meanwhile...roads
will become icy and snowpacked...especially over mountain
passes.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter weather advisory means that periods of snow and/or
blowing snow will cause travel difficulties. be prepared for
slippery roads and limited visibilities...and use caution while
driving.
&&
$$
wwus41 kgyx 222003
wswgyx
854
urgent - winter weather message
national weather service gray me
303 pm est sat nov 22 2014
...light freezing rain will occur overnight...
.freezing rain showers will move in this evening. warm air aloft
with very cold surfaces will result in a light coating of ice.
mez007-008-nhz001>003-005-007-230415-
/o.new.kgyx.zr.y.0005.141122t2200z-141123t1200z/
northern oxford-northern franklin-northern coos-southern coos-
northern grafton-southern grafton-sullivan-
including the cities of...andover...roxbury...upton...
wilsons mills...coburn gore...rangeley...kingfield...colebrook...
berlin...lancaster...littleton...lebanon...hanover...plymouth...
claremont...newport...charlestown
303 pm est sat nov 22 2014
...freezing rain advisory in effect until 7 am est sunday...
the national weather service in gray has issued a freezing rain
advisory...which is in effect until 7 am est sunday.
* hazard types... light freezing rain.
* ice accumulations...around a trace.
* timing... this evening through the overnight hours.
* impacts... a coating of ice will make roads slippery.
* temperatures...in the upper 20s to lower 30s.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a freezing rain advisory means that periods of freezing rain or
freezing drizzle will cause travel difficulties. be prepared for
slippery roads. slow down and use caution while driving.
&&
$$
wwus45 klkn 202315
wswlkn
787
urgent - winter weather message
national weather service elko nv
315 pm pst thu nov 20 2014
.a pacific storm system will bring strong winds and significant
snowfall to northeast nevada friday night through saturday night.
nvz034-211115-
/o.can.klkn.bz.a.0001.141122t1200z-141123t1200z/
/o.exb.klkn.ws.a.0003.141122t1200z-141123t1200z/
ruby mountains/east humboldt range-
including the following locations...secret pass...
lamoille canyon...harrison pass
315 pm pst thu nov 20 2014
...blizzard watch changed to winter storm watch...which remains
in effect from late friday night through late saturday night...
the national weather service in elko has changed the blizzard
watch to a winter storm watch...which remains in effect from late
friday night through late saturday night.
* expected conditions: heavy snow and blowing snow.
* winds: west 20 to 30 mph with gusts to 45 mph friday night
shifting northwest saturday and increasing to 30 to 40 mph
with gusts to 60 mph.
* visibility: less than one quarter mile with white-out
conditions at times.
* snow accumulations: 6 to 12 inches...with totals in excess of 18
inches possible in the highest terrain.
* timing: the greatest impacts will occur saturday afternoon
through saturday evening...when temperatures fall rapidly and
winds reach their peak strength.
* impacts: roadways such as state route 229 will become snow
covered and hazardous. blowing snow will make plowing very
difficult with some exposed sections rapidly becoming snow
covered after each plowing. in addition...hunters and other
outdoor enthusiasts in the higher elevations will find travel
to be very difficult if not impossible.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter storm watch means there is a potential for significant
snow accumulations that may impact travel. continue to monitor
the latest forecasts.
&&
$$
wwus45 klkn 222248
wswlkn
nvz031-230600-
/o.ext.klkn.ww.y.0018.000000t0000z-141123t0600z/
northern elko county-
including the following locations...jackpot...wildhorse...
owyhee...h d summit
248 pm pst sat nov 22 2014
...winter weather advisory for snow and blowing snow now in
effect until 10 pm pst this evening...
the winter weather advisory for snow and blowing snow is now in
effect until 10 pm pst this evening.
* winds: northwest 25 to 35 mph with gusts to 50 mph.
* visibility: reduced to one quarter mile or less at times.
expect white-out conditions at times.
* snow accumulations: 1 to 2 inches in valleys. 3 to 6 inches on
the mountains.
* impacts: wet roadways this afternoon will become icy this
evening as temperatures drop below freezing. in addition snow
and blowing snow will make travel difficult.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter weather advisory means that travel difficulties are
expected due to wintry conditions. be prepared for slippery roads
and limited visibilities...and use caution while driving. for the
latest road conditions call 511 or visit www.nvroads.com.
&&
$$
wwus46 kmfr 221742
wswmfr
231
urgent - winter weather message
national weather service medford or
942 am pst sat nov 22 2014
...snowy conditions today in the cascades...
.a strong jet stream over the area along with cooling
temperatures will result in falling snow levels and accumulating
snow today. elevations above 5500 feet will receive 6 to
12 inches of snow through this evening. lighter amounts are
expected down to 4000 foot elevations through this evening.
orz027-028-230600-
/o.con.kmfr.ww.y.0014.000000t0000z-141123t0600z/
south central oregon cascades-
siskiyou mountains and southern oregon cascades-
including the city of...crater lake
942 am pst sat nov 22 2014
...winter weather advisory remains in effect until 10 pm pst this
evening...
a winter weather advisory remains in effect until 10 pm pst this
evening.
* snow accumulations: 6 to 12 inches above 5500 feet. 6 inches
or less are expected down to 4000 foot elevations.
* timing: now through this evening. snowfall rates will be
highest this morning. snow levels will continue to fall
through this evening.
* locations include: portions of highway 58 at and near willamette
pass, portions of highway 138 between diamond lake junction and
chemult, and crater lake national park.
* winds: northwest with gust 20 to 40 mph. at exposed locations
such as ridge tops...mountain passes...and on the crater lake
rim. this will result in some blowing and drifting snow...
primarily above the 6000 foot elevation level.
* impacts: travelers should expect snow on roadways in the
advisory area today...primarily in crater lake national
park...on portions of highway 58 and 138...and in the diamond
lake area. those traveling in this area should be prepared for
winter driving conditions. those venturing outdoors should be
prepared for wintry weather.
* view the hazard area in detail at http://go.usa.gov/zyv5
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.
&&
$$
wwus45 kmso 222018
wswmso
mtz007-230700-
/o.ext.kmso.ww.y.0062.000000t0000z-141123t0700z/
butte/blackfoot region-
118 pm mst sat nov 22 2014
...winter weather advisory now in effect until midnight mst
tonight...
the winter weather advisory is now in effect until midnight mst
tonight.
* impacts/timing: snow showers and gusty winds will slowly
diminish though this afternoon. however, snow showers will
redevelop by 7 pm mst and persist until around midnight. this
will cause intermittent slushy accumulations and poor
visibilities at times.
* snow accumulations: an additional 1 to 3 inches around
georgetown lake...otherwise generally an inch or less.
* wind: gusts of 30 to 45 mph will continue through this afternoon
then diminish. however, gusts to 35 mph could occur with the
redeveloping snow showers this evening.
* locations impacted include...butte...georgetown lake...highway
12 garrison to elliston...homestake pass...macdonald pass
$$
wwus46 kotx 222238
wswotx
005
urgent - winter weather message
national weather service spokane wa
238 pm pst sat nov 22 2014
...periods of light to moderate snow in the central panhandle
mountains of idaho through monday morning...
.expect light snow shower activity through sunday morning. a
stronger system will bring the potential for moderate snow
sunday...especially during the afternoon and evening hours.
idz004-230645-
/o.con.kotx.ww.y.0027.000000t0000z-141124t1400z/
central panhandle mountains-
including the following locations...osburn...wallace...mullan...
dobson pass...lookout pass
238 pm pst sat nov 22 2014
...winter weather advisory remains in effect until 6 am pst
monday above 3000 feet...
* locations...osburn...wallace...mullan...dobson pass...lookout
pass.
* snow level...snow levels will bounce between 3000 and 3500 feet.
snow levels today will be near 3500 feet...fall as low as 2800
feet overnight...then climb near 3500 feet sunday afternoon.
* temperatures...in the upper 20s to lower 30s.
* snow accumulations...little to no accumulations through this
evening. up to one inch possible saturday night south of
interstate 90. an additional 4 to 7 inches of snow possible
sunday and sunday night above 4000 feet and 2 to 4 inches above
3000 feet.
* timing...light snow showers today and tonight. steady snow to
redevelop sunday morning and increase in intensity sunday
afternoon through sunday night with periods of moderate snow.
* impacts...impacts will be minor through through sunday morning.
increasing snow chances this evening and tonight will bring a
threat for light snow accumulations on area roads and over
lookout pass. light to moderate snow accumulations are likely
late sunday afternoon through sunday night. travel could be
difficult after noon on sunday over dobson and lookout pass.
* hazard elevation...3000 feet and above.
* web page: for a detailed view of the hazard area visit
http://www.wrh.noaa.gov/wrh/whv/?wfo=otx.
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.
&&
$$
wwus45 kpih 230124
wswpih
idz022-032-230230-
/o.can.kpih.ww.y.0020.000000t0000z-141123t0600z/
south central highlands-lost river/pahsimeroi-
including the locations of...city of rocks...arco...
willow creek summit
624 pm mst sat nov 22 2014
...winter weather advisory is cancelled...
the national weather service in pocatello has cancelled the
winter weather advisory.
the threat of heavy snowfall has ended this evening. a weak
disturbance pushing across southwest idaho will likely produce 1
to 2 inches of additional accumulation over the south central
highlands between 8 pm mst and 2 am mst tonight.
$$
wwus46 kpqr 222232
wswpqr
855
urgent - winter weather message
national weather service portland or
232 pm pst sat nov 22 2014
waz019-230800-
/o.new.kpqr.ww.y.0025.141123t1500z-141124t0600z/
/o.con.kpqr.ww.y.0024.000000t0000z-141123t0800z/
south washington cascades-
including the city of...mount st. helens
232 pm pst sat nov 22 2014
...winter weather advisory remains in effect until midnight pst
tonight for the southwest washington cascades...
...winter weather advisory in effect from 7 am to 10 pm pst
sunday above 4000 feet for the southwest washington cascades...
the national weather service in portland has issued a winter
weather advisory above 4000 feet for snow...which is in effect
from 7 am to 10 pm pst sunday. a winter weather advisory for snow
remains in effect until midnight pst tonight.
* timing...snow showers will decrease tonight. there will be
breaks in the showers this evening...but another batch of
showers is expected late this evening. another front will
generate more steady snow between 7 am and 3 pm sunday with snow
showers through 10 pm.
* snow level...4000 to 4500 feet.
* accumulation...an additional 2 to 4 inches tonight. and 4 to 9
inches on sunday.
* impacts...snow covered roads will likely travel difficult
through the cascade passes beginning early saturday 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.
&&
$$
wwus46 kpqr 222232
wswpqr
orz011-013-230800-
/o.con.kpqr.ww.y.0024.000000t0000z-141123t0800z/
northern oregon cascades-cascades in lane county-
including the cities of...government camp...oakridge
232 pm pst sat nov 22 2014
...winter weather advisory remains in effect until midnight pst
tonight for the northern oregon and central oregon cascades...
a winter weather advisory for snow remains in effect until
midnight pst tonight.
* timing...snow showers will decrease tonight. there will be
breaks in the showers this evening...but another batch of
showers is expected late this evening.
* snow level...4000 to 4500 feet.
* accumulation...an additional 1 to 3 inches.
* impacts...snow covered roads will likely travel difficult
through the cascade passes beginning early saturday morning.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter weather advisory for snow means that periods of snow
will cause primarily travel difficulties. be prepared for snow
covered roads and limited visibilities...and use caution while
driving.
&&
$$
wwus45 kpub 222252
wswpub
coz066-068-230700-
/o.con.kpub.ww.y.0031.141123t0600z-141124t0000z/
la garita mountains above 10000 ft-
eastern san juan mountains above 10000 ft-
including...north pass...cumbres pass...wolf creek pass
352 pm mst sat nov 22 2014
...winter weather advisory remains in effect from 11 pm this
evening to 5 pm mst sunday...
* location...the la garita and eastern san juan mountains above
1oooo feet.
* cause and timing...moisture associated with a pacific jet stream
and an upper level disturbance will bring periods of heavy snow
and blowing snow to the continental divide tonight through
monday afternoon.
* snow accumulation...4 to 8 inches with locally higher amounts
* wind...west to northwest at 15 to 30 mph with gusts to 50 mph.
* impact...travel will be hazardous due to a combination of
snow...blowing snow...poor visibilities and icy or snow
covered roads.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
winter weather conditions are expected due to a combination of
snow and blowing snow.
if you are planning to travel in the advisory area during the
time of the advisory...listen to the latest weather forecast and
consider traveling at another time or by another route.
&&
$$
wwus45 kpub 222252
wswpub
071
urgent - winter weather message
national weather service pueblo co
352 pm mst sat nov 22 2014
coz058-060-230700-
/o.con.kpub.ws.w.0014.141123t0100z-141125t0000z/
western mosquito range/east lake county above 11000 ft-
eastern sawatch mountains above 11000 ft-
including...climax...mosquito pass...independence pass...
mt elbert...mt massive
352 pm mst sat nov 22 2014
...winter storm warning remains in effect until 5 pm mst monday...
* location...the eastern sawatch range...the western mosquito
range...and eastern lake county above 11000 feet.
* cause and timing...moisture associated with a pacific jet stream
and an upper level disturbance will bring periods of heavy snow
and blowing snow to the central mountains of the continental
divide tonight through monday afternoon.
* snow accumulation...10 to 20 inches.
* wind...west to northwest at 20 to 30 mph with gusts to 50 mph.
gusts up to 60 mph will be possible at times tonight...
especially along the eastern slopes of the sawatch range.
* impact...travel will be hazardous over tennessee...fremont and
monarch passes due to a combination of snow...blowing
snow...poor visibilities and icy or snow covered roads.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
strong winds and reduced visibility are expected due to heavy
snowfall and blowing snow.
avoid travel in the warning area. if you are planning to travel
in the warning area during the time of the warning...listen to
the latest weather forecast and consider traveling at another
time or by another route. if you must travel in the warning area
during the time of the warning...take along a winter survival
kit. if you become stranded in a rural area...stay with your
vehicle until help arrives. to keep warm in your vehicle...run
your engine 10 minutes each hour...and make sure the exhaust pipe
is clear of snow to avoid carbon monoxide poisoning.
&&
$$
wwus45 kriw 221937
wswriw
wyz016-231000-
/o.con.kriw.ww.y.0037.000000t0000z-141123t1300z/
upper wind river basin-
including the city of...dubois
1237 pm mst sat nov 22 2014
...winter weather advisory remains in effect until 6 am mst
sunday...
a winter weather advisory remains in effect until 6 am mst
sunday.
* summary and timing...snowfall will continue north and west of
dubois through today. the heaviest snow is expected this
afternoon. snowfall will weaken tonight.
* snow accumulations...3 to 6 inches...with lesser amounts east
of dubois.
* wind and visibility...west winds increasing to 25 to 35 mph
with gusts near 50 mph by this afternoon and continuing
through tonight. visibility of one-half mile or less at times
in snow and blowing snow.
* impacts...snow...strong wind and blowing snow will result in
hazardous travel conditions on today. motorists are encouraged
to monitor road conditions before traveling during this
weekend.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a 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.
the latest road conditions provided by the wyoming department of
transportation are available by calling 5-1-1 or on the internet
at wyoroad.info.
&&
$$
wwus45 kriw 221937
wswriw
wyz014-015-024-025-231000-
/o.con.kriw.ws.w.0013.000000t0000z-141123t1300z/
wind river mountains west-wind river mountains east-
salt river and wyoming ranges-upper green river basin foothills-
including the city of...pinedale
1237 pm mst sat nov 22 2014
...winter storm warning remains in effect until 6 am mst sunday...
a winter storm warning remains in effect until 6 am mst sunday.
* summary and timing...snow will continue...moderate to heavy in
intensity at times. snow will taper off later this evening.
* snow accumulations...12 to 22 inches in the mountains. 6 to 10
inches in the foothills.
* wind and visibility...west winds 30 to 40 mph with gusts near
60 mph at ridge top level today. northwest winds 20 to 30 mph
with gusts near 40 mph in the foothills. expect widespread
areas of reduced visibility in falling and blowing snow...
especially on the passes.
* impacts...heavy snow...brisk wind and blowing snow may lead to
very difficult travel across the western mountains and valleys
this weekend...as well as increase the avalanche danger...
please visit www.jhavalanche.org before venturing out into the
back country this weekend. cooler temperatures and strong
winds will also cause wind chills to drop to dangerous levels.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter storm warning for heavy snow means severe winter weather
conditions are expected or occurring. significant amounts of
snow are forecast that will make travel dangerous. only travel in
an emergency. if you must travel...keep an extra flashlight...
food...and water in your vehicle in case of an emergency.
the latest road conditions provided by the wyoming department of
transportation are available by calling 5-1-1 or on the internet
at wyoroad.info.
&&
$$
wwus45 kslc 222239
wswslc
utz517-230645-
/o.con.kslc.ww.y.0025.000000t0000z-141124t0100z/
central mountains-
including the cities of...cove fort...koosharem...fish lake
339 pm mst sat nov 22 2014
...winter weather advisory remains in effect until 6 pm mst
sunday...
* affected area...the central mountains of utah.
* snow accumulations...8 to 16 inches.
* timing...snow will develop this evening and will
continue...heavy at times...through early sunday. snow will
then turn showery and taper off sunday afternoon.
* snow levels...accumulating snows will remain above 8000 feet
through early evening...then lower below 5000 feet by late
evening.
* winds...gusty west to southwest winds will remain strong
through early evening. winds will shift to the northwest this
evening and remain strong into early sunday morning. these
strong winds will result in considerable blowing and drifting of
new snow.
* impacts...winter driving conditions are expected through early
evening at higher elevations then at all elevations overnight
through sunday. this will impact travel along i-70 and other
routes through the central mountains.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter weather advisory means that visibilities will be limited
due to a combination of falling and blowing snow. use caution
when traveling...especially in open areas.
for winter road conditions from the wyoming department of
transportation...visit http://www.wyoroad.info or dial 511.
&&
$$
wwus45 kslc 222239
wswslc
668
urgent - winter weather message
national weather service salt lake city ut
339 pm mst sat nov 22 2014
utz007>009-230645-
/o.con.kslc.ws.w.0008.000000t0000z-141125t0000z/
wasatch mountains i-80 north-wasatch mountains south of i-80-
western uinta mountains-
including the cities of...woodruff...randolph...alta...brighton...
mirror lake highway
339 pm mst sat nov 22 2014
...winter storm warning remains in effect until 5 pm mst monday...
* affected area...the wasatch and western uinta mountains of
northern utah.
* snow accumulations...storm total accumulation ranging from 1
to 2 feet...with greater amounts in the upper cottonwoods.
* timing...snow will continue...heavy at times...over these
mountain areas into sunday morning. snow will turn more showery
and may taper off for a time sunday afternoon before increasing
again sunday night into monday before ending late monday.
* winds...periods of strong west to northwest winds...gusting in
excess of 60 mph along exposed ridgelines...are possible at
times through sunday morning and again on monday. these winds
will result in considerable blowing and drifting of new snow.
* impacts...hazardous winter conditions are expected across the
wasatch and western uintas this weekend into monday. this will
impact travel on all routes through these mountains including
i-80 and us-89. those contemplating travel or outdoor activities
should be prepared and plan accordingly.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter storm warning means a mixture of heavy snow and strong
winds are expected or occurring. driving conditions may be
hazardous. use caution. be prepared for sudden restrictions in
visibility due to blowing snow. keep a winter storm survival kit
in your vehicle in case of an emergency.
for winter road conditions from the utah department of
transportation...visit
http://www.udottraffic.utah.gov/roadweatherforecast.aspx or dial
511.
&&
$$
wwus45 ktfx 222240
wswtfx
mtz012-050-054-231200-
/o.con.ktfx.ww.y.0047.000000t0000z-141123t1200z/
cascade-judith basin-meagher-
including the following locations...kings hill pass
340 pm mst sat nov 22 2014
...winter weather advisory remains in effect until 5 am mst
sunday for us 89 over kings hill pass...
a winter weather advisory for snow and blowing snow remains in
effect until 5 am mst sunday.
* timing and main impact: snow and blowing snow will continue
through sunday morning over kings hill pass and the big belt and
little belt mountains. travel may be difficult at times
through mountain passes.
* snow accumulations: additional snow accumulation of up 2 inches
is possible through sunday morning.
* winds and visibility: the combination of falling snow and gusty
winds will create widespread blowing snow...with visibility less
than one half mile at times.
* locations affected include: kings hill pass.
* to see a graphical representation of this hazard please visit
our web page and click on the detailed hazards tab.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter weather advisory for snow and blowing snow means that
visibilities will be limited due to a combination of falling and
blowing snow. use caution when traveling...especially in open
areas.
for specific road and travel conditions in montana...dial 5 1 1.
&&
$$

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