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special weather statement
national weather service albany ny
1037 pm est fri feb 24 2017

northern herkimer-hamilton-northern saratoga-northern warren-
northern washington-southeast warren-southern washington-
including the cities of big moose, eagle bay, mckeever, 
old forge, atwell, nobleboro, northwood, long lake, sabattis, 
hoffmeister, wells, saratoga lake, saratoga springs, 
bolton landing, johnsburg, north creek, north river, warrensburg, 
hague, huletts landing, whitehall, granville, glens falls, 
west glens falls, hudson falls, fort edward, cambridge, 
greenwich, middle falls, and north easton
1037 pm est fri feb 24 2017

...locally dense fog into early saturday morning...

some locally dense fog has formed in the lake george saratoga
region, and the southern adirondacks tonight. visibilities have 
lowered to a quarter mile or less in some locations, especially 
near lake george and the glens falls area. caution is advised on 
the roadways into early saturday morning, where drivers encounter 
drastically reduced visibilities in the fog. use low beams and 
leave extra space between vehicles while driving. 

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special weather statement
national weather service columbia sc
349 pm est fri feb 24 2017

including the cities of lincolnton, thomson, martinez, evans, 
hephzibah, waynesboro, lancaster, elgin, lancaster mill, cheraw, 
pageland, mccormick, newberry, winnsboro, winnsboro mills, 
camden, lugoff, edgefield, johnston, saluda, ridge spring, 
seven oaks, west columbia, cayce, lexington, red bank, oak grove, 
columbia, bishopville, aiken, north augusta, sumter, barnwell, 
williston, blackville, orangeburg, brookdale, st. matthews, 
manning, summerton, bamberg, and denmark
349 pm est fri feb 24 2017

...fire danger statement in effect from noon to 6 pm saturday...

winds will increase and become rather gusty during the afternoon
hours on saturday, with sustained winds by the afternoon between 
15 and 20 mph. some gusts over 25 mph will also be possible during
the afternoon hours. temperatures will climb into the upper 70s
and lower 80s. as these temperatures combine with drier air that 
will be moving into the region, relative humidity values will 
fall to between 25 and 30 percent for many areas across the 
region. while fuels will be marginal, the combination of winds and
low relative humidity will increase fire danger. 

please refer to your local burn permitting authorities on whether
you can burn on saturday. if you do burn...you are advised to use
extreme caution since fires can quickly get out of hand under 
these conditions

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special weather statement
national weather service new york ny
955 pm est fri feb 24 2017

northern fairfield-northern new haven-northern middlesex-
northern new london-southern fairfield-southern new haven-
southern middlesex-southern new london-putnam-
northern westchester-southern westchester-new york (manhattan)-
bronx-richmond (staten island)-kings (brooklyn)-
northwestern suffolk-northeastern suffolk-southwestern suffolk-
southeastern suffolk-northern queens-northern nassau-
southern queens-southern nassau-
955 pm est fri feb 24 2017

...areas of dense fog tonight...

south winds continue to transport unusually mild and moist air north
across the area as high pressure moves out to sea.

areas of fog will continue developing and become locally dense,
restricting visibilities to 1/4 mile or less mainly from new york
city north and east across southern connecticut and long island. 
this fog is forecast to persist through saturday morning.

motorists should be alert while driving into rapidly reduced visibilities.
remember to slow down, use your low beam headlights, and leave plenty
of distance ahead of you in case a sudden stop is needed.


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