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wwus41 kaly 010224
wswaly
nyz032-033-042-043-011100-
/o.con.kaly.ws.a.0004.150202t0500z-150202t2300z/
northern herkimer-hamilton-northern warren-northern washington-
including the cities of...atwell...big moose...eagle bay...
mckeever...nobleboro...northwood...old forge...speculator...
warrensburg...whitehall...granville
924 pm est sat jan 31 2015
...winter storm watch remains in effect from late sunday night
through monday afternoon...
* locations...hamilton...northern herkimer...northern warren and
northern washington counties.
* hazard types...heavy snow
* accumulations...7 or more inches is possible.
* timing...late sunday night through monday.
* impacts...hazardous and treacherous travel conditions from
late sunday night through monday.
* temperatures...5 above to 10 below above zero.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter storm watch means there is a potential for significant
snow...sleet...or ice accumulations that may impact travel.
continue to monitor the latest forecasts.
&&
$$
wwus41 kbgm 010227
wswbgm
nyz009-020230-
/o.con.kbgm.ws.a.0003.150201t2100z-150202t2100z/
northern oneida-
including the city of...boonville
927 pm est sat jan 31 2015
...winter storm watch remains in effect from sunday afternoon
through monday afternoon...
* locations...the southern tug hill region.
* hazards...potential heavy snowfall.
* accumulations...possibility for storm totals of 7 inches or more.
* timing...snow is likely to overspread the region by early
sunday evening...with snow then continuing overnight and
monday morning...before tapering off during the afternoon.
* temperatures...ranging mostly from 5 to 15 above.
* winds...northeast 5 to 10 mph.
* impacts...slippery travel conditions from snow covered roads
and walkways.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter storm watch is in effect because heavy snow is a
possibility...but not a certainty. at this time...there is the
potential for snow accumulations of 7 inches or more. travel
conditions could become hazardous...so it is important to monitor
the latest forecasts and statements if you are planning to travel
in the watch area.
&&
$$
wwus41 kbgm 010227
wswbgm
paz043-044-047-048-072-020230-
/o.con.kbgm.ws.w.0002.150201t2100z-150202t2100z/
wyoming-lackawanna-luzerne-pike-southern wayne-
including the cities of...tunkhannock...scranton...wilkes-barre...
hazleton...milford...honesdale
927 pm est sat jan 31 2015
...winter storm warning remains in effect from 4 pm sunday to
4 pm est monday...
* locations...the wyoming and lackawanna valleys of northeast
pennsylvania...including the wilkes-barre scranton metro
area... as well as adjacent sections of the pocono plateau.
* hazards...heavy snow...as well as the potential for a period
of sleet and freezing rain.
* accumulations...storm total snowfall of 8 to 12 inches. the
greatest amounts will be found over the higher elevations to the
north and east of scranton. somewhat lower snowfall totals are
possible in areas where sleet and freezing rain are most
persistent monday morning. a tenth to a quarter of an inch ice
accretion may also occur monday morning over portions of the
region.
* timing...steady light snow will overspread the region during
the late afternoon and early evening hours on sunday...
generally between 4 and 8 pm. the heaviest snow will fall from
late sunday night through midday monday...when snowfall rates
of 1 to 2 inches per hour are possible. for areas along and
south of interstate 84...snow could change over to sleet and
freezing rain for a time early monday morning. the most likely
time frame for this change over will be from about 4 to 10 am.
snow will gradually taper off by mid to late afternoon on
monday.
* temperatures...mostly in the 20s through early monday...then
falling into the teens by monday afternoon.
* winds...northeast 5 to 10 mph.
* impacts...slippery travel conditions from snow covered roads
and walkways.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter storm warning means significant amounts of snow...
sleet...and ice are expected or occurring. this will make travel
very hazardous or impossible.
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.
&&
$$
wwus41 kbox 311603
wswbox
maz002-003-008-010015-
/o.can.kbox.wc.y.0003.000000t0000z-150131t1600z/
/o.con.kbox.ws.a.0004.150202t0000z-150203t0600z/
western franklin ma-eastern franklin ma-western hampshire ma-
including the cities of...charlemont...greenfield...orange...
chesterfield
1103 am est sat jan 31 2015
...winter storm watch remains in effect from sunday evening
through late monday night...
...wind chill advisory is cancelled...
the national weather service in taunton has cancelled the wind
chill advisory.
* locations...east slopes of the berkshires. this includes the
cities and towns of charlemont...chesterfield.
* hazard types...dangerously cold wind chills and heavy snow.
* accumulations...snow accumulation of 6 to 12 inches.
* timing...snow develops by midnight sunday night...heaviest
during monday...then tapering off monday evening.
* impacts...hazardous travel is expected along with poor
visibility in heavy snow.
* winds...northwest 10 to 20 mph with gusts up to 35 mph.
* visibilities...one quarter mile or less at times.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter storm watch is issued for the potential of accumulating
snow of 6 or more inches in a 12 hour period...or 8 or more
inches in a 24 hour period. anyone traveling in the next 24 to
36 hours should monitor later forecasts and be prepared to modify
travel plans should winter weather develop.
&&
$$
wwus41 kbox 010242
wswbox
maz023-024-riz008-011045-
/o.con.kbox.ws.a.0004.150202t0200z-150203t0600z/
dukes ma-nantucket ma-block island ri-
including the cities of...vineyard haven...nantucket...
block island
942 pm est sat jan 31 2015
...winter storm watch remains in effect from sunday evening
through late monday night...
* locations...this includes block island...marthas vineyard and
nantucket.
* accumulations...snow accumulation of 4 to 7 inches...along
with a trace of ice accretion possible.
* hazard types...heavy snow along with a period of sleet
possible.
* timing...snow develops after midnight sunday night. snow falls
heavy at times into mid morning on monday. the snow will
likely change to a period of sleet and rain by monday
afternoon before changing back to snow and ending later monday
evening.
* impacts...hazardous travel is expected along with snow covered
roads and poor visibility.
* winds...northeast 20 to 30 mph with gusts up to 50 mph.
* visibilities...one quarter mile or less at times.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter storm watch is issued for the potential of accumulating
snow of 6 or more inches in a 12 hour period...or 8 or more
inches in a 24 hour period. anyone traveling in the next 24 to
36 hours should monitor later forecasts and be prepared to modify
travel plans should winter weather develop.
&&
$$
wwus41 kbtv 312005
wswbtv
879
urgent - winter weather message
national weather service burlington vt
305 pm est sat jan 31 2015
nyz034-035-vtz008>012-018-019-011000-
/o.new.kbtv.ws.a.0005.150202t0900z-150203t0000z/
western essex-eastern essex-washington-western addison-orange-
western rutland-windsor-eastern addison-eastern rutland-
including the cities of...lake placid...port henry...
ticonderoga...montpelier...middlebury...vergennes...bradford...
randolph...rutland...springfield...white river junction...
bristol...ripton...east wallingford...killington
305 pm est sat jan 31 2015
...winter storm watch in effect from 4 am monday through 7 pm monday
evening...
the national weather service in burlington has issued a winter
storm watch...which is in effect from 4 am monday through 7 pm
monday evening.
* locations...central and south-central vermont...and essex county
new york
* hazard types...moderate snow.
* accumulations...5 to 10 inches of snow...with the highest
amounts across rutland and windsor counties.
* maximum snowfall rate...1 to 2 inches per hour...mainly monday
morning through early afternoon.
* timing...snow will develop during the pre-dawn hours on
monday...and continue throughout much of the day. snow should
taper off to snow showers from west to east early monday
evening.
* impacts...slow travel owing to snow covered roadways and low
visibility.
* winds...northeast 5 to 10 mph with gusts up to 20 mph.
* temperatures...lows 1 below to 9 below zero sunday night. highs
5 to 11 above on monday.
* visibilities...down to one-quarter mile at times during the day
monday.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter storm watch means there is a potential for significant
snow accumulations that may impact travel. continue to monitor
the latest forecasts.
please stay tuned to noaa weather radio...your local media...or
go to www.weather.gov/burlington for further updates on this
weather situation.
&&
$$
wwus41 kbuf 010121
wswbuf
nyz003>006-008-010930-
/o.con.kbuf.ws.a.0001.150202t0000z-150203t0000z/
monroe-wayne-northern cayuga-oswego-lewis-
including the cities of...rochester...newark...fair haven...
oswego...lowville
821 pm est sat jan 31 2015
...winter storm watch remains in effect from sunday evening
through monday evening...
* locations...monroe...wayne...northern cayuga...oswego and
southern lewis counties.
* timing...from early sunday evening through early monday
evening.
* hazards...heavy snow and blowing snow.
* accumulations...snow potentially accumulating 5 to 10 inches.
* impacts...snow covered roads and poor visibilities creating
hazardous driving conditions.
* forecaster confidence...medium to high.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter storm watch means that heavy snow and/or ice
accumulations are possible. if you are within the watch area...
remain alert to rapidly changing weather conditions.
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.
&&
$$
wwus41 kcle 010417
wswcle
ohz021>023-031>033-038-011230-
/o.con.kcle.ws.w.0001.150201t0900z-150202t1700z/
summit-portage-trumbull-wayne-stark-mahoning-holmes-
including the cities of...akron...ravenna...warren...wooster...
canton...youngstown...millersburg
1117 pm est sat jan 31 2015
...winter storm warning remains in effect from 4 am sunday to
noon est monday...
* snow accumulations...6 to 10 inches with the highest
accumulations along and north of interstate 76.
* ice accumulations...light icing of 1 to 2 tenths of an
inch...mainly south of an akron to youngstown line as snow mixes
with freezing rain and sleet on sunday afternoon and evening.
* snow beginning...snow will develop early sunday morning.
* period of most intense precipitation...the heaviest snow will
fall late sunday afternoon through 4 am monday.
* snow ending...monday morning.
* winds...the strongest winds will be in the north...with
northeast winds increasing to 15 to 25 mph with gusts up to 35
mph late sunday night into monday morning. this will
contribute to blowing and drifting of snow.
* impacts...hazardous travel conditions are expected due to
heavy snow accumulations and reduced visibilities.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
if you will be traveling in the warning area you should use
extreme caution if travel is unavoidable. stay tuned to noaa
weather radio for further details or updates.
&&
$$
wwus41 kctp 010339
wswctp
paz033>036-064>066-011700-
/o.con.kctp.ww.y.0010.150201t1400z-150202t1300z/
somerset-bedford-fulton-franklin-adams-york-lancaster-
including the cities of...somerset...bedford...mcconnellsburg...
chambersburg...gettysburg...york...lancaster
1039 pm est sat jan 31 2015
...winter weather advisory remains in effect from 9 am sunday to
8 am est monday...
* locations...south-central pennsylvania.
* hazard types...snow followed by freezing rain.
* snow accumulations...2 to 4 inches.
* ice accumulations...less than a tenth of an inch.
* timing...snow will begin sunday morning or early afternoon and
continue into early sunday night. the snow will turn to
freezing rain and then plain rain around or just after
midnight sunday night. rain or mixed precip will then continue
for the rest of the night and monday morning. cold air moving
in on monday will turn any lingering precipitation back to
snow showers before tapering off.
* period of heaviest snow...sunday evening and early sunday
night.
* impacts...hazardous travel due to snow covered roads. a
coating of ice will then may sidewalks and untreated surfaces
slippery.
* winds...light and variable. becoming northwest and increasing
to around 10 to 15 mph with higher gusts on monday.
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.
&&
$$
wwus41 kctp 311348
wswctp
paz024-033-010200-
/o.can.kctp.wc.y.0003.000000t0000z-150131t1600z/
/o.con.kctp.ws.a.0002.150201t1700z-150202t1700z/
cambria-somerset-
including the cities of...johnstown...somerset
848 am est sat jan 31 2015
...winter storm watch remains in effect from sunday afternoon
through monday morning...
...wind chill advisory is cancelled...
the national weather service in state college has cancelled the
wind chill advisory.
* snow accumulations...4 to 8 inches.
* ice accumulations...around a trace.
* snow onset...late tonight.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter storm watch means there is a potential for significant
snow...sleet...or ice accumulations that may impact travel. stay
tuned to noaa weather radio or your favorite source of weather
information for the latest updates. additional details can also
be found at...weather.gov/statecollege.
&&
$$
wwus41 kgyx 010146
wswgyx
mez012>014-018>028-nhz003>010-013-014-011000-
/o.con.kgyx.ws.a.0006.150202t0900z-150203t0300z/
southern oxford-southern franklin-southern somerset-interior york-
interior cumberland-androscoggin-kennebec-interior waldo-
coastal york-coastal cumberland-sagadahoc-lincoln-knox-
coastal waldo-northern grafton-northern carroll-southern grafton-
southern carroll-sullivan-merrimack-belknap-strafford-
interior rockingham-coastal rockingham-
including the cities of...rumford...norway...fryeburg...oxford...
farmington...wilton...madison...skowhegan...pittsfield...
sanford...berwick...north windham...gorham...bridgton...
lewiston-auburn...livermore falls...augusta...waterville...
winterport...unity...biddeford...saco...old orchard beach...
kittery...portland...south portland...westbrook...bath...
topsham...boothbay harbor...wiscasset...waldoboro...camden...
rockland...thomaston...belfast...lincolnville...littleton...
north conway...lebanon...hanover...plymouth...wolfeboro...
ossipee...claremont...newport...charlestown...concord...
hooksett...laconia...meredith...rochester...dover...salem...
derry...exeter...portsmouth...hampton
846 pm est sat jan 31 2015
...winter storm watch remains in effect from late sunday night
through monday evening...
* accumulations...snow accumulation of 6 to 10 inches.
* hazard types...heavy snow.
* timing...snow should begin early monday morning...continuing
through the day...then tapering off monday night.
* impacts...snow covered roads could lead to hazardous travel
conditions.
* winds...north 10 to 20 mph with gusts up to 35 mph.
* temperatures...5 below to 8 above zero.
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.
&&
$$
wwus41 klwx 010104
wswlwx
mdz004>006-507-010915-
/o.new.klwx.ww.y.0010.150201t2000z-150202t1300z/
frederick md-carroll-northern baltimore-northwest harford-
including the cities of...frederick...westminster...parkton...
reisterstown...cockeysville...jarrettsville
804 pm est sat jan 31 2015
...winter weather advisory in effect from 3 pm sunday to 8 am est
monday...
the national weather service in baltimore md/washington has
issued a winter weather advisory for snow...sleet and freezing
rain...which is in effect from 3 pm sunday to 8 am est monday.
* precipitation type...snow...sleet and freezing rain.
* accumulations...1 to 2 inches of snow accumulation followed by
less than a tenth of an inch of ice accumulation.
* timing...snow is expected to develop during the mid to late afternoon
on sunday. snow will change to sleet and freezing rain during
the evening...and continue through early monday morning before
becoming all rain.
* temperatures...in the lower 30s.
* winds...southeast 5 mph or less.
* impacts...untreated roads will become icy...resulting in
hazardous travel conditions.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter weather advisory means that periods of snow...sleet...or
freezing rain will cause travel difficulties. be prepared for
slippery roads and limited visibilities...and use caution while
driving.
&&
$$
wwus41 kokx 312050
wswokx
ctz011-012-njz004-006-104>108-nyz071>075-078>081-176>179-011100-
/o.con.kokx.ws.a.0003.150202t0000z-150202t2300z/
southern middlesex-southern new london-eastern passaic-hudson-
eastern bergen-western essex-eastern essex-western union-
eastern union-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-
350 pm est sat jan 31 2015
...winter storm watch remains in effect from sunday evening
through monday afternoon...
* locations...the new york city and new jersey metropolitan
areas...long island...and southeastern coastal connecticut.
* hazard types...snow...sleet...freezing rain and rain.
* accumulations...snow accumulation of 4 to 8 inches...with a
tenth to a quarter inch of ice across northern portions of the
new york city and new jersey metropolitan areas and northwestern
long island. snow accumulation of 3 to 6 inches and a few
hundredths of an inch of ice across southern portions of the new
york city and new jersey metropolitan areas and southeastern
portions of long island and coastal connecticut.
* winds...northeast 15 to 25 mph with gusts up to 35 mph.
* temperatures...in the upper 20s to lower 30s.
* visibilities...one quarter mile or less at times.
* timing...late sunday night through monday.
* impacts...hazardous travel due to reduced visibilities and
significant snow...sleet and ice accumulations.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter storm watch means there is a potential for significant
snow...sleet...or ice accumulations that may impact travel.
continue to monitor the latest forecasts.
&&
$$
wwus41 kokx 311449
wswokx
665
urgent - winter weather message
national weather service new york ny
949 am est sat jan 31 2015
...winter storm sunday night and monday...
ctz005>007-009-010-njz002-004-103-104-nyz067>071-312315-
/o.can.kokx.wc.y.0002.000000t0000z-150131t1700z/
/o.con.kokx.ws.a.0003.150202t0000z-150202t2300z/
northern fairfield-northern new haven-northern middlesex-
southern fairfield-southern new haven-western passaic-
eastern passaic-western bergen-eastern bergen-orange-putnam-
rockland-northern westchester-southern westchester-
949 am est sat jan 31 2015
...winter storm watch remains in effect from sunday evening
through monday afternoon...
...wind chill advisory for this morning is cancelled...
* accumulations...snow accumulation of 8 to 12 inches...along
with less than a tenth of an inch of ice.
* locations...the lower hudson valley...northeast new jersey
roughly north of interstate 80...and much of southern
connecticut.
* hazard types...heavy snow.
* timing...sunday night and monday.
* temperatures...in the teens to lower 20s.
* winds...northeast 10 to 15 mph with gusts up to 25 mph.
* impacts...hazardous travel due to reduced visibilities and
significant snow accumulations.
* visibilities...one quarter to one half mile at times.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a wind chill advisory means that very cold air and strong winds
will combine to generate low wind chills that could lead to
frostbite and hypothermia if precautions are not taken. if you
venture outdoors...make sure you wear a wind repellent coat...hat
and gloves.
a winter storm watch means there is a potential for significant
snow...sleet...or ice accumulations that may impact travel.
continue to monitor the latest forecasts.
&&
$$
wwus41 kpbz 010342
wswpbz
ohz039-040-048>050-057>059-paz021-029-073-074-wvz001>003-011145-
/o.con.kpbz.ww.y.0010.150201t0900z-150202t1700z/
tuscarawas-carroll-coshocton-harrison-jefferson oh-muskingum-
guernsey-belmont-allegheny-washington-westmoreland-
westmoreland ridges-hancock-brooke-ohio-
including the cities of...new philadelphia...carrollton...
coshocton...cadiz...steubenville...zanesville...cambridge...
st. clairsville...pittsburgh metro area...washington...
greensburg...latrobe...ligonier...donegal...weirton...bethany...
wheeling
1042 pm est sat jan 31 2015
...winter weather advisory remains in effect from 4 am sunday to
noon est monday...
* ice accumulations...a trace to a tenth of an inch.
* snow accumulations...2 to 5 inches.
* snow beginning...late tonight.
* period of most intense snow...sunday afternoon and night. a
wintry mix is also possible sunday night.
* snow ending...monday afternoon.
* impacts...hazardous travel conditions are expected due to
accumulation of a wintry mix of snow and ice...and reduced
visibility.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter weather advisory means that snow...sleet...or freezing
rain will cause travel difficulties. use caution while driving
and report snow and ice accumulation to the national weather
service by calling 412-262-1988...posting to the nws pittsburgh
facebook page...or using twitter @nwspittsburgh.
&&
$$
wwus41 kpbz 302343
wswpbz
009
urgent - winter weather message
national weather service pittsburgh pa
643 pm est fri jan 30 2015
mdz001-paz074-076-wvz023-041-310745-
/o.exp.kpbz.ww.y.0009.000000t0000z-150131t0000z/
/o.con.kpbz.wc.y.0003.150131t0000z-150131t1500z/
/o.con.kpbz.ws.a.0001.150201t0900z-150202t1700z/
garrett-westmoreland ridges-fayette ridges-preston-tucker-
including the cities of...oakland md...ligonier...donegal...
champion...ohiopyle...kingwood...parsons
643 pm est fri jan 30 2015
...wind chill advisory remains in effect until 10 am est
saturday...
...winter storm watch remains in effect from late saturday night
through monday morning...
...winter weather advisory will expire at 7 pm est this evening...
* ice accumulations...one to two tenths of an inch.
* snow accumulations sunday and monday...up to 6 inches.
* additional snow accumulations tonight...less than one inch.
* snow ending...this evening.
* snow and ice beginning again...sunday.
* impacts...hazardous travel conditions are expected due to snow
and ice.
* winds...west 10 to 20 mph.
* wind chill...as low as 15 below.
* impacts...frost bite and hypothermia are possible if
precautions are not taken
* impacts...hazardous travel conditions are expected due to
reduced visibility and snow or ice accumulation.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a wind chill advisory means that very cold air and strong wind
will produce low wind chill indices. this could result in frost
bite and hypothermia if precautions are not taken. if you must
venture outdoors...make sure you dress properly.
a winter storm watch means that snow...sleet...or ice
accumulation may severely impact travel. prepare for winter
weather and monitor the latest forecasts via the national weather
service homepage noaa weather radio or other news media.
&&
$$
wwus41 kpbz 311328
wswpbz
paz008-009-015-016-312130-
/o.can.kpbz.wc.y.0003.000000t0000z-150131t1500z/
/o.con.kpbz.ws.a.0001.150201t0900z-150202t1700z/
venango-forest-clarion-jefferson pa-
including the cities of...franklin...tionesta...clarion...
brookville
828 am est sat jan 31 2015
...winter storm watch remains in effect from late tonight through
monday morning...
...wind chill advisory is cancelled...
the national weather service in pittsburgh has cancelled the wind
chill advisory.
* snow accumulations...6 inches or greater.
* snow/ice beginning...sunday morning.
* period of most intense snow/ice...sunday afternoon and
overnight.
* snow/ice ending...monday afternoon.
* impacts...hazardous travel conditions are expected due to
reduced visibility and snow accumulation.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter storm watch means that snow...sleet...or ice
accumulation may severely impact travel. prepare for winter
weather and monitor the latest forecasts via the national weather
service homepage noaa weather radio or other news media.
&&
$$
wwus41 kphi 010045
wswphi
njz009-010-012-paz101-103-105-011100-
/o.con.kphi.ws.a.0002.150202t0000z-150202t1800z/
hunterdon-somerset-middlesex-western chester-western montgomery-
upper bucks-
including the cities of...flemington...somerville...
new brunswick...honey brook...oxford...collegeville...pottstown...
chalfont...perkasie
745 pm est sat jan 31 2015
...winter storm watch remains in effect from sunday evening
through monday afternoon...
* hazard types...snow, sleet and freezing rain.
* snow accumulations...the potential for 2 to 5 inches of snow.
* ice accumulations...the potential for one tenth to one quarter
inch of inch.
* timing...light snow is forecast to spread into the region from
the west late on sunday. the snow will continue through early
sunday night and it should mix with or change to sleet and
freezing rain from late sunday night into monday morning. some
locations could see a change to all rain, as well. the mixed
precipitation may change back to all snow before ending
gradually on monday afternoon.
* impacts...there will be hazardous travel conditions on sunday
night and monday. monday morning's commute may be particularly
difficult.
* winds...east to north at 10 mph or less for sunday night and
monday morning, becoming northwest at 10 to 20 mph on monday
afternoon.
* visibility...less than a half mile at times from sunday night
into monday morning.
* temperatures...mainly from the upper 20 to the lower 30s.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
this winter storm watch means that there is a potential for
significant snow, sleet or ice accumulations that may impact
travel. continue to monitor the latest forecasts.
&&
$$
wwus41 kphi 311522
wswphi
981
urgent - winter weather message
national weather service mount holly nj
1022 am est sat jan 31 2015
...a significant winter storm is possible late sunday and monday...
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sussex-carbon-monroe-
including the cities of...newton...jim thorpe...stroudsburg
1022 am est sat jan 31 2015
...winter storm watch remains in effect from sunday evening
through monday afternoon...
...wind chill advisory is cancelled...
the national weather service in mount holly has cancelled the
wind chill advisory.
* hazard types... snow.
* accumulations...10 to 14 inches of snow possible.
* timing... snow will develop by sunday evening and should become
moderate to heavy at times overnight and monday morning. the snow
will taper off during monday afternoon.
* impacts...hazardous travel sunday night and monday, with the
potential for a significant impact on the monday morning
commute.
* winds...northwest 10 to 20 mph with gusts up to 35 mph.
* temperatures...in the 20s sunday night into monday, then
dropping into the teens and single digits monday afternoon and monday
night.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter storm watch means there is a potential for significant
snow, sleet, or ice accumulations that may impact travel. continue
to monitor the latest forecasts.
&&
$$

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