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wwus41 kaly 010653
wswaly
ctz001-013-maz001-025-nyz038>041-047>054-058>061-063>066-082>084-
vtz013>015-012200-
/o.con.kaly.ws.w.0004.150202t0200z-150202t2300z/
northern litchfield-southern litchfield-northern berkshire-
southern berkshire-southern herkimer-southern fulton-montgomery-
northern saratoga-schoharie-western schenectady-
eastern schenectady-southern saratoga-western albany-
eastern albany-western rensselaer-eastern rensselaer-
western greene-eastern greene-western columbia-eastern columbia-
western ulster-eastern ulster-western dutchess-eastern dutchess-
northern fulton-southeast warren-southern washington-bennington-
western windham-eastern windham-
including the cities of...torrington...oakville...new milford...
terryville...pittsfield...north adams...great barrington...lee...
lenox...housatonic...ilion...herkimer...little falls...mohawk...
frankfort...dolgeville...gloversville...johnstown...amsterdam...
wellsville...saratoga springs...cobleskill...middleburgh...
delanson...esperance...duanesburg...schenectady...rotterdam...
ballston spa...mechanicville...waterford...altamont...albany...
troy...hoosick falls...hunter...tannersville...windham...
catskill...coxsackie...athens...cairo...jefferson heights...
hudson...chatham...sundown...ellenville...woodstock...
west hurley...kerhonkson...napanoch...phoenicia...kingston...
new paltz...poughkeepsie...beacon...arlington...pawling...
dover plains...millbrook...pine plains...amenia...millerton...
northville...mayfield...glens falls...west glens falls...
hudson falls...fort edward...cambridge...greenwich...bennington...
jacksonville...newfane...brattleboro...west brattleboro...
bellows falls
153 am est sun feb 1 2015
...winter storm warning remains in effect from 9 pm this evening
to 6 pm est monday...
* locations...litchfield county connecticut...berkshires...
southern vermont...greater capital region...glens falls and
saratoga region...helderbergs...mohawk and schoharie valleys...mid
hudson valley...taconics and the eastern catskills.
* hazard types...heavy snow.
* snow accumulation...8 to 16 inches...with the highest totals
across the eastern catskills...helderbergs...northern and
central taconics...berkshires and southern green mountains.
* maximum snowfall rates...an inch or so an hour.
* timing...snow moving in this evening...becoming heavy at times
prior to daybreak monday...and continuing into the afternoon.
the snow will taper to scattered snow showers monday evening.
* impacts...hazardous and treacherous travel conditions from late
this evening through monday. roads will be snow covered and
extremely slippery. unnecessary travel is not recommended.
* winds...northeast 10 to 15 mph with gusts up to 20 mph.
* temperatures...single digits to teens.
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.
&&
$$
wwus43 karx 011625
wswarx
mnz094>096-wiz053-020030-
/o.con.karx.ww.y.0006.000000t0000z-150202t0300z/
mower-fillmore-houston-vernon-
including the cities of...austin...viroqua
1025 am cst sun feb 1 2015
...winter weather advisory remains in effect until 9 pm cst this
evening...
* expect snow to continue...diminishing to flurries by mid to late
afternoon.
* winds gusting as high as 40 mph will poduce consdierable blowing
and drifting snow...especially on ridge tops and in open areas.
some white outs are possible.
* additional snow accumulations of up to 2 inches are expected.
* plan on slippery road conditions. in addition...some
reductions to visibility are expected.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter weather advisory for snow means periods of snow will
cause primarily travel difficulties. be prepared for snow covered
roads and limited visibilities...and use caution while driving.
the latest road conditions for the state you are calling from can
be obtained by calling 5 1 1.
$$
wwus41 kbgm 010843
wswbgm
115
urgent - winter weather message
national weather service binghamton ny
343 am est sun feb 1 2015
nyz009-020845-
/o.upg.kbgm.ws.a.0003.150201t2100z-150202t2100z/
/o.exb.kbgm.ws.w.0002.150202t0000z-150202t2100z/
northern oneida-
including the city of...boonville
343 am est sun feb 1 2015
...winter storm warning in effect from 7 pm this evening to 4 pm
est monday...
the national weather service in binghamton has issued a winter
storm warning for heavy snow...which is in effect from 7 pm this
evening to 4 pm est monday. the winter storm watch is no longer in
effect.
* locations...northern oneida county.
* hazards...heavy snow.
* accumulations...storm totals of 6 to 8 inches of snow.
* timing...steady light snow will overspread the region during the
early evening hours...generally between 7 and 9 pm. the heaviest
snow will fall late tonight through midday monday...when
snowfall rates of an inch per hour are possible. snow will
gradually taper off late monday afternoon.
* temperatures...generally between 5 to 15 degrees.
* winds...northeast winds 10 to 15 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 kbgm 011412
wswbgm
paz043-044-047-048-072-012215-
/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
912 am est sun feb 1 2015
...winter storm warning remains in effect from 4 pm this
afternoon 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 10 inches...with
locally higher amounts possible. 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. up to a tenth of an inch of 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...generally between
4 and 8 pm. the heaviest snow will fall from late tonight
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.
* 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.
&&
$$
wwus41 kbox 010958
wswbox
maz023-024-riz008-011800-
/o.upg.kbox.ws.a.0004.150202t0200z-150203t0600z/
/o.new.kbox.ww.y.0010.150202t0200z-150203t0600z/
dukes ma-nantucket ma-block island ri-
including the cities of...vineyard haven...nantucket...
block island
458 am est sun feb 1 2015
...winter weather advisory in effect from 9 pm this evening to
1 am est tuesday...
the national weather service in taunton has issued a winter
weather advisory for snow...sleet and rain...which is in effect
from 9 pm this evening to 1 am est tuesday. the winter storm watch
is no longer in effect.
* locations...this includes block island...marthas vineyard and
nantucket.
* accumulations...snow accumulation of 2 to 5 inches...along with
around a trace of ice. least snow amounts on nantucket.
* hazard types...snow along with a period of sleet possible.
* timing...snow develops after midnight tonight. snow falls heavy
at times into mid morning on monday. the snow will change to
sleet then rain before midday then change back to snow monday
evening before ending.
* impacts...hazardous travel is expected along with snow covered
roads and poor visibility.
* winds...northeast 20 to 30 mph with gusts up to 45 mph.
* visibilities...one half mile or less at times.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter weather advisory is issued when snow and/or ice is
forecast to develop in the affected areas...but accumulations are
expected to be light. any snow or ice would result in slippery
conditions on untreated roadways and sidewalks. when
temperatures are below freezing...motorists need to be especially
careful on bridges and overpasses where slippery spots can easily
develop.
&&
$$
wwus41 kbtv 010814
wswbtv
nyz028>031-087-vtz001>007-016-017-012200-
/o.new.kbtv.ww.y.0006.150202t0600z-150203t0600z/
eastern clinton-southeastern st. lawrence-southern franklin-
western clinton-southwestern st. lawrence-grand isle-
western franklin-orleans-essex-western chittenden-lamoille-
caledonia-eastern franklin-eastern chittenden-
including the cities of...plattsburgh...star lake...
saranac lake...tupper lake...dannemora...ogdensburg...potsdam...
gouverneur...alburgh...south hero...st. albans...newport...
island pond...burlington...johnson...stowe...st. johnsbury...
enosburg falls...richford...underhill
314 am est sun feb 1 2015
...winter weather advisory in effect from 1 am monday to 1 am est
tuesday...
the national weather service in burlington has issued a winter
weather advisory for snow...which is in effect from 1 am monday
to 1 am est tuesday.
* locations...southwestern st lawrence...franklin and clinton
counties in northern new york...northwest...north central and
northeast vermont.
* hazard types...snow.
* accumulations...4 to 6 inches of snow.
* maximum snowfall rate...up to 1 inch per hour...mainly monday
morning through early monday 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 monday evening.
* impacts...difficult travel conditions owing to snow covered
roadways and low visibility.
* winds...north 10 to 15 mph with gusts up to 25 mph.
* temperatures...lows tonight 9 below to 16 below zero. highs on
monday 2 to 8 above.
* visibilities...down to one-half mile at times during the day
monday.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter weather advisory for snow means that periods of snow will
cause travel difficulties. be prepared for snow covered roads and
limited visibilities...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 kbtv 010814
wswbtv
904
urgent - winter weather message
national weather service burlington vt
314 am est sun feb 1 2015
nyz034-035-vtz008>012-018-019-012200-
/o.upg.kbtv.ws.a.0005.150202t0900z-150203t0000z/
/o.new.kbtv.ws.w.0004.150202t0600z-150203t0600z/
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
314 am est sun feb 1 2015
...winter storm warning in effect from 1 am monday to 1 am est
tuesday...
the national weather service in burlington has issued a winter
storm warning for moderate snow...which is in effect from 1 am
monday to 1 am est tuesday. the winter storm watch is no longer in
effect.
* locations...central and south-central vermont...and essex
county new york
* hazard types...moderate to heavy snow.
* accumulations...6 to 14 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 monday 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 monday evening.
* impacts...difficult travel conditions owing to snow covered
roadways and low visibility.
* winds...north 5 to 10 mph with gusts up to 20 mph.
* temperatures...lows tonight 1 below to 11 below zero. highs on
monday 5 to 9 above.
* 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.
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.
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 011131
wswbuf
nyz007-011945-
/o.con.kbuf.ww.y.0004.150202t0600z-150203t0000z/
jefferson-
including the city of...watertown
631 am est sun feb 1 2015
...winter weather advisory remains in effect from 1 am to 7 pm
est monday...
* locations...jefferson county.
* timing...from overnight tonight through early monday evening.
* hazards...snow...blowing snow...and very cold wind chills.
* accumulations...1 to 2 inches overnight...3 to 6 inches
monday...leading to storm totals of 4 to 8 inches.
* winds...northeast 15 to 25 mph with gusts up to 30 mph
producing some blowing and drifting snow.
* visibilities...as low as a half mile at times.
* wind chills...as low as 20 to 25 below zero at times.
* impacts...accumulating snow and some blowing snow will create
difficult travel with snow covered roads and poor visibility.
very cold wind chills may result in frostbite and hypothermia
for anyone not dressed for the cold.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter weather advisory is normally issued for a variety of
winter weather conditions such as light snow...blowing snow...
sleet...freezing rain and wind chills. while the weather will be
significant...the word advisory implies that severe winter
weather is not anticipated.
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 snow 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 kbuf 011131
wswbuf
nyz005-006-008-011945-
/o.con.kbuf.ws.w.0001.150202t0300z-150203t0000z/
northern cayuga-oswego-lewis-
including the cities of...fair haven...oswego...lowville
631 am est sun feb 1 2015
...winter storm warning remains in effect from 10 pm this evening
to 7 pm est monday...
* locations...northern cayuga...oswego...and lewis counties.
* timing...from late this evening through early monday evening.
heaviest snow overnight through early monday afternoon.
* hazards...heavy snow and blowing snow.
* accumulations...2 to 4 inches overnight...5 to 7 inches
monday...leading to storm totals of 7 to 11 inches.
* winds...northeast 10 to 20 mph with gusts up to 35 mph
producing some blowing and drifting snow.
* visibilities...as low as a quarter mile at times.
* wind chills...around 10 below zero at times.
* impacts...steady moderate to heavy snow will result in very
poor travel conditions with snow covered roads and low
visibility. very cold wind chills may result in frostbite and
hypothermia for anyone not dressed for the cold.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter storm warning is issued when severe winter weather is
expected. heavy snow and/or ice will cause hazardous driving
conditions. if you will be traveling in the warning area you
should choose an alternate route if possible...or you should use
extreme caution if travel is unavoidable.
if you lose power and plan on running a generator...make sure
that the generator is located outdoors and is properly
ventilated. space heaters should also be properly ventilated and
used only if they are operating properly. make sure snow does not
block exhausts and fresh air intakes for high efficiency furnaces
and water heaters.
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 snow 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 kcar 011537
wswcar
mez011-015-016-031-032-012100-
/o.con.kcar.ws.a.0004.150202t1500z-150203t0900z/
central penobscot-southern penobscot-interior hancock-
southern piscataquis-northern washington-
including the cities of...lincoln...howland...springfield...
bangor...brewer...orono...old town...amherst...aurora...dedham...
eastbrook...great pond...orland...dover-foxcroft...milo...
guilford...danforth...vanceboro...topsfield
1037 am est sun feb 1 2015
...winter storm watch remains in effect from monday morning
through late monday night...
* locations...washington county... southern penobscot county and
hancock county.
* hazard types...heavy snow. significant blowing and drifting
snow.
* accumulations...potential snow accumulation of 7 or more
inches.
* timing...late monday morning through monday night.
* impacts...snow...possibly heavy at times...may result in
hazardous travel conditions. blowing snow may result in poor
visibility.
* winds...north 10 to 20 mph with gusts up to 30 mph.
* temperatures...5 below to 5 above zero.
* visibilities...possibly one quarter mile or less at times.
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 for possible warnings.
&&
$$
wwus41 kcar 011537
wswcar
mez001>006-010-012100-
/o.con.kcar.wc.y.0008.000000t0000z-150202t0900z/
northwest aroostook-northeast aroostook-northern somerset-
northern piscataquis-northern penobscot-southeast aroostook-
central piscataquis-
including the cities of...allagash...clayton lake...madawaska...
fort kent...frenchville...presque isle...caribou...van buren...
mars hill...baker lake...billy-jack depot...baxter st park...
chamberlain lake...churchill dam...mount katahdin...millinocket...
east millinocket...patten...medway...houlton...hodgdon...
sherman...smyrna mills...greenville...monson...blanchard
1037 am est sun feb 1 2015
...wind chill advisory remains in effect until 4 am est monday...
* hazard types...bitter cold wind chills.
* timing...tonight through sunday night.
* winds...northwest 5 to 15 mph with gusts up to 25 mph.
* temperatures...21 below to 5 above zero.
* wind chill...as low as 33 below due to temperatures 20 below
to 5 above zero...and winds northwest 5 to 15 mph with gusts
up to 25 mph.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a wind chill advisory means that very cold air and strong winds
will combine to generate low wind chills. this will result in
frost bite and lead to hypothermia if precautions are not taken.
if you must venture outdoors...make sure you wear a hat and
gloves.
$$
wwus41 kcle 011657
wswcle
ohz031>033-038-020100-
/o.con.kcle.ww.y.0008.000000t0000z-150202t1700z/
wayne-stark-mahoning-holmes-
including the cities of...wooster...canton...youngstown...
millersburg
1157 am est sun feb 1 2015
...winter weather advisory remains in effect until noon est
monday...
* snow accumulations...3 to 6 inches.
* ice accumulations...a trace.
* precipitation details...snow will mix with sleet and freezing
rain and rain this evening. it may warm enough to change over to
all rain for several hours this evening. a change back to all
snow should occur after midnight.
* period of most intense precipitation...the heaviest snow will
occur at times this afternoon through this evening.
* snow ending...monday morning.
* winds...east 5 to 15 mph with gusts up to 25 mph.
* impacts...hazardous travel conditions are expected due to
snow...sleet and ice covered roads.
precautionary/preparedness actions... a winter weather advisory
is normally issued for a variety of winter weather conditions
such as light snow...sleet and freezing rain. while the weather
will be significant... the word advisory implies that severe
winter weather is not anticipated. stay tuned to noaa weather
radio for further details or updates.
&&
$$
wwus41 kctp 011430
wswctp
paz033>036-064>066-020230-
/o.con.kctp.ww.y.0010.000000t0000z-150202t1300z/
somerset-bedford-fulton-franklin-adams-york-lancaster-
including the cities of...somerset...bedford...mcconnellsburg...
chambersburg...gettysburg...york...lancaster
930 am est sun feb 1 2015
...winter weather advisory remains in effect until 8 am est
monday...
* locations...south-central pennsylvania.
* hazard types...snow followed by freezing rain and sleet.
* snow accumulations...2 to 4 inches.
* ice accumulations...around a tenth of an inch.
* timing...patchy light snow will occur through the afternoon.
steadier snow and mixed precipitation is expected this evening
before changing to freezing rain and sleet...then to plain rain
late tonight. precipitation will then taper off as scattered
snow showers on monday morning.
* period of heaviest snow...this evening through late tonight.
* impacts...hazardous travel due to snow covered roads. a coating
of ice will then lead to slippery untreated surfaces like
sidewalks.
* winds...southeast 5 mph or less with gusts up to 25 mph.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
hazardous winter weather conditions are expected or occurring.
use caution if traveling. for the latest weather information...go
to weather.gov/statecollege or monitor noaa weather radio.
report snow or ice accumulation to the national weather service
state college by sending an email to ctp.stormreports@noaa.gov...
posting to the nws state college facebook page...or tweet
@nwsstatecollege with the hashtag c...t...p...w...x.
&&
$$
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.
&&
$$
wwus43 kdlh 011013
wswdlh
792
urgent - winter weather message
national weather service duluth mn
413 am cst sun feb 1 2015
...cold wind chills continue for northern minnesota this morning...
...lake effect snow over northwest wisconsin through midday...
.a combination of arctic high pressure moving into the area and
light north to northeast winds will result in very cold wind
chills this morning. conditions will improve by mid to late
morning. meanwhile...on the south shore of lake superior...lake
effect snow showers will persist through noon today. some
locations will see between 3 and 6 inches of accumulation. the
highest amounts could be around and just south of superior
wisconsin.
wiz001>003-011800-
/o.con.kdlh.le.y.0001.000000t0000z-150201t1800z/
douglas-bayfield-ashland-
including the cities of...superior...washburn...ashland
413 am cst sun feb 1 2015
...lake effect snow advisory remains in effect until noon cst
today...
* locations...northwest wisconsin adjacent to lake superior
between the city of superior and odanah. this includes port
wing... highway 2 between superior and ashland... highway 53
southeast of superior...and highway 13 on the bayfield
peninsula.
* timing...through this morning.
* snow accumulations...an additional 1 to 3 inches is expected in
the heavier snow bands...with total snow amounts as high as 3 to
6 inches.
* visibilities...as low as a half mile at times in the heavier
snow showers.
* impacts...roads will become snow packed and slippery...with
locally hazardous winter driving conditions.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a lake effect snow advisory means lake effect snow is forecast
that will make travel difficult in some areas. lake effect snow
showers typically align themselves in bands and will likely be
intense enough to drop several inches in localized areas. use
caution when traveling and allow extra time to reach your
destination.
&&
$$
wwus43 kdmx 010233
wswdmx
939
urgent - winter weather message
national weather service des moines ia
833 pm cst sat jan 31 2015
...heavy snow and blowing snow through sunday...
.low pressure tracking across northern missouri will bring heavy
snow tonight through sunday afternoon. increasing winds on sunday
will cause blowing snow and significant travel impacts late
tonight and sunday.
iaz004>007-015>017-011045-
/o.upg.kdmx.ww.y.0005.000000t0000z-150202t0300z/
/o.exa.kdmx.ws.w.0002.000000t0000z-150202t0300z/
emmet-kossuth-winnebago-worth-palo alto-hancock-cerro gordo-
including the cities of...estherville...algona...forest city...
lake mills...northwood...manly...emmetsburg...garner...britt...
kanawha...mason city...clear lake
833 pm cst sat jan 31 2015
...winter storm warning in effect until 9 pm cst sunday...
the national weather service in des moines has issued a winter
storm warning for heavy snow and blowing snow...which is in
effect until 9 pm cst sunday. the winter weather advisory is no
longer in effect.
* short term trends...snow will continue through the night and
accumulate quickly into the early morning hours. snow will
continue to fall into sunday with increasing winds.
* storm total snow...accumulations of 7 to 9 inches with local
higher amounts.
* winds/visibility...turning to northeast 10 to 20 mph by early
sunday morning...then becoming north 15 to 25 mph and gusty by
sunday afternoon.
* impacts...roads will become snow covered and hazardous.
blowing snow on sunday will reduce visibility and make it
difficult to clear the roads...especially in open and rural
areas.
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.
any reports of snow accumulations are much appreciated and can be
relayed directly to the national weather service using twitter
handle nws des moines...hashtag nwsdmx or post to the nws des
moines facebook page.
&&
$$
wwus43 kdmx 011700
wswdmx
285
urgent - winter weather message
national weather service des moines ia
1100 am cst sun feb 1 2015
...poor visibility...more snow and blowing snow today...
.snow will continue to fall today...heavily this morning...with
increasing winds causing blowing and drifting snow...with possible
near whiteout conditions in rural areas making travel very dangerous
through the afternoon hours and evening hours. with the amount of
wet snow on area trees...tree damage and localized power outages
will be likely as winds increase through the afternoon hours.
iaz004>007-015>017-023>028-033>039-044>050-057>062-070>075-
081>086-092>097-020100-
/o.con.kdmx.ws.w.0002.000000t0000z-150202t0300z/
emmet-kossuth-winnebago-worth-palo alto-hancock-cerro gordo-
pocahontas-humboldt-wright-franklin-butler-bremer-sac-calhoun-
webster-hamilton-hardin-grundy-black hawk-crawford-carroll-greene-
boone-story-marshall-tama-audubon-guthrie-dallas-polk-jasper-
poweshiek-cass-adair-madison-warren-marion-mahaska-adams-union-
clarke-lucas-monroe-wapello-taylor-ringgold-decatur-wayne-
appanoose-davis-
including the cities of...estherville...algona...forest city...
lake mills...northwood...manly...emmetsburg...garner...britt...
kanawha...mason city...clear lake...pocahontas...laurens...
rolfe...fonda...gilmore city...humboldt...eagle grove...clarion...
belmond...hampton...parkersburg...clarksville...shell rock...
greene...aplington...allison...dumont...waverly...sac city...
lake view...odebolt...wall lake...schaller...early...
rockwell city...manson...lake city...pomeroy...fort dodge...
webster city...iowa falls...eldora...ackley...grundy center...
reinbeck...conrad...dike...wellsburg...waterloo...cedar falls...
denison...carroll...jefferson...boone...ames...marshalltown...
tama...toledo...traer...dysart...gladbrook...audubon...exira...
guthrie center...panora...bayard...casey...perry...waukee...
adel...des moines...newton...grinnell...atlantic...greenfield...
stuart...adair...fontanelle...winterset...earlham...indianola...
norwalk...carlisle...pella...knoxville...oskaloosa...corning...
creston...osceola...chariton...albia...ottumwa...bedford...
lenox...new market...mount ayr...lamoni...leon...corydon...
seymour...allerton...humeston...centerville...bloomfield
1100 am cst sun feb 1 2015
...winter storm warning remains in effect until 9 pm cst this
evening...
* short term trends...widespread light to moderate snow will
continue with steadily increasing winds across northern and
western iowa. winds will increase this afternoon regionwide. an
additional two to four inches of snow is possible through this
evening.
* storm total snow...accumulations of generally 8 to 12 inches.
some locations over central iowa will receive over a foot of
snow.
* winds/visibility...winds gradually increasing and becoming
northerly by afternoon. gusts increasing to 35 to 40 over the
entire area by early to mid afternoon. winds will remain strong
through early evening.
* temperatures...temperatures will continue to fall through the
afternoon hours into the lower to mid teens by evening. along
with that wind chill values will drop to 5 to 10 below zero
over the northern half of iowa and just below zero over
central and southern iowa by late afternoon.
* impacts...roads will remain snow covered and slick with
hazardous driving conditions. blowing and drifting snow will
become more significant this afternoon. visibilities will drop
below one half mile with near whiteout conditions at times...
especially in open and rural areas. the heavy wet nature of the
snow has also coated trees over central and southern iowa. tree
damage and localized power outages will be more likely as the
winds increase this afternoon.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter storm warning for heavy snow means severe winter weather
conditions are occurring. significant amounts of snow have fallen
making 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.
although the heavy wet consistency of the snow will diminish
...around six to nine inches of wet snow will have compacted and
settled. this will make removal and shoveling difficult...
especially with the stronger winds and colder temperatures this
afternoon and evening. the elderly and those with heart concerns
should take frequent breaks...remove the snow in small amounts or
seek assistance.
&&
$$
wwus43 kdtx 011632
wswdtx
miz047>049-053>055-020045-
/o.con.kdtx.ww.y.0005.000000t0000z-150202t1200z/
midland-bay-huron-saginaw-tuscola-sanilac-
including the cities of...midland...bay city...bad axe...
saginaw...caro...sandusky
1132 am est sun feb 1 2015
...winter weather advisory remains in effect until 7 am est
monday...
hazardous weather...
* steady snow will continue through today and tonight...and will
be heavy at times during the late afternoon and evening.
* northeast wind increasing to gusts around 30 mph will add
substantial blowing and drifting.
* snow will taper off early monday morning.
* total accumulation of 3 to 6 inches. locally 7 inches south of
m-46.
* wind chill falling to about 10 below zero tonight.
impacts...
* snow covered roads and reduced visibility will result in
hazardous conditions for travel. this will require slower
speeds and extra travel time.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
* a winter weather advisory means that periods of snow will
cause travel difficulties. be prepared for slippery roads and
limited visibilities...and use caution while driving.
* prepare...plan...and stay informed. visit
http://go.usa.gov/rr8
&&
$$
wwus43 kdtx 011632
wswdtx
miz060>063-020045-
/o.con.kdtx.ws.w.0001.000000t0000z-150202t1200z/
shiawassee-genesee-lapeer-st. clair-
including the cities of...owosso...flint...lapeer...port huron
1132 am est sun feb 1 2015
...winter storm warning remains in effect until 7 am est monday...
hazardous weather...
* widespread light to moderate snow will become increasingly
heavy during the afternoon.
* northeast wind increasing to gusts around 30 mph will add
substantial blowing and drifting.
* the peak in snowfall intensity will occur during the late
afternoon through the evening...with snowfall reaching an inch
per hour rate.
* snow will taper off early monday morning.
* total accumulation of 7 to 11 inches. highest amounts along and
south of the interstate 69 corridor.
* wind chill falling to about 10 below zero tonight.
impacts...
* snow covered roads and reduced visibility will result in
dangerous conditions for travel and outdoor activity.
* travel is discouraged during the late afternoon and evening
peak of the event.
* increasing difficulty for road crews to keep pace with high
snowfall rates...blowing and drifting.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
* a winter storm warning means significant amounts of snow and
blowing snow is expected or occurring. this will make travel
and outdoor activity dangerous.
* prepare...plan...and stay informed. visit
http://go.usa.gov/rr8
&&
$$
wwus43 kdvn 011324
wswdvn
iaz089-099-ilz025-026-034-035-moz010-012130-
/o.con.kdvn.ws.w.0002.000000t0000z-150202t0300z/
des moines-lee-henderson-warren-hancock-mcdonough-clark-
including the cities of...burlington...fort madison...oquawka...
monmouth...carthage...macomb...kahoka
724 am cst sun feb 1 2015
...winter storm warning remains in effect until 9 pm cst this
evening...
* timing...through this evening.
* snow accumulations...storm totals of 6 to 9 inches. highest
amounts near the highway 34 corridor.
* winds...northeast winds 20 to 25 mph...gusts between 30-35 mph.
* visibilities...below 1/2 mile at times.
* impacts...the wet snow has resulted in very slippery roads.
blowing and drifting snow will develop this afternoon...
creating difficult travel conditions due to reduced
visibilities... especially in open areas. road crews may have
difficulty clearing the wet snow this morning and then keeping
up with the drifting snow through the evening. the combination
of the weight of the snow on elevated surfaces and strong
winds could result in localized power outages.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter storm warning for heavy snow means severe winter weather
conditions are expected or are 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.
&&
$$
wwus43 keax 011523
wsweax
ksz025-102-moz001-011>013-020>023-028>033-012330-
/o.con.keax.ww.y.0002.000000t0000z-150202t0300z/
atchison ks-doniphan-atchison mo-holt-andrew-de kalb-buchanan-
clinton-caldwell-livingston-platte-clay-ray-carroll-chariton-
randolph-
including the cities of...atchison...troy...tarkio...mound city...
oregon...savannah...cameron...st. joseph...plattsburg...
hamilton...polo...chillicothe...parkville...platte city...
weston...liberty...excelsior springs...richmond...carrollton...
salisbury...keytesville...moberly
923 am cst sun feb 1 2015
...winter weather advisory remains in effect until 9 pm cst this
evening...
a winter weather advisory for snow and blowing snow remains
in effect until 9 pm cst this evening.
* timing...light snow will continue through this evening.
* total snow accumulations...2 to 6 inches with the highest amounts
near a saint joseph...chillicothe...moberly line.
* winds...north winds will increase to 15 to 25 mph late this morning
and this afternoon with gusts to 40 mph. this will result in
periods of blowing and drifting snow. a few power outages are also
possible.
* temperatures...will rapidly fall into the lower and middle 20s this
afternoon...which may cause quick freezing of slush and water on
roadways. any untreated roadways could become very slick.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter weather advisory means that periods of snow...sleet...or
freezing rain will cause travel difficulties. be prepared for
slippery roads and limited visibilities...and use caution while
driving.
&&
$$
wwus43 kfsd 010950
wswfsd
sdz052>055-057>060-011800-
/o.con.kfsd.ww.y.0005.000000t0000z-150201t1800z/
jerauld-sanborn-miner-lake-brule-aurora-davison-hanson-
including the cities of...wessington springs...alpena...
woonsocket...howard...madison...chamberlain...kimball...
plankinton...white lake...stickney...mitchell...alexandria...
emery
350 am cst sun feb 1 2015
...winter weather advisory remains in effect until noon cst
today...
* timing...snow will continue early this morning but will begin to
decrease. the snow should end by noon.
* accumulations...2 to 5 inches.
* wind and visibility...visibility will drop to three quarters of
a mile at times in falling snow. northerly winds will average 15
to 30 mph which will cause some drifting snow in open areas.
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.
&&
$$
wwus43 kgid 011350
wswgid
ksz006-007-nez060-073-084-011800-
/o.con.kgid.ww.y.0002.000000t0000z-150201t1800z/
smith-jewell-dawson-phelps-franklin-
including the cities of...smith center...kensington...mankato...
jewell...burr oak...lexington...cozad...gothenburg...holdrege...
franklin...campbell...hildreth
750 am cst sun feb 1 2015
...winter weather advisory remains in effect until noon cst
today...
a winter weather advisory for snow and blowing snow remains in
effect until noon cst today.
* hazards...snow and blowing snow.
* impact...travel is difficult and hazardous. roads are icy and
snow-covered. visibilities are very low in blowing snow...
especially in open areas.
* snow accumulation...little or no additional accumulation. storm
totals will be 2 to 4 inches.
* timing...light snow will end by midday
* winds...north at 25 to 35 mph with gusts to around 40 mph.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter weather advisory for snow and blowing snow means that
visibilities will be limited due to a combination of falling and
blowing snow. use caution when traveling...especially in open
areas.
&&
$$
wwus43 kgrb 011516
wswgrb
752
urgent - winter weather message
national weather service green bay wi
916 am cst sun feb 1 2015
...snow and blowing snow into this evening...
.snow will continue over parts of central and east central
wisconsin as a winter storm system tracks over illinois today.
the heaviest snow is expected near lake michigan...where lake
enhancement will occur. accumulations of 2 to 4 inches can be
expected south of a line from wisconsin rapids to kewaunee...with
4 to 7 inches in manitowoc and southern kewaunee counties due to
lake effect. strong northeast winds will produce considerable
blowing and drifting snow of the snow in the fox valley and
lakeshore areas. near blizzard conditions are possible along the
lake michigan shoreline in manitowoc county.
wiz050-011900-
/o.con.kgrb.ws.w.0001.000000t0000z-150202t0400z/
manitowoc-
including the city of...two rivers
916 am cst sun feb 1 2015
...winter storm warning remains in effect until 10 pm cst this
evening...
* snow will continue...and be heavy at times along the lake
michigan shoreline...through this evening. northeast winds
gusting to 30 to 40 mph will produce considerable blowing and
drifting of the new snowfall...and may result in near-blizzard
conditions at times.
* snow accumulations of 3 to 5 inches are expected inland...with 5
to 7 inches near the lakeshore.
* the combination of falling and blowing snow may produce local
whiteout conditions along the lake michigan shoreline...
including interstate 43. roads will be snow covered and slippery.
travel conditions will be hazardous.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter storm warning for heavy snow and blowing snow means
severe winter weather conditions are expected or occurring. the
combination of snow and strong winds will make travel very
difficult. if you must travel...keep an extra flashlight...
food...and water in your vehicle in case of an emergency. the
latest wisconsin road conditions can be obtained by calling 511.
&&
$$
wwus43 kgrb 011516
wswgrb
wiz045-048-049-011900-
/o.con.kgrb.ww.y.0004.000000t0000z-150202t0100z/
waushara-winnebago-calumet-
including the cities of...wautoma...oshkosh...chilton
916 am cst sun feb 1 2015
...winter weather advisory remains in effect until 7 pm cst this
evening...
* snow will continue through the day...then taper off by evening.
northeast winds gusting to 25 to 40 mph will cause considerable
blowing and drifting snow...especially in open rural areas and
in the fox river valley.
* snow accumulations of 2 to 4 inches can be expected.
* snow covered roads and reduced visibility in falling and blowing
snow will result in hazardous travel conditions.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter weather advisory for snow and blowing snow means that
visibilities will be limited due to a combination of falling and
blowing snow. use caution when traveling...especially in open
areas. the latest wisconsin road conditions can be obtained by
calling 511.
&&
$$
wwus43 kgrr 011521
wswgrr
miz043>046-050>052-012330-
/o.con.kgrr.ww.y.0006.000000t0000z-150202t1100z/
oceana-newaygo-mecosta-isabella-muskegon-montcalm-gratiot-
including the cities of...hart...fremont...big rapids...
mount pleasant...muskegon...greenville...alma
1021 am est sun feb 1 2015
...winter weather advisory remains in effect until 6 am est
monday...
hazardous weather...
* snow has developed and will continue through tonight.
* total snowfall 4 to 7 inches expected by monday morning.
* gusty northeast winds will create blowing and drifting.
impacts...
* roads will become snow covered and slippery.
* restricted visibility from snow and drifting will reduce
travel speeds and may result in accidents.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
* the michigan department of transportation reminds motorists
to adjust speeds based on the conditions... and to take it
slow in ice and snow.
* weather preparedness information is available on line at
www.ready.gov/winter and http://go.usa.gov/5og.
&&
$$
wwus41 kgyx 010832
wswgyx
mez007-nhz001-002-011645-
/o.new.kgyx.ww.y.0006.150202t0900z-150203t0600z/
/o.con.kgyx.wc.y.0005.000000t0000z-150201t2200z/
northern oxford-northern coos-southern coos-
including the cities of...andover...roxbury...upton...
wilsons mills...colebrook...berlin...lancaster
332 am est sun feb 1 2015
...wind chill advisory remains in effect until 5 pm est this
afternoon...
...winter weather advisory in effect from 4 am monday to 1 am est
tuesday...
the national weather service in gray has issued a winter weather
advisory for snow...which is in effect from 4 am monday to 1 am
est tuesday.
* accumulations...snow accumulation of 4 to 6 inches.
* hazard types...very cold wind chill values.
* timing...dangerous wind chills will continue through sunday.
* winds...north 10 to 20 mph with gusts up to 35 mph.
* temperatures...17 below to 7 above zero.
* wind chill...as low as 28 below due to temperatures 9 below to
7 above zero...and winds northwest 10 to 20 mph with gusts up to
35 mph.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a wind chill advisory means that very cold air and strong winds
will combine to generate low wind chills. this will result in
frost bite and lead to hypothermia if precautions are not taken.
if you must venture outdoors...make sure you wear a hat and
gloves.
a winter weather advisory for snow means that periods of snow
will cause primarily travel difficulties. be prepared for snow
covered roads and limited visibilities...and use caution while
driving.
&&
$$
wwus41 kgyx 010832
wswgyx
mez012>014-011645-
/o.ext.kgyx.ws.a.0006.150202t0900z-150203t0800z/
southern oxford-southern franklin-southern somerset-
including the cities of...rumford...norway...fryeburg...oxford...
farmington...wilton...madison...skowhegan...pittsfield
332 am est sun feb 1 2015
...winter storm watch now in effect from late tonight through
late monday night...
* accumulations...snow accumulation of 4 to 8 inches.
* hazard types...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 25 mph.
* temperatures...11 below to 5 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.
&&
$$
wwus41 kiln 011559
wswiln
ohz042-045-046-051-052-054>056-011700-
/o.can.kiln.ww.y.0006.000000t0000z-150202t1200z/
darke-union oh-delaware-miami-champaign-madison-franklin oh-
licking-
including the cities of...greenville...marysville...delaware...
piqua...urbana...london...columbus...newark
1059 am est sun feb 1 2015
...winter weather advisory is cancelled...
the national weather service in wilmington has cancelled the
winter weather advisory.
low pressure will bring warmer air to the region. rain is now
expected through this evening...changing to a period of snow
overnight before ending. additional snow accumulations will be
less than an inch.
$$
wwus43 kilx 011040
wswilx
ilz049>057-061-011800-
/o.con.kilx.ww.y.0004.000000t0000z-150202t0300z/
scott-morgan-sangamon-christian-macon-moultrie-douglas-coles-
edgar-shelby-
including the cities of...jacksonville...springfield...
taylorville...decatur...charleston...mattoon...shelbyville
440 am cst sun feb 1 2015
...winter weather advisory remains in effect until 9 pm cst this
evening...
a winter weather advisory remains in effect until 9 pm cst this
evening.
* timing...snow will persist across the area into tonight...although
sleet or rain may mix in from time to time today
* accumulations...totals of 3 to 6 inches will be possible by
tonight...with the higher amounts north of the i-72 corridor.
* impacts...roads will become snow covered and slippery today.
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.
&&
$$
wwus43 kind 010925
wswind
inz043-011730-
/o.con.kind.ww.y.0006.000000t0000z-150202t1200z/
vermillion-
425 am est sun feb 1 2015
...winter weather advisory remains in effect until 7 am est
monday...
hazardous weather...
* accumulations: 3 to 6 inches of snow. the period of moderate snow
is expected during the daytime hours on sunday.
* blowing and drifting snow...especially sunday afternoon and
evening.
impacts...
* snow covered roads with very hazardous driving conditions.
* blowing and drifting snow sunday afternoon and evening.
timing...
* the snow will continue sunday...then end by early monday morning
from west to east. the majority of the snow accumulation is
anticipated to occur during the daytime hours on sunday. also
this is when moderate snow is most likely to take place.
confidence...
* confidence is high that moderate snow will occur at times. also
it is possible that rain or even freezing rain may mix in at
times.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter weather advisory means that periods of snow will cause
primarily travel difficulties. be prepared for snow covered roads
and limited visibilities...and use caution while driving.
&&
$$
wwus43 kiwx 010923
wswiwx
ohz024-025-011730-
/o.con.kiwx.ws.w.0002.000000t0000z-150202t1200z/
van wert-allen oh-
including the cities of...van wert...delphos...ohio city...lima...
spencerville...bluffton
423 am est sun feb 1 2015
...winter storm warning remains in effect until 7 am est monday...
hazardous weather...
* heavy snow...7 to 11 inches storm total. the period of heaviest
snow expected today into this evening.
* blowing and drifting snow...especially this afternoon into
tonight.
impacts...
* periods of heavy snow with blowing and drifting snow making
travel difficult or impossible. some unplowed roads will
become impassible.
* blowing and drifting snow this afternoon into tonight.
* visibilities reduced to near zero at times in heavy snow and
blowing snow.
timing...
* snow will continue today and then taper off late tonight.
confidence...
* confidence is very high that heavy snow will occur. however
there is medium confidence with respect to amounts and the
exact location of the heaviest snow.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter storm warning for heavy snow and blowing and drifting
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.
&&
$$
wwus43 klbf 011347
wswlbf
876
urgent - winter weather message
national weather service north platte ne
747 am cst sun feb 1 2015
...snow and blowing snow continues over north central nebraska
this morning...
.light snow and blowing snow will persist through much of the morning
for locations east of a line from valentine to arnold. an
additional inch of accumulation is possible. the snow will move
east through the morning...coming to an end across the entire area
by this afternoon. strong north winds will blow through the
day...leading to blowing and drifting snow where snow continues to
fall. this will keep hazardous winter travel conditions across the
area.
nez005>010-026>029-038-011800-
/o.con.klbf.ww.y.0004.000000t0000z-150201t1800z/
eastern cherry-keya paha-boyd-brown-rock-holt-blaine-loup-
garfield-wheeler-custer-
including the cities of...valentine...springview...spencer...
ainsworth...bassett...oneill...dunning...taylor...burwell...
bartlett...broken bow
747 am cst sun feb 1 2015
...winter weather advisory remains in effect until noon cst
today...
a winter weather advisory remains in effect until noon cst today.
* timing...light to moderate snow will continue this morning...
coming to an end by late morning or early afternoon.
* snow accumulations...an additional 1 inch is possible.
* wind...north winds of 20 to 30 mph with gusts to 40 mph.
* impacts...the combination of snow and blowing snow will cause
reduced visibility of a half mile or less at times...along
with deep drifts making travel hazardous.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter weather advisory for snow means that periods of snow
will cause primarily travel difficulties. be prepared for snow
covered roads and limited visibility...and use caution while
driving.
&&
$$
wwus43 klot 011008
wswlot
818
urgent - winter weather message
national weather service chicago il
408 am cst sun feb 1 2015
ilz005-006-011>014-020-022-inz001-011815-
/o.new.klot.bz.w.0001.150201t2000z-150202t0600z/
/o.ext.klot.ws.w.0002.000000t0000z-150201t2000z/
mchenry-lake il-de kalb-kane-dupage-cook-kendall-will-lake in-
including the cities of...woodstock...waukegan...dekalb...
aurora...wheaton...chicago...oswego...joliet...gary
408 am cst sun feb 1 2015
...winter storm warning now in effect until 2 pm cst this
afternoon...
...blizzard warning in effect from 2 pm this afternoon to
midnight cst tonight...
the national weather service in chicago has issued a blizzard
warning...which is in effect from 2 pm this afternoon to midnight
cst tonight. a winter storm warning remains in effect until 2 pm
cst.
* timing...snow...heavy at times...will continue until early
evening. blizzard conditions will develop late this afternoon
and continue this evening...especially near the lake and in
more open areas.
* winds/visibility...northeast winds will increase to 20 to 30 mph
with gusts to 40 mph this afternoon...with even stronger winds
near the lake. the combination of falling and blowing snow will
frequently reduce visibilities to near zero in white out
conditions late this afternoon and evening.
* snow accumulations...10 to 15 inches...with isolated totals up
to 18 inches possible.
* main impact...snow covered roads will make travel difficult. by
afternoon...the combination of the snow and very strong winds
will make travel extraordinarily dangerous.
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.
a blizzard warning means severe winter weather conditions are
expected or occurring. falling and blowing snow with strong winds
and poor visibilities are likely. this will lead to whiteout
conditions...making travel extremely dangerous. do not travel. if
you must travel...have a winter survival kit with you. if you get
stranded...stay with your vehicle.
&&
$$
wwus43 klot 011629
wswlot
ilz023-032-033-039-inz002-010-011-019-020030-
/o.con.klot.ws.w.0002.000000t0000z-150202t0600z/
kankakee-livingston-iroquois-ford-porter-newton-jasper-benton-
including the cities of...kankakee...pontiac...watseka...paxton...
valparaiso...morocco...rensselaer...fowler
1029 am cst sun feb 1 2015 /1129 am est sun feb 1 2015/
...winter storm warning remains in effect until midnight cst
/1 am est/ tonight...
* timing...snow...possibly heavy at times...will continue through
this evening. the snow may mix with sleet at times today well
south of the kankakee and illinois rivers.
* snow accumulations...widespread amounts of 8 to 12 inches are
expected by late this evening. the heaviest totals should be
near and north of the kankakee river...with the lightest
amounts south of u.s. highway 24.
* main impact...snow covered roads will make travel difficult.
strong northeast winds will develop this evening and could
result in blowing and drifting snow...especially near and
north of the kankakee river.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter storm warning for heavy snow means severe winter weather
conditions are expected or occurring. significant amounts of
snow are forecast that will make travel dangerous. only travel in
an emergency. if you must travel...keep an extra flashlight...
food...and water in your vehicle in case of an emergency.
&&
$$
wwus43 klsx 011155
wswlsx
ilz097-moz034>036-020000-
/o.con.klsx.ww.y.0002.000000t0000z-150202t0300z/
monroe mo-pike il-pike mo-ralls mo-
including the city of...bowling green
555 am cst sun feb 1 2015
...winter weather advisory remains in effect until 9 pm cst this
evening...
* timing...snow is expected today and into the early evening
hours. the snow may briefly mix with some rain later this
morning and early this afternoon.
* accumulations...2 to 5 inches of snow.
* winds...winds becoming north at 15 to 30 mph this afternoon.
* impacts...the wintry precipitation will result in hazardous
travel conditions...especially on bridges... overpasses...and
untreated roads. parking lots and sidewalks will become
slippery as well.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter weather advisory means that up to 5 inches of snow is
expected across the advisory area. roads may be slippery...so
motorists should plan for a slower than normal trip. be especially
alert when approaching bridges...overpasses...and curves.
&&
$$
wwus41 klwx 011652
wswlwx
mdz004>006-503-505-507-508-vaz505-020100-
/o.con.klwx.ww.y.0010.150201t2000z-150202t1300z/
frederick md-carroll-northern baltimore-northwest montgomery-
northwest howard-northwest harford-southeast harford-
western loudoun-
including the cities of...frederick...westminster...parkton...
reisterstown...cockeysville...germantown...damascus...lisbon...
jarrettsville...aberdeen...purcellville
1152 am est sun feb 1 2015
...winter weather advisory remains in effect from 3 pm this
afternoon to 8 am est monday...
* precipitation type...snow...sleet and freezing rain.
* accumulations...less than one inch of snow accumulation followed
by a thin glaze of ice accumulation.
* timing...snow is expected to develop during the mid to late
afternoon. snow will change to sleet and freezing rain during
the evening...and continue through early monday morning before
becoming all rain.
* temperatures...in the lower 30s.
* winds...southeast 5 to 10 mph.
* impacts...untreated roads will become icy...resulting in
hazardous travel conditions.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter weather advisory means that periods of snow...sleet...or
freezing rain will cause travel difficulties. be prepared for
slippery roads and limited visibilities...and use caution while
driving.
&&
$$
wwus43 kmkx 011008
wswmkx
966
urgent - winter weather message
national weather service milwaukee/sullivan wi
408 am cst sun feb 1 2015
...strong winter storm to impact southern wisconsin through this
evening...
.snow will be steady...and at times moderate to heavy...through
this afternoon as low pressure moves from the central plains to
the ohio river valley. expected lake effect snow will enhance
snowfall totals over far southeast wisconsin. in addition...
considerable blowing and drifting snow is expected across southern
wisconsin... especially near lake michigan...as winds should gust
to around 35 mph at times.
the highest snow totals will be found near lake michigan and
along the wisconsin/illinois border.
wiz071-072-011815-
/o.new.kmkx.bz.w.0001.150201t1800z-150202t0600z/
/o.ext.kmkx.ws.w.0001.000000t0000z-150201t1800z/
racine-kenosha-
including the cities of...racine...kenosha
408 am cst sun feb 1 2015
...winter storm warning now in effect until noon cst today...
...blizzard warning in effect from noon today to midnight cst
tonight...
the national weather service in milwaukee/sullivan has issued a
blizzard warning...which is in effect from noon today to midnight
cst tonight. the winter storm warning is now in effect until noon
cst today.
* timing...snow will continue through about midnight tonight. the
strongest winds and lowest visibilities will be this afternoon
and evening.
* snow accumulations...8 to 11 inches with highest amounts toward
the illinois border.
* winds...northeast 20 to 25 mph with gusts to 35 mph.
* impacts...snow covered roads and considerable blowing and
drifting snow. visibilities reduced to 1/2 mile or much less
at times. whiteout conditions expected at times.
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.
a blizzard warning means severe winter weather conditions are
expected or occurring. falling and blowing snow with strong winds
and poor visibilities are likely. this will lead to whiteout
conditions...making travel extremely dangerous. do not travel. if
you must travel...have a winter survival kit with you. if you get
stranded...stay with your vehicle.
&&
$$
wwus43 kmkx 011553
wswmkx
wiz051-058-059-020000-
/o.con.kmkx.ww.y.0004.000000t0000z-150202t0600z/
fond du lac-dodge-washington-
including the cities of...fond du lac...beaver dam...west bend
953 am cst sun feb 1 2015
...winter weather advisory remains in effect until midnight cst
tonight...
a winter weather advisory remains in effect until midnight cst
tonight.
* timing...snow will persist into this evening.
* snow accumulations...additional acccumulati0ns of 3 to 5
inches. storm totals of 5 to 8 inches.
* winds...northeast 20 mph with gusts to 30 mph through this
evening.
* impacts...snow covered roads and blowing and drifting snow.
visibilities reduced to 1/2 mile or less at times.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter weather advisory means that periods of snow will cause
travel difficulties. visibilities will be limited due to strong
winds blowing snow around. be prepared for slippery roads. use
caution when traveling...especially in open areas.
&&
$$
wwus43 kmkx 011553
wswmkx
wiz064-065-069-070-020000-
/o.con.kmkx.ws.w.0001.000000t0000z-150202t0600z/
jefferson-waukesha-rock-walworth-
including the cities of...jefferson...lake mills...waukesha...
brookfield...janesville...beloit...elkhorn...lake geneva
953 am cst sun feb 1 2015
...winter storm warning remains in effect until midnight cst
tonight...
a winter storm warning remains in effect until midnight cst
tonight.
* timing...snow will persist into this evening.
* snow accumulations...additional acccumulati0ns of 5 to 7
inches. storm totals of 6 to 9 inches.
* winds...northeast 20 mph with gusts to 30 mph through early
this evening.
* impacts...snow covered roads and considerable blowing and
drifting snow. visibilities reduced to 1/2 mile or much less
at times.
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. blowing snow will
lead to low visibility with brief whiteout conditions. only
travel in an emergency. if you must travel...keep an extra
flashlight... food...and water in your vehicle in case of an
emergency.
&&
$$
wwus43 kmpx 010939
wswmpx
825
urgent - winter weather message
national weather service twin cities/chanhassen mn
339 am cst sun feb 1 2015
...accumulating snow continues this morning...
.snowfall will continue this morning from southern minnesota
across east central minnesota and west central wisconsin.
accumulations south of highway 14 from mankato to owatonna will
range from 3 to 6 inches...with the highest amounts along and
south of interstate 90. totals will rapidly diminish north of
highway 14. brisk northeasterly winds may also lead to some
blowing and drifting snow and attendant visibility reductions.
mnz082>085-091>093-011745-
/o.con.kmpx.ww.y.0005.000000t0000z-150201t1800z/
watonwan-blue earth-waseca-steele-martin-faribault-freeborn-
including the cities of...st. james...mankato...waseca...
owatonna...fairmont...blue earth...albert lea
339 am cst sun feb 1 2015
...winter weather advisory remains in effect until noon cst
today...
* snow accumulation...around 3 inches along highway 14 from
mankato to owatonna...to around 6 inches along and south of
interstate 90.
* timing...snow will continue through sunday morning. brisk
northeast winds will lead to patchy blowing snow as well.
* impacts...roads will be snow covered and slick. visibilities
will be reduced due to the combination of snow and blowing snow.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter weather advisory for snow and blowing snow means that
visibilities will be limited due to a combination of falling and
blowing snow. use caution when traveling...especially in open
areas.
&&
$$
wwus45 kmso 011107
wswmso
idz005-006-021600-
/o.new.kmso.ww.y.0011.150201t1800z-150202t1600z/
northern clearwater mountains-southern clearwater mountains-
407 am mst sun feb 1 2015
...winter weather advisory in effect from 10 am this morning to
8 am pst monday above 3000 feet...
the national weather service in missoula has issued a winter
weather advisory for snow and slick roads above 3000 feet...
which is in effect from 10 am this morning to 8 am pst monday.
* impacts/timing: light to moderate snow will develop late this
morning and persist into monday morning, making roads snow
covered and slick at times, especially over mountain passes.
valleys below 3000 feet are primarily expected to see rain,
although a brief period of snow is possible this morning.
* snow accumulations: 3 to 6 inches over lolo pass and in the
higher terrain. 1 to 3 inches for valleys down to 3000 feet and
over greer grade. little to no accumulation below 3000 feet.
* locations impacted include...highway 11 pierce to
headquarters...pierce...dixie...elk city...highway 12 lowell
to lolo pass
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.
&&
$$
wwus43 koax 010950
wswoax
iaz079-090-nez065>068-078-088-089-012000-
/o.con.koax.ws.w.0001.000000t0000z-150202t0000z/
mills-fremont-seward-lancaster-cass-otoe-saline-jefferson-gage-
including the cities of...glenwood...sidney...hamburg...tabor...
farragut...seward...milford...lincoln...plattsmouth...
nebraska city...crete...wilber...fairbury...beatrice
350 am cst sun feb 1 2015
...winter storm warning remains in effect until 6 pm cst this
evening...
* timing...snow will taper off by late this afternoon.
* snow accumulation...1 to 2 inches.
* winds/visibility...northeast winds will become north or
northwest and increase to 25 to 35 mph with gusts to 40 mph.
* main impact...roads are snow covered...icy and hazardous. the
blowing snow today will create near-blizzard conditions making
driving today even more hazardous...especially in open and rural
areas.
* other impacts...the cold combined with the wind will drop wind
chills below zero today.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter storm warning for heavy snow means severe winter weather
conditions are expected or occurring. significant amounts of
snow are forecast that will make travel dangerous. only travel in
an emergency. if you must travel...keep an extra flashlight...
food...and water in your vehicle in case of an emergency.
&&
$$
wwus43 koax 010950
wswoax
nez090>093-012000-
/o.con.koax.ww.y.0005.000000t0000z-150202t0000z/
johnson-nemaha-pawnee-richardson-
including the cities of...tecumseh...sterling...auburn...
pawnee city...table rock...falls city
350 am cst sun feb 1 2015
...winter weather advisory remains in effect until 6 pm cst this
evening...
* timing...snow will taper off by late this afternoon.
* snow accumulation...1 to 2 inches.
* winds/visibility...northeast winds will become north or
northwest 20 to 30 mph with gusts to 40 mph.
* main impact...roads are snow covered...icy and hazardous. the
blowing snow today will create near-blizzard conditions making
driving today even more hazardous...especially in open and
rural areas.
* other impacts...the cold combined with the wind will drop wind
chills below zero today.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter weather advisory for snow means that periods of snow and
or blowing snow will cause travel difficulties. be prepared for
snow covered roads and limited visibilities...and use caution
while driving.
&&
$$
wwus41 kokx 011431
wswokx
nyz079>081-179-012245-
/o.con.kokx.ws.a.0003.150202t0000z-150202t2300z/
northeastern suffolk-southwestern suffolk-southeastern suffolk-
southern nassau-
931 am est sun feb 1 2015
...winter storm watch remains in effect from 7 pm est this
evening through monday afternoon...
* locations...eastern and southwest suffolk...and southern
nassau counties.
* hazard types...snow...sleet and freezing rain.
* accumulations...snow accumulation of 3 to 5 inches...along
with a tenth of an inch of ice.
* winds...northeast 15 to 25 mph with gusts up to 30 mph.
* temperatures...in the lower 30s.
* visibilities...one quarter mile or less at times.
* timing...tonight through monday.
* impacts...hazardous travel due to reduced visibilities and
significant snow...sleet and ice accumulations.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter storm watch means there is a potential for significant
snow...sleet...or ice accumulations that may impact travel.
continue to monitor the latest forecasts.
&&
$$
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.
&&
$$
wwus46 kotx 011319
wswotx
waz036-020000-
/o.con.kotx.ww.y.0004.150201t1500z-150202t0300z/
spokane area-
including the following locations...cheney...davenport...rockford
519 am pst sun feb 1 2015
...winter weather advisory remains in effect until 7 pm pst this
evening above 2000 feet...
* locations...cheney...davenport...rockford...airway heights
* snow accumulations...1 to 2 inches...with the most significant
accumulations above 2000 feet.
* timing...the most significant snow is expected late this morning
into the afternoon. the snow will taper off early sunday
evening.
* impacts...roadways will become snow covered or slushy by this
afternoon. motorists should be prepared for slick driving
conditions...especially on side streets and untreated roads.
* hazard elevation...above 2000 feet.
* web page: for a detailed view of the hazard area visit
http://www.wrh.noaa.gov/wrh/whv/?wfo=otx.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter weather advisory for snow means that periods of snow
will cause primarily travel difficulties. be prepared for snow
covered roads and limited visibilities...and use caution while
driving.
&&
$$
wwus41 kpbz 011618
wswpbz
ohz039>041-048>050-057>059-paz020-021-029-073-074-wvz001>003-
020030-
/o.con.kpbz.ww.y.0010.000000t0000z-150202t1700z/
tuscarawas-carroll-columbiana-coshocton-harrison-jefferson oh-
muskingum-guernsey-belmont-beaver-allegheny-washington-
westmoreland-westmoreland ridges-hancock-brooke-ohio-
including the cities of...new philadelphia...carrollton...salem...
coshocton...cadiz...steubenville...zanesville...cambridge...
st. clairsville...beaver...pittsburgh metro area...washington...
greensburg...latrobe...ligonier...donegal...weirton...bethany...
wheeling
1118 am est sun feb 1 2015
...winter weather advisory remains in effect until noon est
monday...
* ice accumulations...a trace to a tenth of an inch.
* snow accumulations...2 to 4 inches.
* period of most intense snow...through the afternoon and early
evening. snow may change to rain with a brief period of freezing
rain overnight before changing back to snow monday morning.
* 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.
&&
$$
wwus41 kphi 011500
wswphi
dez001-mdz008-012-njz016>022-025>027-paz070-071-012300-
/o.con.kphi.ww.y.0011.150202t0000z-150202t1200z/
new castle-cecil-kent md-salem-gloucester-camden-
northwestern burlington-ocean-cumberland-atlantic-
coastal atlantic-coastal ocean-southeastern burlington-delaware-
philadelphia-
including the cities of...wilmington...elkton...chestertown...
pennsville...glassboro...camden...cherry hill...moorestown...
mount holly...jackson...millville...hammonton...atlantic city...
long beach island...wharton state forest...media...philadelphia
1000 am est sun feb 1 2015
...winter weather advisory remains in effect from 7 pm this
evening to 7 am est monday...
* hazard types...snow, sleet and freezing rain.
* accumulations...less than an inch of snow and sleet, with a
light glace of ice.
* timing...snow is expected to move into the region late today,
then mix with and change to sleet and freezing rain late tonight
before changing to mostly rain around daybreak monday.
* impacts...hazardous travel conditions tonight and early monday,
which could slow the monday morning commute.
* winds...southeast 5 to 10 mph with gusts up to 20 mph.
* temperatures...mainly in the lower 30s this evening, then rising
through the 30s into lower 40s monday morning. the temperatures
should then fall into the 20s late monday afternoon.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter weather advisory means that periods of snow, sleet or
freezing rain will cause travel difficulties. be prepared for
slippery roads and limited visibilities, and use caution while
driving. it does not take much ice to result in slippery
conditions on untreated surfaces, especially bridges and overpasses.
&&
$$
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...
njz001-paz054-055-312200-
/o.can.kphi.wc.y.0002.000000t0000z-150131t1600z/
/o.con.kphi.ws.a.0002.150202t0000z-150202t1800z/
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.
&&
$$
wwus41 krlx 010911
wswrlx
383
urgent - winter weather message
national weather service charleston wv
411 am est sun feb 1 2015
ohz066-067-012115-
/o.con.krlx.ww.y.0009.000000t0000z-150202t1500z/
perry-morgan-
including the cities of...new lexington...crooksville...
somerset...mcconnelsville...malta...stockport
411 am est sun feb 1 2015
...winter weather advisory remains in effect until 10 am est
monday...
* locations...perry and morgan counties in southeast ohio.
* hazard types...snow.
* snow accumulations...1 to 3 inches.
* timing...two rounds of accumulating snow...one early this
morning and another tonight into monday morning...an inch or two
snow accumulation with each. this afternoon and evening
precipitation will be mostly rain.
* impacts...snow covered roads...and reduced visibilities will
make travel hazardous. the monday morning commute will be
affected. however...impacts will be reduced this afternoon and
evening during the period of rain.
* winds...south 5 to 15 mph with gusts up to 25 mph.
* temperatures...in the upper 20s.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a winter weather advisory for snow means that periods of snow
will cause primarily travel difficulties. be prepared for snow
covered roads and limited visibilities...and use caution while
driving.
please report snow accumulations to the national weather service
by calling toll free...800-401-9535...when you can do so safely.
this phone number is to be used for reporting purposes only.
you can also report winter weather by posting your report to the
charleston west virginia national weather service facebook page...
or by using the twitter hashtag...nwsrlx.
stay tuned to noaa weather radio or your favorite source of
weather information for the latest updates.
additional details can also be found at www.weather.gov/rlx.
&&
$$
wwus43 ktop 011535
wswtop
ksz023-024-020000-
/o.con.ktop.ww.y.0002.000000t0000z-150202t0000z/
pottawatomie-jackson-
935 am cst sun feb 1 2015
...winter weather advisory remains in effect until 6 pm cst this
evening...
a winter weather advisory remains in effect until 6 pm cst this
evening.
* timing...periods of light snow can be expected this morning
with a chance for more light snow in the afternoon.
* total snow accumulations...2 to 4 inches of snowfall.
* winds...sustained northwest winds will increase to 15 and 25
mph...with higher gusts up to 35 mph are possible through this
afternoon. this may result in localized blowing or drifting
snow. visibilities may be reduced to a quarter mile or less at
times...so use caution on roadways today.
* impacts...the snowfall and gusty winds may cause slick roads
and reduced visibilities on roadways. temperatures will
quickly fall sunday morning allowing wet exposed surfaces to
freeze quickly and become slick and hazardous.
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.
&&
$$
wwak47 pajk 011454
wswajk
989
urgent - winter weather message
national weather service juneau ak
554 am akst sun feb 1 2015
akz018-020100-
/x.con.pajk.ww.y.0022.000000t0000z-150202t1500z/
taiya inlet and klondike highway-
including the city of...skagway
554 am akst sun feb 1 2015
...winter weather advisory remains in effect until 6 am akst
monday for white pass...
a winter weather advisory for low wind chill and blowing snow
remains in effect until 6 am akst monday.
* location...near white pass.
* timing...through sunday night.
* impacts...low wind chills to 40 below zero will cause exposed
skin to become frostbitten in 30 minutes. visibility to one
quarter mile or less at times in blowing snow will make travel
difficult.
* other impacts...strong northeast winds gusting to 55 mph will
cause drifting snow and make travel hazardous.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
this statement will be updated by 4 pm akst sunday or sooner if
conditions warrant.
&&
$$

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