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wwus41 kaly 222043
wswaly

nyz032-033-041>043-082>084-vtz013>015-231000-
/o.new.kaly.ww.y.0005.170124t0000z-170125t0300z/
northern herkimer-hamilton-northern saratoga-northern warren-
northern washington-northern fulton-southeast warren-
southern washington-bennington-western windham-eastern windham-
including the cities of big moose, eagle bay, mckeever, 
old forge, atwell, nobleboro, northwood, long lake, sabattis, 
hoffmeister, wells, saratoga lake, saratoga springs, 
bolton landing, johnsburg, north creek, north river, warrensburg,
hague, huletts landing, whitehall, granville, caroga lake, 
glens falls, west glens falls, hudson falls, fort edward, 
cambridge, greenwich, middle falls, north easton, stamford, 
bennington, woodford state park, pownal, stratton, londonderry, 
brattleboro, guilford center, west brattleboro, and bellows falls
343 pm est sun jan 22 2017

...winter weather advisory in effect from 7 pm monday to 10 pm
est tuesday...

the national weather service in albany has issued a winter
weather advisory for snow...sleet and freezing rain which is in 
effect from 7 pm monday to 10 pm est tuesday.

* locations...the southern adirondacks region...lake george 
  saratoga region...and southern vermont.

* hazard types...snow...sleet and freezing rain.

* snow and sleet accumulation...4 to 8 inches...as the higher totals
  will be along the east facing slopes of the adirondacks. 1 to 2
  inches of sleet is possible in some locations.

* ice accumulations...generally a coating to a tenth of an inch
  with isolated amounts up to a quarter of an inch in the 
  southern green mountains.

* timing...snow and sleet will move into the advisory area early
  monday evening. the snow and sleet may become heavy at times.
  freezing rain may mix with the sleet and snow across southern
  vermont tuesday morning. the mixed precipitation of
  snow...sleet...freezing rain...and rain will continue tuesday
  afternoon into the early evening. 

* impacts...snow and ice covered roadways will make for hazardous
  travel. untreated walkways...driveways and sidewalks will be
  very slippery. visibilities will be reduced to under a half mile
  in areas of moderate to heavy snow.  

* winds...east to northeast 15 to 25 mph with gusts 35 to 55 mph.
  the strongest gusts of 45 to 55 mph will be over southern 
  vermont...especially bennington and western windham counties. 

* temperatures...in the upper 20s to mid 30s.

precautionary/preparedness actions...

a winter weather advisory means that periods of snow...sleet...or
freezing rain will cause travel difficulties. be prepared for 
slippery roads and limited visibilities...and use caution while 
driving.

&&

$$
wwus41 kbtv 221931
wswbtv
939 

urgent - winter weather message
national weather service burlington vt
231 pm est sun jan 22 2017

nyz026>031-034-035-087-vtz001>012-016>019-231015-
/o.new.kbtv.ww.y.0002.170124t0000z-170125t0300z/
northern st. lawrence-northern franklin-eastern clinton-
southeastern st. lawrence-southern franklin-western clinton-
western essex-eastern essex-southwestern st. lawrence-grand isle-
western franklin-orleans-essex-western chittenden-lamoille-
caledonia-washington-western addison-orange-western rutland-
windsor-eastern franklin-eastern chittenden-eastern addison-
eastern rutland-
including the cities of massena, malone, plattsburgh, star lake, 
saranac lake, tupper lake, dannemora, lake placid, port henry, 
ticonderoga, ogdensburg, potsdam, gouverneur, alburgh, 
south hero, st. albans, newport, island pond, burlington, 
johnson, stowe, st. johnsbury, montpelier, middlebury, vergennes,
bradford, randolph, rutland, springfield, white river junction, 
enosburg falls, richford, underhill, bristol, ripton, 
east wallingford, and killington
231 pm est sun jan 22 2017

...winter weather advisory in effect from 7 pm monday to 10 pm
est tuesday...

the national weather service in burlington has issued a winter
weather advisory for mixed precipitation...which is in effect 
from 7 pm monday to 10 pm est tuesday.

* locations...northern new york and all of central...eastern...and
  northern vermont...including the champlain valley and northeast
  kingdom. 

* hazard types...snow...sleet...and freezing rain.

* accumulations...snow and sleet accumulation of 2 to 6 inches of
  heavy wet snow and sleet...along with a tenth to two tenths of
  an inch of ice...especially eastern and central vermont.

* maximum snowfall rate...up to a half inch per hour...mainly
  monday night into tuesday morning.

* timing...a wintry mix develops across central and southern
  vermont on monday evening and quickly over spreads the region
  overnight...while becoming heavy at times.

* impacts...a hazardous tuesday morning commute is
  anticipated...along with potential for isolated power outages
  due to the combination of wet snow and gusty winds.

* winds...east 10 to 20 mph with localized gusts up to 40 mph
  possible along the western slopes.

* temperatures...lows in the mid to upper 20s monday night. highs
  in the lower to mid 30s tuesday.

* visibilities...below 1 mile at times.

precautionary/preparedness actions...

a winter weather advisory means that period of snow...sleet...or
freezing rain will cause travel difficulties. be prepared for
slippery 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 kbuf 221920
wswbuf

nyz003>008-230400-
/o.new.kbuf.ws.a.0001.170124t0000z-170124t2300z/
monroe-wayne-northern cayuga-oswego-jefferson-lewis-
including the cities of...rochester...newark...fair haven...
oswego...watertown...lowville
220 pm est sun jan 22 2017

...winter storm watch in effect from monday evening through
tuesday afternoon...

the national weather service in buffalo has issued a winter storm
watch...which is in effect from monday evening through tuesday
afternoon.

* locations...monroe...wayne, northern cayuga, and the eastern
  lake ontario region.

* timing...from monday evening through early tuesday evening.

* hazards...heavy snow and sleet.

* accumulations...snow potentially accumulating 6 to 10 inches.

* winds...northeast 10 to 20 mph with gusts up to 30 mph.

* visibilities...below a half mile at times.

* impacts...wet snow and sleet will result in slick travel
  conditions. the worst travel conditions are expected monday
  night into tuesday morning, with a significant impact on the
  tuesday morning commute possible.

* forecaster confidence...low. temperatures will be marginally
  cold enough for snow. it will only take a small change in
  expected temperatures to result in big changes to the snowfall
  forecast. there still remains a wide range of potenial snow
  accumulations in the watch area.

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 kcar 222034
wswcar
006 

urgent - winter weather message
national weather service caribou me
334 pm est sun jan 22 2017

...winter storm to impact northern maine tuesday and tuesday night...

.low pressure will move north along the eastern seaboard late
monday night, spreading wintry precipitation into the area tuesday
morning. cold air being supplied by high pressure to the north
will allow precipitation to start off as snow for the area on
tuesday morning. warm air aloft will move in from the south and
begin to mix snow with sleet during the day on tuesday and
possibly freezing rain late tuesday night. great uncertainty still
exists with regard to snow accumulations but greater than 7 inches
of snow may fall through wednesday morning, along with some icing. 

mez001>005-010-230445-
/o.new.kcar.ws.a.0002.170124t1200z-170125t1200z/
northwest aroostook-northeast aroostook-northern somerset-
northern piscataquis-northern penobscot-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...greenville...monson...
blanchard
334 pm est sun jan 22 2017

...winter storm watch in effect from tuesday morning through
wednesday morning...

the national weather service in caribou has issued a winter storm
watch...which is in effect from tuesday morning through wednesday
morning.

* locations...north woods, portions of the central highland,
  central aroostook and the st. john valley.

* hazard types...snow, sleet and freezing rain

* accumulations...snow accumulation of 5 to 9 inches.

* ice accumulations...around a tenth of an inch.

* snow accumulations...5 to 9 inches.

* timing...precipitation will begin tuesday morning and continue
  into wednesday morning.  

* impacts...snow and ice accumulations will make many roads
  treacherous and impassable. the weight of the snow and ice on
  tree limbs and power lines could produce widespread outages. 

* winds...northeast 5 to 15 mph with gusts up to 20 mph.

* temperatures...rising into the upper 20s on tuesday.

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 kgyx 222018
wswgyx

mez007>009-012>014-019>021-nhz004-230500-
/o.new.kgyx.ws.a.0003.170124t0600z-170125t0000z/
northern oxford-northern franklin-central somerset-
southern oxford-southern franklin-southern somerset-
interior cumberland-androscoggin-kennebec-northern carroll-
including the cities of...upton...wilsons mills...andover...
byron...middle dam...roxbury...south arm...coburn gore...davis...
oquossoc...rangeley...avon...kingfield...phillips...
new portland...brassua...long pond...moosehead...pittston farm...
seboomook...bingham...jackman...bethel...bryant pond...hanover...
locke mills...milton...newry...rumford...norway...fryeburg...
oxford...farmington...new sharon...new vineyard...temple...
wilton...chesterville...jay...athens...cornville...skowhegan...
palmyra...pittsfield...embden...madison...new gloucester...gray...
north windham...gorham...bridgton...greene...lewiston...
sabattus...wales...minot...turner...auburn...livermore falls...
augusta...sidney...windsor...vassalboro...waterville...china...
palermo...jackson...north conway...albany...conway...chatham...
crawford notch
318 pm est sun jan 22 2017

...winter storm watch in effect from late monday night through
tuesday evening...

the national weather service in gray has issued a winter storm
watch...which is in effect from late monday night through tuesday
evening.

* hazard types...snow...sleet...and freezing rain.

* accumulations...snow accumulation of around 6 inches...along
  with around a tenth of an inch of ice.

* timing...precipitation will begin monday night and continue into
  tuesday.

* impacts...significant amounts of wintry precipitation may lead
  to slippery roads and hazardous travel conditions.

* winds...northeast 10 to 20 mph with gusts up to 30 mph.

* temperatures...in the upper 20s.

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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