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Weather Update 01.21.22

Posted by Jarrett on Jan 21, 2022 9:05:56 AM


Summary:  An artic air mass will bring cold temperatures across must of the central and eastern U.S. This will also bring mixed precipitation and ice conditions from south Texas and the central Gulf Coast into the southern Mid-Atlantic which may cause hazardous travel conditions and power outages. The most significant icing is likely in the eastern Carolinas. 
Montana
Winter Weather Advisory
Central Montana has a winter weather advisory in effect until 10am this morning.  Snow is expected.  Eastern Montana is under a winter weather advisory until 8am on morning.  Freezing rain is expected.
  • Snow accumulations up to 2 inches
 
 
North Dakota
Winter Weather Advisory
A winter weather advisory remains in effect until 3pm CST today for snow and blowing snow.
  • Up to 2 inches of snow accumulation
  • Winds gusting as high as 45 mph
 
Minnesota
Wind Chill Advisory
A wind chill advisory is in place until 10am today.  
  • Wind chills -35
 
Wisconsin
Wind Chill Advisory
Central and northern Wisconsin are under a winter weather advisory until 10am today.
  • Wind chills -45
 
Iowa
Wind Chill Advisory
Iowa is under a wind chill advisory until noon today.  
  • Wind chills -20 to -35
 
Texas
Winter Storm Warning / Wind chill Advisory
This remains in effect until noon today for southern Texas.  Significant icing is expected.  Very cold wind chills also expected.
  • Additional ice accumulations of up to one tenth of an inch
  • Wind chills 20 - 25 degrees
 
South Carolina
Winter Weather Advisory / Ice Storm Warning
Central and eastern South Carolina are under a winter weather advisory until 7am tomorrow.  Mixed precipitation expected.
  • Up to one inch snow accumulation
  • Ice accumulations of less than a tenth of an inch
 
North Carolina 
Winter Storm Warning / Ice Storm Warning
Central and eastern North Carolina are under a winter weather advisory until noon on Saturday.  Periods of freezing rain midday today will mix with sleet and snow late afternoon and become all snow tonight.
  • Ice accumulations will range between a trace to 0.20 inches
  • Sleet & snow accumulations will range between 0.5 inches and 1.5 inches
  • Some parts of Eastern NC are forecast for snow & sleet accumulations of 3-5 inches.  
 
New York
Wind Chill Advisory
A wind chill advisory remains in effect until 10am today.
  • Wind chills -20
 
Vermont
Wind Chill Advisory
A wind chill advisory remains in effect until until 10am today.
  • Wind chills -25
 
New Hampshire
Wind Chill Advisory
Northern New Hampshire is under a wind chill advisory until 10am today.
  • Wind chills -25
 
Maine
Wind Chill Advisory
Maine is under a wind chill advisory until 10am today.  
  • Wind chills -25
 
 
 
 
 
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Weather Update 01.20.22

Posted by Jarrett on Jan 20, 2022 10:20:40 AM


SummaryA wintry mix is expected tonight from the Ohio Valley into the Mid-Atlantic and southern New England along a cold front.  One or more waves of low pressure tracking east along this front will likely bring area of heavy snow and significant ice from south Texas to into the Carolinas Thursday night into Saturday morning.  
 
Highlights:
  • Risk of rain/freezing rain over parts of southern Texas and North Carolina on Thursday.
  • Light snow from parts of the Mid-Atlantic to Southern New England; Light to moderate snow over parts of the Northern/Central Rockies on Thursday.
  • Snow and a risk of significant rain/freezing rain over parts of the southern Mid-Atlantic on Friday.
  • Light to moderate snow over parts of the Upper Midwest and Central Rockies on Friday.

 
 
Washington
Winter Weather Advisory
A winter weather advisory is in effect for parts of eastern Washington until 10amPST today.
  • Freezing rain; Additional ice accumulations of a light glaze mainly in the valley areas on the east side of the Blue Mountains
 
Idaho
Winter Weather Advisory
Part of northern and southeastern Idaho are under a winter weather advisory.   In northern Idaho this is in effect until noon today.  Wet snow is possible.  In southeastern Idaho the winter weather advisory is in effect from 5pm today until 5amMST on Friday.  Snow is expected.
  • Northern Idaho:  1-3 inches in lowlands; 3-6 inches in mountains
  • Southeastern Idaho:  2-8 inches; Wind gusts up to 20-25mph
 
Oregon
Winter Weather Advisory
Eastern Oregon is under a winter weather advisory until 3pmMST today.  Mixed precipitation is expected.
  • 1-2 inches of snow accumulation
  • Light glaze of ice
 
Montana
Winter Weather Advisory / Wind Chill Advisory
Northeastern Montana is under a winter weather advisory from 5pm tonight until 5am on Friday.  Mixed precipitation is expected.   The wind chill advisory is in place until noon today.
  • Wind chills -30
  • Up to one inch of snow accumulation
  • Ice accumulation of up to one tenth of an inch
 
North Dakota
Wind Chill Warning
A wind chill warning is in effect until noon today.
  • Wind chills -50
 
South Dakota
Wind Chill Advisory
Northeastern South Dakota is under a wind chill advisory until noon CST today.  
  • Wind chills -25 to -35
 
Minnesota
Wind Chill Advisory
Minnesota is under a wind chill advisory until noon CST today.
  • Wind chills -35
 
Iowa
Wind Chill Advisory
Iowa is under a wind chill advisory until noon CST today.
  • Wind chills -20 to -30
 
Missouri
Wind Chill Advisory
Northern Missouri is under a wind chill advisory until noon CST today.
  • Wind chills -20
 
Wisconsin
Wind Chill Advisory
Wisconsin is under a wind chill advisory until noon CST today.  
  • Wind chills -20 to -30
 
Illinois
Wind Chill Advisory
Northwestern Illinois is under a wind chill advisory until noon CST today.
  • Wind chills -15 to -25
 
Arkansas
Wind Chill Advisory
Northern Arkansas is under a wind chill advisory until 10am CST today.
  • Wind chills -5
 
Texas
Winter Weather Advisory / Winter Storm Warning
The southernmost portion of Texas has a winter storm warning in place from 9pm tonight until noon on Friday.  Freezing rain and sleet is expected.  Area just north of this area have a winter weather advisory.
  • Winter storm warning:  Total ice accumulations of around one tenth of an inch.  A change of snow is possible but accumulations are expected to below an inch.
  • Winter Weather Advisory:  Mixed precipitation expected.  Minor sleet/snow accumulations.  Ice accumulation of up to a few hundredths of an inch.  
 
Louisiana
Winter Weather Advisory
Southwest and Coastal Louisiana is under a winter weather advisory from 6pm tonight until noon on Friday.  Freezing rain is expected.
  • Light glaze of ice up to a few hundredths of an inch
  • Wind chills as low as 15 degrees
 
Michigan
Winter Weather Advisory
Western Michigan along the lake is under a winter weather advisory until 4:00pm today.  Snow is expected.
  • Up to 4 inches additional snow accumulation
 
South Carolina
Winter Weather Advisory / Ice Storm Warning
Central South Carolina is under a winter weather advisory from 1am on Friday to 7am on Saturday.  Mixed precipitation is expected on and off early Friday thought Friday night.  Portions of northeast South Carolina is under an ice storm warning.  Area are along the coast staring at Myrtle Beach and moving north to the North Carolina border.  
  • Less than one inch snow accumulation
  • Ice accumulation 0.01 and 0.10 of an inch
  • Areas in Ice storm warning:  Significant icing expected.  Freezing rain will result in total ice accumulations of 0.20 to 0.30 inches of ice.  
 
North Carolina
Winter Weather Advisory / Winter Storm Warning / Ice Storm Warning
Central North Carolina is under a winter weather advisory from 7pm tonight until 7am on Saturday.  Mixed precipitation is expected.  Eastern North Carolina is under a winter storm warning from midnight tonight until 7am on Saturday.  Heavy mixed precipitation is expected.  Portions of southeast North Carolina are under an ice storm warning.
  • Winter Weather Advisory:  Up to 2 inches of snow; Light glaze of ice.
  • Winter Storm Warning:  1-3 inches of snow; Ice accumulations up to two tenths of an inch.
  • Ice Storm Warning:   Significant icing expected.  Freezing rain will result in total ice accumulations of 0.20 to 0.30 inches of ice.  
 
Virginia
Winter Weather Advisory
North central, south central and Eastern Virginia is under a winter weather advisory from 10am this morning until 7pm tonight.  Wet snow is expected along with rapidly falling temperatures to near freezing.
  • 1-2 inches of snow accumulation 
 
Maryland
Winter Weather Advisory
Maryland has a winter weather advisory in place form 10am this morning until 7pm tonight.  Wet snow is expected.  Temperatures are expected to hover around freezing.
  • 1-2 inches of snow accumulation
 
Pennsylvania
Winter Weather Advisory
Eastern Pennsylvania is under a winter weather advisory until 11am this morning.  Snow expected.
  • Up to one inch of snow accumulation
 
New Jersey
Winter Weather Advisory
New Jersey has a winter weather advisory in place until 1pm today.  Snow is expected.
  • Around one inch of snow accumulation
 
Delaware
Winter Weather Advisory
Northern Delaware is under a winter weather advisory until 1pm today.  Snow is expected.
  • Around one inch of snow accumulation
 
New York
Wind Chill Advisory
Central and eastern New York is under a wind chill advisory from 7pm tonight until 10am on Friday.
  • Wind chills -15 to -30
 
Vermont
Wind Chill Advisory
Vermont is under a wind chill advisory from 7pm tonight until 10am on Friday.  
  • Wind chills -20 to -30
 
Maine
Wind Chill Advisory
Southern Maine is under a wind chill advisory from 7pm tonight until 10am on Friday.   
  • Wind chills -25
 
Massachusetts
Wind Chill Advisory
Western Massachusetts is under a wind chill advisory form 1am tonight until 9am on Friday.
  • Wind chills -15
 
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Weather Update 01.19.22

Posted by Jarrett on Jan 19, 2022 10:25:00 AM


SummaryA quiet day in January for weather compared to what we have been seeing.  Areas are under a cold front causing very cold temperatures.  Other areas are looking at the possibility of freezing rain.  Please see below for the highlights.
 
Highlights:
  • Slight risk of severe thunderstorms over parts of the Lower Mississippi Valley through Thursday morning.
  • Light snow from parts of the Middle Mississippi,  Southern Ohio Valleys, and the Mid-Atlantic; light to moderate snow over parts of the Northeast on Wednesday.
  • Risk of rain/freezing rain over parts of the Southern Ohio/Tennessee Valleys and Middle/Lower Mississippi Valley on Wednesday.

 
Montana
Winter Weather Advisory / Wind Chill Advisory
This is in effect until 11amMST this morning for Central Montana.
  • Additional snow accumulations of up to one inch.
  • Wind chills as low as -40
 
Colorado
Winter Weather Advisory
This is in effect until 8pmMST tonight for northeastern Colorado mainly around the I-25 corridor.
  • Freezing drizzle and light snow expected.
 
North Dakota
Wind Chill Warning / Wind Chill Advisory
This is in place until noon on Thursday.
  • Wind chills as low as -45
 
South Dakota
Wind Chill Advisory
Northern and Northeastern South Dakota are under a wind chill advisory until 11am on Thursday.
  • Wind chills as low as -35
 
Minnesota
Wind Chill Advisory
This is in place for the entire state until noon on Thursday.
  • Wind chills as low as -35
 
Iowa
Wind Chill Advisory
This is in place for the entire state until noon on Thursday. 
  • Wind chills as low as -20 to -30
 
Missouri
Wind Chill Advisory
Northern Missouri is under a wind chill advisory starting tonight at 9pm until noon on Thursday.
  • Wind chills as low as -20
 
Wisconsin
Wind Chill Advisory
A wind chill advisory for most of Wisconsin starts tonight at 10pm and runs through noon on Thursday.
  • Wind chills as low as -20 to -30
 
Illinois
Wind Chill Advisory
This in place for northwestern Illinois from 9pm this evening until noon on Thursday.
  • Wind chills as low as -20
 
Arkansas
Winter Weather Advisory / Wind Chill Advisory
Northwestern Arkansas is under a winter weather advisory from 3pm this afternoon until 6pmCST tonight.  There is also a wind chill advisory in place from 6am on Thursday until 10amCST Thursday.
  • Freezing rain, sleet and snow is expected.  Total sleet and snow accumulations of less than one inch are possible with a glaze of ice.  
  • Wind chills 0 to -5
 
Kentucky
Winter Weather Advisory
A winter weather advisory is in place for the entire state of Kentucky from 7pm tonight until 8am Thursday.  Snow is expected.
  • 1-2 inches snow accumulation
  • Light glaze of ice
 
Indiana
Winter Weather Advisory
The southernmost portion of Indiana is under a winter weather advisory from 7pm tonight until 8am Thursday.  Snow is expected.
  • 1-2 inches snow accumulation
  • Light glaze of ice
 
Ohio
Winter Weather Advisory
The southern portion of Ohio is under a winter weather advisory from 7pm tonight until 7am on Thursday.  
  • 1-3 inches snow accumulation
 
West Virginia 
Winter Weather Advisory
Southern and Western West Virginia are under a winter weather advisory from 7pm tonight until 7am on Thursday.
  • 1-2 inches snow accumulation
 
Michigan
Winter Weather Advisory
This is in place for all areas bordering on the lake form 1pm this afternoon until 4pm on Thursday.  Lake effect snow is expected.
  • Up to 6 inches with locally higher amounts
 
South Carolina
Winter Storm Watch
A winter storm watch is in effect for Northeast South Carolina from late Thursday night until Saturday morning.  Freezing rain will be the primary wintry precipitation occurring throughout the watch period.  Widespread significant ice accumulations are possible with early estimates at 0.20 to 0.40, except around one tenth of an inch along the coast.
 
North Carolina
Winter Storm Watch
A winter storm watch is in effect for Central and Eastern North Carolina from Thursday evening until Saturday morning.  Snow is expected.  Total snow accumulations of 2-5 inches possible, ice accumulations of a light glaze.  
 
 
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Weather Update 01.18.22

Posted by Jarrett on Jan 18, 2022 9:24:55 AM


Summary: As a potent winter storm moves off the coast of New England, heavy snow will be possible in its wake downwind of the eastern Great Lakes into Tuesday. A quick-hitting winter storm will bring strong winds and snow to the Northern Plains and Upper Great Lakes Tuesday.

Keep in mind that areas are still trying to dig out from Winter Storm Izzy that moved through Sunday and Monday. Parts of western North Carolina and eastern Tennessee received 14-20 inches of snow. Snow was reported as far south as Mississippi, Alabama and Georgia. Roads remain icy in parts of the South and Northeast with more snow possible in these regions later this week. Many LTL carriers were closed yesterday due to weather issues and will be trying to recover the remainder of the week. Also, blizzard conditions are possible Tuesday in parts of the Upper Midwest; several inches of snow through Tuesday night from eastern North Dakota to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Wind gusts will reach 35 to 55mph, producing period of potential whiteouts. Trucks will be hit by high winds in western sections of the Dakotas leading to high risk of rollovers. There is a risk of rain/freezing rain over parts of the Southern Ohio/Tennessee Valleys and Middle/Lower Mississippi Valley on Wednesday.
 
 
Montana
Winter Weather Advisory / Wind Chill Advisory
Central Montana is under a winter weather advisory until 3pmMST on Wednesday.  Snow is expected.  Northeastern Montana is under a wind chill advisory until 2pmMST on Wednesday.  
  • 1-3 inches snow accumulation
  • Wind chills -40
 
North Dakota
Winter Weather Advisory / Wind Advisory
A winter weather advisory is in effect for central and eastern North Dakota until 9pmCST tonight.  Blowing snow is expected.  Falling temperatures throughout the day will result in frigid wind chills developing.
  • Northwest winds to 35mph with gust to 50mph expected.  High profile vehicles will have difficulty.
 
South Dakota
Wind Chill Advisory / Wind Advisory
The wind chill advisory will go into effect from midnight this evening to noon CST Wednesday.  
  • Wind chills -35
  • Northwest winds to 35mph with gust to 50mph expected.  High profile vehicles will have difficulty.
 
Minnesota
Winter Weather Advisory / Wind Chill Advisory
Northern Minnesota is under a winter weather advisory until 9pmCST tonight.  A wind chill advisory is in effect from 3am Wednesday until noon.  Snow is expected.  
  • 3-6 inches snow accumulation
  • Wind gusting as high as 40 mph
  • Wind chills -20 to -30
 
Wisconsin
Hazardous Weather Outlook
North- central and Northeast Wisconsin has a hazardous weather outlook for today and tonight.  Hazardous travel conditions are expected to develop north of Highway 29 this morning, then continue into the evening.  Accumulating snow is expected in the morning and early afternoon followed by a mix of freezing drizzle and light snow for the later afternoon and evening hours.
  • 1-3 inches snow accumulation
  • Sub-zero temperatures expected Wednesday night and Thursday night
 
New York
Winter Weather Advisory
There is a winter weather advisory for western New York bordering Ohio, Lake Erie and extending up to Buffalo.  This is in effect until 10am this morning.  Lake effect snow is still in place.  Syracuse, NY is also under a winter weather advisory until 10am this morning.  The Syracuse area is expected to also pickup more lake effect snow this morning.  
  • 2-3 inches additional snow accumulation
  • Wind gusting as high as 30mph
 
A wind chill advisory is also in place for Northern Vermont, Northern New Hampshire and Northern Maine starting at 4pm today and extending until 4am on Wednesday.  Very cold wind chills are expected.  Wind chills will be around -30.
 
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Weather Update 01.17.22

Posted by Jarrett on Jan 17, 2022 9:36:50 AM


Summary:  A major winter storm will continue with heavy snow and strong winds today from the central Appalachians into Upstate New York. Dangerous travel, power outages, coastal flooding are expected. Strong winds are expected behind the storm as far south as Georgia which could lead to additional power outages and tree damaged, especially in areas with significant ice.
 
Keep in mind that over the weekend this storm moved through North Dakota, South Dakota, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, Kentucky, Tennessee, South Carolina, North Carolina, West Virginia and Virginia bringing significant snowfall and ice in many areas. Travel is still dangerous in some areas.

Terminals are reporting closures in Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Tennessee, Ohio, South Carolina, Maryland, Kentucky, Virginia, New York, and West Virginia.

 
Ohio
Winter Storm Warning 
The eastern half of Ohio is under a winter storm warning until 1pm this afternoon.  Heavy snow is occurring.  Many areas have seen 7-14 inches.  
  • 1-4 inches additional accumulation
  • Northwest winds gusting as high as 30 mph 
 
Kentucky
Winter Weather Advisory
Central Kentucky is under a winter weather advisory until 6pm this evening.  Additional show showers are expected.  Areas in Kentucky have reported 2-4 inches with up to 8 inches in areas of eastern Kentucky.
  • 1-2 inches additional accumulation
 
Tennessee
Winter Weather Advisory
Northern Tennessee is under a winter weather advisory until noon today.  Middle Tennessee has reported up to 9 inches locally while some of the state reported 3-7 inches of snow.  
  • Additional snow accumulation of less than 1 inch
 
West Virginia
Winter Storm Warning
A winter storm warning remains in effect until 1pm this afternoon.  Heavy snow is expected.
  • Additional snow accumulation of up to 2 inches 
  • Winds gusting as high as 35 mph
 
Pennsylvania
Winter Storm Warning
Western and Central PA is under a winter storm warning until 1pm today.
  • Additional snow accumulation of up to two inches
  • Wind gusting as high as 35 mph
 
New York
Winter Storm Warning
A winter storm warning is in effect until 5pm tonight. Periods of moderate to locally heavy snow is expected.
  • 3-6 inches snow accumulation
  • Winds gusting as high as 30mph
 
Vermont
Winter Storm Warning
A winter storm warning is in effect until 1am on Tuesday.  Heavy snow expected.  
  • 5-11 inches
  • Southeast winds gusting as high as 55mph 
 
Massachusetts
Winter Storm Warning
A winter storm warning for MA is in place until noon today.  Heavy snow or mixed precipitation expected. 
  • 1-4 inches additional accumulation
  • Winds gusting as high as 45mph
 
New Hampshire
Winter Storm Warning
Southern New Hampshire is under a winter storm warning until 4pm this afternoon.  Heavy snow expected.  Snowfall amounts of 1-3 inches per hour expected at times.
  • 5-10 inches snow accumulation
  • Changing over to rain
  • Winds gusting as high as 45mph 
 
Maine
Winter Weather Advisory
A winter weather advisory is in effect from until 8pm this evening for northern Maine.  Snow and mixed precipitation expected.
  • 4-8 inches of snow accumulation
  • Light glaze of ice
  • Winds gusting as high as 45 mph
 
 
 
 
 
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Weather Update 01.14.22

Posted by Jarrett on Jan 14, 2022 10:10:10 AM


Summary:
A fast-moving winter storm will bring heavy, accumulating snow which may combine with gusty winds to produce hazardous travel across parts of the Northern Plains and Upper Midwest into the Mid-Mississippi Valley through Saturday morning.  This storm will spread wintry precipitation from the Southeast into the Northeast U.S. this weekend and into early next week.
 
Potential travel lanes of concern:
  • I-29 from Grand Forks, ND to Kansas City, MO
  • I-20 from Florence, SC to Atlanta, GA
  • I-35 from Des Moines, IA to Kansas City, MO
  • I-80 from Iowa City, IA to Omaha, NE
  • I-94 from Bismarck to Fargo, ND
  • I-95 from Florence, SC  to the Maine-Canada border. This storm is expected to impact, to varying degrees, most of the I-95 corridor from the Southeast to New England.
  • I-77 in Ohio, West Virginia, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia
  • I-40 from Memphis, TN to Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina
  • I-65 from Huntsville, AL to Nashville, TN
  • Entire I-81 corridor
  • I-85 from Petersburg, VA to Atlanta, GA
 
Montana
Winter Weather Advisory
Southeastern Montana is under a winter weather advisory until 5pmMST today.
  • Areas of light snow and blowing snow expected; 1-2 inches snow accumulation
  • Patchy freezing drizzle
  • Wind gusts 35-45mph
  • I-90 will be impacted
 
Wyoming
Winter Weather Advisory
Northeastern Wyoming is under a winter weather advisory until 5pmMST today.
  • Areas of light snow and blowing snow expected; 1-2 inches snow accumulation
  • Patchy freezing drizzle
  • Wind gust 35-45 mph
 
North Dakota
Winter Storm Warning / Winter Weather Advisory
A winter storm warning is in effect for most of North Dakota.  This is in place until 6pmCST today.  Heavy snow is expected.
  • Up to 3 inches additional snowfall accumulation
  • Winds gusting as high as 35mph
  • Roads will become snow covered and travel will become difficult.  
 
 
South Dakota
Winter Storm Warning
Most of South Dakota is under a winter storm warning until midnight tonight.  Heavy snow is expected.
  • 3-6 inches of additional snow accumulation
  • Hazardous road conditions are expected.  
 
Nebraska
Winter Weather Advisory
Eastern Nebraska is under a winter weather advisory until 6amCST on Saturday.
  • 1-4 inches expected
  • Light freezing rain or sleet possible this morning.
  • Winds gusting 40mph
 
Kansas
Winter Weather Advisory / High Wind Warning
Central and Eastern Kansas is under a winter weather advisory from 6pm this evening to noon on Saturday.   Mixed precipitation is expected.  Southwestern Kansas is under a high wind warning starting today at noon until 5amMST on Saturday.
  • 1-2 inches of snow accumulation
  • Light glace of ice
  • Roads are expected to be slippery
  • Travel will be difficult, especially for high profile vehicles.
 
Colorado 
High Wind Warning
Southeastern Colorado is under a high wind warning from 11am this morning until 7pmMST tonight.
  • Winds 30-40 mph with gusts up to 60mph expected
  • Travel will be difficult, especially for high profile vehicles.
 
Texas
High Wind Warning 
Northern Texas is under a high wind warning from 10am this morning to 6amCST on Saturday.
  • North winds 35 - 45 mph with gust up to 65mph 
  • Travel will be difficult, especially for high profile vehicles.
 
Oklahoma
High Wind Warning
The panhandle of Western Oklahoma is under a high wind warning from 10am this morning to 6amCST on Saturday.
  • North winds 35 - 45 mph with gust up to 65mph 
  • Travel will be difficult, especially for high profile vehicles.
 
Arkansas
Winter Storm Watch
Northern Arkansas is under a winter storm watch from Saturday morning through late Saturday night.
  • 1-4 inches of snow with localized higher amounts
 
Missouri
Winter Weather Advisory
A winter weather advisory is in effect for Missouri from 3am to 9pmCST on Saturday.
  • 1-4 inches of snow
  • Winds gusting 35mph
 
Iowa
Winter Storm Warning
This winter storm warning is in effect for all of today and into early Saturday morning.  Heavy snow is expected.
  • 6-10 inches snow accumulation; locally higher amounts possible
 
Minnesota
Winter Storm Warning / Winter Weather Advisory
Central and Southern Minnesota are under a winter storm warning with other parts under a winter weather advisory.
  • Winter storm warning:  6-10 inches snow accumulation
  • Winter Weather advisory:  3-5 inches snow accumulation
 
Wisconsin
Winter Weather Advisory
Southwestern Wisconsin is under a winter weather advisory until 3amCST on Saturday.
  • 3-5 inches additional snow accumulation
  • Freezing drizzle this morning.
  • Slick conditions on roadways expected.
 
Illinois
Winter Weather Advisory
South Central and Southwest Illinois is under a winter weather advisory from 6pm this evening until noon CST on Saturday.
  • 4-6 inches snow accumulation
  • Hazardous road conditions will be possible by this evenings commute
 
Tennessee
Winter Storm Watch
Most of Western and Middle Tennessee are under a winter storm watch effective Saturday evening through Sunday afternoon.  Heavy wet snow is possible.
  • 3-7 inches possible
 
Kentucky
Winter Storm Watch
Northeast and Southeast Kentucky has a winter storm watch effective late Saturday night through Late Sunday night.  Heavy wet snow is possible mixed with rain and freezing rain possible.
  • 5-9 inches of snow accumulations
  • Light glaze of ice possible
 
Georgia
Winter Storm Watch
North Central and Northeast Georgia are under a winter storm watch from Saturday evening through late Sunday night.  Heavy mixed precipitation is possible.  
  • 2-5 inches of snow accumulation
  • Ice accumulation up to two tenths of an inches possible
  • Wind dust as high as 35mph
 
South Carolina
Winter Storm Watch
Northwest South Carolina has a winter storm watch effective from Saturday evening into Monday morning.  Heavy mixed precipitation is possible.
  • 2-5 inches of sleet, snow and ice expected
 
North Carolina
Winter Storm Watch
Western and Central North Carolina are under a winter storm watch from late Saturday night through Sunday night.  Heavy mixed precipitation is possible.
  • 2-4 inches of snow
  • One tenth to three tenth of an inch of ice possible
 
Virginia
Winter Storm Watch
Southwest and central Virginia are under a winter storm watch from Sunday morning through Monday morning.  Heavy mixed precipitation is possible.
  • 5-10 inches across the mountains; heavy snowfall possible in other areas
  • Ice accumulations of around one tenth of an inch
 
West Virginia
Winter Storm Watch
A winter storm watch is in effect for all of West Virginia from Sunday morning through Monday morning.  Heavy snow is possible.  Snow may change over to freezing rain Sunday afternoon then back to snow.  
  • 4-7 inches; higher elevations up to 10 inches
 
Ohio
Winter Storm Watch
East Central & Southeastern Ohio is under a winter storm watch from Sunday morning through Monday afternoon.  Heavy snow is possible.
  • 4-9 inches of snow possible
 
 
Pennsylvania
Winter Storm Watch  / Wind Chill Advisory
Pennsylvania is under a winter storm watch from Sunday afternoon through Monday afternoon.   Portions of Central and Northern PA are also under a wind chill advisory from midnight tonight to noon on Saturday.  
  • 4-9 inches of snow possible
  • Wind chill advisory:  -20
 
New York
Winter Storm Watch / Wind Chill Warning
New York pairs a wind chill warning for tonight into Saturday with a winter storm watch from Sunday afternoon through Monday afternoon.
  • Wind chill warning:  -30
  • Storm watch:  up to 7 inches or more is possible
 
Vermont
Wind Chill Warning
A wind chill warning remains in effect until 4pm on Saturday.
  • Wind chills -30 to -45
 
New Hampshire
Wind Chill Warning
A wind chill warning remains in effect until 1pm on Saturday.
  • Wind chills -35 to -40 
 
Maine
Wind Chill Warning
A wind chill warning remain in effect from 10pm tonight until 1pm on Saturday
  • Wind chills -40 
 
Massachusetts
Wind Chill Advisory
A wind chill advisory is in effect from 7pm tonight until noon on Saturday.
  • Wind chills -25
 
 
 
 
 
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Weather Update 01.13.22 - U.S.

Posted by Jarrett on Jan 13, 2022 9:28:30 AM


Summary:  A winter storm is expected to bring heavy snow and gusty winds to the Northern Plains into the Upper and Mid-Mississippi Valley that may cause some hazardous travel beginning Thursday night into Friday. The winter storm system is expected to impact the Mid-South, Southeast and East Coast this weekend.
 
 
Montana
Winter Weather Advisory
Eastern Montana is under a winter weather advisory.  A Light wintry mix is expected today changing to snow tonight.  
 
North Dakota
Winter Storm Warning / Winter Weather Advisory
Northeastern North Dakota is under a winter storm warning from 6pm this evening to 9pmCST Friday.  The remainder of the state is under a winter weather advisory from 6pmCST though Friday.
  • Winter storm warning:  Heavy snow expected.  Total snow accumulations of 6-10 inches.
  • Winter weather advisory:  Mixed precipitation expected.  Total snow accumulation up to 3 inches and ice accumulations up to one tenth of an inch.  Winds gusting as high as 45mph on Friday.  
 
South Dakota
Winter Storm Warning
Northeast South Dakota is under a winter storm warning from midnight tonight until midnight Friday night. Heavy snow is expected.
  • 4-7 inches snow accumulation
 
Minnesota
Winter Weather Advisory
Southern Minnesota is under a winter weather advisory from midnight tonight to midnight on Friday night.  
  • 2-5 inches snow accumulation
 
Iowa
Winter Storm Watch
The winter storm is expected to impact the area Friday.  There is a potential for moderate to heavy snow accumulations.  The snow is expected to cause impacts to travel especially Friday evening.  Wind of 10 to 20 mph with gusts to 30mph will produce pockets of blowing and drifting snow.  
 
Wind chill watches are in effect for the following areas:  Eastern New York, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine.  This wind chill watch is effect from Friday evening through Saturday aftern0on.  Dangerously cold wind chills are possible.  Wind chills are expected to reach -35 to -45.
 
In advance of the winter storm that is set to hit the above named states, hazardous weather outlooks have been issued but are not to winter storm watches or advisories yet since this system has not moved.  Areas that could be impacted starting Friday night and through the weekend are as follows:  Arkansas, Tennessee, Kentucky, Mississippi, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, and Michigan.
 
 
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Weather Update 01.12.22 - U.S.

Posted by Jarrett on Jan 12, 2022 9:31:09 AM


Summary:  Heavy rain will bring flooding and landslide risks in Washington across the Olympic Peninsula and Northern Cascades into Thursday. Light snow and freezing rain is expected east of the Cascades into Montana through Wednesday morning. Gusty winds may cause hazardous travel in Montana and Wyoming throughout the day.

As a heads up, there is a storm that is forming. A Canadian storm system is expected to bring accumulating snowfall to the Northern Plains Thursday night into Friday. Looking ahead to Thursday night, a strengthening surface low emerging out of the Canadian Prairies is expected to dive south into the North Central U.S. Thursday night into Friday. The next storm system is primed to produce heavy snow and will result in treacherous travel conditions across parts of the Northern Plains and Midwest to close out the work-week.
 
Washington
Flood Warning / Flood Watch
Northwest Washington is under a flood warning. Heavy rain is expected over the slopes of the Olympics.  Rain totals for this event Tuesday and Wednesday could end as high as 10 inches.  A flood watch is in effect to include Seattle, Everett and Bellingham.   Flooding caused by excessive rainfall continues to be possible.
  • Tuesday rainfall totals:  5-7 inches in the Olympics; 3-4 inches along the coast; 2-4 inches in the Northern & Central Cascades; Another 1-1.5 inches is forecast today.
 
Montana
Winter Weather Advisory
Western and Central Montana is under a winter weather advisory until 10amMST.  Mixed precipitation is expected.
  • 1-3 inches of snow
  • Light glaze of ice
 
Idaho
Winter Weather Advisory
Central and north central Idaho are under a winter weather advisory until 10amMST.  Mixed precipitation is expected.
  • 1-3 inches of snow
  • Light glaze of ice
 
 
 
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Weather Update 01.11.22 - U.S.

Posted by Jarrett on Jan 11, 2022 10:57:14 AM


Summary: Frigid air will move over the Northeast causing dangerously cold wind chill temperatures through Wednesday. Milder air is moving across Central U.S. All in all, today is the most "calm" weather day so far of 2022.
 
 
Washington
Winter Weather Advisory
Eastern Washington is under a winter weather advisory for Tuesday and Wednesday.  Periods of light snow, sleet and freezing rain could result in slick travel.
  • 0.01-0.20" ice accumulation possible
 
Idaho
Winter Weather Advisory
Northern Idaho is under a winter weather advisory for Tuesday and Wednesday.  The same storm that is moving through Washington will also move through.   Periods of light snow, sleet and freezing rain could result in slick travel.
  • 0.01-0.20" ice accumulation possible
 
Montana
Winter Weather Advisory
Western Montana is under a winter weather advisory until 11amMST today.  
  • Mixed precipitation expected.
  • Snow accumulation of up to one inch
  • Light glaze of ice
 
New York
Wind Chill Warning
This is in place until 3pm this afternoon.
  • Wind chills as low as -35  
 
Vermont
Wind Chill Warning
This is in place until 3pm this afternoon.
  • Wind chills as low as -35 
 
Massachusetts
Wind Chill Advisory
This is in place until 4pm this afternoon.
  • Wind chills as low as -20
 
New Hampshire
Wind Chill Warning
This is in place until 3pm this afternoon.
  • Wind chills as low as -35 
 
Maine
Wind Chill Warning / Advisory
Wind chills will improve and transition from the warning (expiring at 12pm) over to the advisory which will remain in effect until 6pm today.  
  • Wind chills improving throughout the day to -20 to -30 (last night they were as low as -35 to -45

 
 
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Weather Update 01.10.22 - U.S.

Posted by Jarrett on Jan 10, 2022 9:51:30 AM


Summary:  It's a cold start to the week across the Northern tier of the U.S. as a plethora of wind chill advisories and warnings are in effect. Heavy lake effect snow is likely downwind of the Great Lakes early this week. Continuing snow bands will set up mostly in portions of northern lower Michigan, as well as northern Ohio, northwestern Pennsylvania and upstate New York. This will impact travel on Interstates 75, 81 and 90. Highest amounts of snow will probably pile up across upstate New York. Places like Oswego, Lowville, Rome and Utica could see up to 24 inches through early Tuesday. Wind gusts in these states are also expected to hit 35-40 mph, producing blowing snow and whiteout conditions. Also, temperatures will drop into the teens and single digits Monday night, with wind chills in the -20s to -30s.

The snowfall has stopped accumulating over the western half of the United States. The states impacted will start to dig out and recover from over a week of high snowfall accumulations.
 
 
North Dakota
Wind Chill Advisory
Eastern North Dakota is under a wind chill advisory until noon today.  
  • Wind chills -35
 
Minnesota
Wind Chill Warning / Wind Chill Advisory
  • Northern Minnesota is under a wind chill warning until 9amCST today.  
    • Wind chills -40 to -50 
  • Remaining parts of Minnesota are under a wind chill advisory until 9amCST today.
    • Wind chills -40
 
Wisconsin
Wind Chill Advisory
Wisconsin is under a wind chill advisory until 9amCST today.
  • Wind chills -40
 
Ohio
Winter Weather Advisory / Lake Effect
Cleveland and areas east along the lake are under a winter weather advisory until 4pm on Tuesday.
  • 3-5 inches additional accumulation
  • Winds gusting as high as 30mph
 
Pennsylvania
Winter Weather Advisory / Lake Effect
Western PA along the lake is expected to have lake effect snow until 7am on Tuesday.
  • 3-4 inches additional accumulation
  • Winds gusting as high as 40mph
  • Wind chills dipping to between 5 to -5
 
New York 
Winter Weather Advisory / Lake Effect / Wind Chill Advisory
Areas along the lake in New York are under a winter weather advisory for lake effect snow until 7am on Tuesday.
  • 4-10 inches; up to 24 inches in parts of upstate New York.  
  • Winds gusting to 35mph
  • Eastern & Central New York is expecting wind chills -15 to -25
 
Vermont
Wind Chill Advisory
Wind chill advisory is in effect from 7pm tonight until 3pm Tuesday.
  • Wind chills -25
 
Massachusetts
Wind Chill Advisory
A wind chill advisory begins at 1am and extends until 4pm Tuesday.
  • Wind chills -20
 
New Hampshire
Wind Chill Warning
A warning for wind chill is in effect from 10mp tonight until noon on Tuesday.
  • Wind chills -30 to -40
 
Maine
Wind Chill Warning / Wind Chill Advisory
Central and southern ME is under a wind chill advisory while parts of northern ME are under a wind chill warning from 4am to noon on Tuesday.
  • Wind chill advisory: wind chills -25
  • Wind chill warning:  wind chills -30 to -40
 
 
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