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02-12-2007, 02:52 PM
Post: #51
Winter weather thread 2/12/07-2/14/07
Urgent - Winter Weather Message
National Weather Service Cleveland Oh
247 Pm Est Mon Feb 12 2007

...major Winter Storm Expected Tuesday Into Wednesday Across
Northern Ohio And Extreme Northwest Pennsylvania...

.low Pressure Over The Southern Plains Will Move Into The Ohio
Valley By Tuesday. As It Moves Northeast...deep Gulf Moisture
Will Spread Across The Region. This Will Allow Heavy Wintry
Precipitation To Develop Tuesday Morning...and Continuing Into
Wednesday. Most Of The Precipitation Will Fall As Snow...but There
May Be A Period Of Sleet Late Tuesday Afternoon Into Tuesday
Evening...especially South Of A Findlay To Youngstown Line. Much
Of The Area May See 7 To 14 Inches Of Snow By Wednesday Afternoon. As
The Low Moves To The Atlantic Coast On Wednesday...expect The Snow
To Quickly End.

Ohz003-006>009-017>019-027>031-036>038-047-130500-
/o.upg.kcle.ws.a.0002.070213t0800z-070214t1500z/
/o.new.kcle.ws.w.0002.070213t0900z-070214t1700z/
Lucas-wood-ottawa-sandusky-erie Oh-han****-seneca-huron-wyandot-
Crawford-richland-ashland-wayne-marion-morrow-holmes-knox-
Including The Cities Of...toledo...bowling Green...port Clinton...
Fremont...sandusky...findlay...tiffin...norwalk...
Upper Sandusky...carey...bucyrus...mansfield...ashland...
Wooster...marion...mount Gilead...millersburg...mount Vernon
247 Pm Est Mon Feb 12 2007

...winter Storm Warning In Effect From 4 Am Tuesday To 12 Pm Est
Wednesday...

The National Weather Service In Cleveland Has Issued A Winter
Storm Warning...which Is In Effect From 4 Am Tuesday To 12 Pm Est
Wednesday.

A Major Winter Storm Is Expected To Affect The Entire Region
Tuesday Into Wednesday Morning. Light Snow Will Move Into The Area Late
Tonight Into Tuesday Morning. Conditions Will Deteriorate Quickly
During The Day On Tuesday...with Snow Becoming Heavy At Times. By
Evening Rush Hour...4 To 8 Inches Of Snow Is Possible...likely
Making The Evening Commute Very Difficult. Another 3 To 6 Inches
Of Snow Is Likely Tuesday Night Before Tapering Off Wednesday.
Storm Total Accumulations Of 7 To 14 Inches Are Possible With This
Storm. There Is A Possibility That The Snow May Mix With Or Change
To Sleet Mainly South Of Route 30 Late Tuesday Afternoon And Tuesday
Evening. If It Does...snow Accumulations Will Be Reduced.

Northeast Winds Will Gust To 30 Mph At Times Tuesday Afternoon
And Tuesday Night Creating Considerable Blowing And Drifting Snow
With Near White Out Conditions At Times. This Will Also Make
Travel Very Difficult.

A Winter Storm Warning Is Issued When Severe Winter Weather Is
Expected. Heavy Snow And/or Ice Will Cause Hazardous Driving
Conditions. Travel Is Not Recommended On Tuesday And Tuesday Night.
Stay Tuned To Noaa Weather Radio And Other Radio And Tv Stations
For Further Details Or Updates.

$$

Ohz012-013-130500-
/o.upg.kcle.ws.a.0002.070213t1500z-070214t2100z/
/o.new.kcle.ws.w.0002.070213t1200z-070214t1700z/
Lake-geauga-
Including The Cities Of...mentor...chardon
247 Pm Est Mon Feb 12 2007

...winter Storm Warning In Effect From 7 Am Tuesday To 12 Pm Est
Wednesday...

The National Weather Service In Cleveland Has Issued A Winter
Storm Warning...which Is In Effect From 7 Am Tuesday To 12 Pm Est
Wednesday.

A Major Winter Storm Is Expected To Affect The Entire Region
Tuesday Into Wednesday Morning. Light Snow Will Move Into The Area By
Tuesday Morning Rush Hour. Conditions Will Deteriorate Quickly
During The Day On Tuesday...with Snow Becoming Heavy At Times By
Afternoon. By Evening Rush Hour...4 To 8 Inches Of Snow Is
Possible...likely Making The Evening Commute Very Difficult.
Another 3 To 6 Inches Of Snow Is Likely Tuesday Night Before
Tapering Off Wednesday. Storm Total Accumulations Of 7 To 14
Inches Are Possible With This Storm.

Northeast Winds Will Gust To 30 Mph At Times Tuesday Afternoon
Into Tuesday Night Creating Considerable Blowing And Drifting Snow
With Near White Out Conditions At Times. This Will Also Make
Travel Very Difficult.

A Winter Storm Warning Is Issued When Severe Winter Weather Is
Expected. Heavy Snow And/or Ice Will Cause Hazardous Driving
Conditions. Travel Is Not Recommended On Tuesday And Tuesday Night.
Stay Tuned To Noaa Weather Radio And Other Radio And Tv Stations
For Further Details Or Updates.

$$

Ohz010-011-020>023-032-033-130500-
/o.upg.kcle.ws.a.0002.070213t1200z-070214t1800z/
/o.new.kcle.ws.w.0002.070213t1200z-070214t1700z/
Lorain-cuyahoga-medina-summit-portage-trumbull-stark-mahoning-
Including The Cities Of...lorain...cleveland...medina...akron...
Ravenna...warren...canton...youngstown
247 Pm Est Mon Feb 12 2007

...winter Storm Warning In Effect From 7 Am Tuesday To 12 Pm Est
Wednesday...

The National Weather Service In Cleveland Has Issued A Winter
Storm Warning...which Is In Effect From 7 Am Tuesday To 12 Pm Est
Wednesday.

A Major Winter Storm Is Expected To Affect The Entire Region
Tuesday Into Wednesday Morning. Light Snow Will Move Into The Area By
Morning Rush Hour. Conditions Will Deteriorate Quickly During The
Day On Tuesday...with Snow Becoming Heavy At Times. By Evening
Rush Hour...3 To 6 Inches Of Snow Is Possible...likely Making The
Evening Commute Very Difficult. Another 4 To 9 Inches Of Snow Is
Likely Tuesday Night Before Tapering Off Wednesday. Storm Total
Accumulations Of 7 To 14 Inches Are Possible With This Storm.
There Is A Possibility That The Snow May Mix With Or Change To
Sleet Generally In The Akron/canton And Youngstown Areas Tuesday
Afternoon And Tuesday Evening. If It Does...snow Accumulations
Will Be Reduced.

Northeast Winds Will Gust To 30 Mph At Times Tuesday Afternoon
Into Tuesday Night Creating Considerable Blowing And Drifting Snow
With Near White Out Conditions At Times. This Will Also Make
Travel Very Difficult.

A Winter Storm Warning Is Issued When Severe Winter Weather Is
Expected. Heavy Snow And/or Ice Will Cause Hazardous Driving
Conditions. Travel Is Not Recommended On Tuesday And Tuesday Night.
Stay Tuned To Noaa Weather Radio And Other Radio And Tv Stations
For Further Details Or Updates.

$$

Ohz014-089-paz001>003-130500-
/o.upg.kcle.ws.a.0002.070213t1500z-070214t2100z/
/o.new.kcle.ws.w.0002.070213t1500z-070214t2100z/
Ashtabula Inland-ashtabula Lakeshore-northern Erie-southern Erie-
Crawford Pa-
Including The Cities Of...jefferson...ashtabula...erie...
Edinboro...meadville
247 Pm Est Mon Feb 12 2007

...winter Storm Warning In Effect From 10 Am Tuesday To 4 Pm Est
Wednesday...

The National Weather Service In Cleveland Has Issued A Winter
Storm Warning...which Is In Effect From 10 Am Tuesday To 4 Pm Est
Wednesday. The Winter Storm Watch Is No Longer In Effect.

A Major Winter Storm Is Expected To Affect The Entire Region
Tuesday Into Wednesday. Light Snow Will Move Into The Area Tuesday
Morning. Conditions Will Deteriorate Quickly Tuesday
Afternoon...with Snow Becoming Heavy At Times. By Evening Rush
Hour...3 To 5 Inches Of Snow Is Possible...likely Making The
Evening Commute Very Difficult. Another 5 To 10 Inches Of Snow Is
Likely Tuesday Night Before Tapering Off Wednesday Afternoon.
Storm Total Accumulations Of 7 To 14 Inches Are Possible With This
Storm.

Northeast Winds Will Gust To 30 Mph At Times Late Tuesday
Afternoon And Tuesday Night Creating Considerable Blowing And
Drifting Snow With Near White Out Conditions At Times. This Will
Also Make Travel Very Difficult.

A Winter Storm Warning Is Issued When Severe Winter Weather Is
Expected. Heavy Snow And/or Ice Will Cause Hazardous Driving
Conditions. Travel Is Not Recommended On Tuesday And Tuesday Night.
Stay Tuned To Noaa Weather Radio And Other Radio And Tv Stations
For Further Details Or Updates.

$$

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02-12-2007, 02:59 PM (This post was last modified: 03-23-2007 04:28 PM by Race2Beach.)
Post: #52
Winter weather thread 2/12/07-2/14/07
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02-12-2007, 03:48 PM
Post: #53
Winter weather thread 2/12/07-2/14/07
Urgent - Winter Weather Message

National Weather Service Baltimore Md/washington Dc 343 Pm Est Mon Feb 12 2007


..significant Winter Storm To Affect The Region .low Pressure Will Develop Over Northern Texas This Evening. The Low Will Move Northeast Into The Tennessee Valley On Tuesday And Into The Ohio Valley Tuesday Night. Meanwhile...a Secondary Low Will Develop Tuesday Night Off The Coast Of The Carolinas And Move Up The Eastern Seaboard Wednesday And Thursday. The Combination Of The Two Low Pressure Systems Will Spread A Variety Of Wintry Precipitation Into The Region From Tonight Through Early Wednesday.




Mdz003-501-502-vaz021-025>031-036>038-wvz050>055-501>504-130430- /o.upg.klwx.ws.a.0001.070213t1200z-070214t1900z/ /o.new.klwx.ws.w.0002.070213t0900z-070214t1900z/ Washington-extreme Western Allegany-central And Eastern Allegany- Highland-augusta-rockingham-shenandoah-frederick Va-page-warren- Clarke-nelson-albemarle-greene-hampshire-morgan-berkeley- Jefferson-pendleton-hardy-western Grant-eastern Grant- Western Mineral-eastern Mineral- Including The Cities Of...hagerstown...frostburg...cumberland... Staunton...waynesboro...harrisonburg...winchester...front Royal... Charlottesville...martinsburg...charles Town...bayard... Petersburg...emoryville...hartmansville...keyser...fort Ashby


343 Pm Est Mon Feb 12 2007



...winter Storm Warning In Effect From 4 Am Tuesday To 2 Pm Est Wednesday... The National Weather Service In Sterling Virginia Has Issued A Winter Storm Warning...which Is In Effect From 4 Am Tuesday To 2 Pm Est Wednesday. The Winter Storm Watch Is No Longer In Effect. Significant And Dangerous Amounts Of Icing Are Likely Over The Potomac Highlands...shenandoah Valley... And Central Virginia Around Charlottesville. While Light Precipitation Is Expected Tonight And Most Of Tuesday...heavier Precipitation Will Arrive Tuesday Night. A Half Inch To Three Quarters Of An Inch Of Ice Is Expected In The Warned Area. At The Time Of Precipitation Onset...light Rain And Snow Will Dominate. Precipitation Will Begin This Evening In The Highlands And Spread Eastward. The Precipitation Type Is Expected To Change Over To Snow And Sleet Tonight. On Tuesday...snow And Sleet Will Change To Freezing Rain Over Most Areas By The Afternoon. Snow And Sleet Potential Overnight Monday Into Tuesday Could Total An Inch Or Two By Tuesday Morning In The Highlands... While An Inch Or Less Is Expected Through The Shenandoah Valley And The Charlottesville Area. Temperatures Are Forecast To Remain Below Freezing From Monday Night Through Wednesday Morning. Those With Travel Plans...decision Makers...and Planners Should Closely Monitor Forecasts For Updates. Severe Icing Of Trees And Roads Are Likely...with The Potential For Widespread Power Outages. A Winter Storm Warning Means Significant Amounts Of Snow... Sleet...and Ice Are Expected. Strong Winds Are Also Possible. This Will Make Travel Very Hazardous Or Impossible. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Dcz001-mdz004>007-009>011-013-014-016>018-vaz039>042-050>057- 130430- /o.con.klwx.ws.a.0001.070213t1200z-070214t1900z/ District Of Columbia-frederick Md-carroll-northern Baltimore- Harford-montgomery-howard-southern Baltimore-prince Georges- Anne Arundel-charles-st. Marys-calvert-madison-rappahannock- Fauquier-loudoun-orange-culpeper- Prince William/manassas/manassas Park-fairfax- Arlington/falls Church/alexandria-stafford-spotsylvania- King George- Including The Cities Of...washington...frederick...westminster... Gaithersburg...columbia...baltimore...annapolis...waldorf... St Marys City...leesburg...culpeper...manassas...manassas Park... Fairfax...alexandria...falls Church...fredericksburg


343 Pm Est Mon Feb 12 2007



...winter Storm Watch Remains In Effect From Tuesday Morning Through Wednesday Afternoon... A Winter Storm Watch Remains In Effect From Tuesday Morning Through Wednesday Afternoon. The Potential For Significant Winter Precipitation Continues For The Mid Atlantic Tuesday And Tuesday Night. Latest Indications Continue To Suggest Warm Air A Few Thousand Feet Above The Surface Will Be Drawn Into The System...creating The Potential For A Significant Freezing Rain Event As Surface Temperatures Will Remain Below Freezing. At The Time Of Precipitation Onset...light Rain And Snow Will Dominate Over Northern And Central Virginia...the Eastern Panhandle Of West Virginia...the Potomac Highlands And Lower Southern Maryland. Precipitation Will Begin This Evening In The Highlands And Spread Eastward. The Precipitation Type Is Expected To Change Over To Snow And Sleet Tonight. On Tuesday...snow And Sleet Will Change To Freezing Rain Over Most Areas By The Afternoon. Over Lower Southern Maryland...freezing Rain May Change Over To All Rain By Late Tuesday. Snow And Sleet Potential Overnight Monday Into Tuesday Could Total An Inch Or Less By Tuesday Morning Northwest Of Washington And Baltimore With Little To No Accumulation Expected Over Central Virginia And Southern Maryland. Tuesday And Tuesday Night...significant Accumulations Of Freezing Rain Are Likely Across Most Of Region. Temperatures Are Forecast To Remain Below Freezing From Monday Night Through Wednesday Morning...with The Exception Of Lower Southern Maryland. Those With Travel Plans...decision Makers...and Planners Should Closely Monitor Forecasts For Updates. Accumulating Freezing Rain Will Cause Travel Problems And Power Outages. Stay Tuned To Noaa Weather Radio Or Your Local Media Outlet For The Latest Updates On This Winter Weather Event.

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02-12-2007, 03:51 PM
Post: #54
Winter weather thread 2/12/07-2/14/07
Urgent - Winter Weather Message National Weather Service Indianapolis In

332 Pm Est Mon Feb 12 2007


...major Winter Storm To Bring Freezing Rain Sleet And Heavy Snow Tonight And Tuesday...


A Winter Storm Will Bring A Mixture Of Freezing Rain Sleet And Snow To Central Indiana Late Tonight Through Tuesday Evening. At This Time...it Appears That Mainly Snow Will Impact Areas North Of Interstate 70 While Areas Along And South Of Interstate 70 Will See A Mixture Of Freezing Rain...sleet And Snow. The Exact Track Of This Storm Remains Uncertain And Any Shift In The Track Will Have A Large Impact On The Amount And Type Of Precipitation Received Across Central Indiana. We Urge Everyone To Monitor The Latest Forecasts On This Developing Winter Storm.


Inz060>065-130445- /o.upg.kind.ws.a.0001.070213t0000z-070214t0000z/ /o.exb.kind.ws.w.0001.070213t0600z-070214t0500z/ Sullivan-greene-monroe-brown-bartholomew-decatur- Including The Cities Of...bloomington...columbus


332 Pm Est Mon Feb 12 2007



...winter Storm Warning In Effect From 1 Am Tuesday To Midnight Est Tuesday Night...




The National Weather Service In Indianapolis Has Issued A Winter Storm Warning...which Is In Effect From 1 Am Tuesday To Midnight Est Tuesday Night. The Winter Storm Watch Is No Longer In Effect. A Mix Of Snow And Sleet Will Fall Overnight Tonight, While A Mix Of Rain...freezing Rain...and Snow Will Fall At Times During The Day On Tuesday. Snow Will Diminish Tuesday Night...but Gusty Winds Will Cause Blowing Of Any Snow That Falls. The Potential Exists Of Over A Quarter Of An Inch Of Ice To Form From The Freezing Rain During The Day On Tuesday. This Combined With The Expected Winds Could Cause Damage To Trees And Power Lines. The Track Of The Storm Is Still Not Certain...and Any Shift In The Track May Have A Large Impact On The Amount And Type Of Precipitation Received Across The Area. A Winter Storm Warning Means Significant Amounts Of Snow... Sleet...and Ice Are Expected Or Occurring. Strong Winds Are Also Possible. This Will Make Travel Very Hazardous Or Impossible. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Inz021-028>031-035>049-051>057-130445- /o.ext.kind.ws.w.0001.070213t0000z-070214t0500z/ Carroll-warren-tippecanoe-clinton-howard-fountain-montgomery- Boone-tipton-hamilton-madison-delaware-randolph-vermillion-parke- Putnam-hendricks-marion-han****-henry-vigo-clay-owen-morgan- Johnson-shelby-rush- Including The Cities Of...lafayette...frankfort...kokomo... Crawfordsville...anderson...muncie...indianapolis...terre Haute... Shelbyville



332 Pm Est Mon Feb 12 2007



...winter Storm Warning Now In Effect From 7 Pm This Evening To Midnight Est Tuesday Night...




The Winter Storm Warning Is Now In Effect From 7 Pm This Evening To Midnight Est Tuesday Night. A Mixture Of Snow And Sleet Rain Will Overspread The Area Tonight. The Heaviest Precipitation Should Not Arrive Until After Midnight. Areas North Of Interstate 70 Should See Mainly Snow Tonight And Tuesday. Areas Along The I-70 Corridor Will See A Mixture Of Snow And Sleet Throughout Much Of Tuesday. Areas South Of This Corridor May Also See Freezing Rain Mix In At Times. Heavy Snow Still Appears Likely Especially Tuesday. The Heaviest Snow Will Occur North Of A Rockville To New Castle Line Where Amounts In Excess Of 8 Inches Can Be Expected. Amounts Approaching One Foot Are Possible In The Lafayette...kokomo...and Muncie Areas. Gusty Winds Tuesday Will Create Blowing Snow And Low Visibilities. These Conditions Will Last Into Tuesday Evening. The Track Of The Storm Is Still Not Certain...and Any Shift In The Track May Have A Large Impact On The Amount And Type Of Precipitation Received Across Central Indiana. A Winter Storm Warning Means Significant Amounts Of Snow... Sleet...and Ice Are Expected Or Occurring. Strong Winds Are Also Possible. This Will Make Travel Very Hazardous Or Impossible.

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02-12-2007, 05:00 PM (This post was last modified: 03-23-2007 04:28 PM by Race2Beach.)
Post: #55
Winter weather thread 2/12/07-2/14/07
Urgent - Winter Weather Message
National Weather Service Baltimore Md/washington Dc
343 Pm Est Mon Feb 12 2007

Significant Winter Storm To Affect The Region
.low Pressure Will Develop Over Northern Texas This Evening. The Low
Will Move Northeast Into The Tennessee Valley On Tuesday And Into
The Ohio Valley Tuesday Night. Meanwhile...a Secondary Low Will
Develop Tuesday Night Off The Coast Of The Carolinas And Move Up The
Eastern Seaboard Wednesday And Thursday. The Combination Of The Two
Low Pressure Systems Will Spread A Variety Of Wintry Precipitation
Into The Region From Tonight Through Early Wednesday.
Mdz003-501-502-vaz021-025>031-036>038-wvz050>055-501>504-130430-
/o.upg.klwx.ws.a.0001.070213t1200z-070214t1900z/
/o.new.klwx.ws.w.0002.070213t0900z-070214t1900z/
Washington-extreme Western Allegany-central And Eastern Allegany-
Highland-augusta-rockingham-shenandoah-frederick Va-page-warren-
Clarke-nelson-albemarle-greene-hampshire-morgan-berkeley-
Jefferson-pendleton-hardy-western Grant-eastern Grant-
Western Mineral-eastern Mineral-
Including The Cities Of...hagerstown...frostburg...cumberland...
Staunton...waynesboro...harrisonburg...winchester...front Royal...
Charlottesville...martinsburg...charles Town...bayard...
Petersburg...emoryville...hartmansville...keyser...fort Ashby
343 Pm Est Mon Feb 12 2007

Winter Storm Warning In Effect From 4 Am Tuesday To 2 Pm Est
Wednesday
The National Weather Service In Sterling Virginia Has Issued A
Winter Storm Warning...which Is In Effect From 4 Am Tuesday To
2 Pm Est Wednesday. The Winter Storm Watch Is No Longer In
Effect.
Significant And Dangerous Amounts Of Icing Are Likely Over The
Potomac Highlands...shenandoah Valley... And Central Virginia Around
Charlottesville. While Light Precipitation Is Expected Tonight And
Most Of Tuesday...heavier Precipitation Will Arrive Tuesday Night. A
Half Inch To Three Quarters Of An Inch Of Ice Is Expected In The
Warned Area.
At The Time Of Precipitation Onset...light Rain And Snow Will
Dominate. Precipitation Will Begin This Evening In The Highlands And
Spread Eastward. The Precipitation Type Is Expected To Change Over
To Snow And Sleet Tonight. On Tuesday...snow And Sleet Will Change
To Freezing Rain Over Most Areas By The Afternoon.
Snow And Sleet Potential Overnight Monday Into Tuesday Could Total
An Inch Or Two By Tuesday Morning In The Highlands... While An Inch
Or Less Is Expected Through The Shenandoah Valley And The
Charlottesville Area. Temperatures Are Forecast To Remain Below
Freezing From Monday Night Through Wednesday Morning.
Those With Travel Plans...decision Makers...and Planners Should
Closely Monitor Forecasts For Updates. Severe Icing Of Trees And
Roads Are Likely...with The Potential For Widespread Power
Outages.
A Winter Storm Warning Means Significant Amounts Of Snow...
Sleet...and Ice Are Expected. Strong Winds Are Also Possible.
This Will Make Travel Very Hazardous Or Impossible.
Dcz001-mdz004>007-009>011-013-014-016>018-vaz039>042-050>057-
130430-
/o.con.klwx.ws.a.0001.070213t1200z-070214t1900z/
District Of Columbia-frederick Md-carroll-northern Baltimore-
Harford-montgomery-howard-southern Baltimore-prince Georges-
Anne Arundel-charles-st. Marys-calvert-madison-rappahannock-
Fauquier-loudoun-orange-culpeper-
Prince William/manassas/manassas Park-fairfax-
Arlington/falls Church/alexandria-stafford-spotsylvania-
King George-
Including The Cities Of...washington...frederick...westminster...
Gaithersburg...columbia...baltimore...annapolis...waldorf...
St Marys City...leesburg...culpeper...manassas...manassas Park...
Fairfax...alexandria...falls Church...fredericksburg
343 Pm Est Mon Feb 12 2007

Winter Storm Watch Remains In Effect From Tuesday Morning
Through Wednesday Afternoon
A Winter Storm Watch Remains In Effect From Tuesday Morning
Through Wednesday Afternoon.
The Potential For Significant Winter Precipitation Continues For
The Mid Atlantic Tuesday And Tuesday Night. Latest Indications
Continue To Suggest Warm Air A Few Thousand Feet Above The Surface
Will Be Drawn Into The System...creating The Potential For A
Significant Freezing Rain Event As Surface Temperatures Will Remain
Below Freezing.
At The Time Of Precipitation Onset...light Rain And Snow Will
Dominate Over Northern And Central Virginia...the Eastern
Panhandle Of West Virginia...the Potomac Highlands And Lower
Southern Maryland. Precipitation Will Begin This Evening In The
Highlands And Spread Eastward. The Precipitation Type Is Expected To
Change Over To Snow And Sleet Tonight. On Tuesday...snow And Sleet
Will Change To Freezing Rain Over Most Areas By The Afternoon. Over
Lower Southern Maryland...freezing Rain May Change Over To All Rain
By Late Tuesday.
Snow And Sleet Potential Overnight Monday Into Tuesday Could Total
An Inch Or Less By Tuesday Morning Northwest Of Washington And
Baltimore With Little To No Accumulation Expected Over Central
Virginia And Southern Maryland. Tuesday And Tuesday
Night...significant Accumulations Of Freezing Rain Are Likely Across
Most Of Region. Temperatures Are Forecast To Remain Below Freezing
From Monday Night Through Wednesday Morning...with The Exception Of
Lower Southern Maryland.
Those With Travel Plans...decision Makers...and Planners Should
Closely Monitor Forecasts For Updates. Accumulating Freezing Rain
Will Cause Travel Problems And Power Outages.
Stay Tuned To Noaa Weather Radio Or Your Local Media Outlet For
The Latest Updates On This Winter Weather Event.

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Post: #56
Winter weather thread 2/12/07-2/14/07
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02-12-2007, 08:11 PM (This post was last modified: 03-23-2007 04:27 PM by Race2Beach.)
Post: #57
Winter weather thread 2/12/07-2/14/07
Mesoscale Discussion 0139
Nws Storm Prediction Center Norman Ok
0703 Pm Cst Mon Feb 12 2007

Areas Affected...nern/ecentral Mo...much Of Central Il...central/srn
Ind...swrn Oh...nrn Ky And Srn Wv

Concerning...winter Mixed Precipitation

Valid 130103z - 130700z

A Mix Of Freezing Rain/sleet And Mod/hvy Snow Will Develop Enewd
Across The Area Through Midnight. Hrly Snowfall Accumulation Rates
Up To 1 Inch Will Be Possible Over Portions Of Central Il And
Central Ind...with Hrly Liquid Equivalent Freezing Rain/sleet
Accumulations From 0.05 To 0.10 Inch Possible From The Stl Metro
Area Ewd Into Srn Ind And Nrn Ky/swrn Oh And Srn Wv.

The 00z Sfc Analysis Shows The Sfc Wet Bulb Freezing Line Extending
From Near Quincy Il To Bloomington Ind To Beckley West Virginia.
Moderate Waa/isentropic Lift Was Contributing To Light To Moderate
Precipitation Developing Over Srn Portions Of The Md Area From
Ecentral Mo Ewd Into Ern Ky/srn Wv. Despite The Warm Advection
Present...a Nly Component Of The Near Sfc Winds Fields Will Support
Dry Air Advection In The Low Levels. When Combined With Wet-bulb
Effects...a Swd Movement Of The Sfc Freezing Line Through Central
Il...srn Ind...swrn Ohio And Far Nrn Ky Is Expected To Occur Over
The Next 6 Hrs. With Time...the Thermodynamic Profile Of Locations
Along And North Of The Sfc Freezing Line Will Support Freezing Rain
As The Main Ptype. This Is Anticipated To Occur Along An Axis From
The Stl Metro Area Through Srn Ind Into Nrn Ky /far Swrn Oh...the
Cincinnati Metro Area...and Srn Wv. North Of This Axis...the
Elevated Warm Layer Will Diminish In Vertical Extent. This Will
Support A Transition Zone To Sleet With Mod/hvy Snow Developing From
Central Il /peoria And Decatur/champaign Areas Into Central
Ind..including The Indy Area/ By 06z.

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02-12-2007, 08:12 PM
Post: #58
Winter weather thread 2/12/07-2/14/07
Probabilistic Heavy Snow And Icing Discussion
Nws Hydrometeorological Prediction Center Camp Springs Md
525 Pm Est Mon Feb 12 2007

Valid 00z Tue Feb 13 2007 - 00z Fri Feb 16 2007


Day 1...

nrn/central Plains To The Oh Valley...
Sfc Low Pressure Was Beginning To Develop Over The Srn Plains On
Monday Afternoon As A Shortwave Trof Comes Out Of The Central/srn
Rockies. The Surface Cyclogenesis Is Aided By Being Located
Between The Right Entrance Region Of A Northern Jet And The Left
Exit Region Of A Southern Stream Jet As It Moves Northeast Into
The Oh/tn Valley By 14/00z. The Northern Part Of The Pcpn Shield
Will Be Cold Enough For All Snow...but Southerly Low Level Flow
Will Be Increasing To More Than 50 Kts Which Is Forecast To Draw
Enough Warmth And Moisture Northward For A Belt Of Freezing Rain
And Sleet From Parts Of Il Eastward Into The Oh Valley. Mass
Field Differences Are Rather Subtle From The Southern Great Lakes
Into The Oh Valley...although The Differences Yield Some Notable
Difference In Snow And Ice Amounts. We Tended To Start With The
Gfs And Gradually Incorporate More Nam By The End Of The Period
Based On The Fact That The Gfs Appears To Flatten Out The Mid
Level Features Too Fast.

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02-12-2007, 08:14 PM
Post: #59
Winter weather thread 2/12/07-2/14/07
Rain changed to heavy wet snow here in ne Kansas. Even some rumbles of thunder. Very large wet flakes that are having no problem sticking to the ground. Would not be surprised to see well over 6 inches by morning.
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02-12-2007, 08:16 PM
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Winter weather thread 2/12/07-2/14/07
National Weather Service Goodland Ks 611 Pm Mst Mon Feb 12 2007

Ksz002>004-014>016-028-029-042-nez080-081-130600- /o.con.kgld.ww.y.0001.000000t0000z-070213t0600z/ Rawlins-decatur-norton-thomas-sheridan-graham-logan-gove-wichita- Hitch****-red Willow- Including The Cities Of...atwood...oberlin...norton...colby... Hoxie...hill City...oakley...quinter...leoti...trenton...mccook 711 Pm Cst Mon Feb 12 2007 ...winter Weather Advisory Remains In Effect Until Midnight Cst


Tonight... A Winter Weather Advisory Remains In Effect Until Midnight Cst Tonight. Light Snow Will Continue This Evening Along And East Of A Line From Norton To Gove. Moderate Snow Will Be Possible At Times With Hourly Snowfall Rates Around 1 Inch. Additional Snowfall Amounts Of 2 To 4 Inches Are Expected With Storm Total Accumulations Around 5 Inches.


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 Extra Caution While Driving.

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