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New Winter Storm to Impact the Central U.S. – both the Plains and the Midwest – on Tuesday, the Northeast on Wednesday.

Heaviest snow is forecast from central Kansas through central Missouri and Illinois, into central Indiana. This same system could bring a foot of snow to northern Pennsylvania into central New England on Wednesday.

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBANY NY… MON FEB 3 2014

INCLUDING THE CITIES OF… TORRINGTON… OAKVILLE… NEW MILFORD… TERRYVILLE… PITTSFIELD… NORTH ADAMS… GREAT BARRINGTON…LEE… LENOX… HOUSATONIC… ATWELL… BIG MOOSE… EAGLE BAY… MCKEEVER… NOBLEBORO… NORTHWOOD… OLD FORGE… SPECULATOR… ILION… HERKIMER… LITTLE FALLS… MOHAWK… FRANKFORT… DOLGEVILLE… GLOVERSVILLE… JOHNSTOWN… AMSTERDAM… WELLSVILLE… SARATOGA SPRINGS… WARRENSBURG… WHITEHALL… GRANVILLE… 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

WINTER STORM WATCH IN EFFECT FROM LATE TUESDAY NIGHT THROUGH WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON.

* LOCATIONS…ALL OF EAST CENTRAL NEW YORK…SOUTHERN VERMONT…  WESTERN MASSACHUSETTS AND NORTHWEST CONNECTICUT.

* HAZARD TYPES…HEAVY SNOW.

* SNOW ACCUMULATIONS…6 TO 12 INCHES OF SNOW POSSIBLE…WITH 10 TO 14 INCHES IN HIGHER ELEVATIONS OF THE EASTERN CATSKILLS…  BERKSHIRES AND SOUTHERN GREEN MOUNTAINS.

* MAXIMUM SNOWFALL RATES…ONE INCH PER HOUR.

* IMPACTS…DIFFICULT TRAVEL CONDITIONS POSSIBLE LATE TUESDAY  NIGHT THROUGH WEDNESDAY…ESPECIALLY THE WEDNESDAY MORNING  COMMUTE…POSSIBLY INTO THE WEDNESDAY EVENING COMMUTE.

* VISIBILITIES…MAY DECREASE TO A HALF MILE OR LESS AT TIMES.

http://www.erh.noaa.gov/bgm/

Thanks to Kenneth Lund for this link

 

2 Responses to Up to 14 inches (35 cm) of snow for New York

  1. Heatblizzard says:

    Hopefully the new mayor makes a smarter decision to keep schools closed instead of telling people there is nothing to worry about then the roads are not cleared for emergency vehicles.

  2. Terry says:

    I don’t think I’ve ever heard of a winter weather advisory for Hawaii before.

    URGENT – WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE
    NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HONOLULU HI
    724 PM HST MON FEB 3 2014

    …WINTER WEATHER AFFECTING BIG ISLAND SUMMITS…

    .A COLD LOW IN THE MIDDLE ATMOSPHERE HAS REINTENSIFIED AN OLD FRONT OVER THE MAIN HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. PLENTIFUL WATER VAPOR… TOGETHER WITH COLD TEMPERATURES AT HIGHER ELEVATIONS…WILL SUPPORT SNOW AND FREEZING RAIN OVER ISLAND SUMMITS AT LEAST
    THROUGH TUESDAY MORNING.

    HIZ028-041730-
    /O.NEW.PHFO.WW.Y.0003.140204T0524Z-140204T2200Z/
    BIG ISLAND SUMMITS-
    724 PM HST MON FEB 3 2014

    …WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY IN EFFECT UNTIL NOON HST TUESDAY…

    THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN HONOLULU HAS ISSUED A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY FOR ICING…WHICH IS IN EFFECT UNTIL NOON HST TUESDAY.

    * LOCATIONS…BIG ISLAND SUMMITS ABOVE ELEVATIONS OF 11000 FEET (3353m).

    * HAZARD TYPES…THE MAIN PROBLEM LIKELY WILL BE FROM FREEZING RAIN AND ICE ACCUMULATING UP TO DEPTHS OF ONE QUARTER INCH (6.4mm) …BUT SNOW MAY DRIFT OR ACCUMULATE SIGNIFICANTLY IN PLACES AS WELL.

    * ACCUMULATIONS…UP TO ONE QUARTER INCH OF ICE…AND UP TO TWO INCHES OF SNOW (2.5 to 5.1 cm).

    * TIMING…WINTRY PRECIPITATION MAY CONTINUE TO ACCUMULATE UNTIL THE FRONT SHIFTS NORTH BY AROUND NOON ON TUESDAY.

    * IMPACTS…ROADS MAY BECOME DIFFICULT TO USE OR IMPASSABLE. HIKING TRAILS MAY BECOME BURIED. ICE ACCUMULATION WILL POSE SERIOUS SLIP HAZARDS.

    * WINDS…WINDS MAY RISE AND FALL THROUGH THE NIGHT…BUT ARE EXPECTED TO REACH SPEEDS OF 35 TO 50 MPH (56.3 to 80.5 km/h) WITH LOCALIZED GUSTS TO 70 MPH (112.7 km/h) AT TIMES. WIND DIRECTION WILL BE MAINLY FROM THE SOUTHWEST.

    * TEMPERATURES…MID THIRTIES TO MID TWENTIES (F) (mid +/- single digits C).

    * VISIBILITY…MAY DROP QUITE LOW AT TIMES…OBSCURING EDGES OF ROADS AND OTHER HAZARDS.

    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 VISIBILITY…AND DRIVE CAREFULLY.

    http://forecast.weather.gov/wwamap/wwatxtget.php?cwa=hfo&wwa=winter%20weather%20advisory


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