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Special Weather Statement

Special Weather Statement issued February 24 at 1:28AM EST by NWS Wilmington OH

Snow will overspread the area through daybreak before tapering off later this morning. Snow accumulations of 1 to 2 inches with local higher amounts are forecast. Given ground temperatures will initially be warm, snow will accumulate on grassy and elevated surfaces. However, as temperatures drop below freezing, some slick spots may develop, particularly on decks, bridges, and overpasses. Reduced visibilities will also be a concern. Those planning travel should allow extra time to reach their destination.

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Area
Wayne; Preble; Montgomery; Warren; Clinton; Highland; Pike

Special Weather Statement

Special Weather Statement issued February 24 at 1:28AM EST by NWS Wilmington OH

Areas of rain will transition over to snow through mid morning before tapering off. Snow accumulations are expected to be less than an inch. Given ground temperatures will initially be warm, snow will accumulate on grassy and elevated surfaces. However, as temperatures drop below freezing, some slick spots may develop, particularly on decks, bridges, and overpasses. Those planning travel should allow extra time to reach their destination.

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Area
Fayette; Union; Franklin; Ripley; Dearborn; Ohio; Switzerland; Carroll; Gallatin; Boone; Kenton; Campbell; Owen; Grant; Pendleton; Bracken; Robertson; Mason; Lewis; Butler; Hamilton; Clermont; Brown; Adams; Scioto

Special Weather Statement

Special Weather Statement issued February 23 at 8:56PM CST by NWS Chicago IL

Accumulating light snow has brought minor accumulations to parts or northern Illinois and northwest Indiana since late this afternoon. While roads have remained largely wet or somewhat slushy, temperatures will continue to fall through the teens and 20s overnight and this may result in freezing of moisture on roads overnight. This may produce locally slippery and hazardous travel conditions overnight on untreated roads and surfaces.

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Area
Winnebago; Boone; McHenry; Lake; Ogle; De Kalb; Kane; DuPage; Kendall; Kankakee; Iroquois; Northern Cook; Central Cook; Southern Cook; Northern Will; Southern Will; Eastern Will; Lake; Porter; Newton; Jasper; Benton

Special Weather Statement

Special Weather Statement issued February 23 at 3:21PM EST by NWS Indianapolis IN

Rain will transition to slow late tonight and early Saturday morning across the northeast past of central Indiana. Snow accumulation of up to 1 to 2 inches are possible with highest amounts expected over Randolph and northern Delaware Counties. Ground temperatures will initially be warm but are expected to drop near to below freezing late tonight....which will enable snow to accumulate on grassy and elevated surfaces. Where snowfall rates are briefly heavier northeast of the Indianapolis metro area...slick spots will develop on roads...bridges and overpasses. Use caution if traveling late tonight and early Saturday morning.

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Area
Carroll; Clinton; Howard; Tipton; Hamilton; Madison; Delaware; Randolph; Hancock; Henry; Rush
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Overcast and Breezy 39°F
29.73in
Barometer
86%
Humidity
Northwest 20.7mph
Wind
Overcast and Breezy

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