Current Watches, Warnings and Advisories for Montgomery (TNC125) Tennessee Issued by the National Weather Service

 

Winter Storm Warning - Montgomery (Tennessee)


Updated:Thu 05-Mar-15 05:45am CST
Effective:Thu 05-Mar-15 05:45am CST
Expires:Thu 05-Mar-15 09:00am CST
Severity:Moderate
Urgency:Expected
Certainty:Likely
Status:Actual
Type:Alert
Category:Met

Areas affected: Cheatham; Dickson; Houston; Humphreys; Montgomery; Robertson; Stewart
 
Instructions: 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. A wind chill advisory means that very cold air and strong winds will combine to generate low wind chills. This will result in frost bite and lead to hypothermia if precautions are not taken. If you must venture outdoors...make sure you wear a hat and gloves.

Message summary: ...a winter storm warning continues for all of middle tennessee...
.a strong upper low pressure area will sweep a band of moderate to heavy snow over northern parts of the mid state this morning...
With a mix of snow...sleet...and freezing rain over southern areas. Most of the area is expected to see snowfall and sleet accumulations between 2 to 6 inches...with most freezing rain causing ice accumulation around a tenth to a quarter of an inch. Areas south of interstate 40...especially areas near the alabama border and on the southern plateau may see ice accumulations above one quarter inch. Likewise....locations across the extreme northwest will likely see total snowfall of 8 inches or more. Major travel impacts are expected in the mid state this morning. In fact...major travel problems will likely last in many areas all the way into friday afternoon since temperatures are expected to remain below freezing thursday and much of friday. Lows friday morning are expected to range from the single digits into the teens.
...winter storm warning remains in effect until 9 am cst this morning...
...wind chill advisory remains in effect from midnight tonight to 6 am cst friday...
* timing...ongoing snowfall will taper off by mid to late morning. Very cold temperatures...accompanied by light winds late tonight will prdouce very low wind chills.
* accumulations...snowfall totals of 6 to 8 inches...with locally higher amounts possible.
* wind chill values...around minus five late tonight.
* main impact...the mix of heavy snow...freezing rain...and sleet will create major travel impacts today through friday afternoon and possibly into friday night as well.
* other impacts...temperatures are likely to stay below freezing through friday night...although sunshine should help to melt some of the snow and ice during the day on friday. Many roadways will remain slick and hazardous for an extended period of time.
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Wind Chill Advisory - Montgomery (Tennessee)


Updated:Thu 05-Mar-15 05:45am CST
Effective:Thu 05-Mar-15 05:45am CST
Expires:Fri 06-Mar-15 06:00am CST
Severity:Minor
Urgency:Expected
Certainty:Likely
Status:Actual
Type:Alert
Category:Met

Areas affected: Cheatham; Dickson; Houston; Humphreys; Montgomery; Robertson; Stewart
 
Instructions: 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. A wind chill advisory means that very cold air and strong winds will combine to generate low wind chills. This will result in frost bite and lead to hypothermia if precautions are not taken. If you must venture outdoors...make sure you wear a hat and gloves.

Message summary: ...a winter storm warning continues for all of middle tennessee...
.a strong upper low pressure area will sweep a band of moderate to heavy snow over northern parts of the mid state this morning...
With a mix of snow...sleet...and freezing rain over southern areas. Most of the area is expected to see snowfall and sleet accumulations between 2 to 6 inches...with most freezing rain causing ice accumulation around a tenth to a quarter of an inch. Areas south of interstate 40...especially areas near the alabama border and on the southern plateau may see ice accumulations above one quarter inch. Likewise....locations across the extreme northwest will likely see total snowfall of 8 inches or more. Major travel impacts are expected in the mid state this morning. In fact...major travel problems will likely last in many areas all the way into friday afternoon since temperatures are expected to remain below freezing thursday and much of friday. Lows friday morning are expected to range from the single digits into the teens.
...winter storm warning remains in effect until 9 am cst this morning...
...wind chill advisory remains in effect from midnight tonight to 6 am cst friday...
* timing...ongoing snowfall will taper off by mid to late morning. Very cold temperatures...accompanied by light winds late tonight will prdouce very low wind chills.
* accumulations...snowfall totals of 6 to 8 inches...with locally higher amounts possible.
* wind chill values...around minus five late tonight.
* main impact...the mix of heavy snow...freezing rain...and sleet will create major travel impacts today through friday afternoon and possibly into friday night as well.
* other impacts...temperatures are likely to stay below freezing through friday night...although sunshine should help to melt some of the snow and ice during the day on friday. Many roadways will remain slick and hazardous for an extended period of time.
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Source: NWS Watches, Warnings or Advisories for zone TNC125