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Wind Chill Advisory

Statement as of 4:03 AM CST on March 06, 2015

Expires 9:00 AM EST on March 06, 2015


... Wind Chill Advisory remains in effect until 8 am CST this
morning...

* wind chill values... zero to five degrees below zero... near ten
degrees below zero at a few locations in northwest Tennessee.

* Timing... through 8 am CST this morning.

* Impacts... exposed skin for a prolonged duration may suffer
frostbite.

.Precautionary/preparedness actions...

A Wind Chill Advisory means that very cold air along with the wind
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.



Jcl


Special Statement

Statement as of 4:58 AM CST on March 06, 2015

Expires 9:00 AM EST on March 06, 2015


... Travel will remain hazardous across the midsouth today...

Heavy accumulations of snow and sleet that fell across the
midsouth will continue to result in hazardous travel across the
area today. Ice and snow packed roadways will persist today
especially along and north of Interstate 40 where the deepest snow
cover occurred. Black ice will remain a problem.

Full sunshine along with temperatures climbing a little above
freezing especially south of Interstate 40 will help in the
melting of the winter precipitation. The greatest melting today
will occur across portions of northeast Mississippi where
temperatures will climb to near 40 degrees and the least amount of
winter precipitation occurred.

Refreezing and black ice will occur tonight as low temperatures
drop well below freezing once again.


Jcl

458 am CST Fri Mar 6 2015

... Travel will remain hazardous across the midsouth today...

Heavy accumulations of snow and sleet that fell across the
midsouth will continue to result in hazardous travel across the
area today. Ice and snow packed roadways will persist today
especially along and north of Interstate 40 where the deepest snow
cover occurred. Black ice will remain a problem.

Full sunshine along with temperatures climbing a little above
freezing especially south of Interstate 40 will help in the
melting of the winter precipitation. The greatest melting today
will occur across portions of northeast Mississippi where
temperatures will climb to near 40 degrees and the least amount of
winter precipitation occurred.

Refreezing and black ice will occur tonight as low temperatures
drop well below freezing once again.


Jcl


458 am CST Fri Mar 6 2015

... Travel will remain hazardous across the midsouth today...

Heavy accumulations of snow and sleet that fell across the
midsouth will continue to result in hazardous travel across the
area today. Ice and snow packed roadways will persist today
especially along and north of Interstate 40 where the deepest snow
cover occurred. Black ice will remain a problem.

Full sunshine along with temperatures climbing a little above
freezing especially south of Interstate 40 will help in the
melting of the winter precipitation. The greatest melting today
will occur across portions of northeast Mississippi where
temperatures will climb to near 40 degrees and the least amount of
winter precipitation occurred.

Refreezing and black ice will occur tonight as low temperatures
drop well below freezing once again.



458 am CST Fri Mar 6 2015

... Travel will remain hazardous across the midsouth today...

Heavy accumulations of snow and sleet that fell across the
midsouth will continue to result in hazardous travel across the
area today. Ice and snow packed roadways will persist today
especially along and north of Interstate 40 where the deepest snow
cover occurred. Black ice will remain a problem.

Full sunshine along with temperatures climbing a little above
freezing especially south of Interstate 40 will help in the
melting of the winter precipitation. The greatest melting today
will occur across portions of northeast Mississippi where
temperatures will climb to near 40 degrees and the least amount of
winter precipitation occurred.

Refreezing and black ice will occur tonight as low temperatures
drop well below freezing once again.


448 am CST Fri Mar 6 2015

... Travel will remain hazardous across the midsouth today...

Heavy accumulations of snow and sleet that fell across the
midsouth will continue to result in hazardous travel across the
area today. Ice and snow packed roadways will persist today
especially along and north of Interstate 40 where the deepest snow
cover occurred. Black ice will remain a problem.

The greatest melting today will occur across portions of
northeast Mississippi where temperatures will climb to near 40
degrees and the least amount of wintry precipitation occurred.

Refreezing and black ice will occur tonight as low temperatures
drop well below freezing once again.


Jcl

448 am CST Fri Mar 6 2015

... Travel will remain hazardous across the midsouth today...

Heavy accumulations of snow and sleet that fell across the
midsouth will continue to result in hazardous travel across the
area today. Ice and snow packed roadways will persist today
especially along and north of Interstate 40 where the deepest snow
cover occurred. Black ice will remain a problem.

The greatest melting today will occur across portions of
northeast Mississippi where temperatures will climb to near 40
degrees and the least amount of wintry precipitation occurred.

Refreezing and black ice will occur tonight as low temperatures
drop well below freezing once again.


Jcl


250 PM CST Thu Mar 5 2015

... Travel will remain hazardous across the midsouth...

Heavy winter precipitation that fell across the entire midsouth will
continue to result in hazardous travel. Temperatures will plummet
tonight which will refreeze any standing water or slush. Ice and
snow packed roadways will continue tonight and likely through the
rest of the week in the hardest hit areas. Travel should slowly
improve over the weekend as warmer temperatures move into the
region.

Please use extreme caution or delay your travels until Road
conditions improve.


Sjm

250 PM CST Thu Mar 5 2015

... Travel will remain hazardous across the midsouth...

Heavy winter precipitation that fell across the entire midsouth will
continue to result in hazardous travel. Temperatures will plummet
tonight which will refreeze any standing water or slush. Ice and
snow packed roadways will continue tonight and likely through the
rest of the week in the hardest hit areas. Travel should slowly
improve over the weekend as warmer temperatures move into the
region.

Please use extreme caution or delay your travels until Road
conditions improve.


Sjm


Record Report

Statement as of 7:54 PM CST on March 05, 2015


... Record daily maximum snowfall set at Memphis International Airport...

a record snowfall of 3.1 inches was set at Memphis today.
This breaks the old record of 1.3 set in 1965.



Local Storm Report



03/05/2015 0928 am

1 miles E of Teague, Hardeman County.

Heavy snow m4.0 inch, reported by trained spotter.


            3.5 inches of snow on top of 1/4 inch sleet. Snow from
            midnight through 9 am. Sleet yesterday.




03/04/2015 0953 PM

Toone, Hardeman County.

Sleet e0.12 inch, reported by public.


            1/8 sleet accumulation over last 30 minutes.




03/05/2015 0650 am

4 miles se of Bolivar, Hardeman County.

Snow m3.0 inch, reported by trained spotter.


            3 inches of snow and sleet




03/05/2015 0650 am

4 miles se of Bolivar, Hardeman County.

Snow e3.0 inch, reported by trained spotter.


            Sleet and snow combined accumulation.




03/05/2015 0928 am

1 miles E of Teague, Hardeman County.

Heavy snow m4.0 inch, reported by trained spotter.


            3.5 inches of snow on top of 1/4 inch sleet. Snow from
            midnight through 9 am. Sleet yesterday.




03/04/2015 0953 PM

Toone, Hardeman County.

Sleet e0.12 inch, reported by public.


            1/8 sleet accumulation over last 30 minutes.




03/05/2015 0650 am

4 miles se of Bolivar, Hardeman County.

Snow m3.0 inch, reported by trained spotter.


            3 inches of snow and sleet




03/05/2015 0650 am

4 miles se of Bolivar, Hardeman County.

Snow e3.0 inch, reported by trained spotter.


            Sleet and snow combined accumulation.




03/05/2015 0928 am

1 miles E of Teague, Hardeman County.

Heavy snow m4.0 inch, reported by trained spotter.


            3.5 inches of snow on top of 1/4 inch sleet. Snow from
            midnight through 9 am. Sleet yesterday.





03/04/2015 0953 PM

Toone, Hardeman County.

Sleet e0.12 inch, reported by public.


            1/8 sleet accumulation over last 30 minutes.




03/05/2015 0650 am

4 miles se of Bolivar, Hardeman County.

Snow e3.0 inch, reported by trained spotter.


            Sleet and snow combined accumulation.




03/05/2015 0650 am

4 miles se of Bolivar, Hardeman County.

Snow m3.0 inch, reported by trained spotter.


            3 inches of snow and sleet




03/05/2015 0928 am

1 miles E of Teague, Hardeman County.

Heavy snow m4.0 inch, reported by trained spotter.


            3.5 inches of snow on top of 1/4 inch sleet. Snow from
            midnight through 9 am. Sleet yesterday.





03/04/2015 0953 PM

Toone, Hardeman County.

Sleet e0.12 inch, reported by public.


            1/8 sleet accumulation over last 30 minutes.




03/05/2015 0650 am

4 miles se of Bolivar, Hardeman County.

Snow e3.0 inch, reported by trained spotter.


            Sleet and snow combined accumulation.




03/05/2015 0650 am

4 miles se of Bolivar, Hardeman County.

Snow m3.0 inch, reported by trained spotter.


            3 inches of snow and sleet




03/05/2015 0650 am

4 miles se of Bolivar, Hardeman County.

Snow m3.0 inch, reported by trained spotter.


            3 inches of snow and sleet




03/05/2015 0650 am

4 miles se of Bolivar, Hardeman County.

Snow m3.0 inch, reported by trained spotter.


            3 inches of snow and sleet




03/05/2015 0650 am

4 miles se of Bolivar, Hardeman County.

Snow e3.0 inch, reported by trained spotter.


            Sleet and snow combined accumulation.





03/05/2015 0650 am

4 miles se of Bolivar, Hardeman County.

Snow e3.0 inch, reported by trained spotter.


            Sleet and snow combined accumulation.





03/04/2015 0953 PM

Toone, Hardeman County.

Sleet e0.12 inch, reported by public.


            1/8 sleet accumulation over last 30 minutes.




03/04/2015 0953 PM

Toone, Hardeman County.

Sleet e0.12 inch, reported by public.


            1/8 sleet accumulation over last 30 minutes.




03/04/2015 0953 PM

Toone, Hardeman County.

Sleet e0.12 inch, reported by public.


            1/8 sleet accumulation over last 30 minutes.




03/04/2015 0953 PM

Toone, Hardeman County.

Sleet e0.12 inch, reported by public.


            1/8 sleet accumulation over last 30 minutes.




03/04/2015 0953 PM

Toone, Hardeman County.

Sleet e0.12 inch, reported by public.


            1/8 sleet accumulation over last 30 minutes.





03/04/2015 0953 PM

Toone, Hardeman County.

Sleet e0.12 inch, reported by public.


            1/8 sleet accumulation over last 30 minutes.



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