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Visibilities will continue to improve across the area through 10 AM. The areas of dense fog across the central Piedmont, Sandhills, and Coastal Plain counties will gradually improve through 10 AM. Until the fog lifts, please use caution while driving early this morning. Use of low beam headlights is recommended.
Areas seeing gusty southeasterly winds Saturday night have an increased likelihood of rain mixing in along with warmer temperatures. This fog will make travel difficult, with fluctuations in visibility expected. During the burn, watch for changes in the wind and behavior of the fire.
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The areas of dense fog across the central Piedmont, Sandhills, and Coastal Plain counties will gradually improve through 10 AM. During the night, dispersion will usually be poor or very poor. These include: Amount of cloud cover Visibility Drying potential The weather service determines visibility by whether or not known landmarks smooe be seen. Visibilities will continue to improve across the area through 10 AM. Snow showers on Sunday.
Salt River Pass will be impacted as well.
Many of these NOAA radios also have an alert system, allowing the weather service to activate transmission, and broadcast information when severe weather thunderstorms, tornados, etc threaten a specific area. Near or above average at night.
September 17 weather rain from sally smell of smoke and chilly weekend
Snowfall of 2 to 5 inches with higher amounts over the higher peaks. Locations impacted include Snow falling in Humboldt County, soon in northern Eureka and northern Lander Use low beam headlights and leave extra distance between your vehicle and others on the road.
This fact should be carefully considered before adding to the concentration, especially where smoke-sensitive areas could be impacted by smoke from wvening burn. Rain may transition back briefly to freezing rain before changing to all snow Sunday evening.
Until the fog lifts, please use caution while driving early this morning. Precipitation may begin early Sunday morning as freezing drizzle.
Those impacted should keep up to date with the latest forecast. ificant changes to the forecast are possible. Upper Air Measurements Stability, mixing height, and transport winds are determined from measurements taken with a weather balloon. LON TIME Accumulations through the Anchorage Bowl, Mat Valley, and Western Kenai Peninsula will be highly dependent on how much rain mixes in and how warm the temperatures get on Sunday. Updates will be issued as the details of this om become more clear.
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Snow could continue into Monday. This includes Chief Joseph Highway. Stagnation may be indicated if accompanied eveinng persistent low windspeeds. Before you travel check nvro dot com for travel restrictions and the link below.
Snow to occur Tonight and Sunday Observe the atmospheric conditions at the burn site as well. Saturday night into Sunday.
The fog will lift after 8 am. Better than average for most nights.
Snowfall amounts of 4 to 9 inches. There remains some uncertainty with the storm track, which will determine how much warm air moves over the area. ificant snowfall accumulations are expected along higher elevations, including Hatcher Pass. However, gusty winds and blowing snow may cause localized blizzard conditions at times in the windier areas where snow remains the primary precipitation type.
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A strong storm system potentially causing a variety of precipitation types will move into Southcentral this weekend. Snow continues on Sunday.
Neither are they taken during the middle of the day. The winds will diminish Sunday morning. Late Saturday night, a warming air mass svening into the Kenai Peninsula and the Knik Valley wind will result in rain mixing in with the snow.
This includes South Pass, as the combination of wind and snow will reduce visibility. Snowfall amounts of generally 1 to 2 inches, with locally higher amounts near Bondurant and into the Hoback Canyon.