Fayette Severe Watches & Warnings NOAA Weather Radio

Special Statement
Statement as of 7:03 AM EST on March 06, 2015

... Light snow and patchy freezing drizzle possible through mid
morning...

Light snow and patchy freezing drizzle will continue across north
Georgia through 10 am..roughly along and north of a line from
LaGrange to Warrenton to Monroe.

Any snow accumulation is expected to be limited to a dusting.

As temperatures rise... the snow and freezing drizzle should
transition rain or drizzle by mid morning with precipitation
ending by the afternoon. Except for isolated higher elevations in
the mountains... temperatures should rise above freezing in the
10am to noon timeframe.

Across the whole area... patchy black ice continues to be possible
this morning. With snow and light rain occurring this
morning... areas that were previously dry overnight may become wet
and icy this morning. People traveling across north Georgia this
morning should use extra caution and be prepared for slick spots
on roads.




313 am EST Fri Mar 6 2015

... Patchy black ice likely across north and much of central
Georgia this morning...

A cold air mass has spread across the state with many areas below
freezing or expected to reach freezing before sunrise. This
coupled with wet grounds from widespread rains will result in
patches of black ice... resulting in slick spots on area roads and
bridges. The main black ice threat this morning will generally be
along and north of a Columbus to Macon to Warrenton line.

Temperatures across central Georgia should rise above freezing by
10am and by noon across north Georgia. However... it could take
into the afternoon before isolated areas in the mountains... mainly
the higher elevations... reach above freezing.

People traveling across north and much of central Georgia
this morning should use extra caution and be prepared for slick
spots on roads.


256 PM EST Thu Mar 5 2015

... Patchy black ice likely across north and much of central
Georgia tonight...

As a very cold air mass continues to spread in over the state
this evening and overnight... temperatures will fall at or below
freezing for most areas. This coupled with wet grounds from
widespread rains will result in patches of black ice... resulting
in slick spots on area roads and bridges. The main black ice
threat tonight will be generally along and north of a Columbus to
Macon to Warrenton line... and through Friday morning.

People traveling across north and much of central Georgia
tonight and Friday morning should use extra caution and be
prepared for slick spots on roads.


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