Cache Valley/Idaho Portion Severe Watches & Warnings NOAA Weather Radio

Special Statement
Statement as of 10:45 PM MST on November 22, 2014

The National Weather Service in Pocatello has issued a

Significant weather advisory for... southeastern Cassia County in south central Idaho Franklin County in southeast Idaho Bannock County in southeast Idaho southeastern Power County in southeast Idaho south central Bingham County in southeast Idaho Oneida County in southeast Idaho Caribou County in southeast Idaho northwestern Bear Lake County in southeast Idaho

An area of light to moderate snowfall was moving through the southern Highlands late this evening. Webcams were showing about an inch of accumulation on Highway 84 near sweetzer Summit. Light accumulations of snow are expected over Malad and Fish Creek summits through 1245 am MST. Accumulating snow can produce slick Road conditions along with reduced visibility. Motorists traveling on area roads should use caution and slow down.

Locations that could be affected through 1245 am MST include... Fort Hall Mount Putnam... Whitney... Virginia and Thatcher...

Lat...Lon 4303 11222 4274 11129 4199 11165 4199 11315

Record Report
Statement as of 4:50 PM MST on November 22, 2014

...Record precipitation set at Burley and Stanley ID...

a record precipitation of 0.46 inches was set at the Burley Airport today and beats the previous record of 0.45 inches set in 1954.

A record precipitation of 0.50 inches was set at the Stanley today and shatters the previous record of 0.42 inches set in 1998.

Local Storm Report

11/22/2014 0400 PM

14 miles NW of Preston, Franklin County.

Heavy snow e9.9 inch, reported by mesonet.

Oxford Springs snotel 6740 msl. 18-hour total.

11/22/2014 0400 PM

20 miles NE of Preston, Franklin County.

Heavy snow e8.1 inch, reported by mesonet.

Emigrant Summit snotel 7390 msl. 18-hour total.

11/22/2014 1010 am

1 miles ESE of Clifton, Franklin County.

Snow m0.0 inch, reported by trained spotter.

Rain has turned over to snow at report time. Observer reports large snowflakes and visibility reduced to 1/4 mile.

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