Southern Plymouth Severe Watches & Warnings NOAA Weather Radio

Winter Storm Watch
Statement as of 10:25 PM EST on January 30, 2015

...Winter Storm Watch remains in effect from Sunday evening through late Monday night...

* timing...Sunday night into Monday.

* Main impact...significant snowfall is possible Sunday night into Monday. A Winter Storm Watch is issued for the potential of accumulating snow of 6 or more inches in a 12 hour period... or 8 or more inches in a 24 hour period.

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

A Winter Storm Watch is issued for the potential of accumulating snow of 6 or more inches in a 12 hour period...or 8 or more inches in a 24 hour period. Anyone traveling in the next 24 to 36 hours should monitor later forecasts and be prepared to modify travel plans should winter weather develop.

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Wind Advisory
Statement as of 10:20 PM EST on January 30, 2015

...Wind Advisory remains in effect until 6 PM EST Saturday...

* location...including the cities and towns of of...Gloucester... Boston...Quincy...Plymouth...Fall River...New Bedford... Mattapoisett... Bristol...Narragansett...westerly and Newport.

* Winds...northwest 20 to 30 mph with gusts up to 50 mph.

* Timing...beginning around 1 am and continuing overnight into Saturday.

* Impacts...winds this strong are capable of Downing small tree limbs and branches...possibly causing isolated power outages. Driving can also be difficult...especially for high profile vehicles.

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

A Wind Advisory is issued when sustained winds are forecast to be 31 to 39 mph or gusts will range between 46 and 57 mph. Winds this strong are capable of Downing small tree limbs and branches...possibly causing isolated power outages. Driving can also be difficult...especially for high profile vehicles.

Special Statement
Statement as of 7:34 PM EST on January 30, 2015

...Surfaces likely to become icy overnight...

Combination of snow-melt and falling snow has resulted in slushy wet roadways. With temperatures dropping into the single digits overnight...expect untreated roadways to become slick and slippery with black ice.

Those traveling overnight and into morning are urged to allow extra time and use caution.

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