Marshall Severe Watches & Warnings NOAA Weather Radio

Special Statement
Statement as of 3:00 AM CST on February 01, 2015

...Wintry travel conditions possible from early Monday morning through midday Monday...

A storm system will move across the mid state today and Monday. While it will be mild and rainy for much of the afternoon and evening hours....the system's cold front will pass through the region tonight...dropping temperatures to below freezing by dawn Monday. These sub-freezing temperatures combined with residual moisture behind the cold front should lead to snow showers from early Monday morning through roughly midday.

Light snow accumulations of a dusting from the Tennessee River to I-65 will be possible...with one half inch to one inch eastward towards the higher elevations of the upper Cumberland Plateau region.

Any snow that falls...or leftover moisture from the rain on Sunday...could cause slick travel conditions for the Monday morning commute. Continue to monitor forecast throughout the weekend for updates regarding this light snow event.


Public Information Statement
Statement as of 9:06 am CST on February 1, 2015

...NOAA Weather Radio will undergo maintenance on Tuesday Feb 3...

All NOAA weather radios receiving audio from the National Weather Service office in Nashville...may experience outdated weather information on Tuesday February 3rd due to a scheduled computer upgrade.

Technicians will work as quickly as possible to complete the computer upgrade and restore NOAA Weather Radio to full service. During this scheduled maintenance...please tune to local media...commercial radio...and the internet for the latest weather information.

Thank you for your patience. We apologize for any inconvenience this scheduled NOAA Weather Radio outage may cause.

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