Winter Weather Advisory
Statement as of 2:40 PM CST on December 05, 2013
... Winter Weather Advisory remains in effect until noon CST
A Winter Weather Advisory remains in effect until noon CST
* Impacts: dangerous driving conditions due to icy roads.
* Timing: light freezing rain and sleet will spread into
portions of the Concho Valley... including San Angelo... by late
this afternoon and early evening. Other patchy areas of
freezing drizzle... light freezing rain... and sleet will
develop near the Interstate 10 corridor by late afternoon. In
both cases... the wintry mix will become much more widespread
this evening and overnight.
* Accumulations: a mixture of freezing rain and sleet will result
in ice accumulations of up to one quarter inch. If the
precipitation falls mainly as sleet... accumulations will be
higher. With ground temperatures falling to well below
freezing... ice will develop easily on area roadways...
especially bridges and overpasses. Even a little ice
accumulation on roadways can be dangerous.
* Dangerous wind chill readings will also be possible... dropping
into the teens by Friday morning.
A Winter Weather Advisory means that periods of snow... sleet... or
freezing rain will cause travel difficulties. Be prepared for
slippery roads and limited visibilities and use caution while
Statement as of 1:56 PM CST on December 05, 2013
..light freezing rain expanding across the Concho Valley and
An area of freezing rain and sleet will continue to move
northeast across the Concho Valley and Big Country through 4 PM.
Although any ice accumulations will be light... a glaze of ice will
be possible on roadways mainly along and west of a San Angelo to
Abilene line. This will include the Interstate 20 corridor from
Abilene to Sweetwater... where several accidents have already been
Remember... bridges and overpasses will be the first to freeze up.
However... given the temperatures in the mid 20s... many roadways will
quickly see icy patches develop.
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