Freezing Fog Advisory
Statement as of 6:50 PM CST on December 07, 2013
... Freezing fog advisory in effect until 9 am CST Sunday...
The National Weather Service in Fort Worth has issued a freezing
fog advisory... which is in effect until 9 am CST Sunday.
* Timing... now through mid morning Sunday.
* Visibility... visibilities will drop to between 1 and 3 miles
late tonight into Sunday morning across parts of North Texas.
* Impacts... temperatures are well below freezing across most of
the advisory area. As visibilities continue to drop... light
freezing drizzle or freezing fog may begin to deposit a light
layer of ice onto area roads and bridges. Additional impacts
will likely be minimal in areas where significant ice cover is
already on area roads... but areas to the south... from Killeen to
Temple and north to Waco and Corsicana may see more substantial
impacts to roads which are currently dry.
A freezing fog advisory means fog will occur while temperatures
are below freezing. The fog may deposit a light coating of ice on
exposed and elevated surfaces. If driving... slow down... use your
low beam headlights... and leave plenty of distance ahead of you.
Also... be alert for icy spots... especially on bridges and
Statement as of 6:32 PM CST on December 7, 2013
... Record low maximum temperature set at Waco... corrected...
The high of 27 degrees today set the record lowest maximum
temperature at Waco. The old record of 37 was set in 1972.
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