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Dense Fog Advisory
Statement as of 4:01 AM CST on March 04, 2015

... Dense fog advisory in effect until 10 am CST this morning...

The National Weather Service in Austin/San Antonio has issued a
dense fog advisory... which is in effect until 10 am CST this

* Visibility... areas of visibilities 1/4 mile or less

* impacts... driving will be hazardous in reduced visibilities

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

A dense fog advisory means visibilities will frequently be
reduced to less than one quarter mile. If driving... slow down...
use your headlights... and leave plenty of distance ahead of you.

Special Statement
Statement as of 5:43 AM CST on March 04, 2015

... A wintry mix is expected late this evening through Thursday

Another strong Arctic cold front will plunge across south central
Texas this afternoon into early evening. Expect rapidly falling
temperatures behind the front. Freezing temperatures moving into
The Hill Country late this evening into overnight will cause rain
to change over to a mix of freezing rain and sleet. By Thursday
morning... freezing temperatures will push across the I-35 corridor
and north of Highway 90 with a mix of freezing rain and sleet
spreading into those areas. Back over The Hill Country... some snow
could mix in as the cold air deepens.

Areas along and north of a del Rio to San Antonio to Giddings line
will have the best chances of ice accumulation with amounts up to
1/10 inch possible.

In addition... windy conditions are expected behind the front this
evening into overnight.

Temperatures will slowly warm to above freezing with precipitation
ending by late Thursday morning.

Those residing in or visiting south central Texas should monitor
the forecast for the latest information and updates regarding this
potential winter weather event.

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