Wind Chill Advisory
Statement as of 10:44 AM CST on December 06, 2013
... Wind Chill Advisory remains in effect from 9 PM this evening
to 11 am CST Saturday...
* wind chill values... 20 to 25 degrees.
* Impacts... persons and animals that are not protected by the low
wind chills can be subject to hypothermia. There is a risk of
frost bite for exposed skin.
A Wind Chill Advisory means that very cold air and strong winds
will combine to generate low wind chills. This will result in
frost bite if precautions are not taken. If you must venture
outdoors... make sure you wear a hat and gloves. Several layers of
clothing will insulate you better than a single coat or jacket.
Statement as of 5:28 AM CST on December 06, 2013
... Some light freezing rain possible early Saturday morning and
Saturday night over the northern tier of counties in south
... Cold temperatures and winds will result in wind chills between
20 and 30 degrees over much of south Texas...
... Freeze warning in effect tonight for portions of the northern
brush country... northern coastal Bend and Victoria area...
... A light freeze is possible early Saturday morning over inland
portions of the coastal counties... the southern coastal Bend... and
portions of the brush country...
The strong Arctic front which moved through south Texas on
Thursday will bring very cold temperatures to the region today and
Saturday. Some of these colder temperatures will combine with
brisk winds and intermittent light rain to result in some
potentially hazardous weather over the area through Saturday
First... a Wind Chill Advisory is in effect from 9 PM tonight
through 11 am Saturday for McMullen... Live Oak... Bee... Goliad...
Victoria... Duval... Jim Wells... Kleberg... Nueces... San
Patricio... Aransas... Refugio and Calhoun counties. Wind chill
temperatures between 20 and 25 degrees are expected. Temperatures
in the 30s will combine with north winds 10 to 20 mph... with
stronger closer to the coast.
Next... a freeze warning is in effect for McMullen... Live
Oak... Bee... Goliad and Victoria counties from midnight through 9
am Saturday... as temperatures will reach or fall below 32 degrees
over most areas generally north of a line from Refugio... to Mathis... to
Tilden. Over other inland areas and away from the coast... a light
freeze will be possible... with temperatures falling to near or
just below freezing for less than 2 hours.
Also... there is a chance for light rain or drizzle tonight through
early Saturday morning... then again Saturday night. As temperatures
fall to near or just below freezing... there is the potential for
some of this light rain or drizzle to freeze... mainly over
bridges... over-passes or exposed objects. Since the rainfall will
be more intermittent than continuous... and may not occur when the
coldest temperatures are occurring... no significant accumulations
are expected... and these conditions are not expected over a
Residents are encouraged to monitor the latest weather forecasts
and weather conditions for this winter event. Make sure to dress
warmly if going outdoors... and wear a hat and gloves. Be prepared
to protect exposed pipes... sensitive plants... and outdoor pets.
Be careful driving on exposed bridges and over-passes... especially
if and when they are wet.
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