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Nowcast | as of 1:40 am CST on March 3, 2015

A dense fog advisory is in effect for all of north and central Texas through 10 am. Fog and drizzle will persist much of the morning. If venturing out before daybreak...reduce speed and use low beam headlights. Temperatures will remain above freezing...and no issues with ice are expected this morning.

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Dense Fog Advisory
Statement as of 8:50 PM CST on March 02, 2015

... Dense fog advisory remains in effect until 10 am CST Tuesday...

* visibility... reduced to less than 1/4 mile at times throughout
the night.

* Impacts... reduced visibility will make driving hazardous at
night especially in areas where roads are wet.

* Other impacts... areas of drizzle will also accompany the fog
through the night.

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

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



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Special Statement
Statement as of 3:46 PM CST on March 02, 2015

... Winter weather possible across north and central Texas
Wednesday afternoon through Thursday morning...

Rain will mix with and then changeover to a wintry mix... most
likely to be sleet... across much of the region by the afternoon
or evening hours Wednesday. Precipitation should come to an end by
Thursday afternoon as the upper level system moves east of the
region.

* Location... the areas most likely to see accumulations of ice or
sleet approaching one half inch are those along and southeast of
a line from Lampasas to Athens. However... all of north and
central Texas is likely to see at least some light wintry
precipitation during this event.

* Timing... we expect rain to transition over to a wintry mix
beginning along the Red River around mid-morning Wednesday
... across the metroplex shortly after midday and around
Waco/Killeen/Palestine by sunset.

* Precipitation type... mainly sleet... with some snow and freezing
rain possible.

* Accumulation and impacts... accumulations remain uncertain at
this time... but with temperatures dropping below freezing during
the afternoon it would take little to produce deteriorating Road
conditions and some travel delays by Wednesday evening.
Hazardous travel conditions are most likely along and southeast
of a line from Lampasas to Athens at this time.

* Alternate scenarios... the amount and duration of wintry
precipitation depend on how fast cold air moves into place on
Wednesday... the earlier the cold air is here... the more wintry
precipitation we can expect. Areas most likely to be impacted
may change in later forecasts and the timing of the cold air
into the region is the primary factor limiting confidence in how
much and how long wintry precipitation will fall during this
event.

Please monitor future forecasts regarding the potential for
winter weather across North Texas Wednesday through Thursday.


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