Dawn, TX (79025)

8:51 PM CST on December 04, 2016 (GMT -0600)
Dawn | | Change Station
Active Advisory: Special Statement

Elev 3806 ft 34.91 °N, 102.20 °W | Updated 22 seconds ago

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31.5 °F
Feels Like 28 °F
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Wind Variable Wind from SSW

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--% Chance of Precip.
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Pressure 30.02 in
Visibility 10.0 miles
Clouds Clear
Windchill 28 °F
Dew Point 25 °F
Humidity 78%
Rainfall 0.00 in
Snow Depth Not available.
7:41 AM 5:37 PM
Waxing Crescent, 27% visible
METAR KHRX 050235Z AUTO 21005KT 10SM CLR 02/M02 A3002 RMK AO2 T00151022
Pressure 30.02 in
Visibility 10.0 miles
Clouds Clear
Windchill 28 °F
Dew Point 25 °F
Humidity 78%
Rainfall 0.00 in
Snow Depth Not available.
7:41 AM 5:37 PM
Waxing Crescent, 27% visible
METAR KHRX 050235Z AUTO 21005KT 10SM CLR 02/M02 A3002 RMK AO2 T00151022

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Special Statement
Issued: 4:05 PM CST Dec. 4, 2016 – National Weather Service

... Coldest conditions so far this season expected midweek for the
Texas and Oklahoma panhandles...

An Arctic airmass is expected to settle over the Panhandle midweek.
Once in place... our high temperatures will struggle to reach the
freezing mark while our overnight low temperatures drop into the
teens and even single digits. While some uncertainties exist with the
forecast... here is what we know right now:

1) an initial cold front is expected Monday evening before the main
Arctic surge arrives Wednesday morning. The Arctic airmass is
expected to hold high temperatures below freezing for much of the
area Wednesday and Thursday before a moderating trend begins on
Friday.

2) Wednesday night into Thursday morning will bring the lowest temperatures
this season. Single digit lows are expected across the northwest half
of the combined panhandles with teens elsewhere.

3) Thursday morning wind chill values could range from 4 to -9
degrees. A Wind Chill Advisory may be needed on Thursday and/or
Friday mornings for portions of the panhandles.

4) light snow will be possible Tuesday night and Wednesday... mainly
across the northeast half of the combined panhandles. Blowing snow
may also occur on Wednesday.

Overall, we are looking at very cold weather this week. Take action
to ensure pets and livestock have ways to stay warm and access to
water. Be prepared to dress warmly as sub-freezing temperatures
could result in frostbite over a short period of time on exposed
skin.

Follow the National Weather Service on facebook and twitter as well
as on our website at www.Weather.Gov/Amarillo for updates to the
forecast.


Cockrell


405 PM CST sun Dec 4 2016

... Coldest conditions so far this season expected midweek for the
Texas and Oklahoma panhandles...

An Arctic airmass is expected to settle over the Panhandle midweek.
Once in place... our high temperatures will struggle to reach the
freezing mark while our overnight low temperatures drop into the
teens and even single digits. While some uncertainties exist with the
forecast... here is what we know right now:

1) an initial cold front is expected Monday evening before the main
Arctic surge arrives Wednesday morning. The Arctic airmass is
expected to hold high temperatures below freezing for much of the
area Wednesday and Thursday before a moderating trend begins on
Friday.

2) Wednesday night into Thursday morning will bring the lowest temperatures
this season. Single digit lows are expected across the northwest half
of the combined panhandles with teens elsewhere.

3) Thursday morning wind chill values could range from 4 to -9
degrees. A Wind Chill Advisory may be needed on Thursday and/or
Friday mornings for portions of the panhandles.

4) light snow will be possible Tuesday night and Wednesday... mainly
across the northeast half of the combined panhandles. Blowing snow
may also occur on Wednesday.

Overall, we are looking at very cold weather this week. Take action
to ensure pets and livestock have ways to stay warm and access to
water. Be prepared to dress warmly as sub-freezing temperatures
could result in frostbite over a short period of time on exposed
skin.

Follow the National Weather Service on facebook and twitter as well
as on our website at www.Weather.Gov/Amarillo for updates to the
forecast.


Cockrell

405 PM CST sun Dec 4 2016

... Coldest conditions so far this season expected midweek for the
Texas and Oklahoma panhandles...

An Arctic airmass is expected to settle over the Panhandle midweek.
Once in place... our high temperatures will struggle to reach the
freezing mark while our overnight low temperatures drop into the
teens and even single digits. While some uncertainties exist with the
forecast... here is what we know right now:

1) an initial cold front is expected Monday evening before the main
Arctic surge arrives Wednesday morning. The Arctic airmass is
expected to hold high temperatures below freezing for much of the
area Wednesday and Thursday before a moderating trend begins on
Friday.

2) Wednesday night into Thursday morning will bring the lowest temperatures
this season. Single digit lows are expected across the northwest half
of the combined panhandles with teens elsewhere.

3) Thursday morning wind chill values could range from 4 to -9
degrees. A Wind Chill Advisory may be needed on Thursday and/or
Friday mornings for portions of the panhandles.

4) light snow will be possible Tuesday night and Wednesday... mainly
across the northeast half of the combined panhandles. Blowing snow
may also occur on Wednesday.

Overall, we are looking at very cold weather this week. Take action
to ensure pets and livestock have ways to stay warm and access to
water. Be prepared to dress warmly as sub-freezing temperatures
could result in frostbite over a short period of time on exposed
skin.

Follow the National Weather Service on facebook and twitter as well
as on our website at www.Weather.Gov/Amarillo for updates to the
forecast.


Cockrell