Special Weather Statement
Issued by NWS Mt. Holly, NJ

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Special Weather Statement
National Weather Service Mount Holly NJ
922 PM EDT Sun Mar 26 2017

PAZ054-055-270400-
Carbon-Monroe-
Including the cities of Jim Thorpe and Stroudsburg
922 PM EDT Sun Mar 26 2017

...Spotty Icing from Freezing Fog and Freezing Drizzle...

Fog and drizzle will continue across the Carbon and Monroe
Counties this evening. Temperatures are above freezing across
most of this area. However, spotty freezing fog and freezing
drizzle can be expected at higher elevations above 1400 feet where
temperatures are hovering around 32 degrees. A light glaze of ice
will continue to coat elevated surfaces such as trees and wires
in these coldest locations. A few slick spots may develop on
roads, especially on untreated bridges and overpasses.

Use caution if traveling tonight and reduce speed in case you
encounter an icy patch.

$$
JRK

NJZ001-270400-
Sussex-
Including the city of Newton
922 PM EDT Sun Mar 26 2017

...Spotty Icing from Freezing Fog and Freezing Drizzle at High
Point...

Fog and drizzle will continue across Sussex County this evening.
Temperatures are above freezing across most of the county.
However, spotty freezing fog and freezing drizzle can be expected
at High Point and nearby locations above 1400 feet in elevation where
temperatures are hovering around 32 degrees. A light glaze of
ice will continue to coat elevated surfaces such as trees and
wires in these coldest locations. A few slick spots may develop
on roads in these higher elevations, especially on untreated
bridges and overpasses.

Use caution if traveling tonight and reduce speed in case you
encounter an icy patch.

$$
JRK



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