Hazardous Weather Outlook
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HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OMAHA/VALLEY NE
438 AM CST TUE FEB 2 2016

IAZ043-NEZ011-012-015>018-030>034-042>044-050-051-065-030045-
MONONA-KNOX-CEDAR-THURSTON-ANTELOPE-PIERCE-WAYNE-BOONE-MADISON-
STANTON-CUMING-BURT-PLATTE-COLFAX-DODGE-BUTLER-SAUNDERS-SEWARD-
438 AM CST TUE FEB 2 2016

THIS HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK IS FOR PORTIONS OF WEST CENTRAL
IOWA...EAST CENTRAL NEBRASKA...NORTHEAST NEBRASKA AND SOUTHEAST
NEBRASKA.

.DAY ONE...TODAY AND TONIGHT

...BLIZZARD WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 4 AM CST WEDNESDAY...

SNOWFALL WILL INTENSIFY THROUGH THE MORNING HOURS WITH THE
HEAVIEST ACCUMULATIONS OCCURRING THROUGH EARLY AFTERNOON. MODERATE
SNOWFALL THOUGH WILL CONTINUE THROUGH THE REST OF THE AFTERNOON
BEFORE COMING TO A CLOSE LATE TONIGHT. IN ADDITION...NORTHERLY
WINDS 25 TO 35 MPH WITH GUSTS AROUND 40 MPH WILL CREATE HAZARDOUS
CONDITIONS IN THE WAY OF BLOWING AND DRIFTING SNOW WITH WHITE OUT
CONDITIONS FOR A PROLONGED PERIOD OF TIME. EVEN THOUGH WINDS WILL
DIMINISH SOMEWHAT TONIGHT...AREAS OF BLOWING AND DRIFTING SNOW
WILL STILL BE POSSIBLE. SNOWFALL TOTALS OF 8 TO 14 INCHES ARE
LIKELY...WITH LOCALLY HIGHER AMOUNTS POSSIBLE.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...WEDNESDAY THROUGH MONDAY

THE CHANCE FOR WIDESPREAD HAZARDOUS WEATHER IS LOW.

.SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT...

SPOTTER ACTIVATION WILL NOT BE NEEDED THOUGH TONIGHT.

$$

IAZ055-056-069-079-080-NEZ045-052-053-066-067-078-088-030045-
HARRISON-SHELBY-POTTAWATTAMIE-MILLS-MONTGOMERY-WASHINGTON-DOUGLAS-
SARPY-LANCASTER-CASS-SALINE-JEFFERSON-
438 AM CST TUE FEB 2 2016

THIS HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK IS FOR PORTIONS OF SOUTHWEST
IOWA...EAST CENTRAL NEBRASKA AND SOUTHEAST NEBRASKA.

.DAY ONE...TODAY AND TONIGHT

...WINTER STORM WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 4 AM CST
WEDNESDAY...

SNOWFALL WILL INTENSIFY THROUGH THE MORNING HOURS WITH THE
HEAVIEST ACCUMULATIONS OCCURRING THROUGH EARLY AFTERNOON. LIGHT TO
OCCASIONAL MODERATE SNOWFALL THOUGH WILL CONTINUE THROUGH THE REST
OF THE AFTERNOON BEFORE COMING TO A CLOSE LATE TONIGHT.
NORTHERLY WINDS OF 15 TO 25 MPH WITH GUSTS TO 35 MPH ARE EXPECTED
THROUGH THE DAY. GIVEN THIS...THE COMBINATION OF SNOW AND STRONG
WINDS WILL RESULT IN NEAR BLIZZARD OR INTERMITTENT BLIZZARD-LIKE
CONDITIONS...WITH BLOWING AND DRIFTING SNOW FOR A PROLONGED PERIOD
OF TIME. EVEN THOUGH WINDS WILL DIMINISH SOMEWHAT ON TUESDAY
NIGHT...AREAS OF BLOWING AND DRIFTING SNOW WILL STILL BE POSSIBLE.
STORM TOTAL SNOWFALL AMOUNTS OF 5 TO 10 INCHES ARE LIKELY...WITH
LOCALLY HIGHER AMOUNTS POSSIBLE.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...WEDNESDAY THROUGH MONDAY

THE CHANCE FOR WIDESPREAD HAZARDOUS WEATHER IS LOW.

.SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT...

SPOTTER ACTIVATION WILL NOT BE NEEDED THROUGH TONIGHT.

$$

IAZ090-091-NEZ068-089>093-030045-
FREMONT-PAGE-OTOE-GAGE-JOHNSON-NEMAHA-PAWNEE-RICHARDSON-
438 AM CST TUE FEB 2 2016

THIS HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK IS FOR PORTIONS OF SOUTHWEST IOWA
AND SOUTHEAST NEBRASKA.

.DAY ONE...TODAY AND TONIGHT

...WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 4 AM CST
WEDNESDAY...

A MIX OF RAIN AND SNOW IS EXPECTED INITIALLY THIS MORNING WITH A
CHANGE OVER TO ALL SNOW OCCURRING BY LATE AFTERNOON OR EARLY
EVENING. THE LIGHT SNOW IS SHOULD THEN DIMINISH BY LATE TONIGHT.
NORTHERLY WINDS GUSTING 25 TO 35 MPH ARE EXPECTED THROUGH MOST OF
THE DAY. GIVEN THIS...THE COMBINATION OF SNOWFALL AND THE STRONG
WINDS MAY RESULT IN SOME BLOWING AND DRIFTING SNOW. SNOW
ACCUMULATIONS RANGING FROM 1 TO 5 INCHES OF HEAVY AND WET SNOW
ARE POSSIBLE.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...WEDNESDAY THROUGH MONDAY

THE CHANCE FOR WIDESPREAD HAZARDOUS WEATHER IS LOW.

.SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT...

SPOTTER ACTIVATION WILL NOT BE NEEDED THOUGH TONIGHT.

$$



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