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Special Weather Statement
National Weather Service Binghamton NY
514 AM EST Wed Nov 21 2018

NYZ015>017-022>025-044>046-055>057-212000-
Yates-Seneca-Southern Cayuga-Steuben-Schuyler-Chemung-Tompkins-
Cortland-Chenango-Otsego-Tioga-Broome-Delaware-
514 AM EST Wed Nov 21 2018

...SNOW SHOWERS AND SQUALLS LIKELY TO IMPACT TRAVEL TODAY...

An arctic cold front will push through the area from north to
south later this morning and into the afternoon hours. Along and
behind this cold front numerous snow showers and snow squalls are
likely to develop. Visibilities may briefly drop to one-quarter
mile or less in near whiteout conditions as these squalls move
through. Roadways could initially become wet or slushy, but will
then quickly freeze, becoming icy and snow covered. The best chance
to see these heavier snow showers and squalls will be from about
10 AM to 3 PM today. Total daytime snow accumulations of 1 to 3
inches are expected. Please stay advised of the latest weather
conditions and forecasts if traveling today. Motorists should
exercise caution and be prepared to encounter changeable
conditions.

Northwest winds will also increase between 15-25 mph with gusts
up to 40 mph, creating areas of blowing snow and hazardous
conditions for high profile vehicles. Temperatures fall into the
20s by late afternoon.

$$

Special Weather Statement
National Weather Service Binghamton NY
514 AM EST Wed Nov 21 2018

NYZ062-PAZ038>040-043-044-047-048-072-212000-
Sullivan-Bradford-Susquehanna-Northern Wayne-Wyoming-Lackawanna-
Luzerne-Pike-Southern Wayne-
514 AM EST Wed Nov 21 2018

..SNOW SHOWERS AND SQUALLS LIKELY TO IMPACT TRAVEL TODAY...

An arctic cold front will push through the area from north to
south during the afternoon hours today. Along and behind this
cold front scattered snow showers and snow squalls are likely to
develop. Visibilities may briefly drop to one-quarter mile or
less in near whiteout conditions as these squalls move through.
Roadways could initially become wet or slushy, but will then
quickly freeze, becoming icy and snow covered. The best chance to
see these heavier snow showers and squalls will be from about
noon to 6 PM today. Total daytime snow accumulations of a coating
to 1.5 inches are expected. Please stay advised of the latest
weather conditions and forecasts if traveling today. Motorists
should exercise caution and be prepared to encounter changeable
conditions.

Northwest winds will also increase between 15-25 mph with gusts
up to 40 mph, creating localized blowing snow and hazardous
conditions for high profile vehicles. Temperatures fall into the
20s by sunset.

$$

Special Weather Statement
National Weather Service Burlington VT
403 AM EST Wed Nov 21 2018

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Northern St. Lawrence-Northern Franklin-Eastern Clinton-
Southeastern St. Lawrence-Southern Franklin-Western Clinton-
Western Essex-Eastern Essex-Southwestern St. Lawrence-Grand Isle-
Western Franklin-Orleans-Essex-Western Chittenden-Lamoille-
Caledonia-Washington-Western Addison-Orange-Western Rutland-
Windsor-Eastern Franklin-Eastern Chittenden-Eastern Addison-
Eastern Rutland-
Including the cities of Massena, Malone, Plattsburgh, Star Lake,
Saranac Lake, Tupper Lake, Dannemora, Lake Placid, Port Henry,
Ticonderoga, Ogdensburg, Potsdam, Gouverneur, Alburgh,
South Hero, St. Albans, Newport, Island Pond, Burlington,
Johnson, Stowe, St. Johnsbury, Montpelier, Middlebury, Vergennes,
Bradford, Randolph, Rutland, Springfield, White River Junction,
Enosburg Falls, Richford, Underhill, Bristol, Ripton,
East Wallingford, and Killington
403 AM EST Wed Nov 21 2018

...Snow Squalls Expected Today Across The North Country...

Snow squalls are expected across northern New York during the mid
to late morning hours today and from midday to mid afternoon
across much of Vermont. Affected locations will see rapidly
changing weather and road conditions...with brief heavy snow and
gusty winds. A quick snow accumulation of 1 or 2 inches is
possible along with near zero visibilities.

Precautionary/Preparedness Actions...

Be prepared for areas of blowing and drifting snow. This could lead
to temporary whiteout conditions and the potential for dangerous
driving conditions. Icy roads are also expected. If you are
traveling and encounter adverse winter driving conditions...reduce
speed and make sure headlights are on.

$$

Evenson

Special Weather Statement
National Weather Service Boston/Norton MA
350 AM EST Wed Nov 21 2018

CTZ002>004-MAZ002>024-026-RIZ001>008-211600-
Hartford CT-Tolland CT-Windham CT-Western Franklin MA-
Eastern Franklin MA-Northern Worcester MA-Central Middlesex MA-
Western Essex MA-Eastern Essex MA-Western Hampshire MA-
Western Hampden MA-Eastern Hampshire MA-Eastern Hampden MA-
Southern Worcester MA-Western Norfolk MA-Southeast Middlesex MA-
Suffolk MA-Eastern Norfolk MA-Northern Bristol MA-
Western Plymouth MA-Eastern Plymouth MA-Southern Bristol MA-
Southern Plymouth MA-Barnstable MA-Dukes MA-Nantucket MA-
Northern Middlesex MA-Northwest Providence RI-
Southeast Providence RI-Western Kent RI-Eastern Kent RI-
Bristol RI-Washington RI-Newport RI-Block Island RI-
Including the cities of Hartford, Windsor Locks, Union, Vernon,
Putnam, Willimantic, Charlemont, Greenfield, Orange, Barre,
Fitchburg, Framingham, Lowell, Lawrence, Gloucester,
Chesterfield, Blandford, Amherst, Northampton, Springfield,
Milford, Worcester, Foxborough, Norwood, Cambridge, Boston,
Quincy, Taunton, Brockton, Plymouth, Fall River, New Bedford,
Mattapoisett, Chatham, Falmouth, Provincetown, Vineyard Haven,
Nantucket, Ayer, Foster, Smithfield, Providence, Coventry,
West Greenwich, East Greenwich, Warwick, West Warwick, Bristol,
Narragansett, Westerly, Newport, and New Shoreham
350 AM EST Wed Nov 21 2018

...A FEW VERY LOCALIZED SNOW SQUALLS ARE POSSIBLE BETWEEN 3 AND 8
PM THIS EVENING...

Patches of black ice may continue to result in slippery spots
early this morning...so motorists are urged to drive with extra
caution.

The main concern will turn to the potential for a few snow squalls
across southern New England roughly between 3 and 8 pm this
evening. The greatest threat will be along the east slopes of the
Berkshires...but very localized snow squalls are possible across
the entire region. Any snow squall that is able to develop will
bring the potential for very brief heavy snow, whiteout
conditions, strong winds, and slippery roads.

While snow squalls are not expected to be widespread across our
region...they have the potential to result in very localized
hazardous travel so motorists should be prepared.

$$

Frank

U.S. Dept. of Commerce
NOAA National Weather Service
1325 East West Highway
Silver Spring, MD 20910
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