Montgomery, AL
Feels like 48°.
Humidity: 44% Dew Point: 27°
Clouds: 0% Pressure: 30.39 in
Wind: ENE 1 mph Visability: 10 mi Conditions as of 5:52pm.
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54 27
Partly cloudy in the morning.
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52 30
Light snow (< 1 in.) overnight.
14%   51%
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37 16
Partly cloudy in the morning.
19%   25%
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  • Hard Freeze Watch - Click for Details
    Updated: Mon Jan-15-18 01:51pm CST
    Effective: Tue Jan-16-18 09:00pm CST
    Expires: Thu Jan-18-18 09:00am CST
    Severity: Moderate
    Urgency: Future
    Certainty: Possible
    Status: Actual
    Type: Alert
    Category: Met
    Areas affected: Autauga; Barbour; Bibb; Blount; Bullock; Calhoun; Chambers; Cherokee; Chilton; Clay; Cleburne; Coosa; Dallas; Elmore; Etowah; Fayette; Greene; Hale; Jefferson; Lamar; Lee; Lowndes; Macon; Marengo; Marion; Montgomery; Perry; Pickens; Pike; Randolph; Russell; Shelby; St. Clair; Sumter; Talladega; Tallapoosa; Tuscaloosa; Walker; Winston
    Instructions: A hard freeze watch means very cold temperatures are forecast to impact the area, and could be hazardous to your property, pets, and plants.
    Message Summary: ...very cold conditions expected tuesday night into thursday morning...
    ...hard freeze watch now in effect from tuesday evening through thursday morning...
    * temperatures...a range of 10 to 24 degrees is expected wednesday morning. A range of 10 to 20 degrees is expected thursday morning.
    * impacts...prolonged exposure to these temperatures could result in exposed water pipes freezing and possibly bursting, as well as killing sensitive vegetation.
  • Winter Weather Advisory - Click for Details
    Updated: Mon Jan-15-18 01:45pm CST
    Effective: Tue Jan-16-18 06:00am CST
    Expires: Wed Jan-17-18 06:00am CST
    Severity: Minor
    Urgency: Expected
    Certainty: Likely
    Status: Actual
    Type: Alert
    Category: Met
    Areas affected: Autauga; Barbour; Bullock; Chambers; Dallas; Elmore; Lee; Lowndes; Macon; Marengo; Montgomery; Pike; Russell; Tallapoosa
    Message Summary: ...snow may bring significant impacts to much of central alabama tuesday morning through early wednesday morning...
    .an arctic cold front will enter northwest alabama tuesday morning and move southeastward across central alabama tuesday afternoon into tuesday night. This front should have enough moisture and lift to generate a band of light to moderate snow, which could potentially affect all of our forecast area. We will need to watch and see if a second band can develop across the southern third of the area during the evening and provide a higher total down there as well. Though snowfall amounts are expected to remain less than 2 inches, impacts to travel could be significant due to temperatures falling into the 20s as the snow occurs.
    ...winter weather advisory in effect from 6 am tuesday to 6 am cst wednesday...
    * what...snow expected. Plan on slippery road conditions, especially during the evening commute on tuesday. Total snow accumulations of one quarter to one half inches are expected, with locally higher totals of up to one inch.
    * where...portions southern and eastern central alabama.
    * when...from 6 am tuesday to 6 am cst wednesday.
    * additional prepared for reduced visibilities at times. Precautionary/preparedness actions...
    A winter weather advisory for snow, means periods of snow will cause primarily travel difficulties. Be prepared for snow covered roads and limited visibilities, and use caution while driving.

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