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Winter Weather Advisory
Statement as of 01:14 PM MST die 28o February, anno 2015

... Winter Weather Advisory remains in effect until 6 PM CST /5 PM
MST/ this evening...

* event... freezing drizzle and light snow.

* Timing... until 6 PM CST/5 PM MST today.

* Impacts... accumulating snow and ice will result in slick and
hazardous roadways... particularly bridges and overpasses.
Reductions in visibility due to freezing fog is also expected.

* Ice accumulations... less than a tenth of an inch.

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

A Winter Weather Advisory means that periods of light snow and
freezing drizzle will cause travel difficulties. Be prepared for
slippery roads and limited visibilities... and use caution while
driving.




Special Statement
Statement as of 01:32 PM MST die 28o February, anno 2015

..patchy light drizzle and freezing drizzle and areas of freezing
fog and fog will continue tonight across the central and western
Permian Basin and Lea County New Mexico...

Some additional patchy light freezing drizzle is expected tonight
but it will not be nearly as significant as last night as temperatures
rise into the lower to middle 30s. There could still be some light
ice accumulations especially on bridges and overpasses and reduced
visibilities.

Light ice accumulations have proven to be very problematic for
area travel... and it is advised to drive cautiously and allow
extra time to reach your destination.






232 PM CST Sat Feb 28 2015 /132 PM MST Sat Feb 28 2015/

..patchy light drizzle and freezing drizzle and areas of freezing
fog and fog will continue tonight across the central and western
Permian Basin and Lea County New Mexico...

Some additional patchy light freezing drizzle is expected tonight
but it will not be nearly as significant as last night as temperatures
rise into the lower to middle 30s. There could still be some light
ice accumulations especially on bridges and overpasses and reduced
visibilities.

Light ice accumulations have proven to be very problematic for
area travel... and it is advised to drive cautiously and allow
extra time to reach your destination.





Record Report
Statement as of 04:23 PM CST on February 28, 2015

... Record daily maximum snowfall set at Midland...

a record snowfall of 0.1 inches was set at Midland today. This is
the first snowfall on record for this date.


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