Sussex

 Special Statement  Statement as of 6:58 am EST on February 27, 2015


... Hazardous travel conditions this morning due to black ice and
patchy freezing fog...

Temperatures in the mid to upper 20s this morning will continue to
result in patchy black ice following yesterdays snowfall. This will make
for potentially hazardous travel this morning... especially on
secondary and neighborhood roads... and bridges and overpasses. In
addition... patchy freezing fog will persist across portions of
central and southern Virginia this morning. Motorists are
encouraged to exercise caution this morning. Temperatures are
expected to warm above freezing by mid morning with fog
dissipating this morning.


658 am EST Fri Feb 27 2015

... Hazardous travel conditions this morning due to black ice and
patchy freezing fog...

Temperatures in the mid to upper 20s this morning will continue to
result in patchy black ice following yesterdays snowfall. This will make
for potentially hazardous travel this morning... especially on
secondary and neighborhood roads... and bridges and overpasses. In
addition... patchy freezing fog will persist across portions of
central and southern Virginia this morning. Motorists are
encouraged to exercise caution this morning. Temperatures are
expected to warm above freezing by mid morning with fog
dissipating this morning.



916 PM EST Thu Feb 26 2015

... Hazardous travel conditions tonight due to black ice and freezing
fog...

As temperatures tonight fall into the 20s... melted snow and
slush from today's snowfall will refreeze. This will make for
potentially hazardous travel into the Friday morning rush
hour... especially on secondary and neighborhood roads... and
bridges and overpasses. Motorists should be alert for areas of black
ice on area roadways. In addition... patchy fog is expected to
continue developing across portions of central and southern Virginia
due to some clearing and light winds. The fog may deposit a light
coating of ice on roads... enhancing the driving danger overnight. If
you encounter an icy patch... release the accelerator... and pump your
brakes lightly to avoid skidding. Drive defensively and allow for
extra time to reach your destination. Avoid any sudden stops or
accelerations.



Wrs


916 PM EST Thu Feb 26 2015

... Hazardous travel conditions tonight due to black ice and freezing
fog...

As temperatures tonight fall into the 20s... melted snow and
slush from today's snowfall will refreeze. This will make for
potentially hazardous travel into the Friday morning rush
hour... especially on secondary and neighborhood roads... and
bridges and overpasses. Motorists should be alert for areas of black
ice on area roadways. In addition... patchy fog is expected to
continue developing across portions of central and southern Virginia
due to some clearing and light winds. The fog may deposit a light
coating of ice on roads... enhancing the driving danger overnight. If
you encounter an icy patch... release the accelerator... and pump your
brakes lightly to avoid skidding. Drive defensively and allow for
extra time to reach your destination. Avoid any sudden stops or
accelerations.



Wrs



906 PM EST Thu Feb 26 2015

... Hazardous travel conditions tonight...

As temperatures tonight fall into the 20s... melted snow and
slush from today's snowfall will refreeze. This will make for
potentially hazardous travel into the Friday morning rush
hour... especially on secondary and neighborhood roads... and
bridges and overpasses. Motorists should be alert for areas of
black ice on area roadways. If you encounter an icy
patch... release the accelerator... and pump your brakes lightly to
avoid skidding. Drive defensively and allow for extra time to
reach your destination. Avoid any sudden stops or accelerations.



906 PM EST Thu Feb 26 2015

... Hazardous travel conditions tonight...

As temperatures tonight fall into the 20s... melted snow and
slush from today's snowfall will refreeze. This will make for
potentially hazardous travel into the Friday morning rush
hour... especially on secondary and neighborhood roads... and
bridges and overpasses. Motorists should be alert for areas of
black ice on area roadways. If you encounter an icy
patch... release the accelerator... and pump your brakes lightly to
avoid skidding. Drive defensively and allow for extra time to
reach your destination. Avoid any sudden stops or accelerations.





 Local Storm Report 



02/26/2015 0124 PM

1 miles N of Wakefield, Sussex County.

Snow m7.2 inch, reported by NWS office.


            Water equivalent 0.88 for event through 1pm. Snow depth
            6





02/26/2015 0124 PM

1 miles N of Wakefield, Sussex County.

Snow m7.2 inch, reported by NWS office.


            Water equivalent 0.88 for event through 1pm. Snow depth
            6




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