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Watches & Warnings

Special Statement
Issued: 9:03 PM CST Jan. 17, 2018 – National Weather Service

... Patchy black ice possible tonight into early Thursday morning...

Subfreezing air has caused refreezing of melted snow on area
roadways, resulting in patchy areas of ice. While most primary roads
in the Tennessee Valley remain dry, these isolated slick spots do
exist on secondary and rural roads as well as bridges and overpasses.
This black ice is especially difficult to detect at night and can
cause hazardous travel conditions in these areas. If traveling
tonight or during the morning commute on Thursday, slow down and use
extra caution. Dress warmly and have a winter travel kit in your
vehicle.



903 PM CST Wed Jan 17 2018

... Patchy black ice possible tonight into early Thursday morning...

Subfreezing air has caused refreezing of melted snow on area
roadways, resulting in patchy areas of ice. While most primary roads
in the Tennessee Valley remain dry, these isolated slick spots do
exist on secondary and rural roads as well as bridges and overpasses.
This black ice is especially difficult to detect at night and can
cause hazardous travel conditions in these areas. If traveling
tonight or during the morning commute on Thursday, slow down and use
extra caution. Dress warmly and have a winter travel kit in your
vehicle.




Public Information Statement
Issued: 8:57 AM CST Jan. 17, 2018 – National Weather Service

... NOAA Weather Radio transmitter in Arab offline...

NOAA Weather Radio station wng-642, transmitting out of Arab on a
frequency of 162.525 mhz, is off the air due to a transmitter
issue. We have contacted technicians to fix the problem, and
expect it to be operational again by close of business Thursday.

During the outage, persons across the listening area can get
their weather information from other stations. They include:

Kih-20 out of Huntsville, transmitting on 162.400 mhz.
Wwf-44 out of Fort Payne, transmitting on 162.500 mhz.

The latest weather information is also available at our website,
at http://weather.Gov/Huntsville.

We apologize for any inconvenience this outage may cause.



857 am CST Wed Jan 17 2018

... NOAA Weather Radio transmitter in Arab offline...

NOAA Weather Radio station wng-642, transmitting out of Arab on a
frequency of 162.525 mhz, is off the air due to a transmitter
issue. We have contacted technicians to fix the problem, and
expect it to be operational again by close of business Thursday.

During the outage, persons across the listening area can get
their weather information from other stations. They include:

Kih-20 out of Huntsville, transmitting on 162.400 mhz.
Wwf-44 out of Fort Payne, transmitting on 162.500 mhz.

The latest weather information is also available at our website,
at http://weather.Gov/Huntsville.

We apologize for any inconvenience this outage may cause.


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