Winona Severe Watches & Warnings NOAA Weather Radio

Watches & Warnings

Winter Storm Warning
Issued: 3:56 AM CST Jan. 21, 2018 – National Weather Service

... Winter Storm Warning in effect from 3 am Monday to midnight
CST Monday night...

* what... heavy snow and mixed precipitation expected. Plan on
difficult to hazardous travel conditions, including during the
Monday morning and evening commutes. Total snow accumulations of
6 to locally 12 inches, and ice accumulations of up to one
tenth of an inch are expected.

* Where... portions of southeast Minnesota into north central
Wisconsin.

* When... 3 am Monday to midnight Monday night.

* Additional details... be prepared for significant reductions in
visibility at times.

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

A Winter Storm Warning means significant amounts of snow, sleet
and ice are expected. This will make travel very hazardous or
impossible. The latest Road conditions for the state you are
calling from can be obtained by calling 5 1 1.


Rogers



Special Statement
Issued: 6:52 AM CST Jan. 21, 2018 – National Weather Service

... Watch for reduced visibilities in fog early this morning...

Fog has developed across much of the area early this morning.
Some of the fog was locally dense, with visibilities of 1/2 mile
or less, mainly in parts of the Mississippi River valley and
across the higher terrain areas of northeast Iowa. The fog is
going to persist through 9 am at most locations before
visibilities start to improve.

If driving early this morning, be alert for changing and reduced
visibilities due to fog. Expect untreated roads to have some frost
on them and be slick in the areas of thicker or more persistent
fog. Be especially careful until sunrise when poor visibilities in
fog are compounded by darkness.

Rrs


652 am CST sun Jan 21 2018

... Watch for reduced visibilities in fog early this morning...

Fog has developed across much of the area early this morning.
Some of the fog was locally dense, with visibilities of 1/2 mile
or less, mainly in parts of the Mississippi River valley and
across the higher terrain areas of northeast Iowa. The fog is
going to persist through 9 am at most locations before
visibilities start to improve.

If driving early this morning, be alert for changing and reduced
visibilities due to fog. Expect untreated roads to have some frost
on them and be slick in the areas of thicker or more persistent
fog. Be especially careful until sunrise when poor visibilities in
fog are compounded by darkness.

Rrs