Fort Davis, TX

2:38 AM CST on December 07, 2016 (GMT -0600)
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Active Advisory: Special Statement

Elev 5240 ft 30.62 °N, 103.97 °W | Updated 47 seconds ago

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47.5 °F
Feels Like 45 °F
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Wind Variable Wind from WNW
Gusts 8.0 mph

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--% Chance of Precip.
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Precip. -- in
Pressure 29.94 in
Visibility 10.0 miles
Clouds Clear
Windchill 45 °F
Dew Point 35 °F
Humidity 62%
Rainfall 0.00 in
Snow Depth Not available.
7:40 AM 5:54 PM
Waxing Crescent, 50% visible
METAR KMRF 070756Z AUTO 01005KT 10SM CLR 00/M01 A2999 RMK AO2 SLP137 T00001011 FZRANO
Pressure 29.94 in
Visibility 10.0 miles
Clouds Clear
Windchill 45 °F
Dew Point 35 °F
Humidity 62%
Rainfall 0.00 in
Snow Depth Not available.
7:40 AM 5:54 PM
Waxing Crescent, 50% visible
METAR KMRF 070756Z AUTO 01005KT 10SM CLR 00/M01 A2999 RMK AO2 SLP137 T00001011 FZRANO

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Special Statement
Issued: 1:51 PM MST Dec. 6, 2016 – National Weather Service

... Arctic air invasion Wednesday night... with wintry
precipitation possible Wednesday night and Thursday...

A blast of Arctic air will send temperatures plunging Wednesday
night. Stiff northerly winds of 15 to 25 mph will drop wind chills
into the teens and 20s behind the front. By Thursday morning, low
temperatures will range from the upper teens in northern Lea
County to around 30 near Fort Stockton and 40 to 45 along the Rio
Grande.

As cold, northeast upslope winds push into The Trans Pecos after
midnight, an upper disturbance will approach and could develop a
wintry mix of freezing rain, snow, sleet, and rain along the
Interstate 10 corridor and higher terrain of the Davis Mountains
northward into the Permian Basin and southeast New Mexico. The
southern extent of the frozen precipitation will be along a line
extending from roughly Van Horn to Marfa to alpine to Sheffield.
Although precipitation amounts are expected to be light, dangerous
travel conditions could exist in these areas late Wednesday night
into Thursday as high temperatures are expected to stay in the 30s
except along the Rio Grande. Friday morning will be even colder,
so prepare your plants, pipes, pets, and vehicles for cold
weather. Keep abreast of the latest weather forecasts and
information for possible changes.


251 PM CST Tue Dec 6 2016 /151 PM MST Tue Dec 6 2016/

... Arctic air invasion Wednesday night... with wintry
precipitation possible Wednesday night and Thursday...

A blast of Arctic air will send temperatures plunging Wednesday
night. Stiff northerly winds of 15 to 25 mph will drop wind chills
into the teens and 20s behind the front. By Thursday morning, low
temperatures will range from the upper teens in northern Lea
County to around 30 near Fort Stockton and 40 to 45 along the Rio
Grande.

As cold, northeast upslope winds push into The Trans Pecos after
midnight, an upper disturbance will approach and could develop a
wintry mix of freezing rain, snow, sleet, and rain along the
Interstate 10 corridor and higher terrain of the Davis Mountains
northward into the Permian Basin and southeast New Mexico. The
southern extent of the frozen precipitation will be along a line
extending from roughly Van Horn to Marfa to alpine to Sheffield.
Although precipitation amounts are expected to be light, dangerous
travel conditions could exist in these areas late Wednesday night
into Thursday as high temperatures are expected to stay in the 30s
except along the Rio Grande. Friday morning will be even colder,
so prepare your plants, pipes, pets, and vehicles for cold
weather. Keep abreast of the latest weather forecasts and
information for possible changes.



251 PM CST Tue Dec 6 2016 /151 PM MST Tue Dec 6 2016/

... Arctic air invasion Wednesday night... with wintry
precipitation possible Wednesday night and Thursday...

A blast of Arctic air will send temperatures plunging Wednesday
night. Stiff northerly winds of 15 to 25 mph will drop wind chills
into the teens and 20s behind the front. By Thursday morning, low
temperatures will range from the upper teens in northern Lea
County to around 30 near Fort Stockton and 40 to 45 along the Rio
Grande.

As cold, northeast upslope winds push into The Trans Pecos after
midnight, an upper disturbance will approach and could develop a
wintry mix of freezing rain, snow, sleet, and rain along the
Interstate 10 corridor and higher terrain of the Davis Mountains
northward into the Permian Basin and southeast New Mexico. The
southern extent of the frozen precipitation will be along a line
extending from roughly Van Horn to Marfa to alpine to Sheffield.
Although precipitation amounts are expected to be light, dangerous
travel conditions could exist in these areas late Wednesday night
into Thursday as high temperatures are expected to stay in the 30s
except along the Rio Grande. Friday morning will be even colder,
so prepare your plants, pipes, pets, and vehicles for cold
weather. Keep abreast of the latest weather forecasts and
information for possible changes.