...WINTER STORM WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM 3 AM TUESDAY TO
MIDNIGHT CST WEDNESDAY NIGHT...
Freezing rain will be the primary hazard for all areas in the
warning with the potential of an eighth of an inch of ice
accumulations especially in any bands. Amounts of a few
hundredths to a tenth of an inch are more likely but these
amounts will still impact roads, bridges and overpasses.
Snowfall accumulations are more likely north of a Brenham, Conroe
to Livingston line. Again with any banded precipitation there is
the potential for snowfall greater than 1 to 2 inches. Most areas
may get 1 inch of snow and this may fall on top of freezing rain
* WHAT...Intermittent periods of winter weather across Southeast
- Freezing rain accumulation potentially an eighth of an inch or
more but with a tenth or less more likely. Minor ice
accumulations possible on power lines.
- Snowfall accumulation potentially 2 inches north of Brenham
to Livingston with 1 inch most likely. Trace snowfall amounts
possible north of Interstate 10 where freezing rain is most
- Hazardous wind chills in the single digits to teens Tuesday
* WHERE...Mainly north of Interstate 10
* WHEN...Tuesday morning through the evening
* ADDITIONAL DETAILS...Impacts of icing to elevated surfaces
such as bridges and overpasses. Road conditions will worsen
for areas with temperatures below freezing for a longer period
of time. Snow falling on top of any icy surfaces will cause
those surfaces to become even more icy.
A Winter Storm Warning means significant amounts of snow...
sleet...and ice are expected or occurring. Strong winds are also
possible. This will make travel very hazardous or impossible.