Hamilton Severe Watches & Warnings NOAA Weather Radio

Watches & Warnings

Special Statement
Issued: 9:38 PM CST Jan. 17, 2018 – National Weather Service

... Very cold temperatures and patchy ice on roads through
the morning...

An Arctic airmass will settle across the area overnight with
temperatures dropping down into the single digits areawide. Winds
will be light in the valley overnight, but still could see wind
chills approaching advisory level criteria in the plus 5 to minus
5 degree range. Dress warmly if you must go outside and keep a
winter travel kit in your vehicle. In addition, moisture on area
roadways will refreeze tonight creating black ice. Please use
extra caution while traveling tonight.




1038 PM EST Wed Jan 17 2018 /938 PM CST Wed Jan 17 2018/

... Very cold temperatures and patchy ice on roads through
the morning...

An Arctic airmass will settle across the area overnight with
temperatures dropping down into the single digits areawide. Winds
will be light in the valley overnight, but still could see wind
chills approaching advisory level criteria in the plus 5 to minus
5 degree range. Dress warmly if you must go outside and keep a
winter travel kit in your vehicle. In addition, moisture on area
roadways will refreeze tonight creating black ice. Please use
extra caution while traveling tonight.



146 PM EST Wed Jan 17 2018 /1246 PM CST Wed Jan 17 2018/

... Very cold temperatures and patchy ice on roads through Thursday
morning...

An Arctic airmass will settle across the area overnight with
temperatures dropping down into the single digits areawide. Winds
will be light in the valley overnight, but still could see wind
chills approaching advisory level criteria in the plus 5 to minus
5 degree range. Dress warmly if you must go outside and keep a
winter travel kit in your vehicle. In addition, moisture on area
roadways will refreeze tonight creating black ice. Please use
extra caution while traveling tonight.



146 PM EST Wed Jan 17 2018 /1246 PM CST Wed Jan 17 2018/

... Very cold temperatures and patchy ice on roads through Thursday
morning...

An Arctic airmass will settle across the area overnight with
temperatures dropping down into the single digits areawide. Winds
will be light in the valley overnight, but still could see wind
chills approaching advisory level criteria in the plus 5 to minus
5 degree range. Dress warmly if you must go outside and keep a
winter travel kit in your vehicle. In addition, moisture on area
roadways will refreeze tonight creating black ice. Please use
extra caution while traveling tonight.