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Old & New Weather Alerts This Morning Into Tonight : 12.9.09

[ 1 ] December 9, 2009 |

Nelson County, Virginia
Temps have slowly warmed overnight and continued slowly climbing early Wednesday morning. Areas above 2000′ saw icing overnight but no power outages were reported to CVEC as of early Wednesday morning, according to information in a post to their Facebook page. Though their Appomattox crew worked on a small outage in that area. The Winter Weather Advisory and Flood Watch are have expired or were cancelled by 7AM.

But, a Wind Advisory begins at 11AM and continues through much of tonight. Very high winds with gusts to 55 MPH can be expected as drier air moves into the area throughout the day.

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A Wind Advisory will begin at 11AM Wednesday morning and continues until 10PM Wednesday night.

A Winter Weather Advisory continues until EXPIRED @ 7 AM this morning, some light icing may remain in the mountains, but temperatures have warmed above freezing in most mountain locations.

A Flood Watch continues until 10AM was CANCELLED at 6:38 AM this morning. The possibility of heavy rain still exists, but has diminished.

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  1. John Taylor says:

    At 7 am here on “Wintergreen Mountain”, temps have warmed to 39F and it is drizzling. However, the untreated parking lots still have a thin sheet of ice and the car have a thin coating of ice. But it all seems manageable. I’ve seen it a lot worse. In fact, a thin coat of ice may be a good thing. Winds are starting to pick up and “daggers” of ice are falling from the trees. As soon as I can get the cars de-iced, I’m moving them away from trees.

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