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TXZ012 Special Weather Statement issued November 27 at 10:02PM CST by NWS ... LIGHT SNOWFALL ACCUMULATIONS WITH LOCALLY HIGHER AMOUNTS FOR THE COMBINED PANHANDLES SATURDAY MORNING... An upper level low pressure system over central New Mexico is expected to enter the southern Texas Panhandle tomorrow morning. Snowfall is forecast to begin overnight tonight with the greatest potential for accumulations tomorrow morning between 6 AM and Special Weather Statement **************** ...LIGHT SNOWFALL ACCUMULATIONS WITH LOCALLY HIGHER AMOUNTS FOR THE COMBINED PANHANDLES SATURDAY MORNING... An upper level low pressure system over central New Mexico is expected to enter the southern Texas Panhandle tomorrow morning. Snowfall is forecast to begin overnight tonight with the greatest potential for accumulations tomorrow morning between 6 AM and noon. While snowfall totals will generally range from a light dusting to near an inch, snowbanding could set up with locally higher amounts. Snow will transition to a rain/snow mix, with some areas transitioning over to all rain, by tomorrow afternoon. Precipitation will end from west to east and come to an end by late Saturday evening for the region. Limited travel impacts could occur, mainly south of Interstate 40 and west of Interstate 27 in the southwestern Texas Panhandle, with slick roadways over elevated surfaced and potentially slushy roadways in those areas with higher snowfall accumulations.
Amarillo, Tx 79102
Updated: 11/27/2020 10:10 PM

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