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 Winter Storm Watch  Statement as of 9:53 am EST on March 3, 2015


... Winter Storm Watch remains in effect from Wednesday afternoon
through Thursday afternoon...

* hazard types... potential heavy snow.

* Accumulations... snow accumulation of 6 to 9 inches.

* Timing... snow will overspread the area on Wednesday and remain
across the region through Thursday.

* Impacts... hazardous travel conditions are possible due to
reduced visibilities and snow accumulations.

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

Remember... a Winter Storm Watch means there is a potential for
significant snow... sleet... or ice accumulations that may impact
travel. Continue to monitor the latest forecasts. Stay tuned to
NOAA Weather Radio or your favorite source of information for the
latest updates. Additional details can also be found at
www.Weather.Gov/iln as well as on our facebook and twitter pages.





 Areal Flood Watch  Statement as of 8:50 am EST on March 3, 2015


... Flood Watch remains in effect from 7 PM EST this evening
through Wednesday afternoon...

The Flood Watch continues for

* portions of southeast Indiana... Kentucky and Ohio... including
the following areas... in southeast Indiana... Ohio and
Switzerland. In Kentucky... Boone... Bracken... Campbell...
Carroll... Gallatin... Grant... Kenton... Lewis... Mason... Owen...
Pendleton and Robertson. In Ohio... Adams... Brown... Clermont...
Clinton... Fairfield... Fayette OH... Hamilton... Highland...
Hocking... Pickaway... Pike... Ross... Scioto and Warren.

* From 7 PM EST this evening through Wednesday afternoon

* moderate to heavy rain will develop across the Flood Watch area this
evening. One to two inches of rain is likely across the watch
area before rain changes to snow through the day on Wednesday.
With plenty of snow on the ground and frozen soils... runoff from
the rainfall could be significant and lead to widespread
flooding of poorly drained areas... low lying areas... small
creeks and streams... and some rivers.

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

A Flood Watch means there is a potential for flooding based on
current forecasts.

You should monitor later forecasts and be alert for possible
flood warnings. Those living in areas prone to flooding should be
prepared to take action should flooding develop.





 Special Statement  Statement as of 9:54 am EST on March 3, 2015


... Slick roads and walkways possible this morning...

Although temperatures are rising above freezing... Road and walkway surface
temperatures are lagging. As precipitation increases from the west...
slick spots will be possible through noon.

Although any ice accumulation is expected to be very light... slick
spots will still be possible. Temperatures will continue to gradually
warm through the day with the icing potential ending. Use extra
caution if driving this morning.







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