Miami Severe Watches & Warnings NOAA Weather Radio

Special Statement
Statement as of 9:37 AM CST op 01 februari 2015

...Potentially hazardous travel conditions this afternoon...

Winds will quickly increase from the north late this morning and this afternoon with occasional gusts to 40 mph. This will lead to some areas of blowing snow...particularly near the I-70 corridor where one to two inches of snow have already fallen. This may make it difficult to maintain clear roadways in these locations.

In addition...rapidly falling temperatures into the middle 20s this afternoon will cause any slush and water to freeze especially on any untreated roadways as well as bridges and overpasses. This may result in very hazardous and icy conditions in spots.

Motorists should use caution if traveling this afternoon and be prepared for quickly deteriorating travel conditions.

Record Report
Statement as of 12:47 am CST on February 01, 2015

...Record daily maximum rainfall set at St. Joseph MO...

A record rainfall of 1.1 inches was set at St. Joseph MO yesterday. This breaks the old record of 0.39 set in 1915.

Public Information Statement
Statement as of 12:01 PM CST on February 1, 2015

The NOAA Weather Radio station kec77 in Saint Joseph, MO, operating on a frequency of 162.400 mhz, is temporarily off the air due to a communications outage. We apologize for any inconvenience this outage may cause.

Some listeners may be able to receive coverage from nearby transmitters, including:

Kid77 in Kansas City...162.550 mhz kzz85 in Cameron...162.475 mhz kzz37 in Maryville...162.425 mhz

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