National Weather Service issues weather advisory for Montgomery County, southeast Texas

Snow dinosaur, Nashville, Tennessee.

Houston and Conroe, January 16 – The National Weather Service has issued a weather advisory for Montgomery County and other portions of Southeast Texas.

The weather advisory follows

“A strong cold front will push through the area late tonight [Monday] with periods
of rain beginning overnight. Some of the rain could transition over
to a wintry mix before sunrise up north where the falling temperatures
approach the freezing mark.

“Temperatures will fall throughout the day on Tuesday with areas of rain
gradually changing over to a wintry mix from north to south as the
day progresses. Little to no accumulation is anticipated at this time.
However, if the accumulation risk grows or travel hazards increase,
a Winter Storm Watch or a Winter Storm Warning might be needed.

“Cold temperatures are expected Tuesday night in the wake of the front,
with lows reaching the upper teens to around 20 up north and in the
upper 20s at the coast. Any remaining water from Tuesday`s activity
could freeze and create additional ice issues. A Hard Freeze Warning
and a Wind Chill Advisory might be needed for portions of the area.
Please keep up with the latest forecasts.”



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