National Weather Service Update: temperatures to continue to fall with wintry precipitation mix

Winter storm band over the Great State of Texas, 11:06 a.m., January 16, 2018. Source: National Weather Service.

Houston and Conroe, January 16 – The National Weather Service provided the following update to its forecast, while snow and a wintry mix have fallen throughout Montgomery County during the day on Tuesday, January 16, 2018.

National Weather Service Update:

“Temperatures will fall throughout the day. Areas of rain will continue
to gradually change over to a wintry mix from north to south as the
day progresses resulting in hazardous driving conditions. It will be
very cold tonight with lows ranging from the teens north to the 20s
all the way to the coast. Although precipitation will come to an end,
any remaining water from earlier activity could freeze and create
additional ice issues. A Hard Freeze Warning and a Wind Chill Advisory
will likely be needed. Please keep up with the latest forecasts.

“Cold temperatures can be expected Wednesday and Thursday and another
Hard Freeze Warning might be needed. A warming trend can be expected
at the end of the week and over the weekend.”



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