March 7, 2021

Weather News – Road Conditions – weather forecast

Sleet Being Reports in Tuscaloosa and Western Jefferson Counties; Reports to the West : The Alabama Weather Blog

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John Talbot reports sleet in Hueytown in western Jefferson County and relays a report of sleet in Oak Grove. MPing reports sleet in Tuscaloosa County as well. Temperatures across Central Alabama are in the upper 30s and lower 40s.

A large area of rain and snow is pushing across eastern Texas and much of Louisiana extending into southern Arkansas and western Mississippi at this hour.

Some reports from the area…weather, temperature/dew point, and wind (mph)

MISSISSIPPI
Natchez…Light Snow…34/32…NNW-7
Vicksburg…Unknown Precip (likely Sleet)…37/30…NNW-9

LOUISIANA
Alexandria…Light snow…32/31…N-9 mph
Fort Polk…Heavy Ice Pellets…34/32…N-9
DeRidder…Light Rain…34/34…NNE-9
Natchitoches…Light Snow…33/32…N-5
Shreveport Regional…Light Snow…34/31…NNE-9
Ruston…Light Snow…32/30…Calm
Monroe…Light Snow…34/31…NW-3

TEXAS
Lufkin…Light Snow…33/33
Longview…Snow…33/30…NNE-7
Tyler…Snow…33/30…NNE-7
Fort Worth…Light Snow…34/34…Calm
Abilene…Light Snow…32/31…NNW-9
Waco…Light Snow…34/32…NNW-9
Austin/Camp Mabry…35/32…NNW-8
Houston Intercontinental…Rain…35/32…NNE-12

SNOW REPORTS

AUSTIN AREA
Round Rock…5″
Austin Camp Mabry…1.5″
A trace as far south as San Marcos

COLLEGE STATION
1.5-3 inches around Bryan/College Station

DALLAS/FORT WORTH
Hillsboro…6″
Mosheim…9″ (Southwest of Metroplex)
Crowley…3.5″

WACO
4″ around Waco with multiple reports of trees and powerlines down from the wet snow

TYLER
Tyler…3.3″
Lufkin…1.5″
Longview…1″
Nacogdoches…3″

Category: Alabama’s Weather, ALL POSTS, Winter Weather

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