Yazoo Mississippi Weather
Up to six inches of snow fell in parts of South Texas on Sunday night, the National Weather Service in Houston said. Up to 20 inches of rain fell in parts of South Texas through Sunday night, the National Weather Service said. On Sunday afternoon, after a day of heavy rain and snow in the Houston area, and Monday morning, a total of 2.5 inches, or about 1.6 inches, fell in a single day in some areas of Houston, Texas, on Sunday, January 1, 2017. The National Weather Service in Houston reported Sunday night that it was possible that just 1 inch or up to 3.0 inches had fallen in a day over parts of Texas and the Gulf of Mexico.
The National Weather Service in Houston reported Sunday night that up to 4 inches of rain had fallen in parts of South Texas in one day.
Up to 4 inches of rain in one day had fallen northwest of Birmingham, Alabama, forecasters said, and bridges were icy in some places. Up to 3 inches of snow has fallen in northwest Birmingham and Alabama since Saturday, and some bridges have been icy in places, officials said.
The snow has contributed to slippery roads and power outages, and it is contributing to slipperiness on roads in Austin and College Station. A family takes time to enjoy the weather in their Austin area, near the College Station. The snow adds to the snow and causes obstructions on the roads with power cuts. This family is taking some time out with their family and they are currently enjoying the weather in the Austin / College area. These families are taking time out to themselves and their families, and the snow is contributing to slick roads and power outages. Some families take time out of their homes and enjoy the weather in this area near Austin or College Station.
The National Weather Service in Jackson reports 4 to 7 to 8 inches of rain, with the highest amounts occurring locally in some areas. Rain and sleet have not fallen and snow is missing, but it is still heavy enough to cause power outages.
The National Weather Service in Jackson says 2 to 4 inches of snow is expected in the area, including Vicksburg and Yazoo City. The National Weather Service reports 1 to 2 inches or 1.5 to 3 inches in some areas expected in the next 24 hours in an area that includes Vickburg, Yazoo City and Jackson, Mississippi, the National Weather Service in Jackson said that 3 to 5 inches and 1 inch of rain are expected for the region from Tuesday, November 1, 2017, through Thursday, December 2, 2016, in areas such as Vickersburg or Yazoo City and the Mississippi Gulf Coast, according to a press release from the Jackson NWS office on Wednesday, January 10, 2018. The National Weather Service reports 2 to 4 feet of rainfall in this area, which includes Vicksburgh and Yazoo City, with the highest amounts of 1 to 2 feet in parts of the state.
KSLA - A total of about 4 inches of snow is expected in areas from Center, Texas, to Natchitoches, Louisiana, according to television reports. KSL a TV reported that 1 to 2 inches of snow is expected in an area from central Texas to NatchesitOChes over the next 24 hours, according to a press release from the Jackson NWS office on Wednesday, January 10, 2018, by the National Weather Service in Jackson, Mississippi, the National Weather Service office for the Mississippi Gulf Coast and Gulf of Mexico, K SLA TV reports that in some areas of Center in Texas and NATCHITOCHEES through Tuesday, November 1, 2017, through Thursday, December 2, 2016, a total of 3 to 5 inches or 1.5 to 3 inches of snow is expected in Vicksburg, Yazoo City, Jackson and Mississippi Gulf Coast, and in parts of Mississippi and Alabama, as well as parts of Arkansas, Arkansas and Louisiana, KLSA a -TV reports, with an average of 2 to 4 feet of rainfall expected in this area, with the highest amounts of
For the purposes of this report, the geographic coordinates for Yazoo City are the geographic coordinates of the National Weather Service's Office for the Mississippi Gulf Coast and Gulf of Mexico in Jackson.
Every day, different types of precipitation are observed, without trace sizes, and the percentage of time is classified as a percentage, with the sky covered by clouds. The most common form of moisture in the course of the year is rain alone, with the classification based on the number of days it rains, snows or both falls on the same day. Rain and snow overall, the time spent under a cloud cover, the amount of rain or snow in a single day, or the percentages of time spent with and without clouds.