Hazardous weather outlook for Huron County

First, more cold; next, more snow.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Feb 26, 2014


Here is a hazardous weather outlook for Huron County provided by the National Weather Service in Cleveland:

A wind chill advisory for Huron County and the surrounding areas has been issued. It will be in effect until 10 a.m. Friday.

Wind chills will drop to between 5 and 10 degrees below zero tonight. Wind chill values may fall to as low as minus-15 for a period of time Thursday night before winds become light.

Accumulating snow is expected over the weekend as a low pressure system tracks northeast up the Tennessee valley.

Snow may develop as early as Saturday night and could continue into Monday. Accumulations will depend on the exact track and strength of the low pressure system but could be significant.


Brock Lee

no more wnter pls

Cliff Cannon

@ Brock Lee : Thanks for the gut laugh. Did you read what " kURTje " wrote ? You better get out there and enjoy winter,while you can :)


Quit it!!!


More frigid cold and snow? Didn't see that one coming!


Yeee Haaawww!!

Fibber Mcgee

Level one yet? it's blowing...


Its okay. Return of crows back by the river. Cardinal mating call sounded last Sunday. Man lies - nature doesn't. 20 days combined days tops of ucky weather. Spring just around the corner.

Really are you ...

Thank goodness for global warming. Think of the records we could have set.


You are right the vortex circulation, would have happened regardless !


Whoever said they love snow or song let it snow back in December, I hope they happy now.