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Special Statement
Issued: 8:09 PM EST Dec. 15, 2017 – National Weather Service

... Period of steady light to moderate snow this evening...

Light to moderate snow will continue this evening across central
and southern portions of Connecticut into Rhode Island and
southeast Massachusetts. The heaviest snow will fall through about
9 PM across Connecticut, but until 10 PM or 11 PM into Rhode
Island and southeast Massachusetts. Snowfall totals of 1 to 2
inches will be common across this area before snow tapers off
later this evening.

South of Providence, Taunton and Plymouth snow amounts will be
higher with totals of 2 to 4 inches expected. Given the cold
temperatures untreated surfaces especially secondary roadways will
become snow covered and slippery. Thus exercise caution and allow
extra time to reach your destination.


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809 PM EST Fri Dec 15 2017

... Period of steady light to moderate snow this evening...

Light to moderate snow will continue this evening across central
and southern portions of Connecticut into Rhode Island and
southeast Massachusetts. The heaviest snow will fall through about
9 PM across Connecticut, but until 10 PM or 11 PM into Rhode
Island and southeast Massachusetts. Snowfall totals of 1 to 2
inches will be common across this area before snow tapers off
later this evening.

South of Providence, Taunton and Plymouth snow amounts will be
higher with totals of 2 to 4 inches expected. Given the cold
temperatures untreated surfaces especially secondary roadways will
become snow covered and slippery. Thus exercise caution and allow
extra time to reach your destination.


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Public Information Statement
Issued: 4:58 PM EST Dec. 15, 2017 – National Weather Service

... National Weather Service Taunton offices relocating to
Norton, MA in February...

The National Weather Service (nws) southern New England weather
forecast office (wfo) and the northeast river forecast center
(nerfc) will be moving to a new building on or about February 27,
2018. The new office is located at 46 Commerce way in the Norton
Commerce park in Norton, MA. The radar will remain at the existing
location in Taunton, MA.

NWS forecast products and most services will be uninterrupted,
since during the move, WFO forecasters will be temporarily
relocating to the Gray, Maine forecast office and nerfc forecasters
will be temporarily relocating to NWS eastern region Headquarters
in Bohemia, New York.

Six NOAA Weather Radio transmitters will be temporarily off the air
for up to a couple of days during the move to the new facility.
These include:

Johnston, RI transmitter... ... wxj39... .162.400 mhz
Gloucester, MA transmitter... .wng574... 162.425 mhz
Blue Hill, MA transmitter... ..Khb35... .162.475 mhz
Somers, CT transmitter... ... ..wxj41... .162.475 mhz
Hyannis, MA transmitter... ... .kec73... .162.550 mhz
Paxton, MA transmitter... ... ..wxl93... .162.550 mhz

Because we are moving to a different town, all WFO and nerfc phone
numbers, except for the spotter 800 number, will be changing.
When these become known, we will provide further information.

We will provide an updated informational statement by the end of
January, as we get closer to the move date.


Field


458 PM EST Fri Dec 15 2017

... National Weather Service Taunton offices relocating to
Norton, MA in February...

The National Weather Service (nws) southern New England weather
forecast office (wfo) and the northeast river forecast center
(nerfc) will be moving to a new building on or about February 27,
2018. The new office is located at 46 Commerce way in the Norton
Commerce park in Norton, MA. The radar will remain at the existing
location in Taunton, MA.

NWS forecast products and most services will be uninterrupted,
since during the move, WFO forecasters will be temporarily
relocating to the Gray, Maine forecast office and nerfc forecasters
will be temporarily relocating to NWS eastern region Headquarters
in Bohemia, New York.

Six NOAA Weather Radio transmitters will be temporarily off the air
for up to a couple of days during the move to the new facility.
These include:

Johnston, RI transmitter... ... wxj39... .162.400 mhz
Gloucester, MA transmitter... .wng574... 162.425 mhz
Blue Hill, MA transmitter... ..Khb35... .162.475 mhz
Somers, CT transmitter... ... ..wxj41... .162.475 mhz
Hyannis, MA transmitter... ... .kec73... .162.550 mhz
Paxton, MA transmitter... ... ..wxl93... .162.550 mhz

Because we are moving to a different town, all WFO and nerfc phone
numbers, except for the spotter 800 number, will be changing.
When these become known, we will provide further information.

We will provide an updated informational statement by the end of
January, as we get closer to the move date.


Field

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