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000
FZUS81 KCLE 290316
ICELIO

GREAT LAKES ICE OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CLEVELAND OHIO
400 PM EST WED JAN 28 2015

ACTIVE WATCHES...WARNINGS...AND ADVISORIES ON THE GREAT LAKES CAN
BE FOUND AT...HTTP://WWW.CRH.NOAA.GOV/GREATLAKES/?C=HAZ&L=GL&P=A

5 DAY ICE DISCUSSION...
LOW PRESSURE WILL MOVE OVER THE WESTERN LAKES EARLY THURSDAY AND
THEN MOVE EAST ACROSS THE REMAINING LAKES BY EARLY FRIDAY.  ANOTHER
STRONG AREA OF ARCTIC HIGH PRESSURE WILL BUILD OVER THE REGION
BEHIND THE LOW. ON SATURDAY THE HIGH WILL BE CENTERED OVER THE UPPER
OHIO VALLEY. ANOTHER LOW WILL MOVE UP THE OHIO VALLEY ON SUNDAY.
ARCTIC HIGH PRESSURE WILL BEGIN TO BUILD OVER THE REGION FROM THE
NORTHWEST ON MONDAY.

TEMPERATURES ON THE NORTHERN LAKES WILL AVERAGE ABOVE NORMAL THROUGH
THURSDAY AND THEN BE BELOW NORMAL BOTH FRIDAY THROUGH MONDAY.
TEMPERATURES ON THE REMAINING LAKES WILL BECOME NEAR NORMAL ON
THURSDAY AND BELOW TO MUCH BELOW NORMAL THE REMAINDER OF THE PERIOD.
MAINLY MODERATE ICE GROWTH IS EXPECTED THROUGH MIDWEEK BUT RAPID ICE
GROWTH IS EXPECTED FOR THE END OF THE WEEK AND WEEKEND.

THE GREAT LAKES ICE ANALYSIS PRODUCTS CAN BE FOUND AT:

HTTP://WWW.NATICE.NOAA.GOV/PRODUCTS/GREAT_LAKES.HTML

AND

HTTP://WWW.GLERL.NOAA.GOV/DATA/ICE/#CURRENTCONDITIONS


TEMPERATURE  FORECASTS FOR SELECTED CITIES...


 LOCATION   01/29   01/30   01/31   02/01   02/02   02/03
   DULUTH  24  24  -1  17  10  22  -3   6 -11   3  -7  11
MARQUETTE  26  28   5  13   4  21   8  11  -1   6  -4  10
 GREENBAY  28  33   8  18   9  26  13  18   1  10  -4  13
MILWAUKEE  30  36  16  21  14  29  21  27   7  12  -1  16
  CHICAGO  32  37  18  25  17  31  25  30  10  14   1  16
 MUSKEGON  32  35  19  24  15  28  21  26  13  17  10  19
   ALPENA  22  30   5  14   2  23  10  21   5  12  -2  15
  DETROIT  21  33  13  19   9  22  17  27  14  19   4  17
   TOLEDO  23  37  14  19   3  22  16  24  10  13   0  13
CLEVELAND  22  38  15  18   3  20  16  28  17  18   3  16
  BUFFALO   6  34  14  16   0  16   9  24  13  15  -1  12


A FULL GRAPHICAL FORECAST OF THE GREAT LAKES FORECAST TEMPERATURES
CAN BE FOUND AT:
HTTP://WWW.CRH.NOAA.GOV/GREATLAKES/?C=MAP&L=GL&P=A&M=TE

A FULL GRAPHICAL FORECAST OF WIND ON THE GREAT LAKES CAN BE FOUND AT:
HTTP://WWW.CRH.NOAA.GOV/GREATLAKES/?C=MAP&L=GL&P=A&M=WS

FREEZING DEGREE DAY ACCUMULATIONS AT SELECTED STATIONS COMPARED TO
NORMAL CALCULATED ON WED JAN 28:

LOCATION           DATE   NORMAL CURRENT
----------------------------------------

   DULUTH,   MN  JAN   27 1246 1182
MARQUETTE,   MI  JAN   27  993 1261
SAU_S_MAR,   MI  JAN   27  767  936
 GREENBAY,   WI  JAN   27  770  763
MILWAUKEE,   WI  JAN   27  437  384
  CHICAGO,   IL  JAN   27  353  353
 MUSKEGON,   MI  JAN   27  242  261
   ALPENA,   MI  JAN   27  565  677
  DETROIT,   MI  JAN   27  250  320
   TOLEDO,   OH  JAN   27  260  339
CLEVELAND,   OH  JAN   27  137  252
  BUFFALO,   NY  JAN   27  266  319


NORMAL TEMPS FOR SELECTED LOCATIONS AROUND THE
GREAT LAKES FOR WED JAN 28

LOCATION     HIGH LOW
----------------------------------------------

    DULUTH,MN  21   1
 MARQUETTE,MI  23   7
  GREENBAY,WI  21   1
 MILWAUKEE,WI  31  17
   CHICAGO,IL  32  16
  MUSKEGON,MI  30  15
    ALPENA,MI  21   1
   DETROIT,MI  32  17
    TOLEDO,OH  32  17
 CLEVELAND,OH  34  19
   BUFFALO,NY  31  17
   BUFFALO,NY  31  17

NOTE: ALL WEB SITE ADDRESSES SHOULD BE ENTERED INTO YOUR BROWSER IN
LOWER CASE.

$$









000
FZUS81 KCLE 290316
ICELIO

GREAT LAKES ICE OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CLEVELAND OHIO
400 PM EST WED JAN 28 2015

ACTIVE WATCHES...WARNINGS...AND ADVISORIES ON THE GREAT LAKES CAN
BE FOUND AT...HTTP://WWW.CRH.NOAA.GOV/GREATLAKES/?C=HAZ&L=GL&P=A

5 DAY ICE DISCUSSION...
LOW PRESSURE WILL MOVE OVER THE WESTERN LAKES EARLY THURSDAY AND
THEN MOVE EAST ACROSS THE REMAINING LAKES BY EARLY FRIDAY.  ANOTHER
STRONG AREA OF ARCTIC HIGH PRESSURE WILL BUILD OVER THE REGION
BEHIND THE LOW. ON SATURDAY THE HIGH WILL BE CENTERED OVER THE UPPER
OHIO VALLEY. ANOTHER LOW WILL MOVE UP THE OHIO VALLEY ON SUNDAY.
ARCTIC HIGH PRESSURE WILL BEGIN TO BUILD OVER THE REGION FROM THE
NORTHWEST ON MONDAY.

TEMPERATURES ON THE NORTHERN LAKES WILL AVERAGE ABOVE NORMAL THROUGH
THURSDAY AND THEN BE BELOW NORMAL BOTH FRIDAY THROUGH MONDAY.
TEMPERATURES ON THE REMAINING LAKES WILL BECOME NEAR NORMAL ON
THURSDAY AND BELOW TO MUCH BELOW NORMAL THE REMAINDER OF THE PERIOD.
MAINLY MODERATE ICE GROWTH IS EXPECTED THROUGH MIDWEEK BUT RAPID ICE
GROWTH IS EXPECTED FOR THE END OF THE WEEK AND WEEKEND.

THE GREAT LAKES ICE ANALYSIS PRODUCTS CAN BE FOUND AT:

HTTP://WWW.NATICE.NOAA.GOV/PRODUCTS/GREAT_LAKES.HTML

AND

HTTP://WWW.GLERL.NOAA.GOV/DATA/ICE/#CURRENTCONDITIONS


TEMPERATURE  FORECASTS FOR SELECTED CITIES...


 LOCATION   01/29   01/30   01/31   02/01   02/02   02/03
   DULUTH  24  24  -1  17  10  22  -3   6 -11   3  -7  11
MARQUETTE  26  28   5  13   4  21   8  11  -1   6  -4  10
 GREENBAY  28  33   8  18   9  26  13  18   1  10  -4  13
MILWAUKEE  30  36  16  21  14  29  21  27   7  12  -1  16
  CHICAGO  32  37  18  25  17  31  25  30  10  14   1  16
 MUSKEGON  32  35  19  24  15  28  21  26  13  17  10  19
   ALPENA  22  30   5  14   2  23  10  21   5  12  -2  15
  DETROIT  21  33  13  19   9  22  17  27  14  19   4  17
   TOLEDO  23  37  14  19   3  22  16  24  10  13   0  13
CLEVELAND  22  38  15  18   3  20  16  28  17  18   3  16
  BUFFALO   6  34  14  16   0  16   9  24  13  15  -1  12


A FULL GRAPHICAL FORECAST OF THE GREAT LAKES FORECAST TEMPERATURES
CAN BE FOUND AT:
HTTP://WWW.CRH.NOAA.GOV/GREATLAKES/?C=MAP&L=GL&P=A&M=TE

A FULL GRAPHICAL FORECAST OF WIND ON THE GREAT LAKES CAN BE FOUND AT:
HTTP://WWW.CRH.NOAA.GOV/GREATLAKES/?C=MAP&L=GL&P=A&M=WS

FREEZING DEGREE DAY ACCUMULATIONS AT SELECTED STATIONS COMPARED TO
NORMAL CALCULATED ON WED JAN 28:

LOCATION           DATE   NORMAL CURRENT
----------------------------------------

   DULUTH,   MN  JAN   27 1246 1182
MARQUETTE,   MI  JAN   27  993 1261
SAU_S_MAR,   MI  JAN   27  767  936
 GREENBAY,   WI  JAN   27  770  763
MILWAUKEE,   WI  JAN   27  437  384
  CHICAGO,   IL  JAN   27  353  353
 MUSKEGON,   MI  JAN   27  242  261
   ALPENA,   MI  JAN   27  565  677
  DETROIT,   MI  JAN   27  250  320
   TOLEDO,   OH  JAN   27  260  339
CLEVELAND,   OH  JAN   27  137  252
  BUFFALO,   NY  JAN   27  266  319


NORMAL TEMPS FOR SELECTED LOCATIONS AROUND THE
GREAT LAKES FOR WED JAN 28

LOCATION     HIGH LOW
----------------------------------------------

    DULUTH,MN  21   1
 MARQUETTE,MI  23   7
  GREENBAY,WI  21   1
 MILWAUKEE,WI  31  17
   CHICAGO,IL  32  16
  MUSKEGON,MI  30  15
    ALPENA,MI  21   1
   DETROIT,MI  32  17
    TOLEDO,OH  32  17
 CLEVELAND,OH  34  19
   BUFFALO,NY  31  17
   BUFFALO,NY  31  17

NOTE: ALL WEB SITE ADDRESSES SHOULD BE ENTERED INTO YOUR BROWSER IN
LOWER CASE.

$$









000
FZUS81 KCLE 290316
ICELIO

GREAT LAKES ICE OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CLEVELAND OHIO
400 PM EST WED JAN 28 2015

ACTIVE WATCHES...WARNINGS...AND ADVISORIES ON THE GREAT LAKES CAN
BE FOUND AT...HTTP://WWW.CRH.NOAA.GOV/GREATLAKES/?C=HAZ&L=GL&P=A

5 DAY ICE DISCUSSION...
LOW PRESSURE WILL MOVE OVER THE WESTERN LAKES EARLY THURSDAY AND
THEN MOVE EAST ACROSS THE REMAINING LAKES BY EARLY FRIDAY.  ANOTHER
STRONG AREA OF ARCTIC HIGH PRESSURE WILL BUILD OVER THE REGION
BEHIND THE LOW. ON SATURDAY THE HIGH WILL BE CENTERED OVER THE UPPER
OHIO VALLEY. ANOTHER LOW WILL MOVE UP THE OHIO VALLEY ON SUNDAY.
ARCTIC HIGH PRESSURE WILL BEGIN TO BUILD OVER THE REGION FROM THE
NORTHWEST ON MONDAY.

TEMPERATURES ON THE NORTHERN LAKES WILL AVERAGE ABOVE NORMAL THROUGH
THURSDAY AND THEN BE BELOW NORMAL BOTH FRIDAY THROUGH MONDAY.
TEMPERATURES ON THE REMAINING LAKES WILL BECOME NEAR NORMAL ON
THURSDAY AND BELOW TO MUCH BELOW NORMAL THE REMAINDER OF THE PERIOD.
MAINLY MODERATE ICE GROWTH IS EXPECTED THROUGH MIDWEEK BUT RAPID ICE
GROWTH IS EXPECTED FOR THE END OF THE WEEK AND WEEKEND.

THE GREAT LAKES ICE ANALYSIS PRODUCTS CAN BE FOUND AT:

HTTP://WWW.NATICE.NOAA.GOV/PRODUCTS/GREAT_LAKES.HTML

AND

HTTP://WWW.GLERL.NOAA.GOV/DATA/ICE/#CURRENTCONDITIONS


TEMPERATURE  FORECASTS FOR SELECTED CITIES...


 LOCATION   01/29   01/30   01/31   02/01   02/02   02/03
   DULUTH  24  24  -1  17  10  22  -3   6 -11   3  -7  11
MARQUETTE  26  28   5  13   4  21   8  11  -1   6  -4  10
 GREENBAY  28  33   8  18   9  26  13  18   1  10  -4  13
MILWAUKEE  30  36  16  21  14  29  21  27   7  12  -1  16
  CHICAGO  32  37  18  25  17  31  25  30  10  14   1  16
 MUSKEGON  32  35  19  24  15  28  21  26  13  17  10  19
   ALPENA  22  30   5  14   2  23  10  21   5  12  -2  15
  DETROIT  21  33  13  19   9  22  17  27  14  19   4  17
   TOLEDO  23  37  14  19   3  22  16  24  10  13   0  13
CLEVELAND  22  38  15  18   3  20  16  28  17  18   3  16
  BUFFALO   6  34  14  16   0  16   9  24  13  15  -1  12


A FULL GRAPHICAL FORECAST OF THE GREAT LAKES FORECAST TEMPERATURES
CAN BE FOUND AT:
HTTP://WWW.CRH.NOAA.GOV/GREATLAKES/?C=MAP&L=GL&P=A&M=TE

A FULL GRAPHICAL FORECAST OF WIND ON THE GREAT LAKES CAN BE FOUND AT:
HTTP://WWW.CRH.NOAA.GOV/GREATLAKES/?C=MAP&L=GL&P=A&M=WS

FREEZING DEGREE DAY ACCUMULATIONS AT SELECTED STATIONS COMPARED TO
NORMAL CALCULATED ON WED JAN 28:

LOCATION           DATE   NORMAL CURRENT
----------------------------------------

   DULUTH,   MN  JAN   27 1246 1182
MARQUETTE,   MI  JAN   27  993 1261
SAU_S_MAR,   MI  JAN   27  767  936
 GREENBAY,   WI  JAN   27  770  763
MILWAUKEE,   WI  JAN   27  437  384
  CHICAGO,   IL  JAN   27  353  353
 MUSKEGON,   MI  JAN   27  242  261
   ALPENA,   MI  JAN   27  565  677
  DETROIT,   MI  JAN   27  250  320
   TOLEDO,   OH  JAN   27  260  339
CLEVELAND,   OH  JAN   27  137  252
  BUFFALO,   NY  JAN   27  266  319


NORMAL TEMPS FOR SELECTED LOCATIONS AROUND THE
GREAT LAKES FOR WED JAN 28

LOCATION     HIGH LOW
----------------------------------------------

    DULUTH,MN  21   1
 MARQUETTE,MI  23   7
  GREENBAY,WI  21   1
 MILWAUKEE,WI  31  17
   CHICAGO,IL  32  16
  MUSKEGON,MI  30  15
    ALPENA,MI  21   1
   DETROIT,MI  32  17
    TOLEDO,OH  32  17
 CLEVELAND,OH  34  19
   BUFFALO,NY  31  17
   BUFFALO,NY  31  17

NOTE: ALL WEB SITE ADDRESSES SHOULD BE ENTERED INTO YOUR BROWSER IN
LOWER CASE.

$$









000
FZUS81 KCLE 290316
ICELIO

GREAT LAKES ICE OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CLEVELAND OHIO
400 PM EST WED JAN 28 2015

ACTIVE WATCHES...WARNINGS...AND ADVISORIES ON THE GREAT LAKES CAN
BE FOUND AT...HTTP://WWW.CRH.NOAA.GOV/GREATLAKES/?C=HAZ&L=GL&P=A

5 DAY ICE DISCUSSION...
LOW PRESSURE WILL MOVE OVER THE WESTERN LAKES EARLY THURSDAY AND
THEN MOVE EAST ACROSS THE REMAINING LAKES BY EARLY FRIDAY.  ANOTHER
STRONG AREA OF ARCTIC HIGH PRESSURE WILL BUILD OVER THE REGION
BEHIND THE LOW. ON SATURDAY THE HIGH WILL BE CENTERED OVER THE UPPER
OHIO VALLEY. ANOTHER LOW WILL MOVE UP THE OHIO VALLEY ON SUNDAY.
ARCTIC HIGH PRESSURE WILL BEGIN TO BUILD OVER THE REGION FROM THE
NORTHWEST ON MONDAY.

TEMPERATURES ON THE NORTHERN LAKES WILL AVERAGE ABOVE NORMAL THROUGH
THURSDAY AND THEN BE BELOW NORMAL BOTH FRIDAY THROUGH MONDAY.
TEMPERATURES ON THE REMAINING LAKES WILL BECOME NEAR NORMAL ON
THURSDAY AND BELOW TO MUCH BELOW NORMAL THE REMAINDER OF THE PERIOD.
MAINLY MODERATE ICE GROWTH IS EXPECTED THROUGH MIDWEEK BUT RAPID ICE
GROWTH IS EXPECTED FOR THE END OF THE WEEK AND WEEKEND.

THE GREAT LAKES ICE ANALYSIS PRODUCTS CAN BE FOUND AT:

HTTP://WWW.NATICE.NOAA.GOV/PRODUCTS/GREAT_LAKES.HTML

AND

HTTP://WWW.GLERL.NOAA.GOV/DATA/ICE/#CURRENTCONDITIONS


TEMPERATURE  FORECASTS FOR SELECTED CITIES...


 LOCATION   01/29   01/30   01/31   02/01   02/02   02/03
   DULUTH  24  24  -1  17  10  22  -3   6 -11   3  -7  11
MARQUETTE  26  28   5  13   4  21   8  11  -1   6  -4  10
 GREENBAY  28  33   8  18   9  26  13  18   1  10  -4  13
MILWAUKEE  30  36  16  21  14  29  21  27   7  12  -1  16
  CHICAGO  32  37  18  25  17  31  25  30  10  14   1  16
 MUSKEGON  32  35  19  24  15  28  21  26  13  17  10  19
   ALPENA  22  30   5  14   2  23  10  21   5  12  -2  15
  DETROIT  21  33  13  19   9  22  17  27  14  19   4  17
   TOLEDO  23  37  14  19   3  22  16  24  10  13   0  13
CLEVELAND  22  38  15  18   3  20  16  28  17  18   3  16
  BUFFALO   6  34  14  16   0  16   9  24  13  15  -1  12


A FULL GRAPHICAL FORECAST OF THE GREAT LAKES FORECAST TEMPERATURES
CAN BE FOUND AT:
HTTP://WWW.CRH.NOAA.GOV/GREATLAKES/?C=MAP&L=GL&P=A&M=TE

A FULL GRAPHICAL FORECAST OF WIND ON THE GREAT LAKES CAN BE FOUND AT:
HTTP://WWW.CRH.NOAA.GOV/GREATLAKES/?C=MAP&L=GL&P=A&M=WS

FREEZING DEGREE DAY ACCUMULATIONS AT SELECTED STATIONS COMPARED TO
NORMAL CALCULATED ON WED JAN 28:

LOCATION           DATE   NORMAL CURRENT
----------------------------------------

   DULUTH,   MN  JAN   27 1246 1182
MARQUETTE,   MI  JAN   27  993 1261
SAU_S_MAR,   MI  JAN   27  767  936
 GREENBAY,   WI  JAN   27  770  763
MILWAUKEE,   WI  JAN   27  437  384
  CHICAGO,   IL  JAN   27  353  353
 MUSKEGON,   MI  JAN   27  242  261
   ALPENA,   MI  JAN   27  565  677
  DETROIT,   MI  JAN   27  250  320
   TOLEDO,   OH  JAN   27  260  339
CLEVELAND,   OH  JAN   27  137  252
  BUFFALO,   NY  JAN   27  266  319


NORMAL TEMPS FOR SELECTED LOCATIONS AROUND THE
GREAT LAKES FOR WED JAN 28

LOCATION     HIGH LOW
----------------------------------------------

    DULUTH,MN  21   1
 MARQUETTE,MI  23   7
  GREENBAY,WI  21   1
 MILWAUKEE,WI  31  17
   CHICAGO,IL  32  16
  MUSKEGON,MI  30  15
    ALPENA,MI  21   1
   DETROIT,MI  32  17
    TOLEDO,OH  32  17
 CLEVELAND,OH  34  19
   BUFFALO,NY  31  17
   BUFFALO,NY  31  17

NOTE: ALL WEB SITE ADDRESSES SHOULD BE ENTERED INTO YOUR BROWSER IN
LOWER CASE.

$$









000
FZAK80 PAFC 282312
ICEAFC

SEA ICE ADVISORY FOR WESTERN AND ARCTIC ALASKAN COASTAL WATERS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ANCHORAGE ALASKA
215 PM AKST WEDNESDAY 28 JANUARY 2015

FORECAST VALID...MONDAY 2 FEBRUARY 2015

ANALYSIS CONFIDENCE...MODERATE

SYNOPSIS...A LARGE LOW OVER THE GULF OF ALASKA IS EXPECTED TO
PERSIST THROUGH MONDAY. A RIDGE OF HIGH PRESSURE OVER THE CENTRAL
BERING SEA WILL SLOWLY SHIFT EAST OVER MAINLAND ALASKA THIS
WEEKEND... AS ANOTHER WEAK LOW MOVES OVER THE WESTERN BERING SEA
SUNDAY.

-ARCTIC OCEAN-
-BEAUFORT SEA-
-CHUKCHI SEA-
PKZ500-WESTERN US ARCTIC OFFSHORE-
PKZ505-CENTRAL US ARCTIC OFFSHORE-
PKZ510-EASTERN US ARCTIC OFFSHORE-
PKZ220-WALES TO CAPE THOMPSON-
PKZ225-CAPE THOMPSON TO CAPE BEAUFORT-
PKZ230-CAPE BEAUFORT TO POINT FRANKLIN-
PKZ235-POINT FRANKLIN TO CAPE HALKETT-
PKZ240-CAPE HALKETT TO FLAXMAN ISLAND-
PKZ245-FLAXMAN ISLAND TO DEMARCATION POINT-

ICE COVERED.

-BERING SEA-

PKZ215-KOTZEBUE SOUND-
PKZ200-NORTON SOUND-
PKZ210-DALL POINT TO WALES-
PKZ160-BRISTOL BAY-
PKZ180-KUSKOKWIM DELTA AND ETOLIN STRAIT-
PKZ181-NORTH AND WEST OF NUNIVAK ISLAND-

THE MAIN ICE EDGE LIES FROM THE ALASKA COAST NEAR 57.4N 158.1W TO
58.0N 157.9W TO 58.6N 166.6W TO 59.6N 170.7W TO 61.3N 171.5W TO
62.7N 177.0W AND CONTINUES ALONG THE RUSSIAN COAST. THE ICE EDGE IS
MAINLY OPEN WATER.

FORECAST THROUGH MONDAY FOR THE BERING SEA EAST OF 175W...NORTHERLY
TO NORTHEASTERLY FLOW IS EXPECTED TO PERSIST OVER THE ICE EDGE
THROUGH MONDAY. THE ICE EDGE IS EXPECTED TO SHIFT TO THE SOUTHWEST
20 TO 35 NM THROUGH MONDAY.

FORECAST THROUGH MONDAY FOR THE BERING SEA WEST OF 175W...SOUTHERLY
TO EASTERLY FLOW IS EXPECTED TO PERSIST THROUGH SUNDAY... BECOMING
LIGHTER AND VARIABLE ON MONDAY. THE ICE EDGE IS EXPECTED TO SHIFT TO
THE NORTHWEST 10 TO 25 NM THROUGH MONDAY.

-COOK INLET-
PKZ140-COOK INLET NORTH OF KAMISHAK BAY AND ENGLISH BAY-

COOK INLET ANALYSIS CONFIDENCE...MODERATE

SYNOPSIS FOR COOK INLET...A LARGE LOW OVER THE GULF OF ALASKA IS
EXPECTED TO PERSIST THROUGH MONDAY... WITH TEMPERATURES EXPECTED TO
SLOWLY INCREASE THROUGHOUT THIS WEEKEND.

THE MAIN ICE EDGE LIES FROM THE COAST NEAR 60.3N 151.3W TO 60.6N
151.4W TO 60.6N 151.6W TO 60.7N 151.8W TO 60.4N 152.3W. THE ICE EDGE
IS 1 TO 3 TENTHS NEW SEA ICE. LOW CONCENTRATIONS OF ICE ARE ALSO
PRESENT IN SHALLOW BAYS ALONG THE WEST COAST OF LOWER COOK INLET.

FORECAST FOR COOK INLET THROUGH MONDAY...NORTHERLY FLOW IS EXPECTED
TO PERSIST OVER MUCH OF THE INLET WITH TEMPERATURES SLOWLY RISING TO
NEAR NORMAL BY THE WEEKEND. DUE TO THE NORTHERLY WIND FLOW... IT IS
POSSIBLE THAT SOME SEA ICE MAY PASS INTO LOWER COOK INLET... LIKELY
NEAR THE WEST FORELAND MOVING WITH THE TIDES THROUGH MONDAY. THE
OVERALL ICE EDGE MAY EXPAND UP TO 15 NM TO THE SOUTH IN LOWER COOK
INLET THROUGH MONDAY.

PLEASE NOTE...COOK INLET SEA ICE CHANGES SIGNIFICANTLY WITH THE
TIDES.

$$


000
FZAK80 PAFC 282312
ICEAFC

SEA ICE ADVISORY FOR WESTERN AND ARCTIC ALASKAN COASTAL WATERS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ANCHORAGE ALASKA
215 PM AKST WEDNESDAY 28 JANUARY 2015

FORECAST VALID...MONDAY 2 FEBRUARY 2015

ANALYSIS CONFIDENCE...MODERATE

SYNOPSIS...A LARGE LOW OVER THE GULF OF ALASKA IS EXPECTED TO
PERSIST THROUGH MONDAY. A RIDGE OF HIGH PRESSURE OVER THE CENTRAL
BERING SEA WILL SLOWLY SHIFT EAST OVER MAINLAND ALASKA THIS
WEEKEND... AS ANOTHER WEAK LOW MOVES OVER THE WESTERN BERING SEA
SUNDAY.

-ARCTIC OCEAN-
-BEAUFORT SEA-
-CHUKCHI SEA-
PKZ500-WESTERN US ARCTIC OFFSHORE-
PKZ505-CENTRAL US ARCTIC OFFSHORE-
PKZ510-EASTERN US ARCTIC OFFSHORE-
PKZ220-WALES TO CAPE THOMPSON-
PKZ225-CAPE THOMPSON TO CAPE BEAUFORT-
PKZ230-CAPE BEAUFORT TO POINT FRANKLIN-
PKZ235-POINT FRANKLIN TO CAPE HALKETT-
PKZ240-CAPE HALKETT TO FLAXMAN ISLAND-
PKZ245-FLAXMAN ISLAND TO DEMARCATION POINT-

ICE COVERED.

-BERING SEA-

PKZ215-KOTZEBUE SOUND-
PKZ200-NORTON SOUND-
PKZ210-DALL POINT TO WALES-
PKZ160-BRISTOL BAY-
PKZ180-KUSKOKWIM DELTA AND ETOLIN STRAIT-
PKZ181-NORTH AND WEST OF NUNIVAK ISLAND-

THE MAIN ICE EDGE LIES FROM THE ALASKA COAST NEAR 57.4N 158.1W TO
58.0N 157.9W TO 58.6N 166.6W TO 59.6N 170.7W TO 61.3N 171.5W TO
62.7N 177.0W AND CONTINUES ALONG THE RUSSIAN COAST. THE ICE EDGE IS
MAINLY OPEN WATER.

FORECAST THROUGH MONDAY FOR THE BERING SEA EAST OF 175W...NORTHERLY
TO NORTHEASTERLY FLOW IS EXPECTED TO PERSIST OVER THE ICE EDGE
THROUGH MONDAY. THE ICE EDGE IS EXPECTED TO SHIFT TO THE SOUTHWEST
20 TO 35 NM THROUGH MONDAY.

FORECAST THROUGH MONDAY FOR THE BERING SEA WEST OF 175W...SOUTHERLY
TO EASTERLY FLOW IS EXPECTED TO PERSIST THROUGH SUNDAY... BECOMING
LIGHTER AND VARIABLE ON MONDAY. THE ICE EDGE IS EXPECTED TO SHIFT TO
THE NORTHWEST 10 TO 25 NM THROUGH MONDAY.

-COOK INLET-
PKZ140-COOK INLET NORTH OF KAMISHAK BAY AND ENGLISH BAY-

COOK INLET ANALYSIS CONFIDENCE...MODERATE

SYNOPSIS FOR COOK INLET...A LARGE LOW OVER THE GULF OF ALASKA IS
EXPECTED TO PERSIST THROUGH MONDAY... WITH TEMPERATURES EXPECTED TO
SLOWLY INCREASE THROUGHOUT THIS WEEKEND.

THE MAIN ICE EDGE LIES FROM THE COAST NEAR 60.3N 151.3W TO 60.6N
151.4W TO 60.6N 151.6W TO 60.7N 151.8W TO 60.4N 152.3W. THE ICE EDGE
IS 1 TO 3 TENTHS NEW SEA ICE. LOW CONCENTRATIONS OF ICE ARE ALSO
PRESENT IN SHALLOW BAYS ALONG THE WEST COAST OF LOWER COOK INLET.

FORECAST FOR COOK INLET THROUGH MONDAY...NORTHERLY FLOW IS EXPECTED
TO PERSIST OVER MUCH OF THE INLET WITH TEMPERATURES SLOWLY RISING TO
NEAR NORMAL BY THE WEEKEND. DUE TO THE NORTHERLY WIND FLOW... IT IS
POSSIBLE THAT SOME SEA ICE MAY PASS INTO LOWER COOK INLET... LIKELY
NEAR THE WEST FORELAND MOVING WITH THE TIDES THROUGH MONDAY. THE
OVERALL ICE EDGE MAY EXPAND UP TO 15 NM TO THE SOUTH IN LOWER COOK
INLET THROUGH MONDAY.

PLEASE NOTE...COOK INLET SEA ICE CHANGES SIGNIFICANTLY WITH THE
TIDES.

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FZAK80 PAFC 282312
ICEAFC

SEA ICE ADVISORY FOR WESTERN AND ARCTIC ALASKAN COASTAL WATERS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ANCHORAGE ALASKA
215 PM AKST WEDNESDAY 28 JANUARY 2015

FORECAST VALID...MONDAY 2 FEBRUARY 2015

ANALYSIS CONFIDENCE...MODERATE

SYNOPSIS...A LARGE LOW OVER THE GULF OF ALASKA IS EXPECTED TO
PERSIST THROUGH MONDAY. A RIDGE OF HIGH PRESSURE OVER THE CENTRAL
BERING SEA WILL SLOWLY SHIFT EAST OVER MAINLAND ALASKA THIS
WEEKEND... AS ANOTHER WEAK LOW MOVES OVER THE WESTERN BERING SEA
SUNDAY.

-ARCTIC OCEAN-
-BEAUFORT SEA-
-CHUKCHI SEA-
PKZ500-WESTERN US ARCTIC OFFSHORE-
PKZ505-CENTRAL US ARCTIC OFFSHORE-
PKZ510-EASTERN US ARCTIC OFFSHORE-
PKZ220-WALES TO CAPE THOMPSON-
PKZ225-CAPE THOMPSON TO CAPE BEAUFORT-
PKZ230-CAPE BEAUFORT TO POINT FRANKLIN-
PKZ235-POINT FRANKLIN TO CAPE HALKETT-
PKZ240-CAPE HALKETT TO FLAXMAN ISLAND-
PKZ245-FLAXMAN ISLAND TO DEMARCATION POINT-

ICE COVERED.

-BERING SEA-

PKZ215-KOTZEBUE SOUND-
PKZ200-NORTON SOUND-
PKZ210-DALL POINT TO WALES-
PKZ160-BRISTOL BAY-
PKZ180-KUSKOKWIM DELTA AND ETOLIN STRAIT-
PKZ181-NORTH AND WEST OF NUNIVAK ISLAND-

THE MAIN ICE EDGE LIES FROM THE ALASKA COAST NEAR 57.4N 158.1W TO
58.0N 157.9W TO 58.6N 166.6W TO 59.6N 170.7W TO 61.3N 171.5W TO
62.7N 177.0W AND CONTINUES ALONG THE RUSSIAN COAST. THE ICE EDGE IS
MAINLY OPEN WATER.

FORECAST THROUGH MONDAY FOR THE BERING SEA EAST OF 175W...NORTHERLY
TO NORTHEASTERLY FLOW IS EXPECTED TO PERSIST OVER THE ICE EDGE
THROUGH MONDAY. THE ICE EDGE IS EXPECTED TO SHIFT TO THE SOUTHWEST
20 TO 35 NM THROUGH MONDAY.

FORECAST THROUGH MONDAY FOR THE BERING SEA WEST OF 175W...SOUTHERLY
TO EASTERLY FLOW IS EXPECTED TO PERSIST THROUGH SUNDAY... BECOMING
LIGHTER AND VARIABLE ON MONDAY. THE ICE EDGE IS EXPECTED TO SHIFT TO
THE NORTHWEST 10 TO 25 NM THROUGH MONDAY.

-COOK INLET-
PKZ140-COOK INLET NORTH OF KAMISHAK BAY AND ENGLISH BAY-

COOK INLET ANALYSIS CONFIDENCE...MODERATE

SYNOPSIS FOR COOK INLET...A LARGE LOW OVER THE GULF OF ALASKA IS
EXPECTED TO PERSIST THROUGH MONDAY... WITH TEMPERATURES EXPECTED TO
SLOWLY INCREASE THROUGHOUT THIS WEEKEND.

THE MAIN ICE EDGE LIES FROM THE COAST NEAR 60.3N 151.3W TO 60.6N
151.4W TO 60.6N 151.6W TO 60.7N 151.8W TO 60.4N 152.3W. THE ICE EDGE
IS 1 TO 3 TENTHS NEW SEA ICE. LOW CONCENTRATIONS OF ICE ARE ALSO
PRESENT IN SHALLOW BAYS ALONG THE WEST COAST OF LOWER COOK INLET.

FORECAST FOR COOK INLET THROUGH MONDAY...NORTHERLY FLOW IS EXPECTED
TO PERSIST OVER MUCH OF THE INLET WITH TEMPERATURES SLOWLY RISING TO
NEAR NORMAL BY THE WEEKEND. DUE TO THE NORTHERLY WIND FLOW... IT IS
POSSIBLE THAT SOME SEA ICE MAY PASS INTO LOWER COOK INLET... LIKELY
NEAR THE WEST FORELAND MOVING WITH THE TIDES THROUGH MONDAY. THE
OVERALL ICE EDGE MAY EXPAND UP TO 15 NM TO THE SOUTH IN LOWER COOK
INLET THROUGH MONDAY.

PLEASE NOTE...COOK INLET SEA ICE CHANGES SIGNIFICANTLY WITH THE
TIDES.




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