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NOUS41 KLWX 031222
PNSLWX
MDZ003>005-VAZ028>031-507-WVZ050>053-031630-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BALTIMORE MD/WASHINGTON DC
822 AM EDT MON AUG 3 2015

...PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...

THE HAGERSTOWN NOAA WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTER WXM-42 LOCATED IN
CLEAR SPRINGS MARYLAND...BROADCASTING ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.475
MEGAHERTZ...WILL BE EXPERIENCING SIGNIFICANT OUTAGES DURING THE
WEEK OF AUGUST 10TH DUE TO UPGRADES THAT WILL BE PERFORMED TO THE
TRANSMITTER. WE APOLOGIZE FOR THE INCONVENIENCE.

$$

DFH



000
NOUS41 KLWX 031222
PNSLWX
MDZ003>005-VAZ028>031-507-WVZ050>053-031630-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BALTIMORE MD/WASHINGTON DC
822 AM EDT MON AUG 3 2015

...PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...

THE HAGERSTOWN NOAA WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTER WXM-42 LOCATED IN
CLEAR SPRINGS MARYLAND...BROADCASTING ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.475
MEGAHERTZ...WILL BE EXPERIENCING SIGNIFICANT OUTAGES DURING THE
WEEK OF AUGUST 10TH DUE TO UPGRADES THAT WILL BE PERFORMED TO THE
TRANSMITTER. WE APOLOGIZE FOR THE INCONVENIENCE.

$$

DFH


000
NOUS43 KSGF 031211
PNSSGF

KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-031815-
PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
711 AM CDT Mon Aug 3 2015

...WSR-88D Radar at Springfield Missouri Not Available...

The National Weather Service office in Springfield Missouri will
be undergoing a communications upgrade that will result in the
loss of radar data into the early afternoon.

Other Doppler Radars close to Springfield include
KINX in Tulsa...KICT in Wichita...KTWX in Topeka...
KEAX in Pleasant Hill/Kansas City...KLSX in St. Louis...
KPAH in Paducah Kentucky...KNQA in Memphis...
KLZK in Little Rock and KSRX in Fort Smith Arkansas.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

$$

RUNNELS




000
NOUS43 KSGF 031211
PNSSGF

KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-031815-
PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
711 AM CDT Mon Aug 3 2015

...WSR-88D Radar at Springfield Missouri Not Available...

The National Weather Service office in Springfield Missouri will
be undergoing a communications upgrade that will result in the
loss of radar data into the early afternoon.

Other Doppler Radars close to Springfield include
KINX in Tulsa...KICT in Wichita...KTWX in Topeka...
KEAX in Pleasant Hill/Kansas City...KLSX in St. Louis...
KPAH in Paducah Kentucky...KNQA in Memphis...
KLZK in Little Rock and KSRX in Fort Smith Arkansas.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

$$

RUNNELS




000
NOUS43 KSGF 031211
PNSSGF

KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-031815-
PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
711 AM CDT Mon Aug 3 2015

...WSR-88D Radar at Springfield Missouri Not Available...

The National Weather Service office in Springfield Missouri will
be undergoing a communications upgrade that will result in the
loss of radar data into the early afternoon.

Other Doppler Radars close to Springfield include
KINX in Tulsa...KICT in Wichita...KTWX in Topeka...
KEAX in Pleasant Hill/Kansas City...KLSX in St. Louis...
KPAH in Paducah Kentucky...KNQA in Memphis...
KLZK in Little Rock and KSRX in Fort Smith Arkansas.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

$$

RUNNELS





000
NOUS43 KSGF 031211
PNSSGF

KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-031815-
PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
711 AM CDT Mon Aug 3 2015

...WSR-88D Radar at Springfield Missouri Not Available...

The National Weather Service office in Springfield Missouri will
be undergoing a communications upgrade that will result in the
loss of radar data into the early afternoon.

Other Doppler Radars close to Springfield include
KINX in Tulsa...KICT in Wichita...KTWX in Topeka...
KEAX in Pleasant Hill/Kansas City...KLSX in St. Louis...
KPAH in Paducah Kentucky...KNQA in Memphis...
KLZK in Little Rock and KSRX in Fort Smith Arkansas.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

$$

RUNNELS





000
NOUS43 KSGF 031211
PNSSGF

KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-031815-
PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
711 AM CDT Mon Aug 3 2015

...WSR-88D Radar at Springfield Missouri Not Available...

The National Weather Service office in Springfield Missouri will
be undergoing a communications upgrade that will result in the
loss of radar data into the early afternoon.

Other Doppler Radars close to Springfield include
KINX in Tulsa...KICT in Wichita...KTWX in Topeka...
KEAX in Pleasant Hill/Kansas City...KLSX in St. Louis...
KPAH in Paducah Kentucky...KNQA in Memphis...
KLZK in Little Rock and KSRX in Fort Smith Arkansas.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

$$

RUNNELS





000
NOUS43 KSGF 031211
PNSSGF

KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-031815-
PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
711 AM CDT Mon Aug 3 2015

...WSR-88D Radar at Springfield Missouri Not Available...

The National Weather Service office in Springfield Missouri will
be undergoing a communications upgrade that will result in the
loss of radar data into the early afternoon.

Other Doppler Radars close to Springfield include
KINX in Tulsa...KICT in Wichita...KTWX in Topeka...
KEAX in Pleasant Hill/Kansas City...KLSX in St. Louis...
KPAH in Paducah Kentucky...KNQA in Memphis...
KLZK in Little Rock and KSRX in Fort Smith Arkansas.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

$$

RUNNELS





000
NOUS43 KGLD 031201
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT MON AUG 03 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 1930, THE TEMPERATURE IN MCCOOK NEBRASKA SOARED TO 111
DEGREES, SETTING A RECORD FOR THE MONTH OF AUGUST AT THAT
LOCATION.

$$



000
NOUS43 KGLD 031201
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT MON AUG 03 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 1930, THE TEMPERATURE IN MCCOOK NEBRASKA SOARED TO 111
DEGREES, SETTING A RECORD FOR THE MONTH OF AUGUST AT THAT
LOCATION.

$$


000
NOUS43 KICT 031100
PNSICT
KSZ032-033-047>053-067>072-082-083-091>096-098>100-031500-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WICHITA KS
600 AM CDT MON AUG 3 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 1970...HURRICANE CELIA SLAMMED INTO THE TEXAS COAST.
A CATEGORY 3 HURRICANE...CELIA STRUCK SOUTH TEXAS BETWEEN
CORPUS CHRISTI AND PORT ARANSAS WITH MAXIMUM SUSTAINED
WINDS AROUND 125 MPH AND GUSTS THAT REACHED 180 MPH.  THE
HURRICANE KILLED 15 AND CAUSED AN ESTIMATED $400 MILLION
DAMAGE...MAKING IT THE COSTLIEST STORM OF ANY TYPE TO HIT
THE TEXAS COAST AT THAT TIME.

$$
AUTO


000
NOUS43 KICT 031100
PNSICT
KSZ032-033-047>053-067>072-082-083-091>096-098>100-031500-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WICHITA KS
600 AM CDT MON AUG 3 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 1970...HURRICANE CELIA SLAMMED INTO THE TEXAS COAST.
A CATEGORY 3 HURRICANE...CELIA STRUCK SOUTH TEXAS BETWEEN
CORPUS CHRISTI AND PORT ARANSAS WITH MAXIMUM SUSTAINED
WINDS AROUND 125 MPH AND GUSTS THAT REACHED 180 MPH.  THE
HURRICANE KILLED 15 AND CAUSED AN ESTIMATED $400 MILLION
DAMAGE...MAKING IT THE COSTLIEST STORM OF ANY TYPE TO HIT
THE TEXAS COAST AT THAT TIME.

$$
AUTO


000
NOUS43 KICT 031100
PNSICT
KSZ032-033-047>053-067>072-082-083-091>096-098>100-031500-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WICHITA KS
600 AM CDT MON AUG 3 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 1970...HURRICANE CELIA SLAMMED INTO THE TEXAS COAST.
A CATEGORY 3 HURRICANE...CELIA STRUCK SOUTH TEXAS BETWEEN
CORPUS CHRISTI AND PORT ARANSAS WITH MAXIMUM SUSTAINED
WINDS AROUND 125 MPH AND GUSTS THAT REACHED 180 MPH.  THE
HURRICANE KILLED 15 AND CAUSED AN ESTIMATED $400 MILLION
DAMAGE...MAKING IT THE COSTLIEST STORM OF ANY TYPE TO HIT
THE TEXAS COAST AT THAT TIME.

$$
AUTO



000
NOUS43 KICT 031100
PNSICT
KSZ032-033-047>053-067>072-082-083-091>096-098>100-031500-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WICHITA KS
600 AM CDT MON AUG 3 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 1970...HURRICANE CELIA SLAMMED INTO THE TEXAS COAST.
A CATEGORY 3 HURRICANE...CELIA STRUCK SOUTH TEXAS BETWEEN
CORPUS CHRISTI AND PORT ARANSAS WITH MAXIMUM SUSTAINED
WINDS AROUND 125 MPH AND GUSTS THAT REACHED 180 MPH.  THE
HURRICANE KILLED 15 AND CAUSED AN ESTIMATED $400 MILLION
DAMAGE...MAKING IT THE COSTLIEST STORM OF ANY TYPE TO HIT
THE TEXAS COAST AT THAT TIME.

$$
AUTO



000
NOUS42 KMLB 031023
PNSMLB
FLZ041-044>047-053-054-058-059-064-141-144-147-040000-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MELBOURNE FL
622 AM EDT MON AUG 3 2015

...JULY 2015 CLIMATE SUMMARY FOR EAST CENTRAL FLORIDA...

THE AVERAGE PLACEMENT OF THE ATLANTIC SUBTROPICAL RIDGE AXIS DURING
THE MONTH OF JULY WAS SOUTH OF CENTRAL FLORIDA...ESPECIALLY THROUGH
THE LATTER HALF OF THE MONTH. THIS PROVIDED A WEST TO SOUTHWEST WIND
FLOW THAT OFTEN DELAYED OR PREVENTED THE EAST COAST SEA BREEZE FROM
FORMING AND ALLOWED A WARMER THAN NORMAL TEMPERATURE TREND TO
PERSIST INTO MID SUMMER. THE DOMINANT OFFSHORE FLOW ALSO STEERED
SCATTERED AFTERNOON SHOWERS AND STORMS EASTWARD ACROSS EAST CENTRAL
FLORIDA...LEADING TO RAINFALL TOTALS THAT VARIED BUT WERE GENERALLY
NEAR NORMAL.

.TEMPERATURES...

DAILY AVERAGE TEMPERATURES WERE FREQUENTLY NEAR TO A FEW DEGREES
ABOVE NORMAL THROUGH JULY. HIGHS OFTEN REACHED THE LOW TO MID 90S
EVEN ALONG THE COAST AS THE EAST COAST SEA BREEZE WAS EITHER DELAYED
OR DID NOT FORM AT ALL DUE TO THE WEST TO SOUTHWEST FLOW THAT WAS
TYPICALLY PRESENT. EARLIER DEVELOPMENT AND GREATER COVERAGE OF
SHOWERS AND STORMS LATER IN JULY KEPT TEMPERATURES NEAR TO BELOW
NORMAL FOR THE LAST SEVERAL DAYS OF THE MONTH.

WITH THE EXCEPTION OF MELBOURNE WHICH HAD AN AVERAGE MONTHLY
TEMPERATURE THAT WAS CLOSER TO NORMAL...DAYTONA BEACH...ORLANDO AND
VERO BEACH WERE ALL AROUND A DEGREE ABOVE NORMAL. THIS RANKED JULY
2015 IN THE TOP 10 WARMEST FOR EACH OF THESE SITES.


DAILY RECORD TEMPERATURES FOR THE MONTH:

VERO BEACH:
-JULY 28TH: TIED RECORD HIGH OF 96 DEGREES LAST SET IN 1950.


AVERAGE TEMPERATURE VALUES FOR JULY 2015 AT THE FOUR PRIMARY CLIMATE
SITES ACROSS EAST CENTRAL FLORIDA ARE AS FOLLOWS (RANKINGS PROVIDED
IF IN THE TOP 10):

-DAYTONA BEACH HAD AN AVERAGE MONTHLY TEMPERATURE OF 82.4 DEGREES
FAHRENHEIT, WHICH WAS 0.8 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. THIS TIES 1999, 1942
AND 1931 AS THE 10TH WARMEST JULY ON RECORD FOR THIS SITE.

-ORLANDO HAD AN AVERAGE MONTHLY TEMPERATURE OF 83.6 DEGREES
FAHRENHEIT, WHICH WAS 0.9 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. THIS TIES 1980 AND
1932 AS THE 9TH WARMEST JULY ON RECORD FOR THIS SITE.

-MELBOURNE HAD AN AVERAGE MONTHLY TEMPERATURE OF 81.5 DEGREES
FAHRENHEIT, WHICH WAS 0.2 DEGREES BELOW NORMAL.

-VERO BEACH HAD AN AVERAGE MONTHLY TEMPERATURE OF 83.0 DEGREES
FAHRENHEIT, WHICH WAS 1.3 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. THIS RANKS AS THE
4TH WARMEST JULY ON RECORD FOR THIS SITE.

.RAINFALL...

RAINFALL WAS GENERALLY NEAR NORMAL TO START OFF JULY WITH SCATTERED
AFTERNOON SHOWERS AND STORMS EACH DAY FROM THE 1ST THROUGH THE 7TH.
DRIER AIR AND A RIDGE ALOFT THEN BUILT IN AND SUPPRESSED CONVECTIVE
DEVELOPMENT FOR SEVERAL DAYS THROUGH MID MONTH. DURING THE LATTER
HALF OF JULY THE LOW LEVEL SUBTROPICAL RIDGE AXIS SHIFTED AND
GENERALLY REMAINED SOUTH OF THE REGION. THIS POSITION OF THE
ATLANTIC RIDGE LED TO GREATER COVERAGE OF SHOWERS AND STORMS OVER
EAST CENTRAL FLORIDA...ESPECIALLY LATE IN THE MONTH AS A WEAK
FRONTAL BOUNDARY MOVED INTO THE NORTHERN FLORIDA PENINSULA. DEEPER
MOISTURE ASSOCIATED WITH THIS SYSTEM AND A WEAK LOW THAT MIGRATED
ALONG THIS BOUNDARY GENERATED HIGH COVERAGE OF SHOWERS AND STORMS
FOR SEVERAL DAYS THAT PUSHED EASTWARD OVER THE AREA...PRODUCING
GUSTY WINDS AND LOCALLY HEAVY RAINFALL.

DUE TO THE SCATTERED COVERAGE OF SHOWERS AND STORMS...RAINFALL
VARIED QUITE A BIT ACROSS THE REGION FOR JULY. PRECIPITATION WAS
HIGHEST ACROSS LAKE AND CENTRAL BREVARD COUNTIES WHERE 10 TO 12
INCHES OF RAIN FELL DURING THE MONTH. CLERMONT HAD THEIR 8TH WETTEST
JULY ON RECORD WHILE MELBOURNE HAD THEIR 10TH WETTEST ON RECORD.
HOWEVER ALONG PORTIONS OF THE COAST RAINFALL WAS NOT AS PLENTIFUL
WITH STUART...DAYTONA BEACH AND TITUSVILLE ONLY RECEIVING AROUND 4
INCHES. OVERALL THOUGH...MUCH OF THE REGION SAW RAIN AMOUNTS THAT
WERE GENERALLY NEAR NORMAL.


DAILY RECORD RAINFALL FOR THE MONTH:

MELBOURNE:
-JULY 16TH: RECORD RAINFALL OF 1.95 INCHES. PREVIOUS RECORD WAS 1.73
INCHES SET IN 2008.

VERO BEACH:
-JULY 16TH: RECORD RAINFALL OF 2.08 INCHES. PREVIOUS RECORD WAS 1.54
INCHES SET IN 1987.


JULY 2015 RAINFALL TOTALS FOR THE FOUR PRIMARY CLIMATE SITES
ACROSS EAST CENTRAL FLORIDA ARE AS FOLLOWS (RANKINGS PROVIDED IF IN
THE TOP 10):

-DAYTONA BEACH RECEIVED 4.04 INCHES OF RAIN FOR THE MONTH, WHICH WAS
1.79 INCHES BELOW NORMAL.

-ORLANDO RECEIVED 7.42 INCHES OF RAIN FOR THE MONTH, WHICH WAS 0.15
INCHES ABOVE NORMAL.

-MELBOURNE RECEIVED 10.66 INCHES OF RAIN FOR THE MONTH, WHICH WAS
4.70 INCHES ABOVE NORMAL. THIS RANKS AS THE 10TH WETTEST JULY ON
RECORD FOR THIS SITE.

-VERO BEACH RECEIVED 5.90 INCHES OF RAIN FOR THE MONTH, WHICH WAS
0.27 INCHES ABOVE NORMAL.

COOPERATIVE OBSERVER STATION RAINFALL RANKINGS:
-CLERMONT HAD THEIR 8TH WETTEST JULY ON RECORD WITH A TOTAL OF 10.97
INCHES FOR THE MONTH.


BELOW IS A LIST OF OBSERVED PRECIPITATION TOTALS AND RAINFALL
STATISTICS FOR SELECT SITES ACROSS EAST CENTRAL FLORIDA FOR JULY
2015:

STATION        JULY 2015        NORMAL      DEPARTURE     PERCENT OF
                RAINFALL       RAINFALL    FROM NORMAL      NORMAL

DAYTONA BEACH     4.04"          5.83"        -1.79"          69%
(DAB)
ORLANDO           7.42"          7.27"        +0.15"         102%
(MCO)
MELBOURNE        10.66"          5.96"        +4.70"         179%
(MLB)
VERO BEACH        5.90"          5.63"        +0.27"         105%
(VRB)
CLERMONT         10.97"          7.05"        +3.92"         156%
(CLRF1)
LEESBURG         11.61"          6.74"        +4.87"         172%
(KLEE)
DELAND            8.93"          8.34"        +0.59"         107%
(DELF1)
SANFORD           9.33"          7.73"        +1.60"         121%
(SFNF1)
TITUSVILLE        4.05"          6.90"        -2.85"          59%
(TITF1)
FORT PIERCE       5.96"          6.07"        -0.11"          98%
(KFPR)
STUART            3.38"          6.58"        -3.20"          51%
(STRF1)

FOR MORE LOCAL INFORMATION, PLEASE VISIT OUR WEB PAGE AT
HTTP://WEATHER.GOV/MELBOURNE AND CLICK ON THE "LOCAL" LINK UNDER
THE CLIMATE SUBSECTION ON THE LEFT SIDE OF THE PAGE.

$$

WEITLICH




000
NOUS42 KMLB 031023
PNSMLB
FLZ041-044>047-053-054-058-059-064-141-144-147-040000-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MELBOURNE FL
622 AM EDT MON AUG 3 2015

...JULY 2015 CLIMATE SUMMARY FOR EAST CENTRAL FLORIDA...

THE AVERAGE PLACEMENT OF THE ATLANTIC SUBTROPICAL RIDGE AXIS DURING
THE MONTH OF JULY WAS SOUTH OF CENTRAL FLORIDA...ESPECIALLY THROUGH
THE LATTER HALF OF THE MONTH. THIS PROVIDED A WEST TO SOUTHWEST WIND
FLOW THAT OFTEN DELAYED OR PREVENTED THE EAST COAST SEA BREEZE FROM
FORMING AND ALLOWED A WARMER THAN NORMAL TEMPERATURE TREND TO
PERSIST INTO MID SUMMER. THE DOMINANT OFFSHORE FLOW ALSO STEERED
SCATTERED AFTERNOON SHOWERS AND STORMS EASTWARD ACROSS EAST CENTRAL
FLORIDA...LEADING TO RAINFALL TOTALS THAT VARIED BUT WERE GENERALLY
NEAR NORMAL.

.TEMPERATURES...

DAILY AVERAGE TEMPERATURES WERE FREQUENTLY NEAR TO A FEW DEGREES
ABOVE NORMAL THROUGH JULY. HIGHS OFTEN REACHED THE LOW TO MID 90S
EVEN ALONG THE COAST AS THE EAST COAST SEA BREEZE WAS EITHER DELAYED
OR DID NOT FORM AT ALL DUE TO THE WEST TO SOUTHWEST FLOW THAT WAS
TYPICALLY PRESENT. EARLIER DEVELOPMENT AND GREATER COVERAGE OF
SHOWERS AND STORMS LATER IN JULY KEPT TEMPERATURES NEAR TO BELOW
NORMAL FOR THE LAST SEVERAL DAYS OF THE MONTH.

WITH THE EXCEPTION OF MELBOURNE WHICH HAD AN AVERAGE MONTHLY
TEMPERATURE THAT WAS CLOSER TO NORMAL...DAYTONA BEACH...ORLANDO AND
VERO BEACH WERE ALL AROUND A DEGREE ABOVE NORMAL. THIS RANKED JULY
2015 IN THE TOP 10 WARMEST FOR EACH OF THESE SITES.


DAILY RECORD TEMPERATURES FOR THE MONTH:

VERO BEACH:
-JULY 28TH: TIED RECORD HIGH OF 96 DEGREES LAST SET IN 1950.


AVERAGE TEMPERATURE VALUES FOR JULY 2015 AT THE FOUR PRIMARY CLIMATE
SITES ACROSS EAST CENTRAL FLORIDA ARE AS FOLLOWS (RANKINGS PROVIDED
IF IN THE TOP 10):

-DAYTONA BEACH HAD AN AVERAGE MONTHLY TEMPERATURE OF 82.4 DEGREES
FAHRENHEIT, WHICH WAS 0.8 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. THIS TIES 1999, 1942
AND 1931 AS THE 10TH WARMEST JULY ON RECORD FOR THIS SITE.

-ORLANDO HAD AN AVERAGE MONTHLY TEMPERATURE OF 83.6 DEGREES
FAHRENHEIT, WHICH WAS 0.9 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. THIS TIES 1980 AND
1932 AS THE 9TH WARMEST JULY ON RECORD FOR THIS SITE.

-MELBOURNE HAD AN AVERAGE MONTHLY TEMPERATURE OF 81.5 DEGREES
FAHRENHEIT, WHICH WAS 0.2 DEGREES BELOW NORMAL.

-VERO BEACH HAD AN AVERAGE MONTHLY TEMPERATURE OF 83.0 DEGREES
FAHRENHEIT, WHICH WAS 1.3 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. THIS RANKS AS THE
4TH WARMEST JULY ON RECORD FOR THIS SITE.

.RAINFALL...

RAINFALL WAS GENERALLY NEAR NORMAL TO START OFF JULY WITH SCATTERED
AFTERNOON SHOWERS AND STORMS EACH DAY FROM THE 1ST THROUGH THE 7TH.
DRIER AIR AND A RIDGE ALOFT THEN BUILT IN AND SUPPRESSED CONVECTIVE
DEVELOPMENT FOR SEVERAL DAYS THROUGH MID MONTH. DURING THE LATTER
HALF OF JULY THE LOW LEVEL SUBTROPICAL RIDGE AXIS SHIFTED AND
GENERALLY REMAINED SOUTH OF THE REGION. THIS POSITION OF THE
ATLANTIC RIDGE LED TO GREATER COVERAGE OF SHOWERS AND STORMS OVER
EAST CENTRAL FLORIDA...ESPECIALLY LATE IN THE MONTH AS A WEAK
FRONTAL BOUNDARY MOVED INTO THE NORTHERN FLORIDA PENINSULA. DEEPER
MOISTURE ASSOCIATED WITH THIS SYSTEM AND A WEAK LOW THAT MIGRATED
ALONG THIS BOUNDARY GENERATED HIGH COVERAGE OF SHOWERS AND STORMS
FOR SEVERAL DAYS THAT PUSHED EASTWARD OVER THE AREA...PRODUCING
GUSTY WINDS AND LOCALLY HEAVY RAINFALL.

DUE TO THE SCATTERED COVERAGE OF SHOWERS AND STORMS...RAINFALL
VARIED QUITE A BIT ACROSS THE REGION FOR JULY. PRECIPITATION WAS
HIGHEST ACROSS LAKE AND CENTRAL BREVARD COUNTIES WHERE 10 TO 12
INCHES OF RAIN FELL DURING THE MONTH. CLERMONT HAD THEIR 8TH WETTEST
JULY ON RECORD WHILE MELBOURNE HAD THEIR 10TH WETTEST ON RECORD.
HOWEVER ALONG PORTIONS OF THE COAST RAINFALL WAS NOT AS PLENTIFUL
WITH STUART...DAYTONA BEACH AND TITUSVILLE ONLY RECEIVING AROUND 4
INCHES. OVERALL THOUGH...MUCH OF THE REGION SAW RAIN AMOUNTS THAT
WERE GENERALLY NEAR NORMAL.


DAILY RECORD RAINFALL FOR THE MONTH:

MELBOURNE:
-JULY 16TH: RECORD RAINFALL OF 1.95 INCHES. PREVIOUS RECORD WAS 1.73
INCHES SET IN 2008.

VERO BEACH:
-JULY 16TH: RECORD RAINFALL OF 2.08 INCHES. PREVIOUS RECORD WAS 1.54
INCHES SET IN 1987.


JULY 2015 RAINFALL TOTALS FOR THE FOUR PRIMARY CLIMATE SITES
ACROSS EAST CENTRAL FLORIDA ARE AS FOLLOWS (RANKINGS PROVIDED IF IN
THE TOP 10):

-DAYTONA BEACH RECEIVED 4.04 INCHES OF RAIN FOR THE MONTH, WHICH WAS
1.79 INCHES BELOW NORMAL.

-ORLANDO RECEIVED 7.42 INCHES OF RAIN FOR THE MONTH, WHICH WAS 0.15
INCHES ABOVE NORMAL.

-MELBOURNE RECEIVED 10.66 INCHES OF RAIN FOR THE MONTH, WHICH WAS
4.70 INCHES ABOVE NORMAL. THIS RANKS AS THE 10TH WETTEST JULY ON
RECORD FOR THIS SITE.

-VERO BEACH RECEIVED 5.90 INCHES OF RAIN FOR THE MONTH, WHICH WAS
0.27 INCHES ABOVE NORMAL.

COOPERATIVE OBSERVER STATION RAINFALL RANKINGS:
-CLERMONT HAD THEIR 8TH WETTEST JULY ON RECORD WITH A TOTAL OF 10.97
INCHES FOR THE MONTH.


BELOW IS A LIST OF OBSERVED PRECIPITATION TOTALS AND RAINFALL
STATISTICS FOR SELECT SITES ACROSS EAST CENTRAL FLORIDA FOR JULY
2015:

STATION        JULY 2015        NORMAL      DEPARTURE     PERCENT OF
                RAINFALL       RAINFALL    FROM NORMAL      NORMAL

DAYTONA BEACH     4.04"          5.83"        -1.79"          69%
(DAB)
ORLANDO           7.42"          7.27"        +0.15"         102%
(MCO)
MELBOURNE        10.66"          5.96"        +4.70"         179%
(MLB)
VERO BEACH        5.90"          5.63"        +0.27"         105%
(VRB)
CLERMONT         10.97"          7.05"        +3.92"         156%
(CLRF1)
LEESBURG         11.61"          6.74"        +4.87"         172%
(KLEE)
DELAND            8.93"          8.34"        +0.59"         107%
(DELF1)
SANFORD           9.33"          7.73"        +1.60"         121%
(SFNF1)
TITUSVILLE        4.05"          6.90"        -2.85"          59%
(TITF1)
FORT PIERCE       5.96"          6.07"        -0.11"          98%
(KFPR)
STUART            3.38"          6.58"        -3.20"          51%
(STRF1)

FOR MORE LOCAL INFORMATION, PLEASE VISIT OUR WEB PAGE AT
HTTP://WEATHER.GOV/MELBOURNE AND CLICK ON THE "LOCAL" LINK UNDER
THE CLIMATE SUBSECTION ON THE LEFT SIDE OF THE PAGE.

$$

WEITLICH



000
NOUS42 KMLB 031023
PNSMLB
FLZ041-044>047-053-054-058-059-064-141-144-147-040000-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MELBOURNE FL
622 AM EDT MON AUG 3 2015

...JULY 2015 CLIMATE SUMMARY FOR EAST CENTRAL FLORIDA...

THE AVERAGE PLACEMENT OF THE ATLANTIC SUBTROPICAL RIDGE AXIS DURING
THE MONTH OF JULY WAS SOUTH OF CENTRAL FLORIDA...ESPECIALLY THROUGH
THE LATTER HALF OF THE MONTH. THIS PROVIDED A WEST TO SOUTHWEST WIND
FLOW THAT OFTEN DELAYED OR PREVENTED THE EAST COAST SEA BREEZE FROM
FORMING AND ALLOWED A WARMER THAN NORMAL TEMPERATURE TREND TO
PERSIST INTO MID SUMMER. THE DOMINANT OFFSHORE FLOW ALSO STEERED
SCATTERED AFTERNOON SHOWERS AND STORMS EASTWARD ACROSS EAST CENTRAL
FLORIDA...LEADING TO RAINFALL TOTALS THAT VARIED BUT WERE GENERALLY
NEAR NORMAL.

.TEMPERATURES...

DAILY AVERAGE TEMPERATURES WERE FREQUENTLY NEAR TO A FEW DEGREES
ABOVE NORMAL THROUGH JULY. HIGHS OFTEN REACHED THE LOW TO MID 90S
EVEN ALONG THE COAST AS THE EAST COAST SEA BREEZE WAS EITHER DELAYED
OR DID NOT FORM AT ALL DUE TO THE WEST TO SOUTHWEST FLOW THAT WAS
TYPICALLY PRESENT. EARLIER DEVELOPMENT AND GREATER COVERAGE OF
SHOWERS AND STORMS LATER IN JULY KEPT TEMPERATURES NEAR TO BELOW
NORMAL FOR THE LAST SEVERAL DAYS OF THE MONTH.

WITH THE EXCEPTION OF MELBOURNE WHICH HAD AN AVERAGE MONTHLY
TEMPERATURE THAT WAS CLOSER TO NORMAL...DAYTONA BEACH...ORLANDO AND
VERO BEACH WERE ALL AROUND A DEGREE ABOVE NORMAL. THIS RANKED JULY
2015 IN THE TOP 10 WARMEST FOR EACH OF THESE SITES.


DAILY RECORD TEMPERATURES FOR THE MONTH:

VERO BEACH:
-JULY 28TH: TIED RECORD HIGH OF 96 DEGREES LAST SET IN 1950.


AVERAGE TEMPERATURE VALUES FOR JULY 2015 AT THE FOUR PRIMARY CLIMATE
SITES ACROSS EAST CENTRAL FLORIDA ARE AS FOLLOWS (RANKINGS PROVIDED
IF IN THE TOP 10):

-DAYTONA BEACH HAD AN AVERAGE MONTHLY TEMPERATURE OF 82.4 DEGREES
FAHRENHEIT, WHICH WAS 0.8 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. THIS TIES 1999, 1942
AND 1931 AS THE 10TH WARMEST JULY ON RECORD FOR THIS SITE.

-ORLANDO HAD AN AVERAGE MONTHLY TEMPERATURE OF 83.6 DEGREES
FAHRENHEIT, WHICH WAS 0.9 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. THIS TIES 1980 AND
1932 AS THE 9TH WARMEST JULY ON RECORD FOR THIS SITE.

-MELBOURNE HAD AN AVERAGE MONTHLY TEMPERATURE OF 81.5 DEGREES
FAHRENHEIT, WHICH WAS 0.2 DEGREES BELOW NORMAL.

-VERO BEACH HAD AN AVERAGE MONTHLY TEMPERATURE OF 83.0 DEGREES
FAHRENHEIT, WHICH WAS 1.3 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. THIS RANKS AS THE
4TH WARMEST JULY ON RECORD FOR THIS SITE.

.RAINFALL...

RAINFALL WAS GENERALLY NEAR NORMAL TO START OFF JULY WITH SCATTERED
AFTERNOON SHOWERS AND STORMS EACH DAY FROM THE 1ST THROUGH THE 7TH.
DRIER AIR AND A RIDGE ALOFT THEN BUILT IN AND SUPPRESSED CONVECTIVE
DEVELOPMENT FOR SEVERAL DAYS THROUGH MID MONTH. DURING THE LATTER
HALF OF JULY THE LOW LEVEL SUBTROPICAL RIDGE AXIS SHIFTED AND
GENERALLY REMAINED SOUTH OF THE REGION. THIS POSITION OF THE
ATLANTIC RIDGE LED TO GREATER COVERAGE OF SHOWERS AND STORMS OVER
EAST CENTRAL FLORIDA...ESPECIALLY LATE IN THE MONTH AS A WEAK
FRONTAL BOUNDARY MOVED INTO THE NORTHERN FLORIDA PENINSULA. DEEPER
MOISTURE ASSOCIATED WITH THIS SYSTEM AND A WEAK LOW THAT MIGRATED
ALONG THIS BOUNDARY GENERATED HIGH COVERAGE OF SHOWERS AND STORMS
FOR SEVERAL DAYS THAT PUSHED EASTWARD OVER THE AREA...PRODUCING
GUSTY WINDS AND LOCALLY HEAVY RAINFALL.

DUE TO THE SCATTERED COVERAGE OF SHOWERS AND STORMS...RAINFALL
VARIED QUITE A BIT ACROSS THE REGION FOR JULY. PRECIPITATION WAS
HIGHEST ACROSS LAKE AND CENTRAL BREVARD COUNTIES WHERE 10 TO 12
INCHES OF RAIN FELL DURING THE MONTH. CLERMONT HAD THEIR 8TH WETTEST
JULY ON RECORD WHILE MELBOURNE HAD THEIR 10TH WETTEST ON RECORD.
HOWEVER ALONG PORTIONS OF THE COAST RAINFALL WAS NOT AS PLENTIFUL
WITH STUART...DAYTONA BEACH AND TITUSVILLE ONLY RECEIVING AROUND 4
INCHES. OVERALL THOUGH...MUCH OF THE REGION SAW RAIN AMOUNTS THAT
WERE GENERALLY NEAR NORMAL.


DAILY RECORD RAINFALL FOR THE MONTH:

MELBOURNE:
-JULY 16TH: RECORD RAINFALL OF 1.95 INCHES. PREVIOUS RECORD WAS 1.73
INCHES SET IN 2008.

VERO BEACH:
-JULY 16TH: RECORD RAINFALL OF 2.08 INCHES. PREVIOUS RECORD WAS 1.54
INCHES SET IN 1987.


JULY 2015 RAINFALL TOTALS FOR THE FOUR PRIMARY CLIMATE SITES
ACROSS EAST CENTRAL FLORIDA ARE AS FOLLOWS (RANKINGS PROVIDED IF IN
THE TOP 10):

-DAYTONA BEACH RECEIVED 4.04 INCHES OF RAIN FOR THE MONTH, WHICH WAS
1.79 INCHES BELOW NORMAL.

-ORLANDO RECEIVED 7.42 INCHES OF RAIN FOR THE MONTH, WHICH WAS 0.15
INCHES ABOVE NORMAL.

-MELBOURNE RECEIVED 10.66 INCHES OF RAIN FOR THE MONTH, WHICH WAS
4.70 INCHES ABOVE NORMAL. THIS RANKS AS THE 10TH WETTEST JULY ON
RECORD FOR THIS SITE.

-VERO BEACH RECEIVED 5.90 INCHES OF RAIN FOR THE MONTH, WHICH WAS
0.27 INCHES ABOVE NORMAL.

COOPERATIVE OBSERVER STATION RAINFALL RANKINGS:
-CLERMONT HAD THEIR 8TH WETTEST JULY ON RECORD WITH A TOTAL OF 10.97
INCHES FOR THE MONTH.


BELOW IS A LIST OF OBSERVED PRECIPITATION TOTALS AND RAINFALL
STATISTICS FOR SELECT SITES ACROSS EAST CENTRAL FLORIDA FOR JULY
2015:

STATION        JULY 2015        NORMAL      DEPARTURE     PERCENT OF
                RAINFALL       RAINFALL    FROM NORMAL      NORMAL

DAYTONA BEACH     4.04"          5.83"        -1.79"          69%
(DAB)
ORLANDO           7.42"          7.27"        +0.15"         102%
(MCO)
MELBOURNE        10.66"          5.96"        +4.70"         179%
(MLB)
VERO BEACH        5.90"          5.63"        +0.27"         105%
(VRB)
CLERMONT         10.97"          7.05"        +3.92"         156%
(CLRF1)
LEESBURG         11.61"          6.74"        +4.87"         172%
(KLEE)
DELAND            8.93"          8.34"        +0.59"         107%
(DELF1)
SANFORD           9.33"          7.73"        +1.60"         121%
(SFNF1)
TITUSVILLE        4.05"          6.90"        -2.85"          59%
(TITF1)
FORT PIERCE       5.96"          6.07"        -0.11"          98%
(KFPR)
STUART            3.38"          6.58"        -3.20"          51%
(STRF1)

FOR MORE LOCAL INFORMATION, PLEASE VISIT OUR WEB PAGE AT
HTTP://WEATHER.GOV/MELBOURNE AND CLICK ON THE "LOCAL" LINK UNDER
THE CLIMATE SUBSECTION ON THE LEFT SIDE OF THE PAGE.

$$

WEITLICH




000
NOUS42 KMLB 031023
PNSMLB
FLZ041-044>047-053-054-058-059-064-141-144-147-040000-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MELBOURNE FL
622 AM EDT MON AUG 3 2015

...JULY 2015 CLIMATE SUMMARY FOR EAST CENTRAL FLORIDA...

THE AVERAGE PLACEMENT OF THE ATLANTIC SUBTROPICAL RIDGE AXIS DURING
THE MONTH OF JULY WAS SOUTH OF CENTRAL FLORIDA...ESPECIALLY THROUGH
THE LATTER HALF OF THE MONTH. THIS PROVIDED A WEST TO SOUTHWEST WIND
FLOW THAT OFTEN DELAYED OR PREVENTED THE EAST COAST SEA BREEZE FROM
FORMING AND ALLOWED A WARMER THAN NORMAL TEMPERATURE TREND TO
PERSIST INTO MID SUMMER. THE DOMINANT OFFSHORE FLOW ALSO STEERED
SCATTERED AFTERNOON SHOWERS AND STORMS EASTWARD ACROSS EAST CENTRAL
FLORIDA...LEADING TO RAINFALL TOTALS THAT VARIED BUT WERE GENERALLY
NEAR NORMAL.

.TEMPERATURES...

DAILY AVERAGE TEMPERATURES WERE FREQUENTLY NEAR TO A FEW DEGREES
ABOVE NORMAL THROUGH JULY. HIGHS OFTEN REACHED THE LOW TO MID 90S
EVEN ALONG THE COAST AS THE EAST COAST SEA BREEZE WAS EITHER DELAYED
OR DID NOT FORM AT ALL DUE TO THE WEST TO SOUTHWEST FLOW THAT WAS
TYPICALLY PRESENT. EARLIER DEVELOPMENT AND GREATER COVERAGE OF
SHOWERS AND STORMS LATER IN JULY KEPT TEMPERATURES NEAR TO BELOW
NORMAL FOR THE LAST SEVERAL DAYS OF THE MONTH.

WITH THE EXCEPTION OF MELBOURNE WHICH HAD AN AVERAGE MONTHLY
TEMPERATURE THAT WAS CLOSER TO NORMAL...DAYTONA BEACH...ORLANDO AND
VERO BEACH WERE ALL AROUND A DEGREE ABOVE NORMAL. THIS RANKED JULY
2015 IN THE TOP 10 WARMEST FOR EACH OF THESE SITES.


DAILY RECORD TEMPERATURES FOR THE MONTH:

VERO BEACH:
-JULY 28TH: TIED RECORD HIGH OF 96 DEGREES LAST SET IN 1950.


AVERAGE TEMPERATURE VALUES FOR JULY 2015 AT THE FOUR PRIMARY CLIMATE
SITES ACROSS EAST CENTRAL FLORIDA ARE AS FOLLOWS (RANKINGS PROVIDED
IF IN THE TOP 10):

-DAYTONA BEACH HAD AN AVERAGE MONTHLY TEMPERATURE OF 82.4 DEGREES
FAHRENHEIT, WHICH WAS 0.8 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. THIS TIES 1999, 1942
AND 1931 AS THE 10TH WARMEST JULY ON RECORD FOR THIS SITE.

-ORLANDO HAD AN AVERAGE MONTHLY TEMPERATURE OF 83.6 DEGREES
FAHRENHEIT, WHICH WAS 0.9 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. THIS TIES 1980 AND
1932 AS THE 9TH WARMEST JULY ON RECORD FOR THIS SITE.

-MELBOURNE HAD AN AVERAGE MONTHLY TEMPERATURE OF 81.5 DEGREES
FAHRENHEIT, WHICH WAS 0.2 DEGREES BELOW NORMAL.

-VERO BEACH HAD AN AVERAGE MONTHLY TEMPERATURE OF 83.0 DEGREES
FAHRENHEIT, WHICH WAS 1.3 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. THIS RANKS AS THE
4TH WARMEST JULY ON RECORD FOR THIS SITE.

.RAINFALL...

RAINFALL WAS GENERALLY NEAR NORMAL TO START OFF JULY WITH SCATTERED
AFTERNOON SHOWERS AND STORMS EACH DAY FROM THE 1ST THROUGH THE 7TH.
DRIER AIR AND A RIDGE ALOFT THEN BUILT IN AND SUPPRESSED CONVECTIVE
DEVELOPMENT FOR SEVERAL DAYS THROUGH MID MONTH. DURING THE LATTER
HALF OF JULY THE LOW LEVEL SUBTROPICAL RIDGE AXIS SHIFTED AND
GENERALLY REMAINED SOUTH OF THE REGION. THIS POSITION OF THE
ATLANTIC RIDGE LED TO GREATER COVERAGE OF SHOWERS AND STORMS OVER
EAST CENTRAL FLORIDA...ESPECIALLY LATE IN THE MONTH AS A WEAK
FRONTAL BOUNDARY MOVED INTO THE NORTHERN FLORIDA PENINSULA. DEEPER
MOISTURE ASSOCIATED WITH THIS SYSTEM AND A WEAK LOW THAT MIGRATED
ALONG THIS BOUNDARY GENERATED HIGH COVERAGE OF SHOWERS AND STORMS
FOR SEVERAL DAYS THAT PUSHED EASTWARD OVER THE AREA...PRODUCING
GUSTY WINDS AND LOCALLY HEAVY RAINFALL.

DUE TO THE SCATTERED COVERAGE OF SHOWERS AND STORMS...RAINFALL
VARIED QUITE A BIT ACROSS THE REGION FOR JULY. PRECIPITATION WAS
HIGHEST ACROSS LAKE AND CENTRAL BREVARD COUNTIES WHERE 10 TO 12
INCHES OF RAIN FELL DURING THE MONTH. CLERMONT HAD THEIR 8TH WETTEST
JULY ON RECORD WHILE MELBOURNE HAD THEIR 10TH WETTEST ON RECORD.
HOWEVER ALONG PORTIONS OF THE COAST RAINFALL WAS NOT AS PLENTIFUL
WITH STUART...DAYTONA BEACH AND TITUSVILLE ONLY RECEIVING AROUND 4
INCHES. OVERALL THOUGH...MUCH OF THE REGION SAW RAIN AMOUNTS THAT
WERE GENERALLY NEAR NORMAL.


DAILY RECORD RAINFALL FOR THE MONTH:

MELBOURNE:
-JULY 16TH: RECORD RAINFALL OF 1.95 INCHES. PREVIOUS RECORD WAS 1.73
INCHES SET IN 2008.

VERO BEACH:
-JULY 16TH: RECORD RAINFALL OF 2.08 INCHES. PREVIOUS RECORD WAS 1.54
INCHES SET IN 1987.


JULY 2015 RAINFALL TOTALS FOR THE FOUR PRIMARY CLIMATE SITES
ACROSS EAST CENTRAL FLORIDA ARE AS FOLLOWS (RANKINGS PROVIDED IF IN
THE TOP 10):

-DAYTONA BEACH RECEIVED 4.04 INCHES OF RAIN FOR THE MONTH, WHICH WAS
1.79 INCHES BELOW NORMAL.

-ORLANDO RECEIVED 7.42 INCHES OF RAIN FOR THE MONTH, WHICH WAS 0.15
INCHES ABOVE NORMAL.

-MELBOURNE RECEIVED 10.66 INCHES OF RAIN FOR THE MONTH, WHICH WAS
4.70 INCHES ABOVE NORMAL. THIS RANKS AS THE 10TH WETTEST JULY ON
RECORD FOR THIS SITE.

-VERO BEACH RECEIVED 5.90 INCHES OF RAIN FOR THE MONTH, WHICH WAS
0.27 INCHES ABOVE NORMAL.

COOPERATIVE OBSERVER STATION RAINFALL RANKINGS:
-CLERMONT HAD THEIR 8TH WETTEST JULY ON RECORD WITH A TOTAL OF 10.97
INCHES FOR THE MONTH.


BELOW IS A LIST OF OBSERVED PRECIPITATION TOTALS AND RAINFALL
STATISTICS FOR SELECT SITES ACROSS EAST CENTRAL FLORIDA FOR JULY
2015:

STATION        JULY 2015        NORMAL      DEPARTURE     PERCENT OF
                RAINFALL       RAINFALL    FROM NORMAL      NORMAL

DAYTONA BEACH     4.04"          5.83"        -1.79"          69%
(DAB)
ORLANDO           7.42"          7.27"        +0.15"         102%
(MCO)
MELBOURNE        10.66"          5.96"        +4.70"         179%
(MLB)
VERO BEACH        5.90"          5.63"        +0.27"         105%
(VRB)
CLERMONT         10.97"          7.05"        +3.92"         156%
(CLRF1)
LEESBURG         11.61"          6.74"        +4.87"         172%
(KLEE)
DELAND            8.93"          8.34"        +0.59"         107%
(DELF1)
SANFORD           9.33"          7.73"        +1.60"         121%
(SFNF1)
TITUSVILLE        4.05"          6.90"        -2.85"          59%
(TITF1)
FORT PIERCE       5.96"          6.07"        -0.11"          98%
(KFPR)
STUART            3.38"          6.58"        -3.20"          51%
(STRF1)

FOR MORE LOCAL INFORMATION, PLEASE VISIT OUR WEB PAGE AT
HTTP://WEATHER.GOV/MELBOURNE AND CLICK ON THE "LOCAL" LINK UNDER
THE CLIMATE SUBSECTION ON THE LEFT SIDE OF THE PAGE.

$$

WEITLICH



000
NOUS45 KBOU 030859
PNSBOU
COZ030>051-032300-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DENVER/BOULDER CO
259 AM MDT MON AUG 3 2015

...TODAY IN METRO DENVER WEATHER HISTORY...

2-3   IN 1876...GRASSHOPPERS WERE IN GREAT ABUNDANCE IN THE CITY
        AND CAUSED CONSIDERABLE DAMAGE TO GARDENS AND TO CROPS
        IN THE SURROUNDING FARMS AND RANCHES.
      IN 1951...HEAVY THUNDERSTORMS RUMBLED ACROSS METRO DENVER
        THROUGH THE NIGHT.  HEAVY RAIN TOTALED 3.45 INCHES AT
        STAPLETON AIRPORT.  THIS WAS THE GREATEST 24 HOUR
        PRECIPITATION EVER RECORDED DURING THE MONTH OF AUGUST
        IN DENVER.
      IN 2007...HEAVY RAIN CAUSED LOCALIZED FLASH FLOODING NEAR
        FT. LUPTON.  UP TO 8 INCHES OF WATER WAS REPORTED ACROSS
        COUNTY ROAD 18.  IN ADDITION...SEVERAL OTHER COUNTY ROADS
        IN THE IMMEDIATE AREA WERE WASHED OUT.
3     IN 1878...THE HIGH TEMPERATURE CLIMBED TO 100 DEGREES IN
        DOWNTOWN DENVER.
      IN 1900...A THUNDERSTORM PRODUCED WEST WINDS SUSTAINED TO
        48 MPH WITH GUSTS TO 55 MPH...BUT ONLY A TRACE OF RAIN.
      IN 1903...A THUNDERSTORM PRODUCED A TRACE OF RAINFALL AND
        NORTHWEST WINDS SUSTAINED TO 45 MPH WITH GUSTS TO 60 MPH.
        THE HIGH TEMPERATURE WAS 99 DEGREES.
      IN 1927...A THUNDERSTORM PRODUCED HAIL AND SUSTAINED NORTH
        WINDS TO 22 MPH.
      IN 1933...HEAVY CLOUDBURST RAINS CAUSED THE FAILURE OF THE
        CASTLEWOOD DAM...WHICH RESULTED IN FLASH FLOODING ON CHERRY
        CREEK...THE DEATHS OF 7 PEOPLE IN DENVER...AND FLOOD DAMAGE
        ESTIMATED AT 1 MILLION DOLLARS.  LOWER DENVER WAS FLOODED
        DURING THE MORNING BY WATERS POURING DOWN CHERRY CREEK
        AND ITS VALLEY FROM CASTLEWOOD DAM...WHICH HAD BROKEN
        BETWEEN MIDNIGHT AND 2:00 AM.  HEAVY RAIN OF 3 TO 9 INCHES
        IN 9 HOURS IN THE WATERSHED ABOVE THE DAM RESULTED IN THE
        FAILURE.  AT 7:30 AM...THE FLOW IN CHERRY CREEK WAS REPORTED
        AT 16 THOUSAND SECOND-FEET AS COMPARED WITH A PEAK FLOW OF
        3 THOUSAND SECOND-FEET IN OTHER YEARS.  THE FLOOD WATERS
        RUINED HUNDREDS OF ACRES OF CROPS AND DROWNED SCORES OF
        FARM ANIMALS.  SIX BRIDGES IN DENVER WERE SWEPT AWAY.
        GREAT DEPOSITS OF MUD WERE LEFT IN THE LOWER SECTIONS OF
        THE CITY...INCLUDING HUNDREDS OF BASEMENTS AND LOWER FLOORS
        OF BUILDINGS.  AT THE END OF THE MONTH...A DEADLY STENCH
        STILL ROSE FROM SWAMPY AREAS NEAR THE LOWER CITY LIMITS.
      IN 1963...HEAVY THUNDERSTORM RAINS IN THE PARKER AREA CAUSED
        CHERRY CREEK TO OVERFLOW...WHICH DAMAGED ROADS.
      IN 1985...A TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN BRIEFLY ABOUT 10 MILES
        NORTHEAST OF PARKER.  NO DAMAGE WAS REPORTED.
      IN 1991...UPSLOPE NORTHEAST WINDS PRODUCED CHILLY TEMPERATURE
        READINGS AND HEAVY RAIN ACROSS METRO DENVER.  RAINFALL...
        WITH NO THUNDER...TOTALED 1.56 INCHES AT STAPLETON
        INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT WHERE THE HEAVY RAIN BRIEFLY REDUCED
        THE SURFACE VISIBILITY TO 7/8 MILE.  THE MERCURY CLIMBED TO
        A HIGH OF ONLY 63 DEGREES.
      IN 1992...A THUNDERSTORM WIND GUST TO 64 MPH WAS RECORDED IN
        BRIGHTON.  A WIND GUST TO 60 MPH WAS MEASURED NEAR THE
        CONSTRUCTION SITE OF THE NEW DENVER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.
        LIGHTNING STARTED A FIRE IN AN EVERGREEN CHURCH...CAUSING
        OVER 75 THOUSAND DOLLARS IN DAMAGE.
      IN 1998...3/4 INCH HAIL FELL IN JEFFERSON COUNTY 15 MILES
        NORTHWEST OF ARVADA.
      IN 2006...HEAVY THUNDERSTORM RAINFALL CAUSED FLASH FLOODING
        ALONG LEYDEN CREEK IN UNINCORPORATED JEFFERSON COUNTY.
        AN AUTOMATED RAIN GAUGE ON UPPER LEYDEN CREEK...6 MILES
        NORTHWEST OF ARVADA...MEASURED 2.68 INCHES OF RAINFALL IN
        LESS THAN 2 HOURS.  TWO TO THREE FEET OF WATER COVERED THE
        ROADWAY AT THE INTERSECTION OF 82ND AND QUAKER STREET.
      IN 2009...A WOMAN RIDING HER BIKE...IN TRAINING FOR AN IRONMAN
        TRIATHOLON...WAS STRUCK BY LIGHTNING IN BOULDER.  SHE WAS IN
        THE 78TH MILE OF A 100-MILE TRAINING RIDE WHEN SHE WAS
        HIT.  THE WOMAN LOST HER VISION INITIALLY AND COULDN`T
        MOVE HER ARMS.  AFTER A SHORT STAY IN THE HOSPITAL...SHE
        MADE OF COMPLETE RECOVERY.
      IN 2013...SEVERE WET MICROBURST THUNDERSTORMS PRODUCED
        DAMAGING WINDS AND VERY HEAVY RAIN IN AND AROUND BUCKLEY
        AIR FORCE BASE...ERIE AND LAFAYETTE. PEAK GUSTS INCLUDED:
        68 MPH IN ERIE...61 MPH AT BUCKLEY AFB...AND 60 MPH IN
        BROOMFIELD...4 MILES EAST-SOUTHEAST OF ERIE AND LAFAYETTE.
        IN ERIE...A VELODROM UNDER CONSTRUCTION WAS HEAVILY DAMAGED
        BY HEAVY RAIN AND HIGH WINDS.  THE WIND TOPPLED THE EASTERN
        THIRD OF THE 250-METER CYCLING TRACK. BOLTS MEASURING
        ONE-HALF-INCH THICK BY 7 1/2 INCHES IN LENGTH WERE RIPPED OUT
        OF CONCRETE FOOTERS WHILE 16-INCH-WIDE TRUSSES...COLLAPSED
        UNDER THE FORCE OF THE WIND. IN TOWN...HEAVY RAIN...AROUND
        2.5 INCHES IN LESS THAN ONE HOUR...CAUSED EXTENSIVE STREET
        FLOODING.  THE INTENSE WIND ALSO DOWNED TREES WHICH RESULTED
        IN LOCALIZED POWER OUTAGES. IN ADDITION...AN EMPTY SEMI-TRAILER
        WAS BLOWN ON ITS SIDE.  A WEAK NON SUPERCELL TORNADO TOUCHED
        DOWN BRIEFLY IN AN OPEN FIELD...7 MILES NORTHWEST OF HUDSON.
        THE STORM FORCED SEVEN INCOMING FLIGHTS AT DENVER
        INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT TO BE DIVERTED AND CONTRIBUTED TO
        45-MINUTE DELAYS FOR OTHERS.  AT DENVER INTERNATIONAL
        AIRPORT...A PEAK WIND GUST OF 55 MPH WAS OBSERVED FROM THE
        NORTHEAST...WITH 0.66 INCHES OF RAINFALL RECORDED.  THE VERY
        HEAVY RAIN PRODUCED FLASH FLOODING IN PART OF AURORA.  ROAD
        CLOSURES WERE SET UP IN BOTH DIRECTIONS ON BOTH PICADILLY ROAD
        AND GUN CLUB ROAD...JUST NORTH OF BUCKLEY AFB. A MAN HAD TO BE
        RESCUED WHEN HIS CAR WAS TRAPPED IN FLOOD WATERS AT THE
        INTERSECTION OF 6TH AVE. AND PICADILLY ROAD. FLASH FLOODING
        WAS ALSO OBSERVED AT THE JUNCTION OF E-470 AND I-70 WITH WATER
        RUNNING OVER THE ROAD.
3-4   IN 1988...TWO INCHES OF RAIN FELL IN 3 HOURS AT BOTH MORRISON
        AND WHEAT RIDGE.  THUNDERSTORM RAINFALL TOTALED 0.80
        INCH OVERNIGHT AT STAPLETON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.

$$



000
NOUS45 KBOU 030859
PNSBOU
COZ030>051-032300-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DENVER/BOULDER CO
259 AM MDT MON AUG 3 2015

...TODAY IN METRO DENVER WEATHER HISTORY...

2-3   IN 1876...GRASSHOPPERS WERE IN GREAT ABUNDANCE IN THE CITY
        AND CAUSED CONSIDERABLE DAMAGE TO GARDENS AND TO CROPS
        IN THE SURROUNDING FARMS AND RANCHES.
      IN 1951...HEAVY THUNDERSTORMS RUMBLED ACROSS METRO DENVER
        THROUGH THE NIGHT.  HEAVY RAIN TOTALED 3.45 INCHES AT
        STAPLETON AIRPORT.  THIS WAS THE GREATEST 24 HOUR
        PRECIPITATION EVER RECORDED DURING THE MONTH OF AUGUST
        IN DENVER.
      IN 2007...HEAVY RAIN CAUSED LOCALIZED FLASH FLOODING NEAR
        FT. LUPTON.  UP TO 8 INCHES OF WATER WAS REPORTED ACROSS
        COUNTY ROAD 18.  IN ADDITION...SEVERAL OTHER COUNTY ROADS
        IN THE IMMEDIATE AREA WERE WASHED OUT.
3     IN 1878...THE HIGH TEMPERATURE CLIMBED TO 100 DEGREES IN
        DOWNTOWN DENVER.
      IN 1900...A THUNDERSTORM PRODUCED WEST WINDS SUSTAINED TO
        48 MPH WITH GUSTS TO 55 MPH...BUT ONLY A TRACE OF RAIN.
      IN 1903...A THUNDERSTORM PRODUCED A TRACE OF RAINFALL AND
        NORTHWEST WINDS SUSTAINED TO 45 MPH WITH GUSTS TO 60 MPH.
        THE HIGH TEMPERATURE WAS 99 DEGREES.
      IN 1927...A THUNDERSTORM PRODUCED HAIL AND SUSTAINED NORTH
        WINDS TO 22 MPH.
      IN 1933...HEAVY CLOUDBURST RAINS CAUSED THE FAILURE OF THE
        CASTLEWOOD DAM...WHICH RESULTED IN FLASH FLOODING ON CHERRY
        CREEK...THE DEATHS OF 7 PEOPLE IN DENVER...AND FLOOD DAMAGE
        ESTIMATED AT 1 MILLION DOLLARS.  LOWER DENVER WAS FLOODED
        DURING THE MORNING BY WATERS POURING DOWN CHERRY CREEK
        AND ITS VALLEY FROM CASTLEWOOD DAM...WHICH HAD BROKEN
        BETWEEN MIDNIGHT AND 2:00 AM.  HEAVY RAIN OF 3 TO 9 INCHES
        IN 9 HOURS IN THE WATERSHED ABOVE THE DAM RESULTED IN THE
        FAILURE.  AT 7:30 AM...THE FLOW IN CHERRY CREEK WAS REPORTED
        AT 16 THOUSAND SECOND-FEET AS COMPARED WITH A PEAK FLOW OF
        3 THOUSAND SECOND-FEET IN OTHER YEARS.  THE FLOOD WATERS
        RUINED HUNDREDS OF ACRES OF CROPS AND DROWNED SCORES OF
        FARM ANIMALS.  SIX BRIDGES IN DENVER WERE SWEPT AWAY.
        GREAT DEPOSITS OF MUD WERE LEFT IN THE LOWER SECTIONS OF
        THE CITY...INCLUDING HUNDREDS OF BASEMENTS AND LOWER FLOORS
        OF BUILDINGS.  AT THE END OF THE MONTH...A DEADLY STENCH
        STILL ROSE FROM SWAMPY AREAS NEAR THE LOWER CITY LIMITS.
      IN 1963...HEAVY THUNDERSTORM RAINS IN THE PARKER AREA CAUSED
        CHERRY CREEK TO OVERFLOW...WHICH DAMAGED ROADS.
      IN 1985...A TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN BRIEFLY ABOUT 10 MILES
        NORTHEAST OF PARKER.  NO DAMAGE WAS REPORTED.
      IN 1991...UPSLOPE NORTHEAST WINDS PRODUCED CHILLY TEMPERATURE
        READINGS AND HEAVY RAIN ACROSS METRO DENVER.  RAINFALL...
        WITH NO THUNDER...TOTALED 1.56 INCHES AT STAPLETON
        INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT WHERE THE HEAVY RAIN BRIEFLY REDUCED
        THE SURFACE VISIBILITY TO 7/8 MILE.  THE MERCURY CLIMBED TO
        A HIGH OF ONLY 63 DEGREES.
      IN 1992...A THUNDERSTORM WIND GUST TO 64 MPH WAS RECORDED IN
        BRIGHTON.  A WIND GUST TO 60 MPH WAS MEASURED NEAR THE
        CONSTRUCTION SITE OF THE NEW DENVER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.
        LIGHTNING STARTED A FIRE IN AN EVERGREEN CHURCH...CAUSING
        OVER 75 THOUSAND DOLLARS IN DAMAGE.
      IN 1998...3/4 INCH HAIL FELL IN JEFFERSON COUNTY 15 MILES
        NORTHWEST OF ARVADA.
      IN 2006...HEAVY THUNDERSTORM RAINFALL CAUSED FLASH FLOODING
        ALONG LEYDEN CREEK IN UNINCORPORATED JEFFERSON COUNTY.
        AN AUTOMATED RAIN GAUGE ON UPPER LEYDEN CREEK...6 MILES
        NORTHWEST OF ARVADA...MEASURED 2.68 INCHES OF RAINFALL IN
        LESS THAN 2 HOURS.  TWO TO THREE FEET OF WATER COVERED THE
        ROADWAY AT THE INTERSECTION OF 82ND AND QUAKER STREET.
      IN 2009...A WOMAN RIDING HER BIKE...IN TRAINING FOR AN IRONMAN
        TRIATHOLON...WAS STRUCK BY LIGHTNING IN BOULDER.  SHE WAS IN
        THE 78TH MILE OF A 100-MILE TRAINING RIDE WHEN SHE WAS
        HIT.  THE WOMAN LOST HER VISION INITIALLY AND COULDN`T
        MOVE HER ARMS.  AFTER A SHORT STAY IN THE HOSPITAL...SHE
        MADE OF COMPLETE RECOVERY.
      IN 2013...SEVERE WET MICROBURST THUNDERSTORMS PRODUCED
        DAMAGING WINDS AND VERY HEAVY RAIN IN AND AROUND BUCKLEY
        AIR FORCE BASE...ERIE AND LAFAYETTE. PEAK GUSTS INCLUDED:
        68 MPH IN ERIE...61 MPH AT BUCKLEY AFB...AND 60 MPH IN
        BROOMFIELD...4 MILES EAST-SOUTHEAST OF ERIE AND LAFAYETTE.
        IN ERIE...A VELODROM UNDER CONSTRUCTION WAS HEAVILY DAMAGED
        BY HEAVY RAIN AND HIGH WINDS.  THE WIND TOPPLED THE EASTERN
        THIRD OF THE 250-METER CYCLING TRACK. BOLTS MEASURING
        ONE-HALF-INCH THICK BY 7 1/2 INCHES IN LENGTH WERE RIPPED OUT
        OF CONCRETE FOOTERS WHILE 16-INCH-WIDE TRUSSES...COLLAPSED
        UNDER THE FORCE OF THE WIND. IN TOWN...HEAVY RAIN...AROUND
        2.5 INCHES IN LESS THAN ONE HOUR...CAUSED EXTENSIVE STREET
        FLOODING.  THE INTENSE WIND ALSO DOWNED TREES WHICH RESULTED
        IN LOCALIZED POWER OUTAGES. IN ADDITION...AN EMPTY SEMI-TRAILER
        WAS BLOWN ON ITS SIDE.  A WEAK NON SUPERCELL TORNADO TOUCHED
        DOWN BRIEFLY IN AN OPEN FIELD...7 MILES NORTHWEST OF HUDSON.
        THE STORM FORCED SEVEN INCOMING FLIGHTS AT DENVER
        INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT TO BE DIVERTED AND CONTRIBUTED TO
        45-MINUTE DELAYS FOR OTHERS.  AT DENVER INTERNATIONAL
        AIRPORT...A PEAK WIND GUST OF 55 MPH WAS OBSERVED FROM THE
        NORTHEAST...WITH 0.66 INCHES OF RAINFALL RECORDED.  THE VERY
        HEAVY RAIN PRODUCED FLASH FLOODING IN PART OF AURORA.  ROAD
        CLOSURES WERE SET UP IN BOTH DIRECTIONS ON BOTH PICADILLY ROAD
        AND GUN CLUB ROAD...JUST NORTH OF BUCKLEY AFB. A MAN HAD TO BE
        RESCUED WHEN HIS CAR WAS TRAPPED IN FLOOD WATERS AT THE
        INTERSECTION OF 6TH AVE. AND PICADILLY ROAD. FLASH FLOODING
        WAS ALSO OBSERVED AT THE JUNCTION OF E-470 AND I-70 WITH WATER
        RUNNING OVER THE ROAD.
3-4   IN 1988...TWO INCHES OF RAIN FELL IN 3 HOURS AT BOTH MORRISON
        AND WHEAT RIDGE.  THUNDERSTORM RAINFALL TOTALED 0.80
        INCH OVERNIGHT AT STAPLETON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.

$$


000
NOUS46 KLOX 030530
PNSLOX
CAZ034>041-044>046-051>054-059-087-088-547>550-031720-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOS ANGELES/OXNARD CA
1020 PM PDT SUN AUG 2 2015


...STRONGEST WIND GUSTS FOR THE PAST 6 HOURS ...

LOCATION                     SPEED     TIME/DATE       ELEVATION

...SANTA BARBARA COUNTY...
REFUGIO HILLS                53 MPH    1006 PM 08/02   1465 FT
GAVIOTA                      45 MPH    0900 PM 08/02   87 FT
SAN MARCOS PASS              35 MPH    1006 PM 08/02   1491 FT


OBSERVATIONS ARE COLLECTED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES WITH VARYING
EQUIPMENT AND EXPOSURE. NOT ALL DATA LISTED ARE CONSIDERED OFFICIAL.

$$

SUKUP



000
NOUS46 KLOX 030530
PNSLOX
CAZ034>041-044>046-051>054-059-087-088-547>550-031720-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOS ANGELES/OXNARD CA
1020 PM PDT SUN AUG 2 2015


...STRONGEST WIND GUSTS FOR THE PAST 6 HOURS ...

LOCATION                     SPEED     TIME/DATE       ELEVATION

...SANTA BARBARA COUNTY...
REFUGIO HILLS                53 MPH    1006 PM 08/02   1465 FT
GAVIOTA                      45 MPH    0900 PM 08/02   87 FT
SAN MARCOS PASS              35 MPH    1006 PM 08/02   1491 FT


OBSERVATIONS ARE COLLECTED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES WITH VARYING
EQUIPMENT AND EXPOSURE. NOT ALL DATA LISTED ARE CONSIDERED OFFICIAL.

$$

SUKUP



000
NOUS46 KLOX 030530
PNSLOX
CAZ034>041-044>046-051>054-059-087-088-547>550-031720-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOS ANGELES/OXNARD CA
1020 PM PDT SUN AUG 2 2015


...STRONGEST WIND GUSTS FOR THE PAST 6 HOURS ...

LOCATION                     SPEED     TIME/DATE       ELEVATION

...SANTA BARBARA COUNTY...
REFUGIO HILLS                53 MPH    1006 PM 08/02   1465 FT
GAVIOTA                      45 MPH    0900 PM 08/02   87 FT
SAN MARCOS PASS              35 MPH    1006 PM 08/02   1491 FT


OBSERVATIONS ARE COLLECTED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES WITH VARYING
EQUIPMENT AND EXPOSURE. NOT ALL DATA LISTED ARE CONSIDERED OFFICIAL.

$$

SUKUP



000
NOUS46 KLOX 030530
PNSLOX
CAZ034>041-044>046-051>054-059-087-088-547>550-031720-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOS ANGELES/OXNARD CA
1020 PM PDT SUN AUG 2 2015


...STRONGEST WIND GUSTS FOR THE PAST 6 HOURS ...

LOCATION                     SPEED     TIME/DATE       ELEVATION

...SANTA BARBARA COUNTY...
REFUGIO HILLS                53 MPH    1006 PM 08/02   1465 FT
GAVIOTA                      45 MPH    0900 PM 08/02   87 FT
SAN MARCOS PASS              35 MPH    1006 PM 08/02   1491 FT


OBSERVATIONS ARE COLLECTED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES WITH VARYING
EQUIPMENT AND EXPOSURE. NOT ALL DATA LISTED ARE CONSIDERED OFFICIAL.

$$

SUKUP



000
NOUS43 KGRR 030322
PNSGRR
MIZ037>040-043>046-050>052-056>059-064>067-071>074-031521-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND RAPIDS MI
1121 PM EDT SUN AUG 2 2015


...WIND REPORTS PAST 6 HOURS ...

LOCATION                     SPEED     TIME/DATE       LAT/LON

...ALLEGAN COUNTY...
W MICH REGIONAL ARPT         45 MPH    0529 PM 08/02   42.74N/86.11W
1 ESE NORTH DORR             39 MPH    0533 PM 08/02   42.76N/85.73W
2 WNW BRADLEY                37 MPH    0605 PM 08/02   42.64N/85.68W

...BARRY COUNTY...
1 ENE WOODLAND               38 MPH    0532 PM 08/02   42.74N/85.11W

...CALHOUN COUNTY...
W K KELLOGG AIRPORT          45 MPH    1030 PM 08/02   42.31N/85.25W

...CLARE COUNTY...
2 SW LEOTA                   35 MPH    0612 PM 08/02   44.12N/84.92W

...EATON COUNTY...
CHARLOTTE FITCH BEACH ARPT   35 MPH    0715 PM 08/02   42.57N/84.81W

...GRATIOT COUNTY...
GRATIOT COMMUNITY AIRPORT    38 MPH    0531 PM 08/02   43.32N/84.68W
WHEELER                      38 MPH    0911 PM 08/02   43.41N/84.46W

...INGHAM COUNTY...
2 NNE LANSING                36 MPH    0600 PM 08/02   42.74N/84.54W
MASON JEWETT ARPT            36 MPH    1011 PM 08/02   42.57N/84.42W

...IONIA COUNTY...
IONIA COUNTY ARPT            39 MPH    0714 PM 08/02   42.94N/85.06W

...JACKSON COUNTY...
JACKSON COUNTY-REYNOLDS FIEL 39 MPH    0753 PM 08/02   42.26N/84.46W

...KALAMAZOO COUNTY...
KZOO/BATTLE CREEK INTL AIRPO 43 MPH    1027 PM 08/02   42.23N/85.55W

...KENT COUNTY...
GERALD R FORD INTL           46 MPH    0535 PM 08/02   42.89N/85.54W
2 SE CEDAR SPRINGS           39 MPH    0836 PM 08/02   43.19N/85.51W

...MARINE REPORTING STATIONS...
LUDINGTON BUOY               47 MPH    0530 PM 08/02   44.00N/86.60W
SOUTH HAVEN BUOY             43 MPH    1030 PM 08/02   42.40N/86.30W
PORT SHELDON BUOY            38 MPH    0910 PM 08/02   42.90N/86.30W
SOUTH HAVEN GLERL            38 MPH    0530 PM 08/02   42.40N/86.29W
MUSKEGON BUOY                36 MPH    0820 PM 08/02   43.20N/86.40W

...MUSKEGON COUNTY...
MUSKEGON COUNTY AIRPORT      44 MPH    0543 PM 08/02   43.17N/86.24W
MUSKEGON GLERL               41 MPH    0610 PM 08/02   43.23N/86.34W
WABANINGO                    40 MPH    0656 PM 08/02   43.37N/86.42W
CLOVERVILLE                  35 MPH    0813 PM 08/02   43.19N/86.16W

...NEWAYGO COUNTY...
FREMONT MUNICIPAL ARPT       39 MPH    0545 PM 08/02   43.44N/85.99W

...OCEANA COUNTY...
4 SSE HART                   48 MPH    0750 PM 08/02   43.64N/86.33W
3 ENE PENTWATER              39 MPH    0614 PM 08/02   43.81N/86.38W

...VAN BUREN COUNTY...
MATTAWAN                     42 MPH    0524 PM 08/02   42.21N/85.79W
2 WSW GOBLES                 40 MPH    1010 PM 08/02   42.35N/85.92W

OBSERVATIONS ARE COLLECTED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES WITH VARYING
EQUIPMENT AND EXPOSURE. NOT ALL DATA LISTED ARE CONSIDERED OFFICIAL.

$$

NWS GRAND RAPIDS MI


000
NOUS43 KGRR 030322
PNSGRR
MIZ037>040-043>046-050>052-056>059-064>067-071>074-031521-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND RAPIDS MI
1121 PM EDT SUN AUG 2 2015


...WIND REPORTS PAST 6 HOURS ...

LOCATION                     SPEED     TIME/DATE       LAT/LON

...ALLEGAN COUNTY...
W MICH REGIONAL ARPT         45 MPH    0529 PM 08/02   42.74N/86.11W
1 ESE NORTH DORR             39 MPH    0533 PM 08/02   42.76N/85.73W
2 WNW BRADLEY                37 MPH    0605 PM 08/02   42.64N/85.68W

...BARRY COUNTY...
1 ENE WOODLAND               38 MPH    0532 PM 08/02   42.74N/85.11W

...CALHOUN COUNTY...
W K KELLOGG AIRPORT          45 MPH    1030 PM 08/02   42.31N/85.25W

...CLARE COUNTY...
2 SW LEOTA                   35 MPH    0612 PM 08/02   44.12N/84.92W

...EATON COUNTY...
CHARLOTTE FITCH BEACH ARPT   35 MPH    0715 PM 08/02   42.57N/84.81W

...GRATIOT COUNTY...
GRATIOT COMMUNITY AIRPORT    38 MPH    0531 PM 08/02   43.32N/84.68W
WHEELER                      38 MPH    0911 PM 08/02   43.41N/84.46W

...INGHAM COUNTY...
2 NNE LANSING                36 MPH    0600 PM 08/02   42.74N/84.54W
MASON JEWETT ARPT            36 MPH    1011 PM 08/02   42.57N/84.42W

...IONIA COUNTY...
IONIA COUNTY ARPT            39 MPH    0714 PM 08/02   42.94N/85.06W

...JACKSON COUNTY...
JACKSON COUNTY-REYNOLDS FIEL 39 MPH    0753 PM 08/02   42.26N/84.46W

...KALAMAZOO COUNTY...
KZOO/BATTLE CREEK INTL AIRPO 43 MPH    1027 PM 08/02   42.23N/85.55W

...KENT COUNTY...
GERALD R FORD INTL           46 MPH    0535 PM 08/02   42.89N/85.54W
2 SE CEDAR SPRINGS           39 MPH    0836 PM 08/02   43.19N/85.51W

...MARINE REPORTING STATIONS...
LUDINGTON BUOY               47 MPH    0530 PM 08/02   44.00N/86.60W
SOUTH HAVEN BUOY             43 MPH    1030 PM 08/02   42.40N/86.30W
PORT SHELDON BUOY            38 MPH    0910 PM 08/02   42.90N/86.30W
SOUTH HAVEN GLERL            38 MPH    0530 PM 08/02   42.40N/86.29W
MUSKEGON BUOY                36 MPH    0820 PM 08/02   43.20N/86.40W

...MUSKEGON COUNTY...
MUSKEGON COUNTY AIRPORT      44 MPH    0543 PM 08/02   43.17N/86.24W
MUSKEGON GLERL               41 MPH    0610 PM 08/02   43.23N/86.34W
WABANINGO                    40 MPH    0656 PM 08/02   43.37N/86.42W
CLOVERVILLE                  35 MPH    0813 PM 08/02   43.19N/86.16W

...NEWAYGO COUNTY...
FREMONT MUNICIPAL ARPT       39 MPH    0545 PM 08/02   43.44N/85.99W

...OCEANA COUNTY...
4 SSE HART                   48 MPH    0750 PM 08/02   43.64N/86.33W
3 ENE PENTWATER              39 MPH    0614 PM 08/02   43.81N/86.38W

...VAN BUREN COUNTY...
MATTAWAN                     42 MPH    0524 PM 08/02   42.21N/85.79W
2 WSW GOBLES                 40 MPH    1010 PM 08/02   42.35N/85.92W

OBSERVATIONS ARE COLLECTED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES WITH VARYING
EQUIPMENT AND EXPOSURE. NOT ALL DATA LISTED ARE CONSIDERED OFFICIAL.

$$

NWS GRAND RAPIDS MI


000
NOUS43 KGRR 030322
PNSGRR
MIZ037>040-043>046-050>052-056>059-064>067-071>074-031521-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND RAPIDS MI
1121 PM EDT SUN AUG 2 2015


...WIND REPORTS PAST 6 HOURS ...

LOCATION                     SPEED     TIME/DATE       LAT/LON

...ALLEGAN COUNTY...
W MICH REGIONAL ARPT         45 MPH    0529 PM 08/02   42.74N/86.11W
1 ESE NORTH DORR             39 MPH    0533 PM 08/02   42.76N/85.73W
2 WNW BRADLEY                37 MPH    0605 PM 08/02   42.64N/85.68W

...BARRY COUNTY...
1 ENE WOODLAND               38 MPH    0532 PM 08/02   42.74N/85.11W

...CALHOUN COUNTY...
W K KELLOGG AIRPORT          45 MPH    1030 PM 08/02   42.31N/85.25W

...CLARE COUNTY...
2 SW LEOTA                   35 MPH    0612 PM 08/02   44.12N/84.92W

...EATON COUNTY...
CHARLOTTE FITCH BEACH ARPT   35 MPH    0715 PM 08/02   42.57N/84.81W

...GRATIOT COUNTY...
GRATIOT COMMUNITY AIRPORT    38 MPH    0531 PM 08/02   43.32N/84.68W
WHEELER                      38 MPH    0911 PM 08/02   43.41N/84.46W

...INGHAM COUNTY...
2 NNE LANSING                36 MPH    0600 PM 08/02   42.74N/84.54W
MASON JEWETT ARPT            36 MPH    1011 PM 08/02   42.57N/84.42W

...IONIA COUNTY...
IONIA COUNTY ARPT            39 MPH    0714 PM 08/02   42.94N/85.06W

...JACKSON COUNTY...
JACKSON COUNTY-REYNOLDS FIEL 39 MPH    0753 PM 08/02   42.26N/84.46W

...KALAMAZOO COUNTY...
KZOO/BATTLE CREEK INTL AIRPO 43 MPH    1027 PM 08/02   42.23N/85.55W

...KENT COUNTY...
GERALD R FORD INTL           46 MPH    0535 PM 08/02   42.89N/85.54W
2 SE CEDAR SPRINGS           39 MPH    0836 PM 08/02   43.19N/85.51W

...MARINE REPORTING STATIONS...
LUDINGTON BUOY               47 MPH    0530 PM 08/02   44.00N/86.60W
SOUTH HAVEN BUOY             43 MPH    1030 PM 08/02   42.40N/86.30W
PORT SHELDON BUOY            38 MPH    0910 PM 08/02   42.90N/86.30W
SOUTH HAVEN GLERL            38 MPH    0530 PM 08/02   42.40N/86.29W
MUSKEGON BUOY                36 MPH    0820 PM 08/02   43.20N/86.40W

...MUSKEGON COUNTY...
MUSKEGON COUNTY AIRPORT      44 MPH    0543 PM 08/02   43.17N/86.24W
MUSKEGON GLERL               41 MPH    0610 PM 08/02   43.23N/86.34W
WABANINGO                    40 MPH    0656 PM 08/02   43.37N/86.42W
CLOVERVILLE                  35 MPH    0813 PM 08/02   43.19N/86.16W

...NEWAYGO COUNTY...
FREMONT MUNICIPAL ARPT       39 MPH    0545 PM 08/02   43.44N/85.99W

...OCEANA COUNTY...
4 SSE HART                   48 MPH    0750 PM 08/02   43.64N/86.33W
3 ENE PENTWATER              39 MPH    0614 PM 08/02   43.81N/86.38W

...VAN BUREN COUNTY...
MATTAWAN                     42 MPH    0524 PM 08/02   42.21N/85.79W
2 WSW GOBLES                 40 MPH    1010 PM 08/02   42.35N/85.92W

OBSERVATIONS ARE COLLECTED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES WITH VARYING
EQUIPMENT AND EXPOSURE. NOT ALL DATA LISTED ARE CONSIDERED OFFICIAL.

$$

NWS GRAND RAPIDS MI


000
NOUS43 KGRR 030322
PNSGRR
MIZ037>040-043>046-050>052-056>059-064>067-071>074-031521-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND RAPIDS MI
1121 PM EDT SUN AUG 2 2015


...WIND REPORTS PAST 6 HOURS ...

LOCATION                     SPEED     TIME/DATE       LAT/LON

...ALLEGAN COUNTY...
W MICH REGIONAL ARPT         45 MPH    0529 PM 08/02   42.74N/86.11W
1 ESE NORTH DORR             39 MPH    0533 PM 08/02   42.76N/85.73W
2 WNW BRADLEY                37 MPH    0605 PM 08/02   42.64N/85.68W

...BARRY COUNTY...
1 ENE WOODLAND               38 MPH    0532 PM 08/02   42.74N/85.11W

...CALHOUN COUNTY...
W K KELLOGG AIRPORT          45 MPH    1030 PM 08/02   42.31N/85.25W

...CLARE COUNTY...
2 SW LEOTA                   35 MPH    0612 PM 08/02   44.12N/84.92W

...EATON COUNTY...
CHARLOTTE FITCH BEACH ARPT   35 MPH    0715 PM 08/02   42.57N/84.81W

...GRATIOT COUNTY...
GRATIOT COMMUNITY AIRPORT    38 MPH    0531 PM 08/02   43.32N/84.68W
WHEELER                      38 MPH    0911 PM 08/02   43.41N/84.46W

...INGHAM COUNTY...
2 NNE LANSING                36 MPH    0600 PM 08/02   42.74N/84.54W
MASON JEWETT ARPT            36 MPH    1011 PM 08/02   42.57N/84.42W

...IONIA COUNTY...
IONIA COUNTY ARPT            39 MPH    0714 PM 08/02   42.94N/85.06W

...JACKSON COUNTY...
JACKSON COUNTY-REYNOLDS FIEL 39 MPH    0753 PM 08/02   42.26N/84.46W

...KALAMAZOO COUNTY...
KZOO/BATTLE CREEK INTL AIRPO 43 MPH    1027 PM 08/02   42.23N/85.55W

...KENT COUNTY...
GERALD R FORD INTL           46 MPH    0535 PM 08/02   42.89N/85.54W
2 SE CEDAR SPRINGS           39 MPH    0836 PM 08/02   43.19N/85.51W

...MARINE REPORTING STATIONS...
LUDINGTON BUOY               47 MPH    0530 PM 08/02   44.00N/86.60W
SOUTH HAVEN BUOY             43 MPH    1030 PM 08/02   42.40N/86.30W
PORT SHELDON BUOY            38 MPH    0910 PM 08/02   42.90N/86.30W
SOUTH HAVEN GLERL            38 MPH    0530 PM 08/02   42.40N/86.29W
MUSKEGON BUOY                36 MPH    0820 PM 08/02   43.20N/86.40W

...MUSKEGON COUNTY...
MUSKEGON COUNTY AIRPORT      44 MPH    0543 PM 08/02   43.17N/86.24W
MUSKEGON GLERL               41 MPH    0610 PM 08/02   43.23N/86.34W
WABANINGO                    40 MPH    0656 PM 08/02   43.37N/86.42W
CLOVERVILLE                  35 MPH    0813 PM 08/02   43.19N/86.16W

...NEWAYGO COUNTY...
FREMONT MUNICIPAL ARPT       39 MPH    0545 PM 08/02   43.44N/85.99W

...OCEANA COUNTY...
4 SSE HART                   48 MPH    0750 PM 08/02   43.64N/86.33W
3 ENE PENTWATER              39 MPH    0614 PM 08/02   43.81N/86.38W

...VAN BUREN COUNTY...
MATTAWAN                     42 MPH    0524 PM 08/02   42.21N/85.79W
2 WSW GOBLES                 40 MPH    1010 PM 08/02   42.35N/85.92W

OBSERVATIONS ARE COLLECTED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES WITH VARYING
EQUIPMENT AND EXPOSURE. NOT ALL DATA LISTED ARE CONSIDERED OFFICIAL.

$$

NWS GRAND RAPIDS MI


000
NOUS43 KDMX 030259
PNSDMX
IAZ004>007-015>017-023>028-033>039-044>050-057>062-070>075-081>086-
092>097-032300-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
959 PM CDT SUN AUG 2 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM SURVEY SCHEDULED FOR ADAMS COUNTY MONDAY...

A STORM SURVEY WILL BE CONDUCTED BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
OFFICE IN DES MOINES IN ADAMS COUNTY MONDAY IN RELATION TO THE SEVERE
THUNDERSTORMS THAT MOVED THROUGH THE AREA ON THE EVENING OF
8/2/2015.

THE PRELIMINARY RESULTS AND CONCLUSIONS OF THE SURVEY WILL BE
COMPLETED AND TRANSMITTED VIA A PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT AND
ALSO POSTED TO OUR WEBSITE [WEATHER.GOV/DMX] BY LATE MONDAY
AFTERNOON.

$$

MJB



000
NOUS43 KDMX 030259
PNSDMX
IAZ004>007-015>017-023>028-033>039-044>050-057>062-070>075-081>086-
092>097-032300-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
959 PM CDT SUN AUG 2 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM SURVEY SCHEDULED FOR ADAMS COUNTY MONDAY...

A STORM SURVEY WILL BE CONDUCTED BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
OFFICE IN DES MOINES IN ADAMS COUNTY MONDAY IN RELATION TO THE SEVERE
THUNDERSTORMS THAT MOVED THROUGH THE AREA ON THE EVENING OF
8/2/2015.

THE PRELIMINARY RESULTS AND CONCLUSIONS OF THE SURVEY WILL BE
COMPLETED AND TRANSMITTED VIA A PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT AND
ALSO POSTED TO OUR WEBSITE [WEATHER.GOV/DMX] BY LATE MONDAY
AFTERNOON.

$$

MJB


000
NOUS45 KSLC 030237
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
835 PM MDT SUN AUG 2 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS RAINFALL AND PEAK WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 800 PM.

***** PRECIP REPORTS *****                 TIME      PRECIP

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                      8 PM SUN     0.02

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                 8 PM SUN     0.08
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                   8 PM SUN     0.04
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            8 PM SUN     0.04
HOLLADAY - 4344 FT                       8 PM SUN     0.03
NORTH HOLLADAY - 4600 FT                 7 PM SUN     0.02

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
NEPHI - 5002 FT                          8 PM SUN     0.08
PLEASANT GROVE - 5200 FT                 7 PM SUN     0.04

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
EMIGRATION CANYON - 6024 FT              8 PM SUN     0.02

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
FOUNTAIN GREEN 4ENE - 7166 FT            8 PM SUN     0.28
ALTA - 8730 FT                           5 PM SUN     0.02

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
YELLOWSTONE RIVER NR ALTONAH - 7506 FT   8 PM SUN     0.18
YELLOWSTONE DRAINAGE - 7800 FT           8 PM SUN     0.09

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
HORSE RIDGE - 8480 FT                    8 PM SUN     0.30
BRUIN POINT - 10200 FT                   7 PM SUN     0.15

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      7 PM SUN     0.08

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
HANKSVILLE                               8 PM SUN     0.29
TORREY - 6050 FT                         2 PM SUN     0.25
CAPITOL REEF NP - 5905 FT                8 PM SUN     0.22

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
MANTI - 5740 FT                          8 PM SUN     0.81
SPRING CITY - 5835 FT                    8 PM SUN     0.75
MOUNT PLEASANT - 5924 FT                 8 PM SUN     0.42
SEVIER RESERVOIR - 5369 FT               7 PM SUN     0.26
VENICE - 5244 FT                         8 PM SUN     0.21
MONROE - 5364 FT                         8 PM SUN     0.18

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
OAK CITY - 5135 FT                       8 PM SUN     0.03

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
WHITE REEF - 3440 FT                     8 PM SUN     0.04

...SOUTH CENTRAL UTAH...
KODACHROME BASIN PARK - 5810 FT          5 PM SUN     0.10
TELEGRAPH FLAT - 5460 FT                 7 PM SUN     0.03

...GLEN CANYON RECREATION AREA/LAKE POWELL...
BULLFROG MARINA - 3700 FT                8 PM SUN     0.68

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    8 PM SUN     0.54
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     7 PM SUN     0.51
10 ESE OAK CITY - 7268 FT                8 PM SUN     0.28
FILLMORE PORT #1 - 6229 FT               7 PM SUN     0.27
BLACK CEDAR - 6480 FT                    7 PM SUN     0.11
MUDDY CREEK NR EMERY - 6440 FT           7 PM SUN     0.10

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      7 PM SUN     0.81
FISHLAKE D2 PT #2 - 7100 FT              7 PM SUN     0.71
LOA - 7096 FT                            8 PM SUN     0.54
LARB HOLLOW - 8490 FT                    8 PM SUN     0.30
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              8 PM SUN     0.29
ASSAY - 8100 FT                          8 PM SUN     0.26
BRYCE CANYON - 7855 FT                   7 PM SUN     0.20
BRYCE CANYON AIRPORT - 7585 FT           8 PM SUN     0.18
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              7 PM SUN     0.10

***** WIND REPORTS *****                   TIME     WINDSPEED

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
I-15 AT PLYMOUTH - 4495 FT               6 PM SUN     44 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
I-15 AT 500 S - 4400 FT                  4 PM SUN     43 MPH
VERNON HILL - 5761 FT                    3 PM SUN     42 MPH
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT         5 PM SUN     41 MPH
BACCUS HIGHWAY - 5172 FT                 3 PM SUN     41 MPH
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         5 PM SUN     40 MPH
LAKE POINT I-80 - 4301 FT                5 PM SUN     40 MPH
TRANS-JORDAN LANDFILL - 5201 FT          3 PM SUN     40 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT                5 PM SUN     52 MPH
DIDDLE KNOLL - 4265 FT                   7 PM SUN     48 MPH
WEST OF WILDCAT MTN - 4259 FT            6 PM SUN     48 MPH
UPPER CEDAR MTN - 7052 FT                6 PM SUN     48 MPH
CAUSEWAY - 4246 FT                       7 PM SUN     47 MPH
CAMEL BACK MTN - 5077 FT                 6 PM SUN     47 MPH
I-80 AT MP 1 - 4270 FT                   8 PM SUN     46 MPH
INTERSTATE 80 - 4125 FT                  7 PM SUN     46 MPH
SALT FLATS - 4265 FT                     6 PM SUN     46 MPH
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                6 PM SUN     46 MPH
ROMEO & CENTERLINE - 4308 FT             5 PM SUN     46 MPH
I-80 AT MP 29 - 4125 FT                  7 PM SUN     45 MPH
PLAYA STATION - 4280 FT                  6 PM SUN     45 MPH
TARGET S - 4349 FT                       6 PM SUN     45 MPH
JULIET ROAD - 4324 FT                    6 PM SUN     45 MPH
TOWER GRID - 4346 FT                     5 PM SUN     45 MPH
TARGET R - 4311 FT                       5 PM SUN     45 MPH
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT               7 PM SUN     44 MPH
BAKER LAB - 4294 FT                      6 PM SUN     44 MPH
HAT ISLAND - 4242 FT                     7 PM SUN     43 MPH
DUGWAY - APG - 4291 FT                   6 PM SUN     43 MPH
DURAND ROAD - 4538 FT                    4 PM SUN     43 MPH
WEST SALT FLATS - 4237 FT                7 PM SUN     42 MPH
I-84 AT WHITES VALLEY - 5125 FT          6 PM SUN     42 MPH
DITTO - 4345 FT                          4 PM SUN     42 MPH
WHITE SAGE - 4363 FT                     4 PM SUN     42 MPH
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                   6 PM SUN     41 MPH
CALLAO GATE - 4250 FT                    5 PM SUN     41 MPH
BADGER ISLAND - 4199 FT                  7 PM SUN     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
US-40 MAYFLOWER SUMMIT - 6929 FT         4 PM SUN     45 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
PARLEYS SUMMIT - 7040 FT                 3 PM SUN     42 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
PARK CITY - EAGLE - 8050 FT              4 PM SUN     46 MPH
DEER VLY - EMPIRE PK - 9570 FT           4 PM SUN     44 MPH
DEER VLY  - MOUNT BALDY - 9347 FT        4 PM SUN     43 MPH
DEER CREEK DAM CHUTE - 6670 FT           2 PM SUN     40 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
DRY RIDGE - 11565 FT                     7 PM SUN     57 MPH
CURRANT CREEK PEAK - 10547 FT            8 PM SUN     46 MPH

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                    2 PM SUN     40 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      7 PM SUN     41 MPH

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
I-15 AT SEVIER RIVER NB - 4941 FT        1 PM SUN     44 MPH

$$


000
NOUS45 KSLC 030237
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
835 PM MDT SUN AUG 2 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS RAINFALL AND PEAK WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 800 PM.

***** PRECIP REPORTS *****                 TIME      PRECIP

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                      8 PM SUN     0.02

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                 8 PM SUN     0.08
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                   8 PM SUN     0.04
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            8 PM SUN     0.04
HOLLADAY - 4344 FT                       8 PM SUN     0.03
NORTH HOLLADAY - 4600 FT                 7 PM SUN     0.02

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
NEPHI - 5002 FT                          8 PM SUN     0.08
PLEASANT GROVE - 5200 FT                 7 PM SUN     0.04

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
EMIGRATION CANYON - 6024 FT              8 PM SUN     0.02

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
FOUNTAIN GREEN 4ENE - 7166 FT            8 PM SUN     0.28
ALTA - 8730 FT                           5 PM SUN     0.02

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
YELLOWSTONE RIVER NR ALTONAH - 7506 FT   8 PM SUN     0.18
YELLOWSTONE DRAINAGE - 7800 FT           8 PM SUN     0.09

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
HORSE RIDGE - 8480 FT                    8 PM SUN     0.30
BRUIN POINT - 10200 FT                   7 PM SUN     0.15

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      7 PM SUN     0.08

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
HANKSVILLE                               8 PM SUN     0.29
TORREY - 6050 FT                         2 PM SUN     0.25
CAPITOL REEF NP - 5905 FT                8 PM SUN     0.22

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
MANTI - 5740 FT                          8 PM SUN     0.81
SPRING CITY - 5835 FT                    8 PM SUN     0.75
MOUNT PLEASANT - 5924 FT                 8 PM SUN     0.42
SEVIER RESERVOIR - 5369 FT               7 PM SUN     0.26
VENICE - 5244 FT                         8 PM SUN     0.21
MONROE - 5364 FT                         8 PM SUN     0.18

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
OAK CITY - 5135 FT                       8 PM SUN     0.03

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
WHITE REEF - 3440 FT                     8 PM SUN     0.04

...SOUTH CENTRAL UTAH...
KODACHROME BASIN PARK - 5810 FT          5 PM SUN     0.10
TELEGRAPH FLAT - 5460 FT                 7 PM SUN     0.03

...GLEN CANYON RECREATION AREA/LAKE POWELL...
BULLFROG MARINA - 3700 FT                8 PM SUN     0.68

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    8 PM SUN     0.54
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     7 PM SUN     0.51
10 ESE OAK CITY - 7268 FT                8 PM SUN     0.28
FILLMORE PORT #1 - 6229 FT               7 PM SUN     0.27
BLACK CEDAR - 6480 FT                    7 PM SUN     0.11
MUDDY CREEK NR EMERY - 6440 FT           7 PM SUN     0.10

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      7 PM SUN     0.81
FISHLAKE D2 PT #2 - 7100 FT              7 PM SUN     0.71
LOA - 7096 FT                            8 PM SUN     0.54
LARB HOLLOW - 8490 FT                    8 PM SUN     0.30
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              8 PM SUN     0.29
ASSAY - 8100 FT                          8 PM SUN     0.26
BRYCE CANYON - 7855 FT                   7 PM SUN     0.20
BRYCE CANYON AIRPORT - 7585 FT           8 PM SUN     0.18
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              7 PM SUN     0.10

***** WIND REPORTS *****                   TIME     WINDSPEED

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
I-15 AT PLYMOUTH - 4495 FT               6 PM SUN     44 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
I-15 AT 500 S - 4400 FT                  4 PM SUN     43 MPH
VERNON HILL - 5761 FT                    3 PM SUN     42 MPH
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT         5 PM SUN     41 MPH
BACCUS HIGHWAY - 5172 FT                 3 PM SUN     41 MPH
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         5 PM SUN     40 MPH
LAKE POINT I-80 - 4301 FT                5 PM SUN     40 MPH
TRANS-JORDAN LANDFILL - 5201 FT          3 PM SUN     40 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT                5 PM SUN     52 MPH
DIDDLE KNOLL - 4265 FT                   7 PM SUN     48 MPH
WEST OF WILDCAT MTN - 4259 FT            6 PM SUN     48 MPH
UPPER CEDAR MTN - 7052 FT                6 PM SUN     48 MPH
CAUSEWAY - 4246 FT                       7 PM SUN     47 MPH
CAMEL BACK MTN - 5077 FT                 6 PM SUN     47 MPH
I-80 AT MP 1 - 4270 FT                   8 PM SUN     46 MPH
INTERSTATE 80 - 4125 FT                  7 PM SUN     46 MPH
SALT FLATS - 4265 FT                     6 PM SUN     46 MPH
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                6 PM SUN     46 MPH
ROMEO & CENTERLINE - 4308 FT             5 PM SUN     46 MPH
I-80 AT MP 29 - 4125 FT                  7 PM SUN     45 MPH
PLAYA STATION - 4280 FT                  6 PM SUN     45 MPH
TARGET S - 4349 FT                       6 PM SUN     45 MPH
JULIET ROAD - 4324 FT                    6 PM SUN     45 MPH
TOWER GRID - 4346 FT                     5 PM SUN     45 MPH
TARGET R - 4311 FT                       5 PM SUN     45 MPH
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT               7 PM SUN     44 MPH
BAKER LAB - 4294 FT                      6 PM SUN     44 MPH
HAT ISLAND - 4242 FT                     7 PM SUN     43 MPH
DUGWAY - APG - 4291 FT                   6 PM SUN     43 MPH
DURAND ROAD - 4538 FT                    4 PM SUN     43 MPH
WEST SALT FLATS - 4237 FT                7 PM SUN     42 MPH
I-84 AT WHITES VALLEY - 5125 FT          6 PM SUN     42 MPH
DITTO - 4345 FT                          4 PM SUN     42 MPH
WHITE SAGE - 4363 FT                     4 PM SUN     42 MPH
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                   6 PM SUN     41 MPH
CALLAO GATE - 4250 FT                    5 PM SUN     41 MPH
BADGER ISLAND - 4199 FT                  7 PM SUN     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
US-40 MAYFLOWER SUMMIT - 6929 FT         4 PM SUN     45 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
PARLEYS SUMMIT - 7040 FT                 3 PM SUN     42 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
PARK CITY - EAGLE - 8050 FT              4 PM SUN     46 MPH
DEER VLY - EMPIRE PK - 9570 FT           4 PM SUN     44 MPH
DEER VLY  - MOUNT BALDY - 9347 FT        4 PM SUN     43 MPH
DEER CREEK DAM CHUTE - 6670 FT           2 PM SUN     40 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
DRY RIDGE - 11565 FT                     7 PM SUN     57 MPH
CURRANT CREEK PEAK - 10547 FT            8 PM SUN     46 MPH

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                    2 PM SUN     40 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      7 PM SUN     41 MPH

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
I-15 AT SEVIER RIVER NB - 4941 FT        1 PM SUN     44 MPH

$$


000
NOUS45 KSLC 030237
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
835 PM MDT SUN AUG 2 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS RAINFALL AND PEAK WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 800 PM.

***** PRECIP REPORTS *****                 TIME      PRECIP

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                      8 PM SUN     0.02

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                 8 PM SUN     0.08
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                   8 PM SUN     0.04
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            8 PM SUN     0.04
HOLLADAY - 4344 FT                       8 PM SUN     0.03
NORTH HOLLADAY - 4600 FT                 7 PM SUN     0.02

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
NEPHI - 5002 FT                          8 PM SUN     0.08
PLEASANT GROVE - 5200 FT                 7 PM SUN     0.04

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
EMIGRATION CANYON - 6024 FT              8 PM SUN     0.02

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
FOUNTAIN GREEN 4ENE - 7166 FT            8 PM SUN     0.28
ALTA - 8730 FT                           5 PM SUN     0.02

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
YELLOWSTONE RIVER NR ALTONAH - 7506 FT   8 PM SUN     0.18
YELLOWSTONE DRAINAGE - 7800 FT           8 PM SUN     0.09

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
HORSE RIDGE - 8480 FT                    8 PM SUN     0.30
BRUIN POINT - 10200 FT                   7 PM SUN     0.15

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      7 PM SUN     0.08

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
HANKSVILLE                               8 PM SUN     0.29
TORREY - 6050 FT                         2 PM SUN     0.25
CAPITOL REEF NP - 5905 FT                8 PM SUN     0.22

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
MANTI - 5740 FT                          8 PM SUN     0.81
SPRING CITY - 5835 FT                    8 PM SUN     0.75
MOUNT PLEASANT - 5924 FT                 8 PM SUN     0.42
SEVIER RESERVOIR - 5369 FT               7 PM SUN     0.26
VENICE - 5244 FT                         8 PM SUN     0.21
MONROE - 5364 FT                         8 PM SUN     0.18

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
OAK CITY - 5135 FT                       8 PM SUN     0.03

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
WHITE REEF - 3440 FT                     8 PM SUN     0.04

...SOUTH CENTRAL UTAH...
KODACHROME BASIN PARK - 5810 FT          5 PM SUN     0.10
TELEGRAPH FLAT - 5460 FT                 7 PM SUN     0.03

...GLEN CANYON RECREATION AREA/LAKE POWELL...
BULLFROG MARINA - 3700 FT                8 PM SUN     0.68

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    8 PM SUN     0.54
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     7 PM SUN     0.51
10 ESE OAK CITY - 7268 FT                8 PM SUN     0.28
FILLMORE PORT #1 - 6229 FT               7 PM SUN     0.27
BLACK CEDAR - 6480 FT                    7 PM SUN     0.11
MUDDY CREEK NR EMERY - 6440 FT           7 PM SUN     0.10

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      7 PM SUN     0.81
FISHLAKE D2 PT #2 - 7100 FT              7 PM SUN     0.71
LOA - 7096 FT                            8 PM SUN     0.54
LARB HOLLOW - 8490 FT                    8 PM SUN     0.30
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              8 PM SUN     0.29
ASSAY - 8100 FT                          8 PM SUN     0.26
BRYCE CANYON - 7855 FT                   7 PM SUN     0.20
BRYCE CANYON AIRPORT - 7585 FT           8 PM SUN     0.18
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              7 PM SUN     0.10

***** WIND REPORTS *****                   TIME     WINDSPEED

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
I-15 AT PLYMOUTH - 4495 FT               6 PM SUN     44 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
I-15 AT 500 S - 4400 FT                  4 PM SUN     43 MPH
VERNON HILL - 5761 FT                    3 PM SUN     42 MPH
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT         5 PM SUN     41 MPH
BACCUS HIGHWAY - 5172 FT                 3 PM SUN     41 MPH
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         5 PM SUN     40 MPH
LAKE POINT I-80 - 4301 FT                5 PM SUN     40 MPH
TRANS-JORDAN LANDFILL - 5201 FT          3 PM SUN     40 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT                5 PM SUN     52 MPH
DIDDLE KNOLL - 4265 FT                   7 PM SUN     48 MPH
WEST OF WILDCAT MTN - 4259 FT            6 PM SUN     48 MPH
UPPER CEDAR MTN - 7052 FT                6 PM SUN     48 MPH
CAUSEWAY - 4246 FT                       7 PM SUN     47 MPH
CAMEL BACK MTN - 5077 FT                 6 PM SUN     47 MPH
I-80 AT MP 1 - 4270 FT                   8 PM SUN     46 MPH
INTERSTATE 80 - 4125 FT                  7 PM SUN     46 MPH
SALT FLATS - 4265 FT                     6 PM SUN     46 MPH
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                6 PM SUN     46 MPH
ROMEO & CENTERLINE - 4308 FT             5 PM SUN     46 MPH
I-80 AT MP 29 - 4125 FT                  7 PM SUN     45 MPH
PLAYA STATION - 4280 FT                  6 PM SUN     45 MPH
TARGET S - 4349 FT                       6 PM SUN     45 MPH
JULIET ROAD - 4324 FT                    6 PM SUN     45 MPH
TOWER GRID - 4346 FT                     5 PM SUN     45 MPH
TARGET R - 4311 FT                       5 PM SUN     45 MPH
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT               7 PM SUN     44 MPH
BAKER LAB - 4294 FT                      6 PM SUN     44 MPH
HAT ISLAND - 4242 FT                     7 PM SUN     43 MPH
DUGWAY - APG - 4291 FT                   6 PM SUN     43 MPH
DURAND ROAD - 4538 FT                    4 PM SUN     43 MPH
WEST SALT FLATS - 4237 FT                7 PM SUN     42 MPH
I-84 AT WHITES VALLEY - 5125 FT          6 PM SUN     42 MPH
DITTO - 4345 FT                          4 PM SUN     42 MPH
WHITE SAGE - 4363 FT                     4 PM SUN     42 MPH
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                   6 PM SUN     41 MPH
CALLAO GATE - 4250 FT                    5 PM SUN     41 MPH
BADGER ISLAND - 4199 FT                  7 PM SUN     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
US-40 MAYFLOWER SUMMIT - 6929 FT         4 PM SUN     45 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
PARLEYS SUMMIT - 7040 FT                 3 PM SUN     42 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
PARK CITY - EAGLE - 8050 FT              4 PM SUN     46 MPH
DEER VLY - EMPIRE PK - 9570 FT           4 PM SUN     44 MPH
DEER VLY  - MOUNT BALDY - 9347 FT        4 PM SUN     43 MPH
DEER CREEK DAM CHUTE - 6670 FT           2 PM SUN     40 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
DRY RIDGE - 11565 FT                     7 PM SUN     57 MPH
CURRANT CREEK PEAK - 10547 FT            8 PM SUN     46 MPH

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                    2 PM SUN     40 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      7 PM SUN     41 MPH

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
I-15 AT SEVIER RIVER NB - 4941 FT        1 PM SUN     44 MPH

$$



000
NOUS45 KPUB 022229
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-022328

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
428 PM MDT SUN AUG 2 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 96
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 67
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.00

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 87
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 61
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 80
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 48
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... T


$$


000
NOUS45 KPUB 022229
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-022328

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
428 PM MDT SUN AUG 2 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 96
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 67
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.00

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 87
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 61
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 80
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 48
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... T


$$



000
NOUS45 KGJT 021403
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
802 AM MDT SUN AUG 2 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION REPORTS FROM
WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH, ENDING AROUND 8 AM SUNDAY.
AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.


WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH 24 HOUR STATIONS:

CORTEZ,                                  0.25.
MONTROSE,                                0.01.


OFFICIAL CLIMATE STATIONS OF WESTERN COLORADO:

CRESTED BUTTE,                           0.11.
8 MILES EAST OF IGNACIO,                 0.11.
MESA VERDE NATIONAL PARK,                0.19.
OURAY,                                   0.19.


OFFICIAL CLIMATE STATIONS OF EASTERN UTAH:

CEDAR POINT,                             0.69.
MONTICELLO #2,                           0.01.


UNOFFICIAL STATIONS:

GOTHIC,                                  0.04.
15 MILES WEST OF MONTROSE,               0.03.


CLIMATE REFERENCE NETWORK SITES OF WESTERN COLORADO:

8 MILES SOUTHEAST OF CORTEZ,             0.16.
11 MILES NORTHEAST OF MONTROSE,          0.34.


CLIMATE REFERENCE NETWORK SITES OF EASTERN UTAH:

32 MILES NORTHWEST OF BLUFF,             0.04.


$$



000
NOUS45 KGJT 021403
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
802 AM MDT SUN AUG 2 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION REPORTS FROM
WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH, ENDING AROUND 8 AM SUNDAY.
AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.


WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH 24 HOUR STATIONS:

CORTEZ,                                  0.25.
MONTROSE,                                0.01.


OFFICIAL CLIMATE STATIONS OF WESTERN COLORADO:

CRESTED BUTTE,                           0.11.
8 MILES EAST OF IGNACIO,                 0.11.
MESA VERDE NATIONAL PARK,                0.19.
OURAY,                                   0.19.


OFFICIAL CLIMATE STATIONS OF EASTERN UTAH:

CEDAR POINT,                             0.69.
MONTICELLO #2,                           0.01.


UNOFFICIAL STATIONS:

GOTHIC,                                  0.04.
15 MILES WEST OF MONTROSE,               0.03.


CLIMATE REFERENCE NETWORK SITES OF WESTERN COLORADO:

8 MILES SOUTHEAST OF CORTEZ,             0.16.
11 MILES NORTHEAST OF MONTROSE,          0.34.


CLIMATE REFERENCE NETWORK SITES OF EASTERN UTAH:

32 MILES NORTHWEST OF BLUFF,             0.04.


$$


000
NOUS45 KGJT 021329 CCA
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...CORR TO HEADER DAY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
243 AM MDT SUN AUG 2 2015

...RECORD COLD JULY IN GRAND JUNCTION, COLORADO...

JULY 2015 WAS THE COLDEST JULY ON RECORD IN GRAND JUNCTION,
COLORADO.  THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE, AS MEASURED AT THE REGIONAL
AIRPORT, WAS 73.7 DEGREES.  THIS IS THE COLDEST AVERAGE TEMPERATURE
FOR JULY IN GRAND JUNCTION SINCE RECORD KEEPING BEGAN IN 1893.  THE
SECOND COLDEST AVERAGE JULY TEMPERATURE IS 74.7, WHICH OCCURRED IN
BOTH 1911 AND 1912.  THE NORMAL AVERAGE TEMPERATURE FOR JULY IN
GRAND JUNCTION IS 78.2.

ALSO, IN JULY 2015, FIVE DAILY RECORD LOW TEMPERATURES WERE TIED OR
BROKEN:

     DAY       NEW RECORD         OLD RECORD AND YEAR
     7/10         53                54 FROM 2006
     7/15         56 (TIE)          56 FROM 1948
     7/29         54                57 FROM 2005, 2002, 1922
     7/30         55                56 FROM 2009, 1948, 1913
     7/31         57                58 FROM 2014, 1909, 1896

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 021200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT SUN AUG 02 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 1991, GRAPEFRUIT SIZED HAIL WAS OBSERVED IN A SEVERE
THUNDERSTORM IN SHERMAN COUNTY KANSAS.

IN 1996, TENNIS BALL AND ORANGE SIZED HAIL WAS OBSERVED IN A
THUNDERSTORM 13 MILES NORTH NORTHEAST OF BIRD CITY KANSAS.

$$



000
NOUS43 KGLD 021200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT SUN AUG 02 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 1991, GRAPEFRUIT SIZED HAIL WAS OBSERVED IN A SEVERE
THUNDERSTORM IN SHERMAN COUNTY KANSAS.

IN 1996, TENNIS BALL AND ORANGE SIZED HAIL WAS OBSERVED IN A
THUNDERSTORM 13 MILES NORTH NORTHEAST OF BIRD CITY KANSAS.

$$



000
NOUS43 KGLD 021200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT SUN AUG 02 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 1991, GRAPEFRUIT SIZED HAIL WAS OBSERVED IN A SEVERE
THUNDERSTORM IN SHERMAN COUNTY KANSAS.

IN 1996, TENNIS BALL AND ORANGE SIZED HAIL WAS OBSERVED IN A
THUNDERSTORM 13 MILES NORTH NORTHEAST OF BIRD CITY KANSAS.

$$



000
NOUS43 KGLD 021200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT SUN AUG 02 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 1991, GRAPEFRUIT SIZED HAIL WAS OBSERVED IN A SEVERE
THUNDERSTORM IN SHERMAN COUNTY KANSAS.

IN 1996, TENNIS BALL AND ORANGE SIZED HAIL WAS OBSERVED IN A
THUNDERSTORM 13 MILES NORTH NORTHEAST OF BIRD CITY KANSAS.

$$



000
NOUS43 KGLD 021200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT SUN AUG 02 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 1991, GRAPEFRUIT SIZED HAIL WAS OBSERVED IN A SEVERE
THUNDERSTORM IN SHERMAN COUNTY KANSAS.

IN 1996, TENNIS BALL AND ORANGE SIZED HAIL WAS OBSERVED IN A
THUNDERSTORM 13 MILES NORTH NORTHEAST OF BIRD CITY KANSAS.

$$



000
NOUS43 KGLD 021200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT SUN AUG 02 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 1991, GRAPEFRUIT SIZED HAIL WAS OBSERVED IN A SEVERE
THUNDERSTORM IN SHERMAN COUNTY KANSAS.

IN 1996, TENNIS BALL AND ORANGE SIZED HAIL WAS OBSERVED IN A
THUNDERSTORM 13 MILES NORTH NORTHEAST OF BIRD CITY KANSAS.

$$



000
NOUS43 KGLD 021200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT SUN AUG 02 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 1991, GRAPEFRUIT SIZED HAIL WAS OBSERVED IN A SEVERE
THUNDERSTORM IN SHERMAN COUNTY KANSAS.

IN 1996, TENNIS BALL AND ORANGE SIZED HAIL WAS OBSERVED IN A
THUNDERSTORM 13 MILES NORTH NORTHEAST OF BIRD CITY KANSAS.

$$



000
NOUS43 KGLD 021200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT SUN AUG 02 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 1991, GRAPEFRUIT SIZED HAIL WAS OBSERVED IN A SEVERE
THUNDERSTORM IN SHERMAN COUNTY KANSAS.

IN 1996, TENNIS BALL AND ORANGE SIZED HAIL WAS OBSERVED IN A
THUNDERSTORM 13 MILES NORTH NORTHEAST OF BIRD CITY KANSAS.

$$



000
NOUS43 KGLD 021200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT SUN AUG 02 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 1991, GRAPEFRUIT SIZED HAIL WAS OBSERVED IN A SEVERE
THUNDERSTORM IN SHERMAN COUNTY KANSAS.

IN 1996, TENNIS BALL AND ORANGE SIZED HAIL WAS OBSERVED IN A
THUNDERSTORM 13 MILES NORTH NORTHEAST OF BIRD CITY KANSAS.

$$



000
NOUS43 KGLD 021200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT SUN AUG 02 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 1991, GRAPEFRUIT SIZED HAIL WAS OBSERVED IN A SEVERE
THUNDERSTORM IN SHERMAN COUNTY KANSAS.

IN 1996, TENNIS BALL AND ORANGE SIZED HAIL WAS OBSERVED IN A
THUNDERSTORM 13 MILES NORTH NORTHEAST OF BIRD CITY KANSAS.

$$


000
NOUS45 KGJT 020843
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE  GRAND JUNCTION CO
243 AM MDT SAT AUG 2 2015

...RECORD COLD JULY IN GRAND JUNCTION, COLORADO...

JULY 2015 WAS THE COLDEST JULY ON RECORD IN GRAND JUNCTION,
COLORADO.  THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE, AS MEASURED AT THE REGIONAL
AIRPORT, WAS 73.7 DEGREES.  THIS IS THE COLDEST AVERAGE TEMPERATURE
FOR JULY IN GRAND JUNCTION SINCE RECORD KEEPING BEGAN IN 1893.  THE
SECOND COLDEST AVERAGE JULY TEMPERATURE IS 74.7, WHICH OCCURRED IN
BOTH 1911 AND 1912.  THE NORMAL AVERAGE TEMPERATURE FOR JULY IN
GRAND JUNCTION IS 78.2.

ALSO, IN JULY 2015, FIVE DAILY RECORD LOW TEMPERATURES WERE TIED OR
BROKEN:

     DAY       NEW RECORD         OLD RECORD AND YEAR
     7/10         53                54 FROM 2006
     7/15         56 (TIE)          56 FROM 1948
     7/29         54                57 FROM 2005, 2002, 1922
     7/30         55                56 FROM 2009, 1948, 1913
     7/31         57                58 FROM 2014, 1909, 1896

$$



000
NOUS45 KGJT 020843
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE  GRAND JUNCTION CO
243 AM MDT SAT AUG 2 2015

...RECORD COLD JULY IN GRAND JUNCTION, COLORADO...

JULY 2015 WAS THE COLDEST JULY ON RECORD IN GRAND JUNCTION,
COLORADO.  THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE, AS MEASURED AT THE REGIONAL
AIRPORT, WAS 73.7 DEGREES.  THIS IS THE COLDEST AVERAGE TEMPERATURE
FOR JULY IN GRAND JUNCTION SINCE RECORD KEEPING BEGAN IN 1893.  THE
SECOND COLDEST AVERAGE JULY TEMPERATURE IS 74.7, WHICH OCCURRED IN
BOTH 1911 AND 1912.  THE NORMAL AVERAGE TEMPERATURE FOR JULY IN
GRAND JUNCTION IS 78.2.

ALSO, IN JULY 2015, FIVE DAILY RECORD LOW TEMPERATURES WERE TIED OR
BROKEN:

     DAY       NEW RECORD         OLD RECORD AND YEAR
     7/10         53                54 FROM 2006
     7/15         56 (TIE)          56 FROM 1948
     7/29         54                57 FROM 2005, 2002, 1922
     7/30         55                56 FROM 2009, 1948, 1913
     7/31         57                58 FROM 2014, 1909, 1896

$$


000
NOUS46 KHNX 020130
PNSHNX
CAZ089>092-040130-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HANFORD CA
630 PM PDT SAT AUG 1 2015

...JULY 2015 CLIMATOLOGICAL SUMMARY FOR BAKERSFIELD AND FRESNO...
...FRESNO HAS WETTEST JULY ON RECORD...
...BAKERSFIELD HAS 6TH WETTEST JULY ON RECORD...
...100-DEGREE DAYS SO FAR...
...RAINFALL DEPARTURES...

   NOTE...DATA ARE PROVISIONAL AND SUBJECT TO REVISION BY THE
          NATIONAL CLIMATIC DATA CENTER

........................BAKERSFIELD...........FRESNO

RAINFALL
MONTH
JULY 2015...............0.04 INCH.............0.43 INCH
 NORMAL JULY............TRACE.................0.01 INCH
 DEPARTURE FROM NRML....0.04 INCH.............0.42 INCH
 PERCENT OF NORMAL.....800.0................4300.0
RAIN SEASON /JULY 1 TO JUNE 30/
 THROUGH JULY 2015......0.04 INCH.............0.43 INCH
 NORMAL THROUGH JULY....TRACE.................0.01 INCH
 DEPARTURE FROM NRML....0.04 INCH.............0.42 INCH
 PERCENT OF NORMAL.....800.0................4300.0
WATER YEAR /OCTOBER 1 TO SEPTEMBER 30/
 THROUGH JULY 2015......5.33 INCHES...........6.85 INCHES
 NORMAL THROUGH JULY....6.35 INCHES..........11.32 INCHES
 DEPARTURE FROM NRML...-1.02 INCH............-4.47 INCHES
 PERCENT OF NORMAL......83.9..................60.5

TEMPERATURE
AVERAGE HIGH
 JULY 2015..............96.8..................96.8
 NORMAL JULY............97.1..................98.4
 DEPARTURE..............-0.3..................-1.6
 HIGHEST.................107...................108
 DATE...................29TH..................29TH
AVERAGE LOW
 JULY 2015..............72.2..................69.3
 NORMAL JULY............70.5..................67.6
 DEPARTURE...............1.7...................1.7
 LOWEST...................64....................62
 DATE...................10TH...................9TH
AVERAGE TEMPERATURE
 JULY 2015..............84.5..................83.1
 NORMAL JULY............83.8..................83.0
 DEPARTURE...............0.7...................0.1

&&

RECORDS TIED OR BROKEN IN JULY

BAKERSFIELD

 1ST...RECORD HIGH MINIMUM TEMPERATURE FOR THE DATE OF 83 DEGREES.
       THE OLD RECORD WAS 81 DEGREES...SET IN 2013.
    ...RECORD RAINFALL FOR THE DATE OF A TRACE. THIS WAS THE FIRST
       RAIN TO FALL AT BAKERSFIELD ON JULY 1ST SINCE RECORDS BEGAN
       IN 1887.

18TH...RECORD RAINFALL FOR THE DATE OF 0.03 INCH. THE OLD RECORD
       WAS A TRACE...SET IN 2012...1956 AND 1922.

FRESNO

 1ST...RECORD RAINFALL FOR THE DATE OF 0.03 INCH. THE OLD RECORD
       WAS A TRACE...SET IN 1916.

 2ND...RECORD RAINFALL FOR THE DATE OF 0.04 INCH. THE OLD RECORD
       WAS A TRACE...SET IN 1961.
    ...TIED THE RECORD HIGH MINIMUM TEMPERATURE FOR THE DATE OF
       78 DEGREES...LAST SET IN 2013.

18TH...RECORD RAINFALL FOR THE DATE OF 0.36 INCH. THE OLD RECORD
       WAS A TRACE...SET IN 2006...1956 AND 1925.
    ...WETTEST JULY DAY ON RECORD. THE OLD RECORD WAS 0.33 INCH ON
       JULY 22ND 1913.

JULY 2015 WAS THE WETTEST JULY ON RECORD FOR FRESNO WITH 0.43 INCH
     OF RAIN. THE PREVIOUS WETTEST JULY FOR FRESNO WAS IN 1913 WITH
     0.33 INCH OF RAIN. MONTHLY RAINFALL RECORDS FOR FRESNO DATE
     BACK TO 1878.

&&

THE 10 WETTEST JULY/S ON RECORD
/AMOUNTS IN INCHES/

          BAKERSFIELD            FRESNO

 1.       0.43...1913           *0.43...2015*
 2.       0.30...1965            0.33...1913
 3.       0.23...1946            0.22...1992
 4.       0.10...1952            0.14...1925
 5.       0.05...2001            0.08...2001
 6.      *0.04...2015*           0.08...1978
 7.       0.03...1992            0.07...1896
 8.       0.03...1950            0.04...1985
 9.       0.03...1935            0.04...1969
10.       0.02...2012            0.03...1966
          0.02...1977

&&

100-DEGREE DAYS SO FAR

        BAKERSFIELD       FRESNO

MAY           1              0
JUNE         13             11
JULY          8             11

TOTAL        22             22   /THROUGH JULY 31ST/

&&

RAINFALL DEPARTURES

                                   BAKERSFIELD       FRESNO

LAST MONTH.......ACTUAL.............0.04 INCH.........0.43 INCH
                 NORMAL.............TRACE.............0.01 INCH
                 DEPARTURE..........0.04 INCH.........0.42 INCH
                 PCT OF NORMAL.....800.0............4300.0

LAST 3 MONTHS....ACTUAL.............0.72 INCH.........1.01 INCH
                 NORMAL.............0.26 INCH.........0.65 INCH
                 DEPARTURE..........0.46 INCH.........0.36 INCH
                 PCT OF NORMAL.....276.9.............155.4

LAST 6 MONTHS....ACTUAL.............1.97 INCH.........3.45 INCHES
                 NORMAL.............3.23 INCHES.......5.66 INCHES
                 DEPARTURE.........-1.26 INCH........-2.21 INCHES
                 PCT OF NORMAL......61.0..............61.0

LAST 12 MONTHS...ACTUAL.............5.34 INCHES.......6.86 INCHES
                 NORMAL.............6.47 INCHES......11.50 INCHES
                 DEPARTURE.........-1.13 INCH........-4.64 INCHES
                 PCT OF NORMAL......82.5..............59.6

SINCE JAN 1ST....ACTUAL.............2.66 INCHES.......3.66 INCHES
                 NORMAL.............4.39 INCHES.......7.85 INCHES
                 DEPARTURE.........-1.73 INCH........-4.19 INCHES
                 PCT OF NORMAL......60.6..............46.6

&&

$$

SANGER/OCHS

WEATHER.GOV/HANFORD



000
NOUS46 KHNX 020130
PNSHNX
CAZ089>092-040130-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HANFORD CA
630 PM PDT SAT AUG 1 2015

...JULY 2015 CLIMATOLOGICAL SUMMARY FOR BAKERSFIELD AND FRESNO...
...FRESNO HAS WETTEST JULY ON RECORD...
...BAKERSFIELD HAS 6TH WETTEST JULY ON RECORD...
...100-DEGREE DAYS SO FAR...
...RAINFALL DEPARTURES...

   NOTE...DATA ARE PROVISIONAL AND SUBJECT TO REVISION BY THE
          NATIONAL CLIMATIC DATA CENTER

........................BAKERSFIELD...........FRESNO

RAINFALL
MONTH
JULY 2015...............0.04 INCH.............0.43 INCH
 NORMAL JULY............TRACE.................0.01 INCH
 DEPARTURE FROM NRML....0.04 INCH.............0.42 INCH
 PERCENT OF NORMAL.....800.0................4300.0
RAIN SEASON /JULY 1 TO JUNE 30/
 THROUGH JULY 2015......0.04 INCH.............0.43 INCH
 NORMAL THROUGH JULY....TRACE.................0.01 INCH
 DEPARTURE FROM NRML....0.04 INCH.............0.42 INCH
 PERCENT OF NORMAL.....800.0................4300.0
WATER YEAR /OCTOBER 1 TO SEPTEMBER 30/
 THROUGH JULY 2015......5.33 INCHES...........6.85 INCHES
 NORMAL THROUGH JULY....6.35 INCHES..........11.32 INCHES
 DEPARTURE FROM NRML...-1.02 INCH............-4.47 INCHES
 PERCENT OF NORMAL......83.9..................60.5

TEMPERATURE
AVERAGE HIGH
 JULY 2015..............96.8..................96.8
 NORMAL JULY............97.1..................98.4
 DEPARTURE..............-0.3..................-1.6
 HIGHEST.................107...................108
 DATE...................29TH..................29TH
AVERAGE LOW
 JULY 2015..............72.2..................69.3
 NORMAL JULY............70.5..................67.6
 DEPARTURE...............1.7...................1.7
 LOWEST...................64....................62
 DATE...................10TH...................9TH
AVERAGE TEMPERATURE
 JULY 2015..............84.5..................83.1
 NORMAL JULY............83.8..................83.0
 DEPARTURE...............0.7...................0.1

&&

RECORDS TIED OR BROKEN IN JULY

BAKERSFIELD

 1ST...RECORD HIGH MINIMUM TEMPERATURE FOR THE DATE OF 83 DEGREES.
       THE OLD RECORD WAS 81 DEGREES...SET IN 2013.
    ...RECORD RAINFALL FOR THE DATE OF A TRACE. THIS WAS THE FIRST
       RAIN TO FALL AT BAKERSFIELD ON JULY 1ST SINCE RECORDS BEGAN
       IN 1887.

18TH...RECORD RAINFALL FOR THE DATE OF 0.03 INCH. THE OLD RECORD
       WAS A TRACE...SET IN 2012...1956 AND 1922.

FRESNO

 1ST...RECORD RAINFALL FOR THE DATE OF 0.03 INCH. THE OLD RECORD
       WAS A TRACE...SET IN 1916.

 2ND...RECORD RAINFALL FOR THE DATE OF 0.04 INCH. THE OLD RECORD
       WAS A TRACE...SET IN 1961.
    ...TIED THE RECORD HIGH MINIMUM TEMPERATURE FOR THE DATE OF
       78 DEGREES...LAST SET IN 2013.

18TH...RECORD RAINFALL FOR THE DATE OF 0.36 INCH. THE OLD RECORD
       WAS A TRACE...SET IN 2006...1956 AND 1925.
    ...WETTEST JULY DAY ON RECORD. THE OLD RECORD WAS 0.33 INCH ON
       JULY 22ND 1913.

JULY 2015 WAS THE WETTEST JULY ON RECORD FOR FRESNO WITH 0.43 INCH
     OF RAIN. THE PREVIOUS WETTEST JULY FOR FRESNO WAS IN 1913 WITH
     0.33 INCH OF RAIN. MONTHLY RAINFALL RECORDS FOR FRESNO DATE
     BACK TO 1878.

&&

THE 10 WETTEST JULY/S ON RECORD
/AMOUNTS IN INCHES/

          BAKERSFIELD            FRESNO

 1.       0.43...1913           *0.43...2015*
 2.       0.30...1965            0.33...1913
 3.       0.23...1946            0.22...1992
 4.       0.10...1952            0.14...1925
 5.       0.05...2001            0.08...2001
 6.      *0.04...2015*           0.08...1978
 7.       0.03...1992            0.07...1896
 8.       0.03...1950            0.04...1985
 9.       0.03...1935            0.04...1969
10.       0.02...2012            0.03...1966
          0.02...1977

&&

100-DEGREE DAYS SO FAR

        BAKERSFIELD       FRESNO

MAY           1              0
JUNE         13             11
JULY          8             11

TOTAL        22             22   /THROUGH JULY 31ST/

&&

RAINFALL DEPARTURES

                                   BAKERSFIELD       FRESNO

LAST MONTH.......ACTUAL.............0.04 INCH.........0.43 INCH
                 NORMAL.............TRACE.............0.01 INCH
                 DEPARTURE..........0.04 INCH.........0.42 INCH
                 PCT OF NORMAL.....800.0............4300.0

LAST 3 MONTHS....ACTUAL.............0.72 INCH.........1.01 INCH
                 NORMAL.............0.26 INCH.........0.65 INCH
                 DEPARTURE..........0.46 INCH.........0.36 INCH
                 PCT OF NORMAL.....276.9.............155.4

LAST 6 MONTHS....ACTUAL.............1.97 INCH.........3.45 INCHES
                 NORMAL.............3.23 INCHES.......5.66 INCHES
                 DEPARTURE.........-1.26 INCH........-2.21 INCHES
                 PCT OF NORMAL......61.0..............61.0

LAST 12 MONTHS...ACTUAL.............5.34 INCHES.......6.86 INCHES
                 NORMAL.............6.47 INCHES......11.50 INCHES
                 DEPARTURE.........-1.13 INCH........-4.64 INCHES
                 PCT OF NORMAL......82.5..............59.6

SINCE JAN 1ST....ACTUAL.............2.66 INCHES.......3.66 INCHES
                 NORMAL.............4.39 INCHES.......7.85 INCHES
                 DEPARTURE.........-1.73 INCH........-4.19 INCHES
                 PCT OF NORMAL......60.6..............46.6

&&

$$

SANGER/OCHS

WEATHER.GOV/HANFORD



000
NOUS46 KHNX 020130
PNSHNX
CAZ089>092-040130-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HANFORD CA
630 PM PDT SAT AUG 1 2015

...JULY 2015 CLIMATOLOGICAL SUMMARY FOR BAKERSFIELD AND FRESNO...
...FRESNO HAS WETTEST JULY ON RECORD...
...BAKERSFIELD HAS 6TH WETTEST JULY ON RECORD...
...100-DEGREE DAYS SO FAR...
...RAINFALL DEPARTURES...

   NOTE...DATA ARE PROVISIONAL AND SUBJECT TO REVISION BY THE
          NATIONAL CLIMATIC DATA CENTER

........................BAKERSFIELD...........FRESNO

RAINFALL
MONTH
JULY 2015...............0.04 INCH.............0.43 INCH
 NORMAL JULY............TRACE.................0.01 INCH
 DEPARTURE FROM NRML....0.04 INCH.............0.42 INCH
 PERCENT OF NORMAL.....800.0................4300.0
RAIN SEASON /JULY 1 TO JUNE 30/
 THROUGH JULY 2015......0.04 INCH.............0.43 INCH
 NORMAL THROUGH JULY....TRACE.................0.01 INCH
 DEPARTURE FROM NRML....0.04 INCH.............0.42 INCH
 PERCENT OF NORMAL.....800.0................4300.0
WATER YEAR /OCTOBER 1 TO SEPTEMBER 30/
 THROUGH JULY 2015......5.33 INCHES...........6.85 INCHES
 NORMAL THROUGH JULY....6.35 INCHES..........11.32 INCHES
 DEPARTURE FROM NRML...-1.02 INCH............-4.47 INCHES
 PERCENT OF NORMAL......83.9..................60.5

TEMPERATURE
AVERAGE HIGH
 JULY 2015..............96.8..................96.8
 NORMAL JULY............97.1..................98.4
 DEPARTURE..............-0.3..................-1.6
 HIGHEST.................107...................108
 DATE...................29TH..................29TH
AVERAGE LOW
 JULY 2015..............72.2..................69.3
 NORMAL JULY............70.5..................67.6
 DEPARTURE...............1.7...................1.7
 LOWEST...................64....................62
 DATE...................10TH...................9TH
AVERAGE TEMPERATURE
 JULY 2015..............84.5..................83.1
 NORMAL JULY............83.8..................83.0
 DEPARTURE...............0.7...................0.1

&&

RECORDS TIED OR BROKEN IN JULY

BAKERSFIELD

 1ST...RECORD HIGH MINIMUM TEMPERATURE FOR THE DATE OF 83 DEGREES.
       THE OLD RECORD WAS 81 DEGREES...SET IN 2013.
    ...RECORD RAINFALL FOR THE DATE OF A TRACE. THIS WAS THE FIRST
       RAIN TO FALL AT BAKERSFIELD ON JULY 1ST SINCE RECORDS BEGAN
       IN 1887.

18TH...RECORD RAINFALL FOR THE DATE OF 0.03 INCH. THE OLD RECORD
       WAS A TRACE...SET IN 2012...1956 AND 1922.

FRESNO

 1ST...RECORD RAINFALL FOR THE DATE OF 0.03 INCH. THE OLD RECORD
       WAS A TRACE...SET IN 1916.

 2ND...RECORD RAINFALL FOR THE DATE OF 0.04 INCH. THE OLD RECORD
       WAS A TRACE...SET IN 1961.
    ...TIED THE RECORD HIGH MINIMUM TEMPERATURE FOR THE DATE OF
       78 DEGREES...LAST SET IN 2013.

18TH...RECORD RAINFALL FOR THE DATE OF 0.36 INCH. THE OLD RECORD
       WAS A TRACE...SET IN 2006...1956 AND 1925.
    ...WETTEST JULY DAY ON RECORD. THE OLD RECORD WAS 0.33 INCH ON
       JULY 22ND 1913.

JULY 2015 WAS THE WETTEST JULY ON RECORD FOR FRESNO WITH 0.43 INCH
     OF RAIN. THE PREVIOUS WETTEST JULY FOR FRESNO WAS IN 1913 WITH
     0.33 INCH OF RAIN. MONTHLY RAINFALL RECORDS FOR FRESNO DATE
     BACK TO 1878.

&&

THE 10 WETTEST JULY/S ON RECORD
/AMOUNTS IN INCHES/

          BAKERSFIELD            FRESNO

 1.       0.43...1913           *0.43...2015*
 2.       0.30...1965            0.33...1913
 3.       0.23...1946            0.22...1992
 4.       0.10...1952            0.14...1925
 5.       0.05...2001            0.08...2001
 6.      *0.04...2015*           0.08...1978
 7.       0.03...1992            0.07...1896
 8.       0.03...1950            0.04...1985
 9.       0.03...1935            0.04...1969
10.       0.02...2012            0.03...1966
          0.02...1977

&&

100-DEGREE DAYS SO FAR

        BAKERSFIELD       FRESNO

MAY           1              0
JUNE         13             11
JULY          8             11

TOTAL        22             22   /THROUGH JULY 31ST/

&&

RAINFALL DEPARTURES

                                   BAKERSFIELD       FRESNO

LAST MONTH.......ACTUAL.............0.04 INCH.........0.43 INCH
                 NORMAL.............TRACE.............0.01 INCH
                 DEPARTURE..........0.04 INCH.........0.42 INCH
                 PCT OF NORMAL.....800.0............4300.0

LAST 3 MONTHS....ACTUAL.............0.72 INCH.........1.01 INCH
                 NORMAL.............0.26 INCH.........0.65 INCH
                 DEPARTURE..........0.46 INCH.........0.36 INCH
                 PCT OF NORMAL.....276.9.............155.4

LAST 6 MONTHS....ACTUAL.............1.97 INCH.........3.45 INCHES
                 NORMAL.............3.23 INCHES.......5.66 INCHES
                 DEPARTURE.........-1.26 INCH........-2.21 INCHES
                 PCT OF NORMAL......61.0..............61.0

LAST 12 MONTHS...ACTUAL.............5.34 INCHES.......6.86 INCHES
                 NORMAL.............6.47 INCHES......11.50 INCHES
                 DEPARTURE.........-1.13 INCH........-4.64 INCHES
                 PCT OF NORMAL......82.5..............59.6

SINCE JAN 1ST....ACTUAL.............2.66 INCHES.......3.66 INCHES
                 NORMAL.............4.39 INCHES.......7.85 INCHES
                 DEPARTURE.........-1.73 INCH........-4.19 INCHES
                 PCT OF NORMAL......60.6..............46.6

&&

$$

SANGER/OCHS

WEATHER.GOV/HANFORD



000
NOUS46 KHNX 020130
PNSHNX
CAZ089>092-040130-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HANFORD CA
630 PM PDT SAT AUG 1 2015

...JULY 2015 CLIMATOLOGICAL SUMMARY FOR BAKERSFIELD AND FRESNO...
...FRESNO HAS WETTEST JULY ON RECORD...
...BAKERSFIELD HAS 6TH WETTEST JULY ON RECORD...
...100-DEGREE DAYS SO FAR...
...RAINFALL DEPARTURES...

   NOTE...DATA ARE PROVISIONAL AND SUBJECT TO REVISION BY THE
          NATIONAL CLIMATIC DATA CENTER

........................BAKERSFIELD...........FRESNO

RAINFALL
MONTH
JULY 2015...............0.04 INCH.............0.43 INCH
 NORMAL JULY............TRACE.................0.01 INCH
 DEPARTURE FROM NRML....0.04 INCH.............0.42 INCH
 PERCENT OF NORMAL.....800.0................4300.0
RAIN SEASON /JULY 1 TO JUNE 30/
 THROUGH JULY 2015......0.04 INCH.............0.43 INCH
 NORMAL THROUGH JULY....TRACE.................0.01 INCH
 DEPARTURE FROM NRML....0.04 INCH.............0.42 INCH
 PERCENT OF NORMAL.....800.0................4300.0
WATER YEAR /OCTOBER 1 TO SEPTEMBER 30/
 THROUGH JULY 2015......5.33 INCHES...........6.85 INCHES
 NORMAL THROUGH JULY....6.35 INCHES..........11.32 INCHES
 DEPARTURE FROM NRML...-1.02 INCH............-4.47 INCHES
 PERCENT OF NORMAL......83.9..................60.5

TEMPERATURE
AVERAGE HIGH
 JULY 2015..............96.8..................96.8
 NORMAL JULY............97.1..................98.4
 DEPARTURE..............-0.3..................-1.6
 HIGHEST.................107...................108
 DATE...................29TH..................29TH
AVERAGE LOW
 JULY 2015..............72.2..................69.3
 NORMAL JULY............70.5..................67.6
 DEPARTURE...............1.7...................1.7
 LOWEST...................64....................62
 DATE...................10TH...................9TH
AVERAGE TEMPERATURE
 JULY 2015..............84.5..................83.1
 NORMAL JULY............83.8..................83.0
 DEPARTURE...............0.7...................0.1

&&

RECORDS TIED OR BROKEN IN JULY

BAKERSFIELD

 1ST...RECORD HIGH MINIMUM TEMPERATURE FOR THE DATE OF 83 DEGREES.
       THE OLD RECORD WAS 81 DEGREES...SET IN 2013.
    ...RECORD RAINFALL FOR THE DATE OF A TRACE. THIS WAS THE FIRST
       RAIN TO FALL AT BAKERSFIELD ON JULY 1ST SINCE RECORDS BEGAN
       IN 1887.

18TH...RECORD RAINFALL FOR THE DATE OF 0.03 INCH. THE OLD RECORD
       WAS A TRACE...SET IN 2012...1956 AND 1922.

FRESNO

 1ST...RECORD RAINFALL FOR THE DATE OF 0.03 INCH. THE OLD RECORD
       WAS A TRACE...SET IN 1916.

 2ND...RECORD RAINFALL FOR THE DATE OF 0.04 INCH. THE OLD RECORD
       WAS A TRACE...SET IN 1961.
    ...TIED THE RECORD HIGH MINIMUM TEMPERATURE FOR THE DATE OF
       78 DEGREES...LAST SET IN 2013.

18TH...RECORD RAINFALL FOR THE DATE OF 0.36 INCH. THE OLD RECORD
       WAS A TRACE...SET IN 2006...1956 AND 1925.
    ...WETTEST JULY DAY ON RECORD. THE OLD RECORD WAS 0.33 INCH ON
       JULY 22ND 1913.

JULY 2015 WAS THE WETTEST JULY ON RECORD FOR FRESNO WITH 0.43 INCH
     OF RAIN. THE PREVIOUS WETTEST JULY FOR FRESNO WAS IN 1913 WITH
     0.33 INCH OF RAIN. MONTHLY RAINFALL RECORDS FOR FRESNO DATE
     BACK TO 1878.

&&

THE 10 WETTEST JULY/S ON RECORD
/AMOUNTS IN INCHES/

          BAKERSFIELD            FRESNO

 1.       0.43...1913           *0.43...2015*
 2.       0.30...1965            0.33...1913
 3.       0.23...1946            0.22...1992
 4.       0.10...1952            0.14...1925
 5.       0.05...2001            0.08...2001
 6.      *0.04...2015*           0.08...1978
 7.       0.03...1992            0.07...1896
 8.       0.03...1950            0.04...1985
 9.       0.03...1935            0.04...1969
10.       0.02...2012            0.03...1966
          0.02...1977

&&

100-DEGREE DAYS SO FAR

        BAKERSFIELD       FRESNO

MAY           1              0
JUNE         13             11
JULY          8             11

TOTAL        22             22   /THROUGH JULY 31ST/

&&

RAINFALL DEPARTURES

                                   BAKERSFIELD       FRESNO

LAST MONTH.......ACTUAL.............0.04 INCH.........0.43 INCH
                 NORMAL.............TRACE.............0.01 INCH
                 DEPARTURE..........0.04 INCH.........0.42 INCH
                 PCT OF NORMAL.....800.0............4300.0

LAST 3 MONTHS....ACTUAL.............0.72 INCH.........1.01 INCH
                 NORMAL.............0.26 INCH.........0.65 INCH
                 DEPARTURE..........0.46 INCH.........0.36 INCH
                 PCT OF NORMAL.....276.9.............155.4

LAST 6 MONTHS....ACTUAL.............1.97 INCH.........3.45 INCHES
                 NORMAL.............3.23 INCHES.......5.66 INCHES
                 DEPARTURE.........-1.26 INCH........-2.21 INCHES
                 PCT OF NORMAL......61.0..............61.0

LAST 12 MONTHS...ACTUAL.............5.34 INCHES.......6.86 INCHES
                 NORMAL.............6.47 INCHES......11.50 INCHES
                 DEPARTURE.........-1.13 INCH........-4.64 INCHES
                 PCT OF NORMAL......82.5..............59.6

SINCE JAN 1ST....ACTUAL.............2.66 INCHES.......3.66 INCHES
                 NORMAL.............4.39 INCHES.......7.85 INCHES
                 DEPARTURE.........-1.73 INCH........-4.19 INCHES
                 PCT OF NORMAL......60.6..............46.6

&&

$$

SANGER/OCHS

WEATHER.GOV/HANFORD



000
NOUS45 KTFX 012307
PNSTFX
MTZ008>015-044>055-151800-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
507 PM MDT SAT AUG 1 2015

...JULY 2015 AND OCTOBER-JULY WATER YEAR WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTH
CENTRAL AND SOUTHWEST MONTANA...

JULY 2015 TEMPERATURES WERE A DEGREE OR TWO ON EITHER SIDE OF NORMAL
ACROSS THE REGION. THE LEWISTOWN AREA RECORDED TEMPERATURES AS MUCH
AS 1.5 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL, WHILE VALUES WERE AROUND 2.5 DEGREES
BELOW NORMAL AT WEST YELLOWSTONE. THE WARMEST AVERAGE TEMPERATURE
WAS 71.6 AT ARMELLS CREEK, IN NORTHERN FERGUS COUNTY. THE COOLEST
AVERAGE WAS 51.6F AT YELLOWMULE IN GALLATIN COUNTY. THE MONTH`S
WARMEST TEMPERATURE WAS 99F AT HELENA ON THE 4TH, WHILE THE COOLEST
WAS 27F AT WEST YELLOWSTONE ON THE 30TH. BOZEMAN RECORDED THEIR
COOLEST AVERAGE JULY TEMPERATURES SINCE 2004.

FOR PRECIPITATION, RAINFALL AMOUNTS WERE GENERALLY ABOVE NORMAL.
THERE WAS AN AREA ALONG THE NORTHERN ROCKY MOUNTAIN FRONT THAT
RECEIVED BELOW NORMAL VALUES. THE GREATEST AMOUNT AT LOWER
ELEVATIONS WAS 5.33 INCHES NEAR HOGELAND (BLAINE COUNTY), WHILE 6.30
INCHES WAS REPORTED AT BRACKETT CREEK, IN THE BRIDGERS. SEVERE
CONVECTION OCCURRED ON ONLY 3 DAYS DURING THE MONTH, WHICH WAS 3
DAYS LESS THAN NORMAL. WIND GUSTS REACHED 64 MPH NEAR FORT BENTON ON
THE FIRST, WITH ONE-INCH HAIL AT FORT BENTON. ON THE 4TH, STRONG
WINDS AND HAIL SWEPT ACROSS THE HI-LINE. POWER OUTAGES, LARGE-SCALE
CROP DAMAGE FROM WIND AND HAIL AND OTHER DAMAGE WAS REPORTED. GUSTS
REACHED 91 MPH AT BIG SANDY. ON THE 11TH, THUNDERSTORM WIND GUSTS
REACHED 65 MPH NORTH OF CHESTER.

JULY WAS GENERALLY WETTER THAN NORMAL. THIS WAS THE WETTEST JULY
SINCE 1993 AT HAVRE, SINCE 1997 AT BOZEMAN, AND SINCE 2008 AT
DILLON.

ON AVERAGE, THIS WAS ONCE OF THE WINDIER JULYS IN THE PAST DECADE.
MOST AREAS RECORDED AT OR ABOVE NORMAL AVERAGE SPEEDS. THE WINDIEST
LOCATIONS WERE AT FORT BELKNAP (11.7 MPH) AND DEEP CREEK RAWS (13.1
MPH). THE HIGHEST GUST DURING THE MONTH WAS 91 MPH AT BIG SANDY ON
THE 4TH. WINDY CONDITIONS ACROSS THE SOUTHWEST ON THE 5TH PRODUCED
THE WINDIEST JULY DAY SINCE 1997 AT DILLON. AN AVERAGE WIND SPEED OF
16.5 MPH SET A DAILY RECORD. THE THUNDERSTORM WIND GUST OF 72 MPH AT
HAVRE ON JULY 4 WAS THEIR HIGHEST JULY GUST SINCE 2006, AND SECOND
STRONGEST JULY GUST OF RECORD. ALTHOUGH GREAT FALLS RECORDED THEIR
WINDIEST JULY SINCE 2002, THE PEAK WIND SPEED OF 43 MPH WAS ONE OF
THE LOWER MONTHLY PEAKS FOR ANY JULY. IT WAS THE LOWEST SINCE 2006.

AVERAGE TEMPERATURE...DEGREES FAHRENHEIT...
             JUL   NORM   RANK          OCT-JUL  NORM   RANK
BOZEMAN......66.2..67.0...28TH COOLEST   41.6....39.2... 4TH WARMEST
CUT BANK.....64.8..64.6...49TH WARMEST   40.6....38.6... 4TH WARMEST
DILLON.......65.4..65.7...25TH COOLEST   43.2....39.4... 1ST WARMEST
GREAT FALLS..67.4..67.4...34TH COOLEST   43.5....41.2...26TH WARMEST
HAVRE........68.9..69.2...57TH COOLEST   41.8....39.6...20TH WARMEST
HELENA.......70.1..70.0 ..37TH WARMEST   45.0....41.8... 2ND WARMEST
LEWISTOWN....67.0..65.5...41ST WARMEST   43.1....39.6... 4TH WARMEST
W YELLOWSTON.56.2..58.6... 9TH COOLEST   34.1....30.7... 2ND WARMEST

PRECIPITATION...INCHES...
              JUL   NORM                OCT-JUL  NORM
BOZEMAN.......1.78..1.12...17TH WETTEST 10.27...11.92...25TH DRIEST
CUT BANK......0.95..1.28...51ST DRIEST   7.85....8.47...37TH DRIEST
DILLON........1.31..1.25...21ST WETTEST  7.57....8.60...38TH DRIEST
GREAT FALLS...1.43..1.50...50TH WETTEST 10.62...11.76...43RD DRIEST
HAVRE.........3.27..1.64...14TH WETTEST  9.40....8.97...64TH WETTEST
HELENA........1.28..1.19...47TH WETTEST  8.12....8.92...46TH DRIEST
LEWISTOWN.....1.89..1.93...47TH WETTEST 12.50...13.77...36TH DRIEST
W YELLOWSTONE.2.32..1.74...19TH WETTEST 16.93...19.09...30TH DRIEST

AVERAGE WIND SPEED...MPH...
              JUL   NORM   RANK         OCT-JUL  NORM   RANK
BOZEMAN.......6.0....5.9...17TH CALMEST   5.4.... 5.5... 6TH CALMEST
CUT BANK.....10.7...10.3...34TH CALMEST  12.5....13.1...15TH CALMEST
DILLON........7.9... 7.4...25TH WINDIEST  9.3.... 9.2...26TH CALMEST
GREAT FALLS.. 9.8... 9.8...30TH WINDIEST 11.0....12.5... 3RD CALMEST
HAVRE........ 9.6....9.0...18TH WINDIEST 10.3....10.1...24TH WINDIEST
HELENA....... 6.9....6.9...23RD CALMEST   6.5.... 6.7...11TH CALMEST
LEWISTOWN.... 7.6... 7.6...28TH WINDIEST  9.0.... 9.5...14TH CALMEST
W YELLOWSTON. 5.5

TEMPERATURE AND PRECIPITATION RECORDS FOR BOZEMAN BEGAN IN 1935, CUT
BANK BEGAN IN 1903, DILLON BEGAN IN 1939, GREAT FALLS BEGAN IN 1891,
HAVRE AND HELENA BEGAN IN 1880, LEWISTOWN BEGAN IN 1896, AND WEST
YELLOWSTONE BEGAN IN 1905. WIND RECORDS AT BOZEMAN AND DILLON BEGAN
IN 1948, CUT BANK AND LEWISTOWN IN 1938, GREAT FALLS IN 1939, HAVRE
IN 1889, HELENA IN 1880 AND WEST YELLOWSTONE IN 2010. THE NORMAL
PERIOD FOR ALL ELEMENTS IS 1981 TO 2010.

THESE DATA ARE PRELIMINARY AND HAVE NOT UNDERGONE FINAL QC BY NCDC.
THEREFORE THESE DATA ARE SUBJECT TO REVISION. FINAL AND CERTIFIED
CLIMATE DATA CAN BE ACCESSED AT THE NATIONAL CLIMATIC DATA CENTER AT
HTTP://WWW.NCDC.NOAA.GOV

$$
&&

NNNN



000
NOUS45 KTFX 012307
PNSTFX
MTZ008>015-044>055-151800-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
507 PM MDT SAT AUG 1 2015

...JULY 2015 AND OCTOBER-JULY WATER YEAR WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTH
CENTRAL AND SOUTHWEST MONTANA...

JULY 2015 TEMPERATURES WERE A DEGREE OR TWO ON EITHER SIDE OF NORMAL
ACROSS THE REGION. THE LEWISTOWN AREA RECORDED TEMPERATURES AS MUCH
AS 1.5 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL, WHILE VALUES WERE AROUND 2.5 DEGREES
BELOW NORMAL AT WEST YELLOWSTONE. THE WARMEST AVERAGE TEMPERATURE
WAS 71.6 AT ARMELLS CREEK, IN NORTHERN FERGUS COUNTY. THE COOLEST
AVERAGE WAS 51.6F AT YELLOWMULE IN GALLATIN COUNTY. THE MONTH`S
WARMEST TEMPERATURE WAS 99F AT HELENA ON THE 4TH, WHILE THE COOLEST
WAS 27F AT WEST YELLOWSTONE ON THE 30TH. BOZEMAN RECORDED THEIR
COOLEST AVERAGE JULY TEMPERATURES SINCE 2004.

FOR PRECIPITATION, RAINFALL AMOUNTS WERE GENERALLY ABOVE NORMAL.
THERE WAS AN AREA ALONG THE NORTHERN ROCKY MOUNTAIN FRONT THAT
RECEIVED BELOW NORMAL VALUES. THE GREATEST AMOUNT AT LOWER
ELEVATIONS WAS 5.33 INCHES NEAR HOGELAND (BLAINE COUNTY), WHILE 6.30
INCHES WAS REPORTED AT BRACKETT CREEK, IN THE BRIDGERS. SEVERE
CONVECTION OCCURRED ON ONLY 3 DAYS DURING THE MONTH, WHICH WAS 3
DAYS LESS THAN NORMAL. WIND GUSTS REACHED 64 MPH NEAR FORT BENTON ON
THE FIRST, WITH ONE-INCH HAIL AT FORT BENTON. ON THE 4TH, STRONG
WINDS AND HAIL SWEPT ACROSS THE HI-LINE. POWER OUTAGES, LARGE-SCALE
CROP DAMAGE FROM WIND AND HAIL AND OTHER DAMAGE WAS REPORTED. GUSTS
REACHED 91 MPH AT BIG SANDY. ON THE 11TH, THUNDERSTORM WIND GUSTS
REACHED 65 MPH NORTH OF CHESTER.

JULY WAS GENERALLY WETTER THAN NORMAL. THIS WAS THE WETTEST JULY
SINCE 1993 AT HAVRE, SINCE 1997 AT BOZEMAN, AND SINCE 2008 AT
DILLON.

ON AVERAGE, THIS WAS ONCE OF THE WINDIER JULYS IN THE PAST DECADE.
MOST AREAS RECORDED AT OR ABOVE NORMAL AVERAGE SPEEDS. THE WINDIEST
LOCATIONS WERE AT FORT BELKNAP (11.7 MPH) AND DEEP CREEK RAWS (13.1
MPH). THE HIGHEST GUST DURING THE MONTH WAS 91 MPH AT BIG SANDY ON
THE 4TH. WINDY CONDITIONS ACROSS THE SOUTHWEST ON THE 5TH PRODUCED
THE WINDIEST JULY DAY SINCE 1997 AT DILLON. AN AVERAGE WIND SPEED OF
16.5 MPH SET A DAILY RECORD. THE THUNDERSTORM WIND GUST OF 72 MPH AT
HAVRE ON JULY 4 WAS THEIR HIGHEST JULY GUST SINCE 2006, AND SECOND
STRONGEST JULY GUST OF RECORD. ALTHOUGH GREAT FALLS RECORDED THEIR
WINDIEST JULY SINCE 2002, THE PEAK WIND SPEED OF 43 MPH WAS ONE OF
THE LOWER MONTHLY PEAKS FOR ANY JULY. IT WAS THE LOWEST SINCE 2006.

AVERAGE TEMPERATURE...DEGREES FAHRENHEIT...
             JUL   NORM   RANK          OCT-JUL  NORM   RANK
BOZEMAN......66.2..67.0...28TH COOLEST   41.6....39.2... 4TH WARMEST
CUT BANK.....64.8..64.6...49TH WARMEST   40.6....38.6... 4TH WARMEST
DILLON.......65.4..65.7...25TH COOLEST   43.2....39.4... 1ST WARMEST
GREAT FALLS..67.4..67.4...34TH COOLEST   43.5....41.2...26TH WARMEST
HAVRE........68.9..69.2...57TH COOLEST   41.8....39.6...20TH WARMEST
HELENA.......70.1..70.0 ..37TH WARMEST   45.0....41.8... 2ND WARMEST
LEWISTOWN....67.0..65.5...41ST WARMEST   43.1....39.6... 4TH WARMEST
W YELLOWSTON.56.2..58.6... 9TH COOLEST   34.1....30.7... 2ND WARMEST

PRECIPITATION...INCHES...
              JUL   NORM                OCT-JUL  NORM
BOZEMAN.......1.78..1.12...17TH WETTEST 10.27...11.92...25TH DRIEST
CUT BANK......0.95..1.28...51ST DRIEST   7.85....8.47...37TH DRIEST
DILLON........1.31..1.25...21ST WETTEST  7.57....8.60...38TH DRIEST
GREAT FALLS...1.43..1.50...50TH WETTEST 10.62...11.76...43RD DRIEST
HAVRE.........3.27..1.64...14TH WETTEST  9.40....8.97...64TH WETTEST
HELENA........1.28..1.19...47TH WETTEST  8.12....8.92...46TH DRIEST
LEWISTOWN.....1.89..1.93...47TH WETTEST 12.50...13.77...36TH DRIEST
W YELLOWSTONE.2.32..1.74...19TH WETTEST 16.93...19.09...30TH DRIEST

AVERAGE WIND SPEED...MPH...
              JUL   NORM   RANK         OCT-JUL  NORM   RANK
BOZEMAN.......6.0....5.9...17TH CALMEST   5.4.... 5.5... 6TH CALMEST
CUT BANK.....10.7...10.3...34TH CALMEST  12.5....13.1...15TH CALMEST
DILLON........7.9... 7.4...25TH WINDIEST  9.3.... 9.2...26TH CALMEST
GREAT FALLS.. 9.8... 9.8...30TH WINDIEST 11.0....12.5... 3RD CALMEST
HAVRE........ 9.6....9.0...18TH WINDIEST 10.3....10.1...24TH WINDIEST
HELENA....... 6.9....6.9...23RD CALMEST   6.5.... 6.7...11TH CALMEST
LEWISTOWN.... 7.6... 7.6...28TH WINDIEST  9.0.... 9.5...14TH CALMEST
W YELLOWSTON. 5.5

TEMPERATURE AND PRECIPITATION RECORDS FOR BOZEMAN BEGAN IN 1935, CUT
BANK BEGAN IN 1903, DILLON BEGAN IN 1939, GREAT FALLS BEGAN IN 1891,
HAVRE AND HELENA BEGAN IN 1880, LEWISTOWN BEGAN IN 1896, AND WEST
YELLOWSTONE BEGAN IN 1905. WIND RECORDS AT BOZEMAN AND DILLON BEGAN
IN 1948, CUT BANK AND LEWISTOWN IN 1938, GREAT FALLS IN 1939, HAVRE
IN 1889, HELENA IN 1880 AND WEST YELLOWSTONE IN 2010. THE NORMAL
PERIOD FOR ALL ELEMENTS IS 1981 TO 2010.

THESE DATA ARE PRELIMINARY AND HAVE NOT UNDERGONE FINAL QC BY NCDC.
THEREFORE THESE DATA ARE SUBJECT TO REVISION. FINAL AND CERTIFIED
CLIMATE DATA CAN BE ACCESSED AT THE NATIONAL CLIMATIC DATA CENTER AT
HTTP://WWW.NCDC.NOAA.GOV

$$
&&

NNNN


000
NOUS45 KPUB 012230
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-012329

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
429 PM MDT SAT AUG 1 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 95
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 63
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 87
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 57
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 77
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 54
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0


$$


000
NOUS45 KPUB 012230
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-012329

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
429 PM MDT SAT AUG 1 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 95
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 63
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 87
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 57
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 77
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 54
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0


$$


000
NOUS45 KPUB 012230
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-012329

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
429 PM MDT SAT AUG 1 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 95
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 63
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 87
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 57
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 77
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 54
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0


$$


000
NOUS45 KPUB 012230
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-012329

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
429 PM MDT SAT AUG 1 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 95
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 63
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 87
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 57
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 77
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 54
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0


$$


000
NOAK49 PAFG 012219
PNSAFG
AKZ222-032230-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FAIRBANKS AK
219 PM AKDT SAT AUG 1 2015

...MONTHLY WEATHER SUMMARY FOR JULY 2015 FOR FAIRBANKS ALASKA...

JULY 2015 WAS THE SECOND MONTH IN A ROW WITH BELOW NORMAL
TEMPERATURES AFTER TEN CONSECUTIVE MONTHS OF ABOVE NORMAL
TEMPERATURES AT THE FAIRBANKS AIRPORT. JULY FEATURED PERIODS OF
ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES AND SEVERAL DAYS DENSE SMOKE COVERING
THE AREA. SLOW MOVING THUNDERSTORMS IN THE LAST WEEK OF THE MONTH
HELPED BOOST RAINFALL TOTALS WELL ABOVE NORMAL. NO DAILY TEMPERATURE
RECORDS OR PRECIPITATION RECORDS WERE SET IN JULY AT THE AIRPORT.

TEMPERATURES STARTED OFF COOL IN JULY WITH THE FIRST THREE DAYS
FALLING BELOW NORMAL HOWEVER TEMPERATURES SOARED WELL INTO THE 80S
BY THE END OF THE FIRST WEEK WITH THE TEMPERATURE CLIMBING TO 89
DEGREES ON THE 6TH WHICH WAS THE WARMEST TEMPERATURE RECORDED IN
THE MONTH OF JULY AND IS ALSO THE WARMEST TEMPERATURE SO FAR
DURING OF THE 2015 SUMMER SEASON. TEMPERATURES DROPPED AGAIN ON
THE 7TH AND 8TH HOWEVER AS DENSE SMOKE FROM EXPLOSIVE FIRE GROWTH
IN LATE JUNE AND EARLIER IN THE WEEK COVERED THE REGION.
VISIBILITY AT MANY LOCATIONS OVER THE MIDDLE TANANA VALLEY AND
OVER THE CENTRAL INTERIOR DROPPED TO ONE QUARTER MILE OR LESS AT
TIMES IN THE DENSE SMOKE. AIR QUALITY DROPPED TO HAZARDOUS LEVELS
IN THE FAIRBANKS AREA.

THE AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE FOR THE MONTH OF JULY WAS 71.4
DEGREES WHICH WAS 1.3 DEGREES BELOW THE NORMAL HIGH TEMPERATURE
OF 72.7 DEGREES AND RANKED AS THE 45TH COLDEST OF 109 YEARS OF
RECORD. THE AVERAGE LOW TEMPERATURE WAS 53.1 DEGREES AND WAS 0.8
DEGREES ABOVE THE NORMAL LOW TEMPERATURE OF 52.3 DEGREES AND RANKS
AS THE 20TH WARMEST OF 109 YEARS OF RECORD. THE MEAN TEMPERATURE
WAS 62.2 DEGREES WHICH WAS 0.3 DEGREES BELOW THE NORMAL MEAN
TEMPERATURE OF 62.5 DEGREES AND RANKS AS THE 39TH WARMEST OF 109
YEARS OF RECORD.

JULY WAS WETTER THAN AVERAGE WITH MEASURABLE RAINFALL FALLING ON
5 OF THE LAST 7 DAYS. 1.07 INCHES OF RAIN FELL ON THE 27TH AND
28TH AND WAS THE HEAVIEST 24 HOUR RAINFALL FOR THE MONTH. 2.78
INCHES OF RAIN FELL DURING THE MONTH OF JULY WHICH WAS 0.62 INCHES
ABOVE THE NORMAL JULY RAINFALL OF 2.16 INCHES WHICH WAS THE 20TH
WETTEST OF 103 YEARS OF RECORD.

LOOKING FORWARD TO THE MONTH OF AUGUST POSSIBLE SUNSHINE CONTINUES
TO DECREASE AT NEARLY 7 MINUTES PER DAY WITH DAYLIGHT HOURS
DECREASING FROM 18 HOURS AND 11 MINUTES ON THE 1ST TO 14 HOURS AND
45 MINUTES ON THE 31ST. THE AVERAGE DAILY HIGH TEMPERATURE
DECREASES FROM 70 DEGREES ON THE 1ST TO 62 DEGREES ON THE 31ST.
THE AVERAGE DAILY LOW TEMPERATURE DECREASES FROM 50 DEGREES ON THE
1ST TO 41 DEGREES ON THE 31ST. AN AVERAGE OF 1.88 INCHES OF RAIN FALLS
AT THE FAIRBANKS AIRPORT DURING THE MONTH OF AUGUST.

THE FORECAST FROM THE CLIMATE PREDICTION CENTER CALLS FOR
INCREASED CHANCES FOR ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES AND EQUAL CHANCES
FOR BELOW NORMAL...NEAR NORMAL OR ABOVE NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR
THE MONTH OF AUGUST.


OBSERVED LAST MONTH...07/2015

                         OBSERVED   RANK
AVG MAX TEMP (F)             71.4   45TH COLDEST OF 109 YEARS
AVG MIN TEMP (F)             53.1   20TH WARMEST OF 109 YEARS
AVG TEMP (F)                 62.2   39TH WARMEST OF 109 YEARS
TOTAL PRECIP (IN)            2.78   20TH WETTEST OF 103 YEARS

$$

CCC



000
NOAK49 PAFG 012219
PNSAFG
AKZ222-032230-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FAIRBANKS AK
219 PM AKDT SAT AUG 1 2015

...MONTHLY WEATHER SUMMARY FOR JULY 2015 FOR FAIRBANKS ALASKA...

JULY 2015 WAS THE SECOND MONTH IN A ROW WITH BELOW NORMAL
TEMPERATURES AFTER TEN CONSECUTIVE MONTHS OF ABOVE NORMAL
TEMPERATURES AT THE FAIRBANKS AIRPORT. JULY FEATURED PERIODS OF
ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES AND SEVERAL DAYS DENSE SMOKE COVERING
THE AREA. SLOW MOVING THUNDERSTORMS IN THE LAST WEEK OF THE MONTH
HELPED BOOST RAINFALL TOTALS WELL ABOVE NORMAL. NO DAILY TEMPERATURE
RECORDS OR PRECIPITATION RECORDS WERE SET IN JULY AT THE AIRPORT.

TEMPERATURES STARTED OFF COOL IN JULY WITH THE FIRST THREE DAYS
FALLING BELOW NORMAL HOWEVER TEMPERATURES SOARED WELL INTO THE 80S
BY THE END OF THE FIRST WEEK WITH THE TEMPERATURE CLIMBING TO 89
DEGREES ON THE 6TH WHICH WAS THE WARMEST TEMPERATURE RECORDED IN
THE MONTH OF JULY AND IS ALSO THE WARMEST TEMPERATURE SO FAR
DURING OF THE 2015 SUMMER SEASON. TEMPERATURES DROPPED AGAIN ON
THE 7TH AND 8TH HOWEVER AS DENSE SMOKE FROM EXPLOSIVE FIRE GROWTH
IN LATE JUNE AND EARLIER IN THE WEEK COVERED THE REGION.
VISIBILITY AT MANY LOCATIONS OVER THE MIDDLE TANANA VALLEY AND
OVER THE CENTRAL INTERIOR DROPPED TO ONE QUARTER MILE OR LESS AT
TIMES IN THE DENSE SMOKE. AIR QUALITY DROPPED TO HAZARDOUS LEVELS
IN THE FAIRBANKS AREA.

THE AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE FOR THE MONTH OF JULY WAS 71.4
DEGREES WHICH WAS 1.3 DEGREES BELOW THE NORMAL HIGH TEMPERATURE
OF 72.7 DEGREES AND RANKED AS THE 45TH COLDEST OF 109 YEARS OF
RECORD. THE AVERAGE LOW TEMPERATURE WAS 53.1 DEGREES AND WAS 0.8
DEGREES ABOVE THE NORMAL LOW TEMPERATURE OF 52.3 DEGREES AND RANKS
AS THE 20TH WARMEST OF 109 YEARS OF RECORD. THE MEAN TEMPERATURE
WAS 62.2 DEGREES WHICH WAS 0.3 DEGREES BELOW THE NORMAL MEAN
TEMPERATURE OF 62.5 DEGREES AND RANKS AS THE 39TH WARMEST OF 109
YEARS OF RECORD.

JULY WAS WETTER THAN AVERAGE WITH MEASURABLE RAINFALL FALLING ON
5 OF THE LAST 7 DAYS. 1.07 INCHES OF RAIN FELL ON THE 27TH AND
28TH AND WAS THE HEAVIEST 24 HOUR RAINFALL FOR THE MONTH. 2.78
INCHES OF RAIN FELL DURING THE MONTH OF JULY WHICH WAS 0.62 INCHES
ABOVE THE NORMAL JULY RAINFALL OF 2.16 INCHES WHICH WAS THE 20TH
WETTEST OF 103 YEARS OF RECORD.

LOOKING FORWARD TO THE MONTH OF AUGUST POSSIBLE SUNSHINE CONTINUES
TO DECREASE AT NEARLY 7 MINUTES PER DAY WITH DAYLIGHT HOURS
DECREASING FROM 18 HOURS AND 11 MINUTES ON THE 1ST TO 14 HOURS AND
45 MINUTES ON THE 31ST. THE AVERAGE DAILY HIGH TEMPERATURE
DECREASES FROM 70 DEGREES ON THE 1ST TO 62 DEGREES ON THE 31ST.
THE AVERAGE DAILY LOW TEMPERATURE DECREASES FROM 50 DEGREES ON THE
1ST TO 41 DEGREES ON THE 31ST. AN AVERAGE OF 1.88 INCHES OF RAIN FALLS
AT THE FAIRBANKS AIRPORT DURING THE MONTH OF AUGUST.

THE FORECAST FROM THE CLIMATE PREDICTION CENTER CALLS FOR
INCREASED CHANCES FOR ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES AND EQUAL CHANCES
FOR BELOW NORMAL...NEAR NORMAL OR ABOVE NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR
THE MONTH OF AUGUST.


OBSERVED LAST MONTH...07/2015

                         OBSERVED   RANK
AVG MAX TEMP (F)             71.4   45TH COLDEST OF 109 YEARS
AVG MIN TEMP (F)             53.1   20TH WARMEST OF 109 YEARS
AVG TEMP (F)                 62.2   39TH WARMEST OF 109 YEARS
TOTAL PRECIP (IN)            2.78   20TH WETTEST OF 103 YEARS

$$

CCC



000
NOAK49 PAFG 012219
PNSAFG
AKZ222-032230-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FAIRBANKS AK
219 PM AKDT SAT AUG 1 2015

...MONTHLY WEATHER SUMMARY FOR JULY 2015 FOR FAIRBANKS ALASKA...

JULY 2015 WAS THE SECOND MONTH IN A ROW WITH BELOW NORMAL
TEMPERATURES AFTER TEN CONSECUTIVE MONTHS OF ABOVE NORMAL
TEMPERATURES AT THE FAIRBANKS AIRPORT. JULY FEATURED PERIODS OF
ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES AND SEVERAL DAYS DENSE SMOKE COVERING
THE AREA. SLOW MOVING THUNDERSTORMS IN THE LAST WEEK OF THE MONTH
HELPED BOOST RAINFALL TOTALS WELL ABOVE NORMAL. NO DAILY TEMPERATURE
RECORDS OR PRECIPITATION RECORDS WERE SET IN JULY AT THE AIRPORT.

TEMPERATURES STARTED OFF COOL IN JULY WITH THE FIRST THREE DAYS
FALLING BELOW NORMAL HOWEVER TEMPERATURES SOARED WELL INTO THE 80S
BY THE END OF THE FIRST WEEK WITH THE TEMPERATURE CLIMBING TO 89
DEGREES ON THE 6TH WHICH WAS THE WARMEST TEMPERATURE RECORDED IN
THE MONTH OF JULY AND IS ALSO THE WARMEST TEMPERATURE SO FAR
DURING OF THE 2015 SUMMER SEASON. TEMPERATURES DROPPED AGAIN ON
THE 7TH AND 8TH HOWEVER AS DENSE SMOKE FROM EXPLOSIVE FIRE GROWTH
IN LATE JUNE AND EARLIER IN THE WEEK COVERED THE REGION.
VISIBILITY AT MANY LOCATIONS OVER THE MIDDLE TANANA VALLEY AND
OVER THE CENTRAL INTERIOR DROPPED TO ONE QUARTER MILE OR LESS AT
TIMES IN THE DENSE SMOKE. AIR QUALITY DROPPED TO HAZARDOUS LEVELS
IN THE FAIRBANKS AREA.

THE AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE FOR THE MONTH OF JULY WAS 71.4
DEGREES WHICH WAS 1.3 DEGREES BELOW THE NORMAL HIGH TEMPERATURE
OF 72.7 DEGREES AND RANKED AS THE 45TH COLDEST OF 109 YEARS OF
RECORD. THE AVERAGE LOW TEMPERATURE WAS 53.1 DEGREES AND WAS 0.8
DEGREES ABOVE THE NORMAL LOW TEMPERATURE OF 52.3 DEGREES AND RANKS
AS THE 20TH WARMEST OF 109 YEARS OF RECORD. THE MEAN TEMPERATURE
WAS 62.2 DEGREES WHICH WAS 0.3 DEGREES BELOW THE NORMAL MEAN
TEMPERATURE OF 62.5 DEGREES AND RANKS AS THE 39TH WARMEST OF 109
YEARS OF RECORD.

JULY WAS WETTER THAN AVERAGE WITH MEASURABLE RAINFALL FALLING ON
5 OF THE LAST 7 DAYS. 1.07 INCHES OF RAIN FELL ON THE 27TH AND
28TH AND WAS THE HEAVIEST 24 HOUR RAINFALL FOR THE MONTH. 2.78
INCHES OF RAIN FELL DURING THE MONTH OF JULY WHICH WAS 0.62 INCHES
ABOVE THE NORMAL JULY RAINFALL OF 2.16 INCHES WHICH WAS THE 20TH
WETTEST OF 103 YEARS OF RECORD.

LOOKING FORWARD TO THE MONTH OF AUGUST POSSIBLE SUNSHINE CONTINUES
TO DECREASE AT NEARLY 7 MINUTES PER DAY WITH DAYLIGHT HOURS
DECREASING FROM 18 HOURS AND 11 MINUTES ON THE 1ST TO 14 HOURS AND
45 MINUTES ON THE 31ST. THE AVERAGE DAILY HIGH TEMPERATURE
DECREASES FROM 70 DEGREES ON THE 1ST TO 62 DEGREES ON THE 31ST.
THE AVERAGE DAILY LOW TEMPERATURE DECREASES FROM 50 DEGREES ON THE
1ST TO 41 DEGREES ON THE 31ST. AN AVERAGE OF 1.88 INCHES OF RAIN FALLS
AT THE FAIRBANKS AIRPORT DURING THE MONTH OF AUGUST.

THE FORECAST FROM THE CLIMATE PREDICTION CENTER CALLS FOR
INCREASED CHANCES FOR ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES AND EQUAL CHANCES
FOR BELOW NORMAL...NEAR NORMAL OR ABOVE NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR
THE MONTH OF AUGUST.


OBSERVED LAST MONTH...07/2015

                         OBSERVED   RANK
AVG MAX TEMP (F)             71.4   45TH COLDEST OF 109 YEARS
AVG MIN TEMP (F)             53.1   20TH WARMEST OF 109 YEARS
AVG TEMP (F)                 62.2   39TH WARMEST OF 109 YEARS
TOTAL PRECIP (IN)            2.78   20TH WETTEST OF 103 YEARS

$$

CCC



000
NOAK49 PAFG 012219
PNSAFG
AKZ222-032230-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FAIRBANKS AK
219 PM AKDT SAT AUG 1 2015

...MONTHLY WEATHER SUMMARY FOR JULY 2015 FOR FAIRBANKS ALASKA...

JULY 2015 WAS THE SECOND MONTH IN A ROW WITH BELOW NORMAL
TEMPERATURES AFTER TEN CONSECUTIVE MONTHS OF ABOVE NORMAL
TEMPERATURES AT THE FAIRBANKS AIRPORT. JULY FEATURED PERIODS OF
ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES AND SEVERAL DAYS DENSE SMOKE COVERING
THE AREA. SLOW MOVING THUNDERSTORMS IN THE LAST WEEK OF THE MONTH
HELPED BOOST RAINFALL TOTALS WELL ABOVE NORMAL. NO DAILY TEMPERATURE
RECORDS OR PRECIPITATION RECORDS WERE SET IN JULY AT THE AIRPORT.

TEMPERATURES STARTED OFF COOL IN JULY WITH THE FIRST THREE DAYS
FALLING BELOW NORMAL HOWEVER TEMPERATURES SOARED WELL INTO THE 80S
BY THE END OF THE FIRST WEEK WITH THE TEMPERATURE CLIMBING TO 89
DEGREES ON THE 6TH WHICH WAS THE WARMEST TEMPERATURE RECORDED IN
THE MONTH OF JULY AND IS ALSO THE WARMEST TEMPERATURE SO FAR
DURING OF THE 2015 SUMMER SEASON. TEMPERATURES DROPPED AGAIN ON
THE 7TH AND 8TH HOWEVER AS DENSE SMOKE FROM EXPLOSIVE FIRE GROWTH
IN LATE JUNE AND EARLIER IN THE WEEK COVERED THE REGION.
VISIBILITY AT MANY LOCATIONS OVER THE MIDDLE TANANA VALLEY AND
OVER THE CENTRAL INTERIOR DROPPED TO ONE QUARTER MILE OR LESS AT
TIMES IN THE DENSE SMOKE. AIR QUALITY DROPPED TO HAZARDOUS LEVELS
IN THE FAIRBANKS AREA.

THE AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE FOR THE MONTH OF JULY WAS 71.4
DEGREES WHICH WAS 1.3 DEGREES BELOW THE NORMAL HIGH TEMPERATURE
OF 72.7 DEGREES AND RANKED AS THE 45TH COLDEST OF 109 YEARS OF
RECORD. THE AVERAGE LOW TEMPERATURE WAS 53.1 DEGREES AND WAS 0.8
DEGREES ABOVE THE NORMAL LOW TEMPERATURE OF 52.3 DEGREES AND RANKS
AS THE 20TH WARMEST OF 109 YEARS OF RECORD. THE MEAN TEMPERATURE
WAS 62.2 DEGREES WHICH WAS 0.3 DEGREES BELOW THE NORMAL MEAN
TEMPERATURE OF 62.5 DEGREES AND RANKS AS THE 39TH WARMEST OF 109
YEARS OF RECORD.

JULY WAS WETTER THAN AVERAGE WITH MEASURABLE RAINFALL FALLING ON
5 OF THE LAST 7 DAYS. 1.07 INCHES OF RAIN FELL ON THE 27TH AND
28TH AND WAS THE HEAVIEST 24 HOUR RAINFALL FOR THE MONTH. 2.78
INCHES OF RAIN FELL DURING THE MONTH OF JULY WHICH WAS 0.62 INCHES
ABOVE THE NORMAL JULY RAINFALL OF 2.16 INCHES WHICH WAS THE 20TH
WETTEST OF 103 YEARS OF RECORD.

LOOKING FORWARD TO THE MONTH OF AUGUST POSSIBLE SUNSHINE CONTINUES
TO DECREASE AT NEARLY 7 MINUTES PER DAY WITH DAYLIGHT HOURS
DECREASING FROM 18 HOURS AND 11 MINUTES ON THE 1ST TO 14 HOURS AND
45 MINUTES ON THE 31ST. THE AVERAGE DAILY HIGH TEMPERATURE
DECREASES FROM 70 DEGREES ON THE 1ST TO 62 DEGREES ON THE 31ST.
THE AVERAGE DAILY LOW TEMPERATURE DECREASES FROM 50 DEGREES ON THE
1ST TO 41 DEGREES ON THE 31ST. AN AVERAGE OF 1.88 INCHES OF RAIN FALLS
AT THE FAIRBANKS AIRPORT DURING THE MONTH OF AUGUST.

THE FORECAST FROM THE CLIMATE PREDICTION CENTER CALLS FOR
INCREASED CHANCES FOR ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES AND EQUAL CHANCES
FOR BELOW NORMAL...NEAR NORMAL OR ABOVE NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR
THE MONTH OF AUGUST.


OBSERVED LAST MONTH...07/2015

                         OBSERVED   RANK
AVG MAX TEMP (F)             71.4   45TH COLDEST OF 109 YEARS
AVG MIN TEMP (F)             53.1   20TH WARMEST OF 109 YEARS
AVG TEMP (F)                 62.2   39TH WARMEST OF 109 YEARS
TOTAL PRECIP (IN)            2.78   20TH WETTEST OF 103 YEARS

$$

CCC



000
NOAK49 PAFG 012219
PNSAFG
AKZ222-032230-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FAIRBANKS AK
219 PM AKDT SAT AUG 1 2015

...MONTHLY WEATHER SUMMARY FOR JULY 2015 FOR FAIRBANKS ALASKA...

JULY 2015 WAS THE SECOND MONTH IN A ROW WITH BELOW NORMAL
TEMPERATURES AFTER TEN CONSECUTIVE MONTHS OF ABOVE NORMAL
TEMPERATURES AT THE FAIRBANKS AIRPORT. JULY FEATURED PERIODS OF
ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES AND SEVERAL DAYS DENSE SMOKE COVERING
THE AREA. SLOW MOVING THUNDERSTORMS IN THE LAST WEEK OF THE MONTH
HELPED BOOST RAINFALL TOTALS WELL ABOVE NORMAL. NO DAILY TEMPERATURE
RECORDS OR PRECIPITATION RECORDS WERE SET IN JULY AT THE AIRPORT.

TEMPERATURES STARTED OFF COOL IN JULY WITH THE FIRST THREE DAYS
FALLING BELOW NORMAL HOWEVER TEMPERATURES SOARED WELL INTO THE 80S
BY THE END OF THE FIRST WEEK WITH THE TEMPERATURE CLIMBING TO 89
DEGREES ON THE 6TH WHICH WAS THE WARMEST TEMPERATURE RECORDED IN
THE MONTH OF JULY AND IS ALSO THE WARMEST TEMPERATURE SO FAR
DURING OF THE 2015 SUMMER SEASON. TEMPERATURES DROPPED AGAIN ON
THE 7TH AND 8TH HOWEVER AS DENSE SMOKE FROM EXPLOSIVE FIRE GROWTH
IN LATE JUNE AND EARLIER IN THE WEEK COVERED THE REGION.
VISIBILITY AT MANY LOCATIONS OVER THE MIDDLE TANANA VALLEY AND
OVER THE CENTRAL INTERIOR DROPPED TO ONE QUARTER MILE OR LESS AT
TIMES IN THE DENSE SMOKE. AIR QUALITY DROPPED TO HAZARDOUS LEVELS
IN THE FAIRBANKS AREA.

THE AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE FOR THE MONTH OF JULY WAS 71.4
DEGREES WHICH WAS 1.3 DEGREES BELOW THE NORMAL HIGH TEMPERATURE
OF 72.7 DEGREES AND RANKED AS THE 45TH COLDEST OF 109 YEARS OF
RECORD. THE AVERAGE LOW TEMPERATURE WAS 53.1 DEGREES AND WAS 0.8
DEGREES ABOVE THE NORMAL LOW TEMPERATURE OF 52.3 DEGREES AND RANKS
AS THE 20TH WARMEST OF 109 YEARS OF RECORD. THE MEAN TEMPERATURE
WAS 62.2 DEGREES WHICH WAS 0.3 DEGREES BELOW THE NORMAL MEAN
TEMPERATURE OF 62.5 DEGREES AND RANKS AS THE 39TH WARMEST OF 109
YEARS OF RECORD.

JULY WAS WETTER THAN AVERAGE WITH MEASURABLE RAINFALL FALLING ON
5 OF THE LAST 7 DAYS. 1.07 INCHES OF RAIN FELL ON THE 27TH AND
28TH AND WAS THE HEAVIEST 24 HOUR RAINFALL FOR THE MONTH. 2.78
INCHES OF RAIN FELL DURING THE MONTH OF JULY WHICH WAS 0.62 INCHES
ABOVE THE NORMAL JULY RAINFALL OF 2.16 INCHES WHICH WAS THE 20TH
WETTEST OF 103 YEARS OF RECORD.

LOOKING FORWARD TO THE MONTH OF AUGUST POSSIBLE SUNSHINE CONTINUES
TO DECREASE AT NEARLY 7 MINUTES PER DAY WITH DAYLIGHT HOURS
DECREASING FROM 18 HOURS AND 11 MINUTES ON THE 1ST TO 14 HOURS AND
45 MINUTES ON THE 31ST. THE AVERAGE DAILY HIGH TEMPERATURE
DECREASES FROM 70 DEGREES ON THE 1ST TO 62 DEGREES ON THE 31ST.
THE AVERAGE DAILY LOW TEMPERATURE DECREASES FROM 50 DEGREES ON THE
1ST TO 41 DEGREES ON THE 31ST. AN AVERAGE OF 1.88 INCHES OF RAIN FALLS
AT THE FAIRBANKS AIRPORT DURING THE MONTH OF AUGUST.

THE FORECAST FROM THE CLIMATE PREDICTION CENTER CALLS FOR
INCREASED CHANCES FOR ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES AND EQUAL CHANCES
FOR BELOW NORMAL...NEAR NORMAL OR ABOVE NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR
THE MONTH OF AUGUST.


OBSERVED LAST MONTH...07/2015

                         OBSERVED   RANK
AVG MAX TEMP (F)             71.4   45TH COLDEST OF 109 YEARS
AVG MIN TEMP (F)             53.1   20TH WARMEST OF 109 YEARS
AVG TEMP (F)                 62.2   39TH WARMEST OF 109 YEARS
TOTAL PRECIP (IN)            2.78   20TH WETTEST OF 103 YEARS

$$

CCC



000
NOAK49 PAFG 012219
PNSAFG
AKZ222-032230-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FAIRBANKS AK
219 PM AKDT SAT AUG 1 2015

...MONTHLY WEATHER SUMMARY FOR JULY 2015 FOR FAIRBANKS ALASKA...

JULY 2015 WAS THE SECOND MONTH IN A ROW WITH BELOW NORMAL
TEMPERATURES AFTER TEN CONSECUTIVE MONTHS OF ABOVE NORMAL
TEMPERATURES AT THE FAIRBANKS AIRPORT. JULY FEATURED PERIODS OF
ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES AND SEVERAL DAYS DENSE SMOKE COVERING
THE AREA. SLOW MOVING THUNDERSTORMS IN THE LAST WEEK OF THE MONTH
HELPED BOOST RAINFALL TOTALS WELL ABOVE NORMAL. NO DAILY TEMPERATURE
RECORDS OR PRECIPITATION RECORDS WERE SET IN JULY AT THE AIRPORT.

TEMPERATURES STARTED OFF COOL IN JULY WITH THE FIRST THREE DAYS
FALLING BELOW NORMAL HOWEVER TEMPERATURES SOARED WELL INTO THE 80S
BY THE END OF THE FIRST WEEK WITH THE TEMPERATURE CLIMBING TO 89
DEGREES ON THE 6TH WHICH WAS THE WARMEST TEMPERATURE RECORDED IN
THE MONTH OF JULY AND IS ALSO THE WARMEST TEMPERATURE SO FAR
DURING OF THE 2015 SUMMER SEASON. TEMPERATURES DROPPED AGAIN ON
THE 7TH AND 8TH HOWEVER AS DENSE SMOKE FROM EXPLOSIVE FIRE GROWTH
IN LATE JUNE AND EARLIER IN THE WEEK COVERED THE REGION.
VISIBILITY AT MANY LOCATIONS OVER THE MIDDLE TANANA VALLEY AND
OVER THE CENTRAL INTERIOR DROPPED TO ONE QUARTER MILE OR LESS AT
TIMES IN THE DENSE SMOKE. AIR QUALITY DROPPED TO HAZARDOUS LEVELS
IN THE FAIRBANKS AREA.

THE AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE FOR THE MONTH OF JULY WAS 71.4
DEGREES WHICH WAS 1.3 DEGREES BELOW THE NORMAL HIGH TEMPERATURE
OF 72.7 DEGREES AND RANKED AS THE 45TH COLDEST OF 109 YEARS OF
RECORD. THE AVERAGE LOW TEMPERATURE WAS 53.1 DEGREES AND WAS 0.8
DEGREES ABOVE THE NORMAL LOW TEMPERATURE OF 52.3 DEGREES AND RANKS
AS THE 20TH WARMEST OF 109 YEARS OF RECORD. THE MEAN TEMPERATURE
WAS 62.2 DEGREES WHICH WAS 0.3 DEGREES BELOW THE NORMAL MEAN
TEMPERATURE OF 62.5 DEGREES AND RANKS AS THE 39TH WARMEST OF 109
YEARS OF RECORD.

JULY WAS WETTER THAN AVERAGE WITH MEASURABLE RAINFALL FALLING ON
5 OF THE LAST 7 DAYS. 1.07 INCHES OF RAIN FELL ON THE 27TH AND
28TH AND WAS THE HEAVIEST 24 HOUR RAINFALL FOR THE MONTH. 2.78
INCHES OF RAIN FELL DURING THE MONTH OF JULY WHICH WAS 0.62 INCHES
ABOVE THE NORMAL JULY RAINFALL OF 2.16 INCHES WHICH WAS THE 20TH
WETTEST OF 103 YEARS OF RECORD.

LOOKING FORWARD TO THE MONTH OF AUGUST POSSIBLE SUNSHINE CONTINUES
TO DECREASE AT NEARLY 7 MINUTES PER DAY WITH DAYLIGHT HOURS
DECREASING FROM 18 HOURS AND 11 MINUTES ON THE 1ST TO 14 HOURS AND
45 MINUTES ON THE 31ST. THE AVERAGE DAILY HIGH TEMPERATURE
DECREASES FROM 70 DEGREES ON THE 1ST TO 62 DEGREES ON THE 31ST.
THE AVERAGE DAILY LOW TEMPERATURE DECREASES FROM 50 DEGREES ON THE
1ST TO 41 DEGREES ON THE 31ST. AN AVERAGE OF 1.88 INCHES OF RAIN FALLS
AT THE FAIRBANKS AIRPORT DURING THE MONTH OF AUGUST.

THE FORECAST FROM THE CLIMATE PREDICTION CENTER CALLS FOR
INCREASED CHANCES FOR ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES AND EQUAL CHANCES
FOR BELOW NORMAL...NEAR NORMAL OR ABOVE NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR
THE MONTH OF AUGUST.


OBSERVED LAST MONTH...07/2015

                         OBSERVED   RANK
AVG MAX TEMP (F)             71.4   45TH COLDEST OF 109 YEARS
AVG MIN TEMP (F)             53.1   20TH WARMEST OF 109 YEARS
AVG TEMP (F)                 62.2   39TH WARMEST OF 109 YEARS
TOTAL PRECIP (IN)            2.78   20TH WETTEST OF 103 YEARS

$$

CCC


000
NOUS42 KJAX 012101
PNSJAX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSONVILLE FL
445 PM EDT SAT AUG 1 2015

       ...JULY 2015 CLIMATE SUMMARY FOR JACKSONVILLE...

           ....WARMER AND DRIER THAN NORMAL JULY...

AT JACKSONVILLE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT...

TEMPERATURES...THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE FOR JULY WAS 82.7 DEGREES
WHICH WAS 0.4 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. THE AVERAGE DAILY HIGH WAS 92.8
DEGREES AND THE AVERAGE DAILY LOW WAS 72.5 DEGREES. THE MAXIMUM
TEMPERATURE FOR THE MONTH WAS 98 DEGREES ON THE 12TH AND THE MINIMUM
FOR THE MONTH WAS 67 DEGREES ON THE 6TH. WE HAD  24 STRAIGHT DAY OF
TEMPERTURES 90 DEGRES OR WARMER...THE 18TH EVER RECORDED. NO RECORDS
WERE SET THIS MONTH AT JACKSONVILLE.

RAINFALL...THERE WERE 10 DAYS OF MEASURABLE RAINFALL IN JULY AT
JACKSONVILLE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. MONTHLY RAINFALL TOTALED 3.79
INCHES...2.76 INCHES BELOW NORMAL. THE GREATEST 24 HOUR TOTAL WAS
1.07 INCHES ON THE 7TH. NO PRECIPITATION RECORDS WERE SET IN THE
MONTH OF JULY.

WIND...THE AVERAGE WIND SPEED FOR JULY WAS 6.1 MILES PER HOUR. THE
PEAK WIND GUST FOR THE MONTH WAS 45 MILES PER HOUR FROM THE WEST ON
THE 22ND.

FOR ENERGY CONSUMPTION PURPOSES...THERE WERE 0 HEATING DEGREE
DAYS...WHICH IS NORMAL. THERE WERE 556 COOLING DEGREE DAYS...WHICH
IS 20 ABOVE NORMAL.

AUGUST OUTLOOK...THE TEMPERATURE OUTLOOK IS FOR A GREATER CHANCE OF
ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES. THE PRECIPITATION OUTLOOK SHOWS EQUAL
CHANCES TO SEE ABOVE OR BELOW NORMAL PRECIPITATION IN AUGUST. THE
NORMAL MONTHLY AVERAGE TEMPERATURE IS 81.8 DEGREES. THE AVERAGE MAX
TEMPERATURE IS 90.9 DEGREES AND THE AVERAGE MIN TEMPERATURE IS 72.7
DEGREES. AVERAGE AUGUST RAINFALL IS 6.80 INCHES.

&&

ADDITIONAL RAINFALL REPORTS FROM AROUND THE AREA...

JACKSONVILLE VICINITY...              NORTHEAST FLORIDA...

JACKSONVILLE BEACH.....  8.83          FERNANDINA BEACH.....  10.69
JACKSONVILLE NAS.......  7.16          GAINESVILLE.........   8.09
MAYPORT NS.............  4.22          GLEN ST MARY.........  5.53
BIG TALBOT ISLAND......  3.71          FEDERAL POINT........  4.79
LITTLE TALBOT ISLAND...  2.79          ST. AUGUSTINE LITEHS.  6.78
CRAIG FIELD............  4.77          ST. AUGUSTINE ARPT...
SOUTH PONTE VEDRA......  10.04         HASTINGS 4NE.........  6.74
GUANA RIVER ST PARK....  6.50          BEAUCLERC............. 6.62
JASPER...............    8.87
WHITEHOUSE OLF.........  XXXX          BELL 4NW.............  7.32
                                       ORANGE SPRINGS 2SSW..  M
                                       PALM COAST NE........  4.04
                                       OCALA................  9.85
                                       STARKE...............  10.35
                                       CRESCENT CITY........  5.48
                                       PALM COAST 6NE.......  4.04
                                       WHITE SPRINGS 7N.....  7.13
                                       BUNNELL..............  M
                                       FLAGLER BEACH........  M
                                       MARINELAND...........  M
                                       LAKE CITY 2E.........  15.06
SOUTHEAST GEORGIA...

BAXLEY 5NNW............  4.88          WOODBINE.............  10.76
BRUNSWICK..............  7.35          ST SIMONS ISLAND.....  9.22
HOMERVILLE 5N..........  4.29          ALMA.................  5.48
PRIDGEN................  7.44          PATTERSON............  4.57
MANOR..................  6.33          HAZLEHURST...........  4.40
NAHUNTA 6NE............  11.00         FARGO 17NE............ 9.09

RAINFALL REPORTS ARE PRELIMINARY. CO-OP SITES REPORT A 24 HOUR TOTAL
NOT BASED ON A MIDNIGHT TO MIDNIGHT CALENDAR DAY.

***********

FOR ADDITIONAL RAINFALL REPORTS CHECK OUT COCORAHS...THE COMMUNITY
COLLABORATIVE RAIN...HAIL...AND SNOW NETWORK. THIS PUBLIC VOLUNTEER
RAIN GAUGE NETWORK IS OPEN TO ANYONE WILLING TO MEASURE AND REPORT
PRECIPITATION. GO TO THE COCORAHS WEBSITE FOR MORE INFORMATION AND
TO SIGN UP. HTTP://WWW.COCORAHS.ORG

$$


000
NOUS42 KJAX 012101
PNSJAX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSONVILLE FL
445 PM EDT SAT AUG 1 2015

       ...JULY 2015 CLIMATE SUMMARY FOR JACKSONVILLE...

           ....WARMER AND DRIER THAN NORMAL JULY...

AT JACKSONVILLE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT...

TEMPERATURES...THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE FOR JULY WAS 82.7 DEGREES
WHICH WAS 0.4 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. THE AVERAGE DAILY HIGH WAS 92.8
DEGREES AND THE AVERAGE DAILY LOW WAS 72.5 DEGREES. THE MAXIMUM
TEMPERATURE FOR THE MONTH WAS 98 DEGREES ON THE 12TH AND THE MINIMUM
FOR THE MONTH WAS 67 DEGREES ON THE 6TH. WE HAD  24 STRAIGHT DAY OF
TEMPERTURES 90 DEGRES OR WARMER...THE 18TH EVER RECORDED. NO RECORDS
WERE SET THIS MONTH AT JACKSONVILLE.

RAINFALL...THERE WERE 10 DAYS OF MEASURABLE RAINFALL IN JULY AT
JACKSONVILLE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. MONTHLY RAINFALL TOTALED 3.79
INCHES...2.76 INCHES BELOW NORMAL. THE GREATEST 24 HOUR TOTAL WAS
1.07 INCHES ON THE 7TH. NO PRECIPITATION RECORDS WERE SET IN THE
MONTH OF JULY.

WIND...THE AVERAGE WIND SPEED FOR JULY WAS 6.1 MILES PER HOUR. THE
PEAK WIND GUST FOR THE MONTH WAS 45 MILES PER HOUR FROM THE WEST ON
THE 22ND.

FOR ENERGY CONSUMPTION PURPOSES...THERE WERE 0 HEATING DEGREE
DAYS...WHICH IS NORMAL. THERE WERE 556 COOLING DEGREE DAYS...WHICH
IS 20 ABOVE NORMAL.

AUGUST OUTLOOK...THE TEMPERATURE OUTLOOK IS FOR A GREATER CHANCE OF
ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES. THE PRECIPITATION OUTLOOK SHOWS EQUAL
CHANCES TO SEE ABOVE OR BELOW NORMAL PRECIPITATION IN AUGUST. THE
NORMAL MONTHLY AVERAGE TEMPERATURE IS 81.8 DEGREES. THE AVERAGE MAX
TEMPERATURE IS 90.9 DEGREES AND THE AVERAGE MIN TEMPERATURE IS 72.7
DEGREES. AVERAGE AUGUST RAINFALL IS 6.80 INCHES.

&&

ADDITIONAL RAINFALL REPORTS FROM AROUND THE AREA...

JACKSONVILLE VICINITY...              NORTHEAST FLORIDA...

JACKSONVILLE BEACH.....  8.83          FERNANDINA BEACH.....  10.69
JACKSONVILLE NAS.......  7.16          GAINESVILLE.........   8.09
MAYPORT NS.............  4.22          GLEN ST MARY.........  5.53
BIG TALBOT ISLAND......  3.71          FEDERAL POINT........  4.79
LITTLE TALBOT ISLAND...  2.79          ST. AUGUSTINE LITEHS.  6.78
CRAIG FIELD............  4.77          ST. AUGUSTINE ARPT...
SOUTH PONTE VEDRA......  10.04         HASTINGS 4NE.........  6.74
GUANA RIVER ST PARK....  6.50          BEAUCLERC............. 6.62
JASPER...............    8.87
WHITEHOUSE OLF.........  XXXX          BELL 4NW.............  7.32
                                       ORANGE SPRINGS 2SSW..  M
                                       PALM COAST NE........  4.04
                                       OCALA................  9.85
                                       STARKE...............  10.35
                                       CRESCENT CITY........  5.48
                                       PALM COAST 6NE.......  4.04
                                       WHITE SPRINGS 7N.....  7.13
                                       BUNNELL..............  M
                                       FLAGLER BEACH........  M
                                       MARINELAND...........  M
                                       LAKE CITY 2E.........  15.06
SOUTHEAST GEORGIA...

BAXLEY 5NNW............  4.88          WOODBINE.............  10.76
BRUNSWICK..............  7.35          ST SIMONS ISLAND.....  9.22
HOMERVILLE 5N..........  4.29          ALMA.................  5.48
PRIDGEN................  7.44          PATTERSON............  4.57
MANOR..................  6.33          HAZLEHURST...........  4.40
NAHUNTA 6NE............  11.00         FARGO 17NE............ 9.09

RAINFALL REPORTS ARE PRELIMINARY. CO-OP SITES REPORT A 24 HOUR TOTAL
NOT BASED ON A MIDNIGHT TO MIDNIGHT CALENDAR DAY.

***********

FOR ADDITIONAL RAINFALL REPORTS CHECK OUT COCORAHS...THE COMMUNITY
COLLABORATIVE RAIN...HAIL...AND SNOW NETWORK. THIS PUBLIC VOLUNTEER
RAIN GAUGE NETWORK IS OPEN TO ANYONE WILLING TO MEASURE AND REPORT
PRECIPITATION. GO TO THE COCORAHS WEBSITE FOR MORE INFORMATION AND
TO SIGN UP. HTTP://WWW.COCORAHS.ORG

$$


000
NOUS42 KJAX 012101
PNSJAX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSONVILLE FL
445 PM EDT SAT AUG 1 2015

       ...JULY 2015 CLIMATE SUMMARY FOR JACKSONVILLE...

           ....WARMER AND DRIER THAN NORMAL JULY...

AT JACKSONVILLE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT...

TEMPERATURES...THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE FOR JULY WAS 82.7 DEGREES
WHICH WAS 0.4 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. THE AVERAGE DAILY HIGH WAS 92.8
DEGREES AND THE AVERAGE DAILY LOW WAS 72.5 DEGREES. THE MAXIMUM
TEMPERATURE FOR THE MONTH WAS 98 DEGREES ON THE 12TH AND THE MINIMUM
FOR THE MONTH WAS 67 DEGREES ON THE 6TH. WE HAD  24 STRAIGHT DAY OF
TEMPERTURES 90 DEGRES OR WARMER...THE 18TH EVER RECORDED. NO RECORDS
WERE SET THIS MONTH AT JACKSONVILLE.

RAINFALL...THERE WERE 10 DAYS OF MEASURABLE RAINFALL IN JULY AT
JACKSONVILLE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. MONTHLY RAINFALL TOTALED 3.79
INCHES...2.76 INCHES BELOW NORMAL. THE GREATEST 24 HOUR TOTAL WAS
1.07 INCHES ON THE 7TH. NO PRECIPITATION RECORDS WERE SET IN THE
MONTH OF JULY.

WIND...THE AVERAGE WIND SPEED FOR JULY WAS 6.1 MILES PER HOUR. THE
PEAK WIND GUST FOR THE MONTH WAS 45 MILES PER HOUR FROM THE WEST ON
THE 22ND.

FOR ENERGY CONSUMPTION PURPOSES...THERE WERE 0 HEATING DEGREE
DAYS...WHICH IS NORMAL. THERE WERE 556 COOLING DEGREE DAYS...WHICH
IS 20 ABOVE NORMAL.

AUGUST OUTLOOK...THE TEMPERATURE OUTLOOK IS FOR A GREATER CHANCE OF
ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES. THE PRECIPITATION OUTLOOK SHOWS EQUAL
CHANCES TO SEE ABOVE OR BELOW NORMAL PRECIPITATION IN AUGUST. THE
NORMAL MONTHLY AVERAGE TEMPERATURE IS 81.8 DEGREES. THE AVERAGE MAX
TEMPERATURE IS 90.9 DEGREES AND THE AVERAGE MIN TEMPERATURE IS 72.7
DEGREES. AVERAGE AUGUST RAINFALL IS 6.80 INCHES.

&&

ADDITIONAL RAINFALL REPORTS FROM AROUND THE AREA...

JACKSONVILLE VICINITY...              NORTHEAST FLORIDA...

JACKSONVILLE BEACH.....  8.83          FERNANDINA BEACH.....  10.69
JACKSONVILLE NAS.......  7.16          GAINESVILLE.........   8.09
MAYPORT NS.............  4.22          GLEN ST MARY.........  5.53
BIG TALBOT ISLAND......  3.71          FEDERAL POINT........  4.79
LITTLE TALBOT ISLAND...  2.79          ST. AUGUSTINE LITEHS.  6.78
CRAIG FIELD............  4.77          ST. AUGUSTINE ARPT...
SOUTH PONTE VEDRA......  10.04         HASTINGS 4NE.........  6.74
GUANA RIVER ST PARK....  6.50          BEAUCLERC............. 6.62
JASPER...............    8.87
WHITEHOUSE OLF.........  XXXX          BELL 4NW.............  7.32
                                       ORANGE SPRINGS 2SSW..  M
                                       PALM COAST NE........  4.04
                                       OCALA................  9.85
                                       STARKE...............  10.35
                                       CRESCENT CITY........  5.48
                                       PALM COAST 6NE.......  4.04
                                       WHITE SPRINGS 7N.....  7.13
                                       BUNNELL..............  M
                                       FLAGLER BEACH........  M
                                       MARINELAND...........  M
                                       LAKE CITY 2E.........  15.06
SOUTHEAST GEORGIA...

BAXLEY 5NNW............  4.88          WOODBINE.............  10.76
BRUNSWICK..............  7.35          ST SIMONS ISLAND.....  9.22
HOMERVILLE 5N..........  4.29          ALMA.................  5.48
PRIDGEN................  7.44          PATTERSON............  4.57
MANOR..................  6.33          HAZLEHURST...........  4.40
NAHUNTA 6NE............  11.00         FARGO 17NE............ 9.09

RAINFALL REPORTS ARE PRELIMINARY. CO-OP SITES REPORT A 24 HOUR TOTAL
NOT BASED ON A MIDNIGHT TO MIDNIGHT CALENDAR DAY.

***********

FOR ADDITIONAL RAINFALL REPORTS CHECK OUT COCORAHS...THE COMMUNITY
COLLABORATIVE RAIN...HAIL...AND SNOW NETWORK. THIS PUBLIC VOLUNTEER
RAIN GAUGE NETWORK IS OPEN TO ANYONE WILLING TO MEASURE AND REPORT
PRECIPITATION. GO TO THE COCORAHS WEBSITE FOR MORE INFORMATION AND
TO SIGN UP. HTTP://WWW.COCORAHS.ORG

$$



000
NOUS42 KJAX 012101
PNSJAX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSONVILLE FL
445 PM EDT SAT AUG 1 2015

       ...JULY 2015 CLIMATE SUMMARY FOR JACKSONVILLE...

           ....WARMER AND DRIER THAN NORMAL JULY...

AT JACKSONVILLE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT...

TEMPERATURES...THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE FOR JULY WAS 82.7 DEGREES
WHICH WAS 0.4 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. THE AVERAGE DAILY HIGH WAS 92.8
DEGREES AND THE AVERAGE DAILY LOW WAS 72.5 DEGREES. THE MAXIMUM
TEMPERATURE FOR THE MONTH WAS 98 DEGREES ON THE 12TH AND THE MINIMUM
FOR THE MONTH WAS 67 DEGREES ON THE 6TH. WE HAD  24 STRAIGHT DAY OF
TEMPERTURES 90 DEGRES OR WARMER...THE 18TH EVER RECORDED. NO RECORDS
WERE SET THIS MONTH AT JACKSONVILLE.

RAINFALL...THERE WERE 10 DAYS OF MEASURABLE RAINFALL IN JULY AT
JACKSONVILLE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. MONTHLY RAINFALL TOTALED 3.79
INCHES...2.76 INCHES BELOW NORMAL. THE GREATEST 24 HOUR TOTAL WAS
1.07 INCHES ON THE 7TH. NO PRECIPITATION RECORDS WERE SET IN THE
MONTH OF JULY.

WIND...THE AVERAGE WIND SPEED FOR JULY WAS 6.1 MILES PER HOUR. THE
PEAK WIND GUST FOR THE MONTH WAS 45 MILES PER HOUR FROM THE WEST ON
THE 22ND.

FOR ENERGY CONSUMPTION PURPOSES...THERE WERE 0 HEATING DEGREE
DAYS...WHICH IS NORMAL. THERE WERE 556 COOLING DEGREE DAYS...WHICH
IS 20 ABOVE NORMAL.

AUGUST OUTLOOK...THE TEMPERATURE OUTLOOK IS FOR A GREATER CHANCE OF
ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES. THE PRECIPITATION OUTLOOK SHOWS EQUAL
CHANCES TO SEE ABOVE OR BELOW NORMAL PRECIPITATION IN AUGUST. THE
NORMAL MONTHLY AVERAGE TEMPERATURE IS 81.8 DEGREES. THE AVERAGE MAX
TEMPERATURE IS 90.9 DEGREES AND THE AVERAGE MIN TEMPERATURE IS 72.7
DEGREES. AVERAGE AUGUST RAINFALL IS 6.80 INCHES.

&&

ADDITIONAL RAINFALL REPORTS FROM AROUND THE AREA...

JACKSONVILLE VICINITY...              NORTHEAST FLORIDA...

JACKSONVILLE BEACH.....  8.83          FERNANDINA BEACH.....  10.69
JACKSONVILLE NAS.......  7.16          GAINESVILLE.........   8.09
MAYPORT NS.............  4.22          GLEN ST MARY.........  5.53
BIG TALBOT ISLAND......  3.71          FEDERAL POINT........  4.79
LITTLE TALBOT ISLAND...  2.79          ST. AUGUSTINE LITEHS.  6.78
CRAIG FIELD............  4.77          ST. AUGUSTINE ARPT...
SOUTH PONTE VEDRA......  10.04         HASTINGS 4NE.........  6.74
GUANA RIVER ST PARK....  6.50          BEAUCLERC............. 6.62
JASPER...............    8.87
WHITEHOUSE OLF.........  XXXX          BELL 4NW.............  7.32
                                       ORANGE SPRINGS 2SSW..  M
                                       PALM COAST NE........  4.04
                                       OCALA................  9.85
                                       STARKE...............  10.35
                                       CRESCENT CITY........  5.48
                                       PALM COAST 6NE.......  4.04
                                       WHITE SPRINGS 7N.....  7.13
                                       BUNNELL..............  M
                                       FLAGLER BEACH........  M
                                       MARINELAND...........  M
                                       LAKE CITY 2E.........  15.06
SOUTHEAST GEORGIA...

BAXLEY 5NNW............  4.88          WOODBINE.............  10.76
BRUNSWICK..............  7.35          ST SIMONS ISLAND.....  9.22
HOMERVILLE 5N..........  4.29          ALMA.................  5.48
PRIDGEN................  7.44          PATTERSON............  4.57
MANOR..................  6.33          HAZLEHURST...........  4.40
NAHUNTA 6NE............  11.00         FARGO 17NE............ 9.09

RAINFALL REPORTS ARE PRELIMINARY. CO-OP SITES REPORT A 24 HOUR TOTAL
NOT BASED ON A MIDNIGHT TO MIDNIGHT CALENDAR DAY.

***********

FOR ADDITIONAL RAINFALL REPORTS CHECK OUT COCORAHS...THE COMMUNITY
COLLABORATIVE RAIN...HAIL...AND SNOW NETWORK. THIS PUBLIC VOLUNTEER
RAIN GAUGE NETWORK IS OPEN TO ANYONE WILLING TO MEASURE AND REPORT
PRECIPITATION. GO TO THE COCORAHS WEBSITE FOR MORE INFORMATION AND
TO SIGN UP. HTTP://WWW.COCORAHS.ORG

$$



000
NOUS43 KLOT 011359
PNSLOT

ZCZC CHIWRKEOM 011534
TTAA00 KCHI DDHHMM

ZCZC CHIWRKEOM ALL
TTAA00 KCHI 011754

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHICAGO/ROMEOVILLE IL
900 AM CDT SAT AUG 1 2015

...A LOOK BACK AT THE CLIMATE FOR THE MONTH OF JULY 2015 FOR CHICAGO
AND ROCKFORD...

AT CHICAGO...THE AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE WAS 81.9 DEGREES WHICH IS
2.2 DEGREES BELOW NORMAL. THE AVERAGE LOW TEMPERATURE WAS 62.7
DEGREES WHICH IS 1.2 DEGREES BELOW NORMAL. THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE
FOR THE MONTH WAS 72.3 DEGREES WHICH IS 1.7 DEGREES BELOW NORMAL.
DURING THE MONTH OF JULY...2.85 INCHES OF PRECIPITATION WAS RECORDED
WHICH IS 0.85 OF AN INCH BELOW NORMAL.

THERE WERE NO RECORDS SET FOR CHICAGO FOR THE MONTH OF JULY 2015...

AT ROCKFORD...THE AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE WAS 82.5 DEGREES WHICH IS
2.0 DEGREES BELOW NORMAL. THE AVERAGE LOW TEMPERATURE WAS 62.2
DEGREES WHICH IS 0.8 OF AN DEGREE BELOW NORMAL. THE AVERAGE
TEMPERATURE FOR THE MONTH WAS 72.4 DEGREES WHICH IS 1.4 DEGREES
BELOW NORMAL.  DURING THE MONTH OF JULY...3.50 INCHES OF
PRECIPITATION WAS RECORDED WHICH IS 0.45 OF AN INCH BELOW NORMAL.

THERE WERE NO RECORDS FOR ROCKFORD FOR THE MONTH OF JULY 2015...


$$



000
NOUS46 KLOX 011250
PNSLOX
CAZ034>041-044>046-051>054-059-087-088-547>550-310643-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOS ANGELES/OXNARD CA
545 AM PDT SAT AUG 1 2015

...JULY 2015 WAS THE WETTEST JULY ON RECORD AT MANY LOCATIONS IN
SOUTHWESTERN CALIFORNIA...

DUE LARGELY TO AN UNUSUAL WIDESPREAD SUMMER RAIN ASSOCIATED WITH
THE REMNANTS OF HURRICANE DOLORES ON THE 18TH AND 19TH...MANY
LOCATIONS ACROSS SOUTHWESTERN CALIFORNIA EXPERIENCED THEIR WETTEST
JULY ON RECORD.

THE FOLLOWING TABLE SHOWS TOTAL RAIN FOR THE MONTH...THE WETTEST JULY
ON RECORD AND THE YEAR IN WHICH IT OCCURRED...AND THE RANKING FOR
JULY 2015.


                    RAINFALL      RECORD                RANKING
                     TOTAL        RAINFALL              FOR JULY
                    JULY 2015     ANY JULY  (YEAR)        2015

L.A. DOWNTOWN        0.38"         0.24"    (1886)       WETTEST
L.A. AP              0.35"         0.32"    (1992)       WETTEST
LONG BEACH AP        0.54"         0.34"    (2003)       WETTEST
BURBANK AP           0.30"         0.21"    (1986)       WETTEST
VAN NUYS AP#         0.60"         0.03"    (2013)       WETTEST
UCLA                 0.23"         0.25"    (1969)   2ND WETTEST
WOODLAND HILLS       0.98"         0.17"    (1995)       WETTEST
SANDBERG             1.26"         0.85"    (1999)       WETTEST
LANCASTER AP         2.34"         0.95"    (1999)       WETTEST
PALMDALE AP          1.60"         0.65"    (1952)       WETTEST
CAMARILLO AP         0.53"         0.10"    (1987)       WETTEST
OXNARD NWS           0.58"         0.30"    (1969)       WETTEST
SAN LUIS OBISPO AP@  1.32"         0.03"    (2010)       WETTEST
PASO ROBLES AP       2.17"         0.59"    (1950)       WETTEST

# PERIOD OF OBSERVATIONS 20 YEARS
@ PERIOD OF OBSERVATIONS 18 YEARS

$$

BRUNO



000
NOUS46 KLOX 011250
PNSLOX
CAZ034>041-044>046-051>054-059-087-088-547>550-310643-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOS ANGELES/OXNARD CA
545 AM PDT SAT AUG 1 2015

...JULY 2015 WAS THE WETTEST JULY ON RECORD AT MANY LOCATIONS IN
SOUTHWESTERN CALIFORNIA...

DUE LARGELY TO AN UNUSUAL WIDESPREAD SUMMER RAIN ASSOCIATED WITH
THE REMNANTS OF HURRICANE DOLORES ON THE 18TH AND 19TH...MANY
LOCATIONS ACROSS SOUTHWESTERN CALIFORNIA EXPERIENCED THEIR WETTEST
JULY ON RECORD.

THE FOLLOWING TABLE SHOWS TOTAL RAIN FOR THE MONTH...THE WETTEST JULY
ON RECORD AND THE YEAR IN WHICH IT OCCURRED...AND THE RANKING FOR
JULY 2015.


                    RAINFALL      RECORD                RANKING
                     TOTAL        RAINFALL              FOR JULY
                    JULY 2015     ANY JULY  (YEAR)        2015

L.A. DOWNTOWN        0.38"         0.24"    (1886)       WETTEST
L.A. AP              0.35"         0.32"    (1992)       WETTEST
LONG BEACH AP        0.54"         0.34"    (2003)       WETTEST
BURBANK AP           0.30"         0.21"    (1986)       WETTEST
VAN NUYS AP#         0.60"         0.03"    (2013)       WETTEST
UCLA                 0.23"         0.25"    (1969)   2ND WETTEST
WOODLAND HILLS       0.98"         0.17"    (1995)       WETTEST
SANDBERG             1.26"         0.85"    (1999)       WETTEST
LANCASTER AP         2.34"         0.95"    (1999)       WETTEST
PALMDALE AP          1.60"         0.65"    (1952)       WETTEST
CAMARILLO AP         0.53"         0.10"    (1987)       WETTEST
OXNARD NWS           0.58"         0.30"    (1969)       WETTEST
SAN LUIS OBISPO AP@  1.32"         0.03"    (2010)       WETTEST
PASO ROBLES AP       2.17"         0.59"    (1950)       WETTEST

# PERIOD OF OBSERVATIONS 20 YEARS
@ PERIOD OF OBSERVATIONS 18 YEARS

$$

BRUNO



000
NOUS46 KLOX 011250
PNSLOX
CAZ034>041-044>046-051>054-059-087-088-547>550-310643-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOS ANGELES/OXNARD CA
545 AM PDT SAT AUG 1 2015

...JULY 2015 WAS THE WETTEST JULY ON RECORD AT MANY LOCATIONS IN
SOUTHWESTERN CALIFORNIA...

DUE LARGELY TO AN UNUSUAL WIDESPREAD SUMMER RAIN ASSOCIATED WITH
THE REMNANTS OF HURRICANE DOLORES ON THE 18TH AND 19TH...MANY
LOCATIONS ACROSS SOUTHWESTERN CALIFORNIA EXPERIENCED THEIR WETTEST
JULY ON RECORD.

THE FOLLOWING TABLE SHOWS TOTAL RAIN FOR THE MONTH...THE WETTEST JULY
ON RECORD AND THE YEAR IN WHICH IT OCCURRED...AND THE RANKING FOR
JULY 2015.


                    RAINFALL      RECORD                RANKING
                     TOTAL        RAINFALL              FOR JULY
                    JULY 2015     ANY JULY  (YEAR)        2015

L.A. DOWNTOWN        0.38"         0.24"    (1886)       WETTEST
L.A. AP              0.35"         0.32"    (1992)       WETTEST
LONG BEACH AP        0.54"         0.34"    (2003)       WETTEST
BURBANK AP           0.30"         0.21"    (1986)       WETTEST
VAN NUYS AP#         0.60"         0.03"    (2013)       WETTEST
UCLA                 0.23"         0.25"    (1969)   2ND WETTEST
WOODLAND HILLS       0.98"         0.17"    (1995)       WETTEST
SANDBERG             1.26"         0.85"    (1999)       WETTEST
LANCASTER AP         2.34"         0.95"    (1999)       WETTEST
PALMDALE AP          1.60"         0.65"    (1952)       WETTEST
CAMARILLO AP         0.53"         0.10"    (1987)       WETTEST
OXNARD NWS           0.58"         0.30"    (1969)       WETTEST
SAN LUIS OBISPO AP@  1.32"         0.03"    (2010)       WETTEST
PASO ROBLES AP       2.17"         0.59"    (1950)       WETTEST

# PERIOD OF OBSERVATIONS 20 YEARS
@ PERIOD OF OBSERVATIONS 18 YEARS

$$

BRUNO



000
NOUS46 KLOX 011250
PNSLOX
CAZ034>041-044>046-051>054-059-087-088-547>550-310643-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOS ANGELES/OXNARD CA
545 AM PDT SAT AUG 1 2015

...JULY 2015 WAS THE WETTEST JULY ON RECORD AT MANY LOCATIONS IN
SOUTHWESTERN CALIFORNIA...

DUE LARGELY TO AN UNUSUAL WIDESPREAD SUMMER RAIN ASSOCIATED WITH
THE REMNANTS OF HURRICANE DOLORES ON THE 18TH AND 19TH...MANY
LOCATIONS ACROSS SOUTHWESTERN CALIFORNIA EXPERIENCED THEIR WETTEST
JULY ON RECORD.

THE FOLLOWING TABLE SHOWS TOTAL RAIN FOR THE MONTH...THE WETTEST JULY
ON RECORD AND THE YEAR IN WHICH IT OCCURRED...AND THE RANKING FOR
JULY 2015.


                    RAINFALL      RECORD                RANKING
                     TOTAL        RAINFALL              FOR JULY
                    JULY 2015     ANY JULY  (YEAR)        2015

L.A. DOWNTOWN        0.38"         0.24"    (1886)       WETTEST
L.A. AP              0.35"         0.32"    (1992)       WETTEST
LONG BEACH AP        0.54"         0.34"    (2003)       WETTEST
BURBANK AP           0.30"         0.21"    (1986)       WETTEST
VAN NUYS AP#         0.60"         0.03"    (2013)       WETTEST
UCLA                 0.23"         0.25"    (1969)   2ND WETTEST
WOODLAND HILLS       0.98"         0.17"    (1995)       WETTEST
SANDBERG             1.26"         0.85"    (1999)       WETTEST
LANCASTER AP         2.34"         0.95"    (1999)       WETTEST
PALMDALE AP          1.60"         0.65"    (1952)       WETTEST
CAMARILLO AP         0.53"         0.10"    (1987)       WETTEST
OXNARD NWS           0.58"         0.30"    (1969)       WETTEST
SAN LUIS OBISPO AP@  1.32"         0.03"    (2010)       WETTEST
PASO ROBLES AP       2.17"         0.59"    (1950)       WETTEST

# PERIOD OF OBSERVATIONS 20 YEARS
@ PERIOD OF OBSERVATIONS 18 YEARS

$$

BRUNO



000
NOUS46 KLOX 011250
PNSLOX
CAZ034>041-044>046-051>054-059-087-088-547>550-310643-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOS ANGELES/OXNARD CA
545 AM PDT SAT AUG 1 2015

...JULY 2015 WAS THE WETTEST JULY ON RECORD AT MANY LOCATIONS IN
SOUTHWESTERN CALIFORNIA...

DUE LARGELY TO AN UNUSUAL WIDESPREAD SUMMER RAIN ASSOCIATED WITH
THE REMNANTS OF HURRICANE DOLORES ON THE 18TH AND 19TH...MANY
LOCATIONS ACROSS SOUTHWESTERN CALIFORNIA EXPERIENCED THEIR WETTEST
JULY ON RECORD.

THE FOLLOWING TABLE SHOWS TOTAL RAIN FOR THE MONTH...THE WETTEST JULY
ON RECORD AND THE YEAR IN WHICH IT OCCURRED...AND THE RANKING FOR
JULY 2015.


                    RAINFALL      RECORD                RANKING
                     TOTAL        RAINFALL              FOR JULY
                    JULY 2015     ANY JULY  (YEAR)        2015

L.A. DOWNTOWN        0.38"         0.24"    (1886)       WETTEST
L.A. AP              0.35"         0.32"    (1992)       WETTEST
LONG BEACH AP        0.54"         0.34"    (2003)       WETTEST
BURBANK AP           0.30"         0.21"    (1986)       WETTEST
VAN NUYS AP#         0.60"         0.03"    (2013)       WETTEST
UCLA                 0.23"         0.25"    (1969)   2ND WETTEST
WOODLAND HILLS       0.98"         0.17"    (1995)       WETTEST
SANDBERG             1.26"         0.85"    (1999)       WETTEST
LANCASTER AP         2.34"         0.95"    (1999)       WETTEST
PALMDALE AP          1.60"         0.65"    (1952)       WETTEST
CAMARILLO AP         0.53"         0.10"    (1987)       WETTEST
OXNARD NWS           0.58"         0.30"    (1969)       WETTEST
SAN LUIS OBISPO AP@  1.32"         0.03"    (2010)       WETTEST
PASO ROBLES AP       2.17"         0.59"    (1950)       WETTEST

# PERIOD OF OBSERVATIONS 20 YEARS
@ PERIOD OF OBSERVATIONS 18 YEARS

$$

BRUNO



000
NOUS46 KMFR 011220 CCA
PNSMFR

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MEDFORD OR
520 AM PDT MON AUG 1 2015

...MEDFORD OREGON WEATHER REVIEW: JULY 2015...

JULY 2015 WAS A MIXED BAG OF WEATHER FOR MUCH OF SOUTHERN OREGON AND
NORTHERN CALIFORNIA. JULY STARTED OUT HOT WITH 6 DAYS OF SUNNY SKIES
AND TEMPERATURES REACHING THE CENTURY MARK OR HIGHER. THEN THINGS
COOLED DOWN AS A SERIES OF DISTURBANCES MOVED THROUGH THE FORECAST
AREA BRINGING SHOWERS AND STORMS. ON THE EVENING OF THE 7TH, A
THUNDERSTORM PASSED OVER SISKIYOU SUMMIT AND PROCEEDED TO BECOME
SEVERE AS IT MOVED INTO THE ROGUE VALLEY. THIS STORM CREATED A WIND
GUST TO 55 MPH AT THE AIRPORT AND ADDITIONALLY BROKE TREE LIMBS IN
AND AROUND MEDFORD AND DOWNED A SET OF POWER LINES NEAR TALENT. FOR
THE NEXT FEW DAYS, THE WEATHER REMAINED ACTIVE THROUGHOUT THE
FORECAST AREA; BUT THE NEXT MEASURABLE RAINFALL OCCURRED ON THE 12TH
WHEN SHOWERS AND STORMS PERSISTED OVER MEDFORD FOR SEVERAL HOURS
GIVING US NEARLY A QUARTER OF AN INCH OF RAINFALL IN A DAY. THINGS
BEGAN TO DRY OUT AFTERWARDS; BUT DISTURBANCES CONTINUED TO MOVE
THROUGH THE AREA ALLOWING TEMPERATURES TO STAY RELATIVELY COOLER
WITH A FEW DAYS SEEING BELOW NORMAL TEMPERATURES. JULY ENDED WITH A
SUDDEN CHANGE FROM COOLER TO HOTTER WEATHER AS THE HIGH TEMPERATURE
JUMPED 13 DEGREES FROM THE 27TH TO THE 28TH. THEN TEMPERATURES
SOARED TO 104, 108, AND 109 DEGREES ON THE 29TH, 30TH, AND 31ST,
RESPECTIVELY. ALTHOUGH THE STORMS EARLY IN THE MONTH GENERATED A
BRIEF REPRIEVE FROM FIRE SEASON, NEW FIRES IN CALIFORNIA AND IN
DOUGLAS COUNTY HAVE CREATED VERY SMOKEY CONDITIONS FOR MUCH OF THE
ROGUE VALLEY WHICH WILL LIKELY CONTINUE INTO THE BEGINNING OF AUGUST.


THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE FOR JULY WAS 78.4 DEGREES, WHICH IS 4.3
DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. THE AVERAGE MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE WAS 94.0
DEGREES, WHICH IS 3.3 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. THE AVERAGE MINIMUM
TEMPERATURE WAS 62.8 DEGREES, WHICH IS 5.4 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. THE
HIGHEST TEMPERATURE FOR THE MONTH WAS 109 DEGREES ON THE 31ST. THE
LOWEST TEMPERATURE OF THE MONTH WAS 53 DEGREES ON THE 27TH.

THERE WERE 25 CLEAR DAYS, 5 PARTLY CLOUDY DAYS, AND 1 CLOUDY DAY.

TOTAL PRECIPITATION WAS 0.29 INCHES WHICH IS 0.01 INCHES ABOVE
NORMAL. THE GREATEST 24 HOUR TOTAL WAS 0.22 INCHES THAT FELL ON JULY
12TH. THE WATER YEAR PRECIPITATION BEGAN OCTOBER 1ST AND IS
CURRENTLY 14.28 INCHES WHICH IS 3.10 INCHES BELOW NORMAL. CALENDAR
YEAR PRECIPITATION IS 7.43 INCHES WHICH IS 2.31 INCHES BELOW NORMAL.

THE AVERAGE WIND FOR THE MONTH WAS 5.1 MPH. THE FASTEST RECORDED TWO-
MINUTE WIND WAS 47 MPH FROM THE SOUTHEAST ON THE 7TH. THE PEAK WIND
WAS 55 MPH FROM THE SOUTHEAST ALSO ON THE 7TH.

THE HIGHEST PRESSURE FOR THE MONTH WAS 30.16 INCHES ON THE 27TH. THE
LOWEST PRESSURE FOR THE MONTH WAS 29.63 INCHES ON THE 9TH.

SCHAAF


000
NOUS46 KMFR 011220 CCA
PNSMFR

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MEDFORD OR
520 AM PDT MON AUG 1 2015

...MEDFORD OREGON WEATHER REVIEW: JULY 2015...

JULY 2015 WAS A MIXED BAG OF WEATHER FOR MUCH OF SOUTHERN OREGON AND
NORTHERN CALIFORNIA. JULY STARTED OUT HOT WITH 6 DAYS OF SUNNY SKIES
AND TEMPERATURES REACHING THE CENTURY MARK OR HIGHER. THEN THINGS
COOLED DOWN AS A SERIES OF DISTURBANCES MOVED THROUGH THE FORECAST
AREA BRINGING SHOWERS AND STORMS. ON THE EVENING OF THE 7TH, A
THUNDERSTORM PASSED OVER SISKIYOU SUMMIT AND PROCEEDED TO BECOME
SEVERE AS IT MOVED INTO THE ROGUE VALLEY. THIS STORM CREATED A WIND
GUST TO 55 MPH AT THE AIRPORT AND ADDITIONALLY BROKE TREE LIMBS IN
AND AROUND MEDFORD AND DOWNED A SET OF POWER LINES NEAR TALENT. FOR
THE NEXT FEW DAYS, THE WEATHER REMAINED ACTIVE THROUGHOUT THE
FORECAST AREA; BUT THE NEXT MEASURABLE RAINFALL OCCURRED ON THE 12TH
WHEN SHOWERS AND STORMS PERSISTED OVER MEDFORD FOR SEVERAL HOURS
GIVING US NEARLY A QUARTER OF AN INCH OF RAINFALL IN A DAY. THINGS
BEGAN TO DRY OUT AFTERWARDS; BUT DISTURBANCES CONTINUED TO MOVE
THROUGH THE AREA ALLOWING TEMPERATURES TO STAY RELATIVELY COOLER
WITH A FEW DAYS SEEING BELOW NORMAL TEMPERATURES. JULY ENDED WITH A
SUDDEN CHANGE FROM COOLER TO HOTTER WEATHER AS THE HIGH TEMPERATURE
JUMPED 13 DEGREES FROM THE 27TH TO THE 28TH. THEN TEMPERATURES
SOARED TO 104, 108, AND 109 DEGREES ON THE 29TH, 30TH, AND 31ST,
RESPECTIVELY. ALTHOUGH THE STORMS EARLY IN THE MONTH GENERATED A
BRIEF REPRIEVE FROM FIRE SEASON, NEW FIRES IN CALIFORNIA AND IN
DOUGLAS COUNTY HAVE CREATED VERY SMOKEY CONDITIONS FOR MUCH OF THE
ROGUE VALLEY WHICH WILL LIKELY CONTINUE INTO THE BEGINNING OF AUGUST.


THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE FOR JULY WAS 78.4 DEGREES, WHICH IS 4.3
DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. THE AVERAGE MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE WAS 94.0
DEGREES, WHICH IS 3.3 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. THE AVERAGE MINIMUM
TEMPERATURE WAS 62.8 DEGREES, WHICH IS 5.4 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. THE
HIGHEST TEMPERATURE FOR THE MONTH WAS 109 DEGREES ON THE 31ST. THE
LOWEST TEMPERATURE OF THE MONTH WAS 53 DEGREES ON THE 27TH.

THERE WERE 25 CLEAR DAYS, 5 PARTLY CLOUDY DAYS, AND 1 CLOUDY DAY.

TOTAL PRECIPITATION WAS 0.29 INCHES WHICH IS 0.01 INCHES ABOVE
NORMAL. THE GREATEST 24 HOUR TOTAL WAS 0.22 INCHES THAT FELL ON JULY
12TH. THE WATER YEAR PRECIPITATION BEGAN OCTOBER 1ST AND IS
CURRENTLY 14.28 INCHES WHICH IS 3.10 INCHES BELOW NORMAL. CALENDAR
YEAR PRECIPITATION IS 7.43 INCHES WHICH IS 2.31 INCHES BELOW NORMAL.

THE AVERAGE WIND FOR THE MONTH WAS 5.1 MPH. THE FASTEST RECORDED TWO-
MINUTE WIND WAS 47 MPH FROM THE SOUTHEAST ON THE 7TH. THE PEAK WIND
WAS 55 MPH FROM THE SOUTHEAST ALSO ON THE 7TH.

THE HIGHEST PRESSURE FOR THE MONTH WAS 30.16 INCHES ON THE 27TH. THE
LOWEST PRESSURE FOR THE MONTH WAS 29.63 INCHES ON THE 9TH.

SCHAAF



000
NOUS46 KMFR 011220 CCA
PNSMFR

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MEDFORD OR
520 AM PDT MON AUG 1 2015

...MEDFORD OREGON WEATHER REVIEW: JULY 2015...

JULY 2015 WAS A MIXED BAG OF WEATHER FOR MUCH OF SOUTHERN OREGON AND
NORTHERN CALIFORNIA. JULY STARTED OUT HOT WITH 6 DAYS OF SUNNY SKIES
AND TEMPERATURES REACHING THE CENTURY MARK OR HIGHER. THEN THINGS
COOLED DOWN AS A SERIES OF DISTURBANCES MOVED THROUGH THE FORECAST
AREA BRINGING SHOWERS AND STORMS. ON THE EVENING OF THE 7TH, A
THUNDERSTORM PASSED OVER SISKIYOU SUMMIT AND PROCEEDED TO BECOME
SEVERE AS IT MOVED INTO THE ROGUE VALLEY. THIS STORM CREATED A WIND
GUST TO 55 MPH AT THE AIRPORT AND ADDITIONALLY BROKE TREE LIMBS IN
AND AROUND MEDFORD AND DOWNED A SET OF POWER LINES NEAR TALENT. FOR
THE NEXT FEW DAYS, THE WEATHER REMAINED ACTIVE THROUGHOUT THE
FORECAST AREA; BUT THE NEXT MEASURABLE RAINFALL OCCURRED ON THE 12TH
WHEN SHOWERS AND STORMS PERSISTED OVER MEDFORD FOR SEVERAL HOURS
GIVING US NEARLY A QUARTER OF AN INCH OF RAINFALL IN A DAY. THINGS
BEGAN TO DRY OUT AFTERWARDS; BUT DISTURBANCES CONTINUED TO MOVE
THROUGH THE AREA ALLOWING TEMPERATURES TO STAY RELATIVELY COOLER
WITH A FEW DAYS SEEING BELOW NORMAL TEMPERATURES. JULY ENDED WITH A
SUDDEN CHANGE FROM COOLER TO HOTTER WEATHER AS THE HIGH TEMPERATURE
JUMPED 13 DEGREES FROM THE 27TH TO THE 28TH. THEN TEMPERATURES
SOARED TO 104, 108, AND 109 DEGREES ON THE 29TH, 30TH, AND 31ST,
RESPECTIVELY. ALTHOUGH THE STORMS EARLY IN THE MONTH GENERATED A
BRIEF REPRIEVE FROM FIRE SEASON, NEW FIRES IN CALIFORNIA AND IN
DOUGLAS COUNTY HAVE CREATED VERY SMOKEY CONDITIONS FOR MUCH OF THE
ROGUE VALLEY WHICH WILL LIKELY CONTINUE INTO THE BEGINNING OF AUGUST.


THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE FOR JULY WAS 78.4 DEGREES, WHICH IS 4.3
DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. THE AVERAGE MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE WAS 94.0
DEGREES, WHICH IS 3.3 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. THE AVERAGE MINIMUM
TEMPERATURE WAS 62.8 DEGREES, WHICH IS 5.4 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. THE
HIGHEST TEMPERATURE FOR THE MONTH WAS 109 DEGREES ON THE 31ST. THE
LOWEST TEMPERATURE OF THE MONTH WAS 53 DEGREES ON THE 27TH.

THERE WERE 25 CLEAR DAYS, 5 PARTLY CLOUDY DAYS, AND 1 CLOUDY DAY.

TOTAL PRECIPITATION WAS 0.29 INCHES WHICH IS 0.01 INCHES ABOVE
NORMAL. THE GREATEST 24 HOUR TOTAL WAS 0.22 INCHES THAT FELL ON JULY
12TH. THE WATER YEAR PRECIPITATION BEGAN OCTOBER 1ST AND IS
CURRENTLY 14.28 INCHES WHICH IS 3.10 INCHES BELOW NORMAL. CALENDAR
YEAR PRECIPITATION IS 7.43 INCHES WHICH IS 2.31 INCHES BELOW NORMAL.

THE AVERAGE WIND FOR THE MONTH WAS 5.1 MPH. THE FASTEST RECORDED TWO-
MINUTE WIND WAS 47 MPH FROM THE SOUTHEAST ON THE 7TH. THE PEAK WIND
WAS 55 MPH FROM THE SOUTHEAST ALSO ON THE 7TH.

THE HIGHEST PRESSURE FOR THE MONTH WAS 30.16 INCHES ON THE 27TH. THE
LOWEST PRESSURE FOR THE MONTH WAS 29.63 INCHES ON THE 9TH.

SCHAAF



000
NOUS46 KMFR 011220 CCA
PNSMFR

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MEDFORD OR
520 AM PDT MON AUG 1 2015

...MEDFORD OREGON WEATHER REVIEW: JULY 2015...

JULY 2015 WAS A MIXED BAG OF WEATHER FOR MUCH OF SOUTHERN OREGON AND
NORTHERN CALIFORNIA. JULY STARTED OUT HOT WITH 6 DAYS OF SUNNY SKIES
AND TEMPERATURES REACHING THE CENTURY MARK OR HIGHER. THEN THINGS
COOLED DOWN AS A SERIES OF DISTURBANCES MOVED THROUGH THE FORECAST
AREA BRINGING SHOWERS AND STORMS. ON THE EVENING OF THE 7TH, A
THUNDERSTORM PASSED OVER SISKIYOU SUMMIT AND PROCEEDED TO BECOME
SEVERE AS IT MOVED INTO THE ROGUE VALLEY. THIS STORM CREATED A WIND
GUST TO 55 MPH AT THE AIRPORT AND ADDITIONALLY BROKE TREE LIMBS IN
AND AROUND MEDFORD AND DOWNED A SET OF POWER LINES NEAR TALENT. FOR
THE NEXT FEW DAYS, THE WEATHER REMAINED ACTIVE THROUGHOUT THE
FORECAST AREA; BUT THE NEXT MEASURABLE RAINFALL OCCURRED ON THE 12TH
WHEN SHOWERS AND STORMS PERSISTED OVER MEDFORD FOR SEVERAL HOURS
GIVING US NEARLY A QUARTER OF AN INCH OF RAINFALL IN A DAY. THINGS
BEGAN TO DRY OUT AFTERWARDS; BUT DISTURBANCES CONTINUED TO MOVE
THROUGH THE AREA ALLOWING TEMPERATURES TO STAY RELATIVELY COOLER
WITH A FEW DAYS SEEING BELOW NORMAL TEMPERATURES. JULY ENDED WITH A
SUDDEN CHANGE FROM COOLER TO HOTTER WEATHER AS THE HIGH TEMPERATURE
JUMPED 13 DEGREES FROM THE 27TH TO THE 28TH. THEN TEMPERATURES
SOARED TO 104, 108, AND 109 DEGREES ON THE 29TH, 30TH, AND 31ST,
RESPECTIVELY. ALTHOUGH THE STORMS EARLY IN THE MONTH GENERATED A
BRIEF REPRIEVE FROM FIRE SEASON, NEW FIRES IN CALIFORNIA AND IN
DOUGLAS COUNTY HAVE CREATED VERY SMOKEY CONDITIONS FOR MUCH OF THE
ROGUE VALLEY WHICH WILL LIKELY CONTINUE INTO THE BEGINNING OF AUGUST.


THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE FOR JULY WAS 78.4 DEGREES, WHICH IS 4.3
DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. THE AVERAGE MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE WAS 94.0
DEGREES, WHICH IS 3.3 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. THE AVERAGE MINIMUM
TEMPERATURE WAS 62.8 DEGREES, WHICH IS 5.4 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. THE
HIGHEST TEMPERATURE FOR THE MONTH WAS 109 DEGREES ON THE 31ST. THE
LOWEST TEMPERATURE OF THE MONTH WAS 53 DEGREES ON THE 27TH.

THERE WERE 25 CLEAR DAYS, 5 PARTLY CLOUDY DAYS, AND 1 CLOUDY DAY.

TOTAL PRECIPITATION WAS 0.29 INCHES WHICH IS 0.01 INCHES ABOVE
NORMAL. THE GREATEST 24 HOUR TOTAL WAS 0.22 INCHES THAT FELL ON JULY
12TH. THE WATER YEAR PRECIPITATION BEGAN OCTOBER 1ST AND IS
CURRENTLY 14.28 INCHES WHICH IS 3.10 INCHES BELOW NORMAL. CALENDAR
YEAR PRECIPITATION IS 7.43 INCHES WHICH IS 2.31 INCHES BELOW NORMAL.

THE AVERAGE WIND FOR THE MONTH WAS 5.1 MPH. THE FASTEST RECORDED TWO-
MINUTE WIND WAS 47 MPH FROM THE SOUTHEAST ON THE 7TH. THE PEAK WIND
WAS 55 MPH FROM THE SOUTHEAST ALSO ON THE 7TH.

THE HIGHEST PRESSURE FOR THE MONTH WAS 30.16 INCHES ON THE 27TH. THE
LOWEST PRESSURE FOR THE MONTH WAS 29.63 INCHES ON THE 9TH.

SCHAAF


000
NOUS43 KGLD 011200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT SAT AUG 01 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 2007, SLOW MOVING THUNDERSTORMS RESULTED IN TWO FEET OF WATER
OVER PARTS OF HIGHWAY 385 NEAR CHEYENNE WELLS COLORADO. STRONG
WINDS ALSO DOWNED TWO POWER POLES IN SHERMAN COUNTY KANSAS.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 011200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT SAT AUG 01 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 2007, SLOW MOVING THUNDERSTORMS RESULTED IN TWO FEET OF WATER
OVER PARTS OF HIGHWAY 385 NEAR CHEYENNE WELLS COLORADO. STRONG
WINDS ALSO DOWNED TWO POWER POLES IN SHERMAN COUNTY KANSAS.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 011200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT SAT AUG 01 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 2007, SLOW MOVING THUNDERSTORMS RESULTED IN TWO FEET OF WATER
OVER PARTS OF HIGHWAY 385 NEAR CHEYENNE WELLS COLORADO. STRONG
WINDS ALSO DOWNED TWO POWER POLES IN SHERMAN COUNTY KANSAS.

$$



000
NOUS45 KSLC 010230
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
828 PM MDT FRI JUL 31 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS RAINFALL AND PEAK WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 800 PM.

***** PRECIP REPORTS *****                 TIME      PRECIP

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
GREEN RIVER - 4073 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.01

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          7 PM FRI     0.03
MUDDY CREEK NR EMERY - 6440 FT           7 PM FRI     0.01

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.26
BUCK FLAT - 8000 FT                      8 PM FRI     0.21

***** WIND REPORTS *****                   TIME     WINDSPEED

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ST GEORGE MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 2940 FT    5 PM FRI     47 MPH
ST. GEORGE - 2861 FT                     5 PM FRI     36 MPH
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    5 PM FRI     35 MPH

$$



000
NOUS45 KSLC 010230
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
828 PM MDT FRI JUL 31 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS RAINFALL AND PEAK WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 800 PM.

***** PRECIP REPORTS *****                 TIME      PRECIP

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
GREEN RIVER - 4073 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.01

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          7 PM FRI     0.03
MUDDY CREEK NR EMERY - 6440 FT           7 PM FRI     0.01

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.26
BUCK FLAT - 8000 FT                      8 PM FRI     0.21

***** WIND REPORTS *****                   TIME     WINDSPEED

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ST GEORGE MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 2940 FT    5 PM FRI     47 MPH
ST. GEORGE - 2861 FT                     5 PM FRI     36 MPH
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    5 PM FRI     35 MPH

$$



000
NOUS45 KSLC 010230
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
828 PM MDT FRI JUL 31 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS RAINFALL AND PEAK WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 800 PM.

***** PRECIP REPORTS *****                 TIME      PRECIP

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
GREEN RIVER - 4073 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.01

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          7 PM FRI     0.03
MUDDY CREEK NR EMERY - 6440 FT           7 PM FRI     0.01

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.26
BUCK FLAT - 8000 FT                      8 PM FRI     0.21

***** WIND REPORTS *****                   TIME     WINDSPEED

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ST GEORGE MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 2940 FT    5 PM FRI     47 MPH
ST. GEORGE - 2861 FT                     5 PM FRI     36 MPH
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    5 PM FRI     35 MPH

$$



000
NOUS45 KSLC 010230
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
828 PM MDT FRI JUL 31 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS RAINFALL AND PEAK WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 800 PM.

***** PRECIP REPORTS *****                 TIME      PRECIP

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
GREEN RIVER - 4073 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.01

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          7 PM FRI     0.03
MUDDY CREEK NR EMERY - 6440 FT           7 PM FRI     0.01

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.26
BUCK FLAT - 8000 FT                      8 PM FRI     0.21

***** WIND REPORTS *****                   TIME     WINDSPEED

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ST GEORGE MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 2940 FT    5 PM FRI     47 MPH
ST. GEORGE - 2861 FT                     5 PM FRI     36 MPH
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    5 PM FRI     35 MPH

$$



000
NOUS45 KSLC 010230
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
828 PM MDT FRI JUL 31 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS RAINFALL AND PEAK WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 800 PM.

***** PRECIP REPORTS *****                 TIME      PRECIP

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
GREEN RIVER - 4073 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.01

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          7 PM FRI     0.03
MUDDY CREEK NR EMERY - 6440 FT           7 PM FRI     0.01

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.26
BUCK FLAT - 8000 FT                      8 PM FRI     0.21

***** WIND REPORTS *****                   TIME     WINDSPEED

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ST GEORGE MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 2940 FT    5 PM FRI     47 MPH
ST. GEORGE - 2861 FT                     5 PM FRI     36 MPH
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    5 PM FRI     35 MPH

$$


000
NOUS45 KSLC 010230
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
828 PM MDT FRI JUL 31 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS RAINFALL AND PEAK WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 800 PM.

***** PRECIP REPORTS *****                 TIME      PRECIP

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
GREEN RIVER - 4073 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.01

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          7 PM FRI     0.03
MUDDY CREEK NR EMERY - 6440 FT           7 PM FRI     0.01

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.26
BUCK FLAT - 8000 FT                      8 PM FRI     0.21

***** WIND REPORTS *****                   TIME     WINDSPEED

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ST GEORGE MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 2940 FT    5 PM FRI     47 MPH
ST. GEORGE - 2861 FT                     5 PM FRI     36 MPH
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    5 PM FRI     35 MPH

$$



000
NOUS43 KJKL 311549
PNSJKL
KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-041600-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
1149 AM EDT FRI JUL 31 2015

...CLIMATE NORMALS...MEANS AND EXTREMES FOR AUGUST...

...JACKSON KENTUCKY (JKL)...

TEMPERATURE DATA...

AVERAGE MAXIMUM........... 84.1
AVERAGE MINIMUM........... 65.0
AVERAGE MONTHLY........... 74.5
HIGHEST................... 101 ON THE 17TH & 18TH IN 1988
LOWEST....................  45 ON THE 29TH IN 1986/8TH IN 1989
LOW MAXIMUM..............   65 ON THE 12TH IN 2004
HIGH MINIMUM..............  76 ON THE 24TH IN 2007
NORMAL DAYS WITH HIGH 90 OR ABOVE.....  4.4
NORMAL DAYS WITH HIGH 32 OR BELOW.....  0.0
NORMAL DAYS WITH  LOW 32 OR BELOW.....  0.0
NORMAL DAYS WITH  LOW  0 OR BELOW.....  0.0

DEGREE DAYS (BASE 65)..... HEATING             COOLING

MONTHLY AVERAGE...........    2                 298
GREATEST MONTHLY..........   15 IN 1986         473 IN 1995
LEAST MONTHLY.............    0 IN MANY YEARS   183 IN 1997

PRECIPITATION DATA...

MONTHLY AVERAGE...........  3.69 INCHES
WETTEST................... 10.04 INCHES IN 2013
DRIEST....................  1.16 INCHES IN 2008
GREATEST 24 HOUR..........  3.84 INCHES ON THE 24TH IN 1999
AVERAGE DAYS OF THUNDER...   7.4
AVERAGE DAYS OF DENSE FOG.   8.1
AVERAGE SNOWFALL..........     0 INCHES
GREATEST SNOWFALL.........     0 INCHES
GREATEST 24 HOUR SNOWFALL.     0 INCHES
GREATEST SNOW DEPTH.......     0 INCHES

...LONDON KENTUCKY (LOZ)...

TEMPERATURE DATA...

AVERAGE MAXIMUM........... 85.7
AVERAGE MINIMUM........... 64.7
AVERAGE MONTHLY........... 75.2
HIGHEST................... 102 ON THE 16TH IN 2007
LOWEST....................  44 ON THE 29TH IN 1986
LOW MAXIMUM...............  62 ON THE 12TH IN 2004
HIGH MINIMUM..............  75 ON THE  6TH IN 2011
NORMAL DAYS WITH HIGH 90 OR ABOVE.....  5.0
NORMAL DAYS WITH HIGH 32 OR BELOW.....  0.0
NORMAL DAYS WITH  LOW 32 OR BELOW.....  0.0
NORMAL DAYS WITH  LOW  0 OR BELOW.....  0.0

DEGREE DAYS (BASE 65)..... HEATING             COOLING

MONTHLY AVERAGE...........    1                 317
GREATEST MONTHLY..........   18 IN 1964         519 IN 2007
LEAST MONTHLY.............    0 IN MANY YEARS   149 IN 1967

PRECIPITATION DATA...

MONTHLY AVERAGE...........  3.71 INCHES
WETTEST...................  7.51 INCHES IN 2003
DRIEST....................  0.45 INCHES IN 2007
GREATEST DAILY RAIN.......  3.29 INCHES ON THE 18TH IN 2010
AVERAGE SNOWFALL..........     0 INCHES
GREATEST SNOWFALL.........     0 INCHES
GREATEST DAILY SNOWFALL...     0 INCHES

***SNOWFALL RECORDS FOR LONDON WERE KEPT BETWEEN 1954 AND 1996***

THE LATEST CLIMATE OUTLOOK FOR AUGUST INDICATES THAT EASTERN
KENTUCKY WILL BE IN A WEATHER PATTERN MORE CONDUCIVE TO NEAR NORMAL
PRECIPITATION AND NEAR NORMAL TEMPERATURES.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON CLIMATE OUTLOOKS TRY THIS INTERNET ADDRESS:
HTTP://WWW.CPC.NCEP.NOAA.GOV

CLIMATE WEATHER RECORDS AT THE JULIAN CARROLL AIRPORT NEAR JACKSON
KENTUCKY (JKL) DATE BACK TO JANUARY 1ST 1981.

CLIMATE WEATHER RECORDS AT THE LONDON-CORBIN MAGEE FIELD AIRPORT (LOZ)
DATE BACK TO NOVEMBER 11TH 1954.

$$

CARICO



000
NOUS43 KJKL 311549
PNSJKL
KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-041600-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
1149 AM EDT FRI JUL 31 2015

...CLIMATE NORMALS...MEANS AND EXTREMES FOR AUGUST...

...JACKSON KENTUCKY (JKL)...

TEMPERATURE DATA...

AVERAGE MAXIMUM........... 84.1
AVERAGE MINIMUM........... 65.0
AVERAGE MONTHLY........... 74.5
HIGHEST................... 101 ON THE 17TH & 18TH IN 1988
LOWEST....................  45 ON THE 29TH IN 1986/8TH IN 1989
LOW MAXIMUM..............   65 ON THE 12TH IN 2004
HIGH MINIMUM..............  76 ON THE 24TH IN 2007
NORMAL DAYS WITH HIGH 90 OR ABOVE.....  4.4
NORMAL DAYS WITH HIGH 32 OR BELOW.....  0.0
NORMAL DAYS WITH  LOW 32 OR BELOW.....  0.0
NORMAL DAYS WITH  LOW  0 OR BELOW.....  0.0

DEGREE DAYS (BASE 65)..... HEATING             COOLING

MONTHLY AVERAGE...........    2                 298
GREATEST MONTHLY..........   15 IN 1986         473 IN 1995
LEAST MONTHLY.............    0 IN MANY YEARS   183 IN 1997

PRECIPITATION DATA...

MONTHLY AVERAGE...........  3.69 INCHES
WETTEST................... 10.04 INCHES IN 2013
DRIEST....................  1.16 INCHES IN 2008
GREATEST 24 HOUR..........  3.84 INCHES ON THE 24TH IN 1999
AVERAGE DAYS OF THUNDER...   7.4
AVERAGE DAYS OF DENSE FOG.   8.1
AVERAGE SNOWFALL..........     0 INCHES
GREATEST SNOWFALL.........     0 INCHES
GREATEST 24 HOUR SNOWFALL.     0 INCHES
GREATEST SNOW DEPTH.......     0 INCHES

...LONDON KENTUCKY (LOZ)...

TEMPERATURE DATA...

AVERAGE MAXIMUM........... 85.7
AVERAGE MINIMUM........... 64.7
AVERAGE MONTHLY........... 75.2
HIGHEST................... 102 ON THE 16TH IN 2007
LOWEST....................  44 ON THE 29TH IN 1986
LOW MAXIMUM...............  62 ON THE 12TH IN 2004
HIGH MINIMUM..............  75 ON THE  6TH IN 2011
NORMAL DAYS WITH HIGH 90 OR ABOVE.....  5.0
NORMAL DAYS WITH HIGH 32 OR BELOW.....  0.0
NORMAL DAYS WITH  LOW 32 OR BELOW.....  0.0
NORMAL DAYS WITH  LOW  0 OR BELOW.....  0.0

DEGREE DAYS (BASE 65)..... HEATING             COOLING

MONTHLY AVERAGE...........    1                 317
GREATEST MONTHLY..........   18 IN 1964         519 IN 2007
LEAST MONTHLY.............    0 IN MANY YEARS   149 IN 1967

PRECIPITATION DATA...

MONTHLY AVERAGE...........  3.71 INCHES
WETTEST...................  7.51 INCHES IN 2003
DRIEST....................  0.45 INCHES IN 2007
GREATEST DAILY RAIN.......  3.29 INCHES ON THE 18TH IN 2010
AVERAGE SNOWFALL..........     0 INCHES
GREATEST SNOWFALL.........     0 INCHES
GREATEST DAILY SNOWFALL...     0 INCHES

***SNOWFALL RECORDS FOR LONDON WERE KEPT BETWEEN 1954 AND 1996***

THE LATEST CLIMATE OUTLOOK FOR AUGUST INDICATES THAT EASTERN
KENTUCKY WILL BE IN A WEATHER PATTERN MORE CONDUCIVE TO NEAR NORMAL
PRECIPITATION AND NEAR NORMAL TEMPERATURES.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON CLIMATE OUTLOOKS TRY THIS INTERNET ADDRESS:
HTTP://WWW.CPC.NCEP.NOAA.GOV

CLIMATE WEATHER RECORDS AT THE JULIAN CARROLL AIRPORT NEAR JACKSON
KENTUCKY (JKL) DATE BACK TO JANUARY 1ST 1981.

CLIMATE WEATHER RECORDS AT THE LONDON-CORBIN MAGEE FIELD AIRPORT (LOZ)
DATE BACK TO NOVEMBER 11TH 1954.

$$

CARICO


000
NOUS45 KGJT 311359
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
PRELIMINARY RECORD EVENT REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE  GRAND JUNCTION CO
759 AM MDT FRI JUL 31 2015

...RECORD LOW TEMPERATURES THIS FRIDAY MORNING...

IN WESTERN COLORADO,

AT THE GRAND JUNCTION REGIONAL AIRPORT, THE LOW TEMPERATURE THIS
MORNING WAS 57. THIS SET A NEW RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE FOR JULY 31,
BREAKING THE PREVIOUS RECORD OF 58, LAST SET IN 2014.

AT NORTHDALE. THE LOW TEMPERATURE WAS 39. THIS SET A NEW RECORD LOW
FOR THE DAY, BREAKING THE PREVIOUS RECORD OF 41, SET IN 1963.


$$



000
NOUS45 KGJT 311359
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
PRELIMINARY RECORD EVENT REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE  GRAND JUNCTION CO
759 AM MDT FRI JUL 31 2015

...RECORD LOW TEMPERATURES THIS FRIDAY MORNING...

IN WESTERN COLORADO,

AT THE GRAND JUNCTION REGIONAL AIRPORT, THE LOW TEMPERATURE THIS
MORNING WAS 57. THIS SET A NEW RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE FOR JULY 31,
BREAKING THE PREVIOUS RECORD OF 58, LAST SET IN 2014.

AT NORTHDALE. THE LOW TEMPERATURE WAS 39. THIS SET A NEW RECORD LOW
FOR THE DAY, BREAKING THE PREVIOUS RECORD OF 41, SET IN 1963.


$$



000
NOUS45 KGJT 311359
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
PRELIMINARY RECORD EVENT REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE  GRAND JUNCTION CO
759 AM MDT FRI JUL 31 2015

...RECORD LOW TEMPERATURES THIS FRIDAY MORNING...

IN WESTERN COLORADO,

AT THE GRAND JUNCTION REGIONAL AIRPORT, THE LOW TEMPERATURE THIS
MORNING WAS 57. THIS SET A NEW RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE FOR JULY 31,
BREAKING THE PREVIOUS RECORD OF 58, LAST SET IN 2014.

AT NORTHDALE. THE LOW TEMPERATURE WAS 39. THIS SET A NEW RECORD LOW
FOR THE DAY, BREAKING THE PREVIOUS RECORD OF 41, SET IN 1963.


$$



000
NOUS45 KGJT 311359
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
PRELIMINARY RECORD EVENT REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE  GRAND JUNCTION CO
759 AM MDT FRI JUL 31 2015

...RECORD LOW TEMPERATURES THIS FRIDAY MORNING...

IN WESTERN COLORADO,

AT THE GRAND JUNCTION REGIONAL AIRPORT, THE LOW TEMPERATURE THIS
MORNING WAS 57. THIS SET A NEW RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE FOR JULY 31,
BREAKING THE PREVIOUS RECORD OF 58, LAST SET IN 2014.

AT NORTHDALE. THE LOW TEMPERATURE WAS 39. THIS SET A NEW RECORD LOW
FOR THE DAY, BREAKING THE PREVIOUS RECORD OF 41, SET IN 1963.


$$



000
NOUS43 KGLD 311200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT FRI JUL 31 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 2001, STRONG THUNDERSTORM WINDS BLEW DOWN 6 TO 8 INCH TREE
LIMBS IN ST FRANCIS KANSAS. ALSO, A SEMI TRUCK WAS BLOWN OFF
HIGHWAY 27, FIVE MILES NORTH OF ST FRANCIS.

IN 2007, FLASH FLOODING OCCURRED IN NORTHERN WALLACE COUNTY WHICH
WASHED AWAY FIELD TERRACES AND SUBMERGED COUNTY ROADS WITH
UP TO 3 FEET OF WATER.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 311200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT FRI JUL 31 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 2001, STRONG THUNDERSTORM WINDS BLEW DOWN 6 TO 8 INCH TREE
LIMBS IN ST FRANCIS KANSAS. ALSO, A SEMI TRUCK WAS BLOWN OFF
HIGHWAY 27, FIVE MILES NORTH OF ST FRANCIS.

IN 2007, FLASH FLOODING OCCURRED IN NORTHERN WALLACE COUNTY WHICH
WASHED AWAY FIELD TERRACES AND SUBMERGED COUNTY ROADS WITH
UP TO 3 FEET OF WATER.

$$



000
NOUS43 KGLD 311200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT FRI JUL 31 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 2001, STRONG THUNDERSTORM WINDS BLEW DOWN 6 TO 8 INCH TREE
LIMBS IN ST FRANCIS KANSAS. ALSO, A SEMI TRUCK WAS BLOWN OFF
HIGHWAY 27, FIVE MILES NORTH OF ST FRANCIS.

IN 2007, FLASH FLOODING OCCURRED IN NORTHERN WALLACE COUNTY WHICH
WASHED AWAY FIELD TERRACES AND SUBMERGED COUNTY ROADS WITH
UP TO 3 FEET OF WATER.

$$



000
NOUS45 KSLC 310117
PNSSLC

.B SLC 0730 M DH1800/TX/TN/PP/SF/SD
SOGU1 88/58/0.00/0.0/0
LKTU1 77/45/0.00/0.0/0
PROU1 94/56/0.00/0.0/0
SPFU1 91/54/0.00/0.0/0
WELU1 92/43/0.00/0.0/0

.END


000
NOUS45 KSLC 310117
PNSSLC

.B SLC 0730 M DH1800/TX/TN/PP/SF/SD
SOGU1 88/58/0.00/0.0/0
LKTU1 77/45/0.00/0.0/0
PROU1 94/56/0.00/0.0/0
SPFU1 91/54/0.00/0.0/0
WELU1 92/43/0.00/0.0/0

.END



000
NOUS46 KSEW 302104
PNSSEW

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
205 PM PDT THU JUL 30 2015

...MORE HOT WEATHER RECORDS ARR FALLING IN SEATTLE TODAY...

SEATAC AIRPORT REACHED 91 DEGREES JUST BEFORE 2 PM TODAY...AND
IT IS THE 9TH DAY SO FAR THIS MONTH OF 90 DEGREES OR WARMER WEATHER.
THIS JULY HAS HAD THE MOST 90+ DEGREE DAYS IN ANY MONTH. THE OLD
RECORD WAS 7 DAYS...SET IN JULY 1958.

TODAY IS THE 10TH DAY THIS YEAR WITH A HIGH OF 90 DEGREES OR MORE.
THAT IS ALSO A RECORD FOR THE MOST 90 DEGREE PLUS DAYS IN A YEAR.
THE OLD RECORD WAS 9 SET IN 1958.

THE FORECAST HIGH TEMPERATURE FOR SEATTLE ON FRIDAY IS IN THE LOWER
90S...SO WE WILL ALMOST CERTAINLY ADD ANOTHER DAY TO THE RECORD.

SEATTLE IS ON THE VERGE OF SETTING THE RECORD FOR THE ALL-TIME
WARMEST MONTH. THIS INCLUDES THE FEDERAL BUILDING RECORDS WHICH GO
BACK TO THE 1890S. THE WARMEST MONTH ON RECORD FOR SEATTLE IS AUGUST
1967 WITH AN AVERAGE TEMPERATURE OF 71.1 DEGREES. THROUGH THE 29TH
THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE FOR JULY 2015 IS 70.7 DEGREES. SEATTLE NEEDS
TO RECORD AN AVERAGE TEMPERATURE OF AT LEAST 76.5 DEGREES THE NEXT
TWO DAYS TO BREAK THE RECORD.

SEATTLE ALSO HAS A CHANCE TO BREAK THE RECORD FOR THE WARMEST
AVERAGE MONTHLY LOW TEMPERATURE. THE CURRENT RECORD IS 59.9 DEGREES
SET IN AUGUST 2013. THROUGH THE 29TH THE AVERAGE LOW TEMPERATURE FOR
JULY 2015 IS 59.7 DEGREES.

IT WILL NOT BE A RECORD FOR THE WARMEST AVERAGE MONTHLY HIGH
TEMPERATURE. THE RECORD IS 83.7 DEGREES SET IN AUGUST 1967. THROUGH
THE 29TH THE AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE FOR JULY 2015 IS 81.8 DEGREES.
EVEN WITH A COUPLE OF HOT DAYS AHEAD...THE AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE
FOR THE MONTH WILL ONLY INCREASE .8 TO 1 DEGREE. JULY 2015 WILL END
UP BEING THE SECOND WARMEST MONTH ON RECORD IN TERMS OF AVERAGE HIGH
TEMPERATURE.

FELTON/MCDONNAL

$$


000
NOUS46 KSEW 302104
PNSSEW

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
205 PM PDT THU JUL 30 2015

...MORE HOT WEATHER RECORDS ARR FALLING IN SEATTLE TODAY...

SEATAC AIRPORT REACHED 91 DEGREES JUST BEFORE 2 PM TODAY...AND
IT IS THE 9TH DAY SO FAR THIS MONTH OF 90 DEGREES OR WARMER WEATHER.
THIS JULY HAS HAD THE MOST 90+ DEGREE DAYS IN ANY MONTH. THE OLD
RECORD WAS 7 DAYS...SET IN JULY 1958.

TODAY IS THE 10TH DAY THIS YEAR WITH A HIGH OF 90 DEGREES OR MORE.
THAT IS ALSO A RECORD FOR THE MOST 90 DEGREE PLUS DAYS IN A YEAR.
THE OLD RECORD WAS 9 SET IN 1958.

THE FORECAST HIGH TEMPERATURE FOR SEATTLE ON FRIDAY IS IN THE LOWER
90S...SO WE WILL ALMOST CERTAINLY ADD ANOTHER DAY TO THE RECORD.

SEATTLE IS ON THE VERGE OF SETTING THE RECORD FOR THE ALL-TIME
WARMEST MONTH. THIS INCLUDES THE FEDERAL BUILDING RECORDS WHICH GO
BACK TO THE 1890S. THE WARMEST MONTH ON RECORD FOR SEATTLE IS AUGUST
1967 WITH AN AVERAGE TEMPERATURE OF 71.1 DEGREES. THROUGH THE 29TH
THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE FOR JULY 2015 IS 70.7 DEGREES. SEATTLE NEEDS
TO RECORD AN AVERAGE TEMPERATURE OF AT LEAST 76.5 DEGREES THE NEXT
TWO DAYS TO BREAK THE RECORD.

SEATTLE ALSO HAS A CHANCE TO BREAK THE RECORD FOR THE WARMEST
AVERAGE MONTHLY LOW TEMPERATURE. THE CURRENT RECORD IS 59.9 DEGREES
SET IN AUGUST 2013. THROUGH THE 29TH THE AVERAGE LOW TEMPERATURE FOR
JULY 2015 IS 59.7 DEGREES.

IT WILL NOT BE A RECORD FOR THE WARMEST AVERAGE MONTHLY HIGH
TEMPERATURE. THE RECORD IS 83.7 DEGREES SET IN AUGUST 1967. THROUGH
THE 29TH THE AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE FOR JULY 2015 IS 81.8 DEGREES.
EVEN WITH A COUPLE OF HOT DAYS AHEAD...THE AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE
FOR THE MONTH WILL ONLY INCREASE .8 TO 1 DEGREE. JULY 2015 WILL END
UP BEING THE SECOND WARMEST MONTH ON RECORD IN TERMS OF AVERAGE HIGH
TEMPERATURE.

FELTON/MCDONNAL

$$



000
NOUS46 KSEW 302104 CCA
PNSSEW

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
205 PM PDT THU JUL 30 2015

...MORE HOT WEATHER RECORDS ARE FALLING IN SEATTLE TODAY...

SEATAC AIRPORT REACHED 91 DEGREES JUST BEFORE 2 PM TODAY...AND
IT IS THE 9TH DAY SO FAR THIS MONTH OF 90 DEGREES OR WARMER WEATHER.
THIS JULY HAS HAD THE MOST 90+ DEGREE DAYS IN ANY MONTH. THE OLD
RECORD WAS 7 DAYS...SET IN JULY 1958.

TODAY IS THE 10TH DAY THIS YEAR WITH A HIGH OF 90 DEGREES OR MORE.
THAT IS ALSO A RECORD FOR THE MOST 90 DEGREE PLUS DAYS IN A YEAR.
THE OLD RECORD WAS 9 SET IN 1958.

THE FORECAST HIGH TEMPERATURE FOR SEATTLE ON FRIDAY IS IN THE LOWER
90S...SO WE WILL ALMOST CERTAINLY ADD ANOTHER DAY TO THE RECORD.

SEATTLE IS ON THE VERGE OF SETTING THE RECORD FOR THE ALL-TIME
WARMEST MONTH. THIS INCLUDES THE FEDERAL BUILDING RECORDS WHICH GO
BACK TO THE 1890S. THE WARMEST MONTH ON RECORD FOR SEATTLE IS AUGUST
1967 WITH AN AVERAGE TEMPERATURE OF 71.1 DEGREES. THROUGH THE 29TH
THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE FOR JULY 2015 IS 70.7 DEGREES. SEATTLE NEEDS
TO RECORD AN AVERAGE TEMPERATURE OF AT LEAST 76.5 DEGREES THE NEXT
TWO DAYS TO BREAK THE RECORD.

SEATTLE ALSO HAS A CHANCE TO BREAK THE RECORD FOR THE WARMEST
AVERAGE MONTHLY LOW TEMPERATURE. THE CURRENT RECORD IS 59.9 DEGREES
SET IN AUGUST 2013. THROUGH THE 29TH THE AVERAGE LOW TEMPERATURE FOR
JULY 2015 IS 59.7 DEGREES.

IT WILL NOT BE A RECORD FOR THE WARMEST AVERAGE MONTHLY HIGH
TEMPERATURE. THE RECORD IS 83.7 DEGREES SET IN AUGUST 1967. THROUGH
THE 29TH THE AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE FOR JULY 2015 IS 81.8 DEGREES.
EVEN WITH A COUPLE OF HOT DAYS AHEAD...THE AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE
FOR THE MONTH WILL ONLY INCREASE .8 TO 1 DEGREE. JULY 2015 WILL END
UP BEING THE SECOND WARMEST MONTH ON RECORD IN TERMS OF AVERAGE HIGH
TEMPERATURE.

FELTON/MCDONNAL

$$


000
NOUS46 KSEW 302104 CCA
PNSSEW

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
205 PM PDT THU JUL 30 2015

...MORE HOT WEATHER RECORDS ARE FALLING IN SEATTLE TODAY...

SEATAC AIRPORT REACHED 91 DEGREES JUST BEFORE 2 PM TODAY...AND
IT IS THE 9TH DAY SO FAR THIS MONTH OF 90 DEGREES OR WARMER WEATHER.
THIS JULY HAS HAD THE MOST 90+ DEGREE DAYS IN ANY MONTH. THE OLD
RECORD WAS 7 DAYS...SET IN JULY 1958.

TODAY IS THE 10TH DAY THIS YEAR WITH A HIGH OF 90 DEGREES OR MORE.
THAT IS ALSO A RECORD FOR THE MOST 90 DEGREE PLUS DAYS IN A YEAR.
THE OLD RECORD WAS 9 SET IN 1958.

THE FORECAST HIGH TEMPERATURE FOR SEATTLE ON FRIDAY IS IN THE LOWER
90S...SO WE WILL ALMOST CERTAINLY ADD ANOTHER DAY TO THE RECORD.

SEATTLE IS ON THE VERGE OF SETTING THE RECORD FOR THE ALL-TIME
WARMEST MONTH. THIS INCLUDES THE FEDERAL BUILDING RECORDS WHICH GO
BACK TO THE 1890S. THE WARMEST MONTH ON RECORD FOR SEATTLE IS AUGUST
1967 WITH AN AVERAGE TEMPERATURE OF 71.1 DEGREES. THROUGH THE 29TH
THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE FOR JULY 2015 IS 70.7 DEGREES. SEATTLE NEEDS
TO RECORD AN AVERAGE TEMPERATURE OF AT LEAST 76.5 DEGREES THE NEXT
TWO DAYS TO BREAK THE RECORD.

SEATTLE ALSO HAS A CHANCE TO BREAK THE RECORD FOR THE WARMEST
AVERAGE MONTHLY LOW TEMPERATURE. THE CURRENT RECORD IS 59.9 DEGREES
SET IN AUGUST 2013. THROUGH THE 29TH THE AVERAGE LOW TEMPERATURE FOR
JULY 2015 IS 59.7 DEGREES.

IT WILL NOT BE A RECORD FOR THE WARMEST AVERAGE MONTHLY HIGH
TEMPERATURE. THE RECORD IS 83.7 DEGREES SET IN AUGUST 1967. THROUGH
THE 29TH THE AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE FOR JULY 2015 IS 81.8 DEGREES.
EVEN WITH A COUPLE OF HOT DAYS AHEAD...THE AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE
FOR THE MONTH WILL ONLY INCREASE .8 TO 1 DEGREE. JULY 2015 WILL END
UP BEING THE SECOND WARMEST MONTH ON RECORD IN TERMS OF AVERAGE HIGH
TEMPERATURE.

FELTON/MCDONNAL

$$


000
NOUS46 KSEW 302104 CCA
PNSSEW

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
205 PM PDT THU JUL 30 2015

...MORE HOT WEATHER RECORDS ARE FALLING IN SEATTLE TODAY...

SEATAC AIRPORT REACHED 91 DEGREES JUST BEFORE 2 PM TODAY...AND
IT IS THE 9TH DAY SO FAR THIS MONTH OF 90 DEGREES OR WARMER WEATHER.
THIS JULY HAS HAD THE MOST 90+ DEGREE DAYS IN ANY MONTH. THE OLD
RECORD WAS 7 DAYS...SET IN JULY 1958.

TODAY IS THE 10TH DAY THIS YEAR WITH A HIGH OF 90 DEGREES OR MORE.
THAT IS ALSO A RECORD FOR THE MOST 90 DEGREE PLUS DAYS IN A YEAR.
THE OLD RECORD WAS 9 SET IN 1958.

THE FORECAST HIGH TEMPERATURE FOR SEATTLE ON FRIDAY IS IN THE LOWER
90S...SO WE WILL ALMOST CERTAINLY ADD ANOTHER DAY TO THE RECORD.

SEATTLE IS ON THE VERGE OF SETTING THE RECORD FOR THE ALL-TIME
WARMEST MONTH. THIS INCLUDES THE FEDERAL BUILDING RECORDS WHICH GO
BACK TO THE 1890S. THE WARMEST MONTH ON RECORD FOR SEATTLE IS AUGUST
1967 WITH AN AVERAGE TEMPERATURE OF 71.1 DEGREES. THROUGH THE 29TH
THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE FOR JULY 2015 IS 70.7 DEGREES. SEATTLE NEEDS
TO RECORD AN AVERAGE TEMPERATURE OF AT LEAST 76.5 DEGREES THE NEXT
TWO DAYS TO BREAK THE RECORD.

SEATTLE ALSO HAS A CHANCE TO BREAK THE RECORD FOR THE WARMEST
AVERAGE MONTHLY LOW TEMPERATURE. THE CURRENT RECORD IS 59.9 DEGREES
SET IN AUGUST 2013. THROUGH THE 29TH THE AVERAGE LOW TEMPERATURE FOR
JULY 2015 IS 59.7 DEGREES.

IT WILL NOT BE A RECORD FOR THE WARMEST AVERAGE MONTHLY HIGH
TEMPERATURE. THE RECORD IS 83.7 DEGREES SET IN AUGUST 1967. THROUGH
THE 29TH THE AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE FOR JULY 2015 IS 81.8 DEGREES.
EVEN WITH A COUPLE OF HOT DAYS AHEAD...THE AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE
FOR THE MONTH WILL ONLY INCREASE .8 TO 1 DEGREE. JULY 2015 WILL END
UP BEING THE SECOND WARMEST MONTH ON RECORD IN TERMS OF AVERAGE HIGH
TEMPERATURE.

FELTON/MCDONNAL

$$


000
NOUS46 KSEW 302104 CCA
PNSSEW

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
205 PM PDT THU JUL 30 2015

...MORE HOT WEATHER RECORDS ARE FALLING IN SEATTLE TODAY...

SEATAC AIRPORT REACHED 91 DEGREES JUST BEFORE 2 PM TODAY...AND
IT IS THE 9TH DAY SO FAR THIS MONTH OF 90 DEGREES OR WARMER WEATHER.
THIS JULY HAS HAD THE MOST 90+ DEGREE DAYS IN ANY MONTH. THE OLD
RECORD WAS 7 DAYS...SET IN JULY 1958.

TODAY IS THE 10TH DAY THIS YEAR WITH A HIGH OF 90 DEGREES OR MORE.
THAT IS ALSO A RECORD FOR THE MOST 90 DEGREE PLUS DAYS IN A YEAR.
THE OLD RECORD WAS 9 SET IN 1958.

THE FORECAST HIGH TEMPERATURE FOR SEATTLE ON FRIDAY IS IN THE LOWER
90S...SO WE WILL ALMOST CERTAINLY ADD ANOTHER DAY TO THE RECORD.

SEATTLE IS ON THE VERGE OF SETTING THE RECORD FOR THE ALL-TIME
WARMEST MONTH. THIS INCLUDES THE FEDERAL BUILDING RECORDS WHICH GO
BACK TO THE 1890S. THE WARMEST MONTH ON RECORD FOR SEATTLE IS AUGUST
1967 WITH AN AVERAGE TEMPERATURE OF 71.1 DEGREES. THROUGH THE 29TH
THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE FOR JULY 2015 IS 70.7 DEGREES. SEATTLE NEEDS
TO RECORD AN AVERAGE TEMPERATURE OF AT LEAST 76.5 DEGREES THE NEXT
TWO DAYS TO BREAK THE RECORD.

SEATTLE ALSO HAS A CHANCE TO BREAK THE RECORD FOR THE WARMEST
AVERAGE MONTHLY LOW TEMPERATURE. THE CURRENT RECORD IS 59.9 DEGREES
SET IN AUGUST 2013. THROUGH THE 29TH THE AVERAGE LOW TEMPERATURE FOR
JULY 2015 IS 59.7 DEGREES.

IT WILL NOT BE A RECORD FOR THE WARMEST AVERAGE MONTHLY HIGH
TEMPERATURE. THE RECORD IS 83.7 DEGREES SET IN AUGUST 1967. THROUGH
THE 29TH THE AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE FOR JULY 2015 IS 81.8 DEGREES.
EVEN WITH A COUPLE OF HOT DAYS AHEAD...THE AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE
FOR THE MONTH WILL ONLY INCREASE .8 TO 1 DEGREE. JULY 2015 WILL END
UP BEING THE SECOND WARMEST MONTH ON RECORD IN TERMS OF AVERAGE HIGH
TEMPERATURE.

FELTON/MCDONNAL

$$


000
NOUS46 KSEW 302104 CCA
PNSSEW

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
205 PM PDT THU JUL 30 2015

...MORE HOT WEATHER RECORDS ARE FALLING IN SEATTLE TODAY...

SEATAC AIRPORT REACHED 91 DEGREES JUST BEFORE 2 PM TODAY...AND
IT IS THE 9TH DAY SO FAR THIS MONTH OF 90 DEGREES OR WARMER WEATHER.
THIS JULY HAS HAD THE MOST 90+ DEGREE DAYS IN ANY MONTH. THE OLD
RECORD WAS 7 DAYS...SET IN JULY 1958.

TODAY IS THE 10TH DAY THIS YEAR WITH A HIGH OF 90 DEGREES OR MORE.
THAT IS ALSO A RECORD FOR THE MOST 90 DEGREE PLUS DAYS IN A YEAR.
THE OLD RECORD WAS 9 SET IN 1958.

THE FORECAST HIGH TEMPERATURE FOR SEATTLE ON FRIDAY IS IN THE LOWER
90S...SO WE WILL ALMOST CERTAINLY ADD ANOTHER DAY TO THE RECORD.

SEATTLE IS ON THE VERGE OF SETTING THE RECORD FOR THE ALL-TIME
WARMEST MONTH. THIS INCLUDES THE FEDERAL BUILDING RECORDS WHICH GO
BACK TO THE 1890S. THE WARMEST MONTH ON RECORD FOR SEATTLE IS AUGUST
1967 WITH AN AVERAGE TEMPERATURE OF 71.1 DEGREES. THROUGH THE 29TH
THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE FOR JULY 2015 IS 70.7 DEGREES. SEATTLE NEEDS
TO RECORD AN AVERAGE TEMPERATURE OF AT LEAST 76.5 DEGREES THE NEXT
TWO DAYS TO BREAK THE RECORD.

SEATTLE ALSO HAS A CHANCE TO BREAK THE RECORD FOR THE WARMEST
AVERAGE MONTHLY LOW TEMPERATURE. THE CURRENT RECORD IS 59.9 DEGREES
SET IN AUGUST 2013. THROUGH THE 29TH THE AVERAGE LOW TEMPERATURE FOR
JULY 2015 IS 59.7 DEGREES.

IT WILL NOT BE A RECORD FOR THE WARMEST AVERAGE MONTHLY HIGH
TEMPERATURE. THE RECORD IS 83.7 DEGREES SET IN AUGUST 1967. THROUGH
THE 29TH THE AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE FOR JULY 2015 IS 81.8 DEGREES.
EVEN WITH A COUPLE OF HOT DAYS AHEAD...THE AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE
FOR THE MONTH WILL ONLY INCREASE .8 TO 1 DEGREE. JULY 2015 WILL END
UP BEING THE SECOND WARMEST MONTH ON RECORD IN TERMS OF AVERAGE HIGH
TEMPERATURE.

FELTON/MCDONNAL

$$


000
NOUS46 KSEW 302104 CCA
PNSSEW

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
205 PM PDT THU JUL 30 2015

...MORE HOT WEATHER RECORDS ARE FALLING IN SEATTLE TODAY...

SEATAC AIRPORT REACHED 91 DEGREES JUST BEFORE 2 PM TODAY...AND
IT IS THE 9TH DAY SO FAR THIS MONTH OF 90 DEGREES OR WARMER WEATHER.
THIS JULY HAS HAD THE MOST 90+ DEGREE DAYS IN ANY MONTH. THE OLD
RECORD WAS 7 DAYS...SET IN JULY 1958.

TODAY IS THE 10TH DAY THIS YEAR WITH A HIGH OF 90 DEGREES OR MORE.
THAT IS ALSO A RECORD FOR THE MOST 90 DEGREE PLUS DAYS IN A YEAR.
THE OLD RECORD WAS 9 SET IN 1958.

THE FORECAST HIGH TEMPERATURE FOR SEATTLE ON FRIDAY IS IN THE LOWER
90S...SO WE WILL ALMOST CERTAINLY ADD ANOTHER DAY TO THE RECORD.

SEATTLE IS ON THE VERGE OF SETTING THE RECORD FOR THE ALL-TIME
WARMEST MONTH. THIS INCLUDES THE FEDERAL BUILDING RECORDS WHICH GO
BACK TO THE 1890S. THE WARMEST MONTH ON RECORD FOR SEATTLE IS AUGUST
1967 WITH AN AVERAGE TEMPERATURE OF 71.1 DEGREES. THROUGH THE 29TH
THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE FOR JULY 2015 IS 70.7 DEGREES. SEATTLE NEEDS
TO RECORD AN AVERAGE TEMPERATURE OF AT LEAST 76.5 DEGREES THE NEXT
TWO DAYS TO BREAK THE RECORD.

SEATTLE ALSO HAS A CHANCE TO BREAK THE RECORD FOR THE WARMEST
AVERAGE MONTHLY LOW TEMPERATURE. THE CURRENT RECORD IS 59.9 DEGREES
SET IN AUGUST 2013. THROUGH THE 29TH THE AVERAGE LOW TEMPERATURE FOR
JULY 2015 IS 59.7 DEGREES.

IT WILL NOT BE A RECORD FOR THE WARMEST AVERAGE MONTHLY HIGH
TEMPERATURE. THE RECORD IS 83.7 DEGREES SET IN AUGUST 1967. THROUGH
THE 29TH THE AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE FOR JULY 2015 IS 81.8 DEGREES.
EVEN WITH A COUPLE OF HOT DAYS AHEAD...THE AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE
FOR THE MONTH WILL ONLY INCREASE .8 TO 1 DEGREE. JULY 2015 WILL END
UP BEING THE SECOND WARMEST MONTH ON RECORD IN TERMS OF AVERAGE HIGH
TEMPERATURE.

FELTON/MCDONNAL

$$



000
NOUS46 KSEW 302104
PNSSEW

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
205 PM PDT THU JUL 30 2015

...MORE HOT WEATHER RECORDS ARR FALLING IN SEATTLE TODAY...

SEATAC AIRPORT REACHED 91 DEGREES JUST BEFORE 2 PM TODAY...AND
IT IS THE 9TH DAY SO FAR THIS MONTH OF 90 DEGREES OR WARMER WEATHER.
THIS JULY HAS HAD THE MOST 90+ DEGREE DAYS IN ANY MONTH. THE OLD
RECORD WAS 7 DAYS...SET IN JULY 1958.

TODAY IS THE 10TH DAY THIS YEAR WITH A HIGH OF 90 DEGREES OR MORE.
THAT IS ALSO A RECORD FOR THE MOST 90 DEGREE PLUS DAYS IN A YEAR.
THE OLD RECORD WAS 9 SET IN 1958.

THE FORECAST HIGH TEMPERATURE FOR SEATTLE ON FRIDAY IS IN THE LOWER
90S...SO WE WILL ALMOST CERTAINLY ADD ANOTHER DAY TO THE RECORD.

SEATTLE IS ON THE VERGE OF SETTING THE RECORD FOR THE ALL-TIME
WARMEST MONTH. THIS INCLUDES THE FEDERAL BUILDING RECORDS WHICH GO
BACK TO THE 1890S. THE WARMEST MONTH ON RECORD FOR SEATTLE IS AUGUST
1967 WITH AN AVERAGE TEMPERATURE OF 71.1 DEGREES. THROUGH THE 29TH
THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE FOR JULY 2015 IS 70.7 DEGREES. SEATTLE NEEDS
TO RECORD AN AVERAGE TEMPERATURE OF AT LEAST 76.5 DEGREES THE NEXT
TWO DAYS TO BREAK THE RECORD.

SEATTLE ALSO HAS A CHANCE TO BREAK THE RECORD FOR THE WARMEST
AVERAGE MONTHLY LOW TEMPERATURE. THE CURRENT RECORD IS 59.9 DEGREES
SET IN AUGUST 2013. THROUGH THE 29TH THE AVERAGE LOW TEMPERATURE FOR
JULY 2015 IS 59.7 DEGREES.

IT WILL NOT BE A RECORD FOR THE WARMEST AVERAGE MONTHLY HIGH
TEMPERATURE. THE RECORD IS 83.7 DEGREES SET IN AUGUST 1967. THROUGH
THE 29TH THE AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE FOR JULY 2015 IS 81.8 DEGREES.
EVEN WITH A COUPLE OF HOT DAYS AHEAD...THE AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE
FOR THE MONTH WILL ONLY INCREASE .8 TO 1 DEGREE. JULY 2015 WILL END
UP BEING THE SECOND WARMEST MONTH ON RECORD IN TERMS OF AVERAGE HIGH
TEMPERATURE.

FELTON/MCDONNAL

$$


000
NOUS46 KSEW 302104
PNSSEW

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
205 PM PDT THU JUL 30 2015

...MORE HOT WEATHER RECORDS ARR FALLING IN SEATTLE TODAY...

SEATAC AIRPORT REACHED 91 DEGREES JUST BEFORE 2 PM TODAY...AND
IT IS THE 9TH DAY SO FAR THIS MONTH OF 90 DEGREES OR WARMER WEATHER.
THIS JULY HAS HAD THE MOST 90+ DEGREE DAYS IN ANY MONTH. THE OLD
RECORD WAS 7 DAYS...SET IN JULY 1958.

TODAY IS THE 10TH DAY THIS YEAR WITH A HIGH OF 90 DEGREES OR MORE.
THAT IS ALSO A RECORD FOR THE MOST 90 DEGREE PLUS DAYS IN A YEAR.
THE OLD RECORD WAS 9 SET IN 1958.

THE FORECAST HIGH TEMPERATURE FOR SEATTLE ON FRIDAY IS IN THE LOWER
90S...SO WE WILL ALMOST CERTAINLY ADD ANOTHER DAY TO THE RECORD.

SEATTLE IS ON THE VERGE OF SETTING THE RECORD FOR THE ALL-TIME
WARMEST MONTH. THIS INCLUDES THE FEDERAL BUILDING RECORDS WHICH GO
BACK TO THE 1890S. THE WARMEST MONTH ON RECORD FOR SEATTLE IS AUGUST
1967 WITH AN AVERAGE TEMPERATURE OF 71.1 DEGREES. THROUGH THE 29TH
THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE FOR JULY 2015 IS 70.7 DEGREES. SEATTLE NEEDS
TO RECORD AN AVERAGE TEMPERATURE OF AT LEAST 76.5 DEGREES THE NEXT
TWO DAYS TO BREAK THE RECORD.

SEATTLE ALSO HAS A CHANCE TO BREAK THE RECORD FOR THE WARMEST
AVERAGE MONTHLY LOW TEMPERATURE. THE CURRENT RECORD IS 59.9 DEGREES
SET IN AUGUST 2013. THROUGH THE 29TH THE AVERAGE LOW TEMPERATURE FOR
JULY 2015 IS 59.7 DEGREES.

IT WILL NOT BE A RECORD FOR THE WARMEST AVERAGE MONTHLY HIGH
TEMPERATURE. THE RECORD IS 83.7 DEGREES SET IN AUGUST 1967. THROUGH
THE 29TH THE AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE FOR JULY 2015 IS 81.8 DEGREES.
EVEN WITH A COUPLE OF HOT DAYS AHEAD...THE AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE
FOR THE MONTH WILL ONLY INCREASE .8 TO 1 DEGREE. JULY 2015 WILL END
UP BEING THE SECOND WARMEST MONTH ON RECORD IN TERMS OF AVERAGE HIGH
TEMPERATURE.

FELTON/MCDONNAL

$$



000
NOUS42 KMFL 301924
PNSMFL

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MIAMI FL
324 PM EDT THU JUL 30 2015

...BELLE GLADE WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTER MAINTENANCE FRIDAY 7/31...

NOISE ISSUES WITH THE BELLE GLADE NOAA WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTER HAS
PROMPTED THE NEED FOR MAINTENANCE WORK TOMORROW...FRIDAY JULY 31ST
2015...FROM APPROXIMATELY 800 AM TO 600 PM EDT. DURING THESE HOURS
BROADCAST SERVICE WILL BE INTERMITTENT AND MAY BE UNAVAILABLE FOR
EXTENDED PERIODS. IF NEEDED...MAINTENANCE WORK MAY CARRY-OVER INTO
SATURDAY AUGUST 1 2015.


THE AFFECTED TRANSMITTER IS:

TRANSMITTER      STATION      FREQUENCY
===========      =======      ===========
BELLE GLADE      WXM-58       162.400 MHZ


NEARBY TRANSMITTERS WITH OVERLAPPING COVERAGE ARE:

TRANSMITTER      STATION      FREQUENCY
===========      =======      ===========
WEST PALM BEACH  KEC-50       162.475 MHZ
MIAMI            KHB-34       162.550 MHZ
NAPLES           WWG-92       162.525 MHZ (LIMITED COVERAGE)


PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENTS WILL BE PROVIDED UPON INITIATION AND
COMPLETION OF MAINTENANCE.

REMEMBER THAT THE LATEST WEATHER INFORMATION IS ALSO AVAILABLE ON
OUR WEBSITE AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/SOUTHFLORIDA

$$

ROSS



000
NOUS42 KMFL 301924
PNSMFL

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MIAMI FL
324 PM EDT THU JUL 30 2015

...BELLE GLADE WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTER MAINTENANCE FRIDAY 7/31...

NOISE ISSUES WITH THE BELLE GLADE NOAA WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTER HAS
PROMPTED THE NEED FOR MAINTENANCE WORK TOMORROW...FRIDAY JULY 31ST
2015...FROM APPROXIMATELY 800 AM TO 600 PM EDT. DURING THESE HOURS
BROADCAST SERVICE WILL BE INTERMITTENT AND MAY BE UNAVAILABLE FOR
EXTENDED PERIODS. IF NEEDED...MAINTENANCE WORK MAY CARRY-OVER INTO
SATURDAY AUGUST 1 2015.


THE AFFECTED TRANSMITTER IS:

TRANSMITTER      STATION      FREQUENCY
===========      =======      ===========
BELLE GLADE      WXM-58       162.400 MHZ


NEARBY TRANSMITTERS WITH OVERLAPPING COVERAGE ARE:

TRANSMITTER      STATION      FREQUENCY
===========      =======      ===========
WEST PALM BEACH  KEC-50       162.475 MHZ
MIAMI            KHB-34       162.550 MHZ
NAPLES           WWG-92       162.525 MHZ (LIMITED COVERAGE)


PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENTS WILL BE PROVIDED UPON INITIATION AND
COMPLETION OF MAINTENANCE.

REMEMBER THAT THE LATEST WEATHER INFORMATION IS ALSO AVAILABLE ON
OUR WEBSITE AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/SOUTHFLORIDA

$$

ROSS


000
NOUS45 KGJT 301848
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
PRELIMINARY RECORD EVENT REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE  GRAND JUNCTION CO
1244 PM MDT THU JUL 30 2015

...ADDITIONAL RECORD LOW TEMPERATURES THIS MORNING...

IN WESTERN COLORADO,

AT GRAND JUNCTION, THE LOW TEMPERATURE THIS MORNING WAS 55.  THIS
SET A NEW RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE FOR JULY 30, BREAKING THE PREVIOUS
RECORD OF 56 SET IN 2009.


AT MEEKER 15W, THE LOW TEMPERATURE THIS MORNING WAS 35. THIS SET A
NEW RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE FOR JULY 30, BREAKING THE PREVIOUS RECORD
OF 49 SET IN 2013.


AT CRAIG 30N, THE LOW WAS 39. THIS SET A NEW RECORD
LOW TEMPERATURE FOR JULY 30, BREAKING THE PREVIOUS RECORD OF 47,
SET IN 2011.

$$



000
NOUS45 KGJT 301848
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
PRELIMINARY RECORD EVENT REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE  GRAND JUNCTION CO
1244 PM MDT THU JUL 30 2015

...ADDITIONAL RECORD LOW TEMPERATURES THIS MORNING...

IN WESTERN COLORADO,

AT GRAND JUNCTION, THE LOW TEMPERATURE THIS MORNING WAS 55.  THIS
SET A NEW RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE FOR JULY 30, BREAKING THE PREVIOUS
RECORD OF 56 SET IN 2009.


AT MEEKER 15W, THE LOW TEMPERATURE THIS MORNING WAS 35. THIS SET A
NEW RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE FOR JULY 30, BREAKING THE PREVIOUS RECORD
OF 49 SET IN 2013.


AT CRAIG 30N, THE LOW WAS 39. THIS SET A NEW RECORD
LOW TEMPERATURE FOR JULY 30, BREAKING THE PREVIOUS RECORD OF 47,
SET IN 2011.

$$



000
NOUS45 KGJT 301848
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
PRELIMINARY RECORD EVENT REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE  GRAND JUNCTION CO
1244 PM MDT THU JUL 30 2015

...ADDITIONAL RECORD LOW TEMPERATURES THIS MORNING...

IN WESTERN COLORADO,

AT GRAND JUNCTION, THE LOW TEMPERATURE THIS MORNING WAS 55.  THIS
SET A NEW RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE FOR JULY 30, BREAKING THE PREVIOUS
RECORD OF 56 SET IN 2009.


AT MEEKER 15W, THE LOW TEMPERATURE THIS MORNING WAS 35. THIS SET A
NEW RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE FOR JULY 30, BREAKING THE PREVIOUS RECORD
OF 49 SET IN 2013.


AT CRAIG 30N, THE LOW WAS 39. THIS SET A NEW RECORD
LOW TEMPERATURE FOR JULY 30, BREAKING THE PREVIOUS RECORD OF 47,
SET IN 2011.

$$



000
NOUS45 KGJT 301848
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
PRELIMINARY RECORD EVENT REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE  GRAND JUNCTION CO
1244 PM MDT THU JUL 30 2015

...ADDITIONAL RECORD LOW TEMPERATURES THIS MORNING...

IN WESTERN COLORADO,

AT GRAND JUNCTION, THE LOW TEMPERATURE THIS MORNING WAS 55.  THIS
SET A NEW RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE FOR JULY 30, BREAKING THE PREVIOUS
RECORD OF 56 SET IN 2009.


AT MEEKER 15W, THE LOW TEMPERATURE THIS MORNING WAS 35. THIS SET A
NEW RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE FOR JULY 30, BREAKING THE PREVIOUS RECORD
OF 49 SET IN 2013.


AT CRAIG 30N, THE LOW WAS 39. THIS SET A NEW RECORD
LOW TEMPERATURE FOR JULY 30, BREAKING THE PREVIOUS RECORD OF 47,
SET IN 2011.

$$



000
NOUS46 KPDT 301603
PNSPDT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PENDLETON OREGON
905 AM PDT THU JUL 30 2015

NOAA WEATHER RADIO FROM DAYTON WASHINGTON AT 162.525 MHZ WILL BE OFF
THE AIR ON MONDAY AUGUST 3 FROM AROUND 8 AM TO 3 PM.  THIS IS DUE TO
A PLANNED POWER OUTAGE AT THE TRANSMITTER SITE.

$$

HULL



000
NOUS43 KGLD 301200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT THU JUL 30 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 2004, A COMPLEX OF THUNDERSTORMS STRETCHING FROM CENTRAL TO SOUTHWEST
NEBRASKA PRODUCED DAMAGING WINDS DURING THE LATE NIGHT HOURS ACROSS RED
WILLOW COUNTY. SEVERAL POWER POLES WERE BLOWN DOWN AND TWO TRANSFORMERS
CAUGHT FIRE. NUMEROUS TREES AND TREE LIMBS WERE BLOWN DOWN ACROSS THE COUNTY.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 301200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT THU JUL 30 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 2004, A COMPLEX OF THUNDERSTORMS STRETCHING FROM CENTRAL TO SOUTHWEST
NEBRASKA PRODUCED DAMAGING WINDS DURING THE LATE NIGHT HOURS ACROSS RED
WILLOW COUNTY. SEVERAL POWER POLES WERE BLOWN DOWN AND TWO TRANSFORMERS
CAUGHT FIRE. NUMEROUS TREES AND TREE LIMBS WERE BLOWN DOWN ACROSS THE COUNTY.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 301200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT THU JUL 30 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 2004, A COMPLEX OF THUNDERSTORMS STRETCHING FROM CENTRAL TO SOUTHWEST
NEBRASKA PRODUCED DAMAGING WINDS DURING THE LATE NIGHT HOURS ACROSS RED
WILLOW COUNTY. SEVERAL POWER POLES WERE BLOWN DOWN AND TWO TRANSFORMERS
CAUGHT FIRE. NUMEROUS TREES AND TREE LIMBS WERE BLOWN DOWN ACROSS THE COUNTY.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 301200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT THU JUL 30 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 2004, A COMPLEX OF THUNDERSTORMS STRETCHING FROM CENTRAL TO SOUTHWEST
NEBRASKA PRODUCED DAMAGING WINDS DURING THE LATE NIGHT HOURS ACROSS RED
WILLOW COUNTY. SEVERAL POWER POLES WERE BLOWN DOWN AND TWO TRANSFORMERS
CAUGHT FIRE. NUMEROUS TREES AND TREE LIMBS WERE BLOWN DOWN ACROSS THE COUNTY.

$$


000
NOUS45 KGJT 300204
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
PRELIMINARY RECORD EVENT REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE  GRAND JUNCTION CO
800 PM MDT WED JUL 29 2015

...ADDITIONAL RECORD LOW TEMPERATURES THIS MORNING...

IN WESTERN COLORADO,

AT GATEWAY, THE LOW TEMPERATURE THIS MORNING WAS 52.  THIS SET A NEW
RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE FOR JULY 29, BREAKING THE PREVIOUS RECORD OF
53, SET IN 1977.

IN EASTERN UTAH,

AT ROOSEVELT RADIO STATION, THE LOW WAS 42. THIS SET A NEW RECORD
LOW TEMPERATURE FOR JULY 29, BREAKING THE PREVIOUS RECORD OF 44,
SET IN 1986.

$$


000
NOUS45 KGJT 300204
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
PRELIMINARY RECORD EVENT REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE  GRAND JUNCTION CO
800 PM MDT WED JUL 29 2015

...ADDITIONAL RECORD LOW TEMPERATURES THIS MORNING...

IN WESTERN COLORADO,

AT GATEWAY, THE LOW TEMPERATURE THIS MORNING WAS 52.  THIS SET A NEW
RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE FOR JULY 29, BREAKING THE PREVIOUS RECORD OF
53, SET IN 1977.

IN EASTERN UTAH,

AT ROOSEVELT RADIO STATION, THE LOW WAS 42. THIS SET A NEW RECORD
LOW TEMPERATURE FOR JULY 29, BREAKING THE PREVIOUS RECORD OF 44,
SET IN 1986.

$$



000
NOUS45 KGJT 291916
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
PRELIMINARY RECORD EVENT REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE  GRAND JUNCTION CO
116 PM MDT WED JUL 29 2015

...ADDITIONAL RECORD LOW TEMPERATURES THIS MORNING...

AT 4 MILES SOUTHWEST OF CRAIG, THE LOW TEMPERATURE THIS MORNING WAS
43.  THIS TIED THE RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE FOR JULY 29, LAST SET IN
1979.

AT THE GRAND JUNCTION REGIONAL AIRPORT, THE LOW WAS 54. THIS SET A
NEW RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE FOR JULY 29, BREAKING THE PREVIOUS RECORD
OF 57, LAST SET IN 2005.

AT 3 MILES EAST-NORTHEAST OF RIFLE, THE LOW WAS 41. THIS SET A NEW
RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE FOR JULY 29 IN THE RIFLE AREA, BREAKING THE
PREVIOUS RECORD OF 44, SET IN 1958.

AT YAMPA, THE LOW WAS 36. THIS SET A NEW RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE FOR
JULY 29, BREAKING THE PREVIOUS RECORD OF 39, SET IN 1971.

$$


000
NOUS45 KGJT 291916
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
PRELIMINARY RECORD EVENT REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE  GRAND JUNCTION CO
116 PM MDT WED JUL 29 2015

...ADDITIONAL RECORD LOW TEMPERATURES THIS MORNING...

AT 4 MILES SOUTHWEST OF CRAIG, THE LOW TEMPERATURE THIS MORNING WAS
43.  THIS TIED THE RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE FOR JULY 29, LAST SET IN
1979.

AT THE GRAND JUNCTION REGIONAL AIRPORT, THE LOW WAS 54. THIS SET A
NEW RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE FOR JULY 29, BREAKING THE PREVIOUS RECORD
OF 57, LAST SET IN 2005.

AT 3 MILES EAST-NORTHEAST OF RIFLE, THE LOW WAS 41. THIS SET A NEW
RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE FOR JULY 29 IN THE RIFLE AREA, BREAKING THE
PREVIOUS RECORD OF 44, SET IN 1958.

AT YAMPA, THE LOW WAS 36. THIS SET A NEW RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE FOR
JULY 29, BREAKING THE PREVIOUS RECORD OF 39, SET IN 1971.

$$



000
NOUS41 KGYX 291512
PNSGYX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY ME
1100 AM EDT WED JUL 29 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM SURVEY DETERMINES A MICROBUST OCCURRED IN
ALBION MAINE EARLY TUESDAY EVENING...

A PRELIMINARY STORM SURVEY BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE IN
GRAY ME HAS DETERMINED THAT STRAIGHT LINE WINDS... IN THE FORM OF A
SMALL MICROBURST... OCCURRED NEAR ALBION ME AROUND 630 PM TUESDAY.
WINDS WERE ESTIMATED BETWEEN 70 AND 80 MPH AND DOWNED MORE THAN 100
TREES.

$$

SCHWIBS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
GRAY...MAINE


000
NOUS41 KGYX 291512
PNSGYX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY ME
1100 AM EDT WED JUL 29 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM SURVEY DETERMINES A MICROBUST OCCURRED IN
ALBION MAINE EARLY TUESDAY EVENING...

A PRELIMINARY STORM SURVEY BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE IN
GRAY ME HAS DETERMINED THAT STRAIGHT LINE WINDS... IN THE FORM OF A
SMALL MICROBURST... OCCURRED NEAR ALBION ME AROUND 630 PM TUESDAY.
WINDS WERE ESTIMATED BETWEEN 70 AND 80 MPH AND DOWNED MORE THAN 100
TREES.

$$

SCHWIBS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
GRAY...MAINE



000
NOUS45 KGJT 291356
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
PRELIMINARY RECORD EVENT REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE  GRAND JUNCTION CO
755 AM MDT WED JUL 29 2015

...RECORD LOW TEMPERATURES THIS MORNING...

AT 4 MILES SOUTHWEST OF CRAIG, THE LOW TEMPERATURE THIS MORNING WAS
43.  THIS TIED THE RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE FOR JULY 29, LAST SET IN
1979.

AT THE GRAND JUNCTION REGIONAL AIRPORT, THE LOW WAS 54. THIS SET A
NEW RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE FOR JULY 29, BREAKING THE PREVIOUS RECORD
OF 57, LAST SET IN 2005.

$$


000
NOUS45 KGJT 291356
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
PRELIMINARY RECORD EVENT REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE  GRAND JUNCTION CO
755 AM MDT WED JUL 29 2015

...RECORD LOW TEMPERATURES THIS MORNING...

AT 4 MILES SOUTHWEST OF CRAIG, THE LOW TEMPERATURE THIS MORNING WAS
43.  THIS TIED THE RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE FOR JULY 29, LAST SET IN
1979.

AT THE GRAND JUNCTION REGIONAL AIRPORT, THE LOW WAS 54. THIS SET A
NEW RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE FOR JULY 29, BREAKING THE PREVIOUS RECORD
OF 57, LAST SET IN 2005.

$$



000
NOUS43 KGLD 291201
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT WED JUL 29 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 1998, LATE AFTERNOON AND EARLY EVENING SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS PRODUCED
LARGE HAIL AND STRONG WINDS ACROSS PARTS OF NORTHWEST KANSAS. SEVERAL COUNTIES
REPORTED TREES LIMBS OF UP TO 5 INCHES IN DIAMETER BROKEN AS THE STORMS
MOVED THROUGH THE AREA. TWO TO FOUR INCHES OF RAIN FELL ACROSS DECATUR AND
RAWLINS COUNTIES LEADING TO FLASH FLOODING ALONG THE SAPPA CREEK DRAINAGE.
THE FLASH FLOODING PRODUCED $10K IN DAMAGE TO GRAVEL ROADS IN THE AREA.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 291201
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT WED JUL 29 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 1998, LATE AFTERNOON AND EARLY EVENING SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS PRODUCED
LARGE HAIL AND STRONG WINDS ACROSS PARTS OF NORTHWEST KANSAS. SEVERAL COUNTIES
REPORTED TREES LIMBS OF UP TO 5 INCHES IN DIAMETER BROKEN AS THE STORMS
MOVED THROUGH THE AREA. TWO TO FOUR INCHES OF RAIN FELL ACROSS DECATUR AND
RAWLINS COUNTIES LEADING TO FLASH FLOODING ALONG THE SAPPA CREEK DRAINAGE.
THE FLASH FLOODING PRODUCED $10K IN DAMAGE TO GRAVEL ROADS IN THE AREA.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 291201
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT WED JUL 29 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 1998, LATE AFTERNOON AND EARLY EVENING SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS PRODUCED
LARGE HAIL AND STRONG WINDS ACROSS PARTS OF NORTHWEST KANSAS. SEVERAL COUNTIES
REPORTED TREES LIMBS OF UP TO 5 INCHES IN DIAMETER BROKEN AS THE STORMS
MOVED THROUGH THE AREA. TWO TO FOUR INCHES OF RAIN FELL ACROSS DECATUR AND
RAWLINS COUNTIES LEADING TO FLASH FLOODING ALONG THE SAPPA CREEK DRAINAGE.
THE FLASH FLOODING PRODUCED $10K IN DAMAGE TO GRAVEL ROADS IN THE AREA.

$$



000
NOUS43 KGLD 291201
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT WED JUL 29 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 1998, LATE AFTERNOON AND EARLY EVENING SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS PRODUCED
LARGE HAIL AND STRONG WINDS ACROSS PARTS OF NORTHWEST KANSAS. SEVERAL COUNTIES
REPORTED TREES LIMBS OF UP TO 5 INCHES IN DIAMETER BROKEN AS THE STORMS
MOVED THROUGH THE AREA. TWO TO FOUR INCHES OF RAIN FELL ACROSS DECATUR AND
RAWLINS COUNTIES LEADING TO FLASH FLOODING ALONG THE SAPPA CREEK DRAINAGE.
THE FLASH FLOODING PRODUCED $10K IN DAMAGE TO GRAVEL ROADS IN THE AREA.

$$



000
NOAK47 PAJK 291049
PNSAJK

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE  JUNEAU AK
0245 AM AKDT WED JUL 29 2015

...RECORD PRECIPITATION ON TUESDAY JULY 28TH...

LOCATIONNEW RECORD   OLD RECORD   YEAR SET

SNETTISHAM       3.31          2.70         2004
EAGLECREST BASE  1.86          1.46         2011
POINT BAKER      1.08          1.06         2014

ALL VALUES REPORTED IN INCHES. RECORD REPORTS FOR THESE STATIONS MAY NOT
BE AS MEANINGFUL AS THOSE FOR STATIONS WITH 30-YEAR DECADAL NORMALS
(1981-2010).

DEL JUL 15




000
NOUS43 KTOP 282300
PNSTOP
PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
600 PM CDT TUE JUL 28 2015

 ...STORM SAFETY INFORMATION....

A Severe weather watch has been issued by the National Weather Service
in Topeka for a portion of Kansas.  In the interest of public safety,
the following safety information is provided.

A watch means conditions are favorable for severe weather development
within the watch area. There is no cause for immediate concern, and you may
go about your normal business. Stay informed of the weather situation.
Know your county, nearby cities, and local landmarks whether at home or
on the road. Listen to weather radio or local media for updated weather
information.

A warning means a severe thunderstorm or tornado has been observed or is
indicated by Doppler weather radar.  If a warning is issued for your
location, immediately put your emergency safety plan into action.

...SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS MAY PRODUCE...

Strong damaging winds...damaging downburst winds associated with a severe
thunderstorm will be greater than 60 mph. Go indoors or into a basement
or storm shelter and stay away from windows.

Large hail...destructive hail associated with a severe thunderstorm will be
greater than one inch in diameter. Go indoors or into a basement and stay
away from windows.

Heavy rain...heavy rain may produce flash flooding quickly. Avoid low lying
and poor drainage areas. Be cautious when driving at night as roads could be
washed out.  Turn around, don`t drown.

Deadly lightning...Lightning is a an underrated killer.  When lightning
threatens, get indoors and away from windows, stay away from trees or towers
and avoid lakes and boats.

Tornadoes...Tornadoes are natures most violent storms. The best shelters are
a basement or underground storm shelter on the lowest floor in the middle of
the building, or in an interior hallway or designated shelter area.  Avoid
windows, mobile homes and large open spaces like a gymnasium or auditorium.
If on the road, drive to find safe shelter.  As a last resort either abandon
vehicles and get into a ditch or stay belted in your vehicle crouched below
the window line.

Again, stay informed of the weather situation. Know your county, nearby cities,
and local landmarks whether at home or on the road.

Listen to weather radio or local media for updated weather information.

$$


000
NOUS43 KTOP 282300
PNSTOP
PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
600 PM CDT TUE JUL 28 2015

 ...STORM SAFETY INFORMATION....

A Severe weather watch has been issued by the National Weather Service
in Topeka for a portion of Kansas.  In the interest of public safety,
the following safety information is provided.

A watch means conditions are favorable for severe weather development
within the watch area. There is no cause for immediate concern, and you may
go about your normal business. Stay informed of the weather situation.
Know your county, nearby cities, and local landmarks whether at home or
on the road. Listen to weather radio or local media for updated weather
information.

A warning means a severe thunderstorm or tornado has been observed or is
indicated by Doppler weather radar.  If a warning is issued for your
location, immediately put your emergency safety plan into action.

...SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS MAY PRODUCE...

Strong damaging winds...damaging downburst winds associated with a severe
thunderstorm will be greater than 60 mph. Go indoors or into a basement
or storm shelter and stay away from windows.

Large hail...destructive hail associated with a severe thunderstorm will be
greater than one inch in diameter. Go indoors or into a basement and stay
away from windows.

Heavy rain...heavy rain may produce flash flooding quickly. Avoid low lying
and poor drainage areas. Be cautious when driving at night as roads could be
washed out.  Turn around, don`t drown.

Deadly lightning...Lightning is a an underrated killer.  When lightning
threatens, get indoors and away from windows, stay away from trees or towers
and avoid lakes and boats.

Tornadoes...Tornadoes are natures most violent storms. The best shelters are
a basement or underground storm shelter on the lowest floor in the middle of
the building, or in an interior hallway or designated shelter area.  Avoid
windows, mobile homes and large open spaces like a gymnasium or auditorium.
If on the road, drive to find safe shelter.  As a last resort either abandon
vehicles and get into a ditch or stay belted in your vehicle crouched below
the window line.

Again, stay informed of the weather situation. Know your county, nearby cities,
and local landmarks whether at home or on the road.

Listen to weather radio or local media for updated weather information.

$$



000
NOUS43 KTOP 282300
PNSTOP
PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
600 PM CDT TUE JUL 28 2015

 ...STORM SAFETY INFORMATION....

A Severe weather watch has been issued by the National Weather Service
in Topeka for a portion of Kansas.  In the interest of public safety,
the following safety information is provided.

A watch means conditions are favorable for severe weather development
within the watch area. There is no cause for immediate concern, and you may
go about your normal business. Stay informed of the weather situation.
Know your county, nearby cities, and local landmarks whether at home or
on the road. Listen to weather radio or local media for updated weather
information.

A warning means a severe thunderstorm or tornado has been observed or is
indicated by Doppler weather radar.  If a warning is issued for your
location, immediately put your emergency safety plan into action.

...SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS MAY PRODUCE...

Strong damaging winds...damaging downburst winds associated with a severe
thunderstorm will be greater than 60 mph. Go indoors or into a basement
or storm shelter and stay away from windows.

Large hail...destructive hail associated with a severe thunderstorm will be
greater than one inch in diameter. Go indoors or into a basement and stay
away from windows.

Heavy rain...heavy rain may produce flash flooding quickly. Avoid low lying
and poor drainage areas. Be cautious when driving at night as roads could be
washed out.  Turn around, don`t drown.

Deadly lightning...Lightning is a an underrated killer.  When lightning
threatens, get indoors and away from windows, stay away from trees or towers
and avoid lakes and boats.

Tornadoes...Tornadoes are natures most violent storms. The best shelters are
a basement or underground storm shelter on the lowest floor in the middle of
the building, or in an interior hallway or designated shelter area.  Avoid
windows, mobile homes and large open spaces like a gymnasium or auditorium.
If on the road, drive to find safe shelter.  As a last resort either abandon
vehicles and get into a ditch or stay belted in your vehicle crouched below
the window line.

Again, stay informed of the weather situation. Know your county, nearby cities,
and local landmarks whether at home or on the road.

Listen to weather radio or local media for updated weather information.

$$



000
NOUS43 KTOP 282300
PNSTOP
PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
600 PM CDT TUE JUL 28 2015

 ...STORM SAFETY INFORMATION....

A Severe weather watch has been issued by the National Weather Service
in Topeka for a portion of Kansas.  In the interest of public safety,
the following safety information is provided.

A watch means conditions are favorable for severe weather development
within the watch area. There is no cause for immediate concern, and you may
go about your normal business. Stay informed of the weather situation.
Know your county, nearby cities, and local landmarks whether at home or
on the road. Listen to weather radio or local media for updated weather
information.

A warning means a severe thunderstorm or tornado has been observed or is
indicated by Doppler weather radar.  If a warning is issued for your
location, immediately put your emergency safety plan into action.

...SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS MAY PRODUCE...

Strong damaging winds...damaging downburst winds associated with a severe
thunderstorm will be greater than 60 mph. Go indoors or into a basement
or storm shelter and stay away from windows.

Large hail...destructive hail associated with a severe thunderstorm will be
greater than one inch in diameter. Go indoors or into a basement and stay
away from windows.

Heavy rain...heavy rain may produce flash flooding quickly. Avoid low lying
and poor drainage areas. Be cautious when driving at night as roads could be
washed out.  Turn around, don`t drown.

Deadly lightning...Lightning is a an underrated killer.  When lightning
threatens, get indoors and away from windows, stay away from trees or towers
and avoid lakes and boats.

Tornadoes...Tornadoes are natures most violent storms. The best shelters are
a basement or underground storm shelter on the lowest floor in the middle of
the building, or in an interior hallway or designated shelter area.  Avoid
windows, mobile homes and large open spaces like a gymnasium or auditorium.
If on the road, drive to find safe shelter.  As a last resort either abandon
vehicles and get into a ditch or stay belted in your vehicle crouched below
the window line.

Again, stay informed of the weather situation. Know your county, nearby cities,
and local landmarks whether at home or on the road.

Listen to weather radio or local media for updated weather information.

$$


000
NOUS45 KGJT 281914
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
113 PM MDT TUE JUL 28 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION REPORTS FROM
WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH, ENDING TUESDAY MORNING AT THE
TIMES NOTED WITH EACH REPORT. AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.


**********************24 HOUR PRECIPITATION**********************

LOCATION              24 HOUR     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     PRECIPITATION           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

COLORADO

...ARCHULETA COUNTY...
   PAGOSA SPRINGS 4.2 W  0.02   712 AM  7/28  COCORAHS

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N   0.02   656 AM  7/28  COCORAHS
   GOTHIC                0.02   800 AM  7/28  UNOFFICIAL STATION

...LA PLATA COUNTY...
   IGNACIO 2.9 N         0.02   800 AM  7/28  COCORAHS

...OURAY COUNTY...
   RIDGWAY               0.01   825 AM  7/28  W CO COOP SITE

...ROUTT COUNTY...
   YAMPA 5.1 S           0.09   811 AM  7/28  COCORAHS

$$

MMS


000
NOUS41 KWBC 281254
PNSWSH

Public Information Notice
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
855 AM EDT Tue Jul 28 2015

To:        Subscribers:
           -Family of Services
           -NOAA Weather Wire Service
           -Emergency Managers Weather Information Network
           -NOAAPort
           Other NWS Partners and NWS Employees

From:      Heath Hockenberry
           Acting Chief, Severe, Fire, Public and Winter
             Services Branch

Subject:   Soliciting Comments through August 31, 2015, on Change to
           P-VTEC Line(s)and Associated Headline(s)when Upgrading from
           Winter Storm Warning or Lake Effect Snow Warning to Ice Storm
           and Blizzard Warning

NWS is accepting comments on changing some of the P-VTEC line(s) and
headlines in the Winter Weather Watches, Warnings and Advisories product
(WSW). The proposed change is summarized below:

When a Winter Storm Warning or Lake Effect Snow Warning is upgraded to an
Ice Storm or Blizzard Warning for the same geographical area, the WSW
segment will now contain only one headline and two P-VTEC lines. The
headline will list the new warning only. The first P-VTEC line will use
the UPG action code to show the old Winter Storm or Lake Effect Snow
Warning being upgraded. The second P-VTEC line will use the NEW action
code to start the new Ice Storm or Blizzard Warning.

This proposed change is expected to more accurately reflect and more
effectively relay automated communication of winter weather warning
information.

For example, under current policy, the following P-VTEC lines and
headlines are disseminated when a Winter Storm Warning is changed to an
Ice Storm Warning for the same geographical area:

/O.CAN.KOUN.WS.W.0005.000000T0000Z-010129T0000Z/ (P-VTEC line 1)
/O.NEW.KOUN.IS.W.0005.010128T1030Z-010129T0000Z/ (P-VTEC line 2)

...Winter Storm Warning is Cancelled...
...Ice Storm Warning in Effect Until 6pm CST Sunday...

Under the proposed change, the following P-VTEC lines and headline will be
disseminated when a Winter Storm Warning is upgraded to an Ice Storm
Warning for the same geographical area:

/O.UPG.KOUN.WS.W.0005.000000T0000Z-010129T0000Z/ (P-VTEC line 1)
/O.NEW.KOUN.IS.W.0005.010128T1030Z-010129T0000Z/ (P-VTEC line 2)

...Ice Storm Warning in Effect Until 6pm CST Sunday...

The example shown above would be identical when upgrading from a Winter
Storm Warning to a Blizzard Warning and when upgrading from a Lake Effect
Snow Warning to an Ice Storm or Blizzard Warning. No other changes are
being proposed to the WSW product at this time.

Please submit questions or comments to:

  David Soroka
  NWS Winter Weather Program Leader
  david.soroka@noaa.gov
  301-427-9346

National Weather Service Public Information Statements are online at:

  http://www.weather.gov/os/notif.htm

$$



000
NOUS41 KWBC 281254
PNSWSH

Public Information Notice
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
855 AM EDT Tue Jul 28 2015

To:        Subscribers:
           -Family of Services
           -NOAA Weather Wire Service
           -Emergency Managers Weather Information Network
           -NOAAPort
           Other NWS Partners and NWS Employees

From:      Heath Hockenberry
           Acting Chief, Severe, Fire, Public and Winter
             Services Branch

Subject:   Soliciting Comments through August 31, 2015, on Change to
           P-VTEC Line(s)and Associated Headline(s)when Upgrading from
           Winter Storm Warning or Lake Effect Snow Warning to Ice Storm
           and Blizzard Warning

NWS is accepting comments on changing some of the P-VTEC line(s) and
headlines in the Winter Weather Watches, Warnings and Advisories product
(WSW). The proposed change is summarized below:

When a Winter Storm Warning or Lake Effect Snow Warning is upgraded to an
Ice Storm or Blizzard Warning for the same geographical area, the WSW
segment will now contain only one headline and two P-VTEC lines. The
headline will list the new warning only. The first P-VTEC line will use
the UPG action code to show the old Winter Storm or Lake Effect Snow
Warning being upgraded. The second P-VTEC line will use the NEW action
code to start the new Ice Storm or Blizzard Warning.

This proposed change is expected to more accurately reflect and more
effectively relay automated communication of winter weather warning
information.

For example, under current policy, the following P-VTEC lines and
headlines are disseminated when a Winter Storm Warning is changed to an
Ice Storm Warning for the same geographical area:

/O.CAN.KOUN.WS.W.0005.000000T0000Z-010129T0000Z/ (P-VTEC line 1)
/O.NEW.KOUN.IS.W.0005.010128T1030Z-010129T0000Z/ (P-VTEC line 2)

...Winter Storm Warning is Cancelled...
...Ice Storm Warning in Effect Until 6pm CST Sunday...

Under the proposed change, the following P-VTEC lines and headline will be
disseminated when a Winter Storm Warning is upgraded to an Ice Storm
Warning for the same geographical area:

/O.UPG.KOUN.WS.W.0005.000000T0000Z-010129T0000Z/ (P-VTEC line 1)
/O.NEW.KOUN.IS.W.0005.010128T1030Z-010129T0000Z/ (P-VTEC line 2)

...Ice Storm Warning in Effect Until 6pm CST Sunday...

The example shown above would be identical when upgrading from a Winter
Storm Warning to a Blizzard Warning and when upgrading from a Lake Effect
Snow Warning to an Ice Storm or Blizzard Warning. No other changes are
being proposed to the WSW product at this time.

Please submit questions or comments to:

  David Soroka
  NWS Winter Weather Program Leader
  david.soroka@noaa.gov
  301-427-9346

National Weather Service Public Information Statements are online at:

  http://www.weather.gov/os/notif.htm

$$


000
NOUS41 KWBC 281254
PNSWSH

Public Information Notice
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
855 AM EDT Tue Jul 28 2015

To:        Subscribers:
           -Family of Services
           -NOAA Weather Wire Service
           -Emergency Managers Weather Information Network
           -NOAAPort
           Other NWS Partners and NWS Employees

From:      Heath Hockenberry
           Acting Chief, Severe, Fire, Public and Winter
             Services Branch

Subject:   Soliciting Comments through August 31, 2015, on Change to
           P-VTEC Line(s)and Associated Headline(s)when Upgrading from
           Winter Storm Warning or Lake Effect Snow Warning to Ice Storm
           and Blizzard Warning

NWS is accepting comments on changing some of the P-VTEC line(s) and
headlines in the Winter Weather Watches, Warnings and Advisories product
(WSW). The proposed change is summarized below:

When a Winter Storm Warning or Lake Effect Snow Warning is upgraded to an
Ice Storm or Blizzard Warning for the same geographical area, the WSW
segment will now contain only one headline and two P-VTEC lines. The
headline will list the new warning only. The first P-VTEC line will use
the UPG action code to show the old Winter Storm or Lake Effect Snow
Warning being upgraded. The second P-VTEC line will use the NEW action
code to start the new Ice Storm or Blizzard Warning.

This proposed change is expected to more accurately reflect and more
effectively relay automated communication of winter weather warning
information.

For example, under current policy, the following P-VTEC lines and
headlines are disseminated when a Winter Storm Warning is changed to an
Ice Storm Warning for the same geographical area:

/O.CAN.KOUN.WS.W.0005.000000T0000Z-010129T0000Z/ (P-VTEC line 1)
/O.NEW.KOUN.IS.W.0005.010128T1030Z-010129T0000Z/ (P-VTEC line 2)

...Winter Storm Warning is Cancelled...
...Ice Storm Warning in Effect Until 6pm CST Sunday...

Under the proposed change, the following P-VTEC lines and headline will be
disseminated when a Winter Storm Warning is upgraded to an Ice Storm
Warning for the same geographical area:

/O.UPG.KOUN.WS.W.0005.000000T0000Z-010129T0000Z/ (P-VTEC line 1)
/O.NEW.KOUN.IS.W.0005.010128T1030Z-010129T0000Z/ (P-VTEC line 2)

...Ice Storm Warning in Effect Until 6pm CST Sunday...

The example shown above would be identical when upgrading from a Winter
Storm Warning to a Blizzard Warning and when upgrading from a Lake Effect
Snow Warning to an Ice Storm or Blizzard Warning. No other changes are
being proposed to the WSW product at this time.

Please submit questions or comments to:

  David Soroka
  NWS Winter Weather Program Leader
  david.soroka@noaa.gov
  301-427-9346

National Weather Service Public Information Statements are online at:

  http://www.weather.gov/os/notif.htm

$$


000
NOUS41 KWBC 281254
PNSWSH

Public Information Notice
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
855 AM EDT Tue Jul 28 2015

To:        Subscribers:
           -Family of Services
           -NOAA Weather Wire Service
           -Emergency Managers Weather Information Network
           -NOAAPort
           Other NWS Partners and NWS Employees

From:      Heath Hockenberry
           Acting Chief, Severe, Fire, Public and Winter
             Services Branch

Subject:   Soliciting Comments through August 31, 2015, on Change to
           P-VTEC Line(s)and Associated Headline(s)when Upgrading from
           Winter Storm Warning or Lake Effect Snow Warning to Ice Storm
           and Blizzard Warning

NWS is accepting comments on changing some of the P-VTEC line(s) and
headlines in the Winter Weather Watches, Warnings and Advisories product
(WSW). The proposed change is summarized below:

When a Winter Storm Warning or Lake Effect Snow Warning is upgraded to an
Ice Storm or Blizzard Warning for the same geographical area, the WSW
segment will now contain only one headline and two P-VTEC lines. The
headline will list the new warning only. The first P-VTEC line will use
the UPG action code to show the old Winter Storm or Lake Effect Snow
Warning being upgraded. The second P-VTEC line will use the NEW action
code to start the new Ice Storm or Blizzard Warning.

This proposed change is expected to more accurately reflect and more
effectively relay automated communication of winter weather warning
information.

For example, under current policy, the following P-VTEC lines and
headlines are disseminated when a Winter Storm Warning is changed to an
Ice Storm Warning for the same geographical area:

/O.CAN.KOUN.WS.W.0005.000000T0000Z-010129T0000Z/ (P-VTEC line 1)
/O.NEW.KOUN.IS.W.0005.010128T1030Z-010129T0000Z/ (P-VTEC line 2)

...Winter Storm Warning is Cancelled...
...Ice Storm Warning in Effect Until 6pm CST Sunday...

Under the proposed change, the following P-VTEC lines and headline will be
disseminated when a Winter Storm Warning is upgraded to an Ice Storm
Warning for the same geographical area:

/O.UPG.KOUN.WS.W.0005.000000T0000Z-010129T0000Z/ (P-VTEC line 1)
/O.NEW.KOUN.IS.W.0005.010128T1030Z-010129T0000Z/ (P-VTEC line 2)

...Ice Storm Warning in Effect Until 6pm CST Sunday...

The example shown above would be identical when upgrading from a Winter
Storm Warning to a Blizzard Warning and when upgrading from a Lake Effect
Snow Warning to an Ice Storm or Blizzard Warning. No other changes are
being proposed to the WSW product at this time.

Please submit questions or comments to:

  David Soroka
  NWS Winter Weather Program Leader
  david.soroka@noaa.gov
  301-427-9346

National Weather Service Public Information Statements are online at:

  http://www.weather.gov/os/notif.htm

$$


000
NOUS41 KWBC 281254
PNSWSH

Public Information Notice
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
855 AM EDT Tue Jul 28 2015

To:        Subscribers:
           -Family of Services
           -NOAA Weather Wire Service
           -Emergency Managers Weather Information Network
           -NOAAPort
           Other NWS Partners and NWS Employees

From:      Heath Hockenberry
           Acting Chief, Severe, Fire, Public and Winter
             Services Branch

Subject:   Soliciting Comments through August 31, 2015, on Change to
           P-VTEC Line(s)and Associated Headline(s)when Upgrading from
           Winter Storm Warning or Lake Effect Snow Warning to Ice Storm
           and Blizzard Warning

NWS is accepting comments on changing some of the P-VTEC line(s) and
headlines in the Winter Weather Watches, Warnings and Advisories product
(WSW). The proposed change is summarized below:

When a Winter Storm Warning or Lake Effect Snow Warning is upgraded to an
Ice Storm or Blizzard Warning for the same geographical area, the WSW
segment will now contain only one headline and two P-VTEC lines. The
headline will list the new warning only. The first P-VTEC line will use
the UPG action code to show the old Winter Storm or Lake Effect Snow
Warning being upgraded. The second P-VTEC line will use the NEW action
code to start the new Ice Storm or Blizzard Warning.

This proposed change is expected to more accurately reflect and more
effectively relay automated communication of winter weather warning
information.

For example, under current policy, the following P-VTEC lines and
headlines are disseminated when a Winter Storm Warning is changed to an
Ice Storm Warning for the same geographical area:

/O.CAN.KOUN.WS.W.0005.000000T0000Z-010129T0000Z/ (P-VTEC line 1)
/O.NEW.KOUN.IS.W.0005.010128T1030Z-010129T0000Z/ (P-VTEC line 2)

...Winter Storm Warning is Cancelled...
...Ice Storm Warning in Effect Until 6pm CST Sunday...

Under the proposed change, the following P-VTEC lines and headline will be
disseminated when a Winter Storm Warning is upgraded to an Ice Storm
Warning for the same geographical area:

/O.UPG.KOUN.WS.W.0005.000000T0000Z-010129T0000Z/ (P-VTEC line 1)
/O.NEW.KOUN.IS.W.0005.010128T1030Z-010129T0000Z/ (P-VTEC line 2)

...Ice Storm Warning in Effect Until 6pm CST Sunday...

The example shown above would be identical when upgrading from a Winter
Storm Warning to a Blizzard Warning and when upgrading from a Lake Effect
Snow Warning to an Ice Storm or Blizzard Warning. No other changes are
being proposed to the WSW product at this time.

Please submit questions or comments to:

  David Soroka
  NWS Winter Weather Program Leader
  david.soroka@noaa.gov
  301-427-9346

National Weather Service Public Information Statements are online at:

  http://www.weather.gov/os/notif.htm

$$


000
NOUS41 KWBC 281254
PNSWSH

Public Information Notice
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
855 AM EDT Tue Jul 28 2015

To:        Subscribers:
           -Family of Services
           -NOAA Weather Wire Service
           -Emergency Managers Weather Information Network
           -NOAAPort
           Other NWS Partners and NWS Employees

From:      Heath Hockenberry
           Acting Chief, Severe, Fire, Public and Winter
             Services Branch

Subject:   Soliciting Comments through August 31, 2015, on Change to
           P-VTEC Line(s)and Associated Headline(s)when Upgrading from
           Winter Storm Warning or Lake Effect Snow Warning to Ice Storm
           and Blizzard Warning

NWS is accepting comments on changing some of the P-VTEC line(s) and
headlines in the Winter Weather Watches, Warnings and Advisories product
(WSW). The proposed change is summarized below:

When a Winter Storm Warning or Lake Effect Snow Warning is upgraded to an
Ice Storm or Blizzard Warning for the same geographical area, the WSW
segment will now contain only one headline and two P-VTEC lines. The
headline will list the new warning only. The first P-VTEC line will use
the UPG action code to show the old Winter Storm or Lake Effect Snow
Warning being upgraded. The second P-VTEC line will use the NEW action
code to start the new Ice Storm or Blizzard Warning.

This proposed change is expected to more accurately reflect and more
effectively relay automated communication of winter weather warning
information.

For example, under current policy, the following P-VTEC lines and
headlines are disseminated when a Winter Storm Warning is changed to an
Ice Storm Warning for the same geographical area:

/O.CAN.KOUN.WS.W.0005.000000T0000Z-010129T0000Z/ (P-VTEC line 1)
/O.NEW.KOUN.IS.W.0005.010128T1030Z-010129T0000Z/ (P-VTEC line 2)

...Winter Storm Warning is Cancelled...
...Ice Storm Warning in Effect Until 6pm CST Sunday...

Under the proposed change, the following P-VTEC lines and headline will be
disseminated when a Winter Storm Warning is upgraded to an Ice Storm
Warning for the same geographical area:

/O.UPG.KOUN.WS.W.0005.000000T0000Z-010129T0000Z/ (P-VTEC line 1)
/O.NEW.KOUN.IS.W.0005.010128T1030Z-010129T0000Z/ (P-VTEC line 2)

...Ice Storm Warning in Effect Until 6pm CST Sunday...

The example shown above would be identical when upgrading from a Winter
Storm Warning to a Blizzard Warning and when upgrading from a Lake Effect
Snow Warning to an Ice Storm or Blizzard Warning. No other changes are
being proposed to the WSW product at this time.

Please submit questions or comments to:

  David Soroka
  NWS Winter Weather Program Leader
  david.soroka@noaa.gov
  301-427-9346

National Weather Service Public Information Statements are online at:

  http://www.weather.gov/os/notif.htm

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 281200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT TUE JUL 28 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 2002, DROUGHT CONDITIONS WORSENED FROM EXTREME TO EXCEPTIONAL
DURING THE MONTH OF JULY ACROSS THE TRI STATE AREA. HOT
TEMPERATURES AND MUCH BELOW NORMAL RAINFALL DURING THE MONTH
CONTINUED TO STRESS CROPS AND LIVESTOCK IN THE AREA.

IN 2011, STRONG THUNDERSTORMS RUMBLED ACROSS THE TRI-STATE AREA
DURING THE AFTERNOON AND EVENING, RESULTING IN FLASH FLOODING
NEAR WILD HORSE, COLORADO AND NEAR HILL CITY, KANSAS. IN NORTHERN
SHERMAN COUNTY, AN OFF-DUTY NWS EMPLOYEE REPORTED WATER WAIST DEEP
FLOWING ACROSS THE COUNTY ROAD NEAR HIS RESIDENCE.

$$



000
NOUS43 KGLD 281200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT TUE JUL 28 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 2002, DROUGHT CONDITIONS WORSENED FROM EXTREME TO EXCEPTIONAL
DURING THE MONTH OF JULY ACROSS THE TRI STATE AREA. HOT
TEMPERATURES AND MUCH BELOW NORMAL RAINFALL DURING THE MONTH
CONTINUED TO STRESS CROPS AND LIVESTOCK IN THE AREA.

IN 2011, STRONG THUNDERSTORMS RUMBLED ACROSS THE TRI-STATE AREA
DURING THE AFTERNOON AND EVENING, RESULTING IN FLASH FLOODING
NEAR WILD HORSE, COLORADO AND NEAR HILL CITY, KANSAS. IN NORTHERN
SHERMAN COUNTY, AN OFF-DUTY NWS EMPLOYEE REPORTED WATER WAIST DEEP
FLOWING ACROSS THE COUNTY ROAD NEAR HIS RESIDENCE.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 281200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT TUE JUL 28 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 2002, DROUGHT CONDITIONS WORSENED FROM EXTREME TO EXCEPTIONAL
DURING THE MONTH OF JULY ACROSS THE TRI STATE AREA. HOT
TEMPERATURES AND MUCH BELOW NORMAL RAINFALL DURING THE MONTH
CONTINUED TO STRESS CROPS AND LIVESTOCK IN THE AREA.

IN 2011, STRONG THUNDERSTORMS RUMBLED ACROSS THE TRI-STATE AREA
DURING THE AFTERNOON AND EVENING, RESULTING IN FLASH FLOODING
NEAR WILD HORSE, COLORADO AND NEAR HILL CITY, KANSAS. IN NORTHERN
SHERMAN COUNTY, AN OFF-DUTY NWS EMPLOYEE REPORTED WATER WAIST DEEP
FLOWING ACROSS THE COUNTY ROAD NEAR HIS RESIDENCE.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 281200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT TUE JUL 28 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 2002, DROUGHT CONDITIONS WORSENED FROM EXTREME TO EXCEPTIONAL
DURING THE MONTH OF JULY ACROSS THE TRI STATE AREA. HOT
TEMPERATURES AND MUCH BELOW NORMAL RAINFALL DURING THE MONTH
CONTINUED TO STRESS CROPS AND LIVESTOCK IN THE AREA.

IN 2011, STRONG THUNDERSTORMS RUMBLED ACROSS THE TRI-STATE AREA
DURING THE AFTERNOON AND EVENING, RESULTING IN FLASH FLOODING
NEAR WILD HORSE, COLORADO AND NEAR HILL CITY, KANSAS. IN NORTHERN
SHERMAN COUNTY, AN OFF-DUTY NWS EMPLOYEE REPORTED WATER WAIST DEEP
FLOWING ACROSS THE COUNTY ROAD NEAR HIS RESIDENCE.

$$



000
NOUS46 KOTX 271533
PNSOTX
IDZ001>004-026-027-WAZ031>038-041>044-251830-

Public Information Statement
National Weather Service Spokane WA
830 AM PDT MON JUL 27 2015

...PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...

NOAA WEATHER RADIO STATIONS ORIGINATING FROM THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE OFFICE IN SPOKANE WA...WXL86 SPOKANE...WXM48 WENATCHEE...
WWF49 OKANOGAN...WXK98 LEWISTON...KXI82 GRANGEVILLE...WZ25 35
OROFINO...AND WWG99 BONNERS FERRY WILL EXPERIENCE INTERMITTENT
OUTAGES TODAY...JULY 27TH...BETWEEN 9 AM AND 1 PM...FOR SCHEDULED
MAINTENANCE.

IF WEATHER WARNINGS ARE REQUIRED DURING THIS PERIOD...NOAA
WEATHER RADIO WILL RESUME BROADCASTS AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.

$$



000
NOUS46 KOTX 271533
PNSOTX
IDZ001>004-026-027-WAZ031>038-041>044-251830-

Public Information Statement
National Weather Service Spokane WA
830 AM PDT MON JUL 27 2015

...PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...

NOAA WEATHER RADIO STATIONS ORIGINATING FROM THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE OFFICE IN SPOKANE WA...WXL86 SPOKANE...WXM48 WENATCHEE...
WWF49 OKANOGAN...WXK98 LEWISTON...KXI82 GRANGEVILLE...WZ25 35
OROFINO...AND WWG99 BONNERS FERRY WILL EXPERIENCE INTERMITTENT
OUTAGES TODAY...JULY 27TH...BETWEEN 9 AM AND 1 PM...FOR SCHEDULED
MAINTENANCE.

IF WEATHER WARNINGS ARE REQUIRED DURING THIS PERIOD...NOAA
WEATHER RADIO WILL RESUME BROADCASTS AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.

$$



000
NOUS46 KOTX 271533
PNSOTX
IDZ001>004-026-027-WAZ031>038-041>044-251830-

Public Information Statement
National Weather Service Spokane WA
830 AM PDT MON JUL 27 2015

...PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...

NOAA WEATHER RADIO STATIONS ORIGINATING FROM THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE OFFICE IN SPOKANE WA...WXL86 SPOKANE...WXM48 WENATCHEE...
WWF49 OKANOGAN...WXK98 LEWISTON...KXI82 GRANGEVILLE...WZ25 35
OROFINO...AND WWG99 BONNERS FERRY WILL EXPERIENCE INTERMITTENT
OUTAGES TODAY...JULY 27TH...BETWEEN 9 AM AND 1 PM...FOR SCHEDULED
MAINTENANCE.

IF WEATHER WARNINGS ARE REQUIRED DURING THIS PERIOD...NOAA
WEATHER RADIO WILL RESUME BROADCASTS AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.

$$


000
NOUS41 KWBC 271516
PNSWSH

Technical Implementation Notice 15-38
NOAA National Ocean Service Headquarters Washington DC
Relayed by National Weather Service Washington DC
1118 AM EDT Mon Jul 27 2015

To:       Subscribers:
          -Family of Services
          -NOAA Weather Wire Service
          -Emergency Managers Weather Information Network
          -NOAAPORT
           Other NWS and NOS partners and NWS and NOS employees

From:     Pat Burke
          Chief, Oceanographic Division
          NOS Center for Operational Oceanographic Products
          and Services (CO-OPS)

Subject:  Updating National Ocean Service Oceanographic Forecast
          Modeling Systems Effective October 6, 2015

Effective October 6, 2015 beginning at 15Z Coordinated Universal
Time (UTC) (10AM EST), updates of National Ocean Service
Operational Forecast Systems will be implemented on NOAA`s Weather
Climate Operational Supercomputing System (WCOSS) operated by NCEP
Central Operations (NCO). The updates include ROMS and FVCOM
version updating and shared framework (COMF) updates. COMF updates
include using NCO standard module files and other enhancements. The
details of this implementation are:

1. ROMS version Updates for CBOFS, DBOFS, and TBOFS

The core ocean model currently used for CBOFS, DBOFS and TBOFS
is ROMS3.6 v90 released in 2007, which is no longer supported by
ROMS developers at Rutgers University. The latest ROMS3.7
Version 766, released in June 2015, will replace the ROMS
version 90. Version 766 includes many bug fixes in ROMS version
90 and adds new features.

The horizontal and vertical mixing schemes for tracers are
replaced by Fourth-order Akima advection based on
recommendations of ROMS developers and semi-operational testing
results. A new option of C-preprocessor (CPP) in the surface
heat flux boundary condition subroutine (set_vbc.F) was
developed by Rutgers University to prevent the water temperature
decreasing beyond the freezing point of seawater (when a sea ice
model is not active). This option was tested by the CO-OPS
Modeling team using CBOFS and DBOFS and the expected results
were achieved. This option is critical for Cook Inlet OFS
(CIOFS), which will be implemented in FY16. There are not major
changes regarding hydrodynamics and physics in this version
compared with ROMS3.6 version 90. Therefore, the results
obtained from using ROMS3.6 and ROMS3.7 are similar for CBOFS,
DBOFS and TBOFS. There are no changes of CBOFS, DBOFS and TBOFS
products (e.g., file name and contents, deliver time, etc.) for
end users.

2. FVCOM version updates for NGOFS, NEGOFS, NWGOFS, and SFBOFS

FVCOM version updates will resolve and enhance the following
features:
a. Fix the jetty bug in the present FVCOM version used by NWGOFS
(vertvl_edge.F) which will currently impact NWGOFS. This bug
causes modeled water temperature near jetties to be
unrealistically cold for NWGOFS
b. Resolve repeatability issue, important for FVCOM model
failure debugging
c. Add a new module to calculate heat flux for Great Lakes OFS
(mod_solar.F)
d. Add similar feature as in ROMS to prevent the water
temperature decreasing beyond the freezing point of water when
an ice model is not active
e. Implement other enhancements required by FVCOM-based Lake
Erie OFS implementation

Gridded and point forecast guidance from parallel runs will be
available in netCDF files on the NCEP NOMADS server
(para.nomads.ncep.noaa.gov) in the directory,

/pub/data/nccf/com/nos/para/

Graphics products are displayed on the CO-OPS web page at

http://tidesandcurrents.noaa.gov/ofs/dev/{OFS}/{OFS}.html

Where OFS is cbofs, dbofs, tbofs, ngofs, sfbofs, etc.

For concerning these changes, please contact:
Dr. Aijun Zhang
NOS/CO-OPS
Silver Spring, MD
Email: Aijun.Zhang@noaa.gov

For questions regarding the dataflow aspects with respect to the
NCEP FTP server, please contact:
Rebecca Cosgrove
NCEP/NCO Dataflow Team
College Park, MD
Email: ncep.list.pmb-dataflow@noaa.gov

National Technical Information Notices are online at:

http://www.weather.gov/os/notif.htm

$$



000
NOUS41 KWBC 271516
PNSWSH

Technical Implementation Notice 15-38
NOAA National Ocean Service Headquarters Washington DC
Relayed by National Weather Service Washington DC
1118 AM EDT Mon Jul 27 2015

To:       Subscribers:
          -Family of Services
          -NOAA Weather Wire Service
          -Emergency Managers Weather Information Network
          -NOAAPORT
           Other NWS and NOS partners and NWS and NOS employees

From:     Pat Burke
          Chief, Oceanographic Division
          NOS Center for Operational Oceanographic Products
          and Services (CO-OPS)

Subject:  Updating National Ocean Service Oceanographic Forecast
          Modeling Systems Effective October 6, 2015

Effective October 6, 2015 beginning at 15Z Coordinated Universal
Time (UTC) (10AM EST), updates of National Ocean Service
Operational Forecast Systems will be implemented on NOAA`s Weather
Climate Operational Supercomputing System (WCOSS) operated by NCEP
Central Operations (NCO). The updates include ROMS and FVCOM
version updating and shared framework (COMF) updates. COMF updates
include using NCO standard module files and other enhancements. The
details of this implementation are:

1. ROMS version Updates for CBOFS, DBOFS, and TBOFS

The core ocean model currently used for CBOFS, DBOFS and TBOFS
is ROMS3.6 v90 released in 2007, which is no longer supported by
ROMS developers at Rutgers University. The latest ROMS3.7
Version 766, released in June 2015, will replace the ROMS
version 90. Version 766 includes many bug fixes in ROMS version
90 and adds new features.

The horizontal and vertical mixing schemes for tracers are
replaced by Fourth-order Akima advection based on
recommendations of ROMS developers and semi-operational testing
results. A new option of C-preprocessor (CPP) in the surface
heat flux boundary condition subroutine (set_vbc.F) was
developed by Rutgers University to prevent the water temperature
decreasing beyond the freezing point of seawater (when a sea ice
model is not active). This option was tested by the CO-OPS
Modeling team using CBOFS and DBOFS and the expected results
were achieved. This option is critical for Cook Inlet OFS
(CIOFS), which will be implemented in FY16. There are not major
changes regarding hydrodynamics and physics in this version
compared with ROMS3.6 version 90. Therefore, the results
obtained from using ROMS3.6 and ROMS3.7 are similar for CBOFS,
DBOFS and TBOFS. There are no changes of CBOFS, DBOFS and TBOFS
products (e.g., file name and contents, deliver time, etc.) for
end users.

2. FVCOM version updates for NGOFS, NEGOFS, NWGOFS, and SFBOFS

FVCOM version updates will resolve and enhance the following
features:
a. Fix the jetty bug in the present FVCOM version used by NWGOFS
(vertvl_edge.F) which will currently impact NWGOFS. This bug
causes modeled water temperature near jetties to be
unrealistically cold for NWGOFS
b. Resolve repeatability issue, important for FVCOM model
failure debugging
c. Add a new module to calculate heat flux for Great Lakes OFS
(mod_solar.F)
d. Add similar feature as in ROMS to prevent the water
temperature decreasing beyond the freezing point of water when
an ice model is not active
e. Implement other enhancements required by FVCOM-based Lake
Erie OFS implementation

Gridded and point forecast guidance from parallel runs will be
available in netCDF files on the NCEP NOMADS server
(para.nomads.ncep.noaa.gov) in the directory,

/pub/data/nccf/com/nos/para/

Graphics products are displayed on the CO-OPS web page at

http://tidesandcurrents.noaa.gov/ofs/dev/{OFS}/{OFS}.html

Where OFS is cbofs, dbofs, tbofs, ngofs, sfbofs, etc.

For concerning these changes, please contact:
Dr. Aijun Zhang
NOS/CO-OPS
Silver Spring, MD
Email: Aijun.Zhang@noaa.gov

For questions regarding the dataflow aspects with respect to the
NCEP FTP server, please contact:
Rebecca Cosgrove
NCEP/NCO Dataflow Team
College Park, MD
Email: ncep.list.pmb-dataflow@noaa.gov

National Technical Information Notices are online at:

http://www.weather.gov/os/notif.htm

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 271201
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT MON JUL 27 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 1997, A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM IN STRATTON COLORADO PRODUCED HAIL
UP TO GOLF BALL SIZE, DAMAGING ROOFS, WINDOWS, SIDING, AND
AUTOS. PROPERTY LOSSES WERE ESTIMATED AT HALF A MILLION DOLLARS.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 271201
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT MON JUL 27 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 1997, A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM IN STRATTON COLORADO PRODUCED HAIL
UP TO GOLF BALL SIZE, DAMAGING ROOFS, WINDOWS, SIDING, AND
AUTOS. PROPERTY LOSSES WERE ESTIMATED AT HALF A MILLION DOLLARS.

$$



000
NOUS43 KGLD 271201
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT MON JUL 27 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 1997, A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM IN STRATTON COLORADO PRODUCED HAIL
UP TO GOLF BALL SIZE, DAMAGING ROOFS, WINDOWS, SIDING, AND
AUTOS. PROPERTY LOSSES WERE ESTIMATED AT HALF A MILLION DOLLARS.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 271201
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT MON JUL 27 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 1997, A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM IN STRATTON COLORADO PRODUCED HAIL
UP TO GOLF BALL SIZE, DAMAGING ROOFS, WINDOWS, SIDING, AND
AUTOS. PROPERTY LOSSES WERE ESTIMATED AT HALF A MILLION DOLLARS.

$$



000
NOUS44 KFWD 262118
PNSDFW
TXZ102>104-116>121-131>134-200300-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORT WORTH TX
405 PM CDT SUN JUL 26 2015

...DFW REACHES 100 DEGREES FOR THE FIRST TIME THIS YEAR...

AT 353 PM TODAY...DFW REACHED 100 DEGREES. THIS IS THE FIRST TIME
THIS YEAR THAT THE OFFICIAL DALLAS FORT WORTH SITE HAS REACHED 100
DEGREES.

THE LAST TIME THAT DFW REACHED 100 DEGREES WAS SEPTEMBER 10TH 2014.
DFW/S FIRST 100 DEGREE-DAY LAST YEAR WAS ON JULY 13TH AND FOR THE
YEAR THERE WERE 15 DAYS WITH HIGHS OF 100 DEGREES OR HIGHER.

DFW AVERAGES 18 100-DEGREE DAYS A YEAR. THERE HAVE BEEN AS MANY AS
71 100-DEGREE DAYS /BACK IN 2011/ AND THERE HAVE BEEN TWO YEARS WHEN
THE OFFICIAL DALLAS/FORT WORTH SITE DID NOT REACH 100-DEGREES: 1906
AND 1973. THE GREATEST NUMBER OF CONSECUTIVE 100-DEGREE DAYS IS 42
WHICH OCCURRED FROM JUNE 23RD THROUGH AUGUST 3RD 1980.

THE AVERAGE FIRST 100-DEGREE DAY AT DFW IS JUNE 30TH. THE OFFICIAL
DALLAS/FORT WORTH SITE HAS REACHED 100 DEGREES AS EARLY AS MARCH 9TH
/BACK IN 1911/.  THE LATEST FIRST OCCURRENCE OF 100 DEGREES IN A
YEAR IS AUGUST 23RD /IN 1989/. IT HAS REACHED 100 DEGREES AS LATE AS
OCTOBER 3RD /IN 1951/. THE AVERAGE LAST 100-DEGREE DATE IS AUGUST
26TH. RECORDS FOR THE OFFICIAL DALLAS/FORT WORTH SITE STARTED ON
SEPTEMBER 1ST 1898.  SINCE THEN...THERE HAVE ONLY BEEN 4 MONTHS THAT
HAVE NEVER REACHED 100 DEGREES: NOVEMBER...DECEMBER...JANUARY AND
FEBRUARY.

$$

92



000
NOUS44 KFWD 262118
PNSDFW
TXZ102>104-116>121-131>134-200300-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORT WORTH TX
405 PM CDT SUN JUL 26 2015

...DFW REACHES 100 DEGREES FOR THE FIRST TIME THIS YEAR...

AT 353 PM TODAY...DFW REACHED 100 DEGREES. THIS IS THE FIRST TIME
THIS YEAR THAT THE OFFICIAL DALLAS FORT WORTH SITE HAS REACHED 100
DEGREES.

THE LAST TIME THAT DFW REACHED 100 DEGREES WAS SEPTEMBER 10TH 2014.
DFW/S FIRST 100 DEGREE-DAY LAST YEAR WAS ON JULY 13TH AND FOR THE
YEAR THERE WERE 15 DAYS WITH HIGHS OF 100 DEGREES OR HIGHER.

DFW AVERAGES 18 100-DEGREE DAYS A YEAR. THERE HAVE BEEN AS MANY AS
71 100-DEGREE DAYS /BACK IN 2011/ AND THERE HAVE BEEN TWO YEARS WHEN
THE OFFICIAL DALLAS/FORT WORTH SITE DID NOT REACH 100-DEGREES: 1906
AND 1973. THE GREATEST NUMBER OF CONSECUTIVE 100-DEGREE DAYS IS 42
WHICH OCCURRED FROM JUNE 23RD THROUGH AUGUST 3RD 1980.

THE AVERAGE FIRST 100-DEGREE DAY AT DFW IS JUNE 30TH. THE OFFICIAL
DALLAS/FORT WORTH SITE HAS REACHED 100 DEGREES AS EARLY AS MARCH 9TH
/BACK IN 1911/.  THE LATEST FIRST OCCURRENCE OF 100 DEGREES IN A
YEAR IS AUGUST 23RD /IN 1989/. IT HAS REACHED 100 DEGREES AS LATE AS
OCTOBER 3RD /IN 1951/. THE AVERAGE LAST 100-DEGREE DATE IS AUGUST
26TH. RECORDS FOR THE OFFICIAL DALLAS/FORT WORTH SITE STARTED ON
SEPTEMBER 1ST 1898.  SINCE THEN...THERE HAVE ONLY BEEN 4 MONTHS THAT
HAVE NEVER REACHED 100 DEGREES: NOVEMBER...DECEMBER...JANUARY AND
FEBRUARY.

$$

92


000
NOUS44 KFWD 262108
PNSDFW

ZCZC FTWWRKPNS 191203
TTAA00 KFTW DDHHMM
TXZ102>104-116>121-131>134-200300-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORT WORTH TX
405 PM CDT SUN JUL 26 2015

...DFW REACHES 100 DEGREES FOR THE FIRST TIME THIS YEAR...

AT 353 PM TODAY...DFW REACHED 100 DEGREES. THIS IS THE FIRST TIME
THIS YEAR THAT THE OFFICIAL DALLAS FORT WORTH SITE HAS REACHED 100
DEGREES.

THE LAST TIME THAT DFW REACHED 100 DEGREES WAS SEPTEMBER 10TH 2014.
DFW/S FIRST 100 DEGREE-DAY LAST YEAR WAS ON JULY 13TH AND FOR THE
YEAR THERE WERE 15 DAYS WITH HIGHS OF 100 DEGREES OR HIGHER.

DFW AVERAGES 18 100-DEGREE DAYS A YEAR. THERE HAVE BEEN AS MANY AS
71 100-DEGREE DAYS /BACK IN 2011/ AND THERE HAVE BEEN TWO YEARS WHEN
THE OFFICIAL DALLAS/FORT WORTH SITE DID NOT REACH 100-DEGREES: 1906
AND 1973. THE GREATEST NUMBER OF CONSECUTIVE 100-DEGREE DAYS IS 42
WHICH OCCURRED FROM JUNE 23RD THROUGH AUGUST 3RD 1980.

THE AVERAGE FIRST 100-DEGREE DAY AT DFW IS JUNE 30TH. THE OFFICIAL
DALLAS/FORT WORTH SITE HAS REACHED 100 DEGREES AS EARLY AS MARCH 9TH
/BACK IN 1911/.  THE LATEST FIRST OCCURRENCE OF 100 DEGREES IN A
YEAR IS AUGUST 23RD /IN 1989/. IT HAS REACHED 100 DEGREES AS LATE AS
OCTOBER 3RD /IN 1951/. THE AVERAGE LAST 100-DEGREE DATE IS AUGUST
26TH. RECORDS FOR THE OFFICIAL DALLAS/FORT WORTH SITE STARTED ON
SEPTEMBER 1ST 1898.  SINCE THEN...THERE HAVE ONLY BEEN 4 MONTHS THAT
HAVE NEVER REACHED 100 DEGREES: NOVEMBER...DECEMBER...JANUARY AND
FEBRUARY.

$$

92



000
NOUS44 KFWD 262108
PNSDFW

ZCZC FTWWRKPNS 191203
TTAA00 KFTW DDHHMM
TXZ102>104-116>121-131>134-200300-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORT WORTH TX
405 PM CDT SUN JUL 26 2015

...DFW REACHES 100 DEGREES FOR THE FIRST TIME THIS YEAR...

AT 353 PM TODAY...DFW REACHED 100 DEGREES. THIS IS THE FIRST TIME
THIS YEAR THAT THE OFFICIAL DALLAS FORT WORTH SITE HAS REACHED 100
DEGREES.

THE LAST TIME THAT DFW REACHED 100 DEGREES WAS SEPTEMBER 10TH 2014.
DFW/S FIRST 100 DEGREE-DAY LAST YEAR WAS ON JULY 13TH AND FOR THE
YEAR THERE WERE 15 DAYS WITH HIGHS OF 100 DEGREES OR HIGHER.

DFW AVERAGES 18 100-DEGREE DAYS A YEAR. THERE HAVE BEEN AS MANY AS
71 100-DEGREE DAYS /BACK IN 2011/ AND THERE HAVE BEEN TWO YEARS WHEN
THE OFFICIAL DALLAS/FORT WORTH SITE DID NOT REACH 100-DEGREES: 1906
AND 1973. THE GREATEST NUMBER OF CONSECUTIVE 100-DEGREE DAYS IS 42
WHICH OCCURRED FROM JUNE 23RD THROUGH AUGUST 3RD 1980.

THE AVERAGE FIRST 100-DEGREE DAY AT DFW IS JUNE 30TH. THE OFFICIAL
DALLAS/FORT WORTH SITE HAS REACHED 100 DEGREES AS EARLY AS MARCH 9TH
/BACK IN 1911/.  THE LATEST FIRST OCCURRENCE OF 100 DEGREES IN A
YEAR IS AUGUST 23RD /IN 1989/. IT HAS REACHED 100 DEGREES AS LATE AS
OCTOBER 3RD /IN 1951/. THE AVERAGE LAST 100-DEGREE DATE IS AUGUST
26TH. RECORDS FOR THE OFFICIAL DALLAS/FORT WORTH SITE STARTED ON
SEPTEMBER 1ST 1898.  SINCE THEN...THERE HAVE ONLY BEEN 4 MONTHS THAT
HAVE NEVER REACHED 100 DEGREES: NOVEMBER...DECEMBER...JANUARY AND
FEBRUARY.

$$

92


000
NOUS45 KGJT 261856 CCA
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
SPOTTER REPORTS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
100 PM MDT SUN JULY 26 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION AMOUNTS FROM
EASTERN UTAH AND WESTERN COLORADO STATIONS, ENDING THE MORNING OF
JULY 26 AT THE TIME INDICATED IN THE TABLE. AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.

**********************24 HOUR PRECIPITATION**********************


LOCATION              24 HOUR     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     PRECIPITATION           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

COLORADO

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   MONTROSE 11ENE        0.12   100 AM  7/26  W CO CRN SITE
   MONTROSE              0.06   100 AM  7/26  AVIATION SITE
   BLACK CANYON NP       0.02   900 AM  7/26  W CO COOP SITE

...PITKIN COUNTY...
   ASPEN                 0.16   100 AM  7/26  AVIATION SITE

$$

ADL


000
NOUS45 KGJT 261856 CCA
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
SPOTTER REPORTS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
100 PM MDT SUN JULY 26 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION AMOUNTS FROM
EASTERN UTAH AND WESTERN COLORADO STATIONS, ENDING THE MORNING OF
JULY 26 AT THE TIME INDICATED IN THE TABLE. AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.

**********************24 HOUR PRECIPITATION**********************


LOCATION              24 HOUR     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     PRECIPITATION           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

COLORADO

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   MONTROSE 11ENE        0.12   100 AM  7/26  W CO CRN SITE
   MONTROSE              0.06   100 AM  7/26  AVIATION SITE
   BLACK CANYON NP       0.02   900 AM  7/26  W CO COOP SITE

...PITKIN COUNTY...
   ASPEN                 0.16   100 AM  7/26  AVIATION SITE

$$

ADL


000
NOUS45 KGJT 261856 CCA
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
SPOTTER REPORTS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
100 PM MDT SUN JULY 26 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION AMOUNTS FROM
EASTERN UTAH AND WESTERN COLORADO STATIONS, ENDING THE MORNING OF
JULY 26 AT THE TIME INDICATED IN THE TABLE. AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.

**********************24 HOUR PRECIPITATION**********************


LOCATION              24 HOUR     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     PRECIPITATION           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

COLORADO

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   MONTROSE 11ENE        0.12   100 AM  7/26  W CO CRN SITE
   MONTROSE              0.06   100 AM  7/26  AVIATION SITE
   BLACK CANYON NP       0.02   900 AM  7/26  W CO COOP SITE

...PITKIN COUNTY...
   ASPEN                 0.16   100 AM  7/26  AVIATION SITE

$$

ADL


000
NOUS45 KGJT 261856 CCA
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
SPOTTER REPORTS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
100 PM MDT SUN JULY 26 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION AMOUNTS FROM
EASTERN UTAH AND WESTERN COLORADO STATIONS, ENDING THE MORNING OF
JULY 26 AT THE TIME INDICATED IN THE TABLE. AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.

**********************24 HOUR PRECIPITATION**********************


LOCATION              24 HOUR     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     PRECIPITATION           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

COLORADO

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   MONTROSE 11ENE        0.12   100 AM  7/26  W CO CRN SITE
   MONTROSE              0.06   100 AM  7/26  AVIATION SITE
   BLACK CANYON NP       0.02   900 AM  7/26  W CO COOP SITE

...PITKIN COUNTY...
   ASPEN                 0.16   100 AM  7/26  AVIATION SITE

$$

ADL


000
NOUS45 KGJT 261856 CCA
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
SPOTTER REPORTS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
100 PM MDT SUN JULY 26 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION AMOUNTS FROM
EASTERN UTAH AND WESTERN COLORADO STATIONS, ENDING THE MORNING OF
JULY 26 AT THE TIME INDICATED IN THE TABLE. AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.

**********************24 HOUR PRECIPITATION**********************


LOCATION              24 HOUR     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     PRECIPITATION           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

COLORADO

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   MONTROSE 11ENE        0.12   100 AM  7/26  W CO CRN SITE
   MONTROSE              0.06   100 AM  7/26  AVIATION SITE
   BLACK CANYON NP       0.02   900 AM  7/26  W CO COOP SITE

...PITKIN COUNTY...
   ASPEN                 0.16   100 AM  7/26  AVIATION SITE

$$

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000
NOUS45 KGJT 261856 CCA
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
SPOTTER REPORTS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
100 PM MDT SUN JULY 26 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION AMOUNTS FROM
EASTERN UTAH AND WESTERN COLORADO STATIONS, ENDING THE MORNING OF
JULY 26 AT THE TIME INDICATED IN THE TABLE. AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.

**********************24 HOUR PRECIPITATION**********************


LOCATION              24 HOUR     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     PRECIPITATION           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

COLORADO

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   MONTROSE 11ENE        0.12   100 AM  7/26  W CO CRN SITE
   MONTROSE              0.06   100 AM  7/26  AVIATION SITE
   BLACK CANYON NP       0.02   900 AM  7/26  W CO COOP SITE

...PITKIN COUNTY...
   ASPEN                 0.16   100 AM  7/26  AVIATION SITE

$$

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000
NOUS45 KGJT 261855
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
SPOTTER REPORTS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
100 PM MDT THU JUL 24 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION AMOUNTS FROM
EASTERN UTAH AND WESTERN COLORADO STATIONS, ENDING THE MORNING OF
JULY 26 AT THE TIME INDICATED IN THE TABLE. AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.

**********************24 HOUR PRECIPITATION**********************


LOCATION              24 HOUR     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     PRECIPITATION           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

COLORADO

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   MONTROSE 11ENE        0.12   100 AM  7/26  W CO CRN SITE
   MONTROSE              0.06   100 AM  7/26  AVIATION SITE
   BLACK CANYON NP       0.02   900 AM  7/26  W CO COOP SITE

...PITKIN COUNTY...
   ASPEN                 0.16   100 AM  7/26  AVIATION SITE

$$

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000
NOUS45 KGJT 261855
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
SPOTTER REPORTS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
100 PM MDT THU JUL 24 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION AMOUNTS FROM
EASTERN UTAH AND WESTERN COLORADO STATIONS, ENDING THE MORNING OF
JULY 26 AT THE TIME INDICATED IN THE TABLE. AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.

**********************24 HOUR PRECIPITATION**********************


LOCATION              24 HOUR     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     PRECIPITATION           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

COLORADO

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   MONTROSE 11ENE        0.12   100 AM  7/26  W CO CRN SITE
   MONTROSE              0.06   100 AM  7/26  AVIATION SITE
   BLACK CANYON NP       0.02   900 AM  7/26  W CO COOP SITE

...PITKIN COUNTY...
   ASPEN                 0.16   100 AM  7/26  AVIATION SITE

$$

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000
NOUS45 KGJT 261855
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
SPOTTER REPORTS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
100 PM MDT THU JUL 24 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION AMOUNTS FROM
EASTERN UTAH AND WESTERN COLORADO STATIONS, ENDING THE MORNING OF
JULY 26 AT THE TIME INDICATED IN THE TABLE. AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.

**********************24 HOUR PRECIPITATION**********************


LOCATION              24 HOUR     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     PRECIPITATION           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

COLORADO

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   MONTROSE 11ENE        0.12   100 AM  7/26  W CO CRN SITE
   MONTROSE              0.06   100 AM  7/26  AVIATION SITE
   BLACK CANYON NP       0.02   900 AM  7/26  W CO COOP SITE

...PITKIN COUNTY...
   ASPEN                 0.16   100 AM  7/26  AVIATION SITE

$$

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000
NOUS45 KGJT 261855
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
SPOTTER REPORTS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
100 PM MDT THU JUL 24 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION AMOUNTS FROM
EASTERN UTAH AND WESTERN COLORADO STATIONS, ENDING THE MORNING OF
JULY 26 AT THE TIME INDICATED IN THE TABLE. AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.

**********************24 HOUR PRECIPITATION**********************


LOCATION              24 HOUR     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     PRECIPITATION           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

COLORADO

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   MONTROSE 11ENE        0.12   100 AM  7/26  W CO CRN SITE
   MONTROSE              0.06   100 AM  7/26  AVIATION SITE
   BLACK CANYON NP       0.02   900 AM  7/26  W CO COOP SITE

...PITKIN COUNTY...
   ASPEN                 0.16   100 AM  7/26  AVIATION SITE

$$

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000
NOUS45 KGJT 261855
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
SPOTTER REPORTS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
100 PM MDT THU JUL 24 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION AMOUNTS FROM
EASTERN UTAH AND WESTERN COLORADO STATIONS, ENDING THE MORNING OF
JULY 26 AT THE TIME INDICATED IN THE TABLE. AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.

**********************24 HOUR PRECIPITATION**********************


LOCATION              24 HOUR     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     PRECIPITATION           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

COLORADO

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   MONTROSE 11ENE        0.12   100 AM  7/26  W CO CRN SITE
   MONTROSE              0.06   100 AM  7/26  AVIATION SITE
   BLACK CANYON NP       0.02   900 AM  7/26  W CO COOP SITE

...PITKIN COUNTY...
   ASPEN                 0.16   100 AM  7/26  AVIATION SITE

$$

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000
NOUS45 KGJT 261855
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
SPOTTER REPORTS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
100 PM MDT THU JUL 24 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION AMOUNTS FROM
EASTERN UTAH AND WESTERN COLORADO STATIONS, ENDING THE MORNING OF
JULY 26 AT THE TIME INDICATED IN THE TABLE. AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.

**********************24 HOUR PRECIPITATION**********************


LOCATION              24 HOUR     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     PRECIPITATION           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

COLORADO

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   MONTROSE 11ENE        0.12   100 AM  7/26  W CO CRN SITE
   MONTROSE              0.06   100 AM  7/26  AVIATION SITE
   BLACK CANYON NP       0.02   900 AM  7/26  W CO COOP SITE

...PITKIN COUNTY...
   ASPEN                 0.16   100 AM  7/26  AVIATION SITE

$$

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000
NOUS45 KGJT 261855
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
SPOTTER REPORTS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
100 PM MDT THU JUL 24 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION AMOUNTS FROM
EASTERN UTAH AND WESTERN COLORADO STATIONS, ENDING THE MORNING OF
JULY 26 AT THE TIME INDICATED IN THE TABLE. AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.

**********************24 HOUR PRECIPITATION**********************


LOCATION              24 HOUR     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     PRECIPITATION           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

COLORADO

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   MONTROSE 11ENE        0.12   100 AM  7/26  W CO CRN SITE
   MONTROSE              0.06   100 AM  7/26  AVIATION SITE
   BLACK CANYON NP       0.02   900 AM  7/26  W CO COOP SITE

...PITKIN COUNTY...
   ASPEN                 0.16   100 AM  7/26  AVIATION SITE

$$

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000
NOUS45 KGJT 261855
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
SPOTTER REPORTS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
100 PM MDT THU JUL 24 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION AMOUNTS FROM
EASTERN UTAH AND WESTERN COLORADO STATIONS, ENDING THE MORNING OF
JULY 26 AT THE TIME INDICATED IN THE TABLE. AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.

**********************24 HOUR PRECIPITATION**********************


LOCATION              24 HOUR     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     PRECIPITATION           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

COLORADO

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   MONTROSE 11ENE        0.12   100 AM  7/26  W CO CRN SITE
   MONTROSE              0.06   100 AM  7/26  AVIATION SITE
   BLACK CANYON NP       0.02   900 AM  7/26  W CO COOP SITE

...PITKIN COUNTY...
   ASPEN                 0.16   100 AM  7/26  AVIATION SITE

$$

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000
NOUS43 KGLD 261202
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT SUN JUL 26 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 1894, WITH TEMPERATURES OVER 100 DEGREES A HOT WIND BLEW ACROSS
SOUTHWEST NEBRASKA SHRIVELING CROPS AS IT BLEW CONTINUOUSLY AT SPEEDS
OF UP TO 30 MPH FOR 24 HOURS. EVEN THE BUFFALO GRASS HAD SHRIVELED
AND DIED, AND CROPS OF OATS, BARLEY AND CORN WERE DESTROYED.

IN 2001, NEARLY THREE INCHES OF RAIN IN A SHORT PERIOD OF TIME
NEAR ABARR COLORADO CAUSED SEVERAL INCHES OF WATER TO RUN OVER
COUNTY ROADS AND PUT YARDS UNDER WATER.

$$



000
NOUS43 KGLD 261202
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT SUN JUL 26 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 1894, WITH TEMPERATURES OVER 100 DEGREES A HOT WIND BLEW ACROSS
SOUTHWEST NEBRASKA SHRIVELING CROPS AS IT BLEW CONTINUOUSLY AT SPEEDS
OF UP TO 30 MPH FOR 24 HOURS. EVEN THE BUFFALO GRASS HAD SHRIVELED
AND DIED, AND CROPS OF OATS, BARLEY AND CORN WERE DESTROYED.

IN 2001, NEARLY THREE INCHES OF RAIN IN A SHORT PERIOD OF TIME
NEAR ABARR COLORADO CAUSED SEVERAL INCHES OF WATER TO RUN OVER
COUNTY ROADS AND PUT YARDS UNDER WATER.

$$


000
NOAK47 PAJK 252312
PNSAJK

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE  JUNEAU AK
315 PM AKDT SAT JUL 25 2015

...RECORD PRECIPITATION ON THURSDAY JULY 23...

LOCATION        NEW RECORD   OLD RECORD   YEAR SET

JUNEAU FORECAST OFFICE   2.16          1.20         2000


ALL VALUES REPORTED IN INCHES

ABJ JUL 15








000
NOAK47 PAJK 252312
PNSAJK

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE  JUNEAU AK
315 PM AKDT SAT JUL 25 2015

...RECORD PRECIPITATION ON THURSDAY JULY 23...

LOCATION        NEW RECORD   OLD RECORD   YEAR SET

JUNEAU FORECAST OFFICE   2.16          1.20         2000


ALL VALUES REPORTED IN INCHES

ABJ JUL 15








000
NOUS45 KGJT 251859
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
SPOTTER REPORTS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
103 PM MDT THU JUL 24 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION AMOUNTS FROM
EASTERN UTAH AND WESTERN COLORADO STATIONS, ENDING THE MORNING OF
JULY 24 AT THE TIME INDICATED IN THE TABLE. AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.

**********************24 HOUR PRECIPITATION**********************

LOCATION              24 HOUR     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     PRECIPITATION           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

COLORADO

...DELTA COUNTY...
   HOTCHKISS 5.1 WNW     0.18   616 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   PAONIA 1SW            0.16   800 AM  7/25  W CO COOP SITE
   HOTCHKISS 1.8 NNE     0.15   939 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   PAONIA 2.1 SSE        0.15   731 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   CRAWFORD 2.3 SW       0.12   818 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 7.1 WNW     0.04   715 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   CEDAREDGE 1.0 NE      0.04   718 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   ECKERT 1.1 SW         0.04   712 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   DELTA 1.6 ESE         0.03   836 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   CEDAREDGE 2.3 W       0.03   712 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   DELTA 3E              0.03   900 AM  7/25  W CO COOP SITE

...DOLORES COUNTY...
   DOVE CREEK 12.4 SSW   0.04   810 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   NORTHDALE             0.01   730 AM  7/25  W CO COOP SITE

...EAGLE COUNTY...
   VAIL 2.6 E            0.09   726 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   VAIL 0.9 WNW          0.04   646 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 5.7 E      0.02   725 AM  7/25  COCORAHS

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   CRESTED BUTTE         0.54  1100 AM  7/25  W CO COOP SITE
   GOTHIC                0.48   800 AM  7/25  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N   0.48   727 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   CIMARRON 11.2 S       0.38   647 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   POWDERHORN 4.4 NNE    0.07   933 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   DOYLEVILLE 2.1 W      0.04   807 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   PITKIN 1.1 SW         0.02   717 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 6.6 N        0.02   724 AM  7/25  COCORAHS

...LA PLATA COUNTY...
   ROCKWOOD 6.9 NNW      0.04   602 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 10 NNE        0.03   631 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   DURANGO .35 E         0.01   723 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 7.1 N         0.01   920 AM  7/25  COCORAHS

...MONTEZUMA COUNTY...
   CORTEZ 7.8 WSW        0.02   729 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 2.3 NW         0.01   733 AM  7/25  COCORAHS

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   BLACK CANYON NP       0.18   900 AM  7/25  W CO COOP SITE
   MONTROSE 8.1 WNW      0.16   801 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   OLATHE 3.2 NNE        0.12   832 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 4.0 NW       0.11   758 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 7.3 ENE      0.09   722 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 10.1 S       0.09   636 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 3.9 WNW      0.09   659 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.0 E        0.07   747 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.9 ESE      0.06   801 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.0 SSE      0.06   704 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 5.6 SW       0.05   932 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.2 ESE      0.05   720 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.2 WSW      0.05   921 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.9 ESE      0.04   711 AM  7/25  COCORAHS

...OURAY COUNTY...
   RIDGWAY 3.3 NNW       0.21   638 AM  7/25  COCORAHS

...SAN MIGUEL COUNTY...
   NORWOOD 1.4 W         0.07   649 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   REDVALE 22.8 SW       0.02   759 AM  7/25  COCORAHS

UTAH

...SAN JUAN COUNTY...
   HOVENWEEP NM          0.02   900 AM  7/25  E UT COOP SITE
   MONTICELLO #2         0.01   800 AM  7/25  E UT COOP SITE

$$

ADL



000
NOUS45 KGJT 251859
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
SPOTTER REPORTS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
103 PM MDT THU JUL 24 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION AMOUNTS FROM
EASTERN UTAH AND WESTERN COLORADO STATIONS, ENDING THE MORNING OF
JULY 24 AT THE TIME INDICATED IN THE TABLE. AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.

**********************24 HOUR PRECIPITATION**********************

LOCATION              24 HOUR     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     PRECIPITATION           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

COLORADO

...DELTA COUNTY...
   HOTCHKISS 5.1 WNW     0.18   616 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   PAONIA 1SW            0.16   800 AM  7/25  W CO COOP SITE
   HOTCHKISS 1.8 NNE     0.15   939 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   PAONIA 2.1 SSE        0.15   731 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   CRAWFORD 2.3 SW       0.12   818 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 7.1 WNW     0.04   715 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   CEDAREDGE 1.0 NE      0.04   718 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   ECKERT 1.1 SW         0.04   712 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   DELTA 1.6 ESE         0.03   836 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   CEDAREDGE 2.3 W       0.03   712 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   DELTA 3E              0.03   900 AM  7/25  W CO COOP SITE

...DOLORES COUNTY...
   DOVE CREEK 12.4 SSW   0.04   810 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   NORTHDALE             0.01   730 AM  7/25  W CO COOP SITE

...EAGLE COUNTY...
   VAIL 2.6 E            0.09   726 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   VAIL 0.9 WNW          0.04   646 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 5.7 E      0.02   725 AM  7/25  COCORAHS

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   CRESTED BUTTE         0.54  1100 AM  7/25  W CO COOP SITE
   GOTHIC                0.48   800 AM  7/25  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N   0.48   727 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   CIMARRON 11.2 S       0.38   647 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   POWDERHORN 4.4 NNE    0.07   933 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   DOYLEVILLE 2.1 W      0.04   807 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   PITKIN 1.1 SW         0.02   717 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 6.6 N        0.02   724 AM  7/25  COCORAHS

...LA PLATA COUNTY...
   ROCKWOOD 6.9 NNW      0.04   602 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 10 NNE        0.03   631 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   DURANGO .35 E         0.01   723 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 7.1 N         0.01   920 AM  7/25  COCORAHS

...MONTEZUMA COUNTY...
   CORTEZ 7.8 WSW        0.02   729 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 2.3 NW         0.01   733 AM  7/25  COCORAHS

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   BLACK CANYON NP       0.18   900 AM  7/25  W CO COOP SITE
   MONTROSE 8.1 WNW      0.16   801 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   OLATHE 3.2 NNE        0.12   832 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 4.0 NW       0.11   758 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 7.3 ENE      0.09   722 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 10.1 S       0.09   636 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 3.9 WNW      0.09   659 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.0 E        0.07   747 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.9 ESE      0.06   801 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.0 SSE      0.06   704 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 5.6 SW       0.05   932 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.2 ESE      0.05   720 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.2 WSW      0.05   921 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.9 ESE      0.04   711 AM  7/25  COCORAHS

...OURAY COUNTY...
   RIDGWAY 3.3 NNW       0.21   638 AM  7/25  COCORAHS

...SAN MIGUEL COUNTY...
   NORWOOD 1.4 W         0.07   649 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   REDVALE 22.8 SW       0.02   759 AM  7/25  COCORAHS

UTAH

...SAN JUAN COUNTY...
   HOVENWEEP NM          0.02   900 AM  7/25  E UT COOP SITE
   MONTICELLO #2         0.01   800 AM  7/25  E UT COOP SITE

$$

ADL



000
NOUS45 KGJT 251859
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
SPOTTER REPORTS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
103 PM MDT THU JUL 24 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION AMOUNTS FROM
EASTERN UTAH AND WESTERN COLORADO STATIONS, ENDING THE MORNING OF
JULY 24 AT THE TIME INDICATED IN THE TABLE. AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.

**********************24 HOUR PRECIPITATION**********************

LOCATION              24 HOUR     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     PRECIPITATION           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

COLORADO

...DELTA COUNTY...
   HOTCHKISS 5.1 WNW     0.18   616 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   PAONIA 1SW            0.16   800 AM  7/25  W CO COOP SITE
   HOTCHKISS 1.8 NNE     0.15   939 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   PAONIA 2.1 SSE        0.15   731 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   CRAWFORD 2.3 SW       0.12   818 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 7.1 WNW     0.04   715 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   CEDAREDGE 1.0 NE      0.04   718 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   ECKERT 1.1 SW         0.04   712 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   DELTA 1.6 ESE         0.03   836 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   CEDAREDGE 2.3 W       0.03   712 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   DELTA 3E              0.03   900 AM  7/25  W CO COOP SITE

...DOLORES COUNTY...
   DOVE CREEK 12.4 SSW   0.04   810 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   NORTHDALE             0.01   730 AM  7/25  W CO COOP SITE

...EAGLE COUNTY...
   VAIL 2.6 E            0.09   726 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   VAIL 0.9 WNW          0.04   646 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 5.7 E      0.02   725 AM  7/25  COCORAHS

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   CRESTED BUTTE         0.54  1100 AM  7/25  W CO COOP SITE
   GOTHIC                0.48   800 AM  7/25  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N   0.48   727 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   CIMARRON 11.2 S       0.38   647 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   POWDERHORN 4.4 NNE    0.07   933 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   DOYLEVILLE 2.1 W      0.04   807 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   PITKIN 1.1 SW         0.02   717 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 6.6 N        0.02   724 AM  7/25  COCORAHS

...LA PLATA COUNTY...
   ROCKWOOD 6.9 NNW      0.04   602 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 10 NNE        0.03   631 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   DURANGO .35 E         0.01   723 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 7.1 N         0.01   920 AM  7/25  COCORAHS

...MONTEZUMA COUNTY...
   CORTEZ 7.8 WSW        0.02   729 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 2.3 NW         0.01   733 AM  7/25  COCORAHS

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   BLACK CANYON NP       0.18   900 AM  7/25  W CO COOP SITE
   MONTROSE 8.1 WNW      0.16   801 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   OLATHE 3.2 NNE        0.12   832 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 4.0 NW       0.11   758 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 7.3 ENE      0.09   722 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 10.1 S       0.09   636 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 3.9 WNW      0.09   659 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.0 E        0.07   747 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.9 ESE      0.06   801 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.0 SSE      0.06   704 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 5.6 SW       0.05   932 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.2 ESE      0.05   720 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.2 WSW      0.05   921 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.9 ESE      0.04   711 AM  7/25  COCORAHS

...OURAY COUNTY...
   RIDGWAY 3.3 NNW       0.21   638 AM  7/25  COCORAHS

...SAN MIGUEL COUNTY...
   NORWOOD 1.4 W         0.07   649 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   REDVALE 22.8 SW       0.02   759 AM  7/25  COCORAHS

UTAH

...SAN JUAN COUNTY...
   HOVENWEEP NM          0.02   900 AM  7/25  E UT COOP SITE
   MONTICELLO #2         0.01   800 AM  7/25  E UT COOP SITE

$$

ADL


000
NOUS45 KGJT 251859
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
SPOTTER REPORTS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
103 PM MDT THU JUL 24 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION AMOUNTS FROM
EASTERN UTAH AND WESTERN COLORADO STATIONS, ENDING THE MORNING OF
JULY 24 AT THE TIME INDICATED IN THE TABLE. AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.

**********************24 HOUR PRECIPITATION**********************

LOCATION              24 HOUR     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     PRECIPITATION           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

COLORADO

...DELTA COUNTY...
   HOTCHKISS 5.1 WNW     0.18   616 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   PAONIA 1SW            0.16   800 AM  7/25  W CO COOP SITE
   HOTCHKISS 1.8 NNE     0.15   939 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   PAONIA 2.1 SSE        0.15   731 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   CRAWFORD 2.3 SW       0.12   818 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 7.1 WNW     0.04   715 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   CEDAREDGE 1.0 NE      0.04   718 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   ECKERT 1.1 SW         0.04   712 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   DELTA 1.6 ESE         0.03   836 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   CEDAREDGE 2.3 W       0.03   712 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   DELTA 3E              0.03   900 AM  7/25  W CO COOP SITE

...DOLORES COUNTY...
   DOVE CREEK 12.4 SSW   0.04   810 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   NORTHDALE             0.01   730 AM  7/25  W CO COOP SITE

...EAGLE COUNTY...
   VAIL 2.6 E            0.09   726 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   VAIL 0.9 WNW          0.04   646 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 5.7 E      0.02   725 AM  7/25  COCORAHS

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   CRESTED BUTTE         0.54  1100 AM  7/25  W CO COOP SITE
   GOTHIC                0.48   800 AM  7/25  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N   0.48   727 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   CIMARRON 11.2 S       0.38   647 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   POWDERHORN 4.4 NNE    0.07   933 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   DOYLEVILLE 2.1 W      0.04   807 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   PITKIN 1.1 SW         0.02   717 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 6.6 N        0.02   724 AM  7/25  COCORAHS

...LA PLATA COUNTY...
   ROCKWOOD 6.9 NNW      0.04   602 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 10 NNE        0.03   631 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   DURANGO .35 E         0.01   723 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 7.1 N         0.01   920 AM  7/25  COCORAHS

...MONTEZUMA COUNTY...
   CORTEZ 7.8 WSW        0.02   729 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 2.3 NW         0.01   733 AM  7/25  COCORAHS

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   BLACK CANYON NP       0.18   900 AM  7/25  W CO COOP SITE
   MONTROSE 8.1 WNW      0.16   801 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   OLATHE 3.2 NNE        0.12   832 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 4.0 NW       0.11   758 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 7.3 ENE      0.09   722 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 10.1 S       0.09   636 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 3.9 WNW      0.09   659 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.0 E        0.07   747 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.9 ESE      0.06   801 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.0 SSE      0.06   704 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 5.6 SW       0.05   932 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.2 ESE      0.05   720 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.2 WSW      0.05   921 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.9 ESE      0.04   711 AM  7/25  COCORAHS

...OURAY COUNTY...
   RIDGWAY 3.3 NNW       0.21   638 AM  7/25  COCORAHS

...SAN MIGUEL COUNTY...
   NORWOOD 1.4 W         0.07   649 AM  7/25  COCORAHS
   REDVALE 22.8 SW       0.02   759 AM  7/25  COCORAHS

UTAH

...SAN JUAN COUNTY...
   HOVENWEEP NM          0.02   900 AM  7/25  E UT COOP SITE
   MONTICELLO #2         0.01   800 AM  7/25  E UT COOP SITE

$$

ADL


000
NOUS42 KKEY 251248
PNSKEY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE KEY WEST FL
850 AM EDT SAT JUL 25 2015

...NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE KEY WEST FORECAST PHONE RECORDINGS WILL
BE OUT OF SERVICE UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN KEY WEST PHONE SERVICE WITH ACCESS
TO THE PUBLIC AND MARINE FORECASTS (305-295-1316) WILL BE OUT OF
SERVICE UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. UPDATES WILL BE PROVIDED AS
INFORMATION IS MADE AVAILABLE.

THE LATEST FLORIDA KEYS WEATHER INFORMATION CAN BE FOUND ON OUR
WEBSITE AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/KEYWEST.


$$

BF



000
NOUS42 KKEY 251248
PNSKEY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE KEY WEST FL
850 AM EDT SAT JUL 25 2015

...NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE KEY WEST FORECAST PHONE RECORDINGS WILL
BE OUT OF SERVICE UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN KEY WEST PHONE SERVICE WITH ACCESS
TO THE PUBLIC AND MARINE FORECASTS (305-295-1316) WILL BE OUT OF
SERVICE UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. UPDATES WILL BE PROVIDED AS
INFORMATION IS MADE AVAILABLE.

THE LATEST FLORIDA KEYS WEATHER INFORMATION CAN BE FOUND ON OUR
WEBSITE AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/KEYWEST.


$$

BF



000
NOUS42 KKEY 251248
PNSKEY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE KEY WEST FL
850 AM EDT SAT JUL 25 2015

...NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE KEY WEST FORECAST PHONE RECORDINGS WILL
BE OUT OF SERVICE UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN KEY WEST PHONE SERVICE WITH ACCESS
TO THE PUBLIC AND MARINE FORECASTS (305-295-1316) WILL BE OUT OF
SERVICE UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. UPDATES WILL BE PROVIDED AS
INFORMATION IS MADE AVAILABLE.

THE LATEST FLORIDA KEYS WEATHER INFORMATION CAN BE FOUND ON OUR
WEBSITE AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/KEYWEST.


$$

BF


000
NOUS43 KGLD 251221
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT SAT JUL 25 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 1940, THE ALL TIME RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURES WERE SET IN COLBY
KANSAS AT 113 DEGREES AND GOODLAND KANSAS AT 111 DEGREES.

IN 2002, HILL CITY KANSAS TIED ITS ALL TIME RECORD HIGH
TEMPERATURE BY REACHING 110 DEGREES.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 251221
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT SAT JUL 25 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 1940, THE ALL TIME RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURES WERE SET IN COLBY
KANSAS AT 113 DEGREES AND GOODLAND KANSAS AT 111 DEGREES.

IN 2002, HILL CITY KANSAS TIED ITS ALL TIME RECORD HIGH
TEMPERATURE BY REACHING 110 DEGREES.

$$



000
NOUS42 KMFL 251216
PNSMFL

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MIAMI FL
800 AM EDT SAT JUL 25 2015

...WEATHER SERVICE MIAMI FORECASTS PHONE RECORDINGS OUT OF SERVICE
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN MIAMI PHONE SERVICE WITH ACCESS TO
CURRENT CONDITIONS AND PUBLIC AND MARINE FORECASTS (305-229-4550)
WILL BE OUT OF SERVICE UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. WE WILL PROVIDE UPDATES
AS INFORMATION IS MADE AVAILABLE.

REMEMBER THAT THE LATEST MORE DETAILED WEATHER INFORMATION IS ALSO
AVAILABLE ON OUR WEBSITE AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/SOUTHFLORIDA.

$$

PS



000
NOUS42 KMFL 251216
PNSMFL

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MIAMI FL
800 AM EDT SAT JUL 25 2015

...WEATHER SERVICE MIAMI FORECASTS PHONE RECORDINGS OUT OF SERVICE
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN MIAMI PHONE SERVICE WITH ACCESS TO
CURRENT CONDITIONS AND PUBLIC AND MARINE FORECASTS (305-229-4550)
WILL BE OUT OF SERVICE UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. WE WILL PROVIDE UPDATES
AS INFORMATION IS MADE AVAILABLE.

REMEMBER THAT THE LATEST MORE DETAILED WEATHER INFORMATION IS ALSO
AVAILABLE ON OUR WEBSITE AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/SOUTHFLORIDA.

$$

PS


000
NOUS42 KMFL 251216
PNSMFL

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MIAMI FL
800 AM EDT SAT JUL 25 2015

...WEATHER SERVICE MIAMI FORECASTS PHONE RECORDINGS OUT OF SERVICE
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN MIAMI PHONE SERVICE WITH ACCESS TO
CURRENT CONDITIONS AND PUBLIC AND MARINE FORECASTS (305-229-4550)
WILL BE OUT OF SERVICE UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. WE WILL PROVIDE UPDATES
AS INFORMATION IS MADE AVAILABLE.

REMEMBER THAT THE LATEST MORE DETAILED WEATHER INFORMATION IS ALSO
AVAILABLE ON OUR WEBSITE AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/SOUTHFLORIDA.

$$

PS



000
NOUS42 KMFL 251216
PNSMFL

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MIAMI FL
800 AM EDT SAT JUL 25 2015

...WEATHER SERVICE MIAMI FORECASTS PHONE RECORDINGS OUT OF SERVICE
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN MIAMI PHONE SERVICE WITH ACCESS TO
CURRENT CONDITIONS AND PUBLIC AND MARINE FORECASTS (305-229-4550)
WILL BE OUT OF SERVICE UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. WE WILL PROVIDE UPDATES
AS INFORMATION IS MADE AVAILABLE.

REMEMBER THAT THE LATEST MORE DETAILED WEATHER INFORMATION IS ALSO
AVAILABLE ON OUR WEBSITE AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/SOUTHFLORIDA.

$$

PS


000
NOUS45 KSLC 250458
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
1058 PM MDT FRI JUL 24 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...
WIND REPORTS FROM FRIDAY EVENING.

***** WIND REPORTS *****                   TIME     WINDSPEED

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
FLUX - 4219 FT                          10 PM FRI     44 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
DIDDLE KNOLL - 4265 FT                   9 PM FRI     60 MPH
I-80 AT MP 29 - 4125 FT                  9 PM FRI     57 MPH
INTERSTATE 80 - 4125 FT                  8 PM FRI     56 MPH
WEST OF WILDCAT MTN - 4259 FT           10 PM FRI     54 MPH
CALLAO GATE - 4250 FT                   10 PM FRI     50 MPH
V-GRID - 4226 FT                         9 PM FRI     50 MPH
I-80 AT MP 1 - 4270 FT                   9 PM FRI     50 MPH
PLAYA STATION - 4280 FT                 10 PM FRI     48 MPH
CAUSEWAY - 4246 FT                      10 PM FRI     48 MPH
HAT ISLAND - 4242 FT                    10 PM FRI     48 MPH
WEST GRANITE - 4403 FT                  10 PM FRI     47 MPH
ROMEO & CENTERLINE - 4308 FT            10 PM FRI     47 MPH
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT               9 PM FRI     47 MPH
EAGLE RANGE - 4239 FT                    9 PM FRI     47 MPH
CALLAO - 4530 FT                        10 PM FRI     46 MPH
BADGER ISLAND - 4199 FT                 10 PM FRI     46 MPH
DUGWAY - APG - 4291 FT                  10 PM FRI     46 MPH
SALT FLATS - 4265 FT                     9 PM FRI     46 MPH
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT               10 PM FRI     45 MPH
JULIET ROAD - 4324 FT                   10 PM FRI     42 MPH
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT             10 PM FRI     42 MPH
UTTR THERMAL TREATMENT UNIT - 4915 FT   10 PM FRI     42 MPH
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                  10 PM FRI     41 MPH
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 9 PM FRI     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
PORTABLE RWIS 5 - 7612 FT               10 PM FRI     40 MPH

$$

ROGOWSKI


000
NOUS45 KSLC 250458
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
1058 PM MDT FRI JUL 24 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...
WIND REPORTS FROM FRIDAY EVENING.

***** WIND REPORTS *****                   TIME     WINDSPEED

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
FLUX - 4219 FT                          10 PM FRI     44 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
DIDDLE KNOLL - 4265 FT                   9 PM FRI     60 MPH
I-80 AT MP 29 - 4125 FT                  9 PM FRI     57 MPH
INTERSTATE 80 - 4125 FT                  8 PM FRI     56 MPH
WEST OF WILDCAT MTN - 4259 FT           10 PM FRI     54 MPH
CALLAO GATE - 4250 FT                   10 PM FRI     50 MPH
V-GRID - 4226 FT                         9 PM FRI     50 MPH
I-80 AT MP 1 - 4270 FT                   9 PM FRI     50 MPH
PLAYA STATION - 4280 FT                 10 PM FRI     48 MPH
CAUSEWAY - 4246 FT                      10 PM FRI     48 MPH
HAT ISLAND - 4242 FT                    10 PM FRI     48 MPH
WEST GRANITE - 4403 FT                  10 PM FRI     47 MPH
ROMEO & CENTERLINE - 4308 FT            10 PM FRI     47 MPH
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT               9 PM FRI     47 MPH
EAGLE RANGE - 4239 FT                    9 PM FRI     47 MPH
CALLAO - 4530 FT                        10 PM FRI     46 MPH
BADGER ISLAND - 4199 FT                 10 PM FRI     46 MPH
DUGWAY - APG - 4291 FT                  10 PM FRI     46 MPH
SALT FLATS - 4265 FT                     9 PM FRI     46 MPH
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT               10 PM FRI     45 MPH
JULIET ROAD - 4324 FT                   10 PM FRI     42 MPH
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT             10 PM FRI     42 MPH
UTTR THERMAL TREATMENT UNIT - 4915 FT   10 PM FRI     42 MPH
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                  10 PM FRI     41 MPH
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 9 PM FRI     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
PORTABLE RWIS 5 - 7612 FT               10 PM FRI     40 MPH

$$

ROGOWSKI


000
NOUS45 KSLC 250458
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
1058 PM MDT FRI JUL 24 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...
WIND REPORTS FROM FRIDAY EVENING.

***** WIND REPORTS *****                   TIME     WINDSPEED

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
FLUX - 4219 FT                          10 PM FRI     44 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
DIDDLE KNOLL - 4265 FT                   9 PM FRI     60 MPH
I-80 AT MP 29 - 4125 FT                  9 PM FRI     57 MPH
INTERSTATE 80 - 4125 FT                  8 PM FRI     56 MPH
WEST OF WILDCAT MTN - 4259 FT           10 PM FRI     54 MPH
CALLAO GATE - 4250 FT                   10 PM FRI     50 MPH
V-GRID - 4226 FT                         9 PM FRI     50 MPH
I-80 AT MP 1 - 4270 FT                   9 PM FRI     50 MPH
PLAYA STATION - 4280 FT                 10 PM FRI     48 MPH
CAUSEWAY - 4246 FT                      10 PM FRI     48 MPH
HAT ISLAND - 4242 FT                    10 PM FRI     48 MPH
WEST GRANITE - 4403 FT                  10 PM FRI     47 MPH
ROMEO & CENTERLINE - 4308 FT            10 PM FRI     47 MPH
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT               9 PM FRI     47 MPH
EAGLE RANGE - 4239 FT                    9 PM FRI     47 MPH
CALLAO - 4530 FT                        10 PM FRI     46 MPH
BADGER ISLAND - 4199 FT                 10 PM FRI     46 MPH
DUGWAY - APG - 4291 FT                  10 PM FRI     46 MPH
SALT FLATS - 4265 FT                     9 PM FRI     46 MPH
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT               10 PM FRI     45 MPH
JULIET ROAD - 4324 FT                   10 PM FRI     42 MPH
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT             10 PM FRI     42 MPH
UTTR THERMAL TREATMENT UNIT - 4915 FT   10 PM FRI     42 MPH
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                  10 PM FRI     41 MPH
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 9 PM FRI     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
PORTABLE RWIS 5 - 7612 FT               10 PM FRI     40 MPH

$$

ROGOWSKI


000
NOUS45 KSLC 250458
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
1058 PM MDT FRI JUL 24 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...
WIND REPORTS FROM FRIDAY EVENING.

***** WIND REPORTS *****                   TIME     WINDSPEED

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
FLUX - 4219 FT                          10 PM FRI     44 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
DIDDLE KNOLL - 4265 FT                   9 PM FRI     60 MPH
I-80 AT MP 29 - 4125 FT                  9 PM FRI     57 MPH
INTERSTATE 80 - 4125 FT                  8 PM FRI     56 MPH
WEST OF WILDCAT MTN - 4259 FT           10 PM FRI     54 MPH
CALLAO GATE - 4250 FT                   10 PM FRI     50 MPH
V-GRID - 4226 FT                         9 PM FRI     50 MPH
I-80 AT MP 1 - 4270 FT                   9 PM FRI     50 MPH
PLAYA STATION - 4280 FT                 10 PM FRI     48 MPH
CAUSEWAY - 4246 FT                      10 PM FRI     48 MPH
HAT ISLAND - 4242 FT                    10 PM FRI     48 MPH
WEST GRANITE - 4403 FT                  10 PM FRI     47 MPH
ROMEO & CENTERLINE - 4308 FT            10 PM FRI     47 MPH
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT               9 PM FRI     47 MPH
EAGLE RANGE - 4239 FT                    9 PM FRI     47 MPH
CALLAO - 4530 FT                        10 PM FRI     46 MPH
BADGER ISLAND - 4199 FT                 10 PM FRI     46 MPH
DUGWAY - APG - 4291 FT                  10 PM FRI     46 MPH
SALT FLATS - 4265 FT                     9 PM FRI     46 MPH
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT               10 PM FRI     45 MPH
JULIET ROAD - 4324 FT                   10 PM FRI     42 MPH
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT             10 PM FRI     42 MPH
UTTR THERMAL TREATMENT UNIT - 4915 FT   10 PM FRI     42 MPH
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                  10 PM FRI     41 MPH
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 9 PM FRI     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
PORTABLE RWIS 5 - 7612 FT               10 PM FRI     40 MPH

$$

ROGOWSKI


000
NOUS45 KSLC 250458
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
1058 PM MDT FRI JUL 24 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...
WIND REPORTS FROM FRIDAY EVENING.

***** WIND REPORTS *****                   TIME     WINDSPEED

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
FLUX - 4219 FT                          10 PM FRI     44 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
DIDDLE KNOLL - 4265 FT                   9 PM FRI     60 MPH
I-80 AT MP 29 - 4125 FT                  9 PM FRI     57 MPH
INTERSTATE 80 - 4125 FT                  8 PM FRI     56 MPH
WEST OF WILDCAT MTN - 4259 FT           10 PM FRI     54 MPH
CALLAO GATE - 4250 FT                   10 PM FRI     50 MPH
V-GRID - 4226 FT                         9 PM FRI     50 MPH
I-80 AT MP 1 - 4270 FT                   9 PM FRI     50 MPH
PLAYA STATION - 4280 FT                 10 PM FRI     48 MPH
CAUSEWAY - 4246 FT                      10 PM FRI     48 MPH
HAT ISLAND - 4242 FT                    10 PM FRI     48 MPH
WEST GRANITE - 4403 FT                  10 PM FRI     47 MPH
ROMEO & CENTERLINE - 4308 FT            10 PM FRI     47 MPH
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT               9 PM FRI     47 MPH
EAGLE RANGE - 4239 FT                    9 PM FRI     47 MPH
CALLAO - 4530 FT                        10 PM FRI     46 MPH
BADGER ISLAND - 4199 FT                 10 PM FRI     46 MPH
DUGWAY - APG - 4291 FT                  10 PM FRI     46 MPH
SALT FLATS - 4265 FT                     9 PM FRI     46 MPH
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT               10 PM FRI     45 MPH
JULIET ROAD - 4324 FT                   10 PM FRI     42 MPH
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT             10 PM FRI     42 MPH
UTTR THERMAL TREATMENT UNIT - 4915 FT   10 PM FRI     42 MPH
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                  10 PM FRI     41 MPH
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 9 PM FRI     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
PORTABLE RWIS 5 - 7612 FT               10 PM FRI     40 MPH

$$

ROGOWSKI


000
NOUS44 KMOB 242350
PNSMOB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MOBILE AL
650 PM CDT FRI JUL 24 2015

...NOAA ALL HAZARDS WEATHER RADIO BROADCAST TRANSMITTING FROM
BREWTON ALABAMA HAS RETURNED TO SERVICE...

THE NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO TRANSMITTER LOCATED AT BREWTON ALABAMA
...STATION WNG-646 BROADCASTING ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.475
MEGAHERTZ...HAS BEEN REPAIRED AND IS BACK ON THE AIR.

$$


000
NOUS44 KMOB 242350
PNSMOB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MOBILE AL
650 PM CDT FRI JUL 24 2015

...NOAA ALL HAZARDS WEATHER RADIO BROADCAST TRANSMITTING FROM
BREWTON ALABAMA HAS RETURNED TO SERVICE...

THE NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO TRANSMITTER LOCATED AT BREWTON ALABAMA
...STATION WNG-646 BROADCASTING ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.475
MEGAHERTZ...HAS BEEN REPAIRED AND IS BACK ON THE AIR.

$$


000
NOUS44 KMOB 242119
PNSMOB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MOBILE AL
419 AM CDT FRI JULY 24 2015

...NOAA ALL HAZARDS WEATHER RADIO BROADCAST TRANSMITTING FROM
BREWTON ALABAMA IS OFF THE AIR DUE TO PHONE LINE PROBLEMS...

THE NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO TRANSMITTER LOCATED AT BREWTON ALABAMA
...STATION WNG-646 BROADCASTING ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.475
MEGAHERTZ...IS OFF THE AIR DUE TO PHONE LINE ISSUES. TECHNICIANS ARE
CURRENTLY WORKING ON THE PROBLEM. RETURN TO SERVICE IS UNKNOWN AT
THIS TIME.

$$



000
NOUS44 KMOB 242119
PNSMOB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MOBILE AL
419 AM CDT FRI JULY 24 2015

...NOAA ALL HAZARDS WEATHER RADIO BROADCAST TRANSMITTING FROM
BREWTON ALABAMA IS OFF THE AIR DUE TO PHONE LINE PROBLEMS...

THE NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO TRANSMITTER LOCATED AT BREWTON ALABAMA
...STATION WNG-646 BROADCASTING ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.475
MEGAHERTZ...IS OFF THE AIR DUE TO PHONE LINE ISSUES. TECHNICIANS ARE
CURRENTLY WORKING ON THE PROBLEM. RETURN TO SERVICE IS UNKNOWN AT
THIS TIME.

$$



000
NOUS44 KMOB 242119
PNSMOB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MOBILE AL
419 AM CDT FRI JULY 24 2015

...NOAA ALL HAZARDS WEATHER RADIO BROADCAST TRANSMITTING FROM
BREWTON ALABAMA IS OFF THE AIR DUE TO PHONE LINE PROBLEMS...

THE NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO TRANSMITTER LOCATED AT BREWTON ALABAMA
...STATION WNG-646 BROADCASTING ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.475
MEGAHERTZ...IS OFF THE AIR DUE TO PHONE LINE ISSUES. TECHNICIANS ARE
CURRENTLY WORKING ON THE PROBLEM. RETURN TO SERVICE IS UNKNOWN AT
THIS TIME.

$$



000
NOUS44 KMOB 242119
PNSMOB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MOBILE AL
419 AM CDT FRI JULY 24 2015

...NOAA ALL HAZARDS WEATHER RADIO BROADCAST TRANSMITTING FROM
BREWTON ALABAMA IS OFF THE AIR DUE TO PHONE LINE PROBLEMS...

THE NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO TRANSMITTER LOCATED AT BREWTON ALABAMA
...STATION WNG-646 BROADCASTING ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.475
MEGAHERTZ...IS OFF THE AIR DUE TO PHONE LINE ISSUES. TECHNICIANS ARE
CURRENTLY WORKING ON THE PROBLEM. RETURN TO SERVICE IS UNKNOWN AT
THIS TIME.

$$



000
NOUS41 KWBC 241913
PNSWSH

Public Information Statement
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
315 PM EDT Fri Jul 24 2015

To:      Subscribers:
         -Family of Services
         -NOAA Weather Wire Service
         -Emergency Managers Weather Information Network
         -NOAAPORT
         Other NWS Partners and Employees

FROM:    Eli Jacks
          Acting Chief, Forecast Services Division

Subject: Summer Boating Safety This Summer.

Many people go boating during the summer. When you`re out on the
water, here are some things to keep in mind:

-If you start to see clouds develop vertically, a thunderstorm
may be forming. Don`t wait! Head for port and safe shelter
immediately.
-When you are out on the water, remember: look but don`t touch.
Do not touch, handle, feed, or ride on marine animals.
-Avoid contact with coral reefs. Make sure your anchor is clear
of corals and don`t touch them when diving.
-Carry in, carry out. This rule is not only for campsites and
hiking trails. When you are out on the water or on the beach,
make sure you leave no trace. Help fight the global marine debris
problem.
-Hazardous surf, pollution, red tides, jellyfish, and sharks are
just a few of the potential dangers in our coastal waters. Know
before you go. Find out local conditions and reports before
entering the ocean.
-Lightning can strike from 10 miles away. Fishermen and boaters
can best protect themselves against lightning injury or death by
monitoring the weather and postponing outdoor activities when
thunderstorms are in the forecast.
-If people can hear thunder, they are in danger of being struck
by lightning.
-Register your boat`s safety beacon with NOAA to help rescuers
find you faster in an emergency. If you do not have a safety
beacon, get one. It may save your life!

For more information visit

www.weather.gov/marine.

Or contact:

Richard May
Richard.May@noaa.gov

National Public Information Statements are online at:

http://www.weather.gov/os/notif.htm

$$




000
NOUS41 KWBC 241913
PNSWSH

Public Information Statement
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
315 PM EDT Fri Jul 24 2015

To:      Subscribers:
         -Family of Services
         -NOAA Weather Wire Service
         -Emergency Managers Weather Information Network
         -NOAAPORT
         Other NWS Partners and Employees

FROM:    Eli Jacks
          Acting Chief, Forecast Services Division

Subject: Summer Boating Safety This Summer.

Many people go boating during the summer. When you`re out on the
water, here are some things to keep in mind:

-If you start to see clouds develop vertically, a thunderstorm
may be forming. Don`t wait! Head for port and safe shelter
immediately.
-When you are out on the water, remember: look but don`t touch.
Do not touch, handle, feed, or ride on marine animals.
-Avoid contact with coral reefs. Make sure your anchor is clear
of corals and don`t touch them when diving.
-Carry in, carry out. This rule is not only for campsites and
hiking trails. When you are out on the water or on the beach,
make sure you leave no trace. Help fight the global marine debris
problem.
-Hazardous surf, pollution, red tides, jellyfish, and sharks are
just a few of the potential dangers in our coastal waters. Know
before you go. Find out local conditions and reports before
entering the ocean.
-Lightning can strike from 10 miles away. Fishermen and boaters
can best protect themselves against lightning injury or death by
monitoring the weather and postponing outdoor activities when
thunderstorms are in the forecast.
-If people can hear thunder, they are in danger of being struck
by lightning.
-Register your boat`s safety beacon with NOAA to help rescuers
find you faster in an emergency. If you do not have a safety
beacon, get one. It may save your life!

For more information visit

www.weather.gov/marine.

Or contact:

Richard May
Richard.May@noaa.gov

National Public Information Statements are online at:

http://www.weather.gov/os/notif.htm

$$



000
NOUS41 KWBC 241913
PNSWSH

Technical Implementation Notice 15-37
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
310 PM EDT Fri Jul 24 2015

TO:      Subscribers:
         -Family of Services
         -NOAA Weather Wire Service
         -Emergency Managers Weather Information Network
         -NOAAPORT
         Other NWS Partners and NWS employees

FROM:    David Novak
         Director, Weather Prediction Center

SUBJECT: Change to the Product Definition Template 4.8 Generating
         Process Identifier for the WPC Day 1-3 Excessive
         Rainfall Outlook GriB2 files effective
         September 28, 2015

Effective Monday, September 28, 2015, at 1500 Coordinated
Universal Time (UTC), the National Centers for Environmental
Predictions (NCEP) Weather Prediction Center (WPC) will change
the Product Definition Template 4.8 Generating Process
Identifier. WPC will change the WPC Day 1-3 Excessive Rainfall
Outlook Gridded Binary 2 (GriB2) files from 180 to 224. This
change will resolve a decoding conflict between the Excessive
Rainfall Outlooks and WPC`s Quantitative Precipitation Forecasts.

Products Affected

Product             WMO Header
-------             ----------
Day 1 Grid          MENC98 KWNH
Day 2 Grid          MENS98 KWNH
Day 3 Grid          MENU98 KWNH

Users who ingest the GriB2 files may need to update their
procedures and scripts in order to properly decode the Excessive
Rainfall Outlooks. The GriB2 files are available online at the
following locations:

Day 1 - ftp://ftp.wpc.ncep.noaa.gov/5km_94e/
Day 2 - ftp://ftp.wpc.ncep.noaa.gov/5km_98e/
Day 3 - ftp://ftp.wpc.ncep.noaa.gov/5km_99e/

No additional changes will be made to product contents or
availability for this implementation.

For more information, please contact

  David.Novak@noaa.gov
  301-683-1484

National Service Change Notices are online at:

  http://www.weather.gov/os/notif.htm

$$








000
NOUS41 KWBC 241913
PNSWSH

Technical Implementation Notice 15-37
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
310 PM EDT Fri Jul 24 2015

TO:      Subscribers:
         -Family of Services
         -NOAA Weather Wire Service
         -Emergency Managers Weather Information Network
         -NOAAPORT
         Other NWS Partners and NWS employees

FROM:    David Novak
         Director, Weather Prediction Center

SUBJECT: Change to the Product Definition Template 4.8 Generating
         Process Identifier for the WPC Day 1-3 Excessive
         Rainfall Outlook GriB2 files effective
         September 28, 2015

Effective Monday, September 28, 2015, at 1500 Coordinated
Universal Time (UTC), the National Centers for Environmental
Predictions (NCEP) Weather Prediction Center (WPC) will change
the Product Definition Template 4.8 Generating Process
Identifier. WPC will change the WPC Day 1-3 Excessive Rainfall
Outlook Gridded Binary 2 (GriB2) files from 180 to 224. This
change will resolve a decoding conflict between the Excessive
Rainfall Outlooks and WPC`s Quantitative Precipitation Forecasts.

Products Affected

Product             WMO Header
-------             ----------
Day 1 Grid          MENC98 KWNH
Day 2 Grid          MENS98 KWNH
Day 3 Grid          MENU98 KWNH

Users who ingest the GriB2 files may need to update their
procedures and scripts in order to properly decode the Excessive
Rainfall Outlooks. The GriB2 files are available online at the
following locations:

Day 1 - ftp://ftp.wpc.ncep.noaa.gov/5km_94e/
Day 2 - ftp://ftp.wpc.ncep.noaa.gov/5km_98e/
Day 3 - ftp://ftp.wpc.ncep.noaa.gov/5km_99e/

No additional changes will be made to product contents or
availability for this implementation.

For more information, please contact

  David.Novak@noaa.gov
  301-683-1484

National Service Change Notices are online at:

  http://www.weather.gov/os/notif.htm

$$








000
NOUS41 KWBC 241913
PNSWSH

Technical Implementation Notice 15-37
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
310 PM EDT Fri Jul 24 2015

TO:      Subscribers:
         -Family of Services
         -NOAA Weather Wire Service
         -Emergency Managers Weather Information Network
         -NOAAPORT
         Other NWS Partners and NWS employees

FROM:    David Novak
         Director, Weather Prediction Center

SUBJECT: Change to the Product Definition Template 4.8 Generating
         Process Identifier for the WPC Day 1-3 Excessive
         Rainfall Outlook GriB2 files effective
         September 28, 2015

Effective Monday, September 28, 2015, at 1500 Coordinated
Universal Time (UTC), the National Centers for Environmental
Predictions (NCEP) Weather Prediction Center (WPC) will change
the Product Definition Template 4.8 Generating Process
Identifier. WPC will change the WPC Day 1-3 Excessive Rainfall
Outlook Gridded Binary 2 (GriB2) files from 180 to 224. This
change will resolve a decoding conflict between the Excessive
Rainfall Outlooks and WPC`s Quantitative Precipitation Forecasts.

Products Affected

Product             WMO Header
-------             ----------
Day 1 Grid          MENC98 KWNH
Day 2 Grid          MENS98 KWNH
Day 3 Grid          MENU98 KWNH

Users who ingest the GriB2 files may need to update their
procedures and scripts in order to properly decode the Excessive
Rainfall Outlooks. The GriB2 files are available online at the
following locations:

Day 1 - ftp://ftp.wpc.ncep.noaa.gov/5km_94e/
Day 2 - ftp://ftp.wpc.ncep.noaa.gov/5km_98e/
Day 3 - ftp://ftp.wpc.ncep.noaa.gov/5km_99e/

No additional changes will be made to product contents or
availability for this implementation.

For more information, please contact

  David.Novak@noaa.gov
  301-683-1484

National Service Change Notices are online at:

  http://www.weather.gov/os/notif.htm

$$








000
NOUS41 KWBC 241913
PNSWSH

Technical Implementation Notice 15-37
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
310 PM EDT Fri Jul 24 2015

TO:      Subscribers:
         -Family of Services
         -NOAA Weather Wire Service
         -Emergency Managers Weather Information Network
         -NOAAPORT
         Other NWS Partners and NWS employees

FROM:    David Novak
         Director, Weather Prediction Center

SUBJECT: Change to the Product Definition Template 4.8 Generating
         Process Identifier for the WPC Day 1-3 Excessive
         Rainfall Outlook GriB2 files effective
         September 28, 2015

Effective Monday, September 28, 2015, at 1500 Coordinated
Universal Time (UTC), the National Centers for Environmental
Predictions (NCEP) Weather Prediction Center (WPC) will change
the Product Definition Template 4.8 Generating Process
Identifier. WPC will change the WPC Day 1-3 Excessive Rainfall
Outlook Gridded Binary 2 (GriB2) files from 180 to 224. This
change will resolve a decoding conflict between the Excessive
Rainfall Outlooks and WPC`s Quantitative Precipitation Forecasts.

Products Affected

Product             WMO Header
-------             ----------
Day 1 Grid          MENC98 KWNH
Day 2 Grid          MENS98 KWNH
Day 3 Grid          MENU98 KWNH

Users who ingest the GriB2 files may need to update their
procedures and scripts in order to properly decode the Excessive
Rainfall Outlooks. The GriB2 files are available online at the
following locations:

Day 1 - ftp://ftp.wpc.ncep.noaa.gov/5km_94e/
Day 2 - ftp://ftp.wpc.ncep.noaa.gov/5km_98e/
Day 3 - ftp://ftp.wpc.ncep.noaa.gov/5km_99e/

No additional changes will be made to product contents or
availability for this implementation.

For more information, please contact

  David.Novak@noaa.gov
  301-683-1484

National Service Change Notices are online at:

  http://www.weather.gov/os/notif.htm

$$








000
NOUS44 KMOB 241555
PNSMOB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MOBILE AL
1055 AM CDT FRI JULY 24 2015

...NOAA ALL HAZARDS WEATHER RADIO BROADCAST TRANSMITTING FROM
BREWTON ALABAMA WILL BE INTERMITTENT DUE TO PHONE LINE PROBLEMS...

THE NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO TRANSMITTER LOCATED AT BREWTON ALABAMA
...STATION WNG-646 BROADCASTING ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.475
MEGAHERTZ...WILL BE INTERMITTENT DUE TO PHONE LINE ISSUES.
TECHNICIANS ARE CURRENTLY WORKING ON THE PROBLEM.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 241201
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT FRI JUL 24 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 1994, A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM CREATED A 6 MILE WIDE BY 19 MILE LONG
SWATH OF DAMAGE WHEN HAIL THE SIZE OF BASEBALLS FELL ACROSS THE AREA FROM
JUST NORTH OF BENKELMAN TO THE KANSAS AND NEBRASKA STATE LINE. PROPERTY
DAMAGE WAS ESTIMATED AT $2.8 MILLION WITH NEARLY $7 MILLION IN CROP DAMAGE.
BASEBALL SIZE HAIL WAS ALSO REPORTED IN SHERMAN COUNTY AND WICHITA COUNTY.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 241201
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT FRI JUL 24 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 1994, A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM CREATED A 6 MILE WIDE BY 19 MILE LONG
SWATH OF DAMAGE WHEN HAIL THE SIZE OF BASEBALLS FELL ACROSS THE AREA FROM
JUST NORTH OF BENKELMAN TO THE KANSAS AND NEBRASKA STATE LINE. PROPERTY
DAMAGE WAS ESTIMATED AT $2.8 MILLION WITH NEARLY $7 MILLION IN CROP DAMAGE.
BASEBALL SIZE HAIL WAS ALSO REPORTED IN SHERMAN COUNTY AND WICHITA COUNTY.

$$



000
NOUS41 KGYX 240900
PNSGYX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY ME
500 AM EDT FRI JUL 24 2015


THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED THE WEEK OF JULY
20TH THROUGH 24TH, HURRICANE AWARENESS WEEK IN NEW ENGLAND.
THIS IS THE FIFTH IN A SERIES OF FIVE PUBLIC INFORMATION
STATEMENTS TO BE ISSUED BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
OFFICE IN GRAY, CONTAINING INFORMATION ON HURRICANES AND
HURRICANE SAFETY.


FRIDAY - THE FORECAST PROCESS--STATEMENTS, WATCHES, AND
WARNINGS

ONE PART OF THE MISSION OF THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
(NWS) IS TO SAVE LIVES AND PROTECT PROPERTY BY ISSUING
WATCHES, WARNINGS, FORECASTS, STATEMENTS, AND OTHER
PERTINENT INFORMATION.  THESE PRODUCTS ARE USED BY
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AND RESPONSE PERSONNEL, BROADCAST
METEOROLOGISTS, AND THE PUBLIC.

DURING HURRICANES AND TROPICAL STORMS, THE NATIONAL
HURRICANE CENTER AND LOCAL NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICES
ACROSS THE COUNTRY SHARE IN THE RESPONSIBILITY FOR
PROVIDING CRITICAL WEATHER INFORMATION TO THE PUBLIC.  TO
DO SO, THE HURRICANE CENTER AND LOCAL OFFICES CLOSELY
COORDINATE ON THE FORECAST, IN ORDER TO PROVIDE CONSISTENT
INFORMATION TO THE PUBLIC.  CONSEQUENTLY, THE NORMAL ZONE
FORECASTS MAY BE DELAYED DURING THESE SITUATIONS.

TO MAKE ACCURATE FORECASTS, FORECASTERS RELY ON A
COMBINATION OF OBSERVATIONS, ANALYSES, STATISTICS, AND
COMPUTER GENERATED GUIDANCE IN MAKING THEIR PREDICTIONS.

STANDARD OBSERVING EQUIPMENT SUCH AS SATELLITES, BUOYS, AND
LAND BASED OBSERVATIONS ARE ALL IMPORTANT IN LOCATING AND
TRACKING THE STORM.  IN ADDITION, RECONNAISSANCE AIRCRAFT
FLY THROUGH THE STORMS TO TAKE AND COLLECT SPECIAL
OBSERVATIONS AND TO DROP SPECIALIZED INSTRUMENTS CALLED
DROPSONDES INTO THE STORMS TO GATHER ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION. AS THESE STORMS APPROACH LAND, RADAR
OBSERVATIONS BECOME INCREASINGLY IMPORTANT.  QUALITY,
QUANTITY, AND TIMELINESS OF REMOTE SENSING OBSERVATIONS ARE
CRITICAL FOR ACCURATE AND TIMELY FORECASTS AND WARNINGS.
ONCE THE OBSERVATIONS HAVE BEEN COLLECTED, THE DATA ARE
CHECKED FOR QUALITY, ANALYZED, AND USED AS THE STARTING
CONDITIONS FOR A VARIETY OF WEATHER PREDICTION MODELS.



THE WEATHER PREDICTION MODELS START WITH THE OBSERVED
CONDITIONS AND PERFORM MILLIONS OF CALCULATIONS TO GENERATE
PREDICTIONS OF THE HURRICANE TRACK AND INTENSITY AND OF THE
GENERAL CONDITIONS OF THE ATMOSPHERE SURROUNDING THE STORM.
BOTH THE NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER AND LOCAL OFFICES
EVALUATE THESE COMPUTER PREDICTIONS, COORDINATE AND
COLLABORATE, AND DECIDE ON A CONSISTENT FORECAST TO BE
RELEASED TO THE MEDIA AND THE PUBLIC.  ONCE THE
COORDINATION IS COMPLETE, BOTH THE NATIONAL HURRICANE
CENTER AND THE LOCAL NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE ARE
RESPONSIBLE FOR ISSUING A VARIETY OF FORECAST, WATCH, AND
WARNING PRODUCTS TO THE PUBLIC.

LIKE ALL WEATHER-RELATED THREATS, THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE RELIES ON A WATCH AND WARNING PROGRAM TO ALERT THE
PUBLIC TO THE POTENTIAL DANGERS FROM TROPICAL STORMS AND
HURRICANES.

A TROPICAL STORM WATCH/HURRICANE WATCH IS ISSUED WHEN
TROPICAL STORM/HURRICANE FORCE WINDS ARE POSSIBLE ALONG THE
COAST WITHIN 48 HOURS.  IF YOU HAVEN`T DONE SO PRIOR TO THE
ISSUANCE OF THE WATCH, IT`S A GOOD TIME TO BEGIN
PREPARATIONS FOR THE POTENTIAL STORM, ESPECIALLY FOR THOSE
ACTIONS THAT REQUIRE EXTRA TIME.

A TROPICAL STORM/HURRICANE WARNING IS ISSUED WHEN TROPICAL
STORM/HURRICANE FORCE WINDS ARE EXPECTED ALONG THE COAST
WITHIN 36 HOURS.  ONCE THE WARNING HAS BEEN ISSUED, YOU
SHOULD COMPLETE ANY PREPARATORY ACTIONS AND GET TO A SAFE
LOCATION.

ONCE THE STORM ARRIVES, STAY IN THE SAFE LOCATION UNTIL THE
STORM HAS COMPLETELY PASSED.  DON`T BE FOOLED BY THE EYE OF
THE STORM, WHICH CAN MISLEAD PEOPLE INTO THINKING THAT THE
STORM IS OVER.  WINDS AND RAIN WILL INCREASE RAPIDLY
IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE EYE PASSES OVERHEAD.

WHILE THE NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER ISSUES HURRICANE AND
TROPICAL STORM WATCHES AND WARNINGS FOR THE COAST, THE
LOCAL NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE IS RESPONSIBLE FOR
ISSUING NUMEROUS WATCHES, WARNINGS, AND ADVISORIES FOR
VARIOUS LOCAL HAZARDS ASSOCIATED WITH OR PRECEDING THE
STORM, BOTH ALONG THE COAST AND INLAND.  THESE INCLUDE:

               COASTAL FLOOD
               INLAND TROPICAL STORM/HURRICANE
               FLOOD
               FLASH FLOOD
               SEVERE THUNDERSTORM
               TORNADO



WHILE ISSUED SEPARATELY, THESE WATCHES AND WARNINGS ARE
GENERALLY SUMMARIZED BY EACH LOCAL NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
OFFICE IN HURRICANE LOCAL STATEMENTS.  IN ADDITION, EACH
LOCAL OFFICE ISSUES A VARIETY OF FORECASTS AND INFORMATION
STATEMENTS DURING HURRICANES OR TROPICAL STORMS.

IN ADDITION TO TROPICAL STORM/HURRICANE WATCHES AND
WARNINGS, THE NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER AND THE TROPICAL
PREDICTION CENTER ISSUE NUMEROUS OTHER PRODUCTS THAT CAN BE
VERY USEFUL IN TRACKING AND ASSESSING THE POTENTIAL HAZARDS
FROM TROPICAL SYSTEMS.  THESE INCLUDE:

  EXPERIMENTAL STORM SURGE WATCHES AND WARNINGS
  TROPICAL WEATHER OUTLOOKS (ISSUED 4 TIMES DAILY FROM JUNE
                              1ST TO NOV. 30TH)
  PUBLIC ADVISORIES (ISSUED EVERY 6 HOURS AS NEEDED)
  INTERMEDIATE PUBLIC ADVISORIES (ISSUED EVERY 2 TO 3 HOURS
                                   AS NEEDED)
  FORECAST/ADVISORIES (ISSUED EVERY 6 HOURS AS NEEDED)
  FORECAST DISCUSSIONS (ISSUED EVERY 6 HOURS AS NEEDED)
  WIND SPEED PROBABILITY FORECASTS (ISSUED EVERY 6 HOURS AS
                               NEEDED)


QUESTION OF THE DAY:  DURING WHICH MONTH ARE TROPICAL
STORMS MOST LIKELY TO DEVELOP?

WHILE THE FREQUENCY OF TROPICAL STORMS INCREASES IN JULY,
THE MOST ACTIVE PART OF THE ATLANTIC HURRICANE SEASON RUNS
BETWEEN AUGUST 1 AND OCTOBER 31.  ACCORDING TO THE
HISTORICAL RECORD FROM 1886 TO 1997, THE PEAK MONTH FOR
TROPICAL STORM ACTIVITY IS SEPTEMBER.  BELOW IS THE
PERCENTAGE OF THE STORMS THAT DEVELOPED IN EACH MONTH.

               MONTH       PERCENTAGE OF STORMS
               MAY                  1%
               JUNE                 6%
               JULY                 8%
               AUGUST              24%
               SEPTEMBER           34%
               OCTOBER             21%
               NOVEMBER             5%
               DECEMBER             1%


FACT FOR THE DAY: IN 2006, THE NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER
BEGAN ISSUING PUBLIC FORECAST OF WIND PROBABILITIES FOR
VARIOUS LOCATIONS ALONG THE COAST.  THESE NUMBERS ARE
GENERATED STATISTICALLY, AND DUE TO THE UNCERTAINTY IN
FORECASTING THE TRACK AND INTENSITY, THE NUMBERS MAY SEEM
RATHER LOW, ESPECIALLY DAYS BEFORE LANDFALL.  DON`T BE
FOOLED BY THE LOW PROBABILITIES; EVEN THOUGH YOUR
PROBABILITY IS LOW, YOU MAY BE IN THE AREA MOST LIKELY TO
BE HIT BY THE STORM.


HERE`S A LIST OF TOPICS THAT WERE COVERED EARLIER THIS
WEEK:



MONDAY - TROPICAL CYCLONES, TROPICAL STORMS, AND
HURRICANES-          THE BASICS
TUESDAY - HURRICANE WINDS AND TORNADOES
WEDNESDAY - STORM SURGE AND MARINE SAFETY
THURSDAY - INLAND FLOODING

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT HURRICANES AND HURRICANE
SAFETY, VISIT THE NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER`S WEB SITE AT:

              HTTP://WWW.NHC.NOAA.GOV/

$$

JENSENIUS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
GRAY...MAINE
NNNN


000
NOUS41 KGYX 240900
PNSGYX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY ME
500 AM EDT FRI JUL 24 2015


THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED THE WEEK OF JULY
20TH THROUGH 24TH, HURRICANE AWARENESS WEEK IN NEW ENGLAND.
THIS IS THE FIFTH IN A SERIES OF FIVE PUBLIC INFORMATION
STATEMENTS TO BE ISSUED BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
OFFICE IN GRAY, CONTAINING INFORMATION ON HURRICANES AND
HURRICANE SAFETY.


FRIDAY - THE FORECAST PROCESS--STATEMENTS, WATCHES, AND
WARNINGS

ONE PART OF THE MISSION OF THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
(NWS) IS TO SAVE LIVES AND PROTECT PROPERTY BY ISSUING
WATCHES, WARNINGS, FORECASTS, STATEMENTS, AND OTHER
PERTINENT INFORMATION.  THESE PRODUCTS ARE USED BY
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AND RESPONSE PERSONNEL, BROADCAST
METEOROLOGISTS, AND THE PUBLIC.

DURING HURRICANES AND TROPICAL STORMS, THE NATIONAL
HURRICANE CENTER AND LOCAL NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICES
ACROSS THE COUNTRY SHARE IN THE RESPONSIBILITY FOR
PROVIDING CRITICAL WEATHER INFORMATION TO THE PUBLIC.  TO
DO SO, THE HURRICANE CENTER AND LOCAL OFFICES CLOSELY
COORDINATE ON THE FORECAST, IN ORDER TO PROVIDE CONSISTENT
INFORMATION TO THE PUBLIC.  CONSEQUENTLY, THE NORMAL ZONE
FORECASTS MAY BE DELAYED DURING THESE SITUATIONS.

TO MAKE ACCURATE FORECASTS, FORECASTERS RELY ON A
COMBINATION OF OBSERVATIONS, ANALYSES, STATISTICS, AND
COMPUTER GENERATED GUIDANCE IN MAKING THEIR PREDICTIONS.

STANDARD OBSERVING EQUIPMENT SUCH AS SATELLITES, BUOYS, AND
LAND BASED OBSERVATIONS ARE ALL IMPORTANT IN LOCATING AND
TRACKING THE STORM.  IN ADDITION, RECONNAISSANCE AIRCRAFT
FLY THROUGH THE STORMS TO TAKE AND COLLECT SPECIAL
OBSERVATIONS AND TO DROP SPECIALIZED INSTRUMENTS CALLED
DROPSONDES INTO THE STORMS TO GATHER ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION. AS THESE STORMS APPROACH LAND, RADAR
OBSERVATIONS BECOME INCREASINGLY IMPORTANT.  QUALITY,
QUANTITY, AND TIMELINESS OF REMOTE SENSING OBSERVATIONS ARE
CRITICAL FOR ACCURATE AND TIMELY FORECASTS AND WARNINGS.
ONCE THE OBSERVATIONS HAVE BEEN COLLECTED, THE DATA ARE
CHECKED FOR QUALITY, ANALYZED, AND USED AS THE STARTING
CONDITIONS FOR A VARIETY OF WEATHER PREDICTION MODELS.



THE WEATHER PREDICTION MODELS START WITH THE OBSERVED
CONDITIONS AND PERFORM MILLIONS OF CALCULATIONS TO GENERATE
PREDICTIONS OF THE HURRICANE TRACK AND INTENSITY AND OF THE
GENERAL CONDITIONS OF THE ATMOSPHERE SURROUNDING THE STORM.
BOTH THE NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER AND LOCAL OFFICES
EVALUATE THESE COMPUTER PREDICTIONS, COORDINATE AND
COLLABORATE, AND DECIDE ON A CONSISTENT FORECAST TO BE
RELEASED TO THE MEDIA AND THE PUBLIC.  ONCE THE
COORDINATION IS COMPLETE, BOTH THE NATIONAL HURRICANE
CENTER AND THE LOCAL NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE ARE
RESPONSIBLE FOR ISSUING A VARIETY OF FORECAST, WATCH, AND
WARNING PRODUCTS TO THE PUBLIC.

LIKE ALL WEATHER-RELATED THREATS, THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE RELIES ON A WATCH AND WARNING PROGRAM TO ALERT THE
PUBLIC TO THE POTENTIAL DANGERS FROM TROPICAL STORMS AND
HURRICANES.

A TROPICAL STORM WATCH/HURRICANE WATCH IS ISSUED WHEN
TROPICAL STORM/HURRICANE FORCE WINDS ARE POSSIBLE ALONG THE
COAST WITHIN 48 HOURS.  IF YOU HAVEN`T DONE SO PRIOR TO THE
ISSUANCE OF THE WATCH, IT`S A GOOD TIME TO BEGIN
PREPARATIONS FOR THE POTENTIAL STORM, ESPECIALLY FOR THOSE
ACTIONS THAT REQUIRE EXTRA TIME.

A TROPICAL STORM/HURRICANE WARNING IS ISSUED WHEN TROPICAL
STORM/HURRICANE FORCE WINDS ARE EXPECTED ALONG THE COAST
WITHIN 36 HOURS.  ONCE THE WARNING HAS BEEN ISSUED, YOU
SHOULD COMPLETE ANY PREPARATORY ACTIONS AND GET TO A SAFE
LOCATION.

ONCE THE STORM ARRIVES, STAY IN THE SAFE LOCATION UNTIL THE
STORM HAS COMPLETELY PASSED.  DON`T BE FOOLED BY THE EYE OF
THE STORM, WHICH CAN MISLEAD PEOPLE INTO THINKING THAT THE
STORM IS OVER.  WINDS AND RAIN WILL INCREASE RAPIDLY
IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE EYE PASSES OVERHEAD.

WHILE THE NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER ISSUES HURRICANE AND
TROPICAL STORM WATCHES AND WARNINGS FOR THE COAST, THE
LOCAL NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE IS RESPONSIBLE FOR
ISSUING NUMEROUS WATCHES, WARNINGS, AND ADVISORIES FOR
VARIOUS LOCAL HAZARDS ASSOCIATED WITH OR PRECEDING THE
STORM, BOTH ALONG THE COAST AND INLAND.  THESE INCLUDE:

               COASTAL FLOOD
               INLAND TROPICAL STORM/HURRICANE
               FLOOD
               FLASH FLOOD
               SEVERE THUNDERSTORM
               TORNADO



WHILE ISSUED SEPARATELY, THESE WATCHES AND WARNINGS ARE
GENERALLY SUMMARIZED BY EACH LOCAL NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
OFFICE IN HURRICANE LOCAL STATEMENTS.  IN ADDITION, EACH
LOCAL OFFICE ISSUES A VARIETY OF FORECASTS AND INFORMATION
STATEMENTS DURING HURRICANES OR TROPICAL STORMS.

IN ADDITION TO TROPICAL STORM/HURRICANE WATCHES AND
WARNINGS, THE NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER AND THE TROPICAL
PREDICTION CENTER ISSUE NUMEROUS OTHER PRODUCTS THAT CAN BE
VERY USEFUL IN TRACKING AND ASSESSING THE POTENTIAL HAZARDS
FROM TROPICAL SYSTEMS.  THESE INCLUDE:

  EXPERIMENTAL STORM SURGE WATCHES AND WARNINGS
  TROPICAL WEATHER OUTLOOKS (ISSUED 4 TIMES DAILY FROM JUNE
                              1ST TO NOV. 30TH)
  PUBLIC ADVISORIES (ISSUED EVERY 6 HOURS AS NEEDED)
  INTERMEDIATE PUBLIC ADVISORIES (ISSUED EVERY 2 TO 3 HOURS
                                   AS NEEDED)
  FORECAST/ADVISORIES (ISSUED EVERY 6 HOURS AS NEEDED)
  FORECAST DISCUSSIONS (ISSUED EVERY 6 HOURS AS NEEDED)
  WIND SPEED PROBABILITY FORECASTS (ISSUED EVERY 6 HOURS AS
                               NEEDED)


QUESTION OF THE DAY:  DURING WHICH MONTH ARE TROPICAL
STORMS MOST LIKELY TO DEVELOP?

WHILE THE FREQUENCY OF TROPICAL STORMS INCREASES IN JULY,
THE MOST ACTIVE PART OF THE ATLANTIC HURRICANE SEASON RUNS
BETWEEN AUGUST 1 AND OCTOBER 31.  ACCORDING TO THE
HISTORICAL RECORD FROM 1886 TO 1997, THE PEAK MONTH FOR
TROPICAL STORM ACTIVITY IS SEPTEMBER.  BELOW IS THE
PERCENTAGE OF THE STORMS THAT DEVELOPED IN EACH MONTH.

               MONTH       PERCENTAGE OF STORMS
               MAY                  1%
               JUNE                 6%
               JULY                 8%
               AUGUST              24%
               SEPTEMBER           34%
               OCTOBER             21%
               NOVEMBER             5%
               DECEMBER             1%


FACT FOR THE DAY: IN 2006, THE NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER
BEGAN ISSUING PUBLIC FORECAST OF WIND PROBABILITIES FOR
VARIOUS LOCATIONS ALONG THE COAST.  THESE NUMBERS ARE
GENERATED STATISTICALLY, AND DUE TO THE UNCERTAINTY IN
FORECASTING THE TRACK AND INTENSITY, THE NUMBERS MAY SEEM
RATHER LOW, ESPECIALLY DAYS BEFORE LANDFALL.  DON`T BE
FOOLED BY THE LOW PROBABILITIES; EVEN THOUGH YOUR
PROBABILITY IS LOW, YOU MAY BE IN THE AREA MOST LIKELY TO
BE HIT BY THE STORM.


HERE`S A LIST OF TOPICS THAT WERE COVERED EARLIER THIS
WEEK:



MONDAY - TROPICAL CYCLONES, TROPICAL STORMS, AND
HURRICANES-          THE BASICS
TUESDAY - HURRICANE WINDS AND TORNADOES
WEDNESDAY - STORM SURGE AND MARINE SAFETY
THURSDAY - INLAND FLOODING

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT HURRICANES AND HURRICANE
SAFETY, VISIT THE NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER`S WEB SITE AT:

              HTTP://WWW.NHC.NOAA.GOV/

$$

JENSENIUS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
GRAY...MAINE
NNNN



000
NOUS41 KGYX 240900
PNSGYX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY ME
500 AM EDT FRI JUL 24 2015


THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED THE WEEK OF JULY
20TH THROUGH 24TH, HURRICANE AWARENESS WEEK IN NEW ENGLAND.
THIS IS THE FIFTH IN A SERIES OF FIVE PUBLIC INFORMATION
STATEMENTS TO BE ISSUED BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
OFFICE IN GRAY, CONTAINING INFORMATION ON HURRICANES AND
HURRICANE SAFETY.


FRIDAY - THE FORECAST PROCESS--STATEMENTS, WATCHES, AND
WARNINGS

ONE PART OF THE MISSION OF THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
(NWS) IS TO SAVE LIVES AND PROTECT PROPERTY BY ISSUING
WATCHES, WARNINGS, FORECASTS, STATEMENTS, AND OTHER
PERTINENT INFORMATION.  THESE PRODUCTS ARE USED BY
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AND RESPONSE PERSONNEL, BROADCAST
METEOROLOGISTS, AND THE PUBLIC.

DURING HURRICANES AND TROPICAL STORMS, THE NATIONAL
HURRICANE CENTER AND LOCAL NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICES
ACROSS THE COUNTRY SHARE IN THE RESPONSIBILITY FOR
PROVIDING CRITICAL WEATHER INFORMATION TO THE PUBLIC.  TO
DO SO, THE HURRICANE CENTER AND LOCAL OFFICES CLOSELY
COORDINATE ON THE FORECAST, IN ORDER TO PROVIDE CONSISTENT
INFORMATION TO THE PUBLIC.  CONSEQUENTLY, THE NORMAL ZONE
FORECASTS MAY BE DELAYED DURING THESE SITUATIONS.

TO MAKE ACCURATE FORECASTS, FORECASTERS RELY ON A
COMBINATION OF OBSERVATIONS, ANALYSES, STATISTICS, AND
COMPUTER GENERATED GUIDANCE IN MAKING THEIR PREDICTIONS.

STANDARD OBSERVING EQUIPMENT SUCH AS SATELLITES, BUOYS, AND
LAND BASED OBSERVATIONS ARE ALL IMPORTANT IN LOCATING AND
TRACKING THE STORM.  IN ADDITION, RECONNAISSANCE AIRCRAFT
FLY THROUGH THE STORMS TO TAKE AND COLLECT SPECIAL
OBSERVATIONS AND TO DROP SPECIALIZED INSTRUMENTS CALLED
DROPSONDES INTO THE STORMS TO GATHER ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION. AS THESE STORMS APPROACH LAND, RADAR
OBSERVATIONS BECOME INCREASINGLY IMPORTANT.  QUALITY,
QUANTITY, AND TIMELINESS OF REMOTE SENSING OBSERVATIONS ARE
CRITICAL FOR ACCURATE AND TIMELY FORECASTS AND WARNINGS.
ONCE THE OBSERVATIONS HAVE BEEN COLLECTED, THE DATA ARE
CHECKED FOR QUALITY, ANALYZED, AND USED AS THE STARTING
CONDITIONS FOR A VARIETY OF WEATHER PREDICTION MODELS.



THE WEATHER PREDICTION MODELS START WITH THE OBSERVED
CONDITIONS AND PERFORM MILLIONS OF CALCULATIONS TO GENERATE
PREDICTIONS OF THE HURRICANE TRACK AND INTENSITY AND OF THE
GENERAL CONDITIONS OF THE ATMOSPHERE SURROUNDING THE STORM.
BOTH THE NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER AND LOCAL OFFICES
EVALUATE THESE COMPUTER PREDICTIONS, COORDINATE AND
COLLABORATE, AND DECIDE ON A CONSISTENT FORECAST TO BE
RELEASED TO THE MEDIA AND THE PUBLIC.  ONCE THE
COORDINATION IS COMPLETE, BOTH THE NATIONAL HURRICANE
CENTER AND THE LOCAL NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE ARE
RESPONSIBLE FOR ISSUING A VARIETY OF FORECAST, WATCH, AND
WARNING PRODUCTS TO THE PUBLIC.

LIKE ALL WEATHER-RELATED THREATS, THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE RELIES ON A WATCH AND WARNING PROGRAM TO ALERT THE
PUBLIC TO THE POTENTIAL DANGERS FROM TROPICAL STORMS AND
HURRICANES.

A TROPICAL STORM WATCH/HURRICANE WATCH IS ISSUED WHEN
TROPICAL STORM/HURRICANE FORCE WINDS ARE POSSIBLE ALONG THE
COAST WITHIN 48 HOURS.  IF YOU HAVEN`T DONE SO PRIOR TO THE
ISSUANCE OF THE WATCH, IT`S A GOOD TIME TO BEGIN
PREPARATIONS FOR THE POTENTIAL STORM, ESPECIALLY FOR THOSE
ACTIONS THAT REQUIRE EXTRA TIME.

A TROPICAL STORM/HURRICANE WARNING IS ISSUED WHEN TROPICAL
STORM/HURRICANE FORCE WINDS ARE EXPECTED ALONG THE COAST
WITHIN 36 HOURS.  ONCE THE WARNING HAS BEEN ISSUED, YOU
SHOULD COMPLETE ANY PREPARATORY ACTIONS AND GET TO A SAFE
LOCATION.

ONCE THE STORM ARRIVES, STAY IN THE SAFE LOCATION UNTIL THE
STORM HAS COMPLETELY PASSED.  DON`T BE FOOLED BY THE EYE OF
THE STORM, WHICH CAN MISLEAD PEOPLE INTO THINKING THAT THE
STORM IS OVER.  WINDS AND RAIN WILL INCREASE RAPIDLY
IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE EYE PASSES OVERHEAD.

WHILE THE NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER ISSUES HURRICANE AND
TROPICAL STORM WATCHES AND WARNINGS FOR THE COAST, THE
LOCAL NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE IS RESPONSIBLE FOR
ISSUING NUMEROUS WATCHES, WARNINGS, AND ADVISORIES FOR
VARIOUS LOCAL HAZARDS ASSOCIATED WITH OR PRECEDING THE
STORM, BOTH ALONG THE COAST AND INLAND.  THESE INCLUDE:

               COASTAL FLOOD
               INLAND TROPICAL STORM/HURRICANE
               FLOOD
               FLASH FLOOD
               SEVERE THUNDERSTORM
               TORNADO



WHILE ISSUED SEPARATELY, THESE WATCHES AND WARNINGS ARE
GENERALLY SUMMARIZED BY EACH LOCAL NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
OFFICE IN HURRICANE LOCAL STATEMENTS.  IN ADDITION, EACH
LOCAL OFFICE ISSUES A VARIETY OF FORECASTS AND INFORMATION
STATEMENTS DURING HURRICANES OR TROPICAL STORMS.

IN ADDITION TO TROPICAL STORM/HURRICANE WATCHES AND
WARNINGS, THE NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER AND THE TROPICAL
PREDICTION CENTER ISSUE NUMEROUS OTHER PRODUCTS THAT CAN BE
VERY USEFUL IN TRACKING AND ASSESSING THE POTENTIAL HAZARDS
FROM TROPICAL SYSTEMS.  THESE INCLUDE:

  EXPERIMENTAL STORM SURGE WATCHES AND WARNINGS
  TROPICAL WEATHER OUTLOOKS (ISSUED 4 TIMES DAILY FROM JUNE
                              1ST TO NOV. 30TH)
  PUBLIC ADVISORIES (ISSUED EVERY 6 HOURS AS NEEDED)
  INTERMEDIATE PUBLIC ADVISORIES (ISSUED EVERY 2 TO 3 HOURS
                                   AS NEEDED)
  FORECAST/ADVISORIES (ISSUED EVERY 6 HOURS AS NEEDED)
  FORECAST DISCUSSIONS (ISSUED EVERY 6 HOURS AS NEEDED)
  WIND SPEED PROBABILITY FORECASTS (ISSUED EVERY 6 HOURS AS
                               NEEDED)


QUESTION OF THE DAY:  DURING WHICH MONTH ARE TROPICAL
STORMS MOST LIKELY TO DEVELOP?

WHILE THE FREQUENCY OF TROPICAL STORMS INCREASES IN JULY,
THE MOST ACTIVE PART OF THE ATLANTIC HURRICANE SEASON RUNS
BETWEEN AUGUST 1 AND OCTOBER 31.  ACCORDING TO THE
HISTORICAL RECORD FROM 1886 TO 1997, THE PEAK MONTH FOR
TROPICAL STORM ACTIVITY IS SEPTEMBER.  BELOW IS THE
PERCENTAGE OF THE STORMS THAT DEVELOPED IN EACH MONTH.

               MONTH       PERCENTAGE OF STORMS
               MAY                  1%
               JUNE                 6%
               JULY                 8%
               AUGUST              24%
               SEPTEMBER           34%
               OCTOBER             21%
               NOVEMBER             5%
               DECEMBER             1%


FACT FOR THE DAY: IN 2006, THE NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER
BEGAN ISSUING PUBLIC FORECAST OF WIND PROBABILITIES FOR
VARIOUS LOCATIONS ALONG THE COAST.  THESE NUMBERS ARE
GENERATED STATISTICALLY, AND DUE TO THE UNCERTAINTY IN
FORECASTING THE TRACK AND INTENSITY, THE NUMBERS MAY SEEM
RATHER LOW, ESPECIALLY DAYS BEFORE LANDFALL.  DON`T BE
FOOLED BY THE LOW PROBABILITIES; EVEN THOUGH YOUR
PROBABILITY IS LOW, YOU MAY BE IN THE AREA MOST LIKELY TO
BE HIT BY THE STORM.


HERE`S A LIST OF TOPICS THAT WERE COVERED EARLIER THIS
WEEK:



MONDAY - TROPICAL CYCLONES, TROPICAL STORMS, AND
HURRICANES-          THE BASICS
TUESDAY - HURRICANE WINDS AND TORNADOES
WEDNESDAY - STORM SURGE AND MARINE SAFETY
THURSDAY - INLAND FLOODING

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT HURRICANES AND HURRICANE
SAFETY, VISIT THE NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER`S WEB SITE AT:

              HTTP://WWW.NHC.NOAA.GOV/

$$

JENSENIUS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
GRAY...MAINE
NNNN


000
NOUS41 KWBC 231722
PNSWSH

Technical Implementation Notice 15-32 Amended
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
125 PM EDT Thu Jul 23 2015

To:       Subscribers:
          -Family of Services
          -NOAA Weather Wire Service
          -Emergency Managers Weather Information Network
          -NOAAPORT
          Other NWS partners and NWS employees

From:     Timothy McClung
          Chief Operating Officer
          NWS Office of Science and Technology Integration

Subject:  Amended: Upgrade the Short Range Ensemble Forecast
          System Effective on date to be determined (TBD)

Amended to change the implementation date from July 28, 2015 to TBD

The upgrade by The National Centers for Environmental Prediction to the
the Short Range Ensemble Forecast System (SREF) is postponed due to
errors found in the dewpoint calculation during the evaluation period. An
amended TIN will be published once a new implementation date is set.

The SREF model upgrades include the following:

- The 7 Weather Research and Forecast (WRF) Nonhydrostatic
Mesoscale Model (NMM) members will be eliminated.  This
includes the following members: ctl, n1, p1, n2, p2, n3, p3.

- The Nonhydrostatic Multiscale Model on B-Grid (NMMB) model
members will be increased from 7 to 13 members.  The new NMMB
members will be: n4, p4, n5, p5, n6, p6.

- The Advanced Research WRF (WRF-ARW) members will also be
increased from 7 to 13 members.  The new ARW members will be:
n4, p4, n5, p5, n6, p6.

- Each ensemble member ID will be encoded in the GRIB data for
the 26 individual raw SREF members.

- Cloud ceiling height will change from Above Ground Level
(AGL) to Above Sea Level (ASL) as requested by the aviation
user community.

- Science changes include more diversity in model initial
conditions (IC), IC perturbations and physics.  The vertical
resolution of the model will increase from 35 to 40 vertical
levels.

- As a uniform measure across all NCEP regional models (see
BUFR Station change TIN 15-30, NOUS41 KWBC 091327, PNSWSH,

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/os/notification/tin15-30bufr_staids.htm

138 new stations have been added in the
bufr/sounding output. See the above mentioned TIN for the
detail changes.

- All SREF-based downstream jobs such as cyclone track will
not be impacted in their formats and file names, but are
calculated based on new 26 members instead of 21 members,
where new members are n4, n5, n6, p4, p5 and p6

Graphical data is viewable here:

  http://www.emc.ncep.noaa.gov/mmb/gplou/emchurr/glblgen/

The Environmental Modeling Center (EMC) Mesoscale Modeling
Branch (MMB) has a publicly available website which can
provide users more information concerning the SREF modeling
system as well as other NCEP regional modeling systems:

  http://www.emc.ncep.noaa.gov/mmb/mesoscale.html

AWIPS product changes:

The total number of ensemble members in this upgrade will
increase from 21 to 26 due to the discontinuation of the NMM
members, and the increase of both the NMMB and ARW members
from 7 to 13 members.  The increase in ensemble membership
will be reflected in the following AWIPS products:

- For 2-meter Temperature and 3-hourly Precipitation products
on Grid #221 (32 km North American Lambert Conformal Grid),
the GRIB2 Product Definition Template (PDT) will be modified
to identify the individual ensemble members.

- For the Mean, Probability, and Spread products on Grids #212
(40 km Contiguous United States (CONUS) Lambert Conformal
Grid), #216 (45km Alaska Polar Stereographic Grid), and #243
(Eastern North Pacific Grid), the GRIB2 encoding will reflect
the total increase in ensemble members from 21 to 26.

File name changes:

There will be no changes in the file naming convention for the
NMMB files, where the model core in file names is represented
with the string "nmb".  However, the file naming convention
for all ARW files will be modified by replacing the previous
em string with the arw string.

Also, the file naming convention for the mean, probability and
spread cluster files on the NCEP FTP server and NOMADS will
change to lead with "sref" and the model cycle:

[mean|prob|spread].sref.cluster[1-6].fHH.grib2 ->
sref.tCCz.[mean|prob|spread]_cluster[1-6].fHH.grib2

where CC is the model cycle (03, 09, 15, 21), HH is the 2-
digit forecast hour (00, 03, 06, ..., 81, 84, 87)

Data delivery timing/volume/content changes:

With this upgrade, no changes in delivery time are expected.
The GRIB2 product definition section (PDS) will be modified to
identify the individual SREF members.  In combination with the
model ID (111=NMMB and 116=ARW), users will be able to
identify each of the unique SREF members, as follows: ctl, p1
(+1), n1 (-1), p2 (+2), n2 (-2), ..., p6 (+6), n6 (-6).  Due
to the increase in SREF members from 21 to 26 and the addition
of the member ID to each member`s GRIB2 file, users can expect
approximately a 10% increase in the data volume for each of
the raw individual ensemble member`s files.

Output from the SREF is available for North America, the
Contiguous United States, Alaska, and Eastern Pacific domains
on NOMADS and NOAAPORT.

NOMADS data is available via the following URL:

  http://nomads.ncep.noaa.gov/pub/data/nccf/com/sref

Output from the SREF is available for the CONUS domain on the
NWS FTP server at the following location:

ftp://tgftp.nws.noaa.gov/SL.us008001/ST.opnl/MT.sref_CY.CC/RD.YYYYMMDD

where CC is the cycle (03, 09, 15, 21) and YYYYMMDD is the
current date.

A consistent parallel feed of data will be made available on
the NCEP HTTP server at the following URL:

  http://para.nomads.ncep.noaa.gov/pub/data/nccf/com/sref/para

NCEP encourages all users to ensure their decoders are
flexible and are able to adequately handle changes in content
order, changes in the scaling factor component within the
product definition section (PDS) of the GRIB files, and also
any volume changes which may occur. These elements may change
with future NCEP model implementations. NCEP will make every
attempt to alert users to these changes prior to any
implementations.

For questions regarding the scientific content of the modeling
system, please contact:

     Geoff DiMego
     NCEP/EMC
     College Park, Maryland 20740
     Phone: 301-683-3764
     Geoff.Dimego@noaa.gov
Or
     Jun Du
     NCEP/EMC
     College Park, Maryland 20740
     Phone: 301-763-3704
     Jun.Du@noaa.gov

For questions regarding the dataflow aspects of these data
sets, please contact:

     Justin Cooke
     NCEP/NCO Dataflow Team
     College Park, Maryland 20740
     Phone:  301-683-0567
     Email:  ncep.list.pmb-dataflow@noaa.gov

NWS Technical Implementation Notices are online at:

     http://www.nws.noaa.gov/om/notif.htm

$$



000
NOUS41 KWBC 231722
PNSWSH

Technical Implementation Notice 15-30, Amended
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
125 PM EDT Thu Jul 22 2015

To:       Subscribers:
          -Family of Services
          -NOAA Weather Wire Service
          -Emergency Managers Weather Information Network
          -NOAAPORT
          Other NWS Partners, Users and Employees

From:     Tim McClung
          Chief Operating Officer
          NWS Office of Science and Technology Integration

Subject:  Amended: Additions and Changes to the BUFR station
          lists for the NAM, RAP, HRRR and Hi-Res Windows
          Effective July 28, 2015; SREF update date TBD

Amended to reflect that the NAM, RAP, HRRR and Hi-Res Window will
be updated on July 28 as planned. The SREF update is on hold
until the SREF model is upgraded. Users should refer to TIN 15-32
for the final implementation date of the SREF including the BUFR
station update:

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/os/notification/tin15-32srefaaa.htm

Effective on or about Tuesday, July 28, 2015, beginning with the
1200 Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) model distribution, the
National Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP) will modify
the list of stations for which BUFR data are generated for the
following models:

-North American Mesoscale (NAM)
-Rapid Refresh (RAP)
-High-Resolution Rapid Refresh (HRRR)
-High-Resolution ARW and NMMB Windows (HIRESW)

The changes will also modify the lists of stations in NAM model
BUFR sounding collectives disseminated on NOAAPORT.

The same changes will be made to the Short-Range Ensemble
Forecast System (SREF), but on a date yet to be determined.  The
date will be advertised in NWS TIN 15-32.


Table 1, below, lists the new stations. Table 2, lists the
stations changing. No stations are being removed.

The high-resolution NAM nests use the same station list as the
parent 12 km NAM, so any changes to the list involving locations
within a particular nest impact that nest`s BUFR output as well.
In this implementation, all of the new and modified sites are in
either the CONUS nest output or the Alaska nest output.

The changes to the BUFR station lists will not result in changes
to the WMO headers of the NOAAPORT NAM soundings collectives. The
headers listed in Table 3, below, are used today, and will
continue to be used. There will also be no change to the BUFR
format of the products except including new stations in the
collectives.  The new stations appear in their assigned
collectives in Table 4.

Table 1.   New stations in the BUFR lists.  The numerical and
character identifications are provided:

000340 55.00N 170.00E BS1   BERING SEA
000341 55.00N 180.00E BS2   BERING SEA
000342 60.00N 175.00E BS3   BERING SEA
000368 46.19N 121.70W MAW   MT ADAMS WEST           WA
000369 46.28N 122.28W SHNW  MT ST HELENS NW         WA
000370 45.35N 121.94W MHW   MT HOOD WEST            OR
000371 44.17N 122.06W TSW   THREE SISTERS WEST      OR
000372 45.03N  99.11W FLK   FAULKTON                SD
000373 45.46N  91.74W PEV   PEEVER                  SD
000374 38.28N  95.22W KK68  GARNETT AIRPORT         KS
000375 39.86N  96.63W KMYZ  MARYSVILLE AIRPORT      KS
000376 44.38N 106.72W BYG   JOHNSON_CTY/BUFFALO     WY
000377 44.52N 108.08W KGEY  GREYBULL_AIRPORT        WY
000378 45.10N  90.30W KMDZ  MEDFORD                 WI
000379 44.46N  92.29W 82MN  LAKE CITY               MN
000380 37.29N 107.06W KPSO  PAGOSA SPRINGS          CO
000381 38.23N 108.56W KAIB  NUCLA                   CO
000382 40.05N 107.89W KEEO  MEEKER                  CO
000383 41.64N  91.54W KIOW  IOWA CITY               IA
000384 39.05N 105.51W K4MB  WILKERSON PASS          CO
000385 40.05N 106.36W K20V  KREMMLING               CO
000386 38.76N  87.61W KLWV  LAWRENCEVILLE/VINCEN    IL
000387 39.07N  88.53W K1H2  EFFINGHAM CO MEM APT    IL
000388 40.94N  90.43W KGBG  GALESBURG               IL
000389 39.77N  90.24W KIJX  JACKSONVILLE            IL
000390 39.48N  88.28W KMTO  COLES CO MEM APT        IL
000391 43.39N  99.84W KICR  WINNER                  SD
000392 43.02N 102.52W KIEN  PINE RIDGE              SD
000393 43.89N 104.32W KECS  NEWCASTLE               WY
000394 44.56N 102.66W UNIS  UNION CENTER            SD
000395 43.74N 105.74W WGTW  WRIGHT                  WY
000396 46.15N  98.21W KLNL  LAND OLAKES            WI
000397 46.54N  87.39W MQTM  MARQUETTE               MI
000398 46.68N  85.97W GRMM  GRAND MARAIS            MI
000399 46.61N  88.91W KTNM  KENTON                  MI
000629 41.73N  98.01W KBVN  ALBION                  NE
000630 41.58N  95.34W KHNR  HARLAN                  IA
000631 42.24N  96.98W KLCG  WAYNE                   NE
000632 37.70N  98.75W PTT   PRATT                   KS
000633 48.75N  98.39W D55   LANGDON                 ND
000634 48.75N  96.94W KHCO  HALLOCK                 MN
000635 44.46N  96.25W IVNH  IVANHOE                 MN
000636 43.17N  95.21W KSPW  SPENCER                 IA
000637 43.22N  99.40W K9D1  GREGORY                 SD
000638 43.26N  98.76W RLAS  LAKE ANDES              SD
000639 40.90N  97.62W KJYR  YORK                    NE
000640 40.79N  99.78W KLXN  LEXINGTON               NE
000641 40.15N  97.58W KHJH  HEBRON                  NE
000642 39.73N  99.32W KPHG  PHILLIPSBURG            KS
000643 36.77N  90.32W KPOF  POPLAR BLUFF            MO
000644 37.36N  87.40W 2I0   MADISONVILLE            KY
000645 39.05N  85.61W KOVO  NORTH VERNON            IN
000646 37.75N  82.64W SJS   BIG SANDY REG APT       KY
000647 36.61N  83.74W K1A6  MIDDLESBORO/BELL_CO_APT KY
000648 36.86N  84.86W KEKQ  WAYNE_COUNTY_APT        KY
000649 38.06N  83.98W KIOB  MT STERLING/MGY_CO_APT  KY
000650 41.12N 101.77W KOGA  OGALLALA                NE
000651 41.96N 100.57W KTIF  THEDFORD                NE
000652 43.55N 109.69W KDUB  DUBOIS                  WY
000653 42.71N 110.94W KAFO  AFTON                   WY
000654 41.82N 110.56W KEMM  KEMMERER                WY
000655 44.87N 108.79W KPOY  POWELL                  WY
000656 44.91N 108.45W KU68  COWLEY                  WY
000657 43.71N 106.63W KYC   KAYCEE                  WY
000658 43.52N  89.77W KDLL  BARABOO/WI DELLS        WI
000659 43.77N  88.49W KFLD  FOND DU LAC             WI
000660 42.89N  90.24W KMRJ  MINERAL POINT           WI
000661 43.04N  88.24W KUES  WAUKESHA                WI
000662 44.04N  89.31W KY50  WAUTOMA                 WI
000663 41.35N  89.15W KVYS  PERU                    IL
000664 41.70N  86.82W KMGC  MICHIGAN CITY           IN
000665 41.07N  87.85W KIKK  KANKAKEE                IL
000667 41.89N  89.08W KRPJ  ROCHELLE/KORITZ_FIELD   IL
000668 45.42N  91.77W KRPD  RICE LAKE               WI
000669 45.10N  94.51W KLJF  LITCHFIELD              MN
000670 44.73N  96.27W KCNB  CANBY                   MN
000671 40.10N 102.24W K2V5  WRAY                    CO
000672 38.76N 102.79W KC1   KIT CARSON              CO
000673 45.29N  86.98W DDOR  DEATHS DOOR             WI
000674 44.36N  89.84W KISW  WISCONSIN RAPIDS        WI
000675 39.99N  74.17W TMSR  TOMS RIVER              NJ
000676 37.70N  85.87W ELZB  ELIZABETHTOWN           KY
000678 37.67N  98.12W K9K8  KINGMAN                 KS
000679 37.28N  98.04W K8K2  HARPER                  KS
000680 38.30N  95.72W KUKL  BURLINGTON              KS
000681 37.85N  96.29W K13K  EUREKA                  KS
000682 38.75N  98.23W K9K7  ELLSWORTH               KS
000683 39.55N  73.90W ATL5  EAST OF LONG BEACH IS  ATL
000684 39.70N  71.60W ATL6  SOUTH OF MONTAUK       ATL
000698 42.50N  78.68W  SVL  SPRINGVILLE             NY
000699 43.49N  76.22W  MTG  MONTAGUE                NY
000765 63.68N 170.50W PASA  SAVOONGA_AIRPORT        AK
000766 68.13N 151.73W PAKP  ANAKTUVUK_PASS          AK
000767 63.77N 171.73W PAGM  GAMBELL                 AK
000768 60.37N 166.27W PAMY  MEKORYUK                AK
000769 56.65N 161.37W SHIV  SHIVELUCH               AK
000770 54.05N 159.43W KYMY  KARYMSKY                AK
723480 36.88N  91.90W KUNO  WEST_PLAINS             MO
723565 36.76N  96.01W KBVO  BARTLESVILLE            OK
724096 40.02N  74.60W KWRI  MCGUIRE_AFB             NJ
724237 37.75N  87.16W KOWB  OWENSBORO               KY
724240 37.91N  85.97W KFTK  FORT KNOX/GOODMAN FLD   KY
724336 37.78N  89.25W KMDH  CARBONDALE              IL
724398 40.12N  87.60W KDNV  DANVILLE/VERMILLION APT IL
724516 37.04N 100.97W KLBL  LIBERAL                 KS
724517 38.34N  98.86W KGBD  GREAT BEND              KS
724520 37.27N  98.55W KP28  MEDICINE LODGE          KS
724604 37.01N 101.88W KEHA  ELKHART                 KS
724627 37.95N 107.90W KTEX  TELLURIDE               CO
724655 39.38N  99.83W KHLC  HILL CITY               KS
724767 37.30N 108.67W KCEZ  CORTEZ                  CO
724768 40.43N 104.63W KGXY  GREELEY                 CO
724769 40.45N 105.01W KFNL  FORT COLLINS/LOVELAND   CO
724776 38.76N 109.75W KCNY  MOAB/CANYONLANDS        UT
724927 37.70N 121.82W KLVK  LIVERMORE_MUNICIPAL     CA
725326 41.74N  89.68W KSQI  STERLING/ROCK FALLS     IL
725467 40.75N  95.41W KSDA  SHENANDOAH              IA
725476 43.28N  91.74W KDEH  DECORAH                 IA
725515 40.30N  96.75W KBIE  BEATRICE                NE
725526 40.73N  99.00W KEAR  KEARNEY                 NE
725555 41.44N  99.64W KBBW  BROKEN BOW              NE
725565 41.45N  97.34W KOLU  COLUMBUS                NE
725566 42.47N  98.69W KONL  O`NEILL                 NE
725626 40.51N 101.62W KIML  IMPERIAL                NE
725628 40.45N  99.33W KHDE  HOLDREGE                NE
725717 39.53N 107.73W KRIL  RIFLE                   CO
726415 42.62N  89.04W KJVL  JANESVILLE/DOOR_CO      WI
726416 43.21N  90.18W KLNR  LONE ROCK               WI
726455 44.13N  87.68W KMTW  MANITOWOC_CO_APT        WI
726515 44.31N  96.82W KBKX  BROOKINGS               SD
726559 44.45N  95.82W KMML  MARSHALL                MN
726567 44.32N  94.50W KULM  NEW ULM                 MN
726578 45.95N  94.35W KLXL  LITTLE FALLS            MN
726589 43.68N  93.37W KAEL  ALBERT LEA              MN
726664 44.54N 110.42W KP60  LAKE YELLOWSTONE        WY
727457 46.83N  95.89W KDTL  DETROIT LAKES           MN
727924 46.12N 122.94W KLS   KELSO-LONGVEIW_AWOS     WA
744655 41.77N  88.48W KARR  AURORA                  IL

Table 2.  Changes to existing sites being made to the BUFR lists.
The numerical and character identifications are provided:

- Station 000691 (R07-ARM/CART, KS) is moved from 37.50N, 96.00W
to 37.09N, 95.57W and becomes KCFV (Coffeyville, KS).
- Station 000692 (R04-ARM/CART, KS) is moved from 38.00N, 98.40W
to 38.35N, 97.69W and becomes KMPH (McPherson, KS).
- Station 000753 (Pontiac, IL) is moved from 40.92N, 88.63W to
40.92N, 88.62W.   The character identifier is changed from PNT to
KPNT.
- The character identifier for station 000758 (Winthrop, WA) is
changed from WIN to WNTR.
- The character identifier for station 000763 (Covelo, CA) is
changed from C31 to COV.
- Station 000810 (VANCE AFB, OK) is moved from 36.74N, 98.13W to
36.34N, 97.92W.
- Station 000764 (Branson, MO) is moved from 36.53N, 93.20W to
36.54N, 93.20W, and the character identifier is changed from BNS
to KBBG.
- The numerical identifier for KEMP (Emporia, KS) is changed from
098009 to 724556.
- Station 723490 (Monett, MO) is moved from 36.88N, 93.90W to
36.91N, 94.02W, and the character identifier is changed from UMN
to KHFJ.
-The character identifier for station 724375 (Bloomington/Monroe,
IN) will changed from BNG to KBMG.
-The character identifier for station 724456 (Rolla/Vichy, MO) is
changed from VIH to KVIH.

Table 3.  WMO communication identifiers for the NAM BUFR
collectives:

JUSA41 KWNO
JUSA42 KWNO
JUSB43 KWNO
JUSB44 KWNO
JUSB45 KWNO
JUSB46 KWNO
JUSX47 KWNO
JUSX49 KWNO

Table 4.  Additions to NAM BUFR sounding collectives:

Collective 1 (JUSA41):

STATION      STATION    STATION
NUMBER       ID         NAME
000647       K1A6       MIDDLESBORO/BELL_CO_APT  KY
000648       KEKQ       WAYNE_COUNTY_APT         KY

Collective 2 (JUSA42):
STATION      STATION    STATION
NUMBER       ID         NAME
000386       KLWV       LAWRENCEVILLE/VINCEN    IL
000387       K1H2       EFFINGHAM CO MEM APT    IL
000390       KMTO       COLES CO MEM APT        IL
000397       MQTM       MARQUETTE               MI
000398       GRMM       GRAND MARAIS            MI
000399       KTNM       KENTON                  MI
000644       2I0        MADISONVILLE            KY
000645       KOVO       NORTH VERNON            IN
000646       SJS        BIG SANDY REG APT       KY
000649       KIOB       MT STERLING/MGY_CO_APT  KY
000658       KDLL       BARABOO/WI DELLS        WI
000659       KFLD       FOND DU LAC             WI
000661       KUES       WAUKESHA                WI
000662       KY50       WAUTOMA                 WI
000663       KVYS       PERU                    IL
000664       KMGC       MICHIGAN CITY           IN
000665       KIKK       KANKAKEE                IL
000667       KRPJ       ROCHELLE/KORITZ_FIELD   IL
000673       DDOR       DEATHS DOOR             WI
000674       KISW       WISCONSIN RAPIDS        WI
000675       TMSR       TOMS RIVER              NJ
000676       ELZB       ELIZABETHTOWN           KY
000683       ATL5       EAST OF LONG BEACH ISL ATL
000684       ATL6       SOUTH OF MONTAUK       ATL
000698       SVL        SPRINGVILLE             NY
000699       MTG        MONTAGUE                NY
724096       KWRI       MCGUIRE_AFB             NJ
724237       KOWB       OWENSBORO               KY
724240       KFTK       FORT KNOX/GOODMAN FLD   KY
724336       KMDH       CARBONDALE              IL
724398       KDNV       DANVILLE/VERMILLION APT IL
725326       KSQI       STERLING/ROCK FALLS     IL
726415       KJVL       JANESVILLE/DOOR_CO      WI
726455       KMTW       MANITOWOC_CO_APT        WI
744655       KARR       AURORA                  IL

Collective 3 (JUSB43):
STATION      STATION    STATION
NUMBER       ID         NAME
000643       KPOF       POPLAR BLUFF            MO
723480       KUNO       WEST_PLAINS             MO
723565       KBVO       BARTLESVILLE            OK

Collective 4 (JUSB44):
STATION      STATION    STATION
NUMBER       ID         NAME
000372       FLK        FAULKTON                SD
000373       PEV        PEEVER                  SD
000374       KK68       GARNETT AIRPORT         KS
000375       KMYZ       MARYSVILLE AIRPORT      KS
000376       BYG        JOHNSON_CTY/BUFFALO     WY
000377       KGEY       GREYBULL_AIRPORT        WY
000378       KMDZ       MEDFORD                 WI
000379       82MN       LAKE CITY               MN
000380       KPSO       PAGOSA SPRINGS          CO
000381       KAIB       NUCLA                   CO
000382       KEEO       MEEKER                  CO
000383       KIOW       IOWA CITY               IA
000384       K4MB       WILKERSON PASS          CO
000385       K20V       KREMMLING               CO
000388       KGBG       GALESBURG               IL
000389       KIJX       JACKSONVILLE            IL
000391       KICR       WINNER                  SD
000392       KIEN       PINE RIDGE              SD
000393       KECS       NEWCASTLE               WY
000394       UNIS       UNION CENTER            SD
000395       WGTW       WRIGHT                  WY
000396       KLNL       LAND O`LAKES            WI
000629       KBVN       ALBION                  NE
000630       KHNR       HARLAN                  IA
000631       KLCG       WAYNE                   NE
000632       PTT        PRATT                   KS
000633       D55        LANGDON                 ND
000634       KHCO       HALLOCK                 MN
000635       IVNH       IVANHOE                 MN
000636       KSPW       SPENCER                 IA
000637       K9D1       GREGORY                 SD
000638       RLAS       LAKE ANDES              SD
000639       KJYR       YORK                    NE
000640       KLXN       LEXINGTON               NE
000641       KHJH       HEBRON                  NE
000642       KPHG       PHILLIPSBURG            KS
000650       KOGA       OGALLALA                NE
000651       KTIF       THEDFORD                NE
000655       KPOY       POWELL                  WY
000656       KU68       COWLEY                  WY
000657       KYC        KAYCEE                  WY
000660       KMRJ       MINERAL POINT           WI
000668       KRPD       RICE LAKE               WI
000669       KLJF       LITCHFIELD              MN
000670       KCNB       CANBY                   MN
000671       K2V5       WRAY                    CO
000672       KC1        KIT CARSON              CO
000678       K9K8       KINGMAN                 KS
000679       K8K2       HARPER                  KS
000680       KUKL       BURLINGTON              KS
000681       K13K       EUREKA                  KS
000682       K9K7       ELLSWORTH               KS
724516       KLBL       LIBERAL                 KS
724517       KGBD       GREAT BEND              KS
724520       KP28       MEDICINE LODGE          KS
724604       KEHA       ELKHART                 KS
724627       KTEX       TELLURIDE               CO
724655       KHLC       HILL CITY               KS
724767       KCEZ       CORTEZ                  CO
724768       KGXY       GREELEY                 CO
724769       KFNL       FORT COLLINS/LOVELAND   CO
725467       KSDA       SHENANDOAH              IA
725476       KDEH       DECORAH                 IA
725515       KBIE       BEATRICE                NE
725526       KEAR       KEARNEY                 NE
725555       KBBW       BROKEN BOW              NE
725565       KOLU       COLUMBUS                NE
725566       KONL       O`NEILL                 NE
725626       KIML       IMPERIAL                NE
725628       KHDE       HOLDREGE                NE
725717       KRIL       RIFLE                   CO
726416       KLNR       LONE ROCK               WI
726515       KBKX       BROOKINGS               SD
726559       KMML       MARSHALL                MN
726567       KULM       NEW ULM                 MN
726578       KLXL       LITTLE FALLS            MN
726589       KAEL       ALBERT LEA              MN
727457       KDTL       DETROIT LAKES           MN



Collective 5 (JUSB45):
STATION      STATION    STATION
NUMBER       ID         NAME
000654       KEMM       KEMMERER                WY
724776       KCNY       MOAB/CANYONLANDS        UT
724927       KLVK       LIVERMORE_MUNICIPAL     CA

Collective 6 (JUSB46):
STATION      STATION    STATION
NUMBER       ID         NAME
000368       MAW        MT ADAMS WEST           WA
000369       SHNW       MT ST HELENS NW         WA
000370       MHW        MT HOOD WEST            OR
000371       TSW        THREE SISTERS WEST      OR
000652       KDUB       DUBOIS                  WY
000653       KAFO       AFTON                   WY
726664       KP60       LAKE YELLOWSTONE        WY
727924       KLS        KELSO-LONGVEIW_AWOS     WA

Collective 9 (JUSB49):
STATION      STATION    STATION
NUMBER       ID         NAME
000340       BS1        BERING SEA
000341       BS2        BERING SEA
000342       BS3        BERING SEA
000765       PASA       SAVOONGA_AIRPORT        AK
000766       PAKP       ANAKTUVUK_PASS          AK
000767       PAGM       GAMBELL                 AK
000768       PAMY       MEKORYUK                AK
000769       SHIV       SHIVELUCH               AK
000770       KYMY       KARYMSKY                AK

There are no changes to Collective 7 and 8 does not exist.

For questions concerning these changes, please contact:
    Geoff Manikin
    NCEP/Environmental Modeling Center
    College Park, Maryland  20746
    301-683-3695
    geoffrey.manikin@noaa.gov

For questions about the NOAAPORT activation, please contact:
   Brian Gockel
   NWS/Office of Observations
   Silver Spring, Maryland  20910
   301-427-9396
   brian.gockel@noaa.gov

NWS Technical Implementation Notices are available online at:

   http://www.nws.noaa.gov/om/notif.htm

$$



000
NOUS41 KWBC 231722
PNSWSH

Technical Implementation Notice 15-30, Amended
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
125 PM EDT Thu Jul 22 2015

To:       Subscribers:
          -Family of Services
          -NOAA Weather Wire Service
          -Emergency Managers Weather Information Network
          -NOAAPORT
          Other NWS Partners, Users and Employees

From:     Tim McClung
          Chief Operating Officer
          NWS Office of Science and Technology Integration

Subject:  Amended: Additions and Changes to the BUFR station
          lists for the NAM, RAP, HRRR and Hi-Res Windows
          Effective July 28, 2015; SREF update date TBD

Amended to reflect that the NAM, RAP, HRRR and Hi-Res Window will
be updated on July 28 as planned. The SREF update is on hold
until the SREF model is upgraded. Users should refer to TIN 15-32
for the final implementation date of the SREF including the BUFR
station update:

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/os/notification/tin15-32srefaaa.htm

Effective on or about Tuesday, July 28, 2015, beginning with the
1200 Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) model distribution, the
National Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP) will modify
the list of stations for which BUFR data are generated for the
following models:

-North American Mesoscale (NAM)
-Rapid Refresh (RAP)
-High-Resolution Rapid Refresh (HRRR)
-High-Resolution ARW and NMMB Windows (HIRESW)

The changes will also modify the lists of stations in NAM model
BUFR sounding collectives disseminated on NOAAPORT.

The same changes will be made to the Short-Range Ensemble
Forecast System (SREF), but on a date yet to be determined.  The
date will be advertised in NWS TIN 15-32.


Table 1, below, lists the new stations. Table 2, lists the
stations changing. No stations are being removed.

The high-resolution NAM nests use the same station list as the
parent 12 km NAM, so any changes to the list involving locations
within a particular nest impact that nest`s BUFR output as well.
In this implementation, all of the new and modified sites are in
either the CONUS nest output or the Alaska nest output.

The changes to the BUFR station lists will not result in changes
to the WMO headers of the NOAAPORT NAM soundings collectives. The
headers listed in Table 3, below, are used today, and will
continue to be used. There will also be no change to the BUFR
format of the products except including new stations in the
collectives.  The new stations appear in their assigned
collectives in Table 4.

Table 1.   New stations in the BUFR lists.  The numerical and
character identifications are provided:

000340 55.00N 170.00E BS1   BERING SEA
000341 55.00N 180.00E BS2   BERING SEA
000342 60.00N 175.00E BS3   BERING SEA
000368 46.19N 121.70W MAW   MT ADAMS WEST           WA
000369 46.28N 122.28W SHNW  MT ST HELENS NW         WA
000370 45.35N 121.94W MHW   MT HOOD WEST            OR
000371 44.17N 122.06W TSW   THREE SISTERS WEST      OR
000372 45.03N  99.11W FLK   FAULKTON                SD
000373 45.46N  91.74W PEV   PEEVER                  SD
000374 38.28N  95.22W KK68  GARNETT AIRPORT         KS
000375 39.86N  96.63W KMYZ  MARYSVILLE AIRPORT      KS
000376 44.38N 106.72W BYG   JOHNSON_CTY/BUFFALO     WY
000377 44.52N 108.08W KGEY  GREYBULL_AIRPORT        WY
000378 45.10N  90.30W KMDZ  MEDFORD                 WI
000379 44.46N  92.29W 82MN  LAKE CITY               MN
000380 37.29N 107.06W KPSO  PAGOSA SPRINGS          CO
000381 38.23N 108.56W KAIB  NUCLA                   CO
000382 40.05N 107.89W KEEO  MEEKER                  CO
000383 41.64N  91.54W KIOW  IOWA CITY               IA
000384 39.05N 105.51W K4MB  WILKERSON PASS          CO
000385 40.05N 106.36W K20V  KREMMLING               CO
000386 38.76N  87.61W KLWV  LAWRENCEVILLE/VINCEN    IL
000387 39.07N  88.53W K1H2  EFFINGHAM CO MEM APT    IL
000388 40.94N  90.43W KGBG  GALESBURG               IL
000389 39.77N  90.24W KIJX  JACKSONVILLE            IL
000390 39.48N  88.28W KMTO  COLES CO MEM APT        IL
000391 43.39N  99.84W KICR  WINNER                  SD
000392 43.02N 102.52W KIEN  PINE RIDGE              SD
000393 43.89N 104.32W KECS  NEWCASTLE               WY
000394 44.56N 102.66W UNIS  UNION CENTER            SD
000395 43.74N 105.74W WGTW  WRIGHT                  WY
000396 46.15N  98.21W KLNL  LAND OLAKES            WI
000397 46.54N  87.39W MQTM  MARQUETTE               MI
000398 46.68N  85.97W GRMM  GRAND MARAIS            MI
000399 46.61N  88.91W KTNM  KENTON                  MI
000629 41.73N  98.01W KBVN  ALBION                  NE
000630 41.58N  95.34W KHNR  HARLAN                  IA
000631 42.24N  96.98W KLCG  WAYNE                   NE
000632 37.70N  98.75W PTT   PRATT                   KS
000633 48.75N  98.39W D55   LANGDON                 ND
000634 48.75N  96.94W KHCO  HALLOCK                 MN
000635 44.46N  96.25W IVNH  IVANHOE                 MN
000636 43.17N  95.21W KSPW  SPENCER                 IA
000637 43.22N  99.40W K9D1  GREGORY                 SD
000638 43.26N  98.76W RLAS  LAKE ANDES              SD
000639 40.90N  97.62W KJYR  YORK                    NE
000640 40.79N  99.78W KLXN  LEXINGTON               NE
000641 40.15N  97.58W KHJH  HEBRON                  NE
000642 39.73N  99.32W KPHG  PHILLIPSBURG            KS
000643 36.77N  90.32W KPOF  POPLAR BLUFF            MO
000644 37.36N  87.40W 2I0   MADISONVILLE            KY
000645 39.05N  85.61W KOVO  NORTH VERNON            IN
000646 37.75N  82.64W SJS   BIG SANDY REG APT       KY
000647 36.61N  83.74W K1A6  MIDDLESBORO/BELL_CO_APT KY
000648 36.86N  84.86W KEKQ  WAYNE_COUNTY_APT        KY
000649 38.06N  83.98W KIOB  MT STERLING/MGY_CO_APT  KY
000650 41.12N 101.77W KOGA  OGALLALA                NE
000651 41.96N 100.57W KTIF  THEDFORD                NE
000652 43.55N 109.69W KDUB  DUBOIS                  WY
000653 42.71N 110.94W KAFO  AFTON                   WY
000654 41.82N 110.56W KEMM  KEMMERER                WY
000655 44.87N 108.79W KPOY  POWELL                  WY
000656 44.91N 108.45W KU68  COWLEY                  WY
000657 43.71N 106.63W KYC   KAYCEE                  WY
000658 43.52N  89.77W KDLL  BARABOO/WI DELLS        WI
000659 43.77N  88.49W KFLD  FOND DU LAC             WI
000660 42.89N  90.24W KMRJ  MINERAL POINT           WI
000661 43.04N  88.24W KUES  WAUKESHA                WI
000662 44.04N  89.31W KY50  WAUTOMA                 WI
000663 41.35N  89.15W KVYS  PERU                    IL
000664 41.70N  86.82W KMGC  MICHIGAN CITY           IN
000665 41.07N  87.85W KIKK  KANKAKEE                IL
000667 41.89N  89.08W KRPJ  ROCHELLE/KORITZ_FIELD   IL
000668 45.42N  91.77W KRPD  RICE LAKE               WI
000669 45.10N  94.51W KLJF  LITCHFIELD              MN
000670 44.73N  96.27W KCNB  CANBY                   MN
000671 40.10N 102.24W K2V5  WRAY                    CO
000672 38.76N 102.79W KC1   KIT CARSON              CO
000673 45.29N  86.98W DDOR  DEATHS DOOR             WI
000674 44.36N  89.84W KISW  WISCONSIN RAPIDS        WI
000675 39.99N  74.17W TMSR  TOMS RIVER              NJ
000676 37.70N  85.87W ELZB  ELIZABETHTOWN           KY
000678 37.67N  98.12W K9K8  KINGMAN                 KS
000679 37.28N  98.04W K8K2  HARPER                  KS
000680 38.30N  95.72W KUKL  BURLINGTON              KS
000681 37.85N  96.29W K13K  EUREKA                  KS
000682 38.75N  98.23W K9K7  ELLSWORTH               KS
000683 39.55N  73.90W ATL5  EAST OF LONG BEACH IS  ATL
000684 39.70N  71.60W ATL6  SOUTH OF MONTAUK       ATL
000698 42.50N  78.68W  SVL  SPRINGVILLE             NY
000699 43.49N  76.22W  MTG  MONTAGUE                NY
000765 63.68N 170.50W PASA  SAVOONGA_AIRPORT        AK
000766 68.13N 151.73W PAKP  ANAKTUVUK_PASS          AK
000767 63.77N 171.73W PAGM  GAMBELL                 AK
000768 60.37N 166.27W PAMY  MEKORYUK                AK
000769 56.65N 161.37W SHIV  SHIVELUCH               AK
000770 54.05N 159.43W KYMY  KARYMSKY                AK
723480 36.88N  91.90W KUNO  WEST_PLAINS             MO
723565 36.76N  96.01W KBVO  BARTLESVILLE            OK
724096 40.02N  74.60W KWRI  MCGUIRE_AFB             NJ
724237 37.75N  87.16W KOWB  OWENSBORO               KY
724240 37.91N  85.97W KFTK  FORT KNOX/GOODMAN FLD   KY
724336 37.78N  89.25W KMDH  CARBONDALE              IL
724398 40.12N  87.60W KDNV  DANVILLE/VERMILLION APT IL
724516 37.04N 100.97W KLBL  LIBERAL                 KS
724517 38.34N  98.86W KGBD  GREAT BEND              KS
724520 37.27N  98.55W KP28  MEDICINE LODGE          KS
724604 37.01N 101.88W KEHA  ELKHART                 KS
724627 37.95N 107.90W KTEX  TELLURIDE               CO
724655 39.38N  99.83W KHLC  HILL CITY               KS
724767 37.30N 108.67W KCEZ  CORTEZ                  CO
724768 40.43N 104.63W KGXY  GREELEY                 CO
724769 40.45N 105.01W KFNL  FORT COLLINS/LOVELAND   CO
724776 38.76N 109.75W KCNY  MOAB/CANYONLANDS        UT
724927 37.70N 121.82W KLVK  LIVERMORE_MUNICIPAL     CA
725326 41.74N  89.68W KSQI  STERLING/ROCK FALLS     IL
725467 40.75N  95.41W KSDA  SHENANDOAH              IA
725476 43.28N  91.74W KDEH  DECORAH                 IA
725515 40.30N  96.75W KBIE  BEATRICE                NE
725526 40.73N  99.00W KEAR  KEARNEY                 NE
725555 41.44N  99.64W KBBW  BROKEN BOW              NE
725565 41.45N  97.34W KOLU  COLUMBUS                NE
725566 42.47N  98.69W KONL  O`NEILL                 NE
725626 40.51N 101.62W KIML  IMPERIAL                NE
725628 40.45N  99.33W KHDE  HOLDREGE                NE
725717 39.53N 107.73W KRIL  RIFLE                   CO
726415 42.62N  89.04W KJVL  JANESVILLE/DOOR_CO      WI
726416 43.21N  90.18W KLNR  LONE ROCK               WI
726455 44.13N  87.68W KMTW  MANITOWOC_CO_APT        WI
726515 44.31N  96.82W KBKX  BROOKINGS               SD
726559 44.45N  95.82W KMML  MARSHALL                MN
726567 44.32N  94.50W KULM  NEW ULM                 MN
726578 45.95N  94.35W KLXL  LITTLE FALLS            MN
726589 43.68N  93.37W KAEL  ALBERT LEA              MN
726664 44.54N 110.42W KP60  LAKE YELLOWSTONE        WY
727457 46.83N  95.89W KDTL  DETROIT LAKES           MN
727924 46.12N 122.94W KLS   KELSO-LONGVEIW_AWOS     WA
744655 41.77N  88.48W KARR  AURORA                  IL

Table 2.  Changes to existing sites being made to the BUFR lists.
The numerical and character identifications are provided:

- Station 000691 (R07-ARM/CART, KS) is moved from 37.50N, 96.00W
to 37.09N, 95.57W and becomes KCFV (Coffeyville, KS).
- Station 000692 (R04-ARM/CART, KS) is moved from 38.00N, 98.40W
to 38.35N, 97.69W and becomes KMPH (McPherson, KS).
- Station 000753 (Pontiac, IL) is moved from 40.92N, 88.63W to
40.92N, 88.62W.   The character identifier is changed from PNT to
KPNT.
- The character identifier for station 000758 (Winthrop, WA) is
changed from WIN to WNTR.
- The character identifier for station 000763 (Covelo, CA) is
changed from C31 to COV.
- Station 000810 (VANCE AFB, OK) is moved from 36.74N, 98.13W to
36.34N, 97.92W.
- Station 000764 (Branson, MO) is moved from 36.53N, 93.20W to
36.54N, 93.20W, and the character identifier is changed from BNS
to KBBG.
- The numerical identifier for KEMP (Emporia, KS) is changed from
098009 to 724556.
- Station 723490 (Monett, MO) is moved from 36.88N, 93.90W to
36.91N, 94.02W, and the character identifier is changed from UMN
to KHFJ.
-The character identifier for station 724375 (Bloomington/Monroe,
IN) will changed from BNG to KBMG.
-The character identifier for station 724456 (Rolla/Vichy, MO) is
changed from VIH to KVIH.

Table 3.  WMO communication identifiers for the NAM BUFR
collectives:

JUSA41 KWNO
JUSA42 KWNO
JUSB43 KWNO
JUSB44 KWNO
JUSB45 KWNO
JUSB46 KWNO
JUSX47 KWNO
JUSX49 KWNO

Table 4.  Additions to NAM BUFR sounding collectives:

Collective 1 (JUSA41):

STATION      STATION    STATION
NUMBER       ID         NAME
000647       K1A6       MIDDLESBORO/BELL_CO_APT  KY
000648       KEKQ       WAYNE_COUNTY_APT         KY

Collective 2 (JUSA42):
STATION      STATION    STATION
NUMBER       ID         NAME
000386       KLWV       LAWRENCEVILLE/VINCEN    IL
000387       K1H2       EFFINGHAM CO MEM APT    IL
000390       KMTO       COLES CO MEM APT        IL
000397       MQTM       MARQUETTE               MI
000398       GRMM       GRAND MARAIS            MI
000399       KTNM       KENTON                  MI
000644       2I0        MADISONVILLE            KY
000645       KOVO       NORTH VERNON            IN
000646       SJS        BIG SANDY REG APT       KY
000649       KIOB       MT STERLING/MGY_CO_APT  KY
000658       KDLL       BARABOO/WI DELLS        WI
000659       KFLD       FOND DU LAC             WI
000661       KUES       WAUKESHA                WI
000662       KY50       WAUTOMA                 WI
000663       KVYS       PERU                    IL
000664       KMGC       MICHIGAN CITY           IN
000665       KIKK       KANKAKEE                IL
000667       KRPJ       ROCHELLE/KORITZ_FIELD   IL
000673       DDOR       DEATHS DOOR             WI
000674       KISW       WISCONSIN RAPIDS        WI
000675       TMSR       TOMS RIVER              NJ
000676       ELZB       ELIZABETHTOWN           KY
000683       ATL5       EAST OF LONG BEACH ISL ATL
000684       ATL6       SOUTH OF MONTAUK       ATL
000698       SVL        SPRINGVILLE             NY
000699       MTG        MONTAGUE                NY
724096       KWRI       MCGUIRE_AFB             NJ
724237       KOWB       OWENSBORO               KY
724240       KFTK       FORT KNOX/GOODMAN FLD   KY
724336       KMDH       CARBONDALE              IL
724398       KDNV       DANVILLE/VERMILLION APT IL
725326       KSQI       STERLING/ROCK FALLS     IL
726415       KJVL       JANESVILLE/DOOR_CO      WI
726455       KMTW       MANITOWOC_CO_APT        WI
744655       KARR       AURORA                  IL

Collective 3 (JUSB43):
STATION      STATION    STATION
NUMBER       ID         NAME
000643       KPOF       POPLAR BLUFF            MO
723480       KUNO       WEST_PLAINS             MO
723565       KBVO       BARTLESVILLE            OK

Collective 4 (JUSB44):
STATION      STATION    STATION
NUMBER       ID         NAME
000372       FLK        FAULKTON                SD
000373       PEV        PEEVER                  SD
000374       KK68       GARNETT AIRPORT         KS
000375       KMYZ       MARYSVILLE AIRPORT      KS
000376       BYG        JOHNSON_CTY/BUFFALO     WY
000377       KGEY       GREYBULL_AIRPORT        WY
000378       KMDZ       MEDFORD                 WI
000379       82MN       LAKE CITY               MN
000380       KPSO       PAGOSA SPRINGS          CO
000381       KAIB       NUCLA                   CO
000382       KEEO       MEEKER                  CO
000383       KIOW       IOWA CITY               IA
000384       K4MB       WILKERSON PASS          CO
000385       K20V       KREMMLING               CO
000388       KGBG       GALESBURG               IL
000389       KIJX       JACKSONVILLE            IL
000391       KICR       WINNER                  SD
000392       KIEN       PINE RIDGE              SD
000393       KECS       NEWCASTLE               WY
000394       UNIS       UNION CENTER            SD
000395       WGTW       WRIGHT                  WY
000396       KLNL       LAND O`LAKES            WI
000629       KBVN       ALBION                  NE
000630       KHNR       HARLAN                  IA
000631       KLCG       WAYNE                   NE
000632       PTT        PRATT                   KS
000633       D55        LANGDON                 ND
000634       KHCO       HALLOCK                 MN
000635       IVNH       IVANHOE                 MN
000636       KSPW       SPENCER                 IA
000637       K9D1       GREGORY                 SD
000638       RLAS       LAKE ANDES              SD
000639       KJYR       YORK                    NE
000640       KLXN       LEXINGTON               NE
000641       KHJH       HEBRON                  NE
000642       KPHG       PHILLIPSBURG            KS
000650       KOGA       OGALLALA                NE
000651       KTIF       THEDFORD                NE
000655       KPOY       POWELL                  WY
000656       KU68       COWLEY                  WY
000657       KYC        KAYCEE                  WY
000660       KMRJ       MINERAL POINT           WI
000668       KRPD       RICE LAKE               WI
000669       KLJF       LITCHFIELD              MN
000670       KCNB       CANBY                   MN
000671       K2V5       WRAY                    CO
000672       KC1        KIT CARSON              CO
000678       K9K8       KINGMAN                 KS
000679       K8K2       HARPER                  KS
000680       KUKL       BURLINGTON              KS
000681       K13K       EUREKA                  KS
000682       K9K7       ELLSWORTH               KS
724516       KLBL       LIBERAL                 KS
724517       KGBD       GREAT BEND              KS
724520       KP28       MEDICINE LODGE          KS
724604       KEHA       ELKHART                 KS
724627       KTEX       TELLURIDE               CO
724655       KHLC       HILL CITY               KS
724767       KCEZ       CORTEZ                  CO
724768       KGXY       GREELEY                 CO
724769       KFNL       FORT COLLINS/LOVELAND   CO
725467       KSDA       SHENANDOAH              IA
725476       KDEH       DECORAH                 IA
725515       KBIE       BEATRICE                NE
725526       KEAR       KEARNEY                 NE
725555       KBBW       BROKEN BOW              NE
725565       KOLU       COLUMBUS                NE
725566       KONL       O`NEILL                 NE
725626       KIML       IMPERIAL                NE
725628       KHDE       HOLDREGE                NE
725717       KRIL       RIFLE                   CO
726416       KLNR       LONE ROCK               WI
726515       KBKX       BROOKINGS               SD
726559       KMML       MARSHALL                MN
726567       KULM       NEW ULM                 MN
726578       KLXL       LITTLE FALLS            MN
726589       KAEL       ALBERT LEA              MN
727457       KDTL       DETROIT LAKES           MN



Collective 5 (JUSB45):
STATION      STATION    STATION
NUMBER       ID         NAME
000654       KEMM       KEMMERER                WY
724776       KCNY       MOAB/CANYONLANDS        UT
724927       KLVK       LIVERMORE_MUNICIPAL     CA

Collective 6 (JUSB46):
STATION      STATION    STATION
NUMBER       ID         NAME
000368       MAW        MT ADAMS WEST           WA
000369       SHNW       MT ST HELENS NW         WA
000370       MHW        MT HOOD WEST            OR
000371       TSW        THREE SISTERS WEST      OR
000652       KDUB       DUBOIS                  WY
000653       KAFO       AFTON                   WY
726664       KP60       LAKE YELLOWSTONE        WY
727924       KLS        KELSO-LONGVEIW_AWOS     WA

Collective 9 (JUSB49):
STATION      STATION    STATION
NUMBER       ID         NAME
000340       BS1        BERING SEA
000341       BS2        BERING SEA
000342       BS3        BERING SEA
000765       PASA       SAVOONGA_AIRPORT        AK
000766       PAKP       ANAKTUVUK_PASS          AK
000767       PAGM       GAMBELL                 AK
000768       PAMY       MEKORYUK                AK
000769       SHIV       SHIVELUCH               AK
000770       KYMY       KARYMSKY                AK

There are no changes to Collective 7 and 8 does not exist.

For questions concerning these changes, please contact:
    Geoff Manikin
    NCEP/Environmental Modeling Center
    College Park, Maryland  20746
    301-683-3695
    geoffrey.manikin@noaa.gov

For questions about the NOAAPORT activation, please contact:
   Brian Gockel
   NWS/Office of Observations
   Silver Spring, Maryland  20910
   301-427-9396
   brian.gockel@noaa.gov

NWS Technical Implementation Notices are available online at:

   http://www.nws.noaa.gov/om/notif.htm

$$


000
NOUS41 KCAR 231610
PNSCAR

...HURRICANE AWARENESS WEEK...

THE FORECAST PROCESS--STATEMENTS, WATCHES, AND WARNINGS

THE ATLANTIC HURRICANE SEASON RUNS FROM JUNE 1ST THROUGH
NOVEMBER 30TH. HURRICANE HAZARDS COME IN MANY FORMS,
INCLUDING STORM SURGE, HEAVY RAINFALL, INLAND FLOODING,
HIGH WINDS, TORNADOES, AND RIP CURRENTS.

DURING HURRICANES AND TROPICAL STORMS, THE NATIONAL
HURRICANE CENTER AND LOCAL NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICES
ACROSS THE COUNTRY SHARE IN THE RESPONSIBILITY FOR PROVIDING
CRITICAL WEATHER INFORMATION TO THE PUBLIC.  TO DO SO, THE
HURRICANE CENTER AND LOCAL OFFICES CLOSELY COORDINATE ON THE
FORECAST, IN ORDER TO PROVIDE CONSISTENT INFORMATION TO THE
PUBLIC.  CONSEQUENTLY, THE NORMAL ZONE FORECASTS MAY BE
DELAYED DURING THESE SITUATIONS.

LIKE ALL WEATHER-RELATED THREATS, THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE RELIES ON A WATCH AND WARNING PROGRAM TO ALERT THE
PUBLIC TO THE POTENTIAL DANGERS FROM TROPICAL STORMS AND
HURRICANES.

A TROPICAL STORM WATCH/HURRICANE WATCH IS ISSUED WHEN
TROPICAL STORM/HURRICANE FORCE WINDS ARE POSSIBLE ALONG THE
COAST WITHIN 48 HOURS.  IF YOU HAVEN`T DONE SO PRIOR TO THE
ISSUANCE OF THE WATCH, IT`S A GOOD TIME TO BEGIN
PREPARATIONS FOR THE POTENTIAL STORM, ESPECIALLY FOR THOSE
ACTIONS THAT REQUIRE EXTRA TIME.

A TROPICAL STORM/HURRICANE WARNING IS ISSUED WHEN TROPICAL
STORM/HURRICANE FORCE WINDS ARE EXPECTED ALONG THE COAST
WITHIN 36 HOURS.  ONCE THE WARNING HAS BEEN ISSUED, YOU
SHOULD COMPLETE ANY PREPARATORY ACTIONS AND GET TO A SAFE
LOCATION.

ONCE THE STORM ARRIVES, STAY IN THE SAFE LOCATION UNTIL THE
STORM HAS COMPLETELY PASSED.  DON`T BE FOOLED BY THE EYE OF
THE STORM, WHICH CAN MISLEAD PEOPLE INTO THINKING THAT THE
STORM IS OVER.  WINDS AND RAIN WILL INCREASE RAPIDLY
IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE EYE PASSES OVERHEAD.

QUESTION OF THE DAY:  DURING WHICH MONTH ARE TROPICAL STORMS
MOST LIKELY TO DEVELOP?

WHILE THE FREQUENCY OF TROPICAL STORMS INCREASES IN JULY,
THE MOST ACTIVE PART OF THE ATLANTIC HURRICANE SEASON RUNS
BETWEEN AUGUST 1 AND OCTOBER 31.  ACCORDING TO THE
HISTORICAL RECORD FROM 1886 TO 1997, THE PEAK MONTH FOR
TROPICAL STORM ACTIVITY IS SEPTEMBER.  BELOW IS THE
PERCENTAGE OF THE STORMS THAT DEVELOPED IN EACH MONTH.

               MONTH       PERCENTAGE OF STORMS
               MAY                  1%
               JUNE                 6%
               JULY                 8%
               AUGUST              24%
               SEPTEMBER           34%
               OCTOBER             21%
               NOVEMBER             5%
               DECEMBER             1%

NOW IS THE TIME TO PREPARE FOR HURRICANES AND TROPICAL STORMS:

HTTP://WWW.NHC.NOAA.GOV/PREPARE/
HTTP://WWW.READY.GOV/EVACUATING-YOURSELF-AND-YOUR-FAMILY

$$



000
NOUS41 KCAR 231610
PNSCAR

...HURRICANE AWARENESS WEEK...

THE FORECAST PROCESS--STATEMENTS, WATCHES, AND WARNINGS

THE ATLANTIC HURRICANE SEASON RUNS FROM JUNE 1ST THROUGH
NOVEMBER 30TH. HURRICANE HAZARDS COME IN MANY FORMS,
INCLUDING STORM SURGE, HEAVY RAINFALL, INLAND FLOODING,
HIGH WINDS, TORNADOES, AND RIP CURRENTS.

DURING HURRICANES AND TROPICAL STORMS, THE NATIONAL
HURRICANE CENTER AND LOCAL NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICES
ACROSS THE COUNTRY SHARE IN THE RESPONSIBILITY FOR PROVIDING
CRITICAL WEATHER INFORMATION TO THE PUBLIC.  TO DO SO, THE
HURRICANE CENTER AND LOCAL OFFICES CLOSELY COORDINATE ON THE
FORECAST, IN ORDER TO PROVIDE CONSISTENT INFORMATION TO THE
PUBLIC.  CONSEQUENTLY, THE NORMAL ZONE FORECASTS MAY BE
DELAYED DURING THESE SITUATIONS.

LIKE ALL WEATHER-RELATED THREATS, THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE RELIES ON A WATCH AND WARNING PROGRAM TO ALERT THE
PUBLIC TO THE POTENTIAL DANGERS FROM TROPICAL STORMS AND
HURRICANES.

A TROPICAL STORM WATCH/HURRICANE WATCH IS ISSUED WHEN
TROPICAL STORM/HURRICANE FORCE WINDS ARE POSSIBLE ALONG THE
COAST WITHIN 48 HOURS.  IF YOU HAVEN`T DONE SO PRIOR TO THE
ISSUANCE OF THE WATCH, IT`S A GOOD TIME TO BEGIN
PREPARATIONS FOR THE POTENTIAL STORM, ESPECIALLY FOR THOSE
ACTIONS THAT REQUIRE EXTRA TIME.

A TROPICAL STORM/HURRICANE WARNING IS ISSUED WHEN TROPICAL
STORM/HURRICANE FORCE WINDS ARE EXPECTED ALONG THE COAST
WITHIN 36 HOURS.  ONCE THE WARNING HAS BEEN ISSUED, YOU
SHOULD COMPLETE ANY PREPARATORY ACTIONS AND GET TO A SAFE
LOCATION.

ONCE THE STORM ARRIVES, STAY IN THE SAFE LOCATION UNTIL THE
STORM HAS COMPLETELY PASSED.  DON`T BE FOOLED BY THE EYE OF
THE STORM, WHICH CAN MISLEAD PEOPLE INTO THINKING THAT THE
STORM IS OVER.  WINDS AND RAIN WILL INCREASE RAPIDLY
IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE EYE PASSES OVERHEAD.

QUESTION OF THE DAY:  DURING WHICH MONTH ARE TROPICAL STORMS
MOST LIKELY TO DEVELOP?

WHILE THE FREQUENCY OF TROPICAL STORMS INCREASES IN JULY,
THE MOST ACTIVE PART OF THE ATLANTIC HURRICANE SEASON RUNS
BETWEEN AUGUST 1 AND OCTOBER 31.  ACCORDING TO THE
HISTORICAL RECORD FROM 1886 TO 1997, THE PEAK MONTH FOR
TROPICAL STORM ACTIVITY IS SEPTEMBER.  BELOW IS THE
PERCENTAGE OF THE STORMS THAT DEVELOPED IN EACH MONTH.

               MONTH       PERCENTAGE OF STORMS
               MAY                  1%
               JUNE                 6%
               JULY                 8%
               AUGUST              24%
               SEPTEMBER           34%
               OCTOBER             21%
               NOVEMBER             5%
               DECEMBER             1%

NOW IS THE TIME TO PREPARE FOR HURRICANES AND TROPICAL STORMS:

HTTP://WWW.NHC.NOAA.GOV/PREPARE/
HTTP://WWW.READY.GOV/EVACUATING-YOURSELF-AND-YOUR-FAMILY

$$


000
NOUS45 KSLC 231604
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
953 AM MDT THU JUL 23 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

BELOW ARE THE PRECIPITATION REPORTS RECEIVED OVER THE LAST 24 HOURS.

***** PRECIP REPORTS *****                 TIME      PRECIP

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
CACHE COUNTY EOC - 4452 FT               8 AM THU     0.06
RICHMOND - 4576 FT                       6 AM THU     0.04

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BOUNTIFUL - 4760 FT                      8 AM THU     0.77
BOUNTIFUL - 5085 FT                      7 AM THU     0.61
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                      7 AM THU     0.60
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                8 AM THU     0.40
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                8 AM THU     0.30
EAGLE LAKE - 4377 FT                     6 AM THU     0.20
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                    8 AM THU     0.17
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       8 AM THU     0.16
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     8 AM THU     0.13
LAYTON - 4468 FT                         8 AM THU     0.13
CLINTON - 4337 FT                        8 AM THU     0.12
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4590 FT                  8 AM THU     0.11
WEST HAVEN - 4239 FT                     7 AM THU     0.11
ROY - 4373 FT                            8 AM THU     0.10
LAYTON - 4770 FT                         8 AM THU     0.09
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4802 FT                  7 AM THU     0.08
FARMINGTON - 4239 FT                     7 AM THU     0.08
FARMINGTON - 4226 FT                     8 AM THU     0.07
OGDEN - 4285 FT                          8 AM THU     0.06
CENTERVILLE - 4216 FT                    8 AM THU     0.06
CLEARFIELD UDOT - 4685 FT                8 AM THU     0.05
BRIGHAM CITY - 4400 FT                   8 AM THU     0.05
GARLAND 1 SE - 4328 FT                   6 AM THU     0.05

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
MAGNA - 4400 FT                          8 AM THU     0.26
DRAPER - 5052 FT                         8 AM THU     0.20
SALT LAKE CITY - 4568 FT                 7 AM THU     0.19
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4268 FT               8 AM THU     0.17
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT         8 AM THU     0.15
SALT LAKE CITY - 5305 FT                 8 AM THU     0.15
RIVERTON - 4429 FT                       8 AM THU     0.13
RIVERTON - 4480 FT                       8 AM THU     0.13
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         8 AM THU     0.13
DRAPER - 4426 FT                         8 AM THU     0.13
DRAPER - 4418 FT                         8 AM THU     0.13
SANDY - 5161 FT                          8 AM THU     0.09
SANDY - 4852 FT                          7 AM THU     0.09
RIVERTON - 4377 FT                       8 AM THU     0.07
RIVERTON - 4534 FT                       7 AM THU     0.07
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS - 5138 FT             7 AM THU     0.03
SANDY - 4714 FT                          7 AM THU     0.02

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4655 FT               8 AM THU     0.27
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4787 FT               8 AM THU     0.21
OREM - 4728 FT                           8 AM THU     0.15
SARATOGA SPRINGS 1W - 7544 FT            8 AM THU     0.15
SPANISH FORK - 4734 FT                   8 AM THU     0.15
LEHI - 4593 FT                           8 AM THU     0.11
PAYSON - 4652 FT                         8 AM THU     0.05
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT          4 AM THU     0.05
LEHI - 4800 FT                           7 AM THU     0.02

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                8 AM THU     0.22
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 8 AM THU     0.14
INTERSTATE 80 - 4125 FT                  8 AM THU     0.11
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              8 AM THU     0.10
BAKER LAB - 4294 FT                      8 AM THU     0.09
SALT FLATS - 4265 FT                     8 AM THU     0.07
DURAND ROAD - 4538 FT                    8 AM THU     0.07
LOWER CEDAR MTN - 4495 FT                8 AM THU     0.06
TARGET R - 4311 FT                       8 AM THU     0.06
NW DECON PAD - 4380 FT                   8 AM THU     0.06
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT               8 AM THU     0.05
VERNON CREEK NEAR VERNON 8SE - 6226 FT   7 AM THU     0.05

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT        7 AM THU     0.17
COALVILLE - 5673 FT                      8 AM THU     0.16
MORGAN - 5059 FT                         8 AM THU     0.16
MORGAN UDOT - 5105 FT                    8 AM THU     0.13
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        6 AM THU     0.09
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                     8 AM THU     0.08

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
LOST CREEK NR CROYDEN - 5840 FT          7 AM THU     0.28
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       8 AM THU     0.18
GARDEN CITY - 7615 FT                    8 AM THU     0.18
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    7 AM THU     0.10
RANDOLPH - 6264 FT                       6 AM THU     0.06
RANDOLPH - 6270 FT                       5 AM THU     0.05

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
FOUNTAIN GREEN 4ENE - 7166 FT            8 AM THU     0.09
ALTA - COLLINS - 9662 FT                 7 AM THU     0.07
ALTA - BASE - 8560 FT                    8 AM THU     0.06

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        7 AM THU     0.49
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           7 AM THU     0.47
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       7 AM THU     0.24
YELLOWSTONE RIVER NR ALTONAH - 7506 FT   8 AM THU     0.23
YELLOWSTONE DRAINAGE - 7800 FT           7 AM THU     0.12
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      8 AM THU     0.06
WEST FORK BLACKSMITHS FORK - 9620 FT     7 AM THU     0.06
HEBER CITY 10 ESE - 8305 FT              7 AM THU     0.02

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
HORSE RIDGE - 8480 FT                    7 AM THU     0.49
BRUIN POINT - 10200 FT                   7 AM THU     0.30
BAER #10 RED BULL - 8360 FT              7 AM THU     0.12

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
MYTON - 5080 FT                          5 AM THU     0.09
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT            7 AM THU     0.08

...CASTLE COUNTRY...
FERRON - 5930 FT                         5 AM THU     0.04

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
SAN RAFAEL NR GREEN RIVER - 4200 FT      7 AM THU     0.08

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
FISH SPRINGS - 4282 FT                   8 AM THU     0.09

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
FILLMORE PORT #1 - 6229 FT               7 AM THU     0.06

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT       7 AM THU     0.37
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    7 AM THU     0.17


$$



000
NOUS45 KSLC 231604
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
953 AM MDT THU JUL 23 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

BELOW ARE THE PRECIPITATION REPORTS RECEIVED OVER THE LAST 24 HOURS.

***** PRECIP REPORTS *****                 TIME      PRECIP

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
CACHE COUNTY EOC - 4452 FT               8 AM THU     0.06
RICHMOND - 4576 FT                       6 AM THU     0.04

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BOUNTIFUL - 4760 FT                      8 AM THU     0.77
BOUNTIFUL - 5085 FT                      7 AM THU     0.61
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                      7 AM THU     0.60
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                8 AM THU     0.40
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                8 AM THU     0.30
EAGLE LAKE - 4377 FT                     6 AM THU     0.20
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                    8 AM THU     0.17
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       8 AM THU     0.16
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     8 AM THU     0.13
LAYTON - 4468 FT                         8 AM THU     0.13
CLINTON - 4337 FT                        8 AM THU     0.12
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4590 FT                  8 AM THU     0.11
WEST HAVEN - 4239 FT                     7 AM THU     0.11
ROY - 4373 FT                            8 AM THU     0.10
LAYTON - 4770 FT                         8 AM THU     0.09
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4802 FT                  7 AM THU     0.08
FARMINGTON - 4239 FT                     7 AM THU     0.08
FARMINGTON - 4226 FT                     8 AM THU     0.07
OGDEN - 4285 FT                          8 AM THU     0.06
CENTERVILLE - 4216 FT                    8 AM THU     0.06
CLEARFIELD UDOT - 4685 FT                8 AM THU     0.05
BRIGHAM CITY - 4400 FT                   8 AM THU     0.05
GARLAND 1 SE - 4328 FT                   6 AM THU     0.05

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
MAGNA - 4400 FT                          8 AM THU     0.26
DRAPER - 5052 FT                         8 AM THU     0.20
SALT LAKE CITY - 4568 FT                 7 AM THU     0.19
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4268 FT               8 AM THU     0.17
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT         8 AM THU     0.15
SALT LAKE CITY - 5305 FT                 8 AM THU     0.15
RIVERTON - 4429 FT                       8 AM THU     0.13
RIVERTON - 4480 FT                       8 AM THU     0.13
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         8 AM THU     0.13
DRAPER - 4426 FT                         8 AM THU     0.13
DRAPER - 4418 FT                         8 AM THU     0.13
SANDY - 5161 FT                          8 AM THU     0.09
SANDY - 4852 FT                          7 AM THU     0.09
RIVERTON - 4377 FT                       8 AM THU     0.07
RIVERTON - 4534 FT                       7 AM THU     0.07
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS - 5138 FT             7 AM THU     0.03
SANDY - 4714 FT                          7 AM THU     0.02

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4655 FT               8 AM THU     0.27
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4787 FT               8 AM THU     0.21
OREM - 4728 FT                           8 AM THU     0.15
SARATOGA SPRINGS 1W - 7544 FT            8 AM THU     0.15
SPANISH FORK - 4734 FT                   8 AM THU     0.15
LEHI - 4593 FT                           8 AM THU     0.11
PAYSON - 4652 FT                         8 AM THU     0.05
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT          4 AM THU     0.05
LEHI - 4800 FT                           7 AM THU     0.02

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                8 AM THU     0.22
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 8 AM THU     0.14
INTERSTATE 80 - 4125 FT                  8 AM THU     0.11
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              8 AM THU     0.10
BAKER LAB - 4294 FT                      8 AM THU     0.09
SALT FLATS - 4265 FT                     8 AM THU     0.07
DURAND ROAD - 4538 FT                    8 AM THU     0.07
LOWER CEDAR MTN - 4495 FT                8 AM THU     0.06
TARGET R - 4311 FT                       8 AM THU     0.06
NW DECON PAD - 4380 FT                   8 AM THU     0.06
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT               8 AM THU     0.05
VERNON CREEK NEAR VERNON 8SE - 6226 FT   7 AM THU     0.05

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT        7 AM THU     0.17
COALVILLE - 5673 FT                      8 AM THU     0.16
MORGAN - 5059 FT                         8 AM THU     0.16
MORGAN UDOT - 5105 FT                    8 AM THU     0.13
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        6 AM THU     0.09
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                     8 AM THU     0.08

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
LOST CREEK NR CROYDEN - 5840 FT          7 AM THU     0.28
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       8 AM THU     0.18
GARDEN CITY - 7615 FT                    8 AM THU     0.18
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    7 AM THU     0.10
RANDOLPH - 6264 FT                       6 AM THU     0.06
RANDOLPH - 6270 FT                       5 AM THU     0.05

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
FOUNTAIN GREEN 4ENE - 7166 FT            8 AM THU     0.09
ALTA - COLLINS - 9662 FT                 7 AM THU     0.07
ALTA - BASE - 8560 FT                    8 AM THU     0.06

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        7 AM THU     0.49
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           7 AM THU     0.47
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       7 AM THU     0.24
YELLOWSTONE RIVER NR ALTONAH - 7506 FT   8 AM THU     0.23
YELLOWSTONE DRAINAGE - 7800 FT           7 AM THU     0.12
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      8 AM THU     0.06
WEST FORK BLACKSMITHS FORK - 9620 FT     7 AM THU     0.06
HEBER CITY 10 ESE - 8305 FT              7 AM THU     0.02

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
HORSE RIDGE - 8480 FT                    7 AM THU     0.49
BRUIN POINT - 10200 FT                   7 AM THU     0.30
BAER #10 RED BULL - 8360 FT              7 AM THU     0.12

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
MYTON - 5080 FT                          5 AM THU     0.09
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT            7 AM THU     0.08

...CASTLE COUNTRY...
FERRON - 5930 FT                         5 AM THU     0.04

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
SAN RAFAEL NR GREEN RIVER - 4200 FT      7 AM THU     0.08

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
FISH SPRINGS - 4282 FT                   8 AM THU     0.09

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
FILLMORE PORT #1 - 6229 FT               7 AM THU     0.06

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT       7 AM THU     0.37
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    7 AM THU     0.17


$$


000
NOUS41 KAKQ 231323
PNSAKQ

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WAKEFIELD VA
922 AM EDT THU JUL 23 2015

...MAMIE NOAA WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTER WILL BE DOWN FOR MAINTENANCE

THE MAMIE WWH-26 TRANSMITTER LOCATED ON THE NORTHERN OUTER BANKS
OPERATING AT A FREQUENCY OF 162.425 MHZ COVERING NORTHEASTERN
NORTH CAROLINA AND SOUTHEASTERN VIRGINIA WILL BE DOWN FOR
MAINTENANCE FOR ANTENNA REPLACEMENT BEGINNING THURSDAY MORNING
JULY 23RD POSSIBLY EXTENDING INTO FRIDAY JULY 24TH.

$$



000
NOUS43 KGLD 231204
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT THU JUL 23 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 1936, THE TEMPERATURE IN GOODLAND KANSAS CLIMBED TO 110
DEGREES, A RECORD FOR THE DATE. IT WAS THE FIRST OF THREE
CONSECUTIVE DAYS THAT THE TEMPERATURE WOULD CLIMB TO 110
DEGREES, A FEAT NEVER REACHED BEFORE OR SINCE AT THAT LOCATION.

IN 1996, A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM IN LOGAN COUNTY KANSAS PRODUCED
GOLF BALL SIZED HAIL AND STRONG NORTH WINDS. IT WAS REPORTED THAT
NEARLY EVERY NORTH FACING WINDOW IN MONUMENT WAS BROKEN, AS WELL
AS DAMAGE TO CARS AND CROPS. ABOUT 260 PANES OF GLASS AT THE
MONUMENT SCHOOL WERE BROKEN.

$$



000
NOUS43 KGLD 231204
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT THU JUL 23 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 1936, THE TEMPERATURE IN GOODLAND KANSAS CLIMBED TO 110
DEGREES, A RECORD FOR THE DATE. IT WAS THE FIRST OF THREE
CONSECUTIVE DAYS THAT THE TEMPERATURE WOULD CLIMB TO 110
DEGREES, A FEAT NEVER REACHED BEFORE OR SINCE AT THAT LOCATION.

IN 1996, A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM IN LOGAN COUNTY KANSAS PRODUCED
GOLF BALL SIZED HAIL AND STRONG NORTH WINDS. IT WAS REPORTED THAT
NEARLY EVERY NORTH FACING WINDOW IN MONUMENT WAS BROKEN, AS WELL
AS DAMAGE TO CARS AND CROPS. ABOUT 260 PANES OF GLASS AT THE
MONUMENT SCHOOL WERE BROKEN.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 231204
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT THU JUL 23 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 1936, THE TEMPERATURE IN GOODLAND KANSAS CLIMBED TO 110
DEGREES, A RECORD FOR THE DATE. IT WAS THE FIRST OF THREE
CONSECUTIVE DAYS THAT THE TEMPERATURE WOULD CLIMB TO 110
DEGREES, A FEAT NEVER REACHED BEFORE OR SINCE AT THAT LOCATION.

IN 1996, A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM IN LOGAN COUNTY KANSAS PRODUCED
GOLF BALL SIZED HAIL AND STRONG NORTH WINDS. IT WAS REPORTED THAT
NEARLY EVERY NORTH FACING WINDOW IN MONUMENT WAS BROKEN, AS WELL
AS DAMAGE TO CARS AND CROPS. ABOUT 260 PANES OF GLASS AT THE
MONUMENT SCHOOL WERE BROKEN.

$$


000
NOUS41 KGYX 231057
PNSGYX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY ME
657 AM EDT THU JUL 23 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED THE WEEK OF JULY 20TH
THROUGH 24TH, HURRICANE AWARENESS WEEK IN NEW ENGLAND.  THIS IS
THE FOURTH IN A SERIES OF FIVE PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENTS TO
BE ISSUED BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE IN GRAY,
CONTAINING INFORMATION ON HURRICANES AND HURRICANE SAFETY.


INLAND FLOODING FROM TROPICAL STORMS AND HURRICANES

WHEN IT COMES TO HURRICANES, WIND SPEEDS DO NOT TELL THE WHOLE
STORY.  HURRICANES PRODUCE STORM SURGES, TORNADOES, AND OFTEN
MOST DEADLY OF ALL, INLAND FRESHWATER FLOODING.

WHILE STORM SURGE IS ALWAYS A POTENTIAL THREAT WITH LAND-FALLING
HURRICANES, MANY MORE PEOPLE HAVE DIED FROM INLAND FRESHWATER
FLOODING.  INLAND FLOODING CAN BE A MAJOR THREAT TO COMMUNITIES
HUNDREDS OF MILES FROM THE COAST AS HEAVY RAIN FALLS FROM THESE
HUGE TROPICAL AIR MASSES. IN 2011, THE FLOODING CAUSED BY TROPICAL
STORMS IRENE AND LEE CAUSED CONSIDERABLE DAMAGE AND 36 DEATHS IN
THE MID ATLANTIC AND NEW ENGLAND STATES.  IN 2012, THE REMNANTS
OF HURRICANE SANDY CAUSED AN ESTIMATED 73 DEATHS AND AN ESTIMATED
$65 BILLION IN DAMAGES, MOSTLY DUE TO COASTAL AND INLAND FLOODING.

FORTY THREE YEARS AGO, IN 1972, HURRICANE AGNES PRODUCED FLOODS
IN THE NORTHEAST UNITED STATES WHICH CONTRIBUTED TO 122 DEATHS
AND $6.4 BILLION IN DAMAGES. AND IN 1955, LONG AFTER THE WINDS
FROM HURRICANE DIANE HAD SUBSIDED, THE STORM BROUGHT INLAND
FLOODING TO PENNSYLVANIA, NEW YORK, AND NEW ENGLAND CONTRIBUTING
TO NEARLY 200 DEATHS AND $4.2 BILLION IN DAMAGES.

FRESHWATER FLOODS ACCOUNTED FOR MORE THAN HALF OF U.S. TROPICAL
CYCLONE DEATHS FROM 1975-2004 YEARS AND MORE THAN 75% OF THE
CHILDREN KILLED BY TROPICAL CYCLONES.  FLOODING IS ALSO THE
REASON WHY 63% OF U.S. TROPICAL CYCLONE DEATHS DURING THAT PERIOD
OCCURRED IN INLAND COUNTIES.  AT LEAST 23% OF U.S. TROPICAL
CYCLONE DEATHS ARE PEOPLE WHO ARE ATTEMPTING TO DRIVE THROUGH
FLOODED ROADWAYS.

HERE IN NEW ENGLAND, TROPICAL SYSTEMS CAN COMBINE WITH
MID-LATITUDE WEATHER SYSTEMS (EXTRA-TROPICAL) TO PRODUCE VERY
HEAVY RAINS AND FLOODING, EVEN WHEN THE HURRICANE OR TROPICAL
STORM REMAINS WELL OFFSHORE.  IN 1996, A COASTAL STORM THAT WAS
SUPPLIED TROPICAL MOISTURE FROM THE CIRCULATION AROUND HURRICANE
LILI (WELL OFFSHORE) PRODUCED FROM 4 TO 19 INCHES OF RAIN ACROSS
SOUTHERN AND CENTRAL NEW HAMPSHIRE AND SOUTHWESTERN MAINE AND WAS
RESPONSIBLE FOR 1 DROWNING DEATH.

HERE ARE SOME TIPS TO PROTECT YOU AND YOUR HOME FROM FLOODING.

  1.DEVELOP A FLOOD EMERGENCY ACTION PLAN.
  2.DETERMINE WHETHER YOU LIVE IN A FLOOD-PRONE AREA.
  3.IF FLOODING IS POSSIBLE, MOVE VALUABLE ITEMS FROM THE
        BASEMENTS OR FIRST FLOOR TO HIGHER FLOORS IN YOUR HOME.
        HAVE A CHECKLIST OF THESE ITEMS IN YOUR EMERGENCY ACTION
        PLAN.
  4.KEEP ABREAST OF ROAD CONDITIONS THROUGH THE NEWS MEDIA.
        MOVE TO A SAFE AREA BEFORE ACCESS IS CUT OFF BY FLOOD WATER.
  5.IF ADVISED TO EVACUATE, DO SO IMMEDIATELY.
  6.DO NOT ATTEMPT TO DRIVE THROUGH A FLOODED ROADWAY.  IF THE
        ROADWAY IS FLOODED, TURN AROUND, DON`T DROWN.

ALSO, IF YOU LIVE IN A FLOOD-PRONE AREA, CONSIDER PURCHASING FLOOD
INSURANCE.  FLOOD DAMAGE IS NOT USUALLY COVERED BY HOMEOWNERS
INSURANCE POLICIES.  DO NOT MAKE ASSUMPTIONS; CHECK YOUR POLICY.

THE NATIONAL FLOOD INSURANCE PROGRAM, IS A PRE-DISASTER FLOOD
MITIGATION AND INSURANCE PROTECTION PROGRAM.  THE NATIONAL FLOOD
INSURANCE PROGRAM MAKES FEDERALLY-BACKED FLOOD INSURANCE
AVAILABLE TO RESIDENTS AND BUSINESS OWNERS IN CERTAIN
COMMUNITIES.


QUESTION OF THE DAY:  DO THE STRONGEST HURRICANES PRODUCE THE
GREATEST RAINFALL AMOUNTS?

THE MOST IMPORTANT FACTOR IN DETERMINING THE RAINFALL FROM A
HURRICANE OR TROPICAL STORM IS THE FORWARD SPEED OF THE STORM.
A SLOW MOVING OR STALLED TROPICAL STORM CAN PRODUCE CONSIDERABLY
MORE RAINFALL IN A GIVEN AREA THAN A FAST MOVING INTENSE HURRICANE.
HURRICANE ANDREW PRODUCED RAINFALL AMOUNTS OF BETWEEN 7 AND 8
INCHES ACROSS THE SOUTH FLORIDA PENINSULA AS IT RAVAGED THE AREA
WITH STRONG WINDS DURING AUGUST 1992.  IN COMPARISON, TROPICAL
STORM ALBERTO DUMPED MORE THAN 27 INCHES OF RAIN IN AMERICUS,
GEORGIA (21 INCHES IN 24 HOURS) WHEN IT STRUCK DURING JULY OF 1994.
IN 1979, TROPICAL STORM CLAUDETTE BROUGHT 45 INCHES OF RAIN TO
AN AREA NEAR ALVIN, TEXAS.


FACT FOR THE DAY:  HISTORICALLY, STORM SURGE HAD BEEN THE LEADING
CAUSE OF DEATH DURING HURRICANES; HOWEVER, IMPROVEMENTS IN
FORECASTING AND COMMUNICATION HAVE ALLOWED POTENTIAL VICTIMS TO
EVACUATE FROM SURGE PRONE AREAS.  THESE IMPROVEMENTS HAVE GREATLY
REDUCED THE NUMBER OF STORM SURGE DEATHS IN THE UNITED STATES.
AS SEEN IN THE TABLE BELOW, FRESHWATER FLOODING IS BY FAR THE
LEADING CAUSE OF DEATH FROM TROPICAL CYCLONES.

           TROPICAL CYCLONE DEATHS (1970-1999)

              CAUSE                     PERCENT
       FRESHWATER FLOODING                59%
       WIND                               12%
       SURF                               11%
       OFFSHORE                           11%
       TORNADOES                           4%
       STORM SURGE                         1%
       OTHER                               2%


HERE`S A LIST OF THE OTHER TOPICS COVERED IN STATEMENTS ISSUED
THIS WEEK:

MONDAY - TROPICAL CYCLONES, TROPICAL STORMS, AND
         HURRICANES--THE BASICS
TUESDAY - HURRICANE WINDS AND TORNADOES
WEDNESDAY - STORM SURGE AND MARINE SAFETY
FRIDAY - THE FORECAST PROCESS--STATEMENTS, WATCHES, AND WARNINGS

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT HURRICANES AND HURRICANE SAFETY,
VISIT THE NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER`S WEB SITE AT:

HTTP://WWW.NHC.NOAA.GOV/

$$

JENSENIUS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
GRAY...MAINE
NNNN



000
NOUS41 KGYX 231057
PNSGYX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY ME
657 AM EDT THU JUL 23 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED THE WEEK OF JULY 20TH
THROUGH 24TH, HURRICANE AWARENESS WEEK IN NEW ENGLAND.  THIS IS
THE FOURTH IN A SERIES OF FIVE PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENTS TO
BE ISSUED BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE IN GRAY,
CONTAINING INFORMATION ON HURRICANES AND HURRICANE SAFETY.


INLAND FLOODING FROM TROPICAL STORMS AND HURRICANES

WHEN IT COMES TO HURRICANES, WIND SPEEDS DO NOT TELL THE WHOLE
STORY.  HURRICANES PRODUCE STORM SURGES, TORNADOES, AND OFTEN
MOST DEADLY OF ALL, INLAND FRESHWATER FLOODING.

WHILE STORM SURGE IS ALWAYS A POTENTIAL THREAT WITH LAND-FALLING
HURRICANES, MANY MORE PEOPLE HAVE DIED FROM INLAND FRESHWATER
FLOODING.  INLAND FLOODING CAN BE A MAJOR THREAT TO COMMUNITIES
HUNDREDS OF MILES FROM THE COAST AS HEAVY RAIN FALLS FROM THESE
HUGE TROPICAL AIR MASSES. IN 2011, THE FLOODING CAUSED BY TROPICAL
STORMS IRENE AND LEE CAUSED CONSIDERABLE DAMAGE AND 36 DEATHS IN
THE MID ATLANTIC AND NEW ENGLAND STATES.  IN 2012, THE REMNANTS
OF HURRICANE SANDY CAUSED AN ESTIMATED 73 DEATHS AND AN ESTIMATED
$65 BILLION IN DAMAGES, MOSTLY DUE TO COASTAL AND INLAND FLOODING.

FORTY THREE YEARS AGO, IN 1972, HURRICANE AGNES PRODUCED FLOODS
IN THE NORTHEAST UNITED STATES WHICH CONTRIBUTED TO 122 DEATHS
AND $6.4 BILLION IN DAMAGES. AND IN 1955, LONG AFTER THE WINDS
FROM HURRICANE DIANE HAD SUBSIDED, THE STORM BROUGHT INLAND
FLOODING TO PENNSYLVANIA, NEW YORK, AND NEW ENGLAND CONTRIBUTING
TO NEARLY 200 DEATHS AND $4.2 BILLION IN DAMAGES.

FRESHWATER FLOODS ACCOUNTED FOR MORE THAN HALF OF U.S. TROPICAL
CYCLONE DEATHS FROM 1975-2004 YEARS AND MORE THAN 75% OF THE
CHILDREN KILLED BY TROPICAL CYCLONES.  FLOODING IS ALSO THE
REASON WHY 63% OF U.S. TROPICAL CYCLONE DEATHS DURING THAT PERIOD
OCCURRED IN INLAND COUNTIES.  AT LEAST 23% OF U.S. TROPICAL
CYCLONE DEATHS ARE PEOPLE WHO ARE ATTEMPTING TO DRIVE THROUGH
FLOODED ROADWAYS.

HERE IN NEW ENGLAND, TROPICAL SYSTEMS CAN COMBINE WITH
MID-LATITUDE WEATHER SYSTEMS (EXTRA-TROPICAL) TO PRODUCE VERY
HEAVY RAINS AND FLOODING, EVEN WHEN THE HURRICANE OR TROPICAL
STORM REMAINS WELL OFFSHORE.  IN 1996, A COASTAL STORM THAT WAS
SUPPLIED TROPICAL MOISTURE FROM THE CIRCULATION AROUND HURRICANE
LILI (WELL OFFSHORE) PRODUCED FROM 4 TO 19 INCHES OF RAIN ACROSS
SOUTHERN AND CENTRAL NEW HAMPSHIRE AND SOUTHWESTERN MAINE AND WAS
RESPONSIBLE FOR 1 DROWNING DEATH.

HERE ARE SOME TIPS TO PROTECT YOU AND YOUR HOME FROM FLOODING.

  1.DEVELOP A FLOOD EMERGENCY ACTION PLAN.
  2.DETERMINE WHETHER YOU LIVE IN A FLOOD-PRONE AREA.
  3.IF FLOODING IS POSSIBLE, MOVE VALUABLE ITEMS FROM THE
        BASEMENTS OR FIRST FLOOR TO HIGHER FLOORS IN YOUR HOME.
        HAVE A CHECKLIST OF THESE ITEMS IN YOUR EMERGENCY ACTION
        PLAN.
  4.KEEP ABREAST OF ROAD CONDITIONS THROUGH THE NEWS MEDIA.
        MOVE TO A SAFE AREA BEFORE ACCESS IS CUT OFF BY FLOOD WATER.
  5.IF ADVISED TO EVACUATE, DO SO IMMEDIATELY.
  6.DO NOT ATTEMPT TO DRIVE THROUGH A FLOODED ROADWAY.  IF THE
        ROADWAY IS FLOODED, TURN AROUND, DON`T DROWN.

ALSO, IF YOU LIVE IN A FLOOD-PRONE AREA, CONSIDER PURCHASING FLOOD
INSURANCE.  FLOOD DAMAGE IS NOT USUALLY COVERED BY HOMEOWNERS
INSURANCE POLICIES.  DO NOT MAKE ASSUMPTIONS; CHECK YOUR POLICY.

THE NATIONAL FLOOD INSURANCE PROGRAM, IS A PRE-DISASTER FLOOD
MITIGATION AND INSURANCE PROTECTION PROGRAM.  THE NATIONAL FLOOD
INSURANCE PROGRAM MAKES FEDERALLY-BACKED FLOOD INSURANCE
AVAILABLE TO RESIDENTS AND BUSINESS OWNERS IN CERTAIN
COMMUNITIES.


QUESTION OF THE DAY:  DO THE STRONGEST HURRICANES PRODUCE THE
GREATEST RAINFALL AMOUNTS?

THE MOST IMPORTANT FACTOR IN DETERMINING THE RAINFALL FROM A
HURRICANE OR TROPICAL STORM IS THE FORWARD SPEED OF THE STORM.
A SLOW MOVING OR STALLED TROPICAL STORM CAN PRODUCE CONSIDERABLY
MORE RAINFALL IN A GIVEN AREA THAN A FAST MOVING INTENSE HURRICANE.
HURRICANE ANDREW PRODUCED RAINFALL AMOUNTS OF BETWEEN 7 AND 8
INCHES ACROSS THE SOUTH FLORIDA PENINSULA AS IT RAVAGED THE AREA
WITH STRONG WINDS DURING AUGUST 1992.  IN COMPARISON, TROPICAL
STORM ALBERTO DUMPED MORE THAN 27 INCHES OF RAIN IN AMERICUS,
GEORGIA (21 INCHES IN 24 HOURS) WHEN IT STRUCK DURING JULY OF 1994.
IN 1979, TROPICAL STORM CLAUDETTE BROUGHT 45 INCHES OF RAIN TO
AN AREA NEAR ALVIN, TEXAS.


FACT FOR THE DAY:  HISTORICALLY, STORM SURGE HAD BEEN THE LEADING
CAUSE OF DEATH DURING HURRICANES; HOWEVER, IMPROVEMENTS IN
FORECASTING AND COMMUNICATION HAVE ALLOWED POTENTIAL VICTIMS TO
EVACUATE FROM SURGE PRONE AREAS.  THESE IMPROVEMENTS HAVE GREATLY
REDUCED THE NUMBER OF STORM SURGE DEATHS IN THE UNITED STATES.
AS SEEN IN THE TABLE BELOW, FRESHWATER FLOODING IS BY FAR THE
LEADING CAUSE OF DEATH FROM TROPICAL CYCLONES.

           TROPICAL CYCLONE DEATHS (1970-1999)

              CAUSE                     PERCENT
       FRESHWATER FLOODING                59%
       WIND                               12%
       SURF                               11%
       OFFSHORE                           11%
       TORNADOES                           4%
       STORM SURGE                         1%
       OTHER                               2%


HERE`S A LIST OF THE OTHER TOPICS COVERED IN STATEMENTS ISSUED
THIS WEEK:

MONDAY - TROPICAL CYCLONES, TROPICAL STORMS, AND
         HURRICANES--THE BASICS
TUESDAY - HURRICANE WINDS AND TORNADOES
WEDNESDAY - STORM SURGE AND MARINE SAFETY
FRIDAY - THE FORECAST PROCESS--STATEMENTS, WATCHES, AND WARNINGS

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT HURRICANES AND HURRICANE SAFETY,
VISIT THE NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER`S WEB SITE AT:

HTTP://WWW.NHC.NOAA.GOV/

$$

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000
NOUS45 KSLC 230222
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
814 PM MDT WED JUL 22 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

BELOW ARE PRECIPITATION AND PEAK WIND REPORTS FROM STORM ACTIVITY
ACROSS THE STATE TODAY.

***** PRECIP REPORTS *****                 TIME      PRECIP

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BOUNTIFUL - 4760 FT                      7 PM WED     0.64
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                      7 PM WED     0.58
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                8 PM WED     0.39
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                8 PM WED     0.30
CENTERVILLE - 4445 FT                    5 PM WED     0.21
EAGLE LAKE - 4377 FT                     8 PM WED     0.17
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       8 PM WED     0.11
LAYTON - 4468 FT                         7 PM WED     0.11
CLINTON - 4337 FT                        7 PM WED     0.08
ROY - 4373 FT                            8 PM WED     0.06
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4590 FT                  8 PM WED     0.05

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
SALT LAKE CITY TRIAD CENTER              8 PM WED     0.26
MAGNA - 4400 FT                          8 PM WED     0.24
DRAPER - 5052 FT                         7 PM WED     0.20
UPPER AVENUES - 5000 FT                  4 PM WED     0.17
SALT LAKE CITY - 5305 FT                 8 PM WED     0.15
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4268 FT               7 PM WED     0.15
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT         8 PM WED     0.14
RIVERTON - 4429 FT                       8 PM WED     0.13
RIVERTON - 4480 FT                       8 PM WED     0.13
DRAPER - 4426 FT                         8 PM WED     0.13
DRAPER - 4418 FT                         8 PM WED     0.13
SANDY - 5161 FT                          8 PM WED     0.09
RIVERTON - 4377 FT                       8 PM WED     0.07
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         8 PM WED     0.06
WEST JORDAN - 4740 FT                    4 PM WED     0.05

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4655 FT               7 PM WED     0.26
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4787 FT               8 PM WED     0.21
OREM - 4728 FT                           8 PM WED     0.15
SPANISH FORK - 4734 FT                   8 PM WED     0.12
SARATOGA SPRINGS 1W - 7544 FT            8 PM WED     0.12
LEHI - 4593 FT                           8 PM WED     0.09
PAYSON - 4652 FT                         8 PM WED     0.05
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT          8 PM WED     0.05

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
UTAH TEST RANGE                          8 PM WED     0.19
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                8 PM WED     0.12
DURAND ROAD - 4538 FT                    8 PM WED     0.07
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              8 PM WED     0.05

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT        7 PM WED     0.17
MORGAN - 5059 FT                         8 PM WED     0.12
MORGAN UDOT - 5105 FT                    8 PM WED     0.10
COALVILLE - 5673 FT                      7 PM WED     0.10

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
LOST CREEK NR CROYDEN - 5840 FT          7 PM WED     0.26
GARDEN CITY - 7615 FT                    8 PM WED     0.09
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    7 PM WED     0.08
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       7 PM WED     0.07

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
FOUNTAIN GREEN 4ENE - 7166 FT            8 PM WED     0.09
ALTA - COLLINS - 9662 FT                 7 PM WED     0.07
ALTA - BASE - 8560 FT                    7 PM WED     0.05

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        7 PM WED     0.49
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           7 PM WED     0.46
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       7 PM WED     0.24
YELLOWSTONE RIVER NR ALTONAH - 7506 FT   7 PM WED     0.19
WEST FORK BLACKSMITHS FORK - 9620 FT     7 PM WED     0.11
YELLOWSTONE DRAINAGE - 7800 FT           7 PM WED     0.10
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      8 PM WED     0.06

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
SUNNYSIDE                                4 PM WED     0.95
HORSE RIDGE - 8480 FT                    7 PM WED     0.49
BRUIN POINT - 10200 FT                   7 PM WED     0.29
BAER #10 RED BULL - 8360 FT              7 PM WED     0.10

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT            7 PM WED     0.09

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
SAN RAFAEL NR GREEN RIVER - 4200 FT      7 PM WED     0.08

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
FISH SPRINGS - 4282 FT                   8 PM WED     0.08

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
FILLMORE PORT #1 - 6229 FT               7 PM WED     0.06

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT       7 PM WED     0.36
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    7 PM WED     0.15


***** WIND REPORTS *****                   TIME     WINDSPEED


...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
CENTERVILLE - 4220 FT                    4 PM WED     46 MPH
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    5 PM WED     41 MPH
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            4 PM WED     41 MPH
LEGACY PARKWAY - 4215 FT                 4 PM WED     41 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
SALT LAKE CITY - 5102 FT                 4 PM WED     46 MPH
I-15 AT 2400 S - 4219 FT                 4 PM WED     46 MPH
VERNON HILL - 5761 FT                    2 PM WED     45 MPH
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            4 PM WED     44 MPH
SALT LAKE MUNI 2 AIRPORT - 4603 FT       3 PM WED     44 MPH
I-15 AT I-215 - 4407 FT                  3 PM WED     44 MPH
STOCKTON BAR - 5161 FT                   3 PM WED     43 MPH
MOUTH PARLEYS - 4915 FT                  4 PM WED     42 MPH
MOUNTAIN VIEW AT JUNIPER - 4900 FT       3 PM WED     42 MPH
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         4 PM WED     40 MPH
MOUNTAIN VIEW AT DANNON WAY - 4910 FT    3 PM WED     40 MPH
TRANS-JORDAN LANDFILL - 5201 FT          3 PM WED     40 MPH

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
NEPHI MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5022 FT        1 PM WED     45 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
UPPER CEDAR MTN - 7052 FT                4 PM WED     62 MPH
SALT FLATS - 4265 FT                     3 PM WED     50 MPH
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT               3 PM WED     49 MPH
I-80 AT MP 29 - 4125 FT                  4 PM WED     48 MPH
SNOWVILLE - 4560 FT                      6 PM WED     47 MPH
I-84 AT WHITES VALLEY - 5125 FT          6 PM WED     47 MPH
TOWER GRID - 4346 FT                     2 PM WED     47 MPH
INTERSTATE 80 - 4125 FT                  4 PM WED     45 MPH
CAMEL BACK MTN - 5077 FT                 2 PM WED     45 MPH
I-80 AT GRASSEY - 4650 FT                4 PM WED     44 MPH
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                3 PM WED     44 MPH
SLDURO - 4220 FT                         3 PM WED     44 MPH
TARGET R - 4311 FT                       2 PM WED     44 MPH
TARGET S - 4349 FT                       2 PM WED     44 MPH
EAGLE RANGE - 4239 FT                    5 PM WED     43 MPH
DURAND ROAD - 4538 FT                    2 PM WED     43 MPH
CLIFTON FLAT - 6384 FT                   7 PM WED     42 MPH
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                   4 PM WED     42 MPH
V-GRID - 4226 FT                         3 PM WED     42 MPH
ROMEO & CENTERLINE - 4308 FT             3 PM WED     42 MPH
SNOWVILLE (SOUTH) - 4812 FT              6 PM WED     41 MPH
DUGWAY - APG - 4291 FT                   3 PM WED     41 MPH
BAKER LAB - 4294 FT                      2 PM WED     41 MPH
WHITE SAGE - 4363 FT                     2 PM WED     40 MPH
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT                2 PM WED     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
MORGAN - 5059 FT                         5 PM WED     44 MPH
SR-248 - 6900 FT                         4 PM WED     41 MPH
I-80 AT COALVILLE - 5570 FT              5 PM WED     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
SR-65 AT BIG MOUNTAIN PASS - 7433 FT     4 PM WED     55 MPH
OGDEN PEAK - 9570 FT                     5 PM WED     50 MPH
SR-30 - 4990 FT                          7 PM WED     42 MPH
POWDER MOUNTAIN - 8897 FT                6 PM WED     41 MPH
WASATCH HILLS - 6939 FT                  5 PM WED     41 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
PARK CITY - JUPITER - 10024 FT           4 PM WED     60 MPH
CANYONS - LOOKOUT - 8297 FT              4 PM WED     57 MPH
DEER VLY - EMPIRE PK - 9570 FT           4 PM WED     53 MPH
PARLEYS CANYON AT QUARRY - 5100 FT       4 PM WED     52 MPH
PARK CITY - BONANZA TOP - 9200 FT        4 PM WED     46 MPH
PARK CITY - PAYDAY TOP - 8275 FT         4 PM WED     43 MPH

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
PORTABLE RWIS 4 - 9805 FT                2 PM WED     45 MPH

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
SEVIER RESERVOIR - 5369 FT              12 PM WED     42 MPH

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
TULE VALLEY - 5135 FT                    6 PM WED     42 MPH
U.S. 6 AT EUREKA - 6584 FT               7 PM WED     40 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
DOG VALLEY - 6180 FT                     3 PM WED     48 MPH

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
BRIAN HEAD 2S - 10472 FT                 7 PM WED     44 MPH

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         6 PM WED     45 MPH
CHURCH BUTTE - 6743 FT                   3 PM WED     41 MPH


$$



000
NOUS45 KSLC 230222
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
814 PM MDT WED JUL 22 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

BELOW ARE PRECIPITATION AND PEAK WIND REPORTS FROM STORM ACTIVITY
ACROSS THE STATE TODAY.

***** PRECIP REPORTS *****                 TIME      PRECIP

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BOUNTIFUL - 4760 FT                      7 PM WED     0.64
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                      7 PM WED     0.58
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                8 PM WED     0.39
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                8 PM WED     0.30
CENTERVILLE - 4445 FT                    5 PM WED     0.21
EAGLE LAKE - 4377 FT                     8 PM WED     0.17
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       8 PM WED     0.11
LAYTON - 4468 FT                         7 PM WED     0.11
CLINTON - 4337 FT                        7 PM WED     0.08
ROY - 4373 FT                            8 PM WED     0.06
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4590 FT                  8 PM WED     0.05

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
SALT LAKE CITY TRIAD CENTER              8 PM WED     0.26
MAGNA - 4400 FT                          8 PM WED     0.24
DRAPER - 5052 FT                         7 PM WED     0.20
UPPER AVENUES - 5000 FT                  4 PM WED     0.17
SALT LAKE CITY - 5305 FT                 8 PM WED     0.15
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4268 FT               7 PM WED     0.15
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT         8 PM WED     0.14
RIVERTON - 4429 FT                       8 PM WED     0.13
RIVERTON - 4480 FT                       8 PM WED     0.13
DRAPER - 4426 FT                         8 PM WED     0.13
DRAPER - 4418 FT                         8 PM WED     0.13
SANDY - 5161 FT                          8 PM WED     0.09
RIVERTON - 4377 FT                       8 PM WED     0.07
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         8 PM WED     0.06
WEST JORDAN - 4740 FT                    4 PM WED     0.05

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4655 FT               7 PM WED     0.26
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4787 FT               8 PM WED     0.21
OREM - 4728 FT                           8 PM WED     0.15
SPANISH FORK - 4734 FT                   8 PM WED     0.12
SARATOGA SPRINGS 1W - 7544 FT            8 PM WED     0.12
LEHI - 4593 FT                           8 PM WED     0.09
PAYSON - 4652 FT                         8 PM WED     0.05
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT          8 PM WED     0.05

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
UTAH TEST RANGE                          8 PM WED     0.19
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                8 PM WED     0.12
DURAND ROAD - 4538 FT                    8 PM WED     0.07
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              8 PM WED     0.05

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT        7 PM WED     0.17
MORGAN - 5059 FT                         8 PM WED     0.12
MORGAN UDOT - 5105 FT                    8 PM WED     0.10
COALVILLE - 5673 FT                      7 PM WED     0.10

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
LOST CREEK NR CROYDEN - 5840 FT          7 PM WED     0.26
GARDEN CITY - 7615 FT                    8 PM WED     0.09
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    7 PM WED     0.08
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       7 PM WED     0.07

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
FOUNTAIN GREEN 4ENE - 7166 FT            8 PM WED     0.09
ALTA - COLLINS - 9662 FT                 7 PM WED     0.07
ALTA - BASE - 8560 FT                    7 PM WED     0.05

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        7 PM WED     0.49
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           7 PM WED     0.46
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       7 PM WED     0.24
YELLOWSTONE RIVER NR ALTONAH - 7506 FT   7 PM WED     0.19
WEST FORK BLACKSMITHS FORK - 9620 FT     7 PM WED     0.11
YELLOWSTONE DRAINAGE - 7800 FT           7 PM WED     0.10
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      8 PM WED     0.06

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
SUNNYSIDE                                4 PM WED     0.95
HORSE RIDGE - 8480 FT                    7 PM WED     0.49
BRUIN POINT - 10200 FT                   7 PM WED     0.29
BAER #10 RED BULL - 8360 FT              7 PM WED     0.10

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT            7 PM WED     0.09

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
SAN RAFAEL NR GREEN RIVER - 4200 FT      7 PM WED     0.08

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
FISH SPRINGS - 4282 FT                   8 PM WED     0.08

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
FILLMORE PORT #1 - 6229 FT               7 PM WED     0.06

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT       7 PM WED     0.36
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    7 PM WED     0.15


***** WIND REPORTS *****                   TIME     WINDSPEED


...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
CENTERVILLE - 4220 FT                    4 PM WED     46 MPH
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    5 PM WED     41 MPH
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            4 PM WED     41 MPH
LEGACY PARKWAY - 4215 FT                 4 PM WED     41 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
SALT LAKE CITY - 5102 FT                 4 PM WED     46 MPH
I-15 AT 2400 S - 4219 FT                 4 PM WED     46 MPH
VERNON HILL - 5761 FT                    2 PM WED     45 MPH
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            4 PM WED     44 MPH
SALT LAKE MUNI 2 AIRPORT - 4603 FT       3 PM WED     44 MPH
I-15 AT I-215 - 4407 FT                  3 PM WED     44 MPH
STOCKTON BAR - 5161 FT                   3 PM WED     43 MPH
MOUTH PARLEYS - 4915 FT                  4 PM WED     42 MPH
MOUNTAIN VIEW AT JUNIPER - 4900 FT       3 PM WED     42 MPH
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         4 PM WED     40 MPH
MOUNTAIN VIEW AT DANNON WAY - 4910 FT    3 PM WED     40 MPH
TRANS-JORDAN LANDFILL - 5201 FT          3 PM WED     40 MPH

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
NEPHI MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5022 FT        1 PM WED     45 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
UPPER CEDAR MTN - 7052 FT                4 PM WED     62 MPH
SALT FLATS - 4265 FT                     3 PM WED     50 MPH
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT               3 PM WED     49 MPH
I-80 AT MP 29 - 4125 FT                  4 PM WED     48 MPH
SNOWVILLE - 4560 FT                      6 PM WED     47 MPH
I-84 AT WHITES VALLEY - 5125 FT          6 PM WED     47 MPH
TOWER GRID - 4346 FT                     2 PM WED     47 MPH
INTERSTATE 80 - 4125 FT                  4 PM WED     45 MPH
CAMEL BACK MTN - 5077 FT                 2 PM WED     45 MPH
I-80 AT GRASSEY - 4650 FT                4 PM WED     44 MPH
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                3 PM WED     44 MPH
SLDURO - 4220 FT                         3 PM WED     44 MPH
TARGET R - 4311 FT                       2 PM WED     44 MPH
TARGET S - 4349 FT                       2 PM WED     44 MPH
EAGLE RANGE - 4239 FT                    5 PM WED     43 MPH
DURAND ROAD - 4538 FT                    2 PM WED     43 MPH
CLIFTON FLAT - 6384 FT                   7 PM WED     42 MPH
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                   4 PM WED     42 MPH
V-GRID - 4226 FT                         3 PM WED     42 MPH
ROMEO & CENTERLINE - 4308 FT             3 PM WED     42 MPH
SNOWVILLE (SOUTH) - 4812 FT              6 PM WED     41 MPH
DUGWAY - APG - 4291 FT                   3 PM WED     41 MPH
BAKER LAB - 4294 FT                      2 PM WED     41 MPH
WHITE SAGE - 4363 FT                     2 PM WED     40 MPH
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT                2 PM WED     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
MORGAN - 5059 FT                         5 PM WED     44 MPH
SR-248 - 6900 FT                         4 PM WED     41 MPH
I-80 AT COALVILLE - 5570 FT              5 PM WED     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
SR-65 AT BIG MOUNTAIN PASS - 7433 FT     4 PM WED     55 MPH
OGDEN PEAK - 9570 FT                     5 PM WED     50 MPH
SR-30 - 4990 FT                          7 PM WED     42 MPH
POWDER MOUNTAIN - 8897 FT                6 PM WED     41 MPH
WASATCH HILLS - 6939 FT                  5 PM WED     41 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
PARK CITY - JUPITER - 10024 FT           4 PM WED     60 MPH
CANYONS - LOOKOUT - 8297 FT              4 PM WED     57 MPH
DEER VLY - EMPIRE PK - 9570 FT           4 PM WED     53 MPH
PARLEYS CANYON AT QUARRY - 5100 FT       4 PM WED     52 MPH
PARK CITY - BONANZA TOP - 9200 FT        4 PM WED     46 MPH
PARK CITY - PAYDAY TOP - 8275 FT         4 PM WED     43 MPH

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
PORTABLE RWIS 4 - 9805 FT                2 PM WED     45 MPH

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
SEVIER RESERVOIR - 5369 FT              12 PM WED     42 MPH

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
TULE VALLEY - 5135 FT                    6 PM WED     42 MPH
U.S. 6 AT EUREKA - 6584 FT               7 PM WED     40 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
DOG VALLEY - 6180 FT                     3 PM WED     48 MPH

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
BRIAN HEAD 2S - 10472 FT                 7 PM WED     44 MPH

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         6 PM WED     45 MPH
CHURCH BUTTE - 6743 FT                   3 PM WED     41 MPH


$$



000
NOUS45 KSLC 230222
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
814 PM MDT WED JUL 22 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

BELOW ARE PRECIPITATION AND PEAK WIND REPORTS FROM STORM ACTIVITY
ACROSS THE STATE TODAY.

***** PRECIP REPORTS *****                 TIME      PRECIP

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BOUNTIFUL - 4760 FT                      7 PM WED     0.64
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                      7 PM WED     0.58
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                8 PM WED     0.39
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                8 PM WED     0.30
CENTERVILLE - 4445 FT                    5 PM WED     0.21
EAGLE LAKE - 4377 FT                     8 PM WED     0.17
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       8 PM WED     0.11
LAYTON - 4468 FT                         7 PM WED     0.11
CLINTON - 4337 FT                        7 PM WED     0.08
ROY - 4373 FT                            8 PM WED     0.06
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4590 FT                  8 PM WED     0.05

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
SALT LAKE CITY TRIAD CENTER              8 PM WED     0.26
MAGNA - 4400 FT                          8 PM WED     0.24
DRAPER - 5052 FT                         7 PM WED     0.20
UPPER AVENUES - 5000 FT                  4 PM WED     0.17
SALT LAKE CITY - 5305 FT                 8 PM WED     0.15
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4268 FT               7 PM WED     0.15
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT         8 PM WED     0.14
RIVERTON - 4429 FT                       8 PM WED     0.13
RIVERTON - 4480 FT                       8 PM WED     0.13
DRAPER - 4426 FT                         8 PM WED     0.13
DRAPER - 4418 FT                         8 PM WED     0.13
SANDY - 5161 FT                          8 PM WED     0.09
RIVERTON - 4377 FT                       8 PM WED     0.07
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         8 PM WED     0.06
WEST JORDAN - 4740 FT                    4 PM WED     0.05

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4655 FT               7 PM WED     0.26
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4787 FT               8 PM WED     0.21
OREM - 4728 FT                           8 PM WED     0.15
SPANISH FORK - 4734 FT                   8 PM WED     0.12
SARATOGA SPRINGS 1W - 7544 FT            8 PM WED     0.12
LEHI - 4593 FT                           8 PM WED     0.09
PAYSON - 4652 FT                         8 PM WED     0.05
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT          8 PM WED     0.05

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
UTAH TEST RANGE                          8 PM WED     0.19
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                8 PM WED     0.12
DURAND ROAD - 4538 FT                    8 PM WED     0.07
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              8 PM WED     0.05

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT        7 PM WED     0.17
MORGAN - 5059 FT                         8 PM WED     0.12
MORGAN UDOT - 5105 FT                    8 PM WED     0.10
COALVILLE - 5673 FT                      7 PM WED     0.10

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
LOST CREEK NR CROYDEN - 5840 FT          7 PM WED     0.26
GARDEN CITY - 7615 FT                    8 PM WED     0.09
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    7 PM WED     0.08
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       7 PM WED     0.07

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
FOUNTAIN GREEN 4ENE - 7166 FT            8 PM WED     0.09
ALTA - COLLINS - 9662 FT                 7 PM WED     0.07
ALTA - BASE - 8560 FT                    7 PM WED     0.05

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        7 PM WED     0.49
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           7 PM WED     0.46
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       7 PM WED     0.24
YELLOWSTONE RIVER NR ALTONAH - 7506 FT   7 PM WED     0.19
WEST FORK BLACKSMITHS FORK - 9620 FT     7 PM WED     0.11
YELLOWSTONE DRAINAGE - 7800 FT           7 PM WED     0.10
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      8 PM WED     0.06

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
SUNNYSIDE                                4 PM WED     0.95
HORSE RIDGE - 8480 FT                    7 PM WED     0.49
BRUIN POINT - 10200 FT                   7 PM WED     0.29
BAER #10 RED BULL - 8360 FT              7 PM WED     0.10

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT            7 PM WED     0.09

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
SAN RAFAEL NR GREEN RIVER - 4200 FT      7 PM WED     0.08

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
FISH SPRINGS - 4282 FT                   8 PM WED     0.08

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
FILLMORE PORT #1 - 6229 FT               7 PM WED     0.06

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT       7 PM WED     0.36
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    7 PM WED     0.15


***** WIND REPORTS *****                   TIME     WINDSPEED


...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
CENTERVILLE - 4220 FT                    4 PM WED     46 MPH
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    5 PM WED     41 MPH
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            4 PM WED     41 MPH
LEGACY PARKWAY - 4215 FT                 4 PM WED     41 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
SALT LAKE CITY - 5102 FT                 4 PM WED     46 MPH
I-15 AT 2400 S - 4219 FT                 4 PM WED     46 MPH
VERNON HILL - 5761 FT                    2 PM WED     45 MPH
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            4 PM WED     44 MPH
SALT LAKE MUNI 2 AIRPORT - 4603 FT       3 PM WED     44 MPH
I-15 AT I-215 - 4407 FT                  3 PM WED     44 MPH
STOCKTON BAR - 5161 FT                   3 PM WED     43 MPH
MOUTH PARLEYS - 4915 FT                  4 PM WED     42 MPH
MOUNTAIN VIEW AT JUNIPER - 4900 FT       3 PM WED     42 MPH
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         4 PM WED     40 MPH
MOUNTAIN VIEW AT DANNON WAY - 4910 FT    3 PM WED     40 MPH
TRANS-JORDAN LANDFILL - 5201 FT          3 PM WED     40 MPH

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
NEPHI MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5022 FT        1 PM WED     45 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
UPPER CEDAR MTN - 7052 FT                4 PM WED     62 MPH
SALT FLATS - 4265 FT                     3 PM WED     50 MPH
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT               3 PM WED     49 MPH
I-80 AT MP 29 - 4125 FT                  4 PM WED     48 MPH
SNOWVILLE - 4560 FT                      6 PM WED     47 MPH
I-84 AT WHITES VALLEY - 5125 FT          6 PM WED     47 MPH
TOWER GRID - 4346 FT                     2 PM WED     47 MPH
INTERSTATE 80 - 4125 FT                  4 PM WED     45 MPH
CAMEL BACK MTN - 5077 FT                 2 PM WED     45 MPH
I-80 AT GRASSEY - 4650 FT                4 PM WED     44 MPH
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                3 PM WED     44 MPH
SLDURO - 4220 FT                         3 PM WED     44 MPH
TARGET R - 4311 FT                       2 PM WED     44 MPH
TARGET S - 4349 FT                       2 PM WED     44 MPH
EAGLE RANGE - 4239 FT                    5 PM WED     43 MPH
DURAND ROAD - 4538 FT                    2 PM WED     43 MPH
CLIFTON FLAT - 6384 FT                   7 PM WED     42 MPH
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                   4 PM WED     42 MPH
V-GRID - 4226 FT                         3 PM WED     42 MPH
ROMEO & CENTERLINE - 4308 FT             3 PM WED     42 MPH
SNOWVILLE (SOUTH) - 4812 FT              6 PM WED     41 MPH
DUGWAY - APG - 4291 FT                   3 PM WED     41 MPH
BAKER LAB - 4294 FT                      2 PM WED     41 MPH
WHITE SAGE - 4363 FT                     2 PM WED     40 MPH
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT                2 PM WED     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
MORGAN - 5059 FT                         5 PM WED     44 MPH
SR-248 - 6900 FT                         4 PM WED     41 MPH
I-80 AT COALVILLE - 5570 FT              5 PM WED     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
SR-65 AT BIG MOUNTAIN PASS - 7433 FT     4 PM WED     55 MPH
OGDEN PEAK - 9570 FT                     5 PM WED     50 MPH
SR-30 - 4990 FT                          7 PM WED     42 MPH
POWDER MOUNTAIN - 8897 FT                6 PM WED     41 MPH
WASATCH HILLS - 6939 FT                  5 PM WED     41 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
PARK CITY - JUPITER - 10024 FT           4 PM WED     60 MPH
CANYONS - LOOKOUT - 8297 FT              4 PM WED     57 MPH
DEER VLY - EMPIRE PK - 9570 FT           4 PM WED     53 MPH
PARLEYS CANYON AT QUARRY - 5100 FT       4 PM WED     52 MPH
PARK CITY - BONANZA TOP - 9200 FT        4 PM WED     46 MPH
PARK CITY - PAYDAY TOP - 8275 FT         4 PM WED     43 MPH

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
PORTABLE RWIS 4 - 9805 FT                2 PM WED     45 MPH

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
SEVIER RESERVOIR - 5369 FT              12 PM WED     42 MPH

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
TULE VALLEY - 5135 FT                    6 PM WED     42 MPH
U.S. 6 AT EUREKA - 6584 FT               7 PM WED     40 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
DOG VALLEY - 6180 FT                     3 PM WED     48 MPH

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
BRIAN HEAD 2S - 10472 FT                 7 PM WED     44 MPH

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         6 PM WED     45 MPH
CHURCH BUTTE - 6743 FT                   3 PM WED     41 MPH


$$



000
NOUS45 KSLC 230222
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
814 PM MDT WED JUL 22 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

BELOW ARE PRECIPITATION AND PEAK WIND REPORTS FROM STORM ACTIVITY
ACROSS THE STATE TODAY.

***** PRECIP REPORTS *****                 TIME      PRECIP

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BOUNTIFUL - 4760 FT                      7 PM WED     0.64
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                      7 PM WED     0.58
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                8 PM WED     0.39
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                8 PM WED     0.30
CENTERVILLE - 4445 FT                    5 PM WED     0.21
EAGLE LAKE - 4377 FT                     8 PM WED     0.17
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       8 PM WED     0.11
LAYTON - 4468 FT                         7 PM WED     0.11
CLINTON - 4337 FT                        7 PM WED     0.08
ROY - 4373 FT                            8 PM WED     0.06
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4590 FT                  8 PM WED     0.05

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
SALT LAKE CITY TRIAD CENTER              8 PM WED     0.26
MAGNA - 4400 FT                          8 PM WED     0.24
DRAPER - 5052 FT                         7 PM WED     0.20
UPPER AVENUES - 5000 FT                  4 PM WED     0.17
SALT LAKE CITY - 5305 FT                 8 PM WED     0.15
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4268 FT               7 PM WED     0.15
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT         8 PM WED     0.14
RIVERTON - 4429 FT                       8 PM WED     0.13
RIVERTON - 4480 FT                       8 PM WED     0.13
DRAPER - 4426 FT                         8 PM WED     0.13
DRAPER - 4418 FT                         8 PM WED     0.13
SANDY - 5161 FT                          8 PM WED     0.09
RIVERTON - 4377 FT                       8 PM WED     0.07
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         8 PM WED     0.06
WEST JORDAN - 4740 FT                    4 PM WED     0.05

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4655 FT               7 PM WED     0.26
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4787 FT               8 PM WED     0.21
OREM - 4728 FT                           8 PM WED     0.15
SPANISH FORK - 4734 FT                   8 PM WED     0.12
SARATOGA SPRINGS 1W - 7544 FT            8 PM WED     0.12
LEHI - 4593 FT                           8 PM WED     0.09
PAYSON - 4652 FT                         8 PM WED     0.05
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT          8 PM WED     0.05

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
UTAH TEST RANGE                          8 PM WED     0.19
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                8 PM WED     0.12
DURAND ROAD - 4538 FT                    8 PM WED     0.07
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              8 PM WED     0.05

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT        7 PM WED     0.17
MORGAN - 5059 FT                         8 PM WED     0.12
MORGAN UDOT - 5105 FT                    8 PM WED     0.10
COALVILLE - 5673 FT                      7 PM WED     0.10

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
LOST CREEK NR CROYDEN - 5840 FT          7 PM WED     0.26
GARDEN CITY - 7615 FT                    8 PM WED     0.09
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    7 PM WED     0.08
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       7 PM WED     0.07

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
FOUNTAIN GREEN 4ENE - 7166 FT            8 PM WED     0.09
ALTA - COLLINS - 9662 FT                 7 PM WED     0.07
ALTA - BASE - 8560 FT                    7 PM WED     0.05

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        7 PM WED     0.49
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           7 PM WED     0.46
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       7 PM WED     0.24
YELLOWSTONE RIVER NR ALTONAH - 7506 FT   7 PM WED     0.19
WEST FORK BLACKSMITHS FORK - 9620 FT     7 PM WED     0.11
YELLOWSTONE DRAINAGE - 7800 FT           7 PM WED     0.10
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      8 PM WED     0.06

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
SUNNYSIDE                                4 PM WED     0.95
HORSE RIDGE - 8480 FT                    7 PM WED     0.49
BRUIN POINT - 10200 FT                   7 PM WED     0.29
BAER #10 RED BULL - 8360 FT              7 PM WED     0.10

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT            7 PM WED     0.09

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
SAN RAFAEL NR GREEN RIVER - 4200 FT      7 PM WED     0.08

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
FISH SPRINGS - 4282 FT                   8 PM WED     0.08

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
FILLMORE PORT #1 - 6229 FT               7 PM WED     0.06

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT       7 PM WED     0.36
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    7 PM WED     0.15


***** WIND REPORTS *****                   TIME     WINDSPEED


...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
CENTERVILLE - 4220 FT                    4 PM WED     46 MPH
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    5 PM WED     41 MPH
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            4 PM WED     41 MPH
LEGACY PARKWAY - 4215 FT                 4 PM WED     41 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
SALT LAKE CITY - 5102 FT                 4 PM WED     46 MPH
I-15 AT 2400 S - 4219 FT                 4 PM WED     46 MPH
VERNON HILL - 5761 FT                    2 PM WED     45 MPH
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            4 PM WED     44 MPH
SALT LAKE MUNI 2 AIRPORT - 4603 FT       3 PM WED     44 MPH
I-15 AT I-215 - 4407 FT                  3 PM WED     44 MPH
STOCKTON BAR - 5161 FT                   3 PM WED     43 MPH
MOUTH PARLEYS - 4915 FT                  4 PM WED     42 MPH
MOUNTAIN VIEW AT JUNIPER - 4900 FT       3 PM WED     42 MPH
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         4 PM WED     40 MPH
MOUNTAIN VIEW AT DANNON WAY - 4910 FT    3 PM WED     40 MPH
TRANS-JORDAN LANDFILL - 5201 FT          3 PM WED     40 MPH

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
NEPHI MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5022 FT        1 PM WED     45 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
UPPER CEDAR MTN - 7052 FT                4 PM WED     62 MPH
SALT FLATS - 4265 FT                     3 PM WED     50 MPH
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT               3 PM WED     49 MPH
I-80 AT MP 29 - 4125 FT                  4 PM WED     48 MPH
SNOWVILLE - 4560 FT                      6 PM WED     47 MPH
I-84 AT WHITES VALLEY - 5125 FT          6 PM WED     47 MPH
TOWER GRID - 4346 FT                     2 PM WED     47 MPH
INTERSTATE 80 - 4125 FT                  4 PM WED     45 MPH
CAMEL BACK MTN - 5077 FT                 2 PM WED     45 MPH
I-80 AT GRASSEY - 4650 FT                4 PM WED     44 MPH
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                3 PM WED     44 MPH
SLDURO - 4220 FT                         3 PM WED     44 MPH
TARGET R - 4311 FT                       2 PM WED     44 MPH
TARGET S - 4349 FT                       2 PM WED     44 MPH
EAGLE RANGE - 4239 FT                    5 PM WED     43 MPH
DURAND ROAD - 4538 FT                    2 PM WED     43 MPH
CLIFTON FLAT - 6384 FT                   7 PM WED     42 MPH
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                   4 PM WED     42 MPH
V-GRID - 4226 FT                         3 PM WED     42 MPH
ROMEO & CENTERLINE - 4308 FT             3 PM WED     42 MPH
SNOWVILLE (SOUTH) - 4812 FT              6 PM WED     41 MPH
DUGWAY - APG - 4291 FT                   3 PM WED     41 MPH
BAKER LAB - 4294 FT                      2 PM WED     41 MPH
WHITE SAGE - 4363 FT                     2 PM WED     40 MPH
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT                2 PM WED     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
MORGAN - 5059 FT                         5 PM WED     44 MPH
SR-248 - 6900 FT                         4 PM WED     41 MPH
I-80 AT COALVILLE - 5570 FT              5 PM WED     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
SR-65 AT BIG MOUNTAIN PASS - 7433 FT     4 PM WED     55 MPH
OGDEN PEAK - 9570 FT                     5 PM WED     50 MPH
SR-30 - 4990 FT                          7 PM WED     42 MPH
POWDER MOUNTAIN - 8897 FT                6 PM WED     41 MPH
WASATCH HILLS - 6939 FT                  5 PM WED     41 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
PARK CITY - JUPITER - 10024 FT           4 PM WED     60 MPH
CANYONS - LOOKOUT - 8297 FT              4 PM WED     57 MPH
DEER VLY - EMPIRE PK - 9570 FT           4 PM WED     53 MPH
PARLEYS CANYON AT QUARRY - 5100 FT       4 PM WED     52 MPH
PARK CITY - BONANZA TOP - 9200 FT        4 PM WED     46 MPH
PARK CITY - PAYDAY TOP - 8275 FT         4 PM WED     43 MPH

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
PORTABLE RWIS 4 - 9805 FT                2 PM WED     45 MPH

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
SEVIER RESERVOIR - 5369 FT              12 PM WED     42 MPH

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
TULE VALLEY - 5135 FT                    6 PM WED     42 MPH
U.S. 6 AT EUREKA - 6584 FT               7 PM WED     40 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
DOG VALLEY - 6180 FT                     3 PM WED     48 MPH

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
BRIAN HEAD 2S - 10472 FT                 7 PM WED     44 MPH

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         6 PM WED     45 MPH
CHURCH BUTTE - 6743 FT                   3 PM WED     41 MPH


$$



000
NOUS44 KMOB 222101
PNSMOB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MOBILE AL
400 PM CDT WED JUL 22 2015

...NOAA ALL HAZARDS WEATHER RADIO BROADCAST TRANSMITTING FROM
JACKSON ALABAMA HAS RETURNED TO SERVICE...

THE NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO TRANSMITTER LOCATED AT JACKSON
ALABAMA...STATION WWF-55 BROADCASTING ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.50
MEGAHERTZ...HAS RETURNED TO SERVICE.

$$


000
NOUS44 KMOB 222101
PNSMOB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MOBILE AL
400 PM CDT WED JUL 22 2015

...NOAA ALL HAZARDS WEATHER RADIO BROADCAST TRANSMITTING FROM
JACKSON ALABAMA HAS RETURNED TO SERVICE...

THE NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO TRANSMITTER LOCATED AT JACKSON
ALABAMA...STATION WWF-55 BROADCASTING ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.50
MEGAHERTZ...HAS RETURNED TO SERVICE.

$$



000
NOUS45 KFGZ 222026
PNSFGZ

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FLAGSTAFF AZ
126 PM MST WED JUL 22 2015

...NOAA WEATHER RADIO MAINTENANCE TODAY...

NOAA WEATHER RADIO MAINTENANCE WILL BE PERFORMED THIS AFTERNOON.
THIS MAINTENANCE WILL RESULT IN INTERMITTENT OUTAGES ON ALL NOAA
WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTERS IN NORTHERN ARIZONA. EXPECT INTERMITTENT
OUTAGES OR DEGRADED SERVICE THIS AFTERNOON THROUGH 4 PM MST.

$$



000
NOUS45 KFGZ 222026
PNSFGZ

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FLAGSTAFF AZ
126 PM MST WED JUL 22 2015

...NOAA WEATHER RADIO MAINTENANCE TODAY...

NOAA WEATHER RADIO MAINTENANCE WILL BE PERFORMED THIS AFTERNOON.
THIS MAINTENANCE WILL RESULT IN INTERMITTENT OUTAGES ON ALL NOAA
WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTERS IN NORTHERN ARIZONA. EXPECT INTERMITTENT
OUTAGES OR DEGRADED SERVICE THIS AFTERNOON THROUGH 4 PM MST.

$$


000
NOUS42 KJAX 221833
PNSJAX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSONVILLE FL
230 PM EDT WED JUL 22 2015

TO: EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT OFFICIALS, NEWS MEDIA, AND OTHER USERS.

EFFECTIVE WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2015 THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
IN TALLAHASSEE AND JACKSONVILLE WILL MODIFY THE EXISTING REPORTING
METHOD FOR RIVER FORECAST AND OBSERVATION POINTS WITHIN THE SUWANNEE
RIVER BASIN IN GEORGIA. THIS INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING RIVERS:

ALAPAHA RIVER
LITTLE RIVER
WITHLACOOCHEE RIVER
SUWANNEE RIVER
OKAPILCO CREEK

CURRENTLY, RIVER READINGS ARE REPORTED RELATIVE TO INDIVIDUAL GAGE
ZERO LEVELS AT EACH SPECIFIC POINT. FOLLOWING THE CHANGE, NWS
WEBPAGES WILL REFERENCE RIVER LEVELS RELATIVE TO HEIGHT ABOVE SEA
LEVEL IN THE NORTH AMERICAN VERTICAL DATUM (NAVD88). REPORTING RIVER
LEVELS IN HEIGHT ABOVE SEA LEVEL ALLOW USERS TO EASILY COMPARE
OBSERVED AND PREDICTED RIVER LEVELS TO ESTABLISHED FLOOD INUNDATION
MAPS. ADDITIONALLY, THESE CHANGES WILL IMPROVE CONSISTENCY WITH
OTHER RIVER FORECAST AND OBSERVATION POINTS WITHIN THE SUWANNEE
RIVER BASIN IN FLORIDA.

FLOOD STAGES WILL ALSO BE CONVERTED AT EACH FORECAST AND OBSERVATION
POINT TO HEIGHT ABOVE SEA LEVEL AND ROUNDED TO THE NEAREST WHOLE
NUMBER.

THESE UPDATES ARE A DIRECT RESULT OF CONTINUED COORDINATION AND
COMMUNICATION BETWEEN LOCAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT OFFICIALS ACROSS
SOUTH GEORGIA AND THE UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL SURVEY IN GEORGIA.

THE FOLLOWING RIVER FORECAST POINTS ARE INCLUDED IN THIS SERVICE CHANGE:

WITHLACOOCHEE RIVER AT SKIPPER BRIDGE ROAD NEAR VALDOSTA (VDSG1)
ALAPAHA RIVER AT STATENVILLE (STNG1)

THE FOLLOWING RIVER OBSERVATION POINTS ARE INCLUDED IN THIS SERVICE CHANGE:

ALAPAHA RIVER NEAR IRWINVILLE (IVLG1)
ALAPAHA RIVER NEAR ALAPAHA (ALAG1)
LITTLE RIVER NEAR TIFTON (TWCG1)
LITTLE RIVER NEAR ADEL (ADLG1)
LITTLE RIVER NEAR HAHIRA (HRAG1)
WITHLACOOCHEE RIVER AT US 41 (VDRG1)
WITHLACOOCHEE RIVER AT US 84 (QUTG1)
OKAPILCO CREEK NEAR QUITMAN (OKAG1)
SUWANNEE RIVER NEAR FARGO (FGOG1)

EXTENSIVE DOCUMENTATION ON THESE CHANGES CAN BE FOUND AT THE FOLLOWING WEBSITE:

HTTP://WWW.SRH.NOAA.GOV/TAE/HYDRO_UPDATES

THE DATA FOR THESE FORECAST AND OBSERVATION POINTS ARE PROVIDED
THROUGH OUR PARTNER, THE UNITED STATES GEOLOGIC SURVEY. WITHOUT
THESE CRITICAL DATA POINTS, FORECAST AND WARNINGS WITHIN THE
SUWANNEE RIVER BASIN WOULD NOT BE POSSIBLE. YOU CAN LEARN MORE ABOUT
STREAM GAGES IN GEORGIA BY VISITING:

HTTP://GA.WATER.USGS.GOV

TO GET THE LATEST INFORMATION ON THESE AND OTHER RIVER POINTS IN THE
TALLAHASSEE AND JACKSONVILLE AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY, PLEASE VISIT
OUR WEBSITES AT:

HTTP://WATER.WEATER.GOV/AHPS2/INDEX.PHP?WFO=TAE
HTTP://WATER.WEATER.GOV/AHPS2/INDEX.PHP?WFO=JAX

RIVER FORECAST AND WARNING SERVICES FOR THESE FORECAST POINTS ARE
SUPPORTED BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN TALLAHASSEE AND
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. YOU CAN LEARN MORE ABOUT THESE OFFICES BY
VISITING OUR WEBSITES AT:

HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/TALLAHASSEE
HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/JACKSONVILLE

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION REGARDING THIS CHANGE, PLEASE CONTACT:

JASON HESS                              SCOTT CORDERO
HYDROLOGY PROGRAM LEADER                METEOROLOGIST IN CHARGE
NWS JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA                NWS JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
13701 FANG DRIVE                        13701 FANG DRIVE
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 32218              JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 32218
904-741-4311                            904-741-4311



000
NOUS42 KJAX 221833
PNSJAX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSONVILLE FL
230 PM EDT WED JUL 22 2015

TO: EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT OFFICIALS, NEWS MEDIA, AND OTHER USERS.

EFFECTIVE WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2015 THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
IN TALLAHASSEE AND JACKSONVILLE WILL MODIFY THE EXISTING REPORTING
METHOD FOR RIVER FORECAST AND OBSERVATION POINTS WITHIN THE SUWANNEE
RIVER BASIN IN GEORGIA. THIS INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING RIVERS:

ALAPAHA RIVER
LITTLE RIVER
WITHLACOOCHEE RIVER
SUWANNEE RIVER
OKAPILCO CREEK

CURRENTLY, RIVER READINGS ARE REPORTED RELATIVE TO INDIVIDUAL GAGE
ZERO LEVELS AT EACH SPECIFIC POINT. FOLLOWING THE CHANGE, NWS
WEBPAGES WILL REFERENCE RIVER LEVELS RELATIVE TO HEIGHT ABOVE SEA
LEVEL IN THE NORTH AMERICAN VERTICAL DATUM (NAVD88). REPORTING RIVER
LEVELS IN HEIGHT ABOVE SEA LEVEL ALLOW USERS TO EASILY COMPARE
OBSERVED AND PREDICTED RIVER LEVELS TO ESTABLISHED FLOOD INUNDATION
MAPS. ADDITIONALLY, THESE CHANGES WILL IMPROVE CONSISTENCY WITH
OTHER RIVER FORECAST AND OBSERVATION POINTS WITHIN THE SUWANNEE
RIVER BASIN IN FLORIDA.

FLOOD STAGES WILL ALSO BE CONVERTED AT EACH FORECAST AND OBSERVATION
POINT TO HEIGHT ABOVE SEA LEVEL AND ROUNDED TO THE NEAREST WHOLE
NUMBER.

THESE UPDATES ARE A DIRECT RESULT OF CONTINUED COORDINATION AND
COMMUNICATION BETWEEN LOCAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT OFFICIALS ACROSS
SOUTH GEORGIA AND THE UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL SURVEY IN GEORGIA.

THE FOLLOWING RIVER FORECAST POINTS ARE INCLUDED IN THIS SERVICE CHANGE:

WITHLACOOCHEE RIVER AT SKIPPER BRIDGE ROAD NEAR VALDOSTA (VDSG1)
ALAPAHA RIVER AT STATENVILLE (STNG1)

THE FOLLOWING RIVER OBSERVATION POINTS ARE INCLUDED IN THIS SERVICE CHANGE:

ALAPAHA RIVER NEAR IRWINVILLE (IVLG1)
ALAPAHA RIVER NEAR ALAPAHA (ALAG1)
LITTLE RIVER NEAR TIFTON (TWCG1)
LITTLE RIVER NEAR ADEL (ADLG1)
LITTLE RIVER NEAR HAHIRA (HRAG1)
WITHLACOOCHEE RIVER AT US 41 (VDRG1)
WITHLACOOCHEE RIVER AT US 84 (QUTG1)
OKAPILCO CREEK NEAR QUITMAN (OKAG1)
SUWANNEE RIVER NEAR FARGO (FGOG1)

EXTENSIVE DOCUMENTATION ON THESE CHANGES CAN BE FOUND AT THE FOLLOWING WEBSITE:

HTTP://WWW.SRH.NOAA.GOV/TAE/HYDRO_UPDATES

THE DATA FOR THESE FORECAST AND OBSERVATION POINTS ARE PROVIDED
THROUGH OUR PARTNER, THE UNITED STATES GEOLOGIC SURVEY. WITHOUT
THESE CRITICAL DATA POINTS, FORECAST AND WARNINGS WITHIN THE
SUWANNEE RIVER BASIN WOULD NOT BE POSSIBLE. YOU CAN LEARN MORE ABOUT
STREAM GAGES IN GEORGIA BY VISITING:

HTTP://GA.WATER.USGS.GOV

TO GET THE LATEST INFORMATION ON THESE AND OTHER RIVER POINTS IN THE
TALLAHASSEE AND JACKSONVILLE AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY, PLEASE VISIT
OUR WEBSITES AT:

HTTP://WATER.WEATER.GOV/AHPS2/INDEX.PHP?WFO=TAE
HTTP://WATER.WEATER.GOV/AHPS2/INDEX.PHP?WFO=JAX

RIVER FORECAST AND WARNING SERVICES FOR THESE FORECAST POINTS ARE
SUPPORTED BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN TALLAHASSEE AND
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. YOU CAN LEARN MORE ABOUT THESE OFFICES BY
VISITING OUR WEBSITES AT:

HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/TALLAHASSEE
HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/JACKSONVILLE

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION REGARDING THIS CHANGE, PLEASE CONTACT:

JASON HESS                              SCOTT CORDERO
HYDROLOGY PROGRAM LEADER                METEOROLOGIST IN CHARGE
NWS JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA                NWS JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
13701 FANG DRIVE                        13701 FANG DRIVE
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 32218              JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 32218
904-741-4311                            904-741-4311



000
NOUS42 KJAX 221833
PNSJAX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSONVILLE FL
230 PM EDT WED JUL 22 2015

TO: EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT OFFICIALS, NEWS MEDIA, AND OTHER USERS.

EFFECTIVE WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2015 THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
IN TALLAHASSEE AND JACKSONVILLE WILL MODIFY THE EXISTING REPORTING
METHOD FOR RIVER FORECAST AND OBSERVATION POINTS WITHIN THE SUWANNEE
RIVER BASIN IN GEORGIA. THIS INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING RIVERS:

ALAPAHA RIVER
LITTLE RIVER
WITHLACOOCHEE RIVER
SUWANNEE RIVER
OKAPILCO CREEK

CURRENTLY, RIVER READINGS ARE REPORTED RELATIVE TO INDIVIDUAL GAGE
ZERO LEVELS AT EACH SPECIFIC POINT. FOLLOWING THE CHANGE, NWS
WEBPAGES WILL REFERENCE RIVER LEVELS RELATIVE TO HEIGHT ABOVE SEA
LEVEL IN THE NORTH AMERICAN VERTICAL DATUM (NAVD88). REPORTING RIVER
LEVELS IN HEIGHT ABOVE SEA LEVEL ALLOW USERS TO EASILY COMPARE
OBSERVED AND PREDICTED RIVER LEVELS TO ESTABLISHED FLOOD INUNDATION
MAPS. ADDITIONALLY, THESE CHANGES WILL IMPROVE CONSISTENCY WITH
OTHER RIVER FORECAST AND OBSERVATION POINTS WITHIN THE SUWANNEE
RIVER BASIN IN FLORIDA.

FLOOD STAGES WILL ALSO BE CONVERTED AT EACH FORECAST AND OBSERVATION
POINT TO HEIGHT ABOVE SEA LEVEL AND ROUNDED TO THE NEAREST WHOLE
NUMBER.

THESE UPDATES ARE A DIRECT RESULT OF CONTINUED COORDINATION AND
COMMUNICATION BETWEEN LOCAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT OFFICIALS ACROSS
SOUTH GEORGIA AND THE UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL SURVEY IN GEORGIA.

THE FOLLOWING RIVER FORECAST POINTS ARE INCLUDED IN THIS SERVICE CHANGE:

WITHLACOOCHEE RIVER AT SKIPPER BRIDGE ROAD NEAR VALDOSTA (VDSG1)
ALAPAHA RIVER AT STATENVILLE (STNG1)

THE FOLLOWING RIVER OBSERVATION POINTS ARE INCLUDED IN THIS SERVICE CHANGE:

ALAPAHA RIVER NEAR IRWINVILLE (IVLG1)
ALAPAHA RIVER NEAR ALAPAHA (ALAG1)
LITTLE RIVER NEAR TIFTON (TWCG1)
LITTLE RIVER NEAR ADEL (ADLG1)
LITTLE RIVER NEAR HAHIRA (HRAG1)
WITHLACOOCHEE RIVER AT US 41 (VDRG1)
WITHLACOOCHEE RIVER AT US 84 (QUTG1)
OKAPILCO CREEK NEAR QUITMAN (OKAG1)
SUWANNEE RIVER NEAR FARGO (FGOG1)

EXTENSIVE DOCUMENTATION ON THESE CHANGES CAN BE FOUND AT THE FOLLOWING WEBSITE:

HTTP://WWW.SRH.NOAA.GOV/TAE/HYDRO_UPDATES

THE DATA FOR THESE FORECAST AND OBSERVATION POINTS ARE PROVIDED
THROUGH OUR PARTNER, THE UNITED STATES GEOLOGIC SURVEY. WITHOUT
THESE CRITICAL DATA POINTS, FORECAST AND WARNINGS WITHIN THE
SUWANNEE RIVER BASIN WOULD NOT BE POSSIBLE. YOU CAN LEARN MORE ABOUT
STREAM GAGES IN GEORGIA BY VISITING:

HTTP://GA.WATER.USGS.GOV

TO GET THE LATEST INFORMATION ON THESE AND OTHER RIVER POINTS IN THE
TALLAHASSEE AND JACKSONVILLE AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY, PLEASE VISIT
OUR WEBSITES AT:

HTTP://WATER.WEATER.GOV/AHPS2/INDEX.PHP?WFO=TAE
HTTP://WATER.WEATER.GOV/AHPS2/INDEX.PHP?WFO=JAX

RIVER FORECAST AND WARNING SERVICES FOR THESE FORECAST POINTS ARE
SUPPORTED BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN TALLAHASSEE AND
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. YOU CAN LEARN MORE ABOUT THESE OFFICES BY
VISITING OUR WEBSITES AT:

HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/TALLAHASSEE
HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/JACKSONVILLE

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION REGARDING THIS CHANGE, PLEASE CONTACT:

JASON HESS                              SCOTT CORDERO
HYDROLOGY PROGRAM LEADER                METEOROLOGIST IN CHARGE
NWS JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA                NWS JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
13701 FANG DRIVE                        13701 FANG DRIVE
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 32218              JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 32218
904-741-4311                            904-741-4311



000
NOUS42 KJAX 221833
PNSJAX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSONVILLE FL
230 PM EDT WED JUL 22 2015

TO: EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT OFFICIALS, NEWS MEDIA, AND OTHER USERS.

EFFECTIVE WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2015 THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
IN TALLAHASSEE AND JACKSONVILLE WILL MODIFY THE EXISTING REPORTING
METHOD FOR RIVER FORECAST AND OBSERVATION POINTS WITHIN THE SUWANNEE
RIVER BASIN IN GEORGIA. THIS INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING RIVERS:

ALAPAHA RIVER
LITTLE RIVER
WITHLACOOCHEE RIVER
SUWANNEE RIVER
OKAPILCO CREEK

CURRENTLY, RIVER READINGS ARE REPORTED RELATIVE TO INDIVIDUAL GAGE
ZERO LEVELS AT EACH SPECIFIC POINT. FOLLOWING THE CHANGE, NWS
WEBPAGES WILL REFERENCE RIVER LEVELS RELATIVE TO HEIGHT ABOVE SEA
LEVEL IN THE NORTH AMERICAN VERTICAL DATUM (NAVD88). REPORTING RIVER
LEVELS IN HEIGHT ABOVE SEA LEVEL ALLOW USERS TO EASILY COMPARE
OBSERVED AND PREDICTED RIVER LEVELS TO ESTABLISHED FLOOD INUNDATION
MAPS. ADDITIONALLY, THESE CHANGES WILL IMPROVE CONSISTENCY WITH
OTHER RIVER FORECAST AND OBSERVATION POINTS WITHIN THE SUWANNEE
RIVER BASIN IN FLORIDA.

FLOOD STAGES WILL ALSO BE CONVERTED AT EACH FORECAST AND OBSERVATION
POINT TO HEIGHT ABOVE SEA LEVEL AND ROUNDED TO THE NEAREST WHOLE
NUMBER.

THESE UPDATES ARE A DIRECT RESULT OF CONTINUED COORDINATION AND
COMMUNICATION BETWEEN LOCAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT OFFICIALS ACROSS
SOUTH GEORGIA AND THE UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL SURVEY IN GEORGIA.

THE FOLLOWING RIVER FORECAST POINTS ARE INCLUDED IN THIS SERVICE CHANGE:

WITHLACOOCHEE RIVER AT SKIPPER BRIDGE ROAD NEAR VALDOSTA (VDSG1)
ALAPAHA RIVER AT STATENVILLE (STNG1)

THE FOLLOWING RIVER OBSERVATION POINTS ARE INCLUDED IN THIS SERVICE CHANGE:

ALAPAHA RIVER NEAR IRWINVILLE (IVLG1)
ALAPAHA RIVER NEAR ALAPAHA (ALAG1)
LITTLE RIVER NEAR TIFTON (TWCG1)
LITTLE RIVER NEAR ADEL (ADLG1)
LITTLE RIVER NEAR HAHIRA (HRAG1)
WITHLACOOCHEE RIVER AT US 41 (VDRG1)
WITHLACOOCHEE RIVER AT US 84 (QUTG1)
OKAPILCO CREEK NEAR QUITMAN (OKAG1)
SUWANNEE RIVER NEAR FARGO (FGOG1)

EXTENSIVE DOCUMENTATION ON THESE CHANGES CAN BE FOUND AT THE FOLLOWING WEBSITE:

HTTP://WWW.SRH.NOAA.GOV/TAE/HYDRO_UPDATES

THE DATA FOR THESE FORECAST AND OBSERVATION POINTS ARE PROVIDED
THROUGH OUR PARTNER, THE UNITED STATES GEOLOGIC SURVEY. WITHOUT
THESE CRITICAL DATA POINTS, FORECAST AND WARNINGS WITHIN THE
SUWANNEE RIVER BASIN WOULD NOT BE POSSIBLE. YOU CAN LEARN MORE ABOUT
STREAM GAGES IN GEORGIA BY VISITING:

HTTP://GA.WATER.USGS.GOV

TO GET THE LATEST INFORMATION ON THESE AND OTHER RIVER POINTS IN THE
TALLAHASSEE AND JACKSONVILLE AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY, PLEASE VISIT
OUR WEBSITES AT:

HTTP://WATER.WEATER.GOV/AHPS2/INDEX.PHP?WFO=TAE
HTTP://WATER.WEATER.GOV/AHPS2/INDEX.PHP?WFO=JAX

RIVER FORECAST AND WARNING SERVICES FOR THESE FORECAST POINTS ARE
SUPPORTED BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN TALLAHASSEE AND
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. YOU CAN LEARN MORE ABOUT THESE OFFICES BY
VISITING OUR WEBSITES AT:

HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/TALLAHASSEE
HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/JACKSONVILLE

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION REGARDING THIS CHANGE, PLEASE CONTACT:

JASON HESS                              SCOTT CORDERO
HYDROLOGY PROGRAM LEADER                METEOROLOGIST IN CHARGE
NWS JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA                NWS JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
13701 FANG DRIVE                        13701 FANG DRIVE
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 32218              JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 32218
904-741-4311                            904-741-4311



000
NOUS42 KJAX 221833
PNSJAX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSONVILLE FL
230 PM EDT WED JUL 22 2015

TO: EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT OFFICIALS, NEWS MEDIA, AND OTHER USERS.

EFFECTIVE WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2015 THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
IN TALLAHASSEE AND JACKSONVILLE WILL MODIFY THE EXISTING REPORTING
METHOD FOR RIVER FORECAST AND OBSERVATION POINTS WITHIN THE SUWANNEE
RIVER BASIN IN GEORGIA. THIS INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING RIVERS:

ALAPAHA RIVER
LITTLE RIVER
WITHLACOOCHEE RIVER
SUWANNEE RIVER
OKAPILCO CREEK

CURRENTLY, RIVER READINGS ARE REPORTED RELATIVE TO INDIVIDUAL GAGE
ZERO LEVELS AT EACH SPECIFIC POINT. FOLLOWING THE CHANGE, NWS
WEBPAGES WILL REFERENCE RIVER LEVELS RELATIVE TO HEIGHT ABOVE SEA
LEVEL IN THE NORTH AMERICAN VERTICAL DATUM (NAVD88). REPORTING RIVER
LEVELS IN HEIGHT ABOVE SEA LEVEL ALLOW USERS TO EASILY COMPARE
OBSERVED AND PREDICTED RIVER LEVELS TO ESTABLISHED FLOOD INUNDATION
MAPS. ADDITIONALLY, THESE CHANGES WILL IMPROVE CONSISTENCY WITH
OTHER RIVER FORECAST AND OBSERVATION POINTS WITHIN THE SUWANNEE
RIVER BASIN IN FLORIDA.

FLOOD STAGES WILL ALSO BE CONVERTED AT EACH FORECAST AND OBSERVATION
POINT TO HEIGHT ABOVE SEA LEVEL AND ROUNDED TO THE NEAREST WHOLE
NUMBER.

THESE UPDATES ARE A DIRECT RESULT OF CONTINUED COORDINATION AND
COMMUNICATION BETWEEN LOCAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT OFFICIALS ACROSS
SOUTH GEORGIA AND THE UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL SURVEY IN GEORGIA.

THE FOLLOWING RIVER FORECAST POINTS ARE INCLUDED IN THIS SERVICE CHANGE:

WITHLACOOCHEE RIVER AT SKIPPER BRIDGE ROAD NEAR VALDOSTA (VDSG1)
ALAPAHA RIVER AT STATENVILLE (STNG1)

THE FOLLOWING RIVER OBSERVATION POINTS ARE INCLUDED IN THIS SERVICE CHANGE:

ALAPAHA RIVER NEAR IRWINVILLE (IVLG1)
ALAPAHA RIVER NEAR ALAPAHA (ALAG1)
LITTLE RIVER NEAR TIFTON (TWCG1)
LITTLE RIVER NEAR ADEL (ADLG1)
LITTLE RIVER NEAR HAHIRA (HRAG1)
WITHLACOOCHEE RIVER AT US 41 (VDRG1)
WITHLACOOCHEE RIVER AT US 84 (QUTG1)
OKAPILCO CREEK NEAR QUITMAN (OKAG1)
SUWANNEE RIVER NEAR FARGO (FGOG1)

EXTENSIVE DOCUMENTATION ON THESE CHANGES CAN BE FOUND AT THE FOLLOWING WEBSITE:

HTTP://WWW.SRH.NOAA.GOV/TAE/HYDRO_UPDATES

THE DATA FOR THESE FORECAST AND OBSERVATION POINTS ARE PROVIDED
THROUGH OUR PARTNER, THE UNITED STATES GEOLOGIC SURVEY. WITHOUT
THESE CRITICAL DATA POINTS, FORECAST AND WARNINGS WITHIN THE
SUWANNEE RIVER BASIN WOULD NOT BE POSSIBLE. YOU CAN LEARN MORE ABOUT
STREAM GAGES IN GEORGIA BY VISITING:

HTTP://GA.WATER.USGS.GOV

TO GET THE LATEST INFORMATION ON THESE AND OTHER RIVER POINTS IN THE
TALLAHASSEE AND JACKSONVILLE AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY, PLEASE VISIT
OUR WEBSITES AT:

HTTP://WATER.WEATER.GOV/AHPS2/INDEX.PHP?WFO=TAE
HTTP://WATER.WEATER.GOV/AHPS2/INDEX.PHP?WFO=JAX

RIVER FORECAST AND WARNING SERVICES FOR THESE FORECAST POINTS ARE
SUPPORTED BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN TALLAHASSEE AND
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. YOU CAN LEARN MORE ABOUT THESE OFFICES BY
VISITING OUR WEBSITES AT:

HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/TALLAHASSEE
HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/JACKSONVILLE

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION REGARDING THIS CHANGE, PLEASE CONTACT:

JASON HESS                              SCOTT CORDERO
HYDROLOGY PROGRAM LEADER                METEOROLOGIST IN CHARGE
NWS JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA                NWS JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
13701 FANG DRIVE                        13701 FANG DRIVE
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 32218              JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 32218
904-741-4311                            904-741-4311



000
NOUS42 KJAX 221833
PNSJAX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSONVILLE FL
230 PM EDT WED JUL 22 2015

TO: EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT OFFICIALS, NEWS MEDIA, AND OTHER USERS.

EFFECTIVE WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2015 THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
IN TALLAHASSEE AND JACKSONVILLE WILL MODIFY THE EXISTING REPORTING
METHOD FOR RIVER FORECAST AND OBSERVATION POINTS WITHIN THE SUWANNEE
RIVER BASIN IN GEORGIA. THIS INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING RIVERS:

ALAPAHA RIVER
LITTLE RIVER
WITHLACOOCHEE RIVER
SUWANNEE RIVER
OKAPILCO CREEK

CURRENTLY, RIVER READINGS ARE REPORTED RELATIVE TO INDIVIDUAL GAGE
ZERO LEVELS AT EACH SPECIFIC POINT. FOLLOWING THE CHANGE, NWS
WEBPAGES WILL REFERENCE RIVER LEVELS RELATIVE TO HEIGHT ABOVE SEA
LEVEL IN THE NORTH AMERICAN VERTICAL DATUM (NAVD88). REPORTING RIVER
LEVELS IN HEIGHT ABOVE SEA LEVEL ALLOW USERS TO EASILY COMPARE
OBSERVED AND PREDICTED RIVER LEVELS TO ESTABLISHED FLOOD INUNDATION
MAPS. ADDITIONALLY, THESE CHANGES WILL IMPROVE CONSISTENCY WITH
OTHER RIVER FORECAST AND OBSERVATION POINTS WITHIN THE SUWANNEE
RIVER BASIN IN FLORIDA.

FLOOD STAGES WILL ALSO BE CONVERTED AT EACH FORECAST AND OBSERVATION
POINT TO HEIGHT ABOVE SEA LEVEL AND ROUNDED TO THE NEAREST WHOLE
NUMBER.

THESE UPDATES ARE A DIRECT RESULT OF CONTINUED COORDINATION AND
COMMUNICATION BETWEEN LOCAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT OFFICIALS ACROSS
SOUTH GEORGIA AND THE UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL SURVEY IN GEORGIA.

THE FOLLOWING RIVER FORECAST POINTS ARE INCLUDED IN THIS SERVICE CHANGE:

WITHLACOOCHEE RIVER AT SKIPPER BRIDGE ROAD NEAR VALDOSTA (VDSG1)
ALAPAHA RIVER AT STATENVILLE (STNG1)

THE FOLLOWING RIVER OBSERVATION POINTS ARE INCLUDED IN THIS SERVICE CHANGE:

ALAPAHA RIVER NEAR IRWINVILLE (IVLG1)
ALAPAHA RIVER NEAR ALAPAHA (ALAG1)
LITTLE RIVER NEAR TIFTON (TWCG1)
LITTLE RIVER NEAR ADEL (ADLG1)
LITTLE RIVER NEAR HAHIRA (HRAG1)
WITHLACOOCHEE RIVER AT US 41 (VDRG1)
WITHLACOOCHEE RIVER AT US 84 (QUTG1)
OKAPILCO CREEK NEAR QUITMAN (OKAG1)
SUWANNEE RIVER NEAR FARGO (FGOG1)

EXTENSIVE DOCUMENTATION ON THESE CHANGES CAN BE FOUND AT THE FOLLOWING WEBSITE:

HTTP://WWW.SRH.NOAA.GOV/TAE/HYDRO_UPDATES

THE DATA FOR THESE FORECAST AND OBSERVATION POINTS ARE PROVIDED
THROUGH OUR PARTNER, THE UNITED STATES GEOLOGIC SURVEY. WITHOUT
THESE CRITICAL DATA POINTS, FORECAST AND WARNINGS WITHIN THE
SUWANNEE RIVER BASIN WOULD NOT BE POSSIBLE. YOU CAN LEARN MORE ABOUT
STREAM GAGES IN GEORGIA BY VISITING:

HTTP://GA.WATER.USGS.GOV

TO GET THE LATEST INFORMATION ON THESE AND OTHER RIVER POINTS IN THE
TALLAHASSEE AND JACKSONVILLE AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY, PLEASE VISIT
OUR WEBSITES AT:

HTTP://WATER.WEATER.GOV/AHPS2/INDEX.PHP?WFO=TAE
HTTP://WATER.WEATER.GOV/AHPS2/INDEX.PHP?WFO=JAX

RIVER FORECAST AND WARNING SERVICES FOR THESE FORECAST POINTS ARE
SUPPORTED BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN TALLAHASSEE AND
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. YOU CAN LEARN MORE ABOUT THESE OFFICES BY
VISITING OUR WEBSITES AT:

HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/TALLAHASSEE
HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/JACKSONVILLE

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION REGARDING THIS CHANGE, PLEASE CONTACT:

JASON HESS                              SCOTT CORDERO
HYDROLOGY PROGRAM LEADER                METEOROLOGIST IN CHARGE
NWS JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA                NWS JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
13701 FANG DRIVE                        13701 FANG DRIVE
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 32218              JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 32218
904-741-4311                            904-741-4311


000
NOUS42 KTAE 221745
PNSTAE

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TALLAHASSEE FL
145 PM EDT WED JUL 22 2015

To: Emergency management officials, news media, and other users.

Effective Wednesday, October 14, 2015 the National Weather Service
in Tallahassee and Jacksonville will modify the existing reporting
method for river forecast and observation points within the Suwannee
River Basin in Georgia. This includes the following rivers:

Alapaha River
Little River
Withlacoochee River
Suwannee River
Okapilco Creek

Currently, river readings are reported relative to individual gage
zero levels at each specific point. Following the change, NWS
webpages will reference river levels relative to height above sea
level in the North American Vertical Datum (NAVD88). Reporting river
levels in height above sea level allow users to easily compare
observed and predicted river levels to established flood inundation
maps. Additionally, these changes will improve consistency with
other river forecast and observation points within the Suwannee
River Basin in Florida.

Flood stages will also be converted at each forecast and observation
point to height above sea level and rounded to the nearest whole
number.

These updates are a direct result of continued coordination and
communication between local emergency management officials across
South Georgia and the United States Geological Survey in Georgia.

The following river forecast points are included in this service change:

Withlacoochee River at Skipper Bridge Road near Valdosta (VDSG1)
Alapaha River at Statenville (STNG1)

The following river observation points are included in this service change:

Alapaha River near Irwinville (IVLG1)
Alapaha River near Alapaha (ALAG1)
Little River near Tifton (TWCG1)
Little River near Adel (ADLG1)
Little River near Hahira (HRAG1)
Withlacoochee River at US 41 (VDRG1)
Withlacoochee River at US 84 (QUTG1)
Okapilco Creek near Quitman (OKAG1)
Suwannee River near Fargo (FGOG1)

Extensive documentation on these changes can be found at the following website:

http://www.srh.noaa.gov/tae/hydro_updates

The data for these forecast and observation points are provided
through our partner, the United States Geologic Survey. Without
these critical data points, forecast and warnings within the
Suwannee River Basin would not be possible. You can learn more about
stream gages in Georgia by visiting:

http://ga.water.usgs.gov

To get the latest information on these and other river points in the
Tallahassee and Jacksonville areas of responsibility, please visit
our websites at:

http://water.weater.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=tae
http://water.weater.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=jax

River forecast and warning services for these forecast points are
supported by the National Weather Service in Tallahassee and
Jacksonville Florida. You can learn more about these offices by
visiting our websites at:

http://www.weather.gov/tallahassee
http://www.weather.gov/jacksonville

For further information regarding this change, please contact:

Kelly Godsey                            Jane Hollingsworth
Hydrology Program Leader                Meteorologist in Charge
NWS Tallahassee Florida                 NWS Tallahassee Florida
Love Building                           Love Building
Florida State University                Florida State University
Tallahassee Florida 32306               Tallahassee Florida 32306
850-942-8833                            850-942-8833


000
NOUS42 KTAE 221745
PNSTAE

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TALLAHASSEE FL
145 PM EDT WED JUL 22 2015

To: Emergency management officials, news media, and other users.

Effective Wednesday, October 14, 2015 the National Weather Service
in Tallahassee and Jacksonville will modify the existing reporting
method for river forecast and observation points within the Suwannee
River Basin in Georgia. This includes the following rivers:

Alapaha River
Little River
Withlacoochee River
Suwannee River
Okapilco Creek

Currently, river readings are reported relative to individual gage
zero levels at each specific point. Following the change, NWS
webpages will reference river levels relative to height above sea
level in the North American Vertical Datum (NAVD88). Reporting river
levels in height above sea level allow users to easily compare
observed and predicted river levels to established flood inundation
maps. Additionally, these changes will improve consistency with
other river forecast and observation points within the Suwannee
River Basin in Florida.

Flood stages will also be converted at each forecast and observation
point to height above sea level and rounded to the nearest whole
number.

These updates are a direct result of continued coordination and
communication between local emergency management officials across
South Georgia and the United States Geological Survey in Georgia.

The following river forecast points are included in this service change:

Withlacoochee River at Skipper Bridge Road near Valdosta (VDSG1)
Alapaha River at Statenville (STNG1)

The following river observation points are included in this service change:

Alapaha River near Irwinville (IVLG1)
Alapaha River near Alapaha (ALAG1)
Little River near Tifton (TWCG1)
Little River near Adel (ADLG1)
Little River near Hahira (HRAG1)
Withlacoochee River at US 41 (VDRG1)
Withlacoochee River at US 84 (QUTG1)
Okapilco Creek near Quitman (OKAG1)
Suwannee River near Fargo (FGOG1)

Extensive documentation on these changes can be found at the following website:

http://www.srh.noaa.gov/tae/hydro_updates

The data for these forecast and observation points are provided
through our partner, the United States Geologic Survey. Without
these critical data points, forecast and warnings within the
Suwannee River Basin would not be possible. You can learn more about
stream gages in Georgia by visiting:

http://ga.water.usgs.gov

To get the latest information on these and other river points in the
Tallahassee and Jacksonville areas of responsibility, please visit
our websites at:

http://water.weater.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=tae
http://water.weater.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=jax

River forecast and warning services for these forecast points are
supported by the National Weather Service in Tallahassee and
Jacksonville Florida. You can learn more about these offices by
visiting our websites at:

http://www.weather.gov/tallahassee
http://www.weather.gov/jacksonville

For further information regarding this change, please contact:

Kelly Godsey                            Jane Hollingsworth
Hydrology Program Leader                Meteorologist in Charge
NWS Tallahassee Florida                 NWS Tallahassee Florida
Love Building                           Love Building
Florida State University                Florida State University
Tallahassee Florida 32306               Tallahassee Florida 32306
850-942-8833                            850-942-8833


000
NOUS42 KTAE 221745
PNSTAE

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TALLAHASSEE FL
145 PM EDT WED JUL 22 2015

To: Emergency management officials, news media, and other users.

Effective Wednesday, October 14, 2015 the National Weather Service
in Tallahassee and Jacksonville will modify the existing reporting
method for river forecast and observation points within the Suwannee
River Basin in Georgia. This includes the following rivers:

Alapaha River
Little River
Withlacoochee River
Suwannee River
Okapilco Creek

Currently, river readings are reported relative to individual gage
zero levels at each specific point. Following the change, NWS
webpages will reference river levels relative to height above sea
level in the North American Vertical Datum (NAVD88). Reporting river
levels in height above sea level allow users to easily compare
observed and predicted river levels to established flood inundation
maps. Additionally, these changes will improve consistency with
other river forecast and observation points within the Suwannee
River Basin in Florida.

Flood stages will also be converted at each forecast and observation
point to height above sea level and rounded to the nearest whole
number.

These updates are a direct result of continued coordination and
communication between local emergency management officials across
South Georgia and the United States Geological Survey in Georgia.

The following river forecast points are included in this service change:

Withlacoochee River at Skipper Bridge Road near Valdosta (VDSG1)
Alapaha River at Statenville (STNG1)

The following river observation points are included in this service change:

Alapaha River near Irwinville (IVLG1)
Alapaha River near Alapaha (ALAG1)
Little River near Tifton (TWCG1)
Little River near Adel (ADLG1)
Little River near Hahira (HRAG1)
Withlacoochee River at US 41 (VDRG1)
Withlacoochee River at US 84 (QUTG1)
Okapilco Creek near Quitman (OKAG1)
Suwannee River near Fargo (FGOG1)

Extensive documentation on these changes can be found at the following website:

http://www.srh.noaa.gov/tae/hydro_updates

The data for these forecast and observation points are provided
through our partner, the United States Geologic Survey. Without
these critical data points, forecast and warnings within the
Suwannee River Basin would not be possible. You can learn more about
stream gages in Georgia by visiting:

http://ga.water.usgs.gov

To get the latest information on these and other river points in the
Tallahassee and Jacksonville areas of responsibility, please visit
our websites at:

http://water.weater.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=tae
http://water.weater.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=jax

River forecast and warning services for these forecast points are
supported by the National Weather Service in Tallahassee and
Jacksonville Florida. You can learn more about these offices by
visiting our websites at:

http://www.weather.gov/tallahassee
http://www.weather.gov/jacksonville

For further information regarding this change, please contact:

Kelly Godsey                            Jane Hollingsworth
Hydrology Program Leader                Meteorologist in Charge
NWS Tallahassee Florida                 NWS Tallahassee Florida
Love Building                           Love Building
Florida State University                Florida State University
Tallahassee Florida 32306               Tallahassee Florida 32306
850-942-8833                            850-942-8833


000
NOUS42 KTAE 221745
PNSTAE

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TALLAHASSEE FL
145 PM EDT WED JUL 22 2015

To: Emergency management officials, news media, and other users.

Effective Wednesday, October 14, 2015 the National Weather Service
in Tallahassee and Jacksonville will modify the existing reporting
method for river forecast and observation points within the Suwannee
River Basin in Georgia. This includes the following rivers:

Alapaha River
Little River
Withlacoochee River
Suwannee River
Okapilco Creek

Currently, river readings are reported relative to individual gage
zero levels at each specific point. Following the change, NWS
webpages will reference river levels relative to height above sea
level in the North American Vertical Datum (NAVD88). Reporting river
levels in height above sea level allow users to easily compare
observed and predicted river levels to established flood inundation
maps. Additionally, these changes will improve consistency with
other river forecast and observation points within the Suwannee
River Basin in Florida.

Flood stages will also be converted at each forecast and observation
point to height above sea level and rounded to the nearest whole
number.

These updates are a direct result of continued coordination and
communication between local emergency management officials across
South Georgia and the United States Geological Survey in Georgia.

The following river forecast points are included in this service change:

Withlacoochee River at Skipper Bridge Road near Valdosta (VDSG1)
Alapaha River at Statenville (STNG1)

The following river observation points are included in this service change:

Alapaha River near Irwinville (IVLG1)
Alapaha River near Alapaha (ALAG1)
Little River near Tifton (TWCG1)
Little River near Adel (ADLG1)
Little River near Hahira (HRAG1)
Withlacoochee River at US 41 (VDRG1)
Withlacoochee River at US 84 (QUTG1)
Okapilco Creek near Quitman (OKAG1)
Suwannee River near Fargo (FGOG1)

Extensive documentation on these changes can be found at the following website:

http://www.srh.noaa.gov/tae/hydro_updates

The data for these forecast and observation points are provided
through our partner, the United States Geologic Survey. Without
these critical data points, forecast and warnings within the
Suwannee River Basin would not be possible. You can learn more about
stream gages in Georgia by visiting:

http://ga.water.usgs.gov

To get the latest information on these and other river points in the
Tallahassee and Jacksonville areas of responsibility, please visit
our websites at:

http://water.weater.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=tae
http://water.weater.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=jax

River forecast and warning services for these forecast points are
supported by the National Weather Service in Tallahassee and
Jacksonville Florida. You can learn more about these offices by
visiting our websites at:

http://www.weather.gov/tallahassee
http://www.weather.gov/jacksonville

For further information regarding this change, please contact:

Kelly Godsey                            Jane Hollingsworth
Hydrology Program Leader                Meteorologist in Charge
NWS Tallahassee Florida                 NWS Tallahassee Florida
Love Building                           Love Building
Florida State University                Florida State University
Tallahassee Florida 32306               Tallahassee Florida 32306
850-942-8833                            850-942-8833


000
NOUS43 KGLD 221200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT WED JUL 22 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 2000, TENNIS BALL SIZED HAIL IN A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM DAMAGED
A ROOF ON A HOUSE AND AN AUTOMOBILE 9 MILES SOUTH OF SHARON SPRINGS
IN WALLACE COUNTY KANSAS.

$$



000
NOUS43 KGLD 221200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT WED JUL 22 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 2000, TENNIS BALL SIZED HAIL IN A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM DAMAGED
A ROOF ON A HOUSE AND AN AUTOMOBILE 9 MILES SOUTH OF SHARON SPRINGS
IN WALLACE COUNTY KANSAS.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 221200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT WED JUL 22 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 2000, TENNIS BALL SIZED HAIL IN A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM DAMAGED
A ROOF ON A HOUSE AND AN AUTOMOBILE 9 MILES SOUTH OF SHARON SPRINGS
IN WALLACE COUNTY KANSAS.

$$



000
NOUS43 KGLD 221200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT WED JUL 22 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 2000, TENNIS BALL SIZED HAIL IN A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM DAMAGED
A ROOF ON A HOUSE AND AN AUTOMOBILE 9 MILES SOUTH OF SHARON SPRINGS
IN WALLACE COUNTY KANSAS.

$$


000
NOUS41 KGYX 221005
PNSGYX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY ME
700 AM EDT WED JUL 22 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED THE WEEK OF JULY 20TH
THROUGH 24TH, HURRICANE AWARENESS WEEK IN NEW ENGLAND.  THIS IS
THE THIRD IN A SERIES OF FIVE PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENTS TO
BE ISSUED BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE IN GRAY,
CONTAINING INFORMATION ON HURRICANES AND HURRICANE SAFETY.


STORM SURGE, WAVES, AND MARINE SAFETY

THE STORM SURGE IS A LARGE DOME OF WATER THAT IS PUSHED TOWARD
THE SHORE BY THE FORCE OF THE WINDS CIRCULATING AROUND THE STORM.
THIS ADVANCING SURGE COMBINES WITH THE NORMAL TIDES TO CREATE THE
HURRICANE STORM TIDE, WHICH CAN INCREASE THE MEAN WATER LEVEL
15 FEET OR MORE.  THE GREATEST STORM SURGE GENERALLY OCCURS JUST
TO THE RIGHT OF THE STORM TRACK, WHERE THE STRONGEST WINDS OF THE
STORM ARE BLOWING ONSHORE, PERPENDICULAR TO THE COAST.  IN
ADDITION TO THE SURGE, WIND DRIVEN WAVES IN THAT AREA CAN ALSO
CAUSE CONSIDERABLE DAMAGE TO STRUCTURES.  THIS RISE IN WATER
LEVEL DUE TO THE SURGE CAN RESULT IN SEVERE FLOODING IN COASTAL
AREAS, PARTICULARLY WHEN THE STORM SURGE COINCIDES WITH THE
NORMAL HIGH TIDES. FOR AREAS OF THE COAST LESS THAN 10 FEET ABOVE
MEAN SEA LEVEL, THE DANGER FROM STORM SURGE CAN BE TREMENDOUS.

ALONG THE NEW HAMPSHIRE AND MAINE COAST, THE GREATEST THREAT OF
DAMAGE FROM STORM SURGE LIES IN THE BEACH AREAS SOUTH OF PORTLAND
AND IN THE PENOBSCOT BAY.

IN ADDITION TO THE SPEED AND INTENSITY OF THE HURRICANE, THE LEVEL
OF SURGE IN A PARTICULAR AREA IS ALSO DETERMINED BY THE SLOPE OF
THE UNDERWATER TOPOGRAPHY AND THE SHAPE OF THE COAST LINE.   A
SHALLOW SLOPE AND THE FUNNELING EFFECTS OF A BAY WILL CONTRIBUTE
TO A GREATER SURGE.  AREAS WITH A STEEPER CONTINENTAL SHELF WILL
NOT SEE AS MUCH SURGE, ALTHOUGH LARGE BREAKING WAVES CAN STILL
PRESENT MAJOR PROBLEMS.  STORM TIDES, WAVES, AND CURRENTS IN
CONFINED HARBORS CAN SEVERELY DAMAGE SHIPS, MARINAS, AND PLEASURE
BOATS.

IN NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND, THE GREATEST FACTOR IN DETERMINING THE
EFFECTS OF A STORM SURGE IS THE TIMING OF THE SURGE WITH RESPECT
TO THE ASTRONOMICAL TIDES.  IF THE STORM SURGE HITS AT THE TIME
OF LOW TIDE, LITTLE IF ANY COASTAL FLOODING WILL OCCUR.  IF,
HOWEVER, THE SURGE HITS AT HIGH TIDE, CONSIDERABLE COASTAL
FLOODING, BEACH EROSION, AND OTHER DAMAGE IS POSSIBLE.
UNFORTUNATELY, THE EXACT TIMING OF LANDFALL IN NORTHERN NEW
ENGLAND IS OFTEN DIFFICULT TO PREDICT VERY FAR IN ADVANCE, SO
PLANS SHOULD BE MADE BASED ON THE POSSIBILITY THE SURGE COULD
STRIKE AT HIGH TIDE.

WAVE AND CURRENT ACTION ASSOCIATED WITH THE TIDE ALSO CAUSES
EXTENSIVE DAMAGE.  WATER WEIGHS APPROXIMATELY 1700 POUNDS PER
CUBIC YARD, AND EXTENDED POUNDING BY FREQUENT WAVES CAN DEMOLISH
ANY STRUCTURE NOT SPECIFICALLY DESIGNED TO WITHSTAND SUCH FORCES.
WAVES GENERATED FROM DISTANT OR APPROACHING STORMS CAN ALSO
PRESENT A HAZARD TO THOSE WHO ARE NEAR THE OCEAN.  STRONG RIP
CURRENTS CAN CARRY EVEN STRONG SWIMMERS OUT TO SEA, AND UNEXPECTED
LARGE WAVES CAN WASH PEOPLE FROM ROCKS.

HURRICANES HAVE BEEN THE CAUSE OF MANY MARITIME DISASTERS AND,
UNFORTUNATELY, THERE IS NO SINGLE RULE OF THUMB THAT CAN BE USED
BY MARINERS TO ENSURE SAFE SEPARATION FROM A HURRICANE AT SEA.
IN ORDER TO MINIMIZE RISK, MARINERS SHOULD ALLOW FOR A LARGE
MARGIN OF ERROR IN THE HURRICANE TRACK AND INTENSITY FORECASTS.
TODAY, EVEN AS OUR UNDERSTANDING OF AND ABILITY TO FORECAST
HURRICANES INCREASES, THERE IS STILL CONSIDERABLE ERROR IN
FORECASTING THE MOVEMENT AND INTENSITY OF THESE SYSTEMS.

AVERAGE ERRORS IN THE HURRICANE TRACK FORECAST INCREASE
CONSIDERABLY AS THE FORECAST PROJECTION INCREASES.  THE
FOLLOWING LIST GIVES AVERAGE ERRORS OF HURRICANE FORECASTS FOR
THE 5-YEAR PERIOD FROM 2010 TO 2014.  NOTE THAT ERRORS FOR STORMS
IN NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND ARE LIKELY GREATER THAN THESE "AVERAGE"
VALUES DUE TO THE ACCELERATION THAT OFTEN OCCURS SOUTH OF NEW
ENGLAND AND DUE TO THE COMPARATIVELY FAST MOVEMENT OF THE STORMS
IN NEW ENGLAND WATERS.

       FORECAST PROJECTION       AVERAGE ERROR
            12 HOURS                28 N MI
            24 HOURS                45 N MI
            48 HOURS                77 N MI
            72 HOURS               113 N MI
            96 HOURS               157 N MI
           120 HOURS               210 N MI


FOR THOSE WITH BOATS, IT`S IMPORTANT TO PLAN AHEAD.  KNOW EXACTLY
WHAT YOU NEED TO DO AND HOW LONG IT WILL TAKE YOU TO ACCOMPLISH
THE NECESSARY TASKS.  KEEP IN MIND THAT OTHERS WILL ALSO BE TAKING
PREPARATORY ACTIONS TOO, SO LEAVE YOURSELF ADDITIONAL TIME.

IF YOU PLAN TO LEAVE YOUR BOAT IN THE WATER, CONSIDER THE POSSIBLE
EFFECTS OF THE STORM TIDE AND WAVES.  MAKE SURE YOUR ANCHOR IS
SUFFICIENT TO HOLD THE BOAT, AND HAVE ENOUGH ANCHOR LINE TO
ACCOUNT FOR THE STORM TIDE.  SECURE OR REMOVE ALL NON-PERMANENT
EQUIPMENT FROM THE DECK.  NEVER TRY TO RIDE OUT THE STORM ON YOUR
BOAT.  YOU WILL ENDANGER YOUR LIFE AND POSSIBLY THE LIVES OF
RESCUERS.

IF YOU ARE ABLE TO PUT YOUR BOAT ON A TRAILER, GET IT OUT OF THE
WATER EARLY.  IF YOU WAIT TOO LONG, YOU MAY BE IN A LONG LINE.
IF POSSIBLE, STORE YOUR BOAT INSIDE A GARAGE.  HOWEVER, IF YOU
LEAVE YOUR BOAT OUTSIDE, PUT IT IN A SHELTERED LOCATION, AND
SECURE IT TO STURDY OBJECTS SUCH AS LARGE TREES.


QUESTION OF THE DAY:  WHAT WAS THE GREATEST LOSS OF LIFE
ASSOCIATED WITH ANY STORM SURGE IN THE UNITED STATES?

WHILE NOT ALL THE DETAILS ARE KNOWN, THE CATEGORY 4, GALVESTON,
TEXAS HURRICANE OF SEPTEMBER 8, 1900, CAUSED THE GREATEST LOSS
OF LIFE FROM A STORM SURGE.  NOT ONLY WAS IT THE GREATEST LOSS
OF LIFE FROM A STORM SURGE, IT WAS ALSO THE GREATEST LOSS OF LIFE
IN THE UNITED STATES ASSOCIATED WITH ANY WEATHER-RELATED
DISASTER.  THE HURRICANE CREATED AN 8 TO 15 FOOT SURGE THAT
INUNDATED ALL OF GALVESTON ISLAND, AS WELL AS OTHER PORTIONS OF
THE NEARBY TEXAS COAST. THIS SURGE WAS LARGELY RESPONSIBLE FOR
THE ESTIMATED 6,000 TO 12,000 DEATHS ATTRIBUTED TO THE STORM. THE
DAMAGE TO PROPERTY WAS ESTIMATED AT $30 MILLION.

FORTUNATELY, SATELLITES, COMPUTERS, ADVANCED SENSING AND
PREDICTION TECHNIQUES, AND BETTER COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS ALLOW
METEOROLOGISTS TO BETTER PREDICT AND WARN THE PUBLIC OF IMPENDING
HURRICANES.

OTHER NOTABLE SURGES OCCURRED WITH HURRICANE ANDREW (17 FEET),
HURRICANE HUGO (20 FT), AND HURRICANE CAMILLE (24.6 FEET).  THE
1938 HURRICANE THAT AFFECTED NEW ENGLAND CAUSED A 10 TO 12 FT SURGE
IN NARRAGANSETT AND BUZZARDS BAYS.


FACT FOR THE DAY:  THE LOCATION WITH THE GREATEST POTENTIAL FOR
STORM SURGE ALONG THE NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND COAST IS THE PENOBSCOT
RIVER NEAR BANGOR, MAINE.  COMPUTER MODEL ESTIMATES INDICATE
THAT THE FUNNELING EFFECT OF THE PENOBSCOT BAY AND RIVER COULD
LEAD TO A 23 FOOT TIDE FOR A CATEGORY 3 HURRICANE MOVING NORTH
AT 40 MPH.


HERE`S A LIST OF THE OTHER TOPICS COVERED IN STATEMENTS ISSUED
THIS WEEK:

MONDAY - TROPICAL CYCLONES, TROPICAL STORMS, AND
         HURRICANES--THE BASICS
TUESDAY - HURRICANE WINDS AND TORNADOES
THURSDAY - INLAND FLOODING


FRIDAY - THE FORECAST PROCESS--STATEMENTS, WATCHES, AND WARNINGS

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT HURRICANES AND HURRICANE
SAFETY, VISIT THE NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER`S WEB SITE AT:

HTTP://WWW.NHC.NOAA.GOV/

$$

JENSENIUS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
GRAY...MAINE
NNNN


000
NOUS41 KGYX 221005
PNSGYX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY ME
700 AM EDT WED JUL 22 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED THE WEEK OF JULY 20TH
THROUGH 24TH, HURRICANE AWARENESS WEEK IN NEW ENGLAND.  THIS IS
THE THIRD IN A SERIES OF FIVE PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENTS TO
BE ISSUED BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE IN GRAY,
CONTAINING INFORMATION ON HURRICANES AND HURRICANE SAFETY.


STORM SURGE, WAVES, AND MARINE SAFETY

THE STORM SURGE IS A LARGE DOME OF WATER THAT IS PUSHED TOWARD
THE SHORE BY THE FORCE OF THE WINDS CIRCULATING AROUND THE STORM.
THIS ADVANCING SURGE COMBINES WITH THE NORMAL TIDES TO CREATE THE
HURRICANE STORM TIDE, WHICH CAN INCREASE THE MEAN WATER LEVEL
15 FEET OR MORE.  THE GREATEST STORM SURGE GENERALLY OCCURS JUST
TO THE RIGHT OF THE STORM TRACK, WHERE THE STRONGEST WINDS OF THE
STORM ARE BLOWING ONSHORE, PERPENDICULAR TO THE COAST.  IN
ADDITION TO THE SURGE, WIND DRIVEN WAVES IN THAT AREA CAN ALSO
CAUSE CONSIDERABLE DAMAGE TO STRUCTURES.  THIS RISE IN WATER
LEVEL DUE TO THE SURGE CAN RESULT IN SEVERE FLOODING IN COASTAL
AREAS, PARTICULARLY WHEN THE STORM SURGE COINCIDES WITH THE
NORMAL HIGH TIDES. FOR AREAS OF THE COAST LESS THAN 10 FEET ABOVE
MEAN SEA LEVEL, THE DANGER FROM STORM SURGE CAN BE TREMENDOUS.

ALONG THE NEW HAMPSHIRE AND MAINE COAST, THE GREATEST THREAT OF
DAMAGE FROM STORM SURGE LIES IN THE BEACH AREAS SOUTH OF PORTLAND
AND IN THE PENOBSCOT BAY.

IN ADDITION TO THE SPEED AND INTENSITY OF THE HURRICANE, THE LEVEL
OF SURGE IN A PARTICULAR AREA IS ALSO DETERMINED BY THE SLOPE OF
THE UNDERWATER TOPOGRAPHY AND THE SHAPE OF THE COAST LINE.   A
SHALLOW SLOPE AND THE FUNNELING EFFECTS OF A BAY WILL CONTRIBUTE
TO A GREATER SURGE.  AREAS WITH A STEEPER CONTINENTAL SHELF WILL
NOT SEE AS MUCH SURGE, ALTHOUGH LARGE BREAKING WAVES CAN STILL
PRESENT MAJOR PROBLEMS.  STORM TIDES, WAVES, AND CURRENTS IN
CONFINED HARBORS CAN SEVERELY DAMAGE SHIPS, MARINAS, AND PLEASURE
BOATS.

IN NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND, THE GREATEST FACTOR IN DETERMINING THE
EFFECTS OF A STORM SURGE IS THE TIMING OF THE SURGE WITH RESPECT
TO THE ASTRONOMICAL TIDES.  IF THE STORM SURGE HITS AT THE TIME
OF LOW TIDE, LITTLE IF ANY COASTAL FLOODING WILL OCCUR.  IF,
HOWEVER, THE SURGE HITS AT HIGH TIDE, CONSIDERABLE COASTAL
FLOODING, BEACH EROSION, AND OTHER DAMAGE IS POSSIBLE.
UNFORTUNATELY, THE EXACT TIMING OF LANDFALL IN NORTHERN NEW
ENGLAND IS OFTEN DIFFICULT TO PREDICT VERY FAR IN ADVANCE, SO
PLANS SHOULD BE MADE BASED ON THE POSSIBILITY THE SURGE COULD
STRIKE AT HIGH TIDE.

WAVE AND CURRENT ACTION ASSOCIATED WITH THE TIDE ALSO CAUSES
EXTENSIVE DAMAGE.  WATER WEIGHS APPROXIMATELY 1700 POUNDS PER
CUBIC YARD, AND EXTENDED POUNDING BY FREQUENT WAVES CAN DEMOLISH
ANY STRUCTURE NOT SPECIFICALLY DESIGNED TO WITHSTAND SUCH FORCES.
WAVES GENERATED FROM DISTANT OR APPROACHING STORMS CAN ALSO
PRESENT A HAZARD TO THOSE WHO ARE NEAR THE OCEAN.  STRONG RIP
CURRENTS CAN CARRY EVEN STRONG SWIMMERS OUT TO SEA, AND UNEXPECTED
LARGE WAVES CAN WASH PEOPLE FROM ROCKS.

HURRICANES HAVE BEEN THE CAUSE OF MANY MARITIME DISASTERS AND,
UNFORTUNATELY, THERE IS NO SINGLE RULE OF THUMB THAT CAN BE USED
BY MARINERS TO ENSURE SAFE SEPARATION FROM A HURRICANE AT SEA.
IN ORDER TO MINIMIZE RISK, MARINERS SHOULD ALLOW FOR A LARGE
MARGIN OF ERROR IN THE HURRICANE TRACK AND INTENSITY FORECASTS.
TODAY, EVEN AS OUR UNDERSTANDING OF AND ABILITY TO FORECAST
HURRICANES INCREASES, THERE IS STILL CONSIDERABLE ERROR IN
FORECASTING THE MOVEMENT AND INTENSITY OF THESE SYSTEMS.

AVERAGE ERRORS IN THE HURRICANE TRACK FORECAST INCREASE
CONSIDERABLY AS THE FORECAST PROJECTION INCREASES.  THE
FOLLOWING LIST GIVES AVERAGE ERRORS OF HURRICANE FORECASTS FOR
THE 5-YEAR PERIOD FROM 2010 TO 2014.  NOTE THAT ERRORS FOR STORMS
IN NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND ARE LIKELY GREATER THAN THESE "AVERAGE"
VALUES DUE TO THE ACCELERATION THAT OFTEN OCCURS SOUTH OF NEW
ENGLAND AND DUE TO THE COMPARATIVELY FAST MOVEMENT OF THE STORMS
IN NEW ENGLAND WATERS.

       FORECAST PROJECTION       AVERAGE ERROR
            12 HOURS                28 N MI
            24 HOURS                45 N MI
            48 HOURS                77 N MI
            72 HOURS               113 N MI
            96 HOURS               157 N MI
           120 HOURS               210 N MI


FOR THOSE WITH BOATS, IT`S IMPORTANT TO PLAN AHEAD.  KNOW EXACTLY
WHAT YOU NEED TO DO AND HOW LONG IT WILL TAKE YOU TO ACCOMPLISH
THE NECESSARY TASKS.  KEEP IN MIND THAT OTHERS WILL ALSO BE TAKING
PREPARATORY ACTIONS TOO, SO LEAVE YOURSELF ADDITIONAL TIME.

IF YOU PLAN TO LEAVE YOUR BOAT IN THE WATER, CONSIDER THE POSSIBLE
EFFECTS OF THE STORM TIDE AND WAVES.  MAKE SURE YOUR ANCHOR IS
SUFFICIENT TO HOLD THE BOAT, AND HAVE ENOUGH ANCHOR LINE TO
ACCOUNT FOR THE STORM TIDE.  SECURE OR REMOVE ALL NON-PERMANENT
EQUIPMENT FROM THE DECK.  NEVER TRY TO RIDE OUT THE STORM ON YOUR
BOAT.  YOU WILL ENDANGER YOUR LIFE AND POSSIBLY THE LIVES OF
RESCUERS.

IF YOU ARE ABLE TO PUT YOUR BOAT ON A TRAILER, GET IT OUT OF THE
WATER EARLY.  IF YOU WAIT TOO LONG, YOU MAY BE IN A LONG LINE.
IF POSSIBLE, STORE YOUR BOAT INSIDE A GARAGE.  HOWEVER, IF YOU
LEAVE YOUR BOAT OUTSIDE, PUT IT IN A SHELTERED LOCATION, AND
SECURE IT TO STURDY OBJECTS SUCH AS LARGE TREES.


QUESTION OF THE DAY:  WHAT WAS THE GREATEST LOSS OF LIFE
ASSOCIATED WITH ANY STORM SURGE IN THE UNITED STATES?

WHILE NOT ALL THE DETAILS ARE KNOWN, THE CATEGORY 4, GALVESTON,
TEXAS HURRICANE OF SEPTEMBER 8, 1900, CAUSED THE GREATEST LOSS
OF LIFE FROM A STORM SURGE.  NOT ONLY WAS IT THE GREATEST LOSS
OF LIFE FROM A STORM SURGE, IT WAS ALSO THE GREATEST LOSS OF LIFE
IN THE UNITED STATES ASSOCIATED WITH ANY WEATHER-RELATED
DISASTER.  THE HURRICANE CREATED AN 8 TO 15 FOOT SURGE THAT
INUNDATED ALL OF GALVESTON ISLAND, AS WELL AS OTHER PORTIONS OF
THE NEARBY TEXAS COAST. THIS SURGE WAS LARGELY RESPONSIBLE FOR
THE ESTIMATED 6,000 TO 12,000 DEATHS ATTRIBUTED TO THE STORM. THE
DAMAGE TO PROPERTY WAS ESTIMATED AT $30 MILLION.

FORTUNATELY, SATELLITES, COMPUTERS, ADVANCED SENSING AND
PREDICTION TECHNIQUES, AND BETTER COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS ALLOW
METEOROLOGISTS TO BETTER PREDICT AND WARN THE PUBLIC OF IMPENDING
HURRICANES.

OTHER NOTABLE SURGES OCCURRED WITH HURRICANE ANDREW (17 FEET),
HURRICANE HUGO (20 FT), AND HURRICANE CAMILLE (24.6 FEET).  THE
1938 HURRICANE THAT AFFECTED NEW ENGLAND CAUSED A 10 TO 12 FT SURGE
IN NARRAGANSETT AND BUZZARDS BAYS.


FACT FOR THE DAY:  THE LOCATION WITH THE GREATEST POTENTIAL FOR
STORM SURGE ALONG THE NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND COAST IS THE PENOBSCOT
RIVER NEAR BANGOR, MAINE.  COMPUTER MODEL ESTIMATES INDICATE
THAT THE FUNNELING EFFECT OF THE PENOBSCOT BAY AND RIVER COULD
LEAD TO A 23 FOOT TIDE FOR A CATEGORY 3 HURRICANE MOVING NORTH
AT 40 MPH.


HERE`S A LIST OF THE OTHER TOPICS COVERED IN STATEMENTS ISSUED
THIS WEEK:

MONDAY - TROPICAL CYCLONES, TROPICAL STORMS, AND
         HURRICANES--THE BASICS
TUESDAY - HURRICANE WINDS AND TORNADOES
THURSDAY - INLAND FLOODING


FRIDAY - THE FORECAST PROCESS--STATEMENTS, WATCHES, AND WARNINGS

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT HURRICANES AND HURRICANE
SAFETY, VISIT THE NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER`S WEB SITE AT:

HTTP://WWW.NHC.NOAA.GOV/

$$

JENSENIUS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
GRAY...MAINE
NNNN



000
NOUS41 KGYX 221005
PNSGYX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY ME
700 AM EDT WED JUL 22 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED THE WEEK OF JULY 20TH
THROUGH 24TH, HURRICANE AWARENESS WEEK IN NEW ENGLAND.  THIS IS
THE THIRD IN A SERIES OF FIVE PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENTS TO
BE ISSUED BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE IN GRAY,
CONTAINING INFORMATION ON HURRICANES AND HURRICANE SAFETY.


STORM SURGE, WAVES, AND MARINE SAFETY

THE STORM SURGE IS A LARGE DOME OF WATER THAT IS PUSHED TOWARD
THE SHORE BY THE FORCE OF THE WINDS CIRCULATING AROUND THE STORM.
THIS ADVANCING SURGE COMBINES WITH THE NORMAL TIDES TO CREATE THE
HURRICANE STORM TIDE, WHICH CAN INCREASE THE MEAN WATER LEVEL
15 FEET OR MORE.  THE GREATEST STORM SURGE GENERALLY OCCURS JUST
TO THE RIGHT OF THE STORM TRACK, WHERE THE STRONGEST WINDS OF THE
STORM ARE BLOWING ONSHORE, PERPENDICULAR TO THE COAST.  IN
ADDITION TO THE SURGE, WIND DRIVEN WAVES IN THAT AREA CAN ALSO
CAUSE CONSIDERABLE DAMAGE TO STRUCTURES.  THIS RISE IN WATER
LEVEL DUE TO THE SURGE CAN RESULT IN SEVERE FLOODING IN COASTAL
AREAS, PARTICULARLY WHEN THE STORM SURGE COINCIDES WITH THE
NORMAL HIGH TIDES. FOR AREAS OF THE COAST LESS THAN 10 FEET ABOVE
MEAN SEA LEVEL, THE DANGER FROM STORM SURGE CAN BE TREMENDOUS.

ALONG THE NEW HAMPSHIRE AND MAINE COAST, THE GREATEST THREAT OF
DAMAGE FROM STORM SURGE LIES IN THE BEACH AREAS SOUTH OF PORTLAND
AND IN THE PENOBSCOT BAY.

IN ADDITION TO THE SPEED AND INTENSITY OF THE HURRICANE, THE LEVEL
OF SURGE IN A PARTICULAR AREA IS ALSO DETERMINED BY THE SLOPE OF
THE UNDERWATER TOPOGRAPHY AND THE SHAPE OF THE COAST LINE.   A
SHALLOW SLOPE AND THE FUNNELING EFFECTS OF A BAY WILL CONTRIBUTE
TO A GREATER SURGE.  AREAS WITH A STEEPER CONTINENTAL SHELF WILL
NOT SEE AS MUCH SURGE, ALTHOUGH LARGE BREAKING WAVES CAN STILL
PRESENT MAJOR PROBLEMS.  STORM TIDES, WAVES, AND CURRENTS IN
CONFINED HARBORS CAN SEVERELY DAMAGE SHIPS, MARINAS, AND PLEASURE
BOATS.

IN NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND, THE GREATEST FACTOR IN DETERMINING THE
EFFECTS OF A STORM SURGE IS THE TIMING OF THE SURGE WITH RESPECT
TO THE ASTRONOMICAL TIDES.  IF THE STORM SURGE HITS AT THE TIME
OF LOW TIDE, LITTLE IF ANY COASTAL FLOODING WILL OCCUR.  IF,
HOWEVER, THE SURGE HITS AT HIGH TIDE, CONSIDERABLE COASTAL
FLOODING, BEACH EROSION, AND OTHER DAMAGE IS POSSIBLE.
UNFORTUNATELY, THE EXACT TIMING OF LANDFALL IN NORTHERN NEW
ENGLAND IS OFTEN DIFFICULT TO PREDICT VERY FAR IN ADVANCE, SO
PLANS SHOULD BE MADE BASED ON THE POSSIBILITY THE SURGE COULD
STRIKE AT HIGH TIDE.

WAVE AND CURRENT ACTION ASSOCIATED WITH THE TIDE ALSO CAUSES
EXTENSIVE DAMAGE.  WATER WEIGHS APPROXIMATELY 1700 POUNDS PER
CUBIC YARD, AND EXTENDED POUNDING BY FREQUENT WAVES CAN DEMOLISH
ANY STRUCTURE NOT SPECIFICALLY DESIGNED TO WITHSTAND SUCH FORCES.
WAVES GENERATED FROM DISTANT OR APPROACHING STORMS CAN ALSO
PRESENT A HAZARD TO THOSE WHO ARE NEAR THE OCEAN.  STRONG RIP
CURRENTS CAN CARRY EVEN STRONG SWIMMERS OUT TO SEA, AND UNEXPECTED
LARGE WAVES CAN WASH PEOPLE FROM ROCKS.

HURRICANES HAVE BEEN THE CAUSE OF MANY MARITIME DISASTERS AND,
UNFORTUNATELY, THERE IS NO SINGLE RULE OF THUMB THAT CAN BE USED
BY MARINERS TO ENSURE SAFE SEPARATION FROM A HURRICANE AT SEA.
IN ORDER TO MINIMIZE RISK, MARINERS SHOULD ALLOW FOR A LARGE
MARGIN OF ERROR IN THE HURRICANE TRACK AND INTENSITY FORECASTS.
TODAY, EVEN AS OUR UNDERSTANDING OF AND ABILITY TO FORECAST
HURRICANES INCREASES, THERE IS STILL CONSIDERABLE ERROR IN
FORECASTING THE MOVEMENT AND INTENSITY OF THESE SYSTEMS.

AVERAGE ERRORS IN THE HURRICANE TRACK FORECAST INCREASE
CONSIDERABLY AS THE FORECAST PROJECTION INCREASES.  THE
FOLLOWING LIST GIVES AVERAGE ERRORS OF HURRICANE FORECASTS FOR
THE 5-YEAR PERIOD FROM 2010 TO 2014.  NOTE THAT ERRORS FOR STORMS
IN NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND ARE LIKELY GREATER THAN THESE "AVERAGE"
VALUES DUE TO THE ACCELERATION THAT OFTEN OCCURS SOUTH OF NEW
ENGLAND AND DUE TO THE COMPARATIVELY FAST MOVEMENT OF THE STORMS
IN NEW ENGLAND WATERS.

       FORECAST PROJECTION       AVERAGE ERROR
            12 HOURS                28 N MI
            24 HOURS                45 N MI
            48 HOURS                77 N MI
            72 HOURS               113 N MI
            96 HOURS               157 N MI
           120 HOURS               210 N MI


FOR THOSE WITH BOATS, IT`S IMPORTANT TO PLAN AHEAD.  KNOW EXACTLY
WHAT YOU NEED TO DO AND HOW LONG IT WILL TAKE YOU TO ACCOMPLISH
THE NECESSARY TASKS.  KEEP IN MIND THAT OTHERS WILL ALSO BE TAKING
PREPARATORY ACTIONS TOO, SO LEAVE YOURSELF ADDITIONAL TIME.

IF YOU PLAN TO LEAVE YOUR BOAT IN THE WATER, CONSIDER THE POSSIBLE
EFFECTS OF THE STORM TIDE AND WAVES.  MAKE SURE YOUR ANCHOR IS
SUFFICIENT TO HOLD THE BOAT, AND HAVE ENOUGH ANCHOR LINE TO
ACCOUNT FOR THE STORM TIDE.  SECURE OR REMOVE ALL NON-PERMANENT
EQUIPMENT FROM THE DECK.  NEVER TRY TO RIDE OUT THE STORM ON YOUR
BOAT.  YOU WILL ENDANGER YOUR LIFE AND POSSIBLY THE LIVES OF
RESCUERS.

IF YOU ARE ABLE TO PUT YOUR BOAT ON A TRAILER, GET IT OUT OF THE
WATER EARLY.  IF YOU WAIT TOO LONG, YOU MAY BE IN A LONG LINE.
IF POSSIBLE, STORE YOUR BOAT INSIDE A GARAGE.  HOWEVER, IF YOU
LEAVE YOUR BOAT OUTSIDE, PUT IT IN A SHELTERED LOCATION, AND
SECURE IT TO STURDY OBJECTS SUCH AS LARGE TREES.


QUESTION OF THE DAY:  WHAT WAS THE GREATEST LOSS OF LIFE
ASSOCIATED WITH ANY STORM SURGE IN THE UNITED STATES?

WHILE NOT ALL THE DETAILS ARE KNOWN, THE CATEGORY 4, GALVESTON,
TEXAS HURRICANE OF SEPTEMBER 8, 1900, CAUSED THE GREATEST LOSS
OF LIFE FROM A STORM SURGE.  NOT ONLY WAS IT THE GREATEST LOSS
OF LIFE FROM A STORM SURGE, IT WAS ALSO THE GREATEST LOSS OF LIFE
IN THE UNITED STATES ASSOCIATED WITH ANY WEATHER-RELATED
DISASTER.  THE HURRICANE CREATED AN 8 TO 15 FOOT SURGE THAT
INUNDATED ALL OF GALVESTON ISLAND, AS WELL AS OTHER PORTIONS OF
THE NEARBY TEXAS COAST. THIS SURGE WAS LARGELY RESPONSIBLE FOR
THE ESTIMATED 6,000 TO 12,000 DEATHS ATTRIBUTED TO THE STORM. THE
DAMAGE TO PROPERTY WAS ESTIMATED AT $30 MILLION.

FORTUNATELY, SATELLITES, COMPUTERS, ADVANCED SENSING AND
PREDICTION TECHNIQUES, AND BETTER COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS ALLOW
METEOROLOGISTS TO BETTER PREDICT AND WARN THE PUBLIC OF IMPENDING
HURRICANES.

OTHER NOTABLE SURGES OCCURRED WITH HURRICANE ANDREW (17 FEET),
HURRICANE HUGO (20 FT), AND HURRICANE CAMILLE (24.6 FEET).  THE
1938 HURRICANE THAT AFFECTED NEW ENGLAND CAUSED A 10 TO 12 FT SURGE
IN NARRAGANSETT AND BUZZARDS BAYS.


FACT FOR THE DAY:  THE LOCATION WITH THE GREATEST POTENTIAL FOR
STORM SURGE ALONG THE NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND COAST IS THE PENOBSCOT
RIVER NEAR BANGOR, MAINE.  COMPUTER MODEL ESTIMATES INDICATE
THAT THE FUNNELING EFFECT OF THE PENOBSCOT BAY AND RIVER COULD
LEAD TO A 23 FOOT TIDE FOR A CATEGORY 3 HURRICANE MOVING NORTH
AT 40 MPH.


HERE`S A LIST OF THE OTHER TOPICS COVERED IN STATEMENTS ISSUED
THIS WEEK:

MONDAY - TROPICAL CYCLONES, TROPICAL STORMS, AND
         HURRICANES--THE BASICS
TUESDAY - HURRICANE WINDS AND TORNADOES
THURSDAY - INLAND FLOODING


FRIDAY - THE FORECAST PROCESS--STATEMENTS, WATCHES, AND WARNINGS

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT HURRICANES AND HURRICANE
SAFETY, VISIT THE NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER`S WEB SITE AT:

HTTP://WWW.NHC.NOAA.GOV/

$$

JENSENIUS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
GRAY...MAINE
NNNN


000
NOUS41 KGYX 221005
PNSGYX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY ME
700 AM EDT WED JUL 22 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED THE WEEK OF JULY 20TH
THROUGH 24TH, HURRICANE AWARENESS WEEK IN NEW ENGLAND.  THIS IS
THE THIRD IN A SERIES OF FIVE PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENTS TO
BE ISSUED BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE IN GRAY,
CONTAINING INFORMATION ON HURRICANES AND HURRICANE SAFETY.


STORM SURGE, WAVES, AND MARINE SAFETY

THE STORM SURGE IS A LARGE DOME OF WATER THAT IS PUSHED TOWARD
THE SHORE BY THE FORCE OF THE WINDS CIRCULATING AROUND THE STORM.
THIS ADVANCING SURGE COMBINES WITH THE NORMAL TIDES TO CREATE THE
HURRICANE STORM TIDE, WHICH CAN INCREASE THE MEAN WATER LEVEL
15 FEET OR MORE.  THE GREATEST STORM SURGE GENERALLY OCCURS JUST
TO THE RIGHT OF THE STORM TRACK, WHERE THE STRONGEST WINDS OF THE
STORM ARE BLOWING ONSHORE, PERPENDICULAR TO THE COAST.  IN
ADDITION TO THE SURGE, WIND DRIVEN WAVES IN THAT AREA CAN ALSO
CAUSE CONSIDERABLE DAMAGE TO STRUCTURES.  THIS RISE IN WATER
LEVEL DUE TO THE SURGE CAN RESULT IN SEVERE FLOODING IN COASTAL
AREAS, PARTICULARLY WHEN THE STORM SURGE COINCIDES WITH THE
NORMAL HIGH TIDES. FOR AREAS OF THE COAST LESS THAN 10 FEET ABOVE
MEAN SEA LEVEL, THE DANGER FROM STORM SURGE CAN BE TREMENDOUS.

ALONG THE NEW HAMPSHIRE AND MAINE COAST, THE GREATEST THREAT OF
DAMAGE FROM STORM SURGE LIES IN THE BEACH AREAS SOUTH OF PORTLAND
AND IN THE PENOBSCOT BAY.

IN ADDITION TO THE SPEED AND INTENSITY OF THE HURRICANE, THE LEVEL
OF SURGE IN A PARTICULAR AREA IS ALSO DETERMINED BY THE SLOPE OF
THE UNDERWATER TOPOGRAPHY AND THE SHAPE OF THE COAST LINE.   A
SHALLOW SLOPE AND THE FUNNELING EFFECTS OF A BAY WILL CONTRIBUTE
TO A GREATER SURGE.  AREAS WITH A STEEPER CONTINENTAL SHELF WILL
NOT SEE AS MUCH SURGE, ALTHOUGH LARGE BREAKING WAVES CAN STILL
PRESENT MAJOR PROBLEMS.  STORM TIDES, WAVES, AND CURRENTS IN
CONFINED HARBORS CAN SEVERELY DAMAGE SHIPS, MARINAS, AND PLEASURE
BOATS.

IN NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND, THE GREATEST FACTOR IN DETERMINING THE
EFFECTS OF A STORM SURGE IS THE TIMING OF THE SURGE WITH RESPECT
TO THE ASTRONOMICAL TIDES.  IF THE STORM SURGE HITS AT THE TIME
OF LOW TIDE, LITTLE IF ANY COASTAL FLOODING WILL OCCUR.  IF,
HOWEVER, THE SURGE HITS AT HIGH TIDE, CONSIDERABLE COASTAL
FLOODING, BEACH EROSION, AND OTHER DAMAGE IS POSSIBLE.
UNFORTUNATELY, THE EXACT TIMING OF LANDFALL IN NORTHERN NEW
ENGLAND IS OFTEN DIFFICULT TO PREDICT VERY FAR IN ADVANCE, SO
PLANS SHOULD BE MADE BASED ON THE POSSIBILITY THE SURGE COULD
STRIKE AT HIGH TIDE.

WAVE AND CURRENT ACTION ASSOCIATED WITH THE TIDE ALSO CAUSES
EXTENSIVE DAMAGE.  WATER WEIGHS APPROXIMATELY 1700 POUNDS PER
CUBIC YARD, AND EXTENDED POUNDING BY FREQUENT WAVES CAN DEMOLISH
ANY STRUCTURE NOT SPECIFICALLY DESIGNED TO WITHSTAND SUCH FORCES.
WAVES GENERATED FROM DISTANT OR APPROACHING STORMS CAN ALSO
PRESENT A HAZARD TO THOSE WHO ARE NEAR THE OCEAN.  STRONG RIP
CURRENTS CAN CARRY EVEN STRONG SWIMMERS OUT TO SEA, AND UNEXPECTED
LARGE WAVES CAN WASH PEOPLE FROM ROCKS.

HURRICANES HAVE BEEN THE CAUSE OF MANY MARITIME DISASTERS AND,
UNFORTUNATELY, THERE IS NO SINGLE RULE OF THUMB THAT CAN BE USED
BY MARINERS TO ENSURE SAFE SEPARATION FROM A HURRICANE AT SEA.
IN ORDER TO MINIMIZE RISK, MARINERS SHOULD ALLOW FOR A LARGE
MARGIN OF ERROR IN THE HURRICANE TRACK AND INTENSITY FORECASTS.
TODAY, EVEN AS OUR UNDERSTANDING OF AND ABILITY TO FORECAST
HURRICANES INCREASES, THERE IS STILL CONSIDERABLE ERROR IN
FORECASTING THE MOVEMENT AND INTENSITY OF THESE SYSTEMS.

AVERAGE ERRORS IN THE HURRICANE TRACK FORECAST INCREASE
CONSIDERABLY AS THE FORECAST PROJECTION INCREASES.  THE
FOLLOWING LIST GIVES AVERAGE ERRORS OF HURRICANE FORECASTS FOR
THE 5-YEAR PERIOD FROM 2010 TO 2014.  NOTE THAT ERRORS FOR STORMS
IN NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND ARE LIKELY GREATER THAN THESE "AVERAGE"
VALUES DUE TO THE ACCELERATION THAT OFTEN OCCURS SOUTH OF NEW
ENGLAND AND DUE TO THE COMPARATIVELY FAST MOVEMENT OF THE STORMS
IN NEW ENGLAND WATERS.

       FORECAST PROJECTION       AVERAGE ERROR
            12 HOURS                28 N MI
            24 HOURS                45 N MI
            48 HOURS                77 N MI
            72 HOURS               113 N MI
            96 HOURS               157 N MI
           120 HOURS               210 N MI


FOR THOSE WITH BOATS, IT`S IMPORTANT TO PLAN AHEAD.  KNOW EXACTLY
WHAT YOU NEED TO DO AND HOW LONG IT WILL TAKE YOU TO ACCOMPLISH
THE NECESSARY TASKS.  KEEP IN MIND THAT OTHERS WILL ALSO BE TAKING
PREPARATORY ACTIONS TOO, SO LEAVE YOURSELF ADDITIONAL TIME.

IF YOU PLAN TO LEAVE YOUR BOAT IN THE WATER, CONSIDER THE POSSIBLE
EFFECTS OF THE STORM TIDE AND WAVES.  MAKE SURE YOUR ANCHOR IS
SUFFICIENT TO HOLD THE BOAT, AND HAVE ENOUGH ANCHOR LINE TO
ACCOUNT FOR THE STORM TIDE.  SECURE OR REMOVE ALL NON-PERMANENT
EQUIPMENT FROM THE DECK.  NEVER TRY TO RIDE OUT THE STORM ON YOUR
BOAT.  YOU WILL ENDANGER YOUR LIFE AND POSSIBLY THE LIVES OF
RESCUERS.

IF YOU ARE ABLE TO PUT YOUR BOAT ON A TRAILER, GET IT OUT OF THE
WATER EARLY.  IF YOU WAIT TOO LONG, YOU MAY BE IN A LONG LINE.
IF POSSIBLE, STORE YOUR BOAT INSIDE A GARAGE.  HOWEVER, IF YOU
LEAVE YOUR BOAT OUTSIDE, PUT IT IN A SHELTERED LOCATION, AND
SECURE IT TO STURDY OBJECTS SUCH AS LARGE TREES.


QUESTION OF THE DAY:  WHAT WAS THE GREATEST LOSS OF LIFE
ASSOCIATED WITH ANY STORM SURGE IN THE UNITED STATES?

WHILE NOT ALL THE DETAILS ARE KNOWN, THE CATEGORY 4, GALVESTON,
TEXAS HURRICANE OF SEPTEMBER 8, 1900, CAUSED THE GREATEST LOSS
OF LIFE FROM A STORM SURGE.  NOT ONLY WAS IT THE GREATEST LOSS
OF LIFE FROM A STORM SURGE, IT WAS ALSO THE GREATEST LOSS OF LIFE
IN THE UNITED STATES ASSOCIATED WITH ANY WEATHER-RELATED
DISASTER.  THE HURRICANE CREATED AN 8 TO 15 FOOT SURGE THAT
INUNDATED ALL OF GALVESTON ISLAND, AS WELL AS OTHER PORTIONS OF
THE NEARBY TEXAS COAST. THIS SURGE WAS LARGELY RESPONSIBLE FOR
THE ESTIMATED 6,000 TO 12,000 DEATHS ATTRIBUTED TO THE STORM. THE
DAMAGE TO PROPERTY WAS ESTIMATED AT $30 MILLION.

FORTUNATELY, SATELLITES, COMPUTERS, ADVANCED SENSING AND
PREDICTION TECHNIQUES, AND BETTER COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS ALLOW
METEOROLOGISTS TO BETTER PREDICT AND WARN THE PUBLIC OF IMPENDING
HURRICANES.

OTHER NOTABLE SURGES OCCURRED WITH HURRICANE ANDREW (17 FEET),
HURRICANE HUGO (20 FT), AND HURRICANE CAMILLE (24.6 FEET).  THE
1938 HURRICANE THAT AFFECTED NEW ENGLAND CAUSED A 10 TO 12 FT SURGE
IN NARRAGANSETT AND BUZZARDS BAYS.


FACT FOR THE DAY:  THE LOCATION WITH THE GREATEST POTENTIAL FOR
STORM SURGE ALONG THE NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND COAST IS THE PENOBSCOT
RIVER NEAR BANGOR, MAINE.  COMPUTER MODEL ESTIMATES INDICATE
THAT THE FUNNELING EFFECT OF THE PENOBSCOT BAY AND RIVER COULD
LEAD TO A 23 FOOT TIDE FOR A CATEGORY 3 HURRICANE MOVING NORTH
AT 40 MPH.


HERE`S A LIST OF THE OTHER TOPICS COVERED IN STATEMENTS ISSUED
THIS WEEK:

MONDAY - TROPICAL CYCLONES, TROPICAL STORMS, AND
         HURRICANES--THE BASICS
TUESDAY - HURRICANE WINDS AND TORNADOES
THURSDAY - INLAND FLOODING


FRIDAY - THE FORECAST PROCESS--STATEMENTS, WATCHES, AND WARNINGS

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT HURRICANES AND HURRICANE
SAFETY, VISIT THE NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER`S WEB SITE AT:

HTTP://WWW.NHC.NOAA.GOV/

$$

JENSENIUS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
GRAY...MAINE
NNNN



000
NOUS44 KMOB 220244
PNSMOB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MOBILE AL
944 PM CDT TUE JUL 21 2015

...NOAA ALL HAZARDS WEATHER RADIO BROADCAST TRANSMITTING FROM
JACKSON ALABAMA IS DOWN DUE TO UNSCHEDULED MAINTENANCE...

THE NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO TRANSMITTER LOCATED AT JACKSON
ALABAMA...STATION WWF-55 BROADCASTING ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.50
MEGAHERTZ...IS DOWN FOR UNSCHEDULED MAINTENANCE. PERIOD FOR
RETURN TO SERVICE IS UNKNOWN AT THIS TIME.

$$


000
NOUS44 KMOB 220244
PNSMOB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MOBILE AL
944 PM CDT TUE JUL 21 2015

...NOAA ALL HAZARDS WEATHER RADIO BROADCAST TRANSMITTING FROM
JACKSON ALABAMA IS DOWN DUE TO UNSCHEDULED MAINTENANCE...

THE NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO TRANSMITTER LOCATED AT JACKSON
ALABAMA...STATION WWF-55 BROADCASTING ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.50
MEGAHERTZ...IS DOWN FOR UNSCHEDULED MAINTENANCE. PERIOD FOR
RETURN TO SERVICE IS UNKNOWN AT THIS TIME.

$$



000
NOUS44 KMOB 220244
PNSMOB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MOBILE AL
944 PM CDT TUE JUL 21 2015

...NOAA ALL HAZARDS WEATHER RADIO BROADCAST TRANSMITTING FROM
JACKSON ALABAMA IS DOWN DUE TO UNSCHEDULED MAINTENANCE...

THE NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO TRANSMITTER LOCATED AT JACKSON
ALABAMA...STATION WWF-55 BROADCASTING ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.50
MEGAHERTZ...IS DOWN FOR UNSCHEDULED MAINTENANCE. PERIOD FOR
RETURN TO SERVICE IS UNKNOWN AT THIS TIME.

$$


000
NOUS44 KMOB 220244
PNSMOB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MOBILE AL
944 PM CDT TUE JUL 21 2015

...NOAA ALL HAZARDS WEATHER RADIO BROADCAST TRANSMITTING FROM
JACKSON ALABAMA IS DOWN DUE TO UNSCHEDULED MAINTENANCE...

THE NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO TRANSMITTER LOCATED AT JACKSON
ALABAMA...STATION WWF-55 BROADCASTING ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.50
MEGAHERTZ...IS DOWN FOR UNSCHEDULED MAINTENANCE. PERIOD FOR
RETURN TO SERVICE IS UNKNOWN AT THIS TIME.

$$


000
NOUS44 KMOB 220244
PNSMOB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MOBILE AL
944 PM CDT TUE JUL 21 2015

...NOAA ALL HAZARDS WEATHER RADIO BROADCAST TRANSMITTING FROM
JACKSON ALABAMA IS DOWN DUE TO UNSCHEDULED MAINTENANCE...

THE NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO TRANSMITTER LOCATED AT JACKSON
ALABAMA...STATION WWF-55 BROADCASTING ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.50
MEGAHERTZ...IS DOWN FOR UNSCHEDULED MAINTENANCE. PERIOD FOR
RETURN TO SERVICE IS UNKNOWN AT THIS TIME.

$$


000
NOUS44 KMOB 220244
PNSMOB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MOBILE AL
944 PM CDT TUE JUL 21 2015

...NOAA ALL HAZARDS WEATHER RADIO BROADCAST TRANSMITTING FROM
JACKSON ALABAMA IS DOWN DUE TO UNSCHEDULED MAINTENANCE...

THE NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO TRANSMITTER LOCATED AT JACKSON
ALABAMA...STATION WWF-55 BROADCASTING ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.50
MEGAHERTZ...IS DOWN FOR UNSCHEDULED MAINTENANCE. PERIOD FOR
RETURN TO SERVICE IS UNKNOWN AT THIS TIME.

$$


000
NOUS46 KSEW 212045 AAA
PNSSEW

WASHINGTON PRECIPITATION SUMMARY...AMENDED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
145 PM PDT TUE JUL 21 2015

THE ENTIRE STATE OF WASHINGTON SAW BELOW NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR
THE MONTH OF JUNE...WITH ONLY THE NORTHEAST REGION OF THE STATE
SEEING ABOVE 50 PERCENT OF NORMAL FOR THE MONTH. FOR SOME
AREAS...JUNE 2015 WAS IN THE TOP 5 FOR DRIEST ON RECORD. AS FOR THE
WATER YEAR...MOST OF THE STATE WAS NEAR NORMAL WITH ONLY THE
SOUTHWEST INTERIOR AND NORTHEAST REGIONS IN THE BELOW NORMAL
CATEGORY.

IN WESTERN WASHINGTON...THE MONTHLY PERCENTAGE OF NORMAL FOR
PRECIPITATION RANGED FROM 11 PERCENT FOR THE COAST TO 32 PERCENT IN
THE SOUTHWEST INTERIOR. THE GREATEST AMOUNT OF PRECIPITATION AT THE
CLIMATE STATIONS FOR THE MOUNTAINS...COAST...AND INTERIOR LOWLANDS
WAS 1.46 INCHES AT QUILCENE IN THE OLYMPICS...0.46 AT
CLEARWATER...AND 1.24 INCHES AT MAYFIELD IN THE SOUTHWEST INTERIOR.

FOR EASTERN WASHINGTON...THE PERCENTAGE OF NORMAL FOR PRECIPITATION
RANGED FROM 5 PERCENT FOR THE CENTRAL BASIN TO 64 PERCENT IN THE
NORTHEAST REGION. THE GREATEST AMOUNT OF PRECIPITATION AT CLIMATE
STATIONS FOR THE MOUNTAINS AND LOWLANDS WAS 0.63 INCHES AT MAZAMA ON
THE EAST SLOPES OF THE CASCADES...AND 2.06 INCHES AT REPUBLIC IN THE
NORTHEAST REGION.

THE OUTLOOK FOR JULY AND BEYOND...FOR THE NEXT TWO WEEKS THE OUTLOOK
IS FOR ABOVE NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR WASHINGTON STATE. THE MONTHLY
OUTLOOK FOR JULY IS CALLING FOR BELOW NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR THE
STATE. THE THREE MONTH OUTLOOK FROM JULY TO SEPTEMBER IS CALLING FOR
EQUAL CHANCES OF ABOVE...BELOW...OR NEAR NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR
THE STATE.

THE TABLE BELOW GIVES PRECIPITATION FIGURES AS A PERCENT OF NORMAL
FOR REGIONS OF WASHINGTON.  THE CURRENT WATER YEAR BEGAN 1 OCTOBER
2014 AND ENDS 30 SEPTEMBER 2015.

                         JUNE      WATER YEAR     PAST 3       PAST 12
                         2015       TO DATE       MONTHS        MONTHS
WESTERN WASHINGTON
  COAST                    11           94           38            94
  OLYMPICS                 18           94           46            92
  NORTHWEST INTERIOR       31          104           41           105
  PUGET SOUND LOWLANDS     13           90           42            95
  SOUTHWEST INTERIOR       32           84           46            85
  WEST FOOTHILLS CASCA     20           91           46            94
  CASCADES WEST            21           94           46            95

EASTERN WASHINGTON
  EAST SLOPES CASCADES     28           93           43            96
  OKANOGAN                 21           92           55            96
  CENTRAL BASIN             5           92           75            95
  NORTHEAST                64           84           62            84
  PALOUSE AND BLUE MTN     36           94           56            89



THE TABLE BELOW EXPRESSES PRECIPITATION IN INCHES AND AS A PERCENT OF
NORMAL FOR A VARIETY OF LOCATIONS AROUND THE STATE.  OCCASIONALLY
MISSING DATA AT A SITE ARE ESTIMATED USING OBSERVED DATA FROM
SURROUNDING STATIONS.

                      JUNE            WATER YEAR       PAST 12 MONTHS
                INCHES    PCT       INCHES    PCT       INCHES    PCT

QUILLAYUTE        0.20      6        86.35     95        92.41     95
HOQUIAM           0.38     17        57.91     92        64.17     97
BELLINGHAM        0.50     27        32.55    105        38.08    111
SEATTLE           0.23     15        32.62     95        37.43    102
OLYMPIA           0.14      8        39.66     85        44.45     91
LONGVIEW          0.97     43        37.20     85        41.47     89

CONCRETE          0.55     19        61.41     96        69.45    102
SNOQUALMIE FALL   0.51     17        50.68     90        58.72     99
RANDLE*           0.61     20        47.65     91        53.71     99
DIABLO DAM        0.81     33        72.82    103        78.28    105
STAMPEDE PASS     0.60     17        61.90     84        71.20     91
PARADISE          0.84     20       107.25     98       116.87    103

WINTHROP          0.37     31        13.52    104        16.21    117
STEHEKIN          0.46     53        34.38    101        38.10    106
LEAVENWORTH       0.12     11        22.62     96        24.68     99
MOUNT ADAMS       0.24     19        37.98     87        40.37     89
WENATCHEE         0.04      6         6.91     84         8.28     96
YAKIMA            0.01      2         6.33     85         7.75     95

COULEE DAM        0.09      9         8.65     92        10.82    113
LIND              0.00      0         7.55     87         8.42     95
REPUBLIC          2.06    105        13.95    100        16.77    111
SPOKANE           0.07      6        11.56     79        12.58     87
PULLMAN           0.45     69        16.09    104        17.36     90
DAYTON            0.08      6        13.82     80        15.69     88

* = ESTIMATED

$$
GRUB


000
NOUS46 KSEW 212045 AAA
PNSSEW

WASHINGTON PRECIPITATION SUMMARY...AMENDED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
145 PM PDT TUE JUL 21 2015

THE ENTIRE STATE OF WASHINGTON SAW BELOW NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR
THE MONTH OF JUNE...WITH ONLY THE NORTHEAST REGION OF THE STATE
SEEING ABOVE 50 PERCENT OF NORMAL FOR THE MONTH. FOR SOME
AREAS...JUNE 2015 WAS IN THE TOP 5 FOR DRIEST ON RECORD. AS FOR THE
WATER YEAR...MOST OF THE STATE WAS NEAR NORMAL WITH ONLY THE
SOUTHWEST INTERIOR AND NORTHEAST REGIONS IN THE BELOW NORMAL
CATEGORY.

IN WESTERN WASHINGTON...THE MONTHLY PERCENTAGE OF NORMAL FOR
PRECIPITATION RANGED FROM 11 PERCENT FOR THE COAST TO 32 PERCENT IN
THE SOUTHWEST INTERIOR. THE GREATEST AMOUNT OF PRECIPITATION AT THE
CLIMATE STATIONS FOR THE MOUNTAINS...COAST...AND INTERIOR LOWLANDS
WAS 1.46 INCHES AT QUILCENE IN THE OLYMPICS...0.46 AT
CLEARWATER...AND 1.24 INCHES AT MAYFIELD IN THE SOUTHWEST INTERIOR.

FOR EASTERN WASHINGTON...THE PERCENTAGE OF NORMAL FOR PRECIPITATION
RANGED FROM 5 PERCENT FOR THE CENTRAL BASIN TO 64 PERCENT IN THE
NORTHEAST REGION. THE GREATEST AMOUNT OF PRECIPITATION AT CLIMATE
STATIONS FOR THE MOUNTAINS AND LOWLANDS WAS 0.63 INCHES AT MAZAMA ON
THE EAST SLOPES OF THE CASCADES...AND 2.06 INCHES AT REPUBLIC IN THE
NORTHEAST REGION.

THE OUTLOOK FOR JULY AND BEYOND...FOR THE NEXT TWO WEEKS THE OUTLOOK
IS FOR ABOVE NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR WASHINGTON STATE. THE MONTHLY
OUTLOOK FOR JULY IS CALLING FOR BELOW NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR THE
STATE. THE THREE MONTH OUTLOOK FROM JULY TO SEPTEMBER IS CALLING FOR
EQUAL CHANCES OF ABOVE...BELOW...OR NEAR NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR
THE STATE.

THE TABLE BELOW GIVES PRECIPITATION FIGURES AS A PERCENT OF NORMAL
FOR REGIONS OF WASHINGTON.  THE CURRENT WATER YEAR BEGAN 1 OCTOBER
2014 AND ENDS 30 SEPTEMBER 2015.

                         JUNE      WATER YEAR     PAST 3       PAST 12
                         2015       TO DATE       MONTHS        MONTHS
WESTERN WASHINGTON
  COAST                    11           94           38            94
  OLYMPICS                 18           94           46            92
  NORTHWEST INTERIOR       31          104           41           105
  PUGET SOUND LOWLANDS     13           90           42            95
  SOUTHWEST INTERIOR       32           84           46            85
  WEST FOOTHILLS CASCA     20           91           46            94
  CASCADES WEST            21           94           46            95

EASTERN WASHINGTON
  EAST SLOPES CASCADES     28           93           43            96
  OKANOGAN                 21           92           55            96
  CENTRAL BASIN             5           92           75            95
  NORTHEAST                64           84           62            84
  PALOUSE AND BLUE MTN     36           94           56            89



THE TABLE BELOW EXPRESSES PRECIPITATION IN INCHES AND AS A PERCENT OF
NORMAL FOR A VARIETY OF LOCATIONS AROUND THE STATE.  OCCASIONALLY
MISSING DATA AT A SITE ARE ESTIMATED USING OBSERVED DATA FROM
SURROUNDING STATIONS.

                      JUNE            WATER YEAR       PAST 12 MONTHS
                INCHES    PCT       INCHES    PCT       INCHES    PCT

QUILLAYUTE        0.20      6        86.35     95        92.41     95
HOQUIAM           0.38     17        57.91     92        64.17     97
BELLINGHAM        0.50     27        32.55    105        38.08    111
SEATTLE           0.23     15        32.62     95        37.43    102
OLYMPIA           0.14      8        39.66     85        44.45     91
LONGVIEW          0.97     43        37.20     85        41.47     89

CONCRETE          0.55     19        61.41     96        69.45    102
SNOQUALMIE FALL   0.51     17        50.68     90        58.72     99
RANDLE*           0.61     20        47.65     91        53.71     99
DIABLO DAM        0.81     33        72.82    103        78.28    105
STAMPEDE PASS     0.60     17        61.90     84        71.20     91
PARADISE          0.84     20       107.25     98       116.87    103

WINTHROP          0.37     31        13.52    104        16.21    117
STEHEKIN          0.46     53        34.38    101        38.10    106
LEAVENWORTH       0.12     11        22.62     96        24.68     99
MOUNT ADAMS       0.24     19        37.98     87        40.37     89
WENATCHEE         0.04      6         6.91     84         8.28     96
YAKIMA            0.01      2         6.33     85         7.75     95

COULEE DAM        0.09      9         8.65     92        10.82    113
LIND              0.00      0         7.55     87         8.42     95
REPUBLIC          2.06    105        13.95    100        16.77    111
SPOKANE           0.07      6        11.56     79        12.58     87
PULLMAN           0.45     69        16.09    104        17.36     90
DAYTON            0.08      6        13.82     80        15.69     88

* = ESTIMATED

$$
GRUB



000
NOUS46 KSEW 212045 AAA
PNSSEW

WASHINGTON PRECIPITATION SUMMARY...AMENDED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
145 PM PDT TUE JUL 21 2015

THE ENTIRE STATE OF WASHINGTON SAW BELOW NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR
THE MONTH OF JUNE...WITH ONLY THE NORTHEAST REGION OF THE STATE
SEEING ABOVE 50 PERCENT OF NORMAL FOR THE MONTH. FOR SOME
AREAS...JUNE 2015 WAS IN THE TOP 5 FOR DRIEST ON RECORD. AS FOR THE
WATER YEAR...MOST OF THE STATE WAS NEAR NORMAL WITH ONLY THE
SOUTHWEST INTERIOR AND NORTHEAST REGIONS IN THE BELOW NORMAL
CATEGORY.

IN WESTERN WASHINGTON...THE MONTHLY PERCENTAGE OF NORMAL FOR
PRECIPITATION RANGED FROM 11 PERCENT FOR THE COAST TO 32 PERCENT IN
THE SOUTHWEST INTERIOR. THE GREATEST AMOUNT OF PRECIPITATION AT THE
CLIMATE STATIONS FOR THE MOUNTAINS...COAST...AND INTERIOR LOWLANDS
WAS 1.46 INCHES AT QUILCENE IN THE OLYMPICS...0.46 AT
CLEARWATER...AND 1.24 INCHES AT MAYFIELD IN THE SOUTHWEST INTERIOR.

FOR EASTERN WASHINGTON...THE PERCENTAGE OF NORMAL FOR PRECIPITATION
RANGED FROM 5 PERCENT FOR THE CENTRAL BASIN TO 64 PERCENT IN THE
NORTHEAST REGION. THE GREATEST AMOUNT OF PRECIPITATION AT CLIMATE
STATIONS FOR THE MOUNTAINS AND LOWLANDS WAS 0.63 INCHES AT MAZAMA ON
THE EAST SLOPES OF THE CASCADES...AND 2.06 INCHES AT REPUBLIC IN THE
NORTHEAST REGION.

THE OUTLOOK FOR JULY AND BEYOND...FOR THE NEXT TWO WEEKS THE OUTLOOK
IS FOR ABOVE NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR WASHINGTON STATE. THE MONTHLY
OUTLOOK FOR JULY IS CALLING FOR BELOW NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR THE
STATE. THE THREE MONTH OUTLOOK FROM JULY TO SEPTEMBER IS CALLING FOR
EQUAL CHANCES OF ABOVE...BELOW...OR NEAR NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR
THE STATE.

THE TABLE BELOW GIVES PRECIPITATION FIGURES AS A PERCENT OF NORMAL
FOR REGIONS OF WASHINGTON.  THE CURRENT WATER YEAR BEGAN 1 OCTOBER
2014 AND ENDS 30 SEPTEMBER 2015.

                         JUNE      WATER YEAR     PAST 3       PAST 12
                         2015       TO DATE       MONTHS        MONTHS
WESTERN WASHINGTON
  COAST                    11           94           38            94
  OLYMPICS                 18           94           46            92
  NORTHWEST INTERIOR       31          104           41           105
  PUGET SOUND LOWLANDS     13           90           42            95
  SOUTHWEST INTERIOR       32           84           46            85
  WEST FOOTHILLS CASCA     20           91           46            94
  CASCADES WEST            21           94           46            95

EASTERN WASHINGTON
  EAST SLOPES CASCADES     28           93           43            96
  OKANOGAN                 21           92           55            96
  CENTRAL BASIN             5           92           75            95
  NORTHEAST                64           84           62            84
  PALOUSE AND BLUE MTN     36           94           56            89



THE TABLE BELOW EXPRESSES PRECIPITATION IN INCHES AND AS A PERCENT OF
NORMAL FOR A VARIETY OF LOCATIONS AROUND THE STATE.  OCCASIONALLY
MISSING DATA AT A SITE ARE ESTIMATED USING OBSERVED DATA FROM
SURROUNDING STATIONS.

                      JUNE            WATER YEAR       PAST 12 MONTHS
                INCHES    PCT       INCHES    PCT       INCHES    PCT

QUILLAYUTE        0.20      6        86.35     95        92.41     95
HOQUIAM           0.38     17        57.91     92        64.17     97
BELLINGHAM        0.50     27        32.55    105        38.08    111
SEATTLE           0.23     15        32.62     95        37.43    102
OLYMPIA           0.14      8        39.66     85        44.45     91
LONGVIEW          0.97     43        37.20     85        41.47     89

CONCRETE          0.55     19        61.41     96        69.45    102
SNOQUALMIE FALL   0.51     17        50.68     90        58.72     99
RANDLE*           0.61     20        47.65     91        53.71     99
DIABLO DAM        0.81     33        72.82    103        78.28    105
STAMPEDE PASS     0.60     17        61.90     84        71.20     91
PARADISE          0.84     20       107.25     98       116.87    103

WINTHROP          0.37     31        13.52    104        16.21    117
STEHEKIN          0.46     53        34.38    101        38.10    106
LEAVENWORTH       0.12     11        22.62     96        24.68     99
MOUNT ADAMS       0.24     19        37.98     87        40.37     89
WENATCHEE         0.04      6         6.91     84         8.28     96
YAKIMA            0.01      2         6.33     85         7.75     95

COULEE DAM        0.09      9         8.65     92        10.82    113
LIND              0.00      0         7.55     87         8.42     95
REPUBLIC          2.06    105        13.95    100        16.77    111
SPOKANE           0.07      6        11.56     79        12.58     87
PULLMAN           0.45     69        16.09    104        17.36     90
DAYTON            0.08      6        13.82     80        15.69     88

* = ESTIMATED

$$
GRUB



000
NOUS45 KGJT 211904
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
104 PM MDT TUE JUL 21 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION REPORTS FROM
WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH, ENDING TUESDAY MORNING AT THE
TIMES NOTED WITH EACH REPORT. AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.


**********************24 HOUR PRECIPITATION**********************

LOCATION              24 HOUR     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     PRECIPITATION           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

COLORADO

...ARCHULETA COUNTY...
   PAGOSA SPRINGS 1.6 S  0.01   735 AM  7/21  COCORAHS

...DELTA COUNTY...
   HOTCHKISS 7.1 WNW     0.23   701 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   PAONIA 2.1 SSE        0.19   752 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 5WNW        0.17   745 AM  7/21  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   HOTCHKISS 5.1 WNW     0.17   640 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 4.7 W       0.17   649 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   ECKERT 1.1 SW         0.15   713 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   DELTA 3.9 S           0.14   734 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   DELTA 1.6 ESE         0.11   701 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 1.8 NNE     0.10   805 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   PAONIA 1.3 NNW        0.10   803 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   CEDAREDGE 2.3 W       0.08   751 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   CEDAREDGE 1.0 NE      0.08   704 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   CRAWFORD 2.3 SW       0.07   717 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   PAONIA 1SW            0.07   800 AM  7/21  W CO COOP SITE

...DOLORES COUNTY...
   DOVE CREEK 12.4 SSW   0.03   754 AM  7/21  COCORAHS

...EAGLE COUNTY...
   WOLCOTT 2.3 N         0.58   645 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2N            0.58   730 AM  7/21  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   BASALT 5.8 E          0.24   827 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 5.7 E      0.22   703 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   AVON 1.1 SE           0.18   906 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   VAIL 2.6 E            0.15   710 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   VAIL 0.9 WNW          0.12   703 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   EDWARDS 1.3 WNW       0.10   714 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   GYPSUM 0.5 E          0.02   644 AM  7/21  COCORAHS

...GARFIELD COUNTY...
   CARBONDALE 0.3 WNW    0.11   902 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPRINGS 5.3  0.09   659 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 0.5 W      0.09   528 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 4.6 NNE    0.07   805 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPRINGS 1.4  0.05   734 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPRINGS .64  0.03   743 AM  7/21  COCORAHS

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   GOTHIC                0.59   800 AM  7/21  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N   0.59   656 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   CRESTED BUTTE         0.46   900 AM  7/21  W CO COOP SITE
   PARLIN 2.7 ESE        0.41   749 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   CIMARRON 11.2 S       0.40   658 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   POWDERHORN 4.4 NNE    0.38   909 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   DOYLEVILLE 2.1 W      0.28   719 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 0.8 N        0.18   906 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 6.6 N        0.15   707 AM  7/21  COCORAHS

...LA PLATA COUNTY...
   HESPERUS 7.8 SW       0.04   912 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   ROCKWOOD 6.9 NNW      0.03   810 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 6.9 S        0.01   611 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 13.3 SSW     0.01   745 AM  7/21  COCORAHS

...MESA COUNTY...
   FRUITA 4.5 NNE        0.13   744 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 8NNW   0.12   714 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 6ESE        0.09   900 AM  7/21  W CO COOP SITE
   COLORADO NM           0.08   900 AM  7/21  W CO COOP SITE
   GRAND JUNCTION 2.7 S  0.08   913 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 0.6 W  0.05   801 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   GLADE PARK 17W        0.03   900 AM  7/21  W CO COOP SITE
   GRAND JUNCTION 5.1 E  0.03   755 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 2.7 N  0.02   825 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   MACK 5 NW             0.02   801 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 5.6 W  0.01   703 AM  7/21  COCORAHS

...MOFFAT COUNTY...
   DINOSAUR 0.3 SW       0.08   750 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   DINOSAUR 1.5 ENE      0.07   810 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   MASSADONA             0.05  1000 AM  7/21  W CO COOP SITE
   CRAIG 4SW             0.01   800 AM  7/21  W CO COOP SITE
   HAMILTON 0.8 WNW      0.01   713 AM  7/21  COCORAHS

...MONTEZUMA COUNTY...
   CORTEZ 2.3 NW         0.08   842 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 7.8 WSW        0.08   732 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 2.0 NW         0.06   942 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 1.2 SW         0.06   851 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ                0.05   900 AM  7/21  W CO COOP SITE
   CORTEZ 7.7 W          0.05   929 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   DOLORES 4.8 ENE       0.03   935 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   MANCOS 3.5 ENE        0.03   816 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 1.0 ESE        0.02   813 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   MESA VERDE NP         0.02   726 AM  7/21  W CO COOP SITE

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   MONTROSE 2.0 E        0.58   803 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.0 SSE      0.55   510 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 7.3 ENE      0.51   751 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.3 ENE      0.49   715 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 10.1 S       0.49   636 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.9 ESE      0.47   742 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.6 E        0.39   706 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.9 ESE      0.31   653 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.2 WSW      0.17   835 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE #2           0.14   900 AM  7/21  W CO COOP SITE
   BLACK CANYON NP       0.12   900 AM  7/21  W CO COOP SITE
   MONTROSE 8.1 WNW      0.07   700 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   OLATHE 3.2 NNE        0.04   808 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 3.9 WNW      0.03   855 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 4.0 NW       0.03   656 AM  7/21  COCORAHS

...OURAY COUNTY...
   RIDGWAY 3.3 NNW       0.37   735 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   RIDGWAY               0.22   820 AM  7/21  W CO COOP SITE
   OURAY .23 NNW         0.09   658 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   OURAY                 0.09   746 AM  7/21  W CO COOP SITE

...ROUTT COUNTY...
   YAMPA                 0.04   800 AM  7/21  W CO COOP SITE
   YAMPA 5.1 S           0.04   730 AM  7/21  COCORAHS

UTAH

...GRAND COUNTY...
   ARCHES NP HQS         0.10   800 AM  7/21  E UT COOP SITE
   MOAB 1.3 NW           0.03   852 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   MOAB 3.7 ESE          0.02   742 AM  7/21  COCORAHS

...SAN JUAN COUNTY...
   HOVENWEEP NM          0.05   900 AM  7/21  E UT COOP SITE
   MONTICELLO #2         0.01   700 AM  7/21  E UT COOP SITE
   CANYONLANDS-NECK      0.01   900 AM  7/21  E UT COOP SITE

...UINTAH COUNTY...
   JENSEN 0.4 WSW        0.09   715 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   NAPLES 2.8 SSE        0.01   723 AM  7/21  COCORAHS

$$

MMS


000
NOUS45 KGJT 211904
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
104 PM MDT TUE JUL 21 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION REPORTS FROM
WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH, ENDING TUESDAY MORNING AT THE
TIMES NOTED WITH EACH REPORT. AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.


**********************24 HOUR PRECIPITATION**********************

LOCATION              24 HOUR     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     PRECIPITATION           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

COLORADO

...ARCHULETA COUNTY...
   PAGOSA SPRINGS 1.6 S  0.01   735 AM  7/21  COCORAHS

...DELTA COUNTY...
   HOTCHKISS 7.1 WNW     0.23   701 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   PAONIA 2.1 SSE        0.19   752 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 5WNW        0.17   745 AM  7/21  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   HOTCHKISS 5.1 WNW     0.17   640 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 4.7 W       0.17   649 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   ECKERT 1.1 SW         0.15   713 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   DELTA 3.9 S           0.14   734 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   DELTA 1.6 ESE         0.11   701 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 1.8 NNE     0.10   805 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   PAONIA 1.3 NNW        0.10   803 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   CEDAREDGE 2.3 W       0.08   751 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   CEDAREDGE 1.0 NE      0.08   704 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   CRAWFORD 2.3 SW       0.07   717 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   PAONIA 1SW            0.07   800 AM  7/21  W CO COOP SITE

...DOLORES COUNTY...
   DOVE CREEK 12.4 SSW   0.03   754 AM  7/21  COCORAHS

...EAGLE COUNTY...
   WOLCOTT 2.3 N         0.58   645 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2N            0.58   730 AM  7/21  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   BASALT 5.8 E          0.24   827 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 5.7 E      0.22   703 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   AVON 1.1 SE           0.18   906 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   VAIL 2.6 E            0.15   710 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   VAIL 0.9 WNW          0.12   703 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   EDWARDS 1.3 WNW       0.10   714 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   GYPSUM 0.5 E          0.02   644 AM  7/21  COCORAHS

...GARFIELD COUNTY...
   CARBONDALE 0.3 WNW    0.11   902 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPRINGS 5.3  0.09   659 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 0.5 W      0.09   528 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 4.6 NNE    0.07   805 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPRINGS 1.4  0.05   734 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPRINGS .64  0.03   743 AM  7/21  COCORAHS

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   GOTHIC                0.59   800 AM  7/21  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N   0.59   656 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   CRESTED BUTTE         0.46   900 AM  7/21  W CO COOP SITE
   PARLIN 2.7 ESE        0.41   749 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   CIMARRON 11.2 S       0.40   658 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   POWDERHORN 4.4 NNE    0.38   909 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   DOYLEVILLE 2.1 W      0.28   719 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 0.8 N        0.18   906 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 6.6 N        0.15   707 AM  7/21  COCORAHS

...LA PLATA COUNTY...
   HESPERUS 7.8 SW       0.04   912 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   ROCKWOOD 6.9 NNW      0.03   810 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 6.9 S        0.01   611 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 13.3 SSW     0.01   745 AM  7/21  COCORAHS

...MESA COUNTY...
   FRUITA 4.5 NNE        0.13   744 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 8NNW   0.12   714 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 6ESE        0.09   900 AM  7/21  W CO COOP SITE
   COLORADO NM           0.08   900 AM  7/21  W CO COOP SITE
   GRAND JUNCTION 2.7 S  0.08   913 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 0.6 W  0.05   801 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   GLADE PARK 17W        0.03   900 AM  7/21  W CO COOP SITE
   GRAND JUNCTION 5.1 E  0.03   755 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 2.7 N  0.02   825 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   MACK 5 NW             0.02   801 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 5.6 W  0.01   703 AM  7/21  COCORAHS

...MOFFAT COUNTY...
   DINOSAUR 0.3 SW       0.08   750 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   DINOSAUR 1.5 ENE      0.07   810 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   MASSADONA             0.05  1000 AM  7/21  W CO COOP SITE
   CRAIG 4SW             0.01   800 AM  7/21  W CO COOP SITE
   HAMILTON 0.8 WNW      0.01   713 AM  7/21  COCORAHS

...MONTEZUMA COUNTY...
   CORTEZ 2.3 NW         0.08   842 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 7.8 WSW        0.08   732 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 2.0 NW         0.06   942 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 1.2 SW         0.06   851 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ                0.05   900 AM  7/21  W CO COOP SITE
   CORTEZ 7.7 W          0.05   929 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   DOLORES 4.8 ENE       0.03   935 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   MANCOS 3.5 ENE        0.03   816 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 1.0 ESE        0.02   813 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   MESA VERDE NP         0.02   726 AM  7/21  W CO COOP SITE

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   MONTROSE 2.0 E        0.58   803 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.0 SSE      0.55   510 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 7.3 ENE      0.51   751 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.3 ENE      0.49   715 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 10.1 S       0.49   636 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.9 ESE      0.47   742 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.6 E        0.39   706 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.9 ESE      0.31   653 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.2 WSW      0.17   835 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE #2           0.14   900 AM  7/21  W CO COOP SITE
   BLACK CANYON NP       0.12   900 AM  7/21  W CO COOP SITE
   MONTROSE 8.1 WNW      0.07   700 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   OLATHE 3.2 NNE        0.04   808 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 3.9 WNW      0.03   855 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 4.0 NW       0.03   656 AM  7/21  COCORAHS

...OURAY COUNTY...
   RIDGWAY 3.3 NNW       0.37   735 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   RIDGWAY               0.22   820 AM  7/21  W CO COOP SITE
   OURAY .23 NNW         0.09   658 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   OURAY                 0.09   746 AM  7/21  W CO COOP SITE

...ROUTT COUNTY...
   YAMPA                 0.04   800 AM  7/21  W CO COOP SITE
   YAMPA 5.1 S           0.04   730 AM  7/21  COCORAHS

UTAH

...GRAND COUNTY...
   ARCHES NP HQS         0.10   800 AM  7/21  E UT COOP SITE
   MOAB 1.3 NW           0.03   852 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   MOAB 3.7 ESE          0.02   742 AM  7/21  COCORAHS

...SAN JUAN COUNTY...
   HOVENWEEP NM          0.05   900 AM  7/21  E UT COOP SITE
   MONTICELLO #2         0.01   700 AM  7/21  E UT COOP SITE
   CANYONLANDS-NECK      0.01   900 AM  7/21  E UT COOP SITE

...UINTAH COUNTY...
   JENSEN 0.4 WSW        0.09   715 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   NAPLES 2.8 SSE        0.01   723 AM  7/21  COCORAHS

$$

MMS



000
NOUS45 KGJT 211904
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
104 PM MDT TUE JUL 21 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION REPORTS FROM
WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH, ENDING TUESDAY MORNING AT THE
TIMES NOTED WITH EACH REPORT. AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.


**********************24 HOUR PRECIPITATION**********************

LOCATION              24 HOUR     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     PRECIPITATION           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

COLORADO

...ARCHULETA COUNTY...
   PAGOSA SPRINGS 1.6 S  0.01   735 AM  7/21  COCORAHS

...DELTA COUNTY...
   HOTCHKISS 7.1 WNW     0.23   701 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   PAONIA 2.1 SSE        0.19   752 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 5WNW        0.17   745 AM  7/21  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   HOTCHKISS 5.1 WNW     0.17   640 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 4.7 W       0.17   649 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   ECKERT 1.1 SW         0.15   713 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   DELTA 3.9 S           0.14   734 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   DELTA 1.6 ESE         0.11   701 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 1.8 NNE     0.10   805 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   PAONIA 1.3 NNW        0.10   803 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   CEDAREDGE 2.3 W       0.08   751 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   CEDAREDGE 1.0 NE      0.08   704 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   CRAWFORD 2.3 SW       0.07   717 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   PAONIA 1SW            0.07   800 AM  7/21  W CO COOP SITE

...DOLORES COUNTY...
   DOVE CREEK 12.4 SSW   0.03   754 AM  7/21  COCORAHS

...EAGLE COUNTY...
   WOLCOTT 2.3 N         0.58   645 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2N            0.58   730 AM  7/21  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   BASALT 5.8 E          0.24   827 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 5.7 E      0.22   703 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   AVON 1.1 SE           0.18   906 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   VAIL 2.6 E            0.15   710 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   VAIL 0.9 WNW          0.12   703 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   EDWARDS 1.3 WNW       0.10   714 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   GYPSUM 0.5 E          0.02   644 AM  7/21  COCORAHS

...GARFIELD COUNTY...
   CARBONDALE 0.3 WNW    0.11   902 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPRINGS 5.3  0.09   659 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 0.5 W      0.09   528 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 4.6 NNE    0.07   805 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPRINGS 1.4  0.05   734 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPRINGS .64  0.03   743 AM  7/21  COCORAHS

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   GOTHIC                0.59   800 AM  7/21  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N   0.59   656 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   CRESTED BUTTE         0.46   900 AM  7/21  W CO COOP SITE
   PARLIN 2.7 ESE        0.41   749 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   CIMARRON 11.2 S       0.40   658 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   POWDERHORN 4.4 NNE    0.38   909 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   DOYLEVILLE 2.1 W      0.28   719 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 0.8 N        0.18   906 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 6.6 N        0.15   707 AM  7/21  COCORAHS

...LA PLATA COUNTY...
   HESPERUS 7.8 SW       0.04   912 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   ROCKWOOD 6.9 NNW      0.03   810 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 6.9 S        0.01   611 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 13.3 SSW     0.01   745 AM  7/21  COCORAHS

...MESA COUNTY...
   FRUITA 4.5 NNE        0.13   744 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 8NNW   0.12   714 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 6ESE        0.09   900 AM  7/21  W CO COOP SITE
   COLORADO NM           0.08   900 AM  7/21  W CO COOP SITE
   GRAND JUNCTION 2.7 S  0.08   913 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 0.6 W  0.05   801 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   GLADE PARK 17W        0.03   900 AM  7/21  W CO COOP SITE
   GRAND JUNCTION 5.1 E  0.03   755 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 2.7 N  0.02   825 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   MACK 5 NW             0.02   801 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 5.6 W  0.01   703 AM  7/21  COCORAHS

...MOFFAT COUNTY...
   DINOSAUR 0.3 SW       0.08   750 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   DINOSAUR 1.5 ENE      0.07   810 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   MASSADONA             0.05  1000 AM  7/21  W CO COOP SITE
   CRAIG 4SW             0.01   800 AM  7/21  W CO COOP SITE
   HAMILTON 0.8 WNW      0.01   713 AM  7/21  COCORAHS

...MONTEZUMA COUNTY...
   CORTEZ 2.3 NW         0.08   842 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 7.8 WSW        0.08   732 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 2.0 NW         0.06   942 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 1.2 SW         0.06   851 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ                0.05   900 AM  7/21  W CO COOP SITE
   CORTEZ 7.7 W          0.05   929 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   DOLORES 4.8 ENE       0.03   935 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   MANCOS 3.5 ENE        0.03   816 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 1.0 ESE        0.02   813 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   MESA VERDE NP         0.02   726 AM  7/21  W CO COOP SITE

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   MONTROSE 2.0 E        0.58   803 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.0 SSE      0.55   510 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 7.3 ENE      0.51   751 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.3 ENE      0.49   715 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 10.1 S       0.49   636 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.9 ESE      0.47   742 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.6 E        0.39   706 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.9 ESE      0.31   653 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.2 WSW      0.17   835 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE #2           0.14   900 AM  7/21  W CO COOP SITE
   BLACK CANYON NP       0.12   900 AM  7/21  W CO COOP SITE
   MONTROSE 8.1 WNW      0.07   700 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   OLATHE 3.2 NNE        0.04   808 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 3.9 WNW      0.03   855 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 4.0 NW       0.03   656 AM  7/21  COCORAHS

...OURAY COUNTY...
   RIDGWAY 3.3 NNW       0.37   735 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   RIDGWAY               0.22   820 AM  7/21  W CO COOP SITE
   OURAY .23 NNW         0.09   658 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   OURAY                 0.09   746 AM  7/21  W CO COOP SITE

...ROUTT COUNTY...
   YAMPA                 0.04   800 AM  7/21  W CO COOP SITE
   YAMPA 5.1 S           0.04   730 AM  7/21  COCORAHS

UTAH

...GRAND COUNTY...
   ARCHES NP HQS         0.10   800 AM  7/21  E UT COOP SITE
   MOAB 1.3 NW           0.03   852 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   MOAB 3.7 ESE          0.02   742 AM  7/21  COCORAHS

...SAN JUAN COUNTY...
   HOVENWEEP NM          0.05   900 AM  7/21  E UT COOP SITE
   MONTICELLO #2         0.01   700 AM  7/21  E UT COOP SITE
   CANYONLANDS-NECK      0.01   900 AM  7/21  E UT COOP SITE

...UINTAH COUNTY...
   JENSEN 0.4 WSW        0.09   715 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   NAPLES 2.8 SSE        0.01   723 AM  7/21  COCORAHS

$$

MMS



000
NOUS45 KGJT 211904
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
104 PM MDT TUE JUL 21 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION REPORTS FROM
WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH, ENDING TUESDAY MORNING AT THE
TIMES NOTED WITH EACH REPORT. AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.


**********************24 HOUR PRECIPITATION**********************

LOCATION              24 HOUR     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     PRECIPITATION           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

COLORADO

...ARCHULETA COUNTY...
   PAGOSA SPRINGS 1.6 S  0.01   735 AM  7/21  COCORAHS

...DELTA COUNTY...
   HOTCHKISS 7.1 WNW     0.23   701 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   PAONIA 2.1 SSE        0.19   752 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 5WNW        0.17   745 AM  7/21  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   HOTCHKISS 5.1 WNW     0.17   640 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 4.7 W       0.17   649 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   ECKERT 1.1 SW         0.15   713 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   DELTA 3.9 S           0.14   734 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   DELTA 1.6 ESE         0.11   701 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 1.8 NNE     0.10   805 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   PAONIA 1.3 NNW        0.10   803 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   CEDAREDGE 2.3 W       0.08   751 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   CEDAREDGE 1.0 NE      0.08   704 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   CRAWFORD 2.3 SW       0.07   717 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   PAONIA 1SW            0.07   800 AM  7/21  W CO COOP SITE

...DOLORES COUNTY...
   DOVE CREEK 12.4 SSW   0.03   754 AM  7/21  COCORAHS

...EAGLE COUNTY...
   WOLCOTT 2.3 N         0.58   645 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2N            0.58   730 AM  7/21  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   BASALT 5.8 E          0.24   827 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 5.7 E      0.22   703 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   AVON 1.1 SE           0.18   906 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   VAIL 2.6 E            0.15   710 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   VAIL 0.9 WNW          0.12   703 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   EDWARDS 1.3 WNW       0.10   714 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   GYPSUM 0.5 E          0.02   644 AM  7/21  COCORAHS

...GARFIELD COUNTY...
   CARBONDALE 0.3 WNW    0.11   902 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPRINGS 5.3  0.09   659 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 0.5 W      0.09   528 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 4.6 NNE    0.07   805 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPRINGS 1.4  0.05   734 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPRINGS .64  0.03   743 AM  7/21  COCORAHS

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   GOTHIC                0.59   800 AM  7/21  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N   0.59   656 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   CRESTED BUTTE         0.46   900 AM  7/21  W CO COOP SITE
   PARLIN 2.7 ESE        0.41   749 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   CIMARRON 11.2 S       0.40   658 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   POWDERHORN 4.4 NNE    0.38   909 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   DOYLEVILLE 2.1 W      0.28   719 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 0.8 N        0.18   906 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 6.6 N        0.15   707 AM  7/21  COCORAHS

...LA PLATA COUNTY...
   HESPERUS 7.8 SW       0.04   912 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   ROCKWOOD 6.9 NNW      0.03   810 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 6.9 S        0.01   611 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 13.3 SSW     0.01   745 AM  7/21  COCORAHS

...MESA COUNTY...
   FRUITA 4.5 NNE        0.13   744 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 8NNW   0.12   714 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 6ESE        0.09   900 AM  7/21  W CO COOP SITE
   COLORADO NM           0.08   900 AM  7/21  W CO COOP SITE
   GRAND JUNCTION 2.7 S  0.08   913 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 0.6 W  0.05   801 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   GLADE PARK 17W        0.03   900 AM  7/21  W CO COOP SITE
   GRAND JUNCTION 5.1 E  0.03   755 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 2.7 N  0.02   825 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   MACK 5 NW             0.02   801 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 5.6 W  0.01   703 AM  7/21  COCORAHS

...MOFFAT COUNTY...
   DINOSAUR 0.3 SW       0.08   750 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   DINOSAUR 1.5 ENE      0.07   810 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   MASSADONA             0.05  1000 AM  7/21  W CO COOP SITE
   CRAIG 4SW             0.01   800 AM  7/21  W CO COOP SITE
   HAMILTON 0.8 WNW      0.01   713 AM  7/21  COCORAHS

...MONTEZUMA COUNTY...
   CORTEZ 2.3 NW         0.08   842 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 7.8 WSW        0.08   732 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 2.0 NW         0.06   942 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 1.2 SW         0.06   851 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ                0.05   900 AM  7/21  W CO COOP SITE
   CORTEZ 7.7 W          0.05   929 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   DOLORES 4.8 ENE       0.03   935 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   MANCOS 3.5 ENE        0.03   816 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 1.0 ESE        0.02   813 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   MESA VERDE NP         0.02   726 AM  7/21  W CO COOP SITE

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   MONTROSE 2.0 E        0.58   803 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.0 SSE      0.55   510 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 7.3 ENE      0.51   751 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.3 ENE      0.49   715 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 10.1 S       0.49   636 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.9 ESE      0.47   742 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.6 E        0.39   706 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.9 ESE      0.31   653 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.2 WSW      0.17   835 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE #2           0.14   900 AM  7/21  W CO COOP SITE
   BLACK CANYON NP       0.12   900 AM  7/21  W CO COOP SITE
   MONTROSE 8.1 WNW      0.07   700 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   OLATHE 3.2 NNE        0.04   808 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 3.9 WNW      0.03   855 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 4.0 NW       0.03   656 AM  7/21  COCORAHS

...OURAY COUNTY...
   RIDGWAY 3.3 NNW       0.37   735 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   RIDGWAY               0.22   820 AM  7/21  W CO COOP SITE
   OURAY .23 NNW         0.09   658 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   OURAY                 0.09   746 AM  7/21  W CO COOP SITE

...ROUTT COUNTY...
   YAMPA                 0.04   800 AM  7/21  W CO COOP SITE
   YAMPA 5.1 S           0.04   730 AM  7/21  COCORAHS

UTAH

...GRAND COUNTY...
   ARCHES NP HQS         0.10   800 AM  7/21  E UT COOP SITE
   MOAB 1.3 NW           0.03   852 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   MOAB 3.7 ESE          0.02   742 AM  7/21  COCORAHS

...SAN JUAN COUNTY...
   HOVENWEEP NM          0.05   900 AM  7/21  E UT COOP SITE
   MONTICELLO #2         0.01   700 AM  7/21  E UT COOP SITE
   CANYONLANDS-NECK      0.01   900 AM  7/21  E UT COOP SITE

...UINTAH COUNTY...
   JENSEN 0.4 WSW        0.09   715 AM  7/21  COCORAHS
   NAPLES 2.8 SSE        0.01   723 AM  7/21  COCORAHS

$$

MMS


000
NOUS45 KGJT 211352
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
752 AM MDT TUE JUL 21 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION REPORTS FROM
WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH, ENDING AROUND 8 AM TUESDAY.
AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.


WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH 24 HOUR AIRPORT STATIONS:

ASPEN,                                   0.81.
CORTEZ,                                  0.06.


OFFICIAL CLIMATE STATIONS OF WESTERN COLORADO:

4 MILES SOUTHWEST OF CRAIG,              0.01.
MESA VERDE NATIONAL PARK,                0.02.
OURAY,                                   0.09.
RIDGWAY,                                 0.22.


OFFICIAL CLIMATE STATIONS OF EASTERN UTAH:

ARCHES NATIONAL PARK HEADQUARTERS,       0.10.
MONTICELLO #2,                           0.01.


UNOFFICIAL STATIONS:

GOTHIC,                                  0.59.
5 MILES NORTHWEST OF HOTCHKISS,          0.17.
2 MILES NORTH OF WOLCOTT,                0.58.


CLIMATE REFERENCE NETWORK SITES OF WESTERN COLORADO:

8 MILES SOUTHEAST OF CORTEZ,             0.01.
2 MILES EAST OF DINOSAUR,                0.05.
15 MILES WEST OF MEEKER,                 0.03.
11 MILES NORTHEAST OF MONTROSE,          0.17.


CLIMATE REFERENCE NETWORK SITES OF EASTERN UTAH:

32 MILES NORTHWEST OF BLUFF,             0.07.


$$


000
NOUS45 KGJT 211352
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
752 AM MDT TUE JUL 21 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION REPORTS FROM
WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH, ENDING AROUND 8 AM TUESDAY.
AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.


WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH 24 HOUR AIRPORT STATIONS:

ASPEN,                                   0.81.
CORTEZ,                                  0.06.


OFFICIAL CLIMATE STATIONS OF WESTERN COLORADO:

4 MILES SOUTHWEST OF CRAIG,              0.01.
MESA VERDE NATIONAL PARK,                0.02.
OURAY,                                   0.09.
RIDGWAY,                                 0.22.


OFFICIAL CLIMATE STATIONS OF EASTERN UTAH:

ARCHES NATIONAL PARK HEADQUARTERS,       0.10.
MONTICELLO #2,                           0.01.


UNOFFICIAL STATIONS:

GOTHIC,                                  0.59.
5 MILES NORTHWEST OF HOTCHKISS,          0.17.
2 MILES NORTH OF WOLCOTT,                0.58.


CLIMATE REFERENCE NETWORK SITES OF WESTERN COLORADO:

8 MILES SOUTHEAST OF CORTEZ,             0.01.
2 MILES EAST OF DINOSAUR,                0.05.
15 MILES WEST OF MEEKER,                 0.03.
11 MILES NORTHEAST OF MONTROSE,          0.17.


CLIMATE REFERENCE NETWORK SITES OF EASTERN UTAH:

32 MILES NORTHWEST OF BLUFF,             0.07.


$$



000
NOUS41 KGYX 211212
PNSGYX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY ME
810 AM EDT TUE JUL 21 2015


THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED THE WEEK OF JULY 20TH
THROUGH 24TH, HURRICANE AWARENESS WEEK IN NEW ENGLAND.  THIS IS THE
SECOND IN A SERIES OF FIVE PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENTS TO BE ISSUED
BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE IN GRAY, CONTAINING
INFORMATION ON HURRICANES AND HURRICANE SAFETY.


HURRICANE WINDS AND TORNADOES

BOTH HURRICANES AND TROPICAL STORMS PRODUCE DANGEROUS WINDS THAT
CAN PRODUCE LIFE-THREATENING CONDITIONS FOR ANYONE WHO IS CAUGHT
IN THEM.  HURRICANE-FORCE WINDS CAN EASILY DESTROY POORLY
CONSTRUCTED BUILDINGS AND MOBILE HOMES. DEBRIS SUCH AS SIGNS,
ROOFING MATERIAL, AND SMALL ITEMS LEFT OUTSIDE CAN BECOME FLYING
MISSILES DURING HURRICANES. EXTENSIVE DAMAGE CAUSED BY FALLING
TREES CAN LEAD TO LENGTHY POWER AND PHONE OUTAGES.

TROPICAL CIRCULATIONS ARE CLASSIFIED BASED ON THE FOLLOWING WIND
SPEED CRITERIA.

          WIND SPEED             NAME
       LESS THAN 39 MPH       TROPICAL DEPRESSION
       39 TO 73 MPH           TROPICAL STORM
       74 MPH OR GREATER      HURRICANE

HURRICANES ARE FURTHER DIVIDED INTO 5 CATEGORIES BASED ON THE
DESTRUCTIVE POWER OF THEIR WINDS.  THE SCALE USED IN HURRICANE
CLASSIFICATION IS CALLED THE SAFFIR-SIMPSON SCALE.  BELOW IS A LIST
OF THE SAFFIR-SIMPSON SCALE, THE TYPICAL DAMAGE THAT OCCURS WITH
STORMS OF EACH CATEGORY, AND EXAMPLES OF EACH CATEGORY OF STORM (AT
LANDFALL).

SAFFIR-SIMPSON HURRICANE SCALE
CATEGORYDEFINITION-EFFECTS

   1      WINDS: 74-95 MPH (64-82 KT)
          NO REAL DAMAGE TO WELL-CONSTRUCTED BUILDINGS. DAMAGE
          PRIMARILY TO POORLY CONSTRUCTED BUILDINGS AND
          UNANCHORED MOBILE HOMES, SHRUBBERY, AND TREES. ALSO,
          SOME COASTAL FLOODING AND MINOR PIER DAMAGE IS
          POSSIBLE.
            EXAMPLES: IRENE 1999 AND ALLISON 1995.


   2 WINDS: 96-110 MPH (83-95 KT)
          SOME DAMAGE TO BUILDING ROOFS, DOORS, AND WINDOWS.
          CONSIDERABLE DAMAGE TO VEGETATION, MOBILE HOMES, ETC.
          FLOODING DAMAGES PIERS AND SMALL CRAFT IN UNPROTECTED
          MOORINGS MAY BREAK THEIR MOORINGS.
          EXAMPLES: BONNIE 1998, GEORGES (FL & LA) 1998 AND
          GLORIA 1985.

   3 WINDS: 111-129 MPH (96-112 KT)
          SOME STRUCTURAL DAMAGE TO SMALL RESIDENCES AND UTILITY
          BUILDINGS, WITH A MINOR AMOUNT OF CURTAIN-WALL
          FAILURES. MOBILE HOMES ARE DESTROYED. FLOODING NEAR
          THE COAST DESTROYS SMALLER STRUCTURES WITH LARGER
          STRUCTURES DAMAGED BY FLOATING DEBRIS. TERRAIN MAY BE
          FLOODED WELL INLAND.
          EXAMPLES: KATRINA 2005, FRAN 1996, OPAL 1995, ALICIA
          1983 AND BETSY 1965

   4      WINDS: 130-156 MPH (113-136 KT)
          MORE EXTENSIVE CURTAIN-WALL FAILURES WITH SOME
          COMPLETE ROOF STRUCTURE FAILURE ON SMALL RESIDENCES.
          MAJOR EROSION OF BEACH AREAS. TERRAIN MAY BE FLOODED
          WELL INLAND.
          EXAMPLES: HUGO 1989 AND DONNA 1960

   5      WINDS: 157+ MPH (137+ KT)
          COMPLETE ROOF FAILURE ON MANY RESIDENCES AND
          INDUSTRIAL BUILDINGS. SOME COMPLETE BUILDING FAILURES
          WITH SMALL UTILITY BUILDINGS BLOWN OVER OR AWAY.
          FLOODING CAUSES MAJOR DAMAGE TO LOWER FLOORS OF ALL
          STRUCTURES NEAR THE SHORELINE. MASSIVE EVACUATION OF
          RESIDENTIAL AREAS MAY BE REQUIRED.
          EXAMPLES: ANDREW(FLORIDA) 1992, CAMILLE 1969 AND
          LABOR DAY-FLORIDA KEYS 1935


HURRICANES CAN ALSO PRODUCE TORNADOES THAT ADD TO THE STORM`S
DESTRUCTIVE POWER. TORNADOES ARE MOST LIKELY TO OCCUR TO THE RIGHT
SIDE OF THE HURRICANE TRACK, HOWEVER, THEY CAN ALSO FORM IN THE RAIN
BANDS, WELL AWAY FROM THE CENTER OF THE HURRICANE. STUDIES HAVE SHOWN
THAT MORE THAN HALF OF LAND-FALLING HURRICANES PRODUCE AT LEAST ONE
TORNADO.  IN GENERAL THOUGH, TORNADOES ASSOCIATED WITH HURRICANES
ARE LESS INTENSE THAN THOSE THAT OCCUR IN THE GREAT PLAINS.
NONETHELESS, THE EFFECTS OF TORNADOES, ADDED TO THE LARGER AREA OF
HURRICANE-FORCE WINDS, CAN PRODUCE SUBSTANTIAL DAMAGE.
FORTUNATELY, HURRICANE-SPAWNED TORNADOES ARE INFREQUENT IN
NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND.


QUESTION OF THE DAY: HOW OFTEN DO WE GET HURRICANES OF EACH CATEGORY
IN MAINE AND NEW HAMPSHIRE?

THE NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER ESTIMATES "RETURN PERIODS" FOR THE
VARIOUS CATEGORIES OF HURRICANES FOR LOCATIONS ALONG THE EAST AND
GULF COASTS.  IN THIS DETERMINATION, THE LIKELIHOOD OF THE CENTER
OF A HURRICANE PASSING WITHIN 75 MILES OF A LOCATION IS ESTIMATED.
HOWEVER, BECAUSE NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND DOES NOT HAVE MANY STRONG
HURRICANES, IT IS DIFFICULT TO DETERMINE THE FREQUENCY OF THE
STRONGER HURRICANES.

CATEGORY       RETURN PERIOD
               NH AND SW ME
   1             30 YEARS
   2            150 YEARS
   3            400 YEARS


FACT FOR THE DAY:  THE STRONGEST WINDS IN A HURRICANE USUALLY OCCUR
ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE TRACK.  IF A HURRICANE MAKES LANDFALL ON
THE NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND COAST, THE STRONGEST WINDS WILL BE TO THE
EAST OF THE CENTER OF THE STORM.  IN CONTRAST, MOST OF THE
PRECIPITATION FALLS ON THE LEFT SIDE OF THE STORM TRACK.  HURRICANE
GLORIA, WHICH MADE LANDFALL OVER LONG ISLAND AND SOUTHERN
CONNECTICUT AND TRAVELED WEST OF PORTLAND, PRODUCED WIND GUSTS OF
70 MPH IN PORTLAND, BUT PRODUCED ONLY 0.41 INCHES OF RAINFALL IN
THE CITY.


HERE`S A LIST OF THE OTHER TOPICS COVERED IN STATEMENTS ISSUED THIS
WEEK:

MONDAY - TROPICAL CYCLONES, TROPICAL STORMS, AND
         HURRICANES--THE BASICS
WEDNESDAY - STORM SURGE AND MARINE SAFETY
THURSDAY - INLAND FLOODING


FRIDAY - THE FORECAST PROCESS--STATEMENTS, WATCHES, AND WARNINGS

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT HURRICANES AND HURRICANE SAFETY,
VISIT THE NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER`S WEB SITE AT:
           HTTP://WWW.NHC.NOAA.GOV/

$$


JENSENIUS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
GRAY...MAINE
NNNN



000
NOUS41 KGYX 211212
PNSGYX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY ME
810 AM EDT TUE JUL 21 2015


THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED THE WEEK OF JULY 20TH
THROUGH 24TH, HURRICANE AWARENESS WEEK IN NEW ENGLAND.  THIS IS THE
SECOND IN A SERIES OF FIVE PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENTS TO BE ISSUED
BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE IN GRAY, CONTAINING
INFORMATION ON HURRICANES AND HURRICANE SAFETY.


HURRICANE WINDS AND TORNADOES

BOTH HURRICANES AND TROPICAL STORMS PRODUCE DANGEROUS WINDS THAT
CAN PRODUCE LIFE-THREATENING CONDITIONS FOR ANYONE WHO IS CAUGHT
IN THEM.  HURRICANE-FORCE WINDS CAN EASILY DESTROY POORLY
CONSTRUCTED BUILDINGS AND MOBILE HOMES. DEBRIS SUCH AS SIGNS,
ROOFING MATERIAL, AND SMALL ITEMS LEFT OUTSIDE CAN BECOME FLYING
MISSILES DURING HURRICANES. EXTENSIVE DAMAGE CAUSED BY FALLING
TREES CAN LEAD TO LENGTHY POWER AND PHONE OUTAGES.

TROPICAL CIRCULATIONS ARE CLASSIFIED BASED ON THE FOLLOWING WIND
SPEED CRITERIA.

          WIND SPEED             NAME
       LESS THAN 39 MPH       TROPICAL DEPRESSION
       39 TO 73 MPH           TROPICAL STORM
       74 MPH OR GREATER      HURRICANE

HURRICANES ARE FURTHER DIVIDED INTO 5 CATEGORIES BASED ON THE
DESTRUCTIVE POWER OF THEIR WINDS.  THE SCALE USED IN HURRICANE
CLASSIFICATION IS CALLED THE SAFFIR-SIMPSON SCALE.  BELOW IS A LIST
OF THE SAFFIR-SIMPSON SCALE, THE TYPICAL DAMAGE THAT OCCURS WITH
STORMS OF EACH CATEGORY, AND EXAMPLES OF EACH CATEGORY OF STORM (AT
LANDFALL).

SAFFIR-SIMPSON HURRICANE SCALE
CATEGORYDEFINITION-EFFECTS

   1      WINDS: 74-95 MPH (64-82 KT)
          NO REAL DAMAGE TO WELL-CONSTRUCTED BUILDINGS. DAMAGE
          PRIMARILY TO POORLY CONSTRUCTED BUILDINGS AND
          UNANCHORED MOBILE HOMES, SHRUBBERY, AND TREES. ALSO,
          SOME COASTAL FLOODING AND MINOR PIER DAMAGE IS
          POSSIBLE.
            EXAMPLES: IRENE 1999 AND ALLISON 1995.


   2 WINDS: 96-110 MPH (83-95 KT)
          SOME DAMAGE TO BUILDING ROOFS, DOORS, AND WINDOWS.
          CONSIDERABLE DAMAGE TO VEGETATION, MOBILE HOMES, ETC.
          FLOODING DAMAGES PIERS AND SMALL CRAFT IN UNPROTECTED
          MOORINGS MAY BREAK THEIR MOORINGS.
          EXAMPLES: BONNIE 1998, GEORGES (FL & LA) 1998 AND
          GLORIA 1985.

   3 WINDS: 111-129 MPH (96-112 KT)
          SOME STRUCTURAL DAMAGE TO SMALL RESIDENCES AND UTILITY
          BUILDINGS, WITH A MINOR AMOUNT OF CURTAIN-WALL
          FAILURES. MOBILE HOMES ARE DESTROYED. FLOODING NEAR
          THE COAST DESTROYS SMALLER STRUCTURES WITH LARGER
          STRUCTURES DAMAGED BY FLOATING DEBRIS. TERRAIN MAY BE
          FLOODED WELL INLAND.
          EXAMPLES: KATRINA 2005, FRAN 1996, OPAL 1995, ALICIA
          1983 AND BETSY 1965

   4      WINDS: 130-156 MPH (113-136 KT)
          MORE EXTENSIVE CURTAIN-WALL FAILURES WITH SOME
          COMPLETE ROOF STRUCTURE FAILURE ON SMALL RESIDENCES.
          MAJOR EROSION OF BEACH AREAS. TERRAIN MAY BE FLOODED
          WELL INLAND.
          EXAMPLES: HUGO 1989 AND DONNA 1960

   5      WINDS: 157+ MPH (137+ KT)
          COMPLETE ROOF FAILURE ON MANY RESIDENCES AND
          INDUSTRIAL BUILDINGS. SOME COMPLETE BUILDING FAILURES
          WITH SMALL UTILITY BUILDINGS BLOWN OVER OR AWAY.
          FLOODING CAUSES MAJOR DAMAGE TO LOWER FLOORS OF ALL
          STRUCTURES NEAR THE SHORELINE. MASSIVE EVACUATION OF
          RESIDENTIAL AREAS MAY BE REQUIRED.
          EXAMPLES: ANDREW(FLORIDA) 1992, CAMILLE 1969 AND
          LABOR DAY-FLORIDA KEYS 1935


HURRICANES CAN ALSO PRODUCE TORNADOES THAT ADD TO THE STORM`S
DESTRUCTIVE POWER. TORNADOES ARE MOST LIKELY TO OCCUR TO THE RIGHT
SIDE OF THE HURRICANE TRACK, HOWEVER, THEY CAN ALSO FORM IN THE RAIN
BANDS, WELL AWAY FROM THE CENTER OF THE HURRICANE. STUDIES HAVE SHOWN
THAT MORE THAN HALF OF LAND-FALLING HURRICANES PRODUCE AT LEAST ONE
TORNADO.  IN GENERAL THOUGH, TORNADOES ASSOCIATED WITH HURRICANES
ARE LESS INTENSE THAN THOSE THAT OCCUR IN THE GREAT PLAINS.
NONETHELESS, THE EFFECTS OF TORNADOES, ADDED TO THE LARGER AREA OF
HURRICANE-FORCE WINDS, CAN PRODUCE SUBSTANTIAL DAMAGE.
FORTUNATELY, HURRICANE-SPAWNED TORNADOES ARE INFREQUENT IN
NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND.


QUESTION OF THE DAY: HOW OFTEN DO WE GET HURRICANES OF EACH CATEGORY
IN MAINE AND NEW HAMPSHIRE?

THE NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER ESTIMATES "RETURN PERIODS" FOR THE
VARIOUS CATEGORIES OF HURRICANES FOR LOCATIONS ALONG THE EAST AND
GULF COASTS.  IN THIS DETERMINATION, THE LIKELIHOOD OF THE CENTER
OF A HURRICANE PASSING WITHIN 75 MILES OF A LOCATION IS ESTIMATED.
HOWEVER, BECAUSE NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND DOES NOT HAVE MANY STRONG
HURRICANES, IT IS DIFFICULT TO DETERMINE THE FREQUENCY OF THE
STRONGER HURRICANES.

CATEGORY       RETURN PERIOD
               NH AND SW ME
   1             30 YEARS
   2            150 YEARS
   3            400 YEARS


FACT FOR THE DAY:  THE STRONGEST WINDS IN A HURRICANE USUALLY OCCUR
ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE TRACK.  IF A HURRICANE MAKES LANDFALL ON
THE NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND COAST, THE STRONGEST WINDS WILL BE TO THE
EAST OF THE CENTER OF THE STORM.  IN CONTRAST, MOST OF THE
PRECIPITATION FALLS ON THE LEFT SIDE OF THE STORM TRACK.  HURRICANE
GLORIA, WHICH MADE LANDFALL OVER LONG ISLAND AND SOUTHERN
CONNECTICUT AND TRAVELED WEST OF PORTLAND, PRODUCED WIND GUSTS OF
70 MPH IN PORTLAND, BUT PRODUCED ONLY 0.41 INCHES OF RAINFALL IN
THE CITY.


HERE`S A LIST OF THE OTHER TOPICS COVERED IN STATEMENTS ISSUED THIS
WEEK:

MONDAY - TROPICAL CYCLONES, TROPICAL STORMS, AND
         HURRICANES--THE BASICS
WEDNESDAY - STORM SURGE AND MARINE SAFETY
THURSDAY - INLAND FLOODING


FRIDAY - THE FORECAST PROCESS--STATEMENTS, WATCHES, AND WARNINGS

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT HURRICANES AND HURRICANE SAFETY,
VISIT THE NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER`S WEB SITE AT:
           HTTP://WWW.NHC.NOAA.GOV/

$$


JENSENIUS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
GRAY...MAINE
NNNN


000
NOUS41 KGYX 211212
PNSGYX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY ME
810 AM EDT TUE JUL 21 2015


THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED THE WEEK OF JULY 20TH
THROUGH 24TH, HURRICANE AWARENESS WEEK IN NEW ENGLAND.  THIS IS THE
SECOND IN A SERIES OF FIVE PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENTS TO BE ISSUED
BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE IN GRAY, CONTAINING
INFORMATION ON HURRICANES AND HURRICANE SAFETY.


HURRICANE WINDS AND TORNADOES

BOTH HURRICANES AND TROPICAL STORMS PRODUCE DANGEROUS WINDS THAT
CAN PRODUCE LIFE-THREATENING CONDITIONS FOR ANYONE WHO IS CAUGHT
IN THEM.  HURRICANE-FORCE WINDS CAN EASILY DESTROY POORLY
CONSTRUCTED BUILDINGS AND MOBILE HOMES. DEBRIS SUCH AS SIGNS,
ROOFING MATERIAL, AND SMALL ITEMS LEFT OUTSIDE CAN BECOME FLYING
MISSILES DURING HURRICANES. EXTENSIVE DAMAGE CAUSED BY FALLING
TREES CAN LEAD TO LENGTHY POWER AND PHONE OUTAGES.

TROPICAL CIRCULATIONS ARE CLASSIFIED BASED ON THE FOLLOWING WIND
SPEED CRITERIA.

          WIND SPEED             NAME
       LESS THAN 39 MPH       TROPICAL DEPRESSION
       39 TO 73 MPH           TROPICAL STORM
       74 MPH OR GREATER      HURRICANE

HURRICANES ARE FURTHER DIVIDED INTO 5 CATEGORIES BASED ON THE
DESTRUCTIVE POWER OF THEIR WINDS.  THE SCALE USED IN HURRICANE
CLASSIFICATION IS CALLED THE SAFFIR-SIMPSON SCALE.  BELOW IS A LIST
OF THE SAFFIR-SIMPSON SCALE, THE TYPICAL DAMAGE THAT OCCURS WITH
STORMS OF EACH CATEGORY, AND EXAMPLES OF EACH CATEGORY OF STORM (AT
LANDFALL).

SAFFIR-SIMPSON HURRICANE SCALE
CATEGORYDEFINITION-EFFECTS

   1      WINDS: 74-95 MPH (64-82 KT)
          NO REAL DAMAGE TO WELL-CONSTRUCTED BUILDINGS. DAMAGE
          PRIMARILY TO POORLY CONSTRUCTED BUILDINGS AND
          UNANCHORED MOBILE HOMES, SHRUBBERY, AND TREES. ALSO,
          SOME COASTAL FLOODING AND MINOR PIER DAMAGE IS
          POSSIBLE.
            EXAMPLES: IRENE 1999 AND ALLISON 1995.


   2 WINDS: 96-110 MPH (83-95 KT)
          SOME DAMAGE TO BUILDING ROOFS, DOORS, AND WINDOWS.
          CONSIDERABLE DAMAGE TO VEGETATION, MOBILE HOMES, ETC.
          FLOODING DAMAGES PIERS AND SMALL CRAFT IN UNPROTECTED
          MOORINGS MAY BREAK THEIR MOORINGS.
          EXAMPLES: BONNIE 1998, GEORGES (FL & LA) 1998 AND
          GLORIA 1985.

   3 WINDS: 111-129 MPH (96-112 KT)
          SOME STRUCTURAL DAMAGE TO SMALL RESIDENCES AND UTILITY
          BUILDINGS, WITH A MINOR AMOUNT OF CURTAIN-WALL
          FAILURES. MOBILE HOMES ARE DESTROYED. FLOODING NEAR
          THE COAST DESTROYS SMALLER STRUCTURES WITH LARGER
          STRUCTURES DAMAGED BY FLOATING DEBRIS. TERRAIN MAY BE
          FLOODED WELL INLAND.
          EXAMPLES: KATRINA 2005, FRAN 1996, OPAL 1995, ALICIA
          1983 AND BETSY 1965

   4      WINDS: 130-156 MPH (113-136 KT)
          MORE EXTENSIVE CURTAIN-WALL FAILURES WITH SOME
          COMPLETE ROOF STRUCTURE FAILURE ON SMALL RESIDENCES.
          MAJOR EROSION OF BEACH AREAS. TERRAIN MAY BE FLOODED
          WELL INLAND.
          EXAMPLES: HUGO 1989 AND DONNA 1960

   5      WINDS: 157+ MPH (137+ KT)
          COMPLETE ROOF FAILURE ON MANY RESIDENCES AND
          INDUSTRIAL BUILDINGS. SOME COMPLETE BUILDING FAILURES
          WITH SMALL UTILITY BUILDINGS BLOWN OVER OR AWAY.
          FLOODING CAUSES MAJOR DAMAGE TO LOWER FLOORS OF ALL
          STRUCTURES NEAR THE SHORELINE. MASSIVE EVACUATION OF
          RESIDENTIAL AREAS MAY BE REQUIRED.
          EXAMPLES: ANDREW(FLORIDA) 1992, CAMILLE 1969 AND
          LABOR DAY-FLORIDA KEYS 1935


HURRICANES CAN ALSO PRODUCE TORNADOES THAT ADD TO THE STORM`S
DESTRUCTIVE POWER. TORNADOES ARE MOST LIKELY TO OCCUR TO THE RIGHT
SIDE OF THE HURRICANE TRACK, HOWEVER, THEY CAN ALSO FORM IN THE RAIN
BANDS, WELL AWAY FROM THE CENTER OF THE HURRICANE. STUDIES HAVE SHOWN
THAT MORE THAN HALF OF LAND-FALLING HURRICANES PRODUCE AT LEAST ONE
TORNADO.  IN GENERAL THOUGH, TORNADOES ASSOCIATED WITH HURRICANES
ARE LESS INTENSE THAN THOSE THAT OCCUR IN THE GREAT PLAINS.
NONETHELESS, THE EFFECTS OF TORNADOES, ADDED TO THE LARGER AREA OF
HURRICANE-FORCE WINDS, CAN PRODUCE SUBSTANTIAL DAMAGE.
FORTUNATELY, HURRICANE-SPAWNED TORNADOES ARE INFREQUENT IN
NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND.


QUESTION OF THE DAY: HOW OFTEN DO WE GET HURRICANES OF EACH CATEGORY
IN MAINE AND NEW HAMPSHIRE?

THE NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER ESTIMATES "RETURN PERIODS" FOR THE
VARIOUS CATEGORIES OF HURRICANES FOR LOCATIONS ALONG THE EAST AND
GULF COASTS.  IN THIS DETERMINATION, THE LIKELIHOOD OF THE CENTER
OF A HURRICANE PASSING WITHIN 75 MILES OF A LOCATION IS ESTIMATED.
HOWEVER, BECAUSE NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND DOES NOT HAVE MANY STRONG
HURRICANES, IT IS DIFFICULT TO DETERMINE THE FREQUENCY OF THE
STRONGER HURRICANES.

CATEGORY       RETURN PERIOD
               NH AND SW ME
   1             30 YEARS
   2            150 YEARS
   3            400 YEARS


FACT FOR THE DAY:  THE STRONGEST WINDS IN A HURRICANE USUALLY OCCUR
ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE TRACK.  IF A HURRICANE MAKES LANDFALL ON
THE NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND COAST, THE STRONGEST WINDS WILL BE TO THE
EAST OF THE CENTER OF THE STORM.  IN CONTRAST, MOST OF THE
PRECIPITATION FALLS ON THE LEFT SIDE OF THE STORM TRACK.  HURRICANE
GLORIA, WHICH MADE LANDFALL OVER LONG ISLAND AND SOUTHERN
CONNECTICUT AND TRAVELED WEST OF PORTLAND, PRODUCED WIND GUSTS OF
70 MPH IN PORTLAND, BUT PRODUCED ONLY 0.41 INCHES OF RAINFALL IN
THE CITY.


HERE`S A LIST OF THE OTHER TOPICS COVERED IN STATEMENTS ISSUED THIS
WEEK:

MONDAY - TROPICAL CYCLONES, TROPICAL STORMS, AND
         HURRICANES--THE BASICS
WEDNESDAY - STORM SURGE AND MARINE SAFETY
THURSDAY - INLAND FLOODING


FRIDAY - THE FORECAST PROCESS--STATEMENTS, WATCHES, AND WARNINGS

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT HURRICANES AND HURRICANE SAFETY,
VISIT THE NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER`S WEB SITE AT:
           HTTP://WWW.NHC.NOAA.GOV/

$$


JENSENIUS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
GRAY...MAINE
NNNN


000
NOUS41 KGYX 211212
PNSGYX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY ME
810 AM EDT TUE JUL 21 2015


THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED THE WEEK OF JULY 20TH
THROUGH 24TH, HURRICANE AWARENESS WEEK IN NEW ENGLAND.  THIS IS THE
SECOND IN A SERIES OF FIVE PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENTS TO BE ISSUED
BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE IN GRAY, CONTAINING
INFORMATION ON HURRICANES AND HURRICANE SAFETY.


HURRICANE WINDS AND TORNADOES

BOTH HURRICANES AND TROPICAL STORMS PRODUCE DANGEROUS WINDS THAT
CAN PRODUCE LIFE-THREATENING CONDITIONS FOR ANYONE WHO IS CAUGHT
IN THEM.  HURRICANE-FORCE WINDS CAN EASILY DESTROY POORLY
CONSTRUCTED BUILDINGS AND MOBILE HOMES. DEBRIS SUCH AS SIGNS,
ROOFING MATERIAL, AND SMALL ITEMS LEFT OUTSIDE CAN BECOME FLYING
MISSILES DURING HURRICANES. EXTENSIVE DAMAGE CAUSED BY FALLING
TREES CAN LEAD TO LENGTHY POWER AND PHONE OUTAGES.

TROPICAL CIRCULATIONS ARE CLASSIFIED BASED ON THE FOLLOWING WIND
SPEED CRITERIA.

          WIND SPEED             NAME
       LESS THAN 39 MPH       TROPICAL DEPRESSION
       39 TO 73 MPH           TROPICAL STORM
       74 MPH OR GREATER      HURRICANE

HURRICANES ARE FURTHER DIVIDED INTO 5 CATEGORIES BASED ON THE
DESTRUCTIVE POWER OF THEIR WINDS.  THE SCALE USED IN HURRICANE
CLASSIFICATION IS CALLED THE SAFFIR-SIMPSON SCALE.  BELOW IS A LIST
OF THE SAFFIR-SIMPSON SCALE, THE TYPICAL DAMAGE THAT OCCURS WITH
STORMS OF EACH CATEGORY, AND EXAMPLES OF EACH CATEGORY OF STORM (AT
LANDFALL).

SAFFIR-SIMPSON HURRICANE SCALE
CATEGORYDEFINITION-EFFECTS

   1      WINDS: 74-95 MPH (64-82 KT)
          NO REAL DAMAGE TO WELL-CONSTRUCTED BUILDINGS. DAMAGE
          PRIMARILY TO POORLY CONSTRUCTED BUILDINGS AND
          UNANCHORED MOBILE HOMES, SHRUBBERY, AND TREES. ALSO,
          SOME COASTAL FLOODING AND MINOR PIER DAMAGE IS
          POSSIBLE.
            EXAMPLES: IRENE 1999 AND ALLISON 1995.


   2 WINDS: 96-110 MPH (83-95 KT)
          SOME DAMAGE TO BUILDING ROOFS, DOORS, AND WINDOWS.
          CONSIDERABLE DAMAGE TO VEGETATION, MOBILE HOMES, ETC.
          FLOODING DAMAGES PIERS AND SMALL CRAFT IN UNPROTECTED
          MOORINGS MAY BREAK THEIR MOORINGS.
          EXAMPLES: BONNIE 1998, GEORGES (FL & LA) 1998 AND
          GLORIA 1985.

   3 WINDS: 111-129 MPH (96-112 KT)
          SOME STRUCTURAL DAMAGE TO SMALL RESIDENCES AND UTILITY
          BUILDINGS, WITH A MINOR AMOUNT OF CURTAIN-WALL
          FAILURES. MOBILE HOMES ARE DESTROYED. FLOODING NEAR
          THE COAST DESTROYS SMALLER STRUCTURES WITH LARGER
          STRUCTURES DAMAGED BY FLOATING DEBRIS. TERRAIN MAY BE
          FLOODED WELL INLAND.
          EXAMPLES: KATRINA 2005, FRAN 1996, OPAL 1995, ALICIA
          1983 AND BETSY 1965

   4      WINDS: 130-156 MPH (113-136 KT)
          MORE EXTENSIVE CURTAIN-WALL FAILURES WITH SOME
          COMPLETE ROOF STRUCTURE FAILURE ON SMALL RESIDENCES.
          MAJOR EROSION OF BEACH AREAS. TERRAIN MAY BE FLOODED
          WELL INLAND.
          EXAMPLES: HUGO 1989 AND DONNA 1960

   5      WINDS: 157+ MPH (137+ KT)
          COMPLETE ROOF FAILURE ON MANY RESIDENCES AND
          INDUSTRIAL BUILDINGS. SOME COMPLETE BUILDING FAILURES
          WITH SMALL UTILITY BUILDINGS BLOWN OVER OR AWAY.
          FLOODING CAUSES MAJOR DAMAGE TO LOWER FLOORS OF ALL
          STRUCTURES NEAR THE SHORELINE. MASSIVE EVACUATION OF
          RESIDENTIAL AREAS MAY BE REQUIRED.
          EXAMPLES: ANDREW(FLORIDA) 1992, CAMILLE 1969 AND
          LABOR DAY-FLORIDA KEYS 1935


HURRICANES CAN ALSO PRODUCE TORNADOES THAT ADD TO THE STORM`S
DESTRUCTIVE POWER. TORNADOES ARE MOST LIKELY TO OCCUR TO THE RIGHT
SIDE OF THE HURRICANE TRACK, HOWEVER, THEY CAN ALSO FORM IN THE RAIN
BANDS, WELL AWAY FROM THE CENTER OF THE HURRICANE. STUDIES HAVE SHOWN
THAT MORE THAN HALF OF LAND-FALLING HURRICANES PRODUCE AT LEAST ONE
TORNADO.  IN GENERAL THOUGH, TORNADOES ASSOCIATED WITH HURRICANES
ARE LESS INTENSE THAN THOSE THAT OCCUR IN THE GREAT PLAINS.
NONETHELESS, THE EFFECTS OF TORNADOES, ADDED TO THE LARGER AREA OF
HURRICANE-FORCE WINDS, CAN PRODUCE SUBSTANTIAL DAMAGE.
FORTUNATELY, HURRICANE-SPAWNED TORNADOES ARE INFREQUENT IN
NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND.


QUESTION OF THE DAY: HOW OFTEN DO WE GET HURRICANES OF EACH CATEGORY
IN MAINE AND NEW HAMPSHIRE?

THE NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER ESTIMATES "RETURN PERIODS" FOR THE
VARIOUS CATEGORIES OF HURRICANES FOR LOCATIONS ALONG THE EAST AND
GULF COASTS.  IN THIS DETERMINATION, THE LIKELIHOOD OF THE CENTER
OF A HURRICANE PASSING WITHIN 75 MILES OF A LOCATION IS ESTIMATED.
HOWEVER, BECAUSE NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND DOES NOT HAVE MANY STRONG
HURRICANES, IT IS DIFFICULT TO DETERMINE THE FREQUENCY OF THE
STRONGER HURRICANES.

CATEGORY       RETURN PERIOD
               NH AND SW ME
   1             30 YEARS
   2            150 YEARS
   3            400 YEARS


FACT FOR THE DAY:  THE STRONGEST WINDS IN A HURRICANE USUALLY OCCUR
ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE TRACK.  IF A HURRICANE MAKES LANDFALL ON
THE NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND COAST, THE STRONGEST WINDS WILL BE TO THE
EAST OF THE CENTER OF THE STORM.  IN CONTRAST, MOST OF THE
PRECIPITATION FALLS ON THE LEFT SIDE OF THE STORM TRACK.  HURRICANE
GLORIA, WHICH MADE LANDFALL OVER LONG ISLAND AND SOUTHERN
CONNECTICUT AND TRAVELED WEST OF PORTLAND, PRODUCED WIND GUSTS OF
70 MPH IN PORTLAND, BUT PRODUCED ONLY 0.41 INCHES OF RAINFALL IN
THE CITY.


HERE`S A LIST OF THE OTHER TOPICS COVERED IN STATEMENTS ISSUED THIS
WEEK:

MONDAY - TROPICAL CYCLONES, TROPICAL STORMS, AND
         HURRICANES--THE BASICS
WEDNESDAY - STORM SURGE AND MARINE SAFETY
THURSDAY - INLAND FLOODING


FRIDAY - THE FORECAST PROCESS--STATEMENTS, WATCHES, AND WARNINGS

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT HURRICANES AND HURRICANE SAFETY,
VISIT THE NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER`S WEB SITE AT:
           HTTP://WWW.NHC.NOAA.GOV/

$$


JENSENIUS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
GRAY...MAINE
NNNN


000
NOUS41 KGYX 211212
PNSGYX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY ME
810 AM EDT TUE JUL 21 2015


THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED THE WEEK OF JULY 20TH
THROUGH 24TH, HURRICANE AWARENESS WEEK IN NEW ENGLAND.  THIS IS THE
SECOND IN A SERIES OF FIVE PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENTS TO BE ISSUED
BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE IN GRAY, CONTAINING
INFORMATION ON HURRICANES AND HURRICANE SAFETY.


HURRICANE WINDS AND TORNADOES

BOTH HURRICANES AND TROPICAL STORMS PRODUCE DANGEROUS WINDS THAT
CAN PRODUCE LIFE-THREATENING CONDITIONS FOR ANYONE WHO IS CAUGHT
IN THEM.  HURRICANE-FORCE WINDS CAN EASILY DESTROY POORLY
CONSTRUCTED BUILDINGS AND MOBILE HOMES. DEBRIS SUCH AS SIGNS,
ROOFING MATERIAL, AND SMALL ITEMS LEFT OUTSIDE CAN BECOME FLYING
MISSILES DURING HURRICANES. EXTENSIVE DAMAGE CAUSED BY FALLING
TREES CAN LEAD TO LENGTHY POWER AND PHONE OUTAGES.

TROPICAL CIRCULATIONS ARE CLASSIFIED BASED ON THE FOLLOWING WIND
SPEED CRITERIA.

          WIND SPEED             NAME
       LESS THAN 39 MPH       TROPICAL DEPRESSION
       39 TO 73 MPH           TROPICAL STORM
       74 MPH OR GREATER      HURRICANE

HURRICANES ARE FURTHER DIVIDED INTO 5 CATEGORIES BASED ON THE
DESTRUCTIVE POWER OF THEIR WINDS.  THE SCALE USED IN HURRICANE
CLASSIFICATION IS CALLED THE SAFFIR-SIMPSON SCALE.  BELOW IS A LIST
OF THE SAFFIR-SIMPSON SCALE, THE TYPICAL DAMAGE THAT OCCURS WITH
STORMS OF EACH CATEGORY, AND EXAMPLES OF EACH CATEGORY OF STORM (AT
LANDFALL).

SAFFIR-SIMPSON HURRICANE SCALE
CATEGORYDEFINITION-EFFECTS

   1      WINDS: 74-95 MPH (64-82 KT)
          NO REAL DAMAGE TO WELL-CONSTRUCTED BUILDINGS. DAMAGE
          PRIMARILY TO POORLY CONSTRUCTED BUILDINGS AND
          UNANCHORED MOBILE HOMES, SHRUBBERY, AND TREES. ALSO,
          SOME COASTAL FLOODING AND MINOR PIER DAMAGE IS
          POSSIBLE.
            EXAMPLES: IRENE 1999 AND ALLISON 1995.


   2 WINDS: 96-110 MPH (83-95 KT)
          SOME DAMAGE TO BUILDING ROOFS, DOORS, AND WINDOWS.
          CONSIDERABLE DAMAGE TO VEGETATION, MOBILE HOMES, ETC.
          FLOODING DAMAGES PIERS AND SMALL CRAFT IN UNPROTECTED
          MOORINGS MAY BREAK THEIR MOORINGS.
          EXAMPLES: BONNIE 1998, GEORGES (FL & LA) 1998 AND
          GLORIA 1985.

   3 WINDS: 111-129 MPH (96-112 KT)
          SOME STRUCTURAL DAMAGE TO SMALL RESIDENCES AND UTILITY
          BUILDINGS, WITH A MINOR AMOUNT OF CURTAIN-WALL
          FAILURES. MOBILE HOMES ARE DESTROYED. FLOODING NEAR
          THE COAST DESTROYS SMALLER STRUCTURES WITH LARGER
          STRUCTURES DAMAGED BY FLOATING DEBRIS. TERRAIN MAY BE
          FLOODED WELL INLAND.
          EXAMPLES: KATRINA 2005, FRAN 1996, OPAL 1995, ALICIA
          1983 AND BETSY 1965

   4      WINDS: 130-156 MPH (113-136 KT)
          MORE EXTENSIVE CURTAIN-WALL FAILURES WITH SOME
          COMPLETE ROOF STRUCTURE FAILURE ON SMALL RESIDENCES.
          MAJOR EROSION OF BEACH AREAS. TERRAIN MAY BE FLOODED
          WELL INLAND.
          EXAMPLES: HUGO 1989 AND DONNA 1960

   5      WINDS: 157+ MPH (137+ KT)
          COMPLETE ROOF FAILURE ON MANY RESIDENCES AND
          INDUSTRIAL BUILDINGS. SOME COMPLETE BUILDING FAILURES
          WITH SMALL UTILITY BUILDINGS BLOWN OVER OR AWAY.
          FLOODING CAUSES MAJOR DAMAGE TO LOWER FLOORS OF ALL
          STRUCTURES NEAR THE SHORELINE. MASSIVE EVACUATION OF
          RESIDENTIAL AREAS MAY BE REQUIRED.
          EXAMPLES: ANDREW(FLORIDA) 1992, CAMILLE 1969 AND
          LABOR DAY-FLORIDA KEYS 1935


HURRICANES CAN ALSO PRODUCE TORNADOES THAT ADD TO THE STORM`S
DESTRUCTIVE POWER. TORNADOES ARE MOST LIKELY TO OCCUR TO THE RIGHT
SIDE OF THE HURRICANE TRACK, HOWEVER, THEY CAN ALSO FORM IN THE RAIN
BANDS, WELL AWAY FROM THE CENTER OF THE HURRICANE. STUDIES HAVE SHOWN
THAT MORE THAN HALF OF LAND-FALLING HURRICANES PRODUCE AT LEAST ONE
TORNADO.  IN GENERAL THOUGH, TORNADOES ASSOCIATED WITH HURRICANES
ARE LESS INTENSE THAN THOSE THAT OCCUR IN THE GREAT PLAINS.
NONETHELESS, THE EFFECTS OF TORNADOES, ADDED TO THE LARGER AREA OF
HURRICANE-FORCE WINDS, CAN PRODUCE SUBSTANTIAL DAMAGE.
FORTUNATELY, HURRICANE-SPAWNED TORNADOES ARE INFREQUENT IN
NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND.


QUESTION OF THE DAY: HOW OFTEN DO WE GET HURRICANES OF EACH CATEGORY
IN MAINE AND NEW HAMPSHIRE?

THE NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER ESTIMATES "RETURN PERIODS" FOR THE
VARIOUS CATEGORIES OF HURRICANES FOR LOCATIONS ALONG THE EAST AND
GULF COASTS.  IN THIS DETERMINATION, THE LIKELIHOOD OF THE CENTER
OF A HURRICANE PASSING WITHIN 75 MILES OF A LOCATION IS ESTIMATED.
HOWEVER, BECAUSE NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND DOES NOT HAVE MANY STRONG
HURRICANES, IT IS DIFFICULT TO DETERMINE THE FREQUENCY OF THE
STRONGER HURRICANES.

CATEGORY       RETURN PERIOD
               NH AND SW ME
   1             30 YEARS
   2            150 YEARS
   3            400 YEARS


FACT FOR THE DAY:  THE STRONGEST WINDS IN A HURRICANE USUALLY OCCUR
ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE TRACK.  IF A HURRICANE MAKES LANDFALL ON
THE NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND COAST, THE STRONGEST WINDS WILL BE TO THE
EAST OF THE CENTER OF THE STORM.  IN CONTRAST, MOST OF THE
PRECIPITATION FALLS ON THE LEFT SIDE OF THE STORM TRACK.  HURRICANE
GLORIA, WHICH MADE LANDFALL OVER LONG ISLAND AND SOUTHERN
CONNECTICUT AND TRAVELED WEST OF PORTLAND, PRODUCED WIND GUSTS OF
70 MPH IN PORTLAND, BUT PRODUCED ONLY 0.41 INCHES OF RAINFALL IN
THE CITY.


HERE`S A LIST OF THE OTHER TOPICS COVERED IN STATEMENTS ISSUED THIS
WEEK:

MONDAY - TROPICAL CYCLONES, TROPICAL STORMS, AND
         HURRICANES--THE BASICS
WEDNESDAY - STORM SURGE AND MARINE SAFETY
THURSDAY - INLAND FLOODING


FRIDAY - THE FORECAST PROCESS--STATEMENTS, WATCHES, AND WARNINGS

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT HURRICANES AND HURRICANE SAFETY,
VISIT THE NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER`S WEB SITE AT:
           HTTP://WWW.NHC.NOAA.GOV/

$$


JENSENIUS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
GRAY...MAINE
NNNN


000
NOUS41 KGYX 211212
PNSGYX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY ME
810 AM EDT TUE JUL 21 2015


THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED THE WEEK OF JULY 20TH
THROUGH 24TH, HURRICANE AWARENESS WEEK IN NEW ENGLAND.  THIS IS THE
SECOND IN A SERIES OF FIVE PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENTS TO BE ISSUED
BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE IN GRAY, CONTAINING
INFORMATION ON HURRICANES AND HURRICANE SAFETY.


HURRICANE WINDS AND TORNADOES

BOTH HURRICANES AND TROPICAL STORMS PRODUCE DANGEROUS WINDS THAT
CAN PRODUCE LIFE-THREATENING CONDITIONS FOR ANYONE WHO IS CAUGHT
IN THEM.  HURRICANE-FORCE WINDS CAN EASILY DESTROY POORLY
CONSTRUCTED BUILDINGS AND MOBILE HOMES. DEBRIS SUCH AS SIGNS,
ROOFING MATERIAL, AND SMALL ITEMS LEFT OUTSIDE CAN BECOME FLYING
MISSILES DURING HURRICANES. EXTENSIVE DAMAGE CAUSED BY FALLING
TREES CAN LEAD TO LENGTHY POWER AND PHONE OUTAGES.

TROPICAL CIRCULATIONS ARE CLASSIFIED BASED ON THE FOLLOWING WIND
SPEED CRITERIA.

          WIND SPEED             NAME
       LESS THAN 39 MPH       TROPICAL DEPRESSION
       39 TO 73 MPH           TROPICAL STORM
       74 MPH OR GREATER      HURRICANE

HURRICANES ARE FURTHER DIVIDED INTO 5 CATEGORIES BASED ON THE
DESTRUCTIVE POWER OF THEIR WINDS.  THE SCALE USED IN HURRICANE
CLASSIFICATION IS CALLED THE SAFFIR-SIMPSON SCALE.  BELOW IS A LIST
OF THE SAFFIR-SIMPSON SCALE, THE TYPICAL DAMAGE THAT OCCURS WITH
STORMS OF EACH CATEGORY, AND EXAMPLES OF EACH CATEGORY OF STORM (AT
LANDFALL).

SAFFIR-SIMPSON HURRICANE SCALE
CATEGORYDEFINITION-EFFECTS

   1      WINDS: 74-95 MPH (64-82 KT)
          NO REAL DAMAGE TO WELL-CONSTRUCTED BUILDINGS. DAMAGE
          PRIMARILY TO POORLY CONSTRUCTED BUILDINGS AND
          UNANCHORED MOBILE HOMES, SHRUBBERY, AND TREES. ALSO,
          SOME COASTAL FLOODING AND MINOR PIER DAMAGE IS
          POSSIBLE.
            EXAMPLES: IRENE 1999 AND ALLISON 1995.


   2 WINDS: 96-110 MPH (83-95 KT)
          SOME DAMAGE TO BUILDING ROOFS, DOORS, AND WINDOWS.
          CONSIDERABLE DAMAGE TO VEGETATION, MOBILE HOMES, ETC.
          FLOODING DAMAGES PIERS AND SMALL CRAFT IN UNPROTECTED
          MOORINGS MAY BREAK THEIR MOORINGS.
          EXAMPLES: BONNIE 1998, GEORGES (FL & LA) 1998 AND
          GLORIA 1985.

   3 WINDS: 111-129 MPH (96-112 KT)
          SOME STRUCTURAL DAMAGE TO SMALL RESIDENCES AND UTILITY
          BUILDINGS, WITH A MINOR AMOUNT OF CURTAIN-WALL
          FAILURES. MOBILE HOMES ARE DESTROYED. FLOODING NEAR
          THE COAST DESTROYS SMALLER STRUCTURES WITH LARGER
          STRUCTURES DAMAGED BY FLOATING DEBRIS. TERRAIN MAY BE
          FLOODED WELL INLAND.
          EXAMPLES: KATRINA 2005, FRAN 1996, OPAL 1995, ALICIA
          1983 AND BETSY 1965

   4      WINDS: 130-156 MPH (113-136 KT)
          MORE EXTENSIVE CURTAIN-WALL FAILURES WITH SOME
          COMPLETE ROOF STRUCTURE FAILURE ON SMALL RESIDENCES.
          MAJOR EROSION OF BEACH AREAS. TERRAIN MAY BE FLOODED
          WELL INLAND.
          EXAMPLES: HUGO 1989 AND DONNA 1960

   5      WINDS: 157+ MPH (137+ KT)
          COMPLETE ROOF FAILURE ON MANY RESIDENCES AND
          INDUSTRIAL BUILDINGS. SOME COMPLETE BUILDING FAILURES
          WITH SMALL UTILITY BUILDINGS BLOWN OVER OR AWAY.
          FLOODING CAUSES MAJOR DAMAGE TO LOWER FLOORS OF ALL
          STRUCTURES NEAR THE SHORELINE. MASSIVE EVACUATION OF
          RESIDENTIAL AREAS MAY BE REQUIRED.
          EXAMPLES: ANDREW(FLORIDA) 1992, CAMILLE 1969 AND
          LABOR DAY-FLORIDA KEYS 1935


HURRICANES CAN ALSO PRODUCE TORNADOES THAT ADD TO THE STORM`S
DESTRUCTIVE POWER. TORNADOES ARE MOST LIKELY TO OCCUR TO THE RIGHT
SIDE OF THE HURRICANE TRACK, HOWEVER, THEY CAN ALSO FORM IN THE RAIN
BANDS, WELL AWAY FROM THE CENTER OF THE HURRICANE. STUDIES HAVE SHOWN
THAT MORE THAN HALF OF LAND-FALLING HURRICANES PRODUCE AT LEAST ONE
TORNADO.  IN GENERAL THOUGH, TORNADOES ASSOCIATED WITH HURRICANES
ARE LESS INTENSE THAN THOSE THAT OCCUR IN THE GREAT PLAINS.
NONETHELESS, THE EFFECTS OF TORNADOES, ADDED TO THE LARGER AREA OF
HURRICANE-FORCE WINDS, CAN PRODUCE SUBSTANTIAL DAMAGE.
FORTUNATELY, HURRICANE-SPAWNED TORNADOES ARE INFREQUENT IN
NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND.


QUESTION OF THE DAY: HOW OFTEN DO WE GET HURRICANES OF EACH CATEGORY
IN MAINE AND NEW HAMPSHIRE?

THE NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER ESTIMATES "RETURN PERIODS" FOR THE
VARIOUS CATEGORIES OF HURRICANES FOR LOCATIONS ALONG THE EAST AND
GULF COASTS.  IN THIS DETERMINATION, THE LIKELIHOOD OF THE CENTER
OF A HURRICANE PASSING WITHIN 75 MILES OF A LOCATION IS ESTIMATED.
HOWEVER, BECAUSE NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND DOES NOT HAVE MANY STRONG
HURRICANES, IT IS DIFFICULT TO DETERMINE THE FREQUENCY OF THE
STRONGER HURRICANES.

CATEGORY       RETURN PERIOD
               NH AND SW ME
   1             30 YEARS
   2            150 YEARS
   3            400 YEARS


FACT FOR THE DAY:  THE STRONGEST WINDS IN A HURRICANE USUALLY OCCUR
ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE TRACK.  IF A HURRICANE MAKES LANDFALL ON
THE NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND COAST, THE STRONGEST WINDS WILL BE TO THE
EAST OF THE CENTER OF THE STORM.  IN CONTRAST, MOST OF THE
PRECIPITATION FALLS ON THE LEFT SIDE OF THE STORM TRACK.  HURRICANE
GLORIA, WHICH MADE LANDFALL OVER LONG ISLAND AND SOUTHERN
CONNECTICUT AND TRAVELED WEST OF PORTLAND, PRODUCED WIND GUSTS OF
70 MPH IN PORTLAND, BUT PRODUCED ONLY 0.41 INCHES OF RAINFALL IN
THE CITY.


HERE`S A LIST OF THE OTHER TOPICS COVERED IN STATEMENTS ISSUED THIS
WEEK:

MONDAY - TROPICAL CYCLONES, TROPICAL STORMS, AND
         HURRICANES--THE BASICS
WEDNESDAY - STORM SURGE AND MARINE SAFETY
THURSDAY - INLAND FLOODING


FRIDAY - THE FORECAST PROCESS--STATEMENTS, WATCHES, AND WARNINGS

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT HURRICANES AND HURRICANE SAFETY,
VISIT THE NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER`S WEB SITE AT:
           HTTP://WWW.NHC.NOAA.GOV/

$$


JENSENIUS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
GRAY...MAINE
NNNN


000
NOUS43 KGLD 211203
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT TUE JUL 21 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 1996, A WELL PHOTOGRAPHED AND VIDEOGRAPHED TORNADO PICKED UP A
LARGE AMOUNT OF DIRT FROM A FIELD WHERE A FARMER HAD BEEN PLOWING
5 MILES NORTH OF COLBY KANSAS. THE TORNADO FIRST MOVED EAST FOR
ABOUT A HALF MILE AND THEN TURNED TO THE SOUTH SOUTHWEST FOR 2 AND
A HALF MILES. THE TORNADO DISSIPATED JUST AFTER CROSSING HIGHWAY
25. THE TORNADO DAMAGED A CORN FIELD, AN IRRIGATION SPRINKLER
SYSTEM, AND A THREE WHEEL ALL TERRAIN VEHICLE. THE TORNADO COULD
BE SEEN FROM 20 TO 30 MILES AWAY.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 211203
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT TUE JUL 21 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 1996, A WELL PHOTOGRAPHED AND VIDEOGRAPHED TORNADO PICKED UP A
LARGE AMOUNT OF DIRT FROM A FIELD WHERE A FARMER HAD BEEN PLOWING
5 MILES NORTH OF COLBY KANSAS. THE TORNADO FIRST MOVED EAST FOR
ABOUT A HALF MILE AND THEN TURNED TO THE SOUTH SOUTHWEST FOR 2 AND
A HALF MILES. THE TORNADO DISSIPATED JUST AFTER CROSSING HIGHWAY
25. THE TORNADO DAMAGED A CORN FIELD, AN IRRIGATION SPRINKLER
SYSTEM, AND A THREE WHEEL ALL TERRAIN VEHICLE. THE TORNADO COULD
BE SEEN FROM 20 TO 30 MILES AWAY.

$$



000
NOUS43 KGLD 211203
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT TUE JUL 21 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 1996, A WELL PHOTOGRAPHED AND VIDEOGRAPHED TORNADO PICKED UP A
LARGE AMOUNT OF DIRT FROM A FIELD WHERE A FARMER HAD BEEN PLOWING
5 MILES NORTH OF COLBY KANSAS. THE TORNADO FIRST MOVED EAST FOR
ABOUT A HALF MILE AND THEN TURNED TO THE SOUTH SOUTHWEST FOR 2 AND
A HALF MILES. THE TORNADO DISSIPATED JUST AFTER CROSSING HIGHWAY
25. THE TORNADO DAMAGED A CORN FIELD, AN IRRIGATION SPRINKLER
SYSTEM, AND A THREE WHEEL ALL TERRAIN VEHICLE. THE TORNADO COULD
BE SEEN FROM 20 TO 30 MILES AWAY.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 211203
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT TUE JUL 21 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 1996, A WELL PHOTOGRAPHED AND VIDEOGRAPHED TORNADO PICKED UP A
LARGE AMOUNT OF DIRT FROM A FIELD WHERE A FARMER HAD BEEN PLOWING
5 MILES NORTH OF COLBY KANSAS. THE TORNADO FIRST MOVED EAST FOR
ABOUT A HALF MILE AND THEN TURNED TO THE SOUTH SOUTHWEST FOR 2 AND
A HALF MILES. THE TORNADO DISSIPATED JUST AFTER CROSSING HIGHWAY
25. THE TORNADO DAMAGED A CORN FIELD, AN IRRIGATION SPRINKLER
SYSTEM, AND A THREE WHEEL ALL TERRAIN VEHICLE. THE TORNADO COULD
BE SEEN FROM 20 TO 30 MILES AWAY.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 211203
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT TUE JUL 21 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 1996, A WELL PHOTOGRAPHED AND VIDEOGRAPHED TORNADO PICKED UP A
LARGE AMOUNT OF DIRT FROM A FIELD WHERE A FARMER HAD BEEN PLOWING
5 MILES NORTH OF COLBY KANSAS. THE TORNADO FIRST MOVED EAST FOR
ABOUT A HALF MILE AND THEN TURNED TO THE SOUTH SOUTHWEST FOR 2 AND
A HALF MILES. THE TORNADO DISSIPATED JUST AFTER CROSSING HIGHWAY
25. THE TORNADO DAMAGED A CORN FIELD, AN IRRIGATION SPRINKLER
SYSTEM, AND A THREE WHEEL ALL TERRAIN VEHICLE. THE TORNADO COULD
BE SEEN FROM 20 TO 30 MILES AWAY.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 211203
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT TUE JUL 21 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 1996, A WELL PHOTOGRAPHED AND VIDEOGRAPHED TORNADO PICKED UP A
LARGE AMOUNT OF DIRT FROM A FIELD WHERE A FARMER HAD BEEN PLOWING
5 MILES NORTH OF COLBY KANSAS. THE TORNADO FIRST MOVED EAST FOR
ABOUT A HALF MILE AND THEN TURNED TO THE SOUTH SOUTHWEST FOR 2 AND
A HALF MILES. THE TORNADO DISSIPATED JUST AFTER CROSSING HIGHWAY
25. THE TORNADO DAMAGED A CORN FIELD, AN IRRIGATION SPRINKLER
SYSTEM, AND A THREE WHEEL ALL TERRAIN VEHICLE. THE TORNADO COULD
BE SEEN FROM 20 TO 30 MILES AWAY.

$$


000
NOUS45 KSLC 210232
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
830 PM MDT MON JUL 20 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS RAINFALL AND PEAK WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 800 PM.

***** PRECIP REPORTS *****                 TIME      PRECIP

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     8 PM MON     0.07
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          8 PM MON     0.06
LBW PARADISE - 4859 FT                   5 PM MON     0.06
LOGAN RIVER ABV STATE DAM - 4805 FT      8 PM MON     0.05
LBW SOUTHFORK - 5095 FT                  5 PM MON     0.05

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                   8 PM MON     0.18
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    8 PM MON     0.17
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    8 PM MON     0.17
LAYTON - 4770 FT                         3 PM MON     0.15
ROY                                     12 PM MON     0.14
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            8 PM MON     0.13
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     8 PM MON     0.13
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4590 FT                  8 PM MON     0.12
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                    8 PM MON     0.12
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT               8 PM MON     0.12
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                      7 PM MON     0.12
FARMINGTON - 4226 FT                     4 PM MON     0.12
CENTERVILLE - 4445 FT                    3 PM MON     0.12
CLEARFIELD UDOT - 4685 FT                8 PM MON     0.11
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                8 PM MON     0.10
OGDEN - 4285 FT                          7 PM MON     0.10
WEST BOUNTIFUL - 4231 FT                 9 AM MON     0.10
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       8 PM MON     0.09
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                8 PM MON     0.09
CLINTON - 4337 FT                        8 PM MON     0.09
CENTERVILLE - 4216 FT                    8 PM MON     0.08
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                       8 PM MON     0.08
BRIGHAM CITY - 4230 FT                   5 PM MON     0.08
CORINNE - 4238 FT                        5 PM MON     0.05

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
TOOELE - 5070 FT                         5 PM MON     0.17
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         8 PM MON     0.11
STANSBURY PARK - 4300 FT                 1 PM MON     0.11
SALT LAKE CITY - 5305 FT                 8 PM MON     0.08
VERNON - 5485 FT                         5 AM MON     0.07
TOOELE 2 - 4318 FT                       8 PM MON     0.06
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT         8 PM MON     0.06
GRANTSVILLE 2 W - 4480 FT                5 AM MON     0.06
MAGNA - 4400 FT                          8 PM MON     0.05
STOCKTON - 5087 FT                       7 AM MON     0.05
SALT LAKE TRIAD CENTER - 4280 FT         5 PM MON     0.04

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
LOWER CEDAR MTN - 4495 FT                8 PM MON     0.05

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
EDEN - 5337 FT                           5 PM MON     0.17
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                     8 PM MON     0.15
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        7 PM MON     0.15
MORGAN - 5059 FT                         8 PM MON     0.10
WANSHIP DAM - 5940 FT                    5 PM MON     0.03

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       8 PM MON     0.14
RANDOLPH UDOT - 6329 FT                  8 PM MON     0.09
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    7 PM MON     0.09
LAKETOWN UDOT - 5991 FT                  8 PM MON     0.06
LAKETOWN - 5980 FT                       5 PM MON     0.05
CITY CREEK WATER PLANT - 5330 FT         5 PM MON     0.05

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
ALTA - 8730 FT                           5 PM MON     0.03

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
BEAR RIVER - 8536 FT                     8 PM MON     0.07
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      8 PM MON     0.05
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 8 PM MON     0.05
WEBER RIVER NR OAKLEY 7NNE - 6653 FT     7 PM MON     0.05

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      8 PM MON     0.06

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
ENTERPRISE - 5384 FT                     8 PM MON     0.38
CEDAR CITY AIRPORT - 5627 FT             8 PM MON     0.22
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        7 PM MON     0.20
CEDAR CITY - 5895 FT                     8 PM MON     0.17
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT      8 PM MON     0.12
CEDAR CITY                               4 PM MON     0.12
NEW HARMONY - 5625 FT                    5 AM MON     0.11

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ST GEORGE - 2612 FT                      8 PM MON     0.44
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    7 PM MON     0.42
FT PIERCE WASH NR ST. GEORGE - 2810 FT   8 PM MON     0.33
ST. GEORGE - 2690 FT                     1 PM MON     0.28
ZION NATIONAL PARK - 5741 FT             8 PM MON     0.27
WHITE REEF - 3440 FT                     8 PM MON     0.26
ST GEORGE MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 2940 FT    8 PM MON     0.25
WASHINGTON - 2615 FT                     8 PM MON     0.17
HURRICANE - 3239 FT                      8 AM MON     0.09

...SOUTH CENTRAL UTAH...
KANAB - 4940 FT                          5 PM MON     0.34
TELEGRAPH FLAT - 5460 FT                 7 PM MON     0.10

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
HORSE HOLLOW - 6010 FT                   7 PM MON     0.09
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    8 PM MON     0.08
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     7 PM MON     0.07

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      7 PM MON     0.47
LAVA POINT RAWS - 7890 FT                7 PM MON     0.42
WILLOW GULCH - 6840 FT                   7 PM MON     0.40
GARDNER PEAK - 8350 FT                   7 PM MON     0.40
POWERHOUSE NR VEYO - 4600 FT             8 PM MON     0.37
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              7 PM MON     0.31
BRYCE CANYON - 7855 FT                   7 PM MON     0.26
BADGER SPRING - 3990 FT                  7 PM MON     0.18
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 7 PM MON     0.17
FISHLAKE D2 PT #2 - 7100 FT              7 PM MON     0.16
BUCK FLAT - 8000 FT                      8 PM MON     0.15
ASSAY - 8100 FT                          8 PM MON     0.15
LARB HOLLOW - 8490 FT                    8 PM MON     0.15
BRYCE CANYON AIRPORT - 7585 FT           8 PM MON     0.13
AGUA CANYON - 8890 FT                    8 PM MON     0.12
GREENVILLE BENCH PORTABLE - 6200 FT      8 PM MON     0.11
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      5 PM MON     0.08
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              8 PM MON     0.06

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    7 PM MON     0.07
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         8 PM MON     0.05
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT       8 PM MON     0.05

***** WIND REPORTS *****                   TIME     WINDSPEED

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT               11 AM MON     36 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
FLIGHT PARK SOUTH - 5202 FT              9 AM MON     37 MPH
MOUTH PARLEYS - 4915 FT                 11 AM MON     35 MPH

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
PIONEER CROSSING - 4650 FT               9 AM MON     35 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
GUNNISON ISLAND - 4242 FT               10 AM MON     44 MPH
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT             11 AM MON     41 MPH
EAGLE RANGE - 4239 FT                   10 AM MON     41 MPH
I-84 AT WHITES VALLEY - 5125 FT          9 AM MON     39 MPH
HAT ISLAND - 4242 FT                     9 AM MON     37 MPH
UTTR OASIS COMPOUND - 4437 FT           10 AM MON     36 MPH
UTTR THERMAL TREATMENT UNIT - 4915 FT   10 AM MON     35 MPH
DIDDLE KNOLL - 4265 FT                  10 AM MON     35 MPH
I-80 AT GRASSEY - 4650 FT                9 AM MON     35 MPH

...GLEN CANYON RECREATION AREA/LAKE POWELL...
BULLFROG MARINA - 3700 FT                2 PM MON     43 MPH

$$


000
NOUS45 KSLC 210232
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
830 PM MDT MON JUL 20 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS RAINFALL AND PEAK WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 800 PM.

***** PRECIP REPORTS *****                 TIME      PRECIP

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     8 PM MON     0.07
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          8 PM MON     0.06
LBW PARADISE - 4859 FT                   5 PM MON     0.06
LOGAN RIVER ABV STATE DAM - 4805 FT      8 PM MON     0.05
LBW SOUTHFORK - 5095 FT                  5 PM MON     0.05

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                   8 PM MON     0.18
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    8 PM MON     0.17
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    8 PM MON     0.17
LAYTON - 4770 FT                         3 PM MON     0.15
ROY                                     12 PM MON     0.14
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            8 PM MON     0.13
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     8 PM MON     0.13
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4590 FT                  8 PM MON     0.12
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                    8 PM MON     0.12
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT               8 PM MON     0.12
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                      7 PM MON     0.12
FARMINGTON - 4226 FT                     4 PM MON     0.12
CENTERVILLE - 4445 FT                    3 PM MON     0.12
CLEARFIELD UDOT - 4685 FT                8 PM MON     0.11
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                8 PM MON     0.10
OGDEN - 4285 FT                          7 PM MON     0.10
WEST BOUNTIFUL - 4231 FT                 9 AM MON     0.10
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       8 PM MON     0.09
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                8 PM MON     0.09
CLINTON - 4337 FT                        8 PM MON     0.09
CENTERVILLE - 4216 FT                    8 PM MON     0.08
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                       8 PM MON     0.08
BRIGHAM CITY - 4230 FT                   5 PM MON     0.08
CORINNE - 4238 FT                        5 PM MON     0.05

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
TOOELE - 5070 FT                         5 PM MON     0.17
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         8 PM MON     0.11
STANSBURY PARK - 4300 FT                 1 PM MON     0.11
SALT LAKE CITY - 5305 FT                 8 PM MON     0.08
VERNON - 5485 FT                         5 AM MON     0.07
TOOELE 2 - 4318 FT                       8 PM MON     0.06
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT         8 PM MON     0.06
GRANTSVILLE 2 W - 4480 FT                5 AM MON     0.06
MAGNA - 4400 FT                          8 PM MON     0.05
STOCKTON - 5087 FT                       7 AM MON     0.05
SALT LAKE TRIAD CENTER - 4280 FT         5 PM MON     0.04

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
LOWER CEDAR MTN - 4495 FT                8 PM MON     0.05

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
EDEN - 5337 FT                           5 PM MON     0.17
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                     8 PM MON     0.15
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        7 PM MON     0.15
MORGAN - 5059 FT                         8 PM MON     0.10
WANSHIP DAM - 5940 FT                    5 PM MON     0.03

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       8 PM MON     0.14
RANDOLPH UDOT - 6329 FT                  8 PM MON     0.09
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    7 PM MON     0.09
LAKETOWN UDOT - 5991 FT                  8 PM MON     0.06
LAKETOWN - 5980 FT                       5 PM MON     0.05
CITY CREEK WATER PLANT - 5330 FT         5 PM MON     0.05

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
ALTA - 8730 FT                           5 PM MON     0.03

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
BEAR RIVER - 8536 FT                     8 PM MON     0.07
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      8 PM MON     0.05
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 8 PM MON     0.05
WEBER RIVER NR OAKLEY 7NNE - 6653 FT     7 PM MON     0.05

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      8 PM MON     0.06

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
ENTERPRISE - 5384 FT                     8 PM MON     0.38
CEDAR CITY AIRPORT - 5627 FT             8 PM MON     0.22
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        7 PM MON     0.20
CEDAR CITY - 5895 FT                     8 PM MON     0.17
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT      8 PM MON     0.12
CEDAR CITY                               4 PM MON     0.12
NEW HARMONY - 5625 FT                    5 AM MON     0.11

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ST GEORGE - 2612 FT                      8 PM MON     0.44
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    7 PM MON     0.42
FT PIERCE WASH NR ST. GEORGE - 2810 FT   8 PM MON     0.33
ST. GEORGE - 2690 FT                     1 PM MON     0.28
ZION NATIONAL PARK - 5741 FT             8 PM MON     0.27
WHITE REEF - 3440 FT                     8 PM MON     0.26
ST GEORGE MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 2940 FT    8 PM MON     0.25
WASHINGTON - 2615 FT                     8 PM MON     0.17
HURRICANE - 3239 FT                      8 AM MON     0.09

...SOUTH CENTRAL UTAH...
KANAB - 4940 FT                          5 PM MON     0.34
TELEGRAPH FLAT - 5460 FT                 7 PM MON     0.10

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
HORSE HOLLOW - 6010 FT                   7 PM MON     0.09
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    8 PM MON     0.08
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     7 PM MON     0.07

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      7 PM MON     0.47
LAVA POINT RAWS - 7890 FT                7 PM MON     0.42
WILLOW GULCH - 6840 FT                   7 PM MON     0.40
GARDNER PEAK - 8350 FT                   7 PM MON     0.40
POWERHOUSE NR VEYO - 4600 FT             8 PM MON     0.37
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              7 PM MON     0.31
BRYCE CANYON - 7855 FT                   7 PM MON     0.26
BADGER SPRING - 3990 FT                  7 PM MON     0.18
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 7 PM MON     0.17
FISHLAKE D2 PT #2 - 7100 FT              7 PM MON     0.16
BUCK FLAT - 8000 FT                      8 PM MON     0.15
ASSAY - 8100 FT                          8 PM MON     0.15
LARB HOLLOW - 8490 FT                    8 PM MON     0.15
BRYCE CANYON AIRPORT - 7585 FT           8 PM MON     0.13
AGUA CANYON - 8890 FT                    8 PM MON     0.12
GREENVILLE BENCH PORTABLE - 6200 FT      8 PM MON     0.11
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      5 PM MON     0.08
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              8 PM MON     0.06

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    7 PM MON     0.07
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         8 PM MON     0.05
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT       8 PM MON     0.05

***** WIND REPORTS *****                   TIME     WINDSPEED

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT               11 AM MON     36 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
FLIGHT PARK SOUTH - 5202 FT              9 AM MON     37 MPH
MOUTH PARLEYS - 4915 FT                 11 AM MON     35 MPH

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
PIONEER CROSSING - 4650 FT               9 AM MON     35 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
GUNNISON ISLAND - 4242 FT               10 AM MON     44 MPH
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT             11 AM MON     41 MPH
EAGLE RANGE - 4239 FT                   10 AM MON     41 MPH
I-84 AT WHITES VALLEY - 5125 FT          9 AM MON     39 MPH
HAT ISLAND - 4242 FT                     9 AM MON     37 MPH
UTTR OASIS COMPOUND - 4437 FT           10 AM MON     36 MPH
UTTR THERMAL TREATMENT UNIT - 4915 FT   10 AM MON     35 MPH
DIDDLE KNOLL - 4265 FT                  10 AM MON     35 MPH
I-80 AT GRASSEY - 4650 FT                9 AM MON     35 MPH

...GLEN CANYON RECREATION AREA/LAKE POWELL...
BULLFROG MARINA - 3700 FT                2 PM MON     43 MPH

$$



000
NOUS45 KSLC 210232
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
830 PM MDT MON JUL 20 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS RAINFALL AND PEAK WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 800 PM.

***** PRECIP REPORTS *****                 TIME      PRECIP

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     8 PM MON     0.07
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          8 PM MON     0.06
LBW PARADISE - 4859 FT                   5 PM MON     0.06
LOGAN RIVER ABV STATE DAM - 4805 FT      8 PM MON     0.05
LBW SOUTHFORK - 5095 FT                  5 PM MON     0.05

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                   8 PM MON     0.18
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    8 PM MON     0.17
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    8 PM MON     0.17
LAYTON - 4770 FT                         3 PM MON     0.15
ROY                                     12 PM MON     0.14
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            8 PM MON     0.13
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     8 PM MON     0.13
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4590 FT                  8 PM MON     0.12
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                    8 PM MON     0.12
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT               8 PM MON     0.12
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                      7 PM MON     0.12
FARMINGTON - 4226 FT                     4 PM MON     0.12
CENTERVILLE - 4445 FT                    3 PM MON     0.12
CLEARFIELD UDOT - 4685 FT                8 PM MON     0.11
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                8 PM MON     0.10
OGDEN - 4285 FT                          7 PM MON     0.10
WEST BOUNTIFUL - 4231 FT                 9 AM MON     0.10
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       8 PM MON     0.09
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                8 PM MON     0.09
CLINTON - 4337 FT                        8 PM MON     0.09
CENTERVILLE - 4216 FT                    8 PM MON     0.08
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                       8 PM MON     0.08
BRIGHAM CITY - 4230 FT                   5 PM MON     0.08
CORINNE - 4238 FT                        5 PM MON     0.05

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
TOOELE - 5070 FT                         5 PM MON     0.17
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         8 PM MON     0.11
STANSBURY PARK - 4300 FT                 1 PM MON     0.11
SALT LAKE CITY - 5305 FT                 8 PM MON     0.08
VERNON - 5485 FT                         5 AM MON     0.07
TOOELE 2 - 4318 FT                       8 PM MON     0.06
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT         8 PM MON     0.06
GRANTSVILLE 2 W - 4480 FT                5 AM MON     0.06
MAGNA - 4400 FT                          8 PM MON     0.05
STOCKTON - 5087 FT                       7 AM MON     0.05
SALT LAKE TRIAD CENTER - 4280 FT         5 PM MON     0.04

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
LOWER CEDAR MTN - 4495 FT                8 PM MON     0.05

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
EDEN - 5337 FT                           5 PM MON     0.17
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                     8 PM MON     0.15
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        7 PM MON     0.15
MORGAN - 5059 FT                         8 PM MON     0.10
WANSHIP DAM - 5940 FT                    5 PM MON     0.03

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       8 PM MON     0.14
RANDOLPH UDOT - 6329 FT                  8 PM MON     0.09
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    7 PM MON     0.09
LAKETOWN UDOT - 5991 FT                  8 PM MON     0.06
LAKETOWN - 5980 FT                       5 PM MON     0.05
CITY CREEK WATER PLANT - 5330 FT         5 PM MON     0.05

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
ALTA - 8730 FT                           5 PM MON     0.03

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
BEAR RIVER - 8536 FT                     8 PM MON     0.07
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      8 PM MON     0.05
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 8 PM MON     0.05
WEBER RIVER NR OAKLEY 7NNE - 6653 FT     7 PM MON     0.05

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      8 PM MON     0.06

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
ENTERPRISE - 5384 FT                     8 PM MON     0.38
CEDAR CITY AIRPORT - 5627 FT             8 PM MON     0.22
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        7 PM MON     0.20
CEDAR CITY - 5895 FT                     8 PM MON     0.17
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT      8 PM MON     0.12
CEDAR CITY                               4 PM MON     0.12
NEW HARMONY - 5625 FT                    5 AM MON     0.11

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ST GEORGE - 2612 FT                      8 PM MON     0.44
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    7 PM MON     0.42
FT PIERCE WASH NR ST. GEORGE - 2810 FT   8 PM MON     0.33
ST. GEORGE - 2690 FT                     1 PM MON     0.28
ZION NATIONAL PARK - 5741 FT             8 PM MON     0.27
WHITE REEF - 3440 FT                     8 PM MON     0.26
ST GEORGE MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 2940 FT    8 PM MON     0.25
WASHINGTON - 2615 FT                     8 PM MON     0.17
HURRICANE - 3239 FT                      8 AM MON     0.09

...SOUTH CENTRAL UTAH...
KANAB - 4940 FT                          5 PM MON     0.34
TELEGRAPH FLAT - 5460 FT                 7 PM MON     0.10

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
HORSE HOLLOW - 6010 FT                   7 PM MON     0.09
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    8 PM MON     0.08
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     7 PM MON     0.07

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      7 PM MON     0.47
LAVA POINT RAWS - 7890 FT                7 PM MON     0.42
WILLOW GULCH - 6840 FT                   7 PM MON     0.40
GARDNER PEAK - 8350 FT                   7 PM MON     0.40
POWERHOUSE NR VEYO - 4600 FT             8 PM MON     0.37
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              7 PM MON     0.31
BRYCE CANYON - 7855 FT                   7 PM MON     0.26
BADGER SPRING - 3990 FT                  7 PM MON     0.18
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 7 PM MON     0.17
FISHLAKE D2 PT #2 - 7100 FT              7 PM MON     0.16
BUCK FLAT - 8000 FT                      8 PM MON     0.15
ASSAY - 8100 FT                          8 PM MON     0.15
LARB HOLLOW - 8490 FT                    8 PM MON     0.15
BRYCE CANYON AIRPORT - 7585 FT           8 PM MON     0.13
AGUA CANYON - 8890 FT                    8 PM MON     0.12
GREENVILLE BENCH PORTABLE - 6200 FT      8 PM MON     0.11
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      5 PM MON     0.08
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              8 PM MON     0.06

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    7 PM MON     0.07
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         8 PM MON     0.05
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT       8 PM MON     0.05

***** WIND REPORTS *****                   TIME     WINDSPEED

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT               11 AM MON     36 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
FLIGHT PARK SOUTH - 5202 FT              9 AM MON     37 MPH
MOUTH PARLEYS - 4915 FT                 11 AM MON     35 MPH

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
PIONEER CROSSING - 4650 FT               9 AM MON     35 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
GUNNISON ISLAND - 4242 FT               10 AM MON     44 MPH
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT             11 AM MON     41 MPH
EAGLE RANGE - 4239 FT                   10 AM MON     41 MPH
I-84 AT WHITES VALLEY - 5125 FT          9 AM MON     39 MPH
HAT ISLAND - 4242 FT                     9 AM MON     37 MPH
UTTR OASIS COMPOUND - 4437 FT           10 AM MON     36 MPH
UTTR THERMAL TREATMENT UNIT - 4915 FT   10 AM MON     35 MPH
DIDDLE KNOLL - 4265 FT                  10 AM MON     35 MPH
I-80 AT GRASSEY - 4650 FT                9 AM MON     35 MPH

...GLEN CANYON RECREATION AREA/LAKE POWELL...
BULLFROG MARINA - 3700 FT                2 PM MON     43 MPH

$$


000
NOUS45 KSLC 210232
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
830 PM MDT MON JUL 20 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS RAINFALL AND PEAK WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 800 PM.

***** PRECIP REPORTS *****                 TIME      PRECIP

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     8 PM MON     0.07
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          8 PM MON     0.06
LBW PARADISE - 4859 FT                   5 PM MON     0.06
LOGAN RIVER ABV STATE DAM - 4805 FT      8 PM MON     0.05
LBW SOUTHFORK - 5095 FT                  5 PM MON     0.05

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                   8 PM MON     0.18
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    8 PM MON     0.17
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    8 PM MON     0.17
LAYTON - 4770 FT                         3 PM MON     0.15
ROY                                     12 PM MON     0.14
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            8 PM MON     0.13
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     8 PM MON     0.13
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4590 FT                  8 PM MON     0.12
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                    8 PM MON     0.12
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT               8 PM MON     0.12
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                      7 PM MON     0.12
FARMINGTON - 4226 FT                     4 PM MON     0.12
CENTERVILLE - 4445 FT                    3 PM MON     0.12
CLEARFIELD UDOT - 4685 FT                8 PM MON     0.11
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                8 PM MON     0.10
OGDEN - 4285 FT                          7 PM MON     0.10
WEST BOUNTIFUL - 4231 FT                 9 AM MON     0.10
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       8 PM MON     0.09
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                8 PM MON     0.09
CLINTON - 4337 FT                        8 PM MON     0.09
CENTERVILLE - 4216 FT                    8 PM MON     0.08
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                       8 PM MON     0.08
BRIGHAM CITY - 4230 FT                   5 PM MON     0.08
CORINNE - 4238 FT                        5 PM MON     0.05

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
TOOELE - 5070 FT                         5 PM MON     0.17
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         8 PM MON     0.11
STANSBURY PARK - 4300 FT                 1 PM MON     0.11
SALT LAKE CITY - 5305 FT                 8 PM MON     0.08
VERNON - 5485 FT                         5 AM MON     0.07
TOOELE 2 - 4318 FT                       8 PM MON     0.06
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT         8 PM MON     0.06
GRANTSVILLE 2 W - 4480 FT                5 AM MON     0.06
MAGNA - 4400 FT                          8 PM MON     0.05
STOCKTON - 5087 FT                       7 AM MON     0.05
SALT LAKE TRIAD CENTER - 4280 FT         5 PM MON     0.04

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
LOWER CEDAR MTN - 4495 FT                8 PM MON     0.05

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
EDEN - 5337 FT                           5 PM MON     0.17
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                     8 PM MON     0.15
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        7 PM MON     0.15
MORGAN - 5059 FT                         8 PM MON     0.10
WANSHIP DAM - 5940 FT                    5 PM MON     0.03

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       8 PM MON     0.14
RANDOLPH UDOT - 6329 FT                  8 PM MON     0.09
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    7 PM MON     0.09
LAKETOWN UDOT - 5991 FT                  8 PM MON     0.06
LAKETOWN - 5980 FT                       5 PM MON     0.05
CITY CREEK WATER PLANT - 5330 FT         5 PM MON     0.05

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
ALTA - 8730 FT                           5 PM MON     0.03

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
BEAR RIVER - 8536 FT                     8 PM MON     0.07
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      8 PM MON     0.05
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 8 PM MON     0.05
WEBER RIVER NR OAKLEY 7NNE - 6653 FT     7 PM MON     0.05

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      8 PM MON     0.06

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
ENTERPRISE - 5384 FT                     8 PM MON     0.38
CEDAR CITY AIRPORT - 5627 FT             8 PM MON     0.22
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        7 PM MON     0.20
CEDAR CITY - 5895 FT                     8 PM MON     0.17
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT      8 PM MON     0.12
CEDAR CITY                               4 PM MON     0.12
NEW HARMONY - 5625 FT                    5 AM MON     0.11

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ST GEORGE - 2612 FT                      8 PM MON     0.44
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    7 PM MON     0.42
FT PIERCE WASH NR ST. GEORGE - 2810 FT   8 PM MON     0.33
ST. GEORGE - 2690 FT                     1 PM MON     0.28
ZION NATIONAL PARK - 5741 FT             8 PM MON     0.27
WHITE REEF - 3440 FT                     8 PM MON     0.26
ST GEORGE MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 2940 FT    8 PM MON     0.25
WASHINGTON - 2615 FT                     8 PM MON     0.17
HURRICANE - 3239 FT                      8 AM MON     0.09

...SOUTH CENTRAL UTAH...
KANAB - 4940 FT                          5 PM MON     0.34
TELEGRAPH FLAT - 5460 FT                 7 PM MON     0.10

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
HORSE HOLLOW - 6010 FT                   7 PM MON     0.09
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    8 PM MON     0.08
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     7 PM MON     0.07

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      7 PM MON     0.47
LAVA POINT RAWS - 7890 FT                7 PM MON     0.42
WILLOW GULCH - 6840 FT                   7 PM MON     0.40
GARDNER PEAK - 8350 FT                   7 PM MON     0.40
POWERHOUSE NR VEYO - 4600 FT             8 PM MON     0.37
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              7 PM MON     0.31
BRYCE CANYON - 7855 FT                   7 PM MON     0.26
BADGER SPRING - 3990 FT                  7 PM MON     0.18
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 7 PM MON     0.17
FISHLAKE D2 PT #2 - 7100 FT              7 PM MON     0.16
BUCK FLAT - 8000 FT                      8 PM MON     0.15
ASSAY - 8100 FT                          8 PM MON     0.15
LARB HOLLOW - 8490 FT                    8 PM MON     0.15
BRYCE CANYON AIRPORT - 7585 FT           8 PM MON     0.13
AGUA CANYON - 8890 FT                    8 PM MON     0.12
GREENVILLE BENCH PORTABLE - 6200 FT      8 PM MON     0.11
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      5 PM MON     0.08
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              8 PM MON     0.06

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    7 PM MON     0.07
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         8 PM MON     0.05
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT       8 PM MON     0.05

***** WIND REPORTS *****                   TIME     WINDSPEED

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT               11 AM MON     36 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
FLIGHT PARK SOUTH - 5202 FT              9 AM MON     37 MPH
MOUTH PARLEYS - 4915 FT                 11 AM MON     35 MPH

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
PIONEER CROSSING - 4650 FT               9 AM MON     35 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
GUNNISON ISLAND - 4242 FT               10 AM MON     44 MPH
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT             11 AM MON     41 MPH
EAGLE RANGE - 4239 FT                   10 AM MON     41 MPH
I-84 AT WHITES VALLEY - 5125 FT          9 AM MON     39 MPH
HAT ISLAND - 4242 FT                     9 AM MON     37 MPH
UTTR OASIS COMPOUND - 4437 FT           10 AM MON     36 MPH
UTTR THERMAL TREATMENT UNIT - 4915 FT   10 AM MON     35 MPH
DIDDLE KNOLL - 4265 FT                  10 AM MON     35 MPH
I-80 AT GRASSEY - 4650 FT                9 AM MON     35 MPH

...GLEN CANYON RECREATION AREA/LAKE POWELL...
BULLFROG MARINA - 3700 FT                2 PM MON     43 MPH

$$



000
NOUS45 KSLC 201944
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
142 PM MDT MON JUL 20 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS RAINFALL AND PEAK WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 100 PM.


***** PRECIP REPORTS *****                 TIME      PRECIP

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     1 PM MON     0.07
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          1 PM MON     0.06
LBW PARADISE - 4859 FT                   1 PM MON     0.06
LBW SOUTHFORK - 5095 FT                  1 PM MON     0.05
LOGAN RIVER ABV STATE DAM - 4805 FT      1 PM MON     0.05

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                   1 PM MON     0.18
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    1 PM MON     0.17
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    1 PM MON     0.17
LAYTON - 4770 FT                         1 PM MON     0.15
ROY                                     12 PM MON     0.14
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            1 PM MON     0.13
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     1 PM MON     0.13
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                    1 PM MON     0.12
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                      1 PM MON     0.12
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT               1 PM MON     0.12
FARMINGTON - 4226 FT                     1 PM MON     0.12
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4590 FT                  1 PM MON     0.12
CLEARFIELD UDOT - 4685 FT                1 PM MON     0.11
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                1 PM MON     0.10
OGDEN - 4285 FT                          1 PM MON     0.10
WEST BOUNTIFUL - 4231 FT                 9 AM MON     0.10
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       1 PM MON     0.09
CLINTON - 4337 FT                        1 PM MON     0.09
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                1 PM MON     0.09
CENTERVILLE - 4216 FT                    1 PM MON     0.08
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                       1 PM MON     0.08
CORINNE - 4238 FT                        1 PM MON     0.05

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
STANSBURY PARK - 4300 FT                 1 PM MON     0.11
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         1 PM MON     0.11
SALT LAKE CITY - 5305 FT                 1 PM MON     0.08
VERNON - 5485 FT                         5 AM MON     0.07
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT         1 PM MON     0.06
TOOELE 2 - 4318 FT                       1 PM MON     0.06
GRANTSVILLE 2 W - 4480 FT                5 AM MON     0.06
MAGNA - 4400 FT                          1 PM MON     0.05
STOCKTON - 5087 FT                       7 AM MON     0.05

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
LOWER CEDAR MTN - 4495 FT                1 PM MON     0.05

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                     1 PM MON     0.15
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT       12 PM MON     0.15
MORGAN - 5059 FT                         1 PM MON     0.10

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       1 PM MON     0.14
RANDOLPH UDOT - 6329 FT                  1 PM MON     0.08
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                   12 PM MON     0.08
LAKETOWN UDOT - 5991 FT                  1 PM MON     0.06

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
BEAR RIVER - 8536 FT                     1 PM MON     0.07
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      1 PM MON     0.05
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 1 PM MON     0.05
WEBER RIVER NR OAKLEY 7NNE - 6653 FT     1 PM MON     0.05

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      1 PM MON     0.05

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
ENTERPRISE - 5384 FT                     1 PM MON     0.23
CEDAR CITY AIRPORT - 5627 FT             1 PM MON     0.18
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        1 PM MON     0.11
NEW HARMONY - 5625 FT                    5 AM MON     0.11
CEDAR CITY - 5895 FT                     1 PM MON     0.10

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    1 PM MON     0.41
FT PIERCE WASH NR ST. GEORGE - 2810 FT   1 PM MON     0.32
ST. GEORGE - 2690 FT                     1 PM MON     0.28
ZION NATIONAL PARK - 5741 FT             1 PM MON     0.24
WHITE REEF - 3440 FT                     1 PM MON     0.23
ST GEORGE MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 2940 FT    1 PM MON     0.22
WASHINGTON - 2615 FT                     1 PM MON     0.15
HURRICANE - 3239 FT                      8 AM MON     0.09

...SOUTH CENTRAL UTAH...
TELEGRAPH FLAT - 5460 FT                12 PM MON     0.07

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
LAVA POINT RAWS - 7890 FT                1 PM MON     0.38
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                     12 PM MON     0.38
POWERHOUSE NR VEYO - 4600 FT             1 PM MON     0.29
BADGER SPRING - 3990 FT                 12 PM MON     0.18
ASSAY - 8100 FT                          1 PM MON     0.10
WILLOW GULCH - 6840 FT                  12 PM MON     0.10
GARDNER PEAK - 8350 FT                  12 PM MON     0.10
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      1 PM MON     0.05

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         1 PM MON     0.05
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                   12 PM MON     0.05

***** WIND REPORTS *****                   TIME     WINDSPEED

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT               11 AM MON     36 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
FLIGHT PARK SOUTH - 5202 FT              9 AM MON     37 MPH
MOUTH PARLEYS - 4915 FT                 11 AM MON     35 MPH

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
PIONEER CROSSING - 4650 FT               9 AM MON     35 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT             11 AM MON     41 MPH
EAGLE RANGE - 4239 FT                   10 AM MON     41 MPH
I-84 AT WHITES VALLEY - 5125 FT          9 AM MON     39 MPH
HAT ISLAND - 4242 FT                     9 AM MON     37 MPH
UTTR THERMAL TREATMENT UNIT - 4915 FT   10 AM MON     35 MPH
DIDDLE KNOLL - 4265 FT                  10 AM MON     35 MPH
I-80 AT GRASSEY - 4650 FT                9 AM MON     35 MPH

$$


000
NOUS45 KSLC 201944
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
142 PM MDT MON JUL 20 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS RAINFALL AND PEAK WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 100 PM.


***** PRECIP REPORTS *****                 TIME      PRECIP

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     1 PM MON     0.07
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          1 PM MON     0.06
LBW PARADISE - 4859 FT                   1 PM MON     0.06
LBW SOUTHFORK - 5095 FT                  1 PM MON     0.05
LOGAN RIVER ABV STATE DAM - 4805 FT      1 PM MON     0.05

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                   1 PM MON     0.18
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    1 PM MON     0.17
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    1 PM MON     0.17
LAYTON - 4770 FT                         1 PM MON     0.15
ROY                                     12 PM MON     0.14
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            1 PM MON     0.13
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     1 PM MON     0.13
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                    1 PM MON     0.12
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                      1 PM MON     0.12
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT               1 PM MON     0.12
FARMINGTON - 4226 FT                     1 PM MON     0.12
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4590 FT                  1 PM MON     0.12
CLEARFIELD UDOT - 4685 FT                1 PM MON     0.11
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                1 PM MON     0.10
OGDEN - 4285 FT                          1 PM MON     0.10
WEST BOUNTIFUL - 4231 FT                 9 AM MON     0.10
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       1 PM MON     0.09
CLINTON - 4337 FT                        1 PM MON     0.09
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                1 PM MON     0.09
CENTERVILLE - 4216 FT                    1 PM MON     0.08
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                       1 PM MON     0.08
CORINNE - 4238 FT                        1 PM MON     0.05

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
STANSBURY PARK - 4300 FT                 1 PM MON     0.11
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         1 PM MON     0.11
SALT LAKE CITY - 5305 FT                 1 PM MON     0.08
VERNON - 5485 FT                         5 AM MON     0.07
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT         1 PM MON     0.06
TOOELE 2 - 4318 FT                       1 PM MON     0.06
GRANTSVILLE 2 W - 4480 FT                5 AM MON     0.06
MAGNA - 4400 FT                          1 PM MON     0.05
STOCKTON - 5087 FT                       7 AM MON     0.05

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
LOWER CEDAR MTN - 4495 FT                1 PM MON     0.05

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                     1 PM MON     0.15
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT       12 PM MON     0.15
MORGAN - 5059 FT                         1 PM MON     0.10

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       1 PM MON     0.14
RANDOLPH UDOT - 6329 FT                  1 PM MON     0.08
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                   12 PM MON     0.08
LAKETOWN UDOT - 5991 FT                  1 PM MON     0.06

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
BEAR RIVER - 8536 FT                     1 PM MON     0.07
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      1 PM MON     0.05
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 1 PM MON     0.05
WEBER RIVER NR OAKLEY 7NNE - 6653 FT     1 PM MON     0.05

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      1 PM MON     0.05

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
ENTERPRISE - 5384 FT                     1 PM MON     0.23
CEDAR CITY AIRPORT - 5627 FT             1 PM MON     0.18
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        1 PM MON     0.11
NEW HARMONY - 5625 FT                    5 AM MON     0.11
CEDAR CITY - 5895 FT                     1 PM MON     0.10

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    1 PM MON     0.41
FT PIERCE WASH NR ST. GEORGE - 2810 FT   1 PM MON     0.32
ST. GEORGE - 2690 FT                     1 PM MON     0.28
ZION NATIONAL PARK - 5741 FT             1 PM MON     0.24
WHITE REEF - 3440 FT                     1 PM MON     0.23
ST GEORGE MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 2940 FT    1 PM MON     0.22
WASHINGTON - 2615 FT                     1 PM MON     0.15
HURRICANE - 3239 FT                      8 AM MON     0.09

...SOUTH CENTRAL UTAH...
TELEGRAPH FLAT - 5460 FT                12 PM MON     0.07

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
LAVA POINT RAWS - 7890 FT                1 PM MON     0.38
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                     12 PM MON     0.38
POWERHOUSE NR VEYO - 4600 FT             1 PM MON     0.29
BADGER SPRING - 3990 FT                 12 PM MON     0.18
ASSAY - 8100 FT                          1 PM MON     0.10
WILLOW GULCH - 6840 FT                  12 PM MON     0.10
GARDNER PEAK - 8350 FT                  12 PM MON     0.10
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      1 PM MON     0.05

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         1 PM MON     0.05
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                   12 PM MON     0.05

***** WIND REPORTS *****                   TIME     WINDSPEED

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT               11 AM MON     36 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
FLIGHT PARK SOUTH - 5202 FT              9 AM MON     37 MPH
MOUTH PARLEYS - 4915 FT                 11 AM MON     35 MPH

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
PIONEER CROSSING - 4650 FT               9 AM MON     35 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT             11 AM MON     41 MPH
EAGLE RANGE - 4239 FT                   10 AM MON     41 MPH
I-84 AT WHITES VALLEY - 5125 FT          9 AM MON     39 MPH
HAT ISLAND - 4242 FT                     9 AM MON     37 MPH
UTTR THERMAL TREATMENT UNIT - 4915 FT   10 AM MON     35 MPH
DIDDLE KNOLL - 4265 FT                  10 AM MON     35 MPH
I-80 AT GRASSEY - 4650 FT                9 AM MON     35 MPH

$$



000
NOUS45 KSLC 201944
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
142 PM MDT MON JUL 20 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS RAINFALL AND PEAK WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 100 PM.


***** PRECIP REPORTS *****                 TIME      PRECIP

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     1 PM MON     0.07
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          1 PM MON     0.06
LBW PARADISE - 4859 FT                   1 PM MON     0.06
LBW SOUTHFORK - 5095 FT                  1 PM MON     0.05
LOGAN RIVER ABV STATE DAM - 4805 FT      1 PM MON     0.05

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                   1 PM MON     0.18
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    1 PM MON     0.17
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    1 PM MON     0.17
LAYTON - 4770 FT                         1 PM MON     0.15
ROY                                     12 PM MON     0.14
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            1 PM MON     0.13
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     1 PM MON     0.13
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                    1 PM MON     0.12
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                      1 PM MON     0.12
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT               1 PM MON     0.12
FARMINGTON - 4226 FT                     1 PM MON     0.12
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4590 FT                  1 PM MON     0.12
CLEARFIELD UDOT - 4685 FT                1 PM MON     0.11
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                1 PM MON     0.10
OGDEN - 4285 FT                          1 PM MON     0.10
WEST BOUNTIFUL - 4231 FT                 9 AM MON     0.10
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       1 PM MON     0.09
CLINTON - 4337 FT                        1 PM MON     0.09
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                1 PM MON     0.09
CENTERVILLE - 4216 FT                    1 PM MON     0.08
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                       1 PM MON     0.08
CORINNE - 4238 FT                        1 PM MON     0.05

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
STANSBURY PARK - 4300 FT                 1 PM MON     0.11
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         1 PM MON     0.11
SALT LAKE CITY - 5305 FT                 1 PM MON     0.08
VERNON - 5485 FT                         5 AM MON     0.07
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT         1 PM MON     0.06
TOOELE 2 - 4318 FT                       1 PM MON     0.06
GRANTSVILLE 2 W - 4480 FT                5 AM MON     0.06
MAGNA - 4400 FT                          1 PM MON     0.05
STOCKTON - 5087 FT                       7 AM MON     0.05

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
LOWER CEDAR MTN - 4495 FT                1 PM MON     0.05

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                     1 PM MON     0.15
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT       12 PM MON     0.15
MORGAN - 5059 FT                         1 PM MON     0.10

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       1 PM MON     0.14
RANDOLPH UDOT - 6329 FT                  1 PM MON     0.08
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                   12 PM MON     0.08
LAKETOWN UDOT - 5991 FT                  1 PM MON     0.06

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
BEAR RIVER - 8536 FT                     1 PM MON     0.07
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      1 PM MON     0.05
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 1 PM MON     0.05
WEBER RIVER NR OAKLEY 7NNE - 6653 FT     1 PM MON     0.05

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      1 PM MON     0.05

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
ENTERPRISE - 5384 FT                     1 PM MON     0.23
CEDAR CITY AIRPORT - 5627 FT             1 PM MON     0.18
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        1 PM MON     0.11
NEW HARMONY - 5625 FT                    5 AM MON     0.11
CEDAR CITY - 5895 FT                     1 PM MON     0.10

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    1 PM MON     0.41
FT PIERCE WASH NR ST. GEORGE - 2810 FT   1 PM MON     0.32
ST. GEORGE - 2690 FT                     1 PM MON     0.28
ZION NATIONAL PARK - 5741 FT             1 PM MON     0.24
WHITE REEF - 3440 FT                     1 PM MON     0.23
ST GEORGE MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 2940 FT    1 PM MON     0.22
WASHINGTON - 2615 FT                     1 PM MON     0.15
HURRICANE - 3239 FT                      8 AM MON     0.09

...SOUTH CENTRAL UTAH...
TELEGRAPH FLAT - 5460 FT                12 PM MON     0.07

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
LAVA POINT RAWS - 7890 FT                1 PM MON     0.38
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                     12 PM MON     0.38
POWERHOUSE NR VEYO - 4600 FT             1 PM MON     0.29
BADGER SPRING - 3990 FT                 12 PM MON     0.18
ASSAY - 8100 FT                          1 PM MON     0.10
WILLOW GULCH - 6840 FT                  12 PM MON     0.10
GARDNER PEAK - 8350 FT                  12 PM MON     0.10
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      1 PM MON     0.05

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         1 PM MON     0.05
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                   12 PM MON     0.05

***** WIND REPORTS *****                   TIME     WINDSPEED

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT               11 AM MON     36 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
FLIGHT PARK SOUTH - 5202 FT              9 AM MON     37 MPH
MOUTH PARLEYS - 4915 FT                 11 AM MON     35 MPH

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
PIONEER CROSSING - 4650 FT               9 AM MON     35 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT             11 AM MON     41 MPH
EAGLE RANGE - 4239 FT                   10 AM MON     41 MPH
I-84 AT WHITES VALLEY - 5125 FT          9 AM MON     39 MPH
HAT ISLAND - 4242 FT                     9 AM MON     37 MPH
UTTR THERMAL TREATMENT UNIT - 4915 FT   10 AM MON     35 MPH
DIDDLE KNOLL - 4265 FT                  10 AM MON     35 MPH
I-80 AT GRASSEY - 4650 FT                9 AM MON     35 MPH

$$


000
NOUS45 KGJT 201914
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
114 PM MDT MON JUL 20 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION REPORTS FROM
WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH, ENDING MONDAY MORNING AT THE
TIMES NOTED WITH EACH REPORT. AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.


**********************24 HOUR PRECIPITATION**********************

LOCATION              24 HOUR     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     PRECIPITATION           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

COLORADO

...DELTA COUNTY...
   HOTCHKISS 7.1 WNW     0.02   702 AM  7/20  COCORAHS
   CEDAREDGE 1.0 NE      0.01   701 AM  7/20  COCORAHS

...EAGLE COUNTY...
   BASALT 5.8 E          0.11   820 AM  7/20  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 5.7 E      0.04   735 AM  7/20  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2.3 N         0.02   716 AM  7/20  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2N            0.02   800 AM  7/20  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   VAIL 0.9 WNW          0.02   634 AM  7/20  COCORAHS

...GARFIELD COUNTY...
   CARBONDALE 0.3 WNW    0.04   958 AM  7/20  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 0.5 W      0.04   641 AM  7/20  COCORAHS
   RIFLE                 0.03   100 AM  7/20  AVIATION SITE
   RIFLE .96 NNW         0.03   947 AM  7/20  COCORAHS

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   GUNNISON 6.6 N        0.07   742 AM  7/20  COCORAHS
   CIMARRON 11.2 S       0.03   718 AM  7/20  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 3SW          0.01   900 AM  7/20  W CO COOP SITE

...MESA COUNTY...
   GRAND JUNCTION        0.09   100 AM  7/20  AVIATION SITE
   MESA 6S               0.03   700 AM  7/20  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   PALISADE 3.3 ENE      0.03   718 AM  7/20  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 4.1 W  0.01   710 AM  7/20  COCORAHS
   COLLBRAN 2SW          0.01   900 AM  7/20  W CO COOP SITE
   COLORADO NM           0.01   900 AM  7/20  W CO COOP SITE

...MOFFAT COUNTY...
   CRAIG                 0.09   100 AM  7/20  AVIATION SITE
   CRAIG 30N             0.01   100 AM  7/20  W CO CRN SITE

...MONTEZUMA COUNTY...
   CORTEZ 8SE            0.01   100 AM  7/20  W CO CRN SITE
   CORTEZ                0.01   100 AM  7/20  AVIATION SITE

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   MONTROSE 11ENE        0.09   100 AM  7/20  W CO CRN SITE
   MONTROSE              0.04   100 AM  7/20  AVIATION SITE
   MONTROSE 8.1 WNW      0.03   620 AM  7/20  COCORAHS
   OLATHE 3.2 NNE        0.02   650 AM  7/20  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 3.9 WNW      0.01   810 AM  7/20  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.6 E        0.01   711 AM  7/20  COCORAHS
   BLACK CANYON NP       0.01   900 AM  7/20  W CO COOP SITE
   MONTROSE 2.0 E        0.01   754 AM  7/20  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 4.0 NW       0.01   817 AM  7/20  COCORAHS

...OURAY COUNTY...
   RIDGWAY 3.3 NNW       0.02   729 AM  7/20  COCORAHS

...PITKIN COUNTY...
   ASPEN                 0.20   100 AM  7/20  AVIATION SITE

...RIO BLANCO COUNTY...
   MEEKER                0.38   100 AM  7/20  AVIATION SITE
   MEEKER 15W            0.36   100 AM  7/20  W CO CRN SITE

...ROUTT COUNTY...
   OAK CREEK 5.5 E       0.01   709 AM  7/20  COCORAHS

...SAN JUAN COUNTY...
   SILVERTON             0.02   800 AM  7/20  W CO COOP SITE

UTAH

...SAN JUAN COUNTY...
   BLUFF 32NW            0.27   100 AM  7/20  E UT CRN SITE

$$

MMS


000
NOUS45 KGJT 201914
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
114 PM MDT MON JUL 20 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION REPORTS FROM
WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH, ENDING MONDAY MORNING AT THE
TIMES NOTED WITH EACH REPORT. AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.


**********************24 HOUR PRECIPITATION**********************

LOCATION              24 HOUR     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     PRECIPITATION           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

COLORADO

...DELTA COUNTY...
   HOTCHKISS 7.1 WNW     0.02   702 AM  7/20  COCORAHS
   CEDAREDGE 1.0 NE      0.01   701 AM  7/20  COCORAHS

...EAGLE COUNTY...
   BASALT 5.8 E          0.11   820 AM  7/20  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 5.7 E      0.04   735 AM  7/20  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2.3 N         0.02   716 AM  7/20  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2N            0.02   800 AM  7/20  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   VAIL 0.9 WNW          0.02   634 AM  7/20  COCORAHS

...GARFIELD COUNTY...
   CARBONDALE 0.3 WNW    0.04   958 AM  7/20  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 0.5 W      0.04   641 AM  7/20  COCORAHS
   RIFLE                 0.03   100 AM  7/20  AVIATION SITE
   RIFLE .96 NNW         0.03   947 AM  7/20  COCORAHS

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   GUNNISON 6.6 N        0.07   742 AM  7/20  COCORAHS
   CIMARRON 11.2 S       0.03   718 AM  7/20  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 3SW          0.01   900 AM  7/20  W CO COOP SITE

...MESA COUNTY...
   GRAND JUNCTION        0.09   100 AM  7/20  AVIATION SITE
   MESA 6S               0.03   700 AM  7/20  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   PALISADE 3.3 ENE      0.03   718 AM  7/20  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 4.1 W  0.01   710 AM  7/20  COCORAHS
   COLLBRAN 2SW          0.01   900 AM  7/20  W CO COOP SITE
   COLORADO NM           0.01   900 AM  7/20  W CO COOP SITE

...MOFFAT COUNTY...
   CRAIG                 0.09   100 AM  7/20  AVIATION SITE
   CRAIG 30N             0.01   100 AM  7/20  W CO CRN SITE

...MONTEZUMA COUNTY...
   CORTEZ 8SE            0.01   100 AM  7/20  W CO CRN SITE
   CORTEZ                0.01   100 AM  7/20  AVIATION SITE

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   MONTROSE 11ENE        0.09   100 AM  7/20  W CO CRN SITE
   MONTROSE              0.04   100 AM  7/20  AVIATION SITE
   MONTROSE 8.1 WNW      0.03   620 AM  7/20  COCORAHS
   OLATHE 3.2 NNE        0.02   650 AM  7/20  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 3.9 WNW      0.01   810 AM  7/20  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.6 E        0.01   711 AM  7/20  COCORAHS
   BLACK CANYON NP       0.01   900 AM  7/20  W CO COOP SITE
   MONTROSE 2.0 E        0.01   754 AM  7/20  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 4.0 NW       0.01   817 AM  7/20  COCORAHS

...OURAY COUNTY...
   RIDGWAY 3.3 NNW       0.02   729 AM  7/20  COCORAHS

...PITKIN COUNTY...
   ASPEN                 0.20   100 AM  7/20  AVIATION SITE

...RIO BLANCO COUNTY...
   MEEKER                0.38   100 AM  7/20  AVIATION SITE
   MEEKER 15W            0.36   100 AM  7/20  W CO CRN SITE

...ROUTT COUNTY...
   OAK CREEK 5.5 E       0.01   709 AM  7/20  COCORAHS

...SAN JUAN COUNTY...
   SILVERTON             0.02   800 AM  7/20  W CO COOP SITE

UTAH

...SAN JUAN COUNTY...
   BLUFF 32NW            0.27   100 AM  7/20  E UT CRN SITE

$$

MMS


000
NOUS45 KGJT 201914
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
114 PM MDT MON JUL 20 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION REPORTS FROM
WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH, ENDING MONDAY MORNING AT THE
TIMES NOTED WITH EACH REPORT. AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.


**********************24 HOUR PRECIPITATION**********************

LOCATION              24 HOUR     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     PRECIPITATION           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

COLORADO

...DELTA COUNTY...
   HOTCHKISS 7.1 WNW     0.02   702 AM  7/20  COCORAHS
   CEDAREDGE 1.0 NE      0.01   701 AM  7/20  COCORAHS

...EAGLE COUNTY...
   BASALT 5.8 E          0.11   820 AM  7/20  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 5.7 E      0.04   735 AM  7/20  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2.3 N         0.02   716 AM  7/20  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2N            0.02   800 AM  7/20  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   VAIL 0.9 WNW          0.02   634 AM  7/20  COCORAHS

...GARFIELD COUNTY...
   CARBONDALE 0.3 WNW    0.04   958 AM  7/20  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 0.5 W      0.04   641 AM  7/20  COCORAHS
   RIFLE                 0.03   100 AM  7/20  AVIATION SITE
   RIFLE .96 NNW         0.03   947 AM  7/20  COCORAHS

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   GUNNISON 6.6 N        0.07   742 AM  7/20  COCORAHS
   CIMARRON 11.2 S       0.03   718 AM  7/20  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 3SW          0.01   900 AM  7/20  W CO COOP SITE

...MESA COUNTY...
   GRAND JUNCTION        0.09   100 AM  7/20  AVIATION SITE
   MESA 6S               0.03   700 AM  7/20  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   PALISADE 3.3 ENE      0.03   718 AM  7/20  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 4.1 W  0.01   710 AM  7/20  COCORAHS
   COLLBRAN 2SW          0.01   900 AM  7/20  W CO COOP SITE
   COLORADO NM           0.01   900 AM  7/20  W CO COOP SITE

...MOFFAT COUNTY...
   CRAIG                 0.09   100 AM  7/20  AVIATION SITE
   CRAIG 30N             0.01   100 AM  7/20  W CO CRN SITE

...MONTEZUMA COUNTY...
   CORTEZ 8SE            0.01   100 AM  7/20  W CO CRN SITE
   CORTEZ                0.01   100 AM  7/20  AVIATION SITE

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   MONTROSE 11ENE        0.09   100 AM  7/20  W CO CRN SITE
   MONTROSE              0.04   100 AM  7/20  AVIATION SITE
   MONTROSE 8.1 WNW      0.03   620 AM  7/20  COCORAHS
   OLATHE 3.2 NNE        0.02   650 AM  7/20  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 3.9 WNW      0.01   810 AM  7/20  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.6 E        0.01   711 AM  7/20  COCORAHS
   BLACK CANYON NP       0.01   900 AM  7/20  W CO COOP SITE
   MONTROSE 2.0 E        0.01   754 AM  7/20  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 4.0 NW       0.01   817 AM  7/20  COCORAHS

...OURAY COUNTY...
   RIDGWAY 3.3 NNW       0.02   729 AM  7/20  COCORAHS

...PITKIN COUNTY...
   ASPEN                 0.20   100 AM  7/20  AVIATION SITE

...RIO BLANCO COUNTY...
   MEEKER                0.38   100 AM  7/20  AVIATION SITE
   MEEKER 15W            0.36   100 AM  7/20  W CO CRN SITE

...ROUTT COUNTY...
   OAK CREEK 5.5 E       0.01   709 AM  7/20  COCORAHS

...SAN JUAN COUNTY...
   SILVERTON             0.02   800 AM  7/20  W CO COOP SITE

UTAH

...SAN JUAN COUNTY...
   BLUFF 32NW            0.27   100 AM  7/20  E UT CRN SITE

$$

MMS


000
NOUS45 KGJT 201914
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
114 PM MDT MON JUL 20 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION REPORTS FROM
WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH, ENDING MONDAY MORNING AT THE
TIMES NOTED WITH EACH REPORT. AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.


**********************24 HOUR PRECIPITATION**********************

LOCATION              24 HOUR     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     PRECIPITATION           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

COLORADO

...DELTA COUNTY...
   HOTCHKISS 7.1 WNW     0.02   702 AM  7/20  COCORAHS
   CEDAREDGE 1.0 NE      0.01   701 AM  7/20  COCORAHS

...EAGLE COUNTY...
   BASALT 5.8 E          0.11   820 AM  7/20  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 5.7 E      0.04   735 AM  7/20  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2.3 N         0.02   716 AM  7/20  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2N            0.02   800 AM  7/20  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   VAIL 0.9 WNW          0.02   634 AM  7/20  COCORAHS

...GARFIELD COUNTY...
   CARBONDALE 0.3 WNW    0.04   958 AM  7/20  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 0.5 W      0.04   641 AM  7/20  COCORAHS
   RIFLE                 0.03   100 AM  7/20  AVIATION SITE
   RIFLE .96 NNW         0.03   947 AM  7/20  COCORAHS

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   GUNNISON 6.6 N        0.07   742 AM  7/20  COCORAHS
   CIMARRON 11.2 S       0.03   718 AM  7/20  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 3SW          0.01   900 AM  7/20  W CO COOP SITE

...MESA COUNTY...
   GRAND JUNCTION        0.09   100 AM  7/20  AVIATION SITE
   MESA 6S               0.03   700 AM  7/20  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   PALISADE 3.3 ENE      0.03   718 AM  7/20  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 4.1 W  0.01   710 AM  7/20  COCORAHS
   COLLBRAN 2SW          0.01   900 AM  7/20  W CO COOP SITE
   COLORADO NM           0.01   900 AM  7/20  W CO COOP SITE

...MOFFAT COUNTY...
   CRAIG                 0.09   100 AM  7/20  AVIATION SITE
   CRAIG 30N             0.01   100 AM  7/20  W CO CRN SITE

...MONTEZUMA COUNTY...
   CORTEZ 8SE            0.01   100 AM  7/20  W CO CRN SITE
   CORTEZ                0.01   100 AM  7/20  AVIATION SITE

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   MONTROSE 11ENE        0.09   100 AM  7/20  W CO CRN SITE
   MONTROSE              0.04   100 AM  7/20  AVIATION SITE
   MONTROSE 8.1 WNW      0.03   620 AM  7/20  COCORAHS
   OLATHE 3.2 NNE        0.02   650 AM  7/20  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 3.9 WNW      0.01   810 AM  7/20  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.6 E        0.01   711 AM  7/20  COCORAHS
   BLACK CANYON NP       0.01   900 AM  7/20  W CO COOP SITE
   MONTROSE 2.0 E        0.01   754 AM  7/20  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 4.0 NW       0.01   817 AM  7/20  COCORAHS

...OURAY COUNTY...
   RIDGWAY 3.3 NNW       0.02   729 AM  7/20  COCORAHS

...PITKIN COUNTY...
   ASPEN                 0.20   100 AM  7/20  AVIATION SITE

...RIO BLANCO COUNTY...
   MEEKER                0.38   100 AM  7/20  AVIATION SITE
   MEEKER 15W            0.36   100 AM  7/20  W CO CRN SITE

...ROUTT COUNTY...
   OAK CREEK 5.5 E       0.01   709 AM  7/20  COCORAHS

...SAN JUAN COUNTY...
   SILVERTON             0.02   800 AM  7/20  W CO COOP SITE

UTAH

...SAN JUAN COUNTY...
   BLUFF 32NW            0.27   100 AM  7/20  E UT CRN SITE

$$

MMS


000
NOUS43 KGLD 201201
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT MON JUL 20 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 1932, THE TEMPERATURE SOARED TO 114 DEGREES IN MCCOOK NEBRASKA,
THIS IS THEIR ALL TIME RECORD AND THE HIGHEST EVER RECORDED IN THE
TRI-STATE AREA.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 201201
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT MON JUL 20 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 1932, THE TEMPERATURE SOARED TO 114 DEGREES IN MCCOOK NEBRASKA,
THIS IS THEIR ALL TIME RECORD AND THE HIGHEST EVER RECORDED IN THE
TRI-STATE AREA.

$$



000
NOUS43 KGLD 201201
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT MON JUL 20 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 1932, THE TEMPERATURE SOARED TO 114 DEGREES IN MCCOOK NEBRASKA,
THIS IS THEIR ALL TIME RECORD AND THE HIGHEST EVER RECORDED IN THE
TRI-STATE AREA.

$$



000
NOUS41 KGYX 201148
PNSGYX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY ME
0748 AM EDT MON JUL 20 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED THE WEEK OF JULY 20TH THROUGH
25TH, HURRICANE AWARENESS WEEK IN NEW ENGLAND.  THIS IS THE FIRST IN
A SERIES OF FIVE PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENTS TO BE ISSUED BY THE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE IN GRAY, CONTAINING INFORMATION ON
HURRICANES AND HURRICANE SAFETY.


TROPICAL CYCLONES, TROPICAL STORMS AND HURRICANES--THE BASICS

THE TERM "TROPICAL CYCLONE" IS A GENERIC NAME GIVEN TO A LOW PRESSURE
SYSTEM THAT GENERALLY FORMS IN THE TROPICS AND IS ACCOMPANIED BY
SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS AND A COUNTERCLOCKWISE WIND CIRCULATION.
DEPENDING ON THE STRENGTH OF THE WINDS IN THE CIRCULATION, TROPICAL
CYCLONES ARE FURTHER DIVIDED INTO TROPICAL DEPRESSIONS, TROPICAL
STORMS, AND HURRICANES.

THE TROPICAL CYCLONES THAT AFFECT EASTERN NORTH AMERICA GENERALLY FORM
IN EITHER THE TROPICAL ATLANTIC OCEAN, THE CARIBBEAN SEA, OR IN THE
GULF OF MEXICO.  THE THREE MAIN CONDITIONS WHICH FAVOR TROPICAL
CYCLONE DEVELOPMENT ARE (1) WARM OCEAN WATERS, (2) ATMOSPHERIC
MOISTURE, AND (3) RELATIVELY LIGHT WINDS ALOFT.  IN ADDITION, AN
ATMOSPHERIC DISTURBANCE, CALLED A TROPICAL WAVE, IS NEEDED TO INITIATE
THE DEVELOPMENT THE COUNTER-CLOCKWISE WIND CIRCULATION.  IF THE
FAVORABLE CONDITIONS PERSIST FOR A SUFFICIENT AMOUNT OF TIME, THE
TROPICAL DISTURBANCE CAN STRENGTHEN TO A TROPICAL DEPRESSION, TROPICAL
STORM, OR HURRICANE.  WHEN THE WINDS IN A TROPICAL CYCLONE REACH
TROPICAL STORM STRENGTH (39 MPH, 34 KT), THE STORM IS "NAMED".
TROPICAL CYCLONES ARE CLASSIFIED AS FOLLOWS:

TROPICAL DEPRESSION - AN ORGANIZED SYSTEM OF CLOUDS AND THUNDERSTORMS
WITH A DEFINED SURFACE CIRCULATION AND MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS OF 38
MPH (33 KNOTS) OR LESS.

TROPICAL STORM - AN ORGANIZED SYSTEM OF STRONG THUNDERSTORMS WITH A
DEFINED SURFACE CIRCULATION AND MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS OF 39-73 MPH
(34-63 KNOTS).

HURRICANE - AN INTENSE TROPICAL WEATHER SYSTEM OF STRONG
THUNDERSTORMS WITH A WELL-DEFINED SURFACE CIRCULATION AND MAXIMUM
SUSTAINED WINDS OF 74 MPH (64 KNOTS) OR HIGHER.  HURRICANES ARE ALSO
CLASSIFIED INTO DIFFERENT CATEGORIES BASED ON STRENGTH.

THE WELL-DEVELOPED HURRICANE CONSISTS OF AN EYE, AN EYEWALL, AND
SPIRAL BANDS OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS.  IN THE EYE, WINDS ARE
RELATIVELY CALM AND THERE IS A GENTLE SINKING MOTION IN THE
ATMOSPHERE WHICH LEADS TO MOSTLY CLEAR SKIES.  SURROUNDING THE EYE
IS THE EYEWALL WHICH CONTAINS THE MOST VIOLENT WINDS, THE MOST
INTENSE SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS, AND CAN CONTAIN TORNADOES.  THE
WINDS IN THE EYEWALL ALSO HAVE THE GREATEST POTENTIAL FOR CAUSING
A DEADLY STORM SURGE.  OUTSIDE THE EYEWALL, SPIRAL BANDS OF SHOWERS
AND THUNDERSTORMS ROTATE AROUND THE STORM.  THESE BANDS OF SHOWERS
AND THUNDERSTORMS CAN ALSO BE VERY INTENSE, CAN MOVE INTO AN AREA
VERY RAPIDLY, AND ARE THE MOST LIKELY AREA IN THE HURRICANE FOR
TORNADOES TO FORM.

HURRICANES AND TROPICAL STORMS BRING WITH THEM FOUR MAIN THREATS:
HIGH WINDS, COASTAL STORM SURGE, INLAND FRESH WATER FLOODING, AND
TORNADOES.  THESE WILL BE DISCUSSED IN GREATER DETAIL IN FORTHCOMING
STATEMENTS.

WHILE HURRICANE SEASON LASTS FROM JUNE THROUGH NOVEMBER, THE PEAK
OF THE SEASON IS FROM MID-AUGUST THROUGH OCTOBER.  EACH YEAR, AN
AVERAGE OF TEN TROPICAL STORMS DEVELOP OVER THE ATLANTIC OCEAN,
CARIBBEAN SEA, AND GULF OF MEXICO. MANY OF THESE STORMS REMAIN OVER
THE OCEAN, AND AN AVERAGE OF SIX OF THESE STORMS BECOME HURRICANES
EACH YEAR.  DURING AN AVERAGE 3-YEAR PERIOD, ROUGHLY FIVE HURRICANES
STRIKE THE UNITED STATES COASTLINE, KILLING APPROXIMATELY 45 PEOPLE
(AN AVERAGE OF 15.5 PER YEAR) ANYWHERE FROM TEXAS TO MAINE. OF THESE,
TWO ARE TYPICALLY "MAJOR" OR "INTENSE" HURRICANES (WINDS GREATER
THAN 110 MPH).


QUESTION OF THE DAY:  HOW ARE HURRICANES NAMED AND WHAT NAMES WILL
BE USED DURING 2014?

WOMEN`S NAMES WERE FIRST USED TO NAME TROPICAL STORMS AND HURRICANES
DURING WORLD WAR II, WITH SOME VARIATIONS IN PRACTICES IN THE EARLY
1950S. IN 1953, THE U.S. WEATHER BUREAU BEGAN USING A STANDARDIZED
LIST OF FEMALE NAMES IN NAMING ATLANTIC TROPICAL STORMS AND
HURRICANES. THE PRACTICE OF USING FEMALE NAMES EXCLUSIVELY ENDED IN
1979 WHEN BOTH MALE AND FEMALE NAMES WERE INCLUDED IN LISTS FOR THE
ATLANTIC AND GULF OF MEXICO HURRICANE LISTS. THE NAME LISTS ARE
AGREED UPON AT INTERNATIONAL MEETINGS OF THE WORLD METEOROLOGICAL
ORGANIZATION.  THE NAMES ALTERNATE BETWEEN MALE AND FEMALE NAMES,
AND HAVE AN INTERNATIONAL FLAVOR BECAUSE HURRICANES AFFECT OTHER
NATIONS AND ARE TRACKED BY THE PUBLIC AND WEATHER SERVICES OF MANY
COUNTRIES.

THERE ARE CURRENTLY SIX LISTS OF NAMES USED IN NAMING HURRICANES; A
DIFFERENT LIST IS USED EACH YEAR.  THE LISTS ARE REPEATED IN 6-YEAR
CYCLES.  HOWEVER, NAMES ASSOCIATED WITH STORMS THAT HAVE CAUSED
SIGNIFICANT DEATH AND/OR DAMAGE ARE USUALLY RETIRED FROM THE LIST
AND A REPLACEMENT NAME IS SELECTED BY THE WORLD METEOROLOGICAL
ORGANIZATION.

BELOW IS THE LIST OF NAMES THAT HAVE BEEN OR WILL BE USED FOR 2014.

ANA        BILL       CLAUDETTE  DANNY      ERIKA      FRED
GRACE      HENRI      IDA        JOAQUIN    KATE       LARRY
MINDY      NICHOLAS   OTTO       PETER      ROSE       SAM
TERESA     VICTOR     WANDA

NOTE THAT THE LETTERS Q, U, X, Y, AND Z ARE NOT USED IN THE LIST DUE
TO THE SCARCITY OF NAMES BEGINNING WITH THOSE LETTERS.


FACT FOR THE DAY:  THE NAME HURRICANE IS DERIVED FROM THE CARIBBEAN
GOD OF EVIL, HURICAN. THE UNPREDICTABLE BEHAVIOR, HIGH SEAS, AND
DEVASTATING WINDS HAVE BEEN OUR NEMESIS FOR CENTURIES.


HERE`S A LIST OF TOPICS TO BE COVERED LATER THIS WEEK:

TUESDAY - HURRICANE WINDS AND TORNADOES
WEDNESDAY - STORM SURGE AND MARINE SAFETY
THURSDAY - INLAND FLOODING
FRIDAY - THE FORECAST PROCESS--STATEMENTS, WATCHES, AND WARNINGS

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT HURRICANES AND HURRICANE SAFETY,
VISIT THE NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER`S WEB SITE AT:

               HTTP://WWW.NHC.NOAA.GOV/
$$


JENSENIUS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
GRAY...MAINE
NNNN


000
NOUS41 KGYX 201148
PNSGYX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY ME
0748 AM EDT MON JUL 20 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED THE WEEK OF JULY 20TH THROUGH
25TH, HURRICANE AWARENESS WEEK IN NEW ENGLAND.  THIS IS THE FIRST IN
A SERIES OF FIVE PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENTS TO BE ISSUED BY THE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE IN GRAY, CONTAINING INFORMATION ON
HURRICANES AND HURRICANE SAFETY.


TROPICAL CYCLONES, TROPICAL STORMS AND HURRICANES--THE BASICS

THE TERM "TROPICAL CYCLONE" IS A GENERIC NAME GIVEN TO A LOW PRESSURE
SYSTEM THAT GENERALLY FORMS IN THE TROPICS AND IS ACCOMPANIED BY
SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS AND A COUNTERCLOCKWISE WIND CIRCULATION.
DEPENDING ON THE STRENGTH OF THE WINDS IN THE CIRCULATION, TROPICAL
CYCLONES ARE FURTHER DIVIDED INTO TROPICAL DEPRESSIONS, TROPICAL
STORMS, AND HURRICANES.

THE TROPICAL CYCLONES THAT AFFECT EASTERN NORTH AMERICA GENERALLY FORM
IN EITHER THE TROPICAL ATLANTIC OCEAN, THE CARIBBEAN SEA, OR IN THE
GULF OF MEXICO.  THE THREE MAIN CONDITIONS WHICH FAVOR TROPICAL
CYCLONE DEVELOPMENT ARE (1) WARM OCEAN WATERS, (2) ATMOSPHERIC
MOISTURE, AND (3) RELATIVELY LIGHT WINDS ALOFT.  IN ADDITION, AN
ATMOSPHERIC DISTURBANCE, CALLED A TROPICAL WAVE, IS NEEDED TO INITIATE
THE DEVELOPMENT THE COUNTER-CLOCKWISE WIND CIRCULATION.  IF THE
FAVORABLE CONDITIONS PERSIST FOR A SUFFICIENT AMOUNT OF TIME, THE
TROPICAL DISTURBANCE CAN STRENGTHEN TO A TROPICAL DEPRESSION, TROPICAL
STORM, OR HURRICANE.  WHEN THE WINDS IN A TROPICAL CYCLONE REACH
TROPICAL STORM STRENGTH (39 MPH, 34 KT), THE STORM IS "NAMED".
TROPICAL CYCLONES ARE CLASSIFIED AS FOLLOWS:

TROPICAL DEPRESSION - AN ORGANIZED SYSTEM OF CLOUDS AND THUNDERSTORMS
WITH A DEFINED SURFACE CIRCULATION AND MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS OF 38
MPH (33 KNOTS) OR LESS.

TROPICAL STORM - AN ORGANIZED SYSTEM OF STRONG THUNDERSTORMS WITH A
DEFINED SURFACE CIRCULATION AND MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS OF 39-73 MPH
(34-63 KNOTS).

HURRICANE - AN INTENSE TROPICAL WEATHER SYSTEM OF STRONG
THUNDERSTORMS WITH A WELL-DEFINED SURFACE CIRCULATION AND MAXIMUM
SUSTAINED WINDS OF 74 MPH (64 KNOTS) OR HIGHER.  HURRICANES ARE ALSO
CLASSIFIED INTO DIFFERENT CATEGORIES BASED ON STRENGTH.

THE WELL-DEVELOPED HURRICANE CONSISTS OF AN EYE, AN EYEWALL, AND
SPIRAL BANDS OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS.  IN THE EYE, WINDS ARE
RELATIVELY CALM AND THERE IS A GENTLE SINKING MOTION IN THE
ATMOSPHERE WHICH LEADS TO MOSTLY CLEAR SKIES.  SURROUNDING THE EYE
IS THE EYEWALL WHICH CONTAINS THE MOST VIOLENT WINDS, THE MOST
INTENSE SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS, AND CAN CONTAIN TORNADOES.  THE
WINDS IN THE EYEWALL ALSO HAVE THE GREATEST POTENTIAL FOR CAUSING
A DEADLY STORM SURGE.  OUTSIDE THE EYEWALL, SPIRAL BANDS OF SHOWERS
AND THUNDERSTORMS ROTATE AROUND THE STORM.  THESE BANDS OF SHOWERS
AND THUNDERSTORMS CAN ALSO BE VERY INTENSE, CAN MOVE INTO AN AREA
VERY RAPIDLY, AND ARE THE MOST LIKELY AREA IN THE HURRICANE FOR
TORNADOES TO FORM.

HURRICANES AND TROPICAL STORMS BRING WITH THEM FOUR MAIN THREATS:
HIGH WINDS, COASTAL STORM SURGE, INLAND FRESH WATER FLOODING, AND
TORNADOES.  THESE WILL BE DISCUSSED IN GREATER DETAIL IN FORTHCOMING
STATEMENTS.

WHILE HURRICANE SEASON LASTS FROM JUNE THROUGH NOVEMBER, THE PEAK
OF THE SEASON IS FROM MID-AUGUST THROUGH OCTOBER.  EACH YEAR, AN
AVERAGE OF TEN TROPICAL STORMS DEVELOP OVER THE ATLANTIC OCEAN,
CARIBBEAN SEA, AND GULF OF MEXICO. MANY OF THESE STORMS REMAIN OVER
THE OCEAN, AND AN AVERAGE OF SIX OF THESE STORMS BECOME HURRICANES
EACH YEAR.  DURING AN AVERAGE 3-YEAR PERIOD, ROUGHLY FIVE HURRICANES
STRIKE THE UNITED STATES COASTLINE, KILLING APPROXIMATELY 45 PEOPLE
(AN AVERAGE OF 15.5 PER YEAR) ANYWHERE FROM TEXAS TO MAINE. OF THESE,
TWO ARE TYPICALLY "MAJOR" OR "INTENSE" HURRICANES (WINDS GREATER
THAN 110 MPH).


QUESTION OF THE DAY:  HOW ARE HURRICANES NAMED AND WHAT NAMES WILL
BE USED DURING 2014?

WOMEN`S NAMES WERE FIRST USED TO NAME TROPICAL STORMS AND HURRICANES
DURING WORLD WAR II, WITH SOME VARIATIONS IN PRACTICES IN THE EARLY
1950S. IN 1953, THE U.S. WEATHER BUREAU BEGAN USING A STANDARDIZED
LIST OF FEMALE NAMES IN NAMING ATLANTIC TROPICAL STORMS AND
HURRICANES. THE PRACTICE OF USING FEMALE NAMES EXCLUSIVELY ENDED IN
1979 WHEN BOTH MALE AND FEMALE NAMES WERE INCLUDED IN LISTS FOR THE
ATLANTIC AND GULF OF MEXICO HURRICANE LISTS. THE NAME LISTS ARE
AGREED UPON AT INTERNATIONAL MEETINGS OF THE WORLD METEOROLOGICAL
ORGANIZATION.  THE NAMES ALTERNATE BETWEEN MALE AND FEMALE NAMES,
AND HAVE AN INTERNATIONAL FLAVOR BECAUSE HURRICANES AFFECT OTHER
NATIONS AND ARE TRACKED BY THE PUBLIC AND WEATHER SERVICES OF MANY
COUNTRIES.

THERE ARE CURRENTLY SIX LISTS OF NAMES USED IN NAMING HURRICANES; A
DIFFERENT LIST IS USED EACH YEAR.  THE LISTS ARE REPEATED IN 6-YEAR
CYCLES.  HOWEVER, NAMES ASSOCIATED WITH STORMS THAT HAVE CAUSED
SIGNIFICANT DEATH AND/OR DAMAGE ARE USUALLY RETIRED FROM THE LIST
AND A REPLACEMENT NAME IS SELECTED BY THE WORLD METEOROLOGICAL
ORGANIZATION.

BELOW IS THE LIST OF NAMES THAT HAVE BEEN OR WILL BE USED FOR 2014.

ANA        BILL       CLAUDETTE  DANNY      ERIKA      FRED
GRACE      HENRI      IDA        JOAQUIN    KATE       LARRY
MINDY      NICHOLAS   OTTO       PETER      ROSE       SAM
TERESA     VICTOR     WANDA

NOTE THAT THE LETTERS Q, U, X, Y, AND Z ARE NOT USED IN THE LIST DUE
TO THE SCARCITY OF NAMES BEGINNING WITH THOSE LETTERS.


FACT FOR THE DAY:  THE NAME HURRICANE IS DERIVED FROM THE CARIBBEAN
GOD OF EVIL, HURICAN. THE UNPREDICTABLE BEHAVIOR, HIGH SEAS, AND
DEVASTATING WINDS HAVE BEEN OUR NEMESIS FOR CENTURIES.


HERE`S A LIST OF TOPICS TO BE COVERED LATER THIS WEEK:

TUESDAY - HURRICANE WINDS AND TORNADOES
WEDNESDAY - STORM SURGE AND MARINE SAFETY
THURSDAY - INLAND FLOODING
FRIDAY - THE FORECAST PROCESS--STATEMENTS, WATCHES, AND WARNINGS

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT HURRICANES AND HURRICANE SAFETY,
VISIT THE NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER`S WEB SITE AT:

               HTTP://WWW.NHC.NOAA.GOV/
$$


JENSENIUS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
GRAY...MAINE
NNNN



000
NOUS45 KGJT 191913
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
113 PM MDT SUN JUL 19 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION REPORTS FROM
WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH, ENDING SUNDAY MORNING AT THE
TIMES NOTED WITH EACH REPORT. AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.


**********************24 HOUR PRECIPITATION**********************

LOCATION              24 HOUR     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     PRECIPITATION           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

COLORADO

...ARCHULETA COUNTY...
   PAGOSA SPRINGS 4.2 W  0.12   708 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   PAGOSA SPRINGS 1.6 S  0.12   804 AM  7/19  COCORAHS

...DELTA COUNTY...
   DELTA 1.6 ESE         0.23   748 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   DELTA 3E              0.14   900 AM  7/19  W CO COOP SITE
   PAONIA 1SW            0.10   800 AM  7/19  W CO COOP SITE
   PAONIA 2.1 SSE        0.07   618 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   CEDAREDGE 2.3 W       0.06   640 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   ECKERT 1.1 SW         0.05   710 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   CRAWFORD 2.3 SW       0.04   955 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 7.1 WNW     0.04   801 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 5WNW        0.03   907 AM  7/19  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   HOTCHKISS 4.7 W       0.03   815 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 5.1 WNW     0.03   653 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   CEDAREDGE 1.0 NE      0.03   713 AM  7/19  COCORAHS

...DOLORES COUNTY...
   NORTHDALE             0.10   730 AM  7/19  W CO COOP SITE
   DOVE CREEK 12.4 SSW   0.06   948 AM  7/19  COCORAHS

...EAGLE COUNTY...
   VAIL 0.9 WNW          0.21   704 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 5.7 E      0.17   719 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   VAIL 2.6 E            0.15   718 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   BASALT 5.8 E          0.09   805 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   GYPSUM 1.9 SSW        0.02   857 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2.3 N         0.02   707 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   GYPSUM 0.5 E          0.02   723 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2N            0.02   800 AM  7/19  UNOFFICIAL STATION

...GARFIELD COUNTY...
   CARBONDALE 0.3 WNW    0.37   629 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 0.5 W      0.36   635 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPRINGS 1.4  0.10   639 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 4.6 NNE    0.08   900 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPRINGS .64  0.07   725 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   SILT 1E               0.01   800 AM  7/19  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   GLENWOOD SPRINGS 2.7  0.01   921 AM  7/19  COCORAHS

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N   0.21   650 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   PITKIN 1.1 SW         0.14   730 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   CRESTED BUTTE         0.07  1130 AM  7/19  W CO COOP SITE
   PARLIN 2.7 ESE        0.07   805 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   DOYLEVILLE 2.1 W      0.06   657 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   CIMARRON 11.2 S       0.05   709 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   POWDERHORN 4.4 NNE    0.01   935 AM  7/19  COCORAHS

...LA PLATA COUNTY...
   ROCKWOOD 6.9 NNW      0.30   933 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   ROCKWOOD 6.7 N        0.22   814 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 13.3 SSW     0.11   816 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   IGNACIO 8E            0.03   800 AM  7/19  W CO COOP SITE
   BAYFIELD 7.0 N        0.03   826 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 4.8 WSW       0.02   710 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 7.8 SW       0.02   721 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 10 NNE        0.02   730 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   DURANGO .35 E         0.01   652 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 4.9 SE       0.01   647 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   IGNACIO 6.9 NW        0.01   723 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 6.9 S        0.01   617 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 0.6 WSW      0.01   804 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   REDMESA 4.2 NW        0.01   921 AM  7/19  COCORAHS

...MESA COUNTY...
   GRAND JUNCTION 5.7 W  0.26   818 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   PALISADE 3.3 ENE      0.21   717 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   WHITEWATER 4.2 SSE    0.12   731 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 3.4 N  0.09   624 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 5.1 E  0.08   737 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 5.6 W  0.07   706 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 8NNW   0.07   725 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   COLORADO NM           0.07   900 AM  7/19  W CO COOP SITE
   MESA 6S               0.06   700 AM  7/19  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   GRAND JUNCTION 4.1 W  0.06   730 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 2.7 S  0.05   815 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   FRUITA 4.5 NNE        0.04   614 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 3.9 S  0.04   741 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 4.1 E  0.03   659 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   COLLBRAN 2SW          0.03   900 AM  7/19  W CO COOP SITE
   GRAND JUNCTION 4.6 E  0.03   830 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   MACK 5 NW             0.02   736 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   COLLBRAN 0.2 ESE      0.01   746 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   COLLBRAN              0.01   900 AM  7/19  UNOFFICIAL STATION

...MOFFAT COUNTY...
   MASSADONA             0.07   800 AM  7/19  W CO COOP SITE
   CRAIG 30N             0.03   100 AM  7/19  W CO CRN SITE

...MONTEZUMA COUNTY...
   CORTEZ 7.8 WSW        0.06   902 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   DOLORES 4.8 ENE       0.03   724 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 2.0 NW         0.03  1014 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 2.3 NW         0.02   914 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 1.2 SW         0.02   721 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ                0.01   900 AM  7/19  W CO COOP SITE

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   MONTROSE 7.3 ENE      0.18   909 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 8.1 WNW      0.13   600 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   BLACK CANYON NP       0.10   900 AM  7/19  W CO COOP SITE
   MONTROSE 1.6 E        0.10   658 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   OLATHE 3.2 NNE        0.09   651 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.9 ESE      0.09   727 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.3 ENE      0.09   749 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 10.1 S       0.09   639 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.2 WSW      0.09   846 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.9 ESE      0.08   744 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 3.9 WNW      0.08   824 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.0 SSE      0.07   711 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 4.0 NW       0.06   819 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   PARADOX 0.8 W         0.05   823 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 11ENE        0.02   100 AM  7/19  W CO CRN SITE

...OURAY COUNTY...
   RIDGWAY               0.13  1030 AM  7/19  W CO COOP SITE
   RIDGWAY 3.3 NNW       0.08   806 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   OURAY .23 NNW         0.04   652 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   OURAY                 0.04   729 AM  7/19  W CO COOP SITE

...PITKIN COUNTY...
   SNOWMASS 7.0 W        0.20   806 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   ASPEN 1.7 WSW         0.15   803 AM  7/19  COCORAHS

...RIO BLANCO COUNTY...
   RANGELY 1E            0.25   900 AM  7/19  W CO COOP SITE

...ROUTT COUNTY...
   STMBOAT SPGS 1SE      0.11   759 AM  7/19  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 1   0.11   800 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   OAK CREEK 0.3 WSW     0.05   848 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 6.  0.03   715 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 7.  0.02   805 AM  7/19  COCORAHS

...SAN JUAN COUNTY...
   SILVERTON             0.33   800 AM  7/19  W CO COOP SITE

...SAN MIGUEL COUNTY...
   NORWOOD 1.4 W         0.33   625 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   REDVALE 22.8 SW       0.03   848 AM  7/19  COCORAHS

UTAH

...GRAND COUNTY...
   MOAB 3.7 ESE          0.13   730 AM  7/19  COCORAHS

...SAN JUAN COUNTY...
   MONTICELLO #2         0.17   700 AM  7/19  E UT COOP SITE
   MONTICELLO 2.3 SW     0.17   832 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   HOVENWEEP NM          0.11   900 AM  7/19  E UT COOP SITE
   CEDAR POINT           0.10   750 AM  7/19  E UT COOP SITE
   CANYONLANDS-NECK      0.05   900 AM  7/19  E UT COOP SITE
   CNYLANDS-NEEDLES      0.04   930 AM  7/19  E UT COOP SITE
   BLUFF 32NW            0.04   100 AM  7/19  E UT CRN SITE

...UINTAH COUNTY...
   VERNAL 3.7 WNW        0.02  1001 AM  7/19  COCORAHS

$$

MMS


000
NOUS45 KGJT 191913
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
113 PM MDT SUN JUL 19 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION REPORTS FROM
WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH, ENDING SUNDAY MORNING AT THE
TIMES NOTED WITH EACH REPORT. AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.


**********************24 HOUR PRECIPITATION**********************

LOCATION              24 HOUR     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     PRECIPITATION           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

COLORADO

...ARCHULETA COUNTY...
   PAGOSA SPRINGS 4.2 W  0.12   708 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   PAGOSA SPRINGS 1.6 S  0.12   804 AM  7/19  COCORAHS

...DELTA COUNTY...
   DELTA 1.6 ESE         0.23   748 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   DELTA 3E              0.14   900 AM  7/19  W CO COOP SITE
   PAONIA 1SW            0.10   800 AM  7/19  W CO COOP SITE
   PAONIA 2.1 SSE        0.07   618 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   CEDAREDGE 2.3 W       0.06   640 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   ECKERT 1.1 SW         0.05   710 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   CRAWFORD 2.3 SW       0.04   955 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 7.1 WNW     0.04   801 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 5WNW        0.03   907 AM  7/19  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   HOTCHKISS 4.7 W       0.03   815 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 5.1 WNW     0.03   653 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   CEDAREDGE 1.0 NE      0.03   713 AM  7/19  COCORAHS

...DOLORES COUNTY...
   NORTHDALE             0.10   730 AM  7/19  W CO COOP SITE
   DOVE CREEK 12.4 SSW   0.06   948 AM  7/19  COCORAHS

...EAGLE COUNTY...
   VAIL 0.9 WNW          0.21   704 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 5.7 E      0.17   719 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   VAIL 2.6 E            0.15   718 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   BASALT 5.8 E          0.09   805 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   GYPSUM 1.9 SSW        0.02   857 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2.3 N         0.02   707 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   GYPSUM 0.5 E          0.02   723 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2N            0.02   800 AM  7/19  UNOFFICIAL STATION

...GARFIELD COUNTY...
   CARBONDALE 0.3 WNW    0.37   629 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 0.5 W      0.36   635 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPRINGS 1.4  0.10   639 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 4.6 NNE    0.08   900 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPRINGS .64  0.07   725 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   SILT 1E               0.01   800 AM  7/19  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   GLENWOOD SPRINGS 2.7  0.01   921 AM  7/19  COCORAHS

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N   0.21   650 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   PITKIN 1.1 SW         0.14   730 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   CRESTED BUTTE         0.07  1130 AM  7/19  W CO COOP SITE
   PARLIN 2.7 ESE        0.07   805 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   DOYLEVILLE 2.1 W      0.06   657 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   CIMARRON 11.2 S       0.05   709 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   POWDERHORN 4.4 NNE    0.01   935 AM  7/19  COCORAHS

...LA PLATA COUNTY...
   ROCKWOOD 6.9 NNW      0.30   933 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   ROCKWOOD 6.7 N        0.22   814 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 13.3 SSW     0.11   816 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   IGNACIO 8E            0.03   800 AM  7/19  W CO COOP SITE
   BAYFIELD 7.0 N        0.03   826 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 4.8 WSW       0.02   710 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 7.8 SW       0.02   721 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 10 NNE        0.02   730 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   DURANGO .35 E         0.01   652 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 4.9 SE       0.01   647 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   IGNACIO 6.9 NW        0.01   723 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 6.9 S        0.01   617 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 0.6 WSW      0.01   804 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   REDMESA 4.2 NW        0.01   921 AM  7/19  COCORAHS

...MESA COUNTY...
   GRAND JUNCTION 5.7 W  0.26   818 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   PALISADE 3.3 ENE      0.21   717 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   WHITEWATER 4.2 SSE    0.12   731 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 3.4 N  0.09   624 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 5.1 E  0.08   737 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 5.6 W  0.07   706 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 8NNW   0.07   725 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   COLORADO NM           0.07   900 AM  7/19  W CO COOP SITE
   MESA 6S               0.06   700 AM  7/19  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   GRAND JUNCTION 4.1 W  0.06   730 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 2.7 S  0.05   815 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   FRUITA 4.5 NNE        0.04   614 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 3.9 S  0.04   741 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 4.1 E  0.03   659 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   COLLBRAN 2SW          0.03   900 AM  7/19  W CO COOP SITE
   GRAND JUNCTION 4.6 E  0.03   830 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   MACK 5 NW             0.02   736 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   COLLBRAN 0.2 ESE      0.01   746 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   COLLBRAN              0.01   900 AM  7/19  UNOFFICIAL STATION

...MOFFAT COUNTY...
   MASSADONA             0.07   800 AM  7/19  W CO COOP SITE
   CRAIG 30N             0.03   100 AM  7/19  W CO CRN SITE

...MONTEZUMA COUNTY...
   CORTEZ 7.8 WSW        0.06   902 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   DOLORES 4.8 ENE       0.03   724 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 2.0 NW         0.03  1014 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 2.3 NW         0.02   914 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 1.2 SW         0.02   721 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ                0.01   900 AM  7/19  W CO COOP SITE

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   MONTROSE 7.3 ENE      0.18   909 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 8.1 WNW      0.13   600 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   BLACK CANYON NP       0.10   900 AM  7/19  W CO COOP SITE
   MONTROSE 1.6 E        0.10   658 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   OLATHE 3.2 NNE        0.09   651 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.9 ESE      0.09   727 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.3 ENE      0.09   749 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 10.1 S       0.09   639 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.2 WSW      0.09   846 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.9 ESE      0.08   744 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 3.9 WNW      0.08   824 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.0 SSE      0.07   711 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 4.0 NW       0.06   819 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   PARADOX 0.8 W         0.05   823 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 11ENE        0.02   100 AM  7/19  W CO CRN SITE

...OURAY COUNTY...
   RIDGWAY               0.13  1030 AM  7/19  W CO COOP SITE
   RIDGWAY 3.3 NNW       0.08   806 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   OURAY .23 NNW         0.04   652 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   OURAY                 0.04   729 AM  7/19  W CO COOP SITE

...PITKIN COUNTY...
   SNOWMASS 7.0 W        0.20   806 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   ASPEN 1.7 WSW         0.15   803 AM  7/19  COCORAHS

...RIO BLANCO COUNTY...
   RANGELY 1E            0.25   900 AM  7/19  W CO COOP SITE

...ROUTT COUNTY...
   STMBOAT SPGS 1SE      0.11   759 AM  7/19  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 1   0.11   800 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   OAK CREEK 0.3 WSW     0.05   848 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 6.  0.03   715 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 7.  0.02   805 AM  7/19  COCORAHS

...SAN JUAN COUNTY...
   SILVERTON             0.33   800 AM  7/19  W CO COOP SITE

...SAN MIGUEL COUNTY...
   NORWOOD 1.4 W         0.33   625 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   REDVALE 22.8 SW       0.03   848 AM  7/19  COCORAHS

UTAH

...GRAND COUNTY...
   MOAB 3.7 ESE          0.13   730 AM  7/19  COCORAHS

...SAN JUAN COUNTY...
   MONTICELLO #2         0.17   700 AM  7/19  E UT COOP SITE
   MONTICELLO 2.3 SW     0.17   832 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   HOVENWEEP NM          0.11   900 AM  7/19  E UT COOP SITE
   CEDAR POINT           0.10   750 AM  7/19  E UT COOP SITE
   CANYONLANDS-NECK      0.05   900 AM  7/19  E UT COOP SITE
   CNYLANDS-NEEDLES      0.04   930 AM  7/19  E UT COOP SITE
   BLUFF 32NW            0.04   100 AM  7/19  E UT CRN SITE

...UINTAH COUNTY...
   VERNAL 3.7 WNW        0.02  1001 AM  7/19  COCORAHS

$$

MMS


000
NOUS45 KGJT 191913
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
113 PM MDT SUN JUL 19 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION REPORTS FROM
WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH, ENDING SUNDAY MORNING AT THE
TIMES NOTED WITH EACH REPORT. AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.


**********************24 HOUR PRECIPITATION**********************

LOCATION              24 HOUR     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     PRECIPITATION           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

COLORADO

...ARCHULETA COUNTY...
   PAGOSA SPRINGS 4.2 W  0.12   708 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   PAGOSA SPRINGS 1.6 S  0.12   804 AM  7/19  COCORAHS

...DELTA COUNTY...
   DELTA 1.6 ESE         0.23   748 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   DELTA 3E              0.14   900 AM  7/19  W CO COOP SITE
   PAONIA 1SW            0.10   800 AM  7/19  W CO COOP SITE
   PAONIA 2.1 SSE        0.07   618 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   CEDAREDGE 2.3 W       0.06   640 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   ECKERT 1.1 SW         0.05   710 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   CRAWFORD 2.3 SW       0.04   955 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 7.1 WNW     0.04   801 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 5WNW        0.03   907 AM  7/19  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   HOTCHKISS 4.7 W       0.03   815 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 5.1 WNW     0.03   653 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   CEDAREDGE 1.0 NE      0.03   713 AM  7/19  COCORAHS

...DOLORES COUNTY...
   NORTHDALE             0.10   730 AM  7/19  W CO COOP SITE
   DOVE CREEK 12.4 SSW   0.06   948 AM  7/19  COCORAHS

...EAGLE COUNTY...
   VAIL 0.9 WNW          0.21   704 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 5.7 E      0.17   719 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   VAIL 2.6 E            0.15   718 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   BASALT 5.8 E          0.09   805 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   GYPSUM 1.9 SSW        0.02   857 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2.3 N         0.02   707 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   GYPSUM 0.5 E          0.02   723 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2N            0.02   800 AM  7/19  UNOFFICIAL STATION

...GARFIELD COUNTY...
   CARBONDALE 0.3 WNW    0.37   629 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 0.5 W      0.36   635 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPRINGS 1.4  0.10   639 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 4.6 NNE    0.08   900 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPRINGS .64  0.07   725 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   SILT 1E               0.01   800 AM  7/19  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   GLENWOOD SPRINGS 2.7  0.01   921 AM  7/19  COCORAHS

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N   0.21   650 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   PITKIN 1.1 SW         0.14   730 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   CRESTED BUTTE         0.07  1130 AM  7/19  W CO COOP SITE
   PARLIN 2.7 ESE        0.07   805 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   DOYLEVILLE 2.1 W      0.06   657 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   CIMARRON 11.2 S       0.05   709 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   POWDERHORN 4.4 NNE    0.01   935 AM  7/19  COCORAHS

...LA PLATA COUNTY...
   ROCKWOOD 6.9 NNW      0.30   933 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   ROCKWOOD 6.7 N        0.22   814 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 13.3 SSW     0.11   816 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   IGNACIO 8E            0.03   800 AM  7/19  W CO COOP SITE
   BAYFIELD 7.0 N        0.03   826 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 4.8 WSW       0.02   710 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 7.8 SW       0.02   721 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 10 NNE        0.02   730 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   DURANGO .35 E         0.01   652 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 4.9 SE       0.01   647 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   IGNACIO 6.9 NW        0.01   723 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 6.9 S        0.01   617 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 0.6 WSW      0.01   804 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   REDMESA 4.2 NW        0.01   921 AM  7/19  COCORAHS

...MESA COUNTY...
   GRAND JUNCTION 5.7 W  0.26   818 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   PALISADE 3.3 ENE      0.21   717 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   WHITEWATER 4.2 SSE    0.12   731 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 3.4 N  0.09   624 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 5.1 E  0.08   737 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 5.6 W  0.07   706 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 8NNW   0.07   725 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   COLORADO NM           0.07   900 AM  7/19  W CO COOP SITE
   MESA 6S               0.06   700 AM  7/19  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   GRAND JUNCTION 4.1 W  0.06   730 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 2.7 S  0.05   815 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   FRUITA 4.5 NNE        0.04   614 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 3.9 S  0.04   741 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 4.1 E  0.03   659 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   COLLBRAN 2SW          0.03   900 AM  7/19  W CO COOP SITE
   GRAND JUNCTION 4.6 E  0.03   830 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   MACK 5 NW             0.02   736 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   COLLBRAN 0.2 ESE      0.01   746 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   COLLBRAN              0.01   900 AM  7/19  UNOFFICIAL STATION

...MOFFAT COUNTY...
   MASSADONA             0.07   800 AM  7/19  W CO COOP SITE
   CRAIG 30N             0.03   100 AM  7/19  W CO CRN SITE

...MONTEZUMA COUNTY...
   CORTEZ 7.8 WSW        0.06   902 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   DOLORES 4.8 ENE       0.03   724 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 2.0 NW         0.03  1014 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 2.3 NW         0.02   914 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 1.2 SW         0.02   721 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ                0.01   900 AM  7/19  W CO COOP SITE

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   MONTROSE 7.3 ENE      0.18   909 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 8.1 WNW      0.13   600 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   BLACK CANYON NP       0.10   900 AM  7/19  W CO COOP SITE
   MONTROSE 1.6 E        0.10   658 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   OLATHE 3.2 NNE        0.09   651 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.9 ESE      0.09   727 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.3 ENE      0.09   749 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 10.1 S       0.09   639 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.2 WSW      0.09   846 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.9 ESE      0.08   744 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 3.9 WNW      0.08   824 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.0 SSE      0.07   711 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 4.0 NW       0.06   819 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   PARADOX 0.8 W         0.05   823 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 11ENE        0.02   100 AM  7/19  W CO CRN SITE

...OURAY COUNTY...
   RIDGWAY               0.13  1030 AM  7/19  W CO COOP SITE
   RIDGWAY 3.3 NNW       0.08   806 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   OURAY .23 NNW         0.04   652 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   OURAY                 0.04   729 AM  7/19  W CO COOP SITE

...PITKIN COUNTY...
   SNOWMASS 7.0 W        0.20   806 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   ASPEN 1.7 WSW         0.15   803 AM  7/19  COCORAHS

...RIO BLANCO COUNTY...
   RANGELY 1E            0.25   900 AM  7/19  W CO COOP SITE

...ROUTT COUNTY...
   STMBOAT SPGS 1SE      0.11   759 AM  7/19  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 1   0.11   800 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   OAK CREEK 0.3 WSW     0.05   848 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 6.  0.03   715 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 7.  0.02   805 AM  7/19  COCORAHS

...SAN JUAN COUNTY...
   SILVERTON             0.33   800 AM  7/19  W CO COOP SITE

...SAN MIGUEL COUNTY...
   NORWOOD 1.4 W         0.33   625 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   REDVALE 22.8 SW       0.03   848 AM  7/19  COCORAHS

UTAH

...GRAND COUNTY...
   MOAB 3.7 ESE          0.13   730 AM  7/19  COCORAHS

...SAN JUAN COUNTY...
   MONTICELLO #2         0.17   700 AM  7/19  E UT COOP SITE
   MONTICELLO 2.3 SW     0.17   832 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   HOVENWEEP NM          0.11   900 AM  7/19  E UT COOP SITE
   CEDAR POINT           0.10   750 AM  7/19  E UT COOP SITE
   CANYONLANDS-NECK      0.05   900 AM  7/19  E UT COOP SITE
   CNYLANDS-NEEDLES      0.04   930 AM  7/19  E UT COOP SITE
   BLUFF 32NW            0.04   100 AM  7/19  E UT CRN SITE

...UINTAH COUNTY...
   VERNAL 3.7 WNW        0.02  1001 AM  7/19  COCORAHS

$$

MMS


000
NOUS45 KGJT 191913
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
113 PM MDT SUN JUL 19 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION REPORTS FROM
WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH, ENDING SUNDAY MORNING AT THE
TIMES NOTED WITH EACH REPORT. AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.


**********************24 HOUR PRECIPITATION**********************

LOCATION              24 HOUR     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     PRECIPITATION           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

COLORADO

...ARCHULETA COUNTY...
   PAGOSA SPRINGS 4.2 W  0.12   708 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   PAGOSA SPRINGS 1.6 S  0.12   804 AM  7/19  COCORAHS

...DELTA COUNTY...
   DELTA 1.6 ESE         0.23   748 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   DELTA 3E              0.14   900 AM  7/19  W CO COOP SITE
   PAONIA 1SW            0.10   800 AM  7/19  W CO COOP SITE
   PAONIA 2.1 SSE        0.07   618 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   CEDAREDGE 2.3 W       0.06   640 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   ECKERT 1.1 SW         0.05   710 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   CRAWFORD 2.3 SW       0.04   955 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 7.1 WNW     0.04   801 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 5WNW        0.03   907 AM  7/19  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   HOTCHKISS 4.7 W       0.03   815 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 5.1 WNW     0.03   653 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   CEDAREDGE 1.0 NE      0.03   713 AM  7/19  COCORAHS

...DOLORES COUNTY...
   NORTHDALE             0.10   730 AM  7/19  W CO COOP SITE
   DOVE CREEK 12.4 SSW   0.06   948 AM  7/19  COCORAHS

...EAGLE COUNTY...
   VAIL 0.9 WNW          0.21   704 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 5.7 E      0.17   719 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   VAIL 2.6 E            0.15   718 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   BASALT 5.8 E          0.09   805 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   GYPSUM 1.9 SSW        0.02   857 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2.3 N         0.02   707 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   GYPSUM 0.5 E          0.02   723 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2N            0.02   800 AM  7/19  UNOFFICIAL STATION

...GARFIELD COUNTY...
   CARBONDALE 0.3 WNW    0.37   629 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 0.5 W      0.36   635 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPRINGS 1.4  0.10   639 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 4.6 NNE    0.08   900 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPRINGS .64  0.07   725 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   SILT 1E               0.01   800 AM  7/19  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   GLENWOOD SPRINGS 2.7  0.01   921 AM  7/19  COCORAHS

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N   0.21   650 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   PITKIN 1.1 SW         0.14   730 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   CRESTED BUTTE         0.07  1130 AM  7/19  W CO COOP SITE
   PARLIN 2.7 ESE        0.07   805 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   DOYLEVILLE 2.1 W      0.06   657 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   CIMARRON 11.2 S       0.05   709 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   POWDERHORN 4.4 NNE    0.01   935 AM  7/19  COCORAHS

...LA PLATA COUNTY...
   ROCKWOOD 6.9 NNW      0.30   933 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   ROCKWOOD 6.7 N        0.22   814 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 13.3 SSW     0.11   816 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   IGNACIO 8E            0.03   800 AM  7/19  W CO COOP SITE
   BAYFIELD 7.0 N        0.03   826 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 4.8 WSW       0.02   710 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 7.8 SW       0.02   721 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 10 NNE        0.02   730 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   DURANGO .35 E         0.01   652 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 4.9 SE       0.01   647 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   IGNACIO 6.9 NW        0.01   723 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 6.9 S        0.01   617 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 0.6 WSW      0.01   804 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   REDMESA 4.2 NW        0.01   921 AM  7/19  COCORAHS

...MESA COUNTY...
   GRAND JUNCTION 5.7 W  0.26   818 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   PALISADE 3.3 ENE      0.21   717 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   WHITEWATER 4.2 SSE    0.12   731 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 3.4 N  0.09   624 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 5.1 E  0.08   737 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 5.6 W  0.07   706 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 8NNW   0.07   725 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   COLORADO NM           0.07   900 AM  7/19  W CO COOP SITE
   MESA 6S               0.06   700 AM  7/19  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   GRAND JUNCTION 4.1 W  0.06   730 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 2.7 S  0.05   815 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   FRUITA 4.5 NNE        0.04   614 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 3.9 S  0.04   741 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 4.1 E  0.03   659 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   COLLBRAN 2SW          0.03   900 AM  7/19  W CO COOP SITE
   GRAND JUNCTION 4.6 E  0.03   830 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   MACK 5 NW             0.02   736 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   COLLBRAN 0.2 ESE      0.01   746 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   COLLBRAN              0.01   900 AM  7/19  UNOFFICIAL STATION

...MOFFAT COUNTY...
   MASSADONA             0.07   800 AM  7/19  W CO COOP SITE
   CRAIG 30N             0.03   100 AM  7/19  W CO CRN SITE

...MONTEZUMA COUNTY...
   CORTEZ 7.8 WSW        0.06   902 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   DOLORES 4.8 ENE       0.03   724 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 2.0 NW         0.03  1014 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 2.3 NW         0.02   914 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 1.2 SW         0.02   721 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ                0.01   900 AM  7/19  W CO COOP SITE

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   MONTROSE 7.3 ENE      0.18   909 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 8.1 WNW      0.13   600 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   BLACK CANYON NP       0.10   900 AM  7/19  W CO COOP SITE
   MONTROSE 1.6 E        0.10   658 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   OLATHE 3.2 NNE        0.09   651 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.9 ESE      0.09   727 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.3 ENE      0.09   749 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 10.1 S       0.09   639 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.2 WSW      0.09   846 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.9 ESE      0.08   744 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 3.9 WNW      0.08   824 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.0 SSE      0.07   711 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 4.0 NW       0.06   819 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   PARADOX 0.8 W         0.05   823 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 11ENE        0.02   100 AM  7/19  W CO CRN SITE

...OURAY COUNTY...
   RIDGWAY               0.13  1030 AM  7/19  W CO COOP SITE
   RIDGWAY 3.3 NNW       0.08   806 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   OURAY .23 NNW         0.04   652 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   OURAY                 0.04   729 AM  7/19  W CO COOP SITE

...PITKIN COUNTY...
   SNOWMASS 7.0 W        0.20   806 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   ASPEN 1.7 WSW         0.15   803 AM  7/19  COCORAHS

...RIO BLANCO COUNTY...
   RANGELY 1E            0.25   900 AM  7/19  W CO COOP SITE

...ROUTT COUNTY...
   STMBOAT SPGS 1SE      0.11   759 AM  7/19  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 1   0.11   800 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   OAK CREEK 0.3 WSW     0.05   848 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 6.  0.03   715 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 7.  0.02   805 AM  7/19  COCORAHS

...SAN JUAN COUNTY...
   SILVERTON             0.33   800 AM  7/19  W CO COOP SITE

...SAN MIGUEL COUNTY...
   NORWOOD 1.4 W         0.33   625 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   REDVALE 22.8 SW       0.03   848 AM  7/19  COCORAHS

UTAH

...GRAND COUNTY...
   MOAB 3.7 ESE          0.13   730 AM  7/19  COCORAHS

...SAN JUAN COUNTY...
   MONTICELLO #2         0.17   700 AM  7/19  E UT COOP SITE
   MONTICELLO 2.3 SW     0.17   832 AM  7/19  COCORAHS
   HOVENWEEP NM          0.11   900 AM  7/19  E UT COOP SITE
   CEDAR POINT           0.10   750 AM  7/19  E UT COOP SITE
   CANYONLANDS-NECK      0.05   900 AM  7/19  E UT COOP SITE
   CNYLANDS-NEEDLES      0.04   930 AM  7/19  E UT COOP SITE
   BLUFF 32NW            0.04   100 AM  7/19  E UT CRN SITE

...UINTAH COUNTY...
   VERNAL 3.7 WNW        0.02  1001 AM  7/19  COCORAHS

$$

MMS


000
NOUS45 KPSR 191016
PNSPSR

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PHOENIX AZ
315 AM MST SUN JUL 19 2015

...PHOENIX AND SURROUNDING AREAS RAINFALL REPORTS...

                                                      RAINFALL (IN)
LOCATION                                              1 HR     24 HR

PHOENIX SKY HARBOR AIRPORT     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.18

4TH OF JULY WASH               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
ACDC @ 36TH ST.                PARADISE VALLEY        0.00      0.12
AGUA FRIA @ BUCKEYE            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
ANTELOPE CREEK                 YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      2.01
APACHE JUNCTION FRS            APACHE JUNCTION        0.00      0.16
APACHE TRAIL                   APACHE JUNCTION        0.00      0.24
ARIZONA HUNT CLUB              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.35
ASHER HILLS                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
ASU SOUTH                      TEMPE                  0.00      0.04
AZTEC PARK                     SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.08
BARTLETT LAKE                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.31
BASELINE @ 547TH AVE.          MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
BELMONT MOUNTAINS              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
BERNEIL WASH                   PARADISE VALLEY        0.00      0.20
BLACK HILL                     YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.24
BLACK MOUNTAIN                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
BOX WASH                       MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.59
BUCKEYE @ 547TH AVE.           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.24
BUCKEYE FRS #1                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
BUCKEYE FRS #2                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
BUCKEYE FRS #3                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.24
BUCKEYE RD. @ SR 85            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
BUCKS WELL                     YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.28
BULLDOG CANYON                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
BURTON TANK                    YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.08
CAMP CREEK                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
CAREFREE RANCH                 SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.08
CARRIAGE LANE PARK             MESA                   0.00      0.16
CASANDRO DAM                   WICKENBURG             0.00      3.54
CASANDRO WASH                  WICKENBURG             0.00      3.50
CASTLE HOT SPRINGS             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.51
CAVE BUTTES DAM                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
CAVE CR.@ SPUR CROSS           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
CAVE CREEK                     CAVE CREEK             0.00      0.24
CAVE CREEK LANDFILL            PHOENIX                0.00      0.28
CENTENNIAL @ WENDEN            LA PAZ COUNTY          0.00      0.55
CENTENNIAL DIVIDE              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.08
CENTENNIAL LEVEE               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.24
CENTENNIAL NR AGUILA           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
CENTENNIAL RAILROAD            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.24
CHANDLER @ ALMA SCHOOL         CHANDLER               0.00      0.04
CHANDLER AIRPORT               CHANDLER               0.00      0.08
CIRCLE CITY                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.47
COLUMBIA HILL                  YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.12
COLUMBUS WASH                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
CONGRESS                       YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.51
CONSTELLATION ROAD             WICKENBURG             0.00      3.27
COPPER WASH                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
COYOTE WASH                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
CROSSROADS PARK                GILBERT                0.00      0.08
CROWN KING                     YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.35
CRUFF WASH                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.39
DAGGS WASH                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.67
DEAD HORSE WASH                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
DEER VALLEY AIRPORT            PHOENIX                0.00      0.12
DELANEY WASH                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
DEWEY                          YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.31
DREAMY DRAW DAM                PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
EAGLE EYE RD. @ CAP            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.39
EAST FORK CC #1                PHOENIX                0.00      0.08
EAST FORK CC #3                PHOENIX                0.00      0.12
EFCC NR 7TH AVE.               PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
ELLIOT @ HAWES RD.             MESA                   0.00      0.04
EMF @ ARIZONA AVE.             PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.04
EMF @ QUEENCREEK RD.           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
FITCH PARK                     MESA                   0.00      0.04
FLORENCE JUNCTION              PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.12
FLYING E TANK                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      3.74
FLYING E WASH                  WICKENBURG             0.00      3.54
FORD CANYON WASH               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
FOUR MILE WASH                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
FRAESFIELD MTN.                SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.04
FREESTONE BASIN                GILBERT                0.00      0.04
G&F WOOLSEY PEAK               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.75
GARFIAS MTN. RANCH             YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.12
GATEWAY C.COLLEGE              PHOENIX                0.00      0.24
GILA @ ESTRELLA PKWY.          GOODYEAR               0.00      0.08
GILA @ OLBERG                  GILA RIVER IC          0.00      0.16
GILA BEND LANDFILL             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
GILA BEND MOUNTAINS            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
GLADDEN                        MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
GRANITE REEF WASH              SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.04
GRASS WASH @ US 60             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
GUADALUPE CHANNEL              MESA                   0.00      0.04
GUADALUPE FRS                  PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
HARQUAHALA FRS                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
HARQUAHALA MTN.                LA PAZ COUNTY          0.00      0.28
HARTMAN WASH                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      2.72
HASSAYAMPA LANDFILL            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
HASSY R. @ BOX CANYON          YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      2.52
HASSY R. @ I-10                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
HASSY R. @ US 60               WICKENBURG             0.00      3.90
HASSY R. @ WAGONER RD.         YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.51
HIGHLAND @ 68TH ST.            SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.16
HORNER MTN. RANCH              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.16
HORSESHOE LAKE                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.35
HORSETHIEF BASIN               YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.35
HUMBOLDT MOUNTAIN              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
I-10 @ 355TH AVE.              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.24
I-17 @ SR 169                  YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.35
IBW @ INDIAN BEND RD.          SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.16
IBW @ INDIAN SCHOOL            SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.12
IBW @ MCKELLIPS RD.            SCOTTSDALE             0.04      0.04
IBW @ SHEA BLVD.               PHOENIX                0.00      0.28
IBW @ SWEETWATER               PHOENIX                0.00      0.16
IBW INTERCEPTOR                SCOTTSDALE             0.04      0.12
JACKRABBIT WASH                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
JOSHUA TREE                    YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.20
KINGS RANCH                    PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.04
KLEINMAN PARK                  MESA                   0.00      0.04
LAKE MARGUARITE                SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.12
MAGMA FRS                      PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.04
MARTINEZ CREEK                 YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      1.89
MCDOWELL @ HAWES               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
MCDOWELL @ MERIDIAN            PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.12
MCMICKEN DAM                   SURPRISE               0.00      0.04
MCMICKEN FLOODWAY              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
MESA TOWER                     MESA                   0.00      0.04
MID-MARTINEZ CREEK             YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      1.02
MINNEHAHA                      YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      1.02
MOBILE                         MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
MORRISTOWN                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.87
MOUNTAIN VIEW PARK             MESA                   0.00      0.04
MT. OATMAN                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      1.42
MT. ORD                        GILA COUNTY            0.00      0.16
MT. UNION WX                   YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      1.42
NARROWS DAMSITE                LA PAZ COUNTY          0.00      0.16
NEW RIVER MESA                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
NW REGIONAL LANDFILL           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
O`BRIEN GULCH                  YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      1.73
OLD X-CUT @ MCDOWELL           PHOENIX                0.00      0.24
OSBORN @ 64TH ST.              SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.28
OUTLAW HILL                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
PAPAGO PARK                    PHOENIX                0.00      0.31
PARADISE VALLEY CC             PARADISE VALLEY        0.00      0.24
PARADISE VALLEY PARK           PHOENIX                0.00      0.12
PATTON ROAD                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
PERRY PARK                     PHOENIX                0.00      0.08
PHOENIX BASIN #3               PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
PHOENIX BASIN #7               PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
PIMA @ JOMAX                   SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.08
PIMA @ UNION HILLS             SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.12
PINNACLE PEAK VISTA            SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.12
POWDER HOUSE WASH              WICKENBURG             0.00      3.50
POWERLINE FRS                  PINAL COUNTY           0.04      0.12
PRESCOTT VALLEY                YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.04      0.16
QUEEN CR. @ CAP                PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.35
QUEEN CREEK LANDFILL           QUEEN CREEK            0.00      0.04
RACKENSACK CANYON              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
RAINBOW WASH                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
RAWHIDE WASH                   SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.08
REATA PASS DAM                 SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.08
REATA PASS WASH                SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.04
RITTENHOUSE FRS                PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.24
RITTER DAM                     YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.08
ROESER @ 2ND ST.               PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
SADDLEBACK FRS                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
SAGUARO LAKE                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
SALT R. @ 40TH ST.             PHOENIX                0.00      0.31
SAND TANK @ I-8                GILA BEND              0.00      0.12
SAND TANK WASH                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
SANTA CRUZ @ SR 84             PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.12
SAUCEDA WASH                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
SEVEN SPRINGS WASH             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
SIGNAL BUTTE FRS               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
SMITH PEAK                     LA PAZ COUNTY          0.00      0.08
SOLS TANK                      YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.24
SOLS TRIB @ US 93              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.16
SOLS WASH @ SR 71              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.47
SOLS WASH NR MATTHIE           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      2.56
SOUTH MOUNTAIN PARK            PHOENIX                0.00      0.43
SOUTH MTN.PARK HQ              PHOENIX                0.00      0.12
SPOOKHILL BROWN                MESA                   0.00      0.08
SPOOKHILL MCKELLIPS            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
STAGECOACH WASH                SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.12
STANTON                        YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      1.93
SUGARLOAF MOUNTAIN             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
SUN VALLEY @ NORTHERN          BUCKEYE                0.00      0.16
SUNNYCOVE FRS                  WICKENBURG             0.00      3.66
SUNSET FRS                     WICKENBURG             0.00      3.11
SUNSET POINT                   YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.04
TATUM BASIN INFLOW             PHOENIX                0.00      0.28
THOMAS @ 48TH ST.              PHOENIX                0.00      0.20
THOMPSON PEAK                  SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.04
THUNDER MOUNTAIN               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
THUNDERBIRD ACADEMY            SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.16
TIGER WASH                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.24
TIGER WASH FAN                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
TOWERS MTN.                    YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.55
TUTHILL @ RAY RD.              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.63
TWIN PEAKS                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      5.08
UPPER CLINE CREEK              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
UPPER GRASS WASH               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
UPPER TIGER WASH               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
UPPER TRILBY WASH              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.91
UPPER WATERMAN WASH            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
USERY MTN. PARK                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
USERY PARK WS                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
VEKOL WASH                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
VINEYARD FRS                   PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.16
VULTURE MINE ROAD              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      4.41
WATERMAN @ RAINBOW             GOODYEAR               0.00      0.24
WEBB MOUNTAIN                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.39
WEEKES WASH BASELINE           APACHE JUNCTION        0.00      0.16
WHITE TANK FRS 3               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
WHITE TANK PEAK                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
WHITLOW RANCH DAM              PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.04
WICKENBURG AIRPORT             WICKENBURG             0.00      3.46
WILHOIT                        YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.47
WILLIAMS FIELD ROAD            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
WINTERS WASH                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.24
WITTMANN                       MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
WOLVERINE PASS                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
WOOD TANK                      YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.28

THESE RAINFALL AMOUNTS ARE PRELIMINARY AND ARE NOT OFFICIAL.
AUTOMATED GAUGE DATA ARE FROM THE MARICOPA COUNTY FLOOD
CONTROL DISTRICT. STATIONS WITH NO RECORDED PRECIPITATION
ARE NOT SHOWN.


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NOUS45 KPSR 191016
PNSPSR

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PHOENIX AZ
315 AM MST SUN JUL 19 2015

...PHOENIX AND SURROUNDING AREAS RAINFALL REPORTS...

                                                      RAINFALL (IN)
LOCATION                                              1 HR     24 HR

PHOENIX SKY HARBOR AIRPORT     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.18

4TH OF JULY WASH               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
ACDC @ 36TH ST.                PARADISE VALLEY        0.00      0.12
AGUA FRIA @ BUCKEYE            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
ANTELOPE CREEK                 YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      2.01
APACHE JUNCTION FRS            APACHE JUNCTION        0.00      0.16
APACHE TRAIL                   APACHE JUNCTION        0.00      0.24
ARIZONA HUNT CLUB              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.35
ASHER HILLS                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
ASU SOUTH                      TEMPE                  0.00      0.04
AZTEC PARK                     SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.08
BARTLETT LAKE                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.31
BASELINE @ 547TH AVE.          MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
BELMONT MOUNTAINS              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
BERNEIL WASH                   PARADISE VALLEY        0.00      0.20
BLACK HILL                     YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.24
BLACK MOUNTAIN                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
BOX WASH                       MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.59
BUCKEYE @ 547TH AVE.           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.24
BUCKEYE FRS #1                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
BUCKEYE FRS #2                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
BUCKEYE FRS #3                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.24
BUCKEYE RD. @ SR 85            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
BUCKS WELL                     YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.28
BULLDOG CANYON                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
BURTON TANK                    YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.08
CAMP CREEK                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
CAREFREE RANCH                 SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.08
CARRIAGE LANE PARK             MESA                   0.00      0.16
CASANDRO DAM                   WICKENBURG             0.00      3.54
CASANDRO WASH                  WICKENBURG             0.00      3.50
CASTLE HOT SPRINGS             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.51
CAVE BUTTES DAM                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
CAVE CR.@ SPUR CROSS           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
CAVE CREEK                     CAVE CREEK             0.00      0.24
CAVE CREEK LANDFILL            PHOENIX                0.00      0.28
CENTENNIAL @ WENDEN            LA PAZ COUNTY          0.00      0.55
CENTENNIAL DIVIDE              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.08
CENTENNIAL LEVEE               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.24
CENTENNIAL NR AGUILA           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
CENTENNIAL RAILROAD            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.24
CHANDLER @ ALMA SCHOOL         CHANDLER               0.00      0.04
CHANDLER AIRPORT               CHANDLER               0.00      0.08
CIRCLE CITY                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.47
COLUMBIA HILL                  YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.12
COLUMBUS WASH                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
CONGRESS                       YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.51
CONSTELLATION ROAD             WICKENBURG             0.00      3.27
COPPER WASH                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
COYOTE WASH                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
CROSSROADS PARK                GILBERT                0.00      0.08
CROWN KING                     YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.35
CRUFF WASH                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.39
DAGGS WASH                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.67
DEAD HORSE WASH                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
DEER VALLEY AIRPORT            PHOENIX                0.00      0.12
DELANEY WASH                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
DEWEY                          YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.31
DREAMY DRAW DAM                PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
EAGLE EYE RD. @ CAP            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.39
EAST FORK CC #1                PHOENIX                0.00      0.08
EAST FORK CC #3                PHOENIX                0.00      0.12
EFCC NR 7TH AVE.               PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
ELLIOT @ HAWES RD.             MESA                   0.00      0.04
EMF @ ARIZONA AVE.             PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.04
EMF @ QUEENCREEK RD.           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
FITCH PARK                     MESA                   0.00      0.04
FLORENCE JUNCTION              PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.12
FLYING E TANK                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      3.74
FLYING E WASH                  WICKENBURG             0.00      3.54
FORD CANYON WASH               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
FOUR MILE WASH                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
FRAESFIELD MTN.                SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.04
FREESTONE BASIN                GILBERT                0.00      0.04
G&F WOOLSEY PEAK               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.75
GARFIAS MTN. RANCH             YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.12
GATEWAY C.COLLEGE              PHOENIX                0.00      0.24
GILA @ ESTRELLA PKWY.          GOODYEAR               0.00      0.08
GILA @ OLBERG                  GILA RIVER IC          0.00      0.16
GILA BEND LANDFILL             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
GILA BEND MOUNTAINS            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
GLADDEN                        MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
GRANITE REEF WASH              SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.04
GRASS WASH @ US 60             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
GUADALUPE CHANNEL              MESA                   0.00      0.04
GUADALUPE FRS                  PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
HARQUAHALA FRS                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
HARQUAHALA MTN.                LA PAZ COUNTY          0.00      0.28
HARTMAN WASH                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      2.72
HASSAYAMPA LANDFILL            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
HASSY R. @ BOX CANYON          YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      2.52
HASSY R. @ I-10                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
HASSY R. @ US 60               WICKENBURG             0.00      3.90
HASSY R. @ WAGONER RD.         YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.51
HIGHLAND @ 68TH ST.            SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.16
HORNER MTN. RANCH              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.16
HORSESHOE LAKE                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.35
HORSETHIEF BASIN               YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.35
HUMBOLDT MOUNTAIN              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
I-10 @ 355TH AVE.              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.24
I-17 @ SR 169                  YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.35
IBW @ INDIAN BEND RD.          SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.16
IBW @ INDIAN SCHOOL            SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.12
IBW @ MCKELLIPS RD.            SCOTTSDALE             0.04      0.04
IBW @ SHEA BLVD.               PHOENIX                0.00      0.28
IBW @ SWEETWATER               PHOENIX                0.00      0.16
IBW INTERCEPTOR                SCOTTSDALE             0.04      0.12
JACKRABBIT WASH                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
JOSHUA TREE                    YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.20
KINGS RANCH                    PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.04
KLEINMAN PARK                  MESA                   0.00      0.04
LAKE MARGUARITE                SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.12
MAGMA FRS                      PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.04
MARTINEZ CREEK                 YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      1.89
MCDOWELL @ HAWES               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
MCDOWELL @ MERIDIAN            PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.12
MCMICKEN DAM                   SURPRISE               0.00      0.04
MCMICKEN FLOODWAY              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
MESA TOWER                     MESA                   0.00      0.04
MID-MARTINEZ CREEK             YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      1.02
MINNEHAHA                      YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      1.02
MOBILE                         MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
MORRISTOWN                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.87
MOUNTAIN VIEW PARK             MESA                   0.00      0.04
MT. OATMAN                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      1.42
MT. ORD                        GILA COUNTY            0.00      0.16
MT. UNION WX                   YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      1.42
NARROWS DAMSITE                LA PAZ COUNTY          0.00      0.16
NEW RIVER MESA                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
NW REGIONAL LANDFILL           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
O`BRIEN GULCH                  YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      1.73
OLD X-CUT @ MCDOWELL           PHOENIX                0.00      0.24
OSBORN @ 64TH ST.              SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.28
OUTLAW HILL                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
PAPAGO PARK                    PHOENIX                0.00      0.31
PARADISE VALLEY CC             PARADISE VALLEY        0.00      0.24
PARADISE VALLEY PARK           PHOENIX                0.00      0.12
PATTON ROAD                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
PERRY PARK                     PHOENIX                0.00      0.08
PHOENIX BASIN #3               PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
PHOENIX BASIN #7               PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
PIMA @ JOMAX                   SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.08
PIMA @ UNION HILLS             SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.12
PINNACLE PEAK VISTA            SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.12
POWDER HOUSE WASH              WICKENBURG             0.00      3.50
POWERLINE FRS                  PINAL COUNTY           0.04      0.12
PRESCOTT VALLEY                YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.04      0.16
QUEEN CR. @ CAP                PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.35
QUEEN CREEK LANDFILL           QUEEN CREEK            0.00      0.04
RACKENSACK CANYON              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
RAINBOW WASH                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
RAWHIDE WASH                   SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.08
REATA PASS DAM                 SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.08
REATA PASS WASH                SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.04
RITTENHOUSE FRS                PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.24
RITTER DAM                     YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.08
ROESER @ 2ND ST.               PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
SADDLEBACK FRS                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
SAGUARO LAKE                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
SALT R. @ 40TH ST.             PHOENIX                0.00      0.31
SAND TANK @ I-8                GILA BEND              0.00      0.12
SAND TANK WASH                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
SANTA CRUZ @ SR 84             PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.12
SAUCEDA WASH                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
SEVEN SPRINGS WASH             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
SIGNAL BUTTE FRS               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
SMITH PEAK                     LA PAZ COUNTY          0.00      0.08
SOLS TANK                      YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.24
SOLS TRIB @ US 93              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.16
SOLS WASH @ SR 71              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.47
SOLS WASH NR MATTHIE           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      2.56
SOUTH MOUNTAIN PARK            PHOENIX                0.00      0.43
SOUTH MTN.PARK HQ              PHOENIX                0.00      0.12
SPOOKHILL BROWN                MESA                   0.00      0.08
SPOOKHILL MCKELLIPS            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
STAGECOACH WASH                SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.12
STANTON                        YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      1.93
SUGARLOAF MOUNTAIN             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
SUN VALLEY @ NORTHERN          BUCKEYE                0.00      0.16
SUNNYCOVE FRS                  WICKENBURG             0.00      3.66
SUNSET FRS                     WICKENBURG             0.00      3.11
SUNSET POINT                   YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.04
TATUM BASIN INFLOW             PHOENIX                0.00      0.28
THOMAS @ 48TH ST.              PHOENIX                0.00      0.20
THOMPSON PEAK                  SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.04
THUNDER MOUNTAIN               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
THUNDERBIRD ACADEMY            SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.16
TIGER WASH                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.24
TIGER WASH FAN                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
TOWERS MTN.                    YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.55
TUTHILL @ RAY RD.              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.63
TWIN PEAKS                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      5.08
UPPER CLINE CREEK              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
UPPER GRASS WASH               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
UPPER TIGER WASH               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
UPPER TRILBY WASH              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.91
UPPER WATERMAN WASH            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
USERY MTN. PARK                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
USERY PARK WS                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
VEKOL WASH                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
VINEYARD FRS                   PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.16
VULTURE MINE ROAD              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      4.41
WATERMAN @ RAINBOW             GOODYEAR               0.00      0.24
WEBB MOUNTAIN                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.39
WEEKES WASH BASELINE           APACHE JUNCTION        0.00      0.16
WHITE TANK FRS 3               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
WHITE TANK PEAK                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
WHITLOW RANCH DAM              PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.04
WICKENBURG AIRPORT             WICKENBURG             0.00      3.46
WILHOIT                        YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.47
WILLIAMS FIELD ROAD            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
WINTERS WASH                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.24
WITTMANN                       MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
WOLVERINE PASS                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
WOOD TANK                      YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.28

THESE RAINFALL AMOUNTS ARE PRELIMINARY AND ARE NOT OFFICIAL.
AUTOMATED GAUGE DATA ARE FROM THE MARICOPA COUNTY FLOOD
CONTROL DISTRICT. STATIONS WITH NO RECORDED PRECIPITATION
ARE NOT SHOWN.



000
NOUS45 KPSR 191016
PNSPSR

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PHOENIX AZ
315 AM MST SUN JUL 19 2015

...PHOENIX AND SURROUNDING AREAS RAINFALL REPORTS...

                                                      RAINFALL (IN)
LOCATION                                              1 HR     24 HR

PHOENIX SKY HARBOR AIRPORT     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.18

4TH OF JULY WASH               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
ACDC @ 36TH ST.                PARADISE VALLEY        0.00      0.12
AGUA FRIA @ BUCKEYE            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
ANTELOPE CREEK                 YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      2.01
APACHE JUNCTION FRS            APACHE JUNCTION        0.00      0.16
APACHE TRAIL                   APACHE JUNCTION        0.00      0.24
ARIZONA HUNT CLUB              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.35
ASHER HILLS                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
ASU SOUTH                      TEMPE                  0.00      0.04
AZTEC PARK                     SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.08
BARTLETT LAKE                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.31
BASELINE @ 547TH AVE.          MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
BELMONT MOUNTAINS              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
BERNEIL WASH                   PARADISE VALLEY        0.00      0.20
BLACK HILL                     YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.24
BLACK MOUNTAIN                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
BOX WASH                       MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.59
BUCKEYE @ 547TH AVE.           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.24
BUCKEYE FRS #1                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
BUCKEYE FRS #2                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
BUCKEYE FRS #3                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.24
BUCKEYE RD. @ SR 85            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
BUCKS WELL                     YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.28
BULLDOG CANYON                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
BURTON TANK                    YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.08
CAMP CREEK                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
CAREFREE RANCH                 SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.08
CARRIAGE LANE PARK             MESA                   0.00      0.16
CASANDRO DAM                   WICKENBURG             0.00      3.54
CASANDRO WASH                  WICKENBURG             0.00      3.50
CASTLE HOT SPRINGS             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.51
CAVE BUTTES DAM                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
CAVE CR.@ SPUR CROSS           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
CAVE CREEK                     CAVE CREEK             0.00      0.24
CAVE CREEK LANDFILL            PHOENIX                0.00      0.28
CENTENNIAL @ WENDEN            LA PAZ COUNTY          0.00      0.55
CENTENNIAL DIVIDE              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.08
CENTENNIAL LEVEE               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.24
CENTENNIAL NR AGUILA           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
CENTENNIAL RAILROAD            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.24
CHANDLER @ ALMA SCHOOL         CHANDLER               0.00      0.04
CHANDLER AIRPORT               CHANDLER               0.00      0.08
CIRCLE CITY                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.47
COLUMBIA HILL                  YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.12
COLUMBUS WASH                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
CONGRESS                       YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.51
CONSTELLATION ROAD             WICKENBURG             0.00      3.27
COPPER WASH                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
COYOTE WASH                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
CROSSROADS PARK                GILBERT                0.00      0.08
CROWN KING                     YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.35
CRUFF WASH                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.39
DAGGS WASH                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.67
DEAD HORSE WASH                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
DEER VALLEY AIRPORT            PHOENIX                0.00      0.12
DELANEY WASH                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
DEWEY                          YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.31
DREAMY DRAW DAM                PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
EAGLE EYE RD. @ CAP            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.39
EAST FORK CC #1                PHOENIX                0.00      0.08
EAST FORK CC #3                PHOENIX                0.00      0.12
EFCC NR 7TH AVE.               PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
ELLIOT @ HAWES RD.             MESA                   0.00      0.04
EMF @ ARIZONA AVE.             PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.04
EMF @ QUEENCREEK RD.           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
FITCH PARK                     MESA                   0.00      0.04
FLORENCE JUNCTION              PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.12
FLYING E TANK                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      3.74
FLYING E WASH                  WICKENBURG             0.00      3.54
FORD CANYON WASH               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
FOUR MILE WASH                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
FRAESFIELD MTN.                SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.04
FREESTONE BASIN                GILBERT                0.00      0.04
G&F WOOLSEY PEAK               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.75
GARFIAS MTN. RANCH             YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.12
GATEWAY C.COLLEGE              PHOENIX                0.00      0.24
GILA @ ESTRELLA PKWY.          GOODYEAR               0.00      0.08
GILA @ OLBERG                  GILA RIVER IC          0.00      0.16
GILA BEND LANDFILL             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
GILA BEND MOUNTAINS            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
GLADDEN                        MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
GRANITE REEF WASH              SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.04
GRASS WASH @ US 60             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
GUADALUPE CHANNEL              MESA                   0.00      0.04
GUADALUPE FRS                  PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
HARQUAHALA FRS                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
HARQUAHALA MTN.                LA PAZ COUNTY          0.00      0.28
HARTMAN WASH                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      2.72
HASSAYAMPA LANDFILL            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
HASSY R. @ BOX CANYON          YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      2.52
HASSY R. @ I-10                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
HASSY R. @ US 60               WICKENBURG             0.00      3.90
HASSY R. @ WAGONER RD.         YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.51
HIGHLAND @ 68TH ST.            SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.16
HORNER MTN. RANCH              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.16
HORSESHOE LAKE                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.35
HORSETHIEF BASIN               YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.35
HUMBOLDT MOUNTAIN              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
I-10 @ 355TH AVE.              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.24
I-17 @ SR 169                  YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.35
IBW @ INDIAN BEND RD.          SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.16
IBW @ INDIAN SCHOOL            SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.12
IBW @ MCKELLIPS RD.            SCOTTSDALE             0.04      0.04
IBW @ SHEA BLVD.               PHOENIX                0.00      0.28
IBW @ SWEETWATER               PHOENIX                0.00      0.16
IBW INTERCEPTOR                SCOTTSDALE             0.04      0.12
JACKRABBIT WASH                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
JOSHUA TREE                    YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.20
KINGS RANCH                    PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.04
KLEINMAN PARK                  MESA                   0.00      0.04
LAKE MARGUARITE                SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.12
MAGMA FRS                      PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.04
MARTINEZ CREEK                 YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      1.89
MCDOWELL @ HAWES               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
MCDOWELL @ MERIDIAN            PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.12
MCMICKEN DAM                   SURPRISE               0.00      0.04
MCMICKEN FLOODWAY              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
MESA TOWER                     MESA                   0.00      0.04
MID-MARTINEZ CREEK             YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      1.02
MINNEHAHA                      YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      1.02
MOBILE                         MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
MORRISTOWN                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.87
MOUNTAIN VIEW PARK             MESA                   0.00      0.04
MT. OATMAN                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      1.42
MT. ORD                        GILA COUNTY            0.00      0.16
MT. UNION WX                   YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      1.42
NARROWS DAMSITE                LA PAZ COUNTY          0.00      0.16
NEW RIVER MESA                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
NW REGIONAL LANDFILL           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
O`BRIEN GULCH                  YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      1.73
OLD X-CUT @ MCDOWELL           PHOENIX                0.00      0.24
OSBORN @ 64TH ST.              SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.28
OUTLAW HILL                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
PAPAGO PARK                    PHOENIX                0.00      0.31
PARADISE VALLEY CC             PARADISE VALLEY        0.00      0.24
PARADISE VALLEY PARK           PHOENIX                0.00      0.12
PATTON ROAD                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
PERRY PARK                     PHOENIX                0.00      0.08
PHOENIX BASIN #3               PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
PHOENIX BASIN #7               PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
PIMA @ JOMAX                   SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.08
PIMA @ UNION HILLS             SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.12
PINNACLE PEAK VISTA            SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.12
POWDER HOUSE WASH              WICKENBURG             0.00      3.50
POWERLINE FRS                  PINAL COUNTY           0.04      0.12
PRESCOTT VALLEY                YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.04      0.16
QUEEN CR. @ CAP                PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.35
QUEEN CREEK LANDFILL           QUEEN CREEK            0.00      0.04
RACKENSACK CANYON              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
RAINBOW WASH                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
RAWHIDE WASH                   SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.08
REATA PASS DAM                 SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.08
REATA PASS WASH                SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.04
RITTENHOUSE FRS                PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.24
RITTER DAM                     YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.08
ROESER @ 2ND ST.               PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
SADDLEBACK FRS                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
SAGUARO LAKE                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
SALT R. @ 40TH ST.             PHOENIX                0.00      0.31
SAND TANK @ I-8                GILA BEND              0.00      0.12
SAND TANK WASH                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
SANTA CRUZ @ SR 84             PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.12
SAUCEDA WASH                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
SEVEN SPRINGS WASH             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
SIGNAL BUTTE FRS               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
SMITH PEAK                     LA PAZ COUNTY          0.00      0.08
SOLS TANK                      YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.24
SOLS TRIB @ US 93              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.16
SOLS WASH @ SR 71              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.47
SOLS WASH NR MATTHIE           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      2.56
SOUTH MOUNTAIN PARK            PHOENIX                0.00      0.43
SOUTH MTN.PARK HQ              PHOENIX                0.00      0.12
SPOOKHILL BROWN                MESA                   0.00      0.08
SPOOKHILL MCKELLIPS            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
STAGECOACH WASH                SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.12
STANTON                        YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      1.93
SUGARLOAF MOUNTAIN             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
SUN VALLEY @ NORTHERN          BUCKEYE                0.00      0.16
SUNNYCOVE FRS                  WICKENBURG             0.00      3.66
SUNSET FRS                     WICKENBURG             0.00      3.11
SUNSET POINT                   YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.04
TATUM BASIN INFLOW             PHOENIX                0.00      0.28
THOMAS @ 48TH ST.              PHOENIX                0.00      0.20
THOMPSON PEAK                  SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.04
THUNDER MOUNTAIN               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
THUNDERBIRD ACADEMY            SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.16
TIGER WASH                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.24
TIGER WASH FAN                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
TOWERS MTN.                    YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.55
TUTHILL @ RAY RD.              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.63
TWIN PEAKS                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      5.08
UPPER CLINE CREEK              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
UPPER GRASS WASH               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
UPPER TIGER WASH               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
UPPER TRILBY WASH              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.91
UPPER WATERMAN WASH            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
USERY MTN. PARK                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
USERY PARK WS                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
VEKOL WASH                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
VINEYARD FRS                   PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.16
VULTURE MINE ROAD              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      4.41
WATERMAN @ RAINBOW             GOODYEAR               0.00      0.24
WEBB MOUNTAIN                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.39
WEEKES WASH BASELINE           APACHE JUNCTION        0.00      0.16
WHITE TANK FRS 3               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
WHITE TANK PEAK                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
WHITLOW RANCH DAM              PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.04
WICKENBURG AIRPORT             WICKENBURG             0.00      3.46
WILHOIT                        YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.47
WILLIAMS FIELD ROAD            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
WINTERS WASH                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.24
WITTMANN                       MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
WOLVERINE PASS                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
WOOD TANK                      YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.28

THESE RAINFALL AMOUNTS ARE PRELIMINARY AND ARE NOT OFFICIAL.
AUTOMATED GAUGE DATA ARE FROM THE MARICOPA COUNTY FLOOD
CONTROL DISTRICT. STATIONS WITH NO RECORDED PRECIPITATION
ARE NOT SHOWN.



000
NOUS45 KPSR 191016
PNSPSR

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PHOENIX AZ
315 AM MST SUN JUL 19 2015

...PHOENIX AND SURROUNDING AREAS RAINFALL REPORTS...

                                                      RAINFALL (IN)
LOCATION                                              1 HR     24 HR

PHOENIX SKY HARBOR AIRPORT     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.18

4TH OF JULY WASH               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
ACDC @ 36TH ST.                PARADISE VALLEY        0.00      0.12
AGUA FRIA @ BUCKEYE            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
ANTELOPE CREEK                 YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      2.01
APACHE JUNCTION FRS            APACHE JUNCTION        0.00      0.16
APACHE TRAIL                   APACHE JUNCTION        0.00      0.24
ARIZONA HUNT CLUB              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.35
ASHER HILLS                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
ASU SOUTH                      TEMPE                  0.00      0.04
AZTEC PARK                     SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.08
BARTLETT LAKE                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.31
BASELINE @ 547TH AVE.          MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
BELMONT MOUNTAINS              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
BERNEIL WASH                   PARADISE VALLEY        0.00      0.20
BLACK HILL                     YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.24
BLACK MOUNTAIN                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
BOX WASH                       MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.59
BUCKEYE @ 547TH AVE.           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.24
BUCKEYE FRS #1                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
BUCKEYE FRS #2                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
BUCKEYE FRS #3                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.24
BUCKEYE RD. @ SR 85            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
BUCKS WELL                     YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.28
BULLDOG CANYON                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
BURTON TANK                    YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.08
CAMP CREEK                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
CAREFREE RANCH                 SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.08
CARRIAGE LANE PARK             MESA                   0.00      0.16
CASANDRO DAM                   WICKENBURG             0.00      3.54
CASANDRO WASH                  WICKENBURG             0.00      3.50
CASTLE HOT SPRINGS             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.51
CAVE BUTTES DAM                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
CAVE CR.@ SPUR CROSS           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
CAVE CREEK                     CAVE CREEK             0.00      0.24
CAVE CREEK LANDFILL            PHOENIX                0.00      0.28
CENTENNIAL @ WENDEN            LA PAZ COUNTY          0.00      0.55
CENTENNIAL DIVIDE              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.08
CENTENNIAL LEVEE               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.24
CENTENNIAL NR AGUILA           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
CENTENNIAL RAILROAD            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.24
CHANDLER @ ALMA SCHOOL         CHANDLER               0.00      0.04
CHANDLER AIRPORT               CHANDLER               0.00      0.08
CIRCLE CITY                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.47
COLUMBIA HILL                  YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.12
COLUMBUS WASH                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
CONGRESS                       YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.51
CONSTELLATION ROAD             WICKENBURG             0.00      3.27
COPPER WASH                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
COYOTE WASH                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
CROSSROADS PARK                GILBERT                0.00      0.08
CROWN KING                     YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.35
CRUFF WASH                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.39
DAGGS WASH                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.67
DEAD HORSE WASH                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
DEER VALLEY AIRPORT            PHOENIX                0.00      0.12
DELANEY WASH                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
DEWEY                          YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.31
DREAMY DRAW DAM                PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
EAGLE EYE RD. @ CAP            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.39
EAST FORK CC #1                PHOENIX                0.00      0.08
EAST FORK CC #3                PHOENIX                0.00      0.12
EFCC NR 7TH AVE.               PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
ELLIOT @ HAWES RD.             MESA                   0.00      0.04
EMF @ ARIZONA AVE.             PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.04
EMF @ QUEENCREEK RD.           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
FITCH PARK                     MESA                   0.00      0.04
FLORENCE JUNCTION              PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.12
FLYING E TANK                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      3.74
FLYING E WASH                  WICKENBURG             0.00      3.54
FORD CANYON WASH               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
FOUR MILE WASH                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
FRAESFIELD MTN.                SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.04
FREESTONE BASIN                GILBERT                0.00      0.04
G&F WOOLSEY PEAK               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.75
GARFIAS MTN. RANCH             YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.12
GATEWAY C.COLLEGE              PHOENIX                0.00      0.24
GILA @ ESTRELLA PKWY.          GOODYEAR               0.00      0.08
GILA @ OLBERG                  GILA RIVER IC          0.00      0.16
GILA BEND LANDFILL             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
GILA BEND MOUNTAINS            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
GLADDEN                        MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
GRANITE REEF WASH              SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.04
GRASS WASH @ US 60             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
GUADALUPE CHANNEL              MESA                   0.00      0.04
GUADALUPE FRS                  PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
HARQUAHALA FRS                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
HARQUAHALA MTN.                LA PAZ COUNTY          0.00      0.28
HARTMAN WASH                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      2.72
HASSAYAMPA LANDFILL            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
HASSY R. @ BOX CANYON          YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      2.52
HASSY R. @ I-10                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
HASSY R. @ US 60               WICKENBURG             0.00      3.90
HASSY R. @ WAGONER RD.         YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.51
HIGHLAND @ 68TH ST.            SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.16
HORNER MTN. RANCH              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.16
HORSESHOE LAKE                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.35
HORSETHIEF BASIN               YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.35
HUMBOLDT MOUNTAIN              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
I-10 @ 355TH AVE.              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.24
I-17 @ SR 169                  YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.35
IBW @ INDIAN BEND RD.          SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.16
IBW @ INDIAN SCHOOL            SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.12
IBW @ MCKELLIPS RD.            SCOTTSDALE             0.04      0.04
IBW @ SHEA BLVD.               PHOENIX                0.00      0.28
IBW @ SWEETWATER               PHOENIX                0.00      0.16
IBW INTERCEPTOR                SCOTTSDALE             0.04      0.12
JACKRABBIT WASH                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
JOSHUA TREE                    YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.20
KINGS RANCH                    PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.04
KLEINMAN PARK                  MESA                   0.00      0.04
LAKE MARGUARITE                SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.12
MAGMA FRS                      PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.04
MARTINEZ CREEK                 YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      1.89
MCDOWELL @ HAWES               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
MCDOWELL @ MERIDIAN            PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.12
MCMICKEN DAM                   SURPRISE               0.00      0.04
MCMICKEN FLOODWAY              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
MESA TOWER                     MESA                   0.00      0.04
MID-MARTINEZ CREEK             YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      1.02
MINNEHAHA                      YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      1.02
MOBILE                         MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
MORRISTOWN                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.87
MOUNTAIN VIEW PARK             MESA                   0.00      0.04
MT. OATMAN                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      1.42
MT. ORD                        GILA COUNTY            0.00      0.16
MT. UNION WX                   YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      1.42
NARROWS DAMSITE                LA PAZ COUNTY          0.00      0.16
NEW RIVER MESA                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
NW REGIONAL LANDFILL           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
O`BRIEN GULCH                  YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      1.73
OLD X-CUT @ MCDOWELL           PHOENIX                0.00      0.24
OSBORN @ 64TH ST.              SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.28
OUTLAW HILL                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
PAPAGO PARK                    PHOENIX                0.00      0.31
PARADISE VALLEY CC             PARADISE VALLEY        0.00      0.24
PARADISE VALLEY PARK           PHOENIX                0.00      0.12
PATTON ROAD                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
PERRY PARK                     PHOENIX                0.00      0.08
PHOENIX BASIN #3               PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
PHOENIX BASIN #7               PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
PIMA @ JOMAX                   SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.08
PIMA @ UNION HILLS             SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.12
PINNACLE PEAK VISTA            SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.12
POWDER HOUSE WASH              WICKENBURG             0.00      3.50
POWERLINE FRS                  PINAL COUNTY           0.04      0.12
PRESCOTT VALLEY                YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.04      0.16
QUEEN CR. @ CAP                PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.35
QUEEN CREEK LANDFILL           QUEEN CREEK            0.00      0.04
RACKENSACK CANYON              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
RAINBOW WASH                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
RAWHIDE WASH                   SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.08
REATA PASS DAM                 SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.08
REATA PASS WASH                SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.04
RITTENHOUSE FRS                PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.24
RITTER DAM                     YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.08
ROESER @ 2ND ST.               PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
SADDLEBACK FRS                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
SAGUARO LAKE                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
SALT R. @ 40TH ST.             PHOENIX                0.00      0.31
SAND TANK @ I-8                GILA BEND              0.00      0.12
SAND TANK WASH                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
SANTA CRUZ @ SR 84             PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.12
SAUCEDA WASH                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
SEVEN SPRINGS WASH             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
SIGNAL BUTTE FRS               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
SMITH PEAK                     LA PAZ COUNTY          0.00      0.08
SOLS TANK                      YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.24
SOLS TRIB @ US 93              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.16
SOLS WASH @ SR 71              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.47
SOLS WASH NR MATTHIE           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      2.56
SOUTH MOUNTAIN PARK            PHOENIX                0.00      0.43
SOUTH MTN.PARK HQ              PHOENIX                0.00      0.12
SPOOKHILL BROWN                MESA                   0.00      0.08
SPOOKHILL MCKELLIPS            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
STAGECOACH WASH                SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.12
STANTON                        YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      1.93
SUGARLOAF MOUNTAIN             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
SUN VALLEY @ NORTHERN          BUCKEYE                0.00      0.16
SUNNYCOVE FRS                  WICKENBURG             0.00      3.66
SUNSET FRS                     WICKENBURG             0.00      3.11
SUNSET POINT                   YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.04
TATUM BASIN INFLOW             PHOENIX                0.00      0.28
THOMAS @ 48TH ST.              PHOENIX                0.00      0.20
THOMPSON PEAK                  SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.04
THUNDER MOUNTAIN               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
THUNDERBIRD ACADEMY            SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.16
TIGER WASH                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.24
TIGER WASH FAN                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
TOWERS MTN.                    YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.55
TUTHILL @ RAY RD.              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.63
TWIN PEAKS                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      5.08
UPPER CLINE CREEK              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
UPPER GRASS WASH               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
UPPER TIGER WASH               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
UPPER TRILBY WASH              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.91
UPPER WATERMAN WASH            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
USERY MTN. PARK                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
USERY PARK WS                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
VEKOL WASH                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
VINEYARD FRS                   PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.16
VULTURE MINE ROAD              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      4.41
WATERMAN @ RAINBOW             GOODYEAR               0.00      0.24
WEBB MOUNTAIN                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.39
WEEKES WASH BASELINE           APACHE JUNCTION        0.00      0.16
WHITE TANK FRS 3               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
WHITE TANK PEAK                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
WHITLOW RANCH DAM              PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.04
WICKENBURG AIRPORT             WICKENBURG             0.00      3.46
WILHOIT                        YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.47
WILLIAMS FIELD ROAD            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
WINTERS WASH                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.24
WITTMANN                       MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
WOLVERINE PASS                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
WOOD TANK                      YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.28

THESE RAINFALL AMOUNTS ARE PRELIMINARY AND ARE NOT OFFICIAL.
AUTOMATED GAUGE DATA ARE FROM THE MARICOPA COUNTY FLOOD
CONTROL DISTRICT. STATIONS WITH NO RECORDED PRECIPITATION
ARE NOT SHOWN.


000
NOUS43 KTOP 190829
PNSTOP
PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
329 AM CDT SUN JUL 19 2015

 ...STORM SAFETY INFORMATION....

A Severe weather watch has been issued by the National Weather Service
in Topeka for a portion of Kansas.  In the interest of public safety,
the following safety information is provided.

A watch means conditions are favorable for severe weather development
within the watch area. There is no cause for immediate concern, and you may
go about your normal business. Stay informed of the weather situation.
Know your county, nearby cities, and local landmarks whether at home or
on the road. Listen to weather radio or local media for updated weather
information.

A warning means a severe thunderstorm or tornado has been observed or is
indicated by Doppler weather radar.  If a warning is issued for your
location, immediately put your emergency safety plan into action.

...SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS MAY PRODUCE...

Strong damaging winds...damaging downburst winds associated with a severe
thunderstorm will be greater than 60 mph. Go indoors or into a basement
or storm shelter and stay away from windows.

Large hail...destructive hail associated with a severe thunderstorm will be
greater than one inch in diameter. Go indoors or into a basement and stay
away from windows.

Heavy rain...heavy rain may produce flash flooding quickly. Avoid low lying
and poor drainage areas. Be cautious when driving at night as roads could be
washed out.  Turn around, don`t drown.

Deadly lightning...Lightning is a an underrated killer.  When lightning
threatens, get indoors and away from windows, stay away from trees or towers
and avoid lakes and boats.

Tornadoes...Tornadoes are natures most violent storms. The best shelters are
a basement or underground storm shelter on the lowest floor in the middle of
the building, or in an interior hallway or designated shelter area.  Avoid
windows, mobile homes and large open spaces like a gymnasium or auditorium.
If on the road, drive to find safe shelter.  As a last resort either abandon
vehicles and get into a ditch or stay belted in your vehicle crouched below
the window line.

Again, stay informed of the weather situation. Know your county, nearby cities,
and local landmarks whether at home or on the road.

Listen to weather radio or local media for updated weather information.

$$


000
NOUS43 KTOP 190829
PNSTOP
PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
329 AM CDT SUN JUL 19 2015

 ...STORM SAFETY INFORMATION....

A Severe weather watch has been issued by the National Weather Service
in Topeka for a portion of Kansas.  In the interest of public safety,
the following safety information is provided.

A watch means conditions are favorable for severe weather development
within the watch area. There is no cause for immediate concern, and you may
go about your normal business. Stay informed of the weather situation.
Know your county, nearby cities, and local landmarks whether at home or
on the road. Listen to weather radio or local media for updated weather
information.

A warning means a severe thunderstorm or tornado has been observed or is
indicated by Doppler weather radar.  If a warning is issued for your
location, immediately put your emergency safety plan into action.

...SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS MAY PRODUCE...

Strong damaging winds...damaging downburst winds associated with a severe
thunderstorm will be greater than 60 mph. Go indoors or into a basement
or storm shelter and stay away from windows.

Large hail...destructive hail associated with a severe thunderstorm will be
greater than one inch in diameter. Go indoors or into a basement and stay
away from windows.

Heavy rain...heavy rain may produce flash flooding quickly. Avoid low lying
and poor drainage areas. Be cautious when driving at night as roads could be
washed out.  Turn around, don`t drown.

Deadly lightning...Lightning is a an underrated killer.  When lightning
threatens, get indoors and away from windows, stay away from trees or towers
and avoid lakes and boats.

Tornadoes...Tornadoes are natures most violent storms. The best shelters are
a basement or underground storm shelter on the lowest floor in the middle of
the building, or in an interior hallway or designated shelter area.  Avoid
windows, mobile homes and large open spaces like a gymnasium or auditorium.
If on the road, drive to find safe shelter.  As a last resort either abandon
vehicles and get into a ditch or stay belted in your vehicle crouched below
the window line.

Again, stay informed of the weather situation. Know your county, nearby cities,
and local landmarks whether at home or on the road.

Listen to weather radio or local media for updated weather information.

$$



000
NOUS45 KPSR 190426
PNSPSR

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PHOENIX AZ
900 PM MST SAT JUL 18 2015

...PHOENIX AND SURROUNDING AREAS RAINFALL REPORTS...

                                                      RAINFALL (IN)
LOCATION                                              1 HR     24 HR
4TH OF JULY WASH               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
AGUA FRIA @ BUCKEYE            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
AHWATUKEE                      PHOENIX                0.00      0.08
ANTELOPE CREEK                 YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      2.01
APACHE JUNCTION FRS            APACHE JUNCTION        0.04      0.08
APACHE TRAIL                   APACHE JUNCTION        0.04      0.08
ARIZONA HUNT CLUB              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.04      0.35
ASU SOUTH                      TEMPE                  0.00      0.08
BARTLETT LAKE                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.67
BASELINE @ 547TH AVE.          MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
BELMONT MOUNTAINS              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
BLACK HILL                     YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.20
BLACK MOUNTAIN                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.20
BOX WASH                       MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.59
BUCKEYE @ 547TH AVE.           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
BUCKEYE FRS #1                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.12
BUCKEYE FRS #2                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
BUCKEYE FRS #3                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.20
BUCKS WELL                     YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.20
BULLDOG CANYON                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
BURTON TANK                    YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.04      0.04
CASANDRO DAM                   WICKENBURG             0.00      3.46
CASANDRO WASH                  WICKENBURG             0.08      3.50
CASTLE HOT SPRINGS             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.47
CAVE CREEK @ CACTUS            PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
CENTENNIAL @ WENDEN            LA PAZ COUNTY          0.00      0.43
CENTENNIAL DIVIDE              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.04
CENTENNIAL LEVEE               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.28
CENTENNIAL RAILROAD            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.24
CIRCLE CITY                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.43
COLUMBIA HILL                  YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.08
COLUMBUS WASH                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.08
CONGRESS                       YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.43
CONSTELLATION ROAD             WICKENBURG             0.08      3.31
COPPER WASH                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
COYOTE WASH                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
CROWN KING                     YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.28
CRUFF WASH                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.12      0.35
DAGGS WASH                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.59
DELANEY WASH                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.12      0.12
DEWEY                          YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.16      0.31
EAGLE EYE RD. @ CAP            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.24      0.24
EMF @ ARIZONA AVE.             PINAL COUNTY           0.04      0.04
FLORENCE JUNCTION              PINAL COUNTY           0.04      0.04
FLYING E TANK                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      3.70
FLYING E WASH                  WICKENBURG             0.04      3.54
FORD CANYON WASH               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.12      0.12
FOUR MILE WASH                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.12      0.12
G&F WOOLSEY PEAK               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.71
GARFIAS MTN. RANCH             YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.04      0.08
GILA @ ESTRELLA PKWY.          GOODYEAR               0.04      0.08
GILA BEND LANDFILL             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.08
GILA BEND MOUNTAINS            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
GRANITE REEF WASH              SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.24
GUADALUPE FRS                  PHOENIX                0.00      0.12
HARQUAHALA MTN.                LA PAZ COUNTY          0.04      0.08
HARTMAN WASH                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      2.72
HASSAYAMPA LANDFILL            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.12      0.12
HASSY R. @ BOX CANYON          YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      2.52
HASSY R. @ I-10                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.16
HASSY R. @ US 60               WICKENBURG             0.04      3.86
HASSY R. @ WAGONER RD.         YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.08      0.47
HORNER MTN. RANCH              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.08
HORSESHOE LAKE                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.08
HORSETHIEF BASIN               YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.04      0.31
HUMBOLDT MOUNTAIN              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
I-10 @ 355TH AVE.              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.12
I-17 @ SR 169                  YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.12      0.35
IBW @ MCKELLIPS RD.            SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.51
JACKRABBIT WASH                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
JEFFERSON @ 4TH AVE.           PHOENIX                0.00      0.28
JOSHUA TREE                    YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.16
MARTINEZ CREEK                 YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      1.89
MARYLAND @ 27TH AVE.           PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
MCDOWELL @ MERIDIAN            PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.04
MCMICKEN DAM                   SURPRISE               0.04      0.04
MCMICKEN FLOODWAY              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
MID-MARTINEZ CREEK             YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.94
MINNEHAHA                      YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.94
MORRISTOWN                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.83
MT. OATMAN                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.24      1.42
MT. ORD                        GILA COUNTY            0.04      0.04
MT. UNION WX                   YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.24      1.38
NW REGIONAL LANDFILL           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
O`BRIEN GULCH                  YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      1.73
PATTON ROAD                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.12
POWDER HOUSE WASH              WICKENBURG             0.04      3.50
POWERLINE FRS                  PINAL COUNTY           0.04      0.04
PRESCOTT VALLEY                YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.04      0.12
PRICE DRAIN @ 202              MESA                   0.00      0.16
QUEEN CR. @ CAP                PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.20
RAINBOW WASH                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.12
RITTENHOUSE FRS                PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.20
RITTER DAM                     YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.04
ROESER @ 2ND ST.               PHOENIX                0.00      0.47
SADDLEBACK FRS                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.08
SAGUARO LAKE                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
SALT R. @ 40TH ST.             PHOENIX                0.00      0.12
SAND TANK @ I-8                GILA BEND              0.08      0.12
SAND TANK WASH                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.08
SANTA CRUZ @ SR 84             PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.12
SAUCEDA WASH                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.12      0.16
SIGNAL BUTTE FRS               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
SMITH PEAK                     LA PAZ COUNTY          0.00      0.08
SOLS TANK                      YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.16
SOLS TRIB @ US 93              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.04      0.12
SOLS WASH @ SR 71              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.04      0.43
SOLS WASH NR MATTHIE           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      2.56
STANTON                        YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      1.97
SUGARLOAF MOUNTAIN             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
SUN VALLEY @ NORTHERN          BUCKEYE                0.04      0.08
SUNNYCOVE FRS                  WICKENBURG             0.51      3.62
SUNSET FRS                     WICKENBURG             0.04      3.07
SUNSET POINT                   YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.04      0.04
THOMAS @ 16TH ST.              PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
THUNDER MOUNTAIN               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
TIGER WASH                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
TIGER WASH FAN                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
TOWERS MTN.                    YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.47
TUTHILL @ RAY RD.              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.63
TWIN PEAKS                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      4.96
UPPER TRILBY WASH              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.79
UPPER WATERMAN WASH            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
VINEYARD FRS                   PINAL COUNTY           0.08      0.08
VULTURE MINE ROAD              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      4.53
WATERMAN @ RAINBOW             GOODYEAR               0.00      0.24
WEBB MOUNTAIN                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.12      0.39
WEEKES WASH BASELINE           APACHE JUNCTION        0.04      0.04
WHITE TANK PEAK                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
WHITLOW RANCH DAM              PINAL COUNTY           0.04      0.04
WICKENBURG AIRPORT             WICKENBURG             0.04      3.46
WILHOIT                        YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.08      0.43
WILLIAMS FIELD ROAD            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
WINTERS WASH                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.20      0.20
WITTMANN                       MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.12
WOLVERINE PASS                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
WOOD TANK                      YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.24

THESE RAINFALL AMOUNTS ARE PRELIMINARY AND ARE NOT OFFICIAL.
AUTOMATED GAUGE DATA ARE FROM THE MARICOPA COUNTY FLOOD
CONTROL DISTRICT. STATIONS WITH NO RECORDED PRECIPITATION
ARE NOT SHOWN.


000
NOUS45 KPSR 190426
PNSPSR

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PHOENIX AZ
900 PM MST SAT JUL 18 2015

...PHOENIX AND SURROUNDING AREAS RAINFALL REPORTS...

                                                      RAINFALL (IN)
LOCATION                                              1 HR     24 HR
4TH OF JULY WASH               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
AGUA FRIA @ BUCKEYE            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
AHWATUKEE                      PHOENIX                0.00      0.08
ANTELOPE CREEK                 YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      2.01
APACHE JUNCTION FRS            APACHE JUNCTION        0.04      0.08
APACHE TRAIL                   APACHE JUNCTION        0.04      0.08
ARIZONA HUNT CLUB              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.04      0.35
ASU SOUTH                      TEMPE                  0.00      0.08
BARTLETT LAKE                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.67
BASELINE @ 547TH AVE.          MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
BELMONT MOUNTAINS              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
BLACK HILL                     YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.20
BLACK MOUNTAIN                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.20
BOX WASH                       MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.59
BUCKEYE @ 547TH AVE.           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
BUCKEYE FRS #1                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.12
BUCKEYE FRS #2                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
BUCKEYE FRS #3                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.20
BUCKS WELL                     YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.20
BULLDOG CANYON                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
BURTON TANK                    YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.04      0.04
CASANDRO DAM                   WICKENBURG             0.00      3.46
CASANDRO WASH                  WICKENBURG             0.08      3.50
CASTLE HOT SPRINGS             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.47
CAVE CREEK @ CACTUS            PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
CENTENNIAL @ WENDEN            LA PAZ COUNTY          0.00      0.43
CENTENNIAL DIVIDE              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.04
CENTENNIAL LEVEE               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.28
CENTENNIAL RAILROAD            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.24
CIRCLE CITY                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.43
COLUMBIA HILL                  YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.08
COLUMBUS WASH                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.08
CONGRESS                       YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.43
CONSTELLATION ROAD             WICKENBURG             0.08      3.31
COPPER WASH                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
COYOTE WASH                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
CROWN KING                     YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.28
CRUFF WASH                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.12      0.35
DAGGS WASH                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.59
DELANEY WASH                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.12      0.12
DEWEY                          YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.16      0.31
EAGLE EYE RD. @ CAP            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.24      0.24
EMF @ ARIZONA AVE.             PINAL COUNTY           0.04      0.04
FLORENCE JUNCTION              PINAL COUNTY           0.04      0.04
FLYING E TANK                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      3.70
FLYING E WASH                  WICKENBURG             0.04      3.54
FORD CANYON WASH               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.12      0.12
FOUR MILE WASH                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.12      0.12
G&F WOOLSEY PEAK               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.71
GARFIAS MTN. RANCH             YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.04      0.08
GILA @ ESTRELLA PKWY.          GOODYEAR               0.04      0.08
GILA BEND LANDFILL             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.08
GILA BEND MOUNTAINS            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
GRANITE REEF WASH              SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.24
GUADALUPE FRS                  PHOENIX                0.00      0.12
HARQUAHALA MTN.                LA PAZ COUNTY          0.04      0.08
HARTMAN WASH                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      2.72
HASSAYAMPA LANDFILL            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.12      0.12
HASSY R. @ BOX CANYON          YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      2.52
HASSY R. @ I-10                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.16
HASSY R. @ US 60               WICKENBURG             0.04      3.86
HASSY R. @ WAGONER RD.         YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.08      0.47
HORNER MTN. RANCH              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.08
HORSESHOE LAKE                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.08
HORSETHIEF BASIN               YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.04      0.31
HUMBOLDT MOUNTAIN              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
I-10 @ 355TH AVE.              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.12
I-17 @ SR 169                  YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.12      0.35
IBW @ MCKELLIPS RD.            SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.51
JACKRABBIT WASH                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
JEFFERSON @ 4TH AVE.           PHOENIX                0.00      0.28
JOSHUA TREE                    YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.16
MARTINEZ CREEK                 YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      1.89
MARYLAND @ 27TH AVE.           PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
MCDOWELL @ MERIDIAN            PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.04
MCMICKEN DAM                   SURPRISE               0.04      0.04
MCMICKEN FLOODWAY              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
MID-MARTINEZ CREEK             YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.94
MINNEHAHA                      YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.94
MORRISTOWN                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.83
MT. OATMAN                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.24      1.42
MT. ORD                        GILA COUNTY            0.04      0.04
MT. UNION WX                   YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.24      1.38
NW REGIONAL LANDFILL           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
O`BRIEN GULCH                  YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      1.73
PATTON ROAD                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.12
POWDER HOUSE WASH              WICKENBURG             0.04      3.50
POWERLINE FRS                  PINAL COUNTY           0.04      0.04
PRESCOTT VALLEY                YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.04      0.12
PRICE DRAIN @ 202              MESA                   0.00      0.16
QUEEN CR. @ CAP                PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.20
RAINBOW WASH                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.12
RITTENHOUSE FRS                PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.20
RITTER DAM                     YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.04
ROESER @ 2ND ST.               PHOENIX                0.00      0.47
SADDLEBACK FRS                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.08
SAGUARO LAKE                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
SALT R. @ 40TH ST.             PHOENIX                0.00      0.12
SAND TANK @ I-8                GILA BEND              0.08      0.12
SAND TANK WASH                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.08
SANTA CRUZ @ SR 84             PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.12
SAUCEDA WASH                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.12      0.16
SIGNAL BUTTE FRS               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
SMITH PEAK                     LA PAZ COUNTY          0.00      0.08
SOLS TANK                      YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.16
SOLS TRIB @ US 93              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.04      0.12
SOLS WASH @ SR 71              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.04      0.43
SOLS WASH NR MATTHIE           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      2.56
STANTON                        YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      1.97
SUGARLOAF MOUNTAIN             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
SUN VALLEY @ NORTHERN          BUCKEYE                0.04      0.08
SUNNYCOVE FRS                  WICKENBURG             0.51      3.62
SUNSET FRS                     WICKENBURG             0.04      3.07
SUNSET POINT                   YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.04      0.04
THOMAS @ 16TH ST.              PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
THUNDER MOUNTAIN               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
TIGER WASH                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
TIGER WASH FAN                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
TOWERS MTN.                    YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.47
TUTHILL @ RAY RD.              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.63
TWIN PEAKS                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      4.96
UPPER TRILBY WASH              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.79
UPPER WATERMAN WASH            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
VINEYARD FRS                   PINAL COUNTY           0.08      0.08
VULTURE MINE ROAD              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      4.53
WATERMAN @ RAINBOW             GOODYEAR               0.00      0.24
WEBB MOUNTAIN                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.12      0.39
WEEKES WASH BASELINE           APACHE JUNCTION        0.04      0.04
WHITE TANK PEAK                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
WHITLOW RANCH DAM              PINAL COUNTY           0.04      0.04
WICKENBURG AIRPORT             WICKENBURG             0.04      3.46
WILHOIT                        YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.08      0.43
WILLIAMS FIELD ROAD            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
WINTERS WASH                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.20      0.20
WITTMANN                       MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.12
WOLVERINE PASS                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
WOOD TANK                      YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.24

THESE RAINFALL AMOUNTS ARE PRELIMINARY AND ARE NOT OFFICIAL.
AUTOMATED GAUGE DATA ARE FROM THE MARICOPA COUNTY FLOOD
CONTROL DISTRICT. STATIONS WITH NO RECORDED PRECIPITATION
ARE NOT SHOWN.



000
NOUS45 KPSR 190426
PNSPSR

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PHOENIX AZ
900 PM MST SAT JUL 18 2015

...PHOENIX AND SURROUNDING AREAS RAINFALL REPORTS...

                                                      RAINFALL (IN)
LOCATION                                              1 HR     24 HR
4TH OF JULY WASH               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
AGUA FRIA @ BUCKEYE            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
AHWATUKEE                      PHOENIX                0.00      0.08
ANTELOPE CREEK                 YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      2.01
APACHE JUNCTION FRS            APACHE JUNCTION        0.04      0.08
APACHE TRAIL                   APACHE JUNCTION        0.04      0.08
ARIZONA HUNT CLUB              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.04      0.35
ASU SOUTH                      TEMPE                  0.00      0.08
BARTLETT LAKE                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.67
BASELINE @ 547TH AVE.          MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
BELMONT MOUNTAINS              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
BLACK HILL                     YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.20
BLACK MOUNTAIN                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.20
BOX WASH                       MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.59
BUCKEYE @ 547TH AVE.           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
BUCKEYE FRS #1                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.12
BUCKEYE FRS #2                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
BUCKEYE FRS #3                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.20
BUCKS WELL                     YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.20
BULLDOG CANYON                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
BURTON TANK                    YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.04      0.04
CASANDRO DAM                   WICKENBURG             0.00      3.46
CASANDRO WASH                  WICKENBURG             0.08      3.50
CASTLE HOT SPRINGS             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.47
CAVE CREEK @ CACTUS            PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
CENTENNIAL @ WENDEN            LA PAZ COUNTY          0.00      0.43
CENTENNIAL DIVIDE              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.04
CENTENNIAL LEVEE               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.28
CENTENNIAL RAILROAD            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.24
CIRCLE CITY                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.43
COLUMBIA HILL                  YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.08
COLUMBUS WASH                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.08
CONGRESS                       YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.43
CONSTELLATION ROAD             WICKENBURG             0.08      3.31
COPPER WASH                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
COYOTE WASH                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
CROWN KING                     YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.28
CRUFF WASH                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.12      0.35
DAGGS WASH                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.59
DELANEY WASH                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.12      0.12
DEWEY                          YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.16      0.31
EAGLE EYE RD. @ CAP            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.24      0.24
EMF @ ARIZONA AVE.             PINAL COUNTY           0.04      0.04
FLORENCE JUNCTION              PINAL COUNTY           0.04      0.04
FLYING E TANK                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      3.70
FLYING E WASH                  WICKENBURG             0.04      3.54
FORD CANYON WASH               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.12      0.12
FOUR MILE WASH                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.12      0.12
G&F WOOLSEY PEAK               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.71
GARFIAS MTN. RANCH             YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.04      0.08
GILA @ ESTRELLA PKWY.          GOODYEAR               0.04      0.08
GILA BEND LANDFILL             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.08
GILA BEND MOUNTAINS            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
GRANITE REEF WASH              SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.24
GUADALUPE FRS                  PHOENIX                0.00      0.12
HARQUAHALA MTN.                LA PAZ COUNTY          0.04      0.08
HARTMAN WASH                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      2.72
HASSAYAMPA LANDFILL            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.12      0.12
HASSY R. @ BOX CANYON          YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      2.52
HASSY R. @ I-10                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.16
HASSY R. @ US 60               WICKENBURG             0.04      3.86
HASSY R. @ WAGONER RD.         YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.08      0.47
HORNER MTN. RANCH              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.08
HORSESHOE LAKE                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.08
HORSETHIEF BASIN               YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.04      0.31
HUMBOLDT MOUNTAIN              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
I-10 @ 355TH AVE.              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.12
I-17 @ SR 169                  YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.12      0.35
IBW @ MCKELLIPS RD.            SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.51
JACKRABBIT WASH                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
JEFFERSON @ 4TH AVE.           PHOENIX                0.00      0.28
JOSHUA TREE                    YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.16
MARTINEZ CREEK                 YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      1.89
MARYLAND @ 27TH AVE.           PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
MCDOWELL @ MERIDIAN            PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.04
MCMICKEN DAM                   SURPRISE               0.04      0.04
MCMICKEN FLOODWAY              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
MID-MARTINEZ CREEK             YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.94
MINNEHAHA                      YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.94
MORRISTOWN                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.83
MT. OATMAN                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.24      1.42
MT. ORD                        GILA COUNTY            0.04      0.04
MT. UNION WX                   YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.24      1.38
NW REGIONAL LANDFILL           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
O`BRIEN GULCH                  YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      1.73
PATTON ROAD                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.12
POWDER HOUSE WASH              WICKENBURG             0.04      3.50
POWERLINE FRS                  PINAL COUNTY           0.04      0.04
PRESCOTT VALLEY                YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.04      0.12
PRICE DRAIN @ 202              MESA                   0.00      0.16
QUEEN CR. @ CAP                PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.20
RAINBOW WASH                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.12
RITTENHOUSE FRS                PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.20
RITTER DAM                     YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.04
ROESER @ 2ND ST.               PHOENIX                0.00      0.47
SADDLEBACK FRS                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.08
SAGUARO LAKE                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
SALT R. @ 40TH ST.             PHOENIX                0.00      0.12
SAND TANK @ I-8                GILA BEND              0.08      0.12
SAND TANK WASH                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.08
SANTA CRUZ @ SR 84             PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.12
SAUCEDA WASH                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.12      0.16
SIGNAL BUTTE FRS               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
SMITH PEAK                     LA PAZ COUNTY          0.00      0.08
SOLS TANK                      YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.16
SOLS TRIB @ US 93              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.04      0.12
SOLS WASH @ SR 71              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.04      0.43
SOLS WASH NR MATTHIE           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      2.56
STANTON                        YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      1.97
SUGARLOAF MOUNTAIN             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
SUN VALLEY @ NORTHERN          BUCKEYE                0.04      0.08
SUNNYCOVE FRS                  WICKENBURG             0.51      3.62
SUNSET FRS                     WICKENBURG             0.04      3.07
SUNSET POINT                   YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.04      0.04
THOMAS @ 16TH ST.              PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
THUNDER MOUNTAIN               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
TIGER WASH                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
TIGER WASH FAN                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
TOWERS MTN.                    YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.47
TUTHILL @ RAY RD.              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.63
TWIN PEAKS                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      4.96
UPPER TRILBY WASH              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.79
UPPER WATERMAN WASH            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
VINEYARD FRS                   PINAL COUNTY           0.08      0.08
VULTURE MINE ROAD              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      4.53
WATERMAN @ RAINBOW             GOODYEAR               0.00      0.24
WEBB MOUNTAIN                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.12      0.39
WEEKES WASH BASELINE           APACHE JUNCTION        0.04      0.04
WHITE TANK PEAK                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
WHITLOW RANCH DAM              PINAL COUNTY           0.04      0.04
WICKENBURG AIRPORT             WICKENBURG             0.04      3.46
WILHOIT                        YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.08      0.43
WILLIAMS FIELD ROAD            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
WINTERS WASH                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.20      0.20
WITTMANN                       MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.12
WOLVERINE PASS                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
WOOD TANK                      YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.24

THESE RAINFALL AMOUNTS ARE PRELIMINARY AND ARE NOT OFFICIAL.
AUTOMATED GAUGE DATA ARE FROM THE MARICOPA COUNTY FLOOD
CONTROL DISTRICT. STATIONS WITH NO RECORDED PRECIPITATION
ARE NOT SHOWN.


000
NOUS45 KPSR 190426
PNSPSR

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PHOENIX AZ
900 PM MST SAT JUL 18 2015

...PHOENIX AND SURROUNDING AREAS RAINFALL REPORTS...

                                                      RAINFALL (IN)
LOCATION                                              1 HR     24 HR
4TH OF JULY WASH               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
AGUA FRIA @ BUCKEYE            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
AHWATUKEE                      PHOENIX                0.00      0.08
ANTELOPE CREEK                 YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      2.01
APACHE JUNCTION FRS            APACHE JUNCTION        0.04      0.08
APACHE TRAIL                   APACHE JUNCTION        0.04      0.08
ARIZONA HUNT CLUB              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.04      0.35
ASU SOUTH                      TEMPE                  0.00      0.08
BARTLETT LAKE                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.67
BASELINE @ 547TH AVE.          MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
BELMONT MOUNTAINS              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
BLACK HILL                     YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.20
BLACK MOUNTAIN                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.20
BOX WASH                       MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.59
BUCKEYE @ 547TH AVE.           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
BUCKEYE FRS #1                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.12
BUCKEYE FRS #2                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
BUCKEYE FRS #3                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.20
BUCKS WELL                     YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.20
BULLDOG CANYON                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
BURTON TANK                    YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.04      0.04
CASANDRO DAM                   WICKENBURG             0.00      3.46
CASANDRO WASH                  WICKENBURG             0.08      3.50
CASTLE HOT SPRINGS             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.47
CAVE CREEK @ CACTUS            PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
CENTENNIAL @ WENDEN            LA PAZ COUNTY          0.00      0.43
CENTENNIAL DIVIDE              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.04
CENTENNIAL LEVEE               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.28
CENTENNIAL RAILROAD            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.24
CIRCLE CITY                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.43
COLUMBIA HILL                  YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.08
COLUMBUS WASH                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.08
CONGRESS                       YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.43
CONSTELLATION ROAD             WICKENBURG             0.08      3.31
COPPER WASH                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
COYOTE WASH                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
CROWN KING                     YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.28
CRUFF WASH                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.12      0.35
DAGGS WASH                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.59
DELANEY WASH                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.12      0.12
DEWEY                          YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.16      0.31
EAGLE EYE RD. @ CAP            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.24      0.24
EMF @ ARIZONA AVE.             PINAL COUNTY           0.04      0.04
FLORENCE JUNCTION              PINAL COUNTY           0.04      0.04
FLYING E TANK                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      3.70
FLYING E WASH                  WICKENBURG             0.04      3.54
FORD CANYON WASH               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.12      0.12
FOUR MILE WASH                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.12      0.12
G&F WOOLSEY PEAK               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.71
GARFIAS MTN. RANCH             YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.04      0.08
GILA @ ESTRELLA PKWY.          GOODYEAR               0.04      0.08
GILA BEND LANDFILL             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.08
GILA BEND MOUNTAINS            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
GRANITE REEF WASH              SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.24
GUADALUPE FRS                  PHOENIX                0.00      0.12
HARQUAHALA MTN.                LA PAZ COUNTY          0.04      0.08
HARTMAN WASH                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      2.72
HASSAYAMPA LANDFILL            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.12      0.12
HASSY R. @ BOX CANYON          YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      2.52
HASSY R. @ I-10                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.16
HASSY R. @ US 60               WICKENBURG             0.04      3.86
HASSY R. @ WAGONER RD.         YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.08      0.47
HORNER MTN. RANCH              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.08
HORSESHOE LAKE                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.08
HORSETHIEF BASIN               YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.04      0.31
HUMBOLDT MOUNTAIN              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
I-10 @ 355TH AVE.              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.12
I-17 @ SR 169                  YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.12      0.35
IBW @ MCKELLIPS RD.            SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.51
JACKRABBIT WASH                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
JEFFERSON @ 4TH AVE.           PHOENIX                0.00      0.28
JOSHUA TREE                    YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.16
MARTINEZ CREEK                 YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      1.89
MARYLAND @ 27TH AVE.           PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
MCDOWELL @ MERIDIAN            PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.04
MCMICKEN DAM                   SURPRISE               0.04      0.04
MCMICKEN FLOODWAY              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
MID-MARTINEZ CREEK             YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.94
MINNEHAHA                      YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.94
MORRISTOWN                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.83
MT. OATMAN                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.24      1.42
MT. ORD                        GILA COUNTY            0.04      0.04
MT. UNION WX                   YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.24      1.38
NW REGIONAL LANDFILL           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
O`BRIEN GULCH                  YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      1.73
PATTON ROAD                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.12
POWDER HOUSE WASH              WICKENBURG             0.04      3.50
POWERLINE FRS                  PINAL COUNTY           0.04      0.04
PRESCOTT VALLEY                YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.04      0.12
PRICE DRAIN @ 202              MESA                   0.00      0.16
QUEEN CR. @ CAP                PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.20
RAINBOW WASH                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.12
RITTENHOUSE FRS                PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.20
RITTER DAM                     YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.04
ROESER @ 2ND ST.               PHOENIX                0.00      0.47
SADDLEBACK FRS                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.08
SAGUARO LAKE                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
SALT R. @ 40TH ST.             PHOENIX                0.00      0.12
SAND TANK @ I-8                GILA BEND              0.08      0.12
SAND TANK WASH                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.08
SANTA CRUZ @ SR 84             PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.12
SAUCEDA WASH                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.12      0.16
SIGNAL BUTTE FRS               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
SMITH PEAK                     LA PAZ COUNTY          0.00      0.08
SOLS TANK                      YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.16
SOLS TRIB @ US 93              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.04      0.12
SOLS WASH @ SR 71              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.04      0.43
SOLS WASH NR MATTHIE           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      2.56
STANTON                        YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      1.97
SUGARLOAF MOUNTAIN             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
SUN VALLEY @ NORTHERN          BUCKEYE                0.04      0.08
SUNNYCOVE FRS                  WICKENBURG             0.51      3.62
SUNSET FRS                     WICKENBURG             0.04      3.07
SUNSET POINT                   YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.04      0.04
THOMAS @ 16TH ST.              PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
THUNDER MOUNTAIN               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
TIGER WASH                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
TIGER WASH FAN                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
TOWERS MTN.                    YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.47
TUTHILL @ RAY RD.              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.63
TWIN PEAKS                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      4.96
UPPER TRILBY WASH              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.79
UPPER WATERMAN WASH            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
VINEYARD FRS                   PINAL COUNTY           0.08      0.08
VULTURE MINE ROAD              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      4.53
WATERMAN @ RAINBOW             GOODYEAR               0.00      0.24
WEBB MOUNTAIN                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.12      0.39
WEEKES WASH BASELINE           APACHE JUNCTION        0.04      0.04
WHITE TANK PEAK                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
WHITLOW RANCH DAM              PINAL COUNTY           0.04      0.04
WICKENBURG AIRPORT             WICKENBURG             0.04      3.46
WILHOIT                        YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.08      0.43
WILLIAMS FIELD ROAD            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
WINTERS WASH                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.20      0.20
WITTMANN                       MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.12
WOLVERINE PASS                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
WOOD TANK                      YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.24

THESE RAINFALL AMOUNTS ARE PRELIMINARY AND ARE NOT OFFICIAL.
AUTOMATED GAUGE DATA ARE FROM THE MARICOPA COUNTY FLOOD
CONTROL DISTRICT. STATIONS WITH NO RECORDED PRECIPITATION
ARE NOT SHOWN.



000
NOUS45 KSLC 190258 AAA
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
856 PM MDT SAT JUL 18 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS RAINFALL AND PEAK WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 800 PM.

***** PRECIP REPORTS *****                 TIME      PRECIP

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
LEWISTON - 4514 FT                       8 PM SAT     0.21
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                  8 PM SAT     0.16
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          8 PM SAT     0.15
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     8 PM SAT     0.09
LOGAN - 4444 FT                          8 PM SAT     0.09
LOGAN - 4465 FT                          8 PM SAT     0.06
LOGAN DRAINAGE FARM - 4435 FT            8 PM SAT     0.05

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                 8 PM SAT     0.19
TREMONTON - 4331 FT                      8 PM SAT     0.11
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                       8 PM SAT     0.08

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SPANISH FORK - 4738 FT                   8 PM SAT     0.05

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
SNOWVILLE - 4560 FT                      8 PM SAT     0.22
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                    8 PM SAT     0.15
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        8 PM SAT     0.11
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT               8 PM SAT     0.10

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
WANSHIP DAM - 5940 FT                    5 PM SAT     0.03

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
LAKETOWN - 5980 FT                       5 PM SAT     0.06

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
FOUNTAIN GREEN 4ENE - 7166 FT            8 PM SAT     0.27

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       7 PM SAT     0.23
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           8 PM SAT     0.05

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
BRUIN POINT - 10200 FT                   8 PM SAT     0.07
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      8 PM SAT     0.06

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
DUCHESNE - 5520 FT                       5 PM SAT     0.05

...CASTLE COUNTRY...
WELLINGTON 3 E - 5400 FT                 5 PM SAT     0.12

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
CAPITOL REEF NP - 5905 FT                8 PM SAT     0.24
FLATTOP MOUNTAIN - 6120 FT               8 PM SAT     0.13

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
MUD SPRING - 5902 FT                     8 PM SAT     0.18
DELTA - 4635 FT                          8 PM SAT     0.08

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
JENSEN SPRING - 5744 FT                  8 PM SAT     0.35
CEDAR CITY - 5895 FT                     8 PM SAT     0.20
PAROWAN 10NW - 5820 FT                   8 PM SAT     0.18
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        8 PM SAT     0.09
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT      8 PM SAT     0.05
CEDAR CITY                              11 AM SAT     0.05

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ST GEORGE MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 2940 FT    8 PM SAT     1.26
ZION NATIONAL PARK - 5741 FT             8 PM SAT     0.78
FT PIERCE WASH NR ST. GEORGE - 2810 FT   8 PM SAT     0.76
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    8 PM SAT     0.74
WASHINGTON - 2615 FT                     7 PM SAT     0.62
WHITE REEF - 3440 FT                     8 PM SAT     0.39
ST GEORGE - 2612 FT                      8 PM SAT     0.26
ST. GEORGE - 2690 FT                     8 PM SAT     0.14

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    8 PM SAT     0.20
HORSE HOLLOW - 6010 FT                   8 PM SAT     0.18
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    8 PM SAT     0.14
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     8 PM SAT     0.08

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
AGUA CANYON - 8890 FT                    8 PM SAT     1.23
LAVA POINT RAWS - 7890 FT                8 PM SAT     0.68
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              7 PM SAT     0.63
ASSAY - 8100 FT                          8 PM SAT     0.58
COAL CREEK NEAR CEDAR CITY 3E - 6017 FT  5 PM SAT     0.57
FISHLAKE D2 PT #2 - 7100 FT              8 PM SAT     0.50
GREENVILLE BENCH PORTABLE - 6200 FT      8 PM SAT     0.45
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 8 PM SAT     0.42
BRYCE CANYON AIRPORT - 7585 FT           8 PM SAT     0.41
BRYCE CANYON - 7855 FT                   8 PM SAT     0.39
TOM BEST SPRING - 7718 FT                8 PM SAT     0.37
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              8 PM SAT     0.36
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      8 PM SAT     0.25
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      7 PM SAT     0.18
LOA - 7096 FT                            8 PM SAT     0.16
BUCK FLAT - 8000 FT                      8 PM SAT     0.07
LARB HOLLOW - 8490 FT                    8 PM SAT     0.06

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT       8 PM SAT     0.35

***** WIND REPORTS *****                   TIME     WINDSPEED

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          7 PM SAT     40 MPH

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       7 AM SAT     43 MPH
I-15 AT TREMONTON - 4295 FT              6 PM SAT     41 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
FLIGHT PARK SOUTH - 5202 FT              8 AM SAT     42 MPH

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
PROVO MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 4498 FT        7 PM SAT     46 MPH
PIONEER CROSSING - 4650 FT               8 AM SAT     41 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
GUNNISON ISLAND - 4242 FT                6 AM SAT     55 MPH
HAT ISLAND - 4242 FT                     6 AM SAT     48 MPH
BADGER ISLAND - 4199 FT                  5 AM SAT     46 MPH
UTTR THERMAL TREATMENT UNIT - 4915 FT    6 AM SAT     43 MPH
INTERSTATE 80 - 4125 FT                  6 AM SAT     41 MPH
SR-30 AT CURLEW - 4766 FT                4 PM SAT     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
TRAPPERS LOOP ROAD - 5774 FT             8 AM SAT     41 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
SUNDANCE - ARROWHEAD - 8251 FT           8 PM SAT     54 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
DRY RIDGE - 11565 FT                     2 PM SAT     41 MPH

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
PORTABLE RWIS 4 - 9805 FT                8 AM SAT     47 MPH

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
FLATTOP MOUNTAIN - 6120 FT               2 PM SAT     69 MPH

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
I-70 AT SALINA - 5226 FT                 4 PM SAT     45 MPH

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
CEDAR CITY MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5627 FT   4 PM SAT     46 MPH
BRIMSTONE RESERVOIR - 5620 FT            7 PM SAT     44 MPH

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ST GEORGE MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 2940 FT    4 PM SAT     54 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    3 PM SAT     72 MPH
SR-72 AT HOGAN PASS - 8977 FT            7 AM SAT     53 MPH
FREMONT JUNCTION - 6801 FT               6 AM SAT     50 MPH
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    5 PM SAT     49 MPH
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     7 PM SAT     42 MPH
DOG VALLEY - 6180 FT                     2 PM SAT     41 MPH

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SR-12 AT BOULDER SUMMIT - 9595 FT        6 AM SAT     41 MPH

$$


000
NOUS45 KSLC 190258 AAA
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
856 PM MDT SAT JUL 18 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS RAINFALL AND PEAK WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 800 PM.

***** PRECIP REPORTS *****                 TIME      PRECIP

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
LEWISTON - 4514 FT                       8 PM SAT     0.21
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                  8 PM SAT     0.16
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          8 PM SAT     0.15
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     8 PM SAT     0.09
LOGAN - 4444 FT                          8 PM SAT     0.09
LOGAN - 4465 FT                          8 PM SAT     0.06
LOGAN DRAINAGE FARM - 4435 FT            8 PM SAT     0.05

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                 8 PM SAT     0.19
TREMONTON - 4331 FT                      8 PM SAT     0.11
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                       8 PM SAT     0.08

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SPANISH FORK - 4738 FT                   8 PM SAT     0.05

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
SNOWVILLE - 4560 FT                      8 PM SAT     0.22
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                    8 PM SAT     0.15
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        8 PM SAT     0.11
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT               8 PM SAT     0.10

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
WANSHIP DAM - 5940 FT                    5 PM SAT     0.03

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
LAKETOWN - 5980 FT                       5 PM SAT     0.06

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
FOUNTAIN GREEN 4ENE - 7166 FT            8 PM SAT     0.27

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       7 PM SAT     0.23
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           8 PM SAT     0.05

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
BRUIN POINT - 10200 FT                   8 PM SAT     0.07
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      8 PM SAT     0.06

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
DUCHESNE - 5520 FT                       5 PM SAT     0.05

...CASTLE COUNTRY...
WELLINGTON 3 E - 5400 FT                 5 PM SAT     0.12

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
CAPITOL REEF NP - 5905 FT                8 PM SAT     0.24
FLATTOP MOUNTAIN - 6120 FT               8 PM SAT     0.13

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
MUD SPRING - 5902 FT                     8 PM SAT     0.18
DELTA - 4635 FT                          8 PM SAT     0.08

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
JENSEN SPRING - 5744 FT                  8 PM SAT     0.35
CEDAR CITY - 5895 FT                     8 PM SAT     0.20
PAROWAN 10NW - 5820 FT                   8 PM SAT     0.18
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        8 PM SAT     0.09
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT      8 PM SAT     0.05
CEDAR CITY                              11 AM SAT     0.05

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ST GEORGE MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 2940 FT    8 PM SAT     1.26
ZION NATIONAL PARK - 5741 FT             8 PM SAT     0.78
FT PIERCE WASH NR ST. GEORGE - 2810 FT   8 PM SAT     0.76
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    8 PM SAT     0.74
WASHINGTON - 2615 FT                     7 PM SAT     0.62
WHITE REEF - 3440 FT                     8 PM SAT     0.39
ST GEORGE - 2612 FT                      8 PM SAT     0.26
ST. GEORGE - 2690 FT                     8 PM SAT     0.14

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    8 PM SAT     0.20
HORSE HOLLOW - 6010 FT                   8 PM SAT     0.18
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    8 PM SAT     0.14
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     8 PM SAT     0.08

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
AGUA CANYON - 8890 FT                    8 PM SAT     1.23
LAVA POINT RAWS - 7890 FT                8 PM SAT     0.68
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              7 PM SAT     0.63
ASSAY - 8100 FT                          8 PM SAT     0.58
COAL CREEK NEAR CEDAR CITY 3E - 6017 FT  5 PM SAT     0.57
FISHLAKE D2 PT #2 - 7100 FT              8 PM SAT     0.50
GREENVILLE BENCH PORTABLE - 6200 FT      8 PM SAT     0.45
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 8 PM SAT     0.42
BRYCE CANYON AIRPORT - 7585 FT           8 PM SAT     0.41
BRYCE CANYON - 7855 FT                   8 PM SAT     0.39
TOM BEST SPRING - 7718 FT                8 PM SAT     0.37
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              8 PM SAT     0.36
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      8 PM SAT     0.25
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      7 PM SAT     0.18
LOA - 7096 FT                            8 PM SAT     0.16
BUCK FLAT - 8000 FT                      8 PM SAT     0.07
LARB HOLLOW - 8490 FT                    8 PM SAT     0.06

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT       8 PM SAT     0.35

***** WIND REPORTS *****                   TIME     WINDSPEED

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          7 PM SAT     40 MPH

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       7 AM SAT     43 MPH
I-15 AT TREMONTON - 4295 FT              6 PM SAT     41 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
FLIGHT PARK SOUTH - 5202 FT              8 AM SAT     42 MPH

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
PROVO MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 4498 FT        7 PM SAT     46 MPH
PIONEER CROSSING - 4650 FT               8 AM SAT     41 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
GUNNISON ISLAND - 4242 FT                6 AM SAT     55 MPH
HAT ISLAND - 4242 FT                     6 AM SAT     48 MPH
BADGER ISLAND - 4199 FT                  5 AM SAT     46 MPH
UTTR THERMAL TREATMENT UNIT - 4915 FT    6 AM SAT     43 MPH
INTERSTATE 80 - 4125 FT                  6 AM SAT     41 MPH
SR-30 AT CURLEW - 4766 FT                4 PM SAT     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
TRAPPERS LOOP ROAD - 5774 FT             8 AM SAT     41 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
SUNDANCE - ARROWHEAD - 8251 FT           8 PM SAT     54 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
DRY RIDGE - 11565 FT                     2 PM SAT     41 MPH

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
PORTABLE RWIS 4 - 9805 FT                8 AM SAT     47 MPH

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
FLATTOP MOUNTAIN - 6120 FT               2 PM SAT     69 MPH

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
I-70 AT SALINA - 5226 FT                 4 PM SAT     45 MPH

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
CEDAR CITY MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5627 FT   4 PM SAT     46 MPH
BRIMSTONE RESERVOIR - 5620 FT            7 PM SAT     44 MPH

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ST GEORGE MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 2940 FT    4 PM SAT     54 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    3 PM SAT     72 MPH
SR-72 AT HOGAN PASS - 8977 FT            7 AM SAT     53 MPH
FREMONT JUNCTION - 6801 FT               6 AM SAT     50 MPH
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    5 PM SAT     49 MPH
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     7 PM SAT     42 MPH
DOG VALLEY - 6180 FT                     2 PM SAT     41 MPH

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SR-12 AT BOULDER SUMMIT - 9595 FT        6 AM SAT     41 MPH

$$



000
NOUS43 KBIS 190158
PNSBIS
NDZ001>005-009>013-017>023-025-031>037-040>048-050-051-172030-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BISMARCK ND
900 PM CDT SAT JUL 18 2015

...KMBX RADAR OFFLINE...

KMBX RADAR LOCATED NEAR MINOT IS NON-OPERATIONAL DUE TO A PART
FAILURE. THE PART IS ON ORDER...WITH THE RADAR POSSIBLY DOWN UNTIL
MONDAY...JULY 20. SURROUNDING RADARS THAT CAN BE ACCESSED INCLUDE
KBIS IN BISMARCK...KMVX IN MAYVILLE...AND KGGW IN GLASGOW MONTANA.

$$

JJS/AC


000
NOUS43 KBIS 190158
PNSBIS
NDZ001>005-009>013-017>023-025-031>037-040>048-050-051-172030-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BISMARCK ND
900 PM CDT SAT JUL 18 2015

...KMBX RADAR OFFLINE...

KMBX RADAR LOCATED NEAR MINOT IS NON-OPERATIONAL DUE TO A PART
FAILURE. THE PART IS ON ORDER...WITH THE RADAR POSSIBLY DOWN UNTIL
MONDAY...JULY 20. SURROUNDING RADARS THAT CAN BE ACCESSED INCLUDE
KBIS IN BISMARCK...KMVX IN MAYVILLE...AND KGGW IN GLASGOW MONTANA.

$$

JJS/AC



000
NOUS45 KSLC 190017 AAA
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
615 PM MDT SAT JUL 18 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS RAINFALL AND PEAK WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 600 PM.

***** PRECIP REPORTS *****                 TIME      PRECIP

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                  6 PM SAT     0.16
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          6 PM SAT     0.15
LEWISTON - 4514 FT                       6 PM SAT     0.14
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     6 PM SAT     0.09
LOGAN - 4444 FT                          6 PM SAT     0.09
LOGAN DRAINAGE FARM - 4435 FT            6 PM SAT     0.05

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                 6 PM SAT     0.18
TREMONTON - 4331 FT                      6 PM SAT     0.11
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                       5 PM SAT     0.08

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
SNOWVILLE - 4560 FT                      6 PM SAT     0.15
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                    5 PM SAT     0.15
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT               6 PM SAT     0.10
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        3 PM SAT     0.09

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
FOUNTAIN GREEN 4ENE - 7166 FT            6 PM SAT     0.27

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       5 PM SAT     0.23

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
BRUIN POINT - 10200 FT                   5 PM SAT     0.07
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      5 PM SAT     0.05

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
CAPITOL REEF NP - 5905 FT                6 PM SAT     0.24
FLATTOP MOUNTAIN - 6120 FT               5 PM SAT     0.13

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
JENSEN SPRING - 5744 FT                  5 PM SAT     0.35
PAROWAN 10NW - 5820 FT                   6 PM SAT     0.18
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        5 PM SAT     0.09
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT      6 PM SAT     0.05
CEDAR CITY                              11 AM SAT     0.05

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ST GEORGE MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 2940 FT    6 PM SAT     1.25
WASHINGTON - 2615 FT                     5 PM SAT     0.62
FT PIERCE WASH NR ST. GEORGE - 2810 FT   5 PM SAT     0.53
ZION NATIONAL PARK - 5741 FT             6 PM SAT     0.48
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    5 PM SAT     0.32
WHITE REEF - 3440 FT                     5 PM SAT     0.30
ST GEORGE - 2612 FT                      6 PM SAT     0.26

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    5 PM SAT     0.20
HORSE HOLLOW - 6010 FT                   5 PM SAT     0.18
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    5 PM SAT     0.14
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     5 PM SAT     0.08

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
AGUA CANYON - 8890 FT                    4 PM SAT     0.89
COAL CREEK NEAR CEDAR CITY 3E - 6017 FT  5 PM SAT     0.57
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              5 PM SAT     0.56
FISHLAKE D2 PT #2 - 7100 FT              5 PM SAT     0.50
GREENVILLE BENCH PORTABLE - 6200 FT      5 PM SAT     0.44
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              6 PM SAT     0.36
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 5 PM SAT     0.33
BRYCE CANYON - 7855 FT                   4 PM SAT     0.19
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      5 PM SAT     0.17
LAVA POINT RAWS - 7890 FT                5 PM SAT     0.14
BRYCE CANYON AIRPORT - 7585 FT           6 PM SAT     0.12
LOA - 7096 FT                            6 PM SAT     0.11
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      6 PM SAT     0.10

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT       5 PM SAT     0.31

***** WIND REPORTS *****                   TIME     WINDSPEED

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       7 AM SAT     43 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
FLIGHT PARK SOUTH - 5202 FT              8 AM SAT     42 MPH

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
PIONEER CROSSING - 4650 FT               8 AM SAT     41 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
HAT ISLAND - 4242 FT                     6 AM SAT     48 MPH
UTTR THERMAL TREATMENT UNIT - 4915 FT    6 AM SAT     43 MPH
SR-30 AT CURLEW - 4766 FT                4 PM SAT     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
TRAPPERS LOOP ROAD - 5774 FT             8 AM SAT     41 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
DRY RIDGE - 11565 FT                     2 PM SAT     41 MPH

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
PORTABLE RWIS 4 - 9805 FT                8 AM SAT     47 MPH

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
FLATTOP MOUNTAIN - 6120 FT               2 PM SAT     69 MPH

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
I-70 AT SALINA - 5226 FT                 4 PM SAT     45 MPH

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
CEDAR CITY MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5627 FT   4 PM SAT     46 MPH

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ST GEORGE MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 2940 FT    4 PM SAT     54 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    3 PM SAT     72 MPH
SR-72 AT HOGAN PASS - 8977 FT            7 AM SAT     53 MPH
FREMONT JUNCTION - 6801 FT               6 AM SAT     50 MPH
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    5 PM SAT     49 MPH
DOG VALLEY - 6180 FT                     2 PM SAT     41 MPH
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     7 AM SAT     41 MPH

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SR-12 AT BOULDER SUMMIT - 9595 FT        6 AM SAT     41 MPH

$$


000
NOUS45 KSLC 190017 AAA
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
615 PM MDT SAT JUL 18 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS RAINFALL AND PEAK WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 600 PM.

***** PRECIP REPORTS *****                 TIME      PRECIP

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                  6 PM SAT     0.16
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          6 PM SAT     0.15
LEWISTON - 4514 FT                       6 PM SAT     0.14
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     6 PM SAT     0.09
LOGAN - 4444 FT                          6 PM SAT     0.09
LOGAN DRAINAGE FARM - 4435 FT            6 PM SAT     0.05

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                 6 PM SAT     0.18
TREMONTON - 4331 FT                      6 PM SAT     0.11
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                       5 PM SAT     0.08

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
SNOWVILLE - 4560 FT                      6 PM SAT     0.15
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                    5 PM SAT     0.15
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT               6 PM SAT     0.10
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        3 PM SAT     0.09

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
FOUNTAIN GREEN 4ENE - 7166 FT            6 PM SAT     0.27

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       5 PM SAT     0.23

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
BRUIN POINT - 10200 FT                   5 PM SAT     0.07
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      5 PM SAT     0.05

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
CAPITOL REEF NP - 5905 FT                6 PM SAT     0.24
FLATTOP MOUNTAIN - 6120 FT               5 PM SAT     0.13

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
JENSEN SPRING - 5744 FT                  5 PM SAT     0.35
PAROWAN 10NW - 5820 FT                   6 PM SAT     0.18
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        5 PM SAT     0.09
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT      6 PM SAT     0.05
CEDAR CITY                              11 AM SAT     0.05

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ST GEORGE MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 2940 FT    6 PM SAT     1.25
WASHINGTON - 2615 FT                     5 PM SAT     0.62
FT PIERCE WASH NR ST. GEORGE - 2810 FT   5 PM SAT     0.53
ZION NATIONAL PARK - 5741 FT             6 PM SAT     0.48
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    5 PM SAT     0.32
WHITE REEF - 3440 FT                     5 PM SAT     0.30
ST GEORGE - 2612 FT                      6 PM SAT     0.26

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    5 PM SAT     0.20
HORSE HOLLOW - 6010 FT                   5 PM SAT     0.18
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    5 PM SAT     0.14
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     5 PM SAT     0.08

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
AGUA CANYON - 8890 FT                    4 PM SAT     0.89
COAL CREEK NEAR CEDAR CITY 3E - 6017 FT  5 PM SAT     0.57
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              5 PM SAT     0.56
FISHLAKE D2 PT #2 - 7100 FT              5 PM SAT     0.50
GREENVILLE BENCH PORTABLE - 6200 FT      5 PM SAT     0.44
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              6 PM SAT     0.36
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 5 PM SAT     0.33
BRYCE CANYON - 7855 FT                   4 PM SAT     0.19
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      5 PM SAT     0.17
LAVA POINT RAWS - 7890 FT                5 PM SAT     0.14
BRYCE CANYON AIRPORT - 7585 FT           6 PM SAT     0.12
LOA - 7096 FT                            6 PM SAT     0.11
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      6 PM SAT     0.10

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT       5 PM SAT     0.31

***** WIND REPORTS *****                   TIME     WINDSPEED

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       7 AM SAT     43 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
FLIGHT PARK SOUTH - 5202 FT              8 AM SAT     42 MPH

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
PIONEER CROSSING - 4650 FT               8 AM SAT     41 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
HAT ISLAND - 4242 FT                     6 AM SAT     48 MPH
UTTR THERMAL TREATMENT UNIT - 4915 FT    6 AM SAT     43 MPH
SR-30 AT CURLEW - 4766 FT                4 PM SAT     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
TRAPPERS LOOP ROAD - 5774 FT             8 AM SAT     41 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
DRY RIDGE - 11565 FT                     2 PM SAT     41 MPH

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
PORTABLE RWIS 4 - 9805 FT                8 AM SAT     47 MPH

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
FLATTOP MOUNTAIN - 6120 FT               2 PM SAT     69 MPH

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
I-70 AT SALINA - 5226 FT                 4 PM SAT     45 MPH

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
CEDAR CITY MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5627 FT   4 PM SAT     46 MPH

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ST GEORGE MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 2940 FT    4 PM SAT     54 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    3 PM SAT     72 MPH
SR-72 AT HOGAN PASS - 8977 FT            7 AM SAT     53 MPH
FREMONT JUNCTION - 6801 FT               6 AM SAT     50 MPH
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    5 PM SAT     49 MPH
DOG VALLEY - 6180 FT                     2 PM SAT     41 MPH
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     7 AM SAT     41 MPH

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SR-12 AT BOULDER SUMMIT - 9595 FT        6 AM SAT     41 MPH

$$


000
NOUS45 KSLC 190017 AAA
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
615 PM MDT SAT JUL 18 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS RAINFALL AND PEAK WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 600 PM.

***** PRECIP REPORTS *****                 TIME      PRECIP

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                  6 PM SAT     0.16
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          6 PM SAT     0.15
LEWISTON - 4514 FT                       6 PM SAT     0.14
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     6 PM SAT     0.09
LOGAN - 4444 FT                          6 PM SAT     0.09
LOGAN DRAINAGE FARM - 4435 FT            6 PM SAT     0.05

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                 6 PM SAT     0.18
TREMONTON - 4331 FT                      6 PM SAT     0.11
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                       5 PM SAT     0.08

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
SNOWVILLE - 4560 FT                      6 PM SAT     0.15
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                    5 PM SAT     0.15
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT               6 PM SAT     0.10
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        3 PM SAT     0.09

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
FOUNTAIN GREEN 4ENE - 7166 FT            6 PM SAT     0.27

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       5 PM SAT     0.23

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
BRUIN POINT - 10200 FT                   5 PM SAT     0.07
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      5 PM SAT     0.05

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
CAPITOL REEF NP - 5905 FT                6 PM SAT     0.24
FLATTOP MOUNTAIN - 6120 FT               5 PM SAT     0.13

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
JENSEN SPRING - 5744 FT                  5 PM SAT     0.35
PAROWAN 10NW - 5820 FT                   6 PM SAT     0.18
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        5 PM SAT     0.09
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT      6 PM SAT     0.05
CEDAR CITY                              11 AM SAT     0.05

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ST GEORGE MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 2940 FT    6 PM SAT     1.25
WASHINGTON - 2615 FT                     5 PM SAT     0.62
FT PIERCE WASH NR ST. GEORGE - 2810 FT   5 PM SAT     0.53
ZION NATIONAL PARK - 5741 FT             6 PM SAT     0.48
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    5 PM SAT     0.32
WHITE REEF - 3440 FT                     5 PM SAT     0.30
ST GEORGE - 2612 FT                      6 PM SAT     0.26

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    5 PM SAT     0.20
HORSE HOLLOW - 6010 FT                   5 PM SAT     0.18
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    5 PM SAT     0.14
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     5 PM SAT     0.08

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
AGUA CANYON - 8890 FT                    4 PM SAT     0.89
COAL CREEK NEAR CEDAR CITY 3E - 6017 FT  5 PM SAT     0.57
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              5 PM SAT     0.56
FISHLAKE D2 PT #2 - 7100 FT              5 PM SAT     0.50
GREENVILLE BENCH PORTABLE - 6200 FT      5 PM SAT     0.44
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              6 PM SAT     0.36
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 5 PM SAT     0.33
BRYCE CANYON - 7855 FT                   4 PM SAT     0.19
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      5 PM SAT     0.17
LAVA POINT RAWS - 7890 FT                5 PM SAT     0.14
BRYCE CANYON AIRPORT - 7585 FT           6 PM SAT     0.12
LOA - 7096 FT                            6 PM SAT     0.11
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      6 PM SAT     0.10

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT       5 PM SAT     0.31

***** WIND REPORTS *****                   TIME     WINDSPEED

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       7 AM SAT     43 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
FLIGHT PARK SOUTH - 5202 FT              8 AM SAT     42 MPH

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
PIONEER CROSSING - 4650 FT               8 AM SAT     41 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
HAT ISLAND - 4242 FT                     6 AM SAT     48 MPH
UTTR THERMAL TREATMENT UNIT - 4915 FT    6 AM SAT     43 MPH
SR-30 AT CURLEW - 4766 FT                4 PM SAT     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
TRAPPERS LOOP ROAD - 5774 FT             8 AM SAT     41 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
DRY RIDGE - 11565 FT                     2 PM SAT     41 MPH

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
PORTABLE RWIS 4 - 9805 FT                8 AM SAT     47 MPH

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
FLATTOP MOUNTAIN - 6120 FT               2 PM SAT     69 MPH

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
I-70 AT SALINA - 5226 FT                 4 PM SAT     45 MPH

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
CEDAR CITY MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5627 FT   4 PM SAT     46 MPH

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ST GEORGE MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 2940 FT    4 PM SAT     54 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    3 PM SAT     72 MPH
SR-72 AT HOGAN PASS - 8977 FT            7 AM SAT     53 MPH
FREMONT JUNCTION - 6801 FT               6 AM SAT     50 MPH
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    5 PM SAT     49 MPH
DOG VALLEY - 6180 FT                     2 PM SAT     41 MPH
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     7 AM SAT     41 MPH

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SR-12 AT BOULDER SUMMIT - 9595 FT        6 AM SAT     41 MPH

$$


000
NOUS45 KSLC 190017 AAA
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
615 PM MDT SAT JUL 18 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS RAINFALL AND PEAK WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 600 PM.

***** PRECIP REPORTS *****                 TIME      PRECIP

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                  6 PM SAT     0.16
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          6 PM SAT     0.15
LEWISTON - 4514 FT                       6 PM SAT     0.14
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     6 PM SAT     0.09
LOGAN - 4444 FT                          6 PM SAT     0.09
LOGAN DRAINAGE FARM - 4435 FT            6 PM SAT     0.05

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                 6 PM SAT     0.18
TREMONTON - 4331 FT                      6 PM SAT     0.11
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                       5 PM SAT     0.08

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
SNOWVILLE - 4560 FT                      6 PM SAT     0.15
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                    5 PM SAT     0.15
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT               6 PM SAT     0.10
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        3 PM SAT     0.09

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
FOUNTAIN GREEN 4ENE - 7166 FT            6 PM SAT     0.27

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       5 PM SAT     0.23

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
BRUIN POINT - 10200 FT                   5 PM SAT     0.07
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      5 PM SAT     0.05

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
CAPITOL REEF NP - 5905 FT                6 PM SAT     0.24
FLATTOP MOUNTAIN - 6120 FT               5 PM SAT     0.13

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
JENSEN SPRING - 5744 FT                  5 PM SAT     0.35
PAROWAN 10NW - 5820 FT                   6 PM SAT     0.18
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        5 PM SAT     0.09
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT      6 PM SAT     0.05
CEDAR CITY                              11 AM SAT     0.05

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ST GEORGE MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 2940 FT    6 PM SAT     1.25
WASHINGTON - 2615 FT                     5 PM SAT     0.62
FT PIERCE WASH NR ST. GEORGE - 2810 FT   5 PM SAT     0.53
ZION NATIONAL PARK - 5741 FT             6 PM SAT     0.48
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    5 PM SAT     0.32
WHITE REEF - 3440 FT                     5 PM SAT     0.30
ST GEORGE - 2612 FT                      6 PM SAT     0.26

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    5 PM SAT     0.20
HORSE HOLLOW - 6010 FT                   5 PM SAT     0.18
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    5 PM SAT     0.14
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     5 PM SAT     0.08

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
AGUA CANYON - 8890 FT                    4 PM SAT     0.89
COAL CREEK NEAR CEDAR CITY 3E - 6017 FT  5 PM SAT     0.57
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              5 PM SAT     0.56
FISHLAKE D2 PT #2 - 7100 FT              5 PM SAT     0.50
GREENVILLE BENCH PORTABLE - 6200 FT      5 PM SAT     0.44
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              6 PM SAT     0.36
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 5 PM SAT     0.33
BRYCE CANYON - 7855 FT                   4 PM SAT     0.19
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      5 PM SAT     0.17
LAVA POINT RAWS - 7890 FT                5 PM SAT     0.14
BRYCE CANYON AIRPORT - 7585 FT           6 PM SAT     0.12
LOA - 7096 FT                            6 PM SAT     0.11
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      6 PM SAT     0.10

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT       5 PM SAT     0.31

***** WIND REPORTS *****                   TIME     WINDSPEED

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       7 AM SAT     43 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
FLIGHT PARK SOUTH - 5202 FT              8 AM SAT     42 MPH

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
PIONEER CROSSING - 4650 FT               8 AM SAT     41 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
HAT ISLAND - 4242 FT                     6 AM SAT     48 MPH
UTTR THERMAL TREATMENT UNIT - 4915 FT    6 AM SAT     43 MPH
SR-30 AT CURLEW - 4766 FT                4 PM SAT     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
TRAPPERS LOOP ROAD - 5774 FT             8 AM SAT     41 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
DRY RIDGE - 11565 FT                     2 PM SAT     41 MPH

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
PORTABLE RWIS 4 - 9805 FT                8 AM SAT     47 MPH

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
FLATTOP MOUNTAIN - 6120 FT               2 PM SAT     69 MPH

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
I-70 AT SALINA - 5226 FT                 4 PM SAT     45 MPH

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
CEDAR CITY MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5627 FT   4 PM SAT     46 MPH

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ST GEORGE MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 2940 FT    4 PM SAT     54 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    3 PM SAT     72 MPH
SR-72 AT HOGAN PASS - 8977 FT            7 AM SAT     53 MPH
FREMONT JUNCTION - 6801 FT               6 AM SAT     50 MPH
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    5 PM SAT     49 MPH
DOG VALLEY - 6180 FT                     2 PM SAT     41 MPH
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     7 AM SAT     41 MPH

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SR-12 AT BOULDER SUMMIT - 9595 FT        6 AM SAT     41 MPH

$$


000
NOUS45 KSLC 182238
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
432 PM MDT SAT JUL 18 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS RAINFALL AND PEAK WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 400 PM.

***** PRECIP REPORTS *****                 TIME      PRECIP

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                  4 PM SAT     0.16
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          4 PM SAT     0.15
LEWISTON - 4514 FT                       4 PM SAT     0.14
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     4 PM SAT     0.09
LOGAN - 4806 FT                          4 PM SAT     0.07

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                 4 PM SAT     0.18
TREMONTON - 4331 FT                      4 PM SAT     0.11
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                       4 PM SAT     0.08

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
SNOWVILLE - 4560 FT                      4 PM SAT     0.14
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                    4 PM SAT     0.09
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        3 PM SAT     0.09

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       3 PM SAT     0.23

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      4 PM SAT     0.05

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
CAPITOL REEF NP - 5905 FT                4 PM SAT     0.15
FLATTOP MOUNTAIN - 6120 FT               4 PM SAT     0.10

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
JENSEN SPRING - 5744 FT                  3 PM SAT     0.30
PAROWAN 10NW - 5820 FT                   4 PM SAT     0.11
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        3 PM SAT     0.09
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT      4 PM SAT     0.05
CEDAR CITY                              11 AM SAT     0.05

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    3 PM SAT     0.10
ZION NATIONAL PARK - 5741 FT             4 PM SAT     0.08
ST GEORGE - 2612 FT                      4 PM SAT     0.07
FT PIERCE WASH NR ST. GEORGE - 2810 FT   4 PM SAT     0.07

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    4 PM SAT     0.20
HORSE HOLLOW - 6010 FT                   3 PM SAT     0.18
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    4 PM SAT     0.08

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
AGUA CANYON - 8890 FT                    4 PM SAT     0.89
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              3 PM SAT     0.54
FISHLAKE D2 PT #2 - 7100 FT              4 PM SAT     0.50
GREENVILLE BENCH PORTABLE - 6200 FT      4 PM SAT     0.44
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              4 PM SAT     0.35
COAL CREEK NEAR CEDAR CITY 3E - 6017 FT  3 PM SAT     0.34
BRYCE CANYON - 7855 FT                   4 PM SAT     0.19
BRYCE CANYON AIRPORT - 7585 FT           4 PM SAT     0.09
TOM BEST SPRING - 7718 FT                4 PM SAT     0.08
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      3 PM SAT     0.08
LARB HOLLOW - 8490 FT                    4 PM SAT     0.06

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT       4 PM SAT     0.14

***** WIND REPORTS *****                   TIME     WINDSPEED

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       7 AM SAT     43 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
FLIGHT PARK SOUTH - 5202 FT              8 AM SAT     42 MPH

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
PIONEER CROSSING - 4650 FT               8 AM SAT     41 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
GUNNISON ISLAND - 4242 FT                6 AM SAT     55 MPH
HAT ISLAND - 4242 FT                     6 AM SAT     48 MPH
BADGER ISLAND - 4199 FT                  5 AM SAT     46 MPH
UTTR THERMAL TREATMENT UNIT - 4915 FT    6 AM SAT     43 MPH
INTERSTATE 80 - 4125 FT                  6 AM SAT     41 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
TRAPPERS LOOP ROAD - 5774 FT             8 AM SAT     41 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
DRY RIDGE - 11565 FT                     2 PM SAT     41 MPH

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
FLATTOP MOUNTAIN - 6120 FT               2 PM SAT     69 MPH

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
I-70 AT SALINA - 5226 FT                 4 PM SAT     45 MPH

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ST GEORGE MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 2940 FT    4 PM SAT     54 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    3 PM SAT     72 MPH
SR-72 AT HOGAN PASS - 8977 FT            7 AM SAT     53 MPH
FREMONT JUNCTION - 6801 FT               6 AM SAT     50 MPH
DOG VALLEY - 6180 FT                     2 PM SAT     41 MPH
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     7 AM SAT     41 MPH

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SR-12 AT BOULDER SUMMIT - 9595 FT        6 AM SAT     41 MPH

$$


000
NOUS45 KSLC 182238
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
432 PM MDT SAT JUL 18 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS RAINFALL AND PEAK WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 400 PM.

***** PRECIP REPORTS *****                 TIME      PRECIP

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                  4 PM SAT     0.16
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          4 PM SAT     0.15
LEWISTON - 4514 FT                       4 PM SAT     0.14
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     4 PM SAT     0.09
LOGAN - 4806 FT                          4 PM SAT     0.07

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                 4 PM SAT     0.18
TREMONTON - 4331 FT                      4 PM SAT     0.11
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                       4 PM SAT     0.08

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
SNOWVILLE - 4560 FT                      4 PM SAT     0.14
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                    4 PM SAT     0.09
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        3 PM SAT     0.09

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       3 PM SAT     0.23

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      4 PM SAT     0.05

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
CAPITOL REEF NP - 5905 FT                4 PM SAT     0.15
FLATTOP MOUNTAIN - 6120 FT               4 PM SAT     0.10

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
JENSEN SPRING - 5744 FT                  3 PM SAT     0.30
PAROWAN 10NW - 5820 FT                   4 PM SAT     0.11
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        3 PM SAT     0.09
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT      4 PM SAT     0.05
CEDAR CITY                              11 AM SAT     0.05

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    3 PM SAT     0.10
ZION NATIONAL PARK - 5741 FT             4 PM SAT     0.08
ST GEORGE - 2612 FT                      4 PM SAT     0.07
FT PIERCE WASH NR ST. GEORGE - 2810 FT   4 PM SAT     0.07

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    4 PM SAT     0.20
HORSE HOLLOW - 6010 FT                   3 PM SAT     0.18
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    4 PM SAT     0.08

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
AGUA CANYON - 8890 FT                    4 PM SAT     0.89
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              3 PM SAT     0.54
FISHLAKE D2 PT #2 - 7100 FT              4 PM SAT     0.50
GREENVILLE BENCH PORTABLE - 6200 FT      4 PM SAT     0.44
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              4 PM SAT     0.35
COAL CREEK NEAR CEDAR CITY 3E - 6017 FT  3 PM SAT     0.34
BRYCE CANYON - 7855 FT                   4 PM SAT     0.19
BRYCE CANYON AIRPORT - 7585 FT           4 PM SAT     0.09
TOM BEST SPRING - 7718 FT                4 PM SAT     0.08
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      3 PM SAT     0.08
LARB HOLLOW - 8490 FT                    4 PM SAT     0.06

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT       4 PM SAT     0.14

***** WIND REPORTS *****                   TIME     WINDSPEED

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       7 AM SAT     43 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
FLIGHT PARK SOUTH - 5202 FT              8 AM SAT     42 MPH

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
PIONEER CROSSING - 4650 FT               8 AM SAT     41 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
GUNNISON ISLAND - 4242 FT                6 AM SAT     55 MPH
HAT ISLAND - 4242 FT                     6 AM SAT     48 MPH
BADGER ISLAND - 4199 FT                  5 AM SAT     46 MPH
UTTR THERMAL TREATMENT UNIT - 4915 FT    6 AM SAT     43 MPH
INTERSTATE 80 - 4125 FT                  6 AM SAT     41 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
TRAPPERS LOOP ROAD - 5774 FT             8 AM SAT     41 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
DRY RIDGE - 11565 FT                     2 PM SAT     41 MPH

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
FLATTOP MOUNTAIN - 6120 FT               2 PM SAT     69 MPH

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
I-70 AT SALINA - 5226 FT                 4 PM SAT     45 MPH

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ST GEORGE MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 2940 FT    4 PM SAT     54 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    3 PM SAT     72 MPH
SR-72 AT HOGAN PASS - 8977 FT            7 AM SAT     53 MPH
FREMONT JUNCTION - 6801 FT               6 AM SAT     50 MPH
DOG VALLEY - 6180 FT                     2 PM SAT     41 MPH
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     7 AM SAT     41 MPH

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SR-12 AT BOULDER SUMMIT - 9595 FT        6 AM SAT     41 MPH

$$


000
NOUS45 KSLC 182238
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
432 PM MDT SAT JUL 18 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS RAINFALL AND PEAK WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 400 PM.

***** PRECIP REPORTS *****                 TIME      PRECIP

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                  4 PM SAT     0.16
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          4 PM SAT     0.15
LEWISTON - 4514 FT                       4 PM SAT     0.14
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     4 PM SAT     0.09
LOGAN - 4806 FT                          4 PM SAT     0.07

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                 4 PM SAT     0.18
TREMONTON - 4331 FT                      4 PM SAT     0.11
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                       4 PM SAT     0.08

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
SNOWVILLE - 4560 FT                      4 PM SAT     0.14
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                    4 PM SAT     0.09
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        3 PM SAT     0.09

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       3 PM SAT     0.23

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      4 PM SAT     0.05

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
CAPITOL REEF NP - 5905 FT                4 PM SAT     0.15
FLATTOP MOUNTAIN - 6120 FT               4 PM SAT     0.10

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
JENSEN SPRING - 5744 FT                  3 PM SAT     0.30
PAROWAN 10NW - 5820 FT                   4 PM SAT     0.11
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        3 PM SAT     0.09
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT      4 PM SAT     0.05
CEDAR CITY                              11 AM SAT     0.05

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    3 PM SAT     0.10
ZION NATIONAL PARK - 5741 FT             4 PM SAT     0.08
ST GEORGE - 2612 FT                      4 PM SAT     0.07
FT PIERCE WASH NR ST. GEORGE - 2810 FT   4 PM SAT     0.07

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    4 PM SAT     0.20
HORSE HOLLOW - 6010 FT                   3 PM SAT     0.18
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    4 PM SAT     0.08

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
AGUA CANYON - 8890 FT                    4 PM SAT     0.89
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              3 PM SAT     0.54
FISHLAKE D2 PT #2 - 7100 FT              4 PM SAT     0.50
GREENVILLE BENCH PORTABLE - 6200 FT      4 PM SAT     0.44
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              4 PM SAT     0.35
COAL CREEK NEAR CEDAR CITY 3E - 6017 FT  3 PM SAT     0.34
BRYCE CANYON - 7855 FT                   4 PM SAT     0.19
BRYCE CANYON AIRPORT - 7585 FT           4 PM SAT     0.09
TOM BEST SPRING - 7718 FT                4 PM SAT     0.08
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      3 PM SAT     0.08
LARB HOLLOW - 8490 FT                    4 PM SAT     0.06

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT       4 PM SAT     0.14

***** WIND REPORTS *****                   TIME     WINDSPEED

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       7 AM SAT     43 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
FLIGHT PARK SOUTH - 5202 FT              8 AM SAT     42 MPH

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
PIONEER CROSSING - 4650 FT               8 AM SAT     41 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
GUNNISON ISLAND - 4242 FT                6 AM SAT     55 MPH
HAT ISLAND - 4242 FT                     6 AM SAT     48 MPH
BADGER ISLAND - 4199 FT                  5 AM SAT     46 MPH
UTTR THERMAL TREATMENT UNIT - 4915 FT    6 AM SAT     43 MPH
INTERSTATE 80 - 4125 FT                  6 AM SAT     41 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
TRAPPERS LOOP ROAD - 5774 FT             8 AM SAT     41 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
DRY RIDGE - 11565 FT                     2 PM SAT     41 MPH

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
FLATTOP MOUNTAIN - 6120 FT               2 PM SAT     69 MPH

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
I-70 AT SALINA - 5226 FT                 4 PM SAT     45 MPH

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ST GEORGE MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 2940 FT    4 PM SAT     54 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    3 PM SAT     72 MPH
SR-72 AT HOGAN PASS - 8977 FT            7 AM SAT     53 MPH
FREMONT JUNCTION - 6801 FT               6 AM SAT     50 MPH
DOG VALLEY - 6180 FT                     2 PM SAT     41 MPH
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     7 AM SAT     41 MPH

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SR-12 AT BOULDER SUMMIT - 9595 FT        6 AM SAT     41 MPH

$$


000
NOUS45 KSLC 182238
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
432 PM MDT SAT JUL 18 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS RAINFALL AND PEAK WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 400 PM.

***** PRECIP REPORTS *****                 TIME      PRECIP

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                  4 PM SAT     0.16
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          4 PM SAT     0.15
LEWISTON - 4514 FT                       4 PM SAT     0.14
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     4 PM SAT     0.09
LOGAN - 4806 FT                          4 PM SAT     0.07

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                 4 PM SAT     0.18
TREMONTON - 4331 FT                      4 PM SAT     0.11
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                       4 PM SAT     0.08

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
SNOWVILLE - 4560 FT                      4 PM SAT     0.14
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                    4 PM SAT     0.09
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        3 PM SAT     0.09

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       3 PM SAT     0.23

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      4 PM SAT     0.05

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
CAPITOL REEF NP - 5905 FT                4 PM SAT     0.15
FLATTOP MOUNTAIN - 6120 FT               4 PM SAT     0.10

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
JENSEN SPRING - 5744 FT                  3 PM SAT     0.30
PAROWAN 10NW - 5820 FT                   4 PM SAT     0.11
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        3 PM SAT     0.09
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT      4 PM SAT     0.05
CEDAR CITY                              11 AM SAT     0.05

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    3 PM SAT     0.10
ZION NATIONAL PARK - 5741 FT             4 PM SAT     0.08
ST GEORGE - 2612 FT                      4 PM SAT     0.07
FT PIERCE WASH NR ST. GEORGE - 2810 FT   4 PM SAT     0.07

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    4 PM SAT     0.20
HORSE HOLLOW - 6010 FT                   3 PM SAT     0.18
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    4 PM SAT     0.08

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
AGUA CANYON - 8890 FT                    4 PM SAT     0.89
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              3 PM SAT     0.54
FISHLAKE D2 PT #2 - 7100 FT              4 PM SAT     0.50
GREENVILLE BENCH PORTABLE - 6200 FT      4 PM SAT     0.44
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              4 PM SAT     0.35
COAL CREEK NEAR CEDAR CITY 3E - 6017 FT  3 PM SAT     0.34
BRYCE CANYON - 7855 FT                   4 PM SAT     0.19
BRYCE CANYON AIRPORT - 7585 FT           4 PM SAT     0.09
TOM BEST SPRING - 7718 FT                4 PM SAT     0.08
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      3 PM SAT     0.08
LARB HOLLOW - 8490 FT                    4 PM SAT     0.06

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT       4 PM SAT     0.14

***** WIND REPORTS *****                   TIME     WINDSPEED

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       7 AM SAT     43 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
FLIGHT PARK SOUTH - 5202 FT              8 AM SAT     42 MPH

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
PIONEER CROSSING - 4650 FT               8 AM SAT     41 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
GUNNISON ISLAND - 4242 FT                6 AM SAT     55 MPH
HAT ISLAND - 4242 FT                     6 AM SAT     48 MPH
BADGER ISLAND - 4199 FT                  5 AM SAT     46 MPH
UTTR THERMAL TREATMENT UNIT - 4915 FT    6 AM SAT     43 MPH
INTERSTATE 80 - 4125 FT                  6 AM SAT     41 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
TRAPPERS LOOP ROAD - 5774 FT             8 AM SAT     41 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
DRY RIDGE - 11565 FT                     2 PM SAT     41 MPH

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
FLATTOP MOUNTAIN - 6120 FT               2 PM SAT     69 MPH

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
I-70 AT SALINA - 5226 FT                 4 PM SAT     45 MPH

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ST GEORGE MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 2940 FT    4 PM SAT     54 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    3 PM SAT     72 MPH
SR-72 AT HOGAN PASS - 8977 FT            7 AM SAT     53 MPH
FREMONT JUNCTION - 6801 FT               6 AM SAT     50 MPH
DOG VALLEY - 6180 FT                     2 PM SAT     41 MPH
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     7 AM SAT     41 MPH

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SR-12 AT BOULDER SUMMIT - 9595 FT        6 AM SAT     41 MPH

$$


000
NOUS45 KGJT 181904
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
104 PM MDT SAT JUL 18 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION REPORTS FROM
WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH, ENDING SATURDAY MORNING AT THE
TIMES NOTED WITH EACH REPORT. AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.


**********************24 HOUR PRECIPITATION**********************

LOCATION              24 HOUR     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     PRECIPITATION           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

COLORADO

...EAGLE COUNTY...
   WOLCOTT 2.3 N         0.06   705 AM  7/18  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2N            0.06   800 AM  7/18  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   VAIL 2.6 E            0.05   722 AM  7/18  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 5.7 E      0.02   751 AM  7/18  COCORAHS
   VAIL 0.9 WNW          0.02   654 AM  7/18  COCORAHS
   AVON 1.1 SE           0.01   912 AM  7/18  COCORAHS

...GARFIELD COUNTY...
   CARBONDALE 0.3 WNW    0.06   648 AM  7/18  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 0.5 W      0.03   606 AM  7/18  COCORAHS

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   GOTHIC                0.04   800 AM  7/18  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N   0.04   657 AM  7/18  COCORAHS
   POWDERHORN 4.4 NNE    0.01   910 AM  7/18  COCORAHS

...MOFFAT COUNTY...
   CRAIG 30N             0.01   100 AM  7/18  W CO CRN SITE

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   MONTROSE 2.9 ESE      0.01   711 AM  7/18  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 4.0 NW       0.01   818 AM  7/18  COCORAHS

...OURAY COUNTY...
   OURAY .23 NNW         0.05   717 AM  7/18  COCORAHS
   OURAY                 0.05   745 AM  7/18  W CO COOP SITE

...RIO BLANCO COUNTY...
   MEEKER                0.02   100 AM  7/18  AVIATION SITE

$$

MMS


000
NOUS45 KGJT 181904
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
104 PM MDT SAT JUL 18 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION REPORTS FROM
WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH, ENDING SATURDAY MORNING AT THE
TIMES NOTED WITH EACH REPORT. AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.


**********************24 HOUR PRECIPITATION**********************

LOCATION              24 HOUR     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     PRECIPITATION           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

COLORADO

...EAGLE COUNTY...
   WOLCOTT 2.3 N         0.06   705 AM  7/18  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2N            0.06   800 AM  7/18  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   VAIL 2.6 E            0.05   722 AM  7/18  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 5.7 E      0.02   751 AM  7/18  COCORAHS
   VAIL 0.9 WNW          0.02   654 AM  7/18  COCORAHS
   AVON 1.1 SE           0.01   912 AM  7/18  COCORAHS

...GARFIELD COUNTY...
   CARBONDALE 0.3 WNW    0.06   648 AM  7/18  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 0.5 W      0.03   606 AM  7/18  COCORAHS

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   GOTHIC                0.04   800 AM  7/18  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N   0.04   657 AM  7/18  COCORAHS
   POWDERHORN 4.4 NNE    0.01   910 AM  7/18  COCORAHS

...MOFFAT COUNTY...
   CRAIG 30N             0.01   100 AM  7/18  W CO CRN SITE

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   MONTROSE 2.9 ESE      0.01   711 AM  7/18  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 4.0 NW       0.01   818 AM  7/18  COCORAHS

...OURAY COUNTY...
   OURAY .23 NNW         0.05   717 AM  7/18  COCORAHS
   OURAY                 0.05   745 AM  7/18  W CO COOP SITE

...RIO BLANCO COUNTY...
   MEEKER                0.02   100 AM  7/18  AVIATION SITE

$$

MMS



000
NOUS45 KGJT 181904
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
104 PM MDT SAT JUL 18 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION REPORTS FROM
WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH, ENDING SATURDAY MORNING AT THE
TIMES NOTED WITH EACH REPORT. AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.


**********************24 HOUR PRECIPITATION**********************

LOCATION              24 HOUR     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     PRECIPITATION           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

COLORADO

...EAGLE COUNTY...
   WOLCOTT 2.3 N         0.06   705 AM  7/18  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2N            0.06   800 AM  7/18  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   VAIL 2.6 E            0.05   722 AM  7/18  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 5.7 E      0.02   751 AM  7/18  COCORAHS
   VAIL 0.9 WNW          0.02   654 AM  7/18  COCORAHS
   AVON 1.1 SE           0.01   912 AM  7/18  COCORAHS

...GARFIELD COUNTY...
   CARBONDALE 0.3 WNW    0.06   648 AM  7/18  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 0.5 W      0.03   606 AM  7/18  COCORAHS

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   GOTHIC                0.04   800 AM  7/18  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N   0.04   657 AM  7/18  COCORAHS
   POWDERHORN 4.4 NNE    0.01   910 AM  7/18  COCORAHS

...MOFFAT COUNTY...
   CRAIG 30N             0.01   100 AM  7/18  W CO CRN SITE

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   MONTROSE 2.9 ESE      0.01   711 AM  7/18  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 4.0 NW       0.01   818 AM  7/18  COCORAHS

...OURAY COUNTY...
   OURAY .23 NNW         0.05   717 AM  7/18  COCORAHS
   OURAY                 0.05   745 AM  7/18  W CO COOP SITE

...RIO BLANCO COUNTY...
   MEEKER                0.02   100 AM  7/18  AVIATION SITE

$$

MMS


000
NOUS45 KGJT 181904
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
104 PM MDT SAT JUL 18 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION REPORTS FROM
WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH, ENDING SATURDAY MORNING AT THE
TIMES NOTED WITH EACH REPORT. AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.


**********************24 HOUR PRECIPITATION**********************

LOCATION              24 HOUR     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     PRECIPITATION           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

COLORADO

...EAGLE COUNTY...
   WOLCOTT 2.3 N         0.06   705 AM  7/18  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2N            0.06   800 AM  7/18  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   VAIL 2.6 E            0.05   722 AM  7/18  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 5.7 E      0.02   751 AM  7/18  COCORAHS
   VAIL 0.9 WNW          0.02   654 AM  7/18  COCORAHS
   AVON 1.1 SE           0.01   912 AM  7/18  COCORAHS

...GARFIELD COUNTY...
   CARBONDALE 0.3 WNW    0.06   648 AM  7/18  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 0.5 W      0.03   606 AM  7/18  COCORAHS

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   GOTHIC                0.04   800 AM  7/18  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N   0.04   657 AM  7/18  COCORAHS
   POWDERHORN 4.4 NNE    0.01   910 AM  7/18  COCORAHS

...MOFFAT COUNTY...
   CRAIG 30N             0.01   100 AM  7/18  W CO CRN SITE

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   MONTROSE 2.9 ESE      0.01   711 AM  7/18  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 4.0 NW       0.01   818 AM  7/18  COCORAHS

...OURAY COUNTY...
   OURAY .23 NNW         0.05   717 AM  7/18  COCORAHS
   OURAY                 0.05   745 AM  7/18  W CO COOP SITE

...RIO BLANCO COUNTY...
   MEEKER                0.02   100 AM  7/18  AVIATION SITE

$$

MMS


000
NOUS45 KGJT 181904
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
104 PM MDT SAT JUL 18 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION REPORTS FROM
WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH, ENDING SATURDAY MORNING AT THE
TIMES NOTED WITH EACH REPORT. AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.


**********************24 HOUR PRECIPITATION**********************

LOCATION              24 HOUR     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     PRECIPITATION           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

COLORADO

...EAGLE COUNTY...
   WOLCOTT 2.3 N         0.06   705 AM  7/18  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2N            0.06   800 AM  7/18  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   VAIL 2.6 E            0.05   722 AM  7/18  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 5.7 E      0.02   751 AM  7/18  COCORAHS
   VAIL 0.9 WNW          0.02   654 AM  7/18  COCORAHS
   AVON 1.1 SE           0.01   912 AM  7/18  COCORAHS

...GARFIELD COUNTY...
   CARBONDALE 0.3 WNW    0.06   648 AM  7/18  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 0.5 W      0.03   606 AM  7/18  COCORAHS

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   GOTHIC                0.04   800 AM  7/18  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N   0.04   657 AM  7/18  COCORAHS
   POWDERHORN 4.4 NNE    0.01   910 AM  7/18  COCORAHS

...MOFFAT COUNTY...
   CRAIG 30N             0.01   100 AM  7/18  W CO CRN SITE

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   MONTROSE 2.9 ESE      0.01   711 AM  7/18  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 4.0 NW       0.01   818 AM  7/18  COCORAHS

...OURAY COUNTY...
   OURAY .23 NNW         0.05   717 AM  7/18  COCORAHS
   OURAY                 0.05   745 AM  7/18  W CO COOP SITE

...RIO BLANCO COUNTY...
   MEEKER                0.02   100 AM  7/18  AVIATION SITE

$$

MMS


000
NOUS45 KGJT 181904
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
104 PM MDT SAT JUL 18 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION REPORTS FROM
WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH, ENDING SATURDAY MORNING AT THE
TIMES NOTED WITH EACH REPORT. AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.


**********************24 HOUR PRECIPITATION**********************

LOCATION              24 HOUR     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     PRECIPITATION           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

COLORADO

...EAGLE COUNTY...
   WOLCOTT 2.3 N         0.06   705 AM  7/18  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2N            0.06   800 AM  7/18  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   VAIL 2.6 E            0.05   722 AM  7/18  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 5.7 E      0.02   751 AM  7/18  COCORAHS
   VAIL 0.9 WNW          0.02   654 AM  7/18  COCORAHS
   AVON 1.1 SE           0.01   912 AM  7/18  COCORAHS

...GARFIELD COUNTY...
   CARBONDALE 0.3 WNW    0.06   648 AM  7/18  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 0.5 W      0.03   606 AM  7/18  COCORAHS

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   GOTHIC                0.04   800 AM  7/18  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N   0.04   657 AM  7/18  COCORAHS
   POWDERHORN 4.4 NNE    0.01   910 AM  7/18  COCORAHS

...MOFFAT COUNTY...
   CRAIG 30N             0.01   100 AM  7/18  W CO CRN SITE

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   MONTROSE 2.9 ESE      0.01   711 AM  7/18  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 4.0 NW       0.01   818 AM  7/18  COCORAHS

...OURAY COUNTY...
   OURAY .23 NNW         0.05   717 AM  7/18  COCORAHS
   OURAY                 0.05   745 AM  7/18  W CO COOP SITE

...RIO BLANCO COUNTY...
   MEEKER                0.02   100 AM  7/18  AVIATION SITE

$$

MMS


000
NOUS43 KGLD 181200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT SAT JUL 18 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 1985, A THUNDERSTORM DUMPED 3.65 INCHES OF RAIN ON GOODLAND
KANSAS. JULY 1985 SAW 10.10 INCHES OF RAIN, THE WETTEST MONTH EVER
IN GOODLAND.

IN 1988, LATE AFTERNOON AND EVENING THUNDERSTORMS IN THE CENTRAL
PLAINS REGION PRODUCED BASEBALL SIZE HAIL AT KIMBALL NEBRASKA AND
WIND GUSTS TO 79 MPH AT COLBY KANSAS.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 181200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT SAT JUL 18 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 1985, A THUNDERSTORM DUMPED 3.65 INCHES OF RAIN ON GOODLAND
KANSAS. JULY 1985 SAW 10.10 INCHES OF RAIN, THE WETTEST MONTH EVER
IN GOODLAND.

IN 1988, LATE AFTERNOON AND EVENING THUNDERSTORMS IN THE CENTRAL
PLAINS REGION PRODUCED BASEBALL SIZE HAIL AT KIMBALL NEBRASKA AND
WIND GUSTS TO 79 MPH AT COLBY KANSAS.

$$



000
NOUS45 KPSR 180408
PNSPSR

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PHOENIX AZ
900 PM MST FRI JUL  3 2015

...PHOENIX AND SURROUNDING AREAS RAINFALL REPORTS...

                                                      RAINFALL (IN)
LOCATION                                              1 HR     24 HR
ACDC @ 36TH ST.                PARADISE VALLEY        0.00      0.16
ACDC @ 43RD AVE.               PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
AHWATUKEE                      PHOENIX                0.00      0.08
ANTELOPE CREEK                 YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.12
APACHE JUNCTION FRS            APACHE JUNCTION        0.00      0.04
APACHE TRAIL                   APACHE JUNCTION        0.00      0.04
ARIZONA HUNT CLUB              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.08      0.08
BARTLETT LAKE                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
BLACK HILL                     YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.16
BUCKEYE @ 75TH AVE.            TOLLESON               0.00      0.04
BUCKEYE FRS #1                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
BUCKEYE FRS #2                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
BUCKEYE FRS #3                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.31
BULLDOG CANYON                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
CAMP CREEK                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.08
CASANDRO DAM                   WICKENBURG             0.04      0.04
CASANDRO WASH                  WICKENBURG             0.04      0.04
CAVE BUTTES DAM                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
CAVE CR.@ SPUR CROSS           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.28      0.28
CAVE CREEK                     CAVE CREEK             0.08      0.16
CAVE CREEK @ CACTUS            PHOENIX                0.00      0.12
CAVE CREEK LANDFILL            PHOENIX                0.00      0.47
CENTENNIAL DIVIDE              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.04      0.08
CHANDLER AIRPORT               CHANDLER               0.00      0.08
CLINE CREEK                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.43
CLOUDBURST WASH                FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.04
COLUMBIA HILL                  YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.16
CONSTELLATION ROAD             WICKENBURG             0.08      0.08
CROSSROADS PARK                GILBERT                0.00      0.08
DESERT HILLS WASH              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.20      0.31
DEWEY                          YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.04      0.08
DURANGO COMPLEX                PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
EAST FORK CC #1                PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
EFCC NR 7TH AVE.               PHOENIX                0.00      0.08
ELLIOT @ HAWES RD.             MESA                   0.00      0.04
EMF @ ARIZONA AVE.             PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.04
FALCON FIELD                   MESA                   0.00      0.08
FITCH PARK                     MESA                   0.00      0.04
FLORENCE JUNCTION              PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.16
FOUNTAIN HILLS FD              FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.08
FOUR MILE WASH                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
FRAESFIELD MTN.                SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.04
FREESTONE BASIN                GILBERT                0.00      0.04
GARFIAS MTN. RANCH             YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.08
GATEWAY C.COLLEGE              PHOENIX                0.00      0.12
GILA @ ESTRELLA PKWY.          GOODYEAR               0.00      0.08
GILA @ MARICOPA RD             GILA RIVER IC          0.00      0.04
GILA @ OLBERG                  GILA RIVER IC          0.00      0.04
GLADDEN                        MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.28
GOLDEN EAGLE BLVD.             FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.04
GRANITE REEF                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
GRASS WASH @ US 60             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
HASSY R. @ BOX CANYON          YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.55      0.67
HASSY R. @ I-10                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
HASSY R. @ US 60               WICKENBURG             0.16      0.16
HIGHLAND @ 68TH ST.            SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.04
HORNER MTN. RANCH              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.08      0.47
HORSESHOE RANCH                YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.12      0.12
HORSETHIEF BASIN               YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.20
I-10 @ 355TH AVE.              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
I-17 @ SR 169                  YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.04      0.63
IBW @ INDIAN BEND RD.          SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.16
IBW INTERCEPTOR                SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.16
JOSHUA TREE                    YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.04      0.04
KINGS RANCH                    PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.12
KLEINMAN PARK                  MESA                   0.00      0.08
LAKE PLEASANT NORTH            PEORIA                 0.16      0.16
MAGMA FRS                      PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.12
MARTINEZ CREEK                 YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.08
MCDOWELL @ HAWES               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
MCDOWELL @ MERIDIAN            PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.04
MCDOWELL MTN. PARK             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
MESA TOWER                     MESA                   0.00      0.04
MID-MARTINEZ CREEK             YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.12
MINNEHAHA                      YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.04
MOUNTAIN VIEW PARK             MESA                   0.00      0.04
MT. UNION WX                   YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.16
NEW RIVER FIRE                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.12      0.12
NEW RIVER LANDFILL             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
OLD X-CUT @ MCDOWELL           PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
PARADISE VALLEY CC             PARADISE VALLEY        0.00      0.08
PARADISE VALLEY PARK           PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
PERRY PARK                     PHOENIX                0.00      0.08
PHOENIX BASIN #3               PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
PHOENIX WEST PARK              PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
PIMA @ JOMAX                   SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.08
PIMA @ UNION HILLS             SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.20
PINNACLE PEAK VISTA            SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.16
POWDER HOUSE WASH              WICKENBURG             0.16      0.16
POWERLINE FLOODWAY             MESA                   0.00      0.08
POWERLINE FRS                  PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.04
QUEEN CR @ RITTENHOUSE         MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
QUEEN CR. @ CAP                PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.08
QUEEN CREEK LANDFILL           QUEEN CREEK            0.00      0.04
QUEEN CREEK RD.                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
RAWHIDE WASH                   SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.12
REATA PASS DAM                 SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.08
REATA PASS WASH                SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.16
RITTENHOUSE FRS                PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.12
ROESER @ 2ND ST.               PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
SAGUARO LAKE                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
SALT RIVER @ 67TH AVE.         PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
SALT RIVER LANDFILL            SALT RIVER IC          0.00      0.04
SKUNK CR. NR NEW R.            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.51
SKUNK TANK WASH                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.12
SOLS TANK                      YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.12
SOLS TRIB @ US 93              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.04      0.12
SOLS WASH @ SR 71              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.04      0.31
SOLS WASH NR MATTHIE           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
STAGECOACH WASH                SCOTTSDALE             0.08      0.08
STONERIDGE DAM                 FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.08
SUN VALLEY @ NORTHERN          BUCKEYE                0.00      0.12
SUNRIDGE CANYON DAM            FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.04
SUNSET FRS                     WICKENBURG             0.04      0.04
SUNUP RANCH                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
TATUM BASIN INFLOW             PHOENIX                0.00      0.08
THOMAS @ 48TH ST.              PHOENIX                0.00      0.08
THOMPSON PEAK                  SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.12
TOWERS MTN.                    YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.04
TUTHILL @ RAY RD.              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
UPPER CLINE CREEK              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.75      0.83
UPPER TIGER WASH               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
UPPER TRILBY WASH              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.04
USERY MTN. PARK                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
USERY PARK WS                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
VINEYARD FRS                   PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.08
WATERMAN @ RAINBOW             GOODYEAR               0.00      0.24
WATERMAN WASH                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
WEEKES WASH BASELINE           APACHE JUNCTION        0.00      0.04
WHITLOW RANCH DAM              PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.47
WILLIAMS FIELD ROAD            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
WINTERS WASH                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
WOLVERINE PASS                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04

THESE RAINFALL AMOUNTS ARE PRELIMINARY AND ARE NOT OFFICIAL.
AUTOMATED GAUGE DATA ARE FROM THE MARICOPA COUNTY FLOOD
CONTROL DISTRICT. STATIONS WITH NO RECORDED PRECIPITATION
ARE NOT SHOWN.


000
NOUS45 KPSR 180408
PNSPSR

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PHOENIX AZ
900 PM MST FRI JUL  3 2015

...PHOENIX AND SURROUNDING AREAS RAINFALL REPORTS...

                                                      RAINFALL (IN)
LOCATION                                              1 HR     24 HR
ACDC @ 36TH ST.                PARADISE VALLEY        0.00      0.16
ACDC @ 43RD AVE.               PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
AHWATUKEE                      PHOENIX                0.00      0.08
ANTELOPE CREEK                 YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.12
APACHE JUNCTION FRS            APACHE JUNCTION        0.00      0.04
APACHE TRAIL                   APACHE JUNCTION        0.00      0.04
ARIZONA HUNT CLUB              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.08      0.08
BARTLETT LAKE                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
BLACK HILL                     YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.16
BUCKEYE @ 75TH AVE.            TOLLESON               0.00      0.04
BUCKEYE FRS #1                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
BUCKEYE FRS #2                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
BUCKEYE FRS #3                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.31
BULLDOG CANYON                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
CAMP CREEK                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.08
CASANDRO DAM                   WICKENBURG             0.04      0.04
CASANDRO WASH                  WICKENBURG             0.04      0.04
CAVE BUTTES DAM                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
CAVE CR.@ SPUR CROSS           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.28      0.28
CAVE CREEK                     CAVE CREEK             0.08      0.16
CAVE CREEK @ CACTUS            PHOENIX                0.00      0.12
CAVE CREEK LANDFILL            PHOENIX                0.00      0.47
CENTENNIAL DIVIDE              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.04      0.08
CHANDLER AIRPORT               CHANDLER               0.00      0.08
CLINE CREEK                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.43
CLOUDBURST WASH                FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.04
COLUMBIA HILL                  YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.16
CONSTELLATION ROAD             WICKENBURG             0.08      0.08
CROSSROADS PARK                GILBERT                0.00      0.08
DESERT HILLS WASH              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.20      0.31
DEWEY                          YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.04      0.08
DURANGO COMPLEX                PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
EAST FORK CC #1                PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
EFCC NR 7TH AVE.               PHOENIX                0.00      0.08
ELLIOT @ HAWES RD.             MESA                   0.00      0.04
EMF @ ARIZONA AVE.             PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.04
FALCON FIELD                   MESA                   0.00      0.08
FITCH PARK                     MESA                   0.00      0.04
FLORENCE JUNCTION              PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.16
FOUNTAIN HILLS FD              FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.08
FOUR MILE WASH                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
FRAESFIELD MTN.                SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.04
FREESTONE BASIN                GILBERT                0.00      0.04
GARFIAS MTN. RANCH             YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.08
GATEWAY C.COLLEGE              PHOENIX                0.00      0.12
GILA @ ESTRELLA PKWY.          GOODYEAR               0.00      0.08
GILA @ MARICOPA RD             GILA RIVER IC          0.00      0.04
GILA @ OLBERG                  GILA RIVER IC          0.00      0.04
GLADDEN                        MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.28
GOLDEN EAGLE BLVD.             FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.04
GRANITE REEF                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
GRASS WASH @ US 60             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
HASSY R. @ BOX CANYON          YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.55      0.67
HASSY R. @ I-10                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
HASSY R. @ US 60               WICKENBURG             0.16      0.16
HIGHLAND @ 68TH ST.            SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.04
HORNER MTN. RANCH              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.08      0.47
HORSESHOE RANCH                YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.12      0.12
HORSETHIEF BASIN               YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.20
I-10 @ 355TH AVE.              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
I-17 @ SR 169                  YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.04      0.63
IBW @ INDIAN BEND RD.          SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.16
IBW INTERCEPTOR                SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.16
JOSHUA TREE                    YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.04      0.04
KINGS RANCH                    PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.12
KLEINMAN PARK                  MESA                   0.00      0.08
LAKE PLEASANT NORTH            PEORIA                 0.16      0.16
MAGMA FRS                      PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.12
MARTINEZ CREEK                 YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.08
MCDOWELL @ HAWES               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
MCDOWELL @ MERIDIAN            PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.04
MCDOWELL MTN. PARK             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
MESA TOWER                     MESA                   0.00      0.04
MID-MARTINEZ CREEK             YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.12
MINNEHAHA                      YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.04
MOUNTAIN VIEW PARK             MESA                   0.00      0.04
MT. UNION WX                   YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.16
NEW RIVER FIRE                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.12      0.12
NEW RIVER LANDFILL             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
OLD X-CUT @ MCDOWELL           PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
PARADISE VALLEY CC             PARADISE VALLEY        0.00      0.08
PARADISE VALLEY PARK           PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
PERRY PARK                     PHOENIX                0.00      0.08
PHOENIX BASIN #3               PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
PHOENIX WEST PARK              PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
PIMA @ JOMAX                   SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.08
PIMA @ UNION HILLS             SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.20
PINNACLE PEAK VISTA            SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.16
POWDER HOUSE WASH              WICKENBURG             0.16      0.16
POWERLINE FLOODWAY             MESA                   0.00      0.08
POWERLINE FRS                  PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.04
QUEEN CR @ RITTENHOUSE         MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
QUEEN CR. @ CAP                PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.08
QUEEN CREEK LANDFILL           QUEEN CREEK            0.00      0.04
QUEEN CREEK RD.                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
RAWHIDE WASH                   SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.12
REATA PASS DAM                 SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.08
REATA PASS WASH                SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.16
RITTENHOUSE FRS                PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.12
ROESER @ 2ND ST.               PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
SAGUARO LAKE                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
SALT RIVER @ 67TH AVE.         PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
SALT RIVER LANDFILL            SALT RIVER IC          0.00      0.04
SKUNK CR. NR NEW R.            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.51
SKUNK TANK WASH                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.12
SOLS TANK                      YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.12
SOLS TRIB @ US 93              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.04      0.12
SOLS WASH @ SR 71              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.04      0.31
SOLS WASH NR MATTHIE           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
STAGECOACH WASH                SCOTTSDALE             0.08      0.08
STONERIDGE DAM                 FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.08
SUN VALLEY @ NORTHERN          BUCKEYE                0.00      0.12
SUNRIDGE CANYON DAM            FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.04
SUNSET FRS                     WICKENBURG             0.04      0.04
SUNUP RANCH                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
TATUM BASIN INFLOW             PHOENIX                0.00      0.08
THOMAS @ 48TH ST.              PHOENIX                0.00      0.08
THOMPSON PEAK                  SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.12
TOWERS MTN.                    YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.04
TUTHILL @ RAY RD.              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
UPPER CLINE CREEK              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.75      0.83
UPPER TIGER WASH               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
UPPER TRILBY WASH              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.04
USERY MTN. PARK                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
USERY PARK WS                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
VINEYARD FRS                   PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.08
WATERMAN @ RAINBOW             GOODYEAR               0.00      0.24
WATERMAN WASH                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
WEEKES WASH BASELINE           APACHE JUNCTION        0.00      0.04
WHITLOW RANCH DAM              PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.47
WILLIAMS FIELD ROAD            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
WINTERS WASH                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
WOLVERINE PASS                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04

THESE RAINFALL AMOUNTS ARE PRELIMINARY AND ARE NOT OFFICIAL.
AUTOMATED GAUGE DATA ARE FROM THE MARICOPA COUNTY FLOOD
CONTROL DISTRICT. STATIONS WITH NO RECORDED PRECIPITATION
ARE NOT SHOWN.


000
NOUS45 KPSR 180408
PNSPSR

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PHOENIX AZ
900 PM MST FRI JUL  3 2015

...PHOENIX AND SURROUNDING AREAS RAINFALL REPORTS...

                                                      RAINFALL (IN)
LOCATION                                              1 HR     24 HR
ACDC @ 36TH ST.                PARADISE VALLEY        0.00      0.16
ACDC @ 43RD AVE.               PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
AHWATUKEE                      PHOENIX                0.00      0.08
ANTELOPE CREEK                 YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.12
APACHE JUNCTION FRS            APACHE JUNCTION        0.00      0.04
APACHE TRAIL                   APACHE JUNCTION        0.00      0.04
ARIZONA HUNT CLUB              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.08      0.08
BARTLETT LAKE                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
BLACK HILL                     YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.16
BUCKEYE @ 75TH AVE.            TOLLESON               0.00      0.04
BUCKEYE FRS #1                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
BUCKEYE FRS #2                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
BUCKEYE FRS #3                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.31
BULLDOG CANYON                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
CAMP CREEK                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.08
CASANDRO DAM                   WICKENBURG             0.04      0.04
CASANDRO WASH                  WICKENBURG             0.04      0.04
CAVE BUTTES DAM                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
CAVE CR.@ SPUR CROSS           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.28      0.28
CAVE CREEK                     CAVE CREEK             0.08      0.16
CAVE CREEK @ CACTUS            PHOENIX                0.00      0.12
CAVE CREEK LANDFILL            PHOENIX                0.00      0.47
CENTENNIAL DIVIDE              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.04      0.08
CHANDLER AIRPORT               CHANDLER               0.00      0.08
CLINE CREEK                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.43
CLOUDBURST WASH                FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.04
COLUMBIA HILL                  YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.16
CONSTELLATION ROAD             WICKENBURG             0.08      0.08
CROSSROADS PARK                GILBERT                0.00      0.08
DESERT HILLS WASH              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.20      0.31
DEWEY                          YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.04      0.08
DURANGO COMPLEX                PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
EAST FORK CC #1                PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
EFCC NR 7TH AVE.               PHOENIX                0.00      0.08
ELLIOT @ HAWES RD.             MESA                   0.00      0.04
EMF @ ARIZONA AVE.             PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.04
FALCON FIELD                   MESA                   0.00      0.08
FITCH PARK                     MESA                   0.00      0.04
FLORENCE JUNCTION              PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.16
FOUNTAIN HILLS FD              FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.08
FOUR MILE WASH                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
FRAESFIELD MTN.                SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.04
FREESTONE BASIN                GILBERT                0.00      0.04
GARFIAS MTN. RANCH             YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.08
GATEWAY C.COLLEGE              PHOENIX                0.00      0.12
GILA @ ESTRELLA PKWY.          GOODYEAR               0.00      0.08
GILA @ MARICOPA RD             GILA RIVER IC          0.00      0.04
GILA @ OLBERG                  GILA RIVER IC          0.00      0.04
GLADDEN                        MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.28
GOLDEN EAGLE BLVD.             FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.04
GRANITE REEF                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
GRASS WASH @ US 60             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
HASSY R. @ BOX CANYON          YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.55      0.67
HASSY R. @ I-10                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
HASSY R. @ US 60               WICKENBURG             0.16      0.16
HIGHLAND @ 68TH ST.            SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.04
HORNER MTN. RANCH              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.08      0.47
HORSESHOE RANCH                YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.12      0.12
HORSETHIEF BASIN               YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.20
I-10 @ 355TH AVE.              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
I-17 @ SR 169                  YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.04      0.63
IBW @ INDIAN BEND RD.          SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.16
IBW INTERCEPTOR                SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.16
JOSHUA TREE                    YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.04      0.04
KINGS RANCH                    PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.12
KLEINMAN PARK                  MESA                   0.00      0.08
LAKE PLEASANT NORTH            PEORIA                 0.16      0.16
MAGMA FRS                      PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.12
MARTINEZ CREEK                 YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.08
MCDOWELL @ HAWES               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
MCDOWELL @ MERIDIAN            PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.04
MCDOWELL MTN. PARK             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
MESA TOWER                     MESA                   0.00      0.04
MID-MARTINEZ CREEK             YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.12
MINNEHAHA                      YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.04
MOUNTAIN VIEW PARK             MESA                   0.00      0.04
MT. UNION WX                   YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.16
NEW RIVER FIRE                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.12      0.12
NEW RIVER LANDFILL             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
OLD X-CUT @ MCDOWELL           PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
PARADISE VALLEY CC             PARADISE VALLEY        0.00      0.08
PARADISE VALLEY PARK           PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
PERRY PARK                     PHOENIX                0.00      0.08
PHOENIX BASIN #3               PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
PHOENIX WEST PARK              PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
PIMA @ JOMAX                   SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.08
PIMA @ UNION HILLS             SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.20
PINNACLE PEAK VISTA            SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.16
POWDER HOUSE WASH              WICKENBURG             0.16      0.16
POWERLINE FLOODWAY             MESA                   0.00      0.08
POWERLINE FRS                  PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.04
QUEEN CR @ RITTENHOUSE         MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
QUEEN CR. @ CAP                PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.08
QUEEN CREEK LANDFILL           QUEEN CREEK            0.00      0.04
QUEEN CREEK RD.                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
RAWHIDE WASH                   SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.12
REATA PASS DAM                 SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.08
REATA PASS WASH                SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.16
RITTENHOUSE FRS                PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.12
ROESER @ 2ND ST.               PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
SAGUARO LAKE                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
SALT RIVER @ 67TH AVE.         PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
SALT RIVER LANDFILL            SALT RIVER IC          0.00      0.04
SKUNK CR. NR NEW R.            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.51
SKUNK TANK WASH                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.12
SOLS TANK                      YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.12
SOLS TRIB @ US 93              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.04      0.12
SOLS WASH @ SR 71              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.04      0.31
SOLS WASH NR MATTHIE           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
STAGECOACH WASH                SCOTTSDALE             0.08      0.08
STONERIDGE DAM                 FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.08
SUN VALLEY @ NORTHERN          BUCKEYE                0.00      0.12
SUNRIDGE CANYON DAM            FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.04
SUNSET FRS                     WICKENBURG             0.04      0.04
SUNUP RANCH                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
TATUM BASIN INFLOW             PHOENIX                0.00      0.08
THOMAS @ 48TH ST.              PHOENIX                0.00      0.08
THOMPSON PEAK                  SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.12
TOWERS MTN.                    YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.04
TUTHILL @ RAY RD.              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
UPPER CLINE CREEK              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.75      0.83
UPPER TIGER WASH               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
UPPER TRILBY WASH              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.04
USERY MTN. PARK                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
USERY PARK WS                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
VINEYARD FRS                   PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.08
WATERMAN @ RAINBOW             GOODYEAR               0.00      0.24
WATERMAN WASH                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
WEEKES WASH BASELINE           APACHE JUNCTION        0.00      0.04
WHITLOW RANCH DAM              PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.47
WILLIAMS FIELD ROAD            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
WINTERS WASH                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
WOLVERINE PASS                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04

THESE RAINFALL AMOUNTS ARE PRELIMINARY AND ARE NOT OFFICIAL.
AUTOMATED GAUGE DATA ARE FROM THE MARICOPA COUNTY FLOOD
CONTROL DISTRICT. STATIONS WITH NO RECORDED PRECIPITATION
ARE NOT SHOWN.



000
NOUS45 KSLC 180252
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
846 PM MDT FRI JUL 17 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS RAINFALL AND PEAK WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 800 PM.

***** PRECIP REPORTS *****                 TIME      PRECIP

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
RICHMOND - 4576 FT                       6 AM FRI     0.06
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          8 PM FRI     0.05
LOGAN - 4444 FT                          8 PM FRI     0.04
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     8 PM FRI     0.04
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                  8 PM FRI     0.04
NORTH LOGAN - 4749 FT                    8 AM FRI     0.02

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BOTHWELL - 4343 FT                       7 AM FRI     0.09
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                   8 PM FRI     0.06

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
SANDY - 4712 FT                          8 PM FRI     0.07

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 8 PM FRI     0.17
BLUE CREEK - 5170 FT                     8 PM FRI     0.04
INTERSTATE 80 - 4125 FT                  8 PM FRI     0.03
EAGLE RANGE - 4239 FT                    8 PM FRI     0.02

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
MORGAN - 5059 FT                         8 PM FRI     0.03

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.06
GARDEN CITY - 5959 FT                    8 PM FRI     0.05
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       8 PM FRI     0.04
LAKETOWN UDOT - 5991 FT                  8 PM FRI     0.02
RANDOLPH - 6264 FT                       8 PM FRI     0.02

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
ROOSEVELT - 5167 FT                      8 AM FRI     0.04

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        8 PM FRI     0.13

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          7 PM FRI     0.04

***** WIND REPORTS *****                   TIME     WINDSPEED

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
FLIGHT PARK SOUTH - 5202 FT              6 PM FRI     41 MPH
FLUX - 4219 FT                          10 AM FRI     41 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 5 AM FRI     67 MPH
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              8 PM FRI     51 MPH
I-80 AT MP 1 - 4270 FT                   5 AM FRI     48 MPH
WEST SALT FLATS - 4237 FT                5 PM FRI     47 MPH
INTERSTATE 80 - 4125 FT                  7 PM FRI     44 MPH
SLDURO - 4220 FT                         7 PM FRI     44 MPH
CAUSEWAY - 4246 FT                       6 PM FRI     44 MPH
HAT ISLAND - 4242 FT                     8 PM FRI     41 MPH
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT               7 PM FRI     41 MPH
DIDDLE KNOLL - 4265 FT                   6 PM FRI     41 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
I-80 AT SILVER CREEK JCT - 6498 FT       2 PM FRI     52 MPH
HEBER CITY - MCDONALD FIELD - 5636 FT    3 PM FRI     45 MPH
I-80 AT WANSHIP - 5852 FT                3 PM FRI     45 MPH
SR-248 - 6900 FT                         4 PM FRI     41 MPH
KIMBALL JUNCTION I80 - 6401 FT           2 PM FRI     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OGDEN PEAK - 9570 FT                     9 AM FRI     55 MPH
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    3 PM FRI     45 MPH
GARDEN CITY - 5959 FT                    2 PM FRI     42 MPH
WASATCH HILLS - 6939 FT                  2 PM FRI     41 MPH
LOGAN SUMMIT - 7620 FT                   2 PM FRI     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
DEER VLY  - MOUNT BALDY - 9347 FT        3 PM FRI     54 MPH
CENTRAL WASATCH PEAKS - 10443 FT         4 PM FRI     52 MPH
CANYONS - LOOKOUT - 8297 FT              2 PM FRI     50 MPH
PARK CITY - JUPITER - 10024 FT           3 AM FRI     49 MPH
S-TURNS - BIG COTTONWOOD - 6235 FT       2 PM FRI     41 MPH
CARDIFF - BIG COTTONWOOD CYN - 7298 FT   2 PM FRI     41 MPH
DEER VLY - EMPIRE PK - 9570 FT           3 AM FRI     40 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
WINDY PEAK - 10662 FT                    7 PM FRI     58 MPH
DRY RIDGE - 11565 FT                     3 PM FRI     50 MPH
LOFTY LAKE PEAK - 11186 FT               6 AM FRI     46 MPH
OAKLEY - 7800 FT                         3 PM FRI     45 MPH

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
PORTABLE RWIS 4 - 9805 FT                6 PM FRI     50 MPH
MANTI - PORTABLE #1 - 6085 FT            4 PM FRI     41 MPH

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
I-15 AT SEVIER RIVER NB - 4941 FT        7 PM FRI     45 MPH
I-70 AT SALINA - 5226 FT                 4 PM FRI     40 MPH

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
CLEARSPOT - 4806 FT                      6 PM FRI     42 MPH

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
BRIMSTONE RESERVOIR - 5620 FT            3 PM FRI     50 MPH
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT      5 PM FRI     45 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
DOG VALLEY - 6180 FT                     5 PM FRI     45 MPH
MANTI - PORTABLE #3 - 9001 FT            6 PM FRI     42 MPH
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    7 PM FRI     41 MPH
I-15 AT SCIPIO SUMMIT - 5960 FT          6 PM FRI     41 MPH

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
PORTABLE TRAFFIC 1 - 6204 FT             3 PM FRI     44 MPH

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
CHURCH BUTTE - 6743 FT                  11 AM FRI     53 MPH
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                   12 PM FRI     44 MPH
FRENCH - 7375 FT                         1 PM FRI     42 MPH
LEROY - 6886 FT                         12 PM FRI     42 MPH
COAL ROAD - 7349 FT                     12 PM FRI     42 MPH
FORT BRIDGER WY - 7034 FT               12 PM FRI     41 MPH
PAINTER - 6939 FT                       12 PM FRI     41 MPH
US 189 INTERCHANGE - 6978 FT            12 PM FRI     41 MPH
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         2 PM FRI     40 MPH

$$


000
NOUS45 KSLC 180252
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
846 PM MDT FRI JUL 17 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS RAINFALL AND PEAK WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 800 PM.

***** PRECIP REPORTS *****                 TIME      PRECIP

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
RICHMOND - 4576 FT                       6 AM FRI     0.06
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          8 PM FRI     0.05
LOGAN - 4444 FT                          8 PM FRI     0.04
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     8 PM FRI     0.04
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                  8 PM FRI     0.04
NORTH LOGAN - 4749 FT                    8 AM FRI     0.02

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BOTHWELL - 4343 FT                       7 AM FRI     0.09
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                   8 PM FRI     0.06

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
SANDY - 4712 FT                          8 PM FRI     0.07

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 8 PM FRI     0.17
BLUE CREEK - 5170 FT                     8 PM FRI     0.04
INTERSTATE 80 - 4125 FT                  8 PM FRI     0.03
EAGLE RANGE - 4239 FT                    8 PM FRI     0.02

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
MORGAN - 5059 FT                         8 PM FRI     0.03

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.06
GARDEN CITY - 5959 FT                    8 PM FRI     0.05
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       8 PM FRI     0.04
LAKETOWN UDOT - 5991 FT                  8 PM FRI     0.02
RANDOLPH - 6264 FT                       8 PM FRI     0.02

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
ROOSEVELT - 5167 FT                      8 AM FRI     0.04

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        8 PM FRI     0.13

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          7 PM FRI     0.04

***** WIND REPORTS *****                   TIME     WINDSPEED

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
FLIGHT PARK SOUTH - 5202 FT              6 PM FRI     41 MPH
FLUX - 4219 FT                          10 AM FRI     41 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 5 AM FRI     67 MPH
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              8 PM FRI     51 MPH
I-80 AT MP 1 - 4270 FT                   5 AM FRI     48 MPH
WEST SALT FLATS - 4237 FT                5 PM FRI     47 MPH
INTERSTATE 80 - 4125 FT                  7 PM FRI     44 MPH
SLDURO - 4220 FT                         7 PM FRI     44 MPH
CAUSEWAY - 4246 FT                       6 PM FRI     44 MPH
HAT ISLAND - 4242 FT                     8 PM FRI     41 MPH
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT               7 PM FRI     41 MPH
DIDDLE KNOLL - 4265 FT                   6 PM FRI     41 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
I-80 AT SILVER CREEK JCT - 6498 FT       2 PM FRI     52 MPH
HEBER CITY - MCDONALD FIELD - 5636 FT    3 PM FRI     45 MPH
I-80 AT WANSHIP - 5852 FT                3 PM FRI     45 MPH
SR-248 - 6900 FT                         4 PM FRI     41 MPH
KIMBALL JUNCTION I80 - 6401 FT           2 PM FRI     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OGDEN PEAK - 9570 FT                     9 AM FRI     55 MPH
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    3 PM FRI     45 MPH
GARDEN CITY - 5959 FT                    2 PM FRI     42 MPH
WASATCH HILLS - 6939 FT                  2 PM FRI     41 MPH
LOGAN SUMMIT - 7620 FT                   2 PM FRI     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
DEER VLY  - MOUNT BALDY - 9347 FT        3 PM FRI     54 MPH
CENTRAL WASATCH PEAKS - 10443 FT         4 PM FRI     52 MPH
CANYONS - LOOKOUT - 8297 FT              2 PM FRI     50 MPH
PARK CITY - JUPITER - 10024 FT           3 AM FRI     49 MPH
S-TURNS - BIG COTTONWOOD - 6235 FT       2 PM FRI     41 MPH
CARDIFF - BIG COTTONWOOD CYN - 7298 FT   2 PM FRI     41 MPH
DEER VLY - EMPIRE PK - 9570 FT           3 AM FRI     40 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
WINDY PEAK - 10662 FT                    7 PM FRI     58 MPH
DRY RIDGE - 11565 FT                     3 PM FRI     50 MPH
LOFTY LAKE PEAK - 11186 FT               6 AM FRI     46 MPH
OAKLEY - 7800 FT                         3 PM FRI     45 MPH

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
PORTABLE RWIS 4 - 9805 FT                6 PM FRI     50 MPH
MANTI - PORTABLE #1 - 6085 FT            4 PM FRI     41 MPH

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
I-15 AT SEVIER RIVER NB - 4941 FT        7 PM FRI     45 MPH
I-70 AT SALINA - 5226 FT                 4 PM FRI     40 MPH

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
CLEARSPOT - 4806 FT                      6 PM FRI     42 MPH

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
BRIMSTONE RESERVOIR - 5620 FT            3 PM FRI     50 MPH
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT      5 PM FRI     45 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
DOG VALLEY - 6180 FT                     5 PM FRI     45 MPH
MANTI - PORTABLE #3 - 9001 FT            6 PM FRI     42 MPH
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    7 PM FRI     41 MPH
I-15 AT SCIPIO SUMMIT - 5960 FT          6 PM FRI     41 MPH

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
PORTABLE TRAFFIC 1 - 6204 FT             3 PM FRI     44 MPH

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
CHURCH BUTTE - 6743 FT                  11 AM FRI     53 MPH
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                   12 PM FRI     44 MPH
FRENCH - 7375 FT                         1 PM FRI     42 MPH
LEROY - 6886 FT                         12 PM FRI     42 MPH
COAL ROAD - 7349 FT                     12 PM FRI     42 MPH
FORT BRIDGER WY - 7034 FT               12 PM FRI     41 MPH
PAINTER - 6939 FT                       12 PM FRI     41 MPH
US 189 INTERCHANGE - 6978 FT            12 PM FRI     41 MPH
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         2 PM FRI     40 MPH

$$



000
NOUS45 KGJT 171906
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
105 PM MDT FRI JUL 17 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION REPORTS FROM
WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH, ENDING FRIDAY MORNING AT THE
TIMES NOTED WITH EACH REPORT. AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.


**********************24 HOUR PRECIPITATION**********************

LOCATION              24 HOUR     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                   PRECIPITATION      OF
                     (INCHES)     MEASUREMENT

COLORADO

...DELTA COUNTY...
   DELTA 3E              0.04   900 AM  7/17  W CO COOP SITE
   DELTA 1.6 ESE         0.02   719 AM  7/17  COCORAHS
   CEDAREDGE 1.0 NE      0.01   716 AM  7/17  COCORAHS

...EAGLE COUNTY...
   CARBONDALE 5.7 E      0.03   628 AM  7/17  COCORAHS

...GARFIELD COUNTY...
   GLENWOOD SPGS 1.4S    0.03   651 AM  7/17  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPGS .64S    0.01   723 AM  7/17  COCORAHS

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   CIMARRON 11.2 S       0.09   759 AM  7/17  COCORAHS
   PITKIN 1.1 SW         0.01   648 AM  7/17  COCORAHS

...LA PLATA COUNTY...
   HESPERUS 7.8 SW       0.15   836 AM  7/17  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 10 NNE        0.08   835 AM  7/17  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 6.9 S        0.03   722 AM  7/17  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 7.0 N        0.02   839 AM  7/17  COCORAHS

...MOFFAT COUNTY...
   MASSADONA             0.09  1000 AM  7/17  W CO COOP SITE
   CRAIG 1.2 ESE         0.02   709 AM  7/17  COCORAHS

...MONTEZUMA COUNTY...
   CORTEZ 2.0 NW         0.02   856 AM  7/17  COCORAHS

...OURAY COUNTY...
   OURAY .23 NNW         0.30   620 AM  7/17  COCORAHS
   OURAY                 0.30   705 AM  7/17  W CO COOP SITE


...RIO BLANCO COUNTY...
   MEEKER                0.02  1155 AM  7/17  AVIATION SITE
   RANGELY 1E            0.10   800 AM  7/17  W CO COOP SITE

...ROUTT COUNTY...
   OAK CREEK 5.5 E       0.04   713 AM  7/17  COCORAHS
   STMBOAT SPGS 7.9WNW   0.02   740 AM  7/17  COCORAHS
   STMBOAT SPGS .14NNE   0.01   912 AM  7/17  COCORAHS
   STMBOAT SPGS 0.1NNE   0.01   845 AM  7/17  COCORAHS
   STMBOAT SPGS 0.9N     0.01   734 AM  7/17  COCORAHS


$$



000
NOUS45 KGJT 171906
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
105 PM MDT FRI JUL 17 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION REPORTS FROM
WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH, ENDING FRIDAY MORNING AT THE
TIMES NOTED WITH EACH REPORT. AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.


**********************24 HOUR PRECIPITATION**********************

LOCATION              24 HOUR     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                   PRECIPITATION      OF
                     (INCHES)     MEASUREMENT

COLORADO

...DELTA COUNTY...
   DELTA 3E              0.04   900 AM  7/17  W CO COOP SITE
   DELTA 1.6 ESE         0.02   719 AM  7/17  COCORAHS
   CEDAREDGE 1.0 NE      0.01   716 AM  7/17  COCORAHS

...EAGLE COUNTY...
   CARBONDALE 5.7 E      0.03   628 AM  7/17  COCORAHS

...GARFIELD COUNTY...
   GLENWOOD SPGS 1.4S    0.03   651 AM  7/17  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPGS .64S    0.01   723 AM  7/17  COCORAHS

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   CIMARRON 11.2 S       0.09   759 AM  7/17  COCORAHS
   PITKIN 1.1 SW         0.01   648 AM  7/17  COCORAHS

...LA PLATA COUNTY...
   HESPERUS 7.8 SW       0.15   836 AM  7/17  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 10 NNE        0.08   835 AM  7/17  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 6.9 S        0.03   722 AM  7/17  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 7.0 N        0.02   839 AM  7/17  COCORAHS

...MOFFAT COUNTY...
   MASSADONA             0.09  1000 AM  7/17  W CO COOP SITE
   CRAIG 1.2 ESE         0.02   709 AM  7/17  COCORAHS

...MONTEZUMA COUNTY...
   CORTEZ 2.0 NW         0.02   856 AM  7/17  COCORAHS

...OURAY COUNTY...
   OURAY .23 NNW         0.30   620 AM  7/17  COCORAHS
   OURAY                 0.30   705 AM  7/17  W CO COOP SITE


...RIO BLANCO COUNTY...
   MEEKER                0.02  1155 AM  7/17  AVIATION SITE
   RANGELY 1E            0.10   800 AM  7/17  W CO COOP SITE

...ROUTT COUNTY...
   OAK CREEK 5.5 E       0.04   713 AM  7/17  COCORAHS
   STMBOAT SPGS 7.9WNW   0.02   740 AM  7/17  COCORAHS
   STMBOAT SPGS .14NNE   0.01   912 AM  7/17  COCORAHS
   STMBOAT SPGS 0.1NNE   0.01   845 AM  7/17  COCORAHS
   STMBOAT SPGS 0.9N     0.01   734 AM  7/17  COCORAHS


$$


000
NOUS45 KGJT 171906
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
105 PM MDT FRI JUL 17 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION REPORTS FROM
WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH, ENDING FRIDAY MORNING AT THE
TIMES NOTED WITH EACH REPORT. AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.


**********************24 HOUR PRECIPITATION**********************

LOCATION              24 HOUR     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                   PRECIPITATION      OF
                     (INCHES)     MEASUREMENT

COLORADO

...DELTA COUNTY...
   DELTA 3E              0.04   900 AM  7/17  W CO COOP SITE
   DELTA 1.6 ESE         0.02   719 AM  7/17  COCORAHS
   CEDAREDGE 1.0 NE      0.01   716 AM  7/17  COCORAHS

...EAGLE COUNTY...
   CARBONDALE 5.7 E      0.03   628 AM  7/17  COCORAHS

...GARFIELD COUNTY...
   GLENWOOD SPGS 1.4S    0.03   651 AM  7/17  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPGS .64S    0.01   723 AM  7/17  COCORAHS

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   CIMARRON 11.2 S       0.09   759 AM  7/17  COCORAHS
   PITKIN 1.1 SW         0.01   648 AM  7/17  COCORAHS

...LA PLATA COUNTY...
   HESPERUS 7.8 SW       0.15   836 AM  7/17  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 10 NNE        0.08   835 AM  7/17  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 6.9 S        0.03   722 AM  7/17  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 7.0 N        0.02   839 AM  7/17  COCORAHS

...MOFFAT COUNTY...
   MASSADONA             0.09  1000 AM  7/17  W CO COOP SITE
   CRAIG 1.2 ESE         0.02   709 AM  7/17  COCORAHS

...MONTEZUMA COUNTY...
   CORTEZ 2.0 NW         0.02   856 AM  7/17  COCORAHS

...OURAY COUNTY...
   OURAY .23 NNW         0.30   620 AM  7/17  COCORAHS
   OURAY                 0.30   705 AM  7/17  W CO COOP SITE


...RIO BLANCO COUNTY...
   MEEKER                0.02  1155 AM  7/17  AVIATION SITE
   RANGELY 1E            0.10   800 AM  7/17  W CO COOP SITE

...ROUTT COUNTY...
   OAK CREEK 5.5 E       0.04   713 AM  7/17  COCORAHS
   STMBOAT SPGS 7.9WNW   0.02   740 AM  7/17  COCORAHS
   STMBOAT SPGS .14NNE   0.01   912 AM  7/17  COCORAHS
   STMBOAT SPGS 0.1NNE   0.01   845 AM  7/17  COCORAHS
   STMBOAT SPGS 0.9N     0.01   734 AM  7/17  COCORAHS


$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 171200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT FRI JUL 17 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 1924, 6.5 INCHES OF RAIN FELL IN BENKELMAN IN LESS THAN TWO HOURS.
CONSIDERABLE DAMAGE WAS DONE TO HOMES AND BUSINESSES WITH WATER
CRESTING AT THE TOP OF STREET SIGNS.

IN 1995, IN CHEYENNE COUNTY KANSAS FIVE TO SIX INCHES OF RAIN
WITHIN ONE HOUR CAUSED FLOODED ROADS, CROPS, AND PASTURES. FENCES
WERE DAMAGED. ROUTE 161 NORTH OF BIRD CITY WAS CLOSED.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 171200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT FRI JUL 17 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 1924, 6.5 INCHES OF RAIN FELL IN BENKELMAN IN LESS THAN TWO HOURS.
CONSIDERABLE DAMAGE WAS DONE TO HOMES AND BUSINESSES WITH WATER
CRESTING AT THE TOP OF STREET SIGNS.

IN 1995, IN CHEYENNE COUNTY KANSAS FIVE TO SIX INCHES OF RAIN
WITHIN ONE HOUR CAUSED FLOODED ROADS, CROPS, AND PASTURES. FENCES
WERE DAMAGED. ROUTE 161 NORTH OF BIRD CITY WAS CLOSED.

$$



000
NOUS45 KGJT 162054
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
253 PM MDT THU JUL 16 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION REPORTS FROM
WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH, ENDING THIS MORNING AT THE TIMES
INDICATED WITH EACH REPORT. AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.


**********************24 HOUR PRECIPITATION**********************

LOCATION              24 HOUR     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                   PRECIPITATION     OF
                     (INCHES)     MEASUREMENT

COLORADO

...DELTA COUNTY...
   PAONIA 2.1 SSE        0.27   613 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 5.1 WNW     0.26   703 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   PAONIA 1SW            0.21   800 AM  7/16  W CO COOP SITE
   CEDAREDGE 1.0 NE      0.12   742 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 1.8 NNE     0.10   734 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   ECKERT 1.1 SW         0.08   708 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   DELTA 1.6 ESE         0.06   705 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   CRAWFORD 2.3 SW       0.06   923 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 5WNW        0.03   810 AM  7/16  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   HOTCHKISS 4.7 W       0.03   719 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 7.1 WNW     0.01   725 AM  7/16  COCORAHS

...DOLORES COUNTY...
   DOVE CREEK 12.4 SSW   0.01   929 AM  7/16  COCORAHS

...EAGLE COUNTY...
   WOLCOTT 2.3 N         0.17   701 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2N            0.17   800 AM  7/16  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   VAIL 2.6 E            0.08   705 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 5.7 E      0.08   736 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   AVON 1.1 SE           0.08   913 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   VAIL 0.9 WNW          0.06   636 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   BASALT 5.8 E          0.05   753 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   GYPSUM 1.9 SSW        0.03   858 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   AVON 2N               0.03   700 AM  7/16  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   EDWARDS 1.3 WNW       0.02   640 AM  7/16  COCORAHS

...GARFIELD COUNTY...
   RIFLE                 0.08   100 AM  7/16  AVIATION SITE
   CARBONDALE 0.5 W      0.03   605 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 4.6 NNE    0.03   743 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPGS 1.7NW   0.02   815 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPGS .64S    0.01   738 AM  7/16  COCORAHS

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   GUNNISON 0.8 N        0.08   820 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   GOTHIC                0.03   800 AM  7/16  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N   0.03   736 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 3SW          0.01   900 AM  7/16  W CO COOP SITE

...MESA COUNTY...
   PALISADE 3.3 ENE      0.33   726 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   COLLBRAN 2SW          0.21   900 AM  7/16  W CO COOP SITE
   GRAND JCT 3.9 SSE     0.20   923 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 5NNW        0.17   800 AM  7/16  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   MESA 6S               0.17   700 AM  7/16  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   GRAND JCT AIRPORT     0.16  1155 AM  7/16  AVIATION SITE
   COLLBRAN 0.2 ESE      0.15   830 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   COLLBRAN              0.15   900 AM  7/16  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   FRUITA 4.5 NNE        0.14   600 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 1.1 SSW     0.14   655 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   PALISADE 1.4 SE       0.14   556 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 0.9 WSW     0.12   747 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 4.1 W       0.11   608 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 2.7 N       0.10   834 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 4.1 ENE     0.09   731 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 3.4 N       0.08   705 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 5.1 ESE     0.08   717 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   COLORADO NM           0.06   845 AM  7/16  W CO COOP SITE
   GRAND JCT 5.6 WSW     0.04   654 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 3.9 WSW     0.03   758 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 8 NNW       0.03   735 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   GLADE PARK 17W        0.03   900 AM  7/16  W CO COOP SITE
   WHITEWATER 4.2 SSE    0.01   656 AM  7/16  COCORAHS

...MOFFAT COUNTY...
   MASSADONA             0.31  1000 AM  7/16  W CO COOP SITE
   CRAIG 30N             0.24   100 AM  7/16  W CO CRN SITE
   DINOSAUR 0.3 SW       0.06   805 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   HAMILTON 0.8 WNW      0.05   730 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   DINOSAUR 2E           0.03   100 AM  7/16  W CO CRN SITE
   CRAIG 4SW             0.01   800 AM  7/16  W CO COOP SITE
   CRAIG 1.2 ESE         0.01   705 AM  7/16  COCORAHS

...MONTEZUMA COUNTY...
   CORTEZ 8SE            0.56   100 AM  7/16  W CO CRN SITE
   CORTEZ 1.2 SW         0.01   704 AM  7/16  COCORAHS

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   OLATHE 3.2 NNE        0.08   630 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 11ENE        0.02   100 AM  7/16  W CO CRN SITE

...OURAY COUNTY...
   OURAY .23 NNW         0.30   654 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   OURAY                 0.30   740 AM  7/16  W CO COOP SITE
   RIDGWAY 3.3 NNW       0.01   716 AM  7/16  COCORAHS

...PITKIN COUNTY...
   ASPEN                 0.01  1155 AM  7/16  AVIATION SITE

...RIO BLANCO COUNTY...
   MEEKER                0.17  1155 AM  7/16  AVIATION SITE
   MEEKER 15W            0.01   100 AM  7/16  W CO CRN SITE

...ROUTT COUNTY...
   YAMPA 5.1 S           0.12   704 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   OAK CREEK 5.5 E       0.08   857 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   OAK CREEK 1.7 WNW     0.07   530 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPGS 1.9E   0.03   547 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   STMBOAT SPGS 2.0ESE   0.03   633 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   STMBOAT SPGS 1.2 SE   0.01   646 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   STMBOAT SPGS 7.9WNW   0.01   734 AM  7/16  COCORAHS

UTAH

...GRAND COUNTY...
   CANYONLANDS AIRPORT   0.22  1155 AM  7/16  AVIATION SITE
   ARCHES NP HQS         0.12   800 AM  7/16  E UT COOP SITE

...SAN JUAN COUNTY...
   MONTICELLO #2         0.86   700 AM  7/16  E UT COOP SITE
   MONTICELLO 2.3 SW     0.25   813 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   CNYLANDS-NEEDLES      0.10   900 AM  7/16  E UT COOP SITE
   CANYONLANDS-NECK      0.10   750 AM  7/16  E UT COOP SITE
   BLUFF 32NW            0.07   100 AM  7/16  E UT CRN SITE
   CEDAR POINT           0.05   800 AM  7/16  E UT COOP SITE

...UINTAH COUNTY...
   JENSEN 0.4 WSW        0.12   632 AM  7/16  COCORAHS

$$


000
NOUS45 KGJT 162054
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
253 PM MDT THU JUL 16 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION REPORTS FROM
WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH, ENDING THIS MORNING AT THE TIMES
INDICATED WITH EACH REPORT. AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.


**********************24 HOUR PRECIPITATION**********************

LOCATION              24 HOUR     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                   PRECIPITATION     OF
                     (INCHES)     MEASUREMENT

COLORADO

...DELTA COUNTY...
   PAONIA 2.1 SSE        0.27   613 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 5.1 WNW     0.26   703 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   PAONIA 1SW            0.21   800 AM  7/16  W CO COOP SITE
   CEDAREDGE 1.0 NE      0.12   742 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 1.8 NNE     0.10   734 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   ECKERT 1.1 SW         0.08   708 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   DELTA 1.6 ESE         0.06   705 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   CRAWFORD 2.3 SW       0.06   923 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 5WNW        0.03   810 AM  7/16  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   HOTCHKISS 4.7 W       0.03   719 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 7.1 WNW     0.01   725 AM  7/16  COCORAHS

...DOLORES COUNTY...
   DOVE CREEK 12.4 SSW   0.01   929 AM  7/16  COCORAHS

...EAGLE COUNTY...
   WOLCOTT 2.3 N         0.17   701 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2N            0.17   800 AM  7/16  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   VAIL 2.6 E            0.08   705 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 5.7 E      0.08   736 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   AVON 1.1 SE           0.08   913 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   VAIL 0.9 WNW          0.06   636 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   BASALT 5.8 E          0.05   753 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   GYPSUM 1.9 SSW        0.03   858 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   AVON 2N               0.03   700 AM  7/16  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   EDWARDS 1.3 WNW       0.02   640 AM  7/16  COCORAHS

...GARFIELD COUNTY...
   RIFLE                 0.08   100 AM  7/16  AVIATION SITE
   CARBONDALE 0.5 W      0.03   605 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 4.6 NNE    0.03   743 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPGS 1.7NW   0.02   815 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPGS .64S    0.01   738 AM  7/16  COCORAHS

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   GUNNISON 0.8 N        0.08   820 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   GOTHIC                0.03   800 AM  7/16  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N   0.03   736 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 3SW          0.01   900 AM  7/16  W CO COOP SITE

...MESA COUNTY...
   PALISADE 3.3 ENE      0.33   726 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   COLLBRAN 2SW          0.21   900 AM  7/16  W CO COOP SITE
   GRAND JCT 3.9 SSE     0.20   923 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 5NNW        0.17   800 AM  7/16  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   MESA 6S               0.17   700 AM  7/16  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   GRAND JCT AIRPORT     0.16  1155 AM  7/16  AVIATION SITE
   COLLBRAN 0.2 ESE      0.15   830 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   COLLBRAN              0.15   900 AM  7/16  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   FRUITA 4.5 NNE        0.14   600 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 1.1 SSW     0.14   655 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   PALISADE 1.4 SE       0.14   556 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 0.9 WSW     0.12   747 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 4.1 W       0.11   608 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 2.7 N       0.10   834 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 4.1 ENE     0.09   731 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 3.4 N       0.08   705 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 5.1 ESE     0.08   717 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   COLORADO NM           0.06   845 AM  7/16  W CO COOP SITE
   GRAND JCT 5.6 WSW     0.04   654 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 3.9 WSW     0.03   758 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 8 NNW       0.03   735 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   GLADE PARK 17W        0.03   900 AM  7/16  W CO COOP SITE
   WHITEWATER 4.2 SSE    0.01   656 AM  7/16  COCORAHS

...MOFFAT COUNTY...
   MASSADONA             0.31  1000 AM  7/16  W CO COOP SITE
   CRAIG 30N             0.24   100 AM  7/16  W CO CRN SITE
   DINOSAUR 0.3 SW       0.06   805 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   HAMILTON 0.8 WNW      0.05   730 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   DINOSAUR 2E           0.03   100 AM  7/16  W CO CRN SITE
   CRAIG 4SW             0.01   800 AM  7/16  W CO COOP SITE
   CRAIG 1.2 ESE         0.01   705 AM  7/16  COCORAHS

...MONTEZUMA COUNTY...
   CORTEZ 8SE            0.56   100 AM  7/16  W CO CRN SITE
   CORTEZ 1.2 SW         0.01   704 AM  7/16  COCORAHS

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   OLATHE 3.2 NNE        0.08   630 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 11ENE        0.02   100 AM  7/16  W CO CRN SITE

...OURAY COUNTY...
   OURAY .23 NNW         0.30   654 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   OURAY                 0.30   740 AM  7/16  W CO COOP SITE
   RIDGWAY 3.3 NNW       0.01   716 AM  7/16  COCORAHS

...PITKIN COUNTY...
   ASPEN                 0.01  1155 AM  7/16  AVIATION SITE

...RIO BLANCO COUNTY...
   MEEKER                0.17  1155 AM  7/16  AVIATION SITE
   MEEKER 15W            0.01   100 AM  7/16  W CO CRN SITE

...ROUTT COUNTY...
   YAMPA 5.1 S           0.12   704 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   OAK CREEK 5.5 E       0.08   857 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   OAK CREEK 1.7 WNW     0.07   530 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPGS 1.9E   0.03   547 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   STMBOAT SPGS 2.0ESE   0.03   633 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   STMBOAT SPGS 1.2 SE   0.01   646 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   STMBOAT SPGS 7.9WNW   0.01   734 AM  7/16  COCORAHS

UTAH

...GRAND COUNTY...
   CANYONLANDS AIRPORT   0.22  1155 AM  7/16  AVIATION SITE
   ARCHES NP HQS         0.12   800 AM  7/16  E UT COOP SITE

...SAN JUAN COUNTY...
   MONTICELLO #2         0.86   700 AM  7/16  E UT COOP SITE
   MONTICELLO 2.3 SW     0.25   813 AM  7/16  COCORAHS
   CNYLANDS-NEEDLES      0.10   900 AM  7/16  E UT COOP SITE
   CANYONLANDS-NECK      0.10   750 AM  7/16  E UT COOP SITE
   BLUFF 32NW            0.07   100 AM  7/16  E UT CRN SITE
   CEDAR POINT           0.05   800 AM  7/16  E UT COOP SITE

...UINTAH COUNTY...
   JENSEN 0.4 WSW        0.12   632 AM  7/16  COCORAHS

$$



000
NOUS46 KSGX 161433
PNSSGX
CAZ048-055>056-060>061-065-151900-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SAN DIEGO CA
730 AM PDT THU JUL 16 2015

...PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...

THE STRAWBERRY PEAK NOAA ALL-HAZARDS WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTER MAY
BE OFFLINE AT ANY TIME DURING A TWO HOUR PERIOD THIS MORNING FROM 10
AM TO NOON DUE TO REQUIRED MAINTENANCE. NORMAL BROADCASTING SHOULD
RETURN THEREAFTER. THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATIENCE.

$$

WEATHER.GOV/SANDIEGO



000
NOUS46 KSGX 161433
PNSSGX
CAZ048-055>056-060>061-065-151900-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SAN DIEGO CA
730 AM PDT THU JUL 16 2015

...PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...

THE STRAWBERRY PEAK NOAA ALL-HAZARDS WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTER MAY
BE OFFLINE AT ANY TIME DURING A TWO HOUR PERIOD THIS MORNING FROM 10
AM TO NOON DUE TO REQUIRED MAINTENANCE. NORMAL BROADCASTING SHOULD
RETURN THEREAFTER. THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATIENCE.

$$

WEATHER.GOV/SANDIEGO


000
NOUS43 KGLD 161201
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT THU JUL 16 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 1994, THREE TO FOUR INCHES OF RAIN ACROSS OBERLIN KANSAS IN
DECATUR COUNTY FLOODED A DENTISTS OFFICE AND THE AMERICAN LEGION
HALL.

$$



000
NOUS43 KGLD 161201
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT THU JUL 16 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 1994, THREE TO FOUR INCHES OF RAIN ACROSS OBERLIN KANSAS IN
DECATUR COUNTY FLOODED A DENTISTS OFFICE AND THE AMERICAN LEGION
HALL.

$$


000
NOUS45 KSLC 160251
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
850 PM MDT WED JUL 15 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

48-HOUR RAINFALL TOTALS AND WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 800 PM.

***** PRECIP REPORTS *****                 TIME      PRECIP

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
LOGAN - 4444 FT                          8 PM WED     0.48
CACHE COUNTY EOC - 4452 FT               8 PM WED     0.27
LOGAN RIVER ABV STATE DAM - 4805 FT      8 PM WED     0.05
LOGAN - 4805 FT                          7 AM WED     0.03

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                 8 PM WED     0.07
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                    8 PM WED     0.06
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                       8 PM WED     0.05
THATCHER - 4414 FT                       7 AM WED     0.04
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    5 PM WED     0.02
ROY - 4457 FT                            9 AM WED     0.02
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4802 FT                  7 AM WED     0.02

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                    8 PM WED     0.36
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT               8 PM WED     0.09
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        7 PM WED     0.07

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        8 PM WED     0.14
MORGAN - 5092 FT                         7 AM WED     0.08
EDEN - 5337 FT                           5 PM WED     0.02

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
PINEVIEW DAM - 4940 FT                   5 AM WED     0.13
LOST CREEK NR CROYDEN - 5840 FT          7 PM WED     0.06

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
YELLOWSTONE RIVER NR ALTONAH - 7506 FT   8 PM WED     0.38
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       7 PM WED     0.11
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           8 PM WED     0.10
MOON LAKE - 8150 FT                      8 PM WED     0.06

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                    8 PM WED     0.16
HORSE RIDGE - 8480 FT                    8 PM WED     0.07
MANTI - PORTABLE #1 - 6085 FT            8 PM WED     0.05

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
DUCHESNE - 5520 FT                       5 PM WED     0.30
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      8 PM WED     0.13
ALTAMONT - 6370 FT                       5 AM WED     0.13
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      8 PM WED     0.10
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT            8 PM WED     0.07
ROOSEVELT - 5167 FT                      8 AM WED     0.03

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
CAPITOL REEF NP - 5905 FT                8 PM WED     0.73
CAPITOL REEF NATIONAL PARK - 5500 FT     5 AM WED     0.63
GREEN RIVER - 4073 FT                    8 PM WED     0.12
GOBLIN VALLEY SP - 4990 FT               5 AM WED     0.05

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
SPRING CITY - 5835 FT                    8 PM WED     0.10

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        8 PM WED     0.20

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    8 PM WED     0.05

...SOUTH CENTRAL UTAH...
KODACHROME BASIN PARK - 5810 FT          5 PM WED     0.02

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
MUDDY CREEK NR EMERY - 6440 FT           8 PM WED     0.24
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    8 PM WED     0.06
MANTI - PORTABLE #3 - 9001 FT            7 PM WED     0.06

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
LARB HOLLOW - 8490 FT                    8 PM WED     0.63
LOA - 7096 FT                            8 PM WED     0.16
BUCK FLAT - 8000 FT                      8 PM WED     0.15
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              8 PM WED     0.15
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 7 PM WED     0.12
LOA - 7070 FT                            5 AM WED     0.12
FISHLAKE D2 PT #2 - 7100 FT              8 PM WED     0.10
CIRCLEVILLE - 6079 FT                    6 AM WED     0.07

***** WIND REPORTS *****                   TIME     WINDSPEED

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
LOGAN - 4444 FT                         10 PM MON     40 MPH

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                      10 PM TUE     43 MPH
I-15 AT PLYMOUTH - 4495 FT               3 AM WED     41 MPH
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                    12 AM WED     41 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
VERNON HILL - 5761 FT                    5 PM WED     41 MPH

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
LEHI - 4593 FT                           5 PM WED     44 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
DIDDLE KNOLL - 4265 FT                  10 PM TUE     51 MPH
SR-30 AT CURLEW - 4766 FT                1 AM WED     49 MPH
GUNNISON ISLAND - 4242 FT               10 PM TUE     47 MPH
CHAULK HILL - 5155 FT                    2 AM WED     46 MPH
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT              12 AM WED     46 MPH
I-80 AT MP 29 - 4125 FT                 11 PM TUE     46 MPH
INTERSTATE 80 - 4125 FT                 11 PM TUE     46 MPH
CAUSEWAY - 4246 FT                       2 AM WED     45 MPH
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                       12 AM WED     45 MPH
EAGLE RANGE - 4239 FT                    5 AM WED     43 MPH
HAT ISLAND - 4242 FT                     5 AM WED     43 MPH
I-80 AT MP 1 - 4270 FT                   1 AM WED     42 MPH
UTTR THERMAL TREATMENT UNIT - 4915 FT   10 PM TUE     42 MPH
BADGER ISLAND - 4199 FT                  5 AM WED     41 MPH
SALT FLATS - 4265 FT                    11 PM TUE     41 MPH
I-84 AT WHITES VALLEY - 5125 FT          2 AM WED     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OGDEN PEAK - 9570 FT                     3 AM WED     60 MPH
SR-16 @ MP1 - 6533 FT                    1 AM WED     47 MPH
SR-65 AT BIG MOUNTAIN PASS - 7433 FT    11 AM WED     42 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
PARK CITY - JUPITER - 10024 FT           4 AM WED     47 MPH
CENTRAL WASATCH PEAKS - 10443 FT         5 AM WED     44 MPH
PARK CITY - BONANZA TOP - 9200 FT        4 AM WED     42 MPH
DEER VLY - EMPIRE PK - 9570 FT           6 PM TUE     41 MPH
DEER VLY  - BALD EAGLE - 8400 FT        12 AM WED     40 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
LOFTY LAKE PEAK - 11186 FT               6 AM WED     42 MPH

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
INDIAN CANYON SUMMIT - 9050 FT           2 PM WED     44 MPH
PORTABLE RWIS 4 - 9805 FT                4 PM TUE     40 MPH

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
HANKSVILLE - 4444 FT                     5 PM TUE     40 MPH

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
I-15 AT SEVIER RIVER NB - 4941 FT        4 PM TUE     50 MPH

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
CLEARSPOT - 4806 FT                      3 PM WED     45 MPH
FILLMORE AIRPORT - 4988 FT              10 PM MON     40 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
DOG VALLEY - 6180 FT                    11 AM WED     50 MPH
10 ESE OAK CITY - 7268 FT                2 AM WED     47 MPH

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
COAL ROAD - 7349 FT                      7 PM TUE     45 MPH
CHURCH BUTTE - 6743 FT                  10 PM TUE     42 MPH
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    8 PM TUE     42 MPH

$$



000
NOUS45 KGJT 152034
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
230 PM MDT WED JUL 15 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION REPORTS FROM
WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH, ENDING THIS MORNING AT THE TIMES
INDICATED WITH EACH REPORT. AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.


**********************24 HOUR PRECIPITATION**********************

LOCATION              24 HOUR     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                   PRECIPITATION     OF
                     (INCHES)    MEASUREMENT

COLORADO

...ARCHULETA COUNTY...
   PAGOSA SPRINGS 4.2 W  0.59   735 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...DELTA COUNTY...
   PAONIA 1SW            0.25   800 AM  7/15  W CO COOP SITE
   PAONIA 2.1 SSE        0.20   708 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 1.8 NNE     0.15   944 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CEDAREDGE 1.0 NE      0.04   709 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 5.1 WNW     0.02   714 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...DOLORES COUNTY...
   DOVE CREEK 12.4 SSW   0.09   726 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...EAGLE COUNTY...
   WOLCOTT 2.3 N         0.26   701 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   VAIL 2.6 E            0.26   702 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2N            0.26   800 AM  7/15  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   BASALT 5.8 E          0.15   834 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   VAIL 0.9 WNW          0.13   655 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 5.7 E      0.04   726 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   EDWARDS 1.3 WNW       0.03   704 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   AVON 2N               0.01   700 AM  7/15  UNOFFICIAL STATION

...GARFIELD COUNTY...
   SHOSHONE              0.51   830 AM  7/15  W CO COOP SITE
   RIFLE .96 NNW         0.21   946 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   RIFLE 0.9 NE          0.10   623 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 0.5 W      0.09   534 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   RIFLE AIRPORT         0.08  1155 AM  7/15  AVIATION SITE
   GLENWOOD SPGS 1.4S    0.06   627 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPGS 1.7NW   0.05   819 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPGS 5.3SSE  0.05   659 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPGS .64S    0.05   729 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   SILT 1E               0.02   800 AM  7/15  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CARBONDALE 4.6 NNE    0.02   842 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   PITKIN 1.1 SW         0.40   814 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GOTHIC                0.35   800 AM  7/15  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N   0.35   814 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CRESTED BUTTE         0.16   905 AM  7/15  W CO COOP SITE
   GUNNISON 0.8 N        0.11   813 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 3SW          0.06   900 AM  7/15  W CO COOP SITE
   POWDERHORN 4.4 NNE    0.04   932 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CIMARRON 11.2 S       0.03   704 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 6.6 N        0.03   708 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...LA PLATA COUNTY...
   HESPERUS 6.9 S        0.98   606 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   DURANGO AIRPPORT      0.49  1155 AM  7/15  AVIATION SITE
   DURANGO 10 NNE        0.43   724 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 5.6 NNE      0.38   819 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 4.9 SE       0.36   617 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 5S            0.31   815 AM  7/15  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   DURANGO 7.1 WSW       0.27   710 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 7N           0.26   800 AM  7/15  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   IGNACIO 2.9 N         0.21   830 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   ROCKWOOD 6.9 NNW      0.21   635 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 13.3 SSW     0.19   805 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 2.8 S         0.18   717 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   REDMESA 4.2 NW        0.18   829 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 4.8 WSW       0.18   742 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   ROCKWOOD 6.7 N        0.16   742 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   IGNACIO 8E            0.16   800 AM  7/15  W CO COOP SITE
   HESPERUS 7.8 SW       0.14   826 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 0.6 WSW      0.08   825 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...MESA COUNTY...
   FRUITA 4.5 NNE        0.25   603 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   COLORADO NM           0.15   900 AM  7/15  W CO COOP SITE
   GRAND JCT 2.7N        0.12   831 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 8NNW        0.09   729 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 5.7W        0.05   754 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   MACK 5 NW             0.04   859 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 3.9SSE      0.02   730 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 3.9WSW      0.01   751 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 4.1W        0.01   717 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 0.9WSW      0.01   710 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...MOFFAT COUNTY...
   CRAIG                 0.01  1155 AM  7/15  AVIATION SITE
   HAMILTON 0.8 WNW      0.04   705 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CRAIG 4SW             0.01   800 AM  7/15  W CO COOP SITE
   CRAIG 1.2 ESE         0.01   704 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...MONTEZUMA COUNTY...
   CORTEZ                0.34   900 AM  7/15  W CO COOP SITE
   CORTEZ 1.2 SW         0.34   706 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 1.0 ESE        0.32   801 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ AIRPORT        0.31  1155 AM  7/15  AVIATION SITE
   DOLORES 4.8 ENE       0.31   825 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   MANCOS 3.5 ENE        0.30   901 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 2.0 NW         0.28   915 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 7.8 WSW        0.23   833 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   MANCOS 3.8 WNW        0.16   758 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   MESA VERDE NP         0.10   800 AM  7/15  W CO COOP SITE

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   MONTROSE 11ENE        0.24   100 AM  7/15  W CO CRN SITE
   MONTROSE              0.05   100 AM  7/15  AVIATION SITE
   MONTROSE 5.6 SW       0.03  1008 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.9 ESE      0.03   640 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.6 E        0.03   721 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.0 SSE      0.03   517 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   BLACK CANYON NP       0.02   900 AM  7/15  W CO COOP SITE
   MONTROSE 2.0 E        0.02   832 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.3 ENE      0.02   702 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 10.1 S       0.02   641 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.9 ESE      0.01   825 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...PITKIN COUNTY...
   ASPEN                 0.18  1155 AM  7/15  AVIATION SITE

...RIO BLANCO COUNTY...
   MEEKER AIRPORT        0.10  1155 AM  7/15  AVIATION SITE
   MEEKER 15W            0.01   100 AM  7/15  W CO CRN SITE

...ROUTT COUNTY...
   STMBOAT SPGS 7.9WNW   0.40   730 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   OAK CREEK 0.3 WSW     0.05   529 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...SAN MIGUEL COUNTY...
   REDVALE 22.8 SW       0.31   805 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   NORWOOD 1.4 W         0.15   635 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   SLICK ROCK 1.3 N      0.14   923 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

UTAH

...GRAND COUNTY...
   MOAB 3.7 ESE          0.05   739 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...SAN JUAN COUNTY...
   HOVENWEEP NM          0.46   900 AM  7/15  E UT COOP SITE
   MONTICELLO 2.3 SW     0.21   824 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CEDAR POINT           0.16   800 AM  7/15  E UT COOP SITE
   CNYLANDS-NEEDLES      0.05   930 AM  7/15  E UT COOP SITE
   BLUFF 32NW            0.02   100 AM  7/15  E UT CRN SITE
   CANYONLANDS-NECK      0.01   900 AM  7/15  E UT COOP SITE

...UINTAH COUNTY...
   VERNAL 1.2 SE         0.01   635 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   VERNAL 1S             0.01   730 AM  7/15  E UT COOP SITE
   VERNAL AIRPORT        0.01  1155 AM  7/15  AVIATION SITE

$$


000
NOUS45 KGJT 152034
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
230 PM MDT WED JUL 15 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION REPORTS FROM
WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH, ENDING THIS MORNING AT THE TIMES
INDICATED WITH EACH REPORT. AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.


**********************24 HOUR PRECIPITATION**********************

LOCATION              24 HOUR     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                   PRECIPITATION     OF
                     (INCHES)    MEASUREMENT

COLORADO

...ARCHULETA COUNTY...
   PAGOSA SPRINGS 4.2 W  0.59   735 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...DELTA COUNTY...
   PAONIA 1SW            0.25   800 AM  7/15  W CO COOP SITE
   PAONIA 2.1 SSE        0.20   708 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 1.8 NNE     0.15   944 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CEDAREDGE 1.0 NE      0.04   709 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 5.1 WNW     0.02   714 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...DOLORES COUNTY...
   DOVE CREEK 12.4 SSW   0.09   726 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...EAGLE COUNTY...
   WOLCOTT 2.3 N         0.26   701 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   VAIL 2.6 E            0.26   702 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2N            0.26   800 AM  7/15  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   BASALT 5.8 E          0.15   834 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   VAIL 0.9 WNW          0.13   655 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 5.7 E      0.04   726 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   EDWARDS 1.3 WNW       0.03   704 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   AVON 2N               0.01   700 AM  7/15  UNOFFICIAL STATION

...GARFIELD COUNTY...
   SHOSHONE              0.51   830 AM  7/15  W CO COOP SITE
   RIFLE .96 NNW         0.21   946 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   RIFLE 0.9 NE          0.10   623 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 0.5 W      0.09   534 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   RIFLE AIRPORT         0.08  1155 AM  7/15  AVIATION SITE
   GLENWOOD SPGS 1.4S    0.06   627 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPGS 1.7NW   0.05   819 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPGS 5.3SSE  0.05   659 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPGS .64S    0.05   729 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   SILT 1E               0.02   800 AM  7/15  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CARBONDALE 4.6 NNE    0.02   842 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   PITKIN 1.1 SW         0.40   814 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GOTHIC                0.35   800 AM  7/15  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N   0.35   814 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CRESTED BUTTE         0.16   905 AM  7/15  W CO COOP SITE
   GUNNISON 0.8 N        0.11   813 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 3SW          0.06   900 AM  7/15  W CO COOP SITE
   POWDERHORN 4.4 NNE    0.04   932 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CIMARRON 11.2 S       0.03   704 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 6.6 N        0.03   708 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...LA PLATA COUNTY...
   HESPERUS 6.9 S        0.98   606 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   DURANGO AIRPPORT      0.49  1155 AM  7/15  AVIATION SITE
   DURANGO 10 NNE        0.43   724 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 5.6 NNE      0.38   819 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 4.9 SE       0.36   617 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 5S            0.31   815 AM  7/15  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   DURANGO 7.1 WSW       0.27   710 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 7N           0.26   800 AM  7/15  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   IGNACIO 2.9 N         0.21   830 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   ROCKWOOD 6.9 NNW      0.21   635 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 13.3 SSW     0.19   805 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 2.8 S         0.18   717 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   REDMESA 4.2 NW        0.18   829 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 4.8 WSW       0.18   742 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   ROCKWOOD 6.7 N        0.16   742 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   IGNACIO 8E            0.16   800 AM  7/15  W CO COOP SITE
   HESPERUS 7.8 SW       0.14   826 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 0.6 WSW      0.08   825 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...MESA COUNTY...
   FRUITA 4.5 NNE        0.25   603 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   COLORADO NM           0.15   900 AM  7/15  W CO COOP SITE
   GRAND JCT 2.7N        0.12   831 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 8NNW        0.09   729 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 5.7W        0.05   754 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   MACK 5 NW             0.04   859 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 3.9SSE      0.02   730 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 3.9WSW      0.01   751 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 4.1W        0.01   717 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 0.9WSW      0.01   710 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...MOFFAT COUNTY...
   CRAIG                 0.01  1155 AM  7/15  AVIATION SITE
   HAMILTON 0.8 WNW      0.04   705 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CRAIG 4SW             0.01   800 AM  7/15  W CO COOP SITE
   CRAIG 1.2 ESE         0.01   704 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...MONTEZUMA COUNTY...
   CORTEZ                0.34   900 AM  7/15  W CO COOP SITE
   CORTEZ 1.2 SW         0.34   706 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 1.0 ESE        0.32   801 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ AIRPORT        0.31  1155 AM  7/15  AVIATION SITE
   DOLORES 4.8 ENE       0.31   825 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   MANCOS 3.5 ENE        0.30   901 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 2.0 NW         0.28   915 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 7.8 WSW        0.23   833 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   MANCOS 3.8 WNW        0.16   758 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   MESA VERDE NP         0.10   800 AM  7/15  W CO COOP SITE

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   MONTROSE 11ENE        0.24   100 AM  7/15  W CO CRN SITE
   MONTROSE              0.05   100 AM  7/15  AVIATION SITE
   MONTROSE 5.6 SW       0.03  1008 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.9 ESE      0.03   640 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.6 E        0.03   721 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.0 SSE      0.03   517 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   BLACK CANYON NP       0.02   900 AM  7/15  W CO COOP SITE
   MONTROSE 2.0 E        0.02   832 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.3 ENE      0.02   702 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 10.1 S       0.02   641 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.9 ESE      0.01   825 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...PITKIN COUNTY...
   ASPEN                 0.18  1155 AM  7/15  AVIATION SITE

...RIO BLANCO COUNTY...
   MEEKER AIRPORT        0.10  1155 AM  7/15  AVIATION SITE
   MEEKER 15W            0.01   100 AM  7/15  W CO CRN SITE

...ROUTT COUNTY...
   STMBOAT SPGS 7.9WNW   0.40   730 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   OAK CREEK 0.3 WSW     0.05   529 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...SAN MIGUEL COUNTY...
   REDVALE 22.8 SW       0.31   805 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   NORWOOD 1.4 W         0.15   635 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   SLICK ROCK 1.3 N      0.14   923 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

UTAH

...GRAND COUNTY...
   MOAB 3.7 ESE          0.05   739 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...SAN JUAN COUNTY...
   HOVENWEEP NM          0.46   900 AM  7/15  E UT COOP SITE
   MONTICELLO 2.3 SW     0.21   824 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CEDAR POINT           0.16   800 AM  7/15  E UT COOP SITE
   CNYLANDS-NEEDLES      0.05   930 AM  7/15  E UT COOP SITE
   BLUFF 32NW            0.02   100 AM  7/15  E UT CRN SITE
   CANYONLANDS-NECK      0.01   900 AM  7/15  E UT COOP SITE

...UINTAH COUNTY...
   VERNAL 1.2 SE         0.01   635 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   VERNAL 1S             0.01   730 AM  7/15  E UT COOP SITE
   VERNAL AIRPORT        0.01  1155 AM  7/15  AVIATION SITE

$$


000
NOUS45 KGJT 152034
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
230 PM MDT WED JUL 15 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION REPORTS FROM
WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH, ENDING THIS MORNING AT THE TIMES
INDICATED WITH EACH REPORT. AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.


**********************24 HOUR PRECIPITATION**********************

LOCATION              24 HOUR     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                   PRECIPITATION     OF
                     (INCHES)    MEASUREMENT

COLORADO

...ARCHULETA COUNTY...
   PAGOSA SPRINGS 4.2 W  0.59   735 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...DELTA COUNTY...
   PAONIA 1SW            0.25   800 AM  7/15  W CO COOP SITE
   PAONIA 2.1 SSE        0.20   708 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 1.8 NNE     0.15   944 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CEDAREDGE 1.0 NE      0.04   709 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 5.1 WNW     0.02   714 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...DOLORES COUNTY...
   DOVE CREEK 12.4 SSW   0.09   726 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...EAGLE COUNTY...
   WOLCOTT 2.3 N         0.26   701 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   VAIL 2.6 E            0.26   702 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2N            0.26   800 AM  7/15  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   BASALT 5.8 E          0.15   834 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   VAIL 0.9 WNW          0.13   655 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 5.7 E      0.04   726 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   EDWARDS 1.3 WNW       0.03   704 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   AVON 2N               0.01   700 AM  7/15  UNOFFICIAL STATION

...GARFIELD COUNTY...
   SHOSHONE              0.51   830 AM  7/15  W CO COOP SITE
   RIFLE .96 NNW         0.21   946 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   RIFLE 0.9 NE          0.10   623 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 0.5 W      0.09   534 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   RIFLE AIRPORT         0.08  1155 AM  7/15  AVIATION SITE
   GLENWOOD SPGS 1.4S    0.06   627 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPGS 1.7NW   0.05   819 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPGS 5.3SSE  0.05   659 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPGS .64S    0.05   729 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   SILT 1E               0.02   800 AM  7/15  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CARBONDALE 4.6 NNE    0.02   842 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   PITKIN 1.1 SW         0.40   814 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GOTHIC                0.35   800 AM  7/15  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N   0.35   814 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CRESTED BUTTE         0.16   905 AM  7/15  W CO COOP SITE
   GUNNISON 0.8 N        0.11   813 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 3SW          0.06   900 AM  7/15  W CO COOP SITE
   POWDERHORN 4.4 NNE    0.04   932 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CIMARRON 11.2 S       0.03   704 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 6.6 N        0.03   708 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...LA PLATA COUNTY...
   HESPERUS 6.9 S        0.98   606 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   DURANGO AIRPPORT      0.49  1155 AM  7/15  AVIATION SITE
   DURANGO 10 NNE        0.43   724 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 5.6 NNE      0.38   819 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 4.9 SE       0.36   617 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 5S            0.31   815 AM  7/15  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   DURANGO 7.1 WSW       0.27   710 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 7N           0.26   800 AM  7/15  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   IGNACIO 2.9 N         0.21   830 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   ROCKWOOD 6.9 NNW      0.21   635 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 13.3 SSW     0.19   805 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 2.8 S         0.18   717 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   REDMESA 4.2 NW        0.18   829 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 4.8 WSW       0.18   742 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   ROCKWOOD 6.7 N        0.16   742 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   IGNACIO 8E            0.16   800 AM  7/15  W CO COOP SITE
   HESPERUS 7.8 SW       0.14   826 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 0.6 WSW      0.08   825 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...MESA COUNTY...
   FRUITA 4.5 NNE        0.25   603 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   COLORADO NM           0.15   900 AM  7/15  W CO COOP SITE
   GRAND JCT 2.7N        0.12   831 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 8NNW        0.09   729 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 5.7W        0.05   754 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   MACK 5 NW             0.04   859 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 3.9SSE      0.02   730 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 3.9WSW      0.01   751 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 4.1W        0.01   717 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 0.9WSW      0.01   710 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...MOFFAT COUNTY...
   CRAIG                 0.01  1155 AM  7/15  AVIATION SITE
   HAMILTON 0.8 WNW      0.04   705 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CRAIG 4SW             0.01   800 AM  7/15  W CO COOP SITE
   CRAIG 1.2 ESE         0.01   704 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...MONTEZUMA COUNTY...
   CORTEZ                0.34   900 AM  7/15  W CO COOP SITE
   CORTEZ 1.2 SW         0.34   706 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 1.0 ESE        0.32   801 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ AIRPORT        0.31  1155 AM  7/15  AVIATION SITE
   DOLORES 4.8 ENE       0.31   825 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   MANCOS 3.5 ENE        0.30   901 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 2.0 NW         0.28   915 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 7.8 WSW        0.23   833 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   MANCOS 3.8 WNW        0.16   758 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   MESA VERDE NP         0.10   800 AM  7/15  W CO COOP SITE

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   MONTROSE 11ENE        0.24   100 AM  7/15  W CO CRN SITE
   MONTROSE              0.05   100 AM  7/15  AVIATION SITE
   MONTROSE 5.6 SW       0.03  1008 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.9 ESE      0.03   640 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.6 E        0.03   721 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.0 SSE      0.03   517 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   BLACK CANYON NP       0.02   900 AM  7/15  W CO COOP SITE
   MONTROSE 2.0 E        0.02   832 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.3 ENE      0.02   702 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 10.1 S       0.02   641 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.9 ESE      0.01   825 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...PITKIN COUNTY...
   ASPEN                 0.18  1155 AM  7/15  AVIATION SITE

...RIO BLANCO COUNTY...
   MEEKER AIRPORT        0.10  1155 AM  7/15  AVIATION SITE
   MEEKER 15W            0.01   100 AM  7/15  W CO CRN SITE

...ROUTT COUNTY...
   STMBOAT SPGS 7.9WNW   0.40   730 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   OAK CREEK 0.3 WSW     0.05   529 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...SAN MIGUEL COUNTY...
   REDVALE 22.8 SW       0.31   805 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   NORWOOD 1.4 W         0.15   635 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   SLICK ROCK 1.3 N      0.14   923 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

UTAH

...GRAND COUNTY...
   MOAB 3.7 ESE          0.05   739 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...SAN JUAN COUNTY...
   HOVENWEEP NM          0.46   900 AM  7/15  E UT COOP SITE
   MONTICELLO 2.3 SW     0.21   824 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CEDAR POINT           0.16   800 AM  7/15  E UT COOP SITE
   CNYLANDS-NEEDLES      0.05   930 AM  7/15  E UT COOP SITE
   BLUFF 32NW            0.02   100 AM  7/15  E UT CRN SITE
   CANYONLANDS-NECK      0.01   900 AM  7/15  E UT COOP SITE

...UINTAH COUNTY...
   VERNAL 1.2 SE         0.01   635 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   VERNAL 1S             0.01   730 AM  7/15  E UT COOP SITE
   VERNAL AIRPORT        0.01  1155 AM  7/15  AVIATION SITE

$$


000
NOUS45 KGJT 152034
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
230 PM MDT WED JUL 15 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION REPORTS FROM
WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH, ENDING THIS MORNING AT THE TIMES
INDICATED WITH EACH REPORT. AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.


**********************24 HOUR PRECIPITATION**********************

LOCATION              24 HOUR     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                   PRECIPITATION     OF
                     (INCHES)    MEASUREMENT

COLORADO

...ARCHULETA COUNTY...
   PAGOSA SPRINGS 4.2 W  0.59   735 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...DELTA COUNTY...
   PAONIA 1SW            0.25   800 AM  7/15  W CO COOP SITE
   PAONIA 2.1 SSE        0.20   708 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 1.8 NNE     0.15   944 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CEDAREDGE 1.0 NE      0.04   709 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 5.1 WNW     0.02   714 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...DOLORES COUNTY...
   DOVE CREEK 12.4 SSW   0.09   726 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...EAGLE COUNTY...
   WOLCOTT 2.3 N         0.26   701 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   VAIL 2.6 E            0.26   702 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2N            0.26   800 AM  7/15  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   BASALT 5.8 E          0.15   834 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   VAIL 0.9 WNW          0.13   655 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 5.7 E      0.04   726 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   EDWARDS 1.3 WNW       0.03   704 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   AVON 2N               0.01   700 AM  7/15  UNOFFICIAL STATION

...GARFIELD COUNTY...
   SHOSHONE              0.51   830 AM  7/15  W CO COOP SITE
   RIFLE .96 NNW         0.21   946 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   RIFLE 0.9 NE          0.10   623 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 0.5 W      0.09   534 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   RIFLE AIRPORT         0.08  1155 AM  7/15  AVIATION SITE
   GLENWOOD SPGS 1.4S    0.06   627 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPGS 1.7NW   0.05   819 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPGS 5.3SSE  0.05   659 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPGS .64S    0.05   729 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   SILT 1E               0.02   800 AM  7/15  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CARBONDALE 4.6 NNE    0.02   842 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   PITKIN 1.1 SW         0.40   814 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GOTHIC                0.35   800 AM  7/15  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N   0.35   814 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CRESTED BUTTE         0.16   905 AM  7/15  W CO COOP SITE
   GUNNISON 0.8 N        0.11   813 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 3SW          0.06   900 AM  7/15  W CO COOP SITE
   POWDERHORN 4.4 NNE    0.04   932 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CIMARRON 11.2 S       0.03   704 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 6.6 N        0.03   708 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...LA PLATA COUNTY...
   HESPERUS 6.9 S        0.98   606 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   DURANGO AIRPPORT      0.49  1155 AM  7/15  AVIATION SITE
   DURANGO 10 NNE        0.43   724 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 5.6 NNE      0.38   819 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 4.9 SE       0.36   617 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 5S            0.31   815 AM  7/15  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   DURANGO 7.1 WSW       0.27   710 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 7N           0.26   800 AM  7/15  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   IGNACIO 2.9 N         0.21   830 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   ROCKWOOD 6.9 NNW      0.21   635 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 13.3 SSW     0.19   805 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 2.8 S         0.18   717 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   REDMESA 4.2 NW        0.18   829 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 4.8 WSW       0.18   742 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   ROCKWOOD 6.7 N        0.16   742 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   IGNACIO 8E            0.16   800 AM  7/15  W CO COOP SITE
   HESPERUS 7.8 SW       0.14   826 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 0.6 WSW      0.08   825 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...MESA COUNTY...
   FRUITA 4.5 NNE        0.25   603 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   COLORADO NM           0.15   900 AM  7/15  W CO COOP SITE
   GRAND JCT 2.7N        0.12   831 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 8NNW        0.09   729 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 5.7W        0.05   754 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   MACK 5 NW             0.04   859 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 3.9SSE      0.02   730 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 3.9WSW      0.01   751 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 4.1W        0.01   717 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 0.9WSW      0.01   710 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...MOFFAT COUNTY...
   CRAIG                 0.01  1155 AM  7/15  AVIATION SITE
   HAMILTON 0.8 WNW      0.04   705 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CRAIG 4SW             0.01   800 AM  7/15  W CO COOP SITE
   CRAIG 1.2 ESE         0.01   704 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...MONTEZUMA COUNTY...
   CORTEZ                0.34   900 AM  7/15  W CO COOP SITE
   CORTEZ 1.2 SW         0.34   706 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 1.0 ESE        0.32   801 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ AIRPORT        0.31  1155 AM  7/15  AVIATION SITE
   DOLORES 4.8 ENE       0.31   825 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   MANCOS 3.5 ENE        0.30   901 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 2.0 NW         0.28   915 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 7.8 WSW        0.23   833 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   MANCOS 3.8 WNW        0.16   758 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   MESA VERDE NP         0.10   800 AM  7/15  W CO COOP SITE

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   MONTROSE 11ENE        0.24   100 AM  7/15  W CO CRN SITE
   MONTROSE              0.05   100 AM  7/15  AVIATION SITE
   MONTROSE 5.6 SW       0.03  1008 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.9 ESE      0.03   640 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.6 E        0.03   721 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.0 SSE      0.03   517 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   BLACK CANYON NP       0.02   900 AM  7/15  W CO COOP SITE
   MONTROSE 2.0 E        0.02   832 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.3 ENE      0.02   702 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 10.1 S       0.02   641 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.9 ESE      0.01   825 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...PITKIN COUNTY...
   ASPEN                 0.18  1155 AM  7/15  AVIATION SITE

...RIO BLANCO COUNTY...
   MEEKER AIRPORT        0.10  1155 AM  7/15  AVIATION SITE
   MEEKER 15W            0.01   100 AM  7/15  W CO CRN SITE

...ROUTT COUNTY...
   STMBOAT SPGS 7.9WNW   0.40   730 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   OAK CREEK 0.3 WSW     0.05   529 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...SAN MIGUEL COUNTY...
   REDVALE 22.8 SW       0.31   805 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   NORWOOD 1.4 W         0.15   635 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   SLICK ROCK 1.3 N      0.14   923 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

UTAH

...GRAND COUNTY...
   MOAB 3.7 ESE          0.05   739 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...SAN JUAN COUNTY...
   HOVENWEEP NM          0.46   900 AM  7/15  E UT COOP SITE
   MONTICELLO 2.3 SW     0.21   824 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CEDAR POINT           0.16   800 AM  7/15  E UT COOP SITE
   CNYLANDS-NEEDLES      0.05   930 AM  7/15  E UT COOP SITE
   BLUFF 32NW            0.02   100 AM  7/15  E UT CRN SITE
   CANYONLANDS-NECK      0.01   900 AM  7/15  E UT COOP SITE

...UINTAH COUNTY...
   VERNAL 1.2 SE         0.01   635 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   VERNAL 1S             0.01   730 AM  7/15  E UT COOP SITE
   VERNAL AIRPORT        0.01  1155 AM  7/15  AVIATION SITE

$$


000
NOUS45 KGJT 152034
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
230 PM MDT WED JUL 15 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION REPORTS FROM
WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH, ENDING THIS MORNING AT THE TIMES
INDICATED WITH EACH REPORT. AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.


**********************24 HOUR PRECIPITATION**********************

LOCATION              24 HOUR     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                   PRECIPITATION     OF
                     (INCHES)    MEASUREMENT

COLORADO

...ARCHULETA COUNTY...
   PAGOSA SPRINGS 4.2 W  0.59   735 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...DELTA COUNTY...
   PAONIA 1SW            0.25   800 AM  7/15  W CO COOP SITE
   PAONIA 2.1 SSE        0.20   708 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 1.8 NNE     0.15   944 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CEDAREDGE 1.0 NE      0.04   709 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 5.1 WNW     0.02   714 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...DOLORES COUNTY...
   DOVE CREEK 12.4 SSW   0.09   726 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...EAGLE COUNTY...
   WOLCOTT 2.3 N         0.26   701 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   VAIL 2.6 E            0.26   702 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2N            0.26   800 AM  7/15  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   BASALT 5.8 E          0.15   834 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   VAIL 0.9 WNW          0.13   655 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 5.7 E      0.04   726 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   EDWARDS 1.3 WNW       0.03   704 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   AVON 2N               0.01   700 AM  7/15  UNOFFICIAL STATION

...GARFIELD COUNTY...
   SHOSHONE              0.51   830 AM  7/15  W CO COOP SITE
   RIFLE .96 NNW         0.21   946 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   RIFLE 0.9 NE          0.10   623 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 0.5 W      0.09   534 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   RIFLE AIRPORT         0.08  1155 AM  7/15  AVIATION SITE
   GLENWOOD SPGS 1.4S    0.06   627 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPGS 1.7NW   0.05   819 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPGS 5.3SSE  0.05   659 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPGS .64S    0.05   729 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   SILT 1E               0.02   800 AM  7/15  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CARBONDALE 4.6 NNE    0.02   842 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   PITKIN 1.1 SW         0.40   814 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GOTHIC                0.35   800 AM  7/15  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N   0.35   814 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CRESTED BUTTE         0.16   905 AM  7/15  W CO COOP SITE
   GUNNISON 0.8 N        0.11   813 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 3SW          0.06   900 AM  7/15  W CO COOP SITE
   POWDERHORN 4.4 NNE    0.04   932 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CIMARRON 11.2 S       0.03   704 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 6.6 N        0.03   708 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...LA PLATA COUNTY...
   HESPERUS 6.9 S        0.98   606 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   DURANGO AIRPPORT      0.49  1155 AM  7/15  AVIATION SITE
   DURANGO 10 NNE        0.43   724 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 5.6 NNE      0.38   819 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 4.9 SE       0.36   617 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 5S            0.31   815 AM  7/15  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   DURANGO 7.1 WSW       0.27   710 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 7N           0.26   800 AM  7/15  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   IGNACIO 2.9 N         0.21   830 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   ROCKWOOD 6.9 NNW      0.21   635 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 13.3 SSW     0.19   805 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 2.8 S         0.18   717 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   REDMESA 4.2 NW        0.18   829 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 4.8 WSW       0.18   742 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   ROCKWOOD 6.7 N        0.16   742 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   IGNACIO 8E            0.16   800 AM  7/15  W CO COOP SITE
   HESPERUS 7.8 SW       0.14   826 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 0.6 WSW      0.08   825 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...MESA COUNTY...
   FRUITA 4.5 NNE        0.25   603 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   COLORADO NM           0.15   900 AM  7/15  W CO COOP SITE
   GRAND JCT 2.7N        0.12   831 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 8NNW        0.09   729 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 5.7W        0.05   754 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   MACK 5 NW             0.04   859 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 3.9SSE      0.02   730 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 3.9WSW      0.01   751 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 4.1W        0.01   717 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 0.9WSW      0.01   710 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...MOFFAT COUNTY...
   CRAIG                 0.01  1155 AM  7/15  AVIATION SITE
   HAMILTON 0.8 WNW      0.04   705 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CRAIG 4SW             0.01   800 AM  7/15  W CO COOP SITE
   CRAIG 1.2 ESE         0.01   704 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...MONTEZUMA COUNTY...
   CORTEZ                0.34   900 AM  7/15  W CO COOP SITE
   CORTEZ 1.2 SW         0.34   706 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 1.0 ESE        0.32   801 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ AIRPORT        0.31  1155 AM  7/15  AVIATION SITE
   DOLORES 4.8 ENE       0.31   825 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   MANCOS 3.5 ENE        0.30   901 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 2.0 NW         0.28   915 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 7.8 WSW        0.23   833 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   MANCOS 3.8 WNW        0.16   758 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   MESA VERDE NP         0.10   800 AM  7/15  W CO COOP SITE

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   MONTROSE 11ENE        0.24   100 AM  7/15  W CO CRN SITE
   MONTROSE              0.05   100 AM  7/15  AVIATION SITE
   MONTROSE 5.6 SW       0.03  1008 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.9 ESE      0.03   640 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.6 E        0.03   721 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.0 SSE      0.03   517 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   BLACK CANYON NP       0.02   900 AM  7/15  W CO COOP SITE
   MONTROSE 2.0 E        0.02   832 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.3 ENE      0.02   702 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 10.1 S       0.02   641 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.9 ESE      0.01   825 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...PITKIN COUNTY...
   ASPEN                 0.18  1155 AM  7/15  AVIATION SITE

...RIO BLANCO COUNTY...
   MEEKER AIRPORT        0.10  1155 AM  7/15  AVIATION SITE
   MEEKER 15W            0.01   100 AM  7/15  W CO CRN SITE

...ROUTT COUNTY...
   STMBOAT SPGS 7.9WNW   0.40   730 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   OAK CREEK 0.3 WSW     0.05   529 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...SAN MIGUEL COUNTY...
   REDVALE 22.8 SW       0.31   805 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   NORWOOD 1.4 W         0.15   635 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   SLICK ROCK 1.3 N      0.14   923 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

UTAH

...GRAND COUNTY...
   MOAB 3.7 ESE          0.05   739 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...SAN JUAN COUNTY...
   HOVENWEEP NM          0.46   900 AM  7/15  E UT COOP SITE
   MONTICELLO 2.3 SW     0.21   824 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CEDAR POINT           0.16   800 AM  7/15  E UT COOP SITE
   CNYLANDS-NEEDLES      0.05   930 AM  7/15  E UT COOP SITE
   BLUFF 32NW            0.02   100 AM  7/15  E UT CRN SITE
   CANYONLANDS-NECK      0.01   900 AM  7/15  E UT COOP SITE

...UINTAH COUNTY...
   VERNAL 1.2 SE         0.01   635 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   VERNAL 1S             0.01   730 AM  7/15  E UT COOP SITE
   VERNAL AIRPORT        0.01  1155 AM  7/15  AVIATION SITE

$$


000
NOUS45 KGJT 152034
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
230 PM MDT WED JUL 15 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION REPORTS FROM
WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH, ENDING THIS MORNING AT THE TIMES
INDICATED WITH EACH REPORT. AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.


**********************24 HOUR PRECIPITATION**********************

LOCATION              24 HOUR     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                   PRECIPITATION     OF
                     (INCHES)    MEASUREMENT

COLORADO

...ARCHULETA COUNTY...
   PAGOSA SPRINGS 4.2 W  0.59   735 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...DELTA COUNTY...
   PAONIA 1SW            0.25   800 AM  7/15  W CO COOP SITE
   PAONIA 2.1 SSE        0.20   708 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 1.8 NNE     0.15   944 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CEDAREDGE 1.0 NE      0.04   709 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 5.1 WNW     0.02   714 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...DOLORES COUNTY...
   DOVE CREEK 12.4 SSW   0.09   726 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...EAGLE COUNTY...
   WOLCOTT 2.3 N         0.26   701 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   VAIL 2.6 E            0.26   702 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2N            0.26   800 AM  7/15  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   BASALT 5.8 E          0.15   834 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   VAIL 0.9 WNW          0.13   655 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 5.7 E      0.04   726 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   EDWARDS 1.3 WNW       0.03   704 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   AVON 2N               0.01   700 AM  7/15  UNOFFICIAL STATION

...GARFIELD COUNTY...
   SHOSHONE              0.51   830 AM  7/15  W CO COOP SITE
   RIFLE .96 NNW         0.21   946 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   RIFLE 0.9 NE          0.10   623 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 0.5 W      0.09   534 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   RIFLE AIRPORT         0.08  1155 AM  7/15  AVIATION SITE
   GLENWOOD SPGS 1.4S    0.06   627 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPGS 1.7NW   0.05   819 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPGS 5.3SSE  0.05   659 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPGS .64S    0.05   729 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   SILT 1E               0.02   800 AM  7/15  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CARBONDALE 4.6 NNE    0.02   842 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   PITKIN 1.1 SW         0.40   814 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GOTHIC                0.35   800 AM  7/15  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N   0.35   814 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CRESTED BUTTE         0.16   905 AM  7/15  W CO COOP SITE
   GUNNISON 0.8 N        0.11   813 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 3SW          0.06   900 AM  7/15  W CO COOP SITE
   POWDERHORN 4.4 NNE    0.04   932 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CIMARRON 11.2 S       0.03   704 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 6.6 N        0.03   708 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...LA PLATA COUNTY...
   HESPERUS 6.9 S        0.98   606 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   DURANGO AIRPPORT      0.49  1155 AM  7/15  AVIATION SITE
   DURANGO 10 NNE        0.43   724 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 5.6 NNE      0.38   819 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 4.9 SE       0.36   617 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 5S            0.31   815 AM  7/15  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   DURANGO 7.1 WSW       0.27   710 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 7N           0.26   800 AM  7/15  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   IGNACIO 2.9 N         0.21   830 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   ROCKWOOD 6.9 NNW      0.21   635 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 13.3 SSW     0.19   805 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 2.8 S         0.18   717 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   REDMESA 4.2 NW        0.18   829 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 4.8 WSW       0.18   742 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   ROCKWOOD 6.7 N        0.16   742 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   IGNACIO 8E            0.16   800 AM  7/15  W CO COOP SITE
   HESPERUS 7.8 SW       0.14   826 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 0.6 WSW      0.08   825 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...MESA COUNTY...
   FRUITA 4.5 NNE        0.25   603 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   COLORADO NM           0.15   900 AM  7/15  W CO COOP SITE
   GRAND JCT 2.7N        0.12   831 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 8NNW        0.09   729 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 5.7W        0.05   754 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   MACK 5 NW             0.04   859 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 3.9SSE      0.02   730 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 3.9WSW      0.01   751 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 4.1W        0.01   717 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 0.9WSW      0.01   710 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...MOFFAT COUNTY...
   CRAIG                 0.01  1155 AM  7/15  AVIATION SITE
   HAMILTON 0.8 WNW      0.04   705 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CRAIG 4SW             0.01   800 AM  7/15  W CO COOP SITE
   CRAIG 1.2 ESE         0.01   704 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...MONTEZUMA COUNTY...
   CORTEZ                0.34   900 AM  7/15  W CO COOP SITE
   CORTEZ 1.2 SW         0.34   706 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 1.0 ESE        0.32   801 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ AIRPORT        0.31  1155 AM  7/15  AVIATION SITE
   DOLORES 4.8 ENE       0.31   825 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   MANCOS 3.5 ENE        0.30   901 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 2.0 NW         0.28   915 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 7.8 WSW        0.23   833 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   MANCOS 3.8 WNW        0.16   758 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   MESA VERDE NP         0.10   800 AM  7/15  W CO COOP SITE

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   MONTROSE 11ENE        0.24   100 AM  7/15  W CO CRN SITE
   MONTROSE              0.05   100 AM  7/15  AVIATION SITE
   MONTROSE 5.6 SW       0.03  1008 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.9 ESE      0.03   640 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.6 E        0.03   721 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.0 SSE      0.03   517 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   BLACK CANYON NP       0.02   900 AM  7/15  W CO COOP SITE
   MONTROSE 2.0 E        0.02   832 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.3 ENE      0.02   702 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 10.1 S       0.02   641 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.9 ESE      0.01   825 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...PITKIN COUNTY...
   ASPEN                 0.18  1155 AM  7/15  AVIATION SITE

...RIO BLANCO COUNTY...
   MEEKER AIRPORT        0.10  1155 AM  7/15  AVIATION SITE
   MEEKER 15W            0.01   100 AM  7/15  W CO CRN SITE

...ROUTT COUNTY...
   STMBOAT SPGS 7.9WNW   0.40   730 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   OAK CREEK 0.3 WSW     0.05   529 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...SAN MIGUEL COUNTY...
   REDVALE 22.8 SW       0.31   805 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   NORWOOD 1.4 W         0.15   635 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   SLICK ROCK 1.3 N      0.14   923 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

UTAH

...GRAND COUNTY...
   MOAB 3.7 ESE          0.05   739 AM  7/15  COCORAHS

...SAN JUAN COUNTY...
   HOVENWEEP NM          0.46   900 AM  7/15  E UT COOP SITE
   MONTICELLO 2.3 SW     0.21   824 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   CEDAR POINT           0.16   800 AM  7/15  E UT COOP SITE
   CNYLANDS-NEEDLES      0.05   930 AM  7/15  E UT COOP SITE
   BLUFF 32NW            0.02   100 AM  7/15  E UT CRN SITE
   CANYONLANDS-NECK      0.01   900 AM  7/15  E UT COOP SITE

...UINTAH COUNTY...
   VERNAL 1.2 SE         0.01   635 AM  7/15  COCORAHS
   VERNAL 1S             0.01   730 AM  7/15  E UT COOP SITE
   VERNAL AIRPORT        0.01  1155 AM  7/15  AVIATION SITE

$$



000
NOUS43 KLMK 151830
PNSLMK

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOUISVILLE KY
0157 PM EDT Wed Jul 15 2015

...NWS Damage Survey for 07/13/2015 Thunderstorm Wind Event in
Taylor County...

.Overview...
On July 15, a NWS survey team assessed damage from the July 13
storms in western Taylor County, near the Green County line. Damage
was consistent with a broad area of 65-70 mph winds, with embedded
85 mph winds.

.Taylor County Thunderstorm Wind...

Peak Wind /Estimated/:     65-85 MPH
Path Length/Statute/:      4.0 miles
Path Width/Maximum/:       1.5 miles
Fatalities:                0
Injuries:                  0

Start Date:                Jul 13 2015
Start Time:                05:51 PM EDT
Start Location:            5 miles ENE of Allendale
Start Lat/Lon:             37.3995 / -85.5104

End Date:                  Jul 13 2015
End Times:                 05:57 PM EDT
End Location:              4 miles N of Black Gnat
End Lat/Lon:               37.3599 / -85.5104

Survey Summary: Downburst winds caused structural damage to at least
6 barns, and blew over an un-anchored, vacant mobile home. Damage
was observed along Mac Pittman Road from Highway 569 to Highway 323,
along Moss Road east of Mac Pittman Road, and along Highway 323 from
Mac Pittman Road into the community of Bengal. Damage suggested
widespread 65-70 mph winds, with embedded pockets of 85 mph winds.
No tornadic damage was evident, but the strongest winds were likely
associated with small, transient eddies.

Note: The information in this statement is preliminary and subject to
change pending final review of the event and publication in NWS
storm data.

For the latest updates, please visit our webpage at
weather.gov/louisville.

You can follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/nwslouisville.

You can follow us on Twitter at @nwslouisville.

JBS/RAS

$$








000
NOUS43 KLMK 151830
PNSLMK

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOUISVILLE KY
0157 PM EDT Wed Jul 15 2015

...NWS Damage Survey for 07/13/2015 Thunderstorm Wind Event in
Taylor County...

.Overview...
On July 15, a NWS survey team assessed damage from the July 13
storms in western Taylor County, near the Green County line. Damage
was consistent with a broad area of 65-70 mph winds, with embedded
85 mph winds.

.Taylor County Thunderstorm Wind...

Peak Wind /Estimated/:     65-85 MPH
Path Length/Statute/:      4.0 miles
Path Width/Maximum/:       1.5 miles
Fatalities:                0
Injuries:                  0

Start Date:                Jul 13 2015
Start Time:                05:51 PM EDT
Start Location:            5 miles ENE of Allendale
Start Lat/Lon:             37.3995 / -85.5104

End Date:                  Jul 13 2015
End Times:                 05:57 PM EDT
End Location:              4 miles N of Black Gnat
End Lat/Lon:               37.3599 / -85.5104

Survey Summary: Downburst winds caused structural damage to at least
6 barns, and blew over an un-anchored, vacant mobile home. Damage
was observed along Mac Pittman Road from Highway 569 to Highway 323,
along Moss Road east of Mac Pittman Road, and along Highway 323 from
Mac Pittman Road into the community of Bengal. Damage suggested
widespread 65-70 mph winds, with embedded pockets of 85 mph winds.
No tornadic damage was evident, but the strongest winds were likely
associated with small, transient eddies.

Note: The information in this statement is preliminary and subject to
change pending final review of the event and publication in NWS
storm data.

For the latest updates, please visit our webpage at
weather.gov/louisville.

You can follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/nwslouisville.

You can follow us on Twitter at @nwslouisville.

JBS/RAS

$$







000
NOUS43 KEAX 151634
PNSEAX
KSZ025-102-MOZ011>013-020-021-028-121830-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE KANSAS CITY/PLEASANT HILL
718 AM CDT SUN JUL 12 2015

Today`s morning NOAA Weather Radio routine weekly test has been
canceled due to the severe weather threat in the area.


$$


000
NOUS46 KSGX 151601
PNSSGX
CAZ043-048-050-055>058-060>062-065-552-554-041300-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SAN DIEGO CA
858 AM PDT WED JUL 15 2015

...PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...

THE MOUNT WOODSON NOAA ALL-HAZARDS WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTER MAY BE
OFFLINE FOR ABOUT ONE HOUR THIS MORNING DUE TO REQUIRED MAINTENANCE.
NORMAL BROADCASTING SHOULD RETURN AFTER 11 AM. THANK YOU FOR YOUR
PATIENCE.

$$

WEATHER.GOV/SANDIEGO

JJT


000
NOUS46 KSGX 151601
PNSSGX
CAZ043-048-050-055>058-060>062-065-552-554-041300-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SAN DIEGO CA
858 AM PDT WED JUL 15 2015

...PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...

THE MOUNT WOODSON NOAA ALL-HAZARDS WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTER MAY BE
OFFLINE FOR ABOUT ONE HOUR THIS MORNING DUE TO REQUIRED MAINTENANCE.
NORMAL BROADCASTING SHOULD RETURN AFTER 11 AM. THANK YOU FOR YOUR
PATIENCE.

$$

WEATHER.GOV/SANDIEGO

JJT



000
NOUS45 KGJT 151405
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
PRELIMINARY RECORD EVENT REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
805 AM MDT WED JUL 15 2015

...RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE SET THIS MORNING...

IN WESTERN COLORADO...

AT GRAND JUNCTION, AS MEASURED AT THE REGIONAL AIRPORT, THE LOW
TEMPERATURE WAS 56. THIS TIED THE RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE FOR JULY
15, LAST SET IN 1948.

$$


000
NOUS45 KGJT 151405
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
PRELIMINARY RECORD EVENT REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
805 AM MDT WED JUL 15 2015

...RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE SET THIS MORNING...

IN WESTERN COLORADO...

AT GRAND JUNCTION, AS MEASURED AT THE REGIONAL AIRPORT, THE LOW
TEMPERATURE WAS 56. THIS TIED THE RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE FOR JULY
15, LAST SET IN 1948.

$$


000
NOUS45 KGJT 151405
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
PRELIMINARY RECORD EVENT REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
805 AM MDT WED JUL 15 2015

...RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE SET THIS MORNING...

IN WESTERN COLORADO...

AT GRAND JUNCTION, AS MEASURED AT THE REGIONAL AIRPORT, THE LOW
TEMPERATURE WAS 56. THIS TIED THE RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE FOR JULY
15, LAST SET IN 1948.

$$


000
NOUS45 KGJT 151405
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
PRELIMINARY RECORD EVENT REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
805 AM MDT WED JUL 15 2015

...RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE SET THIS MORNING...

IN WESTERN COLORADO...

AT GRAND JUNCTION, AS MEASURED AT THE REGIONAL AIRPORT, THE LOW
TEMPERATURE WAS 56. THIS TIED THE RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE FOR JULY
15, LAST SET IN 1948.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 151200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT WED JUL 15 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 1999, THERE WERE SOME REPORTS OF OVER 3 INCHES OF RAIN IN A
VERY SHORT PERIOD OF TIME NEAR COLBY KANSAS. WATER WAS RUNNING UP
TO ENTRANCES OF DOWNTOWN BUSINESSES AND OVER MANY ROADS.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 151200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT WED JUL 15 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 1999, THERE WERE SOME REPORTS OF OVER 3 INCHES OF RAIN IN A
VERY SHORT PERIOD OF TIME NEAR COLBY KANSAS. WATER WAS RUNNING UP
TO ENTRANCES OF DOWNTOWN BUSINESSES AND OVER MANY ROADS.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 151200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT WED JUL 15 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 1999, THERE WERE SOME REPORTS OF OVER 3 INCHES OF RAIN IN A
VERY SHORT PERIOD OF TIME NEAR COLBY KANSAS. WATER WAS RUNNING UP
TO ENTRANCES OF DOWNTOWN BUSINESSES AND OVER MANY ROADS.

$$



000
NOUS43 KGLD 151200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT WED JUL 15 2015

...ON THIS DATE IN WEATHER HISTORY...

IN 1999, THERE WERE SOME REPORTS OF OVER 3 INCHES OF RAIN IN A
VERY SHORT PERIOD OF TIME NEAR COLBY KANSAS. WATER WAS RUNNING UP
TO ENTRANCES OF DOWNTOWN BUSINESSES AND OVER MANY ROADS.

$$



000
NOUS43 KLMK 150438
PNSLMK

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOUISVILLE KY
1240 AM EDT Wed Jul 15 2015

...NWS Damage Survey for 07/13/2015 Tornadoes in south central KY...

.Overview...
On July 14, a NWS survey team conducted a survey of damage from July
13 storms in three counties in south central Kentucky.  The team
confirmed two EF-0 tornadoes and one EF-1 tornado in addition to
observing widespread downburst wind damage. One of the tornadoes
crossed the state line into Tennessee just a few miles west of Dale
Hollow Lake.

.Green County Tornado...

EF Scale Rating:           EF-1
Estimated Peak Wind:       95-105 MPH
Path Length/Statue/:       1.1  miles
Path Width/Maximum/:       50 yards
Fatalities:                0
Injuries:                  0

Start Date:                Jul 13 2015
Start Time:                6:20 PM EDT
Start Location:            4.8 miles SE Greensburg
Start Lat/Lon:             37.2091 / -85.4418

End Date:                  Jul 13 2015
End Times:                 6:22 PM EDT
End Location:              4.7 miles SSE Greensburg
End Lat/Lon:               37.2026 / -85.4562

Survey Summary: This EF-1 tornado destroyed two barns and one mobile
home in addition to doing considerable roof damage to six other
large outbuildings along Ebenezer Road and Highway 61 southeast of
Greensburg.

.Adair County EF-0 near Breeding...

EF Scale Rating:           EF-0
Estimated Peak Wind:       70-80  MPH
Path Length/Statue/:       1.5  miles
Path Width/Maximum/:       35 yards
Fatalities:                0
Injuries:                  0

Start Date:                Jul 13 2015
Start Time:                6:58 PM EDT
Start Location:            0.9 N Breeding
Start Lat/Lon:             37.2026 / -85.4562

End Date:                  Jul 13 2015
End Times:                 7:00 PM EDT
End Location:              0.7 SSE Breeding
End Lat/Lon:               36.9692 / -85.4388

Survey Summary: This small tornado destroyed one outbuilding in
addition to uprooting and snapping limbs on several trees in a very
narrow path near the community of Breeding in southwest Adair
County. The survey team thanks Adair County EMA Director Mike
Keltner for his assistance in this survey.

.Cumberland County EF-0 Tornado near the Tennessee State Line...

EF Scale Rating:           EF-0
Estimated Peak Wind:       85 MPH
Path Length/Statue/:       0.7  miles
Path Width/Maximum/:       100 yards
Fatalities:                0
Injuries:                  0

Start Date:                Jul 13 2015
Start Time:                7:13 PM CDT
Start Location:            12 SSW Burkesville
Start Lat/Lon:             36.6276 / -85.4374

End Date:                  Jul 13 2015
End Times:                 7:15 PM CDT
End Location:              12.5 SSW Burkesville
End Lat/Lon:               36.6189 / -85.4312

Survey Summary: This small tornado destroyed one outbuilding and
tore roof panels off another before crossing the state line into the
Pearidge area of Tennessee just west of Dale Hollow Lake. There was
actually considerable more tree damage in southwest Cumberland
County resulting from a prolonged period (15-20 minutes) of 60-70
mph winds that occurred in conjunction with the storm that produced
this tornado. A conservative estimate of several hundred healthy
large trees were uprooted or had their trunks snapped by these winds
in a 2-mile wide swath over the forested southwest corner of the
county.  A similar blow down occurred in a 3-mile wide area in and
near Marrowbone in the northwest part of Cumberland County.
Cumberland County EMA Director Greg Cary provided for his assistance
in this survey.

EF Scale: The Enhanced Fujita Scale classifies tornadoes into the
following categories:

EF0...Weak......65 to 85 MPH
EF1...Weak......86 to 110 MPH
EF2...Strong....111 to 135 MPH
EF3...Strong....136 to 165 MPH
EF4...Violent...166 to 200 MPH
EF5...Violent...>200 MPH

Note: The information in this statement is preliminary and subject to
change pending final review of the event and publication in NWS
storm data.

For the latest updates, please visit our webpage at
weather.gov/louisville.

You can follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/nwslouisville.

You can follow us on Twitter at @nwslouisville.

JBS

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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOUISVILLE KY
1240 AM EDT Wed Jul 15 2015

...NWS Damage Survey for 07/13/2015 Tornadoes in south central KY...

.Overview...
On July 14, a NWS survey team conducted a survey of damage from July
13 storms in three counties in south central Kentucky.  The team
confirmed two EF-0 tornadoes and one EF-1 tornado in addition to
observing widespread downburst wind damage. One of the tornadoes
crossed the state line into Tennessee just a few miles west of Dale
Hollow Lake.

.Green County Tornado...

EF Scale Rating:           EF-1
Estimated Peak Wind:       95-105 MPH
Path Length/Statue/:       1.1  miles
Path Width/Maximum/:       50 yards
Fatalities:                0
Injuries:                  0

Start Date:                Jul 13 2015
Start Time:                6:20 PM EDT
Start Location:            4.8 miles SE Greensburg
Start Lat/Lon:             37.2091 / -85.4418

End Date:                  Jul 13 2015
End Times:                 6:22 PM EDT
End Location:              4.7 miles SSE Greensburg
End Lat/Lon:               37.2026 / -85.4562

Survey Summary: This EF-1 tornado destroyed two barns and one mobile
home in addition to doing considerable roof damage to six other
large outbuildings along Ebenezer Road and Highway 61 southeast of
Greensburg.

.Adair County EF-0 near Breeding...

EF Scale Rating:           EF-0
Estimated Peak Wind:       70-80  MPH
Path Length/Statue/:       1.5  miles
Path Width/Maximum/:       35 yards
Fatalities:                0
Injuries:                  0

Start Date:                Jul 13 2015
Start Time:                6:58 PM EDT
Start Location:            0.9 N Breeding
Start Lat/Lon:             37.2026 / -85.4562

End Date:                  Jul 13 2015
End Times:                 7:00 PM EDT
End Location:              0.7 SSE Breeding
End Lat/Lon:               36.9692 / -85.4388

Survey Summary: This small tornado destroyed one outbuilding in
addition to uprooting and snapping limbs on several trees in a very
narrow path near the community of Breeding in southwest Adair
County. The survey team thanks Adair County EMA Director Mike
Keltner for his assistance in this survey.

.Cumberland County EF-0 Tornado near the Tennessee State Line...

EF Scale Rating:           EF-0
Estimated Peak Wind:       85 MPH
Path Length/Statue/:       0.7  miles
Path Width/Maximum/:       100 yards
Fatalities:                0
Injuries:                  0

Start Date:                Jul 13 2015
Start Time:                7:13 PM CDT
Start Location:            12 SSW Burkesville
Start Lat/Lon:             36.6276 / -85.4374

End Date:                  Jul 13 2015
End Times:                 7:15 PM CDT
End Location:              12.5 SSW Burkesville
End Lat/Lon:               36.6189 / -85.4312

Survey Summary: This small tornado destroyed one outbuilding and
tore roof panels off another before crossing the state line into the
Pearidge area of Tennessee just west of Dale Hollow Lake. There was
actually considerable more tree damage in southwest Cumberland
County resulting from a prolonged period (15-20 minutes) of 60-70
mph winds that occurred in conjunction with the storm that produced
this tornado. A conservative estimate of several hundred healthy
large trees were uprooted or had their trunks snapped by these winds
in a 2-mile wide swath over the forested southwest corner of the
county.  A similar blow down occurred in a 3-mile wide area in and
near Marrowbone in the northwest part of Cumberland County.
Cumberland County EMA Director Greg Cary provided for his assistance
in this survey.

EF Scale: The Enhanced Fujita Scale classifies tornadoes into the
following categories:

EF0...Weak......65 to 85 MPH
EF1...Weak......86 to 110 MPH
EF2...Strong....111 to 135 MPH
EF3...Strong....136 to 165 MPH
EF4...Violent...166 to 200 MPH
EF5...Violent...>200 MPH

Note: The information in this statement is preliminary and subject to
change pending final review of the event and publication in NWS
storm data.

For the latest updates, please visit our webpage at
weather.gov/louisville.

You can follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/nwslouisville.

You can follow us on Twitter at @nwslouisville.

JBS

$$








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NOUS43 KLMK 150438
PNSLMK

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOUISVILLE KY
1240 AM EDT Wed Jul 15 2015

...NWS Damage Survey for 07/13/2015 Tornadoes in south central KY...

.Overview...
On July 14, a NWS survey team conducted a survey of damage from July
13 storms in three counties in south central Kentucky.  The team
confirmed two EF-0 tornadoes and one EF-1 tornado in addition to
observing widespread downburst wind damage. One of the tornadoes
crossed the state line into Tennessee just a few miles west of Dale
Hollow Lake.

.Green County Tornado...

EF Scale Rating:           EF-1
Estimated Peak Wind:       95-105 MPH
Path Length/Statue/:       1.1  miles
Path Width/Maximum/:       50 yards
Fatalities:                0
Injuries:                  0

Start Date:                Jul 13 2015
Start Time:                6:20 PM EDT
Start Location:            4.8 miles SE Greensburg
Start Lat/Lon:             37.2091 / -85.4418

End Date:                  Jul 13 2015
End Times:                 6:22 PM EDT
End Location:              4.7 miles SSE Greensburg
End Lat/Lon:               37.2026 / -85.4562

Survey Summary: This EF-1 tornado destroyed two barns and one mobile
home in addition to doing considerable roof damage to six other
large outbuildings along Ebenezer Road and Highway 61 southeast of
Greensburg.

.Adair County EF-0 near Breeding...

EF Scale Rating:           EF-0
Estimated Peak Wind:       70-80  MPH
Path Length/Statue/:       1.5  miles
Path Width/Maximum/:       35 yards
Fatalities:                0
Injuries:                  0

Start Date:                Jul 13 2015
Start Time:                6:58 PM EDT
Start Location:            0.9 N Breeding
Start Lat/Lon:             37.2026 / -85.4562

End Date:                  Jul 13 2015
End Times:                 7:00 PM EDT
End Location:              0.7 SSE Breeding
End Lat/Lon:               36.9692 / -85.4388

Survey Summary: This small tornado destroyed one outbuilding in
addition to uprooting and snapping limbs on several trees in a very
narrow path near the community of Breeding in southwest Adair
County. The survey team thanks Adair County EMA Director Mike
Keltner for his assistance in this survey.

.Cumberland County EF-0 Tornado near the Tennessee State Line...

EF Scale Rating:           EF-0
Estimated Peak Wind:       85 MPH
Path Length/Statue/:       0.7  miles
Path Width/Maximum/:       100 yards
Fatalities:                0
Injuries:                  0

Start Date:                Jul 13 2015
Start Time:                7:13 PM CDT
Start Location:            12 SSW Burkesville
Start Lat/Lon:             36.6276 / -85.4374

End Date:                  Jul 13 2015
End Times:                 7:15 PM CDT
End Location:              12.5 SSW Burkesville
End Lat/Lon:               36.6189 / -85.4312

Survey Summary: This small tornado destroyed one outbuilding and
tore roof panels off another before crossing the state line into the
Pearidge area of Tennessee just west of Dale Hollow Lake. There was
actually considerable more tree damage in southwest Cumberland
County resulting from a prolonged period (15-20 minutes) of 60-70
mph winds that occurred in conjunction with the storm that produced
this tornado. A conservative estimate of several hundred healthy
large trees were uprooted or had their trunks snapped by these winds
in a 2-mile wide swath over the forested southwest corner of the
county.  A similar blow down occurred in a 3-mile wide area in and
near Marrowbone in the northwest part of Cumberland County.
Cumberland County EMA Director Greg Cary provided for his assistance
in this survey.

EF Scale: The Enhanced Fujita Scale classifies tornadoes into the
following categories:

EF0...Weak......65 to 85 MPH
EF1...Weak......86 to 110 MPH
EF2...Strong....111 to 135 MPH
EF3...Strong....136 to 165 MPH
EF4...Violent...166 to 200 MPH
EF5...Violent...>200 MPH

Note: The information in this statement is preliminary and subject to
change pending final review of the event and publication in NWS
storm data.

For the latest updates, please visit our webpage at
weather.gov/louisville.

You can follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/nwslouisville.

You can follow us on Twitter at @nwslouisville.

JBS

$$







000
NOUS41 KLWX 142255
PNSLWX

...SEVERE WEATHER SAFETY RULES...

DAMAGING THUNDERSTORMS ARE POSSIBLE THIS EVENING. RESIDENTS ACROSS
THE WASHINGTON DC METRO AREAS...NORTHERN AND CENTRAL VIRGINIA...
PORTIONS OF NORTH CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN MARYLAND AND THE EASTERN WEST
VIRGINIA PANHANDLE SHOULD MONITOR THIS SITUATION CLOSELY AND ENSURE
YOUR NOAA WEATHER RADIOS ARE SET TO ALERT MODE. SEVERE WEATHER
WARNINGS MAY BECOME NECESSARY.

HERE ARE SOME SAFETY RULES TO KEEP IN MIND WHEN SEVERE WEATHER IS
EXPECTED OR IS OCCURRING.

IF A WARNING IS ISSUED...SEEK SHELTER INDOORS IMMEDIATELY. A SEVERE
THUNDERSTORM IS DEFINED AS PRODUCING QUARTER SIZE OR GREATER HAIL
AND WIND GUSTS OF 58 MPH OR MORE.

TORNADOES OFTEN FORM VERY RAPIDLY FROM SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS. IF
YOU ARE IN A TORNADO WATCH...AND A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING IS
ISSUED FOR YOUR AREA...MONITOR LOCAL CONDITIONS CLOSELY AND BE
READY TO TAKE QUICK ACTION TO SAVE YOUR LIFE.

STAY TUNED TO NOAA WEATHER RADIO...COMMERCIAL RADIO OR TELEVISION
FOR THE LATEST ON THIS POTENTIAL SEVERE WEATHER EVENT. ADDITIONAL
WEATHER INFORMATION...CAN BE FOUND AT WEATHER.GOV/WASHINGTON OR
WEATHER.GOV/BALTIMORE.


000
NOUS41 KLWX 142255
PNSLWX

...SEVERE WEATHER SAFETY RULES...

DAMAGING THUNDERSTORMS ARE POSSIBLE THIS EVENING. RESIDENTS ACROSS
THE WASHINGTON DC METRO AREAS...NORTHERN AND CENTRAL VIRGINIA...
PORTIONS OF NORTH CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN MARYLAND AND THE EASTERN WEST
VIRGINIA PANHANDLE SHOULD MONITOR THIS SITUATION CLOSELY AND ENSURE
YOUR NOAA WEATHER RADIOS ARE SET TO ALERT MODE. SEVERE WEATHER
WARNINGS MAY BECOME NECESSARY.

HERE ARE SOME SAFETY RULES TO KEEP IN MIND WHEN SEVERE WEATHER IS
EXPECTED OR IS OCCURRING.

IF A WARNING IS ISSUED...SEEK SHELTER INDOORS IMMEDIATELY. A SEVERE
THUNDERSTORM IS DEFINED AS PRODUCING QUARTER SIZE OR GREATER HAIL
AND WIND GUSTS OF 58 MPH OR MORE.

TORNADOES OFTEN FORM VERY RAPIDLY FROM SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS. IF
YOU ARE IN A TORNADO WATCH...AND A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING IS
ISSUED FOR YOUR AREA...MONITOR LOCAL CONDITIONS CLOSELY AND BE
READY TO TAKE QUICK ACTION TO SAVE YOUR LIFE.

STAY TUNED TO NOAA WEATHER RADIO...COMMERCIAL RADIO OR TELEVISION
FOR THE LATEST ON THIS POTENTIAL SEVERE WEATHER EVENT. ADDITIONAL
WEATHER INFORMATION...CAN BE FOUND AT WEATHER.GOV/WASHINGTON OR
WEATHER.GOV/BALTIMORE.


000
NOUS41 KLWX 142255
PNSLWX

...SEVERE WEATHER SAFETY RULES...

DAMAGING THUNDERSTORMS ARE POSSIBLE THIS EVENING. RESIDENTS ACROSS
THE WASHINGTON DC METRO AREAS...NORTHERN AND CENTRAL VIRGINIA...
PORTIONS OF NORTH CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN MARYLAND AND THE EASTERN WEST
VIRGINIA PANHANDLE SHOULD MONITOR THIS SITUATION CLOSELY AND ENSURE
YOUR NOAA WEATHER RADIOS ARE SET TO ALERT MODE. SEVERE WEATHER
WARNINGS MAY BECOME NECESSARY.

HERE ARE SOME SAFETY RULES TO KEEP IN MIND WHEN SEVERE WEATHER IS
EXPECTED OR IS OCCURRING.

IF A WARNING IS ISSUED...SEEK SHELTER INDOORS IMMEDIATELY.