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000
NOUS45 KCYS 242317
PNSCYS
NEZ002-003-019-020-021-054-055-095-096-WYZ101>119-251116-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHEYENNE WY
516 PM MDT THU JUL 24 2014


...HIGH TEMPERATURE OBSERVATIONS...

LOCATION                       TEMP      TIME/DATE

...NEBRASKA...

...BANNER...
6 SE HARRISBURG                108 F     0230 PM 07/24

...BOX BUTTE...
ALLIANCE MUNICIPAL AIRPORT     103 F     0253 PM 07/24
5 E HEMINGFORD                 102 F     0230 PM 07/24
ALLIANCE                       102 F     0300 PM 07/24

...CHEYENNE...
1 S DALTON                     106 F     0115 PM 07/24
SIDNEY MUNICIPAL AIRPORT       101 F     1153 AM 07/24
9 WNW LODGEPOLE                100 F     0115 PM 07/24

...DAWES...
CHADRON MUNICIPAL AIRPORT      108 F     0253 PM 07/24
CHADRON                        103 F     0152 PM 07/24
3 NNE CHADRON STATE PARK       99 F      0122 PM 07/24

...KIMBALL...
1 E PINE BLUFFS                107 F     0215 PM 07/24
DIX                            102 F     1200 PM 07/24
2 E BUSHNELL                   99 F      0300 PM 07/24
KIMBALL                        98 F      1215 PM 07/24

...MORRILL...
6 SW ANGORA                    107 F     0315 PM 07/24
4 WNW LISCO                    106 F     0200 PM 07/24
6 ESE BROADWATER               104 F     0116 PM 07/24
NORTHPORT CANAL @ RED WILLOW F 102 F     0230 PM 07/24
6 ESE BRIDGEPORT               98 F      0100 PM 07/24
5 ESE BAYARD                   97 F      0200 PM 07/24

...SCOTTS BLUFF...
4 ESE MITCHELL                 108 F     0300 PM 07/24
1 NE MITCHELL                  102 F     0250 PM 07/24
SCOTTSBLUFF HEILIG FIELD       102 F     0153 PM 07/24
SCOTTSBLUFF                    101 F     0239 PM 07/24
2 W GERING                     101 F     0134 PM 07/24
1 ESE MELBETA                  100 F     0200 PM 07/24
TERRYTOWN                      100 F     0230 PM 07/24
7 N MINATARE                   100 F     0245 PM 07/24

...SIOUX...
11 SW MARSLAND                 112 F     0230 PM 07/24
10 E HARRISON                  111 F     0200 PM 07/24
23 NE HARRISON                 110 F     0200 PM 07/24
2 E HENRY                      105 F     0300 PM 07/24
NE HARRISON 20 SSE             102 F     0145 PM 07/24
2 ENE AGATE                    101 F     0213 PM 07/24

...WYOMING...

...CONVERSE...
2 W LOST SPRINGS               102 F     0200 PM 07/24
CONVERSE COUNTY AIRPORT        98 F      1153 AM 07/24
1 SSE BILL                     96 F      1130 AM 07/24

...GOSHEN...
1 ENE YODER                    109 F     0200 PM 07/24
10 NE TORRINGTON               103 F     0200 PM 07/24
14 ESE JAY EM                  100 F     0200 PM 07/24
TORRINGTON MUNICIPAL AIRPORT   100 F     0153 PM 07/24
11 S VAN TASSELL               99 F      0100 PM 07/24
MITCHELL GERING CANAL NR WY/NE 99 F      0230 PM 07/24
6 E GUERNSEY                   97 F      0115 PM 07/24
5 SE HAWK SPRINGS              97 F      0130 PM 07/24

...LARAMIE...
PINE BLUFFS                    99 F      0235 PM 07/24
1 E GUN BARREL                 95 F      0150 PM 07/24
4 WSW PINE BLUFFS              94 F      0200 PM 07/24
7 SSW CHUGWATER                94 F      0115 PM 07/24
5 S ALBIN                      94 F      0100 PM 07/24
8 ENE CHEYENNE                 92 F      0100 PM 07/24
5 WNW BURNS                    92 F      0200 PM 07/24
16E HORSE CREEK - WHITAKER HWY 91 F      0105 PM 07/24
FE WARREN AFB                  91 F      0155 PM 07/24
CHEYENNE                       90 F      1153 AM 07/24

...NIOBRARA...
6 WNW VAN TASSELL              98 F      0100 PM 07/24
LUSK                           97 F      0100 PM 07/24
LUSK                           95 F      1203 PM 07/24

...PLATTE...
5 NW HARTVILLE                 103 F     0101 PM 07/24
3 ENE SIBLEY PEAK              99 F      0130 PM 07/24
1 NW GUERNSEY                  99 F      0100 PM 07/24

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

$$



000
NOUS45 KCYS 242317
PNSCYS
NEZ002-003-019-020-021-054-055-095-096-WYZ101>119-251116-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHEYENNE WY
516 PM MDT THU JUL 24 2014


...HIGH TEMPERATURE OBSERVATIONS...

LOCATION                       TEMP      TIME/DATE

...NEBRASKA...

...BANNER...
6 SE HARRISBURG                108 F     0230 PM 07/24

...BOX BUTTE...
ALLIANCE MUNICIPAL AIRPORT     103 F     0253 PM 07/24
5 E HEMINGFORD                 102 F     0230 PM 07/24
ALLIANCE                       102 F     0300 PM 07/24

...CHEYENNE...
1 S DALTON                     106 F     0115 PM 07/24
SIDNEY MUNICIPAL AIRPORT       101 F     1153 AM 07/24
9 WNW LODGEPOLE                100 F     0115 PM 07/24

...DAWES...
CHADRON MUNICIPAL AIRPORT      108 F     0253 PM 07/24
CHADRON                        103 F     0152 PM 07/24
3 NNE CHADRON STATE PARK       99 F      0122 PM 07/24

...KIMBALL...
1 E PINE BLUFFS                107 F     0215 PM 07/24
DIX                            102 F     1200 PM 07/24
2 E BUSHNELL                   99 F      0300 PM 07/24
KIMBALL                        98 F      1215 PM 07/24

...MORRILL...
6 SW ANGORA                    107 F     0315 PM 07/24
4 WNW LISCO                    106 F     0200 PM 07/24
6 ESE BROADWATER               104 F     0116 PM 07/24
NORTHPORT CANAL @ RED WILLOW F 102 F     0230 PM 07/24
6 ESE BRIDGEPORT               98 F      0100 PM 07/24
5 ESE BAYARD                   97 F      0200 PM 07/24

...SCOTTS BLUFF...
4 ESE MITCHELL                 108 F     0300 PM 07/24
1 NE MITCHELL                  102 F     0250 PM 07/24
SCOTTSBLUFF HEILIG FIELD       102 F     0153 PM 07/24
SCOTTSBLUFF                    101 F     0239 PM 07/24
2 W GERING                     101 F     0134 PM 07/24
1 ESE MELBETA                  100 F     0200 PM 07/24
TERRYTOWN                      100 F     0230 PM 07/24
7 N MINATARE                   100 F     0245 PM 07/24

...SIOUX...
11 SW MARSLAND                 112 F     0230 PM 07/24
10 E HARRISON                  111 F     0200 PM 07/24
23 NE HARRISON                 110 F     0200 PM 07/24
2 E HENRY                      105 F     0300 PM 07/24
NE HARRISON 20 SSE             102 F     0145 PM 07/24
2 ENE AGATE                    101 F     0213 PM 07/24

...WYOMING...

...CONVERSE...
2 W LOST SPRINGS               102 F     0200 PM 07/24
CONVERSE COUNTY AIRPORT        98 F      1153 AM 07/24
1 SSE BILL                     96 F      1130 AM 07/24

...GOSHEN...
1 ENE YODER                    109 F     0200 PM 07/24
10 NE TORRINGTON               103 F     0200 PM 07/24
14 ESE JAY EM                  100 F     0200 PM 07/24
TORRINGTON MUNICIPAL AIRPORT   100 F     0153 PM 07/24
11 S VAN TASSELL               99 F      0100 PM 07/24
MITCHELL GERING CANAL NR WY/NE 99 F      0230 PM 07/24
6 E GUERNSEY                   97 F      0115 PM 07/24
5 SE HAWK SPRINGS              97 F      0130 PM 07/24

...LARAMIE...
PINE BLUFFS                    99 F      0235 PM 07/24
1 E GUN BARREL                 95 F      0150 PM 07/24
4 WSW PINE BLUFFS              94 F      0200 PM 07/24
7 SSW CHUGWATER                94 F      0115 PM 07/24
5 S ALBIN                      94 F      0100 PM 07/24
8 ENE CHEYENNE                 92 F      0100 PM 07/24
5 WNW BURNS                    92 F      0200 PM 07/24
16E HORSE CREEK - WHITAKER HWY 91 F      0105 PM 07/24
FE WARREN AFB                  91 F      0155 PM 07/24
CHEYENNE                       90 F      1153 AM 07/24

...NIOBRARA...
6 WNW VAN TASSELL              98 F      0100 PM 07/24
LUSK                           97 F      0100 PM 07/24
LUSK                           95 F      1203 PM 07/24

...PLATTE...
5 NW HARTVILLE                 103 F     0101 PM 07/24
3 ENE SIBLEY PEAK              99 F      0130 PM 07/24
1 NW GUERNSEY                  99 F      0100 PM 07/24

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

$$




000
NOUS41 KAKQ 242233 AAA
PNSAKQ

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WAKEFIELD VA
635 PM EDT THU JUL 14 2014

...NORTHAMPTON COUNTY VIRGINIA DAMAGE SURVEY RESULTS...

A SURVEY OF THE DAMAGE IN THE CAPE CHARLES...CHERRYSTONE...CHERITON
AND OYSTER AREAS OF NORTHAMPTON COUNTY VA REVEALED THAT AN EF-1
TORNADO...STRAIGHT LINE WIND DAMAGE...AND A LARGE SWATH OF HAIL
OCCURRED WITH THE STORM THAT MOVED ACROSS THAT AREA THIS MORNING.
THE FOLLOWING IS A SUMMARY OF THE VARIOUS EVENTS.

EVENT 1 - EF-1 TORNADO

LOCATION...TORNADO BEGAN IN THE CHESAPEAKE BAY...A FEW MILES WEST OF
CHERRYSTONE CAMPGROUND...BASED UPON PHOTOGRAPHS. THE TORNADO THEN
TRACKED EASTWARD...AFFECTING THE NORTHERN PORTIONS OF CHERRYSTONE
CAMPGROUND. THE TORNADO THEN CONTINUED EASTWARD ACROSS OLD
CHERRYSTONE ROAD...AND U.S. ROUTE 13...BEFORE LIFTING NEAR SEASIDE
ROAD CLOSE TO THE NORTHAMPTON LANDFILL.

DATE...JULY 24 2014
ESTIMATED TIME...8:25 AM TO 8:40 AM EDT
MAXIMUM EF-SCALE RATING...EF-1
ESTIMATED MAXIMUM WIND SPEED...80 TO 100 MPH
MAXIMUM PATH WIDTH...150 YARDS
PATH LENGTH...APPROX. 8 MILES...SOME OF THAT OVER WATER
BEGINNING LAT/LON...37.2893N / 76.0710W
ENDING LAT/LON...37.2976N / 75.9315W
* FATALITIES...2
* INJURIES...36

* DAMAGE DETAILS...MANY TREES DOWN OR SNAPPED OFF. NUMEROUS CAMPING
TRAILERS DAMAGED...SEVERAL DESTROYED. SEVERAL TREES ON CABINS.

EVENT 2 - DOWNBURST STRAIGHT LINE WIND DAMAGE. WINDS ESTIMATED
BETWEEN 65 AND 75 MPH. DAMAGE PATH EXTENDED FROM SOUTHERN PORTIONS
OF CHERRYSTONE CAMPGROUND SOUTHWARD INTO CAPE CHARLES...THEN
EASTWARD THROUGH CHERITON TO OYSTER. MOST SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE FROM
CHERRYSTONE CAMPGROUND EASTWARD TO JUST EAST OF ROUTE 13 IN
CHERITON...AND SOUTHWARD TO JUST NORTH OF THE INTERSECTION OF U.S.
ROUTE 13 AND ROUTE 184 EAST OF CAPE CHARLES. NUMEROUS TREES WERE
DOWNED...SNAPPED OFF OR LARGE LIMBS BLOWN OUT. COUPLE OF TREES ON
HOMES. SEVERAL LARGE CAMPING TRAILERS OVERTURNED IN CHERRYSTONE
CAMPGROUND.

EVENT 3 - HAIL...GOLFBALL SIZE...WITH A FEW REPORTS OF BASEBALL SIZE
HAIL NEAR CHERRYSTONE CAMPGROUND...FELL IN A ONE HALF TO THREE
QUARTER MILE WIDE SWATH FROM CHERRYSTONE CAMPGROUND EASTWARD TO
OYSTER. CONSIDERABLE LEAF DEBRIS FROM TREES...AND NOTICEABLE CROP
DAMAGE ASSOCIATED WITH THE HAIL. IN ADDITION...HAIL COMBINED WITH
STRONG WINDS DAMAGE THE SIDING ON A NUMBER OF HOMES.

NOTE...THE INFORMATION IN THIS STATEMENT IS PRELIMINARY AND SUBJECT
TO CHANGE PENDING FINAL REVIEW OF THE EVENT(S) AND PUBLICATION IN
NWS STORM DATA.


$$

BILL SAMMLER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
WAKEFIELD VA









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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
426 PM MDT THU JUL 24 2014

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 100
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 63
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0
                    PEAK WIND: 32 MPH FROM THE SE AT 6:49AM

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 95
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 59
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 88
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 51
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0


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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
426 PM MDT THU JUL 24 2014

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 100
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 63
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0
                    PEAK WIND: 32 MPH FROM THE SE AT 6:49AM

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 95
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 59
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 88
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 51
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0


$$



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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
426 PM MDT THU JUL 24 2014

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 100
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 63
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0
                    PEAK WIND: 32 MPH FROM THE SE AT 6:49AM

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 95
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 59
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 88
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 51
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0


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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
426 PM MDT THU JUL 24 2014

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 100
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 63
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0
                    PEAK WIND: 32 MPH FROM THE SE AT 6:49AM

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 95
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 59
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 88
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 51
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0


$$



000
NOUS43 KBIS 242121
PNSBIS
NDZ001>005-009>013-017>023-025-031>037-040>048-050-051-250300-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BISMARCK ND
420 PM CDT THU JUL 24 2014

...SAFETY RULES FOR SEVERE SUMMER STORMS...

A (SEVERE THUNDERSTORM/TORNADO) WATCH HAS BEEN ISSUED BY THE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE. THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION AND SAFETY
RULES MAY SAVE YOUR LIFE.

A WATCH MEANS THAT WEATHER CONDITIONS ARE FAVORABLE FOR THE
DEVELOPMENT OF SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS AND POSSIBLY TORNADOES.
DURING A WATCH...YOU SHOULD GO ABOUT YOUR NORMAL BUSINESS...BUT
STAY UPDATED ON THE LATEST WEATHER DEVELOPMENTS AND BE PREPARED
TO GO TO A PLACE OF SAFETY.

A WARNING MEANS THAT SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS OR TORNADOES HAVE BEEN
REPORTED...OR HAVE BEEN DETECTED BY RADAR. PEOPLE IN THE WARNED AREA
SHOULD SEEK SHELTER IMMEDIATELY.

SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS PRODUCE DAMAGING WINDS...LARGE HAIL...HEAVY
RAINS...AND DEADLY LIGHTNING. WATCH FOR SIGNS OF AN APPROACHING
STORM. KEEP A NOAA WEATHER RADIO WITH YOU.

FLYING DEBRIS FROM DAMAGING THUNDERSTORM WINDS CAN INJURE OR
KILL. SEEK SHELTER FROM THE WIND. STAY AWAY FROM WINDOWS AND MOVE
TO THE CENTER OF THE BUILDING.

LIGHTNING IS A KILLER SO DO NOT USE ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES DURING
THUNDERSTORMS. USE THE PHONE ONLY IN AN EMERGENCY. IF CAUGHT
OUTDOORS...GET OFF OF OPEN VEHICLES SUCH AS FARM AND CONSTRUCTION
EQUIPMENT.

AVOID AREAS PRONE TO FLASH FLOODING SUCH AS DRY CREEK BEDS...SMALL
STREAMS AND DIPS IN THE ROAD.



$$









000
NOUS43 KBIS 242121
PNSBIS
NDZ001>005-009>013-017>023-025-031>037-040>048-050-051-250300-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BISMARCK ND
420 PM CDT THU JUL 24 2014

...SAFETY RULES FOR SEVERE SUMMER STORMS...

A (SEVERE THUNDERSTORM/TORNADO) WATCH HAS BEEN ISSUED BY THE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE. THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION AND SAFETY
RULES MAY SAVE YOUR LIFE.

A WATCH MEANS THAT WEATHER CONDITIONS ARE FAVORABLE FOR THE
DEVELOPMENT OF SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS AND POSSIBLY TORNADOES.
DURING A WATCH...YOU SHOULD GO ABOUT YOUR NORMAL BUSINESS...BUT
STAY UPDATED ON THE LATEST WEATHER DEVELOPMENTS AND BE PREPARED
TO GO TO A PLACE OF SAFETY.

A WARNING MEANS THAT SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS OR TORNADOES HAVE BEEN
REPORTED...OR HAVE BEEN DETECTED BY RADAR. PEOPLE IN THE WARNED AREA
SHOULD SEEK SHELTER IMMEDIATELY.

SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS PRODUCE DAMAGING WINDS...LARGE HAIL...HEAVY
RAINS...AND DEADLY LIGHTNING. WATCH FOR SIGNS OF AN APPROACHING
STORM. KEEP A NOAA WEATHER RADIO WITH YOU.

FLYING DEBRIS FROM DAMAGING THUNDERSTORM WINDS CAN INJURE OR
KILL. SEEK SHELTER FROM THE WIND. STAY AWAY FROM WINDOWS AND MOVE
TO THE CENTER OF THE BUILDING.

LIGHTNING IS A KILLER SO DO NOT USE ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES DURING
THUNDERSTORMS. USE THE PHONE ONLY IN AN EMERGENCY. IF CAUGHT
OUTDOORS...GET OFF OF OPEN VEHICLES SUCH AS FARM AND CONSTRUCTION
EQUIPMENT.

AVOID AREAS PRONE TO FLASH FLOODING SUCH AS DRY CREEK BEDS...SMALL
STREAMS AND DIPS IN THE ROAD.



$$









000
NOUS43 KBIS 242121
PNSBIS
NDZ001>005-009>013-017>023-025-031>037-040>048-050-051-250300-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BISMARCK ND
420 PM CDT THU JUL 24 2014

...SAFETY RULES FOR SEVERE SUMMER STORMS...

A (SEVERE THUNDERSTORM/TORNADO) WATCH HAS BEEN ISSUED BY THE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE. THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION AND SAFETY
RULES MAY SAVE YOUR LIFE.

A WATCH MEANS THAT WEATHER CONDITIONS ARE FAVORABLE FOR THE
DEVELOPMENT OF SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS AND POSSIBLY TORNADOES.
DURING A WATCH...YOU SHOULD GO ABOUT YOUR NORMAL BUSINESS...BUT
STAY UPDATED ON THE LATEST WEATHER DEVELOPMENTS AND BE PREPARED
TO GO TO A PLACE OF SAFETY.

A WARNING MEANS THAT SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS OR TORNADOES HAVE BEEN
REPORTED...OR HAVE BEEN DETECTED BY RADAR. PEOPLE IN THE WARNED AREA
SHOULD SEEK SHELTER IMMEDIATELY.

SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS PRODUCE DAMAGING WINDS...LARGE HAIL...HEAVY
RAINS...AND DEADLY LIGHTNING. WATCH FOR SIGNS OF AN APPROACHING
STORM. KEEP A NOAA WEATHER RADIO WITH YOU.

FLYING DEBRIS FROM DAMAGING THUNDERSTORM WINDS CAN INJURE OR
KILL. SEEK SHELTER FROM THE WIND. STAY AWAY FROM WINDOWS AND MOVE
TO THE CENTER OF THE BUILDING.

LIGHTNING IS A KILLER SO DO NOT USE ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES DURING
THUNDERSTORMS. USE THE PHONE ONLY IN AN EMERGENCY. IF CAUGHT
OUTDOORS...GET OFF OF OPEN VEHICLES SUCH AS FARM AND CONSTRUCTION
EQUIPMENT.

AVOID AREAS PRONE TO FLASH FLOODING SUCH AS DRY CREEK BEDS...SMALL
STREAMS AND DIPS IN THE ROAD.



$$









000
NOUS43 KBIS 242121
PNSBIS
NDZ001>005-009>013-017>023-025-031>037-040>048-050-051-250300-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BISMARCK ND
420 PM CDT THU JUL 24 2014

...SAFETY RULES FOR SEVERE SUMMER STORMS...

A (SEVERE THUNDERSTORM/TORNADO) WATCH HAS BEEN ISSUED BY THE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE. THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION AND SAFETY
RULES MAY SAVE YOUR LIFE.

A WATCH MEANS THAT WEATHER CONDITIONS ARE FAVORABLE FOR THE
DEVELOPMENT OF SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS AND POSSIBLY TORNADOES.
DURING A WATCH...YOU SHOULD GO ABOUT YOUR NORMAL BUSINESS...BUT
STAY UPDATED ON THE LATEST WEATHER DEVELOPMENTS AND BE PREPARED
TO GO TO A PLACE OF SAFETY.

A WARNING MEANS THAT SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS OR TORNADOES HAVE BEEN
REPORTED...OR HAVE BEEN DETECTED BY RADAR. PEOPLE IN THE WARNED AREA
SHOULD SEEK SHELTER IMMEDIATELY.

SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS PRODUCE DAMAGING WINDS...LARGE HAIL...HEAVY
RAINS...AND DEADLY LIGHTNING. WATCH FOR SIGNS OF AN APPROACHING
STORM. KEEP A NOAA WEATHER RADIO WITH YOU.

FLYING DEBRIS FROM DAMAGING THUNDERSTORM WINDS CAN INJURE OR
KILL. SEEK SHELTER FROM THE WIND. STAY AWAY FROM WINDOWS AND MOVE
TO THE CENTER OF THE BUILDING.

LIGHTNING IS A KILLER SO DO NOT USE ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES DURING
THUNDERSTORMS. USE THE PHONE ONLY IN AN EMERGENCY. IF CAUGHT
OUTDOORS...GET OFF OF OPEN VEHICLES SUCH AS FARM AND CONSTRUCTION
EQUIPMENT.

AVOID AREAS PRONE TO FLASH FLOODING SUCH AS DRY CREEK BEDS...SMALL
STREAMS AND DIPS IN THE ROAD.



$$









000
NZUS45 KPUB 241751
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COZ058>089-093>099-250600-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
1151 AM MDT THU JUL 24 2014

THE FOLLOWING IS A LIST OF SOME THUNDERSTORM SAFETY RULES THAT
CAN BE PASSED ALONG TO RESIDENTS OF...AND VISITORS TO...SOUTHERN
COLORADO.

IF YOU PLAN TO BE OUTDOORS...CHECK THE LATEST WEATHER
INFORMATION. IF THUNDERSTORMS ARE IN THE FORECAST...YOU MAY WANT
TO CURTAIL OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES.

IF YOU ARE OUTDOORS AND HEAR THUNDER...YOU SHOULD IMMEDIATELY GET
INDOORS INTO A SUBSTANTIAL BUILDING...OR GET INTO ANY HARD TOPPED
VEHICLE. LIGHTNING CAN STRIKE SEVERAL MILES AWAY FROM THE STORM...
WHERE IT IS NOT RAINING AND WHERE YOU MAY BE.

IN COLORADO...LIGHTNING CAN OCCUR WITH THUNDERSTORMS THAT PRODUCE
LITTLE...IF ANY...RAIN. DO NOT WAIT TOO LONG TO TAKE ACTION.
DEADLY LIGHTNING CAN OCCUR WITH ALL THUNDERSTORMS. WAIT
30 MINUTES UNTIL THE LAST RUMBLE OF THUNDER BEFORE RESUMING
OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES.

IF YOU ARE CAUGHT OUTDOORS DURING A LIGHTNING STORM...AND THERE
IS NO SAFE SHELTER NEARBY...THERE IS NOT MUCH YOU CAN DO TO
REDUCE YOUR RISK OF BEING STRUCK BY LIGHTNING.  THE BEST THING TO
DO IS FIND A LOW SPOT AND STAY AWAY FROM TREES.  IF YOU ARE IN
THE MOUNTAINS AND ARE ABOVE TIMBERLINE...GO TO A LOWER AREA.  IF
YOU ARE BELOW TIMBERLINE...TRY TO FIND AN OPEN AREA AWAY FROM
TREES.  IF YOU ARE IN AN AREA OF DENSE TREES...DO YOUR BEST TO
STAY AWAY FROM THE TALLEST TREES.

IF YOU ARE IN A GROUP...STAY APART.  IF SOMEONE IS STRUCK...
OTHERS WILL BE ABLE TO HELP THE VICTIM.

REMEMBER...WHEN THUNDER ROARS...GO INDOORS.

$$


000
NZUS45 KPUB 241751
PNSPUB
COZ058>089-093>099-250600-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
1151 AM MDT THU JUL 24 2014

THE FOLLOWING IS A LIST OF SOME THUNDERSTORM SAFETY RULES THAT
CAN BE PASSED ALONG TO RESIDENTS OF...AND VISITORS TO...SOUTHERN
COLORADO.

IF YOU PLAN TO BE OUTDOORS...CHECK THE LATEST WEATHER
INFORMATION. IF THUNDERSTORMS ARE IN THE FORECAST...YOU MAY WANT
TO CURTAIL OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES.

IF YOU ARE OUTDOORS AND HEAR THUNDER...YOU SHOULD IMMEDIATELY GET
INDOORS INTO A SUBSTANTIAL BUILDING...OR GET INTO ANY HARD TOPPED
VEHICLE. LIGHTNING CAN STRIKE SEVERAL MILES AWAY FROM THE STORM...
WHERE IT IS NOT RAINING AND WHERE YOU MAY BE.

IN COLORADO...LIGHTNING CAN OCCUR WITH THUNDERSTORMS THAT PRODUCE
LITTLE...IF ANY...RAIN. DO NOT WAIT TOO LONG TO TAKE ACTION.
DEADLY LIGHTNING CAN OCCUR WITH ALL THUNDERSTORMS. WAIT
30 MINUTES UNTIL THE LAST RUMBLE OF THUNDER BEFORE RESUMING
OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES.

IF YOU ARE CAUGHT OUTDOORS DURING A LIGHTNING STORM...AND THERE
IS NO SAFE SHELTER NEARBY...THERE IS NOT MUCH YOU CAN DO TO
REDUCE YOUR RISK OF BEING STRUCK BY LIGHTNING.  THE BEST THING TO
DO IS FIND A LOW SPOT AND STAY AWAY FROM TREES.  IF YOU ARE IN
THE MOUNTAINS AND ARE ABOVE TIMBERLINE...GO TO A LOWER AREA.  IF
YOU ARE BELOW TIMBERLINE...TRY TO FIND AN OPEN AREA AWAY FROM
TREES.  IF YOU ARE IN AN AREA OF DENSE TREES...DO YOUR BEST TO
STAY AWAY FROM THE TALLEST TREES.

IF YOU ARE IN A GROUP...STAY APART.  IF SOMEONE IS STRUCK...
OTHERS WILL BE ABLE TO HELP THE VICTIM.

REMEMBER...WHEN THUNDER ROARS...GO INDOORS.

$$



000
NOUS46 KPDT 241616
PNSPDT
ORZ041-044-049-050-502-503-505>511-WAZ024-026>030-520-521-250415-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PENDLETON OR
915 AM PDT THU JUL 24 2014


...RAINFALL REPORTS FOR THE PAST 24 HOURS...

LOCATION                       AMOUNT    TIME/DATE

...OREGON...

...CROOK...
OCHOCO MEADOWS (5200 FT)       0.70 IN   0800 AM 07/24
5 E PRINEVILLE (3057 FT)       0.47 IN   0830 AM 07/24
8 E PRINEVILLE (3161 FT)       0.41 IN   0700 AM 07/24
7 S PRINEVILLE (3625 FT)       0.16 IN   0900 AM 07/24
6 WNW PRINEVILLE (2840 FT)     0.12 IN   0800 AM 07/24
17 WSW MITCHELL (3975 FT)      0.04 IN   0800 AM 07/24
28 ESE PRINEVILLE (5710 FT)    0.03 IN   0806 AM 07/24
19 SE PRINEVILLE (4155 FT)     0.01 IN   0849 AM 07/24
14 S MITCHELL (4640 FT)        0.01 IN   0807 AM 07/24

...DESCHUTES...
THREE CREEKS MEADOW (5650 FT)  0.90 IN   0800 AM 07/24
IRISH TAYLOR (5500 FT)         0.70 IN   0800 AM 07/24
REDMOND AIRPORT (3043 FT)      0.18 IN   0456 AM 07/24
7 WNW SISTERS (3356 FT)        0.18 IN   0901 AM 07/24
8 SSW THREE RIVERS (4256 FT)   0.14 IN   0848 AM 07/24
3 N THREE RIVERS (4164 FT)     0.14 IN   0846 AM 07/24
4 SSE DESCHUTES RIVER WOODS    0.13 IN   0824 AM 07/24
3 WNW SISTERS (3231 FT)        0.12 IN   0803 AM 07/24
1 WSW REDMOND (3025 FT)        0.12 IN   0901 AM 07/24
SUNRIVER (4180 FT)             0.09 IN   0840 AM 07/24
14 N GILCHRIST (4358 FT)       0.09 IN   0800 AM 07/24
1 WNW SISTERS (3235 FT)        0.08 IN   0600 AM 07/24
11 W DESCHUTES RIVER WOODS     0.07 IN   0755 AM 07/24
2 E BEND (3615 FT)             0.07 IN   0901 AM 07/24
3 SE BEND (3750 FT)            0.06 IN   0848 AM 07/24
BEND (3660 FT)                 0.06 IN   0800 AM 07/24
4 NW DESCHUTES RIVER WOODS     0.06 IN   0814 AM 07/24
1 WSW BEND (3740 FT)           0.05 IN   0847 AM 07/24
5 NNE THREE RIVERS (4262 FT)   0.05 IN   0902 AM 07/24
2 NNE SISTERS (3162 FT)        0.04 IN   0854 AM 07/24
6 ENE BEND (3461 FT)           0.03 IN   0455 AM 07/24
1 NE SISTERS (3189 FT)         0.03 IN   0900 AM 07/24
17 ESE DESCHUTES RIVER WOODS   0.03 IN   0819 AM 07/24
12 WSW THREE RIVERS (5813 FT)  0.02 IN   0806 AM 07/24
2 WNW BEND (3821 FT)           0.02 IN   0851 AM 07/24
4 W REDMOND (3025 FT)          0.02 IN   0905 AM 07/24

...GILLIAM...
CONDON (2838 FT)               0.35 IN   0859 AM 07/24
5 W CONDON (3340 FT)           0.32 IN   0903 AM 07/24
CONDON (2840 FT)               0.26 IN   0630 AM 07/24
ARLINGTON (277 FT)             0.16 IN   0833 AM 07/24
16 NNW CONDON (1456 FT)        0.08 IN   0857 AM 07/24

...GRANT...
LAKE CREEK R.S. (5200 FT)      0.80 IN   0800 AM 07/24
BLUE MOUNTAIN SPRING (5900 FT) 0.60 IN   0800 AM 07/24
GOLD CENTER (5340 FT)          0.30 IN   0800 AM 07/24
STARR RIDGE (5300 FT)          0.30 IN   0800 AM 07/24

...JEFFERSON...
12 ESE MADRAS (3635 FT)        0.22 IN   0800 AM 07/24
6 SE CULVER (3168 FT)          0.20 IN   0902 AM 07/24
9 ESE MOUNT JEFFERSON          0.18 IN   0831 AM 07/24
ANTELOPE 6 SSW (3030 FT)       0.15 IN   0600 AM 07/24
21 S ANTELOPE (4188 FT)        0.15 IN   0814 AM 07/24
9 E SANTIAM PASS (3020 FT)     0.14 IN   0906 AM 07/24
HAYSTACK DAM AND RES (4080 FT) 0.08 IN   0800 AM 07/24
CULVER (2667 FT)               0.06 IN   0906 AM 07/24
1 ENE WARM SPRINGS (1563 FT)   0.05 IN   0809 AM 07/24
6 ESE WARM SPRINGS (2365 FT)   0.05 IN   0858 AM 07/24
MADRAS (2230 FT)               0.02 IN   0700 AM 07/24

...MORROW...
MADISON BUTTE (5250 FT)        0.40 IN   0800 AM 07/24
ARBUCKLE MTN (5400 FT)         0.20 IN   0800 AM 07/24
HEPPNER 5 SSE (3240 FT)        0.20 IN   0815 AM 07/24
IONE (1059 FT)                 0.10 IN   0900 AM 07/24
11 WSW HEPPNER (2599 FT)       0.10 IN   0904 AM 07/24
17 NNW MONUMENT (4260 FT)      0.09 IN   0812 AM 07/24
4 SW HEPPNER (2950 FT)         0.09 IN   0905 AM 07/24
1 WNW HEPPNER (2040 FT)        0.08 IN   0858 AM 07/24
4 NE HEPPNER (2680 FT)         0.08 IN   0904 AM 07/24
2 ESE LEXINGTON (1558 FT)      0.07 IN   0904 AM 07/24
4 WNW IRRIGON (270 FT)         0.07 IN   0829 AM 07/24
BOARDMAN (321 FT)              0.02 IN   0904 AM 07/24

...SHERMAN...
MORO (1870 FT)                 0.13 IN   0800 AM 07/24
1 SW MORO (1866 FT)            0.12 IN   0902 AM 07/24
5 ENE WASCO (1400 FT)          0.11 IN   0847 AM 07/24
1 SSW GRASS VALLEY (2398 FT)   0.07 IN   0904 AM 07/24
7 WSW GRASS VALLEY (2170 FT)   0.07 IN   0848 AM 07/24

...UMATILLA...
HIGH RIDGE (4980 FT)           0.70 IN   0800 AM 07/24
3 SW MISSION (1410 FT)         0.63 IN   0901 AM 07/24
EMIGRANT SPRINGS (3925 FT)     0.60 IN   0800 AM 07/24
COUNTY LINE (4800 FT)          0.60 IN   0800 AM 07/24
BOWMAN SPRINGS (4580 FT)       0.50 IN   0800 AM 07/24
LUCKY STRIKE (5050 FT)         0.50 IN   0800 AM 07/24
12 WNW SUMMERVILLE (4965 FT)   0.29 IN   0817 AM 07/24
4 NNW MISSION (1437 FT)        0.27 IN   0900 AM 07/24
3 W ADAMS (1601 FT)            0.26 IN   0902 AM 07/24
PENDLETON BRANCH EXPL STN      0.24 IN   0800 AM 07/24
HELIX (1755 FT)                0.21 IN   0859 AM 07/24
11 ENE ECHO (813 FT)           0.21 IN   0850 AM 07/24
2 N HELIX (1896 FT)            0.16 IN   0900 AM 07/24
2 E PENDLETON (1145 FT)        0.15 IN   0857 AM 07/24
10 E PILOT ROCK (1920 FT)      0.13 IN   0845 AM 07/24
PENDLETON (1151 FT)            0.12 IN   0904 AM 07/24
2 SE PENDLETON (1204 FT)       0.12 IN   0848 AM 07/24
UKIAH (3347 FT)                0.10 IN   0830 AM 07/24
12 ESE WALLA WALLA EAST        0.10 IN   0845 AM 07/24
1 E PENDLETON (1066 FT)        0.09 IN   0902 AM 07/24
UKIAH (3415 FT)                0.09 IN   0905 AM 07/24
PENDLETON (1145 FT)            0.08 IN   0903 AM 07/24
6 WNW PENDLETON (1200 FT)      0.08 IN   0859 AM 07/24
PENDLETON (1515 FT)            0.05 IN   0453 AM 07/24
2 WNW PENDLETON (1512 FT)      0.05 IN   0847 AM 07/24
MEACHAM NO. 2 (3711 FT)        0.03 IN   0600 AM 07/24
HERMISTON 2NW (460 FT)         0.03 IN   0734 AM 07/24
4 WNW MILTON-FREEWATER         0.02 IN   0856 AM 07/24
7 ESE WALLA WALLA EAST         0.02 IN   0855 AM 07/24
MEACHAM (3726 FT)              0.02 IN   0456 AM 07/24
1 WSW UMATILLA (390 FT)        0.02 IN   0905 AM 07/24
ATHENA (1735 FT)               0.02 IN   0901 AM 07/24
HERMISTON MUNICIPAL AIRPORT    0.01 IN   0453 AM 07/24
1 NE HERMISTON (497 FT)        0.01 IN   0900 AM 07/24
1 S PILOT ROCK (1748 FT)       0.01 IN   0900 AM 07/24

...UNION...
WOLF CREEK (5700 FT)           0.60 IN   0800 AM 07/24
MOSS SPRINGS (5850 FT)         0.40 IN   0800 AM 07/24
BEAVER RESERVOIR (5150 FT)     0.40 IN   0800 AM 07/24
14 NW ELGIN (5035 FT)          0.20 IN   0800 AM 07/24
20 N GRANITE (5180 FT)         0.08 IN   0828 AM 07/24
1 ESE ELGIN (2772 FT)          0.06 IN   0903 AM 07/24
4 N SUMMERVILLE (3079 FT)      0.05 IN   0814 AM 07/24
10 N ELGIN (2873 FT)           0.02 IN   0800 AM 07/24
1 W LA GRANDE (2795 FT)        0.02 IN   0859 AM 07/24

...WALLOWA...
ANEROID LAKE #2 (7300 FT)      0.70 IN   0800 AM 07/24
6 SE JOSEPH (7910 FT)          0.40 IN   0800 AM 07/24
MILK SHAKES (5600 FT)          0.10 IN   0800 AM 07/24
JOSEPH (4232 FT)               0.03 IN   0715 AM 07/24
6 SSE JOSEPH (8150 FT)         0.02 IN   0900 AM 07/24
17 E JOSEPH (6071 FT)          0.01 IN   0755 AM 07/24

...WASCO...
CLEAR LAKE (3500 FT)           0.70 IN   0800 AM 07/24
26 NW WARM SPRINGS (4002 FT)   0.34 IN   0733 AM 07/24
11 NNE WARM SPRINGS (4011 FT)  0.20 IN   0734 AM 07/24
9 ESE BENNETT PASS (3320 FT)   0.19 IN   0816 AM 07/24
5 W CHENOWETH (2272 FT)        0.19 IN   0814 AM 07/24
4 NNW DUFUR (1046 FT)          0.18 IN   0848 AM 07/24
16 NW WARM SPRINGS (2679 FT)   0.15 IN   0824 AM 07/24
CITY OF THE DALLES (485 FT)    0.13 IN   0857 AM 07/24
15 W DUFUR (3320 FT)           0.10 IN   0807 AM 07/24
10 E SHANIKO (3480 FT)         0.09 IN   0848 AM 07/24
7 WSW MAUPIN (1910 FT)         0.08 IN   0855 AM 07/24
8 E DUFUR (2444 FT)            0.07 IN   0855 AM 07/24
MAUPIN (1040 FT)               0.06 IN   0900 AM 07/24

...WHEELER...
DERR. (5670 FT)                0.40 IN   0800 AM 07/24
MITCHELL 2 E (3320 FT)         0.05 IN   0700 AM 07/24

...WASHINGTON...

...BENTON...
1 ESE PROSSER (872 FT)         0.14 IN   0901 AM 07/24
2 S KENNEWICK (874 FT)         0.05 IN   0902 AM 07/24
6 WNW IRRIGON (429 FT)         0.05 IN   0900 AM 07/24
KENNEWICK (153 FT)             0.03 IN   0700 AM 07/24
2 W BENTON CITY (626 FT)       0.03 IN   0855 AM 07/24
RICHLAND (373 FT)              0.01 IN   1200 AM 07/24
KENNEWICK (390 FT)             0.01 IN   0700 AM 07/24
4 W KENNEWICK (501 FT)         0.01 IN   0852 AM 07/24
5 S RICHLAND (390 FT)          0.01 IN   0849 AM 07/24

...COLUMBIA...
TOUCHET (5530 FT)              0.50 IN   0800 AM 07/24
DAYTON (1627 FT)               0.21 IN   0857 AM 07/24

...FRANKLIN...
4 NW CONNELL (1100 FT)         0.13 IN   0850 AM 07/24
12 NE BURBANK (979 FT)         0.11 IN   0849 AM 07/24
4 SW HATTON (1131 FT)          0.09 IN   0853 AM 07/24
7 WSW MESA (948 FT)            0.04 IN   0848 AM 07/24
10 N PASCO (649 FT)            0.03 IN   0854 AM 07/24
TRI-CITIES AIRPORT             0.01 IN   0453 AM 07/24

...KITTITAS...
FISH LAKE (3371 FT)            0.90 IN   0800 AM 07/24
TROUGH (5300 FT)               0.80 IN   0800 AM 07/24
SASSE RIDGE (4200 FT)          0.70 IN   0800 AM 07/24
GROUSE CAMP (5380 FT)          0.50 IN   0800 AM 07/24
EASTON (2170 FT)               0.48 IN   0650 AM 07/24
3 SW KITTITAS (1496 FT)        0.37 IN   0859 AM 07/24
2 SSW ROSLYN (2117 FT)         0.36 IN   0858 AM 07/24
12 ENE CLE ELUM (3480 FT)      0.29 IN   0807 AM 07/24
6 S ROSLYN (2828 FT)           0.28 IN   0905 AM 07/24
CLE ELUM (1920 FT)             0.25 IN   0800 AM 07/24
10 ESE CLE ELUM (2444 FT)      0.24 IN   0847 AM 07/24
2 S SOUTH CLE ELUM (4020 FT)   0.23 IN   0811 AM 07/24
3 NE ELLENSBURG (1788 FT)      0.22 IN   0857 AM 07/24
BOWERS FIELD AIRPORT           0.18 IN   0453 AM 07/24
16 SSW SOUTH CLE ELUM          0.18 IN   0825 AM 07/24
2 W ELLENSBURG (1640 FT)       0.13 IN   0854 AM 07/24
3 ENE ROSLYN (2850 FT)         0.13 IN   0140 AM 07/24
10 SW SOUTH CLE ELUM (6250 FT) 0.06 IN   0845 AM 07/24
9 E SNOQUALMIE PASS (3280 FT)  0.05 IN   0845 AM 07/24
4 NE CLE ELUM (2143 FT)        0.02 IN   0730 AM 07/24

...KLICKITAT...
INDIAN ROCK (5360 FT)          1.50 IN   0800 AM 07/24
11 ENE INDIAN HEAVEN WILDERNES 0.60 IN   0830 AM 07/24
THE DALLES MUNICIPAL AIRPORT   0.48 IN   0453 AM 07/24
12 ENE INDIAN HEAVEN WILDERNES 0.34 IN   0854 AM 07/24
7 NNE CHENOWETH (1499 FT)      0.25 IN   0854 AM 07/24
13 NE GOLDENDALE (3960 FT)     0.20 IN   0800 AM 07/24
22 NE WHITE SALMON (1883 FT)   0.17 IN   0857 AM 07/24
17 WNW GOLDENDALE (3800 FT)    0.12 IN   0809 AM 07/24
GOLDENDALE (1640 FT)           0.10 IN   0844 AM 07/24
11 NE GOLDENDALE (2610 FT)     0.10 IN   0800 AM 07/24
9 ENE GOLDENDALE (1690 FT)     0.09 IN   0809 AM 07/24
13 ENE RUFUS (1276 FT)         0.07 IN   0852 AM 07/24
1 S GOLDENDALE (1725 FT)       0.05 IN   0902 AM 07/24
18 SW SATUS (3002 FT)          0.04 IN   0850 AM 07/24
1 ENE GOLDENDALE (1683 FT)     0.04 IN   0843 AM 07/24

...WALLA WALLA...
10 SSE KAHLOTUS (1132 FT)      0.26 IN   0900 AM 07/24
1 ESE PRESCOTT (1069 FT)       0.19 IN   0902 AM 07/24
3 SSW COLLEGE PLACE (758 FT)   0.10 IN   0700 AM 07/24
1 W COLLEGE PLACE (746 FT)     0.10 IN   0853 AM 07/24
COLLEGE PLACE (790 FT)         0.10 IN   0857 AM 07/24
10 W STARBUCK (1591 FT)        0.10 IN   0846 AM 07/24
11 N HELIX (518 FT)            0.09 IN   0847 AM 07/24
4 W COLLEGE PLACE (616 FT)     0.08 IN   0904 AM 07/24
7 W COLLEGE PLACE (2444 FT)    0.07 IN   0833 AM 07/24
1 NE WALLA WALLA (991 FT)      0.05 IN   0700 AM 07/24
3 E WALLA WALLA EAST (1394 FT) 0.05 IN   0904 AM 07/24
WALLA WALLA REGIONAL AIRPORT   0.03 IN   0453 AM 07/24

...YAKIMA...
MORSE LAKE (5400 FT)           1.30 IN   0800 AM 07/24
BUMPING RIDGE (4600 FT)        1.10 IN   0800 AM 07/24
PIGTAIL PEAK (5900 FT)         1.00 IN   0800 AM 07/24
GREEN LAKE (6000 FT)           0.40 IN   0800 AM 07/24
WHITE PASS E.S. (4500 FT)      0.30 IN   0800 AM 07/24
LOST HORSE (5000 FT)           0.20 IN   0800 AM 07/24
6 WSW WEST VALLEY (1531 FT)    0.19 IN   0700 AM 07/24
22 WSW WHITE SWAN (5052 FT)    0.19 IN   0829 AM 07/24
1 SW NACHES (1985 FT)          0.13 IN   0859 AM 07/24
SUNNYSIDE NO. 2 (805 FT)       0.10 IN   0700 AM 07/24
2 WSW FRUITVALE (1349 FT)      0.08 IN   0700 AM 07/24
6 WSW WEST VALLEY (1530 FT)    0.05 IN   0905 AM 07/24
WEST VALLEY (1191 FT)          0.05 IN   0926 PM 07/23
1 WSW YAKIMA (1099 FT)         0.05 IN   0855 AM 07/24
TERRACE HEIGHTS (1302 FT)      0.05 IN   0848 AM 07/24
GRANDVIEW (725 FT)             0.04 IN   0923 PM 07/23
22 NE GOLDENDALE (2106 FT)     0.04 IN   0856 AM 07/24
6 NE TERRACE HEIGHTS (2011 FT) 0.04 IN   0807 AM 07/24
15 WNW WHITE SWAN (4300 FT)    0.04 IN   0809 AM 07/24
SELAH 2 NE (1120 FT)           0.03 IN   0800 AM 07/24
YAKIMA (329 FT)                0.03 IN   0700 AM 07/24
2 NE GRANGER (806 FT)          0.03 IN   0800 AM 07/24
YAKIMA AIRPORT (1064 FT)       0.02 IN   0453 AM 07/24
10 SW WHITE SWAN (2820 FT)     0.02 IN   0829 AM 07/24
TOPPENISH (764 FT)             0.01 IN   0852 AM 07/24
2 ESE MABTON (725 FT)          0.01 IN   0849 AM 07/24

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

$$

NWS PENDLETON OR



000
NOUS43 KFSD 241609
PNSFSD
IAZ001>003-012>014-020>022-031-032-MNZ071-072-080-081-089-
090-097-098-NEZ013-014-SDZ038>040-050-052>071-251605-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SIOUX FALLS SD
1105 AM CDT THU JUL 24 2014



...SIOUX FALLS CLIMATE DATA UP TO 11 AM CDT...

 HIGH TEMPERATURE SO FAR TODAY.... 70
 LOW  TEMPERATURE SO FAR TODAY.... 63
 PRECIPITATION SINCE MIDNIGHT..... 0.04


...HURON CLIMATE DATA UP TO 11 AM CDT...

 HIGH TEMPERATURE SO FAR TODAY.... 71
 LOW  TEMPERATURE SO FAR TODAY.... 62
 PRECIPITATION SINCE MIDNIGHT..... 0.01


...SIOUX CITY CLIMATE DATA UP TO 11 AM CDT...

 HIGH TEMPERATURE SO FAR TODAY.... 67
 LOW  TEMPERATURE SO FAR TODAY.... 62
 PRECIPITATION SINCE MIDNIGHT..... 0.09
 MISSOURI RIVER STAGE............. 13.16

 $$






000
NOUS43 KFSD 241609
PNSFSD
IAZ001>003-012>014-020>022-031-032-MNZ071-072-080-081-089-
090-097-098-NEZ013-014-SDZ038>040-050-052>071-251605-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SIOUX FALLS SD
1105 AM CDT THU JUL 24 2014



...SIOUX FALLS CLIMATE DATA UP TO 11 AM CDT...

 HIGH TEMPERATURE SO FAR TODAY.... 70
 LOW  TEMPERATURE SO FAR TODAY.... 63
 PRECIPITATION SINCE MIDNIGHT..... 0.04


...HURON CLIMATE DATA UP TO 11 AM CDT...

 HIGH TEMPERATURE SO FAR TODAY.... 71
 LOW  TEMPERATURE SO FAR TODAY.... 62
 PRECIPITATION SINCE MIDNIGHT..... 0.01


...SIOUX CITY CLIMATE DATA UP TO 11 AM CDT...

 HIGH TEMPERATURE SO FAR TODAY.... 67
 LOW  TEMPERATURE SO FAR TODAY.... 62
 PRECIPITATION SINCE MIDNIGHT..... 0.09
 MISSOURI RIVER STAGE............. 13.16

 $$






000
NOUS43 KFSD 241609
PNSFSD
IAZ001>003-012>014-020>022-031-032-MNZ071-072-080-081-089-
090-097-098-NEZ013-014-SDZ038>040-050-052>071-251605-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SIOUX FALLS SD
1105 AM CDT THU JUL 24 2014



...SIOUX FALLS CLIMATE DATA UP TO 11 AM CDT...

 HIGH TEMPERATURE SO FAR TODAY.... 70
 LOW  TEMPERATURE SO FAR TODAY.... 63
 PRECIPITATION SINCE MIDNIGHT..... 0.04


...HURON CLIMATE DATA UP TO 11 AM CDT...

 HIGH TEMPERATURE SO FAR TODAY.... 71
 LOW  TEMPERATURE SO FAR TODAY.... 62
 PRECIPITATION SINCE MIDNIGHT..... 0.01


...SIOUX CITY CLIMATE DATA UP TO 11 AM CDT...

 HIGH TEMPERATURE SO FAR TODAY.... 67
 LOW  TEMPERATURE SO FAR TODAY.... 62
 PRECIPITATION SINCE MIDNIGHT..... 0.09
 MISSOURI RIVER STAGE............. 13.16

 $$






000
NOUS43 KFSD 241609
PNSFSD
IAZ001>003-012>014-020>022-031-032-MNZ071-072-080-081-089-
090-097-098-NEZ013-014-SDZ038>040-050-052>071-251605-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SIOUX FALLS SD
1105 AM CDT THU JUL 24 2014



...SIOUX FALLS CLIMATE DATA UP TO 11 AM CDT...

 HIGH TEMPERATURE SO FAR TODAY.... 70
 LOW  TEMPERATURE SO FAR TODAY.... 63
 PRECIPITATION SINCE MIDNIGHT..... 0.04


...HURON CLIMATE DATA UP TO 11 AM CDT...

 HIGH TEMPERATURE SO FAR TODAY.... 71
 LOW  TEMPERATURE SO FAR TODAY.... 62
 PRECIPITATION SINCE MIDNIGHT..... 0.01


...SIOUX CITY CLIMATE DATA UP TO 11 AM CDT...

 HIGH TEMPERATURE SO FAR TODAY.... 67
 LOW  TEMPERATURE SO FAR TODAY.... 62
 PRECIPITATION SINCE MIDNIGHT..... 0.09
 MISSOURI RIVER STAGE............. 13.16

 $$






000
NOUS45 KGGW 241543
PNSGGW
MTZ016>027-059>062-250259-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GLASGOW MT
940 AM MDT THU JUL 24 2014


...LATEST RAINFALL REPORTS...

LOCATION                       AMOUNT    TIME/DATE
OPHEIM                         1.65 IN
GLENTANA                       1.25 IN
12 SSE OPHEIM                  1.09 IN
7 NE THOENY                    0.78 IN   0830 AM 07/24
16 N BROCKTON                  0.76 IN
SCOBEY                         0.70 IN
4 W BREDETTE                   0.59 IN   0833 AM 07/24
OUTLOOK                        0.50 IN
10 W MEDICINE LAKE             0.50 IN
MALTA                          0.40 IN
21 N POPLAR                    0.38 IN
20 N SACO                      0.30 IN
5 WSW FORT KIPP                0.24 IN   0842 AM 07/24
MALTA WEATHER STN              0.23 IN   0800 AM 07/24
1 ESE MEDICINE LAKE            0.23 IN   0758 AM 07/24
FROID                          0.22 IN   0830 AM 07/24
BAINVILLE                      0.16 IN
POPLAR RAWS                    0.09 IN   0818 AM 07/24
BUFFALO RAPIDS-GLENDIVE AGRIME 0.07 IN   0700 AM 07/24
1 WSW THOENY                   0.07 IN   0844 AM 07/24
GLASGOW WEATHER STATION        0.06 IN   0800 AM 07/24
4 W WELDON                     0.04 IN   0832 AM 07/24
2 ESE CULBERTSON               0.03 IN   0800 AM 07/24
1 E GLASGOW                    0.03 IN   0845 AM 07/24
6 ENE SACO                     0.02 IN   0800 AM 07/24
MANNING CORRAL DOGTOWN         0.01 IN   0841 AM 07/24

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

$$

NWS GLASGOW MT







000
NOUS43 KDVN 241536
PNSDVN
IAZ040>042-051>054-063>068-076>078-087>089-098-099-ILZ001-002-007-
009-015>018-024>026-034-035-MOZ009-010-261700-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE QUAD CITIES IA IL
1036 AM CDT THU JUL 24 2014

...EARLIEST AND LATEST OCCURRENCE OF THE FIRST 90 DEGREE DAY...

THE YEAR 2014 HAS EXPERIENCED VERY FEW 90 DEGREE TEMPERATURES ACROSS
THE AREA. A REVIEW OF THE CLIMATE DATA FOR THE AREA YIELDS THE
FOLLOWING PRELIMINARY INFORMATION ON THE EARLIEST AND LATEST 90
DEGREE DAYS.

IT IS INTERESTING TO NOTE THAT ALL LOCATIONS EXPERIENCED THEIR
EARLIEST 90 DEGREE DAY ON THE SAME DAY...APRIL 10 1930.


..MOLINE ILLINOIS..

EARLIEST 90 DEGREE DAY.......04/10/1930 WITH A HIGH OF 91.
LATEST 90 DEGREE DAY.........09/08/1884 WITH A HIGH OF 90.

DATE OF THE LATEST 90 DEGREE DAY IN THE FALL....10/13/1975 WITH A
HIGH OF 90.

YEARS WITH NO 90 DEGREE DAYS.....1882

ON 07/22/2014...MOLINE SAW ITS FIRST 90 DEGREE DAY...THE SECOND
LATEST.


..DUBUQUE IOWA..

EARLIEST 90 DEGREE DAY.......04/10/1930 WITH A HIGH OF 92.
LATEST 90 DEGREE DAY.........08/31/2000 WITH A HIGH OF 93.

DATE OF THE LATEST 90 DEGREE DAY IN THE FALL....10/03/1997 WITH A
HIGH OF 90.

YEARS WITH NO 90 DEGREE DAYS.....1915
                                 1979
                                 1992
                                 1993
                                 2004
                                 2008

THROUGH 07/23/2014 DUBUQUE HAS YET TO SEE 90 DEGREES.


..CEDAR RAPIDS IOWA..

DATA USED WAS FROM CEDAR RAPIDS 1 DUE TO A LONGER PERIOD OF
RECORD.

EARLIEST 90 DEGREE DAY.......04/10/1930 WITH A HIGH OF 93.
LATEST 90 DEGREE DAY.........08/05/1979 WITH A HIGH OF 92.

DATE OF THE LATEST 90 DEGREE DAY IN THE FALL....10/06/1963 WITH A
HIGH OF 90.

YEARS WITH NO 90 DEGREE DAYS.....NONE.

THROUGH 07/23/2014 CEDAR RAPIDS 1 HAS YET TO SEE 90 DEGREES.
THROUGH 07/23/2014 CEDAR RAPIDS AIRPORT HAS YET TO SEE 90 DEGREES.


..IOWA CITY IOWA..

DATA USED WAS FROM THE WASTE WATER TREATMENT PLANT DUE TO A LONGER
PERIOD OF RECORD.

EARLIEST 90 DEGREE DAY.......04/10/1930 WITH A HIGH OF 93.
LATEST 90 DEGREE DAY.........08/29/1951 WITH A HIGH OF 90.

DATE OF THE LATEST 90 DEGREE DAY IN THE FALL....10/18/1950 WITH A
HIGH OF 94.

YEARS WITH NO 90 DEGREE DAYS.....NONE.

ON 06/01/2014...THE TREATMENT PLANT SAW ITS FIRST 90 DEGREE DAY.


..BURLINGTON IOWA..

EARLIEST 90 DEGREE DAY.......04/10/1930 WITH A HIGH OF 93.
LATEST 90 DEGREE DAY.........07/04/1907* WITH A HIGH OF 90.

DATE OF THE LATEST 90 DEGREE DAY IN THE FALL....10/16/1910 WITH A
HIGH OF 91.

YEARS WITH NO 90 DEGREE DAYS.....NONE.

*THROUGH 07/23/2014...BURLINGTON HAS YET TO SEE 90 DEGREES FOR THE
YEAR.

$$



000
NOUS43 KDVN 241536
PNSDVN
IAZ040>042-051>054-063>068-076>078-087>089-098-099-ILZ001-002-007-
009-015>018-024>026-034-035-MOZ009-010-261700-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE QUAD CITIES IA IL
1036 AM CDT THU JUL 24 2014

...EARLIEST AND LATEST OCCURRENCE OF THE FIRST 90 DEGREE DAY...

THE YEAR 2014 HAS EXPERIENCED VERY FEW 90 DEGREE TEMPERATURES ACROSS
THE AREA. A REVIEW OF THE CLIMATE DATA FOR THE AREA YIELDS THE
FOLLOWING PRELIMINARY INFORMATION ON THE EARLIEST AND LATEST 90
DEGREE DAYS.

IT IS INTERESTING TO NOTE THAT ALL LOCATIONS EXPERIENCED THEIR
EARLIEST 90 DEGREE DAY ON THE SAME DAY...APRIL 10 1930.


..MOLINE ILLINOIS..

EARLIEST 90 DEGREE DAY.......04/10/1930 WITH A HIGH OF 91.
LATEST 90 DEGREE DAY.........09/08/1884 WITH A HIGH OF 90.

DATE OF THE LATEST 90 DEGREE DAY IN THE FALL....10/13/1975 WITH A
HIGH OF 90.

YEARS WITH NO 90 DEGREE DAYS.....1882

ON 07/22/2014...MOLINE SAW ITS FIRST 90 DEGREE DAY...THE SECOND
LATEST.


..DUBUQUE IOWA..

EARLIEST 90 DEGREE DAY.......04/10/1930 WITH A HIGH OF 92.
LATEST 90 DEGREE DAY.........08/31/2000 WITH A HIGH OF 93.

DATE OF THE LATEST 90 DEGREE DAY IN THE FALL....10/03/1997 WITH A
HIGH OF 90.

YEARS WITH NO 90 DEGREE DAYS.....1915
                                 1979
                                 1992
                                 1993
                                 2004
                                 2008

THROUGH 07/23/2014 DUBUQUE HAS YET TO SEE 90 DEGREES.


..CEDAR RAPIDS IOWA..

DATA USED WAS FROM CEDAR RAPIDS 1 DUE TO A LONGER PERIOD OF
RECORD.

EARLIEST 90 DEGREE DAY.......04/10/1930 WITH A HIGH OF 93.
LATEST 90 DEGREE DAY.........08/05/1979 WITH A HIGH OF 92.

DATE OF THE LATEST 90 DEGREE DAY IN THE FALL....10/06/1963 WITH A
HIGH OF 90.

YEARS WITH NO 90 DEGREE DAYS.....NONE.

THROUGH 07/23/2014 CEDAR RAPIDS 1 HAS YET TO SEE 90 DEGREES.
THROUGH 07/23/2014 CEDAR RAPIDS AIRPORT HAS YET TO SEE 90 DEGREES.


..IOWA CITY IOWA..

DATA USED WAS FROM THE WASTE WATER TREATMENT PLANT DUE TO A LONGER
PERIOD OF RECORD.

EARLIEST 90 DEGREE DAY.......04/10/1930 WITH A HIGH OF 93.
LATEST 90 DEGREE DAY.........08/29/1951 WITH A HIGH OF 90.

DATE OF THE LATEST 90 DEGREE DAY IN THE FALL....10/18/1950 WITH A
HIGH OF 94.

YEARS WITH NO 90 DEGREE DAYS.....NONE.

ON 06/01/2014...THE TREATMENT PLANT SAW ITS FIRST 90 DEGREE DAY.


..BURLINGTON IOWA..

EARLIEST 90 DEGREE DAY.......04/10/1930 WITH A HIGH OF 93.
LATEST 90 DEGREE DAY.........07/04/1907* WITH A HIGH OF 90.

DATE OF THE LATEST 90 DEGREE DAY IN THE FALL....10/16/1910 WITH A
HIGH OF 91.

YEARS WITH NO 90 DEGREE DAYS.....NONE.

*THROUGH 07/23/2014...BURLINGTON HAS YET TO SEE 90 DEGREES FOR THE
YEAR.

$$




000
NOUS41 KALY 241511
PNSALY
CTZ001-013-NYZ058>061-063>066-221800-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBANY NY
1110 AM EDT THU JUL 24 2014

...WXL-37 IN HIGHLAND NY WILL BE OFF THE AIR FOR 30 DAYS DUE TO
EQUIPMENT PROBLEM...

NOAA WEATHER RADIO WXL-37 IN HIGHLAND NY...OPERATING AT A FREQUENCY
OF 162.475 WILL BE OFF THE AIR FOR APPROXIMATELY 30 DAYS DUE TO AN
EQUIPMENT PROBLEM. NEW PARTS ARE ON ORDER AND WE ARE AWAITING AN
ANTENNA CREW TO PERFORM THE MAINTENANCE. WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY
INCONVENIENCES THAT THIS MAY CAUSE.
$$

VTK











000
NOUS41 KALY 241511
PNSALY
CTZ001-013-NYZ058>061-063>066-221800-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBANY NY
1110 AM EDT THU JUL 24 2014

...WXL-37 IN HIGHLAND NY WILL BE OFF THE AIR FOR 30 DAYS DUE TO
EQUIPMENT PROBLEM...

NOAA WEATHER RADIO WXL-37 IN HIGHLAND NY...OPERATING AT A FREQUENCY
OF 162.475 WILL BE OFF THE AIR FOR APPROXIMATELY 30 DAYS DUE TO AN
EQUIPMENT PROBLEM. NEW PARTS ARE ON ORDER AND WE ARE AWAITING AN
ANTENNA CREW TO PERFORM THE MAINTENANCE. WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY
INCONVENIENCES THAT THIS MAY CAUSE.
$$

VTK










000
NOUS44 KMRX 241459
PNSMRX
NCZ060-061-TNZ012>018-035>047-067>074-081>087-098>102-VAZ001-
002-005-006-008-250258-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MORRISTOWN TN
1058 AM EDT THU JUL 24 2014


...LATEST RAINFALL REPORTS...

LOCATION                       AMOUNT    TIME/DATE

...NORTH CAROLINA...

...CHEROKEE...
TUSQUITEE                      1.75 IN   1005 AM 07/24
HIWASSEE DAM                   0.79 IN   1030 AM 07/24
1 W MURPHY                     0.71 IN   1049 AM 07/24
MARBLE                         0.49 IN   1015 AM 07/24
MURPHY                         0.37 IN   1000 AM 07/24
3 ESE UNAKA                    0.25 IN   0815 AM 07/24
2 NE MURPHY                    0.22 IN   0700 AM 07/24
ANDREWS AIRPORT                0.19 IN   0755 AM 07/24
2 NNE HOT HOUSE                0.06 IN   1048 AM 07/24

...CLAY...
2 W RAINBOW SPRINGS            0.40 IN   1043 AM 07/24
CHATUGE DAM                    0.37 IN   1015 AM 07/24
1 SSE BRASSTOWN                0.37 IN   1048 AM 07/24

...TENNESSEE...

...ANDERSON...
OAK RIDGE                      2.01 IN   0753 AM 07/24
1 SW NORRIS                    0.24 IN   0600 AM 07/24
NORRIS DAM                     0.16 IN   0945 AM 07/24

...BLEDSOE...
8 SW PIKEVILLE                 0.01 IN   0922 AM 07/24
BLEDSOE ST FOREST              0.01 IN   1005 AM 07/24
3 SE PIKEVILLE                 0.01 IN   1010 AM 07/24

...BLOUNT...
2 SSE WALLAND                  0.73 IN   1049 AM 07/24
TOWNSEND 5S (CADES COVE)       0.10 IN   0700 AM 07/24
1 ENE CADES COVE               0.01 IN   1000 AM 07/24
2 ESE FRIENDSVILLE             0.01 IN   0600 AM 07/24
MCGEE TYSON AIRPORT            0.01 IN   0753 AM 07/24

...CAMPBELL...
3 SW JELLICO                   0.98 IN   1030 AM 07/24

...CARTER...
7 W ROAN  MOUNTAIN             0.08 IN   0810 AM 07/24
5 ENE LIMESTONE COVE           0.07 IN   0700 AM 07/24
3SW ROAN MOUNTAIN              0.05 IN   0800 AM 07/24
2 SW HAMPTON                   0.04 IN   1030 AM 07/24
4 WSW ROAN MOUNTAIN            0.03 IN   1046 AM 07/24
MILLIGAN COLLEGE               0.01 IN   1000 AM 07/24

...CLAIBORNE...
SEWAGE PLANT                   0.11 IN   0700 AM 07/24
POWELL RIVER                   0.09 IN   1015 AM 07/24
SPEEDWELL                      0.02 IN   1030 AM 07/24

...COCKE...
COSBY                          0.82 IN   1030 AM 07/24
1 NW NEWPORT                   0.35 IN   1200 AM 07/24
3 SSW CANEY BRANCH             0.16 IN   1030 AM 07/24
4 SE DEL RIO                   0.12 IN   1030 AM 07/24

...GRAINGER...
WASHBURN                       0.68 IN   1030 AM 07/24
1 SSE WASHBURN                 0.67 IN   0600 AM 07/24
CHEROKEE DAM                   0.02 IN   1015 AM 07/24

...GREENE...
3 S GREENEVILLE                1.89 IN   0700 AM 07/24
10 S GREENEVILLE               1.88 IN   0700 AM 07/24
GREENEVILLE                    0.91 IN   0800 AM 07/24
4 SSW MOHAWK                   0.21 IN   0700 AM 07/24
NOLICHUCKY                     0.17 IN   0959 AM 07/24
4 S CHUCKY                     0.15 IN   1043 AM 07/24
CHUCKEY                        0.02 IN   1030 AM 07/24

...HAMBLEN...
HAMBLEN COUNTY                 0.89 IN   1005 AM 07/24
EAST MORRISTOWN RAIN           0.60 IN   1000 AM 07/24
MORRISTOWN (COOP) ((1360 FT)   0.08 IN   0700 AM 07/24
MORRISTOWN NWS                 0.02 IN   0800 AM 07/24

...HAMILTON...
3 ESE LONE OAK                 0.58 IN   1046 AM 07/24

...HANCOCK...
FITTS GAP TN (1515 FT)         0.76 IN   1030 AM 07/24

...HAWKINS...
CHURCH HILL                    0.45 IN   0945 AM 07/24
2 SW SURGOINSVILLE             0.30 IN   0700 AM 07/24
1 NE ROGERSVILLE               0.21 IN   0900 AM 07/24
JOHN SEVIER SP                 0.10 IN   1045 AM 07/24

...JEFFERSON...
2 NE WHITE PINE                1.35 IN   0800 AM 07/24
OAK GROVE                      0.56 IN   1030 AM 07/24
1 ESE JEFFERSON CITY           0.54 IN   0700 AM 07/24

...JOHNSON...
LAUREL BLOOMERY                0.01 IN   1030 AM 07/24

...KNOX...
2 ENE POWELL                   0.60 IN   0700 AM 07/24
HALLS                          0.60 IN   1025 AM 07/24
BEAVER CREEK AT SOLWAY         0.53 IN   1010 AM 07/24
BULLRUN CREEK NEAR HALLS CROSS 0.53 IN   1040 AM 07/24
FARRAGUT                       0.03 IN   1048 AM 07/24
3 SE LAKE FOREST               0.02 IN   1030 AM 07/24
1 SW POWELL                    0.01 IN   1030 AM 07/24
2 NE FARRAGUT                  0.01 IN   0700 AM 07/24
KNOXVILLE WTR PL (850 FT)      0.01 IN   1030 AM 07/24

...LOUDON...
WATER PLANT                    0.43 IN   0800 AM 07/24
FORT LOUDOUN DAM               0.20 IN   1015 AM 07/24
MELTON HILL DAM                0.08 IN   1030 AM 07/24

...MARION...
WHITWELL                       0.32 IN   0900 AM 07/24
WHITWELL                       0.16 IN   1030 AM 07/24
MONTEAGLE                      0.01 IN   0900 AM 07/24

...MCMINN...
ETOWAH                         0.01 IN   1000 AM 07/24

...MEIGS...
DECATUR 4NW                    0.24 IN   0700 AM 07/24
MEIGS EOC                      0.08 IN   1006 AM 07/24
3 WNW TEN MILE                 0.03 IN   1047 AM 07/24
DECATUR                        0.01 IN   1000 AM 07/24

...MONROE...
TELLICO (COKER CREEK 1920 FT)  0.38 IN   0959 AM 07/24
VONORE                         0.27 IN   0700 AM 07/24
TELLICO PLAINS                 0.16 IN   1000 AM 07/24

...MORGAN...
3 SW DEERLODGE                 0.51 IN   0800 AM 07/24
PETROS                         0.11 IN   1030 AM 07/24
WARTBURG                       0.08 IN   1015 AM 07/24

...POLK...
APALACHIA DAM PWR HSE HIWASSEE 0.96 IN   1000 AM 07/24
3 SW RELIANCE (OCOEE) (1321 FT 0.08 IN   1005 AM 07/24
2 E BENTON                     0.02 IN   0800 AM 07/24

...RHEA...
8 NE SPRING CITY               0.21 IN   1000 AM 07/24
WATTS BAR DAM                  0.04 IN   1015 AM 07/24
SPRING CITY                    0.03 IN   0730 AM 07/24

...ROANE...
KINGSTON FOSSIL PLANT          0.60 IN   1045 AM 07/24

...SCOTT...
ONEIDA                         0.38 IN   1030 AM 07/24
BIG SOUTH FORK                 0.10 IN   0959 AM 07/24
4 NNW ELGIN                    0.02 IN   1030 AM 07/24

...SEQUATCHIE...
5 E DUNLAP                     0.14 IN   0800 AM 07/24
1 SSE DUNLAP                   0.07 IN   0710 AM 07/24

...SEVIER...
GATLINBURG                     1.15 IN   1030 AM 07/24
DOUGLAS DAM                    1.09 IN   1015 AM 07/24
5 SE GATLINBURG                0.55 IN   0700 AM 07/24
2 SW GATLINBURG                0.32 IN   0700 AM 07/24
LITTLE PIGEON RIVER AT SEVIERV 0.23 IN   1030 AM 07/24
1 S BIRD CROSSING              0.01 IN   1235 AM 07/24

...SULLIVAN...
SOUTH HOLSTON DAM              0.01 IN   1030 AM 07/24

...UNICOI...
3 S ROCKY FORK                 0.13 IN   1030 AM 07/24

...UNION...
CHUCK SWAN SF (1657 FT)        0.06 IN   1005 AM 07/24
LUTTRELL                       0.03 IN   1030 AM 07/24

...WASHINGTON...
2 E GRAY                       0.01 IN   0700 AM 07/24
1 S GRAY                       0.01 IN   0700 AM 07/24

...VIRGINIA...

...LEE...
GAP                            0.01 IN   1045 AM 07/24

...RUSSELL...
LEBANON                        0.15 IN   1030 AM 07/24

...SCOTT...
DUFFIELD                       0.38 IN   1015 AM 07/24
HILTON                         0.29 IN   1045 AM 07/24

...WASHINGTON...
ABINGDON 3S                    0.05 IN   0900 AM 07/24
5 NNE BLOUNTVILLE              0.02 IN   0700 AM 07/24
1 S ABINGDON                   0.01 IN   1039 AM 07/24
1 WSW GLADE SPRING             0.01 IN   1044 AM 07/24

...WISE...
NORTH FORK                     1.57 IN   0630 AM 07/24
POUND RIVER BLO BOLD CAMP CREE 0.86 IN   1045 AM 07/24
N FK POUND LAKE-TAILWATER      0.78 IN   1030 AM 07/24
POUND                          0.61 IN   1045 AM 07/24
WISE 1SE                       0.26 IN   1011 AM 07/24
COEBURN                        0.24 IN   1030 AM 07/24
3 WSW NORTON                   0.12 IN   1015 AM 07/24
1 S APPALACHIA                 0.04 IN   1030 AM 07/24

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

$$

NWS MORRISTOWN TN



000
NOUS44 KMRX 241459
PNSMRX
NCZ060-061-TNZ012>018-035>047-067>074-081>087-098>102-VAZ001-
002-005-006-008-250258-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MORRISTOWN TN
1058 AM EDT THU JUL 24 2014


...LATEST RAINFALL REPORTS...

LOCATION                       AMOUNT    TIME/DATE

...NORTH CAROLINA...

...CHEROKEE...
TUSQUITEE                      1.75 IN   1005 AM 07/24
HIWASSEE DAM                   0.79 IN   1030 AM 07/24
1 W MURPHY                     0.71 IN   1049 AM 07/24
MARBLE                         0.49 IN   1015 AM 07/24
MURPHY                         0.37 IN   1000 AM 07/24
3 ESE UNAKA                    0.25 IN   0815 AM 07/24
2 NE MURPHY                    0.22 IN   0700 AM 07/24
ANDREWS AIRPORT                0.19 IN   0755 AM 07/24
2 NNE HOT HOUSE                0.06 IN   1048 AM 07/24

...CLAY...
2 W RAINBOW SPRINGS            0.40 IN   1043 AM 07/24
CHATUGE DAM                    0.37 IN   1015 AM 07/24
1 SSE BRASSTOWN                0.37 IN   1048 AM 07/24

...TENNESSEE...

...ANDERSON...
OAK RIDGE                      2.01 IN   0753 AM 07/24
1 SW NORRIS                    0.24 IN   0600 AM 07/24
NORRIS DAM                     0.16 IN   0945 AM 07/24

...BLEDSOE...
8 SW PIKEVILLE                 0.01 IN   0922 AM 07/24
BLEDSOE ST FOREST              0.01 IN   1005 AM 07/24
3 SE PIKEVILLE                 0.01 IN   1010 AM 07/24

...BLOUNT...
2 SSE WALLAND                  0.73 IN   1049 AM 07/24
TOWNSEND 5S (CADES COVE)       0.10 IN   0700 AM 07/24
1 ENE CADES COVE               0.01 IN   1000 AM 07/24
2 ESE FRIENDSVILLE             0.01 IN   0600 AM 07/24
MCGEE TYSON AIRPORT            0.01 IN   0753 AM 07/24

...CAMPBELL...
3 SW JELLICO                   0.98 IN   1030 AM 07/24

...CARTER...
7 W ROAN  MOUNTAIN             0.08 IN   0810 AM 07/24
5 ENE LIMESTONE COVE           0.07 IN   0700 AM 07/24
3SW ROAN MOUNTAIN              0.05 IN   0800 AM 07/24
2 SW HAMPTON                   0.04 IN   1030 AM 07/24
4 WSW ROAN MOUNTAIN            0.03 IN   1046 AM 07/24
MILLIGAN COLLEGE               0.01 IN   1000 AM 07/24

...CLAIBORNE...
SEWAGE PLANT                   0.11 IN   0700 AM 07/24
POWELL RIVER                   0.09 IN   1015 AM 07/24
SPEEDWELL                      0.02 IN   1030 AM 07/24

...COCKE...
COSBY                          0.82 IN   1030 AM 07/24
1 NW NEWPORT                   0.35 IN   1200 AM 07/24
3 SSW CANEY BRANCH             0.16 IN   1030 AM 07/24
4 SE DEL RIO                   0.12 IN   1030 AM 07/24

...GRAINGER...
WASHBURN                       0.68 IN   1030 AM 07/24
1 SSE WASHBURN                 0.67 IN   0600 AM 07/24
CHEROKEE DAM                   0.02 IN   1015 AM 07/24

...GREENE...
3 S GREENEVILLE                1.89 IN   0700 AM 07/24
10 S GREENEVILLE               1.88 IN   0700 AM 07/24
GREENEVILLE                    0.91 IN   0800 AM 07/24
4 SSW MOHAWK                   0.21 IN   0700 AM 07/24
NOLICHUCKY                     0.17 IN   0959 AM 07/24
4 S CHUCKY                     0.15 IN   1043 AM 07/24
CHUCKEY                        0.02 IN   1030 AM 07/24

...HAMBLEN...
HAMBLEN COUNTY                 0.89 IN   1005 AM 07/24
EAST MORRISTOWN RAIN           0.60 IN   1000 AM 07/24
MORRISTOWN (COOP) ((1360 FT)   0.08 IN   0700 AM 07/24
MORRISTOWN NWS                 0.02 IN   0800 AM 07/24

...HAMILTON...
3 ESE LONE OAK                 0.58 IN   1046 AM 07/24

...HANCOCK...
FITTS GAP TN (1515 FT)         0.76 IN   1030 AM 07/24

...HAWKINS...
CHURCH HILL                    0.45 IN   0945 AM 07/24
2 SW SURGOINSVILLE             0.30 IN   0700 AM 07/24
1 NE ROGERSVILLE               0.21 IN   0900 AM 07/24
JOHN SEVIER SP                 0.10 IN   1045 AM 07/24

...JEFFERSON...
2 NE WHITE PINE                1.35 IN   0800 AM 07/24
OAK GROVE                      0.56 IN   1030 AM 07/24
1 ESE JEFFERSON CITY           0.54 IN   0700 AM 07/24

...JOHNSON...
LAUREL BLOOMERY                0.01 IN   1030 AM 07/24

...KNOX...
2 ENE POWELL                   0.60 IN   0700 AM 07/24
HALLS                          0.60 IN   1025 AM 07/24
BEAVER CREEK AT SOLWAY         0.53 IN   1010 AM 07/24
BULLRUN CREEK NEAR HALLS CROSS 0.53 IN   1040 AM 07/24
FARRAGUT                       0.03 IN   1048 AM 07/24
3 SE LAKE FOREST               0.02 IN   1030 AM 07/24
1 SW POWELL                    0.01 IN   1030 AM 07/24
2 NE FARRAGUT                  0.01 IN   0700 AM 07/24
KNOXVILLE WTR PL (850 FT)      0.01 IN   1030 AM 07/24

...LOUDON...
WATER PLANT                    0.43 IN   0800 AM 07/24
FORT LOUDOUN DAM               0.20 IN   1015 AM 07/24
MELTON HILL DAM                0.08 IN   1030 AM 07/24

...MARION...
WHITWELL                       0.32 IN   0900 AM 07/24
WHITWELL                       0.16 IN   1030 AM 07/24
MONTEAGLE                      0.01 IN   0900 AM 07/24

...MCMINN...
ETOWAH                         0.01 IN   1000 AM 07/24

...MEIGS...
DECATUR 4NW                    0.24 IN   0700 AM 07/24
MEIGS EOC                      0.08 IN   1006 AM 07/24
3 WNW TEN MILE                 0.03 IN   1047 AM 07/24
DECATUR                        0.01 IN   1000 AM 07/24

...MONROE...
TELLICO (COKER CREEK 1920 FT)  0.38 IN   0959 AM 07/24
VONORE                         0.27 IN   0700 AM 07/24
TELLICO PLAINS                 0.16 IN   1000 AM 07/24

...MORGAN...
3 SW DEERLODGE                 0.51 IN   0800 AM 07/24
PETROS                         0.11 IN   1030 AM 07/24
WARTBURG                       0.08 IN   1015 AM 07/24

...POLK...
APALACHIA DAM PWR HSE HIWASSEE 0.96 IN   1000 AM 07/24
3 SW RELIANCE (OCOEE) (1321 FT 0.08 IN   1005 AM 07/24
2 E BENTON                     0.02 IN   0800 AM 07/24

...RHEA...
8 NE SPRING CITY               0.21 IN   1000 AM 07/24
WATTS BAR DAM                  0.04 IN   1015 AM 07/24
SPRING CITY                    0.03 IN   0730 AM 07/24

...ROANE...
KINGSTON FOSSIL PLANT          0.60 IN   1045 AM 07/24

...SCOTT...
ONEIDA                         0.38 IN   1030 AM 07/24
BIG SOUTH FORK                 0.10 IN   0959 AM 07/24
4 NNW ELGIN                    0.02 IN   1030 AM 07/24

...SEQUATCHIE...
5 E DUNLAP                     0.14 IN   0800 AM 07/24
1 SSE DUNLAP                   0.07 IN   0710 AM 07/24

...SEVIER...
GATLINBURG                     1.15 IN   1030 AM 07/24
DOUGLAS DAM                    1.09 IN   1015 AM 07/24
5 SE GATLINBURG                0.55 IN   0700 AM 07/24
2 SW GATLINBURG                0.32 IN   0700 AM 07/24
LITTLE PIGEON RIVER AT SEVIERV 0.23 IN   1030 AM 07/24
1 S BIRD CROSSING              0.01 IN   1235 AM 07/24

...SULLIVAN...
SOUTH HOLSTON DAM              0.01 IN   1030 AM 07/24

...UNICOI...
3 S ROCKY FORK                 0.13 IN   1030 AM 07/24

...UNION...
CHUCK SWAN SF (1657 FT)        0.06 IN   1005 AM 07/24
LUTTRELL                       0.03 IN   1030 AM 07/24

...WASHINGTON...
2 E GRAY                       0.01 IN   0700 AM 07/24
1 S GRAY                       0.01 IN   0700 AM 07/24

...VIRGINIA...

...LEE...
GAP                            0.01 IN   1045 AM 07/24

...RUSSELL...
LEBANON                        0.15 IN   1030 AM 07/24

...SCOTT...
DUFFIELD                       0.38 IN   1015 AM 07/24
HILTON                         0.29 IN   1045 AM 07/24

...WASHINGTON...
ABINGDON 3S                    0.05 IN   0900 AM 07/24
5 NNE BLOUNTVILLE              0.02 IN   0700 AM 07/24
1 S ABINGDON                   0.01 IN   1039 AM 07/24
1 WSW GLADE SPRING             0.01 IN   1044 AM 07/24

...WISE...
NORTH FORK                     1.57 IN   0630 AM 07/24
POUND RIVER BLO BOLD CAMP CREE 0.86 IN   1045 AM 07/24
N FK POUND LAKE-TAILWATER      0.78 IN   1030 AM 07/24
POUND                          0.61 IN   1045 AM 07/24
WISE 1SE                       0.26 IN   1011 AM 07/24
COEBURN                        0.24 IN   1030 AM 07/24
3 WSW NORTON                   0.12 IN   1015 AM 07/24
1 S APPALACHIA                 0.04 IN   1030 AM 07/24

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

$$

NWS MORRISTOWN TN


000
NOUS45 KGGW 241459
PNSGGW
MTZ016>027-059>062-250259-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GLASGOW MT
859 AM MDT THU JUL 24 2014


...LATEST RAINFALL REPORTS...

LOCATION                       AMOUNT    TIME/DATE
12 SSE OPHEIM                  1.09 IN
7 NE THOENY                    0.78 IN   0830 AM 07/24
16 N BROCKTON                  0.76 IN
SCOBEY                         0.70 IN
4 W BREDETTE                   0.59 IN   0833 AM 07/24
OUTLOOK                        0.50 IN
10 W MEDICINE LAKE             0.50 IN
MALTA                          0.40 IN
21 N POPLAR                    0.38 IN
20 N SACO                      0.30 IN
5 WSW FORT KIPP                0.24 IN   0842 AM 07/24
MALTA WEATHER STN              0.23 IN   0800 AM 07/24
1 ESE MEDICINE LAKE            0.23 IN   0758 AM 07/24
FROID                          0.22 IN   0830 AM 07/24
BAINVILLE                      0.16 IN
POPLAR RAWS                    0.09 IN   0818 AM 07/24
BUFFALO RAPIDS-GLENDIVE AGRIME 0.07 IN   0700 AM 07/24
1 WSW THOENY                   0.07 IN   0844 AM 07/24
GLASGOW WEATHER STATION        0.06 IN   0800 AM 07/24
4 W WELDON                     0.04 IN   0832 AM 07/24
2 ESE CULBERTSON               0.03 IN   0800 AM 07/24
1 E GLASGOW                    0.03 IN   0845 AM 07/24
6 ENE SACO                     0.02 IN   0800 AM 07/24
MANNING CORRAL DOGTOWN         0.01 IN   0841 AM 07/24

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

$$

NWS GLASGOW MT



000
NOUS44 KMRX 241459
PNSMRX
NCZ060-061-TNZ012>018-035>047-067>074-081>087-098>102-VAZ001-
002-005-006-008-250258-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MORRISTOWN TN
1058 AM EDT THU JUL 24 2014


...LATEST RAINFALL REPORTS...

LOCATION                       AMOUNT    TIME/DATE

...NORTH CAROLINA...

...CHEROKEE...
TUSQUITEE                      1.75 IN   1005 AM 07/24
HIWASSEE DAM                   0.79 IN   1030 AM 07/24
1 W MURPHY                     0.71 IN   1049 AM 07/24
MARBLE                         0.49 IN   1015 AM 07/24
MURPHY                         0.37 IN   1000 AM 07/24
3 ESE UNAKA                    0.25 IN   0815 AM 07/24
2 NE MURPHY                    0.22 IN   0700 AM 07/24
ANDREWS AIRPORT                0.19 IN   0755 AM 07/24
2 NNE HOT HOUSE                0.06 IN   1048 AM 07/24

...CLAY...
2 W RAINBOW SPRINGS            0.40 IN   1043 AM 07/24
CHATUGE DAM                    0.37 IN   1015 AM 07/24
1 SSE BRASSTOWN                0.37 IN   1048 AM 07/24

...TENNESSEE...

...ANDERSON...
OAK RIDGE                      2.01 IN   0753 AM 07/24
1 SW NORRIS                    0.24 IN   0600 AM 07/24
NORRIS DAM                     0.16 IN   0945 AM 07/24

...BLEDSOE...
8 SW PIKEVILLE                 0.01 IN   0922 AM 07/24
BLEDSOE ST FOREST              0.01 IN   1005 AM 07/24
3 SE PIKEVILLE                 0.01 IN   1010 AM 07/24

...BLOUNT...
2 SSE WALLAND                  0.73 IN   1049 AM 07/24
TOWNSEND 5S (CADES COVE)       0.10 IN   0700 AM 07/24
1 ENE CADES COVE               0.01 IN   1000 AM 07/24
2 ESE FRIENDSVILLE             0.01 IN   0600 AM 07/24
MCGEE TYSON AIRPORT            0.01 IN   0753 AM 07/24

...CAMPBELL...
3 SW JELLICO                   0.98 IN   1030 AM 07/24

...CARTER...
7 W ROAN  MOUNTAIN             0.08 IN   0810 AM 07/24
5 ENE LIMESTONE COVE           0.07 IN   0700 AM 07/24
3SW ROAN MOUNTAIN              0.05 IN   0800 AM 07/24
2 SW HAMPTON                   0.04 IN   1030 AM 07/24
4 WSW ROAN MOUNTAIN            0.03 IN   1046 AM 07/24
MILLIGAN COLLEGE               0.01 IN   1000 AM 07/24

...CLAIBORNE...
SEWAGE PLANT                   0.11 IN   0700 AM 07/24
POWELL RIVER                   0.09 IN   1015 AM 07/24
SPEEDWELL                      0.02 IN   1030 AM 07/24

...COCKE...
COSBY                          0.82 IN   1030 AM 07/24
1 NW NEWPORT                   0.35 IN   1200 AM 07/24
3 SSW CANEY BRANCH             0.16 IN   1030 AM 07/24
4 SE DEL RIO                   0.12 IN   1030 AM 07/24

...GRAINGER...
WASHBURN                       0.68 IN   1030 AM 07/24
1 SSE WASHBURN                 0.67 IN   0600 AM 07/24
CHEROKEE DAM                   0.02 IN   1015 AM 07/24

...GREENE...
3 S GREENEVILLE                1.89 IN   0700 AM 07/24
10 S GREENEVILLE               1.88 IN   0700 AM 07/24
GREENEVILLE                    0.91 IN   0800 AM 07/24
4 SSW MOHAWK                   0.21 IN   0700 AM 07/24
NOLICHUCKY                     0.17 IN   0959 AM 07/24
4 S CHUCKY                     0.15 IN   1043 AM 07/24
CHUCKEY                        0.02 IN   1030 AM 07/24

...HAMBLEN...
HAMBLEN COUNTY                 0.89 IN   1005 AM 07/24
EAST MORRISTOWN RAIN           0.60 IN   1000 AM 07/24
MORRISTOWN (COOP) ((1360 FT)   0.08 IN   0700 AM 07/24
MORRISTOWN NWS                 0.02 IN   0800 AM 07/24

...HAMILTON...
3 ESE LONE OAK                 0.58 IN   1046 AM 07/24

...HANCOCK...
FITTS GAP TN (1515 FT)         0.76 IN   1030 AM 07/24

...HAWKINS...
CHURCH HILL                    0.45 IN   0945 AM 07/24
2 SW SURGOINSVILLE             0.30 IN   0700 AM 07/24
1 NE ROGERSVILLE               0.21 IN   0900 AM 07/24
JOHN SEVIER SP                 0.10 IN   1045 AM 07/24

...JEFFERSON...
2 NE WHITE PINE                1.35 IN   0800 AM 07/24
OAK GROVE                      0.56 IN   1030 AM 07/24
1 ESE JEFFERSON CITY           0.54 IN   0700 AM 07/24

...JOHNSON...
LAUREL BLOOMERY                0.01 IN   1030 AM 07/24

...KNOX...
2 ENE POWELL                   0.60 IN   0700 AM 07/24
HALLS                          0.60 IN   1025 AM 07/24
BEAVER CREEK AT SOLWAY         0.53 IN   1010 AM 07/24
BULLRUN CREEK NEAR HALLS CROSS 0.53 IN   1040 AM 07/24
FARRAGUT                       0.03 IN   1048 AM 07/24
3 SE LAKE FOREST               0.02 IN   1030 AM 07/24
1 SW POWELL                    0.01 IN   1030 AM 07/24
2 NE FARRAGUT                  0.01 IN   0700 AM 07/24
KNOXVILLE WTR PL (850 FT)      0.01 IN   1030 AM 07/24

...LOUDON...
WATER PLANT                    0.43 IN   0800 AM 07/24
FORT LOUDOUN DAM               0.20 IN   1015 AM 07/24
MELTON HILL DAM                0.08 IN   1030 AM 07/24

...MARION...
WHITWELL                       0.32 IN   0900 AM 07/24
WHITWELL                       0.16 IN   1030 AM 07/24
MONTEAGLE                      0.01 IN   0900 AM 07/24

...MCMINN...
ETOWAH                         0.01 IN   1000 AM 07/24

...MEIGS...
DECATUR 4NW                    0.24 IN   0700 AM 07/24
MEIGS EOC                      0.08 IN   1006 AM 07/24
3 WNW TEN MILE                 0.03 IN   1047 AM 07/24
DECATUR                        0.01 IN   1000 AM 07/24

...MONROE...
TELLICO (COKER CREEK 1920 FT)  0.38 IN   0959 AM 07/24
VONORE                         0.27 IN   0700 AM 07/24
TELLICO PLAINS                 0.16 IN   1000 AM 07/24

...MORGAN...
3 SW DEERLODGE                 0.51 IN   0800 AM 07/24
PETROS                         0.11 IN   1030 AM 07/24
WARTBURG                       0.08 IN   1015 AM 07/24

...POLK...
APALACHIA DAM PWR HSE HIWASSEE 0.96 IN   1000 AM 07/24
3 SW RELIANCE (OCOEE) (1321 FT 0.08 IN   1005 AM 07/24
2 E BENTON                     0.02 IN   0800 AM 07/24

...RHEA...
8 NE SPRING CITY               0.21 IN   1000 AM 07/24
WATTS BAR DAM                  0.04 IN   1015 AM 07/24
SPRING CITY                    0.03 IN   0730 AM 07/24

...ROANE...
KINGSTON FOSSIL PLANT          0.60 IN   1045 AM 07/24

...SCOTT...
ONEIDA                         0.38 IN   1030 AM 07/24
BIG SOUTH FORK                 0.10 IN   0959 AM 07/24
4 NNW ELGIN                    0.02 IN   1030 AM 07/24

...SEQUATCHIE...
5 E DUNLAP                     0.14 IN   0800 AM 07/24
1 SSE DUNLAP                   0.07 IN   0710 AM 07/24

...SEVIER...
GATLINBURG                     1.15 IN   1030 AM 07/24
DOUGLAS DAM                    1.09 IN   1015 AM 07/24
5 SE GATLINBURG                0.55 IN   0700 AM 07/24
2 SW GATLINBURG                0.32 IN   0700 AM 07/24
LITTLE PIGEON RIVER AT SEVIERV 0.23 IN   1030 AM 07/24
1 S BIRD CROSSING              0.01 IN   1235 AM 07/24

...SULLIVAN...
SOUTH HOLSTON DAM              0.01 IN   1030 AM 07/24

...UNICOI...
3 S ROCKY FORK                 0.13 IN   1030 AM 07/24

...UNION...
CHUCK SWAN SF (1657 FT)        0.06 IN   1005 AM 07/24
LUTTRELL                       0.03 IN   1030 AM 07/24

...WASHINGTON...
2 E GRAY                       0.01 IN   0700 AM 07/24
1 S GRAY                       0.01 IN   0700 AM 07/24

...VIRGINIA...

...LEE...
GAP                            0.01 IN   1045 AM 07/24

...RUSSELL...
LEBANON                        0.15 IN   1030 AM 07/24

...SCOTT...
DUFFIELD                       0.38 IN   1015 AM 07/24
HILTON                         0.29 IN   1045 AM 07/24

...WASHINGTON...
ABINGDON 3S                    0.05 IN   0900 AM 07/24
5 NNE BLOUNTVILLE              0.02 IN   0700 AM 07/24
1 S ABINGDON                   0.01 IN   1039 AM 07/24
1 WSW GLADE SPRING             0.01 IN   1044 AM 07/24

...WISE...
NORTH FORK                     1.57 IN   0630 AM 07/24
POUND RIVER BLO BOLD CAMP CREE 0.86 IN   1045 AM 07/24
N FK POUND LAKE-TAILWATER      0.78 IN   1030 AM 07/24
POUND                          0.61 IN   1045 AM 07/24
WISE 1SE                       0.26 IN   1011 AM 07/24
COEBURN                        0.24 IN   1030 AM 07/24
3 WSW NORTON                   0.12 IN   1015 AM 07/24
1 S APPALACHIA                 0.04 IN   1030 AM 07/24

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

$$

NWS MORRISTOWN TN


000
NOUS45 KGGW 241459
PNSGGW
MTZ016>027-059>062-250259-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GLASGOW MT
859 AM MDT THU JUL 24 2014


...LATEST RAINFALL REPORTS...

LOCATION                       AMOUNT    TIME/DATE
12 SSE OPHEIM                  1.09 IN
7 NE THOENY                    0.78 IN   0830 AM 07/24
16 N BROCKTON                  0.76 IN
SCOBEY                         0.70 IN
4 W BREDETTE                   0.59 IN   0833 AM 07/24
OUTLOOK                        0.50 IN
10 W MEDICINE LAKE             0.50 IN
MALTA                          0.40 IN
21 N POPLAR                    0.38 IN
20 N SACO                      0.30 IN
5 WSW FORT KIPP                0.24 IN   0842 AM 07/24
MALTA WEATHER STN              0.23 IN   0800 AM 07/24
1 ESE MEDICINE LAKE            0.23 IN   0758 AM 07/24
FROID                          0.22 IN   0830 AM 07/24
BAINVILLE                      0.16 IN
POPLAR RAWS                    0.09 IN   0818 AM 07/24
BUFFALO RAPIDS-GLENDIVE AGRIME 0.07 IN   0700 AM 07/24
1 WSW THOENY                   0.07 IN   0844 AM 07/24
GLASGOW WEATHER STATION        0.06 IN   0800 AM 07/24
4 W WELDON                     0.04 IN   0832 AM 07/24
2 ESE CULBERTSON               0.03 IN   0800 AM 07/24
1 E GLASGOW                    0.03 IN   0845 AM 07/24
6 ENE SACO                     0.02 IN   0800 AM 07/24
MANNING CORRAL DOGTOWN         0.01 IN   0841 AM 07/24

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

$$

NWS GLASGOW MT



000
NOUS43 KBIS 241445
PNSBIS
NDZ004-012-251245-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BISMARCK ND
945 AM CDT THU JUL 24 2014

...SUMMARY OF FLOOD PRODUCTS AS OF THURSDAY MORNING...

FLOOD WARNINGS REMAIN IN THE SOURIS RIVER BASIN FOR THE SOURIS
RIVER NEAR TOWNER...BANTRY...AND WESTHOPE...ALONG WITH WILLOW
CREEK NEAR WILLOW CITY.

RAINS ACROSS THE NORTH DAKOTA PORTION OF THE SOURIS RIVER BASIN
TODAY ARE NOT GOING TO BE ENOUGH TO CHANGE THE CURRENT DOWNWARD
TREND AT ANY LOCATION CURRENTLY ABOVE FLOOD STAGE. AT THIS
POINT...THE SOURIS RIVER NEAR TOWNER IS IN A STEADY FALL AND
EXPECTED TO GO BELOW FLOOD STAGE ON MONDAY. SIMILARLY...THE SOURIS
RIVER NEAR BANTRY WILL FALL BELOW FLOOD STAGE AS EARLY AS
WEDNESDAY WHILE THE SOURIS RIVER NEAR WESTHOPE WILL REMAIN ABOVE
FLOOD STAGE UNTIL SOMETIME IN EARLY AUGUST. ELSEWHERE IN THE
SOURIS RIVER BASIN...WILLOW CREEK NEAR WILLOW CITY CONTINUES TO
FALL AND WILL BE NEAR FLOOD STAGE EARLY NEXT WEEK.

FOR DETAILED INFORMATION IN YOUR AREA...VISIT
WWW.WEATHER.GOV/BIS. FOR INFORMATION ON RIVER STAGES AND
FORECASTS CLICK ON THE RIVERS AND LAKES TAB NEAR THE TOP OF THE
MAIN PAGE.

$$

AJS




000
NOUS43 KBIS 241445
PNSBIS
NDZ004-012-251245-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BISMARCK ND
945 AM CDT THU JUL 24 2014

...SUMMARY OF FLOOD PRODUCTS AS OF THURSDAY MORNING...

FLOOD WARNINGS REMAIN IN THE SOURIS RIVER BASIN FOR THE SOURIS
RIVER NEAR TOWNER...BANTRY...AND WESTHOPE...ALONG WITH WILLOW
CREEK NEAR WILLOW CITY.

RAINS ACROSS THE NORTH DAKOTA PORTION OF THE SOURIS RIVER BASIN
TODAY ARE NOT GOING TO BE ENOUGH TO CHANGE THE CURRENT DOWNWARD
TREND AT ANY LOCATION CURRENTLY ABOVE FLOOD STAGE. AT THIS
POINT...THE SOURIS RIVER NEAR TOWNER IS IN A STEADY FALL AND
EXPECTED TO GO BELOW FLOOD STAGE ON MONDAY. SIMILARLY...THE SOURIS
RIVER NEAR BANTRY WILL FALL BELOW FLOOD STAGE AS EARLY AS
WEDNESDAY WHILE THE SOURIS RIVER NEAR WESTHOPE WILL REMAIN ABOVE
FLOOD STAGE UNTIL SOMETIME IN EARLY AUGUST. ELSEWHERE IN THE
SOURIS RIVER BASIN...WILLOW CREEK NEAR WILLOW CITY CONTINUES TO
FALL AND WILL BE NEAR FLOOD STAGE EARLY NEXT WEEK.

FOR DETAILED INFORMATION IN YOUR AREA...VISIT
WWW.WEATHER.GOV/BIS. FOR INFORMATION ON RIVER STAGES AND
FORECASTS CLICK ON THE RIVERS AND LAKES TAB NEAR THE TOP OF THE
MAIN PAGE.

$$

AJS





000
NOUS41 KBUF 241419
PNSBUF
NYZ001>008-010>014-019>021-085-250219-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
SPOTTER REPORTS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BUFFALO NY
1019 AM EDT THU JUL 24 2014

**********************24 HOUR RAINFALL**********************

LOCATION              24 HOUR     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     RAINFALL           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

NEW YORK

...ALLEGANY COUNTY...
   ALFRED                0.47   715 AM  7/24  CO-OP OBSERVER
   RUSHFORD              0.46   630 AM  7/24  CO-OP OBSERVER
   ANGELICA              0.38   956 AM  7/24  CO-OP OBSERVER
   4 SW WEST ALMOND      0.13   850 AM  7/24  COCORAHS

...CATTARAUGUS COUNTY...
   5 N ALLEGANY          0.41   700 AM  7/24  COCORAHS
   1 N LITTLE VALLEY     0.19   800 AM  7/24  COCORAHS
   1 SSW FRANKLINVILLE   0.15   850 AM  7/24  CO-OP OBSERVER
   1 NNE FRANKLINVILLE   0.12   620 AM  7/24  COCORAHS
   1 WSW OLEAN           0.06   910 AM  7/24  CO-OP OBSERVER
   1 NE OLEAN            0.01   800 AM  7/24  COCORAHS

...CAYUGA COUNTY...
   8 SSE AUBURN          0.19   600 AM  7/24  COCORAHS
   2 N AURORA            0.10   800 AM  7/24  COCORAHS

...CHAUTAUQUA COUNTY...
   3 SE FORESTVILLE      0.28   700 AM  7/24  COCORAHS
   NE KENNEDY            0.26   600 AM  7/24  COCORAHS
   4 SSW RIPLEY          0.14   600 AM  7/24  COCORAHS
   1 WNW FREDONIA        0.12   630 AM  7/24  COCORAHS
   1 SW DUNKIRK          0.07  1159 AM  7/23  COCORAHS
   1 S DUNKIRK           0.07  1210 AM  7/24  CO-OP OBSERVER
   4 ENE JAMESTOWN       0.06   707 AM  7/24  CO-OP OBSERVER
   2 E JAMESTOWN         0.05   630 AM  7/24  COCORAHS

...ERIE COUNTY...
   4 NW ALDEN            0.35   700 AM  7/24  COCORAHS
   3 WSW ELMA            0.22   700 AM  7/24  COCORAHS
   1 SE ELMA CENTER      0.18   900 AM  7/24  COCORAHS
   ENE EAST AURORA       0.18   700 AM  7/24  COCORAHS
   4 NE BUFFALO          0.15   830 AM  7/24  CO-OP OBSERVER
   S DEPEW               0.15   600 AM  7/24  COCORAHS
   3 E WILLIAMSVILLE     0.14   700 AM  7/24  COCORAHS
   1 S HAMBURG           0.13   700 AM  7/24  COCORAHS
   2 SE GLENWOOD         0.12   800 AM  7/24  COCORAHS
   2 SSW BLASDELL        0.12   700 AM  7/24  COCORAHS
   5 NNE AMHERST         0.09   800 AM  7/24  COCORAHS
   1 WNW EAST AMHERST    0.09   800 AM  7/24  COCORAHS
   3 ESE TONAWANDA       0.09   700 AM  7/24  COCORAHS
   WALES HOLLOW          0.09   806 AM  7/24  CO-OP OBSERVER
   ESE KENMORE           0.08   730 AM  7/24  COCORAHS
   1 W COLDEN            0.08   841 AM  7/24  CO-OP OBSERVER
   1 NW KENMORE          0.07   600 AM  7/24  COCORAHS
   WSW HAMBURG           0.07   700 AM  7/24  COCORAHS
   2 NNE TONAWANDA       0.07  1200 PM  7/23  COCORAHS
   2 SW AKRON            0.06   813 AM  7/24  COCORAHS
   2 ENE COLDEN          0.05   800 AM  7/24  COCORAHS
   1 NW BUFFALO          0.04   600 AM  7/24  COCORAHS
   3 NE TONAWANDA        0.03   700 AM  7/24  COCORAHS
   1 W LAKE VIEW         0.01   800 AM  7/24  COCORAHS

...GENESEE COUNTY...
   5 S BATAVIA           0.40   700 AM  7/24  COCORAHS

...JEFFERSON COUNTY...
   NNW FELTS MILLS       0.35   700 AM  7/24  COCORAHS
   2 SW CARTHAGE         0.27   815 AM  7/24  COCORAHS
   3 NE CARTHAGE         0.27   800 AM  7/24  COCORAHS
   3 S THERESA           0.13   800 AM  7/24  COCORAHS
   SE MANNSVILLE         0.10   700 AM  7/24  COCORAHS

...LEWIS COUNTY...
   HIGHMARKET            0.37   533 AM  7/24  CO-OP OBSERVER
   1 NW CONSTABLEVILLE   0.30   500 AM  7/24  COCORAHS
   6 N CROGHAN           0.24   700 AM  7/24  COCORAHS
   12 NNW HOOKER         0.03   910 AM  7/24  CO-OP OBSERVER

...LIVINGSTON COUNTY...
   1 ENE DANSVILLE       0.35   630 AM  7/24  COCORAHS
   1 WNW DANSVILLE       0.32   931 AM  7/24  CO-OP OBSERVER
   2 W MOUNT MORRIS      0.32   820 AM  7/24  CO-OP OBSERVER
   1 NNE AVON            0.23   700 AM  7/24  COCORAHS
   AVON                  0.20   847 AM  7/24  CO-OP OBSERVER

...MONROE COUNTY...
   2 NE WEBSTER          0.26   755 PM  7/23  CO-OP OBSERVER

...NIAGARA COUNTY...
   6 E NIAGARA FALLS     0.05   700 AM  7/24  COCORAHS
   1 NNE NORTH TONAWAND  0.03   700 AM  7/24  COCORAHS
   1 NE LOCKPORT         0.02   700 AM  7/24  COCORAHS

...ONTARIO COUNTY...
   HONEOYE               0.52   824 AM  7/24  CO-OP OBSERVER
   3 S CANANDAIGUA       0.32   806 AM  7/24  CO-OP OBSERVER
   3 W GENEVA            0.13   655 AM  7/24  CO-OP OBSERVER

...OSWEGO COUNTY...
   3 NE BENNETTS BRIDGE  0.31   645 AM  7/24  CO-OP OBSERVER
   W FULTON              0.22   700 AM  7/24  COCORAHS
   5 ESE OSWEGO          0.20   600 AM  7/24  COCORAHS
   1 NE PULASKI          0.15   600 AM  7/24  COCORAHS
   SE MINETTO            0.12   800 AM  7/24  COCORAHS
   FULTON                0.11   730 AM  7/24  CO-OP OBSERVER
   4 SSE LACONA          0.10   700 AM  7/24  COCORAHS

...WAYNE COUNTY...
   2 NW PALMYRA          0.62   730 AM  7/24  COCORAHS
   1 E NEWARK            0.45   707 AM  7/24  CO-OP OBSERVER
   2 SW WALWORTH         0.42   700 AM  7/24  COCORAHS
   MACEDON               0.40   750 AM  7/24  CO-OP OBSERVER

...WYOMING COUNTY...
   3 N SILVER SPRINGS    0.46   720 AM  7/24  CO-OP OBSERVER
   6 SW WARSAW           0.32   715 AM  7/24  CO-OP OBSERVER

$$

RSH


000
NOUS43 KSGF 241416
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-251415

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
915 AM CDT THU JUL 24 2014

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Douglas   Ava                    93  67   T
Barry     Roaring River SP       88  65   0.17
Webster   Niangua                88  64   0.00
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            87  67   0.04
Benton    Edwards 6W             93  64   0.00
Morgan    Gravois Mills          90  60   0.00
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            92  66   0.00
Stone     Crane 4N               95  65   1.00

$$






000
NOUS43 KSGF 241416
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-251415

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
915 AM CDT THU JUL 24 2014

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Douglas   Ava                    93  67   T
Barry     Roaring River SP       88  65   0.17
Webster   Niangua                88  64   0.00
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            87  67   0.04
Benton    Edwards 6W             93  64   0.00
Morgan    Gravois Mills          90  60   0.00
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            92  66   0.00
Stone     Crane 4N               95  65   1.00

$$






000
NOUS43 KSGF 241416
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-251415

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
915 AM CDT THU JUL 24 2014

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Douglas   Ava                    93  67   T
Barry     Roaring River SP       88  65   0.17
Webster   Niangua                88  64   0.00
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            87  67   0.04
Benton    Edwards 6W             93  64   0.00
Morgan    Gravois Mills          90  60   0.00
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            92  66   0.00
Stone     Crane 4N               95  65   1.00

$$






000
NOUS43 KSGF 241416
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-251415

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
915 AM CDT THU JUL 24 2014

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Douglas   Ava                    93  67   T
Barry     Roaring River SP       88  65   0.17
Webster   Niangua                88  64   0.00
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            87  67   0.04
Benton    Edwards 6W             93  64   0.00
Morgan    Gravois Mills          90  60   0.00
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            92  66   0.00
Stone     Crane 4N               95  65   1.00

$$






000
NOUS44 KMRX 241411
PNSMRX
NCZ060-061-TNZ012>018-035>047-067>074-081>087-098>102-VAZ001-
002-005-006-008-250210-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MORRISTOWN TN
1010 AM EDT THU JUL 24 2014


...LATEST RAINFALL REPORTS...

LOCATION                       AMOUNT    TIME/DATE       LAT/LON
OAK RIDGE                      2.01 IN   0753 AM 07/24   36.02N/84.23W
3 S GREENEVILLE                1.89 IN   0700 AM 07/24   36.12N/82.82W
10 S GREENEVILLE               1.88 IN   0700 AM 07/24   36.02N/82.83W
TUSQUITEE                      1.75 IN   1005 AM 07/24   35.07N/84.13W
NORTH FORK                     1.57 IN   0630 AM 07/24   37.12N/82.63W
2 NE WHITE PINE                1.35 IN   0800 AM 07/24   36.12N/83.27W
GATLINBURG                     1.15 IN   0930 AM 07/24   35.72N/83.50W
COSBY                          1.10 IN   0930 AM 07/24   35.81N/83.25W
DOUGLAS DAM                    1.10 IN   0915 AM 07/24   35.96N/83.54W
N FK POUND LAKE-TAILWATER      0.98 IN   0930 AM 07/24   37.12N/82.62W
3 SW JELLICO                   0.98 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.54N/84.17W
APALACHIA DAM PWR HSE HIWASSEE 0.96 IN   0900 AM 07/24   35.18N/84.44W
GREENEVILLE                    0.91 IN   0800 AM 07/24   36.11N/82.84W
POUND RIVER BLO BOLD CAMP CREE 0.90 IN   0945 AM 07/24   37.12N/82.60W
HAMBLEN COUNTY                 0.89 IN   1005 AM 07/24   36.26N/83.28W
HIWASSEE DAM                   0.79 IN   0930 AM 07/24   35.15N/84.18W
FITTS GAP TN (1515 FT)         0.76 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.59N/83.23W
2 SSE WALLAND                  0.73 IN   1004 AM 07/24   35.70N/83.80W
1 W MURPHY                     0.71 IN   0949 AM 07/24   35.09N/84.05W
POUND                          0.71 IN   0945 AM 07/24   37.12N/82.61W
WASHBURN                       0.68 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.30N/83.59W
1 SSE WASHBURN                 0.67 IN   0600 AM 07/24   36.23N/83.67W
OAK GROVE                      0.65 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.04N/83.34W
KINGSTON FOSSIL PLANT          0.60 IN   0945 AM 07/24   35.90N/84.52W
EAST MORRISTOWN RAIN           0.60 IN   0900 AM 07/24   36.27N/83.23W
2 ENE POWELL                   0.60 IN   0700 AM 07/24   36.05N/83.99W
HALLS                          0.60 IN   0925 AM 07/24   36.08N/83.93W
3 ESE LONE OAK                 0.58 IN   1001 AM 07/24   35.18N/85.32W
WISE 1SE                       0.57 IN   0911 AM 07/24   36.97N/82.56W
1 ESE JEFFERSON CITY           0.54 IN   0700 AM 07/24   36.11N/83.47W
BEAVER CREEK AT SOLWAY         0.53 IN   0910 AM 07/24   35.96N/84.18W
BULLRUN CREEK NEAR HALLS CROSS 0.53 IN   0940 AM 07/24   36.11N/83.99W
3 SW DEERLODGE                 0.51 IN   0800 AM 07/24   36.17N/84.79W
MARBLE                         0.49 IN   0915 AM 07/24   35.19N/83.92W
CHURCH HILL                    0.45 IN   0945 AM 07/24   36.52N/82.74W
2 W RAINBOW SPRINGS            0.40 IN   0958 AM 07/24   35.08N/83.59W
DUFFIELD                       0.38 IN   0915 AM 07/24   36.71N/82.80W
ONEIDA                         0.38 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.50N/84.52W
TELLICO (COKER CREEK 1920 FT)  0.38 IN   0959 AM 07/24   35.38N/84.12W
CHATUGE DAM                    0.37 IN   0915 AM 07/24   35.02N/83.79W
MURPHY                         0.37 IN   0900 AM 07/24   35.09N/84.04W
1 SSE BRASSTOWN                0.37 IN   1003 AM 07/24   35.00N/83.90W
1 NW NEWPORT                   0.35 IN   1200 AM 07/24   35.98N/83.20W
COEBURN                        0.35 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.93N/82.48W
WHITWELL                       0.32 IN   0900 AM 07/24   35.20N/85.51W
2 SW SURGOINSVILLE             0.30 IN   0700 AM 07/24   36.45N/82.88W
HILTON                         0.29 IN   0945 AM 07/24   36.65N/82.47W
VONORE                         0.27 IN   0700 AM 07/24   35.59N/84.24W
4 SE DEL RIO                   0.27 IN   0930 AM 07/24   35.89N/82.97W
LITTLE PIGEON RIVER AT SEVIERV 0.26 IN   0930 AM 07/24   35.88N/83.58W
GAP                            0.25 IN   0945 AM 07/24   36.75N/83.02W
3 ESE UNAKA                    0.25 IN   0815 AM 07/24   35.17N/84.10W
1 SW NORRIS                    0.24 IN   0600 AM 07/24   36.20N/84.08W
DECATUR 4NW                    0.24 IN   0700 AM 07/24   35.57N/84.79W
4 S CHUCKY                     0.24 IN   1003 AM 07/24   36.16N/82.69W
2 NE MURPHY                    0.22 IN   0700 AM 07/24   35.11N/84.01W
8 NE SPRING CITY               0.21 IN   0900 AM 07/24   35.77N/84.78W
4 SSW MOHAWK                   0.21 IN   0700 AM 07/24   36.14N/83.07W
1 NE ROGERSVILLE               0.21 IN   0900 AM 07/24   36.42N/82.98W
FORT LOUDOUN DAM               0.20 IN   0915 AM 07/24   35.79N/84.25W
ANDREWS AIRPORT                0.19 IN   0755 AM 07/24   35.20N/83.86W
NOLICHUCKY                     0.17 IN   0959 AM 07/24   35.98N/82.84W
NORRIS DAM                     0.16 IN   0945 AM 07/24   36.22N/84.09W
TELLICO PLAINS                 0.16 IN   0900 AM 07/24   35.38N/84.32W
WHITWELL                       0.16 IN   0930 AM 07/24   35.21N/85.52W
LEBANON                        0.15 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.91N/82.06W
3 SSW CANEY BRANCH             0.15 IN   1000 AM 07/24   36.00N/83.00W
5 E DUNLAP                     0.14 IN   0800 AM 07/24   35.38N/85.28W
3 S ROCKY FORK                 0.13 IN   1000 AM 07/24   35.99N/82.56W
3 WSW NORTON                   0.12 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.91N/82.67W
SEWAGE PLANT                   0.11 IN   0700 AM 07/24   36.47N/83.56W
PETROS                         0.11 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.10N/84.45W
BIG SOUTH FORK                 0.10 IN   0959 AM 07/24   36.48N/84.65W
JOHN SEVIER SP                 0.10 IN   0945 AM 07/24   36.38N/82.96W
POWELL RIVER                   0.09 IN   0915 AM 07/24   36.54N/83.63W
3 SW RELIANCE (OCOEE) (1321 FT 0.08 IN   0905 AM 07/24   35.16N/84.59W
7 W ROAN  MOUNTAIN             0.08 IN   0810 AM 07/24   36.19N/82.20W
MORRISTOWN (COOP) ((1360 FT)   0.08 IN   0700 AM 07/24   36.20N/83.28W
WARTBURG                       0.08 IN   0915 AM 07/24   36.11N/84.60W
MELTON HILL DAM                0.08 IN   0930 AM 07/24   35.88N/84.30W
MEIGS EOC                      0.08 IN   0906 AM 07/24   35.52N/84.79W
5 ENE LIMESTONE COVE           0.07 IN   0700 AM 07/24   36.21N/82.18W
1 SSE DUNLAP                   0.07 IN   0710 AM 07/24   35.36N/85.38W
2 NNE HOT HOUSE                0.06 IN   0920 AM 07/24   35.05N/84.22W
CHUCK SWAN SF (1657 FT)        0.06 IN   1005 AM 07/24   36.37N/83.90W
ABINGDON 3S                    0.05 IN   0900 AM 07/24   36.67N/81.97W
3SW ROAN MOUNTAIN              0.05 IN   0800 AM 07/24   36.16N/82.10W
CHUCKEY                        0.05 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.22N/82.70W
WATTS BAR DAM                  0.04 IN   0915 AM 07/24   35.61N/84.79W
1 S APPALACHIA                 0.04 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.90N/82.79W
FARRAGUT                       0.03 IN   1003 AM 07/24   35.87N/84.17W
3 WNW TEN MILE                 0.03 IN   1001 AM 07/24   35.68N/84.71W
LUTTRELL                       0.03 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.21N/83.75W
SPRING CITY                    0.03 IN   0730 AM 07/24   35.68N/84.85W
4 WSW ROAN MOUNTAIN            0.03 IN   1001 AM 07/24   36.17N/82.15W
SPEEDWELL                      0.02 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.45N/83.88W
MORRISTOWN NWS                 0.02 IN   0800 AM 07/24   36.17N/83.40W
2 E BENTON                     0.02 IN   0800 AM 07/24   35.17N/84.61W
5 NNE BLOUNTVILLE              0.02 IN   0700 AM 07/24   36.60N/82.29W
CHEROKEE DAM                   0.02 IN   0915 AM 07/24   36.17N/83.50W
3 SE LAKE FOREST               0.02 IN   0930 AM 07/24   35.88N/83.84W
4 NNW ELGIN                    0.02 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.39N/84.63W
MILLIGAN COLLEGE               0.01 IN   0900 AM 07/24   36.31N/82.31W
KNOXVILLE WTR PL (850 FT)      0.01 IN   0930 AM 07/24   35.95N/83.93W
2 NE FARRAGUT                  0.01 IN   0700 AM 07/24   35.93N/84.01W
8 SW PIKEVILLE                 0.01 IN   0922 AM 07/24   35.54N/85.30W
1 ENE CADES COVE               0.01 IN   1000 AM 07/24   35.60N/83.78W
2 ESE FRIENDSVILLE             0.01 IN   0600 AM 07/24   35.74N/84.09W
2 E GRAY                       0.01 IN   0700 AM 07/24   36.41N/82.45W
SOUTH HOLSTON DAM              0.01 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.52N/82.10W
1 S GRAY                       0.01 IN   0700 AM 07/24   36.39N/82.48W
DECATUR                        0.01 IN   0900 AM 07/24   35.52N/84.80W
LAUREL BLOOMERY                0.01 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.57N/81.76W
MONTEAGLE                      0.01 IN   0900 AM 07/24   35.22N/85.84W
1 S BIRD CROSSING              0.01 IN   1235 AM 07/24   35.90N/83.36W
1 SW POWELL                    0.01 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.02N/84.05W
ETOWAH                         0.01 IN   0900 AM 07/24   35.33N/84.52W
MCGEE TYSON AIRPORT            0.01 IN   0753 AM 07/24   35.81N/83.99W
1 S ABINGDON                   0.01 IN   0949 AM 07/24   36.69N/81.97W
BLEDSOE ST FOREST              0.01 IN   0905 AM 07/24   35.68N/85.27W
1 WSW GLADE SPRING             0.01 IN   1004 AM 07/24   36.79N/81.78W
3 SE PIKEVILLE                 0.01 IN   1000 AM 07/24   35.57N/85.16W

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

$$

NWS MORRISTOWN TN


000
NOUS44 KMRX 241411
PNSMRX
NCZ060-061-TNZ012>018-035>047-067>074-081>087-098>102-VAZ001-
002-005-006-008-250210-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MORRISTOWN TN
1010 AM EDT THU JUL 24 2014


...LATEST RAINFALL REPORTS...

LOCATION                       AMOUNT    TIME/DATE       LAT/LON
OAK RIDGE                      2.01 IN   0753 AM 07/24   36.02N/84.23W
3 S GREENEVILLE                1.89 IN   0700 AM 07/24   36.12N/82.82W
10 S GREENEVILLE               1.88 IN   0700 AM 07/24   36.02N/82.83W
TUSQUITEE                      1.75 IN   1005 AM 07/24   35.07N/84.13W
NORTH FORK                     1.57 IN   0630 AM 07/24   37.12N/82.63W
2 NE WHITE PINE                1.35 IN   0800 AM 07/24   36.12N/83.27W
GATLINBURG                     1.15 IN   0930 AM 07/24   35.72N/83.50W
COSBY                          1.10 IN   0930 AM 07/24   35.81N/83.25W
DOUGLAS DAM                    1.10 IN   0915 AM 07/24   35.96N/83.54W
N FK POUND LAKE-TAILWATER      0.98 IN   0930 AM 07/24   37.12N/82.62W
3 SW JELLICO                   0.98 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.54N/84.17W
APALACHIA DAM PWR HSE HIWASSEE 0.96 IN   0900 AM 07/24   35.18N/84.44W
GREENEVILLE                    0.91 IN   0800 AM 07/24   36.11N/82.84W
POUND RIVER BLO BOLD CAMP CREE 0.90 IN   0945 AM 07/24   37.12N/82.60W
HAMBLEN COUNTY                 0.89 IN   1005 AM 07/24   36.26N/83.28W
HIWASSEE DAM                   0.79 IN   0930 AM 07/24   35.15N/84.18W
FITTS GAP TN (1515 FT)         0.76 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.59N/83.23W
2 SSE WALLAND                  0.73 IN   1004 AM 07/24   35.70N/83.80W
1 W MURPHY                     0.71 IN   0949 AM 07/24   35.09N/84.05W
POUND                          0.71 IN   0945 AM 07/24   37.12N/82.61W
WASHBURN                       0.68 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.30N/83.59W
1 SSE WASHBURN                 0.67 IN   0600 AM 07/24   36.23N/83.67W
OAK GROVE                      0.65 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.04N/83.34W
KINGSTON FOSSIL PLANT          0.60 IN   0945 AM 07/24   35.90N/84.52W
EAST MORRISTOWN RAIN           0.60 IN   0900 AM 07/24   36.27N/83.23W
2 ENE POWELL                   0.60 IN   0700 AM 07/24   36.05N/83.99W
HALLS                          0.60 IN   0925 AM 07/24   36.08N/83.93W
3 ESE LONE OAK                 0.58 IN   1001 AM 07/24   35.18N/85.32W
WISE 1SE                       0.57 IN   0911 AM 07/24   36.97N/82.56W
1 ESE JEFFERSON CITY           0.54 IN   0700 AM 07/24   36.11N/83.47W
BEAVER CREEK AT SOLWAY         0.53 IN   0910 AM 07/24   35.96N/84.18W
BULLRUN CREEK NEAR HALLS CROSS 0.53 IN   0940 AM 07/24   36.11N/83.99W
3 SW DEERLODGE                 0.51 IN   0800 AM 07/24   36.17N/84.79W
MARBLE                         0.49 IN   0915 AM 07/24   35.19N/83.92W
CHURCH HILL                    0.45 IN   0945 AM 07/24   36.52N/82.74W
2 W RAINBOW SPRINGS            0.40 IN   0958 AM 07/24   35.08N/83.59W
DUFFIELD                       0.38 IN   0915 AM 07/24   36.71N/82.80W
ONEIDA                         0.38 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.50N/84.52W
TELLICO (COKER CREEK 1920 FT)  0.38 IN   0959 AM 07/24   35.38N/84.12W
CHATUGE DAM                    0.37 IN   0915 AM 07/24   35.02N/83.79W
MURPHY                         0.37 IN   0900 AM 07/24   35.09N/84.04W
1 SSE BRASSTOWN                0.37 IN   1003 AM 07/24   35.00N/83.90W
1 NW NEWPORT                   0.35 IN   1200 AM 07/24   35.98N/83.20W
COEBURN                        0.35 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.93N/82.48W
WHITWELL                       0.32 IN   0900 AM 07/24   35.20N/85.51W
2 SW SURGOINSVILLE             0.30 IN   0700 AM 07/24   36.45N/82.88W
HILTON                         0.29 IN   0945 AM 07/24   36.65N/82.47W
VONORE                         0.27 IN   0700 AM 07/24   35.59N/84.24W
4 SE DEL RIO                   0.27 IN   0930 AM 07/24   35.89N/82.97W
LITTLE PIGEON RIVER AT SEVIERV 0.26 IN   0930 AM 07/24   35.88N/83.58W
GAP                            0.25 IN   0945 AM 07/24   36.75N/83.02W
3 ESE UNAKA                    0.25 IN   0815 AM 07/24   35.17N/84.10W
1 SW NORRIS                    0.24 IN   0600 AM 07/24   36.20N/84.08W
DECATUR 4NW                    0.24 IN   0700 AM 07/24   35.57N/84.79W
4 S CHUCKY                     0.24 IN   1003 AM 07/24   36.16N/82.69W
2 NE MURPHY                    0.22 IN   0700 AM 07/24   35.11N/84.01W
8 NE SPRING CITY               0.21 IN   0900 AM 07/24   35.77N/84.78W
4 SSW MOHAWK                   0.21 IN   0700 AM 07/24   36.14N/83.07W
1 NE ROGERSVILLE               0.21 IN   0900 AM 07/24   36.42N/82.98W
FORT LOUDOUN DAM               0.20 IN   0915 AM 07/24   35.79N/84.25W
ANDREWS AIRPORT                0.19 IN   0755 AM 07/24   35.20N/83.86W
NOLICHUCKY                     0.17 IN   0959 AM 07/24   35.98N/82.84W
NORRIS DAM                     0.16 IN   0945 AM 07/24   36.22N/84.09W
TELLICO PLAINS                 0.16 IN   0900 AM 07/24   35.38N/84.32W
WHITWELL                       0.16 IN   0930 AM 07/24   35.21N/85.52W
LEBANON                        0.15 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.91N/82.06W
3 SSW CANEY BRANCH             0.15 IN   1000 AM 07/24   36.00N/83.00W
5 E DUNLAP                     0.14 IN   0800 AM 07/24   35.38N/85.28W
3 S ROCKY FORK                 0.13 IN   1000 AM 07/24   35.99N/82.56W
3 WSW NORTON                   0.12 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.91N/82.67W
SEWAGE PLANT                   0.11 IN   0700 AM 07/24   36.47N/83.56W
PETROS                         0.11 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.10N/84.45W
BIG SOUTH FORK                 0.10 IN   0959 AM 07/24   36.48N/84.65W
JOHN SEVIER SP                 0.10 IN   0945 AM 07/24   36.38N/82.96W
POWELL RIVER                   0.09 IN   0915 AM 07/24   36.54N/83.63W
3 SW RELIANCE (OCOEE) (1321 FT 0.08 IN   0905 AM 07/24   35.16N/84.59W
7 W ROAN  MOUNTAIN             0.08 IN   0810 AM 07/24   36.19N/82.20W
MORRISTOWN (COOP) ((1360 FT)   0.08 IN   0700 AM 07/24   36.20N/83.28W
WARTBURG                       0.08 IN   0915 AM 07/24   36.11N/84.60W
MELTON HILL DAM                0.08 IN   0930 AM 07/24   35.88N/84.30W
MEIGS EOC                      0.08 IN   0906 AM 07/24   35.52N/84.79W
5 ENE LIMESTONE COVE           0.07 IN   0700 AM 07/24   36.21N/82.18W
1 SSE DUNLAP                   0.07 IN   0710 AM 07/24   35.36N/85.38W
2 NNE HOT HOUSE                0.06 IN   0920 AM 07/24   35.05N/84.22W
CHUCK SWAN SF (1657 FT)        0.06 IN   1005 AM 07/24   36.37N/83.90W
ABINGDON 3S                    0.05 IN   0900 AM 07/24   36.67N/81.97W
3SW ROAN MOUNTAIN              0.05 IN   0800 AM 07/24   36.16N/82.10W
CHUCKEY                        0.05 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.22N/82.70W
WATTS BAR DAM                  0.04 IN   0915 AM 07/24   35.61N/84.79W
1 S APPALACHIA                 0.04 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.90N/82.79W
FARRAGUT                       0.03 IN   1003 AM 07/24   35.87N/84.17W
3 WNW TEN MILE                 0.03 IN   1001 AM 07/24   35.68N/84.71W
LUTTRELL                       0.03 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.21N/83.75W
SPRING CITY                    0.03 IN   0730 AM 07/24   35.68N/84.85W
4 WSW ROAN MOUNTAIN            0.03 IN   1001 AM 07/24   36.17N/82.15W
SPEEDWELL                      0.02 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.45N/83.88W
MORRISTOWN NWS                 0.02 IN   0800 AM 07/24   36.17N/83.40W
2 E BENTON                     0.02 IN   0800 AM 07/24   35.17N/84.61W
5 NNE BLOUNTVILLE              0.02 IN   0700 AM 07/24   36.60N/82.29W
CHEROKEE DAM                   0.02 IN   0915 AM 07/24   36.17N/83.50W
3 SE LAKE FOREST               0.02 IN   0930 AM 07/24   35.88N/83.84W
4 NNW ELGIN                    0.02 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.39N/84.63W
MILLIGAN COLLEGE               0.01 IN   0900 AM 07/24   36.31N/82.31W
KNOXVILLE WTR PL (850 FT)      0.01 IN   0930 AM 07/24   35.95N/83.93W
2 NE FARRAGUT                  0.01 IN   0700 AM 07/24   35.93N/84.01W
8 SW PIKEVILLE                 0.01 IN   0922 AM 07/24   35.54N/85.30W
1 ENE CADES COVE               0.01 IN   1000 AM 07/24   35.60N/83.78W
2 ESE FRIENDSVILLE             0.01 IN   0600 AM 07/24   35.74N/84.09W
2 E GRAY                       0.01 IN   0700 AM 07/24   36.41N/82.45W
SOUTH HOLSTON DAM              0.01 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.52N/82.10W
1 S GRAY                       0.01 IN   0700 AM 07/24   36.39N/82.48W
DECATUR                        0.01 IN   0900 AM 07/24   35.52N/84.80W
LAUREL BLOOMERY                0.01 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.57N/81.76W
MONTEAGLE                      0.01 IN   0900 AM 07/24   35.22N/85.84W
1 S BIRD CROSSING              0.01 IN   1235 AM 07/24   35.90N/83.36W
1 SW POWELL                    0.01 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.02N/84.05W
ETOWAH                         0.01 IN   0900 AM 07/24   35.33N/84.52W
MCGEE TYSON AIRPORT            0.01 IN   0753 AM 07/24   35.81N/83.99W
1 S ABINGDON                   0.01 IN   0949 AM 07/24   36.69N/81.97W
BLEDSOE ST FOREST              0.01 IN   0905 AM 07/24   35.68N/85.27W
1 WSW GLADE SPRING             0.01 IN   1004 AM 07/24   36.79N/81.78W
3 SE PIKEVILLE                 0.01 IN   1000 AM 07/24   35.57N/85.16W

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

$$

NWS MORRISTOWN TN


000
NOUS44 KMRX 241411
PNSMRX
NCZ060-061-TNZ012>018-035>047-067>074-081>087-098>102-VAZ001-
002-005-006-008-250210-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MORRISTOWN TN
1010 AM EDT THU JUL 24 2014


...LATEST RAINFALL REPORTS...

LOCATION                       AMOUNT    TIME/DATE       LAT/LON
OAK RIDGE                      2.01 IN   0753 AM 07/24   36.02N/84.23W
3 S GREENEVILLE                1.89 IN   0700 AM 07/24   36.12N/82.82W
10 S GREENEVILLE               1.88 IN   0700 AM 07/24   36.02N/82.83W
TUSQUITEE                      1.75 IN   1005 AM 07/24   35.07N/84.13W
NORTH FORK                     1.57 IN   0630 AM 07/24   37.12N/82.63W
2 NE WHITE PINE                1.35 IN   0800 AM 07/24   36.12N/83.27W
GATLINBURG                     1.15 IN   0930 AM 07/24   35.72N/83.50W
COSBY                          1.10 IN   0930 AM 07/24   35.81N/83.25W
DOUGLAS DAM                    1.10 IN   0915 AM 07/24   35.96N/83.54W
N FK POUND LAKE-TAILWATER      0.98 IN   0930 AM 07/24   37.12N/82.62W
3 SW JELLICO                   0.98 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.54N/84.17W
APALACHIA DAM PWR HSE HIWASSEE 0.96 IN   0900 AM 07/24   35.18N/84.44W
GREENEVILLE                    0.91 IN   0800 AM 07/24   36.11N/82.84W
POUND RIVER BLO BOLD CAMP CREE 0.90 IN   0945 AM 07/24   37.12N/82.60W
HAMBLEN COUNTY                 0.89 IN   1005 AM 07/24   36.26N/83.28W
HIWASSEE DAM                   0.79 IN   0930 AM 07/24   35.15N/84.18W
FITTS GAP TN (1515 FT)         0.76 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.59N/83.23W
2 SSE WALLAND                  0.73 IN   1004 AM 07/24   35.70N/83.80W
1 W MURPHY                     0.71 IN   0949 AM 07/24   35.09N/84.05W
POUND                          0.71 IN   0945 AM 07/24   37.12N/82.61W
WASHBURN                       0.68 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.30N/83.59W
1 SSE WASHBURN                 0.67 IN   0600 AM 07/24   36.23N/83.67W
OAK GROVE                      0.65 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.04N/83.34W
KINGSTON FOSSIL PLANT          0.60 IN   0945 AM 07/24   35.90N/84.52W
EAST MORRISTOWN RAIN           0.60 IN   0900 AM 07/24   36.27N/83.23W
2 ENE POWELL                   0.60 IN   0700 AM 07/24   36.05N/83.99W
HALLS                          0.60 IN   0925 AM 07/24   36.08N/83.93W
3 ESE LONE OAK                 0.58 IN   1001 AM 07/24   35.18N/85.32W
WISE 1SE                       0.57 IN   0911 AM 07/24   36.97N/82.56W
1 ESE JEFFERSON CITY           0.54 IN   0700 AM 07/24   36.11N/83.47W
BEAVER CREEK AT SOLWAY         0.53 IN   0910 AM 07/24   35.96N/84.18W
BULLRUN CREEK NEAR HALLS CROSS 0.53 IN   0940 AM 07/24   36.11N/83.99W
3 SW DEERLODGE                 0.51 IN   0800 AM 07/24   36.17N/84.79W
MARBLE                         0.49 IN   0915 AM 07/24   35.19N/83.92W
CHURCH HILL                    0.45 IN   0945 AM 07/24   36.52N/82.74W
2 W RAINBOW SPRINGS            0.40 IN   0958 AM 07/24   35.08N/83.59W
DUFFIELD                       0.38 IN   0915 AM 07/24   36.71N/82.80W
ONEIDA                         0.38 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.50N/84.52W
TELLICO (COKER CREEK 1920 FT)  0.38 IN   0959 AM 07/24   35.38N/84.12W
CHATUGE DAM                    0.37 IN   0915 AM 07/24   35.02N/83.79W
MURPHY                         0.37 IN   0900 AM 07/24   35.09N/84.04W
1 SSE BRASSTOWN                0.37 IN   1003 AM 07/24   35.00N/83.90W
1 NW NEWPORT                   0.35 IN   1200 AM 07/24   35.98N/83.20W
COEBURN                        0.35 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.93N/82.48W
WHITWELL                       0.32 IN   0900 AM 07/24   35.20N/85.51W
2 SW SURGOINSVILLE             0.30 IN   0700 AM 07/24   36.45N/82.88W
HILTON                         0.29 IN   0945 AM 07/24   36.65N/82.47W
VONORE                         0.27 IN   0700 AM 07/24   35.59N/84.24W
4 SE DEL RIO                   0.27 IN   0930 AM 07/24   35.89N/82.97W
LITTLE PIGEON RIVER AT SEVIERV 0.26 IN   0930 AM 07/24   35.88N/83.58W
GAP                            0.25 IN   0945 AM 07/24   36.75N/83.02W
3 ESE UNAKA                    0.25 IN   0815 AM 07/24   35.17N/84.10W
1 SW NORRIS                    0.24 IN   0600 AM 07/24   36.20N/84.08W
DECATUR 4NW                    0.24 IN   0700 AM 07/24   35.57N/84.79W
4 S CHUCKY                     0.24 IN   1003 AM 07/24   36.16N/82.69W
2 NE MURPHY                    0.22 IN   0700 AM 07/24   35.11N/84.01W
8 NE SPRING CITY               0.21 IN   0900 AM 07/24   35.77N/84.78W
4 SSW MOHAWK                   0.21 IN   0700 AM 07/24   36.14N/83.07W
1 NE ROGERSVILLE               0.21 IN   0900 AM 07/24   36.42N/82.98W
FORT LOUDOUN DAM               0.20 IN   0915 AM 07/24   35.79N/84.25W
ANDREWS AIRPORT                0.19 IN   0755 AM 07/24   35.20N/83.86W
NOLICHUCKY                     0.17 IN   0959 AM 07/24   35.98N/82.84W
NORRIS DAM                     0.16 IN   0945 AM 07/24   36.22N/84.09W
TELLICO PLAINS                 0.16 IN   0900 AM 07/24   35.38N/84.32W
WHITWELL                       0.16 IN   0930 AM 07/24   35.21N/85.52W
LEBANON                        0.15 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.91N/82.06W
3 SSW CANEY BRANCH             0.15 IN   1000 AM 07/24   36.00N/83.00W
5 E DUNLAP                     0.14 IN   0800 AM 07/24   35.38N/85.28W
3 S ROCKY FORK                 0.13 IN   1000 AM 07/24   35.99N/82.56W
3 WSW NORTON                   0.12 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.91N/82.67W
SEWAGE PLANT                   0.11 IN   0700 AM 07/24   36.47N/83.56W
PETROS                         0.11 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.10N/84.45W
BIG SOUTH FORK                 0.10 IN   0959 AM 07/24   36.48N/84.65W
JOHN SEVIER SP                 0.10 IN   0945 AM 07/24   36.38N/82.96W
POWELL RIVER                   0.09 IN   0915 AM 07/24   36.54N/83.63W
3 SW RELIANCE (OCOEE) (1321 FT 0.08 IN   0905 AM 07/24   35.16N/84.59W
7 W ROAN  MOUNTAIN             0.08 IN   0810 AM 07/24   36.19N/82.20W
MORRISTOWN (COOP) ((1360 FT)   0.08 IN   0700 AM 07/24   36.20N/83.28W
WARTBURG                       0.08 IN   0915 AM 07/24   36.11N/84.60W
MELTON HILL DAM                0.08 IN   0930 AM 07/24   35.88N/84.30W
MEIGS EOC                      0.08 IN   0906 AM 07/24   35.52N/84.79W
5 ENE LIMESTONE COVE           0.07 IN   0700 AM 07/24   36.21N/82.18W
1 SSE DUNLAP                   0.07 IN   0710 AM 07/24   35.36N/85.38W
2 NNE HOT HOUSE                0.06 IN   0920 AM 07/24   35.05N/84.22W
CHUCK SWAN SF (1657 FT)        0.06 IN   1005 AM 07/24   36.37N/83.90W
ABINGDON 3S                    0.05 IN   0900 AM 07/24   36.67N/81.97W
3SW ROAN MOUNTAIN              0.05 IN   0800 AM 07/24   36.16N/82.10W
CHUCKEY                        0.05 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.22N/82.70W
WATTS BAR DAM                  0.04 IN   0915 AM 07/24   35.61N/84.79W
1 S APPALACHIA                 0.04 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.90N/82.79W
FARRAGUT                       0.03 IN   1003 AM 07/24   35.87N/84.17W
3 WNW TEN MILE                 0.03 IN   1001 AM 07/24   35.68N/84.71W
LUTTRELL                       0.03 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.21N/83.75W
SPRING CITY                    0.03 IN   0730 AM 07/24   35.68N/84.85W
4 WSW ROAN MOUNTAIN            0.03 IN   1001 AM 07/24   36.17N/82.15W
SPEEDWELL                      0.02 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.45N/83.88W
MORRISTOWN NWS                 0.02 IN   0800 AM 07/24   36.17N/83.40W
2 E BENTON                     0.02 IN   0800 AM 07/24   35.17N/84.61W
5 NNE BLOUNTVILLE              0.02 IN   0700 AM 07/24   36.60N/82.29W
CHEROKEE DAM                   0.02 IN   0915 AM 07/24   36.17N/83.50W
3 SE LAKE FOREST               0.02 IN   0930 AM 07/24   35.88N/83.84W
4 NNW ELGIN                    0.02 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.39N/84.63W
MILLIGAN COLLEGE               0.01 IN   0900 AM 07/24   36.31N/82.31W
KNOXVILLE WTR PL (850 FT)      0.01 IN   0930 AM 07/24   35.95N/83.93W
2 NE FARRAGUT                  0.01 IN   0700 AM 07/24   35.93N/84.01W
8 SW PIKEVILLE                 0.01 IN   0922 AM 07/24   35.54N/85.30W
1 ENE CADES COVE               0.01 IN   1000 AM 07/24   35.60N/83.78W
2 ESE FRIENDSVILLE             0.01 IN   0600 AM 07/24   35.74N/84.09W
2 E GRAY                       0.01 IN   0700 AM 07/24   36.41N/82.45W
SOUTH HOLSTON DAM              0.01 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.52N/82.10W
1 S GRAY                       0.01 IN   0700 AM 07/24   36.39N/82.48W
DECATUR                        0.01 IN   0900 AM 07/24   35.52N/84.80W
LAUREL BLOOMERY                0.01 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.57N/81.76W
MONTEAGLE                      0.01 IN   0900 AM 07/24   35.22N/85.84W
1 S BIRD CROSSING              0.01 IN   1235 AM 07/24   35.90N/83.36W
1 SW POWELL                    0.01 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.02N/84.05W
ETOWAH                         0.01 IN   0900 AM 07/24   35.33N/84.52W
MCGEE TYSON AIRPORT            0.01 IN   0753 AM 07/24   35.81N/83.99W
1 S ABINGDON                   0.01 IN   0949 AM 07/24   36.69N/81.97W
BLEDSOE ST FOREST              0.01 IN   0905 AM 07/24   35.68N/85.27W
1 WSW GLADE SPRING             0.01 IN   1004 AM 07/24   36.79N/81.78W
3 SE PIKEVILLE                 0.01 IN   1000 AM 07/24   35.57N/85.16W

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

$$

NWS MORRISTOWN TN


000
NOUS44 KMRX 241411
PNSMRX
NCZ060-061-TNZ012>018-035>047-067>074-081>087-098>102-VAZ001-
002-005-006-008-250210-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MORRISTOWN TN
1010 AM EDT THU JUL 24 2014


...LATEST RAINFALL REPORTS...

LOCATION                       AMOUNT    TIME/DATE       LAT/LON
OAK RIDGE                      2.01 IN   0753 AM 07/24   36.02N/84.23W
3 S GREENEVILLE                1.89 IN   0700 AM 07/24   36.12N/82.82W
10 S GREENEVILLE               1.88 IN   0700 AM 07/24   36.02N/82.83W
TUSQUITEE                      1.75 IN   1005 AM 07/24   35.07N/84.13W
NORTH FORK                     1.57 IN   0630 AM 07/24   37.12N/82.63W
2 NE WHITE PINE                1.35 IN   0800 AM 07/24   36.12N/83.27W
GATLINBURG                     1.15 IN   0930 AM 07/24   35.72N/83.50W
COSBY                          1.10 IN   0930 AM 07/24   35.81N/83.25W
DOUGLAS DAM                    1.10 IN   0915 AM 07/24   35.96N/83.54W
N FK POUND LAKE-TAILWATER      0.98 IN   0930 AM 07/24   37.12N/82.62W
3 SW JELLICO                   0.98 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.54N/84.17W
APALACHIA DAM PWR HSE HIWASSEE 0.96 IN   0900 AM 07/24   35.18N/84.44W
GREENEVILLE                    0.91 IN   0800 AM 07/24   36.11N/82.84W
POUND RIVER BLO BOLD CAMP CREE 0.90 IN   0945 AM 07/24   37.12N/82.60W
HAMBLEN COUNTY                 0.89 IN   1005 AM 07/24   36.26N/83.28W
HIWASSEE DAM                   0.79 IN   0930 AM 07/24   35.15N/84.18W
FITTS GAP TN (1515 FT)         0.76 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.59N/83.23W
2 SSE WALLAND                  0.73 IN   1004 AM 07/24   35.70N/83.80W
1 W MURPHY                     0.71 IN   0949 AM 07/24   35.09N/84.05W
POUND                          0.71 IN   0945 AM 07/24   37.12N/82.61W
WASHBURN                       0.68 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.30N/83.59W
1 SSE WASHBURN                 0.67 IN   0600 AM 07/24   36.23N/83.67W
OAK GROVE                      0.65 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.04N/83.34W
KINGSTON FOSSIL PLANT          0.60 IN   0945 AM 07/24   35.90N/84.52W
EAST MORRISTOWN RAIN           0.60 IN   0900 AM 07/24   36.27N/83.23W
2 ENE POWELL                   0.60 IN   0700 AM 07/24   36.05N/83.99W
HALLS                          0.60 IN   0925 AM 07/24   36.08N/83.93W
3 ESE LONE OAK                 0.58 IN   1001 AM 07/24   35.18N/85.32W
WISE 1SE                       0.57 IN   0911 AM 07/24   36.97N/82.56W
1 ESE JEFFERSON CITY           0.54 IN   0700 AM 07/24   36.11N/83.47W
BEAVER CREEK AT SOLWAY         0.53 IN   0910 AM 07/24   35.96N/84.18W
BULLRUN CREEK NEAR HALLS CROSS 0.53 IN   0940 AM 07/24   36.11N/83.99W
3 SW DEERLODGE                 0.51 IN   0800 AM 07/24   36.17N/84.79W
MARBLE                         0.49 IN   0915 AM 07/24   35.19N/83.92W
CHURCH HILL                    0.45 IN   0945 AM 07/24   36.52N/82.74W
2 W RAINBOW SPRINGS            0.40 IN   0958 AM 07/24   35.08N/83.59W
DUFFIELD                       0.38 IN   0915 AM 07/24   36.71N/82.80W
ONEIDA                         0.38 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.50N/84.52W
TELLICO (COKER CREEK 1920 FT)  0.38 IN   0959 AM 07/24   35.38N/84.12W
CHATUGE DAM                    0.37 IN   0915 AM 07/24   35.02N/83.79W
MURPHY                         0.37 IN   0900 AM 07/24   35.09N/84.04W
1 SSE BRASSTOWN                0.37 IN   1003 AM 07/24   35.00N/83.90W
1 NW NEWPORT                   0.35 IN   1200 AM 07/24   35.98N/83.20W
COEBURN                        0.35 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.93N/82.48W
WHITWELL                       0.32 IN   0900 AM 07/24   35.20N/85.51W
2 SW SURGOINSVILLE             0.30 IN   0700 AM 07/24   36.45N/82.88W
HILTON                         0.29 IN   0945 AM 07/24   36.65N/82.47W
VONORE                         0.27 IN   0700 AM 07/24   35.59N/84.24W
4 SE DEL RIO                   0.27 IN   0930 AM 07/24   35.89N/82.97W
LITTLE PIGEON RIVER AT SEVIERV 0.26 IN   0930 AM 07/24   35.88N/83.58W
GAP                            0.25 IN   0945 AM 07/24   36.75N/83.02W
3 ESE UNAKA                    0.25 IN   0815 AM 07/24   35.17N/84.10W
1 SW NORRIS                    0.24 IN   0600 AM 07/24   36.20N/84.08W
DECATUR 4NW                    0.24 IN   0700 AM 07/24   35.57N/84.79W
4 S CHUCKY                     0.24 IN   1003 AM 07/24   36.16N/82.69W
2 NE MURPHY                    0.22 IN   0700 AM 07/24   35.11N/84.01W
8 NE SPRING CITY               0.21 IN   0900 AM 07/24   35.77N/84.78W
4 SSW MOHAWK                   0.21 IN   0700 AM 07/24   36.14N/83.07W
1 NE ROGERSVILLE               0.21 IN   0900 AM 07/24   36.42N/82.98W
FORT LOUDOUN DAM               0.20 IN   0915 AM 07/24   35.79N/84.25W
ANDREWS AIRPORT                0.19 IN   0755 AM 07/24   35.20N/83.86W
NOLICHUCKY                     0.17 IN   0959 AM 07/24   35.98N/82.84W
NORRIS DAM                     0.16 IN   0945 AM 07/24   36.22N/84.09W
TELLICO PLAINS                 0.16 IN   0900 AM 07/24   35.38N/84.32W
WHITWELL                       0.16 IN   0930 AM 07/24   35.21N/85.52W
LEBANON                        0.15 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.91N/82.06W
3 SSW CANEY BRANCH             0.15 IN   1000 AM 07/24   36.00N/83.00W
5 E DUNLAP                     0.14 IN   0800 AM 07/24   35.38N/85.28W
3 S ROCKY FORK                 0.13 IN   1000 AM 07/24   35.99N/82.56W
3 WSW NORTON                   0.12 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.91N/82.67W
SEWAGE PLANT                   0.11 IN   0700 AM 07/24   36.47N/83.56W
PETROS                         0.11 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.10N/84.45W
BIG SOUTH FORK                 0.10 IN   0959 AM 07/24   36.48N/84.65W
JOHN SEVIER SP                 0.10 IN   0945 AM 07/24   36.38N/82.96W
POWELL RIVER                   0.09 IN   0915 AM 07/24   36.54N/83.63W
3 SW RELIANCE (OCOEE) (1321 FT 0.08 IN   0905 AM 07/24   35.16N/84.59W
7 W ROAN  MOUNTAIN             0.08 IN   0810 AM 07/24   36.19N/82.20W
MORRISTOWN (COOP) ((1360 FT)   0.08 IN   0700 AM 07/24   36.20N/83.28W
WARTBURG                       0.08 IN   0915 AM 07/24   36.11N/84.60W
MELTON HILL DAM                0.08 IN   0930 AM 07/24   35.88N/84.30W
MEIGS EOC                      0.08 IN   0906 AM 07/24   35.52N/84.79W
5 ENE LIMESTONE COVE           0.07 IN   0700 AM 07/24   36.21N/82.18W
1 SSE DUNLAP                   0.07 IN   0710 AM 07/24   35.36N/85.38W
2 NNE HOT HOUSE                0.06 IN   0920 AM 07/24   35.05N/84.22W
CHUCK SWAN SF (1657 FT)        0.06 IN   1005 AM 07/24   36.37N/83.90W
ABINGDON 3S                    0.05 IN   0900 AM 07/24   36.67N/81.97W
3SW ROAN MOUNTAIN              0.05 IN   0800 AM 07/24   36.16N/82.10W
CHUCKEY                        0.05 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.22N/82.70W
WATTS BAR DAM                  0.04 IN   0915 AM 07/24   35.61N/84.79W
1 S APPALACHIA                 0.04 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.90N/82.79W
FARRAGUT                       0.03 IN   1003 AM 07/24   35.87N/84.17W
3 WNW TEN MILE                 0.03 IN   1001 AM 07/24   35.68N/84.71W
LUTTRELL                       0.03 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.21N/83.75W
SPRING CITY                    0.03 IN   0730 AM 07/24   35.68N/84.85W
4 WSW ROAN MOUNTAIN            0.03 IN   1001 AM 07/24   36.17N/82.15W
SPEEDWELL                      0.02 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.45N/83.88W
MORRISTOWN NWS                 0.02 IN   0800 AM 07/24   36.17N/83.40W
2 E BENTON                     0.02 IN   0800 AM 07/24   35.17N/84.61W
5 NNE BLOUNTVILLE              0.02 IN   0700 AM 07/24   36.60N/82.29W
CHEROKEE DAM                   0.02 IN   0915 AM 07/24   36.17N/83.50W
3 SE LAKE FOREST               0.02 IN   0930 AM 07/24   35.88N/83.84W
4 NNW ELGIN                    0.02 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.39N/84.63W
MILLIGAN COLLEGE               0.01 IN   0900 AM 07/24   36.31N/82.31W
KNOXVILLE WTR PL (850 FT)      0.01 IN   0930 AM 07/24   35.95N/83.93W
2 NE FARRAGUT                  0.01 IN   0700 AM 07/24   35.93N/84.01W
8 SW PIKEVILLE                 0.01 IN   0922 AM 07/24   35.54N/85.30W
1 ENE CADES COVE               0.01 IN   1000 AM 07/24   35.60N/83.78W
2 ESE FRIENDSVILLE             0.01 IN   0600 AM 07/24   35.74N/84.09W
2 E GRAY                       0.01 IN   0700 AM 07/24   36.41N/82.45W
SOUTH HOLSTON DAM              0.01 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.52N/82.10W
1 S GRAY                       0.01 IN   0700 AM 07/24   36.39N/82.48W
DECATUR                        0.01 IN   0900 AM 07/24   35.52N/84.80W
LAUREL BLOOMERY                0.01 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.57N/81.76W
MONTEAGLE                      0.01 IN   0900 AM 07/24   35.22N/85.84W
1 S BIRD CROSSING              0.01 IN   1235 AM 07/24   35.90N/83.36W
1 SW POWELL                    0.01 IN   0930 AM 07/24   36.02N/84.05W
ETOWAH                         0.01 IN   0900 AM 07/24   35.33N/84.52W
MCGEE TYSON AIRPORT            0.01 IN   0753 AM 07/24   35.81N/83.99W
1 S ABINGDON                   0.01 IN   0949 AM 07/24   36.69N/81.97W
BLEDSOE ST FOREST              0.01 IN   0905 AM 07/24   35.68N/85.27W
1 WSW GLADE SPRING             0.01 IN   1004 AM 07/24   36.79N/81.78W
3 SE PIKEVILLE                 0.01 IN   1000 AM 07/24   35.57N/85.16W

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

$$

NWS MORRISTOWN TN


000
NOUS45 KPSR 241311
PNSPSR

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PHOENIX AZ
600 AM MST THU JUL 24 2014

...PHOENIX AND SURROUNDING AREAS RAINFALL REPORTS...

                                                      RAINFALL (IN)
LOCATION                                              1 HR     24 HR
ADOBE DAM                      PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
AZTEC PARK                     SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.04
BERNEIL WASH                   PARADISE VALLEY        0.00      0.04
CAMP CREEK                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.28
CAREFREE RANCH                 SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.43
CAVE CREEK                     CAVE CREEK             0.00      0.04
CLINE CREEK                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
CLOUDBURST WASH                FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.08
COLUMBIA HILL                  YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.12
DURANGO COMPLEX                PHOENIX                0.00      0.12
FIG SPRINGS                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
FRAESFIELD MTN.                SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.20
GILA @ OLBERG                  GILA RIVER IC          0.00      0.04
GOLDEN EAGLE BLVD.             FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.04
HESPERUS DAM                   FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.04
HESPERUS WASH                  FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.24
HORSESHOE RANCH                YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.08
HUMBOLDT MOUNTAIN              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.20
IBW @ INDIAN BEND RD.          SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.20
IBW @ SWEETWATER               PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
KINGS RANCH                    PINAL COUNTY           0.04      0.04
LAKE MARGUARITE                SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.04
LOST DOG WASH                  SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.08
MAGMA FRS                      PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.08
MCDOWELL MTN. PARK             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
NEW RIVER FIRE                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
NEW RIVER MESA                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
NORTH HEIGHTS DAM              FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.04
PIMA @ JOMAX                   SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.12
PINNACLE PEAK VISTA            SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.28
RACKENSACK CANYON              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
RAWHIDE WASH                   SCOTTSDALE             0.04      0.12
REATA PASS DAM                 SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.12
REATA PASS WASH                SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.08
SALT RIVER LANDFILL            SALT RIVER IC          0.00      0.08
SEVEN SPRINGS                  YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.08
SEVEN SPRINGS WASH             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
SKUNK CR. NR NEW R.            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
SKUNK TANK WASH                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
STAGECOACH WASH                SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.12
STANTON                        YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.04
SUN VALLEY @ NORTHERN          BUCKEYE                0.00      0.12
SUNUP RANCH                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.16
THOMPSON PEAK                  SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.08
THUNDERBIRD ACADEMY            SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.16
UPPER CLINE CREEK              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12

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 241311
PNSPSR

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PHOENIX AZ
600 AM MST THU JUL 24 2014

...PHOENIX AND SURROUNDING AREAS RAINFALL REPORTS...

                                                      RAINFALL (IN)
LOCATION                                              1 HR     24 HR
ADOBE DAM                      PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
AZTEC PARK                     SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.04
BERNEIL WASH                   PARADISE VALLEY        0.00      0.04
CAMP CREEK                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.28
CAREFREE RANCH                 SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.43
CAVE CREEK                     CAVE CREEK             0.00      0.04
CLINE CREEK                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
CLOUDBURST WASH                FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.08
COLUMBIA HILL                  YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.12
DURANGO COMPLEX                PHOENIX                0.00      0.12
FIG SPRINGS                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
FRAESFIELD MTN.                SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.20
GILA @ OLBERG                  GILA RIVER IC          0.00      0.04
GOLDEN EAGLE BLVD.             FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.04
HESPERUS DAM                   FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.04
HESPERUS WASH                  FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.24
HORSESHOE RANCH                YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.08
HUMBOLDT MOUNTAIN              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.20
IBW @ INDIAN BEND RD.          SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.20
IBW @ SWEETWATER               PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
KINGS RANCH                    PINAL COUNTY           0.04      0.04
LAKE MARGUARITE                SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.04
LOST DOG WASH                  SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.08
MAGMA FRS                      PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.08
MCDOWELL MTN. PARK             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
NEW RIVER FIRE                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
NEW RIVER MESA                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
NORTH HEIGHTS DAM              FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.04
PIMA @ JOMAX                   SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.12
PINNACLE PEAK VISTA            SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.28
RACKENSACK CANYON              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
RAWHIDE WASH                   SCOTTSDALE             0.04      0.12
REATA PASS DAM                 SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.12
REATA PASS WASH                SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.08
SALT RIVER LANDFILL            SALT RIVER IC          0.00      0.08
SEVEN SPRINGS                  YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.08
SEVEN SPRINGS WASH             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
SKUNK CR. NR NEW R.            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
SKUNK TANK WASH                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
STAGECOACH WASH                SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.12
STANTON                        YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.04
SUN VALLEY @ NORTHERN          BUCKEYE                0.00      0.12
SUNUP RANCH                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.16
THOMPSON PEAK                  SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.08
THUNDERBIRD ACADEMY            SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.16
UPPER CLINE CREEK              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12

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 241311
PNSPSR

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PHOENIX AZ
600 AM MST THU JUL 24 2014

...PHOENIX AND SURROUNDING AREAS RAINFALL REPORTS...

                                                      RAINFALL (IN)
LOCATION                                              1 HR     24 HR
ADOBE DAM                      PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
AZTEC PARK                     SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.04
BERNEIL WASH                   PARADISE VALLEY        0.00      0.04
CAMP CREEK                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.28
CAREFREE RANCH                 SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.43
CAVE CREEK                     CAVE CREEK             0.00      0.04
CLINE CREEK                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
CLOUDBURST WASH                FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.08
COLUMBIA HILL                  YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.12
DURANGO COMPLEX                PHOENIX                0.00      0.12
FIG SPRINGS                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
FRAESFIELD MTN.                SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.20
GILA @ OLBERG                  GILA RIVER IC          0.00      0.04
GOLDEN EAGLE BLVD.             FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.04
HESPERUS DAM                   FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.04
HESPERUS WASH                  FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.24
HORSESHOE RANCH                YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.08
HUMBOLDT MOUNTAIN              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.20
IBW @ INDIAN BEND RD.          SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.20
IBW @ SWEETWATER               PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
KINGS RANCH                    PINAL COUNTY           0.04      0.04
LAKE MARGUARITE                SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.04
LOST DOG WASH                  SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.08
MAGMA FRS                      PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.08
MCDOWELL MTN. PARK             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
NEW RIVER FIRE                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
NEW RIVER MESA                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
NORTH HEIGHTS DAM              FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.04
PIMA @ JOMAX                   SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.12
PINNACLE PEAK VISTA            SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.28
RACKENSACK CANYON              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
RAWHIDE WASH                   SCOTTSDALE             0.04      0.12
REATA PASS DAM                 SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.12
REATA PASS WASH                SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.08
SALT RIVER LANDFILL            SALT RIVER IC          0.00      0.08
SEVEN SPRINGS                  YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.08
SEVEN SPRINGS WASH             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
SKUNK CR. NR NEW R.            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
SKUNK TANK WASH                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
STAGECOACH WASH                SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.12
STANTON                        YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.04
SUN VALLEY @ NORTHERN          BUCKEYE                0.00      0.12
SUNUP RANCH                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.16
THOMPSON PEAK                  SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.08
THUNDERBIRD ACADEMY            SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.16
UPPER CLINE CREEK              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12

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 241311
PNSPSR

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PHOENIX AZ
600 AM MST THU JUL 24 2014

...PHOENIX AND SURROUNDING AREAS RAINFALL REPORTS...

                                                      RAINFALL (IN)
LOCATION                                              1 HR     24 HR
ADOBE DAM                      PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
AZTEC PARK                     SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.04
BERNEIL WASH                   PARADISE VALLEY        0.00      0.04
CAMP CREEK                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.28
CAREFREE RANCH                 SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.43
CAVE CREEK                     CAVE CREEK             0.00      0.04
CLINE CREEK                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
CLOUDBURST WASH                FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.08
COLUMBIA HILL                  YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.12
DURANGO COMPLEX                PHOENIX                0.00      0.12
FIG SPRINGS                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
FRAESFIELD MTN.                SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.20
GILA @ OLBERG                  GILA RIVER IC          0.00      0.04
GOLDEN EAGLE BLVD.             FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.04
HESPERUS DAM                   FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.04
HESPERUS WASH                  FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.24
HORSESHOE RANCH                YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.08
HUMBOLDT MOUNTAIN              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.20
IBW @ INDIAN BEND RD.          SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.20
IBW @ SWEETWATER               PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
KINGS RANCH                    PINAL COUNTY           0.04      0.04
LAKE MARGUARITE                SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.04
LOST DOG WASH                  SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.08
MAGMA FRS                      PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.08
MCDOWELL MTN. PARK             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
NEW RIVER FIRE                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
NEW RIVER MESA                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
NORTH HEIGHTS DAM              FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.04
PIMA @ JOMAX                   SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.12
PINNACLE PEAK VISTA            SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.28
RACKENSACK CANYON              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
RAWHIDE WASH                   SCOTTSDALE             0.04      0.12
REATA PASS DAM                 SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.12
REATA PASS WASH                SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.08
SALT RIVER LANDFILL            SALT RIVER IC          0.00      0.08
SEVEN SPRINGS                  YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.08
SEVEN SPRINGS WASH             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
SKUNK CR. NR NEW R.            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
SKUNK TANK WASH                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
STAGECOACH WASH                SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.12
STANTON                        YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.04
SUN VALLEY @ NORTHERN          BUCKEYE                0.00      0.12
SUNUP RANCH                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.16
THOMPSON PEAK                  SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.08
THUNDERBIRD ACADEMY            SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.16
UPPER CLINE CREEK              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12

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 KARX 241302
PNSARX
IAZ008>011-018-019-029-030-MNZ079-086>088-094>096-WIZ017-029-
032>034-041>044-053>055-061-250102-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LA CROSSE WI
802 AM CDT THU JUL 24 2014


...LATEST LOW TEMPERATURE REPORTS...

LOCATION                       TEMP      TIME/DATE

...IOWA...

...ALLAMAKEE...
3 SE WATERVILLE                54 F      0607 AM 07/24
POSTVILLE                      56 F      0700 AM 07/24
POSTVILLE                      58 F      0618 AM 07/24

...CHICKASAW...
2 N IONIA                      53 F      0605 AM 07/24
NEW HAMPTON                    55 F      0645 AM 07/24
3 SW RICHFIELD                 55 F      0515 AM 07/24

...CLAYTON...
ELKADER 6SSW                   51 F      0700 AM 07/24
MONONA                         57 F      0609 AM 07/24
STRAWBERRY POINT               58 F      0618 AM 07/24
MONONA                         60 F      0618 AM 07/24

...FAYETTE...
2 S FAYETTE                    53 F      0602 AM 07/24
FAYETTE                        55 F      0700 AM 07/24
OELWEIN MUNICIPAL AIRPORT      55 F      0435 AM 07/24
WEST UNION                     56 F      0553 AM 07/24
4 SSE ARLINGTON                56 F      0609 AM 07/24

...FLOYD...
ROCKFORD                       52 F      0609 AM 07/24
CHARLES CITY AIRPORT           55 F      0415 AM 07/24
CHARLES CITY                   60 F      1000 PM 07/23

...HOWARD...
3 NE RICEVILLE                 54 F      0448 AM 07/24
CRESCO 1NE                     59 F      0700 AM 07/24

...MITCHELL...
SAINT ANSGAR                   54 F      0607 AM 07/24
SAINT ANSGAR                   54 F      0621 AM 07/24
OSAGE                          57 F      0700 AM 07/24

...WINNESHIEK...
4 E NORDNESS                   53 F      0517 AM 07/24
DECORAH MUNICIPAL AIRPORT      55 F      0415 AM 07/24
1 ENE JACKSON JUNCTION         56 F      0609 AM 07/24

...MINNESOTA...

...DODGE...
DODGE CENTER AIRPORT           55 F      0634 AM 07/24

...FILLMORE...
MABEL                          49 F      0655 AM 07/24
PRESTON FILLMORE COUNTY AIRPOR 54 F      0611 AM 07/24
2 ESE CANTON                   56 F      0605 AM 07/24

...HOUSTON...
CALEDONIA                      56 F      0700 AM 07/24

...MOWER...
1 ENE DEXTER                   54 F      0525 AM 07/24
GRAND MEADOW                   54 F      0500 AM 07/24
LE ROY                         54 F      0609 AM 07/24
AUSTIN MUNICIPAL AIRPORT       54 F      0616 AM 07/24

...OLMSTED...
BYRON 4 NORTH                  49 F      0700 AM 07/24
3 SE ROCHESTER                 52 F      0606 AM 07/24
1 SSE STEWARTVILLE             53 F      0628 AM 07/24
3 ESE DOUGLAS                  54 F      0625 AM 07/24
4 ESE DOUGLAS                  54 F      0628 AM 07/24
3 NE ROCHESTER                 55 F      0624 AM 07/24
3 N ROCHESTER                  55 F      0530 AM 07/24
ROCHESTER INTERNATIONAL AIRPOR 56 F      0654 AM 07/24
1 WSW ROCHESTER                56 F      0623 AM 07/24
2 SE EYOTA                     57 F      0450 AM 07/24
MAYO HELIPAD                   58 F      0552 AM 07/24
3 NE ROCHESTER                 58 F      0623 AM 07/24
3 S ROCHESTER                  58 F      0624 AM 07/24

...WABASHA...
1 NE BEAR VALLEY               53 F      0553 AM 07/24
MAZEPPA                        53 F      0629 AM 07/24
2 SSE KELLOGG                  55 F      0605 AM 07/24
PLAINVIEW                      55 F      0609 AM 07/24
1 ENE WABASHA                  57 F      0438 AM 07/24
1 E LAKE CITY                  58 F      0616 AM 07/24
1 N HAMMOND                    59 F      0645 AM 07/24

...WINONA...
SAINT CHARLES                  55 F      0445 AM 07/24
WINONA MUNICIPAL AIRPORT       55 F      0456 AM 07/24
2 WNW UTICA                    58 F      0456 AM 07/24
WINONA DAM 5A                  60 F      0600 AM 07/24

...WISCONSIN...

...ADAMS...
FRIENDSHIP                     50 F      0619 AM 07/24
MONROE CENTER 1E               51 F      0700 AM 07/24
2 SE GRAND MARSH               52 F      0245 AM 07/24

...BUFFALO...
COCHRANE                       56 F      0609 AM 07/24

...CLARK...
1 WNW SIDNEY                   52 F      0624 AM 07/24
LOYAL                          56 F      0544 AM 07/24

...CRAWFORD...
SOLDIERS GROVE 2NE             55 F      0648 AM 07/24
DE SOTO                        57 F      0621 AM 07/24
PRAIRIE DU CHIEN  AIRPORT      58 F      0635 AM 07/24
PRAIRIE DU CHIEN               59 F      0700 AM 07/24

...GRANT...
BOSCOBEL AIRPORT               51 F      0653 AM 07/24
MUSCODA                        53 F      0609 AM 07/24
1 ENE BOSCOBEL                 53 F      0603 AM 07/24
PLATTEVILLE MUNICIPAL AIRPORT  54 F      0535 AM 07/24
HAZEL GREEN                    57 F      0609 AM 07/24
TENNYSON                       58 F      0500 AM 07/24

...JACKSON...
BLACK RIVER FALLS AREA AIRPORT 47 F      0435 AM 07/24
1 NW HUMBIRD                   50 F      0620 AM 07/24
1 E BLACK RIVER FALLS          53 F      0615 AM 07/24
4 WNW BLACK RIVER FALLS        55 F      0309 AM 07/24

...JUNEAU...
VOLK FIELD AIRPORT             50 F      0623 AM 07/24
WI NECEDAH 5 WNW               55 F      0635 AM 07/24
3 NW DELLWOOD                  57 F      0630 AM 07/24
MAUSTON                        57 F      0602 AM 07/24
1 E MAUSTON                    58 F      0603 AM 07/24
NECEDAH                        58 F      0548 AM 07/24

...LA CROSSE...
1 WSW ONALASKA                 58 F      0630 AM 07/24
WFO LA CROSSE                  59 F      1200 AM 07/24
WFO LA CROSSE                  59 F      0635 AM 07/24
1 W FRENCH ISLAND              60 F      0604 AM 07/24
LA CROSSE REGIONAL AIRPORT     60 F      0653 AM 07/24
3 S LA CROSSE                  61 F      0400 AM 07/24

...MONROE...
SPARTA/FORT MC COY AIRPORT     47 F      0615 AM 07/24
2 N TOMAH                      53 F      0604 AM 07/24
2 NW VALLEY JUNCTION           55 F      0545 AM 07/24
4 NNW RIDGEVILLE               58 F      0608 AM 07/24

...RICHLAND...
1 SSE RICHLAND CENTER          54 F      0609 AM 07/24
RICHLAND CENTER 4N             57 F      0700 AM 07/24

...TAYLOR...
3 NE LUBLIN                    47 F      0414 AM 07/24
MEDFORD TAYLOR COUNTY AIRPORT  50 F      0535 AM 07/24
1 E PERKINSTOWN                53 F      0600 AM 07/24

...TREMPEALEAU...
2 WSW GALESVILLE               59 F      0542 AM 07/24

...VERNON...
VIROQUA MUNICIPAL AIRPORT      55 F      0555 AM 07/24

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

$$

NWS LA CROSSE WI


000
NOUS43 KARX 241302
PNSARX
IAZ008>011-018-019-029-030-MNZ079-086>088-094>096-WIZ017-029-
032>034-041>044-053>055-061-250102-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LA CROSSE WI
802 AM CDT THU JUL 24 2014


...LATEST LOW TEMPERATURE REPORTS...

LOCATION                       TEMP      TIME/DATE

...IOWA...

...ALLAMAKEE...
3 SE WATERVILLE                54 F      0607 AM 07/24
POSTVILLE                      56 F      0700 AM 07/24
POSTVILLE                      58 F      0618 AM 07/24

...CHICKASAW...
2 N IONIA                      53 F      0605 AM 07/24
NEW HAMPTON                    55 F      0645 AM 07/24
3 SW RICHFIELD                 55 F      0515 AM 07/24

...CLAYTON...
ELKADER 6SSW                   51 F      0700 AM 07/24
MONONA                         57 F      0609 AM 07/24
STRAWBERRY POINT               58 F      0618 AM 07/24
MONONA                         60 F      0618 AM 07/24

...FAYETTE...
2 S FAYETTE                    53 F      0602 AM 07/24
FAYETTE                        55 F      0700 AM 07/24
OELWEIN MUNICIPAL AIRPORT      55 F      0435 AM 07/24
WEST UNION                     56 F      0553 AM 07/24
4 SSE ARLINGTON                56 F      0609 AM 07/24

...FLOYD...
ROCKFORD                       52 F      0609 AM 07/24
CHARLES CITY AIRPORT           55 F      0415 AM 07/24
CHARLES CITY                   60 F      1000 PM 07/23

...HOWARD...
3 NE RICEVILLE                 54 F      0448 AM 07/24
CRESCO 1NE                     59 F      0700 AM 07/24

...MITCHELL...
SAINT ANSGAR                   54 F      0607 AM 07/24
SAINT ANSGAR                   54 F      0621 AM 07/24
OSAGE                          57 F      0700 AM 07/24

...WINNESHIEK...
4 E NORDNESS                   53 F      0517 AM 07/24
DECORAH MUNICIPAL AIRPORT      55 F      0415 AM 07/24
1 ENE JACKSON JUNCTION         56 F      0609 AM 07/24

...MINNESOTA...

...DODGE...
DODGE CENTER AIRPORT           55 F      0634 AM 07/24

...FILLMORE...
MABEL                          49 F      0655 AM 07/24
PRESTON FILLMORE COUNTY AIRPOR 54 F      0611 AM 07/24
2 ESE CANTON                   56 F      0605 AM 07/24

...HOUSTON...
CALEDONIA                      56 F      0700 AM 07/24

...MOWER...
1 ENE DEXTER                   54 F      0525 AM 07/24
GRAND MEADOW                   54 F      0500 AM 07/24
LE ROY                         54 F      0609 AM 07/24
AUSTIN MUNICIPAL AIRPORT       54 F      0616 AM 07/24

...OLMSTED...
BYRON 4 NORTH                  49 F      0700 AM 07/24
3 SE ROCHESTER                 52 F      0606 AM 07/24
1 SSE STEWARTVILLE             53 F      0628 AM 07/24
3 ESE DOUGLAS                  54 F      0625 AM 07/24
4 ESE DOUGLAS                  54 F      0628 AM 07/24
3 NE ROCHESTER                 55 F      0624 AM 07/24
3 N ROCHESTER                  55 F      0530 AM 07/24
ROCHESTER INTERNATIONAL AIRPOR 56 F      0654 AM 07/24
1 WSW ROCHESTER                56 F      0623 AM 07/24
2 SE EYOTA                     57 F      0450 AM 07/24
MAYO HELIPAD                   58 F      0552 AM 07/24
3 NE ROCHESTER                 58 F      0623 AM 07/24
3 S ROCHESTER                  58 F      0624 AM 07/24

...WABASHA...
1 NE BEAR VALLEY               53 F      0553 AM 07/24
MAZEPPA                        53 F      0629 AM 07/24
2 SSE KELLOGG                  55 F      0605 AM 07/24
PLAINVIEW                      55 F      0609 AM 07/24
1 ENE WABASHA                  57 F      0438 AM 07/24
1 E LAKE CITY                  58 F      0616 AM 07/24
1 N HAMMOND                    59 F      0645 AM 07/24

...WINONA...
SAINT CHARLES                  55 F      0445 AM 07/24
WINONA MUNICIPAL AIRPORT       55 F      0456 AM 07/24
2 WNW UTICA                    58 F      0456 AM 07/24
WINONA DAM 5A                  60 F      0600 AM 07/24

...WISCONSIN...

...ADAMS...
FRIENDSHIP                     50 F      0619 AM 07/24
MONROE CENTER 1E               51 F      0700 AM 07/24
2 SE GRAND MARSH               52 F      0245 AM 07/24

...BUFFALO...
COCHRANE                       56 F      0609 AM 07/24

...CLARK...
1 WNW SIDNEY                   52 F      0624 AM 07/24
LOYAL                          56 F      0544 AM 07/24

...CRAWFORD...
SOLDIERS GROVE 2NE             55 F      0648 AM 07/24
DE SOTO                        57 F      0621 AM 07/24
PRAIRIE DU CHIEN  AIRPORT      58 F      0635 AM 07/24
PRAIRIE DU CHIEN               59 F      0700 AM 07/24

...GRANT...
BOSCOBEL AIRPORT               51 F      0653 AM 07/24
MUSCODA                        53 F      0609 AM 07/24
1 ENE BOSCOBEL                 53 F      0603 AM 07/24
PLATTEVILLE MUNICIPAL AIRPORT  54 F      0535 AM 07/24
HAZEL GREEN                    57 F      0609 AM 07/24
TENNYSON                       58 F      0500 AM 07/24

...JACKSON...
BLACK RIVER FALLS AREA AIRPORT 47 F      0435 AM 07/24
1 NW HUMBIRD                   50 F      0620 AM 07/24
1 E BLACK RIVER FALLS          53 F      0615 AM 07/24
4 WNW BLACK RIVER FALLS        55 F      0309 AM 07/24

...JUNEAU...
VOLK FIELD AIRPORT             50 F      0623 AM 07/24
WI NECEDAH 5 WNW               55 F      0635 AM 07/24
3 NW DELLWOOD                  57 F      0630 AM 07/24
MAUSTON                        57 F      0602 AM 07/24
1 E MAUSTON                    58 F      0603 AM 07/24
NECEDAH                        58 F      0548 AM 07/24

...LA CROSSE...
1 WSW ONALASKA                 58 F      0630 AM 07/24
WFO LA CROSSE                  59 F      1200 AM 07/24
WFO LA CROSSE                  59 F      0635 AM 07/24
1 W FRENCH ISLAND              60 F      0604 AM 07/24
LA CROSSE REGIONAL AIRPORT     60 F      0653 AM 07/24
3 S LA CROSSE                  61 F      0400 AM 07/24

...MONROE...
SPARTA/FORT MC COY AIRPORT     47 F      0615 AM 07/24
2 N TOMAH                      53 F      0604 AM 07/24
2 NW VALLEY JUNCTION           55 F      0545 AM 07/24
4 NNW RIDGEVILLE               58 F      0608 AM 07/24

...RICHLAND...
1 SSE RICHLAND CENTER          54 F      0609 AM 07/24
RICHLAND CENTER 4N             57 F      0700 AM 07/24

...TAYLOR...
3 NE LUBLIN                    47 F      0414 AM 07/24
MEDFORD TAYLOR COUNTY AIRPORT  50 F      0535 AM 07/24
1 E PERKINSTOWN                53 F      0600 AM 07/24

...TREMPEALEAU...
2 WSW GALESVILLE               59 F      0542 AM 07/24

...VERNON...
VIROQUA MUNICIPAL AIRPORT      55 F      0555 AM 07/24

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

$$

NWS LA CROSSE WI



000
NOUS41 KRNK 241242
PNSRNK
NCZ001>006-018>020-VAZ007-009>020-022>024-032>035-043>047-058-059-
WVZ042>045-250100-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BLACKSBURG VA
841 AM EDT THU JUL 24 2014

...PRECIPITATION TOTALS...

THE FOLLOWING IS A LIST OF UNOFFICIAL PRECIPITATION TOTALS FOR A 24
HOUR PERIOD ENDING AT  7 AM THURSDAY. THESE REPORTS ARE FROM A
COMBINATION OF SOURCES INCLUDING COOP OBSERVERS...IFLOWS GAGES...AND
ASOS AND HAVE NOT BEEN QUALITY CONTROLLED.


NORTH CAROLINA


...ALLEGHANY COUNTY...

    0.09   LITTLE R/SPARTA IFLOWS

...ASHE COUNTY...

    0.05   ASHE COUNTY AP
    0.02   LANSING RG DCP

...CASWELL COUNTY...

    0.07   CASWELL GAME LANDS RAWS

...ROCKINGHAM COUNTY...

    0.63   EDEN COOP
    0.20   REIDSVILLE COOP

...STOKES COUNTY...

    0.05   DAN RIVER AT PINE HALL
    0.05   KING COOP
    0.02   DANBURY COOP

...SURRY COUNTY...

    0.10   MOUNT AIRY COOP

...WATAUGA COUNTY...

    0.67   PARKWAY SCHOOL IFLOWS
    0.49   TRIPLETT RG DCP
    0.10   WATAUGA R/FOSCOE IFLOWS
    0.03   BOONE 1 SE COOP
    0.01   BOONE RG (TVA)
    0.01   MF NEW RIVER IFLOWS SG

...WILKES COUNTY...

    0.03   RENDEZVOUS MTN RAWS SITE
    0.02   NORTH WILKESBORO COOP
    0.01   ROARING RIVER DCP
    0.01   ELK CREEK AT ELKVILLE DCP


VIRGINIA


...ALLEGHANY COUNTY...

    1.46   RICH PATCH IFLOWS
    1.06   OGLE CREEK IFLOWS
    0.87   LOW MOOR IFLOWS
    0.83   PETERS MTN IFLOWS
    0.80   COVINGTON FP COOP
    0.44   DUNLAP CREEK NR COVINGTON
    0.24   WARM SPRINGS MTN IFLOWS
    0.24   NICHOLLS KNOB IFLOWS
    0.21   GATHRIGHT DAM COOP

...APPOMATTOX COUNTY...

    0.45   APPOMATTOX COOP

...BATH COUNTY...

    0.26   GATHRIGHT DAM DCP
    0.26   LIME KILN RAWS
    0.25   MOUNTAIN GROVE COOP
    0.24   JORDON TOP IFLOWS
    0.24   CASSIDY BRIDGE IFLOWS
    0.23   BACK CREEK AT SUNRISE (BLW PSS)
    0.16   INGALLS FIELD IFLOWS
    0.16   HOT SPRINGS COOP
    0.15   JACKSON RIVER NR BACOVA
    0.12   TRAPPERS LODGE IFLOWS
    0.08   MILL CRK/CO LINE IFLOWS
    0.04   DOUTHAT ST PK IFLOWS
    0.04   INGALLS FIELD AIRPORT

...BEDFORD COUNTY...

    0.16   HUDDLESTON 4 SW COOP
    0.10   HOLCOMB ROCK COOP

...BLAND COUNTY...

    0.42   BASTIAN/CLEAR FORK DCP

...BOTETOURT COUNTY...

    0.48   EAGLE ROCK IFLOWS
    0.16   APPLE ORCHARD IFLOWS

...CAMPBELL COUNTY...

    0.47   BROOKNEAL COOP
    0.31   LYNCHBURG AP (ASOS)

...CARROLL COUNTY...

    1.03   WOODLAWN IFLOWS
    0.47   BUFFALO MTN. IFLOWS
    0.16   FANCY GAP IFLOWS
    0.12   GLADESBORO IFLOWS
    0.11   LAUREL FORK DCP
    0.01   TWIN COUNTY APT
    0.01   GALAX WATER PLANT COOP

...CHARLOTTE COUNTY...

    0.35   CHARLOTTE COURTHOUSE COOP

...CITY OF DANVILLE...

    0.36   DANVILLE AP (ASOS)

...CITY OF ROANOKE...

    0.04   ROANOKE

...CRAIG COUNTY...

    0.04   POTTS MTN. IFLOWS

...FRANKLIN COUNTY...

    0.04   ADNEY GAP IFLOWS
    0.04   SIMMONDS GAP IFLOWS
    0.04   FERRUM IFLOWS
    0.01   MAGGODEE CK IFLOWS

...GILES COUNTY...

    0.12   SPRUCE RUN IFLOWS
    0.12   MOUNTAIN LAKE BIO IFLOWS
    0.04   BUTT MTN IFLOWS

...GRAYSON COUNTY...

    0.07   TROUTDALE DCP

...HALIFAX COUNTY...

    0.40   SOUTH BOSTON COOP
    0.05   RANDOLPH

...HENRY COUNTY...

    0.08   MARROWBONE RES. IFLOWS
    0.04   PHILPOTT DAM
    0.04   MT HERMON CHURCH IFLOWS
    0.04   MARTINSVILLE FILTER COOP
    0.01   BLUE RIDGE AIRPORT (AWOS)

...MONTGOMERY COUNTY...

    0.04   POOR MTN. IFLOWS
    0.04   BRUSH MTN IFLOWS

...NELSON COUNTY...

    0.08   BENT CREEK

...PATRICK COUNTY...

    0.91   SLATE MTN. IFLOWS
    0.91   MEADOWS OF DAN COOP
    0.12   BUSTED ROCK #1 IFLOWS
    0.09   STUART COOP
    0.08   CIRCLE M IFLOWS
    0.08   WILLOW HILL CHRCH IFLOWS
    0.05   WOOLWINE COOP
    0.04   DRY POND IFLOWS
    0.04   TROT VALLEY IFLOWS
    0.04   BUSTED ROCK #2 IFLOWS

...PITTSYLVANIA COUNTY...

    0.11   CHATHAM COOP

...PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY...

    0.27   FARMVILLE REGNL APT

...PULASKI COUNTY...

    0.49   RADFORD COOP

...ROANOKE COUNTY...

    0.31   MASON CREEK IFLOWS
    0.04   FORT LEWIS MTN IFLOWS

...ROCKBRIDGE COUNTY...

    0.71   N. BUFFALO CRK IFLOWS
    0.24   BUFFALO CK AT MURAT IFLOWS SG/RG
    0.17   GLENPED RAWS
    0.12   ROCKBRIDGE BATHS
    0.08   LEXINGTON IFLOWS/COOP
    0.04   VESUVIUS IFLOWS
    0.04   GLASGOW IFLOWS SG/RG
    0.04   NORTH MTN IFLOWS
    0.03   BUENA VISTA COOP
    0.01   GLASGOW 1 SE COOP

...SMYTH COUNTY...

    0.72   LITTLE BRUSHY IFLOWS
    0.18   SALTVILLE COOP
    0.17   SALTVILLE RG (TVA)

...TAZEWELL COUNTY...

    0.28   BLUESTONE IFLOWS
    0.22   RICHLANDS COOP
    0.16   CUMBERLAND HTS IFLOWS
    0.12   XMAS TREE HILL IFLOWS
    0.01   RICHLANDS RG (TVA)

...WYTHE COUNTY...

    0.51   CRAWFISH VALLEY IFLOWS
    0.28   WYTHEVILLE COOP


WEST VIRGINIA


...GREENBRIER COUNTY...

    1.80   WHITE SULPHUR SPGS DCP
    1.54   WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS COOP
    1.42   MCROSS 3E COOP
    0.71   WILLIAMSBURG VFD IFLOWS
    0.60   LEWISBURG 3 N COOP
    0.55   BLUE BEND IFLOWS
    0.40   MEADOW BLUFF IFLOWS
    0.04   BRUSHY MTN IFLOWS

...MERCER COUNTY...

    0.12   MATAOKA IFLOWS
    0.08   EGERIA IFLOWS
    0.04   ARISTA IFLOWS
    0.04   BRAMWELL IFLOWS
    0.01   BLUEFIELD COOP

...MONROE COUNTY...

    0.08   UNION IFLOWS

...SUMMERS COUNTY...

    0.16   KEENEY KNOB IFLOWS
    0.12   ELLISON RIDGE IFLOWS
    0.08   BLUESTONE LAKE COOP
    0.02   BLUESTONE R. AT PIPESTEM

$$
FISHER


000
NOUS41 KRNK 241242
PNSRNK
NCZ001>006-018>020-VAZ007-009>020-022>024-032>035-043>047-058-059-
WVZ042>045-250100-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BLACKSBURG VA
841 AM EDT THU JUL 24 2014

...PRECIPITATION TOTALS...

THE FOLLOWING IS A LIST OF UNOFFICIAL PRECIPITATION TOTALS FOR A 24
HOUR PERIOD ENDING AT  7 AM THURSDAY. THESE REPORTS ARE FROM A
COMBINATION OF SOURCES INCLUDING COOP OBSERVERS...IFLOWS GAGES...AND
ASOS AND HAVE NOT BEEN QUALITY CONTROLLED.


NORTH CAROLINA


...ALLEGHANY COUNTY...

    0.09   LITTLE R/SPARTA IFLOWS

...ASHE COUNTY...

    0.05   ASHE COUNTY AP
    0.02   LANSING RG DCP

...CASWELL COUNTY...

    0.07   CASWELL GAME LANDS RAWS

...ROCKINGHAM COUNTY...

    0.63   EDEN COOP
    0.20   REIDSVILLE COOP

...STOKES COUNTY...

    0.05   DAN RIVER AT PINE HALL
    0.05   KING COOP
    0.02   DANBURY COOP

...SURRY COUNTY...

    0.10   MOUNT AIRY COOP

...WATAUGA COUNTY...

    0.67   PARKWAY SCHOOL IFLOWS
    0.49   TRIPLETT RG DCP
    0.10   WATAUGA R/FOSCOE IFLOWS
    0.03   BOONE 1 SE COOP
    0.01   BOONE RG (TVA)
    0.01   MF NEW RIVER IFLOWS SG

...WILKES COUNTY...

    0.03   RENDEZVOUS MTN RAWS SITE
    0.02   NORTH WILKESBORO COOP
    0.01   ROARING RIVER DCP
    0.01   ELK CREEK AT ELKVILLE DCP


VIRGINIA


...ALLEGHANY COUNTY...

    1.46   RICH PATCH IFLOWS
    1.06   OGLE CREEK IFLOWS
    0.87   LOW MOOR IFLOWS
    0.83   PETERS MTN IFLOWS
    0.80   COVINGTON FP COOP
    0.44   DUNLAP CREEK NR COVINGTON
    0.24   WARM SPRINGS MTN IFLOWS
    0.24   NICHOLLS KNOB IFLOWS
    0.21   GATHRIGHT DAM COOP

...APPOMATTOX COUNTY...

    0.45   APPOMATTOX COOP

...BATH COUNTY...

    0.26   GATHRIGHT DAM DCP
    0.26   LIME KILN RAWS
    0.25   MOUNTAIN GROVE COOP
    0.24   JORDON TOP IFLOWS
    0.24   CASSIDY BRIDGE IFLOWS
    0.23   BACK CREEK AT SUNRISE (BLW PSS)
    0.16   INGALLS FIELD IFLOWS
    0.16   HOT SPRINGS COOP
    0.15   JACKSON RIVER NR BACOVA
    0.12   TRAPPERS LODGE IFLOWS
    0.08   MILL CRK/CO LINE IFLOWS
    0.04   DOUTHAT ST PK IFLOWS
    0.04   INGALLS FIELD AIRPORT

...BEDFORD COUNTY...

    0.16   HUDDLESTON 4 SW COOP
    0.10   HOLCOMB ROCK COOP

...BLAND COUNTY...

    0.42   BASTIAN/CLEAR FORK DCP

...BOTETOURT COUNTY...

    0.48   EAGLE ROCK IFLOWS
    0.16   APPLE ORCHARD IFLOWS

...CAMPBELL COUNTY...

    0.47   BROOKNEAL COOP
    0.31   LYNCHBURG AP (ASOS)

...CARROLL COUNTY...

    1.03   WOODLAWN IFLOWS
    0.47   BUFFALO MTN. IFLOWS
    0.16   FANCY GAP IFLOWS
    0.12   GLADESBORO IFLOWS
    0.11   LAUREL FORK DCP
    0.01   TWIN COUNTY APT
    0.01   GALAX WATER PLANT COOP

...CHARLOTTE COUNTY...

    0.35   CHARLOTTE COURTHOUSE COOP

...CITY OF DANVILLE...

    0.36   DANVILLE AP (ASOS)

...CITY OF ROANOKE...

    0.04   ROANOKE

...CRAIG COUNTY...

    0.04   POTTS MTN. IFLOWS

...FRANKLIN COUNTY...

    0.04   ADNEY GAP IFLOWS
    0.04   SIMMONDS GAP IFLOWS
    0.04   FERRUM IFLOWS
    0.01   MAGGODEE CK IFLOWS

...GILES COUNTY...

    0.12   SPRUCE RUN IFLOWS
    0.12   MOUNTAIN LAKE BIO IFLOWS
    0.04   BUTT MTN IFLOWS

...GRAYSON COUNTY...

    0.07   TROUTDALE DCP

...HALIFAX COUNTY...

    0.40   SOUTH BOSTON COOP
    0.05   RANDOLPH

...HENRY COUNTY...

    0.08   MARROWBONE RES. IFLOWS
    0.04   PHILPOTT DAM
    0.04   MT HERMON CHURCH IFLOWS
    0.04   MARTINSVILLE FILTER COOP
    0.01   BLUE RIDGE AIRPORT (AWOS)

...MONTGOMERY COUNTY...

    0.04   POOR MTN. IFLOWS
    0.04   BRUSH MTN IFLOWS

...NELSON COUNTY...

    0.08   BENT CREEK

...PATRICK COUNTY...

    0.91   SLATE MTN. IFLOWS
    0.91   MEADOWS OF DAN COOP
    0.12   BUSTED ROCK #1 IFLOWS
    0.09   STUART COOP
    0.08   CIRCLE M IFLOWS
    0.08   WILLOW HILL CHRCH IFLOWS
    0.05   WOOLWINE COOP
    0.04   DRY POND IFLOWS
    0.04   TROT VALLEY IFLOWS
    0.04   BUSTED ROCK #2 IFLOWS

...PITTSYLVANIA COUNTY...

    0.11   CHATHAM COOP

...PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY...

    0.27   FARMVILLE REGNL APT

...PULASKI COUNTY...

    0.49   RADFORD COOP

...ROANOKE COUNTY...

    0.31   MASON CREEK IFLOWS
    0.04   FORT LEWIS MTN IFLOWS

...ROCKBRIDGE COUNTY...

    0.71   N. BUFFALO CRK IFLOWS
    0.24   BUFFALO CK AT MURAT IFLOWS SG/RG
    0.17   GLENPED RAWS
    0.12   ROCKBRIDGE BATHS
    0.08   LEXINGTON IFLOWS/COOP
    0.04   VESUVIUS IFLOWS
    0.04   GLASGOW IFLOWS SG/RG
    0.04   NORTH MTN IFLOWS
    0.03   BUENA VISTA COOP
    0.01   GLASGOW 1 SE COOP

...SMYTH COUNTY...

    0.72   LITTLE BRUSHY IFLOWS
    0.18   SALTVILLE COOP
    0.17   SALTVILLE RG (TVA)

...TAZEWELL COUNTY...

    0.28   BLUESTONE IFLOWS
    0.22   RICHLANDS COOP
    0.16   CUMBERLAND HTS IFLOWS
    0.12   XMAS TREE HILL IFLOWS
    0.01   RICHLANDS RG (TVA)

...WYTHE COUNTY...

    0.51   CRAWFISH VALLEY IFLOWS
    0.28   WYTHEVILLE COOP


WEST VIRGINIA


...GREENBRIER COUNTY...

    1.80   WHITE SULPHUR SPGS DCP
    1.54   WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS COOP
    1.42   MCROSS 3E COOP
    0.71   WILLIAMSBURG VFD IFLOWS
    0.60   LEWISBURG 3 N COOP
    0.55   BLUE BEND IFLOWS
    0.40   MEADOW BLUFF IFLOWS
    0.04   BRUSHY MTN IFLOWS

...MERCER COUNTY...

    0.12   MATAOKA IFLOWS
    0.08   EGERIA IFLOWS
    0.04   ARISTA IFLOWS
    0.04   BRAMWELL IFLOWS
    0.01   BLUEFIELD COOP

...MONROE COUNTY...

    0.08   UNION IFLOWS

...SUMMERS COUNTY...

    0.16   KEENEY KNOB IFLOWS
    0.12   ELLISON RIDGE IFLOWS
    0.08   BLUESTONE LAKE COOP
    0.02   BLUESTONE R. AT PIPESTEM

$$
FISHER


000
NOUS41 KRNK 241242
PNSRNK
NCZ001>006-018>020-VAZ007-009>020-022>024-032>035-043>047-058-059-
WVZ042>045-250100-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BLACKSBURG VA
841 AM EDT THU JUL 24 2014

...PRECIPITATION TOTALS...

THE FOLLOWING IS A LIST OF UNOFFICIAL PRECIPITATION TOTALS FOR A 24
HOUR PERIOD ENDING AT  7 AM THURSDAY. THESE REPORTS ARE FROM A
COMBINATION OF SOURCES INCLUDING COOP OBSERVERS...IFLOWS GAGES...AND
ASOS AND HAVE NOT BEEN QUALITY CONTROLLED.


NORTH CAROLINA


...ALLEGHANY COUNTY...

    0.09   LITTLE R/SPARTA IFLOWS

...ASHE COUNTY...

    0.05   ASHE COUNTY AP
    0.02   LANSING RG DCP

...CASWELL COUNTY...

    0.07   CASWELL GAME LANDS RAWS

...ROCKINGHAM COUNTY...

    0.63   EDEN COOP
    0.20   REIDSVILLE COOP

...STOKES COUNTY...

    0.05   DAN RIVER AT PINE HALL
    0.05   KING COOP
    0.02   DANBURY COOP

...SURRY COUNTY...

    0.10   MOUNT AIRY COOP

...WATAUGA COUNTY...

    0.67   PARKWAY SCHOOL IFLOWS
    0.49   TRIPLETT RG DCP
    0.10   WATAUGA R/FOSCOE IFLOWS
    0.03   BOONE 1 SE COOP
    0.01   BOONE RG (TVA)
    0.01   MF NEW RIVER IFLOWS SG

...WILKES COUNTY...

    0.03   RENDEZVOUS MTN RAWS SITE
    0.02   NORTH WILKESBORO COOP
    0.01   ROARING RIVER DCP
    0.01   ELK CREEK AT ELKVILLE DCP


VIRGINIA


...ALLEGHANY COUNTY...

    1.46   RICH PATCH IFLOWS
    1.06   OGLE CREEK IFLOWS
    0.87   LOW MOOR IFLOWS
    0.83   PETERS MTN IFLOWS
    0.80   COVINGTON FP COOP
    0.44   DUNLAP CREEK NR COVINGTON
    0.24   WARM SPRINGS MTN IFLOWS
    0.24   NICHOLLS KNOB IFLOWS
    0.21   GATHRIGHT DAM COOP

...APPOMATTOX COUNTY...

    0.45   APPOMATTOX COOP

...BATH COUNTY...

    0.26   GATHRIGHT DAM DCP
    0.26   LIME KILN RAWS
    0.25   MOUNTAIN GROVE COOP
    0.24   JORDON TOP IFLOWS
    0.24   CASSIDY BRIDGE IFLOWS
    0.23   BACK CREEK AT SUNRISE (BLW PSS)
    0.16   INGALLS FIELD IFLOWS
    0.16   HOT SPRINGS COOP
    0.15   JACKSON RIVER NR BACOVA
    0.12   TRAPPERS LODGE IFLOWS
    0.08   MILL CRK/CO LINE IFLOWS
    0.04   DOUTHAT ST PK IFLOWS
    0.04   INGALLS FIELD AIRPORT

...BEDFORD COUNTY...

    0.16   HUDDLESTON 4 SW COOP
    0.10   HOLCOMB ROCK COOP

...BLAND COUNTY...

    0.42   BASTIAN/CLEAR FORK DCP

...BOTETOURT COUNTY...

    0.48   EAGLE ROCK IFLOWS
    0.16   APPLE ORCHARD IFLOWS

...CAMPBELL COUNTY...

    0.47   BROOKNEAL COOP
    0.31   LYNCHBURG AP (ASOS)

...CARROLL COUNTY...

    1.03   WOODLAWN IFLOWS
    0.47   BUFFALO MTN. IFLOWS
    0.16   FANCY GAP IFLOWS
    0.12   GLADESBORO IFLOWS
    0.11   LAUREL FORK DCP
    0.01   TWIN COUNTY APT
    0.01   GALAX WATER PLANT COOP

...CHARLOTTE COUNTY...

    0.35   CHARLOTTE COURTHOUSE COOP

...CITY OF DANVILLE...

    0.36   DANVILLE AP (ASOS)

...CITY OF ROANOKE...

    0.04   ROANOKE

...CRAIG COUNTY...

    0.04   POTTS MTN. IFLOWS

...FRANKLIN COUNTY...

    0.04   ADNEY GAP IFLOWS
    0.04   SIMMONDS GAP IFLOWS
    0.04   FERRUM IFLOWS
    0.01   MAGGODEE CK IFLOWS

...GILES COUNTY...

    0.12   SPRUCE RUN IFLOWS
    0.12   MOUNTAIN LAKE BIO IFLOWS
    0.04   BUTT MTN IFLOWS

...GRAYSON COUNTY...

    0.07   TROUTDALE DCP

...HALIFAX COUNTY...

    0.40   SOUTH BOSTON COOP
    0.05   RANDOLPH

...HENRY COUNTY...

    0.08   MARROWBONE RES. IFLOWS
    0.04   PHILPOTT DAM
    0.04   MT HERMON CHURCH IFLOWS
    0.04   MARTINSVILLE FILTER COOP
    0.01   BLUE RIDGE AIRPORT (AWOS)

...MONTGOMERY COUNTY...

    0.04   POOR MTN. IFLOWS
    0.04   BRUSH MTN IFLOWS

...NELSON COUNTY...

    0.08   BENT CREEK

...PATRICK COUNTY...

    0.91   SLATE MTN. IFLOWS
    0.91   MEADOWS OF DAN COOP
    0.12   BUSTED ROCK #1 IFLOWS
    0.09   STUART COOP
    0.08   CIRCLE M IFLOWS
    0.08   WILLOW HILL CHRCH IFLOWS
    0.05   WOOLWINE COOP
    0.04   DRY POND IFLOWS
    0.04   TROT VALLEY IFLOWS
    0.04   BUSTED ROCK #2 IFLOWS

...PITTSYLVANIA COUNTY...

    0.11   CHATHAM COOP

...PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY...

    0.27   FARMVILLE REGNL APT

...PULASKI COUNTY...

    0.49   RADFORD COOP

...ROANOKE COUNTY...

    0.31   MASON CREEK IFLOWS
    0.04   FORT LEWIS MTN IFLOWS

...ROCKBRIDGE COUNTY...

    0.71   N. BUFFALO CRK IFLOWS
    0.24   BUFFALO CK AT MURAT IFLOWS SG/RG
    0.17   GLENPED RAWS
    0.12   ROCKBRIDGE BATHS
    0.08   LEXINGTON IFLOWS/COOP
    0.04   VESUVIUS IFLOWS
    0.04   GLASGOW IFLOWS SG/RG
    0.04   NORTH MTN IFLOWS
    0.03   BUENA VISTA COOP
    0.01   GLASGOW 1 SE COOP

...SMYTH COUNTY...

    0.72   LITTLE BRUSHY IFLOWS
    0.18   SALTVILLE COOP
    0.17   SALTVILLE RG (TVA)

...TAZEWELL COUNTY...

    0.28   BLUESTONE IFLOWS
    0.22   RICHLANDS COOP
    0.16   CUMBERLAND HTS IFLOWS
    0.12   XMAS TREE HILL IFLOWS
    0.01   RICHLANDS RG (TVA)

...WYTHE COUNTY...

    0.51   CRAWFISH VALLEY IFLOWS
    0.28   WYTHEVILLE COOP


WEST VIRGINIA


...GREENBRIER COUNTY...

    1.80   WHITE SULPHUR SPGS DCP
    1.54   WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS COOP
    1.42   MCROSS 3E COOP
    0.71   WILLIAMSBURG VFD IFLOWS
    0.60   LEWISBURG 3 N COOP
    0.55   BLUE BEND IFLOWS
    0.40   MEADOW BLUFF IFLOWS
    0.04   BRUSHY MTN IFLOWS

...MERCER COUNTY...

    0.12   MATAOKA IFLOWS
    0.08   EGERIA IFLOWS
    0.04   ARISTA IFLOWS
    0.04   BRAMWELL IFLOWS
    0.01   BLUEFIELD COOP

...MONROE COUNTY...

    0.08   UNION IFLOWS

...SUMMERS COUNTY...

    0.16   KEENEY KNOB IFLOWS
    0.12   ELLISON RIDGE IFLOWS
    0.08   BLUESTONE LAKE COOP
    0.02   BLUESTONE R. AT PIPESTEM

$$
FISHER


000
NOUS41 KRNK 241242
PNSRNK
NCZ001>006-018>020-VAZ007-009>020-022>024-032>035-043>047-058-059-
WVZ042>045-250100-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BLACKSBURG VA
841 AM EDT THU JUL 24 2014

...PRECIPITATION TOTALS...

THE FOLLOWING IS A LIST OF UNOFFICIAL PRECIPITATION TOTALS FOR A 24
HOUR PERIOD ENDING AT  7 AM THURSDAY. THESE REPORTS ARE FROM A
COMBINATION OF SOURCES INCLUDING COOP OBSERVERS...IFLOWS GAGES...AND
ASOS AND HAVE NOT BEEN QUALITY CONTROLLED.


NORTH CAROLINA


...ALLEGHANY COUNTY...

    0.09   LITTLE R/SPARTA IFLOWS

...ASHE COUNTY...

    0.05   ASHE COUNTY AP
    0.02   LANSING RG DCP

...CASWELL COUNTY...

    0.07   CASWELL GAME LANDS RAWS

...ROCKINGHAM COUNTY...

    0.63   EDEN COOP
    0.20   REIDSVILLE COOP

...STOKES COUNTY...

    0.05   DAN RIVER AT PINE HALL
    0.05   KING COOP
    0.02   DANBURY COOP

...SURRY COUNTY...

    0.10   MOUNT AIRY COOP

...WATAUGA COUNTY...

    0.67   PARKWAY SCHOOL IFLOWS
    0.49   TRIPLETT RG DCP
    0.10   WATAUGA R/FOSCOE IFLOWS
    0.03   BOONE 1 SE COOP
    0.01   BOONE RG (TVA)
    0.01   MF NEW RIVER IFLOWS SG

...WILKES COUNTY...

    0.03   RENDEZVOUS MTN RAWS SITE
    0.02   NORTH WILKESBORO COOP
    0.01   ROARING RIVER DCP
    0.01   ELK CREEK AT ELKVILLE DCP


VIRGINIA


...ALLEGHANY COUNTY...

    1.46   RICH PATCH IFLOWS
    1.06   OGLE CREEK IFLOWS
    0.87   LOW MOOR IFLOWS
    0.83   PETERS MTN IFLOWS
    0.80   COVINGTON FP COOP
    0.44   DUNLAP CREEK NR COVINGTON
    0.24   WARM SPRINGS MTN IFLOWS
    0.24   NICHOLLS KNOB IFLOWS
    0.21   GATHRIGHT DAM COOP

...APPOMATTOX COUNTY...

    0.45   APPOMATTOX COOP

...BATH COUNTY...

    0.26   GATHRIGHT DAM DCP
    0.26   LIME KILN RAWS
    0.25   MOUNTAIN GROVE COOP
    0.24   JORDON TOP IFLOWS
    0.24   CASSIDY BRIDGE IFLOWS
    0.23   BACK CREEK AT SUNRISE (BLW PSS)
    0.16   INGALLS FIELD IFLOWS
    0.16   HOT SPRINGS COOP
    0.15   JACKSON RIVER NR BACOVA
    0.12   TRAPPERS LODGE IFLOWS
    0.08   MILL CRK/CO LINE IFLOWS
    0.04   DOUTHAT ST PK IFLOWS
    0.04   INGALLS FIELD AIRPORT

...BEDFORD COUNTY...

    0.16   HUDDLESTON 4 SW COOP
    0.10   HOLCOMB ROCK COOP

...BLAND COUNTY...

    0.42   BASTIAN/CLEAR FORK DCP

...BOTETOURT COUNTY...

    0.48   EAGLE ROCK IFLOWS
    0.16   APPLE ORCHARD IFLOWS

...CAMPBELL COUNTY...

    0.47   BROOKNEAL COOP
    0.31   LYNCHBURG AP (ASOS)

...CARROLL COUNTY...

    1.03   WOODLAWN IFLOWS
    0.47   BUFFALO MTN. IFLOWS
    0.16   FANCY GAP IFLOWS
    0.12   GLADESBORO IFLOWS
    0.11   LAUREL FORK DCP
    0.01   TWIN COUNTY APT
    0.01   GALAX WATER PLANT COOP

...CHARLOTTE COUNTY...

    0.35   CHARLOTTE COURTHOUSE COOP

...CITY OF DANVILLE...

    0.36   DANVILLE AP (ASOS)

...CITY OF ROANOKE...

    0.04   ROANOKE

...CRAIG COUNTY...

    0.04   POTTS MTN. IFLOWS

...FRANKLIN COUNTY...

    0.04   ADNEY GAP IFLOWS
    0.04   SIMMONDS GAP IFLOWS
    0.04   FERRUM IFLOWS
    0.01   MAGGODEE CK IFLOWS

...GILES COUNTY...

    0.12   SPRUCE RUN IFLOWS
    0.12   MOUNTAIN LAKE BIO IFLOWS
    0.04   BUTT MTN IFLOWS

...GRAYSON COUNTY...

    0.07   TROUTDALE DCP

...HALIFAX COUNTY...

    0.40   SOUTH BOSTON COOP
    0.05   RANDOLPH

...HENRY COUNTY...

    0.08   MARROWBONE RES. IFLOWS
    0.04   PHILPOTT DAM
    0.04   MT HERMON CHURCH IFLOWS
    0.04   MARTINSVILLE FILTER COOP
    0.01   BLUE RIDGE AIRPORT (AWOS)

...MONTGOMERY COUNTY...

    0.04   POOR MTN. IFLOWS
    0.04   BRUSH MTN IFLOWS

...NELSON COUNTY...

    0.08   BENT CREEK

...PATRICK COUNTY...

    0.91   SLATE MTN. IFLOWS
    0.91   MEADOWS OF DAN COOP
    0.12   BUSTED ROCK #1 IFLOWS
    0.09   STUART COOP
    0.08   CIRCLE M IFLOWS
    0.08   WILLOW HILL CHRCH IFLOWS
    0.05   WOOLWINE COOP
    0.04   DRY POND IFLOWS
    0.04   TROT VALLEY IFLOWS
    0.04   BUSTED ROCK #2 IFLOWS

...PITTSYLVANIA COUNTY...

    0.11   CHATHAM COOP

...PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY...

    0.27   FARMVILLE REGNL APT

...PULASKI COUNTY...

    0.49   RADFORD COOP

...ROANOKE COUNTY...

    0.31   MASON CREEK IFLOWS
    0.04   FORT LEWIS MTN IFLOWS

...ROCKBRIDGE COUNTY...

    0.71   N. BUFFALO CRK IFLOWS
    0.24   BUFFALO CK AT MURAT IFLOWS SG/RG
    0.17   GLENPED RAWS
    0.12   ROCKBRIDGE BATHS
    0.08   LEXINGTON IFLOWS/COOP
    0.04   VESUVIUS IFLOWS
    0.04   GLASGOW IFLOWS SG/RG
    0.04   NORTH MTN IFLOWS
    0.03   BUENA VISTA COOP
    0.01   GLASGOW 1 SE COOP

...SMYTH COUNTY...

    0.72   LITTLE BRUSHY IFLOWS
    0.18   SALTVILLE COOP
    0.17   SALTVILLE RG (TVA)

...TAZEWELL COUNTY...

    0.28   BLUESTONE IFLOWS
    0.22   RICHLANDS COOP
    0.16   CUMBERLAND HTS IFLOWS
    0.12   XMAS TREE HILL IFLOWS
    0.01   RICHLANDS RG (TVA)

...WYTHE COUNTY...

    0.51   CRAWFISH VALLEY IFLOWS
    0.28   WYTHEVILLE COOP


WEST VIRGINIA


...GREENBRIER COUNTY...

    1.80   WHITE SULPHUR SPGS DCP
    1.54   WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS COOP
    1.42   MCROSS 3E COOP
    0.71   WILLIAMSBURG VFD IFLOWS
    0.60   LEWISBURG 3 N COOP
    0.55   BLUE BEND IFLOWS
    0.40   MEADOW BLUFF IFLOWS
    0.04   BRUSHY MTN IFLOWS

...MERCER COUNTY...

    0.12   MATAOKA IFLOWS
    0.08   EGERIA IFLOWS
    0.04   ARISTA IFLOWS
    0.04   BRAMWELL IFLOWS
    0.01   BLUEFIELD COOP

...MONROE COUNTY...

    0.08   UNION IFLOWS

...SUMMERS COUNTY...

    0.16   KEENEY KNOB IFLOWS
    0.12   ELLISON RIDGE IFLOWS
    0.08   BLUESTONE LAKE COOP
    0.02   BLUESTONE R. AT PIPESTEM

$$
FISHER


000
NOUS46 KOTX 241235
PNSOTX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPOKANE WA
530 AM PDT JUL 24 2014


....................24 HOUR WIND REPORTS...........................


STATION                    STATION   ELEVATION  WIND GUST
 NAME                        TYPE      (FT)      (MPH)
-------------------------------------------------------------------

...ID001 - NORTHERN ID PANHANDLE...

BONNERS FERRY                  RA     2320 FT      51
MYRTLE CREEK                   SN     3520 FT      32


...ID002 - COEUR D`ALENE AREA...

COEUR D`ALENE DW1188           CW     2280 FT      46
COEUR D`ALENE AIRPORT          NW     2320 FT      40


...ID003 - IDAHO PALOUSE...

POTLATCH                       RA     2500 FT      31


...ID004 - CENTRAL ID PANHANDLE MOUNTAINS...

LINES CREEK                    RA     5140 FT      47
MAGEE PEAK                     RA     4720 FT      45
SHOCK                          RA     3700 FT      35


...ID026 - LEWISTON AREA...

LEWISTON AIRPORT               NW     1437 FT      59
SHIRROD HILL                   ID     2850 FT      55
LEWISTON CW6105                CW     1435 FT      46
REUBENS CW1621                 CW     3481 FT      35


...ID027 - LEWIS AND SOUTHERN NEZ PERCE COUNTIES...

CORRAL CREEK                   RA     2690 FT      41
MISSION CREEK                  RA     3411 FT      37


...WA031 - NORTHEAST BLUE MOUNTAINS...

ALDER RIDGE                    RA     4500 FT      52


...WA032 - LOWER GARFIELD AND ASOTIN COUNTIES...

SILCOTT ISLAND                 AG      825 FT      71
ALPOWA SUMMIT                  WA     1775 FT      60


...WA033 - WASHINGTON PALOUSE...

PULLMAN AIRPORT                NW     2542 FT      49
ESCURE                         RA     1740 FT      48
UNIONTOWN                      WA     2674 FT      47
PULLMAN K7LL                   CW     2584 FT      42
LAKE BRYAN - RICE BAR          AG      630 FT      38


...WA034 - MOSES LAKE AREA...

WARDEN INTERCHANGE             WA     1138 FT      48
OTHELLO                        RA      855 FT      45
EPHRATA AIRPORT                NW     1276 FT      43
SADDLE MOUNTAIN                RA      634 FT      42
SOAP LAKE                      WA     1102 FT      41
BEVERLY                        --      554 FT      39
SILICA ROAD                    WA     1227 FT      39
DODSON ROAD                    WA     1152 FT      38
VANTAGE                        WA      676 FT      37
MOSES LAKE AIRPORT             NW     1184 FT      37
GEORGE                         AG     1152 FT      36


...WA035 - UPPER COLUMBIA BASIN...

SPRING CANYON                  RA     1340 FT      53
GRAND COULEE DAM               AG     1324 FT      49
ODESSA                         AG     1650 FT      41
SR 395 AT RITZVILLE            WA     1823 FT      39
LIND                           AG     1476 FT      39
LIND #1                        SC     1640 FT      37


...WA036 - SPOKANE AREA...

SPOKANE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT  NW     2372 FT      67
SPOKANE NWS OFFICE             --     2395 FT      61
FAIRCHILD AIR FORCE BASE       NW     2461 FT      54
SPOKANE FELTS FIELD            NW     1952 FT      53
SEVEN BAYS MARINA              AG     1374 FT      53
MEDICAL LAKE AT 272            WA     2392 FT      52
SPANGLE                        WA     2444 FT      51
CHENEY                         RA     2230 FT      51
MEDICAL LAKE WA7RVV            CW     2451 FT      51
SR 904 INTERCHANGE             WA     2326 FT      40
SR 2/SR 195 INTERCHANGE        WA     1900 FT      37
LIBERTY LAKE                   WA     2046 FT      35
PERRY CURVES                   WA     1988 FT      33


...WA037 - NORTHEAST MOUNTAINS...

RICE WD7K-4                    CW     2851 FT      61
KETTLE FALLS                   AG     1337 FT      40
DEER MOUNTAIN                  RA     3340 FT      38
CHAMOKANE                      AG     1950 FT      36
TEEPEE SEED ORCHARD            RA     3280 FT      36
WELLPINIT                      RA     2240 FT      33
FLOWERY TRAIL                  RA     2680 FT      32
MIDNITE MINE                   RA     2885 FT      32


...WA038 - OKANOGAN HIGHLANDS...

LOST LAKE                      RA     3876 FT      41
IRON MOUNTAIN                  RA     4350 FT      33
GOLD MOUNTAIN                  RA     4686 FT      30


...WA041 - WENATCHEE AREA...

ENTIAT                         RA     2825 FT      49
LAKE-CHELAN                    FA     1260 FT      33
CHELAN                         WA      892 FT      31


...WA042 - EAST SLOPES NORTHERN CASCADES...

DIRTY FACE MOUNTAIN            AV     5989 FT      52
AENEAS                         RA     5185 FT      40
DRY CREEK                      RA     3661 FT      35


...WA043 - OKANOGAN VALLEY...

NESPELEM                       RA     1900 FT      44
OMAK AIRPORT                   NW     1302 FT      39
KRAMER                         RA     2720 FT      35
CHIEF JOSEPH DAM               AG      996 FT      31


...WA044 - WATERVILLE PLATEAU...

DOUGLAS                        RA     2530 FT      38
COULEE DAM WEST                WA     2562 FT      35



SR - SKI RESORT
RA - RAWS
NW - NWS/FAA
CO - COOP
SC - SCAN
CR - COCORAHS
HA - HADS
ID - ITD
WQ - WAAQ
MD - MT DOT
SP - SPOTTER
AG - AGRIMET
FA - NCAWOS
CW - APRSWXNET/CWOP
SN - SNOTEL
AV - NWAVAL
WA - WA DOT

$$


000
NOUS46 KOTX 241235
PNSOTX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPOKANE WA
530 AM PDT JUL 24 2014


....................24 HOUR WIND REPORTS...........................


STATION                    STATION   ELEVATION  WIND GUST
 NAME                        TYPE      (FT)      (MPH)
-------------------------------------------------------------------

...ID001 - NORTHERN ID PANHANDLE...

BONNERS FERRY                  RA     2320 FT      51
MYRTLE CREEK                   SN     3520 FT      32


...ID002 - COEUR D`ALENE AREA...

COEUR D`ALENE DW1188           CW     2280 FT      46
COEUR D`ALENE AIRPORT          NW     2320 FT      40


...ID003 - IDAHO PALOUSE...

POTLATCH                       RA     2500 FT      31


...ID004 - CENTRAL ID PANHANDLE MOUNTAINS...

LINES CREEK                    RA     5140 FT      47
MAGEE PEAK                     RA     4720 FT      45
SHOCK                          RA     3700 FT      35


...ID026 - LEWISTON AREA...

LEWISTON AIRPORT               NW     1437 FT      59
SHIRROD HILL                   ID     2850 FT      55
LEWISTON CW6105                CW     1435 FT      46
REUBENS CW1621                 CW     3481 FT      35


...ID027 - LEWIS AND SOUTHERN NEZ PERCE COUNTIES...

CORRAL CREEK                   RA     2690 FT      41
MISSION CREEK                  RA     3411 FT      37


...WA031 - NORTHEAST BLUE MOUNTAINS...

ALDER RIDGE                    RA     4500 FT      52


...WA032 - LOWER GARFIELD AND ASOTIN COUNTIES...

SILCOTT ISLAND                 AG      825 FT      71
ALPOWA SUMMIT                  WA     1775 FT      60


...WA033 - WASHINGTON PALOUSE...

PULLMAN AIRPORT                NW     2542 FT      49
ESCURE                         RA     1740 FT      48
UNIONTOWN                      WA     2674 FT      47
PULLMAN K7LL                   CW     2584 FT      42
LAKE BRYAN - RICE BAR          AG      630 FT      38


...WA034 - MOSES LAKE AREA...

WARDEN INTERCHANGE             WA     1138 FT      48
OTHELLO                        RA      855 FT      45
EPHRATA AIRPORT                NW     1276 FT      43
SADDLE MOUNTAIN                RA      634 FT      42
SOAP LAKE                      WA     1102 FT      41
BEVERLY                        --      554 FT      39
SILICA ROAD                    WA     1227 FT      39
DODSON ROAD                    WA     1152 FT      38
VANTAGE                        WA      676 FT      37
MOSES LAKE AIRPORT             NW     1184 FT      37
GEORGE                         AG     1152 FT      36


...WA035 - UPPER COLUMBIA BASIN...

SPRING CANYON                  RA     1340 FT      53
GRAND COULEE DAM               AG     1324 FT      49
ODESSA                         AG     1650 FT      41
SR 395 AT RITZVILLE            WA     1823 FT      39
LIND                           AG     1476 FT      39
LIND #1                        SC     1640 FT      37


...WA036 - SPOKANE AREA...

SPOKANE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT  NW     2372 FT      67
SPOKANE NWS OFFICE             --     2395 FT      61
FAIRCHILD AIR FORCE BASE       NW     2461 FT      54
SPOKANE FELTS FIELD            NW     1952 FT      53
SEVEN BAYS MARINA              AG     1374 FT      53
MEDICAL LAKE AT 272            WA     2392 FT      52
SPANGLE                        WA     2444 FT      51
CHENEY                         RA     2230 FT      51
MEDICAL LAKE WA7RVV            CW     2451 FT      51
SR 904 INTERCHANGE             WA     2326 FT      40
SR 2/SR 195 INTERCHANGE        WA     1900 FT      37
LIBERTY LAKE                   WA     2046 FT      35
PERRY CURVES                   WA     1988 FT      33


...WA037 - NORTHEAST MOUNTAINS...

RICE WD7K-4                    CW     2851 FT      61
KETTLE FALLS                   AG     1337 FT      40
DEER MOUNTAIN                  RA     3340 FT      38
CHAMOKANE                      AG     1950 FT      36
TEEPEE SEED ORCHARD            RA     3280 FT      36
WELLPINIT                      RA     2240 FT      33
FLOWERY TRAIL                  RA     2680 FT      32
MIDNITE MINE                   RA     2885 FT      32


...WA038 - OKANOGAN HIGHLANDS...

LOST LAKE                      RA     3876 FT      41
IRON MOUNTAIN                  RA     4350 FT      33
GOLD MOUNTAIN                  RA     4686 FT      30


...WA041 - WENATCHEE AREA...

ENTIAT                         RA     2825 FT      49
LAKE-CHELAN                    FA     1260 FT      33
CHELAN                         WA      892 FT      31


...WA042 - EAST SLOPES NORTHERN CASCADES...

DIRTY FACE MOUNTAIN            AV     5989 FT      52
AENEAS                         RA     5185 FT      40
DRY CREEK                      RA     3661 FT      35


...WA043 - OKANOGAN VALLEY...

NESPELEM                       RA     1900 FT      44
OMAK AIRPORT                   NW     1302 FT      39
KRAMER                         RA     2720 FT      35
CHIEF JOSEPH DAM               AG      996 FT      31


...WA044 - WATERVILLE PLATEAU...

DOUGLAS                        RA     2530 FT      38
COULEE DAM WEST                WA     2562 FT      35



SR - SKI RESORT
RA - RAWS
NW - NWS/FAA
CO - COOP
SC - SCAN
CR - COCORAHS
HA - HADS
ID - ITD
WQ - WAAQ
MD - MT DOT
SP - SPOTTER
AG - AGRIMET
FA - NCAWOS
CW - APRSWXNET/CWOP
SN - SNOTEL
AV - NWAVAL
WA - WA DOT

$$



000
NOUS43 KGLD 241203
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT THU JUL 24 2014

...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 241203
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT THU JUL 24 2014

...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 241203
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT THU JUL 24 2014

...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 241203
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT THU JUL 24 2014

...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
NOUS45 KPSR 240414
PNSPSR

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PHOENIX AZ
914 PM MST WED JUL 23 2014

...PHOENIX AND SURROUNDING AREAS RAINFALL REPORTS...

                                                      RAINFALL (IN)
LOCATION                                              1 HR     24 HR
ADOBE DAM                      PHOENIX                0.04      0.04
CAMP CREEK                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.16      0.16
CAREFREE RANCH                 SCOTTSDALE             0.12      0.39
COLUMBIA HILL                  YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.08      0.12
FIG SPRINGS                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
FRAESFIELD MTN.                SCOTTSDALE             0.16      0.16
HORSESHOE RANCH                YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.04
LAKE MARGUARITE                SCOTTSDALE             0.04      0.04
MAGMA FRS                      PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.08
NEW RIVER FIRE                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.12
NEW RIVER MESA                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
PIMA @ JOMAX                   SCOTTSDALE             0.04      0.04
RACKENSACK CANYON              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
RAWHIDE WASH                   SCOTTSDALE             0.04      0.04
REATA PASS WASH                SCOTTSDALE             0.04      0.04
STAGECOACH WASH                SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.12
STANTON                        YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.04
SUN VALLEY @ NORTHERN          BUCKEYE                0.08      0.08
UPPER CLINE CREEK              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      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 240414
PNSPSR

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PHOENIX AZ
914 PM MST WED JUL 23 2014

...PHOENIX AND SURROUNDING AREAS RAINFALL REPORTS...

                                                      RAINFALL (IN)
LOCATION                                              1 HR     24 HR
ADOBE DAM                      PHOENIX                0.04      0.04
CAMP CREEK                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.16      0.16
CAREFREE RANCH                 SCOTTSDALE             0.12      0.39
COLUMBIA HILL                  YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.08      0.12
FIG SPRINGS                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
FRAESFIELD MTN.                SCOTTSDALE             0.16      0.16
HORSESHOE RANCH                YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.04
LAKE MARGUARITE                SCOTTSDALE             0.04      0.04
MAGMA FRS                      PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.08
NEW RIVER FIRE                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.12
NEW RIVER MESA                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
PIMA @ JOMAX                   SCOTTSDALE             0.04      0.04
RACKENSACK CANYON              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
RAWHIDE WASH                   SCOTTSDALE             0.04      0.04
REATA PASS WASH                SCOTTSDALE             0.04      0.04
STAGECOACH WASH                SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.12
STANTON                        YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.04
SUN VALLEY @ NORTHERN          BUCKEYE                0.08      0.08
UPPER CLINE CREEK              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      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 240252
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
850 PM MDT WED JUL 23 2014

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS RAINFALL AND PEAK WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 830 PM.

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

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
ROY - 4373 FT                            8 PM WED     0.01
WEST POINT - 4350 FT                     8 PM WED     0.01
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    8 PM WED     0.01
CENTERVILLE - 4216 FT                    8 PM WED     0.01
CLINTON - 4337 FT                        8 PM WED     0.01
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4590 FT                  8 PM WED     0.01

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
NW DECON PAD - 4380 FT                   8 PM WED     0.04

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
MORGAN - 5059 FT                         8 PM WED     0.02

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
SUNDANCE - MID MOUNTAIN - 7503 FT        8 PM WED     0.04

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        8 PM WED     0.04
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           8 PM WED     0.02

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                    8 PM WED     0.02

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      8 PM WED     0.06
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      8 PM WED     0.02
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT            8 PM WED     0.01

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
SPRING CITY - 5835 FT                    8 PM WED     0.06

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        8 PM WED     0.07

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
BLACK CEDAR - 6480 FT                    8 PM WED     0.08
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    8 PM WED     0.03

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT       8 PM WED     0.04

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

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
CENTERVILLE - 4220 FT                    8 PM WED     46 MPH
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            8 PM WED     45 MPH
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       8 PM WED     44 MPH
LEGACY PARKWAY - 4215 FT                 8 PM WED     40 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
VERNON HILL - 5761 FT                    2 PM WED     50 MPH
TRANS-JORDAN LANDFILL - 5201 FT          2 PM WED     48 MPH
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         7 PM WED     45 MPH
BACCUS HIGHWAY - 5172 FT                 3 PM WED     44 MPH
POINT OF THE MOUNTAIN - 4750 FT          6 PM WED     43 MPH
MOUNTAIN VIEW AT JUNIPER - 4900 FT       6 PM WED     42 MPH
FLIGHT PARK SOUTH - 5202 FT              6 PM WED     41 MPH
LAKE POINT I-80 - 4301 FT                7 PM WED     40 MPH
MOUNTAIN VIEW AT DANNON WAY - 4910 FT    6 PM WED     40 MPH

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
I-15 AT BEER CREEK - 4529 FT             5 PM WED     41 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
UPPER CEDAR MTN - 7052 FT                2 PM WED     45 MPH
NW DECON PAD - 4380 FT                   3 PM WED     43 MPH
LOWER CEDAR MTN - 4495 FT                1 PM WED     41 MPH
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT                4 PM WED     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
POWDER MOUNTAIN - 8897 FT                8 PM WED     41 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
DEER VLY  - BALD EAGLE - 8400 FT         3 PM WED     40 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
YELLOWSTONE DRAINAGE - 7800 FT           6 PM WED     52 MPH
DRY RIDGE - 11565 FT                     5 PM WED     42 MPH

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
BAER #10 RED BULL - 8360 FT              6 PM WED     52 MPH

...CASTLE COUNTRY...
CARBON COUNTY AIRPORT - 5922 FT          6 PM WED     45 MPH

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
U.S. 6 AT EUREKA - 6584 FT               5 PM WED     46 MPH
TULE VALLEY - 5135 FT                    6 PM WED     40 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    5 PM WED     52 MPH
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     1 PM WED     41 MPH

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         4 PM WED     40 MPH

$$


000
NOUS45 KSLC 240252
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
850 PM MDT WED JUL 23 2014

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS RAINFALL AND PEAK WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 830 PM.

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

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
ROY - 4373 FT                            8 PM WED     0.01
WEST POINT - 4350 FT                     8 PM WED     0.01
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    8 PM WED     0.01
CENTERVILLE - 4216 FT                    8 PM WED     0.01
CLINTON - 4337 FT                        8 PM WED     0.01
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4590 FT                  8 PM WED     0.01

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
NW DECON PAD - 4380 FT                   8 PM WED     0.04

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
MORGAN - 5059 FT                         8 PM WED     0.02

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
SUNDANCE - MID MOUNTAIN - 7503 FT        8 PM WED     0.04

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        8 PM WED     0.04
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           8 PM WED     0.02

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                    8 PM WED     0.02

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      8 PM WED     0.06
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      8 PM WED     0.02
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT            8 PM WED     0.01

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
SPRING CITY - 5835 FT                    8 PM WED     0.06

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        8 PM WED     0.07

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
BLACK CEDAR - 6480 FT                    8 PM WED     0.08
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    8 PM WED     0.03

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT       8 PM WED     0.04

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

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
CENTERVILLE - 4220 FT                    8 PM WED     46 MPH
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            8 PM WED     45 MPH
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       8 PM WED     44 MPH
LEGACY PARKWAY - 4215 FT                 8 PM WED     40 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
VERNON HILL - 5761 FT                    2 PM WED     50 MPH
TRANS-JORDAN LANDFILL - 5201 FT          2 PM WED     48 MPH
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         7 PM WED     45 MPH
BACCUS HIGHWAY - 5172 FT                 3 PM WED     44 MPH
POINT OF THE MOUNTAIN - 4750 FT          6 PM WED     43 MPH
MOUNTAIN VIEW AT JUNIPER - 4900 FT       6 PM WED     42 MPH
FLIGHT PARK SOUTH - 5202 FT              6 PM WED     41 MPH
LAKE POINT I-80 - 4301 FT                7 PM WED     40 MPH
MOUNTAIN VIEW AT DANNON WAY - 4910 FT    6 PM WED     40 MPH

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
I-15 AT BEER CREEK - 4529 FT             5 PM WED     41 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
UPPER CEDAR MTN - 7052 FT                2 PM WED     45 MPH
NW DECON PAD - 4380 FT                   3 PM WED     43 MPH
LOWER CEDAR MTN - 4495 FT                1 PM WED     41 MPH
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT                4 PM WED     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
POWDER MOUNTAIN - 8897 FT                8 PM WED     41 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
DEER VLY  - BALD EAGLE - 8400 FT         3 PM WED     40 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
YELLOWSTONE DRAINAGE - 7800 FT           6 PM WED     52 MPH
DRY RIDGE - 11565 FT                     5 PM WED     42 MPH

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
BAER #10 RED BULL - 8360 FT              6 PM WED     52 MPH

...CASTLE COUNTRY...
CARBON COUNTY AIRPORT - 5922 FT          6 PM WED     45 MPH

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
U.S. 6 AT EUREKA - 6584 FT               5 PM WED     46 MPH
TULE VALLEY - 5135 FT                    6 PM WED     40 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    5 PM WED     52 MPH
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     1 PM WED     41 MPH

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         4 PM WED     40 MPH

$$


000
NOUS45 KSLC 240252
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
850 PM MDT WED JUL 23 2014

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS RAINFALL AND PEAK WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 830 PM.

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

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
ROY - 4373 FT                            8 PM WED     0.01
WEST POINT - 4350 FT                     8 PM WED     0.01
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    8 PM WED     0.01
CENTERVILLE - 4216 FT                    8 PM WED     0.01
CLINTON - 4337 FT                        8 PM WED     0.01
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4590 FT                  8 PM WED     0.01

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
NW DECON PAD - 4380 FT                   8 PM WED     0.04

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
MORGAN - 5059 FT                         8 PM WED     0.02

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
SUNDANCE - MID MOUNTAIN - 7503 FT        8 PM WED     0.04

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        8 PM WED     0.04
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           8 PM WED     0.02

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                    8 PM WED     0.02

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      8 PM WED     0.06
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      8 PM WED     0.02
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT            8 PM WED     0.01

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
SPRING CITY - 5835 FT                    8 PM WED     0.06

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        8 PM WED     0.07

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
BLACK CEDAR - 6480 FT                    8 PM WED     0.08
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    8 PM WED     0.03

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT       8 PM WED     0.04

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

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
CENTERVILLE - 4220 FT                    8 PM WED     46 MPH
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            8 PM WED     45 MPH
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       8 PM WED     44 MPH
LEGACY PARKWAY - 4215 FT                 8 PM WED     40 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
VERNON HILL - 5761 FT                    2 PM WED     50 MPH
TRANS-JORDAN LANDFILL - 5201 FT          2 PM WED     48 MPH
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         7 PM WED     45 MPH
BACCUS HIGHWAY - 5172 FT                 3 PM WED     44 MPH
POINT OF THE MOUNTAIN - 4750 FT          6 PM WED     43 MPH
MOUNTAIN VIEW AT JUNIPER - 4900 FT       6 PM WED     42 MPH
FLIGHT PARK SOUTH - 5202 FT              6 PM WED     41 MPH
LAKE POINT I-80 - 4301 FT                7 PM WED     40 MPH
MOUNTAIN VIEW AT DANNON WAY - 4910 FT    6 PM WED     40 MPH

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
I-15 AT BEER CREEK - 4529 FT             5 PM WED     41 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
UPPER CEDAR MTN - 7052 FT                2 PM WED     45 MPH
NW DECON PAD - 4380 FT                   3 PM WED     43 MPH
LOWER CEDAR MTN - 4495 FT                1 PM WED     41 MPH
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT                4 PM WED     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
POWDER MOUNTAIN - 8897 FT                8 PM WED     41 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
DEER VLY  - BALD EAGLE - 8400 FT         3 PM WED     40 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
YELLOWSTONE DRAINAGE - 7800 FT           6 PM WED     52 MPH
DRY RIDGE - 11565 FT                     5 PM WED     42 MPH

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
BAER #10 RED BULL - 8360 FT              6 PM WED     52 MPH

...CASTLE COUNTRY...
CARBON COUNTY AIRPORT - 5922 FT          6 PM WED     45 MPH

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
U.S. 6 AT EUREKA - 6584 FT               5 PM WED     46 MPH
TULE VALLEY - 5135 FT                    6 PM WED     40 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    5 PM WED     52 MPH
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     1 PM WED     41 MPH

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         4 PM WED     40 MPH

$$


000
NOUS45 KSLC 240252
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
850 PM MDT WED JUL 23 2014

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS RAINFALL AND PEAK WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 830 PM.

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

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
ROY - 4373 FT                            8 PM WED     0.01
WEST POINT - 4350 FT                     8 PM WED     0.01
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    8 PM WED     0.01
CENTERVILLE - 4216 FT                    8 PM WED     0.01
CLINTON - 4337 FT                        8 PM WED     0.01
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4590 FT                  8 PM WED     0.01

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
NW DECON PAD - 4380 FT                   8 PM WED     0.04

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
MORGAN - 5059 FT                         8 PM WED     0.02

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
SUNDANCE - MID MOUNTAIN - 7503 FT        8 PM WED     0.04

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        8 PM WED     0.04
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           8 PM WED     0.02

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                    8 PM WED     0.02

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      8 PM WED     0.06
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      8 PM WED     0.02
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT            8 PM WED     0.01

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
SPRING CITY - 5835 FT                    8 PM WED     0.06

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        8 PM WED     0.07

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
BLACK CEDAR - 6480 FT                    8 PM WED     0.08
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    8 PM WED     0.03

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT       8 PM WED     0.04

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

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
CENTERVILLE - 4220 FT                    8 PM WED     46 MPH
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            8 PM WED     45 MPH
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       8 PM WED     44 MPH
LEGACY PARKWAY - 4215 FT                 8 PM WED     40 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
VERNON HILL - 5761 FT                    2 PM WED     50 MPH
TRANS-JORDAN LANDFILL - 5201 FT          2 PM WED     48 MPH
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         7 PM WED     45 MPH
BACCUS HIGHWAY - 5172 FT                 3 PM WED     44 MPH
POINT OF THE MOUNTAIN - 4750 FT          6 PM WED     43 MPH
MOUNTAIN VIEW AT JUNIPER - 4900 FT       6 PM WED     42 MPH
FLIGHT PARK SOUTH - 5202 FT              6 PM WED     41 MPH
LAKE POINT I-80 - 4301 FT                7 PM WED     40 MPH
MOUNTAIN VIEW AT DANNON WAY - 4910 FT    6 PM WED     40 MPH

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
I-15 AT BEER CREEK - 4529 FT             5 PM WED     41 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
UPPER CEDAR MTN - 7052 FT                2 PM WED     45 MPH
NW DECON PAD - 4380 FT                   3 PM WED     43 MPH
LOWER CEDAR MTN - 4495 FT                1 PM WED     41 MPH
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT                4 PM WED     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
POWDER MOUNTAIN - 8897 FT                8 PM WED     41 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
DEER VLY  - BALD EAGLE - 8400 FT         3 PM WED     40 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
YELLOWSTONE DRAINAGE - 7800 FT           6 PM WED     52 MPH
DRY RIDGE - 11565 FT                     5 PM WED     42 MPH

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
BAER #10 RED BULL - 8360 FT              6 PM WED     52 MPH

...CASTLE COUNTRY...
CARBON COUNTY AIRPORT - 5922 FT          6 PM WED     45 MPH

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
U.S. 6 AT EUREKA - 6584 FT               5 PM WED     46 MPH
TULE VALLEY - 5135 FT                    6 PM WED     40 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    5 PM WED     52 MPH
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     1 PM WED     41 MPH

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         4 PM WED     40 MPH

$$


000
NOUS43 KFGF 240109 AAA
PNSFGF
MNZ001-014-251145-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND FORKS ND
810 PM CDT WED JUL 23 2014

...NWS DAMAGE SURVEY FOR 07/21/14 TORNADO EVENT IN POLK AND
RED LAKE COUNTY MN...

A LARGE SCALE BOW-ECHO TYPE SQUALL LINE MOVED ACROSS NORTHEAST
NORTH DAKOTA AND NORTHWEST MINNESOTA DURING THE EVENING OF 21
JULY 2014. A TORNADO FORMED ON THE APEX OF THIS SQUALL LINE AND
MOVED FROM SOUTHWEST POLK COUNTY MINNESOTA INTO SOUTHWEST RED
LAKE COUNTY. THE TORNADO ITSELF WAS LIKELY WRAPPED IN HEAVY
RAIN AND MORE WIDESPREAD DAMAGING DOWNBURST WINDS. THE TORNADO
TRACK ITSELF WAS DISTINGUISHABLE BY THE PRESENCE OF MORE
EXTREME DAMAGE AND AN APPARENT LOFTING AND THROWING OF DEBRIS.
IN ADDITION...SEVERAL RURAL RESIDENTS NOTED THE APPARENT ROAR
OF THE STORM ALONG WITH ITS BRIEF AND CATASTROPHIC IMPACTS.

.TORNADO 1...

RATING:                 EF-2
ESTIMATED PEAK WIND:    120 MPH
PATH LENGTH /STATUTE/:  27 MILES
PATH WIDTH /MAXIMUM/:   800 YARDS
FATALITIES:             0
INJURIES:               0

START DATE:             JULY 21 2014
START TIME:             AROUND 850 PM CDT
START LOCATION:         APPROX. 4 MILES WNW OF ELDRED
START LAT/LON:          47.7000N/-96.8600W (EST.)

END DATE:               JULY 21 2014
END TIME:               BY 945 PM CDT
END LOCATION:           APPROX. 9 MILES ESE RED LAKE FALLS
END_LAT/LON:            47.5100N/-96.0500W (EST.)

THIS NARRATIVE IS AMENDED FOR ADDITIONAL TRACK INFORMATION COLLECTED
ON JULY 22

THE TEAM EXAMINED AN AREA STARTING IN ROOME TOWNSHIP...NEAR
ELDRED...AND CONTINUING EAST NORTHEAST THROUGH CROOKSTON AND
GENTILLY...INTO NORTHERN LAKE PLEASANT TOWNSHIP IN SOUTHWEST
RED LAKE COUNTY.  THE TEAM RETURNED ON JULY 22 TO FOLLOW UP ON
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION THAT WAS RECEIVED LATE ON JULY 21ST. THE
ADDITIONAL INVESTIGATION COVERED THE TERREBONNE...GERVAIS...
POPLAR RIVER AND EMARDVILLE TOWNSHIPS. THE TORNADO TRACK IS
EXTENDED 10 MILES MAKING THE TOTAL TORNADO TRACK LENGTH
APPROXIMATELY 37 MILES.

IN GENERAL...DAMAGE INCLUDED NUMEROUS SNAPPED OR UPROOTED TREES
AS WELL AS SIGNIFICANT ROOF DAMAGE TO RESIDENTIAL AND FARM
STRUCTURES ALONG THE PATH.

AT THE POINT OF INITIAL TOUCHDOWN THE TORNADO CAUSED SIGNIFICANT
DAMAGE TO A LARGE...MODERN EQUIPMENT SHED REMOVING SECTIONS OF
THE ROOF AND IMPLODING ONE OF THE MAIN DOORS. SEVERAL MILES
EAST-NORTHEAST A 1.5 MILE STRING OF DUAL POLE/CROSS-BEAM HIGH
TENSION POWER LINES WERE TOPPLED...CONSISTENT WITH LOW END EF2
TORNADIC WINDS. DAMAGE TO NEARBY FARMSTEADS INCLUDE NUMEROUS
UPROOTED AND PARTIALLY DENUDED TREES.

JUST SOUTH OF CROOKSTON A LINE OF 17 /EMPTY/ TANKER STYLE RAIL
CARS WERE ROLLED ON THEIR SIDE WHILE A COUPLE VERY LARGE STEEL
GRAIN BINS WERE BLOWN OUT LEAVING PILES OF GRAIN ON THE GROUND.

DAMAGE WAS WIDESPREAD ACROSS THE CROOKSTON AREA...WITH THE MOST
EXTREME DAMAGES APPARENT ACROSS THE SOUTHERN PORTIONS OF THE CITY.
TO THE EAST OF CROOKSTON SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE TO SEVERAL SHELTER
BELTS WAS NOTED ALONG AND JUST NORTH OF POLK COUNTY 11 AND WEST
OF THE RED LAKE RIVER. SEVERAL FARM STORAGE BUILDINGS EXPERIENCED
SIGNIFICANT ROOF DAMAGE ALONG THE SAME PATH.

DAMAGE WAS OBSERVED ACROSS THE COMMUNITY OF GENTILLY WITH DAMAGE
TO SEVERAL LARGE SHELTER BELTS UP TO ONE HALF MILE NORTHWEST OF
GENTILLY. THIS DAMAGE PATH CONTINUED INTO THE WESTERN PORTIONS
OF THE LAKE PLEASANT TOWNSHIP OF RED LAKE COUNTY.

THREE FARMSTEADS APPROXIMATELY 4 MILES SOUTH-SOUTHWEST OF RED LAKE
FALLS WERE HIT BY THE TORNADO. DAMAGE INCLUDED TOTAL LOSS OF
OUT-BUILDINGS...A LARGE BOXELDER TREE LOFTED INTO THE SIDE OF A
HOUSE AND NUMEROUS HARDWOODS TREES THAT WERE PARTIALLY DENUDED. AN
EYEWITNESS OBSERVED THE START OF THE TORNADO ABOUT 1 MILE WEST OF
HIS FARMSTEAD BEFORE SEEKING SHELTER.

THE TORNADO TRACK CONTINUE ON TO THE EAST-NORTHEAST LEAVING A
NARROW YET DISCERNIBLE TRACK THROUGH SHELTERBELTS. AT ONE POINT
APPROXIMATELY 3 MILES NORTHWEST OF TERREBONNE MN DAMAGE...CONSISTENT
WITH LOW END EF2 TORNADIC WINDS...WAS OBSERVED. AT ONE FARMSTEAD A
WELL BUILT FULLY SECURED GARAGE WAS DESTROYED...WHILE AT A NEARBY
FARMSTEAD 5 EMPTY GRAIN BINS WERE LOFTED OFF THEIR FOUNDATION. THE
FARTHEST WAS OVER 1/2 MILE WHILE A 5TH BIN HAS YET TO BE FOUND.

NEAR THE END OF THE SPORADIC TORNADO TRACK SEVERAL POWER POLES WERE
BENT AT ANGLES GREATER THAN 45 DEGREES. ONE WAS BROKEN OFF NEAR THE
BASE. FROM THIS POINT FOR APPROXIMATELY 2 MORE MILES ISOLATED TREE
DAMAGE...CONSISTENT WITH EF0 WIND SPEEDS WAS NOTED. THE DAMAGE PATH
ENDED ABOUT HALFWAY BETWEEN PLUMMER MN AND BROOKS MN...ONE MILE WEST
OF US HIGHWAY 59.

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.

$$

GUST/EWENS





000
NOUS43 KFGF 240109 AAA
PNSFGF
MNZ001-014-251145-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND FORKS ND
810 PM CDT WED JUL 23 2014

...NWS DAMAGE SURVEY FOR 07/21/14 TORNADO EVENT IN POLK AND
RED LAKE COUNTY MN...

A LARGE SCALE BOW-ECHO TYPE SQUALL LINE MOVED ACROSS NORTHEAST
NORTH DAKOTA AND NORTHWEST MINNESOTA DURING THE EVENING OF 21
JULY 2014. A TORNADO FORMED ON THE APEX OF THIS SQUALL LINE AND
MOVED FROM SOUTHWEST POLK COUNTY MINNESOTA INTO SOUTHWEST RED
LAKE COUNTY. THE TORNADO ITSELF WAS LIKELY WRAPPED IN HEAVY
RAIN AND MORE WIDESPREAD DAMAGING DOWNBURST WINDS. THE TORNADO
TRACK ITSELF WAS DISTINGUISHABLE BY THE PRESENCE OF MORE
EXTREME DAMAGE AND AN APPARENT LOFTING AND THROWING OF DEBRIS.
IN ADDITION...SEVERAL RURAL RESIDENTS NOTED THE APPARENT ROAR
OF THE STORM ALONG WITH ITS BRIEF AND CATASTROPHIC IMPACTS.

.TORNADO 1...

RATING:                 EF-2
ESTIMATED PEAK WIND:    120 MPH
PATH LENGTH /STATUTE/:  27 MILES
PATH WIDTH /MAXIMUM/:   800 YARDS
FATALITIES:             0
INJURIES:               0

START DATE:             JULY 21 2014
START TIME:             AROUND 850 PM CDT
START LOCATION:         APPROX. 4 MILES WNW OF ELDRED
START LAT/LON:          47.7000N/-96.8600W (EST.)

END DATE:               JULY 21 2014
END TIME:               BY 945 PM CDT
END LOCATION:           APPROX. 9 MILES ESE RED LAKE FALLS
END_LAT/LON:            47.5100N/-96.0500W (EST.)

THIS NARRATIVE IS AMENDED FOR ADDITIONAL TRACK INFORMATION COLLECTED
ON JULY 22

THE TEAM EXAMINED AN AREA STARTING IN ROOME TOWNSHIP...NEAR
ELDRED...AND CONTINUING EAST NORTHEAST THROUGH CROOKSTON AND
GENTILLY...INTO NORTHERN LAKE PLEASANT TOWNSHIP IN SOUTHWEST
RED LAKE COUNTY.  THE TEAM RETURNED ON JULY 22 TO FOLLOW UP ON
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION THAT WAS RECEIVED LATE ON JULY 21ST. THE
ADDITIONAL INVESTIGATION COVERED THE TERREBONNE...GERVAIS...
POPLAR RIVER AND EMARDVILLE TOWNSHIPS. THE TORNADO TRACK IS
EXTENDED 10 MILES MAKING THE TOTAL TORNADO TRACK LENGTH
APPROXIMATELY 37 MILES.

IN GENERAL...DAMAGE INCLUDED NUMEROUS SNAPPED OR UPROOTED TREES
AS WELL AS SIGNIFICANT ROOF DAMAGE TO RESIDENTIAL AND FARM
STRUCTURES ALONG THE PATH.

AT THE POINT OF INITIAL TOUCHDOWN THE TORNADO CAUSED SIGNIFICANT
DAMAGE TO A LARGE...MODERN EQUIPMENT SHED REMOVING SECTIONS OF
THE ROOF AND IMPLODING ONE OF THE MAIN DOORS. SEVERAL MILES
EAST-NORTHEAST A 1.5 MILE STRING OF DUAL POLE/CROSS-BEAM HIGH
TENSION POWER LINES WERE TOPPLED...CONSISTENT WITH LOW END EF2
TORNADIC WINDS. DAMAGE TO NEARBY FARMSTEADS INCLUDE NUMEROUS
UPROOTED AND PARTIALLY DENUDED TREES.

JUST SOUTH OF CROOKSTON A LINE OF 17 /EMPTY/ TANKER STYLE RAIL
CARS WERE ROLLED ON THEIR SIDE WHILE A COUPLE VERY LARGE STEEL
GRAIN BINS WERE BLOWN OUT LEAVING PILES OF GRAIN ON THE GROUND.

DAMAGE WAS WIDESPREAD ACROSS THE CROOKSTON AREA...WITH THE MOST
EXTREME DAMAGES APPARENT ACROSS THE SOUTHERN PORTIONS OF THE CITY.
TO THE EAST OF CROOKSTON SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE TO SEVERAL SHELTER
BELTS WAS NOTED ALONG AND JUST NORTH OF POLK COUNTY 11 AND WEST
OF THE RED LAKE RIVER. SEVERAL FARM STORAGE BUILDINGS EXPERIENCED
SIGNIFICANT ROOF DAMAGE ALONG THE SAME PATH.

DAMAGE WAS OBSERVED ACROSS THE COMMUNITY OF GENTILLY WITH DAMAGE
TO SEVERAL LARGE SHELTER BELTS UP TO ONE HALF MILE NORTHWEST OF
GENTILLY. THIS DAMAGE PATH CONTINUED INTO THE WESTERN PORTIONS
OF THE LAKE PLEASANT TOWNSHIP OF RED LAKE COUNTY.

THREE FARMSTEADS APPROXIMATELY 4 MILES SOUTH-SOUTHWEST OF RED LAKE
FALLS WERE HIT BY THE TORNADO. DAMAGE INCLUDED TOTAL LOSS OF
OUT-BUILDINGS...A LARGE BOXELDER TREE LOFTED INTO THE SIDE OF A
HOUSE AND NUMEROUS HARDWOODS TREES THAT WERE PARTIALLY DENUDED. AN
EYEWITNESS OBSERVED THE START OF THE TORNADO ABOUT 1 MILE WEST OF
HIS FARMSTEAD BEFORE SEEKING SHELTER.

THE TORNADO TRACK CONTINUE ON TO THE EAST-NORTHEAST LEAVING A
NARROW YET DISCERNIBLE TRACK THROUGH SHELTERBELTS. AT ONE POINT
APPROXIMATELY 3 MILES NORTHWEST OF TERREBONNE MN DAMAGE...CONSISTENT
WITH LOW END EF2 TORNADIC WINDS...WAS OBSERVED. AT ONE FARMSTEAD A
WELL BUILT FULLY SECURED GARAGE WAS DESTROYED...WHILE AT A NEARBY
FARMSTEAD 5 EMPTY GRAIN BINS WERE LOFTED OFF THEIR FOUNDATION. THE
FARTHEST WAS OVER 1/2 MILE WHILE A 5TH BIN HAS YET TO BE FOUND.

NEAR THE END OF THE SPORADIC TORNADO TRACK SEVERAL POWER POLES WERE
BENT AT ANGLES GREATER THAN 45 DEGREES. ONE WAS BROKEN OFF NEAR THE
BASE. FROM THIS POINT FOR APPROXIMATELY 2 MORE MILES ISOLATED TREE
DAMAGE...CONSISTENT WITH EF0 WIND SPEEDS WAS NOTED. THE DAMAGE PATH
ENDED ABOUT HALFWAY BETWEEN PLUMMER MN AND BROOKS MN...ONE MILE WEST
OF US HIGHWAY 59.

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.

$$

GUST/EWENS




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COZ070-085-086-232354

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
454 PM MDT WED JUL 23 2014

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 96
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 62
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0
                    PEAK WIND GUST...26 MPH FROM THE
                    SOUTHEAST AT 308 PM MDT.

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 90
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 60
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0
                    PEAK WIND GUST...36 MPH FROM THE
                    SOUTHEAST AT 409 PM MDT.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 88
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 51
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0


$$



000
NOXX10 KWBC 232148
PNSDMG

TO: USERS OF WAFS HARMONIZED GRIDS

WAFC WASHINGTON HAS BECOME AWARE OF AN ISSUE WITH THE WAFC LONDON
CAT POTENTIAL DATA.

TO ADDRESS THIS ISSUE...WAFC WASHINGTON WILL NOT USE WAFC LONDON
MEAN AND MAX CAT AS INPUT INTO THE WAFS HARMONIZED CAT DATA FIELDS.
WAFC LONDON WILL ALSO USE ONLY WAFC WASHINGTON DATA AS INPUT INTO
THEIR HARMONIZED CAT DATA FIELDS. THIS WILL BECOME EFFECTIVCE 1800
UTC 23 JULY 2014 UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.



000
NOUS45 KGJT 231945
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
PRELIMINARY RECORD EVENT REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
145 PM MDT WED JUL 23 2014

...RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURES ON TUESDAY...

IN EASTERN UTAH,

AT CEDAR POINT, THE HIGH TEMPERATURE TUESDAY WAS 97 DEGREES, WHICH
TIED THE RECORD HIGH FOR JULY 22, LAST SET IN 1996.

AT HOVENWEEP NATIONAL MONUMENT, THE HIGH TEMPERATURE WAS 102.  THIS
SET A NEW RECORD HIGH FOR THE DAY, BREAKING THE PREVIOUS RECORD OF
101, SET IN 2000.

IN WESTERN COLORADO,

AT RIDGWAY, THE HIGH WAS 95, SETTING A NEW RECORD HIGH FOR THE DAY,
BREAKING THE PREVIOUS RECORD OF 93, SET IN 2003.

$$


000
NOUS45 KGJT 231945
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
PRELIMINARY RECORD EVENT REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
145 PM MDT WED JUL 23 2014

...RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURES ON TUESDAY...

IN EASTERN UTAH,

AT CEDAR POINT, THE HIGH TEMPERATURE TUESDAY WAS 97 DEGREES, WHICH
TIED THE RECORD HIGH FOR JULY 22, LAST SET IN 1996.

AT HOVENWEEP NATIONAL MONUMENT, THE HIGH TEMPERATURE WAS 102.  THIS
SET A NEW RECORD HIGH FOR THE DAY, BREAKING THE PREVIOUS RECORD OF
101, SET IN 2000.

IN WESTERN COLORADO,

AT RIDGWAY, THE HIGH WAS 95, SETTING A NEW RECORD HIGH FOR THE DAY,
BREAKING THE PREVIOUS RECORD OF 93, SET IN 2003.

$$



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NOUS46 KLOX 231712
PNSLOX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOS ANGELES/OXNARD CA
1010 AM PDT WED JUL 23 2014

...OFFICIAL HIGH TEMPERATURE RECORDS TODAY THROUGH SATURDAY...

...DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES...

TODAY.......97 (2006)
THURSDAY....103 (1891)
FRIDAY......109 (1891)
SATURDAY....100 (1891)

...BURBANK...

TODAY.......103 (2006)
THURSDAY....102 (2006)
FRIDAY......101 (1943)
SATURDAY....108 (1943)

...WOODLAND HILLS...

TODAY.......109 (2006)
THURSDAY....107 (2006)
FRIDAY......107 (1959)
SATURDAY....109 (1977)

...LONG BEACH...

TODAY.......94 (1974)
THURSDAY....99 (2006)
FRIDAY......95 (1977)
SATURDAY....101 (1977)

...PALMDALE...

TODAY.......108 (2006)
THURSDAY....109 (1996)
FRIDAY......109 (1975)
SATURDAY....109 (1975)

...OXNARD...

TODAY.......90 (2006)
THURSDAY....86 (1974)
FRIDAY......85 (1974)
SATURDAY....85 (1973)

...SANTA BARBARA AIRPORT...

TODAY.......93 (2006)
THURSDAY....82 (2006)
FRIDAY......89 (1979)
SATURDAY....96 (1977)

...SANTA MARIA...

TODAY.......90 (2006)
THURSDAY....84 (2006)
FRIDAY......87 (2006)
SATURDAY....89 (1977)

...PASO ROBLES...

TODAY.......114 (2006)
THURSDAY....113 (2006)
FRIDAY......112 (2006)
SATURDAY....109 (1959)







000
NOUS46 KLOX 231712
PNSLOX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOS ANGELES/OXNARD CA
1010 AM PDT WED JUL 23 2014

...OFFICIAL HIGH TEMPERATURE RECORDS TODAY THROUGH SATURDAY...

...DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES...

TODAY.......97 (2006)
THURSDAY....103 (1891)
FRIDAY......109 (1891)
SATURDAY....100 (1891)

...BURBANK...

TODAY.......103 (2006)
THURSDAY....102 (2006)
FRIDAY......101 (1943)
SATURDAY....108 (1943)

...WOODLAND HILLS...

TODAY.......109 (2006)
THURSDAY....107 (2006)
FRIDAY......107 (1959)
SATURDAY....109 (1977)

...LONG BEACH...

TODAY.......94 (1974)
THURSDAY....99 (2006)
FRIDAY......95 (1977)
SATURDAY....101 (1977)

...PALMDALE...

TODAY.......108 (2006)
THURSDAY....109 (1996)
FRIDAY......109 (1975)
SATURDAY....109 (1975)

...OXNARD...

TODAY.......90 (2006)
THURSDAY....86 (1974)
FRIDAY......85 (1974)
SATURDAY....85 (1973)

...SANTA BARBARA AIRPORT...

TODAY.......93 (2006)
THURSDAY....82 (2006)
FRIDAY......89 (1979)
SATURDAY....96 (1977)

...SANTA MARIA...

TODAY.......90 (2006)
THURSDAY....84 (2006)
FRIDAY......87 (2006)
SATURDAY....89 (1977)

...PASO ROBLES...

TODAY.......114 (2006)
THURSDAY....113 (2006)
FRIDAY......112 (2006)
SATURDAY....109 (1959)








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NOUS43 KSGF 231415
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-241414

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
914 AM CDT WED JUL 23 2014

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Barry     Roaring River SP       92  65   0.00
Morgan    Gravois Mills          95  76   0.00
Benton    Edwards 6W             96  75   0.00
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            94  73   0.00
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            94  68   0.00

$$





000
NOUS43 KSGF 231415
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-241414

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
914 AM CDT WED JUL 23 2014

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Barry     Roaring River SP       92  65   0.00
Morgan    Gravois Mills          95  76   0.00
Benton    Edwards 6W             96  75   0.00
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            94  73   0.00
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            94  68   0.00

$$





000
NOUS43 KSGF 231415
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-241414

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
914 AM CDT WED JUL 23 2014

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Barry     Roaring River SP       92  65   0.00
Morgan    Gravois Mills          95  76   0.00
Benton    Edwards 6W             96  75   0.00
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            94  73   0.00
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            94  68   0.00

$$





000
NOUS43 KSGF 231415
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-241414

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
914 AM CDT WED JUL 23 2014

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Barry     Roaring River SP       92  65   0.00
Morgan    Gravois Mills          95  76   0.00
Benton    Edwards 6W             96  75   0.00
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            94  73   0.00
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            94  68   0.00

$$





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NOUS45 KGJT 231354
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
751 AM MDT WED JUL 23 2014

...RECORD HIGH TIED IN EASTERN UTAH YESTERDAY...

AT CEDAR POINT, THE HIGH YESTERDAY WAS 97 DEGREES WHICH TIED THE
RECORD HIGH FOR THE DATE, PREVIOUSLY SET IN 1996.


$$



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NOUS45 KGJT 231354
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
751 AM MDT WED JUL 23 2014

...RECORD HIGH TIED IN EASTERN UTAH YESTERDAY...

AT CEDAR POINT, THE HIGH YESTERDAY WAS 97 DEGREES WHICH TIED THE
RECORD HIGH FOR THE DATE, PREVIOUSLY SET IN 1996.


$$


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NOUS43 KGLD 231200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT WED JUL 23 2014

...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.

$$







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NOUS43 KGLD 231200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT WED JUL 23 2014

...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.

$$






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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
500 PM MDT TUE JUL 22 2014

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 97
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 59
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0
                    PEAK WIND GUST...27 MPH FROM THE
                    EAST AT 126 PM MDT.

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 91
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 58
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0
                    PEAK WIND GUST...32 MPH FROM THE
                    NORTHEAST AT 1132 AM MDT.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 90
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 48
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... T


$$


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NOUS45 KPUB 222300
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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
500 PM MDT TUE JUL 22 2014

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 97
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 59
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0
                    PEAK WIND GUST...27 MPH FROM THE
                    EAST AT 126 PM MDT.

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 91
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 58
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0
                    PEAK WIND GUST...32 MPH FROM THE
                    NORTHEAST AT 1132 AM MDT.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 90
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 48
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... T


$$



000
NOUS41 KWBC 221929
PNSWSH

Public Information Statement, Comment Request Amended
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
330 PM EDT Tue Jul 22 2014

To:         Subscribers:
           -Family of Services
           -NOAA Weather Wire Service
           -Emergency Managers Weather Information Network
           -NOAAPORT
           Other NWS Partners, Users and Employees

From:      Mark Tew
           Chief, Marine and Coastal Weather Services Branch

Subject:   Amended: Extending Comment Period for Experimental
           Graphic Satellite Rainfall Quantitative Precipitation
           Estimates (QPE) and Quantitative Precipitation
           Forecasts (QPF) through November 30, 2014

The NWS Tropical Analysis and Forecast Branch (TAFB) has extended
the comment period for seeking user feedback on its experimental
graphic Tropical Cyclone Satellite Rainfall Quantitative
Precipitation Estimates (QPE) and Quantitative Precipitation
Forecasts (QPF) web pages through November 30, 2014.

From September 23, 2011, through November 30, 2013, TAFB has been
providing, on an experimental basis, event-driven Satellite
Rainfall Quantitative Precipitation Estimates and model-derived
Quantitative Precipitation Forecasts for tropical cyclones and
tropical disturbances affecting areas within the National
Hurricane Center and Central Pacific Hurricane Center areas of
responsibility. The feedback period has been extended to solicit
sufficient feedback to ensure the product can be considered for
operational implementation.

These experimental rainfall QPE and QPF products are event driven
and are available 4 times a day at 0400 1000 1600 and 2200 UTC.
The products are online on the National Hurricane Center Website:

  http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/experimental/rainfall

A comprehensive description of the Satellite based QPE and QPF
products is posted at:

  http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/experimental/rainfall/description.php

Users are encouraged to provide feedback on this experimental
product by using the brief survey and comment form available on
line at:

  http://www.weather.gov/survey/nws-survey.php?code=srqpf

A link to all NHC experimental products is also provided at:

  http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/aboutexperimental.shtml

If you have comments or questions please contact:

Hugh Cobb
Chief, Tropical Analysis and Forecast Branch
National Hurricane Center
E-mail: Hugh.Cobb@noaa.gov
Phone:  305-229-4454

National NWS Public Information Statements are online at:

  http://www.nws.noaa.gov/om/notif.htm

$$


000
NOUS41 KWBC 221929
PNSWSH

Public Information Statement, Comment Request Amended
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
330 PM EDT Tue Jul 22 2014

To:         Subscribers:
           -Family of Services
           -NOAA Weather Wire Service
           -Emergency Managers Weather Information Network
           -NOAAPORT
           Other NWS Partners, Users and Employees

From:      Mark Tew
           Chief, Marine and Coastal Weather Services Branch

Subject:   Amended: Extending Comment Period for Experimental
           Graphic Satellite Rainfall Quantitative Precipitation
           Estimates (QPE) and Quantitative Precipitation
           Forecasts (QPF) through November 30, 2014

The NWS Tropical Analysis and Forecast Branch (TAFB) has extended
the comment period for seeking user feedback on its experimental
graphic Tropical Cyclone Satellite Rainfall Quantitative
Precipitation Estimates (QPE) and Quantitative Precipitation
Forecasts (QPF) web pages through November 30, 2014.

From September 23, 2011, through November 30, 2013, TAFB has been
providing, on an experimental basis, event-driven Satellite
Rainfall Quantitative Precipitation Estimates and model-derived
Quantitative Precipitation Forecasts for tropical cyclones and
tropical disturbances affecting areas within the National
Hurricane Center and Central Pacific Hurricane Center areas of
responsibility. The feedback period has been extended to solicit
sufficient feedback to ensure the product can be considered for
operational implementation.

These experimental rainfall QPE and QPF products are event driven
and are available 4 times a day at 0400 1000 1600 and 2200 UTC.
The products are online on the National Hurricane Center Website:

  http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/experimental/rainfall

A comprehensive description of the Satellite based QPE and QPF
products is posted at:

  http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/experimental/rainfall/description.php

Users are encouraged to provide feedback on this experimental
product by using the brief survey and comment form available on
line at:

  http://www.weather.gov/survey/nws-survey.php?code=srqpf

A link to all NHC experimental products is also provided at:

  http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/aboutexperimental.shtml

If you have comments or questions please contact:

Hugh Cobb
Chief, Tropical Analysis and Forecast Branch
National Hurricane Center
E-mail: Hugh.Cobb@noaa.gov
Phone:  305-229-4454

National NWS Public Information Statements are online at:

  http://www.nws.noaa.gov/om/notif.htm

$$



000
NOUS46 KSEW 221812 AAA
PNSSEW

WASHINGTON PRECIPITATION SUMMARY...AMENDED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
1112 AM PDT TUE JUL 22 2014

FOR JUNE...THE WESTERN WASHINGTON LOWLANDS SAW MOSTLY BELOW NORMAL
RAINFALL WHILE AREAS IN THE WESTERN CASCADES AND FOOTHILLS WERE
MOSTLY NEAR NORMAL. MOST OF EASTERN WASHINGTON RECEIVED BELOW NORMAL
PRECIPITATION FOR THE MONTH...BUT SOME AREAS WERE NEAR TO ABOVE
NORMAL. AS FOR THE WATER YEAR...MOST OF THE WESTERN HALF OF THE
STATE IS NEAR NORMAL FOR PRECIPITATION WHILE THE EASTERN HALF
CONTINUES TO BE MOSTLY BELOW NORMAL.

IN WESTERN WASHINGTON...THE MONTHLY PERCENTAGE OF NORMAL FOR
PRECIPITATION RANGED FROM 52 PERCENT ON THE COAST TO 100 PERCENT IN
THE WESTERN SLOPES OF THE CASCADES. THE GREATEST AMOUNT OF
PRECIPITATION AT THE CLIMATE STATIONS FOR THE MOUNTAINS...COAST...
AND INTERIOR LOWLANDS WAS 5.81 INCHES AT PALMER IN THE CASCADE
FOOTHILLS...2.15 INCHES AT QUILLAYUTE...AND 3.67 INCHES AT BATTLE
GROUND IN THE SOUTHWEST INTERIOR.

FOR EASTERN WASHINGTON...THE PERCENTAGE OF NORMAL FOR PRECIPITATION
RANGED FROM 38 PERCENT IN THE EAST SLOPES OF THE CASCADES TO 134
PERCENT IN THE NORTHEAST REGION. THE GREATEST AMOUNT OF
PRECIPITATION AT CLIMATE STATIONS FOR THE MOUNTAINS AND LOWLANDS WAS
2.62 INCHES AT ROSALIA IN THE PALOUSE AND BLUE MOUNTAINS
REGION...AND 3.90 INCHES AT NORTHPORT IN THE NORTHEAST REGION.

THE OUTLOOK FOR JULY AND BEYOND...FOR THE NEXT TWO WEEKS THE OUTLOOK
IS FOR BELOW NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR ALL OF WASHINGTON. THE MONTHLY
OUTLOOK FOR JULY IS CALLING FOR EQUAL CHANCES OF NORMAL...ABOVE...OR
BELOW NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR THE ENTIRE STATE. THE THREE MONTH
OUTLOOK FROM JULY TO SEPTEMBER ALSO CALLS FOR EQUAL CHANCES OF
NORMAL...ABOVE...OR BELOW NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR THE ENTIRE STATE.

THE TABLE BELOW GIVES PRECIPITATION FIGURES AS A PERCENT OF NORMAL
FOR REGIONS OF WASHINGTON.  THE CURRENT WATER YEAR BEGAN 1 OCTOBER
2013 AND ENDS 30 SEPTEMBER 2014.

                         JUNE      WATER YEAR     PAST 3        PAST 12
                         2014       TO DATE       MONTHS        MONTHS
WESTERN WASHINGTON
  COAST                    52           81          108            88
  OLYMPICS                 65           76          106            84
  NORTHWEST INTERIOR       69          103          123           106
  PUGET SOUND LOWLANDS     62           89          114            99
  SOUTHWEST INTERIOR       82           85          116            96
  WEST FOOTHILLS CASCA     89          101          114           110
  CASCADES WEST           100           99          121           108

EASTERN WASHINGTON
  EAST SLOPES CASCADES     38           86           57           101
  OKANOGAN                 95           82           92            94
  CENTRAL BASIN            60           66           66            75
  NORTHEAST               134           82          104            90
  PALOUSE AND BLUE MTN    127           86           99            91



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        2.15     61        71.57     78        84.18     87
HOQUIAM           1.14     51        52.94     84        62.25     97
BELLINGHAM        0.88     48        27.99     90        33.98    102
SEATTLE           0.73     46        34.30    100        41.82    115
OLYMPIA           0.88     50        39.53     85        50.73    105
LONGVIEW          1.21     54        38.29     87        48.57    105

CONCRETE          2.54     86        65.14    102        76.53    113
SNOQUALMIE FALL   2.60     88        55.81     99        65.18    109
RANDLE*           2.64     89        52.66    101        62.57    114
DIABLO DAM        2.97    123        68.97     97        83.84    111
STAMPEDE PASS     2.78     81        78.75    106        90.25    114
PARADISE          4.42    108       111.98    102       128.77    111

WINTHROP          0.98     83         9.02     69        12.76     93
STEHEKIN          0.26     30        30.65     90        38.96    110
LEAVENWORTH       0.08      7        16.31     69        21.09     90
MOUNT ADAMS       0.63     50        43.35     99        52.05    115
WENATCHEE         0.44     67         3.31     40         6.09     73
YAKIMA            0.08     13         3.83     52         4.32     57

COULEE DAM        1.39    132         8.57     91        10.79    114
LIND              0.90    150         5.86     67         7.56     91
REPUBLIC          2.08    106        12.12     87        17.85    117
SPOKANE           1.84    147        11.57     79        13.81     95
PULLMAN           0.93    143        13.95     90        17.18     93
DAYTON            1.04     82        11.86     69        14.85     88

* = ESTIMATED

$$
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000
NOUS46 KSEW 221812 AAA
PNSSEW

WASHINGTON PRECIPITATION SUMMARY...AMENDED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
1112 AM PDT TUE JUL 22 2014

FOR JUNE...THE WESTERN WASHINGTON LOWLANDS SAW MOSTLY BELOW NORMAL
RAINFALL WHILE AREAS IN THE WESTERN CASCADES AND FOOTHILLS WERE
MOSTLY NEAR NORMAL. MOST OF EASTERN WASHINGTON RECEIVED BELOW NORMAL
PRECIPITATION FOR THE MONTH...BUT SOME AREAS WERE NEAR TO ABOVE
NORMAL. AS FOR THE WATER YEAR...MOST OF THE WESTERN HALF OF THE
STATE IS NEAR NORMAL FOR PRECIPITATION WHILE THE EASTERN HALF
CONTINUES TO BE MOSTLY BELOW NORMAL.

IN WESTERN WASHINGTON...THE MONTHLY PERCENTAGE OF NORMAL FOR
PRECIPITATION RANGED FROM 52 PERCENT ON THE COAST TO 100 PERCENT IN
THE WESTERN SLOPES OF THE CASCADES. THE GREATEST AMOUNT OF
PRECIPITATION AT THE CLIMATE STATIONS FOR THE MOUNTAINS...COAST...
AND INTERIOR LOWLANDS WAS 5.81 INCHES AT PALMER IN THE CASCADE
FOOTHILLS...2.15 INCHES AT QUILLAYUTE...AND 3.67 INCHES AT BATTLE
GROUND IN THE SOUTHWEST INTERIOR.

FOR EASTERN WASHINGTON...THE PERCENTAGE OF NORMAL FOR PRECIPITATION
RANGED FROM 38 PERCENT IN THE EAST SLOPES OF THE CASCADES TO 134
PERCENT IN THE NORTHEAST REGION. THE GREATEST AMOUNT OF
PRECIPITATION AT CLIMATE STATIONS FOR THE MOUNTAINS AND LOWLANDS WAS
2.62 INCHES AT ROSALIA IN THE PALOUSE AND BLUE MOUNTAINS
REGION...AND 3.90 INCHES AT NORTHPORT IN THE NORTHEAST REGION.

THE OUTLOOK FOR JULY AND BEYOND...FOR THE NEXT TWO WEEKS THE OUTLOOK
IS FOR BELOW NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR ALL OF WASHINGTON. THE MONTHLY
OUTLOOK FOR JULY IS CALLING FOR EQUAL CHANCES OF NORMAL...ABOVE...OR
BELOW NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR THE ENTIRE STATE. THE THREE MONTH
OUTLOOK FROM JULY TO SEPTEMBER ALSO CALLS FOR EQUAL CHANCES OF
NORMAL...ABOVE...OR BELOW NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR THE ENTIRE STATE.

THE TABLE BELOW GIVES PRECIPITATION FIGURES AS A PERCENT OF NORMAL
FOR REGIONS OF WASHINGTON.  THE CURRENT WATER YEAR BEGAN 1 OCTOBER
2013 AND ENDS 30 SEPTEMBER 2014.

                         JUNE      WATER YEAR     PAST 3        PAST 12
                         2014       TO DATE       MONTHS        MONTHS
WESTERN WASHINGTON
  COAST                    52           81          108            88
  OLYMPICS                 65           76          106            84
  NORTHWEST INTERIOR       69          103          123           106
  PUGET SOUND LOWLANDS     62           89          114            99
  SOUTHWEST INTERIOR       82           85          116            96
  WEST FOOTHILLS CASCA     89          101          114           110
  CASCADES WEST           100           99          121           108

EASTERN WASHINGTON
  EAST SLOPES CASCADES     38           86           57           101
  OKANOGAN                 95           82           92            94
  CENTRAL BASIN            60           66           66            75
  NORTHEAST               134           82          104            90
  PALOUSE AND BLUE MTN    127           86           99            91



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        2.15     61        71.57     78        84.18     87
HOQUIAM           1.14     51        52.94     84        62.25     97
BELLINGHAM        0.88     48        27.99     90        33.98    102
SEATTLE           0.73     46        34.30    100        41.82    115
OLYMPIA           0.88     50        39.53     85        50.73    105
LONGVIEW          1.21     54        38.29     87        48.57    105

CONCRETE          2.54     86        65.14    102        76.53    113
SNOQUALMIE FALL   2.60     88        55.81     99        65.18    109
RANDLE*           2.64     89        52.66    101        62.57    114
DIABLO DAM        2.97    123        68.97     97        83.84    111
STAMPEDE PASS     2.78     81        78.75    106        90.25    114
PARADISE          4.42    108       111.98    102       128.77    111

WINTHROP          0.98     83         9.02     69        12.76     93
STEHEKIN          0.26     30        30.65     90        38.96    110
LEAVENWORTH       0.08      7        16.31     69        21.09     90
MOUNT ADAMS       0.63     50        43.35     99        52.05    115
WENATCHEE         0.44     67         3.31     40         6.09     73
YAKIMA            0.08     13         3.83     52         4.32     57

COULEE DAM        1.39    132         8.57     91        10.79    114
LIND              0.90    150         5.86     67         7.56     91
REPUBLIC          2.08    106        12.12     87        17.85    117
SPOKANE           1.84    147        11.57     79        13.81     95
PULLMAN           0.93    143        13.95     90        17.18     93
DAYTON            1.04     82        11.86     69        14.85     88

* = ESTIMATED

$$
GRUB










000
NOUS43 KSGF 221411
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-231411

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
911 AM CDT TUE JUL 22 2014

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Douglas   Ava                    87  63   0.00
Barry     Roaring River SP       90  60   0.00
Benton    Edwards 6W             91  70   0.00
Morgan    Gravois Mills          91  70   0.00
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            87  62   0.00
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            91  69   0.00
Webster   Niangua                85  64   0.00

$$





000
NOUS43 KGLD 221200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT TUE JUL 22 2014

...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 TUE JUL 22 2014

...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
NOUS45 KSLC 220218
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
814 PM MDT MON JUL 21 2014

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS RAINFALL AND PEAK WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 800 PM.

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

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                    7 PM MON     0.19
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 8 PM MON     0.08
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        7 PM MON     0.08

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

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
VERNON HILL - 5761 FT                    4 PM MON     42 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
SR-30 AT CURLEW - 4766 FT                6 PM MON     62 MPH
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT               7 PM MON     51 MPH
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        7 PM MON     47 MPH
DURAND ROAD - 4538 FT                    4 PM MON     44 MPH
DIDDLE KNOLL - 4265 FT                   8 PM MON     40 MPH
NW DECON PAD - 4380 FT                   4 PM MON     40 MPH
TARGET S - 4349 FT                       3 PM MON     40 MPH

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
U.S. 6 AT EUREKA - 6584 FT               4 PM MON     47 MPH

$$


000
NOUS45 KSLC 220218
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
814 PM MDT MON JUL 21 2014

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS RAINFALL AND PEAK WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 800 PM.

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

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                    7 PM MON     0.19
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 8 PM MON     0.08
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        7 PM MON     0.08

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

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
VERNON HILL - 5761 FT                    4 PM MON     42 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
SR-30 AT CURLEW - 4766 FT                6 PM MON     62 MPH
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT               7 PM MON     51 MPH
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        7 PM MON     47 MPH
DURAND ROAD - 4538 FT                    4 PM MON     44 MPH
DIDDLE KNOLL - 4265 FT                   8 PM MON     40 MPH
NW DECON PAD - 4380 FT                   4 PM MON     40 MPH
TARGET S - 4349 FT                       3 PM MON     40 MPH

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
U.S. 6 AT EUREKA - 6584 FT               4 PM MON     47 MPH

$$



000
NOUS45 KPUB 212333
PNSPUB

ZCZC DENPNSPUB ALL
TTAA00 KPUB DDHHMM

COZ070-085-086-220018

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
518 PM MDT MON JUL 21 2014

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 96
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 63
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 89
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 64
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 83
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 55
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0


$$


000
NOUS45 KPUB 212333
PNSPUB

ZCZC DENPNSPUB ALL
TTAA00 KPUB DDHHMM

COZ070-085-086-220018

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
518 PM MDT MON JUL 21 2014

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 96
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 63
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 89
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 64
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 83
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 55
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0


$$


000
NOUS45 KPUB 212333
PNSPUB

ZCZC DENPNSPUB ALL
TTAA00 KPUB DDHHMM

COZ070-085-086-220018

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
518 PM MDT MON JUL 21 2014

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 96
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 63
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 89
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 64
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 83
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 55
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0


$$


000
NOUS45 KPUB 212333
PNSPUB

ZCZC DENPNSPUB ALL
TTAA00 KPUB DDHHMM

COZ070-085-086-220018

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
518 PM MDT MON JUL 21 2014

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 96
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 63
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 89
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 64
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 83
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 55
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0


$$


000
NOUS41 KLWX 211908
PNSLWX

...TORNADO CONFIRMED NEAR GLENGARY IN BERKELEY COUNTY WV...

LOCATION...2 MILES WEST NORTHWEST OF GLENGARY WV
DATE...JULY 13 2014
ESTIMATED TIME...7:37 PM TO 7:38 PM EDT
MAXIMUM EF-SCALE RATING...EF-0
ESTIMATED MAXIMUM WIND SPEED...65-75 MPH
MAXIMUM PATH WIDTH...50 YARDS
PATH LENGTH...130 YARDS
BEGINNING LAT/LON...39.3996N / 78.1886W
ENDING LAT/LON...39.4006N / 78.1881W
* FATALITIES...NONE
* INJURIES...NONE

* THE INFORMATION IN THIS STATEMENT IS PRELIMINARY AND SUBJECT TO
CHANGE PENDING FINAL REVIEW OF THE EVENT(S) AND PUBLICATION IN
NWS STORM DATA.

...SUMMARY...
AFTER A REVIEW OF RADAR OBSERVATIONS AND A GROUND SURVEY...THE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN BALTIMORE MD/WASHINGTON DC HAS CONFIRMED
AN EF-0 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN IN AN AREA ABOUT 2 MILES WEST NORTHWEST
OF GLENGARY IN BERKELEY COUNTY WEST VIRGINIA DURING THE EARLY
EVENING HOURS OF SUNDAY JULY 13 2014.

THE TORNADO WAS ESTIMATED TO HAVE TOUCHED DOWN AT APPROXIMATELY 737
PM EDT IN THE 500 BLOCK OF TUB RUN HOLLOW ROAD. EXTENSIVE
TREE DAMAGE OCCURRED IN THIS AREA. SEVERAL DOZEN TREES WERE SNAPPED
AND TOPPED...AND ANOTHER WAS UPROOTED NEAR A HOUSE. THE TREE DEBRIS
PATTERN WAS CONVERGENT IN NATURE...INDICATING TORNADIC ROTATION. THE
TORNADO TRAVELED APPROXIMATELY 130 YARDS TOWARDS THE NORTH NORTHEAST
ALONG TUB RUN HOLLOW ROAD...WHERE IT SNAPPED AND TOPPED ADDITIONAL
TREES ON BOTH SIDES OF THE ROAD BEFORE LIFTING AT APPROXIMATELY 738
PM.

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WOULD LIKE TO THANK THE BERKELEY COUNTY
OFFICE OF HOMELAND SECURITY AND EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT FOR ITS
ASSISTANCE WITH THIS DAMAGE SURVEY.

THIS INFORMATION CAN ALSO BE FOUND ON OUR WEBSITE AT
WEATHER.GOV/WASHINGTON.

FOR REFERENCE...THE ENHANCED FUJITA SCALE CLASSIFIES TORNADOES
INTO THE FOLLOWING CATEGORIES:

EF0...WIND SPEEDS 65 TO 85 MPH.
EF1...WIND SPEEDS 86 TO 110 MPH.
EF2...WIND SPEEDS 111 TO 135 MPH.
EF3...WIND SPEEDS 136 TO 165 MPH.
EF4...WIND SPEEDS 166 TO 200 MPH.
EF5...WIND SPEEDS GREATER THAN 200 MPH.

$$

KCS
















000
NOUS41 KLWX 211908
PNSLWX

...TORNADO CONFIRMED NEAR GLENGARY IN BERKELEY COUNTY WV...

LOCATION...2 MILES WEST NORTHWEST OF GLENGARY WV
DATE...JULY 13 2014
ESTIMATED TIME...7:37 PM TO 7:38 PM EDT
MAXIMUM EF-SCALE RATING...EF-0
ESTIMATED MAXIMUM WIND SPEED...65-75 MPH
MAXIMUM PATH WIDTH...50 YARDS
PATH LENGTH...130 YARDS
BEGINNING LAT/LON...39.3996N / 78.1886W
ENDING LAT/LON...39.4006N / 78.1881W
* FATALITIES...NONE
* INJURIES...NONE

* THE INFORMATION IN THIS STATEMENT IS PRELIMINARY AND SUBJECT TO
CHANGE PENDING FINAL REVIEW OF THE EVENT(S) AND PUBLICATION IN
NWS STORM DATA.

...SUMMARY...
AFTER A REVIEW OF RADAR OBSERVATIONS AND A GROUND SURVEY...THE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN BALTIMORE MD/WASHINGTON DC HAS CONFIRMED
AN EF-0 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN IN AN AREA ABOUT 2 MILES WEST NORTHWEST
OF GLENGARY IN BERKELEY COUNTY WEST VIRGINIA DURING THE EARLY
EVENING HOURS OF SUNDAY JULY 13 2014.

THE TORNADO WAS ESTIMATED TO HAVE TOUCHED DOWN AT APPROXIMATELY 737
PM EDT IN THE 500 BLOCK OF TUB RUN HOLLOW ROAD. EXTENSIVE
TREE DAMAGE OCCURRED IN THIS AREA. SEVERAL DOZEN TREES WERE SNAPPED
AND TOPPED...AND ANOTHER WAS UPROOTED NEAR A HOUSE. THE TREE DEBRIS
PATTERN WAS CONVERGENT IN NATURE...INDICATING TORNADIC ROTATION. THE
TORNADO TRAVELED APPROXIMATELY 130 YARDS TOWARDS THE NORTH NORTHEAST
ALONG TUB RUN HOLLOW ROAD...WHERE IT SNAPPED AND TOPPED ADDITIONAL
TREES ON BOTH SIDES OF THE ROAD BEFORE LIFTING AT APPROXIMATELY 738
PM.

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WOULD LIKE TO THANK THE BERKELEY COUNTY
OFFICE OF HOMELAND SECURITY AND EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT FOR ITS
ASSISTANCE WITH THIS DAMAGE SURVEY.

THIS INFORMATION CAN ALSO BE FOUND ON OUR WEBSITE AT
WEATHER.GOV/WASHINGTON.

FOR REFERENCE...THE ENHANCED FUJITA SCALE CLASSIFIES TORNADOES
INTO THE FOLLOWING CATEGORIES:

EF0...WIND SPEEDS 65 TO 85 MPH.
EF1...WIND SPEEDS 86 TO 110 MPH.
EF2...WIND SPEEDS 111 TO 135 MPH.
EF3...WIND SPEEDS 136 TO 165 MPH.
EF4...WIND SPEEDS 166 TO 200 MPH.
EF5...WIND SPEEDS GREATER THAN 200 MPH.

$$

KCS















000
NOUS44 KJAN 211812
PNSJAN

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON MS
112 PM CDT MON JUL 21 2014

...RECORD COLD ESTABLISHED FOR MID-JULY IN MISSISSIPPI...

RECORD COLD TEMPERATURES HAVE BEEN SEEN IN THE LAST FEW DAYS IN
MISSISSIPPI. WITH LOWS IN THE UPPER 50S TO LOW 60S AND HIGHS MOSTLY
IN THE 70S AND 80S...TEMPERATURES HAVE BEEN RUNNING 10-20 DEGREES
BELOW AVERAGE. STRONG NORTHERLY WINDS AND WIDESPREAD CLOUD COVER
HAVE KEPT TEMPERATURES MUCH BELOW AVERAGE OVER THE PAST FEW DAYS.
MANY RECORD LOWS AND LOW MAXIMUM TEMPERATURES WERE SET AND SOME
SHATTERED OVER THE PAST FEW DAYS. THE RECORD LOWEST MAXIMUM
TEMPERATURE FOR JULY WAS ALSO ESTABLISHED DURING THIS PERIOD OF MUCH
BELOW NORMAL TEMPERATURES.

HEAVY RAINFALL OCCURRED WITH THE FRONTAL PASSAGE THE PREVIOUS WEEK
AND SOME RAINFALL RECORDS WERE ALSO ESTABLISHED.

.RECORD LOW JULY 16TH...

LOCATION     NEW RECORD          PREVIOUS RECORD

GREENWOOD       58               58 (1967)

.RECORD LOWS JULY 17TH...

LOCATION     NEW RECORD          PREVIOUS RECORD

GREENWOOD       65               66 (2009, 1967)
HATTIESBURG     61               66 (1989)
VICKSBURG       63               67 (2008, 1982, 1967)

.RECORD LOW MAXIMUM TEMPERATURES JULY 17TH...

LOCATION     NEW RECORD          PREVIOUS RECORD

GREENWOOD       79               83 (2007, 1990)
GREENVILLE      80               81 (1967, 1961)

.RECORD RAINFALL JULY 18TH...

LOCATION     NEW RECORD          PREVIOUS RECORD

GREENWOOD    3.38 INCHES         0.73 INCHES (2013)
GREENVILLE   4.28 INCHES         0.86 INCHES (1959)

.ALL-TIME RECORD LOW MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE FOR JULY...

LOCATION     NEW RECORD          PREVIOUS RECORD

GREENWOOD       72               73 (07/22/1970)

.RECORD LOW MAXIMUM TEMPERATURES JULY 18TH...

LOCATION     NEW RECORD          PREVIOUS RECORD

GREENWOOD       72               85 (2009)
GREENVILLE      71               83 (1923)
VICKSBURG       80               81 (1990)

.RECORD LOW MAXIMUM TEMPERATURES JULY 19TH...

LOCATION     NEW RECORD          PREVIOUS RECORD

GREENWOOD       78               82 (1967)
GREENVILLE      77               80 (1969)
VICKSBURG       78               85 (1992)

.RECORD LOW MAXIMUM TEMPERATURES JULY 20TH...

LOCATION     NEW RECORD          PREVIOUS RECORD

GREENWOOD       81               83 (1989, 1971)
GREENVILLE      81               82 (1969, 1959, 1923)

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION... PLEASE VISIT OUR CLIMATE WEB SITE AT
(TYPE IN LOWER CASE):

WWW.SRH.NOAA.GOV/JAN/?N=CLIMATE_ZONE_STATION_LIST

$$

DC



















000
NOUS44 KJAN 211812
PNSJAN

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON MS
112 PM CDT MON JUL 21 2014

...RECORD COLD ESTABLISHED FOR MID-JULY IN MISSISSIPPI...

RECORD COLD TEMPERATURES HAVE BEEN SEEN IN THE LAST FEW DAYS IN
MISSISSIPPI. WITH LOWS IN THE UPPER 50S TO LOW 60S AND HIGHS MOSTLY
IN THE 70S AND 80S...TEMPERATURES HAVE BEEN RUNNING 10-20 DEGREES
BELOW AVERAGE. STRONG NORTHERLY WINDS AND WIDESPREAD CLOUD COVER
HAVE KEPT TEMPERATURES MUCH BELOW AVERAGE OVER THE PAST FEW DAYS.
MANY RECORD LOWS AND LOW MAXIMUM TEMPERATURES WERE SET AND SOME
SHATTERED OVER THE PAST FEW DAYS. THE RECORD LOWEST MAXIMUM
TEMPERATURE FOR JULY WAS ALSO ESTABLISHED DURING THIS PERIOD OF MUCH
BELOW NORMAL TEMPERATURES.

HEAVY RAINFALL OCCURRED WITH THE FRONTAL PASSAGE THE PREVIOUS WEEK
AND SOME RAINFALL RECORDS WERE ALSO ESTABLISHED.

.RECORD LOW JULY 16TH...

LOCATION     NEW RECORD          PREVIOUS RECORD

GREENWOOD       58               58 (1967)

.RECORD LOWS JULY 17TH...

LOCATION     NEW RECORD          PREVIOUS RECORD

GREENWOOD       65               66 (2009, 1967)
HATTIESBURG     61               66 (1989)
VICKSBURG       63               67 (2008, 1982, 1967)

.RECORD LOW MAXIMUM TEMPERATURES JULY 17TH...

LOCATION     NEW RECORD          PREVIOUS RECORD

GREENWOOD       79               83 (2007, 1990)
GREENVILLE      80               81 (1967, 1961)

.RECORD RAINFALL JULY 18TH...

LOCATION     NEW RECORD          PREVIOUS RECORD

GREENWOOD    3.38 INCHES         0.73 INCHES (2013)
GREENVILLE   4.28 INCHES         0.86 INCHES (1959)

.ALL-TIME RECORD LOW MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE FOR JULY...

LOCATION     NEW RECORD          PREVIOUS RECORD

GREENWOOD       72               73 (07/22/1970)

.RECORD LOW MAXIMUM TEMPERATURES JULY 18TH...

LOCATION     NEW RECORD          PREVIOUS RECORD

GREENWOOD       72               85 (2009)
GREENVILLE      71               83 (1923)
VICKSBURG       80               81 (1990)

.RECORD LOW MAXIMUM TEMPERATURES JULY 19TH...

LOCATION     NEW RECORD          PREVIOUS RECORD

GREENWOOD       78               82 (1967)
GREENVILLE      77               80 (1969)
VICKSBURG       78               85 (1992)

.RECORD LOW MAXIMUM TEMPERATURES JULY 20TH...

LOCATION     NEW RECORD          PREVIOUS RECORD

GREENWOOD       81               83 (1989, 1971)
GREENVILLE      81               82 (1969, 1959, 1923)

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION... PLEASE VISIT OUR CLIMATE WEB SITE AT
(TYPE IN LOWER CASE):

WWW.SRH.NOAA.GOV/JAN/?N=CLIMATE_ZONE_STATION_LIST

$$

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000
NOUS44 KJAN 211812
PNSJAN

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON MS
112 PM CDT MON JUL 21 2014

...RECORD COLD ESTABLISHED FOR MID-JULY IN MISSISSIPPI...

RECORD COLD TEMPERATURES HAVE BEEN SEEN IN THE LAST FEW DAYS IN
MISSISSIPPI. WITH LOWS IN THE UPPER 50S TO LOW 60S AND HIGHS MOSTLY
IN THE 70S AND 80S...TEMPERATURES HAVE BEEN RUNNING 10-20 DEGREES
BELOW AVERAGE. STRONG NORTHERLY WINDS AND WIDESPREAD CLOUD COVER
HAVE KEPT TEMPERATURES MUCH BELOW AVERAGE OVER THE PAST FEW DAYS.
MANY RECORD LOWS AND LOW MAXIMUM TEMPERATURES WERE SET AND SOME
SHATTERED OVER THE PAST FEW DAYS. THE RECORD LOWEST MAXIMUM
TEMPERATURE FOR JULY WAS ALSO ESTABLISHED DURING THIS PERIOD OF MUCH
BELOW NORMAL TEMPERATURES.

HEAVY RAINFALL OCCURRED WITH THE FRONTAL PASSAGE THE PREVIOUS WEEK
AND SOME RAINFALL RECORDS WERE ALSO ESTABLISHED.

.RECORD LOW JULY 16TH...

LOCATION     NEW RECORD          PREVIOUS RECORD

GREENWOOD       58               58 (1967)

.RECORD LOWS JULY 17TH...

LOCATION     NEW RECORD          PREVIOUS RECORD

GREENWOOD       65               66 (2009, 1967)
HATTIESBURG     61               66 (1989)
VICKSBURG       63               67 (2008, 1982, 1967)

.RECORD LOW MAXIMUM TEMPERATURES JULY 17TH...

LOCATION     NEW RECORD          PREVIOUS RECORD

GREENWOOD       79               83 (2007, 1990)
GREENVILLE      80               81 (1967, 1961)

.RECORD RAINFALL JULY 18TH...

LOCATION     NEW RECORD          PREVIOUS RECORD

GREENWOOD    3.38 INCHES         0.73 INCHES (2013)
GREENVILLE   4.28 INCHES         0.86 INCHES (1959)

.ALL-TIME RECORD LOW MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE FOR JULY...

LOCATION     NEW RECORD          PREVIOUS RECORD

GREENWOOD       72               73 (07/22/1970)

.RECORD LOW MAXIMUM TEMPERATURES JULY 18TH...

LOCATION     NEW RECORD          PREVIOUS RECORD

GREENWOOD       72               85 (2009)
GREENVILLE      71               83 (1923)
VICKSBURG       80               81 (1990)

.RECORD LOW MAXIMUM TEMPERATURES JULY 19TH...

LOCATION     NEW RECORD          PREVIOUS RECORD

GREENWOOD       78               82 (1967)
GREENVILLE      77               80 (1969)
VICKSBURG       78               85 (1992)

.RECORD LOW MAXIMUM TEMPERATURES JULY 20TH...

LOCATION     NEW RECORD          PREVIOUS RECORD

GREENWOOD       81               83 (1989, 1971)
GREENVILLE      81               82 (1969, 1959, 1923)

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION... PLEASE VISIT OUR CLIMATE WEB SITE AT
(TYPE IN LOWER CASE):

WWW.SRH.NOAA.GOV/JAN/?N=CLIMATE_ZONE_STATION_LIST

$$

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000
NOUS44 KJAN 211812
PNSJAN

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON MS
112 PM CDT MON JUL 21 2014

...RECORD COLD ESTABLISHED FOR MID-JULY IN MISSISSIPPI...

RECORD COLD TEMPERATURES HAVE BEEN SEEN IN THE LAST FEW DAYS IN
MISSISSIPPI. WITH LOWS IN THE UPPER 50S TO LOW 60S AND HIGHS MOSTLY
IN THE 70S AND 80S...TEMPERATURES HAVE BEEN RUNNING 10-20 DEGREES
BELOW AVERAGE. STRONG NORTHERLY WINDS AND WIDESPREAD CLOUD COVER
HAVE KEPT TEMPERATURES MUCH BELOW AVERAGE OVER THE PAST FEW DAYS.
MANY RECORD LOWS AND LOW MAXIMUM TEMPERATURES WERE SET AND SOME
SHATTERED OVER THE PAST FEW DAYS. THE RECORD LOWEST MAXIMUM
TEMPERATURE FOR JULY WAS ALSO ESTABLISHED DURING THIS PERIOD OF MUCH
BELOW NORMAL TEMPERATURES.

HEAVY RAINFALL OCCURRED WITH THE FRONTAL PASSAGE THE PREVIOUS WEEK
AND SOME RAINFALL RECORDS WERE ALSO ESTABLISHED.

.RECORD LOW JULY 16TH...

LOCATION     NEW RECORD          PREVIOUS RECORD

GREENWOOD       58               58 (1967)

.RECORD LOWS JULY 17TH...

LOCATION     NEW RECORD          PREVIOUS RECORD

GREENWOOD       65               66 (2009, 1967)
HATTIESBURG     61               66 (1989)
VICKSBURG       63               67 (2008, 1982, 1967)

.RECORD LOW MAXIMUM TEMPERATURES JULY 17TH...

LOCATION     NEW RECORD          PREVIOUS RECORD

GREENWOOD       79               83 (2007, 1990)
GREENVILLE      80               81 (1967, 1961)

.RECORD RAINFALL JULY 18TH...

LOCATION     NEW RECORD          PREVIOUS RECORD

GREENWOOD    3.38 INCHES         0.73 INCHES (2013)
GREENVILLE   4.28 INCHES         0.86 INCHES (1959)

.ALL-TIME RECORD LOW MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE FOR JULY...

LOCATION     NEW RECORD          PREVIOUS RECORD

GREENWOOD       72               73 (07/22/1970)

.RECORD LOW MAXIMUM TEMPERATURES JULY 18TH...

LOCATION     NEW RECORD          PREVIOUS RECORD

GREENWOOD       72               85 (2009)
GREENVILLE      71               83 (1923)
VICKSBURG       80               81 (1990)

.RECORD LOW MAXIMUM TEMPERATURES JULY 19TH...

LOCATION     NEW RECORD          PREVIOUS RECORD

GREENWOOD       78               82 (1967)
GREENVILLE      77               80 (1969)
VICKSBURG       78               85 (1992)

.RECORD LOW MAXIMUM TEMPERATURES JULY 20TH...

LOCATION     NEW RECORD          PREVIOUS RECORD

GREENWOOD       81               83 (1989, 1971)
GREENVILLE      81               82 (1969, 1959, 1923)

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION... PLEASE VISIT OUR CLIMATE WEB SITE AT
(TYPE IN LOWER CASE):

WWW.SRH.NOAA.GOV/JAN/?N=CLIMATE_ZONE_STATION_LIST

$$

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000
NOUS43 KSGF 211412
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-221412

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
912 AM CDT MON JUL 21 2014

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Barry     Roaring River SP       84  60   0.00
Morgan    Gravois Mills          84  65   0.00
Douglas   Ava                    84  59   0.00
Benton    Edwards 6W             85  65   0.00
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            83  61   0.00
Webster   Niangua                80  62   0.00
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            85  65   0.00

$$





000
NOUS43 KSGF 211412
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-221412

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
912 AM CDT MON JUL 21 2014

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Barry     Roaring River SP       84  60   0.00
Morgan    Gravois Mills          84  65   0.00
Douglas   Ava                    84  59   0.00
Benton    Edwards 6W             85  65   0.00
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            83  61   0.00
Webster   Niangua                80  62   0.00
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            85  65   0.00

$$






000
NOUS43 KGLD 211200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT MON JUL 21 2014

...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 211200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT MON JUL 21 2014

...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 210233
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
825 PM MDT SUN JUL 20 2014

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS RAINFALL AND PEAK WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 800 PM.

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

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     8 PM SUN     0.09
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                8 PM SUN     0.05
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                      7 PM SUN     0.05
CLINTON - 4337 FT                        8 PM SUN     0.02

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
NORTH HOLLADAY - 4600 FT                 8 PM SUN     0.14
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT         8 PM SUN     0.13
WEST JORDAN - 4740 FT                    5 PM SUN     0.13
TRANS-JORDAN LANDFILL - 5201 FT          8 PM SUN     0.11
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4281 FT               8 PM SUN     0.10
HOLLADAY - 4516 FT                       8 PM SUN     0.08
HERRIMAN - 4969 FT                       7 PM SUN     0.08
TAYLORSVILLE - 4281 FT                   7 PM SUN     0.08
RIVERTON - 4429 FT                       8 PM SUN     0.07
TOOELE - 5070 FT                         5 PM SUN     0.07
DRAPER - 4426 FT                         8 PM SUN     0.06
SANDY - 4712 FT                          8 PM SUN     0.06
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                   8 PM SUN     0.05
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                 8 PM SUN     0.05
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            8 PM SUN     0.03
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         8 PM SUN     0.02
RIVERTON - 4480 FT                       4 PM SUN     0.02

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
PLEASANT GROVE - 5200 FT                 7 PM SUN     0.05
ALPINE - 5070 FT                         5 PM SUN     0.05
TICKVILLE - 5191 FT                      7 PM SUN     0.04
LEHI - 4593 FT                           8 PM SUN     0.03
OREM - 4728 FT                           8 PM SUN     0.03
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4787 FT               8 PM SUN     0.02

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
NW DECON PAD - 4380 FT                   8 PM SUN     0.23
DURAND ROAD - 4538 FT                    8 PM SUN     0.22
CAMEL BACK MTN - 5077 FT                 8 PM SUN     0.20
TOWER GRID - 4346 FT                     8 PM SUN     0.19
CLIFTON FLAT - 6384 FT                   7 PM SUN     0.19
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 8 PM SUN     0.14
PLAYA STATION - 4280 FT                  8 PM SUN     0.12
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT                8 PM SUN     0.12
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                    8 PM SUN     0.12
LOWER CEDAR MTN - 4495 FT                8 PM SUN     0.10
ENGLISH VILLAGE - 4788 FT                8 PM SUN     0.09
BAKER LAB - 4294 FT                      8 PM SUN     0.08
CEDAR MOUNTAIN - 4650 FT                 7 PM SUN     0.06
DITTO - 4345 FT                          8 PM SUN     0.05

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
PARK CITY GOLF COURSE - 6855 FT          6 PM SUN     0.28
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT        7 PM SUN     0.05

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       8 PM SUN     0.05

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
ALTA - COLLINS - 9662 FT                 8 PM SUN     0.11
ALTA - 8730 FT                           5 PM SUN     0.05
ALTA - BASE - 8560 FT                    8 PM SUN     0.04
SUNDANCE - MID MOUNTAIN - 7503 FT        8 PM SUN     0.03

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           8 PM SUN     0.12
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      8 PM SUN     0.09
WEST FORK BLACKSMITHS FORK - 9620 FT     8 PM SUN     0.03

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
SUNNYSIDE                                4 PM SUN     0.43
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      8 PM SUN     0.19
BRUIN POINT - 10200 FT                   7 PM SUN     0.17
MANTI - PORTABLE #4 - 8421 FT            7 PM SUN     0.13
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                    8 PM SUN     0.08

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      7 PM SUN     0.05
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      7 PM SUN     0.04
DUCHESNE - 5520 FT                       5 PM SUN     0.03

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
FLATTOP MOUNTAIN - 6120 FT               7 PM SUN     0.06

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
SPRING CITY - 5835 FT                    8 PM SUN     0.08
MONROE - 5322 FT                         8 PM SUN     0.06

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
MUD SPRING - 5902 FT                     7 PM SUN     0.02

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        7 PM SUN     0.07

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    7 PM SUN     0.39

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
FISHLAKE D2 PT #2 - 7100 FT              7 PM SUN     0.04

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         8 PM SUN     0.26
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT       7 PM SUN     0.16

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     7 PM SUN     42 MPH
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          8 PM SUN     41 MPH

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
W. OGDEN - 4222 FT                       7 PM SUN     50 MPH
I-15 AT WILLARD POE - 4220 FT            7 PM SUN     46 MPH
GREAT SALT LAKE MINERALS - 4212 FT       7 PM SUN     46 MPH
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                   7 PM SUN     40 MPH
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            7 PM SUN     40 MPH
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                       7 PM SUN     40 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         4 PM SUN     59 MPH
VERNON HILL - 5761 FT                    5 PM SUN     57 MPH
GRANTSVILLE - 4465 FT                    4 PM SUN     42 MPH
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT         5 PM SUN     41 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
ENGLISH VILLAGE - 4788 FT                3 PM SUN     53 MPH
WEST SALT FLATS - 4237 FT                1 PM SUN     52 MPH
GROOME - 4223 FT                         3 PM SUN     51 MPH
GUNNISON ISLAND - 4242 FT                6 PM SUN     48 MPH
ARAGONITE - 5030 FT                      5 PM SUN     47 MPH
SR-30 AT CURLEW - 4766 FT                5 PM SUN     47 MPH
LOWER CEDAR MTN - 4495 FT                3 PM SUN     47 MPH
WENDOVER PORT OF ENTRY - 4227 FT         3 PM SUN     46 MPH
CLIFTON FLAT - 6384 FT                   1 PM SUN     45 MPH
CAMEL BACK MTN - 5077 FT                 3 PM SUN     44 MPH
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        5 PM SUN     43 MPH
EMIGRANT PASS OBSERVATORY - 5744 FT      5 PM SUN     43 MPH
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT                4 PM SUN     43 MPH
UPPER CEDAR MTN - 7052 FT                3 PM SUN     42 MPH
I-80 AT GRASSEY - 4650 FT                4 PM SUN     41 MPH
INTERSTATE 80 - 4125 FT                  3 PM SUN     41 MPH
WEST GRANITE - 4403 FT                   2 PM SUN     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
MORGAN - 5059 FT                         5 PM SUN     48 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OGDEN PEAK - 9570 FT                     7 PM SUN     52 MPH
POWDER MOUNTAIN - 8897 FT                7 PM SUN     48 MPH
SHERWOOD HILLS - 5039 FT                 7 PM SUN     45 MPH
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       7 PM SUN     44 MPH
SNOWBASIN - WILDCAT - 7703 FT            8 PM SUN     43 MPH
MANTUA - 5899 FT                         7 PM SUN     42 MPH
SR-30 - 4990 FT                          8 PM SUN     40 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
DRY RIDGE - 11565 FT                     5 PM SUN     45 MPH

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      1 PM SUN     41 MPH

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
FLATTOP MOUNTAIN - 6120 FT              12 PM SUN     44 MPH
RATTLESNAKE BENCH - 6601 FT              3 PM SUN     42 MPH

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
U.S. 6 AT EUREKA - 6584 FT               7 AM SUN     49 MPH

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT      5 PM SUN     40 MPH

...SOUTH CENTRAL UTAH...
TELEGRAPH FLAT - 5460 FT                 2 PM SUN     41 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
I-15 AT SCIPIO SUMMIT - 5960 FT          2 PM SUN     44 MPH
DOG VALLEY - 6180 FT                     6 PM SUN     42 MPH

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
PORTABLE RWIS 5 - 9782 FT                7 PM SUN     46 MPH

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
CHURCH BUTTE - 6743 FT                   6 PM SUN     47 MPH

$$



000
NOUS45 KSLC 210233
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
825 PM MDT SUN JUL 20 2014

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS RAINFALL AND PEAK WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 800 PM.

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

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     8 PM SUN     0.09
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                8 PM SUN     0.05
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                      7 PM SUN     0.05
CLINTON - 4337 FT                        8 PM SUN     0.02

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
NORTH HOLLADAY - 4600 FT                 8 PM SUN     0.14
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT         8 PM SUN     0.13
WEST JORDAN - 4740 FT                    5 PM SUN     0.13
TRANS-JORDAN LANDFILL - 5201 FT          8 PM SUN     0.11
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4281 FT               8 PM SUN     0.10
HOLLADAY - 4516 FT                       8 PM SUN     0.08
HERRIMAN - 4969 FT                       7 PM SUN     0.08
TAYLORSVILLE - 4281 FT                   7 PM SUN     0.08
RIVERTON - 4429 FT                       8 PM SUN     0.07
TOOELE - 5070 FT                         5 PM SUN     0.07
DRAPER - 4426 FT                         8 PM SUN     0.06
SANDY - 4712 FT                          8 PM SUN     0.06
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                   8 PM SUN     0.05
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                 8 PM SUN     0.05
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            8 PM SUN     0.03
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         8 PM SUN     0.02
RIVERTON - 4480 FT                       4 PM SUN     0.02

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
PLEASANT GROVE - 5200 FT                 7 PM SUN     0.05
ALPINE - 5070 FT                         5 PM SUN     0.05
TICKVILLE - 5191 FT                      7 PM SUN     0.04
LEHI - 4593 FT                           8 PM SUN     0.03
OREM - 4728 FT                           8 PM SUN     0.03
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4787 FT               8 PM SUN     0.02

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
NW DECON PAD - 4380 FT                   8 PM SUN     0.23
DURAND ROAD - 4538 FT                    8 PM SUN     0.22
CAMEL BACK MTN - 5077 FT                 8 PM SUN     0.20
TOWER GRID - 4346 FT                     8 PM SUN     0.19
CLIFTON FLAT - 6384 FT                   7 PM SUN     0.19
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 8 PM SUN     0.14
PLAYA STATION - 4280 FT                  8 PM SUN     0.12
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT                8 PM SUN     0.12
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                    8 PM SUN     0.12
LOWER CEDAR MTN - 4495 FT                8 PM SUN     0.10
ENGLISH VILLAGE - 4788 FT                8 PM SUN     0.09
BAKER LAB - 4294 FT                      8 PM SUN     0.08
CEDAR MOUNTAIN - 4650 FT                 7 PM SUN     0.06
DITTO - 4345 FT                          8 PM SUN     0.05

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
PARK CITY GOLF COURSE - 6855 FT          6 PM SUN     0.28
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT        7 PM SUN     0.05

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       8 PM SUN     0.05

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
ALTA - COLLINS - 9662 FT                 8 PM SUN     0.11
ALTA - 8730 FT                           5 PM SUN     0.05
ALTA - BASE - 8560 FT                    8 PM SUN     0.04
SUNDANCE - MID MOUNTAIN - 7503 FT        8 PM SUN     0.03

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           8 PM SUN     0.12
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      8 PM SUN     0.09
WEST FORK BLACKSMITHS FORK - 9620 FT     8 PM SUN     0.03

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
SUNNYSIDE                                4 PM SUN     0.43
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      8 PM SUN     0.19
BRUIN POINT - 10200 FT                   7 PM SUN     0.17
MANTI - PORTABLE #4 - 8421 FT            7 PM SUN     0.13
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                    8 PM SUN     0.08

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      7 PM SUN     0.05
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      7 PM SUN     0.04
DUCHESNE - 5520 FT                       5 PM SUN     0.03

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
FLATTOP MOUNTAIN - 6120 FT               7 PM SUN     0.06

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
SPRING CITY - 5835 FT                    8 PM SUN     0.08
MONROE - 5322 FT                         8 PM SUN     0.06

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
MUD SPRING - 5902 FT                     7 PM SUN     0.02

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        7 PM SUN     0.07

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    7 PM SUN     0.39

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
FISHLAKE D2 PT #2 - 7100 FT              7 PM SUN     0.04

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         8 PM SUN     0.26
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT       7 PM SUN     0.16

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     7 PM SUN     42 MPH
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          8 PM SUN     41 MPH

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
W. OGDEN - 4222 FT                       7 PM SUN     50 MPH
I-15 AT WILLARD POE - 4220 FT            7 PM SUN     46 MPH
GREAT SALT LAKE MINERALS - 4212 FT       7 PM SUN     46 MPH
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                   7 PM SUN     40 MPH
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            7 PM SUN     40 MPH
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                       7 PM SUN     40 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         4 PM SUN     59 MPH
VERNON HILL - 5761 FT                    5 PM SUN     57 MPH
GRANTSVILLE - 4465 FT                    4 PM SUN     42 MPH
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT         5 PM SUN     41 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
ENGLISH VILLAGE - 4788 FT                3 PM SUN     53 MPH
WEST SALT FLATS - 4237 FT                1 PM SUN     52 MPH
GROOME - 4223 FT                         3 PM SUN     51 MPH
GUNNISON ISLAND - 4242 FT                6 PM SUN     48 MPH
ARAGONITE - 5030 FT                      5 PM SUN     47 MPH
SR-30 AT CURLEW - 4766 FT                5 PM SUN     47 MPH
LOWER CEDAR MTN - 4495 FT                3 PM SUN     47 MPH
WENDOVER PORT OF ENTRY - 4227 FT         3 PM SUN     46 MPH
CLIFTON FLAT - 6384 FT                   1 PM SUN     45 MPH
CAMEL BACK MTN - 5077 FT                 3 PM SUN     44 MPH
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        5 PM SUN     43 MPH
EMIGRANT PASS OBSERVATORY - 5744 FT      5 PM SUN     43 MPH
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT                4 PM SUN     43 MPH
UPPER CEDAR MTN - 7052 FT                3 PM SUN     42 MPH
I-80 AT GRASSEY - 4650 FT                4 PM SUN     41 MPH
INTERSTATE 80 - 4125 FT                  3 PM SUN     41 MPH
WEST GRANITE - 4403 FT                   2 PM SUN     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
MORGAN - 5059 FT                         5 PM SUN     48 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OGDEN PEAK - 9570 FT                     7 PM SUN     52 MPH
POWDER MOUNTAIN - 8897 FT                7 PM SUN     48 MPH
SHERWOOD HILLS - 5039 FT                 7 PM SUN     45 MPH
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       7 PM SUN     44 MPH
SNOWBASIN - WILDCAT - 7703 FT            8 PM SUN     43 MPH
MANTUA - 5899 FT                         7 PM SUN     42 MPH
SR-30 - 4990 FT                          8 PM SUN     40 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
DRY RIDGE - 11565 FT                     5 PM SUN     45 MPH

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      1 PM SUN     41 MPH

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
FLATTOP MOUNTAIN - 6120 FT              12 PM SUN     44 MPH
RATTLESNAKE BENCH - 6601 FT              3 PM SUN     42 MPH

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
U.S. 6 AT EUREKA - 6584 FT               7 AM SUN     49 MPH

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT      5 PM SUN     40 MPH

...SOUTH CENTRAL UTAH...
TELEGRAPH FLAT - 5460 FT                 2 PM SUN     41 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
I-15 AT SCIPIO SUMMIT - 5960 FT          2 PM SUN     44 MPH
DOG VALLEY - 6180 FT                     6 PM SUN     42 MPH

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
PORTABLE RWIS 5 - 9782 FT                7 PM SUN     46 MPH

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
CHURCH BUTTE - 6743 FT                   6 PM SUN     47 MPH

$$


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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
501 PM MDT SUN JUL 20 2014

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 97
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 58
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 92
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 60
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 86
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 44
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0
                    PK WIND 31 MPH FROM NW AT 459 PM MDT.


$$


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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
501 PM MDT SUN JUL 20 2014

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 97
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 58
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 92
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 60
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 86
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 44
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0
                    PK WIND 31 MPH FROM NW AT 459 PM MDT.


$$



000
NOUS43 KSGF 201416
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-211416

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
916 AM CDT SUN JUL 20 2014

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Webster   Niangua                78  60   0.00
Morgan    Gravois Mills          84  64   0.00
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            82  57   0.00
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            83  59   0.00
Benton    Edwards 6W             84  60   0.00
Douglas   Ava                    81  56   0.00

$$





000
NOUS43 KGLD 201200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT SUN JUL 20 2014

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

IN 1932, THE TEMPERATURE SOARED TO 114 DEGREES IN MCCOOK
NEBRASKA, ITS ALL TIME RECORD AND THE HIGHEST EVER RECORDED IN THE
TRI STATE AREA.

$$







000
NOUS43 KGLD 201200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT SUN JUL 20 2014

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

IN 1932, THE TEMPERATURE SOARED TO 114 DEGREES IN MCCOOK
NEBRASKA, ITS ALL TIME RECORD AND THE HIGHEST EVER RECORDED IN THE
TRI STATE AREA.

$$






000
NOUS44 KOUN 200635
PNSOUN

RECORD EVENT REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORMAN OK
0135 AM CDT SUN JUL 20 2014

...RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE SET AT HOBART...

 A RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE OF 59 DEGREES WAS SET AT HOBART YESTERDAY.
THIS TIES THE OLD RECORD OF 59 SET IN 1938.

$$

...RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE SET AT LAWTON MUNICIPAL...

 A RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE OF 61 DEGREES WAS SET AT LAWTON MUNICIPAL YESTERDAY.
THIS BREAKS THE OLD RECORD OF 63 SET IN 1947.

$$

...RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE SET AT PONCA CITY...

 A RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE OF 59 DEGREES WAS SET AT PONCA CITY YESTERDAY.
THIS BREAKS THE OLD RECORD OF 61 SET IN 1971.

$$


000
NOUS44 KOUN 200635
PNSOUN

RECORD EVENT REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORMAN OK
0135 AM CDT SUN JUL 20 2014

...RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE SET AT HOBART...

 A RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE OF 59 DEGREES WAS SET AT HOBART YESTERDAY.
THIS TIES THE OLD RECORD OF 59 SET IN 1938.

$$

...RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE SET AT LAWTON MUNICIPAL...

 A RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE OF 61 DEGREES WAS SET AT LAWTON MUNICIPAL YESTERDAY.
THIS BREAKS THE OLD RECORD OF 63 SET IN 1947.

$$

...RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE SET AT PONCA CITY...

 A RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE OF 59 DEGREES WAS SET AT PONCA CITY YESTERDAY.
THIS BREAKS THE OLD RECORD OF 61 SET IN 1971.

$$


000
NOUS44 KOUN 200635
PNSOUN

RECORD EVENT REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORMAN OK
0135 AM CDT SUN JUL 20 2014

...RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE SET AT HOBART...

 A RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE OF 59 DEGREES WAS SET AT HOBART YESTERDAY.
THIS TIES THE OLD RECORD OF 59 SET IN 1938.

$$

...RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE SET AT LAWTON MUNICIPAL...

 A RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE OF 61 DEGREES WAS SET AT LAWTON MUNICIPAL YESTERDAY.
THIS BREAKS THE OLD RECORD OF 63 SET IN 1947.

$$

...RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE SET AT PONCA CITY...

 A RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE OF 59 DEGREES WAS SET AT PONCA CITY YESTERDAY.
THIS BREAKS THE OLD RECORD OF 61 SET IN 1971.

$$


000
NOUS44 KOUN 200635
PNSOUN

RECORD EVENT REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORMAN OK
0135 AM CDT SUN JUL 20 2014

...RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE SET AT HOBART...

 A RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE OF 59 DEGREES WAS SET AT HOBART YESTERDAY.
THIS TIES THE OLD RECORD OF 59 SET IN 1938.

$$

...RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE SET AT LAWTON MUNICIPAL...

 A RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE OF 61 DEGREES WAS SET AT LAWTON MUNICIPAL YESTERDAY.
THIS BREAKS THE OLD RECORD OF 63 SET IN 1947.

$$

...RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE SET AT PONCA CITY...

 A RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE OF 59 DEGREES WAS SET AT PONCA CITY YESTERDAY.
THIS BREAKS THE OLD RECORD OF 61 SET IN 1971.

$$


000
NOUS44 KLIX 200011
PNSLIX
LAZ040-050-058-060>064-069-070-072-090415-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NEW ORLEANS LA
710 PM CDT SAT JUL 19 2014

...NOAA WEATHER RADIO IN GULFPORT IS DOWN...

THE NOAA WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTER IN GULFPORT IS DOWN. TECHNICIANS
HAVE BEEN CALLED IN ORDER TO PROPERLY DIAGNOSE THE ISSUE. WE
APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE THIS MAY CAUSE AND SERVICE WILL
BE RETURNED AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.

$$











000
NOUS44 KLIX 200011
PNSLIX
LAZ040-050-058-060>064-069-070-072-090415-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NEW ORLEANS LA
710 PM CDT SAT JUL 19 2014

...NOAA WEATHER RADIO IN GULFPORT IS DOWN...

THE NOAA WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTER IN GULFPORT IS DOWN. TECHNICIANS
HAVE BEEN CALLED IN ORDER TO PROPERLY DIAGNOSE THE ISSUE. WE
APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE THIS MAY CAUSE AND SERVICE WILL
BE RETURNED AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.

$$










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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
457 PM MDT SAT JUL 19 2014

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 95
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 57
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... T
                    PK WIND 61 MPH FROM N AT 308 PM MDT.

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 88
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 56
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... T
                    PK WIND 38 MPH FROM E AT 243 PM MDT.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 81
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 47
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... T
                    PK WIND 41 MPH FROM NW AT 450 PM MDT.


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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
457 PM MDT SAT JUL 19 2014

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 95
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 57
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... T
                    PK WIND 61 MPH FROM N AT 308 PM MDT.

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 88
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 56
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... T
                    PK WIND 38 MPH FROM E AT 243 PM MDT.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 81
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 47
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... T
                    PK WIND 41 MPH FROM NW AT 450 PM MDT.


$$



000
NOUS43 KSGF 191356
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-201355

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
855 AM CDT SAT JUL 19 2014

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Douglas   Ava                    78  61   0.00
Benton    Edwards 6W             81  57   0.00
Morgan    Gravois Mills          81  58   0.00
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            79  55   0.00
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            79  57   0.00

$$






000
NOUS43 KSGF 191356
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-201355

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
855 AM CDT SAT JUL 19 2014

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Douglas   Ava                    78  61   0.00
Benton    Edwards 6W             81  57   0.00
Morgan    Gravois Mills          81  58   0.00
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            79  55   0.00
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            79  57   0.00

$$





000
NOUS43 KGLD 191200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT SAT JUL 19 2014

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

IN 2010, THUNDERSTORMS DEVELOPED IN NORTHEAST COLORADO AND MOVED
INTO EXTREME NORTHWEST KANSAS DURING THE LATE AFTERNOON HOURS.
SEVERE WINDS UP TO 81 MPH WERE REPORTED IN THE SAINT FRANCIS AREA
WITH 74 MPH WINDS REPORTED IN ATWOOD. STRONG WINDS AND GOLF BALL
SIZED HAIL CONTINUED INTO NORTON COUNTY.

$$







000
NOUS43 KGLD 191200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT SAT JUL 19 2014

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

IN 2010, THUNDERSTORMS DEVELOPED IN NORTHEAST COLORADO AND MOVED
INTO EXTREME NORTHWEST KANSAS DURING THE LATE AFTERNOON HOURS.
SEVERE WINDS UP TO 81 MPH WERE REPORTED IN THE SAINT FRANCIS AREA
WITH 74 MPH WINDS REPORTED IN ATWOOD. STRONG WINDS AND GOLF BALL
SIZED HAIL CONTINUED INTO NORTON COUNTY.

$$






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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
521 PM MDT FRI JUL 18 2014

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 90
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 57
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0
                    PK WIND 29 MPH FROM N AT 443 PM MDT.

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 85
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 55
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... T
                    PK WIND 28 MPH FROM N AT 307 PM MDT.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 84
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 46
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0
                    PK WIND 30 MH FROM THE SW AT 446 PM MDT.


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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
521 PM MDT FRI JUL 18 2014

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 90
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 57
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0
                    PK WIND 29 MPH FROM N AT 443 PM MDT.

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 85
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 55
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... T
                    PK WIND 28 MPH FROM N AT 307 PM MDT.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 84
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 46
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0
                    PK WIND 30 MH FROM THE SW AT 446 PM MDT.


$$


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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
521 PM MDT FRI JUL 18 2014

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 90
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 57
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0
                    PK WIND 29 MPH FROM N AT 443 PM MDT.

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 85
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 55
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... T
                    PK WIND 28 MPH FROM N AT 307 PM MDT.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 84
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 46
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0
                    PK WIND 30 MH FROM THE SW AT 446 PM MDT.


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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
521 PM MDT FRI JUL 18 2014

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 90
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 57
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0
                    PK WIND 29 MPH FROM N AT 443 PM MDT.

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 85
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 55
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... T
                    PK WIND 28 MPH FROM N AT 307 PM MDT.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 84
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 46
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0
                    PK WIND 30 MH FROM THE SW AT 446 PM MDT.


$$


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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
503 PM MDT FRI JUL 18 2014

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 90
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 57
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0
                    PK WIND 29 MPH FROM N AT 443 PM MDT.

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 85
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 55
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... T
                    PK WIND 28 MPH FROM N AT 307 PM MDT.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. M
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... M
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... M


$$



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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
503 PM MDT FRI JUL 18 2014

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 90
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 57
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0
                    PK WIND 29 MPH FROM N AT 443 PM MDT.

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 85
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 55
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... T
                    PK WIND 28 MPH FROM N AT 307 PM MDT.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. M
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... M
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... M


$$



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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
503 PM MDT FRI JUL 18 2014

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 90
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 57
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0
                    PK WIND 29 MPH FROM N AT 443 PM MDT.

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 85
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 55
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... T
                    PK WIND 28 MPH FROM N AT 307 PM MDT.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. M
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... M
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... M


$$



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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
503 PM MDT FRI JUL 18 2014

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 90
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 57
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0
                    PK WIND 29 MPH FROM N AT 443 PM MDT.

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 85
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 55
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... T
                    PK WIND 28 MPH FROM N AT 307 PM MDT.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. M
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... M
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... M


$$



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NOUS41 KWBC 181603
PNSWSH

Technical Implementation Notice 14-28, Corrected
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
1205 PM EDT Fri Jul 18 2014

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, Science Plans Branch
           Office of Science and Technology

Subject:   Corrected: High-Resolution Rapid Refresh Model Added
           to SBN and NOAAPort Effective September 16, 2014

Modified to correct WMO Headers

Effective Tuesday, September 16, 2014, with the 1200 Coordinated
Universal Time (UTC) run, the High-Resolution Rapid Refresh
(HRRR) model produced by the National Centers for Environmental
Prediction will be added to the Satellite Broadcast Network
(SBN) and NOAAPORT.

The HRRR model is a 3 km, hourly model with explicit convection
that is initialized by the 13 km Rapid Refresh Model. A 1-hour
spin-up forecast is run, introducing temperature tendencies
obtained from assimilating radar data every 15 minutes during
the hour to help initialize ongoing convection. A 3 km Gridpoint
Statistical Interpolation (GSI) analysis is then performed
before the 15-hour model integration.

The grid NWS will provide over the SBN and NOAAPORT is the 2.5
km National Digital Forecast Database grid #184. This grid is
not the expanded 2.5 km grid #187. The data will be provided for
the analysis and each forecast hour out to the end of the model
integration at hour 15. The sub-hourly (15 minute) HRRR output
will not be available over the SBN or NOAAPORT with this initial
release and datasets will only be available in GRIB2 format.

The 00-hr GRIB2 files will be available approximately 47 minutes
after the synoptic time and will arrive sequentially with the
final 15-hour files available approximately 83 minutes after the
synoptic time. The per cycle data volume will be approximately
1.9 GB.

The WMO Heading for these products will be as follows:

T1:     DATA FORMAT OF GRIB2 /Y/
T2:     PARAMETER CODE /ONE OF ADEFHKMNOPQSTUVWXYZ/
A1:     GRID CODE /C/
A2:     FORECAST TIME /ONE OF ABCDEFGHIJKLMZ/
II:     LAYER OR LEVEL /ONE OF 00 01 50 70 73 74 85 86 89 92 98
99/
CCCC:   KWBY

A complete explanation of the WMO headers for all of the
products is available at:

http://www.nco.ncep.noaa.gov/pmb/changes/hrrr_wmo_headers.shtml

Information on WMO Headers and NCEP GRIB messages is online at:

http://www.nco.ncep.noaa.gov/pmb/docs/on388/appendixa.html

A complete Technical Implementation Notice with detailed HRRR
implementation information will be sent by the end of July.

For questions concerning the HRRR model, contact:

  Geoff Manikin
  NCEP/EMC
  College Park, MD 20740
  Phone: (301) 683-3695
  Email: Geoffrey.Manikin@noaa.gov

For questions regarding SBN and NOAAPORT activation contact:

  Justin Cooke
  NCEP/NCO
  College Park, MD  20740
  Phone: (301) 683-3833
  Email:  Justin.Cooke@noaa.gov

National Technical Implementation Notices are online at:

  http://www.weather.gov/os/notif.htm

$$


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NOUS41 KWBC 181603
PNSWSH

Technical Implementation Notice 14-24, Amended
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
1205 PM EDT Fri Jul 18 2014

To:        Subscribers:
           Family of Services
           NOAA Weather Wire Service
           Emergency Managers Weather Information Network
           NOAAPORT
           Other NWS Partners, Users and Employees

From:      Tim McClung
           Science Plans Branch Chief
           Office of Science and Technology

Subject:   Amended: New North American Land Data Assimilation
           System (NLDAS):  Effective August 5, 2014

Amended to change the implementation date from July 29, 2014, to
August 5, 2014

Effective on or about Tuesday, August 5, 2014, the National
Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP) will begin to run and
disseminate data from the North American Land Data Assimilation
System Version 2.0.0 (NLDAS-2).

NLDAS is a multi-model land modeling and assimilation system run
in an uncoupled mode on a common one-eighth degree grid covering
the Continental United States (CONUS) along with northern Mexico
and southern Canada, and driven by atmospheric forcing.

NLDAS provides retrospective and real-time high-resolution water
and energy cycle products, such as surface fluxes, soil moisture,
snow cover, and runoff/streamflow, along with the near-surface
atmospheric and precipitation data sets used as forcings for the
NLDAS land models. These products support drought monitoring,
seasonal hydrological prediction, weather and climate
forecasting, model evaluation, and land-hydrology research within
these communities.

NLDAS has become a mature system and is being implemented into
real-time National Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP)
operations in the near future. The retrospective component of
Phase 2 of NLDAS (NLDAS-2; Ek et al, 2011) was completed in 2008

http://www.emc.ncep.noaa.gov/mmb/nldas

Since then, NLSDA has continued in near real time. NLDAS-2 was
developed at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
NCEP Environmental Modeling Center (EMC) in collaboration with
its NOAA Climate Program Office (CPO) Climate Prediction Program
of the Americas (CPPA) partners. These partners include the
National Aeronautics and Space Administration/Goddard Space
Flight Center (NASA/GSFC), Princeton University, the University
of Washington (UW), the NWS Office of Hydrologic Development
(OHD), and the NCEP Climate Prediction Center (CPC). It can be
considered as the follow-on to Phase 1 of NLDAS (Mitchell et al,
2004), which was supported through the NOAA Office of Global
Programs (now CPO) GEWEX Americas Prediction Project (GAPP) and
the NASA Terrestrial Hydrology Program.

Ek, M. B., and co-authors, 2011:  North American Land Data
Assimilation System Phase 2 (NLDAS-2).  Development and
Applications, GEWEX News, May, 21(2), 6-7, 20

www.gewex.org/gewexnews/May2011.pdf

Mitchell, K. E., and co-authors, 2004:  The multi-institution
North American Land Data Assimilation System (NLDAS):  Utilizing
multiple GCIP products and partners in a continental distributed
hydrological modeling system.  J. Geophys. Res., 109, D07S90,
doi:10.1029/2003JD003823.

For references see NLDAS publications in NASA NLDAS-2 website

http://ldas.gsfc.nasa.gov/nldas/NLDASpublications.php

1.  NLDAS-2 data and their distribution:

NLDAS Version 2 generates hourly surface forcing at standard
model boundary layers (e.g., 2m air temperature and specific
humidity, 10 m wind speed, surface pressure, downward shortwave
and longwave radiation, precipitation) and the NCEP RCDAS lowest
model layer. NLDAS also provides hourly simulation for energy
fluxes (e.g., sensible heat flux, latent heat flux, ground heat
flux, net radiation etc.), water fluxes (e.g.,
evapotranspiration, total runoff/streamflow, precipitation,
etc.), and state variables (e.g., soil moisture, soil
temperature, snow water equivalent, land surface temperature,
snow cover, etc.) listed below from the four land surface models,
once per day for the 12 UTC cycle.

The NLDAS-2 output will be available in GRIB2 format on a 1/8th x
1/8th degree output grid. The NLDAS output will be disseminated
via the ftp/http server:

http://www.ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/data/nccf/com/nldas/

ftp://ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/pub/data/nccf/com/nldas

NLDAS produces the forcing files with a 3.5-day lag and the
output from the four LSMs with a 4-day lag. Therefore, NLDAS
output generated today will be available in directories dated 3
and 4 days ago. Output files and their contents include:

1.1  NLDAS-2 forcing:

NLDAS produces "a" and "b" forcing files.  The "a" files are the
primary NLDAS forcing files.  The "b" files are directly
downscaled from the NARR/RCDAS reanalysis at the lowest
prognostic model level with a spatial variation for diverse
terrain.

File a: nldas.t12z.force-a.grb2f$HR, where HR = 00, 01,..., 23 2D
products include:
(1) TMP at 2 m: 2-m air temperature (K),
(2) SPFH at 2 m: Specific Humidity (kg/kg),
(3) PRES on the surface: surface pressure (pa),
(4) UGRD at 10 m: 10 m u component (m/s),
(5) VGRD at 10 m: 10 m v component (m/s),
(6) DLWRF on the surface: downscaled RCDAS downward longwave
radiation (W/m^2),
(7) FRAIN on surface: convection precipitation fraction to total
precipitation (--),
(8) CAPE:  Convective Available Potential Energy (J/kg),
(9) PEVAP Potential Evaporation (kg/m^2),
(10) APCPN: Gauge-based total precipitation (kg/m^2),
(11) DSWRF: Bias-corrected RCDAS Downward Short-Wave Radiation
Flux (W/m^2)

File b:   nldas.t12z.force-b.grb2$HR, where HR=00, 01,..., 23 2D
products include:
(1) DSWRF: downscaled RCDAS Downward Short-Wave Radiation Flux
[W/m^2],
(2) APCPN: Downscaled RCDAS Total precipitation [kg/m^2],
(3) ACPCP: Convective Precipitation [kg/m^2],
(4) ACOND: Aerodynamic conductance [m/s],
(5) TMP: The lowest model layer Temperature [K],
(6) SPFH: the lowest model layer Specific Humidity [kg/kg],
(7) PRES: The lowest model layer Pressure [Pa],
(8) UGRD: The lowest model layer U-Component of Wind [m/s],
(9) VGRD: The lowest model layer V-Component of Wind [m/s], and
HGT: Geopotential Height [gpm].

1.2  Output from the Four Land Surface Models:

$model.t12z.grbf$HR, where model=Mosaic, Noah, SAC, and VIC;
HR=00, 01.,02,..., 23

Model outputs include hourly energy fluxes, water fluxes, and
states variables. For details, see the Model Output tab on the
NCEP/EMC NLDAS website:

http://www.emc.ncep.noaa.gov/mmb/nldas

NASA NLDAS website:

http://ldas.gsfc.nasa.gov/faq/#NLDAS_NASAvsEMC

Details are also in NLDAS-2 publications (Xia et al., 2012a). It
should be noted that soil moisture in SAC model is not for any
specific soil layer rather than six components of two reservoirs
(shallow upper and deeper lower). A post-process algorithm can be
used to generate soil moisture for a specific soil layer (Xia et
al., 2012a, Xia et al., 2014). Soil moisture and temperature for
VIC model are not for a specific soil layers for the second and
third soil layer as soil layers for these two layers vary from
grid cell to grid cell. Similar to the SAC model, a post-process
algorithm developed by Princeton University can be used to
generate soil moisture and temperature for a given soil layer
(Xia et al., 2012a).

1.3  Routed Streamflow from the Four Land Surface Models:

The River Routing Model developed by Lohmann et al. (2004) was
used to generate gridded streamflow over the CONUS. The results
from NLDAS-2 have been comprehensively evaluated using long-term
observed streamflow from 961 USGS basins (Xia et al., 2012b). The
output data include routed streamflow:

$model.t12z.STRM.grbf$HR, where model=Mosaic, Noah, SAC, and VIC;
HR=00, 01, 02,..., 23; STRM: routed streamflow (m^3/s)

2.  NLDAS-2 Operational Run:

A consistent parallel feed of data is currently available on the
NCEP server at:

ftp://ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/pub/data/nccf/com/nldas/para
or
http://www.ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/data/nccf/com/nldas/para

Users please note that NLDAS-2 products are encoded in GRIB2
using a relatively-new GRIB template.  Users should download the
latest versions of wgrib2 and the other NCEP GRIB utilities to
use the NLDAS-2 output products.  Users can access the NCEP GRIB
utilities from this URL:

http://www.nco.ncep.noaa.gov/pmb/codes/nwprod/util/exec

A website containing more information about GRIB2 can find at:

http://www.nco.ncep.noaa.gov/pmb/docs/grib2/grib2_doc.shtml

For questions regarding the scientific content of the NLDAS
system please contact:

Michael B. Ek
NCEP/EMC
College Park, Maryland 20740
301-683-3957
Michael.Ek@noaa.gov

Youlong Xia
IMSG at NOAA/NCEP/EMC
College Park, Maryland 20740
301-683-3696
Youlong.Xia@noaa.gov

For questions regarding the dataflow aspects of these data sets
please contact:

Rebecca Cosgrove
NCEP/NCO Dataflow Team
College Park, Maryland 20740
301-683-0567
ncep.list.pmb-dataflow@noaa.gov

NWS National Technical Implementation Notices are online at:

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/os/notif.htm

$$



000
NOUS41 KWBC 181603
PNSWSH

Technical Implementation Notice 14-24, Amended
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
1205 PM EDT Fri Jul 18 2014

To:        Subscribers:
           Family of Services
           NOAA Weather Wire Service
           Emergency Managers Weather Information Network
           NOAAPORT
           Other NWS Partners, Users and Employees

From:      Tim McClung
           Science Plans Branch Chief
           Office of Science and Technology

Subject:   Amended: New North American Land Data Assimilation
           System (NLDAS):  Effective August 5, 2014

Amended to change the implementation date from July 29, 2014, to
August 5, 2014

Effective on or about Tuesday, August 5, 2014, the National
Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP) will begin to run and
disseminate data from the North American Land Data Assimilation
System Version 2.0.0 (NLDAS-2).

NLDAS is a multi-model land modeling and assimilation system run
in an uncoupled mode on a common one-eighth degree grid covering
the Continental United States (CONUS) along with northern Mexico
and southern Canada, and driven by atmospheric forcing.

NLDAS provides retrospective and real-time high-resolution water
and energy cycle products, such as surface fluxes, soil moisture,
snow cover, and runoff/streamflow, along with the near-surface
atmospheric and precipitation data sets used as forcings for the
NLDAS land models. These products support drought monitoring,
seasonal hydrological prediction, weather and climate
forecasting, model evaluation, and land-hydrology research within
these communities.

NLDAS has become a mature system and is being implemented into
real-time National Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP)
operations in the near future. The retrospective component of
Phase 2 of NLDAS (NLDAS-2; Ek et al, 2011) was completed in 2008

http://www.emc.ncep.noaa.gov/mmb/nldas

Since then, NLSDA has continued in near real time. NLDAS-2 was
developed at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
NCEP Environmental Modeling Center (EMC) in collaboration with
its NOAA Climate Program Office (CPO) Climate Prediction Program
of the Americas (CPPA) partners. These partners include the
National Aeronautics and Space Administration/Goddard Space
Flight Center (NASA/GSFC), Princeton University, the University
of Washington (UW), the NWS Office of Hydrologic Development
(OHD), and the NCEP Climate Prediction Center (CPC). It can be
considered as the follow-on to Phase 1 of NLDAS (Mitchell et al,
2004), which was supported through the NOAA Office of Global
Programs (now CPO) GEWEX Americas Prediction Project (GAPP) and
the NASA Terrestrial Hydrology Program.

Ek, M. B., and co-authors, 2011:  North American Land Data
Assimilation System Phase 2 (NLDAS-2).  Development and
Applications, GEWEX News, May, 21(2), 6-7, 20

www.gewex.org/gewexnews/May2011.pdf

Mitchell, K. E., and co-authors, 2004:  The multi-institution
North American Land Data Assimilation System (NLDAS):  Utilizing
multiple GCIP products and partners in a continental distributed
hydrological modeling system.  J. Geophys. Res., 109, D07S90,
doi:10.1029/2003JD003823.

For references see NLDAS publications in NASA NLDAS-2 website

http://ldas.gsfc.nasa.gov/nldas/NLDASpublications.php

1.  NLDAS-2 data and their distribution:

NLDAS Version 2 generates hourly surface forcing at standard
model boundary layers (e.g., 2m air temperature and specific
humidity, 10 m wind speed, surface pressure, downward shortwave
and longwave radiation, precipitation) and the NCEP RCDAS lowest
model layer. NLDAS also provides hourly simulation for energy
fluxes (e.g., sensible heat flux, latent heat flux, ground heat
flux, net radiation etc.), water fluxes (e.g.,
evapotranspiration, total runoff/streamflow, precipitation,
etc.), and state variables (e.g., soil moisture, soil
temperature, snow water equivalent, land surface temperature,
snow cover, etc.) listed below from the four land surface models,
once per day for the 12 UTC cycle.

The NLDAS-2 output will be available in GRIB2 format on a 1/8th x
1/8th degree output grid. The NLDAS output will be disseminated
via the ftp/http server:

http://www.ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/data/nccf/com/nldas/

ftp://ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/pub/data/nccf/com/nldas

NLDAS produces the forcing files with a 3.5-day lag and the
output from the four LSMs with a 4-day lag. Therefore, NLDAS
output generated today will be available in directories dated 3
and 4 days ago. Output files and their contents include:

1.1  NLDAS-2 forcing:

NLDAS produces "a" and "b" forcing files.  The "a" files are the
primary NLDAS forcing files.  The "b" files are directly
downscaled from the NARR/RCDAS reanalysis at the lowest
prognostic model level with a spatial variation for diverse
terrain.

File a: nldas.t12z.force-a.grb2f$HR, where HR = 00, 01,..., 23 2D
products include:
(1) TMP at 2 m: 2-m air temperature (K),
(2) SPFH at 2 m: Specific Humidity (kg/kg),
(3) PRES on the surface: surface pressure (pa),
(4) UGRD at 10 m: 10 m u component (m/s),
(5) VGRD at 10 m: 10 m v component (m/s),
(6) DLWRF on the surface: downscaled RCDAS downward longwave
radiation (W/m^2),
(7) FRAIN on surface: convection precipitation fraction to total
precipitation (--),
(8) CAPE:  Convective Available Potential Energy (J/kg),
(9) PEVAP Potential Evaporation (kg/m^2),
(10) APCPN: Gauge-based total precipitation (kg/m^2),
(11) DSWRF: Bias-corrected RCDAS Downward Short-Wave Radiation
Flux (W/m^2)

File b:   nldas.t12z.force-b.grb2$HR, where HR=00, 01,..., 23 2D
products include:
(1) DSWRF: downscaled RCDAS Downward Short-Wave Radiation Flux
[W/m^2],
(2) APCPN: Downscaled RCDAS Total precipitation [kg/m^2],
(3) ACPCP: Convective Precipitation [kg/m^2],
(4) ACOND: Aerodynamic conductance [m/s],
(5) TMP: The lowest model layer Temperature [K],
(6) SPFH: the lowest model layer Specific Humidity [kg/kg],
(7) PRES: The lowest model layer Pressure [Pa],
(8) UGRD: The lowest model layer U-Component of Wind [m/s],
(9) VGRD: The lowest model layer V-Component of Wind [m/s], and
HGT: Geopotential Height [gpm].

1.2  Output from the Four Land Surface Models:

$model.t12z.grbf$HR, where model=Mosaic, Noah, SAC, and VIC;
HR=00, 01.,02,..., 23

Model outputs include hourly energy fluxes, water fluxes, and
states variables. For details, see the Model Output tab on the
NCEP/EMC NLDAS website:

http://www.emc.ncep.noaa.gov/mmb/nldas

NASA NLDAS website:

http://ldas.gsfc.nasa.gov/faq/#NLDAS_NASAvsEMC

Details are also in NLDAS-2 publications (Xia et al., 2012a). It
should be noted that soil moisture in SAC model is not for any
specific soil layer rather than six components of two reservoirs
(shallow upper and deeper lower). A post-process algorithm can be
used to generate soil moisture for a specific soil layer (Xia et
al., 2012a, Xia et al., 2014). Soil moisture and temperature for
VIC model are not for a specific soil layers for the second and
third soil layer as soil layers for these two layers vary from
grid cell to grid cell. Similar to the SAC model, a post-process
algorithm developed by Princeton University can be used to
generate soil moisture and temperature for a given soil layer
(Xia et al., 2012a).

1.3  Routed Streamflow from the Four Land Surface Models:

The River Routing Model developed by Lohmann et al. (2004) was
used to generate gridded streamflow over the CONUS. The results
from NLDAS-2 have been comprehensively evaluated using long-term
observed streamflow from 961 USGS basins (Xia et al., 2012b). The
output data include routed streamflow:

$model.t12z.STRM.grbf$HR, where model=Mosaic, Noah, SAC, and VIC;
HR=00, 01, 02,..., 23; STRM: routed streamflow (m^3/s)

2.  NLDAS-2 Operational Run:

A consistent parallel feed of data is currently available on the
NCEP server at:

ftp://ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/pub/data/nccf/com/nldas/para
or
http://www.ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/data/nccf/com/nldas/para

Users please note that NLDAS-2 products are encoded in GRIB2
using a relatively-new GRIB template.  Users should download the
latest versions of wgrib2 and the other NCEP GRIB utilities to
use the NLDAS-2 output products.  Users can access the NCEP GRIB
utilities from this URL:

http://www.nco.ncep.noaa.gov/pmb/codes/nwprod/util/exec

A website containing more information about GRIB2 can find at:

http://www.nco.ncep.noaa.gov/pmb/docs/grib2/grib2_doc.shtml

For questions regarding the scientific content of the NLDAS
system please contact:

Michael B. Ek
NCEP/EMC
College Park, Maryland 20740
301-683-3957
Michael.Ek@noaa.gov

Youlong Xia
IMSG at NOAA/NCEP/EMC
College Park, Maryland 20740
301-683-3696
Youlong.Xia@noaa.gov

For questions regarding the dataflow aspects of these data sets
please contact:

Rebecca Cosgrove
NCEP/NCO Dataflow Team
College Park, Maryland 20740
301-683-0567
ncep.list.pmb-dataflow@noaa.gov

NWS National Technical Implementation Notices are online at:

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/os/notif.htm

$$




000
NOUS41 KWBC 181603
PNSWSH

Technical Implementation Notice 14-24, Amended
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
1205 PM EDT Fri Jul 18 2014

To:        Subscribers:
           Family of Services
           NOAA Weather Wire Service
           Emergency Managers Weather Information Network
           NOAAPORT
           Other NWS Partners, Users and Employees

From:      Tim McClung
           Science Plans Branch Chief
           Office of Science and Technology

Subject:   Amended: New North American Land Data Assimilation
           System (NLDAS):  Effective August 5, 2014

Amended to change the implementation date from July 29, 2014, to
August 5, 2014

Effective on or about Tuesday, August 5, 2014, the National
Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP) will begin to run and
disseminate data from the North American Land Data Assimilation
System Version 2.0.0 (NLDAS-2).

NLDAS is a multi-model land modeling and assimilation system run
in an uncoupled mode on a common one-eighth degree grid covering
the Continental United States (CONUS) along with northern Mexico
and southern Canada, and driven by atmospheric forcing.

NLDAS provides retrospective and real-time high-resolution water
and energy cycle products, such as surface fluxes, soil moisture,
snow cover, and runoff/streamflow, along with the near-surface
atmospheric and precipitation data sets used as forcings for the
NLDAS land models. These products support drought monitoring,
seasonal hydrological prediction, weather and climate
forecasting, model evaluation, and land-hydrology research within
these communities.

NLDAS has become a mature system and is being implemented into
real-time National Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP)
operations in the near future. The retrospective component of
Phase 2 of NLDAS (NLDAS-2; Ek et al, 2011) was completed in 2008

http://www.emc.ncep.noaa.gov/mmb/nldas

Since then, NLSDA has continued in near real time. NLDAS-2 was
developed at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
NCEP Environmental Modeling Center (EMC) in collaboration with
its NOAA Climate Program Office (CPO) Climate Prediction Program
of the Americas (CPPA) partners. These partners include the
National Aeronautics and Space Administration/Goddard Space
Flight Center (NASA/GSFC), Princeton University, the University
of Washington (UW), the NWS Office of Hydrologic Development
(OHD), and the NCEP Climate Prediction Center (CPC). It can be
considered as the follow-on to Phase 1 of NLDAS (Mitchell et al,
2004), which was supported through the NOAA Office of Global
Programs (now CPO) GEWEX Americas Prediction Project (GAPP) and
the NASA Terrestrial Hydrology Program.

Ek, M. B., and co-authors, 2011:  North American Land Data
Assimilation System Phase 2 (NLDAS-2).  Development and
Applications, GEWEX News, May, 21(2), 6-7, 20

www.gewex.org/gewexnews/May2011.pdf

Mitchell, K. E., and co-authors, 2004:  The multi-institution
North American Land Data Assimilation System (NLDAS):  Utilizing
multiple GCIP products and partners in a continental distributed
hydrological modeling system.  J. Geophys. Res., 109, D07S90,
doi:10.1029/2003JD003823.

For references see NLDAS publications in NASA NLDAS-2 website

http://ldas.gsfc.nasa.gov/nldas/NLDASpublications.php

1.  NLDAS-2 data and their distribution:

NLDAS Version 2 generates hourly surface forcing at standard
model boundary layers (e.g., 2m air temperature and specific
humidity, 10 m wind speed, surface pressure, downward shortwave
and longwave radiation, precipitation) and the NCEP RCDAS lowest
model layer. NLDAS also provides hourly simulation for energy
fluxes (e.g., sensible heat flux, latent heat flux, ground heat
flux, net radiation etc.), water fluxes (e.g.,
evapotranspiration, total runoff/streamflow, precipitation,
etc.), and state variables (e.g., soil moisture, soil
temperature, snow water equivalent, land surface temperature,
snow cover, etc.) listed below from the four land surface models,
once per day for the 12 UTC cycle.

The NLDAS-2 output will be available in GRIB2 format on a 1/8th x
1/8th degree output grid. The NLDAS output will be disseminated
via the ftp/http server:

http://www.ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/data/nccf/com/nldas/

ftp://ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/pub/data/nccf/com/nldas

NLDAS produces the forcing files with a 3.5-day lag and the
output from the four LSMs with a 4-day lag. Therefore, NLDAS
output generated today will be available in directories dated 3
and 4 days ago. Output files and their contents include:

1.1  NLDAS-2 forcing:

NLDAS produces "a" and "b" forcing files.  The "a" files are the
primary NLDAS forcing files.  The "b" files are directly
downscaled from the NARR/RCDAS reanalysis at the lowest
prognostic model level with a spatial variation for diverse
terrain.

File a: nldas.t12z.force-a.grb2f$HR, where HR = 00, 01,..., 23 2D
products include:
(1) TMP at 2 m: 2-m air temperature (K),
(2) SPFH at 2 m: Specific Humidity (kg/kg),
(3) PRES on the surface: surface pressure (pa),
(4) UGRD at 10 m: 10 m u component (m/s),
(5) VGRD at 10 m: 10 m v component (m/s),
(6) DLWRF on the surface: downscaled RCDAS downward longwave
radiation (W/m^2),
(7) FRAIN on surface: convection precipitation fraction to total
precipitation (--),
(8) CAPE:  Convective Available Potential Energy (J/kg),
(9) PEVAP Potential Evaporation (kg/m^2),
(10) APCPN: Gauge-based total precipitation (kg/m^2),
(11) DSWRF: Bias-corrected RCDAS Downward Short-Wave Radiation
Flux (W/m^2)

File b:   nldas.t12z.force-b.grb2$HR, where HR=00, 01,..., 23 2D
products include:
(1) DSWRF: downscaled RCDAS Downward Short-Wave Radiation Flux
[W/m^2],
(2) APCPN: Downscaled RCDAS Total precipitation [kg/m^2],
(3) ACPCP: Convective Precipitation [kg/m^2],
(4) ACOND: Aerodynamic conductance [m/s],
(5) TMP: The lowest model layer Temperature [K],
(6) SPFH: the lowest model layer Specific Humidity [kg/kg],
(7) PRES: The lowest model layer Pressure [Pa],
(8) UGRD: The lowest model layer U-Component of Wind [m/s],
(9) VGRD: The lowest model layer V-Component of Wind [m/s], and
HGT: Geopotential Height [gpm].

1.2  Output from the Four Land Surface Models:

$model.t12z.grbf$HR, where model=Mosaic, Noah, SAC, and VIC;
HR=00, 01.,02,..., 23

Model outputs include hourly energy fluxes, water fluxes, and
states variables. For details, see the Model Output tab on the
NCEP/EMC NLDAS website:

http://www.emc.ncep.noaa.gov/mmb/nldas

NASA NLDAS website:

http://ldas.gsfc.nasa.gov/faq/#NLDAS_NASAvsEMC

Details are also in NLDAS-2 publications (Xia et al., 2012a). It
should be noted that soil moisture in SAC model is not for any
specific soil layer rather than six components of two reservoirs
(shallow upper and deeper lower). A post-process algorithm can be
used to generate soil moisture for a specific soil layer (Xia et
al., 2012a, Xia et al., 2014). Soil moisture and temperature for
VIC model are not for a specific soil layers for the second and
third soil layer as soil layers for these two layers vary from
grid cell to grid cell. Similar to the SAC model, a post-process
algorithm developed by Princeton University can be used to
generate soil moisture and temperature for a given soil layer
(Xia et al., 2012a).

1.3  Routed Streamflow from the Four Land Surface Models:

The River Routing Model developed by Lohmann et al. (2004) was
used to generate gridded streamflow over the CONUS. The results
from NLDAS-2 have been comprehensively evaluated using long-term
observed streamflow from 961 USGS basins (Xia et al., 2012b). The
output data include routed streamflow:

$model.t12z.STRM.grbf$HR, where model=Mosaic, Noah, SAC, and VIC;
HR=00, 01, 02,..., 23; STRM: routed streamflow (m^3/s)

2.  NLDAS-2 Operational Run:

A consistent parallel feed of data is currently available on the
NCEP server at:

ftp://ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/pub/data/nccf/com/nldas/para
or
http://www.ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/data/nccf/com/nldas/para

Users please note that NLDAS-2 products are encoded in GRIB2
using a relatively-new GRIB template.  Users should download the
latest versions of wgrib2 and the other NCEP GRIB utilities to
use the NLDAS-2 output products.  Users can access the NCEP GRIB
utilities from this URL:

http://www.nco.ncep.noaa.gov/pmb/codes/nwprod/util/exec

A website containing more information about GRIB2 can find at:

http://www.nco.ncep.noaa.gov/pmb/docs/grib2/grib2_doc.shtml

For questions regarding the scientific content of the NLDAS
system please contact:

Michael B. Ek
NCEP/EMC
College Park, Maryland 20740
301-683-3957
Michael.Ek@noaa.gov

Youlong Xia
IMSG at NOAA/NCEP/EMC
College Park, Maryland 20740
301-683-3696
Youlong.Xia@noaa.gov

For questions regarding the dataflow aspects of these data sets
please contact:

Rebecca Cosgrove
NCEP/NCO Dataflow Team
College Park, Maryland 20740
301-683-0567
ncep.list.pmb-dataflow@noaa.gov

NWS National Technical Implementation Notices are online at:

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/os/notif.htm

$$




000
NOUS41 KWBC 181603
PNSWSH

Technical Implementation Notice 14-24, Amended
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
1205 PM EDT Fri Jul 18 2014

To:        Subscribers:
           Family of Services
           NOAA Weather Wire Service
           Emergency Managers Weather Information Network
           NOAAPORT
           Other NWS Partners, Users and Employees

From:      Tim McClung
           Science Plans Branch Chief
           Office of Science and Technology

Subject:   Amended: New North American Land Data Assimilation
           System (NLDAS):  Effective August 5, 2014

Amended to change the implementation date from July 29, 2014, to
August 5, 2014

Effective on or about Tuesday, August 5, 2014, the National
Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP) will begin to run and
disseminate data from the North American Land Data Assimilation
System Version 2.0.0 (NLDAS-2).

NLDAS is a multi-model land modeling and assimilation system run
in an uncoupled mode on a common one-eighth degree grid covering
the Continental United States (CONUS) along with northern Mexico
and southern Canada, and driven by atmospheric forcing.

NLDAS provides retrospective and real-time high-resolution water
and energy cycle products, such as surface fluxes, soil moisture,
snow cover, and runoff/streamflow, along with the near-surface
atmospheric and precipitation data sets used as forcings for the
NLDAS land models. These products support drought monitoring,
seasonal hydrological prediction, weather and climate
forecasting, model evaluation, and land-hydrology research within
these communities.

NLDAS has become a mature system and is being implemented into
real-time National Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP)
operations in the near future. The retrospective component of
Phase 2 of NLDAS (NLDAS-2; Ek et al, 2011) was completed in 2008

http://www.emc.ncep.noaa.gov/mmb/nldas

Since then, NLSDA has continued in near real time. NLDAS-2 was
developed at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
NCEP Environmental Modeling Center (EMC) in collaboration with
its NOAA Climate Program Office (CPO) Climate Prediction Program
of the Americas (CPPA) partners. These partners include the
National Aeronautics and Space Administration/Goddard Space
Flight Center (NASA/GSFC), Princeton University, the University
of Washington (UW), the NWS Office of Hydrologic Development
(OHD), and the NCEP Climate Prediction Center (CPC). It can be
considered as the follow-on to Phase 1 of NLDAS (Mitchell et al,
2004), which was supported through the NOAA Office of Global
Programs (now CPO) GEWEX Americas Prediction Project (GAPP) and
the NASA Terrestrial Hydrology Program.

Ek, M. B., and co-authors, 2011:  North American Land Data
Assimilation System Phase 2 (NLDAS-2).  Development and
Applications, GEWEX News, May, 21(2), 6-7, 20

www.gewex.org/gewexnews/May2011.pdf

Mitchell, K. E., and co-authors, 2004:  The multi-institution
North American Land Data Assimilation System (NLDAS):  Utilizing
multiple GCIP products and partners in a continental distributed
hydrological modeling system.  J. Geophys. Res., 109, D07S90,
doi:10.1029/2003JD003823.

For references see NLDAS publications in NASA NLDAS-2 website

http://ldas.gsfc.nasa.gov/nldas/NLDASpublications.php

1.  NLDAS-2 data and their distribution:

NLDAS Version 2 generates hourly surface forcing at standard
model boundary layers (e.g., 2m air temperature and specific
humidity, 10 m wind speed, surface pressure, downward shortwave
and longwave radiation, precipitation) and the NCEP RCDAS lowest
model layer. NLDAS also provides hourly simulation for energy
fluxes (e.g., sensible heat flux, latent heat flux, ground heat
flux, net radiation etc.), water fluxes (e.g.,
evapotranspiration, total runoff/streamflow, precipitation,
etc.), and state variables (e.g., soil moisture, soil
temperature, snow water equivalent, land surface temperature,
snow cover, etc.) listed below from the four land surface models,
once per day for the 12 UTC cycle.

The NLDAS-2 output will be available in GRIB2 format on a 1/8th x
1/8th degree output grid. The NLDAS output will be disseminated
via the ftp/http server:

http://www.ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/data/nccf/com/nldas/

ftp://ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/pub/data/nccf/com/nldas

NLDAS produces the forcing files with a 3.5-day lag and the
output from the four LSMs with a 4-day lag. Therefore, NLDAS
output generated today will be available in directories dated 3
and 4 days ago. Output files and their contents include:

1.1  NLDAS-2 forcing:

NLDAS produces "a" and "b" forcing files.  The "a" files are the
primary NLDAS forcing files.  The "b" files are directly
downscaled from the NARR/RCDAS reanalysis at the lowest
prognostic model level with a spatial variation for diverse
terrain.

File a: nldas.t12z.force-a.grb2f$HR, where HR = 00, 01,..., 23 2D
products include:
(1) TMP at 2 m: 2-m air temperature (K),
(2) SPFH at 2 m: Specific Humidity (kg/kg),
(3) PRES on the surface: surface pressure (pa),
(4) UGRD at 10 m: 10 m u component (m/s),
(5) VGRD at 10 m: 10 m v component (m/s),
(6) DLWRF on the surface: downscaled RCDAS downward longwave
radiation (W/m^2),
(7) FRAIN on surface: convection precipitation fraction to total
precipitation (--),
(8) CAPE:  Convective Available Potential Energy (J/kg),
(9) PEVAP Potential Evaporation (kg/m^2),
(10) APCPN: Gauge-based total precipitation (kg/m^2),
(11) DSWRF: Bias-corrected RCDAS Downward Short-Wave Radiation
Flux (W/m^2)

File b:   nldas.t12z.force-b.grb2$HR, where HR=00, 01,..., 23 2D
products include:
(1) DSWRF: downscaled RCDAS Downward Short-Wave Radiation Flux
[W/m^2],
(2) APCPN: Downscaled RCDAS Total precipitation [kg/m^2],
(3) ACPCP: Convective Precipitation [kg/m^2],
(4) ACOND: Aerodynamic conductance [m/s],
(5) TMP: The lowest model layer Temperature [K],
(6) SPFH: the lowest model layer Specific Humidity [kg/kg],
(7) PRES: The lowest model layer Pressure [Pa],
(8) UGRD: The lowest model layer U-Component of Wind [m/s],
(9) VGRD: The lowest model layer V-Component of Wind [m/s], and
HGT: Geopotential Height [gpm].

1.2  Output from the Four Land Surface Models:

$model.t12z.grbf$HR, where model=Mosaic, Noah, SAC, and VIC;
HR=00, 01.,02,..., 23

Model outputs include hourly energy fluxes, water fluxes, and
states variables. For details, see the Model Output tab on the
NCEP/EMC NLDAS website:

http://www.emc.ncep.noaa.gov/mmb/nldas

NASA NLDAS website:

http://ldas.gsfc.nasa.gov/faq/#NLDAS_NASAvsEMC

Details are also in NLDAS-2 publications (Xia et al., 2012a). It
should be noted that soil moisture in SAC model is not for any
specific soil layer rather than six components of two reservoirs
(shallow upper and deeper lower). A post-process algorithm can be
used to generate soil moisture for a specific soil layer (Xia et
al., 2012a, Xia et al., 2014). Soil moisture and temperature for
VIC model are not for a specific soil layers for the second and
third soil layer as soil layers for these two layers vary from
grid cell to grid cell. Similar to the SAC model, a post-process
algorithm developed by Princeton University can be used to
generate soil moisture and temperature for a given soil layer
(Xia et al., 2012a).

1.3  Routed Streamflow from the Four Land Surface Models:

The River Routing Model developed by Lohmann et al. (2004) was
used to generate gridded streamflow over the CONUS. The results
from NLDAS-2 have been comprehensively evaluated using long-term
observed streamflow from 961 USGS basins (Xia et al., 2012b). The
output data include routed streamflow:

$model.t12z.STRM.grbf$HR, where model=Mosaic, Noah, SAC, and VIC;
HR=00, 01, 02,..., 23; STRM: routed streamflow (m^3/s)

2.  NLDAS-2 Operational Run:

A consistent parallel feed of data is currently available on the
NCEP server at:

ftp://ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/pub/data/nccf/com/nldas/para
or
http://www.ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/data/nccf/com/nldas/para

Users please note that NLDAS-2 products are encoded in GRIB2
using a relatively-new GRIB template.  Users should download the
latest versions of wgrib2 and the other NCEP GRIB utilities to
use the NLDAS-2 output products.  Users can access the NCEP GRIB
utilities from this URL:

http://www.nco.ncep.noaa.gov/pmb/codes/nwprod/util/exec

A website containing more information about GRIB2 can find at:

http://www.nco.ncep.noaa.gov/pmb/docs/grib2/grib2_doc.shtml

For questions regarding the scientific content of the NLDAS
system please contact:

Michael B. Ek
NCEP/EMC
College Park, Maryland 20740
301-683-3957
Michael.Ek@noaa.gov

Youlong Xia
IMSG at NOAA/NCEP/EMC
College Park, Maryland 20740
301-683-3696
Youlong.Xia@noaa.gov

For questions regarding the dataflow aspects of these data sets
please contact:

Rebecca Cosgrove
NCEP/NCO Dataflow Team
College Park, Maryland 20740
301-683-0567
ncep.list.pmb-dataflow@noaa.gov

NWS National Technical Implementation Notices are online at:

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/os/notif.htm

$$




000
NOUS41 KWBC 181603
PNSWSH

Technical Implementation Notice 14-24, Amended
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
1205 PM EDT Fri Jul 18 2014

To:        Subscribers:
           Family of Services
           NOAA Weather Wire Service
           Emergency Managers Weather Information Network
           NOAAPORT
           Other NWS Partners, Users and Employees

From:      Tim McClung
           Science Plans Branch Chief
           Office of Science and Technology

Subject:   Amended: New North American Land Data Assimilation
           System (NLDAS):  Effective August 5, 2014

Amended to change the implementation date from July 29, 2014, to
August 5, 2014

Effective on or about Tuesday, August 5, 2014, the National
Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP) will begin to run and
disseminate data from the North American Land Data Assimilation
System Version 2.0.0 (NLDAS-2).

NLDAS is a multi-model land modeling and assimilation system run
in an uncoupled mode on a common one-eighth degree grid covering
the Continental United States (CONUS) along with northern Mexico
and southern Canada, and driven by atmospheric forcing.

NLDAS provides retrospective and real-time high-resolution water
and energy cycle products, such as surface fluxes, soil moisture,
snow cover, and runoff/streamflow, along with the near-surface
atmospheric and precipitation data sets used as forcings for the
NLDAS land models. These products support drought monitoring,
seasonal hydrological prediction, weather and climate
forecasting, model evaluation, and land-hydrology research within
these communities.

NLDAS has become a mature system and is being implemented into
real-time National Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP)
operations in the near future. The retrospective component of
Phase 2 of NLDAS (NLDAS-2; Ek et al, 2011) was completed in 2008

http://www.emc.ncep.noaa.gov/mmb/nldas

Since then, NLSDA has continued in near real time. NLDAS-2 was
developed at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
NCEP Environmental Modeling Center (EMC) in collaboration with
its NOAA Climate Program Office (CPO) Climate Prediction Program
of the Americas (CPPA) partners. These partners include the
National Aeronautics and Space Administration/Goddard Space
Flight Center (NASA/GSFC), Princeton University, the University
of Washington (UW), the NWS Office of Hydrologic Development
(OHD), and the NCEP Climate Prediction Center (CPC). It can be
considered as the follow-on to Phase 1 of NLDAS (Mitchell et al,
2004), which was supported through the NOAA Office of Global
Programs (now CPO) GEWEX Americas Prediction Project (GAPP) and
the NASA Terrestrial Hydrology Program.

Ek, M. B., and co-authors, 2011:  North American Land Data
Assimilation System Phase 2 (NLDAS-2).  Development and
Applications, GEWEX News, May, 21(2), 6-7, 20

www.gewex.org/gewexnews/May2011.pdf

Mitchell, K. E., and co-authors, 2004:  The multi-institution
North American Land Data Assimilation System (NLDAS):  Utilizing
multiple GCIP products and partners in a continental distributed
hydrological modeling system.  J. Geophys. Res., 109, D07S90,
doi:10.1029/2003JD003823.

For references see NLDAS publications in NASA NLDAS-2 website

http://ldas.gsfc.nasa.gov/nldas/NLDASpublications.php

1.  NLDAS-2 data and their distribution:

NLDAS Version 2 generates hourly surface forcing at standard
model boundary layers (e.g., 2m air temperature and specific
humidity, 10 m wind speed, surface pressure, downward shortwave
and longwave radiation, precipitation) and the NCEP RCDAS lowest
model layer. NLDAS also provides hourly simulation for energy
fluxes (e.g., sensible heat flux, latent heat flux, ground heat
flux, net radiation etc.), water fluxes (e.g.,
evapotranspiration, total runoff/streamflow, precipitation,
etc.), and state variables (e.g., soil moisture, soil
temperature, snow water equivalent, land surface temperature,
snow cover, etc.) listed below from the four land surface models,
once per day for the 12 UTC cycle.

The NLDAS-2 output will be available in GRIB2 format on a 1/8th x
1/8th degree output grid. The NLDAS output will be disseminated
via the ftp/http server:

http://www.ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/data/nccf/com/nldas/

ftp://ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/pub/data/nccf/com/nldas

NLDAS produces the forcing files with a 3.5-day lag and the
output from the four LSMs with a 4-day lag. Therefore, NLDAS
output generated today will be available in directories dated 3
and 4 days ago. Output files and their contents include:

1.1  NLDAS-2 forcing:

NLDAS produces "a" and "b" forcing files.  The "a" files are the
primary NLDAS forcing files.  The "b" files are directly
downscaled from the NARR/RCDAS reanalysis at the lowest
prognostic model level with a spatial variation for diverse
terrain.

File a: nldas.t12z.force-a.grb2f$HR, where HR = 00, 01,..., 23 2D
products include:
(1) TMP at 2 m: 2-m air temperature (K),
(2) SPFH at 2 m: Specific Humidity (kg/kg),
(3) PRES on the surface: surface pressure (pa),
(4) UGRD at 10 m: 10 m u component (m/s),
(5) VGRD at 10 m: 10 m v component (m/s),
(6) DLWRF on the surface: downscaled RCDAS downward longwave
radiation (W/m^2),
(7) FRAIN on surface: convection precipitation fraction to total
precipitation (--),
(8) CAPE:  Convective Available Potential Energy (J/kg),
(9) PEVAP Potential Evaporation (kg/m^2),
(10) APCPN: Gauge-based total precipitation (kg/m^2),
(11) DSWRF: Bias-corrected RCDAS Downward Short-Wave Radiation
Flux (W/m^2)

File b:   nldas.t12z.force-b.grb2$HR, where HR=00, 01,..., 23 2D
products include:
(1) DSWRF: downscaled RCDAS Downward Short-Wave Radiation Flux
[W/m^2],
(2) APCPN: Downscaled RCDAS Total precipitation [kg/m^2],
(3) ACPCP: Convective Precipitation [kg/m^2],
(4) ACOND: Aerodynamic conductance [m/s],
(5) TMP: The lowest model layer Temperature [K],
(6) SPFH: the lowest model layer Specific Humidity [kg/kg],
(7) PRES: The lowest model layer Pressure [Pa],
(8) UGRD: The lowest model layer U-Component of Wind [m/s],
(9) VGRD: The lowest model layer V-Component of Wind [m/s], and
HGT: Geopotential Height [gpm].

1.2  Output from the Four Land Surface Models:

$model.t12z.grbf$HR, where model=Mosaic, Noah, SAC, and VIC;
HR=00, 01.,02,..., 23

Model outputs include hourly energy fluxes, water fluxes, and
states variables. For details, see the Model Output tab on the
NCEP/EMC NLDAS website:

http://www.emc.ncep.noaa.gov/mmb/nldas

NASA NLDAS website:

http://ldas.gsfc.nasa.gov/faq/#NLDAS_NASAvsEMC

Details are also in NLDAS-2 publications (Xia et al., 2012a). It
should be noted that soil moisture in SAC model is not for any
specific soil layer rather than six components of two reservoirs
(shallow upper and deeper lower). A post-process algorithm can be
used to generate soil moisture for a specific soil layer (Xia et
al., 2012a, Xia et al., 2014). Soil moisture and temperature for
VIC model are not for a specific soil layers for the second and
third soil layer as soil layers for these two layers vary from
grid cell to grid cell. Similar to the SAC model, a post-process
algorithm developed by Princeton University can be used to
generate soil moisture and temperature for a given soil layer
(Xia et al., 2012a).

1.3  Routed Streamflow from the Four Land Surface Models:

The River Routing Model developed by Lohmann et al. (2004) was
used to generate gridded streamflow over the CONUS. The results
from NLDAS-2 have been comprehensively evaluated using long-term
observed streamflow from 961 USGS basins (Xia et al., 2012b). The
output data include routed streamflow:

$model.t12z.STRM.grbf$HR, where model=Mosaic, Noah, SAC, and VIC;
HR=00, 01, 02,..., 23; STRM: routed streamflow (m^3/s)

2.  NLDAS-2 Operational Run:

A consistent parallel feed of data is currently available on the
NCEP server at:

ftp://ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/pub/data/nccf/com/nldas/para
or
http://www.ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/data/nccf/com/nldas/para

Users please note that NLDAS-2 products are encoded in GRIB2
using a relatively-new GRIB template.  Users should download the
latest versions of wgrib2 and the other NCEP GRIB utilities to
use the NLDAS-2 output products.  Users can access the NCEP GRIB
utilities from this URL:

http://www.nco.ncep.noaa.gov/pmb/codes/nwprod/util/exec

A website containing more information about GRIB2 can find at:

http://www.nco.ncep.noaa.gov/pmb/docs/grib2/grib2_doc.shtml

For questions regarding the scientific content of the NLDAS
system please contact:

Michael B. Ek
NCEP/EMC
College Park, Maryland 20740
301-683-3957
Michael.Ek@noaa.gov

Youlong Xia
IMSG at NOAA/NCEP/EMC
College Park, Maryland 20740
301-683-3696
Youlong.Xia@noaa.gov

For questions regarding the dataflow aspects of these data sets
please contact:

Rebecca Cosgrove
NCEP/NCO Dataflow Team
College Park, Maryland 20740
301-683-0567
ncep.list.pmb-dataflow@noaa.gov

NWS National Technical Implementation Notices are online at:

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/os/notif.htm

$$




000
NOUS43 KSGF 181411
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-191411

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
911 AM CDT FRI JUL 18 2014

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Douglas   Ava                    77  57   0.00
Benton    Edwards 6W             81  57   0.00
Morgan    Gravois Mills          80  57   0.00
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            75  61   0.08
Webster   Niangua                74  58   0.00

$$





000
NOUS43 KSGF 181411
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-191411

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
911 AM CDT FRI JUL 18 2014

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Douglas   Ava                    77  57   0.00
Benton    Edwards 6W             81  57   0.00
Morgan    Gravois Mills          80  57   0.00
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            75  61   0.08
Webster   Niangua                74  58   0.00

$$






000
NOUS43 KGLD 181200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT FRI JUL 18 2014

...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 FRI JUL 18 2014

...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 KPUB 172306
PNSPUB

ZCZC DENPNSPUB ALL
TTAA00 KPUB DDHHMM

COZ070-085-086-180006

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
506 PM MDT THU JUL 17 2014

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 76
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 57
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.53

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 72
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 50
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... .30

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 79
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 48
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... .08
                    PEAK WIND GUST...29 MPH FROM THE
                    SOUTHWEST AT 413 PM MDT.


$$


000
NOUS45 KPUB 172306
PNSPUB

ZCZC DENPNSPUB ALL
TTAA00 KPUB DDHHMM

COZ070-085-086-180006

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
506 PM MDT THU JUL 17 2014

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 76
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 57
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.53

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 72
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 50
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... .30

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 79
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 48
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... .08
                    PEAK WIND GUST...29 MPH FROM THE
                    SOUTHWEST AT 413 PM MDT.


$$



000
NOUS42 KMLB 172129
PNSMLB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MELBOURNE FL
529 PM EDT THU JUL 17 2014

...DAYTONA BEACH NOAA WEATHER RADIO IS BACK IN SERVICE...

THE DAYTONA BEACH NOAA WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTER OPERATING ON A
FREQUENCY OF 162.400 MEGAHERTZ...AND SERVING LAKE...BREVARD...
ORANGE...SEMINOLE...PUTNAM...VOLUSIA...AND FLAGLER COUNTIES HAS
RETURNED TO SERVICE AT 5:29 PM EDT.

WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATIENCE AND APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE.

$$

CARTWRIGHT










000
NOUS45 KGJT 171924
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
124 PM MDT THU JUL 17 2014

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


OFFICIAL CLIMATE STATIONS OF WESTERN COLORADO:

2 MILES SOUTHWEST OF COLLBRAN,           0.33.
CRESTED BUTTE,                           0.17.
6 MILES NORTHWEST OF PAGOSA SPRINGS,     0.68.
SHOSHONE,                                0.22.
VALLECITO DAM,                           0.20.


UNOFFICIAL STATIONS:

2 MILES NORTH OF AVON,                   0.55.
7 MILES NORTH OF BAYFIELD,               0.16.
COLLBRAN,                                0.20.
GOTHIC,                                  0.47.
1 MILE SOUTHEAST OF STEAMBOAT SPRINGS,   0.42.
2 MILES NORTH OF WOLCOTT,                0.14.


ADDITIONAL UNOFFICIAL REPORTS:

VAIL 1WNW                                1.01
MONTROSE 1ESE                            0.11
MONTROSE 7ENE                            0.12

$$



000
NOUS45 KGJT 171924
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
124 PM MDT THU JUL 17 2014

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


OFFICIAL CLIMATE STATIONS OF WESTERN COLORADO:

2 MILES SOUTHWEST OF COLLBRAN,           0.33.
CRESTED BUTTE,                           0.17.
6 MILES NORTHWEST OF PAGOSA SPRINGS,     0.68.
SHOSHONE,                                0.22.
VALLECITO DAM,                           0.20.


UNOFFICIAL STATIONS:

2 MILES NORTH OF AVON,                   0.55.
7 MILES NORTH OF BAYFIELD,               0.16.
COLLBRAN,                                0.20.
GOTHIC,                                  0.47.
1 MILE SOUTHEAST OF STEAMBOAT SPRINGS,   0.42.
2 MILES NORTH OF WOLCOTT,                0.14.


ADDITIONAL UNOFFICIAL REPORTS:

VAIL 1WNW                                1.01
MONTROSE 1ESE                            0.11
MONTROSE 7ENE                            0.12

$$


000
NOUS42 KMFL 171740
PNSMFL

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MIAMI FL
140 PM EDT THU JUL 17 2014

... SPANISH NOAA WEATHER RADIO STATION IS BACK IN SERVICE...

NOAA WEATHER RADIO STATION WZ2531 HAS BEEN RETURNED TO SERVICE.

REMEMBER, THE LATEST WEATHER INFORMATION IS ALSO AVAILABLE ON OUR
WEBSITE AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/MIAMI

$$

CARACOZZA



000
NOUS42 KMFL 171740
PNSMFL

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MIAMI FL
140 PM EDT THU JUL 17 2014

... SPANISH NOAA WEATHER RADIO STATION IS BACK IN SERVICE...

NOAA WEATHER RADIO STATION WZ2531 HAS BEEN RETURNED TO SERVICE.

REMEMBER, THE LATEST WEATHER INFORMATION IS ALSO AVAILABLE ON OUR
WEBSITE AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/MIAMI

$$

CARACOZZA



000
NOUS42 KMFL 171740
PNSMFL

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MIAMI FL
140 PM EDT THU JUL 17 2014

... SPANISH NOAA WEATHER RADIO STATION IS BACK IN SERVICE...

NOAA WEATHER RADIO STATION WZ2531 HAS BEEN RETURNED TO SERVICE.

REMEMBER, THE LATEST WEATHER INFORMATION IS ALSO AVAILABLE ON OUR
WEBSITE AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/MIAMI

$$

CARACOZZA



000
NOUS42 KMFL 171740
PNSMFL

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MIAMI FL
140 PM EDT THU JUL 17 2014

... SPANISH NOAA WEATHER RADIO STATION IS BACK IN SERVICE...

NOAA WEATHER RADIO STATION WZ2531 HAS BEEN RETURNED TO SERVICE.

REMEMBER, THE LATEST WEATHER INFORMATION IS ALSO AVAILABLE ON OUR
WEBSITE AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/MIAMI

$$

CARACOZZA



000
NOUS42 KMFL 171523
PNSMFL

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MIAMI FL
1125 AM EDT THU JUL 17 2014

... SPANISH NOAA WEATHER RADIO STATION IS CURRENTLY OFF THE AIR...

NOAA WEATHER RADIO STATION WZ2531 WILL BE OFF THE AIR UNTIL
FURTHER NOTICE.

REMEMBER, THE LATEST WEATHER INFORMATION IS ALSO AVAILABLE ON OUR
WEBSITE AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/MIAMI

$$

CARACOZZA



000
NOUS42 KMFL 171523
PNSMFL

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MIAMI FL
1125 AM EDT THU JUL 17 2014

... SPANISH NOAA WEATHER RADIO STATION IS CURRENTLY OFF THE AIR...

NOAA WEATHER RADIO STATION WZ2531 WILL BE OFF THE AIR UNTIL
FURTHER NOTICE.

REMEMBER, THE LATEST WEATHER INFORMATION IS ALSO AVAILABLE ON OUR
WEBSITE AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/MIAMI

$$

CARACOZZA



000
NOUS42 KMFL 171523
PNSMFL

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MIAMI FL
1125 AM EDT THU JUL 17 2014

... SPANISH NOAA WEATHER RADIO STATION IS CURRENTLY OFF THE AIR...

NOAA WEATHER RADIO STATION WZ2531 WILL BE OFF THE AIR UNTIL
FURTHER NOTICE.

REMEMBER, THE LATEST WEATHER INFORMATION IS ALSO AVAILABLE ON OUR
WEBSITE AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/MIAMI

$$

CARACOZZA



000
NOUS42 KMFL 171523
PNSMFL

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MIAMI FL
1125 AM EDT THU JUL 17 2014

... SPANISH NOAA WEATHER RADIO STATION IS CURRENTLY OFF THE AIR...

NOAA WEATHER RADIO STATION WZ2531 WILL BE OFF THE AIR UNTIL
FURTHER NOTICE.

REMEMBER, THE LATEST WEATHER INFORMATION IS ALSO AVAILABLE ON OUR
WEBSITE AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/MIAMI

$$

CARACOZZA



000
NOUS43 KSGF 171443
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-181443

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
943 AM CDT THU JUL 17 2014

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Benton    Edwards 6W             77  53   0.00
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            77  55   0.00
Morgan    Gravois Mills          80  55   0.00
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            78  54   0.00
Stone     Crane 4N               79  56   0.00
Webster   Niangua                74  55   0.00

$$





000
NOUS43 KSGF 171443
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-181443

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
943 AM CDT THU JUL 17 2014

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Benton    Edwards 6W             77  53   0.00
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            77  55   0.00
Morgan    Gravois Mills          80  55   0.00
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            78  54   0.00
Stone     Crane 4N               79  56   0.00
Webster   Niangua                74  55   0.00

$$






000
NOUS43 KGLD 171200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT THU JUL 17 2014

...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 THU JUL 17 2014

...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
NOUS41 KCAR 171134
PNSCAR

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CARIBOU ME
0734 AM EDT THU JUL 17 2014

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICES IN NEW ENGLAND HAVE DECLARED
THE WEEK OF JULY 14TH THROUGH 18TH HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK. THIS
IS THE FOURTH IN A SERIES OF FIVE PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENTS TO
BE ISSUED BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE IN CARIBOU,
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 LANDFALLING
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. OF THE 56 PEOPLE WHO PERISHED FROM HURRICANE
FLOYD IN 1999, 50 DROWNED DUE TO INLAND FLOODING.

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. IN ADDITION, MORE THAN 75% OF THE
CHILDREN KILLED BY TROPICAL CYCLONES DIED DUE TO INLAND FLOODING.
FLOODING IS ALSO THE REASON WHY 63% OF U.S. TROPICAL CYCLONES 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 WITH TROPICAL
MOISTURE FROM THE CIRCULATION AROUND HURRICANE LILI (WELL OFFSHORE)
PRODUCED 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 BASEMENT
     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 WATERS.
  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. FOR MORE
INFORMATION, PLEASE VISIT WWW.FLOODSMART.GOV (ALL LOWER-CASE).

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 BETWEEN 7 AND 8 INCHES
ACROSS SOUTH FLORIDA 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 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 TOPICS TO BE COVERED LATER THIS WEEK:
  FRIDAY - THE FORECAST PROCESS: STATEMENTS, WATCHES, AND WARNINGS

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT HURRICANES AND HURRICANE SAFETY,
VISIT THE NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER`S WEBSITE AT (ALL LOWER-CASE):

HTTP://WWW.NHC.NOAA.GOV

$$

CB





000
NOUS45 KSLC 170229
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
826 PM MDT WED JUL 16 2014

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS RAINFALL AND PEAK WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 800 PM.

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

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
ENTERPRISE - 5340 FT                     8 PM WED     1.08
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        4 PM WED     0.06

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
WHITE REEF - 3440 FT                     8 PM WED     0.06

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          7 PM WED     0.04

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
LAVA POINT RAWS - 7890 FT                7 PM WED     0.06
POWERHOUSE NR VEYO - 4600 FT             8 PM WED     0.02

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

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OGDEN PEAK - 9570 FT                     6 PM WED     41 MPH

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
ENTERPRISE - 5340 FT                     4 PM WED     47 MPH

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
WHITE REEF - 3440 FT                     5 PM WED     49 MPH
ST. GEORGE - 2861 FT                     6 PM WED     44 MPH
ST GEORGE - 2612 FT                      6 PM WED     41 MPH

$$


000
NOUS45 KSLC 170229
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
826 PM MDT WED JUL 16 2014

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS RAINFALL AND PEAK WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 800 PM.

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

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
ENTERPRISE - 5340 FT                     8 PM WED     1.08
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        4 PM WED     0.06

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
WHITE REEF - 3440 FT                     8 PM WED     0.06

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          7 PM WED     0.04

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
LAVA POINT RAWS - 7890 FT                7 PM WED     0.06
POWERHOUSE NR VEYO - 4600 FT             8 PM WED     0.02

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

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OGDEN PEAK - 9570 FT                     6 PM WED     41 MPH

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
ENTERPRISE - 5340 FT                     4 PM WED     47 MPH

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
WHITE REEF - 3440 FT                     5 PM WED     49 MPH
ST. GEORGE - 2861 FT                     6 PM WED     44 MPH
ST GEORGE - 2612 FT                      6 PM WED     41 MPH

$$



000
NOUS42 KMLB 162347
PNSMLB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MELBOURNE FL
747 PM EDT WED JUL 16 2014

...DAYTONA BEACH NOAA WEATHER RADIO REMAINS OUT OF SERVICE...

THE DAYTONA BEACH NOAA WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTER OPERATING ON A
FREQUENCY OF 162.400 MEGAHERTZ CONTINUES TO REMAIN OUT OF SERVICE.
AT&T TECHNICIANS CONTINUE TO TROUBLESHOOT AND TEST THE RADIO CIRCUIT
WHICH IS CAUSING THE OUTAGE. ADDITIONAL UPDATES WILL BE SENT WHEN A
RESOLUTION IS REACHED.

THIS TRANSMITTER WILL BE RETURNED TO SERVICE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.

THE DAYTONA BEACH TRANSMITTER SERVES
LAKE...BREVARD...ORANGE...SEMINOLE...PUTNAM...VOLUSIA...AND FLAGLER
COUNTIES.

HERE IS A LIST OF ALTERNATIVE TRANSMITTERS COVERING THE DAYTONA
BEACH LISTENING AREA:

162.425 MHZ IN PALATKA
162.500 MHZ IN SUMTERVILLE
162.475 MHZ IN ORLANDO
162.550 MHZ IN MELBOURNE

THE LATEST OFFICIAL NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
FORECASTS...WATCHES...WARNINGS...AND ADVISORIES CAN BE FOUND ONLINE
AT THE FOLLOWING WEB ADDRESS:

HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/MELBOURNE

$$

CARTWRIGHT








000
NOUS42 KMLB 162347
PNSMLB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MELBOURNE FL
747 PM EDT WED JUL 16 2014

...DAYTONA BEACH NOAA WEATHER RADIO REMAINS OUT OF SERVICE...

THE DAYTONA BEACH NOAA WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTER OPERATING ON A
FREQUENCY OF 162.400 MEGAHERTZ CONTINUES TO REMAIN OUT OF SERVICE.
AT&T TECHNICIANS CONTINUE TO TROUBLESHOOT AND TEST THE RADIO CIRCUIT
WHICH IS CAUSING THE OUTAGE. ADDITIONAL UPDATES WILL BE SENT WHEN A
RESOLUTION IS REACHED.

THIS TRANSMITTER WILL BE RETURNED TO SERVICE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.

THE DAYTONA BEACH TRANSMITTER SERVES
LAKE...BREVARD...ORANGE...SEMINOLE...PUTNAM...VOLUSIA...AND FLAGLER
COUNTIES.

HERE IS A LIST OF ALTERNATIVE TRANSMITTERS COVERING THE DAYTONA
BEACH LISTENING AREA:

162.425 MHZ IN PALATKA
162.500 MHZ IN SUMTERVILLE
162.475 MHZ IN ORLANDO
162.550 MHZ IN MELBOURNE

THE LATEST OFFICIAL NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
FORECASTS...WATCHES...WARNINGS...AND ADVISORIES CAN BE FOUND ONLINE
AT THE FOLLOWING WEB ADDRESS:

HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/MELBOURNE

$$

CARTWRIGHT







000
NOUS45 KPUB 162303
PNSPUB

ZCZC DENPNSPUB ALL
TTAA00 KPUB DDHHMM

COZ070-085-086-170003

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
503 PM MDT WED JUL 16 2014

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 79
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 59
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... .04
                    PEAK WIND GUST...29 MPH FROM THE
                    NORTH AT 438 PM MDT.

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 78
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 56
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... .52
                    PEAK WIND GUST...57 MPH FROM THE
                    NORTHEAST AT 320 PM MDT.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 71
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 49
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... .46
                    PEAK WIND GUST...25 MPH FROM THE
                    NORTHWEST AT 1211 PM MDT.


$$


000
NOUS45 KPUB 162303
PNSPUB

ZCZC DENPNSPUB ALL
TTAA00 KPUB DDHHMM

COZ070-085-086-170003

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
503 PM MDT WED JUL 16 2014

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 79
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 59
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... .04
                    PEAK WIND GUST...29 MPH FROM THE
                    NORTH AT 438 PM MDT.

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 78
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 56
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... .52
                    PEAK WIND GUST...57 MPH FROM THE
                    NORTHEAST AT 320 PM MDT.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 71
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 49
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... .46
                    PEAK WIND GUST...25 MPH FROM THE
                    NORTHWEST AT 1211 PM MDT.


$$



000
NOUS46 KSEW 162214
PNSSEW

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
300 PM PDT WED JUL 16 2014

...WHAT IS A RED FLAG WARNING?

THE WASHINGTON WILDFIRE SEASON IS HERE. HAVE YOU NOTICED THE NUMBER
OF ROADSIDE FIRES IN WESTERN WASHINGTON THE PAST FEW WEEKS? JULY AND
AUGUST ARE USUALLY OUR WARMEST AND DRIEST MONTHS OF THE YEAR. AS A
RESULT...FIRE DANGER USUALLY REACHES ITS PEAK AND REMAINS ELEVATED
EVEN WITH QUIET WEATHER IN PLACE.

THERE ARE THREE FACTORS IN WILDFIRE BEHAVIOR: FUELS...TOPOGRAPHY AND
WEATHER. THE WARM DRY WEATHER RESULTS IN DRYING FUELS LIKE GRASS...
SHRUBS AND TREES MAKING THEM READY TO ACCEPT FIRE. SIGNS ENTERING
STATE LANDS...NATIONAL FORESTS OR PARKS DISPLAY THE CURRENT FIRE
DANGER LEVEL. TOPOGRAPHY DOES NOT CHANGE. SO WEATHER PLAYS A KEY
VARIABLE ROLE IN WILDFIRE BEHAVIOR.

ONCE IN A WHILE...WEATHER PLAYS A SERIOUS AGGRAVATING FACTOR IN FIRE
BEHAVIOR. THOSE ARE THE DAYS WHEN THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WILL
ISSUE A RED FLAG WARNING.

A RED FLAG WARNING IS A WEATHER WARNING WITH AN EMPHASIS ON
FIREFIGHTER SAFETY. THOUGH WARM DRY SUMMER WEATHER INCREASES FIRE
DANGER...A RED FLAG WARNING IS RESERVED FOR THREE SPECIAL WEATHER
SCENARIOS THAT AGGRAVATES WILDFIRE BEHAVIOR - STRONG WINDS AND LOW
HUMIDITY...A VERY DRY AND UNSTABLE ATMOSPHERE...AND LIGHTNING.

BEFORE A RED FLAG WARNING IS ISSUED...FIRE DANGER IS ALREADY HIGH
AND EVERYONE NEEDS TO TAKE PRECAUTIONS WITH FIRE AND FLAMMABLE
MATERIALS. IS A RED FLAG WARNING A MEASURE OF FIRE DANGER? THE
ANSWER IS NO - FIRE DANGER IS DRIVEN BY THE DRYNESS OF FUELS LIKE
GRASS...SHRUBS AND TREES.

DOES A RED FLAG WARNING MEAN THAT EVERYONE SHOULD BE CAREFUL WITH
FIRE? YES - FIRE DANGER IS ALREADY HIGH AND NOW THE WEATHER IS
ELEVATING FIRE BEHAVIOR CONDITIONS FURTHER. IS FIRE DANGER OVER WHEN
A RED FLAG WARNING ENDS? THE ANSWER IS NO - IT MEANS WEATHER IS NO
LONGER AN AGGRAVATING FACTOR WITH FIREFIGHTING EFFORTS. YET FIRE
DANGER REMAINS HIGH AND EVERYONE SHOULD BE VIGILANT WITH FLAMMABLE
MATERIALS.

SO WHAT IS A FIRE WEATHER WATCH? ADVERSE FIREFIGHTING WEATHER
CONDITIONS ARE ANTICIPATED IN A DAY OR TWO IN ADVANCE. A WATCH
USUALLY PRECEDES A RED FLAG WARNING BUT NOT ALWAYS.

NOW YOU KNOW WHAT A RED FLAG WARNING AND FIRE WEATHER WATCH MEANS.
BE CAREFUL WITH FIRE AND FLAMMABLE MATERIALS THIS SUMMER. IN
WASHINGTON STATE... ABOUT 70 PERCENT OF WILDFIRES ARE HUMAN CAUSED.
NO ONE WANTS ANY MORE HUMAN CAUSED WILDFIRES.

$$

SMR/BUEHNER/HANER








000
NOUS46 KSEW 162214
PNSSEW

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
300 PM PDT WED JUL 16 2014

...WHAT IS A RED FLAG WARNING?

THE WASHINGTON WILDFIRE SEASON IS HERE. HAVE YOU NOTICED THE NUMBER
OF ROADSIDE FIRES IN WESTERN WASHINGTON THE PAST FEW WEEKS? JULY AND
AUGUST ARE USUALLY OUR WARMEST AND DRIEST MONTHS OF THE YEAR. AS A
RESULT...FIRE DANGER USUALLY REACHES ITS PEAK AND REMAINS ELEVATED
EVEN WITH QUIET WEATHER IN PLACE.

THERE ARE THREE FACTORS IN WILDFIRE BEHAVIOR: FUELS...TOPOGRAPHY AND
WEATHER. THE WARM DRY WEATHER RESULTS IN DRYING FUELS LIKE GRASS...
SHRUBS AND TREES MAKING THEM READY TO ACCEPT FIRE. SIGNS ENTERING
STATE LANDS...NATIONAL FORESTS OR PARKS DISPLAY THE CURRENT FIRE
DANGER LEVEL. TOPOGRAPHY DOES NOT CHANGE. SO WEATHER PLAYS A KEY
VARIABLE ROLE IN WILDFIRE BEHAVIOR.

ONCE IN A WHILE...WEATHER PLAYS A SERIOUS AGGRAVATING FACTOR IN FIRE
BEHAVIOR. THOSE ARE THE DAYS WHEN THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WILL
ISSUE A RED FLAG WARNING.

A RED FLAG WARNING IS A WEATHER WARNING WITH AN EMPHASIS ON
FIREFIGHTER SAFETY. THOUGH WARM DRY SUMMER WEATHER INCREASES FIRE
DANGER...A RED FLAG WARNING IS RESERVED FOR THREE SPECIAL WEATHER
SCENARIOS THAT AGGRAVATES WILDFIRE BEHAVIOR - STRONG WINDS AND LOW
HUMIDITY...A VERY DRY AND UNSTABLE ATMOSPHERE...AND LIGHTNING.

BEFORE A RED FLAG WARNING IS ISSUED...FIRE DANGER IS ALREADY HIGH
AND EVERYONE NEEDS TO TAKE PRECAUTIONS WITH FIRE AND FLAMMABLE
MATERIALS. IS A RED FLAG WARNING A MEASURE OF FIRE DANGER? THE
ANSWER IS NO - FIRE DANGER IS DRIVEN BY THE DRYNESS OF FUELS LIKE
GRASS...SHRUBS AND TREES.

DOES A RED FLAG WARNING MEAN THAT EVERYONE SHOULD BE CAREFUL WITH
FIRE? YES - FIRE DANGER IS ALREADY HIGH AND NOW THE WEATHER IS
ELEVATING FIRE BEHAVIOR CONDITIONS FURTHER. IS FIRE DANGER OVER WHEN
A RED FLAG WARNING ENDS? THE ANSWER IS NO - IT MEANS WEATHER IS NO
LONGER AN AGGRAVATING FACTOR WITH FIREFIGHTING EFFORTS. YET FIRE
DANGER REMAINS HIGH AND EVERYONE SHOULD BE VIGILANT WITH FLAMMABLE
MATERIALS.

SO WHAT IS A FIRE WEATHER WATCH? ADVERSE FIREFIGHTING WEATHER
CONDITIONS ARE ANTICIPATED IN A DAY OR TWO IN ADVANCE. A WATCH
USUALLY PRECEDES A RED FLAG WARNING BUT NOT ALWAYS.

NOW YOU KNOW WHAT A RED FLAG WARNING AND FIRE WEATHER WATCH MEANS.
BE CAREFUL WITH FIRE AND FLAMMABLE MATERIALS THIS SUMMER. IN
WASHINGTON STATE... ABOUT 70 PERCENT OF WILDFIRES ARE HUMAN CAUSED.
NO ONE WANTS ANY MORE HUMAN CAUSED WILDFIRES.

$$

SMR/BUEHNER/HANER








000
NOUS46 KSEW 162214
PNSSEW

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
300 PM PDT WED JUL 16 2014

...WHAT IS A RED FLAG WARNING?

THE WASHINGTON WILDFIRE SEASON IS HERE. HAVE YOU NOTICED THE NUMBER
OF ROADSIDE FIRES IN WESTERN WASHINGTON THE PAST FEW WEEKS? JULY AND
AUGUST ARE USUALLY OUR WARMEST AND DRIEST MONTHS OF THE YEAR. AS A
RESULT...FIRE DANGER USUALLY REACHES ITS PEAK AND REMAINS ELEVATED
EVEN WITH QUIET WEATHER IN PLACE.

THERE ARE THREE FACTORS IN WILDFIRE BEHAVIOR: FUELS...TOPOGRAPHY AND
WEATHER. THE WARM DRY WEATHER RESULTS IN DRYING FUELS LIKE GRASS...
SHRUBS AND TREES MAKING THEM READY TO ACCEPT FIRE. SIGNS ENTERING
STATE LANDS...NATIONAL FORESTS OR PARKS DISPLAY THE CURRENT FIRE
DANGER LEVEL. TOPOGRAPHY DOES NOT CHANGE. SO WEATHER PLAYS A KEY
VARIABLE ROLE IN WILDFIRE BEHAVIOR.

ONCE IN A WHILE...WEATHER PLAYS A SERIOUS AGGRAVATING FACTOR IN FIRE
BEHAVIOR. THOSE ARE THE DAYS WHEN THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WILL
ISSUE A RED FLAG WARNING.

A RED FLAG WARNING IS A WEATHER WARNING WITH AN EMPHASIS ON
FIREFIGHTER SAFETY. THOUGH WARM DRY SUMMER WEATHER INCREASES FIRE
DANGER...A RED FLAG WARNING IS RESERVED FOR THREE SPECIAL WEATHER
SCENARIOS THAT AGGRAVATES WILDFIRE BEHAVIOR - STRONG WINDS AND LOW
HUMIDITY...A VERY DRY AND UNSTABLE ATMOSPHERE...AND LIGHTNING.

BEFORE A RED FLAG WARNING IS ISSUED...FIRE DANGER IS ALREADY HIGH
AND EVERYONE NEEDS TO TAKE PRECAUTIONS WITH FIRE AND FLAMMABLE
MATERIALS. IS A RED FLAG WARNING A MEASURE OF FIRE DANGER? THE
ANSWER IS NO - FIRE DANGER IS DRIVEN BY THE DRYNESS OF FUELS LIKE
GRASS...SHRUBS AND TREES.

DOES A RED FLAG WARNING MEAN THAT EVERYONE SHOULD BE CAREFUL WITH
FIRE? YES - FIRE DANGER IS ALREADY HIGH AND NOW THE WEATHER IS
ELEVATING FIRE BEHAVIOR CONDITIONS FURTHER. IS FIRE DANGER OVER WHEN
A RED FLAG WARNING ENDS? THE ANSWER IS NO - IT MEANS WEATHER IS NO
LONGER AN AGGRAVATING FACTOR WITH FIREFIGHTING EFFORTS. YET FIRE
DANGER REMAINS HIGH AND EVERYONE SHOULD BE VIGILANT WITH FLAMMABLE
MATERIALS.

SO WHAT IS A FIRE WEATHER WATCH? ADVERSE FIREFIGHTING WEATHER
CONDITIONS ARE ANTICIPATED IN A DAY OR TWO IN ADVANCE. A WATCH
USUALLY PRECEDES A RED FLAG WARNING BUT NOT ALWAYS.

NOW YOU KNOW WHAT A RED FLAG WARNING AND FIRE WEATHER WATCH MEANS.
BE CAREFUL WITH FIRE AND FLAMMABLE MATERIALS THIS SUMMER. IN
WASHINGTON STATE... ABOUT 70 PERCENT OF WILDFIRES ARE HUMAN CAUSED.
NO ONE WANTS ANY MORE HUMAN CAUSED WILDFIRES.

$$

SMR/BUEHNER/HANER








000
NOUS46 KSEW 162214
PNSSEW

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
300 PM PDT WED JUL 16 2014

...WHAT IS A RED FLAG WARNING?

THE WASHINGTON WILDFIRE SEASON IS HERE. HAVE YOU NOTICED THE NUMBER
OF ROADSIDE FIRES IN WESTERN WASHINGTON THE PAST FEW WEEKS? JULY AND
AUGUST ARE USUALLY OUR WARMEST AND DRIEST MONTHS OF THE YEAR. AS A
RESULT...FIRE DANGER USUALLY REACHES ITS PEAK AND REMAINS ELEVATED
EVEN WITH QUIET WEATHER IN PLACE.

THERE ARE THREE FACTORS IN WILDFIRE BEHAVIOR: FUELS...TOPOGRAPHY AND
WEATHER. THE WARM DRY WEATHER RESULTS IN DRYING FUELS LIKE GRASS...
SHRUBS AND TREES MAKING THEM READY TO ACCEPT FIRE. SIGNS ENTERING
STATE LANDS...NATIONAL FORESTS OR PARKS DISPLAY THE CURRENT FIRE
DANGER LEVEL. TOPOGRAPHY DOES NOT CHANGE. SO WEATHER PLAYS A KEY
VARIABLE ROLE IN WILDFIRE BEHAVIOR.

ONCE IN A WHILE...WEATHER PLAYS A SERIOUS AGGRAVATING FACTOR IN FIRE
BEHAVIOR. THOSE ARE THE DAYS WHEN THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WILL
ISSUE A RED FLAG WARNING.

A RED FLAG WARNING IS A WEATHER WARNING WITH AN EMPHASIS ON
FIREFIGHTER SAFETY. THOUGH WARM DRY SUMMER WEATHER INCREASES FIRE
DANGER...A RED FLAG WARNING IS RESERVED FOR THREE SPECIAL WEATHER
SCENARIOS THAT AGGRAVATES WILDFIRE BEHAVIOR - STRONG WINDS AND LOW
HUMIDITY...A VERY DRY AND UNSTABLE ATMOSPHERE...AND LIGHTNING.

BEFORE A RED FLAG WARNING IS ISSUED...FIRE DANGER IS ALREADY HIGH
AND EVERYONE NEEDS TO TAKE PRECAUTIONS WITH FIRE AND FLAMMABLE
MATERIALS. IS A RED FLAG WARNING A MEASURE OF FIRE DANGER? THE
ANSWER IS NO - FIRE DANGER IS DRIVEN BY THE DRYNESS OF FUELS LIKE
GRASS...SHRUBS AND TREES.

DOES A RED FLAG WARNING MEAN THAT EVERYONE SHOULD BE CAREFUL WITH
FIRE? YES - FIRE DANGER IS ALREADY HIGH AND NOW THE WEATHER IS
ELEVATING FIRE BEHAVIOR CONDITIONS FURTHER. IS FIRE DANGER OVER WHEN
A RED FLAG WARNING ENDS? THE ANSWER IS NO - IT MEANS WEATHER IS NO
LONGER AN AGGRAVATING FACTOR WITH FIREFIGHTING EFFORTS. YET FIRE
DANGER REMAINS HIGH AND EVERYONE SHOULD BE VIGILANT WITH FLAMMABLE
MATERIALS.

SO WHAT IS A FIRE WEATHER WATCH? ADVERSE FIREFIGHTING WEATHER
CONDITIONS ARE ANTICIPATED IN A DAY OR TWO IN ADVANCE. A WATCH
USUALLY PRECEDES A RED FLAG WARNING BUT NOT ALWAYS.

NOW YOU KNOW WHAT A RED FLAG WARNING AND FIRE WEATHER WATCH MEANS.
BE CAREFUL WITH FIRE AND FLAMMABLE MATERIALS THIS SUMMER. IN
WASHINGTON STATE... ABOUT 70 PERCENT OF WILDFIRES ARE HUMAN CAUSED.
NO ONE WANTS ANY MORE HUMAN CAUSED WILDFIRES.

$$

SMR/BUEHNER/HANER








000
NOUS45 KSLC 162022
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
222 PM MDT WED JUL 16 2014

NOAA WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTERS HAVE RETURNED TO SERVICE.

$$


000
NOUS45 KSLC 161852
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
1249 PM MDT WED JUL 16 2014

NOAA WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTERS ARE CURRENTLY OUT OF SERVICE FOR
MUCH OF UTAH AND EXTREME SOUTHWESTERN WYOMING. TECHNICIANS ARE
TROUBLESHOOTING AT THIS TIME.

$$


000
NOUS45 KSLC 161852
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
1249 PM MDT WED JUL 16 2014

NOAA WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTERS ARE CURRENTLY OUT OF SERVICE FOR
MUCH OF UTAH AND EXTREME SOUTHWESTERN WYOMING. TECHNICIANS ARE
TROUBLESHOOTING AT THIS TIME.

$$


000
NOUS45 KSLC 161852
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
1249 PM MDT WED JUL 16 2014

NOAA WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTERS ARE CURRENTLY OUT OF SERVICE FOR
MUCH OF UTAH AND EXTREME SOUTHWESTERN WYOMING. TECHNICIANS ARE
TROUBLESHOOTING AT THIS TIME.

$$


000
NOUS45 KSLC 161852
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
1249 PM MDT WED JUL 16 2014

NOAA WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTERS ARE CURRENTLY OUT OF SERVICE FOR
MUCH OF UTAH AND EXTREME SOUTHWESTERN WYOMING. TECHNICIANS ARE
TROUBLESHOOTING AT THIS TIME.

$$


000
NOUS41 KCAR 161520
PNSCAR

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CARIBOU ME
1120 AM EDT WED JUL 16 2014

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICES IN NEW ENGLAND HAVE DECLARED
THE WEEK OF JULY 14TH THROUGH 18TH HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK. THIS
IS THE THIRD IN A SERIES OF FIVE PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENTS TO
BE ISSUED BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE IN CARIBOU,
CONTAINING INFORMATION ON HURRICANES AND HURRICANE SAFETY.

STORM SURGE, WAVES, AND MARINE SAFETY

ALONG THE COAST, STORM SURGE IS OFTEN THE GREATEST THREAT TO LIFE
AND PROPERTY FROM A HURRICANE. IN THE PAST, LARGE DEATH TOLLS HAVE
RESULTED FROM THE RISE OF THE OCEAN ASSOCIATED WITH MANY OF THE
MAJOR HURRICANES THAT HAVE MADE LANDFALL. HURRICANE KATRINA (2005)
IS A PRIME EXAMPLE OF THE DAMAGE AND DEVASTATION THAT CAN BE CAUSED
BY SURGE. AT LEAST 1500 PEOPLE LOST THEIR LIVES DURING KATRINA AND
MANY OF THOSE DEATHS OCCURRED, BOTH DIRECTLY AND INDIRECTLY, AS A
RESULT OF STORM SURGE.

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 RISE IN
WATER LEVELS CAN CAUSE EXTREME FLOODING IN COASTAL AREAS,
PARTICULARLY WHEN STORM SURGE COINCIDES WITH THE NORMAL HIGH TIDE.
THE ADVANCING SURGE COMBINES WITH THE NORMAL TIDES TO CREATE THE
HURRICANE STORM TIDE, WHICH CAN INCREASE THE MEAN WATER LEVEL BY 15
FEET OR MORE. THE GREATEST STORM SURGE GENERALLY OCCURS JUST TO THE
RIGHT OF THE STORM`S TRACK, PERPENDICULAR TO THE COAST. IN ADDITION
TO THE SURGE, WIND-DRIVEN WAVES IN THAT AREA CAN ALSO CAUSE
CONSIDERABLE DAMAGE TO STRUCTURES.

IN NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND, THE GREATEST FACTOR IN DETERMINING THE
EFFECTS OF 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. HOWEVER, IF 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 THAT THE SURGE COULD STRIKE AT HIGH TIDE.

THE MAXIMUM POTENTIAL STORM SURGE FOR A PARTICULAR LOCATION DEPENDS
ON MANY OTHER FACTORS IN ADDITION TO THE ASTRONOMICAL TIDES. STORM
SURGE IS A VERY COMPLEX PHENOMENON BECAUSE IT IS SENSITIVE TO THE
SLIGHTEST CHANGES IN STORM INTENSITY, SPEED, AND SIZE. IN ADDITION,
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. STORM TIDES, WAVES, AND CURRENTS IN CONFINED
HARBORS CAN SEVERELY DAMAGE SHIPS, MARINAS, AND PLEASURE BOATS.
AREAS WITH A STEEPER CONTINENTAL SHELF WILL NOT SEE AS MUCH SURGE,
ALTHOUGH LARGE BREAKING WAVES CAN STILL PRESENT MAJOR PROBLEMS.
ALONG THE MAINE COAST, THE GREATEST THREAT OF DAMAGE FROM STORM
SURGE LIES IN THE BEACH AREAS SOUTH OF PORTLAND AND IN PENOBSCOT
BAY.

WAVE AND CURRENT ACTION ASSOCIATED WITH THE TIDE ALSO CAUSES
EXTENSIVE DAMAGE. WATER WEIGHS APPROXIMATELY 1700 POUNDS PER CUBIC
YARD, AND PROLONGED 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 THE
AVERAGE ERRORS OF HURRICANE FORECASTS FOR THE 5-YEAR PERIOD FROM
2006 TO 2010. NOTE THAT THE 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                      36 N MI
             24 HOURS                      59 N MI
             48 HOURS                      98 N MI
             72 HOURS                     144 N MI
             96 HOURS                     190 N MI
            120 HOURS                     239 N MI

FOR THOSE PEOPLE WITH BOATS, IT`S IMPORTANT TO PLAN AHEAD TO 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 THOSE WHO MUST
RESCUE YOU.

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. 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 STORM SURGE. THIS WAS ALSO THE GREATEST LOSS OF LIFE IN THE
UNITED STATES FROM 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, ADVANCING 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 IKE (18 FT), HURRICANE
ANDREW (17 FT), HURRICANE HUGO (20 FT), AND HURRICANE CAMILLE (25
FT). THE 1938 HURRICANE THAT AFFECTED NEW ENGLAND CAUSED A 10 TO 12
FOOT SURGE IN NARRAGANSETT AND BUZZARD 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 TOPICS TO BE COVERED LATER THIS WEEK:
  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 WEBSITE AT (ALL LOWER-CASE):

HTTP://WWW.NHC.NOAA.GOV


$$

HASTINGS










000
NOUS41 KCAR 161520
PNSCAR

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CARIBOU ME
1120 AM EDT WED JUL 16 2014

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICES IN NEW ENGLAND HAVE DECLARED
THE WEEK OF JULY 14TH THROUGH 18TH HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK. THIS
IS THE THIRD IN A SERIES OF FIVE PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENTS TO
BE ISSUED BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE IN CARIBOU,
CONTAINING INFORMATION ON HURRICANES AND HURRICANE SAFETY.

STORM SURGE, WAVES, AND MARINE SAFETY

ALONG THE COAST, STORM SURGE IS OFTEN THE GREATEST THREAT TO LIFE
AND PROPERTY FROM A HURRICANE. IN THE PAST, LARGE DEATH TOLLS HAVE
RESULTED FROM THE RISE OF THE OCEAN ASSOCIATED WITH MANY OF THE
MAJOR HURRICANES THAT HAVE MADE LANDFALL. HURRICANE KATRINA (2005)
IS A PRIME EXAMPLE OF THE DAMAGE AND DEVASTATION THAT CAN BE CAUSED
BY SURGE. AT LEAST 1500 PEOPLE LOST THEIR LIVES DURING KATRINA AND
MANY OF THOSE DEATHS OCCURRED, BOTH DIRECTLY AND INDIRECTLY, AS A
RESULT OF STORM SURGE.

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 RISE IN
WATER LEVELS CAN CAUSE EXTREME FLOODING IN COASTAL AREAS,
PARTICULARLY WHEN STORM SURGE COINCIDES WITH THE NORMAL HIGH TIDE.
THE ADVANCING SURGE COMBINES WITH THE NORMAL TIDES TO CREATE THE
HURRICANE STORM TIDE, WHICH CAN INCREASE THE MEAN WATER LEVEL BY 15
FEET OR MORE. THE GREATEST STORM SURGE GENERALLY OCCURS JUST TO THE
RIGHT OF THE STORM`S TRACK, PERPENDICULAR TO THE COAST. IN ADDITION
TO THE SURGE, WIND-DRIVEN WAVES IN THAT AREA CAN ALSO CAUSE
CONSIDERABLE DAMAGE TO STRUCTURES.

IN NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND, THE GREATEST FACTOR IN DETERMINING THE
EFFECTS OF 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. HOWEVER, IF 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 THAT THE SURGE COULD STRIKE AT HIGH TIDE.

THE MAXIMUM POTENTIAL STORM SURGE FOR A PARTICULAR LOCATION DEPENDS
ON MANY OTHER FACTORS IN ADDITION TO THE ASTRONOMICAL TIDES. STORM
SURGE IS A VERY COMPLEX PHENOMENON BECAUSE IT IS SENSITIVE TO THE
SLIGHTEST CHANGES IN STORM INTENSITY, SPEED, AND SIZE. IN ADDITION,
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. STORM TIDES, WAVES, AND CURRENTS IN CONFINED
HARBORS CAN SEVERELY DAMAGE SHIPS, MARINAS, AND PLEASURE BOATS.
AREAS WITH A STEEPER CONTINENTAL SHELF WILL NOT SEE AS MUCH SURGE,
ALTHOUGH LARGE BREAKING WAVES CAN STILL PRESENT MAJOR PROBLEMS.
ALONG THE MAINE COAST, THE GREATEST THREAT OF DAMAGE FROM STORM
SURGE LIES IN THE BEACH AREAS SOUTH OF PORTLAND AND IN PENOBSCOT
BAY.

WAVE AND CURRENT ACTION ASSOCIATED WITH THE TIDE ALSO CAUSES
EXTENSIVE DAMAGE. WATER WEIGHS APPROXIMATELY 1700 POUNDS PER CUBIC
YARD, AND PROLONGED 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 THE
AVERAGE ERRORS OF HURRICANE FORECASTS FOR THE 5-YEAR PERIOD FROM
2006 TO 2010. NOTE THAT THE 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                      36 N MI
             24 HOURS                      59 N MI
             48 HOURS                      98 N MI
             72 HOURS                     144 N MI
             96 HOURS                     190 N MI
            120 HOURS                     239 N MI

FOR THOSE PEOPLE WITH BOATS, IT`S IMPORTANT TO PLAN AHEAD TO 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 THOSE WHO MUST
RESCUE YOU.

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. 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 STORM SURGE. THIS WAS ALSO THE GREATEST LOSS OF LIFE IN THE
UNITED STATES FROM 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, ADVANCING 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 IKE (18 FT), HURRICANE
ANDREW (17 FT), HURRICANE HUGO (20 FT), AND HURRICANE CAMILLE (25
FT). THE 1938 HURRICANE THAT AFFECTED NEW ENGLAND CAUSED A 10 TO 12
FOOT SURGE IN NARRAGANSETT AND BUZZARD 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 TOPICS TO BE COVERED LATER THIS WEEK:
  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 WEBSITE AT (ALL LOWER-CASE):

HTTP://WWW.NHC.NOAA.GOV


$$

HASTINGS











000
NOUS43 KSGF 161444
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-171443

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
943 AM CDT WED JUL 16 2014

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Douglas   Ava                    75  52   0.00
Benton    Edwards 6W             M   55   0.00
Barry     Roaring River SP       74  50   0.00
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            77  55   0.00
Webster   Niangua                73  54   0.00
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            75  51   0.00
Stone     Crane 4N               82  50   0.00
Morgan    Gravois Mills          75  52   0.00

$$





000
NOUS43 KGLD 161200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT WED JUL 16 2014

...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 161200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT WED JUL 16 2014

...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 160253 AAC
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
850 PM MDT TUE JUL 15 2014

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS RAINFALL AND PEAK WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 830 PM.

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

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      8 PM TUE     1.02
MANTI - PORTABLE #4 - 8421 FT            8 PM TUE     0.09

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
VENICE - 5244 FT                         8 PM TUE     0.11
MONROE - 5322 FT                         8 PM TUE     0.07

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
DELTA - 4613 FT                          8 PM TUE     0.05

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
PAROWAN 10NW - 5820 FT                   8 PM TUE     0.55
PAROWAN - 5770 FT                        8 PM TUE     0.20
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        5 PM TUE     0.05

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    8 PM TUE     0.28

...SOUTH CENTRAL UTAH...
KODACHROME BASIN PARK - 5810 FT          5 PM TUE     0.16
KANAB - 4940 FT                          5 PM TUE     0.13
ESCALANTE - 5810 FT                      5 PM TUE     0.03

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
BLACK CEDAR - 6480 FT                    8 PM TUE     0.34
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    8 PM TUE     0.15
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          4 PM TUE     0.02

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      8 PM TUE     1.39
GREENVILLE BENCH PORTABLE - 6200 FT      8 PM TUE     1.16
TOM BEST SPRING - 7718 FT                8 PM TUE     1.07
LOA - 7096 FT                            8 PM TUE     1.04
ASSAY - 8100 FT                          8 PM TUE     0.83
FISHLAKE D2 PT #2 - 7100 FT              8 PM TUE     0.59
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 7 PM TUE     0.37
BRYCE CANYON AIRPORT - 7585 FT           8 PM TUE     0.27
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              7 PM TUE     0.22
JUNCTION - 6020 FT                       8 PM TUE     0.21
BUCK FLAT - 8000 FT                      8 PM TUE     0.20
TORREY - 6857 FT                         8 PM TUE     0.14
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              8 PM TUE     0.10
BRYCE CANYON - 7855 FT                   8 PM TUE     0.06
AGUA CANYON - 8890 FT                    5 PM TUE     0.03


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

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
INTERSTATE 80 - 4125 FT                  8 PM TUE     55 MPH
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT               7 PM TUE     48 MPH
WEST SALT FLATS - 4237 FT                8 PM TUE     42 MPH
I-80 AT MP 29 - 4125 FT                  8 PM TUE     41 MPH
SR-30 AT CURLEW - 4766 FT                5 PM TUE     41 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OGDEN PEAK - 9570 FT                     5 PM TUE     44 MPH
SR-16 @ MP1 - 6533 FT                    2 PM TUE     41 MPH

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      3 PM TUE     76 MPH
SKYLINE - 9330 FT                        7 PM TUE     42 MPH
PORTABLE RWIS 4 - 9805 FT                5 PM TUE     42 MPH

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
GHOST ROCKS - 7080 FT                    4 PM TUE     43 MPH

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
I-15 AT SEVIER RIVER NB - 4941 FT        6 PM TUE     46 MPH
RICHFIELD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5299 FT    8 PM TUE     44 MPH
MONROE - 5322 FT                         6 PM TUE     43 MPH

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
DELTA - 4613 FT                          6 PM TUE     48 MPH
U.S. 6 AT EUREKA - 6584 FT               8 PM TUE     46 MPH

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
CEDAR CITY MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5627 FT   6 PM TUE     47 MPH
CEDAR CITY 3W - 5529 FT                  7 PM TUE     41 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    7 PM TUE     56 MPH
DOG VALLEY - 6180 FT                     6 PM TUE     53 MPH
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     5 PM TUE     53 MPH
FREMONT JUNCTION - 6801 FT               3 PM TUE     44 MPH
I-15 AT SCIPIO SUMMIT - 5960 FT          6 PM TUE     42 MPH
HORSE HOLLOW - 6010 FT                   6 PM TUE     41 MPH

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
PORTABLE TRAFFIC 2 - 6210 FT             5 PM TUE     43 MPH
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              5 PM TUE     40 MPH

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
CHURCH BUTTE - 6743 FT                   2 PM TUE     43 MPH

$$



000
NOUS45 KSLC 160253 AAC
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
850 PM MDT TUE JUL 15 2014

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS RAINFALL AND PEAK WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 830 PM.

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

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      8 PM TUE     1.02
MANTI - PORTABLE #4 - 8421 FT            8 PM TUE     0.09

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
VENICE - 5244 FT                         8 PM TUE     0.11
MONROE - 5322 FT                         8 PM TUE     0.07

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
DELTA - 4613 FT                          8 PM TUE     0.05

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
PAROWAN 10NW - 5820 FT                   8 PM TUE     0.55
PAROWAN - 5770 FT                        8 PM TUE     0.20
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        5 PM TUE     0.05

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    8 PM TUE     0.28

...SOUTH CENTRAL UTAH...
KODACHROME BASIN PARK - 5810 FT          5 PM TUE     0.16
KANAB - 4940 FT                          5 PM TUE     0.13
ESCALANTE - 5810 FT                      5 PM TUE     0.03

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
BLACK CEDAR - 6480 FT                    8 PM TUE     0.34
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    8 PM TUE     0.15
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          4 PM TUE     0.02

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      8 PM TUE     1.39
GREENVILLE BENCH PORTABLE - 6200 FT      8 PM TUE     1.16
TOM BEST SPRING - 7718 FT                8 PM TUE     1.07
LOA - 7096 FT                            8 PM TUE     1.04
ASSAY - 8100 FT                          8 PM TUE     0.83
FISHLAKE D2 PT #2 - 7100 FT              8 PM TUE     0.59
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 7 PM TUE     0.37
BRYCE CANYON AIRPORT - 7585 FT           8 PM TUE     0.27
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              7 PM TUE     0.22
JUNCTION - 6020 FT                       8 PM TUE     0.21
BUCK FLAT - 8000 FT                      8 PM TUE     0.20
TORREY - 6857 FT                         8 PM TUE     0.14
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              8 PM TUE     0.10
BRYCE CANYON - 7855 FT                   8 PM TUE     0.06
AGUA CANYON - 8890 FT                    5 PM TUE     0.03


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

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
INTERSTATE 80 - 4125 FT                  8 PM TUE     55 MPH
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT               7 PM TUE     48 MPH
WEST SALT FLATS - 4237 FT                8 PM TUE     42 MPH
I-80 AT MP 29 - 4125 FT                  8 PM TUE     41 MPH
SR-30 AT CURLEW - 4766 FT                5 PM TUE     41 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OGDEN PEAK - 9570 FT                     5 PM TUE     44 MPH
SR-16 @ MP1 - 6533 FT                    2 PM TUE     41 MPH

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      3 PM TUE     76 MPH
SKYLINE - 9330 FT                        7 PM TUE     42 MPH
PORTABLE RWIS 4 - 9805 FT                5 PM TUE     42 MPH

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
GHOST ROCKS - 7080 FT                    4 PM TUE     43 MPH

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
I-15 AT SEVIER RIVER NB - 4941 FT        6 PM TUE     46 MPH
RICHFIELD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5299 FT    8 PM TUE     44 MPH
MONROE - 5322 FT                         6 PM TUE     43 MPH

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
DELTA - 4613 FT                          6 PM TUE     48 MPH
U.S. 6 AT EUREKA - 6584 FT               8 PM TUE     46 MPH

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
CEDAR CITY MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5627 FT   6 PM TUE     47 MPH
CEDAR CITY 3W - 5529 FT                  7 PM TUE     41 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    7 PM TUE     56 MPH
DOG VALLEY - 6180 FT                     6 PM TUE     53 MPH
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     5 PM TUE     53 MPH
FREMONT JUNCTION - 6801 FT               3 PM TUE     44 MPH
I-15 AT SCIPIO SUMMIT - 5960 FT          6 PM TUE     42 MPH
HORSE HOLLOW - 6010 FT                   6 PM TUE     41 MPH

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
PORTABLE TRAFFIC 2 - 6210 FT             5 PM TUE     43 MPH
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              5 PM TUE     40 MPH

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
CHURCH BUTTE - 6743 FT                   2 PM TUE     43 MPH

$$



000
NOUS45 KSLC 160253 AAC
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
850 PM MDT TUE JUL 15 2014

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS RAINFALL AND PEAK WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 830 PM.

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

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      8 PM TUE     1.02
MANTI - PORTABLE #4 - 8421 FT            8 PM TUE     0.09

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
VENICE - 5244 FT                         8 PM TUE     0.11
MONROE - 5322 FT                         8 PM TUE     0.07

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
DELTA - 4613 FT                          8 PM TUE     0.05

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
PAROWAN 10NW - 5820 FT                   8 PM TUE     0.55
PAROWAN - 5770 FT                        8 PM TUE     0.20
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        5 PM TUE     0.05

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    8 PM TUE     0.28

...SOUTH CENTRAL UTAH...
KODACHROME BASIN PARK - 5810 FT          5 PM TUE     0.16
KANAB - 4940 FT                          5 PM TUE     0.13
ESCALANTE - 5810 FT                      5 PM TUE     0.03

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
BLACK CEDAR - 6480 FT                    8 PM TUE     0.34
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    8 PM TUE     0.15
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          4 PM TUE     0.02

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      8 PM TUE     1.39
GREENVILLE BENCH PORTABLE - 6200 FT      8 PM TUE     1.16
TOM BEST SPRING - 7718 FT                8 PM TUE     1.07
LOA - 7096 FT                            8 PM TUE     1.04
ASSAY - 8100 FT                          8 PM TUE     0.83
FISHLAKE D2 PT #2 - 7100 FT              8 PM TUE     0.59
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 7 PM TUE     0.37
BRYCE CANYON AIRPORT - 7585 FT           8 PM TUE     0.27
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              7 PM TUE     0.22
JUNCTION - 6020 FT                       8 PM TUE     0.21
BUCK FLAT - 8000 FT                      8 PM TUE     0.20
TORREY - 6857 FT                         8 PM TUE     0.14
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              8 PM TUE     0.10
BRYCE CANYON - 7855 FT                   8 PM TUE     0.06
AGUA CANYON - 8890 FT                    5 PM TUE     0.03


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

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
INTERSTATE 80 - 4125 FT                  8 PM TUE     55 MPH
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT               7 PM TUE     48 MPH
WEST SALT FLATS - 4237 FT                8 PM TUE     42 MPH
I-80 AT MP 29 - 4125 FT                  8 PM TUE     41 MPH
SR-30 AT CURLEW - 4766 FT                5 PM TUE     41 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OGDEN PEAK - 9570 FT                     5 PM TUE     44 MPH
SR-16 @ MP1 - 6533 FT                    2 PM TUE     41 MPH

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      3 PM TUE     76 MPH
SKYLINE - 9330 FT                        7 PM TUE     42 MPH
PORTABLE RWIS 4 - 9805 FT                5 PM TUE     42 MPH

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
GHOST ROCKS - 7080 FT                    4 PM TUE     43 MPH

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
I-15 AT SEVIER RIVER NB - 4941 FT        6 PM TUE     46 MPH
RICHFIELD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5299 FT    8 PM TUE     44 MPH
MONROE - 5322 FT                         6 PM TUE     43 MPH

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
DELTA - 4613 FT                          6 PM TUE     48 MPH
U.S. 6 AT EUREKA - 6584 FT               8 PM TUE     46 MPH

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
CEDAR CITY MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5627 FT   6 PM TUE     47 MPH
CEDAR CITY 3W - 5529 FT                  7 PM TUE     41 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    7 PM TUE     56 MPH
DOG VALLEY - 6180 FT                     6 PM TUE     53 MPH
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     5 PM TUE     53 MPH
FREMONT JUNCTION - 6801 FT               3 PM TUE     44 MPH
I-15 AT SCIPIO SUMMIT - 5960 FT          6 PM TUE     42 MPH
HORSE HOLLOW - 6010 FT                   6 PM TUE     41 MPH

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
PORTABLE TRAFFIC 2 - 6210 FT             5 PM TUE     43 MPH
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              5 PM TUE     40 MPH

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
CHURCH BUTTE - 6743 FT                   2 PM TUE     43 MPH

$$



000
NOUS45 KSLC 160253 AAC
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
850 PM MDT TUE JUL 15 2014

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS RAINFALL AND PEAK WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 830 PM.

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

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      8 PM TUE     1.02
MANTI - PORTABLE #4 - 8421 FT            8 PM TUE     0.09

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
VENICE - 5244 FT                         8 PM TUE     0.11
MONROE - 5322 FT                         8 PM TUE     0.07

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
DELTA - 4613 FT                          8 PM TUE     0.05

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
PAROWAN 10NW - 5820 FT                   8 PM TUE     0.55
PAROWAN - 5770 FT                        8 PM TUE     0.20
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        5 PM TUE     0.05

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    8 PM TUE     0.28

...SOUTH CENTRAL UTAH...
KODACHROME BASIN PARK - 5810 FT          5 PM TUE     0.16
KANAB - 4940 FT                          5 PM TUE     0.13
ESCALANTE - 5810 FT                      5 PM TUE     0.03

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
BLACK CEDAR - 6480 FT                    8 PM TUE     0.34
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    8 PM TUE     0.15
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          4 PM TUE     0.02

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      8 PM TUE     1.39
GREENVILLE BENCH PORTABLE - 6200 FT      8 PM TUE     1.16
TOM BEST SPRING - 7718 FT                8 PM TUE     1.07
LOA - 7096 FT                            8 PM TUE     1.04
ASSAY - 8100 FT                          8 PM TUE     0.83
FISHLAKE D2 PT #2 - 7100 FT              8 PM TUE     0.59
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 7 PM TUE     0.37
BRYCE CANYON AIRPORT - 7585 FT           8 PM TUE     0.27
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              7 PM TUE     0.22
JUNCTION - 6020 FT                       8 PM TUE     0.21
BUCK FLAT - 8000 FT                      8 PM TUE     0.20
TORREY - 6857 FT                         8 PM TUE     0.14
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              8 PM TUE     0.10
BRYCE CANYON - 7855 FT                   8 PM TUE     0.06
AGUA CANYON - 8890 FT                    5 PM TUE     0.03


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

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
INTERSTATE 80 - 4125 FT                  8 PM TUE     55 MPH
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT               7 PM TUE     48 MPH
WEST SALT FLATS - 4237 FT                8 PM TUE     42 MPH
I-80 AT MP 29 - 4125 FT                  8 PM TUE     41 MPH
SR-30 AT CURLEW - 4766 FT                5 PM TUE     41 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OGDEN PEAK - 9570 FT                     5 PM TUE     44 MPH
SR-16 @ MP1 - 6533 FT                    2 PM TUE     41 MPH

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      3 PM TUE     76 MPH
SKYLINE - 9330 FT                        7 PM TUE     42 MPH
PORTABLE RWIS 4 - 9805 FT                5 PM TUE     42 MPH

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
GHOST ROCKS - 7080 FT                    4 PM TUE     43 MPH

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
I-15 AT SEVIER RIVER NB - 4941 FT        6 PM TUE     46 MPH
RICHFIELD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5299 FT    8 PM TUE     44 MPH
MONROE - 5322 FT                         6 PM TUE     43 MPH

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
DELTA - 4613 FT                          6 PM TUE     48 MPH
U.S. 6 AT EUREKA - 6584 FT               8 PM TUE     46 MPH

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
CEDAR CITY MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5627 FT   6 PM TUE     47 MPH
CEDAR CITY 3W - 5529 FT                  7 PM TUE     41 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    7 PM TUE     56 MPH
DOG VALLEY - 6180 FT                     6 PM TUE     53 MPH
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     5 PM TUE     53 MPH
FREMONT JUNCTION - 6801 FT               3 PM TUE     44 MPH
I-15 AT SCIPIO SUMMIT - 5960 FT          6 PM TUE     42 MPH
HORSE HOLLOW - 6010 FT                   6 PM TUE     41 MPH

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
PORTABLE TRAFFIC 2 - 6210 FT             5 PM TUE     43 MPH
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              5 PM TUE     40 MPH

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
CHURCH BUTTE - 6743 FT                   2 PM TUE     43 MPH

$$



000
NOUS46 KLOX 160248
PNSLOX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOS ANGELES/OXNARD CA
530 PM PDT TUE JUL 1 2014

...ONE OF THE DRIEST RAIN SEASONS ON RECORD ACROSS SOUTHWESTERN
   CALIFORNIA...

...DRIEST BACK TO BACK RAIN SEASONS EVER IN DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES...

WITH JUST 6.08 INCHES OF RAIN...THIS RAIN SEASON (JULY 1ST 2013
THROUGH JUNE 30TH 2014) WAS THE 7TH DRIEST EVER IN DOWNTOWN LOS
ANGELES SINCE RECORDS BEGAN IN 1877. ON THE HEELS OF THE 6TH DRIEST
SEASON...THE 2012-2013 SEASON...DURING WHICH JUST 5.85 INCHES OF
RAIN WAS RECORDED...THE COMBINED RAINFALL FOR THE LAST 2 SEASONS WAS
JUST 11.93 INCHES. THAT IS THE LEAST TOTAL RAIN EVER RECORDED IN
BACK TO BACK SEASONS IN DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES. THE PREVIOUS DRIEST
BACK TO BACK RAIN SEASONS WERE 1897-1898 AND 1898-1899 DURING
WHICH 12.45 INCHES OF RAIN WAS RECORDED.

THE RAINFALL DEFICIT IN DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES FOR THE PAST TWO
SEASONS IS 17.93 INCHES. IN OTHER WORDS...RAINFALL FOR THE
PAST TWO SEASONS COMBINED WAS NEARLY A FOOT AND A HALF BELOW
NORMAL. PERCENT OF NORMAL RAINFALL FOR THE BACK TO BACK SEASONS
WAS JUST 40 PERCENT.

THIS WAS THE THIRD CONSECUTIVE RAINY SEASON DURING WHICH LESS
THAN 10 INCHES OF RAIN WAS RECORDED. THIS WAS ONLY THE 4TH SUCH
STRETCH SINCE 1877. THE OTHER THREE STRETCHES WERE JULY 1ST
1897 TO JUNE 30TH 1900...JULY 1ST 1922 TO JUNE 30TH 1925...AND
JULY 1ST 1958 THROUGH JUNE 30TH 1961.

WITH JUST 20.62 INCHES OF RAIN SINCE THE BEGINNING OF THE
2011-2012 RAINY SEASON...THIS WAS THE 3RD DRIEST STRETCH OF THREE
CONSECUTIVE RAINY SEASONS SINCE RECORDS BEGAN IN 1877...JUST
0.06 INCHES FROM TYING FOR SECOND PLACE. ONLY THE SEASONS FROM
1958-1961 AND 1897-1900 RECEIVED LESS TOTAL RAIN...WITH JUST
18.61 INCHES AND 20.56 INCHES RAIN RESPECTIVELY.

DURING THE PAST THREE SEASONS (2011-2014)...THE RAINFALL DEFICIT
IS 24.16 INCHES...WHICH MEANS THAT RAINFALL SINCE THE BEGINNING
OF THE 2011-2012 SEASON IS JUST OVER 2 FEET BELOW NORMAL. FOR THAT
RELATIVELY LONG PERIOD OF 3 YEARS...PERCENTAGE OF NORMAL RAINFALL
HAS BEEN JUST 45%...INDICATIVE OF JUST HOW PERSISTENT THIS DRY
STRETCH HAS BEEN.

SINCE 2001...FOUR OF THE SEVEN DRIEST RAINY SEASONS HAVE BEEN
RECORDED IN DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES...INCLUDING THE DRIEST (2006-2007)
DURING WHICH 3.21 INCHES OF RAIN WAS MEASURED...THE 2ND DRIEST
(2001-2002) WHEN 4.42 INCHES OF RAIN WAS MEASURED...THE 6TH DRIEST
(2012-2013) WITH 5.85 INCHES...AND THE 2013-2014 SEASON...DURING
WHICH 6.08 INCHES OF RAIN FELL.

***********************************************************************

THE FOLLOWING IS A TABLE OF TOTAL RAINFALL FOR THE RAIN SEASON FROM
JULY 1ST 2013 THROUGH JUNE 30TH 2014...NORMAL RAINFALL FOR THE
SEASON (USING THE 1981-2010 NORMALS PERIOD)...PERCENT OF NORMAL
SEASONAL RAIN...RAINFALL TOTAL FOR THE DRIEST SEASON AT THAT
LOCATION...AND THE RANK OF THIS SEASON FOR SOME SELECTED LOCATIONS
IN SOUTHWESTERN CALIFORNIA.

                  TOTAL RAIN   NORMAL    % OF      DRIEST         RANK
                  7/1/13 TO     RAIN    NORMAL     SEASON         THIS
                   6/30/14    7/1-6/30              EVER         SEASON
                  ----------  --------  ------  -------------  -----------

L.A. DOWNTOWN        6.08      14.93     41%    3.21 (2006-07)  7TH DRIEST
L.A. AP              4.45      12.82     35%    2.63 (2006-07)  4TH DRIEST
LONG BEACH AP        4.50      12.26     37%    2.10 (2006-07)  5TH DRIEST
UCLA                 6.05      18.63     32%    3.06 (2006-07)  3RD DRIEST
BURBANK AP           5.55      17.31     32%    2.44 (2006-07)  4TH DRIEST
VAN NUYS AP+         6.35      13.02     49%    2.67 (2001-02)  4TH DRIEST
WOODLAND HILLS       5.58      17.53     32%    4.04 (2006-07)  3RD DRIEST
LANCASTER AP         3.93       7.38     53%    1.26 (2012-13) 11TH DRIEST
SANDBERG             4.41      12.33     36%    2.60 (2001-02)  8TH DRIEST

CAMARILLO AP         5.01      15.22     33%    3.14 (2006-07)  4TH DRIEST
OXNARD NWS           5.87      15.62     38%    4.63 (1989-90)  5TH DRIEST
OJAI                 9.50      21.26     45%    6.87 (2006-07)  9TH DRIEST

SANTA BARBARA AP     6.56      17.76     37%    5.76 (1989-90)  2ND DRIEST
SANTA MARIA AP       4.51      13.95     32%    4.25 (1971-72)  2ND DRIEST
JUNCAL DAM           8.39      31.27     27%    8.66 (2006-07)    DRIEST
CACHUMA LAKE         9.98      22.09     45%    7.24 (2006-07)  7TH DRIEST

SAN LUIS OBISPO AP+  5.89      19.01     31%    5.86 (2001-02)  2ND DRIEST
PASO ROBLES AP       4.92      12.78     38%    3.92 (2006-07)  4TH DRIEST

+ PERIOD OF RECORD IS LESS THAN 30 YEARS---NORMALS NOT OFFICIAL

***********************************************************************

THE FOLLOWING ARE THE 10 DRIEST RAINY SEASONS (JUL 1-JUN 30) IN DOWNTOWN
LOS ANGELES SINCE RECORDS BEGAN IN 1877...THE TOTAL RAIN DURING THAT
SEASON (IN INCHES) AND THE PERCENTAGE OF NORMAL RAINFALL FOR THE
SEASON (BASED ON 1981-2010 NORMALS). NORMAL RAINFALL FOR THE
SEASON IN DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES IS 14.93 INCHES.

                                TOTAL     RAINFALL    % OF NORMAL
                                RAIN     DEPARTURE     RAIN FOR
      RANK         SEASON     (INCHES)    (INCHES)    TWO SEASONS
      ----       ---------    --------    --------    -----------

       1.        2006-2007      3.21       11.72          40%

       2.        2001-2002      4.42       10.51          42%

       3.        1960-1961      4.85       10.08          44%

       4.        1958-1959      5.58        9.35          45%

       5.        1898-1899      5.59        9.34          46%

       6.        2012-2013      5.85        9.08          49%

       7.        2013-2014      6.08        8.85          49%

       8.        1923-1924      6.67        8.26          51%

       9.        1893-1894      6.73        8.20          52%

      10.        1897-1898      7.06        7.87          54%

***********************************************************************

THE FOLLOWING ARE THE 10 DRIEST BACK TO BACK RAINY SEASONS (JUL 1-JUN 30)
IN DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES SINCE RECORDS BEGAN IN 1877...THE TOTAL RAIN
DURING THOSE SEASONS (IN INCHES)...THE RAINFALL DEFICIT DURING THAT
PERIOD...AND THE PERCENTAGE OF NORMAL RAINFALL FOR A TWO YEAR PERIOD
(BASED ON 1981-2010 NORMALS). NORMAL RAINFALL FOR TWO SEASONS
IS 29.86 INCHES.

                                          2 SEASON
                                TOTAL     RAINFALL    % OF NORMAL
                                RAIN      DEFICIT      RAIN FOR
      RANK        SEASONS     (INCHES)    (INCHES)    TWO SEASONS
      ----       ---------    --------    --------    -----------

       1.        2012-2014      11.93      17.93          40%

       2.        1897-1899      12.65      17.21          42%

       3.        1959-1961      13.03      16.83          44%

       4.        1898-1900      13.50      16.36          45%

       5.        1958-1960      13.76      16.10          46%

       6.        2011-2013      14.54      15.32          49%

       7.        1923-1925      14.61      15.25          49%

       8.        1947-1949      15.21      14.65          51%

       9.        1988-1990      15.43      14.43          52%

      10.        1922-1924      16.26      13.60          54%

***********************************************************************

THE FOLLOWING ARE THE DRIEST 3 CONSECUTIVE WET SEASONS (JUL 1-JUN 30)
IN DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES SINCE RECORDS BEGAN IN 1877...THE TOTAL RAIN
DURING THOSE THREE SEASONS (IN INCHES)...THE RAINFALL DEFICIT DURING
THAT PERIOD...AND THE PERCENTAGE OF NORMAL RAINFALL FOR A THREE YEAR
PERIOD (BASED ON 1981-2010 NORMALS). NORMAL RAINFALL FOR THREE SEASONS
IS 44.79 INCHES.

                                          3 SEASON
                                TOTAL     RAINFALL    % OF NORMAL
                                RAIN      DEFICIT      RAIN FOR
      RANK        SEASONS     (INCHES)    (INCHES)    TWO SEASONS
      ----       ---------    --------    --------    -----------

       1.        1958-1961      18.61      26.18          42%

       2.        1897-1900      20.56      24.23          46%

       3.        2011-2014      20.62      24.16          46%

       4.        1922-1925      24.20      20.59          54%

       5.        1947-1950      25.81      18.98          58%

       6.        2006-2009      25.82      18.97          58%

       7.        1948-1951      26.80      17.99          60%

       8.        1988-1991      26.90      17.89          60%

       9.        1969-1972      27.26      17.53          61%

      10.        1946-1949      27.82      16.97          62%


***********************************************************************

*****DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES CLIMATE SUMMARY FOR THE 2013-2014 SEASON*****

TEMPERATURE AND PRECIPITATION NORMALS ARE TAKEN FROM THE 30-YEAR NORMALS
FROM THE 1981-2010 PERIOD. PRECIPITATION IN INCHES.

                            TEMP
           TEMPERATURES    EXTREMES    PRECIPITATION
          ---------------------------------------------------
          AVG   AVG   AVG           ACTUAL   NORMAL  % NORMAL
          MAX   MIN

2013

JULY      80.8  64.0  72.4   92/61   0.09    0.01   900 %
   NORMAL 83.1  63.6  73.3

AUGUST    81.8  63.2  72.5   96/58   0.00    0.04     0 %
   NORMAL 84.4  64.1  74.3

SEPTEMBER 83.6  63.5  73.6   95/57   0.00    0.24     0 %
   NORMAL 83.1  63.1  73.1

OCTOBER   77.2  57.1  67.1   93/51   0.06    0.66     9 %
   NORMAL 78.5  58.7  68.6

NOVEMBER  74.5  54.3  64.4   92/48   0.62    1.04    60 %
   NORMAL 72.8  52.0  62.4

DECEMBER  70.8  46.9  58.9   85/39   0.20    2.33     9 %
   NORMAL 67.7  47.5  57.6

2014

JANUARY   74.4  50.1  62.3   85/44     T     3.12     0 %
   NORMAL 68.2  47.8  58.0

FEBRUARY  70.5  52.0  61.2   82/46   3.58    3.80    94 %
   NORMAL 68.6  49.3  58.9

MARCH     72.5  54.9  63.7   90/51   1.18    2.43    49 %
   NORMAL 70.2  51.0  60.6

APRIL     74.6  55.3  64.9   92/49   0.35    0.91    38 %
   NORMAL 72.7  53.5  63.1

MAY       80.0  60.9  70.5  102/56   0.00    0.26     0 %
   NORMAL 74.5  57.1  65.8

JUNE      76.7  61.1  68.9   81/58   0.00    0.09     0 %
   NORMAL 78.1  60.3  69.2


SEASON    76.5  56.9  66.7  102/39   6.08   14.93    41 %
   NORMAL 75.2  55.7  65.4

------------------------------------------------------------------

* WEATHER RECORDS HAVE BEEN KEPT FOR DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES SINCE JULY
1877.

$$

BRUNO/SIRARD


















000
NOUS46 KLOX 160248
PNSLOX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOS ANGELES/OXNARD CA
530 PM PDT TUE JUL 1 2014

...ONE OF THE DRIEST RAIN SEASONS ON RECORD ACROSS SOUTHWESTERN
   CALIFORNIA...

...DRIEST BACK TO BACK RAIN SEASONS EVER IN DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES...

WITH JUST 6.08 INCHES OF RAIN...THIS RAIN SEASON (JULY 1ST 2013
THROUGH JUNE 30TH 2014) WAS THE 7TH DRIEST EVER IN DOWNTOWN LOS
ANGELES SINCE RECORDS BEGAN IN 1877. ON THE HEELS OF THE 6TH DRIEST
SEASON...THE 2012-2013 SEASON...DURING WHICH JUST 5.85 INCHES OF
RAIN WAS RECORDED...THE COMBINED RAINFALL FOR THE LAST 2 SEASONS WAS
JUST 11.93 INCHES. THAT IS THE LEAST TOTAL RAIN EVER RECORDED IN
BACK TO BACK SEASONS IN DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES. THE PREVIOUS DRIEST
BACK TO BACK RAIN SEASONS WERE 1897-1898 AND 1898-1899 DURING
WHICH 12.45 INCHES OF RAIN WAS RECORDED.

THE RAINFALL DEFICIT IN DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES FOR THE PAST TWO
SEASONS IS 17.93 INCHES. IN OTHER WORDS...RAINFALL FOR THE
PAST TWO SEASONS COMBINED WAS NEARLY A FOOT AND A HALF BELOW
NORMAL. PERCENT OF NORMAL RAINFALL FOR THE BACK TO BACK SEASONS
WAS JUST 40 PERCENT.

THIS WAS THE THIRD CONSECUTIVE RAINY SEASON DURING WHICH LESS
THAN 10 INCHES OF RAIN WAS RECORDED. THIS WAS ONLY THE 4TH SUCH
STRETCH SINCE 1877. THE OTHER THREE STRETCHES WERE JULY 1ST
1897 TO JUNE 30TH 1900...JULY 1ST 1922 TO JUNE 30TH 1925...AND
JULY 1ST 1958 THROUGH JUNE 30TH 1961.

WITH JUST 20.62 INCHES OF RAIN SINCE THE BEGINNING OF THE
2011-2012 RAINY SEASON...THIS WAS THE 3RD DRIEST STRETCH OF THREE
CONSECUTIVE RAINY SEASONS SINCE RECORDS BEGAN IN 1877...JUST
0.06 INCHES FROM TYING FOR SECOND PLACE. ONLY THE SEASONS FROM
1958-1961 AND 1897-1900 RECEIVED LESS TOTAL RAIN...WITH JUST
18.61 INCHES AND 20.56 INCHES RAIN RESPECTIVELY.

DURING THE PAST THREE SEASONS (2011-2014)...THE RAINFALL DEFICIT
IS 24.16 INCHES...WHICH MEANS THAT RAINFALL SINCE THE BEGINNING
OF THE 2011-2012 SEASON IS JUST OVER 2 FEET BELOW NORMAL. FOR THAT
RELATIVELY LONG PERIOD OF 3 YEARS...PERCENTAGE OF NORMAL RAINFALL
HAS BEEN JUST 45%...INDICATIVE OF JUST HOW PERSISTENT THIS DRY
STRETCH HAS BEEN.

SINCE 2001...FOUR OF THE SEVEN DRIEST RAINY SEASONS HAVE BEEN
RECORDED IN DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES...INCLUDING THE DRIEST (2006-2007)
DURING WHICH 3.21 INCHES OF RAIN WAS MEASURED...THE 2ND DRIEST
(2001-2002) WHEN 4.42 INCHES OF RAIN WAS MEASURED...THE 6TH DRIEST
(2012-2013) WITH 5.85 INCHES...AND THE 2013-2014 SEASON...DURING
WHICH 6.08 INCHES OF RAIN FELL.

***********************************************************************

THE FOLLOWING IS A TABLE OF TOTAL RAINFALL FOR THE RAIN SEASON FROM
JULY 1ST 2013 THROUGH JUNE 30TH 2014...NORMAL RAINFALL FOR THE
SEASON (USING THE 1981-2010 NORMALS PERIOD)...PERCENT OF NORMAL
SEASONAL RAIN...RAINFALL TOTAL FOR THE DRIEST SEASON AT THAT
LOCATION...AND THE RANK OF THIS SEASON FOR SOME SELECTED LOCATIONS
IN SOUTHWESTERN CALIFORNIA.

                  TOTAL RAIN   NORMAL    % OF      DRIEST         RANK
                  7/1/13 TO     RAIN    NORMAL     SEASON         THIS
                   6/30/14    7/1-6/30              EVER         SEASON
                  ----------  --------  ------  -------------  -----------

L.A. DOWNTOWN        6.08      14.93     41%    3.21 (2006-07)  7TH DRIEST
L.A. AP              4.45      12.82     35%    2.63 (2006-07)  4TH DRIEST
LONG BEACH AP        4.50      12.26     37%    2.10 (2006-07)  5TH DRIEST
UCLA                 6.05      18.63     32%    3.06 (2006-07)  3RD DRIEST
BURBANK AP           5.55      17.31     32%    2.44 (2006-07)  4TH DRIEST
VAN NUYS AP+         6.35      13.02     49%    2.67 (2001-02)  4TH DRIEST
WOODLAND HILLS       5.58      17.53     32%    4.04 (2006-07)  3RD DRIEST
LANCASTER AP         3.93       7.38     53%    1.26 (2012-13) 11TH DRIEST
SANDBERG             4.41      12.33     36%    2.60 (2001-02)  8TH DRIEST

CAMARILLO AP         5.01      15.22     33%    3.14 (2006-07)  4TH DRIEST
OXNARD NWS           5.87      15.62     38%    4.63 (1989-90)  5TH DRIEST
OJAI                 9.50      21.26     45%    6.87 (2006-07)  9TH DRIEST

SANTA BARBARA AP     6.56      17.76     37%    5.76 (1989-90)  2ND DRIEST
SANTA MARIA AP       4.51      13.95     32%    4.25 (1971-72)  2ND DRIEST
JUNCAL DAM           8.39      31.27     27%    8.66 (2006-07)    DRIEST
CACHUMA LAKE         9.98      22.09     45%    7.24 (2006-07)  7TH DRIEST

SAN LUIS OBISPO AP+  5.89      19.01     31%    5.86 (2001-02)  2ND DRIEST
PASO ROBLES AP       4.92      12.78     38%    3.92 (2006-07)  4TH DRIEST

+ PERIOD OF RECORD IS LESS THAN 30 YEARS---NORMALS NOT OFFICIAL

***********************************************************************

THE FOLLOWING ARE THE 10 DRIEST RAINY SEASONS (JUL 1-JUN 30) IN DOWNTOWN
LOS ANGELES SINCE RECORDS BEGAN IN 1877...THE TOTAL RAIN DURING THAT
SEASON (IN INCHES) AND THE PERCENTAGE OF NORMAL RAINFALL FOR THE
SEASON (BASED ON 1981-2010 NORMALS). NORMAL RAINFALL FOR THE
SEASON IN DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES IS 14.93 INCHES.

                                TOTAL     RAINFALL    % OF NORMAL
                                RAIN     DEPARTURE     RAIN FOR
      RANK         SEASON     (INCHES)    (INCHES)    TWO SEASONS
      ----       ---------    --------    --------    -----------

       1.        2006-2007      3.21       11.72          40%

       2.        2001-2002      4.42       10.51          42%

       3.        1960-1961      4.85       10.08          44%

       4.        1958-1959      5.58        9.35          45%

       5.        1898-1899      5.59        9.34          46%

       6.        2012-2013      5.85        9.08          49%

       7.        2013-2014      6.08        8.85          49%

       8.        1923-1924      6.67        8.26          51%

       9.        1893-1894      6.73        8.20          52%

      10.        1897-1898      7.06        7.87          54%

***********************************************************************

THE FOLLOWING ARE THE 10 DRIEST BACK TO BACK RAINY SEASONS (JUL 1-JUN 30)
IN DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES SINCE RECORDS BEGAN IN 1877...THE TOTAL RAIN
DURING THOSE SEASONS (IN INCHES)...THE RAINFALL DEFICIT DURING THAT
PERIOD...AND THE PERCENTAGE OF NORMAL RAINFALL FOR A TWO YEAR PERIOD
(BASED ON 1981-2010 NORMALS). NORMAL RAINFALL FOR TWO SEASONS
IS 29.86 INCHES.

                                          2 SEASON
                                TOTAL     RAINFALL    % OF NORMAL
                                RAIN      DEFICIT      RAIN FOR
      RANK        SEASONS     (INCHES)    (INCHES)    TWO SEASONS
      ----       ---------    --------    --------    -----------

       1.        2012-2014      11.93      17.93          40%

       2.        1897-1899      12.65      17.21          42%

       3.        1959-1961      13.03      16.83          44%

       4.        1898-1900      13.50      16.36          45%

       5.        1958-1960      13.76      16.10          46%

       6.        2011-2013      14.54      15.32          49%

       7.        1923-1925      14.61      15.25          49%

       8.        1947-1949      15.21      14.65          51%

       9.        1988-1990      15.43      14.43          52%

      10.        1922-1924      16.26      13.60          54%

***********************************************************************

THE FOLLOWING ARE THE DRIEST 3 CONSECUTIVE WET SEASONS (JUL 1-JUN 30)
IN DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES SINCE RECORDS BEGAN IN 1877...THE TOTAL RAIN
DURING THOSE THREE SEASONS (IN INCHES)...THE RAINFALL DEFICIT DURING
THAT PERIOD...AND THE PERCENTAGE OF NORMAL RAINFALL FOR A THREE YEAR
PERIOD (BASED ON 1981-2010 NORMALS). NORMAL RAINFALL FOR THREE SEASONS
IS 44.79 INCHES.

                                          3 SEASON
                                TOTAL     RAINFALL    % OF NORMAL
                                RAIN      DEFICIT      RAIN FOR
      RANK        SEASONS     (INCHES)    (INCHES)    TWO SEASONS
      ----       ---------    --------    --------    -----------

       1.        1958-1961      18.61      26.18          42%

       2.        1897-1900      20.56      24.23          46%

       3.        2011-2014      20.62      24.16          46%

       4.        1922-1925      24.20      20.59          54%

       5.        1947-1950      25.81      18.98          58%

       6.        2006-2009      25.82      18.97          58%

       7.        1948-1951      26.80      17.99          60%

       8.        1988-1991      26.90      17.89          60%

       9.        1969-1972      27.26      17.53          61%

      10.        1946-1949      27.82      16.97          62%


***********************************************************************

*****DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES CLIMATE SUMMARY FOR THE 2013-2014 SEASON*****

TEMPERATURE AND PRECIPITATION NORMALS ARE TAKEN FROM THE 30-YEAR NORMALS
FROM THE 1981-2010 PERIOD. PRECIPITATION IN INCHES.

                            TEMP
           TEMPERATURES    EXTREMES    PRECIPITATION
          ---------------------------------------------------
          AVG   AVG   AVG           ACTUAL   NORMAL  % NORMAL
          MAX   MIN

2013

JULY      80.8  64.0  72.4   92/61   0.09    0.01   900 %
   NORMAL 83.1  63.6  73.3

AUGUST    81.8  63.2  72.5   96/58   0.00    0.04     0 %
   NORMAL 84.4  64.1  74.3

SEPTEMBER 83.6  63.5  73.6   95/57   0.00    0.24     0 %
   NORMAL 83.1  63.1  73.1

OCTOBER   77.2  57.1  67.1   93/51   0.06    0.66     9 %
   NORMAL 78.5  58.7  68.6

NOVEMBER  74.5  54.3  64.4   92/48   0.62    1.04    60 %
   NORMAL 72.8  52.0  62.4

DECEMBER  70.8  46.9  58.9   85/39   0.20    2.33     9 %
   NORMAL 67.7  47.5  57.6

2014

JANUARY   74.4  50.1  62.3   85/44     T     3.12     0 %
   NORMAL 68.2  47.8  58.0

FEBRUARY  70.5  52.0  61.2   82/46   3.58    3.80    94 %
   NORMAL 68.6  49.3  58.9

MARCH     72.5  54.9  63.7   90/51   1.18    2.43    49 %
   NORMAL 70.2  51.0  60.6

APRIL     74.6  55.3  64.9   92/49   0.35    0.91    38 %
   NORMAL 72.7  53.5  63.1

MAY       80.0  60.9  70.5  102/56   0.00    0.26     0 %
   NORMAL 74.5  57.1  65.8

JUNE      76.7  61.1  68.9   81/58   0.00    0.09     0 %
   NORMAL 78.1  60.3  69.2


SEASON    76.5  56.9  66.7  102/39   6.08   14.93    41 %
   NORMAL 75.2  55.7  65.4

------------------------------------------------------------------

* WEATHER RECORDS HAVE BEEN KEPT FOR DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES SINCE JULY
1877.

$$

BRUNO/SIRARD



















000
NOUS45 KGJT 160154
PNSGJT

NOUS45 KGJT DDHHMM
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
753 PM MDT TUE JUL 15 2014

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


WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH 24 HOUR STATIONS:

RIFLE,                                   0.15.


OFFICIAL CLIMATE STATIONS OF EASTERN UTAH:

BLUFF,                                   0.17.


UNOFFICIAL STATIONS:

VALLEY OF GODS,                          0.29.


$$



000
NOUS45 KGJT 160154
PNSGJT

NOUS45 KGJT DDHHMM
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
753 PM MDT TUE JUL 15 2014

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


WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH 24 HOUR STATIONS:

RIFLE,                                   0.15.


OFFICIAL CLIMATE STATIONS OF EASTERN UTAH:

BLUFF,                                   0.17.


UNOFFICIAL STATIONS:

VALLEY OF GODS,                          0.29.


$$


000
NOUS45 KSLC 160138 AAB
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
733 PM MDT TUE JUL 15 2014

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS RAINFALL AND PEAK WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 700 PM.

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

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      7 PM TUE     1.02
MANTI - PORTABLE #4 - 8421 FT            6 PM TUE     0.08

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
PAROWAN 10NW - 5820 FT                   7 PM TUE     0.52
PAROWAN - 5770 FT                        7 PM TUE     0.09
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        5 PM TUE     0.05

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    6 PM TUE     0.28

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    7 PM TUE     0.10
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          4 PM TUE     0.02

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      7 PM TUE     1.25
GREENVILLE BENCH PORTABLE - 6200 FT      7 PM TUE     1.16
LOA - 7096 FT                            7 PM TUE     1.04
TOM BEST SPRING - 7718 FT                7 PM TUE     1.00
ASSAY - 8100 FT                          7 PM TUE     0.83
FISHLAKE D2 PT #2 - 7100 FT              7 PM TUE     0.53
BRYCE CANYON AIRPORT - 7585 FT           7 PM TUE     0.26
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              6 PM TUE     0.22
JUNCTION - 6020 FT                       7 PM TUE     0.21
BUCK FLAT - 8000 FT                      7 PM TUE     0.20
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 6 PM TUE     0.14
TORREY - 6857 FT                         6 PM TUE     0.13
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              7 PM TUE     0.10
BRYCE CANYON - 7855 FT                   7 PM TUE     0.06
AGUA CANYON - 8890 FT                    5 PM TUE     0.03

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

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT               7 PM TUE     48 MPH
SR-30 AT CURLEW - 4766 FT                5 PM TUE     41 MPH
WEST SALT FLATS - 4237 FT                7 PM TUE     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OGDEN PEAK - 9570 FT                     5 PM TUE     44 MPH
SR-16 @ MP1 - 6533 FT                    2 PM TUE     41 MPH

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      3 PM TUE     76 MPH
PORTABLE RWIS 4 - 9805 FT                5 PM TUE     42 MPH

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
GHOST ROCKS - 7080 FT                    4 PM TUE     43 MPH

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
I-15 AT SEVIER RIVER NB - 4941 FT        6 PM TUE     46 MPH
RICHFIELD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5299 FT    5 PM TUE     44 MPH
MONROE - 5322 FT                         6 PM TUE     43 MPH

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
DELTA - 4613 FT                          6 PM TUE     48 MPH

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
CEDAR CITY MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5627 FT   6 PM TUE     47 MPH
CEDAR CITY 3W - 5529 FT                  7 PM TUE     41 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    7 PM TUE     56 MPH
DOG VALLEY - 6180 FT                     6 PM TUE     53 MPH
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     5 PM TUE     53 MPH
FREMONT JUNCTION - 6801 FT               3 PM TUE     44 MPH
I-15 AT SCIPIO SUMMIT - 5960 FT          6 PM TUE     42 MPH
HORSE HOLLOW - 6010 FT                   6 PM TUE     41 MPH

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
PORTABLE TRAFFIC 2 - 6210 FT             5 PM TUE     43 MPH
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              5 PM TUE     40 MPH

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
CHURCH BUTTE - 6743 FT                   2 PM TUE     43 MPH

$$



000
NOUS45 KSLC 160138 AAB
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
733 PM MDT TUE JUL 15 2014

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS RAINFALL AND PEAK WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 700 PM.

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

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      7 PM TUE     1.02
MANTI - PORTABLE #4 - 8421 FT            6 PM TUE     0.08

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
PAROWAN 10NW - 5820 FT                   7 PM TUE     0.52
PAROWAN - 5770 FT                        7 PM TUE     0.09
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        5 PM TUE     0.05

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    6 PM TUE     0.28

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    7 PM TUE     0.10
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          4 PM TUE     0.02

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      7 PM TUE     1.25
GREENVILLE BENCH PORTABLE - 6200 FT      7 PM TUE     1.16
LOA - 7096 FT                            7 PM TUE     1.04
TOM BEST SPRING - 7718 FT                7 PM TUE     1.00
ASSAY - 8100 FT                          7 PM TUE     0.83
FISHLAKE D2 PT #2 - 7100 FT              7 PM TUE     0.53
BRYCE CANYON AIRPORT - 7585 FT           7 PM TUE     0.26
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              6 PM TUE     0.22
JUNCTION - 6020 FT                       7 PM TUE     0.21
BUCK FLAT - 8000 FT                      7 PM TUE     0.20
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 6 PM TUE     0.14
TORREY - 6857 FT                         6 PM TUE     0.13
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              7 PM TUE     0.10
BRYCE CANYON - 7855 FT                   7 PM TUE     0.06
AGUA CANYON - 8890 FT                    5 PM TUE     0.03

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

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT               7 PM TUE     48 MPH
SR-30 AT CURLEW - 4766 FT                5 PM TUE     41 MPH
WEST SALT FLATS - 4237 FT                7 PM TUE     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OGDEN PEAK - 9570 FT                     5 PM TUE     44 MPH
SR-16 @ MP1 - 6533 FT                    2 PM TUE     41 MPH

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      3 PM TUE     76 MPH
PORTABLE RWIS 4 - 9805 FT                5 PM TUE     42 MPH

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
GHOST ROCKS - 7080 FT                    4 PM TUE     43 MPH

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
I-15 AT SEVIER RIVER NB - 4941 FT        6 PM TUE     46 MPH
RICHFIELD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5299 FT    5 PM TUE     44 MPH
MONROE - 5322 FT                         6 PM TUE     43 MPH

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
DELTA - 4613 FT                          6 PM TUE     48 MPH

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
CEDAR CITY MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5627 FT   6 PM TUE     47 MPH
CEDAR CITY 3W - 5529 FT                  7 PM TUE     41 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    7 PM TUE     56 MPH
DOG VALLEY - 6180 FT                     6 PM TUE     53 MPH
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     5 PM TUE     53 MPH
FREMONT JUNCTION - 6801 FT               3 PM TUE     44 MPH
I-15 AT SCIPIO SUMMIT - 5960 FT          6 PM TUE     42 MPH
HORSE HOLLOW - 6010 FT                   6 PM TUE     41 MPH

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
PORTABLE TRAFFIC 2 - 6210 FT             5 PM TUE     43 MPH
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              5 PM TUE     40 MPH

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
CHURCH BUTTE - 6743 FT                   2 PM TUE     43 MPH

$$



000
NOUS45 KSLC 160138 AAB
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
733 PM MDT TUE JUL 15 2014

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS RAINFALL AND PEAK WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 700 PM.

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

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      7 PM TUE     1.02
MANTI - PORTABLE #4 - 8421 FT            6 PM TUE     0.08

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
PAROWAN 10NW - 5820 FT                   7 PM TUE     0.52
PAROWAN - 5770 FT                        7 PM TUE     0.09
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        5 PM TUE     0.05

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    6 PM TUE     0.28

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    7 PM TUE     0.10
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          4 PM TUE     0.02

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      7 PM TUE     1.25
GREENVILLE BENCH PORTABLE - 6200 FT      7 PM TUE     1.16
LOA - 7096 FT                            7 PM TUE     1.04
TOM BEST SPRING - 7718 FT                7 PM TUE     1.00
ASSAY - 8100 FT                          7 PM TUE     0.83
FISHLAKE D2 PT #2 - 7100 FT              7 PM TUE     0.53
BRYCE CANYON AIRPORT - 7585 FT           7 PM TUE     0.26
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              6 PM TUE     0.22
JUNCTION - 6020 FT                       7 PM TUE     0.21
BUCK FLAT - 8000 FT                      7 PM TUE     0.20
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 6 PM TUE     0.14
TORREY - 6857 FT                         6 PM TUE     0.13
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              7 PM TUE     0.10
BRYCE CANYON - 7855 FT                   7 PM TUE     0.06
AGUA CANYON - 8890 FT                    5 PM TUE     0.03

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

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT               7 PM TUE     48 MPH
SR-30 AT CURLEW - 4766 FT                5 PM TUE     41 MPH
WEST SALT FLATS - 4237 FT                7 PM TUE     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OGDEN PEAK - 9570 FT                     5 PM TUE     44 MPH
SR-16 @ MP1 - 6533 FT                    2 PM TUE     41 MPH

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      3 PM TUE     76 MPH
PORTABLE RWIS 4 - 9805 FT                5 PM TUE     42 MPH

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
GHOST ROCKS - 7080 FT                    4 PM TUE     43 MPH

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
I-15 AT SEVIER RIVER NB - 4941 FT        6 PM TUE     46 MPH
RICHFIELD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5299 FT    5 PM TUE     44 MPH
MONROE - 5322 FT                         6 PM TUE     43 MPH

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
DELTA - 4613 FT                          6 PM TUE     48 MPH

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
CEDAR CITY MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5627 FT   6 PM TUE     47 MPH
CEDAR CITY 3W - 5529 FT                  7 PM TUE     41 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    7 PM TUE     56 MPH
DOG VALLEY - 6180 FT                     6 PM TUE     53 MPH
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     5 PM TUE     53 MPH
FREMONT JUNCTION - 6801 FT               3 PM TUE     44 MPH
I-15 AT SCIPIO SUMMIT - 5960 FT          6 PM TUE     42 MPH
HORSE HOLLOW - 6010 FT                   6 PM TUE     41 MPH

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
PORTABLE TRAFFIC 2 - 6210 FT             5 PM TUE     43 MPH
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              5 PM TUE     40 MPH

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
CHURCH BUTTE - 6743 FT                   2 PM TUE     43 MPH

$$



000
NOUS45 KSLC 160138 AAB
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
733 PM MDT TUE JUL 15 2014

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS RAINFALL AND PEAK WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 700 PM.

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

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      7 PM TUE     1.02
MANTI - PORTABLE #4 - 8421 FT            6 PM TUE     0.08

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
PAROWAN 10NW - 5820 FT                   7 PM TUE     0.52
PAROWAN - 5770 FT                        7 PM TUE     0.09
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        5 PM TUE     0.05

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    6 PM TUE     0.28

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    7 PM TUE     0.10
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          4 PM TUE     0.02

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      7 PM TUE     1.25
GREENVILLE BENCH PORTABLE - 6200 FT      7 PM TUE     1.16
LOA - 7096 FT                            7 PM TUE     1.04
TOM BEST SPRING - 7718 FT                7 PM TUE     1.00
ASSAY - 8100 FT                          7 PM TUE     0.83
FISHLAKE D2 PT #2 - 7100 FT              7 PM TUE     0.53
BRYCE CANYON AIRPORT - 7585 FT           7 PM TUE     0.26
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              6 PM TUE     0.22
JUNCTION - 6020 FT                       7 PM TUE     0.21
BUCK FLAT - 8000 FT                      7 PM TUE     0.20
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 6 PM TUE     0.14
TORREY - 6857 FT                         6 PM TUE     0.13
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              7 PM TUE     0.10
BRYCE CANYON - 7855 FT                   7 PM TUE     0.06
AGUA CANYON - 8890 FT                    5 PM TUE     0.03

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

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT               7 PM TUE     48 MPH
SR-30 AT CURLEW - 4766 FT                5 PM TUE     41 MPH
WEST SALT FLATS - 4237 FT                7 PM TUE     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OGDEN PEAK - 9570 FT                     5 PM TUE     44 MPH
SR-16 @ MP1 - 6533 FT                    2 PM TUE     41 MPH

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      3 PM TUE     76 MPH
PORTABLE RWIS 4 - 9805 FT                5 PM TUE     42 MPH

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
GHOST ROCKS - 7080 FT                    4 PM TUE     43 MPH

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
I-15 AT SEVIER RIVER NB - 4941 FT        6 PM TUE     46 MPH
RICHFIELD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5299 FT    5 PM TUE     44 MPH
MONROE - 5322 FT                         6 PM TUE     43 MPH

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
DELTA - 4613 FT                          6 PM TUE     48 MPH

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
CEDAR CITY MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5627 FT   6 PM TUE     47 MPH
CEDAR CITY 3W - 5529 FT                  7 PM TUE     41 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    7 PM TUE     56 MPH
DOG VALLEY - 6180 FT                     6 PM TUE     53 MPH
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     5 PM TUE     53 MPH
FREMONT JUNCTION - 6801 FT               3 PM TUE     44 MPH
I-15 AT SCIPIO SUMMIT - 5960 FT          6 PM TUE     42 MPH
HORSE HOLLOW - 6010 FT                   6 PM TUE     41 MPH

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
PORTABLE TRAFFIC 2 - 6210 FT             5 PM TUE     43 MPH
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              5 PM TUE     40 MPH

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
CHURCH BUTTE - 6743 FT                   2 PM TUE     43 MPH

$$



000
NOUS45 KSLC 160034 AAA
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
632 PM MDT TUE JUL 15 2014

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS RAINFALL AND PEAK WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 600 PM.

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

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       5 PM TUE     0.16
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 4 PM TUE     0.05
WEST FORK BLACKSMITHS FORK - 9620 FT     4 PM TUE     0.04

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      6 PM TUE     1.02
MANTI - PORTABLE #4 - 8421 FT            5 PM TUE     0.05

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
PAROWAN 10NW - 5820 FT                   6 PM TUE     0.41
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        5 PM TUE     0.05

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    5 PM TUE     0.28

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    6 PM TUE     0.10
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          4 PM TUE     0.02

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      6 PM TUE     1.25
GREENVILLE BENCH PORTABLE - 6200 FT      6 PM TUE     1.11
LOA - 7096 FT                            6 PM TUE     0.97
TOM BEST SPRING - 7718 FT                6 PM TUE     0.91
ASSAY - 8100 FT                          6 PM TUE     0.83
FISHLAKE D2 PT #2 - 7100 FT              6 PM TUE     0.49
BRYCE CANYON AIRPORT - 7585 FT           6 PM TUE     0.23
JUNCTION - 6020 FT                       6 PM TUE     0.21
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              5 PM TUE     0.20
BUCK FLAT - 8000 FT                      6 PM TUE     0.17
TORREY - 6857 FT                         6 PM TUE     0.13
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              6 PM TUE     0.09
BRYCE CANYON - 7855 FT                   6 PM TUE     0.06
AGUA CANYON - 8890 FT                    5 PM TUE     0.03


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

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
SR-30 AT CURLEW - 4766 FT                5 PM TUE     41 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OGDEN PEAK - 9570 FT                     5 PM TUE     44 MPH
SR-16 @ MP1 - 6533 FT                    2 PM TUE     41 MPH

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      3 PM TUE     76 MPH
PORTABLE RWIS 4 - 9805 FT                5 PM TUE     42 MPH

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
GHOST ROCKS - 7080 FT                    4 PM TUE     43 MPH

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
RICHFIELD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5299 FT    5 PM TUE     44 MPH
MONROE - 5322 FT                         6 PM TUE     43 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    6 PM TUE     55 MPH
DOG VALLEY - 6180 FT                     6 PM TUE     53 MPH
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     5 PM TUE     53 MPH
FREMONT JUNCTION - 6801 FT               3 PM TUE     44 MPH

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
PORTABLE TRAFFIC 2 - 6210 FT             5 PM TUE     43 MPH
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              5 PM TUE     40 MPH

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
CHURCH BUTTE - 6743 FT                   2 PM TUE     43 MPH

$$



000
NOUS45 KSLC 160034 AAA
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
632 PM MDT TUE JUL 15 2014

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS RAINFALL AND PEAK WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 600 PM.

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

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       5 PM TUE     0.16
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 4 PM TUE     0.05
WEST FORK BLACKSMITHS FORK - 9620 FT     4 PM TUE     0.04

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      6 PM TUE     1.02
MANTI - PORTABLE #4 - 8421 FT            5 PM TUE     0.05

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
PAROWAN 10NW - 5820 FT                   6 PM TUE     0.41
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        5 PM TUE     0.05

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    5 PM TUE     0.28

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    6 PM TUE     0.10
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          4 PM TUE     0.02

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      6 PM TUE     1.25
GREENVILLE BENCH PORTABLE - 6200 FT      6 PM TUE     1.11
LOA - 7096 FT                            6 PM TUE     0.97
TOM BEST SPRING - 7718 FT                6 PM TUE     0.91
ASSAY - 8100 FT                          6 PM TUE     0.83
FISHLAKE D2 PT #2 - 7100 FT              6 PM TUE     0.49
BRYCE CANYON AIRPORT - 7585 FT           6 PM TUE     0.23
JUNCTION - 6020 FT                       6 PM TUE     0.21
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              5 PM TUE     0.20
BUCK FLAT - 8000 FT                      6 PM TUE     0.17
TORREY - 6857 FT                         6 PM TUE     0.13
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              6 PM TUE     0.09
BRYCE CANYON - 7855 FT                   6 PM TUE     0.06
AGUA CANYON - 8890 FT                    5 PM TUE     0.03


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

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
SR-30 AT CURLEW - 4766 FT                5 PM TUE     41 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OGDEN PEAK - 9570 FT                     5 PM TUE     44 MPH
SR-16 @ MP1 - 6533 FT                    2 PM TUE     41 MPH

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      3 PM TUE     76 MPH
PORTABLE RWIS 4 - 9805 FT                5 PM TUE     42 MPH

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
GHOST ROCKS - 7080 FT                    4 PM TUE     43 MPH

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
RICHFIELD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5299 FT    5 PM TUE     44 MPH
MONROE - 5322 FT                         6 PM TUE     43 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    6 PM TUE     55 MPH
DOG VALLEY - 6180 FT                     6 PM TUE     53 MPH
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     5 PM TUE     53 MPH
FREMONT JUNCTION - 6801 FT               3 PM TUE     44 MPH

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
PORTABLE TRAFFIC 2 - 6210 FT             5 PM TUE     43 MPH
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              5 PM TUE     40 MPH

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
CHURCH BUTTE - 6743 FT                   2 PM TUE     43 MPH

$$


000
NOUS45 KPSR 160011
PNSPSR

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PHOENIX AZ
500 PM MST TUE JUL 15 2014

...PHOENIX AND SURROUNDING AREAS RAINFALL REPORTS...

                                                      RAINFALL (IN)
LOCATION                                              1 HR     24 HR
10TH ST. WASH BASIN #1         PHOENIX                0.00      0.87
ACDC @ 36TH ST.                PARADISE VALLEY        0.04      0.59
APACHE JUNCTION FRS            APACHE JUNCTION        0.00      0.12
APACHE TRAIL                   APACHE JUNCTION        0.00      0.20
AZTEC PARK                     SCOTTSDALE             0.04      0.91
BERNEIL WASH                   PARADISE VALLEY        0.04      0.04
CAMP CREEK                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      1.89
CAREFREE RANCH                 SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.16
CAVE BUTTES DAM                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
CAVE CR.@ SPUR CROSS           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.91
CENTENNIAL RAILROAD            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.24
CESAR CHAVEZ PARK              PHOENIX                0.00      0.24
CLINE CREEK                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
CLOUDBURST WASH                FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.04      1.06
CROWN KING                     YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      1.18
DESERT HILLS WASH              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
DREAMY DRAW DAM                PHOENIX                0.00      0.43
DURANGO COMPLEX                PHOENIX                0.00      0.08
EFCC NR 7TH AVE.               PHOENIX                0.00      0.20
FOUNTAIN HILLS FD              FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.28
GARFIAS MTN. RANCH             YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.04      0.79
GILA @ OLBERG                  GILA RIVER IC          0.00      1.42
GOLDEN EAGLE BLVD.             FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.28
GRANITE REEF                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.43
GREENWAY @ 32ND AVE.           PHOENIX                0.00      0.08
HASSY R. @ WAGONER RD.         YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.04
HESPERUS DAM                   FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.98
HESPERUS WASH                  FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.20
HIGHLAND @ 68TH ST.            SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.28
HORNER MTN. RANCH              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      1.10
HORSESHOE LAKE                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
HORSETHIEF BASIN               YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.04
HUMBOLDT MOUNTAIN              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
IBW @ INDIAN BEND RD.          SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.12
IBW @ SHEA BLVD.               PHOENIX                0.04      0.08
KINGS RANCH                    PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.04
LAKE MARGUARITE                SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.12
LAKE PLEASANT                  PEORIA                 0.00      0.12
LAKE PLEASANT NORTH            PEORIA                 0.04      0.08
LAVEEN BASIN                   PHOENIX                0.00      0.12
LOST DOG WASH                  SCOTTSDALE             0.04      0.35
MCDOWELL @ HAWES               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
MCDOWELL @ MERIDIAN            PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.08
MCDOWELL MTN. PARK             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
MCDOWELL MTN. ROAD             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.31
MOBILE                         MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.79
MT. ORD                        GILA COUNTY            0.00      0.12
MT. UNION WX                   YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.16
NEW RIVER MESA                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.51
NORTH HEIGHTS DAM              FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.75
O`BRIEN GULCH                  YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.51
OLD X-CUT @ MCDOWELL           PHOENIX                0.00      0.08
OSBORN @ 64TH ST.              SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.24
PAPAGO PARK                    PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
PARADISE VALLEY CC             PARADISE VALLEY        0.00      0.12
PHOENIX BASIN #3               PHOENIX                0.00      1.22
PHOENIX BASIN #7               PHOENIX                0.00      0.79
PHOENIX WEST PARK              PHOENIX                0.00      0.16
PIMA @ UNION HILLS             SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.31
PINNACLE PEAK VISTA            SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.83
PRESCOTT VALLEY                YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      1.30
QUEEN CR @ RITTENHOUSE         MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
RACKENSACK CANYON              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      1.81
SAGUARO LAKE                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.12      1.06
SEVEN SPRINGS WASH             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.67
SOUTH MOUNTAIN FAN             PHOENIX                0.00      0.43
SOUTH MOUNTAIN PARK            PHOENIX                0.00      0.12
SPOOKHILL FRS                  MESA                   0.00      0.24
STANTON                        YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.04
STONERIDGE DAM                 FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.04
SUNRIDGE CANYON DAM            FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.28
THOMAS @ 16TH ST.              PHOENIX                0.04      0.04
THOMAS @ 48TH ST.              PHOENIX                0.00      0.51
THOMPSON PEAK                  SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.31
THUNDER MOUNTAIN               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      1.10
THUNDERBIRD ACADEMY            SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.20
TOWERS MTN.                    YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      2.17
UPPER CLINE CREEK              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.31
USERY PARK WS                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.31
WICKENBURG AIRPORT             WICKENBURG             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 160011
PNSPSR

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PHOENIX AZ
500 PM MST TUE JUL 15 2014

...PHOENIX AND SURROUNDING AREAS RAINFALL REPORTS...

                                                      RAINFALL (IN)
LOCATION                                              1 HR     24 HR
10TH ST. WASH BASIN #1         PHOENIX                0.00      0.87
ACDC @ 36TH ST.                PARADISE VALLEY        0.04      0.59
APACHE JUNCTION FRS            APACHE JUNCTION        0.00      0.12
APACHE TRAIL                   APACHE JUNCTION        0.00      0.20
AZTEC PARK                     SCOTTSDALE             0.04      0.91
BERNEIL WASH                   PARADISE VALLEY        0.04      0.04
CAMP CREEK                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      1.89
CAREFREE RANCH                 SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.16
CAVE BUTTES DAM                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
CAVE CR.@ SPUR CROSS           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.91
CENTENNIAL RAILROAD            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.24
CESAR CHAVEZ PARK              PHOENIX                0.00      0.24
CLINE CREEK                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
CLOUDBURST WASH                FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.04      1.06
CROWN KING                     YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      1.18
DESERT HILLS WASH              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
DREAMY DRAW DAM                PHOENIX                0.00      0.43
DURANGO COMPLEX                PHOENIX                0.00      0.08
EFCC NR 7TH AVE.               PHOENIX                0.00      0.20
FOUNTAIN HILLS FD              FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.28
GARFIAS MTN. RANCH             YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.04      0.79
GILA @ OLBERG                  GILA RIVER IC          0.00      1.42
GOLDEN EAGLE BLVD.             FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.28
GRANITE REEF                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.43
GREENWAY @ 32ND AVE.           PHOENIX                0.00      0.08
HASSY R. @ WAGONER RD.         YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.04
HESPERUS DAM                   FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.98
HESPERUS WASH                  FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.20
HIGHLAND @ 68TH ST.            SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.28
HORNER MTN. RANCH              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      1.10
HORSESHOE LAKE                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
HORSETHIEF BASIN               YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.04
HUMBOLDT MOUNTAIN              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
IBW @ INDIAN BEND RD.          SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.12
IBW @ SHEA BLVD.               PHOENIX                0.04      0.08
KINGS RANCH                    PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.04
LAKE MARGUARITE                SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.12
LAKE PLEASANT                  PEORIA                 0.00      0.12
LAKE PLEASANT NORTH            PEORIA                 0.04      0.08
LAVEEN BASIN                   PHOENIX                0.00      0.12
LOST DOG WASH                  SCOTTSDALE             0.04      0.35
MCDOWELL @ HAWES               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
MCDOWELL @ MERIDIAN            PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.08
MCDOWELL MTN. PARK             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
MCDOWELL MTN. ROAD             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.31
MOBILE                         MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.79
MT. ORD                        GILA COUNTY            0.00      0.12
MT. UNION WX                   YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.16
NEW RIVER MESA                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.51
NORTH HEIGHTS DAM              FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.75
O`BRIEN GULCH                  YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.51
OLD X-CUT @ MCDOWELL           PHOENIX                0.00      0.08
OSBORN @ 64TH ST.              SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.24
PAPAGO PARK                    PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
PARADISE VALLEY CC             PARADISE VALLEY        0.00      0.12
PHOENIX BASIN #3               PHOENIX                0.00      1.22
PHOENIX BASIN #7               PHOENIX                0.00      0.79
PHOENIX WEST PARK              PHOENIX                0.00      0.16
PIMA @ UNION HILLS             SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.31
PINNACLE PEAK VISTA            SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.83
PRESCOTT VALLEY                YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      1.30
QUEEN CR @ RITTENHOUSE         MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
RACKENSACK CANYON              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      1.81
SAGUARO LAKE                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.12      1.06
SEVEN SPRINGS WASH             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.67
SOUTH MOUNTAIN FAN             PHOENIX                0.00      0.43
SOUTH MOUNTAIN PARK            PHOENIX                0.00      0.12
SPOOKHILL FRS                  MESA                   0.00      0.24
STANTON                        YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.04
STONERIDGE DAM                 FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.04
SUNRIDGE CANYON DAM            FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.28
THOMAS @ 16TH ST.              PHOENIX                0.04      0.04
THOMAS @ 48TH ST.              PHOENIX                0.00      0.51
THOMPSON PEAK                  SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.31
THUNDER MOUNTAIN               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      1.10
THUNDERBIRD ACADEMY            SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.20
TOWERS MTN.                    YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      2.17
UPPER CLINE CREEK              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.31
USERY PARK WS                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.31
WICKENBURG AIRPORT             WICKENBURG             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 152319
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
517 PM MDT TUE JUL 15 2014

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS RAINFALL AND PEAK WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 500 PM.

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

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       4 PM TUE     0.14
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 4 PM TUE     0.05
WEST FORK BLACKSMITHS FORK - 9620 FT     4 PM TUE     0.04

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      4 PM TUE     0.96

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        4 PM TUE     0.05

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    4 PM TUE     0.28

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    5 PM TUE     0.09
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          4 PM TUE     0.02

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      5 PM TUE     1.25
LOA - 7096 FT                            4 PM TUE     0.92
TOM BEST SPRING - 7718 FT                4 PM TUE     0.87
ASSAY - 8100 FT                          4 PM TUE     0.83
BRYCE CANYON AIRPORT - 7585 FT           5 PM TUE     0.22
TORREY - 6857 FT                         4 PM TUE     0.13
JUNCTION - 6020 FT                       4 PM TUE     0.12
FISHLAKE D2 PT #2 - 7100 FT              4 PM TUE     0.12
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              4 PM TUE     0.08
BUCK FLAT - 8000 FT                      4 PM TUE     0.07
BRYCE CANYON - 7855 FT                   4 PM TUE     0.04
AGUA CANYON - 8890 FT                    5 PM TUE     0.03

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

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OGDEN PEAK - 9570 FT                     5 PM TUE     42 MPH
SR-16 @ MP1 - 6533 FT                    2 PM TUE     41 MPH

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      3 PM TUE     76 MPH

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
GHOST ROCKS - 7080 FT                    4 PM TUE     43 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    5 PM TUE     49 MPH
FREMONT JUNCTION - 6801 FT               3 PM TUE     44 MPH

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              5 PM TUE     40 MPH

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
CHURCH BUTTE - 6743 FT                   2 PM TUE     43 MPH

$$



000
NOUS45 KSLC 152319
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
517 PM MDT TUE JUL 15 2014

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS RAINFALL AND PEAK WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 500 PM.

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

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       4 PM TUE     0.14
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 4 PM TUE     0.05
WEST FORK BLACKSMITHS FORK - 9620 FT     4 PM TUE     0.04

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      4 PM TUE     0.96

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        4 PM TUE     0.05

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    4 PM TUE     0.28

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    5 PM TUE     0.09
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          4 PM TUE     0.02

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      5 PM TUE     1.25
LOA - 7096 FT                            4 PM TUE     0.92
TOM BEST SPRING - 7718 FT                4 PM TUE     0.87
ASSAY - 8100 FT                          4 PM TUE     0.83
BRYCE CANYON AIRPORT - 7585 FT           5 PM TUE     0.22
TORREY - 6857 FT                         4 PM TUE     0.13
JUNCTION - 6020 FT                       4 PM TUE     0.12
FISHLAKE D2 PT #2 - 7100 FT              4 PM TUE     0.12
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              4 PM TUE     0.08
BUCK FLAT - 8000 FT                      4 PM TUE     0.07
BRYCE CANYON - 7855 FT                   4 PM TUE     0.04
AGUA CANYON - 8890 FT                    5 PM TUE     0.03

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

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OGDEN PEAK - 9570 FT                     5 PM TUE     42 MPH
SR-16 @ MP1 - 6533 FT                    2 PM TUE     41 MPH

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      3 PM TUE     76 MPH

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
GHOST ROCKS - 7080 FT                    4 PM TUE     43 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    5 PM TUE     49 MPH
FREMONT JUNCTION - 6801 FT               3 PM TUE     44 MPH

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              5 PM TUE     40 MPH

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
CHURCH BUTTE - 6743 FT                   2 PM TUE     43 MPH

$$


000
NOUS45 KPUB 152225
PNSPUB

ZCZC DENPNSPUB ALL
TTAA00 KPUB DDHHMM

COZ070-085-086-152324

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
424 PM MDT TUE JUL 15 2014

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 71
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 61
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.02

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 64
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 57
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.01

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 80
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 55
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.00


$$



000
NOUS45 KPUB 152225
PNSPUB

ZCZC DENPNSPUB ALL
TTAA00 KPUB DDHHMM

COZ070-085-086-152324

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
424 PM MDT TUE JUL 15 2014

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 71
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 61
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.02

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 64
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 57
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.01

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 80
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 55
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.00


$$


000
NOUS45 KGJT 152040
PNSGJT

NOUS45 KGJT DDHHMM
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
230 PM MDT TUE JUL 15 2014

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION REPORTS FROM
WESTERN COLORADO, ENDING AROUND 9 AM TUESDAY. RAINFALL AMOUNTS ARE
IN INCHES.


OFFICIAL CLIMATE STATIONS OF WESTERN COLORADO:

8 MILES EAST OF IGNACIO,                 0.26.
MESA VERDE NATIONAL PARK,                0.18.
1 MILE SOUTHWEST OF PAONIA,              0.11.


$$



000
NOUS45 KGJT 152040
PNSGJT

NOUS45 KGJT DDHHMM
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
230 PM MDT TUE JUL 15 2014

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION REPORTS FROM
WESTERN COLORADO, ENDING AROUND 9 AM TUESDAY. RAINFALL AMOUNTS ARE
IN INCHES.


OFFICIAL CLIMATE STATIONS OF WESTERN COLORADO:

8 MILES EAST OF IGNACIO,                 0.26.
MESA VERDE NATIONAL PARK,                0.18.
1 MILE SOUTHWEST OF PAONIA,              0.11.


$$


000
NOUS43 KLMK 151951
PNSLMK

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOUISVILLE KY
350 PM EDT Tue Jul 15 2014

...Damage Report...

Damage Type: Microburst and Straight Line Winds

       Date: Jul 14 2014
 Begin Time: 12:46 PM EDT
   End Time: 12:48 PM EDT

Begin Point: 3.2 miles south southeast of Liberty
  End Point: 4 miles southeast of Liberty

 Wind Speed: 65  - 85  MPH

Path Length: 1.4 miles
 Path Width: 100 yards initially increasing to 325 yards

   Injuries: 0
 Fatalities: 0

Narrative: A microburst began just south of Liberty and produced
significant tree damage along Victory Road and Poplar Springs Road.
There were between 50 and 100 softwood and hardwood trees uprooted
and snapped.

The storm began to produce microburst wind damage along Victory Road
starting off with 50 to 55 mph wind speeds and increasing to 80 to
85 mph wind speeds in a small concentrated area half way down
Victory Road.  This quickly weakened to 45 to 50 mph near a mobile
home and barn near the Poplar Springs Road. One cabin had some roof
damage and trees were generally facing a northeast, north, and
northwest direction with the microburst.

Just east of that point, the storm bowed out and produced straight
line wind damage over a half mile area.  Downed trees were all
facing an easterly direction. One well built home had some gutter
and minor roof damage.

The National Weather Service wants to thank Casey County Emergency
Management and WKU Student Pierce Larkin for their assistance with
our storm damage assessment.

$$

JDG







000
NOUS43 KLMK 151951
PNSLMK

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOUISVILLE KY
350 PM EDT Tue Jul 15 2014

...Damage Report...

Damage Type: Microburst and Straight Line Winds

       Date: Jul 14 2014
 Begin Time: 12:46 PM EDT
   End Time: 12:48 PM EDT

Begin Point: 3.2 miles south southeast of Liberty
  End Point: 4 miles southeast of Liberty

 Wind Speed: 65  - 85  MPH

Path Length: 1.4 miles
 Path Width: 100 yards initially increasing to 325 yards

   Injuries: 0
 Fatalities: 0

Narrative: A microburst began just south of Liberty and produced
significant tree damage along Victory Road and Poplar Springs Road.
There were between 50 and 100 softwood and hardwood trees uprooted
and snapped.

The storm began to produce microburst wind damage along Victory Road
starting off with 50 to 55 mph wind speeds and increasing to 80 to
85 mph wind speeds in a small concentrated area half way down
Victory Road.  This quickly weakened to 45 to 50 mph near a mobile
home and barn near the Poplar Springs Road. One cabin had some roof
damage and trees were generally facing a northeast, north, and
northwest direction with the microburst.

Just east of that point, the storm bowed out and produced straight
line wind damage over a half mile area.  Downed trees were all
facing an easterly direction. One well built home had some gutter
and minor roof damage.

The National Weather Service wants to thank Casey County Emergency
Management and WKU Student Pierce Larkin for their assistance with
our storm damage assessment.

$$

JDG








000
NOUS45 KPSR 151711
PNSPSR

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PHOENIX AZ
1000 AM MST TUE JUL 15 2014

...PHOENIX AND SURROUNDING AREAS RAINFALL REPORTS...

                                                      RAINFALL (IN)
LOCATION                                              1 HR     24 HR
10TH ST. WASH BASIN #1         PHOENIX                0.00      0.87
ACDC @ 36TH ST.                PARADISE VALLEY        0.00      0.55
CAMP CREEK                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.91      1.85
CAREFREE RANCH                 SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.16
CAVE BUTTES DAM                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
CAVE CR.@ SPUR CROSS           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.91
CENTENNIAL RAILROAD            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.28
CESAR CHAVEZ PARK              PHOENIX                0.00      0.24
CLINE CREEK                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
CROWN KING                     YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      1.77
DESERT HILLS WASH              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
DREAMY DRAW DAM                PHOENIX                0.00      0.43
DURANGO COMPLEX                PHOENIX                0.00      0.08
EFCC NR 7TH AVE.               PHOENIX                0.00      0.20
GARFIAS MTN. RANCH             YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.08
GILA @ OLBERG                  GILA RIVER IC          0.00      1.46
GREENWAY @ 32ND AVE.           PHOENIX                0.00      0.08
HASSY R. @ WAGONER RD.         YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.24
HIGHLAND @ 68TH ST.            SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.28
HORNER MTN. RANCH              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.98      1.02
HORSESHOE LAKE                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.35
HORSESHOE RANCH                YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.59
HUMBOLDT MOUNTAIN              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.08
LAVEEN BASIN                   PHOENIX                0.00      0.12
MINNEHAHA                      YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.08
MOBILE                         MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      1.38
MT. ORD                        GILA COUNTY            0.00      0.12
MT. UNION WX                   YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.04
O`BRIEN GULCH                  YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      1.34
OLD X-CUT @ MCDOWELL           PHOENIX                0.00      0.08
OSBORN @ 64TH ST.              SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.24
PAPAGO PARK                    PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
PARADISE VALLEY CC             PARADISE VALLEY        0.00      0.08
PHOENIX BASIN #3               PHOENIX                0.00      1.22
PHOENIX BASIN #7               PHOENIX                0.00      0.79
PHOENIX WEST PARK              PHOENIX                0.00      0.16
PRESCOTT VALLEY                YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.16
QUEEN CR @ RITTENHOUSE         MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
RACKENSACK CANYON              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.24      1.81
SAND TANK @ I-8                GILA BEND              0.00      0.08
SEVEN SPRINGS                  YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.94
SEVEN SPRINGS WASH             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.39      0.63
SOUTH MOUNTAIN FAN             PHOENIX                0.00      0.43
SOUTH MOUNTAIN PARK            PHOENIX                0.00      0.12
STANTON                        YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.12
SUNRIDGE CANYON DAM            FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.04
TAT MOMOLIKOT DAM              PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.04
THOMAS @ 48TH ST.              PHOENIX                0.00      0.51
TOWERS MTN.                    YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.04      3.39
UPPER CLINE CREEK              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.31
WICKENBURG AIRPORT             WICKENBURG             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 151711
PNSPSR

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PHOENIX AZ
1000 AM MST TUE JUL 15 2014

...PHOENIX AND SURROUNDING AREAS RAINFALL REPORTS...

                                                      RAINFALL (IN)
LOCATION                                              1 HR     24 HR
10TH ST. WASH BASIN #1         PHOENIX                0.00      0.87
ACDC @ 36TH ST.                PARADISE VALLEY        0.00      0.55
CAMP CREEK                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.91      1.85
CAREFREE RANCH                 SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.16
CAVE BUTTES DAM                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
CAVE CR.@ SPUR CROSS           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.91
CENTENNIAL RAILROAD            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.28
CESAR CHAVEZ PARK              PHOENIX                0.00      0.24
CLINE CREEK                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
CROWN KING                     YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      1.77
DESERT HILLS WASH              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
DREAMY DRAW DAM                PHOENIX                0.00      0.43
DURANGO COMPLEX                PHOENIX                0.00      0.08
EFCC NR 7TH AVE.               PHOENIX                0.00      0.20
GARFIAS MTN. RANCH             YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.08
GILA @ OLBERG                  GILA RIVER IC          0.00      1.46
GREENWAY @ 32ND AVE.           PHOENIX                0.00      0.08
HASSY R. @ WAGONER RD.         YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.24
HIGHLAND @ 68TH ST.            SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.28
HORNER MTN. RANCH              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.98      1.02
HORSESHOE LAKE                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.35
HORSESHOE RANCH                YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.59
HUMBOLDT MOUNTAIN              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.08
LAVEEN BASIN                   PHOENIX                0.00      0.12
MINNEHAHA                      YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.08
MOBILE                         MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      1.38
MT. ORD                        GILA COUNTY            0.00      0.12
MT. UNION WX                   YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.04
O`BRIEN GULCH                  YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      1.34
OLD X-CUT @ MCDOWELL           PHOENIX                0.00      0.08
OSBORN @ 64TH ST.              SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.24
PAPAGO PARK                    PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
PARADISE VALLEY CC             PARADISE VALLEY        0.00      0.08
PHOENIX BASIN #3               PHOENIX                0.00      1.22
PHOENIX BASIN #7               PHOENIX                0.00      0.79
PHOENIX WEST PARK              PHOENIX                0.00      0.16
PRESCOTT VALLEY                YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.16
QUEEN CR @ RITTENHOUSE         MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
RACKENSACK CANYON              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.24      1.81
SAND TANK @ I-8                GILA BEND              0.00      0.08
SEVEN SPRINGS                  YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.94
SEVEN SPRINGS WASH             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.39      0.63
SOUTH MOUNTAIN FAN             PHOENIX                0.00      0.43
SOUTH MOUNTAIN PARK            PHOENIX                0.00      0.12
STANTON                        YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.12
SUNRIDGE CANYON DAM            FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.04
TAT MOMOLIKOT DAM              PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.04
THOMAS @ 48TH ST.              PHOENIX                0.00      0.51
TOWERS MTN.                    YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.04      3.39
UPPER CLINE CREEK              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.31
WICKENBURG AIRPORT             WICKENBURG             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
NOUS41 KCAR 151500
PNSCAR

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CARIBOU ME
1100 AM EDT TUE JUL 15 2014

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICES IN NEW ENGLAND HAVE DECLARED
THE WEEK OF JULY 14TH THROUGH 18TH HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK. THIS
IS THE SECOND IN A SERIES OF FIVE PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENTS TO
BE ISSUED BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE IN CARIBOU,
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 TO THOSE WHO ARE CAUGHT IN THEM.
HURRICANE-FORCE WINDS AN EASILY DESTROY POORLY-CONSTRUCTED BUILDINGS
AND MOBILE HOMES. DEBRIS SUCH AS SIGNS, ROOFING MATERIAL, AND SMALL
ITEMS LEFT OUTSIDE CAN BECOME FLYING MISSILES IN 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 (34 KT)     TROPICAL DEPRESSION
    39 TO 73 MPH (34 TO 63 KT)   TROPICAL STORM
    74 MPH (64 KT) 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 AND THE TYPICAL DAMAGE THAT OCCURS. IT
SHOULD BE NOTED THAT A STORM`S CATEGORY IS NOT A GOOD INDICATOR OF
STORM SURGE OR INLAND FLOODING SEVERITY. THESE EFFECTS WILL BE
DISCUSSED IN GREATER DETAIL LATER THIS WEEK.

SAFFIR-SIMPSON SCALE

CATEGORY     DEFINITION/EFFECTS
    1        WINDS: 74-95 MPH (64-82 KT)
             VERY DANGEROUS WINDS WILL PRODUCE SOME DAMAGE:
             WELL-CONSTRUCTED FRAME HOMES COULD HAVE DAMAGE TO ROOF,
             SHINGLES, VINYL SIDING AND GUTTERS. LARGE BRANCHES OF
             TREES WILL SNAP AND SHALLOWLY-ROOTED TREES MAY BE
             TOPPLED. EXTENSIVE DAMAGE TO POWER LINES AND POLES
             LIKELY WILL RESULT IN POWER OUTAGES THAT COULD LAST A
             FEW TO SEVERAL DAYS.

    2        WINDS: 96-110 MPH (83-95 KT)
             EXTREMELY DANGEROUS WINDS WILL CAUSE EXTENSIVE DAMAGE:
             WELL-CONSTRUCTED FRAME HOMES COULD SUSTAIN MAJOR ROOF
             AND SIDING DAMAGE. MANY SHALLOWLY-ROOTED TREES WILL BE
             SNAPPED OR UPROOTED AND BLOCK NUMEROUS ROADS.
             NEAR-TOTAL POWER LOSS IS EXPECTED WITH OUTAGES THAT
             COULD LAST FROM SEVERAL DAYS TO WEEKS.

    3        WINDS: 111-129 MPH (96-112 KT)
             DEVASTATING DAMAGE WILL OCCUR:
             WELL-BUILT FRAME HOMES MAY INCUR MAJOR DAMAGE OR
             REMOVAL OF ROOF DECKING AND GABLE ENDS. MANY TREES WILL
             BE SNAPPED OR UPROOTED, BLOCKING NUMEROUS ROADS.
             ELECTRICITY AND WATER WILL BE UNAVAILABLE FOR SEVERAL
             DAYS TO WEEKS AFTER THE STORM PASSES.

    4        WINDS: 130-156 MPH (113-136 KT)
             CATASTROPHIC DAMAGE WILL OCCUR:
             WELL-BUILT FRAME HOMES CAN SUSTAIN SEVERE DAMAGE WITH
             LOSS OF MOST OF THE ROOF STRUCTURE AND/OR SOME EXTERIOR
             WALLS. MOST TREES WILL BE SNAPPED OR UPROOTED AND POWER
             POLES DOWNED. FALLEN TREES AND POWER POLES WILL ISOLATE
             RESIDENTIAL AREAS. POWER OUTAGES WILL LAST WEEKS TO
             POSSIBLY MONTHS. MOST OF THE AREA WILL BE UNINHABITABLE
             FOR WEEKS OR MONTHS.

    5        WINDS: 157 MPH OR GREATER (137 KT OR GREATER)
             CATASTROPHIC DAMAGE WILL OCCUR:
             A HIGH PERCENTAGE OF FRAMED HOMES WILL BE DESTROYED,
             WITH TOTAL ROOF FAILURE AND WALL COLLAPSE. FALLEN TREES
             AND POWER POLES WILL ISOLATE RESIDENTIAL AREAS. POWER
             OUTAGES WILL LAST FOR WEEKS TO POSSIBLY MONTHS. MOST OF
             THE AREA WILL BE UNINHABITABLE FOR WEEKS OR MONTHS.

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`S TRACK, THOUGH THEY CAN ALSO FORM IN THE RAIN
BANDS, WELL AWAY FROM THE HURRICANE`S CENTER. 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?

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. FOR THE MID AND DOWNEAST COAST OF MAINE:

CATEGORY        RETURN PERIOD         CHANCE OF EVENT OCCURRING IN
                                             ANY GIVEN YEAR
   1               30 YEARS                       3.3%
   2              100 YEARS                       1.0%
   3              200 YEARS                       0.5%


FACT FOR THE DAY: THE STRONGEST WINDS IN A TROPICAL STORM OR
HURRICANE USUALLY OCCUR ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE TRACK. IF A
TROPICAL SYSTEM 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 TOPICS TO BE COVERED LATER THIS WEEK:
  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 WEBSITE AT (ALL LOWER-CASE):

HTTP://WWW.NHC.NOAA.GOV

$$

HASTINGS








000
NOUS41 KCAR 151500
PNSCAR

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CARIBOU ME
1100 AM EDT TUE JUL 15 2014

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICES IN NEW ENGLAND HAVE DECLARED
THE WEEK OF JULY 14TH THROUGH 18TH HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK. THIS
IS THE SECOND IN A SERIES OF FIVE PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENTS TO
BE ISSUED BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE IN CARIBOU,
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 TO THOSE WHO ARE CAUGHT IN THEM.
HURRICANE-FORCE WINDS AN EASILY DESTROY POORLY-CONSTRUCTED BUILDINGS
AND MOBILE HOMES. DEBRIS SUCH AS SIGNS, ROOFING MATERIAL, AND SMALL
ITEMS LEFT OUTSIDE CAN BECOME FLYING MISSILES IN 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 (34 KT)     TROPICAL DEPRESSION
    39 TO 73 MPH (34 TO 63 KT)   TROPICAL STORM
    74 MPH (64 KT) 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 AND THE TYPICAL DAMAGE THAT OCCURS. IT
SHOULD BE NOTED THAT A STORM`S CATEGORY IS NOT A GOOD INDICATOR OF
STORM SURGE OR INLAND FLOODING SEVERITY. THESE EFFECTS WILL BE
DISCUSSED IN GREATER DETAIL LATER THIS WEEK.

SAFFIR-SIMPSON SCALE

CATEGORY     DEFINITION/EFFECTS
    1        WINDS: 74-95 MPH (64-82 KT)
             VERY DANGEROUS WINDS WILL PRODUCE SOME DAMAGE:
             WELL-CONSTRUCTED FRAME HOMES COULD HAVE DAMAGE TO ROOF,
             SHINGLES, VINYL SIDING AND GUTTERS. LARGE BRANCHES OF
             TREES WILL SNAP AND SHALLOWLY-ROOTED TREES MAY BE
             TOPPLED. EXTENSIVE DAMAGE TO POWER LINES AND POLES
             LIKELY WILL RESULT IN POWER OUTAGES THAT COULD LAST A
             FEW TO SEVERAL DAYS.

    2        WINDS: 96-110 MPH (83-95 KT)
             EXTREMELY DANGEROUS WINDS WILL CAUSE EXTENSIVE DAMAGE:
             WELL-CONSTRUCTED FRAME HOMES COULD SUSTAIN MAJOR ROOF
             AND SIDING DAMAGE. MANY SHALLOWLY-ROOTED TREES WILL BE
             SNAPPED OR UPROOTED AND BLOCK NUMEROUS ROADS.
             NEAR-TOTAL POWER LOSS IS EXPECTED WITH OUTAGES THAT
             COULD LAST FROM SEVERAL DAYS TO WEEKS.

    3        WINDS: 111-129 MPH (96-112 KT)
             DEVASTATING DAMAGE WILL OCCUR:
             WELL-BUILT FRAME HOMES MAY INCUR MAJOR DAMAGE OR
             REMOVAL OF ROOF DECKING AND GABLE ENDS. MANY TREES WILL
             BE SNAPPED OR UPROOTED, BLOCKING NUMEROUS ROADS.
             ELECTRICITY AND WATER WILL BE UNAVAILABLE FOR SEVERAL
             DAYS TO WEEKS AFTER THE STORM PASSES.

    4        WINDS: 130-156 MPH (113-136 KT)
             CATASTROPHIC DAMAGE WILL OCCUR:
             WELL-BUILT FRAME HOMES CAN SUSTAIN SEVERE DAMAGE WITH
             LOSS OF MOST OF THE ROOF STRUCTURE AND/OR SOME EXTERIOR
             WALLS. MOST TREES WILL BE SNAPPED OR UPROOTED AND POWER
             POLES DOWNED. FALLEN TREES AND POWER POLES WILL ISOLATE
             RESIDENTIAL AREAS. POWER OUTAGES WILL LAST WEEKS TO
             POSSIBLY MONTHS. MOST OF THE AREA WILL BE UNINHABITABLE
             FOR WEEKS OR MONTHS.

    5        WINDS: 157 MPH OR GREATER (137 KT OR GREATER)
             CATASTROPHIC DAMAGE WILL OCCUR:
             A HIGH PERCENTAGE OF FRAMED HOMES WILL BE DESTROYED,
             WITH TOTAL ROOF FAILURE AND WALL COLLAPSE. FALLEN TREES
             AND POWER POLES WILL ISOLATE RESIDENTIAL AREAS. POWER
             OUTAGES WILL LAST FOR WEEKS TO POSSIBLY MONTHS. MOST OF
             THE AREA WILL BE UNINHABITABLE FOR WEEKS OR MONTHS.

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`S TRACK, THOUGH THEY CAN ALSO FORM IN THE RAIN
BANDS, WELL AWAY FROM THE HURRICANE`S CENTER. 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?

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. FOR THE MID AND DOWNEAST COAST OF MAINE:

CATEGORY        RETURN PERIOD         CHANCE OF EVENT OCCURRING IN
                                             ANY GIVEN YEAR
   1               30 YEARS                       3.3%
   2              100 YEARS                       1.0%
   3              200 YEARS                       0.5%


FACT FOR THE DAY: THE STRONGEST WINDS IN A TROPICAL STORM OR
HURRICANE USUALLY OCCUR ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE TRACK. IF A
TROPICAL SYSTEM 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 TOPICS TO BE COVERED LATER THIS WEEK:
  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 WEBSITE AT (ALL LOWER-CASE):

HTTP://WWW.NHC.NOAA.GOV

$$

HASTINGS








000
NOUS41 KCAR 151500
PNSCAR

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CARIBOU ME
1100 AM EDT TUE JUL 15 2014

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICES IN NEW ENGLAND HAVE DECLARED
THE WEEK OF JULY 14TH THROUGH 18TH HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK. THIS
IS THE SECOND IN A SERIES OF FIVE PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENTS TO
BE ISSUED BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE IN CARIBOU,
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 TO THOSE WHO ARE CAUGHT IN THEM.
HURRICANE-FORCE WINDS AN EASILY DESTROY POORLY-CONSTRUCTED BUILDINGS
AND MOBILE HOMES. DEBRIS SUCH AS SIGNS, ROOFING MATERIAL, AND SMALL
ITEMS LEFT OUTSIDE CAN BECOME FLYING MISSILES IN 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 (34 KT)     TROPICAL DEPRESSION
    39 TO 73 MPH (34 TO 63 KT)   TROPICAL STORM
    74 MPH (64 KT) 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 AND THE TYPICAL DAMAGE THAT OCCURS. IT
SHOULD BE NOTED THAT A STORM`S CATEGORY IS NOT A GOOD INDICATOR OF
STORM SURGE OR INLAND FLOODING SEVERITY. THESE EFFECTS WILL BE
DISCUSSED IN GREATER DETAIL LATER THIS WEEK.

SAFFIR-SIMPSON SCALE

CATEGORY     DEFINITION/EFFECTS
    1        WINDS: 74-95 MPH (64-82 KT)
             VERY DANGEROUS WINDS WILL PRODUCE SOME DAMAGE:
             WELL-CONSTRUCTED FRAME HOMES COULD HAVE DAMAGE TO ROOF,
             SHINGLES, VINYL SIDING AND GUTTERS. LARGE BRANCHES OF
             TREES WILL SNAP AND SHALLOWLY-ROOTED TREES MAY BE
             TOPPLED. EXTENSIVE DAMAGE TO POWER LINES AND POLES
             LIKELY WILL RESULT IN POWER OUTAGES THAT COULD LAST A
             FEW TO SEVERAL DAYS.

    2        WINDS: 96-110 MPH (83-95 KT)
             EXTREMELY DANGEROUS WINDS WILL CAUSE EXTENSIVE DAMAGE:
             WELL-CONSTRUCTED FRAME HOMES COULD SUSTAIN MAJOR ROOF
             AND SIDING DAMAGE. MANY SHALLOWLY-ROOTED TREES WILL BE
             SNAPPED OR UPROOTED AND BLOCK NUMEROUS ROADS.
             NEAR-TOTAL POWER LOSS IS EXPECTED WITH OUTAGES THAT
             COULD LAST FROM SEVERAL DAYS TO WEEKS.

    3        WINDS: 111-129 MPH (96-112 KT)
             DEVASTATING DAMAGE WILL OCCUR:
             WELL-BUILT FRAME HOMES MAY INCUR MAJOR DAMAGE OR
             REMOVAL OF ROOF DECKING AND GABLE ENDS. MANY TREES WILL
             BE SNAPPED OR UPROOTED, BLOCKING NUMEROUS ROADS.
             ELECTRICITY AND WATER WILL BE UNAVAILABLE FOR SEVERAL
             DAYS TO WEEKS AFTER THE STORM PASSES.

    4        WINDS: 130-156 MPH (113-136 KT)
             CATASTROPHIC DAMAGE WILL OCCUR:
             WELL-BUILT FRAME HOMES CAN SUSTAIN SEVERE DAMAGE WITH
             LOSS OF MOST OF THE ROOF STRUCTURE AND/OR SOME EXTERIOR
             WALLS. MOST TREES WILL BE SNAPPED OR UPROOTED AND POWER
             POLES DOWNED. FALLEN TREES AND POWER POLES WILL ISOLATE
             RESIDENTIAL AREAS. POWER OUTAGES WILL LAST WEEKS TO
             POSSIBLY MONTHS. MOST OF THE AREA WILL BE UNINHABITABLE
             FOR WEEKS OR MONTHS.

    5        WINDS: 157 MPH OR GREATER (137 KT OR GREATER)
             CATASTROPHIC DAMAGE WILL OCCUR:
             A HIGH PERCENTAGE OF FRAMED HOMES WILL BE DESTROYED,
             WITH TOTAL ROOF FAILURE AND WALL COLLAPSE. FALLEN TREES
             AND POWER POLES WILL ISOLATE RESIDENTIAL AREAS. POWER
             OUTAGES WILL LAST FOR WEEKS TO POSSIBLY MONTHS. MOST OF
             THE AREA WILL BE UNINHABITABLE FOR WEEKS OR MONTHS.

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`S TRACK, THOUGH THEY CAN ALSO FORM IN THE RAIN
BANDS, WELL AWAY FROM THE HURRICANE`S CENTER. 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?

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. FOR THE MID AND DOWNEAST COAST OF MAINE:

CATEGORY        RETURN PERIOD         CHANCE OF EVENT OCCURRING IN
                                             ANY GIVEN YEAR
   1               30 YEARS                       3.3%
   2              100 YEARS                       1.0%
   3              200 YEARS                       0.5%


FACT FOR THE DAY: THE STRONGEST WINDS IN A TROPICAL STORM OR
HURRICANE USUALLY OCCUR ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE TRACK. IF A
TROPICAL SYSTEM 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 TOPICS TO BE COVERED LATER THIS WEEK:
  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 WEBSITE AT (ALL LOWER-CASE):

HTTP://WWW.NHC.NOAA.GOV

$$

HASTINGS








000
NOUS41 KCAR 151500
PNSCAR

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CARIBOU ME
1100 AM EDT TUE JUL 15 2014

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICES IN NEW ENGLAND HAVE DECLARED
THE WEEK OF JULY 14TH THROUGH 18TH HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK. THIS
IS THE SECOND IN A SERIES OF FIVE PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENTS TO
BE ISSUED BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE IN CARIBOU,
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 TO THOSE WHO ARE CAUGHT IN THEM.
HURRICANE-FORCE WINDS AN EASILY DESTROY POORLY-CONSTRUCTED BUILDINGS
AND MOBILE HOMES. DEBRIS SUCH AS SIGNS, ROOFING MATERIAL, AND SMALL
ITEMS LEFT OUTSIDE CAN BECOME FLYING MISSILES IN 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 (34 KT)     TROPICAL DEPRESSION
    39 TO 73 MPH (34 TO 63 KT)   TROPICAL STORM
    74 MPH (64 KT) 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 AND THE TYPICAL DAMAGE THAT OCCURS. IT
SHOULD BE NOTED THAT A STORM`S CATEGORY IS NOT A GOOD INDICATOR OF
STORM SURGE OR INLAND FLOODING SEVERITY. THESE EFFECTS WILL BE
DISCUSSED IN GREATER DETAIL LATER THIS WEEK.

SAFFIR-SIMPSON SCALE

CATEGORY     DEFINITION/EFFECTS
    1        WINDS: 74-95 MPH (64-82 KT)
             VERY DANGEROUS WINDS WILL PRODUCE SOME DAMAGE:
             WELL-CONSTRUCTED FRAME HOMES COULD HAVE DAMAGE TO ROOF,
             SHINGLES, VINYL SIDING AND GUTTERS. LARGE BRANCHES OF
             TREES WILL SNAP AND SHALLOWLY-ROOTED TREES MAY BE
             TOPPLED. EXTENSIVE DAMAGE TO POWER LINES AND POLES
             LIKELY WILL RESULT IN POWER OUTAGES THAT COULD LAST A
             FEW TO SEVERAL DAYS.

    2        WINDS: 96-110 MPH (83-95 KT)
             EXTREMELY DANGEROUS WINDS WILL CAUSE EXTENSIVE DAMAGE:
             WELL-CONSTRUCTED FRAME HOMES COULD SUSTAIN MAJOR ROOF
             AND SIDING DAMAGE. MANY SHALLOWLY-ROOTED TREES WILL BE
             SNAPPED OR UPROOTED AND BLOCK NUMEROUS ROADS.
             NEAR-TOTAL POWER LOSS IS EXPECTED WITH OUTAGES THAT
             COULD LAST FROM SEVERAL DAYS TO WEEKS.

    3        WINDS: 111-129 MPH (96-112 KT)
             DEVASTATING DAMAGE WILL OCCUR:
             WELL-BUILT FRAME HOMES MAY INCUR MAJOR DAMAGE OR
             REMOVAL OF ROOF DECKING AND GABLE ENDS. MANY TREES WILL
             BE SNAPPED OR UPROOTED, BLOCKING NUMEROUS ROADS.
             ELECTRICITY AND WATER WILL BE UNAVAILABLE FOR SEVERAL
             DAYS TO WEEKS AFTER THE STORM PASSES.

    4        WINDS: 130-156 MPH (113-136 KT)
             CATASTROPHIC DAMAGE WILL OCCUR:
             WELL-BUILT FRAME HOMES CAN SUSTAIN SEVERE DAMAGE WITH
             LOSS OF MOST OF THE ROOF STRUCTURE AND/OR SOME EXTERIOR
             WALLS. MOST TREES WILL BE SNAPPED OR UPROOTED AND POWER
             POLES DOWNED. FALLEN TREES AND POWER POLES WILL ISOLATE
             RESIDENTIAL AREAS. POWER OUTAGES WILL LAST WEEKS TO
             POSSIBLY MONTHS. MOST OF THE AREA WILL BE UNINHABITABLE
             FOR WEEKS OR MONTHS.

    5        WINDS: 157 MPH OR GREATER (137 KT OR GREATER)
             CATASTROPHIC DAMAGE WILL OCCUR:
             A HIGH PERCENTAGE OF FRAMED HOMES WILL BE DESTROYED,
             WITH TOTAL ROOF FAILURE AND WALL COLLAPSE. FALLEN TREES
             AND POWER POLES WILL ISOLATE RESIDENTIAL AREAS. POWER
             OUTAGES WILL LAST FOR WEEKS TO POSSIBLY MONTHS. MOST OF
             THE AREA WILL BE UNINHABITABLE FOR WEEKS OR MONTHS.

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`S TRACK, THOUGH THEY CAN ALSO FORM IN THE RAIN
BANDS, WELL AWAY FROM THE HURRICANE`S CENTER. 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?

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. FOR THE MID AND DOWNEAST COAST OF MAINE:

CATEGORY        RETURN PERIOD         CHANCE OF EVENT OCCURRING IN
                                             ANY GIVEN YEAR
   1               30 YEARS                       3.3%
   2              100 YEARS                       1.0%
   3              200 YEARS                       0.5%


FACT FOR THE DAY: THE STRONGEST WINDS IN A TROPICAL STORM OR
HURRICANE USUALLY OCCUR ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE TRACK. IF A
TROPICAL SYSTEM 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 TOPICS TO BE COVERED LATER THIS WEEK:
  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 WEBSITE AT (ALL LOWER-CASE):

HTTP://WWW.NHC.NOAA.GOV

$$

HASTINGS








000
NOUS43 KSGF 151426
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-161425

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
925 AM CDT TUE JUL 15 2014

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Benton    Edwards 6W             87  56   0.00
Barry     Roaring River SP       86  55   0.00
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            87  56   T
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            86  57   0.00
Morgan    Gravois Mills          85  54   0.00
Morgan    Laurie 4W                       0.18

$$






000
NOUS43 KSGF 151426
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-161425

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
925 AM CDT TUE JUL 15 2014

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Benton    Edwards 6W             87  56   0.00
Barry     Roaring River SP       86  55   0.00
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            87  56   T
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            86  57   0.00
Morgan    Gravois Mills          85  54   0.00
Morgan    Laurie 4W                       0.18

$$






000
NOUS43 KSGF 151426
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-161425

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
925 AM CDT TUE JUL 15 2014

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Benton    Edwards 6W             87  56   0.00
Barry     Roaring River SP       86  55   0.00
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            87  56   T
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            86  57   0.00
Morgan    Gravois Mills          85  54   0.00
Morgan    Laurie 4W                       0.18

$$






000
NOUS43 KSGF 151426
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-161425

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
925 AM CDT TUE JUL 15 2014

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Benton    Edwards 6W             87  56   0.00
Barry     Roaring River SP       86  55   0.00
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            87  56   T
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            86  57   0.00
Morgan    Gravois Mills          85  54   0.00
Morgan    Laurie 4W                       0.18

$$






000
NOUS45 KREV 151347
PNSREV
CAZ070>073-NVZ001>005-142300-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE RENO NV
523 AM PDT TUE JUL 15 2014

...RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURES SET ON BOTH SUNDAY AND MONDAY...

STRONG HIGH PRESSURE OVER THE GREAT BASIN BROUGHT VERY HOT
CONDITIONS TO WESTERN NEVADA AND EASTERN CALIFORNIA ON SUNDAY AND
MONDAY. AS A RESULT MANY RECORD HIGHS WERE SET OR TIED ON BOTH
SUNDAY AND MONDAY.

BELOW ARE LISTED THE HIGH TEMPERATURES RECORDED ON SUNDAY AND
MONDAY. THE PREVIOUS RECORD...AND LATEST YEAR OF OCCURRENCE...ARE
ALSO LISTED FOR EACH DAY. TEMPERATURES THAT SET OR TIED A RECORD ARE
DENOTED BY AN "R". DAILY HIGH TEMPERATURES THAT HAVE NOT BEEN
RECEIVED YET ARE DENOTED BY AN "M" AS MISSING.

...................................................................

                        SUNDAY         MONDAY

LOCATION                JUL 13         JUL 14

...WESTERN NEVADA...

RENO                     103R           105R
                       102/1972       103/1972

CARSON CITY               99            103R
                       101/1972       102/1972

VIRGINIA CITY             93              M
                        94/2005        96/1972

LOVELOCK                 105R           108R
                       104/1917       106/1933

FALLON                   105R           106R
                       104/1917       103/1925

GERLACH                   M              M
                       104/2012       103/2008

YERINGTON                103R           107R
                       103/2012       101/2005

HAWTHORNE                104R            M
                       101/2005       103/2005

...EASTERN SIERRA...

CEDARVILLE                99             M
                       104/1933       105/1930

SUSANVILLE                97             M
                       103/1935       103/1972

PORTOLA                  97R            M
                        97/1924       100/1972

TRUCKEE                  97R            M
                        96/1935        98/1917

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE          91R            92R
                        89/1999        89/1990

MAMMOTH LAKES             86R            85R
                        84/2005        85/1994


$$

HTTP://WEATHER.GOV/RENO







000
NOUS45 KREV 151347
PNSREV
CAZ070>073-NVZ001>005-142300-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE RENO NV
523 AM PDT TUE JUL 15 2014

...RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURES SET ON BOTH SUNDAY AND MONDAY...

STRONG HIGH PRESSURE OVER THE GREAT BASIN BROUGHT VERY HOT
CONDITIONS TO WESTERN NEVADA AND EASTERN CALIFORNIA ON SUNDAY AND
MONDAY. AS A RESULT MANY RECORD HIGHS WERE SET OR TIED ON BOTH
SUNDAY AND MONDAY.

BELOW ARE LISTED THE HIGH TEMPERATURES RECORDED ON SUNDAY AND
MONDAY. THE PREVIOUS RECORD...AND LATEST YEAR OF OCCURRENCE...ARE
ALSO LISTED FOR EACH DAY. TEMPERATURES THAT SET OR TIED A RECORD ARE
DENOTED BY AN "R". DAILY HIGH TEMPERATURES THAT HAVE NOT BEEN
RECEIVED YET ARE DENOTED BY AN "M" AS MISSING.

...................................................................

                        SUNDAY         MONDAY

LOCATION                JUL 13         JUL 14

...WESTERN NEVADA...

RENO                     103R           105R
                       102/1972       103/1972

CARSON CITY               99            103R
                       101/1972       102/1972

VIRGINIA CITY             93              M
                        94/2005        96/1972

LOVELOCK                 105R           108R
                       104/1917       106/1933

FALLON                   105R           106R
                       104/1917       103/1925

GERLACH                   M              M
                       104/2012       103/2008

YERINGTON                103R           107R
                       103/2012       101/2005

HAWTHORNE                104R            M
                       101/2005       103/2005

...EASTERN SIERRA...

CEDARVILLE                99             M
                       104/1933       105/1930

SUSANVILLE                97             M
                       103/1935       103/1972

PORTOLA                  97R            M
                        97/1924       100/1972

TRUCKEE                  97R            M
                        96/1935        98/1917

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE          91R            92R
                        89/1999        89/1990

MAMMOTH LAKES             86R            85R
                        84/2005        85/1994


$$

HTTP://WEATHER.GOV/RENO







000
NOUS45 KREV 151347
PNSREV
CAZ070>073-NVZ001>005-142300-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE RENO NV
523 AM PDT TUE JUL 15 2014

...RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURES SET ON BOTH SUNDAY AND MONDAY...

STRONG HIGH PRESSURE OVER THE GREAT BASIN BROUGHT VERY HOT
CONDITIONS TO WESTERN NEVADA AND EASTERN CALIFORNIA ON SUNDAY AND
MONDAY. AS A RESULT MANY RECORD HIGHS WERE SET OR TIED ON BOTH
SUNDAY AND MONDAY.

BELOW ARE LISTED THE HIGH TEMPERATURES RECORDED ON SUNDAY AND
MONDAY. THE PREVIOUS RECORD...AND LATEST YEAR OF OCCURRENCE...ARE
ALSO LISTED FOR EACH DAY. TEMPERATURES THAT SET OR TIED A RECORD ARE
DENOTED BY AN "R". DAILY HIGH TEMPERATURES THAT HAVE NOT BEEN
RECEIVED YET ARE DENOTED BY AN "M" AS MISSING.

...................................................................

                        SUNDAY         MONDAY

LOCATION                JUL 13         JUL 14

...WESTERN NEVADA...

RENO                     103R           105R
                       102/1972       103/1972

CARSON CITY               99            103R
                       101/1972       102/1972

VIRGINIA CITY             93              M
                        94/2005        96/1972

LOVELOCK                 105R           108R
                       104/1917       106/1933

FALLON                   105R           106R
                       104/1917       103/1925

GERLACH                   M              M
                       104/2012       103/2008

YERINGTON                103R           107R
                       103/2012       101/2005

HAWTHORNE                104R            M
                       101/2005       103/2005

...EASTERN SIERRA...

CEDARVILLE                99             M
                       104/1933       105/1930

SUSANVILLE                97             M
                       103/1935       103/1972

PORTOLA                  97R            M
                        97/1924       100/1972

TRUCKEE                  97R            M
                        96/1935        98/1917

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE          91R            92R
                        89/1999        89/1990

MAMMOTH LAKES             86R            85R
                        84/2005        85/1994


$$

HTTP://WEATHER.GOV/RENO







000
NOUS45 KREV 151347
PNSREV
CAZ070>073-NVZ001>005-142300-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE RENO NV
523 AM PDT TUE JUL 15 2014

...RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURES SET ON BOTH SUNDAY AND MONDAY...

STRONG HIGH PRESSURE OVER THE GREAT BASIN BROUGHT VERY HOT
CONDITIONS TO WESTERN NEVADA AND EASTERN CALIFORNIA ON SUNDAY AND
MONDAY. AS A RESULT MANY RECORD HIGHS WERE SET OR TIED ON BOTH
SUNDAY AND MONDAY.

BELOW ARE LISTED THE HIGH TEMPERATURES RECORDED ON SUNDAY AND
MONDAY. THE PREVIOUS RECORD...AND LATEST YEAR OF OCCURRENCE...ARE
ALSO LISTED FOR EACH DAY. TEMPERATURES THAT SET OR TIED A RECORD ARE
DENOTED BY AN "R". DAILY HIGH TEMPERATURES THAT HAVE NOT BEEN
RECEIVED YET ARE DENOTED BY AN "M" AS MISSING.

...................................................................

                        SUNDAY         MONDAY

LOCATION                JUL 13         JUL 14

...WESTERN NEVADA...

RENO                     103R           105R
                       102/1972       103/1972

CARSON CITY               99            103R
                       101/1972       102/1972

VIRGINIA CITY             93              M
                        94/2005        96/1972

LOVELOCK                 105R           108R
                       104/1917       106/1933

FALLON                   105R           106R
                       104/1917       103/1925

GERLACH                   M              M
                       104/2012       103/2008

YERINGTON                103R           107R
                       103/2012       101/2005

HAWTHORNE                104R            M
                       101/2005       103/2005

...EASTERN SIERRA...

CEDARVILLE                99             M
                       104/1933       105/1930

SUSANVILLE                97             M
                       103/1935       103/1972

PORTOLA                  97R            M
                        97/1924       100/1972

TRUCKEE                  97R            M
                        96/1935        98/1917

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE          91R            92R
                        89/1999        89/1990

MAMMOTH LAKES             86R            85R
                        84/2005        85/1994


$$

HTTP://WEATHER.GOV/RENO







000
NOUS43 KGLD 151201
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT TUE JUL 15 2014

...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 151201
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT TUE JUL 15 2014

...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 151201
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT TUE JUL 15 2014

...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 151201
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT TUE JUL 15 2014

...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
NOUS41 KGYX 151117
PNSGYX

MEZ007>009-012>014-018>028-NHZ001>010-013-014-161200

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY ME
720 AM EDT TUE JUL 15 2013


THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED THE WEEK OF JULY 14TH
THROUGH 18TH, 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 151117
PNSGYX

MEZ007>009-012>014-018>028-NHZ001>010-013-014-161200

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY ME
720 AM EDT TUE JUL 15 2013


THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED THE WEEK OF JULY 14TH
THROUGH 18TH, 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 151117
PNSGYX

MEZ007>009-012>014-018>028-NHZ001>010-013-014-161200

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY ME
720 AM EDT TUE JUL 15 2013


THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED THE WEEK OF JULY 14TH
THROUGH 18TH, 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 151117
PNSGYX

MEZ007>009-012>014-018>028-NHZ001>010-013-014-161200

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY ME
720 AM EDT TUE JUL 15 2013


THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED THE WEEK OF JULY 14TH
THROUGH 18TH, 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
NOUS45 KSLC 150254 AAB
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
851 PM MDT MON JUL 14 2014

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS PRECIPITATION AND WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 830 PM.

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

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
CAMEL BACK MTN - 5077 FT                 8 PM MON     0.04
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        8 PM MON     0.03
NW DECON PAD - 4380 FT                   8 PM MON     0.03
SALT FLATS - 4265 FT                     8 PM MON     0.03
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                    8 PM MON     0.02

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
SUNDANCE - MID MOUNTAIN - 7503 FT        8 PM MON     0.05

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
YELLOWSTONE DRAINAGE - 7800 FT           8 PM MON     0.82
WEST FORK BLACKSMITHS FORK - 9620 FT     5 PM MON     0.06
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        8 PM MON     0.04
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           8 PM MON     0.04

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      8 PM MON     0.19

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      8 PM MON     0.05
DUCHESNE - 5520 FT                       5 PM MON     0.03
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      8 PM MON     0.02

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
FLATTOP MOUNTAIN - 6120 FT               8 PM MON     0.04

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
PAROWAN - 5770 FT                        8 PM MON     1.00
PAROWAN 10NW - 5820 FT                   5 PM MON     0.93
BRIMSTONE RESERVOIR - 5620 FT            8 PM MON     0.13
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        5 PM MON     0.02

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ST GEORGE - 2612 FT                      8 PM MON     0.02

...SOUTH CENTRAL UTAH...
KODACHROME BASIN PARK - 5810 FT          5 PM MON     0.06

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          7 PM MON     0.02

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              8 PM MON     0.40
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              7 PM MON     0.32
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 8 PM MON     0.06
ASSAY - 8100 FT                          8 PM MON     0.04
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      8 PM MON     0.02
POWERHOUSE NR VEYO - 4600 FT             5 PM MON     0.02

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT       8 PM MON     0.07
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    8 PM MON     0.03

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

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
CLEARFIELD UDOT - 4685 FT                8 PM MON     53 MPH
GREAT SALT LAKE MINERALS - 4212 FT       6 PM MON     49 MPH
W. OGDEN - 4222 FT                       6 PM MON     48 MPH
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                       8 PM MON     47 MPH
CENTERVILLE - 4220 FT                    7 PM MON     46 MPH
ROY - 4373 FT                            8 PM MON     45 MPH
CENTERVILLE - 4218 FT                    7 PM MON     45 MPH
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    8 PM MON     44 MPH
CLINTON - 4337 FT                        8 PM MON     44 MPH
I-15 AT TREMONTON - 4295 FT              7 PM MON     43 MPH
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     7 PM MON     42 MPH
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                       6 PM MON     42 MPH
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                7 PM MON     41 MPH
LEGACY PARKWAY - 4215 FT                 7 PM MON     40 MPH
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       6 PM MON     40 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
POINT OF THE MOUNTAIN - 4750 FT          7 PM MON     52 MPH
FLIGHT PARK SOUTH - 5202 FT              7 PM MON     49 MPH
UNIVERSITY OF UTAH - 4806 FT             7 PM MON     48 MPH
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            7 PM MON     47 MPH
BURMESTER - 4219 FT                      7 PM MON     47 MPH
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT         7 PM MON     47 MPH
BACCUS HIGHWAY - 5172 FT                 7 PM MON     47 MPH
FLUX - 4219 FT                           6 PM MON     47 MPH
SALT LAKE MUNI 2 AIRPORT - 4603 FT       7 PM MON     46 MPH
STOCKTON BAR - 5161 FT                   7 PM MON     45 MPH
I-80 AT MP 78 - 4213 FT                  6 PM MON     45 MPH
I-15 AT 500 S - 4400 FT                  7 PM MON     44 MPH
TRANS-JORDAN LANDFILL - 5201 FT          7 PM MON     44 MPH
I-15 AT 2400 S - 4219 FT                 7 PM MON     43 MPH
MOUNTAIN VIEW AT JUNIPER - 4900 FT       7 PM MON     42 MPH
ERDA AIRPORT - 4360 FT                   7 PM MON     42 MPH
I-15 AT I-215 - 4407 FT                  7 PM MON     41 MPH
OPHIR STATION - 5561 FT                  7 PM MON     41 MPH
MOUNTAIN VIEW AT DANNON WAY - 4910 FT    7 PM MON     41 MPH
BLUFFDALE - 4700 FT                      7 PM MON     40 MPH

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4787 FT               7 PM MON     62 MPH
PIONEER CROSSING - 4650 FT               7 PM MON     42 MPH
TICKVILLE - 5191 FT                      7 PM MON     42 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
PROMONTORY POINT - 6926 FT               7 PM MON     72 MPH
SALT FLATS - 4265 FT                     7 PM MON     60 MPH
CAMEL BACK MTN - 5077 FT                 7 PM MON     59 MPH
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                   7 PM MON     59 MPH
I-80 AT GRASSEY - 4650 FT                7 PM MON     58 MPH
WHITE SAGE - 4363 FT                     7 PM MON     57 MPH
GUNNISON ISLAND - 4242 FT                6 PM MON     57 MPH
WENDOVER PORT OF ENTRY - 4227 FT         6 PM MON     57 MPH
NW DECON PAD - 4380 FT                   7 PM MON     56 MPH
DUGWAY - APG - 4291 FT                   7 PM MON     56 MPH
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT               6 PM MON     56 MPH
LOCOMOTIVE SPRINGS - 4242 FT             6 PM MON     56 MPH
INTERSTATE 80 - 4125 FT                  6 PM MON     56 MPH
I-80 AT MP 1 - 4270 FT                   6 PM MON     55 MPH
ENGLISH VILLAGE - 4788 FT                7 PM MON     54 MPH
UTTR THERMAL TREATMENT UNIT - 4915 FT    6 PM MON     54 MPH
WENDOVER PEAK - 5087 FT                  6 PM MON     54 MPH
GROOME - 4223 FT                         4 PM MON     53 MPH
V-GRID - 4226 FT                         7 PM MON     52 MPH
CEDAR MOUNTAIN - 4650 FT                 7 PM MON     51 MPH
LOWER CEDAR MTN - 4495 FT                7 PM MON     51 MPH
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT               4 PM MON     51 MPH
DITTO - 4345 FT                          7 PM MON     50 MPH
SR-30 AT CURLEW - 4766 FT                4 PM MON     49 MPH
PLAYA STATION - 4280 FT                  8 PM MON     48 MPH
BAKER LAB - 4294 FT                      8 PM MON     48 MPH
WEST OF WILDCAT MTN - 4259 FT            7 PM MON     48 MPH
I-80 AT MP 29 - 4125 FT                  6 PM MON     48 MPH
WEST GRANITE - 4403 FT                   8 PM MON     47 MPH
DURAND ROAD - 4538 FT                    8 PM MON     47 MPH
CAUSEWAY - 4246 FT                       7 PM MON     47 MPH
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                7 PM MON     47 MPH
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 6 PM MON     46 MPH
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        5 PM MON     46 MPH
TOWER GRID - 4346 FT                     8 PM MON     45 MPH
ARAGONITE - 5030 FT                      6 PM MON     45 MPH
WEST SALT FLATS - 4237 FT                7 PM MON     44 MPH
UPPER CEDAR MTN - 7052 FT                7 PM MON     44 MPH
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT                8 PM MON     43 MPH
CALLAO GATE - 4250 FT                    7 PM MON     43 MPH
CHAULK HILL - 5155 FT                    4 PM MON     43 MPH
CALLAO - 4530 FT                         8 PM MON     42 MPH
I-84 AT WHITES VALLEY - 5125 FT          5 PM MON     42 MPH
TARGET S - 4349 FT                       8 PM MON     41 MPH
ROMEO & CENTERLINE - 4308 FT             7 PM MON     41 MPH
JULIET ROAD - 4324 FT                    7 PM MON     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
I-84 AT DEVILS SLIDE - 5250 FT           7 PM MON     45 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OGDEN PEAK - 9570 FT                     7 PM MON     54 MPH
WASATCH HILLS - 6939 FT                  8 PM MON     43 MPH
WEBER CANYON POWER PLANT - 5801 FT       6 PM MON     41 MPH
SNOWBASIN-STRAW TOP - 8999 FT            8 PM MON     40 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
US-40 @ STARVATION - 5720 FT             4 PM MON     43 MPH

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
FLATTOP MOUNTAIN - 6120 FT               7 PM MON     51 MPH

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
BRIMSTONE RESERVOIR - 5620 FT            7 PM MON     41 MPH
PAROWAN - 5770 FT                        7 PM MON     40 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
DOG VALLEY - 6180 FT                     6 PM MON     44 MPH

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
I-15 AT BEAVER RIDGE - 6440 FT           6 PM MON     44 MPH
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      7 PM MON     42 MPH
UT-20 - 7910 FT                          5 PM MON     41 MPH
BRIAN HEAD 2S - 10472 FT                 6 PM MON     40 MPH

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
CHURCH BUTTE - 6743 FT                   6 PM MON     65 MPH
FORT BRIDGER WY - 7034 FT                7 PM MON     49 MPH
US 189 INTERCHANGE - 6978 FT             7 PM MON     43 MPH
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    7 PM MON     42 MPH
LEROY - 6886 FT                          7 PM MON     42 MPH
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         8 PM MON     41 MPH

$$



000
NOUS45 KSLC 150254 AAB
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
851 PM MDT MON JUL 14 2014

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS PRECIPITATION AND WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 830 PM.

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

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
CAMEL BACK MTN - 5077 FT                 8 PM MON     0.04
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        8 PM MON     0.03
NW DECON PAD - 4380 FT                   8 PM MON     0.03
SALT FLATS - 4265 FT                     8 PM MON     0.03
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                    8 PM MON     0.02

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
SUNDANCE - MID MOUNTAIN - 7503 FT        8 PM MON     0.05

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
YELLOWSTONE DRAINAGE - 7800 FT           8 PM MON     0.82
WEST FORK BLACKSMITHS FORK - 9620 FT     5 PM MON     0.06
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        8 PM MON     0.04
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           8 PM MON     0.04

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      8 PM MON     0.19

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      8 PM MON     0.05
DUCHESNE - 5520 FT                       5 PM MON     0.03
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      8 PM MON     0.02

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
FLATTOP MOUNTAIN - 6120 FT               8 PM MON     0.04

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
PAROWAN - 5770 FT                        8 PM MON     1.00
PAROWAN 10NW - 5820 FT                   5 PM MON     0.93
BRIMSTONE RESERVOIR - 5620 FT            8 PM MON     0.13
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        5 PM MON     0.02

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ST GEORGE - 2612 FT                      8 PM MON     0.02

...SOUTH CENTRAL UTAH...
KODACHROME BASIN PARK - 5810 FT          5 PM MON     0.06

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          7 PM MON     0.02

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              8 PM MON     0.40
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              7 PM MON     0.32
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 8 PM MON     0.06
ASSAY - 8100 FT                          8 PM MON     0.04
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      8 PM MON     0.02
POWERHOUSE NR VEYO - 4600 FT             5 PM MON     0.02

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT       8 PM MON     0.07
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    8 PM MON     0.03

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

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
CLEARFIELD UDOT - 4685 FT                8 PM MON     53 MPH
GREAT SALT LAKE MINERALS - 4212 FT       6 PM MON     49 MPH
W. OGDEN - 4222 FT                       6 PM MON     48 MPH
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                       8 PM MON     47 MPH
CENTERVILLE - 4220 FT                    7 PM MON     46 MPH
ROY - 4373 FT                            8 PM MON     45 MPH
CENTERVILLE - 4218 FT                    7 PM MON     45 MPH
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    8 PM MON     44 MPH
CLINTON - 4337 FT                        8 PM MON     44 MPH
I-15 AT TREMONTON - 4295 FT              7 PM MON     43 MPH
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     7 PM MON     42 MPH
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                       6 PM MON     42 MPH
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                7 PM MON     41 MPH
LEGACY PARKWAY - 4215 FT                 7 PM MON     40 MPH
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       6 PM MON     40 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
POINT OF THE MOUNTAIN - 4750 FT          7 PM MON     52 MPH
FLIGHT PARK SOUTH - 5202 FT              7 PM MON     49 MPH
UNIVERSITY OF UTAH - 4806 FT             7 PM MON     48 MPH
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            7 PM MON     47 MPH
BURMESTER - 4219 FT                      7 PM MON     47 MPH
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT         7 PM MON     47 MPH
BACCUS HIGHWAY - 5172 FT                 7 PM MON     47 MPH
FLUX - 4219 FT                           6 PM MON     47 MPH
SALT LAKE MUNI 2 AIRPORT - 4603 FT       7 PM MON     46 MPH
STOCKTON BAR - 5161 FT                   7 PM MON     45 MPH
I-80 AT MP 78 - 4213 FT                  6 PM MON     45 MPH
I-15 AT 500 S - 4400 FT                  7 PM MON     44 MPH
TRANS-JORDAN LANDFILL - 5201 FT          7 PM MON     44 MPH
I-15 AT 2400 S - 4219 FT                 7 PM MON     43 MPH
MOUNTAIN VIEW AT JUNIPER - 4900 FT       7 PM MON     42 MPH
ERDA AIRPORT - 4360 FT                   7 PM MON     42 MPH
I-15 AT I-215 - 4407 FT                  7 PM MON     41 MPH
OPHIR STATION - 5561 FT                  7 PM MON     41 MPH
MOUNTAIN VIEW AT DANNON WAY - 4910 FT    7 PM MON     41 MPH
BLUFFDALE - 4700 FT                      7 PM MON     40 MPH

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4787 FT               7 PM MON     62 MPH
PIONEER CROSSING - 4650 FT               7 PM MON     42 MPH
TICKVILLE - 5191 FT                      7 PM MON     42 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
PROMONTORY POINT - 6926 FT               7 PM MON     72 MPH
SALT FLATS - 4265 FT                     7 PM MON     60 MPH
CAMEL BACK MTN - 5077 FT                 7 PM MON     59 MPH
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                   7 PM MON     59 MPH
I-80 AT GRASSEY - 4650 FT                7 PM MON     58 MPH
WHITE SAGE - 4363 FT                     7 PM MON     57 MPH
GUNNISON ISLAND - 4242 FT                6 PM MON     57 MPH
WENDOVER PORT OF ENTRY - 4227 FT         6 PM MON     57 MPH
NW DECON PAD - 4380 FT                   7 PM MON     56 MPH
DUGWAY - APG - 4291 FT                   7 PM MON     56 MPH
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT               6 PM MON     56 MPH
LOCOMOTIVE SPRINGS - 4242 FT             6 PM MON     56 MPH
INTERSTATE 80 - 4125 FT                  6 PM MON     56 MPH
I-80 AT MP 1 - 4270 FT                   6 PM MON     55 MPH
ENGLISH VILLAGE - 4788 FT                7 PM MON     54 MPH
UTTR THERMAL TREATMENT UNIT - 4915 FT    6 PM MON     54 MPH
WENDOVER PEAK - 5087 FT                  6 PM MON     54 MPH
GROOME - 4223 FT                         4 PM MON     53 MPH
V-GRID - 4226 FT                         7 PM MON     52 MPH
CEDAR MOUNTAIN - 4650 FT                 7 PM MON     51 MPH
LOWER CEDAR MTN - 4495 FT                7 PM MON     51 MPH
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT               4 PM MON     51 MPH
DITTO - 4345 FT                          7 PM MON     50 MPH
SR-30 AT CURLEW - 4766 FT                4 PM MON     49 MPH
PLAYA STATION - 4280 FT                  8 PM MON     48 MPH
BAKER LAB - 4294 FT                      8 PM MON     48 MPH
WEST OF WILDCAT MTN - 4259 FT            7 PM MON     48 MPH
I-80 AT MP 29 - 4125 FT                  6 PM MON     48 MPH
WEST GRANITE - 4403 FT                   8 PM MON     47 MPH
DURAND ROAD - 4538 FT                    8 PM MON     47 MPH
CAUSEWAY - 4246 FT                       7 PM MON     47 MPH
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                7 PM MON     47 MPH
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 6 PM MON     46 MPH
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        5 PM MON     46 MPH
TOWER GRID - 4346 FT                     8 PM MON     45 MPH
ARAGONITE - 5030 FT                      6 PM MON     45 MPH
WEST SALT FLATS - 4237 FT                7 PM MON     44 MPH
UPPER CEDAR MTN - 7052 FT                7 PM MON     44 MPH
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT                8 PM MON     43 MPH
CALLAO GATE - 4250 FT                    7 PM MON     43 MPH
CHAULK HILL - 5155 FT                    4 PM MON     43 MPH
CALLAO - 4530 FT                         8 PM MON     42 MPH
I-84 AT WHITES VALLEY - 5125 FT          5 PM MON     42 MPH
TARGET S - 4349 FT                       8 PM MON     41 MPH
ROMEO & CENTERLINE - 4308 FT             7 PM MON     41 MPH
JULIET ROAD - 4324 FT                    7 PM MON     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
I-84 AT DEVILS SLIDE - 5250 FT           7 PM MON     45 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OGDEN PEAK - 9570 FT                     7 PM MON     54 MPH
WASATCH HILLS - 6939 FT                  8 PM MON     43 MPH
WEBER CANYON POWER PLANT - 5801 FT       6 PM MON     41 MPH
SNOWBASIN-STRAW TOP - 8999 FT            8 PM MON     40 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
US-40 @ STARVATION - 5720 FT             4 PM MON     43 MPH

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
FLATTOP MOUNTAIN - 6120 FT               7 PM MON     51 MPH

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
BRIMSTONE RESERVOIR - 5620 FT            7 PM MON     41 MPH
PAROWAN - 5770 FT                        7 PM MON     40 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
DOG VALLEY - 6180 FT                     6 PM MON     44 MPH

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
I-15 AT BEAVER RIDGE - 6440 FT           6 PM MON     44 MPH
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      7 PM MON     42 MPH
UT-20 - 7910 FT                          5 PM MON     41 MPH
BRIAN HEAD 2S - 10472 FT                 6 PM MON     40 MPH

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
CHURCH BUTTE - 6743 FT                   6 PM MON     65 MPH
FORT BRIDGER WY - 7034 FT                7 PM MON     49 MPH
US 189 INTERCHANGE - 6978 FT             7 PM MON     43 MPH
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    7 PM MON     42 MPH
LEROY - 6886 FT                          7 PM MON     42 MPH
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         8 PM MON     41 MPH

$$


000
NOUS45 KSLC 150228 AAA
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
826 PM MDT MON JUL 14 2014

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS PRECIPITATION AND WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 800 PM.

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

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
SALT FLATS - 4265 FT                     8 PM MON     0.03
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        7 PM MON     0.03
NW DECON PAD - 4380 FT                   8 PM MON     0.02
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                    7 PM MON     0.02

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
SUNDANCE - MID MOUNTAIN - 7503 FT        7 PM MON     0.05

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
YELLOWSTONE DRAINAGE - 7800 FT           8 PM MON     0.82
WEST FORK BLACKSMITHS FORK - 9620 FT     5 PM MON     0.06
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        8 PM MON     0.04
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           8 PM MON     0.04

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      8 PM MON     0.19

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      7 PM MON     0.05
DUCHESNE - 5520 FT                       5 PM MON     0.03
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      7 PM MON     0.02

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
PAROWAN - 5770 FT                        8 PM MON     1.00
PAROWAN 10NW - 5820 FT                   5 PM MON     0.93
BRIMSTONE RESERVOIR - 5620 FT            7 PM MON     0.08
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        5 PM MON     0.02

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ST GEORGE - 2612 FT                      8 PM MON     0.02

...SOUTH CENTRAL UTAH...
KODACHROME BASIN PARK - 5810 FT          5 PM MON     0.06

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          7 PM MON     0.02

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              8 PM MON     0.40
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              7 PM MON     0.32
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 7 PM MON     0.06
ASSAY - 8100 FT                          8 PM MON     0.04
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      8 PM MON     0.02
POWERHOUSE NR VEYO - 4600 FT             5 PM MON     0.02

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT       7 PM MON     0.07

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

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
GREAT SALT LAKE MINERALS - 4212 FT       6 PM MON     49 MPH
W. OGDEN - 4222 FT                       6 PM MON     48 MPH
CENTERVILLE - 4220 FT                    7 PM MON     46 MPH
I-15 AT TREMONTON - 4295 FT              7 PM MON     43 MPH
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     7 PM MON     42 MPH
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                       6 PM MON     42 MPH
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                7 PM MON     41 MPH
LEGACY PARKWAY - 4215 FT                 7 PM MON     40 MPH
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       6 PM MON     40 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
POINT OF THE MOUNTAIN - 4750 FT          7 PM MON     52 MPH
FLIGHT PARK SOUTH - 5202 FT              7 PM MON     49 MPH
UNIVERSITY OF UTAH - 4806 FT             7 PM MON     48 MPH
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            7 PM MON     47 MPH
BURMESTER - 4219 FT                      7 PM MON     47 MPH
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT         7 PM MON     47 MPH
BACCUS HIGHWAY - 5172 FT                 7 PM MON     47 MPH
FLUX - 4219 FT                           6 PM MON     47 MPH
SALT LAKE MUNI 2 AIRPORT - 4603 FT       7 PM MON     46 MPH
STOCKTON BAR - 5161 FT                   7 PM MON     45 MPH
I-80 AT MP 78 - 4213 FT                  6 PM MON     45 MPH
I-15 AT 500 S - 4400 FT                  7 PM MON     44 MPH
TRANS-JORDAN LANDFILL - 5201 FT          7 PM MON     44 MPH
I-15 AT 2400 S - 4219 FT                 7 PM MON     43 MPH
MOUNTAIN VIEW AT JUNIPER - 4900 FT       7 PM MON     42 MPH
ERDA AIRPORT - 4360 FT                   7 PM MON     42 MPH
I-15 AT I-215 - 4407 FT                  7 PM MON     41 MPH
OPHIR STATION - 5561 FT                  7 PM MON     41 MPH
MOUNTAIN VIEW AT DANNON WAY - 4910 FT    7 PM MON     41 MPH
BLUFFDALE - 4700 FT                      7 PM MON     40 MPH

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4787 FT               7 PM MON     62 MPH
PIONEER CROSSING - 4650 FT               7 PM MON     42 MPH
TICKVILLE - 5191 FT                      7 PM MON     42 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
PROMONTORY POINT - 6926 FT               7 PM MON     72 MPH
SALT FLATS - 4265 FT                     7 PM MON     60 MPH
CAMEL BACK MTN - 5077 FT                 7 PM MON     59 MPH
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                   7 PM MON     59 MPH
I-80 AT GRASSEY - 4650 FT                7 PM MON     58 MPH
WHITE SAGE - 4363 FT                     7 PM MON     57 MPH
GUNNISON ISLAND - 4242 FT                6 PM MON     57 MPH
WENDOVER PORT OF ENTRY - 4227 FT         6 PM MON     57 MPH
NW DECON PAD - 4380 FT                   7 PM MON     56 MPH
DUGWAY - APG - 4291 FT                   7 PM MON     56 MPH
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT               6 PM MON     56 MPH
LOCOMOTIVE SPRINGS - 4242 FT             6 PM MON     56 MPH
INTERSTATE 80 - 4125 FT                  6 PM MON     56 MPH
I-80 AT MP 1 - 4270 FT                   6 PM MON     55 MPH
ENGLISH VILLAGE - 4788 FT                7 PM MON     54 MPH
UTTR THERMAL TREATMENT UNIT - 4915 FT    6 PM MON     54 MPH
WENDOVER PEAK - 5087 FT                  6 PM MON     54 MPH
GROOME - 4223 FT                         4 PM MON     53 MPH
V-GRID - 4226 FT                         7 PM MON     52 MPH
CEDAR MOUNTAIN - 4650 FT                 7 PM MON     51 MPH
LOWER CEDAR MTN - 4495 FT                7 PM MON     51 MPH
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT               4 PM MON     51 MPH
DITTO - 4345 FT                          7 PM MON     50 MPH
SR-30 AT CURLEW - 4766 FT                4 PM MON     49 MPH
BAKER LAB - 4294 FT                      8 PM MON     48 MPH
WEST OF WILDCAT MTN - 4259 FT            7 PM MON     48 MPH
I-80 AT MP 29 - 4125 FT                  6 PM MON     48 MPH
WEST GRANITE - 4403 FT                   8 PM MON     47 MPH
DURAND ROAD - 4538 FT                    8 PM MON     47 MPH
CAUSEWAY - 4246 FT                       7 PM MON     47 MPH
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                7 PM MON     47 MPH
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 6 PM MON     46 MPH
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        5 PM MON     46 MPH
ARAGONITE - 5030 FT                      6 PM MON     45 MPH
TOWER GRID - 4346 FT                     7 PM MON     44 MPH
UPPER CEDAR MTN - 7052 FT                7 PM MON     44 MPH
WEST SALT FLATS - 4237 FT                7 PM MON     44 MPH
CALLAO GATE - 4250 FT                    7 PM MON     43 MPH
PLAYA STATION - 4280 FT                  7 PM MON     43 MPH
CHAULK HILL - 5155 FT                    4 PM MON     43 MPH
CALLAO - 4530 FT                         8 PM MON     42 MPH
I-84 AT WHITES VALLEY - 5125 FT          5 PM MON     42 MPH
TARGET S - 4349 FT                       8 PM MON     41 MPH
ROMEO & CENTERLINE - 4308 FT             7 PM MON     41 MPH
JULIET ROAD - 4324 FT                    7 PM MON     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
I-84 AT DEVILS SLIDE - 5250 FT           7 PM MON     45 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OGDEN PEAK - 9570 FT                     7 PM MON     54 MPH
WASATCH HILLS - 6939 FT                  8 PM MON     43 MPH
WEBER CANYON POWER PLANT - 5801 FT       6 PM MON     41 MPH
SNOWBASIN-STRAW TOP - 8999 FT            8 PM MON     40 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
US-40 @ STARVATION - 5720 FT             4 PM MON     43 MPH

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
FLATTOP MOUNTAIN - 6120 FT               7 PM MON     51 MPH

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
BRIMSTONE RESERVOIR - 5620 FT            7 PM MON     41 MPH
PAROWAN - 5770 FT                        7 PM MON     40 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
DOG VALLEY - 6180 FT                     6 PM MON     44 MPH

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
I-15 AT BEAVER RIDGE - 6440 FT           6 PM MON     44 MPH
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      7 PM MON     42 MPH
UT-20 - 7910 FT                          5 PM MON     41 MPH
BRIAN HEAD 2S - 10472 FT                 6 PM MON     40 MPH

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
CHURCH BUTTE - 6743 FT                   6 PM MON     65 MPH
FORT BRIDGER WY - 7034 FT                7 PM MON     49 MPH
US 189 INTERCHANGE - 6978 FT             7 PM MON     43 MPH
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    7 PM MON     42 MPH
LEROY - 6886 FT                          7 PM MON     42 MPH
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         8 PM MON     41 MPH

$$


000
NOUS45 KSLC 150228 AAA
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
826 PM MDT MON JUL 14 2014

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS PRECIPITATION AND WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 800 PM.

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

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
SALT FLATS - 4265 FT                     8 PM MON     0.03
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        7 PM MON     0.03
NW DECON PAD - 4380 FT                   8 PM MON     0.02
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                    7 PM MON     0.02

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
SUNDANCE - MID MOUNTAIN - 7503 FT        7 PM MON     0.05

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
YELLOWSTONE DRAINAGE - 7800 FT           8 PM MON     0.82
WEST FORK BLACKSMITHS FORK - 9620 FT     5 PM MON     0.06
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        8 PM MON     0.04
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           8 PM MON     0.04

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      8 PM MON     0.19

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      7 PM MON     0.05
DUCHESNE - 5520 FT                       5 PM MON     0.03
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      7 PM MON     0.02

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
PAROWAN - 5770 FT                        8 PM MON     1.00
PAROWAN 10NW - 5820 FT                   5 PM MON     0.93
BRIMSTONE RESERVOIR - 5620 FT            7 PM MON     0.08
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        5 PM MON     0.02

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ST GEORGE - 2612 FT                      8 PM MON     0.02

...SOUTH CENTRAL UTAH...
KODACHROME BASIN PARK - 5810 FT          5 PM MON     0.06

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          7 PM MON     0.02

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              8 PM MON     0.40
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              7 PM MON     0.32
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 7 PM MON     0.06
ASSAY - 8100 FT                          8 PM MON     0.04
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      8 PM MON     0.02
POWERHOUSE NR VEYO - 4600 FT             5 PM MON     0.02

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT       7 PM MON     0.07

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

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
GREAT SALT LAKE MINERALS - 4212 FT       6 PM MON     49 MPH
W. OGDEN - 4222 FT                       6 PM MON     48 MPH
CENTERVILLE - 4220 FT                    7 PM MON     46 MPH
I-15 AT TREMONTON - 4295 FT              7 PM MON     43 MPH
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     7 PM MON     42 MPH
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                       6 PM MON     42 MPH
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                7 PM MON     41 MPH
LEGACY PARKWAY - 4215 FT                 7 PM MON     40 MPH
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       6 PM MON     40 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
POINT OF THE MOUNTAIN - 4750 FT          7 PM MON     52 MPH
FLIGHT PARK SOUTH - 5202 FT              7 PM MON     49 MPH
UNIVERSITY OF UTAH - 4806 FT             7 PM MON     48 MPH
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            7 PM MON     47 MPH
BURMESTER - 4219 FT                      7 PM MON     47 MPH
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT         7 PM MON     47 MPH
BACCUS HIGHWAY - 5172 FT                 7 PM MON     47 MPH
FLUX - 4219 FT                           6 PM MON     47 MPH
SALT LAKE MUNI 2 AIRPORT - 4603 FT       7 PM MON     46 MPH
STOCKTON BAR - 5161 FT                   7 PM MON     45 MPH
I-80 AT MP 78 - 4213 FT                  6 PM MON     45 MPH
I-15 AT 500 S - 4400 FT                  7 PM MON     44 MPH
TRANS-JORDAN LANDFILL - 5201 FT          7 PM MON     44 MPH
I-15 AT 2400 S - 4219 FT                 7 PM MON     43 MPH
MOUNTAIN VIEW AT JUNIPER - 4900 FT       7 PM MON     42 MPH
ERDA AIRPORT - 4360 FT                   7 PM MON     42 MPH
I-15 AT I-215 - 4407 FT                  7 PM MON     41 MPH
OPHIR STATION - 5561 FT                  7 PM MON     41 MPH
MOUNTAIN VIEW AT DANNON WAY - 4910 FT    7 PM MON     41 MPH
BLUFFDALE - 4700 FT                      7 PM MON     40 MPH

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4787 FT               7 PM MON     62 MPH
PIONEER CROSSING - 4650 FT               7 PM MON     42 MPH
TICKVILLE - 5191 FT                      7 PM MON     42 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
PROMONTORY POINT - 6926 FT               7 PM MON     72 MPH
SALT FLATS - 4265 FT                     7 PM MON     60 MPH
CAMEL BACK MTN - 5077 FT                 7 PM MON     59 MPH
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                   7 PM MON     59 MPH
I-80 AT GRASSEY - 4650 FT                7 PM MON     58 MPH
WHITE SAGE - 4363 FT                     7 PM MON     57 MPH
GUNNISON ISLAND - 4242 FT                6 PM MON     57 MPH
WENDOVER PORT OF ENTRY - 4227 FT         6 PM MON     57 MPH
NW DECON PAD - 4380 FT                   7 PM MON     56 MPH
DUGWAY - APG - 4291 FT                   7 PM MON     56 MPH
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT               6 PM MON     56 MPH
LOCOMOTIVE SPRINGS - 4242 FT             6 PM MON     56 MPH
INTERSTATE 80 - 4125 FT                  6 PM MON     56 MPH
I-80 AT MP 1 - 4270 FT                   6 PM MON     55 MPH
ENGLISH VILLAGE - 4788 FT                7 PM MON     54 MPH
UTTR THERMAL TREATMENT UNIT - 4915 FT    6 PM MON     54 MPH
WENDOVER PEAK - 5087 FT                  6 PM MON     54 MPH
GROOME - 4223 FT                         4 PM MON     53 MPH
V-GRID - 4226 FT                         7 PM MON     52 MPH
CEDAR MOUNTAIN - 4650 FT                 7 PM MON     51 MPH
LOWER CEDAR MTN - 4495 FT                7 PM MON     51 MPH
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT               4 PM MON     51 MPH
DITTO - 4345 FT                          7 PM MON     50 MPH
SR-30 AT CURLEW - 4766 FT                4 PM MON     49 MPH
BAKER LAB - 4294 FT                      8 PM MON     48 MPH
WEST OF WILDCAT MTN - 4259 FT            7 PM MON     48 MPH
I-80 AT MP 29 - 4125 FT                  6 PM MON     48 MPH
WEST GRANITE - 4403 FT                   8 PM MON     47 MPH
DURAND ROAD - 4538 FT                    8 PM MON     47 MPH
CAUSEWAY - 4246 FT                       7 PM MON     47 MPH
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                7 PM MON     47 MPH
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 6 PM MON     46 MPH
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        5 PM MON     46 MPH
ARAGONITE - 5030 FT                      6 PM MON     45 MPH
TOWER GRID - 4346 FT                     7 PM MON     44 MPH
UPPER CEDAR MTN - 7052 FT                7 PM MON     44 MPH
WEST SALT FLATS - 4237 FT                7 PM MON     44 MPH
CALLAO GATE - 4250 FT                    7 PM MON     43 MPH
PLAYA STATION - 4280 FT                  7 PM MON     43 MPH
CHAULK HILL - 5155 FT                    4 PM MON     43 MPH
CALLAO - 4530 FT                         8 PM MON     42 MPH
I-84 AT WHITES VALLEY - 5125 FT          5 PM MON     42 MPH
TARGET S - 4349 FT                       8 PM MON     41 MPH
ROMEO & CENTERLINE - 4308 FT             7 PM MON     41 MPH
JULIET ROAD - 4324 FT                    7 PM MON     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
I-84 AT DEVILS SLIDE - 5250 FT           7 PM MON     45 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OGDEN PEAK - 9570 FT                     7 PM MON     54 MPH
WASATCH HILLS - 6939 FT                  8 PM MON     43 MPH
WEBER CANYON POWER PLANT - 5801 FT       6 PM MON     41 MPH
SNOWBASIN-STRAW TOP - 8999 FT            8 PM MON     40 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
US-40 @ STARVATION - 5720 FT             4 PM MON     43 MPH

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
FLATTOP MOUNTAIN - 6120 FT               7 PM MON     51 MPH

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
BRIMSTONE RESERVOIR - 5620 FT            7 PM MON     41 MPH
PAROWAN - 5770 FT                        7 PM MON     40 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
DOG VALLEY - 6180 FT                     6 PM MON     44 MPH

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
I-15 AT BEAVER RIDGE - 6440 FT           6 PM MON     44 MPH
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      7 PM MON     42 MPH
UT-20 - 7910 FT                          5 PM MON     41 MPH
BRIAN HEAD 2S - 10472 FT                 6 PM MON     40 MPH

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
CHURCH BUTTE - 6743 FT                   6 PM MON     65 MPH
FORT BRIDGER WY - 7034 FT                7 PM MON     49 MPH
US 189 INTERCHANGE - 6978 FT             7 PM MON     43 MPH
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    7 PM MON     42 MPH
LEROY - 6886 FT                          7 PM MON     42 MPH
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         8 PM MON     41 MPH

$$



000
NOUS45 KSLC 150011
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
600 PM MDT MON JUL 14 2014

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS PRECIPITATION AND WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 500 PM.

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

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        5 PM MON     0.03
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                    5 PM MON     0.02

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
SUNDANCE - MID MOUNTAIN - 7503 FT        5 PM MON     0.05

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
YELLOWSTONE DRAINAGE - 7800 FT           5 PM MON     0.63
WEST FORK BLACKSMITHS FORK - 9620 FT     5 PM MON     0.06

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      5 PM MON     0.05
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      5 PM MON     0.02

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
PAROWAN 10NW - 5820 FT                   5 PM MON     0.93
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        5 PM MON     0.02

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ST GEORGE - 2612 FT                      5 PM MON     0.02

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          5 PM MON     0.02

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              5 PM MON     0.40
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              4 PM MON     0.15
POWERHOUSE NR VEYO - 4600 FT             5 PM MON     0.02

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

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT               4 PM MON     51 MPH
SR-30 AT CURLEW - 4766 FT                4 PM MON     49 MPH
GUNNISON ISLAND - 4242 FT                5 PM MON     47 MPH
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        5 PM MON     46 MPH
LOCOMOTIVE SPRINGS - 4242 FT             5 PM MON     45 MPH
CHAULK HILL - 5155 FT                    4 PM MON     43 MPH

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
UT-20 - 7910 FT                          5 PM MON     41 MPH

$$


000
NOUS45 KSLC 150011
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
600 PM MDT MON JUL 14 2014

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS PRECIPITATION AND WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 500 PM.

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

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        5 PM MON     0.03
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                    5 PM MON     0.02

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
SUNDANCE - MID MOUNTAIN - 7503 FT        5 PM MON     0.05

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
YELLOWSTONE DRAINAGE - 7800 FT           5 PM MON     0.63
WEST FORK BLACKSMITHS FORK - 9620 FT     5 PM MON     0.06

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      5 PM MON     0.05
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      5 PM MON     0.02

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
PAROWAN 10NW - 5820 FT                   5 PM MON     0.93
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        5 PM MON     0.02

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ST GEORGE - 2612 FT                      5 PM MON     0.02

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          5 PM MON     0.02

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              5 PM MON     0.40
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              4 PM MON     0.15
POWERHOUSE NR VEYO - 4600 FT             5 PM MON     0.02

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

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT               4 PM MON     51 MPH
SR-30 AT CURLEW - 4766 FT                4 PM MON     49 MPH
GUNNISON ISLAND - 4242 FT                5 PM MON     47 MPH
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        5 PM MON     46 MPH
LOCOMOTIVE SPRINGS - 4242 FT             5 PM MON     45 MPH
CHAULK HILL - 5155 FT                    4 PM MON     43 MPH

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
UT-20 - 7910 FT                          5 PM MON     41 MPH

$$



000
NOUS45 KPUB 142255
PNSPUB

ZCZC DENPNSPUB ALL
TTAA00 KPUB DDHHMM

COZ070-085-086-142353

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
453 PM MDT MON JUL 14 2014

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 88
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 62
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... .39
                    PEAK WIND GUST...37 MPH FROM THE
                    NORTHWEST AT 227 PM MDT.

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 83
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 55
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... .38
                    PEAK WIND GUST...51 MPH FROM THE SOUTHWEST
AT 220 PM MDT. 1/2 INCH HAIL AT THE AIRPORT.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 82
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 56
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... T


$$


000
NOUS45 KPUB 142255
PNSPUB

ZCZC DENPNSPUB ALL
TTAA00 KPUB DDHHMM

COZ070-085-086-142353

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
453 PM MDT MON JUL 14 2014

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 88
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 62
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... .39
                    PEAK WIND GUST...37 MPH FROM THE
                    NORTHWEST AT 227 PM MDT.

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 83
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 55
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... .38
                    PEAK WIND GUST...51 MPH FROM THE SOUTHWEST
AT 220 PM MDT. 1/2 INCH HAIL AT THE AIRPORT.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 82
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 56
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... T


$$



000
NOUS45 KGJT 141850
PNSGJT

NOUS45 KGJT DDHHMM
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
1250 PM MDT MON JUL 14 2014

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


WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH 24 HOUR AIRPORT STATIONS:

DURANGO,                                 0.10.


OFFICIAL CLIMATE STATIONS OF EASTERN UTAH:

CEDAR POINT,                             0.10.
HOVENWEEP NATIONAL MONUMENT,             0.17.
MONTICELLO #2,                           0.13.


$$


000
NOUS45 KGJT 141850
PNSGJT

NOUS45 KGJT DDHHMM
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
1250 PM MDT MON JUL 14 2014

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


WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH 24 HOUR AIRPORT STATIONS:

DURANGO,                                 0.10.


OFFICIAL CLIMATE STATIONS OF EASTERN UTAH:

CEDAR POINT,                             0.10.
HOVENWEEP NATIONAL MONUMENT,             0.17.
MONTICELLO #2,                           0.13.


$$



000
NOUS43 KMPX 141703
PNSMPX
MNZ041>045-047>070-073>078-082>085-091>093-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
1200 PM CDT MON JUL 14 2014

...MANKATO NOAA WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTER MAINTENANCE TODAY...

THE MANKATO NOAA WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTER WHICH SERVES A PORTION OF
SOUTH CENTRAL MINNESOTA WILL BE DOWN FOR MAINTENANCE PERIODICALLY
BETWEEN 1130 AM AND 2 PM TODAY.

WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE.

$$

MARGRAF





000
NOUS43 KMPX 141703
PNSMPX
MNZ041>045-047>070-073>078-082>085-091>093-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
1200 PM CDT MON JUL 14 2014

...MANKATO NOAA WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTER MAINTENANCE TODAY...

THE MANKATO NOAA WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTER WHICH SERVES A PORTION OF
SOUTH CENTRAL MINNESOTA WILL BE DOWN FOR MAINTENANCE PERIODICALLY
BETWEEN 1130 AM AND 2 PM TODAY.

WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE.

$$

MARGRAF






000
NOUS41 KCAR 141609
PNSCAR

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CARIBOU ME
1209 PM EDT MON JUL 14 2014

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICES IN NEW ENGLAND HAVE DECLARED
THE WEEK OF JULY 14TH THROUGH 18TH HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK. THIS
IS THE FIRST IN A SERIES OF FIVE PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENTS TO BE
ISSUED BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE IN CARIBOU, CONTAINING
INFORMATION ON HURRICANES AND HURRICANE SAFETY.

THE BASICS: TROPICAL CYCLONES, TROPICAL STORMS, AND HURRICANES

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, ALONG WITH A
COUNTER-CLOCKWISE 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 THE TROPICAL ATLANTIC OCEAN, THE CARIBBEAN SEA, OR  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 OF THE COUNTER-CLOCKWISE WIND CIRCULATION. IF THE
FAVORABLE CONDITIONS PERSIST FOR A SUFFICIENT AMOUNT OF TIME, THE
TROPICAL DISTURBANCE CAN STRENGTHEN INTO 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 GIVEN A
NAME. 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 KT) 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 KT).

  * HURRICANE - AN INTENSE TROPICAL WEATHER SYSTEM OF STRONG
    THUNDERSTORMS WITH A WELL-DEFINED SURFACE CIRCULATION AND
    MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS OF 74 MPH (64 KT) OR HIGHER. HURRICANES
    ARE ALSO CLASSIFIED INTO DIFFERENT CATEGORIES BASED ON STRENGTH.
    THIS WILL BE DISCUSSED FURTHER LATER IN THE WEEK.

A WELL-DEVELOPED HURRICANE CONSISTS OF AN EYE, AN EYEWALL, AND
SPIRAL BANDS OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS. IN THE EYE, THERE IS A
GENTLE SINKING MOTION IN THE ATMOSPHERE. THIS LEADS TO RELATIVELY
CALM WINDS AND 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 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 FRESHWATER FLOODING, AND
TORNADOES. THESE WILL BE DISCUSSED IN GREATER DETAIL LATER THIS WEEK.

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,
WITH AN AVERAGE OF 6 BECOMING HURRICANES EACH YEAR. DURING AN
AVERAGE THREE-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 CONTAINING 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 STORMS. THE NAME LISTS ARE AGREED UPON
AT INTERNATIONAL MEETINGS OF THE WORLD METEOROLOGICAL ORGANIZATION.
THE NAMES ALTERNATE BETWEEN MALE AND FEMALE. THEY 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 SIX-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.

HERE IS THE LIST OF NAMES THAT HAVE BEEN OR WILL BE USED FOR 2014.

ARTHUR      BERTHA      CRISTOBAL      DOLLY       EDOUARD
FAY         GONZALO     HANNA          ISAIAS      JOSEPHINE
KYLE        LAURA       MARCO          NANA        OMAR
PAULETTE    RENE        SALLY          TEDDY       VICKY
WILFRED

NOTE THAT THE LETTERS Q, U, X, Y, AND Z ARE NOT USED IN THE LIST.
THIS IS 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 (ALL LOWER-CASE):

HTTP://WWW.NHC.NOAA.GOV

$$

HASTINGS







000
NOUS41 KCAR 141609
PNSCAR

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CARIBOU ME
1209 PM EDT MON JUL 14 2014

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICES IN NEW ENGLAND HAVE DECLARED
THE WEEK OF JULY 14TH THROUGH 18TH HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK. THIS
IS THE FIRST IN A SERIES OF FIVE PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENTS TO BE
ISSUED BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE IN CARIBOU, CONTAINING
INFORMATION ON HURRICANES AND HURRICANE SAFETY.

THE BASICS: TROPICAL CYCLONES, TROPICAL STORMS, AND HURRICANES

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, ALONG WITH A
COUNTER-CLOCKWISE 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 THE TROPICAL ATLANTIC OCEAN, THE CARIBBEAN SEA, OR  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 OF THE COUNTER-CLOCKWISE WIND CIRCULATION. IF THE
FAVORABLE CONDITIONS PERSIST FOR A SUFFICIENT AMOUNT OF TIME, THE
TROPICAL DISTURBANCE CAN STRENGTHEN INTO 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 GIVEN A
NAME. 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 KT) 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 KT).

  * HURRICANE - AN INTENSE TROPICAL WEATHER SYSTEM OF STRONG
    THUNDERSTORMS WITH A WELL-DEFINED SURFACE CIRCULATION AND
    MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS OF 74 MPH (64 KT) OR HIGHER. HURRICANES
    ARE ALSO CLASSIFIED INTO DIFFERENT CATEGORIES BASED ON STRENGTH.
    THIS WILL BE DISCUSSED FURTHER LATER IN THE WEEK.

A WELL-DEVELOPED HURRICANE CONSISTS OF AN EYE, AN EYEWALL, AND
SPIRAL BANDS OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS. IN THE EYE, THERE IS A
GENTLE SINKING MOTION IN THE ATMOSPHERE. THIS LEADS TO RELATIVELY
CALM WINDS AND 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 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 FRESHWATER FLOODING, AND
TORNADOES. THESE WILL BE DISCUSSED IN GREATER DETAIL LATER THIS WEEK.

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,
WITH AN AVERAGE OF 6 BECOMING HURRICANES EACH YEAR. DURING AN
AVERAGE THREE-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 CONTAINING 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 STORMS. THE NAME LISTS ARE AGREED UPON
AT INTERNATIONAL MEETINGS OF THE WORLD METEOROLOGICAL ORGANIZATION.
THE NAMES ALTERNATE BETWEEN MALE AND FEMALE. THEY 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 SIX-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.

HERE IS THE LIST OF NAMES THAT HAVE BEEN OR WILL BE USED FOR 2014.

ARTHUR      BERTHA      CRISTOBAL      DOLLY       EDOUARD
FAY         GONZALO     HANNA          ISAIAS      JOSEPHINE
KYLE        LAURA       MARCO          NANA        OMAR
PAULETTE    RENE        SALLY          TEDDY       VICKY
WILFRED

NOTE THAT THE LETTERS Q, U, X, Y, AND Z ARE NOT USED IN THE LIST.
THIS IS 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 (ALL LOWER-CASE):

HTTP://WWW.NHC.NOAA.GOV

$$

HASTINGS








000
NOUS43 KSGF 141416
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-151416

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
916 AM CDT MON JUL 14 2014

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Benton    Edwards 6W             91  69   0.30
Barry     Roaring River SP       93  67   0.00
Dallas    Windyville 4nw                  1.00   Dense Fog
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            93  70   1.21
Morgan    Gravois Mills          90  67   0.02
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            95  70   0.23
Hickory   Pittsburg 4W                    0.40
Stone     Crane 4N               90  70   1.00
Ozark     Wasola 3S                       0.15
Morgan    Laurie 4W                       0.13
Webster   Seymour 1N                      0.85

$$





000
NOUS43 KSGF 141416
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-151416

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
916 AM CDT MON JUL 14 2014

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Benton    Edwards 6W             91  69   0.30
Barry     Roaring River SP       93  67   0.00
Dallas    Windyville 4nw                  1.00   Dense Fog
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            93  70   1.21
Morgan    Gravois Mills          90  67   0.02
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            95  70   0.23
Hickory   Pittsburg 4W                    0.40
Stone     Crane 4N               90  70   1.00
Ozark     Wasola 3S                       0.15
Morgan    Laurie 4W                       0.13
Webster   Seymour 1N                      0.85

$$






000
NOUS42 KMLB 141312
PNSMLB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MELBOURNE FL
900 AM EDT MON JUL 14 2014

...DAYTONA BEACH NOAA WEATHER RADIO REMAINS OUT OF SERVICE...

THE DAYTONA BEACH NOAA WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTER OPERATING ON A
FREQUENCY OF 162.400 MEGAHERTZ CONTINUES TO REMAIN OUT OF SERVICE.
WE CONTINUE TO WAIT FOR AN AT&T TECHNICIAN TO BE DISPATCHED OUT TO
THE SITE. TECHNICIANS WILL THEN CONTINUE TO TROUBLESHOOT AND TEST
THE RADIO CIRCUIT WHICH IS CAUSING THE OUTAGE. ADDITIONAL UPDATES
WILL BE SENT WHEN A RESOLUTION IS REACHED.

THIS TRANSMITTER WILL BE RETURNED TO SERVICE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.

THE DAYTONA BEACH TRANSMITTER SERVES
LAKE...BREVARD...ORANGE...SEMINOLE...PUTNAM...VOLUSIA...AND FLAGLER
COUNTIES.

HERE IS A LIST OF ALTERNATIVE TRANSMITTERS COVERING THE DAYTONA
BEACH LISTENING AREA:

162.425 MHZ IN PALATKA
162.500 MHZ IN SUMTERVILLE
162.475 MHZ IN ORLANDO
162.550 MHZ IN MELBOURNE

THE LATEST OFFICIAL NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
FORECASTS...WATCHES...WARNINGS...AND ADVISORIES CAN BE FOUND ONLINE
AT THE FOLLOWING WEB ADDRESS:

HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/MELBOURNE

$$

ULRICH





000
NOUS42 KMLB 141312
PNSMLB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MELBOURNE FL
900 AM EDT MON JUL 14 2014

...DAYTONA BEACH NOAA WEATHER RADIO REMAINS OUT OF SERVICE...

THE DAYTONA BEACH NOAA WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTER OPERATING ON A
FREQUENCY OF 162.400 MEGAHERTZ CONTINUES TO REMAIN OUT OF SERVICE.
WE CONTINUE TO WAIT FOR AN AT&T TECHNICIAN TO BE DISPATCHED OUT TO
THE SITE. TECHNICIANS WILL THEN CONTINUE TO TROUBLESHOOT AND TEST
THE RADIO CIRCUIT WHICH IS CAUSING THE OUTAGE. ADDITIONAL UPDATES
WILL BE SENT WHEN A RESOLUTION IS REACHED.

THIS TRANSMITTER WILL BE RETURNED TO SERVICE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.

THE DAYTONA BEACH TRANSMITTER SERVES
LAKE...BREVARD...ORANGE...SEMINOLE...PUTNAM...VOLUSIA...AND FLAGLER
COUNTIES.

HERE IS A LIST OF ALTERNATIVE TRANSMITTERS COVERING THE DAYTONA
BEACH LISTENING AREA:

162.425 MHZ IN PALATKA
162.500 MHZ IN SUMTERVILLE
162.475 MHZ IN ORLANDO
162.550 MHZ IN MELBOURNE

THE LATEST OFFICIAL NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
FORECASTS...WATCHES...WARNINGS...AND ADVISORIES CAN BE FOUND ONLINE
AT THE FOLLOWING WEB ADDRESS:

HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/MELBOURNE

$$

ULRICH





000
NOUS42 KMLB 141312
PNSMLB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MELBOURNE FL
900 AM EDT MON JUL 14 2014

...DAYTONA BEACH NOAA WEATHER RADIO REMAINS OUT OF SERVICE...

THE DAYTONA BEACH NOAA WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTER OPERATING ON A
FREQUENCY OF 162.400 MEGAHERTZ CONTINUES TO REMAIN OUT OF SERVICE.
WE CONTINUE TO WAIT FOR AN AT&T TECHNICIAN TO BE DISPATCHED OUT TO
THE SITE. TECHNICIANS WILL THEN CONTINUE TO TROUBLESHOOT AND TEST
THE RADIO CIRCUIT WHICH IS CAUSING THE OUTAGE. ADDITIONAL UPDATES
WILL BE SENT WHEN A RESOLUTION IS REACHED.

THIS TRANSMITTER WILL BE RETURNED TO SERVICE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.

THE DAYTONA BEACH TRANSMITTER SERVES
LAKE...BREVARD...ORANGE...SEMINOLE...PUTNAM...VOLUSIA...AND FLAGLER
COUNTIES.

HERE IS A LIST OF ALTERNATIVE TRANSMITTERS COVERING THE DAYTONA
BEACH LISTENING AREA:

162.425 MHZ IN PALATKA
162.500 MHZ IN SUMTERVILLE
162.475 MHZ IN ORLANDO
162.550 MHZ IN MELBOURNE

THE LATEST OFFICIAL NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
FORECASTS...WATCHES...WARNINGS...AND ADVISORIES CAN BE FOUND ONLINE
AT THE FOLLOWING WEB ADDRESS:

HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/MELBOURNE

$$

ULRICH





000
NOUS42 KMLB 141312
PNSMLB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MELBOURNE FL
900 AM EDT MON JUL 14 2014

...DAYTONA BEACH NOAA WEATHER RADIO REMAINS OUT OF SERVICE...

THE DAYTONA BEACH NOAA WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTER OPERATING ON A
FREQUENCY OF 162.400 MEGAHERTZ CONTINUES TO REMAIN OUT OF SERVICE.
WE CONTINUE TO WAIT FOR AN AT&T TECHNICIAN TO BE DISPATCHED OUT TO
THE SITE. TECHNICIANS WILL THEN CONTINUE TO TROUBLESHOOT AND TEST
THE RADIO CIRCUIT WHICH IS CAUSING THE OUTAGE. ADDITIONAL UPDATES
WILL BE SENT WHEN A RESOLUTION IS REACHED.

THIS TRANSMITTER WILL BE RETURNED TO SERVICE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.

THE DAYTONA BEACH TRANSMITTER SERVES
LAKE...BREVARD...ORANGE...SEMINOLE...PUTNAM...VOLUSIA...AND FLAGLER
COUNTIES.

HERE IS A LIST OF ALTERNATIVE TRANSMITTERS COVERING THE DAYTONA
BEACH LISTENING AREA:

162.425 MHZ IN PALATKA
162.500 MHZ IN SUMTERVILLE
162.475 MHZ IN ORLANDO
162.550 MHZ IN MELBOURNE

THE LATEST OFFICIAL NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
FORECASTS...WATCHES...WARNINGS...AND ADVISORIES CAN BE FOUND ONLINE
AT THE FOLLOWING WEB ADDRESS:

HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/MELBOURNE

$$

ULRICH





000
NOUS43 KGLD 141200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT MON JUL 14 2014

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

IN 2001, TORRENTIAL RAINFALL IN CHEYENNE COUNTY KANSAS CAUSED
FLOODING IN TERRACES AND FIELDS. WATER WAS EVIDENT OVER COUNTRY
ROADS.

$$






000
NOUS43 KGLD 141200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT MON JUL 14 2014

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

IN 2001, TORRENTIAL RAINFALL IN CHEYENNE COUNTY KANSAS CAUSED
FLOODING IN TERRACES AND FIELDS. WATER WAS EVIDENT OVER COUNTRY
ROADS.

$$







000
NOUS41 KGYX 141126
PNSGYX

MEZ007>009-012>014-018>028-NHZ001>010-013-014-151200

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY ME
0726 AM EDT MON JUL 14 2014

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED THE WEEK OF JULY 14TH
THROUGH 18TH, 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.

ARTHUR     BERTHA     CRISTOBAL  DOLLY      EDOUARD    FAY
GONZALO    HANNA      ISAIAS     JOSEPHINE  KYLE       LAURA
MARCO      NANA       OMAR       PAULETTE   RENE       SALLY
TEDDY      VICKY      WILFRED

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 KWBC 141052
PNSWSH

Technical Implementation Notice 14-30
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
652 AM EDT Mon Jul 14 2014

TO:       National Weather Service Offices (NWS)
          Federal Aviation Administration Customers (FAA)
          Family of Service Subscribers (FOS)
          Other Customers of NWS Aviation Forecasts

FROM:     Cyndie Abelman
          Chief, Aviation Services Branch

SUBJECT:  Implementation of Terminal Aerodrome Forecast (TAF)
          Service for: IXD, New Century AirCenter Airport
          Olathe, KS, Effective: September 30, 2014

NOTE:     The following changes have no impact on NOAA Weather
          Wire Service subscribers

Effective Tuesday, September 30, 2014, at 1800 Universal
Coordinated Time (UTC), the NWS office in Pleasant Hill will
begin TAF service for a new site. After that date, routine and
updated TAFs will be issued for this airport 24 hours a day.

NWS personnel/offices will need to add the following identifier
to their communications systems to receive the new TAF:

Airport Name                              WMO Heading   AWIPS ID
------------                              ----------    --------
New Century AirCenter Airport Olathe,KS   FTUS43 KEAX   TAFIXD

In addition, the new TAF will be added to the existing TAF
collectives below, which are transmitted to FAA personnel and
other external users.

WMO Headings available to the following customers:

FTUS80 KWBC   Non-FAA Domestic and Family of Services
FTUS90 KWBC   FAA Weather Message Switching Center and FAA
              Facilities
FTUS52 KWBC   Global Telecommunication System Customers

Holders of NWS Procedural Instruction 10-813 (Terminal Aerodrome
Forecasts) should make appropriate additions to the appendices.

For questions regarding these TAFs, please contact:

Julie Adolphson, Meteorologist in Charge
NWS Kansas City/Pleasant Hill, MO
1803 North 7 Highway
Pleasant Hill, MO 64080-9421
816-540-6021
julie.adolphson@noaa.gov

National Technical Implementation Notices are online at:

http://weather.gov/os/notif.htm

$$


000
NOUS41 KWBC 141052
PNSWSH

Technical Implementation Notice 14-30
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
652 AM EDT Mon Jul 14 2014

TO:       National Weather Service Offices (NWS)
          Federal Aviation Administration Customers (FAA)
          Family of Service Subscribers (FOS)
          Other Customers of NWS Aviation Forecasts

FROM:     Cyndie Abelman
          Chief, Aviation Services Branch

SUBJECT:  Implementation of Terminal Aerodrome Forecast (TAF)
          Service for: IXD, New Century AirCenter Airport
          Olathe, KS, Effective: September 30, 2014

NOTE:     The following changes have no impact on NOAA Weather
          Wire Service subscribers

Effective Tuesday, September 30, 2014, at 1800 Universal
Coordinated Time (UTC), the NWS office in Pleasant Hill will
begin TAF service for a new site. After that date, routine and
updated TAFs will be issued for this airport 24 hours a day.

NWS personnel/offices will need to add the following identifier
to their communications systems to receive the new TAF:

Airport Name                              WMO Heading   AWIPS ID
------------                              ----------    --------
New Century AirCenter Airport Olathe,KS   FTUS43 KEAX   TAFIXD

In addition, the new TAF will be added to the existing TAF
collectives below, which are transmitted to FAA personnel and
other external users.

WMO Headings available to the following customers:

FTUS80 KWBC   Non-FAA Domestic and Family of Services
FTUS90 KWBC   FAA Weather Message Switching Center and FAA
              Facilities
FTUS52 KWBC   Global Telecommunication System Customers

Holders of NWS Procedural Instruction 10-813 (Terminal Aerodrome
Forecasts) should make appropriate additions to the appendices.

For questions regarding these TAFs, please contact:

Julie Adolphson, Meteorologist in Charge
NWS Kansas City/Pleasant Hill, MO
1803 North 7 Highway
Pleasant Hill, MO 64080-9421
816-540-6021
julie.adolphson@noaa.gov

National Technical Implementation Notices are online at:

http://weather.gov/os/notif.htm

$$


000
NOUS41 KWBC 141052
PNSWSH

Technical Implementation Notice 14-30
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
652 AM EDT Mon Jul 14 2014

TO:       National Weather Service Offices (NWS)
          Federal Aviation Administration Customers (FAA)
          Family of Service Subscribers (FOS)
          Other Customers of NWS Aviation Forecasts

FROM:     Cyndie Abelman
          Chief, Aviation Services Branch

SUBJECT:  Implementation of Terminal Aerodrome Forecast (TAF)
          Service for: IXD, New Century AirCenter Airport
          Olathe, KS, Effective: September 30, 2014

NOTE:     The following changes have no impact on NOAA Weather
          Wire Service subscribers

Effective Tuesday, September 30, 2014, at 1800 Universal
Coordinated Time (UTC), the NWS office in Pleasant Hill will
begin TAF service for a new site. After that date, routine and
updated TAFs will be issued for this airport 24 hours a day.

NWS personnel/offices will need to add the following identifier
to their communications systems to receive the new TAF:

Airport Name                              WMO Heading   AWIPS ID
------------                              ----------    --------
New Century AirCenter Airport Olathe,KS   FTUS43 KEAX   TAFIXD

In addition, the new TAF will be added to the existing TAF
collectives below, which are transmitted to FAA personnel and
other external users.

WMO Headings available to the following customers:

FTUS80 KWBC   Non-FAA Domestic and Family of Services
FTUS90 KWBC   FAA Weather Message Switching Center and FAA
              Facilities
FTUS52 KWBC   Global Telecommunication System Customers

Holders of NWS Procedural Instruction 10-813 (Terminal Aerodrome
Forecasts) should make appropriate additions to the appendices.

For questions regarding these TAFs, please contact:

Julie Adolphson, Meteorologist in Charge
NWS Kansas City/Pleasant Hill, MO
1803 North 7 Highway
Pleasant Hill, MO 64080-9421
816-540-6021
julie.adolphson@noaa.gov

National Technical Implementation Notices are online at:

http://weather.gov/os/notif.htm

$$


000
NOUS41 KWBC 141052
PNSWSH

Technical Implementation Notice 14-30
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
652 AM EDT Mon Jul 14 2014

TO:       National Weather Service Offices (NWS)
          Federal Aviation Administration Customers (FAA)
          Family of Service Subscribers (FOS)
          Other Customers of NWS Aviation Forecasts

FROM:     Cyndie Abelman
          Chief, Aviation Services Branch

SUBJECT:  Implementation of Terminal Aerodrome Forecast (TAF)
          Service for: IXD, New Century AirCenter Airport
          Olathe, KS, Effective: September 30, 2014

NOTE:     The following changes have no impact on NOAA Weather
          Wire Service subscribers

Effective Tuesday, September 30, 2014, at 1800 Universal
Coordinated Time (UTC), the NWS office in Pleasant Hill will
begin TAF service for a new site. After that date, routine and
updated TAFs will be issued for this airport 24 hours a day.

NWS personnel/offices will need to add the following identifier
to their communications systems to receive the new TAF:

Airport Name                              WMO Heading   AWIPS ID
------------                              ----------    --------
New Century AirCenter Airport Olathe,KS   FTUS43 KEAX   TAFIXD

In addition, the new TAF will be added to the existing TAF
collectives below, which are transmitted to FAA personnel and
other external users.

WMO Headings available to the following customers:

FTUS80 KWBC   Non-FAA Domestic and Family of Services
FTUS90 KWBC   FAA Weather Message Switching Center and FAA
              Facilities
FTUS52 KWBC   Global Telecommunication System Customers

Holders of NWS Procedural Instruction 10-813 (Terminal Aerodrome
Forecasts) should make appropriate additions to the appendices.

For questions regarding these TAFs, please contact:

Julie Adolphson, Meteorologist in Charge
NWS Kansas City/Pleasant Hill, MO
1803 North 7 Highway
Pleasant Hill, MO 64080-9421
816-540-6021
julie.adolphson@noaa.gov

National Technical Implementation Notices are online at:

http://weather.gov/os/notif.htm

$$


000
NOUS45 KPSR 140712
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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PHOENIX AZ
1212 AM MST MON JUL 14 2014

...PHOENIX AND SURROUNDING AREAS RAINFALL REPORTS...

                                                      RAINFALL (IN)
LOCATION                                              1 HR     24 HR

PHOENIX SKY HARBOR             PHOENIX                TRACE     0.03

AHWATUKEE                      PHOENIX                0.00      0.31
ANTELOPE CREEK                 YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.04      0.04
APACHE JUNCTION FRS            APACHE JUNCTION        0.00      0.08
APACHE TRAIL                   APACHE JUNCTION        0.04      0.12
ASHER HILLS                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
ASU SOUTH                      TEMPE                  0.00      0.24
BELMONT MOUNTAINS              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.31
BENDER WASH                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
BLACK HILL                     YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.16      0.20
BLACK MOUNTAIN                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.16
BOX WASH                       MARICOPA COUNTY        0.43      0.43
BUCKEYE FRS #1                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.24      0.24
BUCKEYE FRS #2                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.43      0.43
BUCKEYE FRS #3                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.51      0.51
BUCKEYE RD. @ SR 85            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.43      0.43
BULLARD @ INDIAN SCHOOL        GOODYEAR               0.00      0.08
BULLDOG CANYON                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
BURTON TANK                    YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.12
CARRIAGE LANE PARK             MESA                   0.00      0.39
CASANDRO DAM                   WICKENBURG             0.16      0.16
CASANDRO WASH                  WICKENBURG             0.12      0.16
CENTENNIAL DIVIDE              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.12      0.16
CENTENNIAL NR AGUILA           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.16      0.16
CENTENNIAL WASH                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.08
CHANDLER @ ALMA SCHOOL         CHANDLER               0.00      0.35
CITY OF GLENDALE               GLENDALE               0.00      0.04
CLOUDBURST WASH                FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.04
COLTER @ EL MIRAGE             PHOENIX                0.00      0.20
CONSTELLATION ROAD             WICKENBURG             0.24      0.24
COOKS MESA                     YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.16      0.28
COYOTE WASH                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
CRUFF WASH                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.79      0.79
DEWEY                          YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.04
DURANGO COMPLEX                PHOENIX                0.00      0.08
DYSART DRAIN @ LAFB            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
EL MIRAGE DRAIN                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
ELLIOT @ HAWES RD.             MESA                   0.00      0.12
EMF @ ARIZONA AVE.             PINAL COUNTY           0.04      0.04
EMF @ BROADWAY                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
FIG SPRINGS                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.43
FITCH PARK                     MESA                   0.00      0.16
FLORENCE JUNCTION              PINAL COUNTY           0.04      0.04
FLYING E TANK                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.08
FLYING E WASH                  WICKENBURG             0.16      0.20
FOUNTAIN HILLS FD              FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.08
FOUR MILE WASH                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.16      0.24
FREESTONE BASIN                GILBERT                0.00      0.87
GATEWAY C.COLLEGE              PHOENIX                0.00      0.12
GILA @ ESTRELLA PKWY.          GOODYEAR               0.16      0.16
GILA @ MARICOPA RD             GILA RIVER IC          0.16      0.47
GILA @ OLBERG                  GILA RIVER IC          0.04      0.04
GILA R. @ 116TH AVE.           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.28
GILLESPIE DAM                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.31      0.31
GLADDEN                        MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.08
GOLDEN EAGLE BLVD.             FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.08
GRAND @ 27TH AVE.              PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
GRANITE REEF WASH              SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.04
GRASS WASH @ US 60             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.20      0.20
GUADALUPE CHANNEL              MESA                   0.00      0.20
GUADALUPE FRS                  PHOENIX                0.00      0.16
HARQUAHALA FRS                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.16
HARQUAHALA MTN.                LA PAZ COUNTY          0.00      0.35
HARTMAN WASH                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.12      0.16
HASSAYAMPA LANDFILL            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.47      0.47
HASSY R. @ I-10                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.20      0.20
HASSY R. @ US 60               WICKENBURG             0.24      0.24
HASSY R. @ WAGONER RD.         YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.04
HESPERUS DAM                   FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.08
I-10 @ 355TH AVE.              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.08
IBW @ MCKELLIPS RD.            SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.04
JEFFERSON @ 4TH AVE.           PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
KINGS RANCH                    PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.20
KLEINMAN PARK                  MESA                   0.04      0.24
LAVEEN BASIN                   PHOENIX                0.04      0.04
MAGMA FRS                      PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.04
MARICOPA MOUNTAINS             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
MARTINEZ CREEK                 YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.12      0.16
MARYLAND @ 27TH AVE.           PHOENIX                0.00      0.12
MARYVALE MUNI GOLF             PHOENIX                0.00      0.16
MCDOWELL MTN. PARK             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
MCDOWELL MTN. ROAD             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
MCMICKEN FLOODWAY              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
MESA TOWER                     MESA                   0.00      0.39
MID-MARTINEZ CREEK             YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.28
MOBILE                         MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
NEW RIVER @ GLENDALE           GLENDALE               0.00      0.08
NEW RIVER FIRE                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.43
NEW RIVER LANDFILL             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.24
NEW RIVER MESA                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
NORTH HEIGHTS DAM              FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.12
NW REGIONAL LANDFILL           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
OLD X-CUT @ MCDOWELL           PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
OSBORN @ 64TH ST.              SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.04
OUTLAW HILL                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
PAPAGO PARK                    PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
PECOS BASIN                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.16
PERRY PARK                     PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
POWDER HOUSE WASH              WICKENBURG             0.20      0.20
POWERLINE FLOODWAY             MESA                   0.00      0.08
PRICE DRAIN @ 202              MESA                   0.00      0.16
QUEEN CR. @ CAP                PINAL COUNTY           0.04      0.04
QUEEN CREEK LANDFILL           QUEEN CREEK            0.08      0.08
RAINBOW WASH                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.63      0.63
RITTENHOUSE FRS                PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.55
RITTER DAM                     YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.08      0.28
SEVEN SPRINGS                  YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.12
SKUNK CR. NR NEW R.            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.55
SMITH PEAK                     LA PAZ COUNTY          0.04      0.04
SOLS TANK                      YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.12      0.24
SOLS TRIB @ US 93              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.20      0.20
SOLS WASH @ SR 71              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.04
SOLS WASH NR MATTHIE           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
SOUTH MOUNTAIN PARK            PHOENIX                0.00      0.08
SOUTH MTN.PARK HQ              PHOENIX                0.01      0.07
SPOOKHILL BROWN                MESA                   0.00      0.04
STANTON                        YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.20
SUN VALLEY @ NORTHERN          BUCKEYE                0.67      0.67
SUNNYCOVE FRS                  WICKENBURG             0.12      0.12
SUNSET FRS                     WICKENBURG             0.16      0.16
SUNUP RANCH                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.24
TAT MOMOLIKOT DAM              PINAL COUNTY           0.04      0.04
THOMAS @ 48TH ST.              PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
TUTHILL @ RAY RD.              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
TWIN PEAKS                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.47      0.47
UPPER TIGER WASH               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.12      0.12
UPPER TRILBY WASH              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.20      0.20
UPPER WATERMAN WASH            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
VEKOL WASH                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.28
VULTURE MINE ROAD              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
WEBB MOUNTAIN                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.51      0.51
WEEKES WASH BASELINE           APACHE JUNCTION        0.00      0.04
WHITE TANK FRS 4               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.87
WICKENBURG AIRPORT             WICKENBURG             0.20      0.28
WILLIAMS FIELD ROAD            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
WOLVERINE PASS                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
WOOD TANK                      YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.16      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 140712
PNSPSR

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PHOENIX AZ
1212 AM MST MON JUL 14 2014

...PHOENIX AND SURROUNDING AREAS RAINFALL REPORTS...

                                                      RAINFALL (IN)
LOCATION                                              1 HR     24 HR

PHOENIX SKY HARBOR             PHOENIX                TRACE     0.03

AHWATUKEE                      PHOENIX                0.00      0.31
ANTELOPE CREEK                 YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.04      0.04
APACHE JUNCTION FRS            APACHE JUNCTION        0.00      0.08
APACHE TRAIL                   APACHE JUNCTION        0.04      0.12
ASHER HILLS                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
ASU SOUTH                      TEMPE                  0.00      0.24
BELMONT MOUNTAINS              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.31
BENDER WASH                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
BLACK HILL                     YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.16      0.20
BLACK MOUNTAIN                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.16
BOX WASH                       MARICOPA COUNTY        0.43      0.43
BUCKEYE FRS #1                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.24      0.24
BUCKEYE FRS #2                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.43      0.43
BUCKEYE FRS #3                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.51      0.51
BUCKEYE RD. @ SR 85            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.43      0.43
BULLARD @ INDIAN SCHOOL        GOODYEAR               0.00      0.08
BULLDOG CANYON                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
BURTON TANK                    YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.12
CARRIAGE LANE PARK             MESA                   0.00      0.39
CASANDRO DAM                   WICKENBURG             0.16      0.16
CASANDRO WASH                  WICKENBURG             0.12      0.16
CENTENNIAL DIVIDE              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.12      0.16
CENTENNIAL NR AGUILA           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.16      0.16
CENTENNIAL WASH                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.08
CHANDLER @ ALMA SCHOOL         CHANDLER               0.00      0.35
CITY OF GLENDALE               GLENDALE               0.00      0.04
CLOUDBURST WASH                FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.04
COLTER @ EL MIRAGE             PHOENIX                0.00      0.20
CONSTELLATION ROAD             WICKENBURG             0.24      0.24
COOKS MESA                     YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.16      0.28
COYOTE WASH                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
CRUFF WASH                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.79      0.79
DEWEY                          YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.04
DURANGO COMPLEX                PHOENIX                0.00      0.08
DYSART DRAIN @ LAFB            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
EL MIRAGE DRAIN                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
ELLIOT @ HAWES RD.             MESA                   0.00      0.12
EMF @ ARIZONA AVE.             PINAL COUNTY           0.04      0.04
EMF @ BROADWAY                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
FIG SPRINGS                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.43
FITCH PARK                     MESA                   0.00      0.16
FLORENCE JUNCTION              PINAL COUNTY           0.04      0.04
FLYING E TANK                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.08
FLYING E WASH                  WICKENBURG             0.16      0.20
FOUNTAIN HILLS FD              FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.08
FOUR MILE WASH                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.16      0.24
FREESTONE BASIN                GILBERT                0.00      0.87
GATEWAY C.COLLEGE              PHOENIX                0.00      0.12
GILA @ ESTRELLA PKWY.          GOODYEAR               0.16      0.16
GILA @ MARICOPA RD             GILA RIVER IC          0.16      0.47
GILA @ OLBERG                  GILA RIVER IC          0.04      0.04
GILA R. @ 116TH AVE.           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.28
GILLESPIE DAM                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.31      0.31
GLADDEN                        MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.08
GOLDEN EAGLE BLVD.             FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.08
GRAND @ 27TH AVE.              PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
GRANITE REEF WASH              SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.04
GRASS WASH @ US 60             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.20      0.20
GUADALUPE CHANNEL              MESA                   0.00      0.20
GUADALUPE FRS                  PHOENIX                0.00      0.16
HARQUAHALA FRS                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.16
HARQUAHALA MTN.                LA PAZ COUNTY          0.00      0.35
HARTMAN WASH                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.12      0.16
HASSAYAMPA LANDFILL            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.47      0.47
HASSY R. @ I-10                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.20      0.20
HASSY R. @ US 60               WICKENBURG             0.24      0.24
HASSY R. @ WAGONER RD.         YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.04
HESPERUS DAM                   FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.08
I-10 @ 355TH AVE.              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.08
IBW @ MCKELLIPS RD.            SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.04
JEFFERSON @ 4TH AVE.           PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
KINGS RANCH                    PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.20
KLEINMAN PARK                  MESA                   0.04      0.24
LAVEEN BASIN                   PHOENIX                0.04      0.04
MAGMA FRS                      PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.04
MARICOPA MOUNTAINS             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
MARTINEZ CREEK                 YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.12      0.16
MARYLAND @ 27TH AVE.           PHOENIX                0.00      0.12
MARYVALE MUNI GOLF             PHOENIX                0.00      0.16
MCDOWELL MTN. PARK             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
MCDOWELL MTN. ROAD             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
MCMICKEN FLOODWAY              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
MESA TOWER                     MESA                   0.00      0.39
MID-MARTINEZ CREEK             YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.28
MOBILE                         MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
NEW RIVER @ GLENDALE           GLENDALE               0.00      0.08
NEW RIVER FIRE                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.43
NEW RIVER LANDFILL             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.24
NEW RIVER MESA                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
NORTH HEIGHTS DAM              FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.12
NW REGIONAL LANDFILL           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
OLD X-CUT @ MCDOWELL           PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
OSBORN @ 64TH ST.              SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.04
OUTLAW HILL                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
PAPAGO PARK                    PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
PECOS BASIN                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.16
PERRY PARK                     PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
POWDER HOUSE WASH              WICKENBURG             0.20      0.20
POWERLINE FLOODWAY             MESA                   0.00      0.08
PRICE DRAIN @ 202              MESA                   0.00      0.16
QUEEN CR. @ CAP                PINAL COUNTY           0.04      0.04
QUEEN CREEK LANDFILL           QUEEN CREEK            0.08      0.08
RAINBOW WASH                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.63      0.63
RITTENHOUSE FRS                PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.55
RITTER DAM                     YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.08      0.28
SEVEN SPRINGS                  YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.12
SKUNK CR. NR NEW R.            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.55
SMITH PEAK                     LA PAZ COUNTY          0.04      0.04
SOLS TANK                      YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.12      0.24
SOLS TRIB @ US 93              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.20      0.20
SOLS WASH @ SR 71              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.04
SOLS WASH NR MATTHIE           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
SOUTH MOUNTAIN PARK            PHOENIX                0.00      0.08
SOUTH MTN.PARK HQ              PHOENIX                0.01      0.07
SPOOKHILL BROWN                MESA                   0.00      0.04
STANTON                        YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.20
SUN VALLEY @ NORTHERN          BUCKEYE                0.67      0.67
SUNNYCOVE FRS                  WICKENBURG             0.12      0.12
SUNSET FRS                     WICKENBURG             0.16      0.16
SUNUP RANCH                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.24
TAT MOMOLIKOT DAM              PINAL COUNTY           0.04      0.04
THOMAS @ 48TH ST.              PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
TUTHILL @ RAY RD.              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
TWIN PEAKS                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.47      0.47
UPPER TIGER WASH               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.12      0.12
UPPER TRILBY WASH              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.20      0.20
UPPER WATERMAN WASH            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
VEKOL WASH                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.28
VULTURE MINE ROAD              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
WEBB MOUNTAIN                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.51      0.51
WEEKES WASH BASELINE           APACHE JUNCTION        0.00      0.04
WHITE TANK FRS 4               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.87
WICKENBURG AIRPORT             WICKENBURG             0.20      0.28
WILLIAMS FIELD ROAD            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
WOLVERINE PASS                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
WOOD TANK                      YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.16      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 140712
PNSPSR

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PHOENIX AZ
1212 AM MST MON JUL 14 2014

...PHOENIX AND SURROUNDING AREAS RAINFALL REPORTS...

                                                      RAINFALL (IN)
LOCATION                                              1 HR     24 HR

PHOENIX SKY HARBOR             PHOENIX                TRACE     0.03

AHWATUKEE                      PHOENIX                0.00      0.31
ANTELOPE CREEK                 YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.04      0.04
APACHE JUNCTION FRS            APACHE JUNCTION        0.00      0.08
APACHE TRAIL                   APACHE JUNCTION        0.04      0.12
ASHER HILLS                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
ASU SOUTH                      TEMPE                  0.00      0.24
BELMONT MOUNTAINS              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.31
BENDER WASH                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
BLACK HILL                     YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.16      0.20
BLACK MOUNTAIN                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.16
BOX WASH                       MARICOPA COUNTY        0.43      0.43
BUCKEYE FRS #1                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.24      0.24
BUCKEYE FRS #2                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.43      0.43
BUCKEYE FRS #3                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.51      0.51
BUCKEYE RD. @ SR 85            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.43      0.43
BULLARD @ INDIAN SCHOOL        GOODYEAR               0.00      0.08
BULLDOG CANYON                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
BURTON TANK                    YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.12
CARRIAGE LANE PARK             MESA                   0.00      0.39
CASANDRO DAM                   WICKENBURG             0.16      0.16
CASANDRO WASH                  WICKENBURG             0.12      0.16
CENTENNIAL DIVIDE              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.12      0.16
CENTENNIAL NR AGUILA           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.16      0.16
CENTENNIAL WASH                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.08
CHANDLER @ ALMA SCHOOL         CHANDLER               0.00      0.35
CITY OF GLENDALE               GLENDALE               0.00      0.04
CLOUDBURST WASH                FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.04
COLTER @ EL MIRAGE             PHOENIX                0.00      0.20
CONSTELLATION ROAD             WICKENBURG             0.24      0.24
COOKS MESA                     YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.16      0.28
COYOTE WASH                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
CRUFF WASH                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.79      0.79
DEWEY                          YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.04
DURANGO COMPLEX                PHOENIX                0.00      0.08
DYSART DRAIN @ LAFB            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
EL MIRAGE DRAIN                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
ELLIOT @ HAWES RD.             MESA                   0.00      0.12
EMF @ ARIZONA AVE.             PINAL COUNTY           0.04      0.04
EMF @ BROADWAY                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
FIG SPRINGS                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.43
FITCH PARK                     MESA                   0.00      0.16
FLORENCE JUNCTION              PINAL COUNTY           0.04      0.04
FLYING E TANK                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.08
FLYING E WASH                  WICKENBURG             0.16      0.20
FOUNTAIN HILLS FD              FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.08
FOUR MILE WASH                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.16      0.24
FREESTONE BASIN                GILBERT                0.00      0.87
GATEWAY C.COLLEGE              PHOENIX                0.00      0.12
GILA @ ESTRELLA PKWY.          GOODYEAR               0.16      0.16
GILA @ MARICOPA RD             GILA RIVER IC          0.16      0.47
GILA @ OLBERG                  GILA RIVER IC          0.04      0.04
GILA R. @ 116TH AVE.           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.28
GILLESPIE DAM                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.31      0.31
GLADDEN                        MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.08
GOLDEN EAGLE BLVD.             FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.08
GRAND @ 27TH AVE.              PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
GRANITE REEF WASH              SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.04
GRASS WASH @ US 60             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.20      0.20
GUADALUPE CHANNEL              MESA                   0.00      0.20
GUADALUPE FRS                  PHOENIX                0.00      0.16
HARQUAHALA FRS                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.16
HARQUAHALA MTN.                LA PAZ COUNTY          0.00      0.35
HARTMAN WASH                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.12      0.16
HASSAYAMPA LANDFILL            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.47      0.47
HASSY R. @ I-10                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.20      0.20
HASSY R. @ US 60               WICKENBURG             0.24      0.24
HASSY R. @ WAGONER RD.         YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.04
HESPERUS DAM                   FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.08
I-10 @ 355TH AVE.              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.08
IBW @ MCKELLIPS RD.            SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.04
JEFFERSON @ 4TH AVE.           PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
KINGS RANCH                    PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.20
KLEINMAN PARK                  MESA                   0.04      0.24
LAVEEN BASIN                   PHOENIX                0.04      0.04
MAGMA FRS                      PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.04
MARICOPA MOUNTAINS             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
MARTINEZ CREEK                 YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.12      0.16
MARYLAND @ 27TH AVE.           PHOENIX                0.00      0.12
MARYVALE MUNI GOLF             PHOENIX                0.00      0.16
MCDOWELL MTN. PARK             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
MCDOWELL MTN. ROAD             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
MCMICKEN FLOODWAY              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
MESA TOWER                     MESA                   0.00      0.39
MID-MARTINEZ CREEK             YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.28
MOBILE                         MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
NEW RIVER @ GLENDALE           GLENDALE               0.00      0.08
NEW RIVER FIRE                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.43
NEW RIVER LANDFILL             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.24
NEW RIVER MESA                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
NORTH HEIGHTS DAM              FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.12
NW REGIONAL LANDFILL           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
OLD X-CUT @ MCDOWELL           PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
OSBORN @ 64TH ST.              SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.04
OUTLAW HILL                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
PAPAGO PARK                    PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
PECOS BASIN                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.16
PERRY PARK                     PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
POWDER HOUSE WASH              WICKENBURG             0.20      0.20
POWERLINE FLOODWAY             MESA                   0.00      0.08
PRICE DRAIN @ 202              MESA                   0.00      0.16
QUEEN CR. @ CAP                PINAL COUNTY           0.04      0.04
QUEEN CREEK LANDFILL           QUEEN CREEK            0.08      0.08
RAINBOW WASH                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.63      0.63
RITTENHOUSE FRS                PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.55
RITTER DAM                     YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.08      0.28
SEVEN SPRINGS                  YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.12
SKUNK CR. NR NEW R.            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.55
SMITH PEAK                     LA PAZ COUNTY          0.04      0.04
SOLS TANK                      YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.12      0.24
SOLS TRIB @ US 93              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.20      0.20
SOLS WASH @ SR 71              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.04
SOLS WASH NR MATTHIE           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
SOUTH MOUNTAIN PARK            PHOENIX                0.00      0.08
SOUTH MTN.PARK HQ              PHOENIX                0.01      0.07
SPOOKHILL BROWN                MESA                   0.00      0.04
STANTON                        YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.20
SUN VALLEY @ NORTHERN          BUCKEYE                0.67      0.67
SUNNYCOVE FRS                  WICKENBURG             0.12      0.12
SUNSET FRS                     WICKENBURG             0.16      0.16
SUNUP RANCH                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.24
TAT MOMOLIKOT DAM              PINAL COUNTY           0.04      0.04
THOMAS @ 48TH ST.              PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
TUTHILL @ RAY RD.              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
TWIN PEAKS                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.47      0.47
UPPER TIGER WASH               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.12      0.12
UPPER TRILBY WASH              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.20      0.20
UPPER WATERMAN WASH            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
VEKOL WASH                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.28
VULTURE MINE ROAD              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
WEBB MOUNTAIN                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.51      0.51
WEEKES WASH BASELINE           APACHE JUNCTION        0.00      0.04
WHITE TANK FRS 4               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.87
WICKENBURG AIRPORT             WICKENBURG             0.20      0.28
WILLIAMS FIELD ROAD            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
WOLVERINE PASS                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
WOOD TANK                      YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.16      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 140712
PNSPSR

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PHOENIX AZ
1212 AM MST MON JUL 14 2014

...PHOENIX AND SURROUNDING AREAS RAINFALL REPORTS...

                                                      RAINFALL (IN)
LOCATION                                              1 HR     24 HR

PHOENIX SKY HARBOR             PHOENIX                TRACE     0.03

AHWATUKEE                      PHOENIX                0.00      0.31
ANTELOPE CREEK                 YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.04      0.04
APACHE JUNCTION FRS            APACHE JUNCTION        0.00      0.08
APACHE TRAIL                   APACHE JUNCTION        0.04      0.12
ASHER HILLS                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
ASU SOUTH                      TEMPE                  0.00      0.24
BELMONT MOUNTAINS              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.31
BENDER WASH                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
BLACK HILL                     YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.16      0.20
BLACK MOUNTAIN                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.16
BOX WASH                       MARICOPA COUNTY        0.43      0.43
BUCKEYE FRS #1                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.24      0.24
BUCKEYE FRS #2                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.43      0.43
BUCKEYE FRS #3                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.51      0.51
BUCKEYE RD. @ SR 85            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.43      0.43
BULLARD @ INDIAN SCHOOL        GOODYEAR               0.00      0.08
BULLDOG CANYON                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
BURTON TANK                    YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.12
CARRIAGE LANE PARK             MESA                   0.00      0.39
CASANDRO DAM                   WICKENBURG             0.16      0.16
CASANDRO WASH                  WICKENBURG             0.12      0.16
CENTENNIAL DIVIDE              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.12      0.16
CENTENNIAL NR AGUILA           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.16      0.16
CENTENNIAL WASH                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.08
CHANDLER @ ALMA SCHOOL         CHANDLER               0.00      0.35
CITY OF GLENDALE               GLENDALE               0.00      0.04
CLOUDBURST WASH                FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.04
COLTER @ EL MIRAGE             PHOENIX                0.00      0.20
CONSTELLATION ROAD             WICKENBURG             0.24      0.24
COOKS MESA                     YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.16      0.28
COYOTE WASH                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
CRUFF WASH                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.79      0.79
DEWEY                          YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.04
DURANGO COMPLEX                PHOENIX                0.00      0.08
DYSART DRAIN @ LAFB            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
EL MIRAGE DRAIN                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
ELLIOT @ HAWES RD.             MESA                   0.00      0.12
EMF @ ARIZONA AVE.             PINAL COUNTY           0.04      0.04
EMF @ BROADWAY                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
FIG SPRINGS                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.43
FITCH PARK                     MESA                   0.00      0.16
FLORENCE JUNCTION              PINAL COUNTY           0.04      0.04
FLYING E TANK                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.08
FLYING E WASH                  WICKENBURG             0.16      0.20
FOUNTAIN HILLS FD              FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.08
FOUR MILE WASH                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.16      0.24
FREESTONE BASIN                GILBERT                0.00      0.87
GATEWAY C.COLLEGE              PHOENIX                0.00      0.12
GILA @ ESTRELLA PKWY.          GOODYEAR               0.16      0.16
GILA @ MARICOPA RD             GILA RIVER IC          0.16      0.47
GILA @ OLBERG                  GILA RIVER IC          0.04      0.04
GILA R. @ 116TH AVE.           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.28
GILLESPIE DAM                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.31      0.31
GLADDEN                        MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.08
GOLDEN EAGLE BLVD.             FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.08
GRAND @ 27TH AVE.              PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
GRANITE REEF WASH              SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.04
GRASS WASH @ US 60             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.20      0.20
GUADALUPE CHANNEL              MESA                   0.00      0.20
GUADALUPE FRS                  PHOENIX                0.00      0.16
HARQUAHALA FRS                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.16
HARQUAHALA MTN.                LA PAZ COUNTY          0.00      0.35
HARTMAN WASH                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.12      0.16
HASSAYAMPA LANDFILL            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.47      0.47
HASSY R. @ I-10                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.20      0.20
HASSY R. @ US 60               WICKENBURG             0.24      0.24
HASSY R. @ WAGONER RD.         YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.04
HESPERUS DAM                   FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.08
I-10 @ 355TH AVE.              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.08
IBW @ MCKELLIPS RD.            SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.04
JEFFERSON @ 4TH AVE.           PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
KINGS RANCH                    PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.20
KLEINMAN PARK                  MESA                   0.04      0.24
LAVEEN BASIN                   PHOENIX                0.04      0.04
MAGMA FRS                      PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.04
MARICOPA MOUNTAINS             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
MARTINEZ CREEK                 YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.12      0.16
MARYLAND @ 27TH AVE.           PHOENIX                0.00      0.12
MARYVALE MUNI GOLF             PHOENIX                0.00      0.16
MCDOWELL MTN. PARK             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
MCDOWELL MTN. ROAD             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
MCMICKEN FLOODWAY              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
MESA TOWER                     MESA                   0.00      0.39
MID-MARTINEZ CREEK             YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.28
MOBILE                         MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
NEW RIVER @ GLENDALE           GLENDALE               0.00      0.08
NEW RIVER FIRE                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.43
NEW RIVER LANDFILL             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.24
NEW RIVER MESA                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
NORTH HEIGHTS DAM              FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.12
NW REGIONAL LANDFILL           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
OLD X-CUT @ MCDOWELL           PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
OSBORN @ 64TH ST.              SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.04
OUTLAW HILL                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
PAPAGO PARK                    PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
PECOS BASIN                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.16
PERRY PARK                     PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
POWDER HOUSE WASH              WICKENBURG             0.20      0.20
POWERLINE FLOODWAY             MESA                   0.00      0.08
PRICE DRAIN @ 202              MESA                   0.00      0.16
QUEEN CR. @ CAP                PINAL COUNTY           0.04      0.04
QUEEN CREEK LANDFILL           QUEEN CREEK            0.08      0.08
RAINBOW WASH                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.63      0.63
RITTENHOUSE FRS                PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.55
RITTER DAM                     YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.08      0.28
SEVEN SPRINGS                  YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.12
SKUNK CR. NR NEW R.            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.55
SMITH PEAK                     LA PAZ COUNTY          0.04      0.04
SOLS TANK                      YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.12      0.24
SOLS TRIB @ US 93              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.20      0.20
SOLS WASH @ SR 71              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.04
SOLS WASH NR MATTHIE           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
SOUTH MOUNTAIN PARK            PHOENIX                0.00      0.08
SOUTH MTN.PARK HQ              PHOENIX                0.01      0.07
SPOOKHILL BROWN                MESA                   0.00      0.04
STANTON                        YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.20
SUN VALLEY @ NORTHERN          BUCKEYE                0.67      0.67
SUNNYCOVE FRS                  WICKENBURG             0.12      0.12
SUNSET FRS                     WICKENBURG             0.16      0.16
SUNUP RANCH                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.24
TAT MOMOLIKOT DAM              PINAL COUNTY           0.04      0.04
THOMAS @ 48TH ST.              PHOENIX                0.00      0.04
TUTHILL @ RAY RD.              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
TWIN PEAKS                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.47      0.47
UPPER TIGER WASH               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.12      0.12
UPPER TRILBY WASH              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.20      0.20
UPPER WATERMAN WASH            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
VEKOL WASH                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.28
VULTURE MINE ROAD              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.04
WEBB MOUNTAIN                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.51      0.51
WEEKES WASH BASELINE           APACHE JUNCTION        0.00      0.04
WHITE TANK FRS 4               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.87
WICKENBURG AIRPORT             WICKENBURG             0.20      0.28
WILLIAMS FIELD ROAD            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
WOLVERINE PASS                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
WOOD TANK                      YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.16      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 KFGZ 140430
PNSFGZ

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FLAGSTAFF AZ
928 PM MST SUN JUL 13 2014

...ISOLATED STRONG TO SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS OCCURRED LATE SUNDAY
AFTERNOON...

A FEW STRONG TO SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS DEVELOPED LATE SUNDAY AFTERNOON
OVER PORTIONS OF THE LITTLE COLORADO RIVER VALLEY AND EASTERN
MOGOLLON RIM.

AT 514 PM MST...A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING WAS ISSUED FOR THE
AREA NEAR CHEVELON BUTTE...AROUND 23 MILES SOUTH OF WINSLOW. RADAR
INDICATED THIS STORM WAS CAPABLE OF QUARTER SIZE HAIL AND WIND GUSTS
IN EXCESS OF 60 MPH.

AT 543 PM...ANOTHER SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING WAS ISSUED FOR A
STORM 4 TO 8 MILES NORTHWEST OF SNOWFLAKE. THIS STORM WAS CAPABLE OF
HALF DOLLAR SIZE HAIL AND WINDS IN EXCESS OF 60 MPH.

NO REPORTS OF SEVERE WEATHER HAVE BEEN RECEIVED FROM EITHER OF THESE
LOCATIONS...AS THE STORMS GENERALLY AFFECTED RURAL AREAS. IF YOU
OBSERVED SEVERE WEATHER...PLEASE RELAY YOUR REPORTS TO THE NATIONAL
WEATHER SERVICE AT WEATHER.GOV/FLAGSTAFF AND CLICKING SUBMIT REPORT
NEAR THE TOP LEFT SIDE OF THE PAGE.
$$
JJ






000
NOUS45 KPSR 140012
PNSPSR

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PHOENIX AZ
500 PM MST SUN JUL 13 2014

...PHOENIX AND SURROUNDING AREAS RAINFALL REPORTS...

                                                      RAINFALL (IN)
LOCATION                                              1 HR     24 HR
APACHE TRAIL                   APACHE JUNCTION        0.08      0.08
ASHER HILLS                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
ASU SOUTH                      TEMPE                  0.20      0.20
BULLDOG CANYON                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.12      0.12
BURTON TANK                    YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.04      0.04
CARRIAGE LANE PARK             MESA                   0.12      0.12
CHANDLER @ ALMA SCHOOL         CHANDLER               0.12      0.12
CLOUDBURST WASH                FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.04      0.04
DEWEY                          YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.08
FIG SPRINGS                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.39      0.39
FOUNTAIN HILLS FD              FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.08      0.08
FREESTONE BASIN                GILBERT                0.75      0.75
GOLDEN EAGLE BLVD.             FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.04      0.04
GRANITE REEF WASH              SCOTTSDALE             0.04      0.04
GUADALUPE CHANNEL              MESA                   0.04      0.04
HESPERUS DAM                   FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.08      0.08
KINGS RANCH                    PINAL COUNTY           0.08      0.20
KLEINMAN PARK                  MESA                   0.08      0.08
MCDOWELL MTN. PARK             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.12      0.12
MCDOWELL MTN. ROAD             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.12      0.12
MESA TOWER                     MESA                   0.16      0.16
MID-MARTINEZ CREEK             YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.24      0.24
NEW RIVER FIRE                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.39      0.43
NEW RIVER LANDFILL             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.20      0.20
NEW RIVER MESA                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
NORTH HEIGHTS DAM              FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.12      0.12
PECOS BASIN                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
POWERLINE FLOODWAY             MESA                   0.08      0.08
PRICE DRAIN @ 202              MESA                   0.08      0.08
RITTENHOUSE FRS                PINAL COUNTY           0.55      0.55
SEVEN SPRINGS                  YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.12
SKUNK CR. NR NEW R.            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.55      0.55
STANTON                        YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.20      0.20
SUNUP RANCH                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.24      0.24
WILLIAMS FIELD ROAD            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.20      0.20
WOLVERINE PASS                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.08

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 140012
PNSPSR

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PHOENIX AZ
500 PM MST SUN JUL 13 2014

...PHOENIX AND SURROUNDING AREAS RAINFALL REPORTS...

                                                      RAINFALL (IN)
LOCATION                                              1 HR     24 HR
APACHE TRAIL                   APACHE JUNCTION        0.08      0.08
ASHER HILLS                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
ASU SOUTH                      TEMPE                  0.20      0.20
BULLDOG CANYON                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.12      0.12
BURTON TANK                    YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.04      0.04
CARRIAGE LANE PARK             MESA                   0.12      0.12
CHANDLER @ ALMA SCHOOL         CHANDLER               0.12      0.12
CLOUDBURST WASH                FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.04      0.04
DEWEY                          YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.08
FIG SPRINGS                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.39      0.39
FOUNTAIN HILLS FD              FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.08      0.08
FREESTONE BASIN                GILBERT                0.75      0.75
GOLDEN EAGLE BLVD.             FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.04      0.04
GRANITE REEF WASH              SCOTTSDALE             0.04      0.04
GUADALUPE CHANNEL              MESA                   0.04      0.04
HESPERUS DAM                   FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.08      0.08
KINGS RANCH                    PINAL COUNTY           0.08      0.20
KLEINMAN PARK                  MESA                   0.08      0.08
MCDOWELL MTN. PARK             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.12      0.12
MCDOWELL MTN. ROAD             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.12      0.12
MESA TOWER                     MESA                   0.16      0.16
MID-MARTINEZ CREEK             YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.24      0.24
NEW RIVER FIRE                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.39      0.43
NEW RIVER LANDFILL             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.20      0.20
NEW RIVER MESA                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
NORTH HEIGHTS DAM              FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.12      0.12
PECOS BASIN                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
POWERLINE FLOODWAY             MESA                   0.08      0.08
PRICE DRAIN @ 202              MESA                   0.08      0.08
RITTENHOUSE FRS                PINAL COUNTY           0.55      0.55
SEVEN SPRINGS                  YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.12
SKUNK CR. NR NEW R.            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.55      0.55
STANTON                        YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.20      0.20
SUNUP RANCH                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.24      0.24
WILLIAMS FIELD ROAD            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.20      0.20
WOLVERINE PASS                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.08      0.08

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 KPUB 132306
PNSPUB

ZCZC DENPNSPUB ALL
TTAA00 KPUB DDHHMM

COZ070-085-086-140005

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
505 PM MDT SUN JUL 13 2014

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 83
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 63
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.15

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 79
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 58
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.39

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 85
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 53
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... T


$$



000
NOUS45 KPUB 132306
PNSPUB

ZCZC DENPNSPUB ALL
TTAA00 KPUB DDHHMM

COZ070-085-086-140005

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
505 PM MDT SUN JUL 13 2014

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 83
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 63
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.15

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 79
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 58
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.39

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 85
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 53
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... T


$$


000
NOUS42 KMLB 132252
PNSMLB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MELBOURNE FL
652 PM EDT SUN JUL 13 2014

...DAYTONA BEACH NOAA WEATHER RADIO REMAINS OUT OF SERVICE...

THE DAYTONA BEACH NOAA WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTER OPERATING ON A
FREQUENCY OF 162.400 MEGAHERTZ CONTINUES TO REMAIN OUT OF SERVICE
THROUGH TONIGHT. TECHNICIAN DISPATCH FROM AT&T IS SCHEDULED FOR
MONDAY MORNING. TECHNICIANS WILL THEN CONTINUE TO TROUBLESHOOT AND
TEST THE RADIO CIRCUIT WHICH IS CAUSING THE OUTAGE. ADDITIONAL
UPDATES WILL BE SENT WHEN A RESOLUTION IS REACHED.

THIS TRANSMITTER WILL BE RETURNED TO SERVICE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.

THE DAYTONA BEACH TRANSMITTER SERVES
LAKE...BREVARD...ORANGE...SEMINOLE...PUTNAM...VOLUSIA...AND FLAGLER
COUNTIES.

HERE IS A LIST OF ALTERNATIVE TRANSMITTERS COVERING THE DAYTONA
BEACH LISTENING AREA:

162.425 MHZ IN PALATKA
162.500 MHZ IN SUMTERVILLE
162.475 MHZ IN ORLANDO
162.550 MHZ IN MELBOURNE

THE LATEST OFFICIAL NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
FORECASTS...WATCHES...WARNINGS...AND ADVISORIES CAN BE FOUND ONLINE
AT THE FOLLOWING WEB ADDRESS:

HTTP://WWW.SRH.NOAA.GOV/MLB

$$

MOSES












000
NOUS42 KMLB 132252
PNSMLB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MELBOURNE FL
652 PM EDT SUN JUL 13 2014

...DAYTONA BEACH NOAA WEATHER RADIO REMAINS OUT OF SERVICE...

THE DAYTONA BEACH NOAA WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTER OPERATING ON A
FREQUENCY OF 162.400 MEGAHERTZ CONTINUES TO REMAIN OUT OF SERVICE
THROUGH TONIGHT. TECHNICIAN DISPATCH FROM AT&T IS SCHEDULED FOR
MONDAY MORNING. TECHNICIANS WILL THEN CONTINUE TO TROUBLESHOOT AND
TEST THE RADIO CIRCUIT WHICH IS CAUSING THE OUTAGE. ADDITIONAL
UPDATES WILL BE SENT WHEN A RESOLUTION IS REACHED.

THIS TRANSMITTER WILL BE RETURNED TO SERVICE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.

THE DAYTONA BEACH TRANSMITTER SERVES
LAKE...BREVARD...ORANGE...SEMINOLE...PUTNAM...VOLUSIA...AND FLAGLER
COUNTIES.

HERE IS A LIST OF ALTERNATIVE TRANSMITTERS COVERING THE DAYTONA
BEACH LISTENING AREA:

162.425 MHZ IN PALATKA
162.500 MHZ IN SUMTERVILLE
162.475 MHZ IN ORLANDO
162.550 MHZ IN MELBOURNE

THE LATEST OFFICIAL NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
FORECASTS...WATCHES...WARNINGS...AND ADVISORIES CAN BE FOUND ONLINE
AT THE FOLLOWING WEB ADDRESS:

HTTP://WWW.SRH.NOAA.GOV/MLB

$$

MOSES













000
NOUS45 KGJT 131936
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
136 PM MDT SUN JUL 13 2014

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

OFFICIAL CLIMATE STATIONS OF WESTERN COLORADO:

BLACK CANYON NATIONAL PARK,              0.40.


UNOFFICIAL STATIONS:

1 MILE NORTHEAST OF CLIFTON,             0.23
GOTHIC,                                  0.37.
2 MILES NORTH OF WOLCOTT,                0.12.
4 MILES NORTHEAST OF CEDAREDGE,          0.10.

$$



000
NOUS45 KGJT 131936
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
136 PM MDT SUN JUL 13 2014

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

OFFICIAL CLIMATE STATIONS OF WESTERN COLORADO:

BLACK CANYON NATIONAL PARK,              0.40.


UNOFFICIAL STATIONS:

1 MILE NORTHEAST OF CLIFTON,             0.23
GOTHIC,                                  0.37.
2 MILES NORTH OF WOLCOTT,                0.12.
4 MILES NORTHEAST OF CEDAREDGE,          0.10.

$$



000
NOUS45 KGJT 131936
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
136 PM MDT SUN JUL 13 2014

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

OFFICIAL CLIMATE STATIONS OF WESTERN COLORADO:

BLACK CANYON NATIONAL PARK,              0.40.


UNOFFICIAL STATIONS:

1 MILE NORTHEAST OF CLIFTON,             0.23
GOTHIC,                                  0.37.
2 MILES NORTH OF WOLCOTT,                0.12.
4 MILES NORTHEAST OF CEDAREDGE,          0.10.

$$



000
NOUS45 KGJT 131936
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
136 PM MDT SUN JUL 13 2014

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

OFFICIAL CLIMATE STATIONS OF WESTERN COLORADO:

BLACK CANYON NATIONAL PARK,              0.40.


UNOFFICIAL STATIONS:

1 MILE NORTHEAST OF CLIFTON,             0.23
GOTHIC,                                  0.37.
2 MILES NORTH OF WOLCOTT,                0.12.
4 MILES NORTHEAST OF CEDAREDGE,          0.10.

$$



000
NOUS45 KGJT 131844
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
1244 PM MDT SUN JUL 13 2014

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

OFFICIAL CLIMATE STATIONS OF WESTERN COLORADO:

BLACK CANYON NATIONAL PARK,              0.40.


UNOFFICIAL STATIONS:

GOTHIC,                                  0.37.
2 MILES NORTH OF WOLCOTT,                0.12.
4 MILES NORTHEAST OF CEDAREDGE,          0.10.

$$


000
NOUS45 KGJT 131844
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
1244 PM MDT SUN JUL 13 2014

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

OFFICIAL CLIMATE STATIONS OF WESTERN COLORADO:

BLACK CANYON NATIONAL PARK,              0.40.


UNOFFICIAL STATIONS:

GOTHIC,                                  0.37.
2 MILES NORTH OF WOLCOTT,                0.12.
4 MILES NORTHEAST OF CEDAREDGE,          0.10.

$$



000
NOUS45 KPUB 131540
PNSPUB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
934 AM MDT SUN JUL 13 2014


...LATEST 24 HOUR RAINFALL REPORTS...

LOCATION                       AMOUNT    TIME/DATE

...COLORADO...

...ALAMOSA...
GREAT SAND DUNES               0.26 IN   0744 AM 07/13
GREAT SAND DUNES NATL MON      0.16 IN   0800 AM 07/13
7 NW BLANCA PEAK               0.08 IN   0700 AM 07/13

...BACA...
11 W PRITCHETT                 0.38 IN   0800 AM 07/13
1 W WALSH                      0.09 IN   0800 AM 07/13
COMANCHE NATIONAL GRASSLAND    0.01 IN   0556 AM 07/13

...BENT...
7 W LAS ANIMAS                 1.82 IN   0915 AM 07/13
LAS ANIMAS                     1.40 IN   0830 AM 07/13
ADOBE RESERVOIR                0.32 IN   0900 AM 07/13
MUDDY CREEK BELOW MUDDY CREEK  0.23 IN   0845 AM 07/13

...CHAFFEE...
SAINT ELMO                     0.70 IN   0800 AM 07/13
3 W BUENA VISTA                0.37 IN   0923 AM 07/13
2 SE GRANITE                   0.17 IN   0700 AM 07/13
CLEAR CREEK RESERVOIR          0.16 IN   0845 AM 07/13
GRANITE                        0.16 IN   0845 AM 07/13
BUENA VISTA                    0.11 IN   0800 AM 07/13
2 E MAYSVILLE                  0.07 IN   0700 AM 07/13

...CONEJOS...
PLATORO RESERVOIR              0.37 IN   0900 AM 07/13
CUMBRES TRESTLE                0.30 IN   0800 AM 07/13
LILY POND                      0.30 IN   0800 AM 07/13
SAN ANTONIO RIVER              0.03 IN   0830 AM 07/13
4 NE SANFORD                   0.02 IN   0700 AM 07/13
4 NW SAN MIGUEL                0.02 IN   0858 AM 07/13

...COSTILLA...
TRINCHERA                      1.40 IN   0800 AM 07/13
UTE CREEK                      1.10 IN   0800 AM 07/13
CULEBRA #2                     0.50 IN   0800 AM 07/13
TRINCHERA CREEK                0.26 IN   0915 AM 07/13
UTE CREEK                      0.12 IN   0915 AM 07/13

...CROWLEY...
BOB CREEK                      1.32 IN   0915 AM 07/13

...CUSTER...
3 WNW SAN ISABEL               2.44 IN   0856 AM 07/13
1 N SAN ISABEL                 1.55 IN   0856 AM 07/13
5 N ROSITA                     0.95 IN   0800 AM 07/13
SOUTH COLONY                   0.70 IN   0800 AM 07/13
GRAPE CREEK                    0.33 IN   0915 AM 07/13
6 W WESTCLIFFE                 0.17 IN   0915 AM 07/13

...EL PASO...
6 SE AIR FORCE ACADEMY         3.93 IN   0700 AM 07/13
N ACADEMY AND BRIARGATE BLVD   3.62 IN   0620 AM 07/13
PINE CREEK BLW OLD RANCH RD    2.75 IN   0615 AM 07/13
7 NNE COLORADO SPRINGS         2.50 IN   0928 AM 07/13
7 SW BLACK FOREST              2.46 IN   0921 AM 07/13
5 SSW BLACK FOREST             2.26 IN   0855 AM 07/13
COLORADO SPRINGS FIRE STATION  2.20 IN   0800 AM 07/13
7 NNW PETERSON AFB             1.96 IN   0700 AM 07/13
US AIR FORCE ACADEMY           1.79 IN   0558 AM 07/13
2 W PETERSON AFB               1.49 IN   0923 AM 07/13
3 WNW BLACK FOREST             1.27 IN   0700 AM 07/13
2 ENE MONUMENT                 1.21 IN   0925 AM 07/13
4 SSE FOUNTAIN                 1.20 IN   0700 AM 07/13
1 SSE PALMER LAKE              1.16 IN   0928 AM 07/13
5 NNE COLORADO SPRINGS         1.15 IN   0700 AM 07/13
5 NNE COLORADO SPRINGS         1.08 IN   0928 AM 07/13
5 W FALCON                     1.07 IN   0923 AM 07/13
3 SSE GREENLAND                0.95 IN   0720 AM 07/13
3 N FALCON                     0.92 IN   0800 AM 07/13
4 NW BLACK FOREST              0.91 IN   0914 AM 07/13
6 NNE BLACK FOREST             0.87 IN   0733 AM 07/13
1 SW BLACK FOREST              0.84 IN   0926 AM 07/13
SULLIVAN PARK MET STATION AT F 0.83 IN   0835 AM 07/13
13 ENE PINON                   0.81 IN   0931 AM 07/13
5 N PETERSON AFB               0.81 IN   0924 AM 07/13
2 SSE BLACK FOREST             0.77 IN   0924 AM 07/13
3 W FOUNTAIN                   0.74 IN   0558 AM 07/13
7 N BLACK FOREST               0.73 IN   0921 AM 07/13
BLACK FOREST                   0.70 IN   0929 AM 07/13
2 N SECURITY                   0.68 IN   0600 AM 07/13
BLACK FOREST 6WNW              0.62 IN   0547 AM 07/13
4 NE AIR FORCE ACADEMY         0.61 IN   0700 AM 07/13
7 NNE ELLICOTT                 0.60 IN   0920 AM 07/13
4 ENE AIR FORCE ACADEMY        0.58 IN   0922 AM 07/13
6 ENE BLACK FOREST             0.56 IN   0925 AM 07/13
COLORADO SPRINGS MUNI          0.53 IN   0554 AM 07/13
2 ENE FOUNTAIN                 0.46 IN   0700 AM 07/13
UPPER WALDO CANYON MET ABV CAS 0.35 IN   0915 AM 07/13
6 NNW PEYTON                   0.33 IN   0920 AM 07/13
2 WNW PETERSON AFB             0.32 IN   0600 AM 07/13
UPPER QUEENS CANYON MET NEAR O 0.28 IN   0910 AM 07/13
SAND GULCH MET ABV CHIPITA PAR 0.28 IN   0855 AM 07/13
CHILCOTT DITCH NEAR FOUNTAIN   0.25 IN   0915 AM 07/13
2 ENE MANITOU SPRINGS          0.24 IN   0855 AM 07/13
4 E CRYSTOLA                   0.24 IN   0835 AM 07/13
DOUGLAS CREEK MET STATION ABOV 0.24 IN   0920 AM 07/13
LOWER WALDO CANYON MET ABV MAN 0.24 IN   0920 AM 07/13
4 NE MANITOU SPRINGS           0.23 IN   0815 AM 07/13
MONUMENT CREEK AT BIJOU STREET 0.23 IN   0845 AM 07/13
1 ESE MANITOU SPRINGS          0.23 IN   0700 AM 07/13
2 SW AIR FORCE ACADEMY         0.22 IN   0855 AM 07/13
5 S AIR FORCE ACADEMY          0.22 IN   0922 AM 07/13
MONUMENT CRK ABV WOODMEN ROAD  0.21 IN   0835 AM 07/13
4 SSE AIR FORCE ACADEMY        0.21 IN   0925 AM 07/13
UPPER WILLIAMS CANYON MET ABV  0.20 IN   0855 AM 07/13
MANITOU SPRINGS MET BELOW RUXT 0.20 IN   0915 AM 07/13
5 NNE MANITOU SPRINGS          0.20 IN   0928 AM 07/13
DOUGLAS CREEK MET STATION ABOV 0.19 IN   0920 AM 07/13
10 WSW FOUNTAIN                0.19 IN   0858 AM 07/13
COLORADO SPRINGS FIRE STATION  0.18 IN   0713 AM 07/13
3 SE MANITOU SPRINGS           0.18 IN   0930 AM 07/13
BEAR CRK                       0.16 IN   0855 AM 07/13
ROD AND GUN METEOROLOGIC STATI 0.16 IN   0830 AM 07/13
3 SW COLORADO SPRINGS          0.10 IN   0855 AM 07/13
2 SSW COLORADO SPRINGS         0.10 IN   0700 AM 07/13

...FREMONT...
5 SE TEXAS CREEK               2.05 IN   0700 AM 07/13
4 SSW CANON CITY               0.96 IN   0920 AM 07/13
6 NNE CANON CITY               0.87 IN   0838 AM 07/13
7 ESE TEXAS CREEK              0.48 IN   0849 AM 07/13
3 NW HILLSIDE                  0.32 IN   0700 AM 07/13
1 SSE CANON CITY               0.26 IN   0926 AM 07/13
2 S CANON CITY                 0.25 IN   0700 AM 07/13
3 NW HILLSIDE                  0.22 IN   0700 AM 07/13
6 SE FLORENCE                  0.18 IN   0719 AM 07/13
2 NNW PENROSE                  0.18 IN   0600 AM 07/13
2 S PENROSE                    0.11 IN   0915 AM 07/13
ARKANSAS RIVER                 0.02 IN   0915 AM 07/13
3 SW SWISSVALE                 0.01 IN   0834 AM 07/13

...HUERFANO...
9 W WALSENBURG                 1.35 IN   0700 AM 07/13
APISHAPA                       1.20 IN   0800 AM 07/13
HUERFANO RIVER                 0.99 IN   0915 AM 07/13
1 W WALSENBURG                 0.51 IN   0700 AM 07/13
WALSENBURG                     0.51 IN   0700 AM 07/13
5 NNW FARISITA                 0.50 IN   0800 AM 07/13
1 WNW LA VETA                  0.45 IN   0927 AM 07/13
8 NW GARDNER                   0.24 IN   0856 AM 07/13
7 NNE LA VETA                  0.20 IN   0916 AM 07/13

...KIOWA...
SHERIDAN LAKE 6E               0.65 IN   0800 AM 07/13
HASWELL                        0.12 IN   0600 AM 07/13

...LAKE...
LEADVILLE                      0.56 IN   0553 AM 07/13
5 NNE TWIN LAKES               0.32 IN   0908 AM 07/13
BRUMLEY                        0.30 IN   0800 AM 07/13
TURQUOISE LAKE (SUGARLOAF DAM) 0.17 IN   0900 AM 07/13
2 SE INDEPENDENCE PASS         0.04 IN   0915 AM 07/13

...LAS ANIMAS...
UPPER BENT CANYON MET STATION  1.96 IN   0835 AM 07/13
BENT CANYON CREEK AT MOUTH NEA 1.48 IN   0900 AM 07/13
BEAR SPRINGS HILLS MET STATION 1.38 IN   0830 AM 07/13
APISHAPA RVR                   0.93 IN   0700 AM 07/13
STOKES AP                      0.76 IN   0554 AM 07/13
4 E THATCHER                   0.54 IN   0923 AM 07/13
AGUILAR                        0.54 IN   0901 AM 07/13
LOCKWOOD CANYON CREEK NEAR THA 0.44 IN   0900 AM 07/13
TAYLOR ARROYO BLO ROCK CROSSIN 0.21 IN   0900 AM 07/13
VAN BREMER ARROYO              0.13 IN   0900 AM 07/13
6 ESE WESTON                   0.11 IN   0926 AM 07/13
TRINIDAD                       0.07 IN   0915 AM 07/13
PURGATOIRE RIVER               0.04 IN   0830 AM 07/13
1 W TRINIDAD                   0.04 IN   0901 AM 07/13
RATON CREEK ABOVE STARKVILLE   0.02 IN   0830 AM 07/13
COKEDALE                       0.01 IN   0925 AM 07/13

...MINERAL...
WOLF CREEK SNOTEL              0.50 IN   0800 AM 07/13
MIDDLE CREEK                   0.50 IN   0800 AM 07/13
UPPER SAN JUAN                 0.50 IN   0700 AM 07/13
SOUTH FORK RIO GRANDE BELOW CO 0.03 IN   0830 AM 07/13
GOOSE CREEK ABOVE HUMPHREYS RE 0.01 IN   0846 AM 07/13

...OTERO...
HIGBEE (NMIC2)                 4.78 IN   0600 AM 07/13
CHERAW                         2.94 IN   0700 AM 07/13
1 N CHERAW                     2.90 IN   0700 AM 07/13
SWINK                          2.61 IN   0700 AM 07/13
4 WSW SWINK                    2.50 IN   0800 AM 07/13
1 WNW ROCKY FORD               2.46 IN   0616 AM 07/13
LA JUNTA MUNICIPAL AIRPORT     2.23 IN   0553 AM 07/13
2 W CHERAW                     1.96 IN   0630 AM 07/13
1 S LA JUNTA                   1.96 IN   0700 AM 07/13

...PROWERS...
10 S HOLLY                     2.83 IN   0700 AM 07/13
HOLLY                          1.62 IN   0600 AM 07/13
3 SSE LAMAR                    1.20 IN   0800 AM 07/13
LAMAR                          0.98 IN   0700 AM 07/13
LAMAR MUNICIPAL AIRPORT        0.98 IN   0553 AM 07/13

...PUEBLO...
MOUNTAIN PARK ENVIRONMENTAL CE 3.65 IN   0800 AM 07/13
5 ESE WETMORE                  0.79 IN   0858 AM 07/13
3 NNW COLORADO CITY            0.74 IN   0927 AM 07/13
PUEBLO                         0.43 IN   0800 AM 07/13
1 W COLORADO CITY              0.40 IN   0857 AM 07/13
3 SSE COLORADO CITY            0.38 IN   0700 AM 07/13
12 E COLORADO CITY             0.34 IN   0600 AM 07/13
ARKANSAS RVR AT MOFFAT STREET  0.30 IN   0845 AM 07/13
1 ESE PUEBLO WEST              0.30 IN   0700 AM 07/13
PUEBLO RSVR COOP               0.30 IN   0700 AM 07/13
1 SSE PUEBLO WEST              0.30 IN   0927 AM 07/13
2 ENE PUEBLO WEST              0.26 IN   0600 AM 07/13
4 WNW PUEBLO WEST              0.23 IN   0600 AM 07/13
BOONE 9 NNW                    0.20 IN   0845 AM 07/13
PUEBLO                         0.15 IN   0553 AM 07/13
WFO PUEBLO                     0.11 IN   1200 AM 07/13

...RIO GRANDE...
GRAYBACK                       1.00 IN   0800 AM 07/13
11 SW MONTE VISTA              0.25 IN   0600 AM 07/13
5 W DEL NORTE                  0.04 IN   0845 AM 07/13

...SAGUACHE...
5 E VILLA GROVE                2.30 IN   0800 AM 07/13
SARGENTS MESA                  1.10 IN   0800 AM 07/13
MEDANO PASS                    1.00 IN   0800 AM 07/13
COCHETOPA PASS                 0.50 IN   0800 AM 07/13
17 S NORTH PASS                0.40 IN   0800 AM 07/13
3 N NORTH PASS                 0.10 IN   0857 AM 07/13
6 W SARGENTS                   0.04 IN   0922 AM 07/13
1 SE CRESTONE                  0.02 IN   1200 AM 07/13
INDIAN  SPRGS MET STATION NR G 0.02 IN   0845 AM 07/13
5 WSW NORTH PASS               0.01 IN   0700 AM 07/13
5 SE NORTH PASS                0.01 IN   0909 AM 07/13
KERBER CREEK NEAR VILLA GROVE  0.01 IN   0830 AM 07/13

...TELLER...
GLEN COVE                      1.20 IN   0800 AM 07/13
WOODLAND PARK                  0.74 IN   0930 AM 07/13
DIVIDE 4NW                     0.63 IN   0600 AM 07/13
7 NE LAKE GEORGE               0.63 IN   0908 AM 07/13
4 N WOODLAND PARK              0.62 IN   0923 AM 07/13
3 SE WESTCREEK                 0.60 IN   0854 AM 07/13
4 SE WESTCREEK                 0.59 IN   0908 AM 07/13
5 SW WESTCREEK                 0.55 IN   0908 AM 07/13
2 N WOODLAND PARK              0.45 IN   0800 AM 07/13
4 N FLORISSANT                 0.32 IN   0800 AM 07/13
3 N FLORISSANT                 0.31 IN   0930 AM 07/13
3 WSW WESTCREEK                0.20 IN   0908 AM 07/13
3 SW DIVIDE                    0.16 IN   0930 AM 07/13
8 SW WESTCREEK                 0.12 IN   0908 AM 07/13
5 W CRIPPLE CREEK              0.01 IN   0908 AM 07/13

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

$$

PJC


000
NOUS45 KPUB 131540
PNSPUB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
934 AM MDT SUN JUL 13 2014


...LATEST 24 HOUR RAINFALL REPORTS...

LOCATION                       AMOUNT    TIME/DATE

...COLORADO...

...ALAMOSA...
GREAT SAND DUNES               0.26 IN   0744 AM 07/13
GREAT SAND DUNES NATL MON      0.16 IN   0800 AM 07/13
7 NW BLANCA PEAK               0.08 IN   0700 AM 07/13

...BACA...
11 W PRITCHETT                 0.38 IN   0800 AM 07/13
1 W WALSH                      0.09 IN   0800 AM 07/13
COMANCHE NATIONAL GRASSLAND    0.01 IN   0556 AM 07/13

...BENT...
7 W LAS ANIMAS                 1.82 IN   0915 AM 07/13
LAS ANIMAS                     1.40 IN   0830 AM 07/13
ADOBE RESERVOIR                0.32 IN   0900 AM 07/13
MUDDY CREEK BELOW MUDDY CREEK  0.23 IN   0845 AM 07/13

...CHAFFEE...
SAINT ELMO                     0.70 IN   0800 AM 07/13
3 W BUENA VISTA                0.37 IN   0923 AM 07/13
2 SE GRANITE                   0.17 IN   0700 AM 07/13
CLEAR CREEK RESERVOIR          0.16 IN   0845 AM 07/13
GRANITE                        0.16 IN   0845 AM 07/13
BUENA VISTA                    0.11 IN   0800 AM 07/13
2 E MAYSVILLE                  0.07 IN   0700 AM 07/13

...CONEJOS...
PLATORO RESERVOIR              0.37 IN   0900 AM 07/13
CUMBRES TRESTLE                0.30 IN   0800 AM 07/13
LILY POND                      0.30 IN   0800 AM 07/13
SAN ANTONIO RIVER              0.03 IN   0830 AM 07/13
4 NE SANFORD                   0.02 IN   0700 AM 07/13
4 NW SAN MIGUEL                0.02 IN   0858 AM 07/13

...COSTILLA...
TRINCHERA                      1.40 IN   0800 AM 07/13
UTE CREEK                      1.10 IN   0800 AM 07/13
CULEBRA #2                     0.50 IN   0800 AM 07/13
TRINCHERA CREEK                0.26 IN   0915 AM 07/13
UTE CREEK                      0.12 IN   0915 AM 07/13

...CROWLEY...
BOB CREEK                      1.32 IN   0915 AM 07/13

...CUSTER...
3 WNW SAN ISABEL               2.44 IN   0856 AM 07/13
1 N SAN ISABEL                 1.55 IN   0856 AM 07/13
5 N ROSITA                     0.95 IN   0800 AM 07/13
SOUTH COLONY                   0.70 IN   0800 AM 07/13
GRAPE CREEK                    0.33 IN   0915 AM 07/13
6 W WESTCLIFFE                 0.17 IN   0915 AM 07/13

...EL PASO...
6 SE AIR FORCE ACADEMY         3.93 IN   0700 AM 07/13
N ACADEMY AND BRIARGATE BLVD   3.62 IN   0620 AM 07/13
PINE CREEK BLW OLD RANCH RD    2.75 IN   0615 AM 07/13
7 NNE COLORADO SPRINGS         2.50 IN   0928 AM 07/13
7 SW BLACK FOREST              2.46 IN   0921 AM 07/13
5 SSW BLACK FOREST             2.26 IN   0855 AM 07/13
COLORADO SPRINGS FIRE STATION  2.20 IN   0800 AM 07/13
7 NNW PETERSON AFB             1.96 IN   0700 AM 07/13
US AIR FORCE ACADEMY           1.79 IN   0558 AM 07/13
2 W PETERSON AFB               1.49 IN   0923 AM 07/13
3 WNW BLACK FOREST             1.27 IN   0700 AM 07/13
2 ENE MONUMENT                 1.21 IN   0925 AM 07/13
4 SSE FOUNTAIN                 1.20 IN   0700 AM 07/13
1 SSE PALMER LAKE              1.16 IN   0928 AM 07/13
5 NNE COLORADO SPRINGS         1.15 IN   0700 AM 07/13
5 NNE COLORADO SPRINGS         1.08 IN   0928 AM 07/13
5 W FALCON                     1.07 IN   0923 AM 07/13
3 SSE GREENLAND                0.95 IN   0720 AM 07/13
3 N FALCON                     0.92 IN   0800 AM 07/13
4 NW BLACK FOREST              0.91 IN   0914 AM 07/13
6 NNE BLACK FOREST             0.87 IN   0733 AM 07/13
1 SW BLACK FOREST              0.84 IN   0926 AM 07/13
SULLIVAN PARK MET STATION AT F 0.83 IN   0835 AM 07/13
13 ENE PINON                   0.81 IN   0931 AM 07/13
5 N PETERSON AFB               0.81 IN   0924 AM 07/13
2 SSE BLACK FOREST             0.77 IN   0924 AM 07/13
3 W FOUNTAIN                   0.74 IN   0558 AM 07/13
7 N BLACK FOREST               0.73 IN   0921 AM 07/13
BLACK FOREST                   0.70 IN   0929 AM 07/13
2 N SECURITY                   0.68 IN   0600 AM 07/13
BLACK FOREST 6WNW              0.62 IN   0547 AM 07/13
4 NE AIR FORCE ACADEMY         0.61 IN   0700 AM 07/13
7 NNE ELLICOTT                 0.60 IN   0920 AM 07/13
4 ENE AIR FORCE ACADEMY        0.58 IN   0922 AM 07/13
6 ENE BLACK FOREST             0.56 IN   0925 AM 07/13
COLORADO SPRINGS MUNI          0.53 IN   0554 AM 07/13
2 ENE FOUNTAIN                 0.46 IN   0700 AM 07/13
UPPER WALDO CANYON MET ABV CAS 0.35 IN   0915 AM 07/13
6 NNW PEYTON                   0.33 IN   0920 AM 07/13
2 WNW PETERSON AFB             0.32 IN   0600 AM 07/13
UPPER QUEENS CANYON MET NEAR O 0.28 IN   0910 AM 07/13
SAND GULCH MET ABV CHIPITA PAR 0.28 IN   0855 AM 07/13
CHILCOTT DITCH NEAR FOUNTAIN   0.25 IN   0915 AM 07/13
2 ENE MANITOU SPRINGS          0.24 IN   0855 AM 07/13
4 E CRYSTOLA                   0.24 IN   0835 AM 07/13
DOUGLAS CREEK MET STATION ABOV 0.24 IN   0920 AM 07/13
LOWER WALDO CANYON MET ABV MAN 0.24 IN   0920 AM 07/13
4 NE MANITOU SPRINGS           0.23 IN   0815 AM 07/13
MONUMENT CREEK AT BIJOU STREET 0.23 IN   0845 AM 07/13
1 ESE MANITOU SPRINGS          0.23 IN   0700 AM 07/13
2 SW AIR FORCE ACADEMY         0.22 IN   0855 AM 07/13
5 S AIR FORCE ACADEMY          0.22 IN   0922 AM 07/13
MONUMENT CRK ABV WOODMEN ROAD  0.21 IN   0835 AM 07/13
4 SSE AIR FORCE ACADEMY        0.21 IN   0925 AM 07/13
UPPER WILLIAMS CANYON MET ABV  0.20 IN   0855 AM 07/13
MANITOU SPRINGS MET BELOW RUXT 0.20 IN   0915 AM 07/13
5 NNE MANITOU SPRINGS          0.20 IN   0928 AM 07/13
DOUGLAS CREEK MET STATION ABOV 0.19 IN   0920 AM 07/13
10 WSW FOUNTAIN                0.19 IN   0858 AM 07/13
COLORADO SPRINGS FIRE STATION  0.18 IN   0713 AM 07/13
3 SE MANITOU SPRINGS           0.18 IN   0930 AM 07/13
BEAR CRK                       0.16 IN   0855 AM 07/13
ROD AND GUN METEOROLOGIC STATI 0.16 IN   0830 AM 07/13
3 SW COLORADO SPRINGS          0.10 IN   0855 AM 07/13
2 SSW COLORADO SPRINGS         0.10 IN   0700 AM 07/13

...FREMONT...
5 SE TEXAS CREEK               2.05 IN   0700 AM 07/13
4 SSW CANON CITY               0.96 IN   0920 AM 07/13
6 NNE CANON CITY               0.87 IN   0838 AM 07/13
7 ESE TEXAS CREEK              0.48 IN   0849 AM 07/13
3 NW HILLSIDE                  0.32 IN   0700 AM 07/13
1 SSE CANON CITY               0.26 IN   0926 AM 07/13
2 S CANON CITY                 0.25 IN   0700 AM 07/13
3 NW HILLSIDE                  0.22 IN   0700 AM 07/13
6 SE FLORENCE                  0.18 IN   0719 AM 07/13
2 NNW PENROSE                  0.18 IN   0600 AM 07/13
2 S PENROSE                    0.11 IN   0915 AM 07/13
ARKANSAS RIVER                 0.02 IN   0915 AM 07/13
3 SW SWISSVALE                 0.01 IN   0834 AM 07/13

...HUERFANO...
9 W WALSENBURG                 1.35 IN   0700 AM 07/13
APISHAPA                       1.20 IN   0800 AM 07/13
HUERFANO RIVER                 0.99 IN   0915 AM 07/13
1 W WALSENBURG                 0.51 IN   0700 AM 07/13
WALSENBURG                     0.51 IN   0700 AM 07/13
5 NNW FARISITA                 0.50 IN   0800 AM 07/13
1 WNW LA VETA                  0.45 IN   0927 AM 07/13
8 NW GARDNER                   0.24 IN   0856 AM 07/13
7 NNE LA VETA                  0.20 IN   0916 AM 07/13

...KIOWA...
SHERIDAN LAKE 6E               0.65 IN   0800 AM 07/13
HASWELL                        0.12 IN   0600 AM 07/13

...LAKE...
LEADVILLE                      0.56 IN   0553 AM 07/13
5 NNE TWIN LAKES               0.32 IN   0908 AM 07/13
BRUMLEY                        0.30 IN   0800 AM 07/13
TURQUOISE LAKE (SUGARLOAF DAM) 0.17 IN   0900 AM 07/13
2 SE INDEPENDENCE PASS         0.04 IN   0915 AM 07/13

...LAS ANIMAS...
UPPER BENT CANYON MET STATION  1.96 IN   0835 AM 07/13
BENT CANYON CREEK AT MOUTH NEA 1.48 IN   0900 AM 07/13
BEAR SPRINGS HILLS MET STATION 1.38 IN   0830 AM 07/13
APISHAPA RVR                   0.93 IN   0700 AM 07/13
STOKES AP                      0.76 IN   0554 AM 07/13
4 E THATCHER                   0.54 IN   0923 AM 07/13
AGUILAR                        0.54 IN   0901 AM 07/13
LOCKWOOD CANYON CREEK NEAR THA 0.44 IN   0900 AM 07/13
TAYLOR ARROYO BLO ROCK CROSSIN 0.21 IN   0900 AM 07/13
VAN BREMER ARROYO              0.13 IN   0900 AM 07/13
6 ESE WESTON                   0.11 IN   0926 AM 07/13
TRINIDAD                       0.07 IN   0915 AM 07/13
PURGATOIRE RIVER               0.04 IN   0830 AM 07/13
1 W TRINIDAD                   0.04 IN   0901 AM 07/13
RATON CREEK ABOVE STARKVILLE   0.02 IN   0830 AM 07/13
COKEDALE                       0.01 IN   0925 AM 07/13

...MINERAL...
WOLF CREEK SNOTEL              0.50 IN   0800 AM 07/13
MIDDLE CREEK                   0.50 IN   0800 AM 07/13
UPPER SAN JUAN                 0.50 IN   0700 AM 07/13
SOUTH FORK RIO GRANDE BELOW CO 0.03 IN   0830 AM 07/13
GOOSE CREEK ABOVE HUMPHREYS RE 0.01 IN   0846 AM 07/13

...OTERO...
HIGBEE (NMIC2)                 4.78 IN   0600 AM 07/13
CHERAW                         2.94 IN   0700 AM 07/13
1 N CHERAW                     2.90 IN   0700 AM 07/13
SWINK                          2.61 IN   0700 AM 07/13
4 WSW SWINK                    2.50 IN   0800 AM 07/13
1 WNW ROCKY FORD               2.46 IN   0616 AM 07/13
LA JUNTA MUNICIPAL AIRPORT     2.23 IN   0553 AM 07/13
2 W CHERAW                     1.96 IN   0630 AM 07/13
1 S LA JUNTA                   1.96 IN   0700 AM 07/13

...PROWERS...
10 S HOLLY                     2.83 IN   0700 AM 07/13
HOLLY                          1.62 IN   0600 AM 07/13
3 SSE LAMAR                    1.20 IN   0800 AM 07/13
LAMAR                          0.98 IN   0700 AM 07/13
LAMAR MUNICIPAL AIRPORT        0.98 IN   0553 AM 07/13

...PUEBLO...
MOUNTAIN PARK ENVIRONMENTAL CE 3.65 IN   0800 AM 07/13
5 ESE WETMORE                  0.79 IN   0858 AM 07/13
3 NNW COLORADO CITY            0.74 IN   0927 AM 07/13
PUEBLO                         0.43 IN   0800 AM 07/13
1 W COLORADO CITY              0.40 IN   0857 AM 07/13
3 SSE COLORADO CITY            0.38 IN   0700 AM 07/13
12 E COLORADO CITY             0.34 IN   0600 AM 07/13
ARKANSAS RVR AT MOFFAT STREET  0.30 IN   0845 AM 07/13
1 ESE PUEBLO WEST              0.30 IN   0700 AM 07/13
PUEBLO RSVR COOP               0.30 IN   0700 AM 07/13
1 SSE PUEBLO WEST              0.30 IN   0927 AM 07/13
2 ENE PUEBLO WEST              0.26 IN   0600 AM 07/13
4 WNW PUEBLO WEST              0.23 IN   0600 AM 07/13
BOONE 9 NNW                    0.20 IN   0845 AM 07/13
PUEBLO                         0.15 IN   0553 AM 07/13
WFO PUEBLO                     0.11 IN   1200 AM 07/13

...RIO GRANDE...
GRAYBACK                       1.00 IN   0800 AM 07/13
11 SW MONTE VISTA              0.25 IN   0600 AM 07/13
5 W DEL NORTE                  0.04 IN   0845 AM 07/13

...SAGUACHE...
5 E VILLA GROVE                2.30 IN   0800 AM 07/13
SARGENTS MESA                  1.10 IN   0800 AM 07/13
MEDANO PASS                    1.00 IN   0800 AM 07/13
COCHETOPA PASS                 0.50 IN   0800 AM 07/13
17 S NORTH PASS                0.40 IN   0800 AM 07/13
3 N NORTH PASS                 0.10 IN   0857 AM 07/13
6 W SARGENTS                   0.04 IN   0922 AM 07/13
1 SE CRESTONE                  0.02 IN   1200 AM 07/13
INDIAN  SPRGS MET STATION NR G 0.02 IN   0845 AM 07/13
5 WSW NORTH PASS               0.01 IN   0700 AM 07/13
5 SE NORTH PASS                0.01 IN   0909 AM 07/13
KERBER CREEK NEAR VILLA GROVE  0.01 IN   0830 AM 07/13

...TELLER...
GLEN COVE                      1.20 IN   0800 AM 07/13
WOODLAND PARK                  0.74 IN   0930 AM 07/13
DIVIDE 4NW                     0.63 IN   0600 AM 07/13
7 NE LAKE GEORGE               0.63 IN   0908 AM 07/13
4 N WOODLAND PARK              0.62 IN   0923 AM 07/13
3 SE WESTCREEK                 0.60 IN   0854 AM 07/13
4 SE WESTCREEK                 0.59 IN   0908 AM 07/13
5 SW WESTCREEK                 0.55 IN   0908 AM 07/13
2 N WOODLAND PARK              0.45 IN   0800 AM 07/13
4 N FLORISSANT                 0.32 IN   0800 AM 07/13
3 N FLORISSANT                 0.31 IN   0930 AM 07/13
3 WSW WESTCREEK                0.20 IN   0908 AM 07/13
3 SW DIVIDE                    0.16 IN   0930 AM 07/13
8 SW WESTCREEK                 0.12 IN   0908 AM 07/13
5 W CRIPPLE CREEK              0.01 IN   0908 AM 07/13

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

$$

PJC


000
NOUS45 KPUB 131540
PNSPUB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
934 AM MDT SUN JUL 13 2014


...LATEST 24 HOUR RAINFALL REPORTS...

LOCATION                       AMOUNT    TIME/DATE

...COLORADO...

...ALAMOSA...
GREAT SAND DUNES               0.26 IN   0744 AM 07/13
GREAT SAND DUNES NATL MON      0.16 IN   0800 AM 07/13
7 NW BLANCA PEAK               0.08 IN   0700 AM 07/13

...BACA...
11 W PRITCHETT                 0.38 IN   0800 AM 07/13
1 W WALSH                      0.09 IN   0800 AM 07/13
COMANCHE NATIONAL GRASSLAND    0.01 IN   0556 AM 07/13

...BENT...
7 W LAS ANIMAS                 1.82 IN   0915 AM 07/13
LAS ANIMAS                     1.40 IN   0830 AM 07/13
ADOBE RESERVOIR                0.32 IN   0900 AM 07/13
MUDDY CREEK BELOW MUDDY CREEK  0.23 IN   0845 AM 07/13

...CHAFFEE...
SAINT ELMO                     0.70 IN   0800 AM 07/13
3 W BUENA VISTA                0.37 IN   0923 AM 07/13
2 SE GRANITE                   0.17 IN   0700 AM 07/13
CLEAR CREEK RESERVOIR          0.16 IN   0845 AM 07/13
GRANITE                        0.16 IN   0845 AM 07/13
BUENA VISTA                    0.11 IN   0800 AM 07/13
2 E MAYSVILLE                  0.07 IN   0700 AM 07/13

...CONEJOS...
PLATORO RESERVOIR              0.37 IN   0900 AM 07/13
CUMBRES TRESTLE                0.30 IN   0800 AM 07/13
LILY POND                      0.30 IN   0800 AM 07/13
SAN ANTONIO RIVER              0.03 IN   0830 AM 07/13
4 NE SANFORD                   0.02 IN   0700 AM 07/13
4 NW SAN MIGUEL                0.02 IN   0858 AM 07/13

...COSTILLA...
TRINCHERA                      1.40 IN   0800 AM 07/13
UTE CREEK                      1.10 IN   0800 AM 07/13
CULEBRA #2                     0.50 IN   0800 AM 07/13
TRINCHERA CREEK                0.26 IN   0915 AM 07/13
UTE CREEK                      0.12 IN   0915 AM 07/13

...CROWLEY...
BOB CREEK                      1.32 IN   0915 AM 07/13

...CUSTER...
3 WNW SAN ISABEL               2.44 IN   0856 AM 07/13
1 N SAN ISABEL                 1.55 IN   0856 AM 07/13
5 N ROSITA                     0.95 IN   0800 AM 07/13
SOUTH COLONY                   0.70 IN   0800 AM 07/13
GRAPE CREEK                    0.33 IN   0915 AM 07/13
6 W WESTCLIFFE                 0.17 IN   0915 AM 07/13

...EL PASO...
6 SE AIR FORCE ACADEMY         3.93 IN   0700 AM 07/13
N ACADEMY AND BRIARGATE BLVD   3.62 IN   0620 AM 07/13
PINE CREEK BLW OLD RANCH RD    2.75 IN   0615 AM 07/13
7 NNE COLORADO SPRINGS         2.50 IN   0928 AM 07/13
7 SW BLACK FOREST              2.46 IN   0921 AM 07/13
5 SSW BLACK FOREST             2.26 IN   0855 AM 07/13
COLORADO SPRINGS FIRE STATION  2.20 IN   0800 AM 07/13
7 NNW PETERSON AFB             1.96 IN   0700 AM 07/13
US AIR FORCE ACADEMY           1.79 IN   0558 AM 07/13
2 W PETERSON AFB               1.49 IN   0923 AM 07/13
3 WNW BLACK FOREST             1.27 IN   0700 AM 07/13
2 ENE MONUMENT                 1.21 IN   0925 AM 07/13
4 SSE FOUNTAIN                 1.20 IN   0700 AM 07/13
1 SSE PALMER LAKE              1.16 IN   0928 AM 07/13
5 NNE COLORADO SPRINGS         1.15 IN   0700 AM 07/13
5 NNE COLORADO SPRINGS         1.08 IN   0928 AM 07/13
5 W FALCON                     1.07 IN   0923 AM 07/13
3 SSE GREENLAND                0.95 IN   0720 AM 07/13
3 N FALCON                     0.92 IN   0800 AM 07/13
4 NW BLACK FOREST              0.91 IN   0914 AM 07/13
6 NNE BLACK FOREST             0.87 IN   0733 AM 07/13
1 SW BLACK FOREST              0.84 IN   0926 AM 07/13
SULLIVAN PARK MET STATION AT F 0.83 IN   0835 AM 07/13
13 ENE PINON                   0.81 IN   0931 AM 07/13
5 N PETERSON AFB               0.81 IN   0924 AM 07/13
2 SSE BLACK FOREST             0.77 IN   0924 AM 07/13
3 W FOUNTAIN                   0.74 IN   0558 AM 07/13
7 N BLACK FOREST               0.73 IN   0921 AM 07/13
BLACK FOREST                   0.70 IN   0929 AM 07/13
2 N SECURITY                   0.68 IN   0600 AM 07/13
BLACK FOREST 6WNW              0.62 IN   0547 AM 07/13
4 NE AIR FORCE ACADEMY         0.61 IN   0700 AM 07/13
7 NNE ELLICOTT                 0.60 IN   0920 AM 07/13
4 ENE AIR FORCE ACADEMY        0.58 IN   0922 AM 07/13
6 ENE BLACK FOREST             0.56 IN   0925 AM 07/13
COLORADO SPRINGS MUNI          0.53 IN   0554 AM 07/13
2 ENE FOUNTAIN                 0.46 IN   0700 AM 07/13
UPPER WALDO CANYON MET ABV CAS 0.35 IN   0915 AM 07/13
6 NNW PEYTON                   0.33 IN   0920 AM 07/13
2 WNW PETERSON AFB             0.32 IN   0600 AM 07/13
UPPER QUEENS CANYON MET NEAR O 0.28 IN   0910 AM 07/13
SAND GULCH MET ABV CHIPITA PAR 0.28 IN   0855 AM 07/13
CHILCOTT DITCH NEAR FOUNTAIN   0.25 IN   0915 AM 07/13
2 ENE MANITOU SPRINGS          0.24 IN   0855 AM 07/13
4 E CRYSTOLA                   0.24 IN   0835 AM 07/13
DOUGLAS CREEK MET STATION ABOV 0.24 IN   0920 AM 07/13
LOWER WALDO CANYON MET ABV MAN 0.24 IN   0920 AM 07/13
4 NE MANITOU SPRINGS           0.23 IN   0815 AM 07/13
MONUMENT CREEK AT BIJOU STREET 0.23 IN   0845 AM 07/13
1 ESE MANITOU SPRINGS          0.23 IN   0700 AM 07/13
2 SW AIR FORCE ACADEMY         0.22 IN   0855 AM 07/13
5 S AIR FORCE ACADEMY          0.22 IN   0922 AM 07/13
MONUMENT CRK ABV WOODMEN ROAD  0.21 IN   0835 AM 07/13
4 SSE AIR FORCE ACADEMY        0.21 IN   0925 AM 07/13
UPPER WILLIAMS CANYON MET ABV  0.20 IN   0855 AM 07/13
MANITOU SPRINGS MET BELOW RUXT 0.20 IN   0915 AM 07/13
5 NNE MANITOU SPRINGS          0.20 IN   0928 AM 07/13
DOUGLAS CREEK MET STATION ABOV 0.19 IN   0920 AM 07/13
10 WSW FOUNTAIN                0.19 IN   0858 AM 07/13
COLORADO SPRINGS FIRE STATION  0.18 IN   0713 AM 07/13
3 SE MANITOU SPRINGS           0.18 IN   0930 AM 07/13
BEAR CRK                       0.16 IN   0855 AM 07/13
ROD AND GUN METEOROLOGIC STATI 0.16 IN   0830 AM 07/13
3 SW COLORADO SPRINGS          0.10 IN   0855 AM 07/13
2 SSW COLORADO SPRINGS         0.10 IN   0700 AM 07/13

...FREMONT...
5 SE TEXAS CREEK               2.05 IN   0700 AM 07/13
4 SSW CANON CITY               0.96 IN   0920 AM 07/13
6 NNE CANON CITY               0.87 IN   0838 AM 07/13
7 ESE TEXAS CREEK              0.48 IN   0849 AM 07/13
3 NW HILLSIDE                  0.32 IN   0700 AM 07/13
1 SSE CANON CITY               0.26 IN   0926 AM 07/13
2 S CANON CITY                 0.25 IN   0700 AM 07/13
3 NW HILLSIDE                  0.22 IN   0700 AM 07/13
6 SE FLORENCE                  0.18 IN   0719 AM 07/13
2 NNW PENROSE                  0.18 IN   0600 AM 07/13
2 S PENROSE                    0.11 IN   0915 AM 07/13
ARKANSAS RIVER                 0.02 IN   0915 AM 07/13
3 SW SWISSVALE                 0.01 IN   0834 AM 07/13

...HUERFANO...
9 W WALSENBURG                 1.35 IN   0700 AM 07/13
APISHAPA                       1.20 IN   0800 AM 07/13
HUERFANO RIVER                 0.99 IN   0915 AM 07/13
1 W WALSENBURG                 0.51 IN   0700 AM 07/13
WALSENBURG                     0.51 IN   0700 AM 07/13
5 NNW FARISITA                 0.50 IN   0800 AM 07/13
1 WNW LA VETA                  0.45 IN   0927 AM 07/13
8 NW GARDNER                   0.24 IN   0856 AM 07/13
7 NNE LA VETA                  0.20 IN   0916 AM 07/13

...KIOWA...
SHERIDAN LAKE 6E               0.65 IN   0800 AM 07/13
HASWELL                        0.12 IN   0600 AM 07/13

...LAKE...
LEADVILLE                      0.56 IN   0553 AM 07/13
5 NNE TWIN LAKES               0.32 IN   0908 AM 07/13
BRUMLEY                        0.30 IN   0800 AM 07/13
TURQUOISE LAKE (SUGARLOAF DAM) 0.17 IN   0900 AM 07/13
2 SE INDEPENDENCE PASS         0.04 IN   0915 AM 07/13

...LAS ANIMAS...
UPPER BENT CANYON MET STATION  1.96 IN   0835 AM 07/13
BENT CANYON CREEK AT MOUTH NEA 1.48 IN   0900 AM 07/13
BEAR SPRINGS HILLS MET STATION 1.38 IN   0830 AM 07/13
APISHAPA RVR                   0.93 IN   0700 AM 07/13
STOKES AP                      0.76 IN   0554 AM 07/13
4 E THATCHER                   0.54 IN   0923 AM 07/13
AGUILAR                        0.54 IN   0901 AM 07/13
LOCKWOOD CANYON CREEK NEAR THA 0.44 IN   0900 AM 07/13
TAYLOR ARROYO BLO ROCK CROSSIN 0.21 IN   0900 AM 07/13
VAN BREMER ARROYO              0.13 IN   0900 AM 07/13
6 ESE WESTON                   0.11 IN   0926 AM 07/13
TRINIDAD                       0.07 IN   0915 AM 07/13
PURGATOIRE RIVER               0.04 IN   0830 AM 07/13
1 W TRINIDAD                   0.04 IN   0901 AM 07/13
RATON CREEK ABOVE STARKVILLE   0.02 IN   0830 AM 07/13
COKEDALE                       0.01 IN   0925 AM 07/13

...MINERAL...
WOLF CREEK SNOTEL              0.50 IN   0800 AM 07/13
MIDDLE CREEK                   0.50 IN   0800 AM 07/13
UPPER SAN JUAN                 0.50 IN   0700 AM 07/13
SOUTH FORK RIO GRANDE BELOW CO 0.03 IN   0830 AM 07/13
GOOSE CREEK ABOVE HUMPHREYS RE 0.01 IN   0846 AM 07/13

...OTERO...
HIGBEE (NMIC2)                 4.78 IN   0600 AM 07/13
CHERAW                         2.94 IN   0700 AM 07/13
1 N CHERAW                     2.90 IN   0700 AM 07/13
SWINK                          2.61 IN   0700 AM 07/13
4 WSW SWINK                    2.50 IN   0800 AM 07/13
1 WNW ROCKY FORD               2.46 IN   0616 AM 07/13
LA JUNTA MUNICIPAL AIRPORT     2.23 IN   0553 AM 07/13
2 W CHERAW                     1.96 IN   0630 AM 07/13
1 S LA JUNTA                   1.96 IN   0700 AM 07/13

...PROWERS...
10 S HOLLY                     2.83 IN   0700 AM 07/13
HOLLY                          1.62 IN   0600 AM 07/13
3 SSE LAMAR                    1.20 IN   0800 AM 07/13
LAMAR                          0.98 IN   0700 AM 07/13
LAMAR MUNICIPAL AIRPORT        0.98 IN   0553 AM 07/13

...PUEBLO...
MOUNTAIN PARK ENVIRONMENTAL CE 3.65 IN   0800 AM 07/13
5 ESE WETMORE                  0.79 IN   0858 AM 07/13
3 NNW COLORADO CITY            0.74 IN   0927 AM 07/13
PUEBLO                         0.43 IN   0800 AM 07/13
1 W COLORADO CITY              0.40 IN   0857 AM 07/13
3 SSE COLORADO CITY            0.38 IN   0700 AM 07/13
12 E COLORADO CITY             0.34 IN   0600 AM 07/13
ARKANSAS RVR AT MOFFAT STREET  0.30 IN   0845 AM 07/13
1 ESE PUEBLO WEST              0.30 IN   0700 AM 07/13
PUEBLO RSVR COOP               0.30 IN   0700 AM 07/13
1 SSE PUEBLO WEST              0.30 IN   0927 AM 07/13
2 ENE PUEBLO WEST              0.26 IN   0600 AM 07/13
4 WNW PUEBLO WEST              0.23 IN   0600 AM 07/13
BOONE 9 NNW                    0.20 IN   0845 AM 07/13
PUEBLO                         0.15 IN   0553 AM 07/13
WFO PUEBLO                     0.11 IN   1200 AM 07/13

...RIO GRANDE...
GRAYBACK                       1.00 IN   0800 AM 07/13
11 SW MONTE VISTA              0.25 IN   0600 AM 07/13
5 W DEL NORTE                  0.04 IN   0845 AM 07/13

...SAGUACHE...
5 E VILLA GROVE                2.30 IN   0800 AM 07/13
SARGENTS MESA                  1.10 IN   0800 AM 07/13
MEDANO PASS                    1.00 IN   0800 AM 07/13
COCHETOPA PASS                 0.50 IN   0800 AM 07/13
17 S NORTH PASS                0.40 IN   0800 AM 07/13
3 N NORTH PASS                 0.10 IN   0857 AM 07/13
6 W SARGENTS                   0.04 IN   0922 AM 07/13
1 SE CRESTONE                  0.02 IN   1200 AM 07/13
INDIAN  SPRGS MET STATION NR G 0.02 IN   0845 AM 07/13
5 WSW NORTH PASS               0.01 IN   0700 AM 07/13
5 SE NORTH PASS                0.01 IN   0909 AM 07/13
KERBER CREEK NEAR VILLA GROVE  0.01 IN   0830 AM 07/13

...TELLER...
GLEN COVE                      1.20 IN   0800 AM 07/13
WOODLAND PARK                  0.74 IN   0930 AM 07/13
DIVIDE 4NW                     0.63 IN   0600 AM 07/13
7 NE LAKE GEORGE               0.63 IN   0908 AM 07/13
4 N WOODLAND PARK              0.62 IN   0923 AM 07/13
3 SE WESTCREEK                 0.60 IN   0854 AM 07/13
4 SE WESTCREEK                 0.59 IN   0908 AM 07/13
5 SW WESTCREEK                 0.55 IN   0908 AM 07/13
2 N WOODLAND PARK              0.45 IN   0800 AM 07/13
4 N FLORISSANT                 0.32 IN   0800 AM 07/13
3 N FLORISSANT                 0.31 IN   0930 AM 07/13
3 WSW WESTCREEK                0.20 IN   0908 AM 07/13
3 SW DIVIDE                    0.16 IN   0930 AM 07/13
8 SW WESTCREEK                 0.12 IN   0908 AM 07/13
5 W CRIPPLE CREEK              0.01 IN   0908 AM 07/13

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

$$

PJC


000
NOUS45 KPUB 131540
PNSPUB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
934 AM MDT SUN JUL 13 2014


...LATEST 24 HOUR RAINFALL REPORTS...

LOCATION                       AMOUNT    TIME/DATE

...COLORADO...

...ALAMOSA...
GREAT SAND DUNES               0.26 IN   0744 AM 07/13
GREAT SAND DUNES NATL MON      0.16 IN   0800 AM 07/13
7 NW BLANCA PEAK               0.08 IN   0700 AM 07/13

...BACA...
11 W PRITCHETT                 0.38 IN   0800 AM 07/13
1 W WALSH                      0.09 IN   0800 AM 07/13
COMANCHE NATIONAL GRASSLAND    0.01 IN   0556 AM 07/13

...BENT...
7 W LAS ANIMAS                 1.82 IN   0915 AM 07/13
LAS ANIMAS                     1.40 IN   0830 AM 07/13
ADOBE RESERVOIR                0.32 IN   0900 AM 07/13
MUDDY CREEK BELOW MUDDY CREEK  0.23 IN   0845 AM 07/13

...CHAFFEE...
SAINT ELMO                     0.70 IN   0800 AM 07/13
3 W BUENA VISTA                0.37 IN   0923 AM 07/13
2 SE GRANITE                   0.17 IN   0700 AM 07/13
CLEAR CREEK RESERVOIR          0.16 IN   0845 AM 07/13
GRANITE                        0.16 IN   0845 AM 07/13
BUENA VISTA                    0.11 IN   0800 AM 07/13
2 E MAYSVILLE                  0.07 IN   0700 AM 07/13

...CONEJOS...
PLATORO RESERVOIR              0.37 IN   0900 AM 07/13
CUMBRES TRESTLE                0.30 IN   0800 AM 07/13
LILY POND                      0.30 IN   0800 AM 07/13
SAN ANTONIO RIVER              0.03 IN   0830 AM 07/13
4 NE SANFORD                   0.02 IN   0700 AM 07/13
4 NW SAN MIGUEL                0.02 IN   0858 AM 07/13

...COSTILLA...
TRINCHERA                      1.40 IN   0800 AM 07/13
UTE CREEK                      1.10 IN   0800 AM 07/13
CULEBRA #2                     0.50 IN   0800 AM 07/13
TRINCHERA CREEK                0.26 IN   0915 AM 07/13
UTE CREEK                      0.12 IN   0915 AM 07/13

...CROWLEY...
BOB CREEK                      1.32 IN   0915 AM 07/13

...CUSTER...
3 WNW SAN ISABEL               2.44 IN   0856 AM 07/13
1 N SAN ISABEL                 1.55 IN   0856 AM 07/13
5 N ROSITA                     0.95 IN   0800 AM 07/13
SOUTH COLONY                   0.70 IN   0800 AM 07/13
GRAPE CREEK                    0.33 IN   0915 AM 07/13
6 W WESTCLIFFE                 0.17 IN   0915 AM 07/13

...EL PASO...
6 SE AIR FORCE ACADEMY         3.93 IN   0700 AM 07/13
N ACADEMY AND BRIARGATE BLVD   3.62 IN   0620 AM 07/13
PINE CREEK BLW OLD RANCH RD    2.75 IN   0615 AM 07/13
7 NNE COLORADO SPRINGS         2.50 IN   0928 AM 07/13
7 SW BLACK FOREST              2.46 IN   0921 AM 07/13
5 SSW BLACK FOREST             2.26 IN   0855 AM 07/13
COLORADO SPRINGS FIRE STATION  2.20 IN   0800 AM 07/13
7 NNW PETERSON AFB             1.96 IN   0700 AM 07/13
US AIR FORCE ACADEMY           1.79 IN   0558 AM 07/13
2 W PETERSON AFB               1.49 IN   0923 AM 07/13
3 WNW BLACK FOREST             1.27 IN   0700 AM 07/13
2 ENE MONUMENT                 1.21 IN   0925 AM 07/13
4 SSE FOUNTAIN                 1.20 IN   0700 AM 07/13
1 SSE PALMER LAKE              1.16 IN   0928 AM 07/13
5 NNE COLORADO SPRINGS         1.15 IN   0700 AM 07/13
5 NNE COLORADO SPRINGS         1.08 IN   0928 AM 07/13
5 W FALCON                     1.07 IN   0923 AM 07/13
3 SSE GREENLAND                0.95 IN   0720 AM 07/13
3 N FALCON                     0.92 IN   0800 AM 07/13
4 NW BLACK FOREST              0.91 IN   0914 AM 07/13
6 NNE BLACK FOREST             0.87 IN   0733 AM 07/13
1 SW BLACK FOREST              0.84 IN   0926 AM 07/13
SULLIVAN PARK MET STATION AT F 0.83 IN   0835 AM 07/13
13 ENE PINON                   0.81 IN   0931 AM 07/13
5 N PETERSON AFB               0.81 IN   0924 AM 07/13
2 SSE BLACK FOREST             0.77 IN   0924 AM 07/13
3 W FOUNTAIN                   0.74 IN   0558 AM 07/13
7 N BLACK FOREST               0.73 IN   0921 AM 07/13
BLACK FOREST                   0.70 IN   0929 AM 07/13
2 N SECURITY                   0.68 IN   0600 AM 07/13
BLACK FOREST 6WNW              0.62 IN   0547 AM 07/13
4 NE AIR FORCE ACADEMY         0.61 IN   0700 AM 07/13
7 NNE ELLICOTT                 0.60 IN   0920 AM 07/13
4 ENE AIR FORCE ACADEMY        0.58 IN   0922 AM 07/13
6 ENE BLACK FOREST             0.56 IN   0925 AM 07/13
COLORADO SPRINGS MUNI          0.53 IN   0554 AM 07/13
2 ENE FOUNTAIN                 0.46 IN   0700 AM 07/13
UPPER WALDO CANYON MET ABV CAS 0.35 IN   0915 AM 07/13
6 NNW PEYTON                   0.33 IN   0920 AM 07/13
2 WNW PETERSON AFB             0.32 IN   0600 AM 07/13
UPPER QUEENS CANYON MET NEAR O 0.28 IN   0910 AM 07/13
SAND GULCH MET ABV CHIPITA PAR 0.28 IN   0855 AM 07/13
CHILCOTT DITCH NEAR FOUNTAIN   0.25 IN   0915 AM 07/13
2 ENE MANITOU SPRINGS          0.24 IN   0855 AM 07/13
4 E CRYSTOLA                   0.24 IN   0835 AM 07/13
DOUGLAS CREEK MET STATION ABOV 0.24 IN   0920 AM 07/13
LOWER WALDO CANYON MET ABV MAN 0.24 IN   0920 AM 07/13
4 NE MANITOU SPRINGS           0.23 IN   0815 AM 07/13
MONUMENT CREEK AT BIJOU STREET 0.23 IN   0845 AM 07/13
1 ESE MANITOU SPRINGS          0.23 IN   0700 AM 07/13
2 SW AIR FORCE ACADEMY         0.22 IN   0855 AM 07/13
5 S AIR FORCE ACADEMY          0.22 IN   0922 AM 07/13
MONUMENT CRK ABV WOODMEN ROAD  0.21 IN   0835 AM 07/13
4 SSE AIR FORCE ACADEMY        0.21 IN   0925 AM 07/13
UPPER WILLIAMS CANYON MET ABV  0.20 IN   0855 AM 07/13
MANITOU SPRINGS MET BELOW RUXT 0.20 IN   0915 AM 07/13
5 NNE MANITOU SPRINGS          0.20 IN   0928 AM 07/13
DOUGLAS CREEK MET STATION ABOV 0.19 IN   0920 AM 07/13
10 WSW FOUNTAIN                0.19 IN   0858 AM 07/13
COLORADO SPRINGS FIRE STATION  0.18 IN   0713 AM 07/13
3 SE MANITOU SPRINGS           0.18 IN   0930 AM 07/13
BEAR CRK                       0.16 IN   0855 AM 07/13
ROD AND GUN METEOROLOGIC STATI 0.16 IN   0830 AM 07/13
3 SW COLORADO SPRINGS          0.10 IN   0855 AM 07/13
2 SSW COLORADO SPRINGS         0.10 IN   0700 AM 07/13

...FREMONT...
5 SE TEXAS CREEK               2.05 IN   0700 AM 07/13
4 SSW CANON CITY               0.96 IN   0920 AM 07/13
6 NNE CANON CITY               0.87 IN   0838 AM 07/13
7 ESE TEXAS CREEK              0.48 IN   0849 AM 07/13
3 NW HILLSIDE                  0.32 IN   0700 AM 07/13
1 SSE CANON CITY               0.26 IN   0926 AM 07/13
2 S CANON CITY                 0.25 IN   0700 AM 07/13
3 NW HILLSIDE                  0.22 IN   0700 AM 07/13
6 SE FLORENCE                  0.18 IN   0719 AM 07/13
2 NNW PENROSE                  0.18 IN   0600 AM 07/13
2 S PENROSE                    0.11 IN   0915 AM 07/13
ARKANSAS RIVER                 0.02 IN   0915 AM 07/13
3 SW SWISSVALE                 0.01 IN   0834 AM 07/13

...HUERFANO...
9 W WALSENBURG                 1.35 IN   0700 AM 07/13
APISHAPA                       1.20 IN   0800 AM 07/13
HUERFANO RIVER                 0.99 IN   0915 AM 07/13
1 W WALSENBURG                 0.51 IN   0700 AM 07/13
WALSENBURG                     0.51 IN   0700 AM 07/13
5 NNW FARISITA                 0.50 IN   0800 AM 07/13
1 WNW LA VETA                  0.45 IN   0927 AM 07/13
8 NW GARDNER                   0.24 IN   0856 AM 07/13
7 NNE LA VETA                  0.20 IN   0916 AM 07/13

...KIOWA...
SHERIDAN LAKE 6E               0.65 IN   0800 AM 07/13
HASWELL                        0.12 IN   0600 AM 07/13

...LAKE...
LEADVILLE                      0.56 IN   0553 AM 07/13
5 NNE TWIN LAKES               0.32 IN   0908 AM 07/13
BRUMLEY                        0.30 IN   0800 AM 07/13
TURQUOISE LAKE (SUGARLOAF DAM) 0.17 IN   0900 AM 07/13
2 SE INDEPENDENCE PASS         0.04 IN   0915 AM 07/13

...LAS ANIMAS...
UPPER BENT CANYON MET STATION  1.96 IN   0835 AM 07/13
BENT CANYON CREEK AT MOUTH NEA 1.48 IN   0900 AM 07/13
BEAR SPRINGS HILLS MET STATION 1.38 IN   0830 AM 07/13
APISHAPA RVR                   0.93 IN   0700 AM 07/13
STOKES AP                      0.76 IN   0554 AM 07/13
4 E THATCHER                   0.54 IN   0923 AM 07/13
AGUILAR                        0.54 IN   0901 AM 07/13
LOCKWOOD CANYON CREEK NEAR THA 0.44 IN   0900 AM 07/13
TAYLOR ARROYO BLO ROCK CROSSIN 0.21 IN   0900 AM 07/13
VAN BREMER ARROYO              0.13 IN   0900 AM 07/13
6 ESE WESTON                   0.11 IN   0926 AM 07/13
TRINIDAD                       0.07 IN   0915 AM 07/13
PURGATOIRE RIVER               0.04 IN   0830 AM 07/13
1 W TRINIDAD                   0.04 IN   0901 AM 07/13
RATON CREEK ABOVE STARKVILLE   0.02 IN   0830 AM 07/13
COKEDALE                       0.01 IN   0925 AM 07/13

...MINERAL...
WOLF CREEK SNOTEL              0.50 IN   0800 AM 07/13
MIDDLE CREEK                   0.50 IN   0800 AM 07/13
UPPER SAN JUAN                 0.50 IN   0700 AM 07/13
SOUTH FORK RIO GRANDE BELOW CO 0.03 IN   0830 AM 07/13
GOOSE CREEK ABOVE HUMPHREYS RE 0.01 IN   0846 AM 07/13

...OTERO...
HIGBEE (NMIC2)                 4.78 IN   0600 AM 07/13
CHERAW                         2.94 IN   0700 AM 07/13
1 N CHERAW                     2.90 IN   0700 AM 07/13
SWINK                          2.61 IN   0700 AM 07/13
4 WSW SWINK                    2.50 IN   0800 AM 07/13
1 WNW ROCKY FORD               2.46 IN   0616 AM 07/13
LA JUNTA MUNICIPAL AIRPORT     2.23 IN   0553 AM 07/13
2 W CHERAW                     1.96 IN   0630 AM 07/13
1 S LA JUNTA                   1.96 IN   0700 AM 07/13

...PROWERS...
10 S HOLLY                     2.83 IN   0700 AM 07/13
HOLLY                          1.62 IN   0600 AM 07/13
3 SSE LAMAR                    1.20 IN   0800 AM 07/13
LAMAR                          0.98 IN   0700 AM 07/13
LAMAR MUNICIPAL AIRPORT        0.98 IN   0553 AM 07/13

...PUEBLO...
MOUNTAIN PARK ENVIRONMENTAL CE 3.65 IN   0800 AM 07/13
5 ESE WETMORE                  0.79 IN   0858 AM 07/13
3 NNW COLORADO CITY            0.74 IN   0927 AM 07/13
PUEBLO                         0.43 IN   0800 AM 07/13
1 W COLORADO CITY              0.40 IN   0857 AM 07/13
3 SSE COLORADO CITY            0.38 IN   0700 AM 07/13
12 E COLORADO CITY             0.34 IN   0600 AM 07/13
ARKANSAS RVR AT MOFFAT STREET  0.30 IN   0845 AM 07/13
1 ESE PUEBLO WEST              0.30 IN   0700 AM 07/13
PUEBLO RSVR COOP               0.30 IN   0700 AM 07/13
1 SSE PUEBLO WEST              0.30 IN   0927 AM 07/13
2 ENE PUEBLO WEST              0.26 IN   0600 AM 07/13
4 WNW PUEBLO WEST              0.23 IN   0600 AM 07/13
BOONE 9 NNW                    0.20 IN   0845 AM 07/13
PUEBLO                         0.15 IN   0553 AM 07/13
WFO PUEBLO                     0.11 IN   1200 AM 07/13

...RIO GRANDE...
GRAYBACK                       1.00 IN   0800 AM 07/13
11 SW MONTE VISTA              0.25 IN   0600 AM 07/13
5 W DEL NORTE                  0.04 IN   0845 AM 07/13

...SAGUACHE...
5 E VILLA GROVE                2.30 IN   0800 AM 07/13
SARGENTS MESA                  1.10 IN   0800 AM 07/13
MEDANO PASS                    1.00 IN   0800 AM 07/13
COCHETOPA PASS                 0.50 IN   0800 AM 07/13
17 S NORTH PASS                0.40 IN   0800 AM 07/13
3 N NORTH PASS                 0.10 IN   0857 AM 07/13
6 W SARGENTS                   0.04 IN   0922 AM 07/13
1 SE CRESTONE                  0.02 IN   1200 AM 07/13
INDIAN  SPRGS MET STATION NR G 0.02 IN   0845 AM 07/13
5 WSW NORTH PASS               0.01 IN   0700 AM 07/13
5 SE NORTH PASS                0.01 IN   0909 AM 07/13
KERBER CREEK NEAR VILLA GROVE  0.01 IN   0830 AM 07/13

...TELLER...
GLEN COVE                      1.20 IN   0800 AM 07/13
WOODLAND PARK                  0.74 IN   0930 AM 07/13
DIVIDE 4NW                     0.63 IN   0600 AM 07/13
7 NE LAKE GEORGE               0.63 IN   0908 AM 07/13
4 N WOODLAND PARK              0.62 IN   0923 AM 07/13
3 SE WESTCREEK                 0.60 IN   0854 AM 07/13
4 SE WESTCREEK                 0.59 IN   0908 AM 07/13
5 SW WESTCREEK                 0.55 IN   0908 AM 07/13
2 N WOODLAND PARK              0.45 IN   0800 AM 07/13
4 N FLORISSANT                 0.32 IN   0800 AM 07/13
3 N FLORISSANT                 0.31 IN   0930 AM 07/13
3 WSW WESTCREEK                0.20 IN   0908 AM 07/13
3 SW DIVIDE                    0.16 IN   0930 AM 07/13
8 SW WESTCREEK                 0.12 IN   0908 AM 07/13
5 W CRIPPLE CREEK              0.01 IN   0908 AM 07/13

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

$$

PJC


000
NOUS43 KGRR 131411
PNSGRR

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
SPOTTER REPORTS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND RAPIDS MI
1009 AM EDT SUN JUL 13 2014

MIZ037>040-043>046-050>052-056>059-064>067-071>074-


HAIL REPORTS

LOCATION                   HAIL DIA     TIME/DATE
                           (INCHES)   OF OBSERVATION    LAT    LON
MICHIGAN

...OTTAWA COUNTY...
  HUDSONVILLE                 0.25 M   117 AM 07/13   42.87N  85.86W

HEAVY RAIN REPORTS

LOCATION                    PRECIP      TIME/DATE
                           (INCHES)   OF OBSERVATION    LAT    LON
MICHIGAN

...GRATIOT COUNTY...
  4 SE WHEELER                1.40 M   830 AM 07/13   43.38N  84.37W

...KENT COUNTY...
  1 SSE WALKER                0.90 M   107 AM 07/13   42.98N  85.74W
  2 W ADA                     1.08 M   800 AM 07/13   42.95N  85.53W
  3 ENE WYOMING               1.13 M   700 AM 07/13   42.91N  85.65W
  EAST GRAND RAPIDS           1.15 M   800 AM 07/13   42.94N  85.61W
  3 ENE KENTWOOD              1.34 M   752 AM 07/13   42.89N  85.54W
  3 W SPARTA                  1.48 M   700 AM 07/13   43.16N  85.77W
  3 NNE GRAND RAPIDS          1.54 M   700 AM 07/13   43.01N  85.64W
  2 WNW BELMONT               2.41 M   700 AM 07/13   43.09N  85.64W
  2 S ROCKFORD                2.42 M   745 AM 07/13   43.09N  85.56W
  2 NE COMSTOCK PARK          3.37 M   400 AM 07/13   43.06N  85.65W

...MUSKEGON COUNTY...
  CLOVERVILLE                 1.33 M   110 AM 07/13   43.19N  86.16W
  2 NNE NORTON SHORES         1.78 M   710 AM 07/13   43.18N  86.24W
  1 NE NORTON SHORES          1.79 M   755 AM 07/13   43.17N  86.24W
  2 ENE NORTON SHORES         1.97 M   115 AM 07/13   43.17N  86.22W

...OTTAWA COUNTY...
  3 ENE GRAND VALLEY          1.95 M   700 AM 07/13   42.99N  85.81W
  1 SSW ALLENDALE             2.03 M   741 AM 07/13   42.97N  85.96W
  1 SE SPRING LAKE            2.04 M   115 AM 07/13   43.06N  86.17W
  4 N OLIVE CENTER            2.87 M   200 AM 07/13   42.97N  86.08W

TSTM WND GST REPORTS

LOCATION                   WIND GUST    TIME/DATE
                             (MPH)    OF OBSERVATION    LAT    LON
MICHIGAN

...ALLEGAN COUNTY...
  5 E CASTLE PARK               43 M   116 AM 07/13   42.74N  86.11W

...IONIA COUNTY...
  3 S IONIA                     36 M   114 AM 07/13   42.94N  85.06W

...KENT COUNTY...
  3 NNW GRANDVILLE              33 M   214 AM 07/13   42.94N  85.78W
  3 ENE KENTWOOD                41 M   219 AM 07/13   42.89N  85.54W

...VAN BUREN COUNTY...
  3 SSE SOUTH HAVEN             33 M   156 AM 07/13   42.36N  86.26W

$$

EBW






000
NOUS43 KGRR 131411
PNSGRR

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
SPOTTER REPORTS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND RAPIDS MI
1009 AM EDT SUN JUL 13 2014

MIZ037>040-043>046-050>052-056>059-064>067-071>074-


HAIL REPORTS

LOCATION                   HAIL DIA     TIME/DATE
                           (INCHES)   OF OBSERVATION    LAT    LON
MICHIGAN

...OTTAWA COUNTY...
  HUDSONVILLE                 0.25 M   117 AM 07/13   42.87N  85.86W

HEAVY RAIN REPORTS

LOCATION                    PRECIP      TIME/DATE
                           (INCHES)   OF OBSERVATION    LAT    LON
MICHIGAN

...GRATIOT COUNTY...
  4 SE WHEELER                1.40 M   830 AM 07/13   43.38N  84.37W

...KENT COUNTY...
  1 SSE WALKER                0.90 M   107 AM 07/13   42.98N  85.74W
  2 W ADA                     1.08 M   800 AM 07/13   42.95N  85.53W
  3 ENE WYOMING               1.13 M   700 AM 07/13   42.91N  85.65W
  EAST GRAND RAPIDS           1.15 M   800 AM 07/13   42.94N  85.61W
  3 ENE KENTWOOD              1.34 M   752 AM 07/13   42.89N  85.54W
  3 W SPARTA                  1.48 M   700 AM 07/13   43.16N  85.77W
  3 NNE GRAND RAPIDS          1.54 M   700 AM 07/13   43.01N  85.64W
  2 WNW BELMONT               2.41 M   700 AM 07/13   43.09N  85.64W
  2 S ROCKFORD                2.42 M   745 AM 07/13   43.09N  85.56W
  2 NE COMSTOCK PARK          3.37 M   400 AM 07/13   43.06N  85.65W

...MUSKEGON COUNTY...
  CLOVERVILLE                 1.33 M   110 AM 07/13   43.19N  86.16W
  2 NNE NORTON SHORES         1.78 M   710 AM 07/13   43.18N  86.24W
  1 NE NORTON SHORES          1.79 M   755 AM 07/13   43.17N  86.24W
  2 ENE NORTON SHORES         1.97 M   115 AM 07/13   43.17N  86.22W

...OTTAWA COUNTY...
  3 ENE GRAND VALLEY          1.95 M   700 AM 07/13   42.99N  85.81W
  1 SSW ALLENDALE             2.03 M   741 AM 07/13   42.97N  85.96W
  1 SE SPRING LAKE            2.04 M   115 AM 07/13   43.06N  86.17W
  4 N OLIVE CENTER            2.87 M   200 AM 07/13   42.97N  86.08W

TSTM WND GST REPORTS

LOCATION                   WIND GUST    TIME/DATE
                             (MPH)    OF OBSERVATION    LAT    LON
MICHIGAN

...ALLEGAN COUNTY...
  5 E CASTLE PARK               43 M   116 AM 07/13   42.74N  86.11W

...IONIA COUNTY...
  3 S IONIA                     36 M   114 AM 07/13   42.94N  85.06W

...KENT COUNTY...
  3 NNW GRANDVILLE              33 M   214 AM 07/13   42.94N  85.78W
  3 ENE KENTWOOD                41 M   219 AM 07/13   42.89N  85.54W

...VAN BUREN COUNTY...
  3 SSE SOUTH HAVEN             33 M   156 AM 07/13   42.36N  86.26W

$$

EBW







000
NOUS43 KSGF 131359
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-141359

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
859 AM CDT SUN JUL 13 2014

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Morgan    Gravois Mills          91  75   0.00
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            92  71   0.00
Benton    Edwards 6W             93  76   0.00
Douglas   Ava                    92  68   0.00

$$






000
NOUS43 KSGF 131359
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-141359

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
859 AM CDT SUN JUL 13 2014

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Morgan    Gravois Mills          91  75   0.00
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            92  71   0.00
Benton    Edwards 6W             93  76   0.00
Douglas   Ava                    92  68   0.00

$$





000
NOUS45 KPUB 131332
PNSPUB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
707 AM MDT SUN JUL 13 2014


...LATEST 24 HOUR RAINFALL REPORTS...

LOCATION                       AMOUNT    TIME/DATE

...COLORADO...

...ALAMOSA...
GREAT SAND DUNES               0.26 IN   0644 AM 07/13

...BACA...
COMANCHE NATIONAL GRASSLAND    0.01 IN   0556 AM 07/13

...BENT...
7 W LAS ANIMAS                 1.82 IN   0615 AM 07/13
ADOBE RESERVOIR                0.32 IN   0600 AM 07/13
MUDDY CREEK BELOW MUDDY CREEK  0.19 IN   0645 AM 07/13

...CHAFFEE...
SAINT ELMO                     0.60 IN   0600 AM 07/13
3 W BUENA VISTA                0.37 IN   0623 AM 07/13
GRANITE                        0.16 IN   0645 AM 07/13
CLEAR CREEK RESERVOIR          0.15 IN   0645 AM 07/13

...CONEJOS...
PLATORO RESERVOIR              0.38 IN   0600 AM 07/13
LILY POND                      0.30 IN   0500 AM 07/13
CUMBRES TRESTLE                0.30 IN   0500 AM 07/13
SAN ANTONIO RIVER              0.03 IN   0630 AM 07/13
4 NW SAN MIGUEL                0.02 IN   0558 AM 07/13

...COSTILLA...
TRINCHERA                      1.40 IN   0600 AM 07/13
UTE CREEK                      1.10 IN   0600 AM 07/13
TRINCHERA CREEK                0.26 IN   0615 AM 07/13
UTE CREEK                      0.12 IN   0615 AM 07/13

...CROWLEY...
BOB CREEK                      1.32 IN   0615 AM 07/13

...CUSTER...
3 WNW SAN ISABEL               2.44 IN   0656 AM 07/13
1 N SAN ISABEL                 1.55 IN   0656 AM 07/13
SOUTH COLONY                   0.70 IN   0600 AM 07/13
GRAPE CREEK                    0.33 IN   0615 AM 07/13
6 W WESTCLIFFE                 0.16 IN   0645 AM 07/13

...EL PASO...
N ACADEMY AND BRIARGATE BLVD   3.62 IN   0620 AM 07/13
PINE CREEK BLW OLD RANCH RD    2.75 IN   0615 AM 07/13
7 NNE COLORADO SPRINGS         2.50 IN   0653 AM 07/13
7 SW BLACK FOREST              2.46 IN   0630 AM 07/13
5 SSW BLACK FOREST             2.26 IN   0655 AM 07/13
US AIR FORCE ACADEMY           1.79 IN   0558 AM 07/13
2 W PETERSON AFB               1.49 IN   0338 AM 07/13
2 ENE MONUMENT                 1.21 IN   0655 AM 07/13
1 SSE PALMER LAKE              1.16 IN   0653 AM 07/13
MIDDLE SAND CREEK AT N CRFREE  1.14 IN   0615 AM 07/13
5 NNE COLORADO SPRINGS         1.08 IN   0647 AM 07/13
5 W FALCON                     1.07 IN   0653 AM 07/13
4 NW BLACK FOREST              0.91 IN   0654 AM 07/13
6 NNE BLACK FOREST             0.87 IN   0653 AM 07/13
1 SW BLACK FOREST              0.84 IN   0656 AM 07/13
SULLIVAN PARK MET STATION AT F 0.83 IN   0635 AM 07/13
13 ENE PINON                   0.81 IN   0653 AM 07/13
5 N PETERSON AFB               0.81 IN   0654 AM 07/13
2 SSE BLACK FOREST             0.77 IN   0653 AM 07/13
3 W FOUNTAIN                   0.74 IN   0558 AM 07/13
BLACK FOREST                   0.70 IN   0644 AM 07/13
2 N SECURITY                   0.68 IN   0600 AM 07/13
7 N BLACK FOREST               0.68 IN   0650 AM 07/13
BLACK FOREST 6WNW              0.62 IN   0547 AM 07/13
7 NNE ELLICOTT                 0.60 IN   0649 AM 07/13
4 ENE AIR FORCE ACADEMY        0.58 IN   0631 AM 07/13
6 ENE BLACK FOREST             0.56 IN   0654 AM 07/13
COLORADO SPRINGS MUNI          0.53 IN   0554 AM 07/13
UPPER WALDO CANYON MET ABV CAS 0.35 IN   0615 AM 07/13
2 WNW PETERSON AFB             0.32 IN   0600 AM 07/13
6 NNW PEYTON                   0.30 IN   0649 AM 07/13
UPPER QUEENS CANYON MET NEAR O 0.28 IN   0610 AM 07/13
SAND GULCH MET ABV CHIPITA PAR 0.28 IN   0555 AM 07/13
CHILCOTT DITCH NEAR FOUNTAIN   0.25 IN   0615 AM 07/13
4 E CRYSTOLA                   0.24 IN   0635 AM 07/13
2 ENE MANITOU SPRINGS          0.24 IN   0655 AM 07/13
DOUGLAS CREEK MET STATION ABOV 0.24 IN   0620 AM 07/13
LOWER WALDO CANYON MET ABV MAN 0.24 IN   0620 AM 07/13
MONUMENT CREEK AT BIJOU STREET 0.23 IN   0645 AM 07/13
2 SW AIR FORCE ACADEMY         0.22 IN   0655 AM 07/13
5 S AIR FORCE ACADEMY          0.22 IN   0648 AM 07/13
MONUMENT CRK ABV WOODMEN ROAD  0.21 IN   0635 AM 07/13
UPPER WILLIAMS CANYON MET ABV  0.20 IN   0555 AM 07/13
MANITOU SPRINGS MET BELOW RUXT 0.20 IN   0615 AM 07/13
4 SSE AIR FORCE ACADEMY        0.20 IN   0655 AM 07/13
5 NNE MANITOU SPRINGS          0.20 IN   0648 AM 07/13
DOUGLAS CREEK MET STATION ABOV 0.19 IN   0620 AM 07/13
10 WSW FOUNTAIN                0.19 IN   0558 AM 07/13
3 SE MANITOU SPRINGS           0.18 IN   0645 AM 07/13
BEAR CRK                       0.16 IN   0555 AM 07/13
ROD AND GUN METEOROLOGIC STATI 0.16 IN   0630 AM 07/13
3 SW COLORADO SPRINGS          0.10 IN   0655 AM 07/13

...FREMONT...
4 SSW CANON CITY               0.96 IN   0649 AM 07/13
6 NNE CANON CITY               0.87 IN   0638 AM 07/13
7 ESE TEXAS CREEK              0.48 IN   0649 AM 07/13
1 SSE CANON CITY               0.26 IN   0651 AM 07/13
2 NNW PENROSE                  0.18 IN   0600 AM 07/13
2 S PENROSE                    0.11 IN   0615 AM 07/13
3 SW SWISSVALE                 0.01 IN   0634 AM 07/13

...HUERFANO...
APISHAPA                       1.20 IN   0600 AM 07/13
HUERFANO RIVER                 1.00 IN   0615 AM 07/13
1 WNW LA VETA                  0.45 IN   0652 AM 07/13
8 NW GARDNER                   0.24 IN   0556 AM 07/13
7 NNE LA VETA                  0.20 IN   0634 AM 07/13

...KIOWA...
HASWELL                        0.12 IN   0600 AM 07/13

...LAKE...
LEADVILLE                      0.56 IN   0553 AM 07/13
5 NNE TWIN LAKES               0.32 IN   0608 AM 07/13
BRUMLEY                        0.30 IN   0600 AM 07/13
TURQUOISE LAKE (SUGARLOAF DAM) 0.17 IN   0600 AM 07/13
2 SE INDEPENDENCE PASS         0.04 IN   0615 AM 07/13

...LAS ANIMAS...
UPPER BENT CANYON MET STATION  1.96 IN   0635 AM 07/13
BENT CANYON CREEK AT MOUTH NEA 1.47 IN   0600 AM 07/13
BEAR SPRINGS HILLS MET STATION 1.37 IN   0630 AM 07/13
STOKES AP                      0.76 IN   0554 AM 07/13
4 E THATCHER                   0.54 IN   0623 AM 07/13
AGUILAR                        0.54 IN   0651 AM 07/13
LOCKWOOD CANYON CREEK NEAR THA 0.43 IN   0600 AM 07/13
TAYLOR ARROYO BLO ROCK CROSSIN 0.20 IN   0600 AM 07/13
VAN BREMER ARROYO              0.12 IN   0600 AM 07/13
6 ESE WESTON                   0.11 IN   0626 AM 07/13
TRINIDAD                       0.07 IN   0615 AM 07/13
PURGATOIRE RIVER               0.04 IN   0630 AM 07/13
1 W TRINIDAD                   0.04 IN   0648 AM 07/13
RATON CREEK ABOVE STARKVILLE   0.02 IN   0630 AM 07/13
COKEDALE                       0.01 IN   0655 AM 07/13

...MINERAL...
MIDDLE CREEK                   0.60 IN   0600 AM 07/13
WOLF CREEK SNOTEL              0.50 IN   0600 AM 07/13
SOUTH FORK RIO GRANDE BELOW CO 0.03 IN   0630 AM 07/13
GOOSE CREEK ABOVE HUMPHREYS RE 0.01 IN   0630 AM 07/13

...OTERO...
HIGBEE (NMIC2)                 4.78 IN   0600 AM 07/13
1 WNW ROCKY FORD               2.46 IN   0616 AM 07/13
LA JUNTA MUNICIPAL AIRPORT     2.23 IN   0553 AM 07/13
2 W CHERAW                     1.96 IN   0630 AM 07/13

...PROWERS...
LAMAR MUNICIPAL AIRPORT        0.98 IN   0553 AM 07/13

...PUEBLO...
RYE 1 SW                       0.92 IN   0900 PM 07/12
5 ESE WETMORE                  0.79 IN   0558 AM 07/13
3 NNW COLORADO CITY            0.74 IN   0652 AM 07/13
1 W COLORADO CITY              0.40 IN   0657 AM 07/13
12 E COLORADO CITY             0.34 IN   0600 AM 07/13
ARKANSAS RVR AT MOFFAT STREET  0.30 IN   0545 AM 07/13
1 SSE PUEBLO WEST              0.30 IN   0641 AM 07/13
2 ENE PUEBLO WEST              0.26 IN   0600 AM 07/13
4 WNW PUEBLO WEST              0.23 IN   0600 AM 07/13
PUEBLO                         0.15 IN   0553 AM 07/13
WFO PUEBLO                     0.11 IN   1200 AM 07/13

...RIO GRANDE...
GRAYBACK                       1.00 IN   0500 AM 07/13
11 SW MONTE VISTA              0.25 IN   0600 AM 07/13
5 W DEL NORTE                  0.04 IN   0645 AM 07/13

...SAGUACHE...
5 E VILLA GROVE                2.30 IN   0600 AM 07/13
SARGENTS MESA                  1.10 IN   0600 AM 07/13
MEDANO PASS                    1.00 IN   0600 AM 07/13
COCHETOPA PASS                 0.50 IN   0600 AM 07/13
17 S NORTH PASS                0.40 IN   0600 AM 07/13
3 N NORTH PASS                 0.10 IN   0557 AM 07/13
6 W SARGENTS                   0.04 IN   0622 AM 07/13
1 SE CRESTONE                  0.02 IN   1200 AM 07/13
INDIAN  SPRGS MET STATION NR G 0.02 IN   0545 AM 07/13
5 SE NORTH PASS                0.01 IN   0609 AM 07/13
KERBER CREEK NEAR VILLA GROVE  0.01 IN   0630 AM 07/13

...TELLER...
GLEN COVE                      1.10 IN   0600 AM 07/13
WOODLAND PARK                  0.77 IN   1015 PM 07/12
DIVIDE 4NW                     0.63 IN   0600 AM 07/13
7 NE LAKE GEORGE               0.63 IN   0638 AM 07/13
4 N WOODLAND PARK              0.62 IN   0653 AM 07/13
3 SE WESTCREEK                 0.60 IN   0554 AM 07/13
4 SE WESTCREEK                 0.59 IN   0638 AM 07/13
5 SW WESTCREEK                 0.55 IN   0638 AM 07/13
3 N FLORISSANT                 0.31 IN   0645 AM 07/13
3 WSW WESTCREEK                0.20 IN   0638 AM 07/13
3 SW DIVIDE                    0.16 IN   0655 AM 07/13
8 SW WESTCREEK                 0.12 IN   0638 AM 07/13
5 W CRIPPLE CREEK              0.01 IN   0608 AM 07/13

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

$$

PJC



000
NOUS45 KPUB 131332
PNSPUB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
707 AM MDT SUN JUL 13 2014


...LATEST 24 HOUR RAINFALL REPORTS...

LOCATION                       AMOUNT    TIME/DATE

...COLORADO...

...ALAMOSA...
GREAT SAND DUNES               0.26 IN   0644 AM 07/13

...BACA...
COMANCHE NATIONAL GRASSLAND    0.01 IN   0556 AM 07/13

...BENT...
7 W LAS ANIMAS                 1.82 IN   0615 AM 07/13
ADOBE RESERVOIR                0.32 IN   0600 AM 07/13
MUDDY CREEK BELOW MUDDY CREEK  0.19 IN   0645 AM 07/13

...CHAFFEE...
SAINT ELMO                     0.60 IN   0600 AM 07/13
3 W BUENA VISTA                0.37 IN   0623 AM 07/13
GRANITE                        0.16 IN   0645 AM 07/13
CLEAR CREEK RESERVOIR          0.15 IN   0645 AM 07/13

...CONEJOS...
PLATORO RESERVOIR              0.38 IN   0600 AM 07/13
LILY POND                      0.30 IN   0500 AM 07/13
CUMBRES TRESTLE                0.30 IN   0500 AM 07/13
SAN ANTONIO RIVER              0.03 IN   0630 AM 07/13
4 NW SAN MIGUEL                0.02 IN   0558 AM 07/13

...COSTILLA...
TRINCHERA                      1.40 IN   0600 AM 07/13
UTE CREEK                      1.10 IN   0600 AM 07/13
TRINCHERA CREEK                0.26 IN   0615 AM 07/13
UTE CREEK                      0.12 IN   0615 AM 07/13

...CROWLEY...
BOB CREEK                      1.32 IN   0615 AM 07/13

...CUSTER...
3 WNW SAN ISABEL               2.44 IN   0656 AM 07/13
1 N SAN ISABEL                 1.55 IN   0656 AM 07/13
SOUTH COLONY                   0.70 IN   0600 AM 07/13
GRAPE CREEK                    0.33 IN   0615 AM 07/13
6 W WESTCLIFFE                 0.16 IN   0645 AM 07/13

...EL PASO...
N ACADEMY AND BRIARGATE BLVD   3.62 IN   0620 AM 07/13
PINE CREEK BLW OLD RANCH RD    2.75 IN   0615 AM 07/13
7 NNE COLORADO SPRINGS         2.50 IN   0653 AM 07/13
7 SW BLACK FOREST              2.46 IN   0630 AM 07/13
5 SSW BLACK FOREST             2.26 IN   0655 AM 07/13
US AIR FORCE ACADEMY           1.79 IN   0558 AM 07/13
2 W PETERSON AFB               1.49 IN   0338 AM 07/13
2 ENE MONUMENT                 1.21 IN   0655 AM 07/13
1 SSE PALMER LAKE              1.16 IN   0653 AM 07/13
MIDDLE SAND CREEK AT N CRFREE  1.14 IN   0615 AM 07/13
5 NNE COLORADO SPRINGS         1.08 IN   0647 AM 07/13
5 W FALCON                     1.07 IN   0653 AM 07/13
4 NW BLACK FOREST              0.91 IN   0654 AM 07/13
6 NNE BLACK FOREST             0.87 IN   0653 AM 07/13
1 SW BLACK FOREST              0.84 IN   0656 AM 07/13
SULLIVAN PARK MET STATION AT F 0.83 IN   0635 AM 07/13
13 ENE PINON                   0.81 IN   0653 AM 07/13
5 N PETERSON AFB               0.81 IN   0654 AM 07/13
2 SSE BLACK FOREST             0.77 IN   0653 AM 07/13
3 W FOUNTAIN                   0.74 IN   0558 AM 07/13
BLACK FOREST                   0.70 IN   0644 AM 07/13
2 N SECURITY                   0.68 IN   0600 AM 07/13
7 N BLACK FOREST               0.68 IN   0650 AM 07/13
BLACK FOREST 6WNW              0.62 IN   0547 AM 07/13
7 NNE ELLICOTT                 0.60 IN   0649 AM 07/13
4 ENE AIR FORCE ACADEMY        0.58 IN   0631 AM 07/13
6 ENE BLACK FOREST             0.56 IN   0654 AM 07/13
COLORADO SPRINGS MUNI          0.53 IN   0554 AM 07/13
UPPER WALDO CANYON MET ABV CAS 0.35 IN   0615 AM 07/13
2 WNW PETERSON AFB             0.32 IN   0600 AM 07/13
6 NNW PEYTON                   0.30 IN   0649 AM 07/13
UPPER QUEENS CANYON MET NEAR O 0.28 IN   0610 AM 07/13
SAND GULCH MET ABV CHIPITA PAR 0.28 IN   0555 AM 07/13
CHILCOTT DITCH NEAR FOUNTAIN   0.25 IN   0615 AM 07/13
4 E CRYSTOLA                   0.24 IN   0635 AM 07/13
2 ENE MANITOU SPRINGS          0.24 IN   0655 AM 07/13
DOUGLAS CREEK MET STATION ABOV 0.24 IN   0620 AM 07/13
LOWER WALDO CANYON MET ABV MAN 0.24 IN   0620 AM 07/13
MONUMENT CREEK AT BIJOU STREET 0.23 IN   0645 AM 07/13
2 SW AIR FORCE ACADEMY         0.22 IN   0655 AM 07/13
5 S AIR FORCE ACADEMY          0.22 IN   0648 AM 07/13
MONUMENT CRK ABV WOODMEN ROAD  0.21 IN   0635 AM 07/13
UPPER WILLIAMS CANYON MET ABV  0.20 IN   0555 AM 07/13
MANITOU SPRINGS MET BELOW RUXT 0.20 IN   0615 AM 07/13
4 SSE AIR FORCE ACADEMY        0.20 IN   0655 AM 07/13
5 NNE MANITOU SPRINGS          0.20 IN   0648 AM 07/13
DOUGLAS CREEK MET STATION ABOV 0.19 IN   0620 AM 07/13
10 WSW FOUNTAIN                0.19 IN   0558 AM 07/13
3 SE MANITOU SPRINGS           0.18 IN   0645 AM 07/13
BEAR CRK                       0.16 IN   0555 AM 07/13
ROD AND GUN METEOROLOGIC STATI 0.16 IN   0630 AM 07/13
3 SW COLORADO SPRINGS          0.10 IN   0655 AM 07/13

...FREMONT...
4 SSW CANON CITY               0.96 IN   0649 AM 07/13
6 NNE CANON CITY               0.87 IN   0638 AM 07/13
7 ESE TEXAS CREEK              0.48 IN   0649 AM 07/13
1 SSE CANON CITY               0.26 IN   0651 AM 07/13
2 NNW PENROSE                  0.18 IN   0600 AM 07/13
2 S PENROSE                    0.11 IN   0615 AM 07/13
3 SW SWISSVALE                 0.01 IN   0634 AM 07/13

...HUERFANO...
APISHAPA                       1.20 IN   0600 AM 07/13
HUERFANO RIVER                 1.00 IN   0615 AM 07/13
1 WNW LA VETA                  0.45 IN   0652 AM 07/13
8 NW GARDNER                   0.24 IN   0556 AM 07/13
7 NNE LA VETA                  0.20 IN   0634 AM 07/13

...KIOWA...
HASWELL                        0.12 IN   0600 AM 07/13

...LAKE...
LEADVILLE                      0.56 IN   0553 AM 07/13
5 NNE TWIN LAKES               0.32 IN   0608 AM 07/13
BRUMLEY                        0.30 IN   0600 AM 07/13
TURQUOISE LAKE (SUGARLOAF DAM) 0.17 IN   0600 AM 07/13
2 SE INDEPENDENCE PASS         0.04 IN   0615 AM 07/13

...LAS ANIMAS...
UPPER BENT CANYON MET STATION  1.96 IN   0635 AM 07/13
BENT CANYON CREEK AT MOUTH NEA 1.47 IN   0600 AM 07/13
BEAR SPRINGS HILLS MET STATION 1.37 IN   0630 AM 07/13
STOKES AP                      0.76 IN   0554 AM 07/13
4 E THATCHER                   0.54 IN   0623 AM 07/13
AGUILAR                        0.54 IN   0651 AM 07/13
LOCKWOOD CANYON CREEK NEAR THA 0.43 IN   0600 AM 07/13
TAYLOR ARROYO BLO ROCK CROSSIN 0.20 IN   0600 AM 07/13
VAN BREMER ARROYO              0.12 IN   0600 AM 07/13
6 ESE WESTON                   0.11 IN   0626 AM 07/13
TRINIDAD                       0.07 IN   0615 AM 07/13
PURGATOIRE RIVER               0.04 IN   0630 AM 07/13
1 W TRINIDAD                   0.04 IN   0648 AM 07/13
RATON CREEK ABOVE STARKVILLE   0.02 IN   0630 AM 07/13
COKEDALE                       0.01 IN   0655 AM 07/13

...MINERAL...
MIDDLE CREEK                   0.60 IN   0600 AM 07/13
WOLF CREEK SNOTEL              0.50 IN   0600 AM 07/13
SOUTH FORK RIO GRANDE BELOW CO 0.03 IN   0630 AM 07/13
GOOSE CREEK ABOVE HUMPHREYS RE 0.01 IN   0630 AM 07/13

...OTERO...
HIGBEE (NMIC2)                 4.78 IN   0600 AM 07/13
1 WNW ROCKY FORD               2.46 IN   0616 AM 07/13
LA JUNTA MUNICIPAL AIRPORT     2.23 IN   0553 AM 07/13
2 W CHERAW                     1.96 IN   0630 AM 07/13

...PROWERS...
LAMAR MUNICIPAL AIRPORT        0.98 IN   0553 AM 07/13

...PUEBLO...
RYE 1 SW                       0.92 IN   0900 PM 07/12
5 ESE WETMORE                  0.79 IN   0558 AM 07/13
3 NNW COLORADO CITY            0.74 IN   0652 AM 07/13
1 W COLORADO CITY              0.40 IN   0657 AM 07/13
12 E COLORADO CITY             0.34 IN   0600 AM 07/13
ARKANSAS RVR AT MOFFAT STREET  0.30 IN   0545 AM 07/13
1 SSE PUEBLO WEST              0.30 IN   0641 AM 07/13
2 ENE PUEBLO WEST              0.26 IN   0600 AM 07/13
4 WNW PUEBLO WEST              0.23 IN   0600 AM 07/13
PUEBLO                         0.15 IN   0553 AM 07/13
WFO PUEBLO                     0.11 IN   1200 AM 07/13

...RIO GRANDE...
GRAYBACK                       1.00 IN   0500 AM 07/13
11 SW MONTE VISTA              0.25 IN   0600 AM 07/13
5 W DEL NORTE                  0.04 IN   0645 AM 07/13

...SAGUACHE...
5 E VILLA GROVE                2.30 IN   0600 AM 07/13
SARGENTS MESA                  1.10 IN   0600 AM 07/13
MEDANO PASS                    1.00 IN   0600 AM 07/13
COCHETOPA PASS                 0.50 IN   0600 AM 07/13
17 S NORTH PASS                0.40 IN   0600 AM 07/13
3 N NORTH PASS                 0.10 IN   0557 AM 07/13
6 W SARGENTS                   0.04 IN   0622 AM 07/13
1 SE CRESTONE                  0.02 IN   1200 AM 07/13
INDIAN  SPRGS MET STATION NR G 0.02 IN   0545 AM 07/13
5 SE NORTH PASS                0.01 IN   0609 AM 07/13
KERBER CREEK NEAR VILLA GROVE  0.01 IN   0630 AM 07/13

...TELLER...
GLEN COVE                      1.10 IN   0600 AM 07/13
WOODLAND PARK                  0.77 IN   1015 PM 07/12
DIVIDE 4NW                     0.63 IN   0600 AM 07/13
7 NE LAKE GEORGE               0.63 IN   0638 AM 07/13
4 N WOODLAND PARK              0.62 IN   0653 AM 07/13
3 SE WESTCREEK                 0.60 IN   0554 AM 07/13
4 SE WESTCREEK                 0.59 IN   0638 AM 07/13
5 SW WESTCREEK                 0.55 IN   0638 AM 07/13
3 N FLORISSANT                 0.31 IN   0645 AM 07/13
3 WSW WESTCREEK                0.20 IN   0638 AM 07/13
3 SW DIVIDE                    0.16 IN   0655 AM 07/13
8 SW WESTCREEK                 0.12 IN   0638 AM 07/13
5 W CRIPPLE CREEK              0.01 IN   0608 AM 07/13

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

$$

PJC


000
NOUS43 KGLD 131200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT SUN JUL 13 2014

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

IN 1934, GOODLAND KANSAS WAS IN THE MIDDLE OF ITS WORST HEAT WAVE
ON RECORD. THE TEMPERATURE CLIMBED ABOVE 100 DEGREES FOR AN
UNPRECEDENTED 13 CONSECUTIVE DAYS BETWEEN JULY 10 AND JULY 22. THE
TEMPERATURE ON JULY 13 WAS THE HOTTEST OF THOSE DAYS, REACHING
108 DEGREES.

IN 2007, THUNDERSTORMS PRODUCED HAIL TO THE SIZE OF QUARTERS IN
HITCHCOCK COUNTY NEBRASKA.

$$







000
NOUS43 KGLD 131200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT SUN JUL 13 2014

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

IN 1934, GOODLAND KANSAS WAS IN THE MIDDLE OF ITS WORST HEAT WAVE
ON RECORD. THE TEMPERATURE CLIMBED ABOVE 100 DEGREES FOR AN
UNPRECEDENTED 13 CONSECUTIVE DAYS BETWEEN JULY 10 AND JULY 22. THE
TEMPERATURE ON JULY 13 WAS THE HOTTEST OF THOSE DAYS, REACHING
108 DEGREES.

IN 2007, THUNDERSTORMS PRODUCED HAIL TO THE SIZE OF QUARTERS IN
HITCHCOCK COUNTY NEBRASKA.

$$






000
NOUS43 KARX 131150
PNSARX

NZUS93 KARX DDHHMM

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LA CROSSE WI
650 AM CDT SUN JUL 13 2014

...24 HOUR RAINFALL TOTALS ACROSS THE AREA...

LOCATION                   RAINFALL    TIME     LAT/LON


IOWA

...ALLAMAKEE COUNTY...
DORCHESTER 3S              0.79        0700 AM  43.42N 91.51W
HARPERS FERRY              0.42        0700 AM  43.17N 91.24W
ION                        0.15        0700 AM  43.11N 91.27W

...CHICKASAW COUNTY...
IONIA                      0.58        0700 AM  43.03N 92.50W

...CLAYTON COUNTY...
LITTLEPORT                 0.42        0700 AM  42.75N 91.37W
GARBER                     0.25        0700 AM  42.74N 91.26W
GUTTENBERG                 0.25        0700 AM  42.79N 91.10W
ELKADER                    0.21        0700 AM  42.84N 91.40W
MARQUETTE                  0.09        0700 AM  43.04N 91.21W

...FAYETTE COUNTY...
ELDORADO                   0.34        0700 AM  43.05N 91.81W

...FLOYD COUNTY...
CHARLES CITY CEDAR RVR     0.24        0700 AM  43.06N 92.67W

...WINNESHIEK COUNTY...
BLUFFTON                   0.46        0700 AM  43.41N 91.90W
DECORAH UPPER IA RVR       0.23        0700 AM  43.30N 91.80W

MINNESOTA

...FILLMORE COUNTY...
PILOT MOUND                0.61        0700 AM  43.78N 92.03W
PRESTON                    0.45        0700 AM  43.67N 92.07W
LANESBORO                  0.32        0700 AM  43.72N 91.97W

...HOUSTON COUNTY...
HOUSTON                    1.11        0700 AM  43.77N 91.57W
MOUND PRAIRIE              0.70        0700 AM  43.78N 91.45W

...MOWER COUNTY...
AUSTIN 3S                  0.48        0700 AM  43.62N 93.00W
AUSTIN  DOBBINS CR         0.48        0700 AM  43.67N 92.95W
AUSTIN  TURTLE CREEK       0.40        0700 AM  43.65N 92.98W
LANSING                    0.37        0700 AM  43.75N 92.95W

...OLMSTED COUNTY...
ROCHESTER 5SW              0.35        0700 AM  43.98N 92.56W
ROCHESTER ASOS             0.35        0700 AM  43.91N 92.50W
ROCHESTER - SILVER CREEK   0.21        0700 AM  44.03N 92.42W
ROCHESTER BELTLINE         0.20        0700 AM  43.91N 92.50W
ROCHESTER - BEAR CREEK     0.18        0700 AM  43.92N 92.48W
ROCHESTER - CASCADE CREEK  0.13        0700 AM  44.03N 92.48W
POST TOWN                  0.12        0700 AM  44.09N 92.82W
ELBA                       0.08        0700 AM  44.05N 92.05W
ORONOCO                    0.04        0700 AM  44.17N 92.55W
DOVER 1E                   0.01        0700 AM  43.97N 92.12W

...WABASHA COUNTY...
KELLOGG                    0.04        0700 AM  44.32N 92.00W
LAKE CITY                  0.03        0700 AM  44.45N 92.26W

...WINONA COUNTY...
LA CRESCENT DAM 7          1.66        0700 AM  43.87N 91.31W
DAKOTA                     0.92        0700 AM  43.92N 91.37W
WINONA DAM 5A              0.35        0700 AM  44.09N 91.67W
MINNESOTA CITY             0.11        0700 AM  44.16N 91.81W
ALTURA                     0.09        0700 AM  44.15N 92.01W

WISCONSIN

...BUFFALO COUNTY...
ALMA DAM 4                 0.08        0700 AM  44.33N 91.92W

...CLARK COUNTY...
NEILLSVILLE 1W             0.36        0700 AM  44.56N 90.61W

...CRAWFORD COUNTY...
LYNXVILLE DAM 9            0.44        0700 AM  43.21N 91.10W
STEUBEN                    0.27        0700 AM  43.18N 90.87W

...GRANT COUNTY...
BURTON                     0.40        0700 AM  42.72N 90.82W
ROCKVILLE                  0.28        0700 AM  42.73N 90.64W
BOSCOBEL ASOS              0.21        0700 AM  43.16N 90.68W
BOSCOBEL RAWS              0.20        0700 AM  43.15N 90.68W
MUSCODA                    0.15        0700 AM  43.20N 90.44W

...JACKSON COUNTY...
BLACK RIVER FALLS RAWS     1.14        0700 AM  44.30N 90.84W

...JUNEAU COUNTY...
NECEDAH 5WNW               0.36        0700 AM  44.06N 90.17W
NECEDAH 1W                 0.31        0700 AM  44.02N 90.08W

...LA CROSSE COUNTY...
LA CROSSE AIRPORT          2.99        0700 AM  43.88N 91.26W
LA CROSSE NWS              1.50        0700 AM  43.80N 91.37W

...TAYLOR COUNTY...
GAD 6E                     0.89        0700 AM  45.14N 90.20W
LUBLIN DIAMOND LAKE        0.40        0700 AM  45.11N 90.69W

...TREMPEALEAU COUNTY...
TREMPEALEAU DAM 6          0.72        0700 AM  44.00N 91.44W

...VERNON COUNTY...
ONTARIO                    0.95        0700 AM  43.72N 90.59W
LA FARGE                   0.66        0700 AM  43.57N 90.64W
GENOA                      0.65        0700 AM  43.57N 91.23W
READSTOWN                  0.39        0700 AM  43.45N 90.76W

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

FOR THIS...AND A WEALTH OF OTHER RIVER AND WEATHER INFORMATION...
VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT  WEATHER.GOV/LACROSSE

$$

ZT



000
NOUS43 KARX 131150
PNSARX

NZUS93 KARX DDHHMM

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LA CROSSE WI
650 AM CDT SUN JUL 13 2014

...24 HOUR RAINFALL TOTALS ACROSS THE AREA...

LOCATION                   RAINFALL    TIME     LAT/LON


IOWA

...ALLAMAKEE COUNTY...
DORCHESTER 3S              0.79        0700 AM  43.42N 91.51W
HARPERS FERRY              0.42        0700 AM  43.17N 91.24W
ION                        0.15        0700 AM  43.11N 91.27W

...CHICKASAW COUNTY...
IONIA                      0.58        0700 AM  43.03N 92.50W

...CLAYTON COUNTY...
LITTLEPORT                 0.42        0700 AM  42.75N 91.37W
GARBER                     0.25        0700 AM  42.74N 91.26W
GUTTENBERG                 0.25        0700 AM  42.79N 91.10W
ELKADER                    0.21        0700 AM  42.84N 91.40W
MARQUETTE                  0.09        0700 AM  43.04N 91.21W

...FAYETTE COUNTY...
ELDORADO                   0.34        0700 AM  43.05N 91.81W

...FLOYD COUNTY...
CHARLES CITY CEDAR RVR     0.24        0700 AM  43.06N 92.67W

...WINNESHIEK COUNTY...
BLUFFTON                   0.46        0700 AM  43.41N 91.90W
DECORAH UPPER IA RVR       0.23        0700 AM  43.30N 91.80W

MINNESOTA

...FILLMORE COUNTY...
PILOT MOUND                0.61        0700 AM  43.78N 92.03W
PRESTON                    0.45        0700 AM  43.67N 92.07W
LANESBORO                  0.32        0700 AM  43.72N 91.97W

...HOUSTON COUNTY...
HOUSTON                    1.11        0700 AM  43.77N 91.57W
MOUND PRAIRIE              0.70        0700 AM  43.78N 91.45W

...MOWER COUNTY...
AUSTIN 3S                  0.48        0700 AM  43.62N 93.00W
AUSTIN  DOBBINS CR         0.48        0700 AM  43.67N 92.95W
AUSTIN  TURTLE CREEK       0.40        0700 AM  43.65N 92.98W
LANSING                    0.37        0700 AM  43.75N 92.95W

...OLMSTED COUNTY...
ROCHESTER 5SW              0.35        0700 AM  43.98N 92.56W
ROCHESTER ASOS             0.35        0700 AM  43.91N 92.50W
ROCHESTER - SILVER CREEK   0.21        0700 AM  44.03N 92.42W
ROCHESTER BELTLINE         0.20        0700 AM  43.91N 92.50W
ROCHESTER - BEAR CREEK     0.18        0700 AM  43.92N 92.48W
ROCHESTER - CASCADE CREEK  0.13        0700 AM  44.03N 92.48W
POST TOWN                  0.12        0700 AM  44.09N 92.82W
ELBA                       0.08        0700 AM  44.05N 92.05W
ORONOCO                    0.04        0700 AM  44.17N 92.55W
DOVER 1E                   0.01        0700 AM  43.97N 92.12W

...WABASHA COUNTY...
KELLOGG                    0.04        0700 AM  44.32N 92.00W
LAKE CITY                  0.03        0700 AM  44.45N 92.26W

...WINONA COUNTY...
LA CRESCENT DAM 7          1.66        0700 AM  43.87N 91.31W
DAKOTA                     0.92        0700 AM  43.92N 91.37W
WINONA DAM 5A              0.35        0700 AM  44.09N 91.67W
MINNESOTA CITY             0.11        0700 AM  44.16N 91.81W
ALTURA                     0.09        0700 AM  44.15N 92.01W

WISCONSIN

...BUFFALO COUNTY...
ALMA DAM 4                 0.08        0700 AM  44.33N 91.92W

...CLARK COUNTY...
NEILLSVILLE 1W             0.36        0700 AM  44.56N 90.61W

...CRAWFORD COUNTY...
LYNXVILLE DAM 9            0.44        0700 AM  43.21N 91.10W
STEUBEN                    0.27        0700 AM  43.18N 90.87W

...GRANT COUNTY...
BURTON                     0.40        0700 AM  42.72N 90.82W
ROCKVILLE                  0.28        0700 AM  42.73N 90.64W
BOSCOBEL ASOS              0.21        0700 AM  43.16N 90.68W
BOSCOBEL RAWS              0.20        0700 AM  43.15N 90.68W
MUSCODA                    0.15        0700 AM  43.20N 90.44W

...JACKSON COUNTY...
BLACK RIVER FALLS RAWS     1.14        0700 AM  44.30N 90.84W

...JUNEAU COUNTY...
NECEDAH 5WNW               0.36        0700 AM  44.06N 90.17W
NECEDAH 1W                 0.31        0700 AM  44.02N 90.08W

...LA CROSSE COUNTY...
LA CROSSE AIRPORT          2.99        0700 AM  43.88N 91.26W
LA CROSSE NWS              1.50        0700 AM  43.80N 91.37W

...TAYLOR COUNTY...
GAD 6E                     0.89        0700 AM  45.14N 90.20W
LUBLIN DIAMOND LAKE        0.40        0700 AM  45.11N 90.69W

...TREMPEALEAU COUNTY...
TREMPEALEAU DAM 6          0.72        0700 AM  44.00N 91.44W

...VERNON COUNTY...
ONTARIO                    0.95        0700 AM  43.72N 90.59W
LA FARGE                   0.66        0700 AM  43.57N 90.64W
GENOA                      0.65        0700 AM  43.57N 91.23W
READSTOWN                  0.39        0700 AM  43.45N 90.76W

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

FOR THIS...AND A WEALTH OF OTHER RIVER AND WEATHER INFORMATION...
VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT  WEATHER.GOV/LACROSSE

$$

ZT


000
NOUS45 KPUB 122303
PNSPUB

ZCZC DENPNSPUB ALL
TTAA00 KPUB DDHHMM

COZ070-085-086-130002

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
502 PM MDT SAT JUL 12 2014

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 93
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 65
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.01
                    PK WIND 52 MPH FROM N AT 343 PM MDT.

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 86
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 62
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.14
                    PK WIND 41 MPH FROM N AT 202 PM MDT.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 86
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 47
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0
                    PK WIND 43 MPH FROM E AT 459 PM MDT.


$$


000
NOUS45 KPUB 122303
PNSPUB

ZCZC DENPNSPUB ALL
TTAA00 KPUB DDHHMM

COZ070-085-086-130002

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
502 PM MDT SAT JUL 12 2014

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 93
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 65
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.01
                    PK WIND 52 MPH FROM N AT 343 PM MDT.

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 86
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 62
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.14
                    PK WIND 41 MPH FROM N AT 202 PM MDT.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 86
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 47
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0
                    PK WIND 43 MPH FROM E AT 459 PM MDT.


$$


000
NOUS45 KPUB 122303
PNSPUB

ZCZC DENPNSPUB ALL
TTAA00 KPUB DDHHMM

COZ070-085-086-130002

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
502 PM MDT SAT JUL 12 2014

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 93
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 65
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.01
                    PK WIND 52 MPH FROM N AT 343 PM MDT.

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 86
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 62
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.14
                    PK WIND 41 MPH FROM N AT 202 PM MDT.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 86
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 47
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0
                    PK WIND 43 MPH FROM E AT 459 PM MDT.


$$


000
NOUS45 KPUB 122303
PNSPUB

ZCZC DENPNSPUB ALL
TTAA00 KPUB DDHHMM

COZ070-085-086-130002

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
502 PM MDT SAT JUL 12 2014

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 93
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 65
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.01
                    PK WIND 52 MPH FROM N AT 343 PM MDT.

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 86
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 62
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.14
                    PK WIND 41 MPH FROM N AT 202 PM MDT.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 86
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 47
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0
                    PK WIND 43 MPH FROM E AT 459 PM MDT.


$$


000
NOUS45 KGJT 121920
PNSGJT

NOUS45 KGJT DDHHMM
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
120 PM MDT SAT JUL 12 2014

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

WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH 24 HOUR AIRPORT STATIONS:

CRAIG,                                   0.43.
DURANGO,                                 0.24.
RIFLE,                                   0.28.


OFFICIAL CLIMATE STATIONS OF WESTERN COLORADO:

2 MILES SOUTHWEST OF COLLBRAN,           0.53.
8 MILES EAST OF IGNACIO,                 0.27.
MASSADONA,                               0.10.
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS,                       0.28.
YAMPA,                                   0.98.


UNOFFICIAL STATIONS:

7 MILES NORTH OF BAYFIELD,               0.43.
COLLBRAN,                                0.51.
5 MILES SOUTH OF DURANGO,                0.64.
1 MILE EAST OF SILT,                     0.22.
1 MILE SOUTHEAST OF STEAMBOAT SPRINGS,   0.32.
2 MILES NORTH OF WOLCOTT,                0.11.
4 MILES NORTHEAST OF CEDAREDGE,          0.20.


CLIMATE REFERENCE NETWORK SITES OF WESTERN COLORADO:

8 MILES SOUTHEAST OF CORTEZ,             0.21.
2 MILES EAST OF DINOSAUR,                0.11.


ADDITIONAL UNOFFICIAL REPORTS:

4 MILES SOUTH OF COLLBRAN,               0.50.
9 MILES SOUTH OF DURANGO,                0.52.
GRAND JCT, EAST NAT`L MONUMENT ENTRANCE, 0.37.
4 MILES WESTSOUTHWEST OF PAGOSA SPRINGS, 0.30.

$$


000
NOUS45 KGJT 121920
PNSGJT

NOUS45 KGJT DDHHMM
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
120 PM MDT SAT JUL 12 2014

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

WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH 24 HOUR AIRPORT STATIONS:

CRAIG,                                   0.43.
DURANGO,                                 0.24.
RIFLE,                                   0.28.


OFFICIAL CLIMATE STATIONS OF WESTERN COLORADO:

2 MILES SOUTHWEST OF COLLBRAN,           0.53.
8 MILES EAST OF IGNACIO,                 0.27.
MASSADONA,                               0.10.
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS,                       0.28.
YAMPA,                                   0.98.


UNOFFICIAL STATIONS:

7 MILES NORTH OF BAYFIELD,               0.43.
COLLBRAN,                                0.51.
5 MILES SOUTH OF DURANGO,                0.64.
1 MILE EAST OF SILT,                     0.22.
1 MILE SOUTHEAST OF STEAMBOAT SPRINGS,   0.32.
2 MILES NORTH OF WOLCOTT,                0.11.
4 MILES NORTHEAST OF CEDAREDGE,          0.20.


CLIMATE REFERENCE NETWORK SITES OF WESTERN COLORADO:

8 MILES SOUTHEAST OF CORTEZ,             0.21.
2 MILES EAST OF DINOSAUR,                0.11.


ADDITIONAL UNOFFICIAL REPORTS:

4 MILES SOUTH OF COLLBRAN,               0.50.
9 MILES SOUTH OF DURANGO,                0.52.
GRAND JCT, EAST NAT`L MONUMENT ENTRANCE, 0.37.
4 MILES WESTSOUTHWEST OF PAGOSA SPRINGS, 0.30.

$$


000
NOUS45 KGJT 121920
PNSGJT

NOUS45 KGJT DDHHMM
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
120 PM MDT SAT JUL 12 2014

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

WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH 24 HOUR AIRPORT STATIONS:

CRAIG,                                   0.43.
DURANGO,                                 0.24.
RIFLE,                                   0.28.


OFFICIAL CLIMATE STATIONS OF WESTERN COLORADO:

2 MILES SOUTHWEST OF COLLBRAN,           0.53.
8 MILES EAST OF IGNACIO,                 0.27.
MASSADONA,                               0.10.
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS,                       0.28.
YAMPA,                                   0.98.


UNOFFICIAL STATIONS:

7 MILES NORTH OF BAYFIELD,               0.43.
COLLBRAN,                                0.51.
5 MILES SOUTH OF DURANGO,                0.64.
1 MILE EAST OF SILT,                     0.22.
1 MILE SOUTHEAST OF STEAMBOAT SPRINGS,   0.32.
2 MILES NORTH OF WOLCOTT,                0.11.
4 MILES NORTHEAST OF CEDAREDGE,          0.20.


CLIMATE REFERENCE NETWORK SITES OF WESTERN COLORADO:

8 MILES SOUTHEAST OF CORTEZ,             0.21.
2 MILES EAST OF DINOSAUR,                0.11.


ADDITIONAL UNOFFICIAL REPORTS:

4 MILES SOUTH OF COLLBRAN,               0.50.
9 MILES SOUTH OF DURANGO,                0.52.
GRAND JCT, EAST NAT`L MONUMENT ENTRANCE, 0.37.
4 MILES WESTSOUTHWEST OF PAGOSA SPRINGS, 0.30.

$$


000
NOUS45 KGJT 121920
PNSGJT

NOUS45 KGJT DDHHMM
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
120 PM MDT SAT JUL 12 2014

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

WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH 24 HOUR AIRPORT STATIONS:

CRAIG,                                   0.43.
DURANGO,                                 0.24.
RIFLE,                                   0.28.


OFFICIAL CLIMATE STATIONS OF WESTERN COLORADO:

2 MILES SOUTHWEST OF COLLBRAN,           0.53.
8 MILES EAST OF IGNACIO,                 0.27.
MASSADONA,                               0.10.
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS,                       0.28.
YAMPA,                                   0.98.


UNOFFICIAL STATIONS:

7 MILES NORTH OF BAYFIELD,               0.43.
COLLBRAN,                                0.51.
5 MILES SOUTH OF DURANGO,                0.64.
1 MILE EAST OF SILT,                     0.22.
1 MILE SOUTHEAST OF STEAMBOAT SPRINGS,   0.32.
2 MILES NORTH OF WOLCOTT,                0.11.
4 MILES NORTHEAST OF CEDAREDGE,          0.20.


CLIMATE REFERENCE NETWORK SITES OF WESTERN COLORADO:

8 MILES SOUTHEAST OF CORTEZ,             0.21.
2 MILES EAST OF DINOSAUR,                0.11.


ADDITIONAL UNOFFICIAL REPORTS:

4 MILES SOUTH OF COLLBRAN,               0.50.
9 MILES SOUTH OF DURANGO,                0.52.
GRAND JCT, EAST NAT`L MONUMENT ENTRANCE, 0.37.
4 MILES WESTSOUTHWEST OF PAGOSA SPRINGS, 0.30.

$$


000
NOUS43 KSGF 121400
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-131400

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
900 AM CDT SAT JUL 12 2014

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Douglas   Ava                    90  67   0.00
Morgan    Gravois Mills          89  75   0.00
Benton    Edwards 6W             93  73   0.00
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            92  71   0.00
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            90  67   0.00

$$





000
NOUS43 KSGF 121400
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-131400

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
900 AM CDT SAT JUL 12 2014

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Douglas   Ava                    90  67   0.00
Morgan    Gravois Mills          89  75   0.00
Benton    Edwards 6W             93  73   0.00
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            92  71   0.00
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            90  67   0.00

$$






000
NOUS45 KGJT 121353
PNSGJT

NOUS45 KGJT DDHHMM
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
751 AM MDT SAT JUL 12 2014

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


WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH 24 HOUR STATIONS:

CRAIG,                                   0.43.
DURANGO,                                 0.24.
RIFLE,                                   0.28.


OFFICIAL CLIMATE STATIONS OF WESTERN COLORADO:

8 MILES EAST OF IGNACIO,                 0.27.


UNOFFICIAL STATIONS:

COLLBRAN,                                0.51.
1 MILE EAST OF SILT,                     0.22.
1 MILE SOUTHEAST OF STEAMBOAT SPRINGS,   0.32.


CLIMATE REFERENCE NETWORK SITES OF WESTERN COLORADO:

8 MILES SOUTHEAST OF CORTEZ,             0.21.
2 MILES EAST OF DINOSAUR,                0.11.


$$



000
NOUS45 KGJT 121353
PNSGJT

NOUS45 KGJT DDHHMM
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
751 AM MDT SAT JUL 12 2014

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


WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH 24 HOUR STATIONS:

CRAIG,                                   0.43.
DURANGO,                                 0.24.
RIFLE,                                   0.28.


OFFICIAL CLIMATE STATIONS OF WESTERN COLORADO:

8 MILES EAST OF IGNACIO,                 0.27.


UNOFFICIAL STATIONS:

COLLBRAN,                                0.51.
1 MILE EAST OF SILT,                     0.22.
1 MILE SOUTHEAST OF STEAMBOAT SPRINGS,   0.32.


CLIMATE REFERENCE NETWORK SITES OF WESTERN COLORADO:

8 MILES SOUTHEAST OF CORTEZ,             0.21.
2 MILES EAST OF DINOSAUR,                0.11.


$$


000
NOUS42 KMLB 121342 CCA
PNSMLB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MELBOURNE FL
942 AM EDT SAT JUL 12 2014...UPDATED TO INCLUDE SUMTERVILLE

...DAYTONA BEACH NOAA WEATHER RADIO CONTINUES OUT OF SERVICE UNTIL
FURTHER NOTICE...

THE DAYTONA BEACH NOAA WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTER OPERATING ON A
FREQUENCY OF 162.400 MEGAHERTZ IS OUT OF SERVICE. WE ARE AWAITING
DISPATCH FROM AT&T TECHNICIANS TO PERFORM WORK ON THE TELCO CIRCUIT
WHICH IS CAUSING THE OUTAGE.

WHILE NORMAL BROADCASTS ARE INTERRUPTED...THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE IN MELBOURNE SUGGESTS THAT NOAA WEATHER RADIO LISTENERS IN
VOLUSIA...LAKE...ORANGE...SEMINOLE...BREVARD...PUTNAM...AND FLAGLER
COUNTIES TUNE TO THEIR LOCAL MEDIA OUTLETS FOR THE LATEST NATIONAL
WEATHER SERVICE FORECASTS...WATCHES...WARNINGS...AND STATEMENTS.
OFFICIAL CURRENT NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE INFORMATION IS ALSO
AVAILABLE AT THE FOLLOWING WEB ADDRESS:

HTTP://WWW.SRH.NOAA.GOV/MLB

HERE IS A LIST OF ALTERNATIVE TRANSMITTERS COVERING THE DAYTONA
BEACH LISTENING AREA...

162.425 MHZ IN PALATKA...
162.500 MHZ IN SUMTERVILLE...
162.475 MHZ IN ORLANDO...
162.550 MHZ IN MELBOURNE.

A PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT WILL BE ISSUED FROM THE NATIONAL
WEATHER SERVICE IN MELBOURNE WHEN STATION KIH-26 RESUMES NORMAL
BROADCASTS.

WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATIENCE AND APOLOGIZE FOR THE INCONVENIENCE.

$$

CARTWRIGHT


























000
NOUS42 KMLB 121342 CCA
PNSMLB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MELBOURNE FL
942 AM EDT SAT JUL 12 2014...UPDATED TO INCLUDE SUMTERVILLE

...DAYTONA BEACH NOAA WEATHER RADIO CONTINUES OUT OF SERVICE UNTIL
FURTHER NOTICE...

THE DAYTONA BEACH NOAA WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTER OPERATING ON A
FREQUENCY OF 162.400 MEGAHERTZ IS OUT OF SERVICE. WE ARE AWAITING
DISPATCH FROM AT&T TECHNICIANS TO PERFORM WORK ON THE TELCO CIRCUIT
WHICH IS CAUSING THE OUTAGE.

WHILE NORMAL BROADCASTS ARE INTERRUPTED...THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE IN MELBOURNE SUGGESTS THAT NOAA WEATHER RADIO LISTENERS IN
VOLUSIA...LAKE...ORANGE...SEMINOLE...BREVARD...PUTNAM...AND FLAGLER
COUNTIES TUNE TO THEIR LOCAL MEDIA OUTLETS FOR THE LATEST NATIONAL
WEATHER SERVICE FORECASTS...WATCHES...WARNINGS...AND STATEMENTS.
OFFICIAL CURRENT NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE INFORMATION IS ALSO
AVAILABLE AT THE FOLLOWING WEB ADDRESS:

HTTP://WWW.SRH.NOAA.GOV/MLB

HERE IS A LIST OF ALTERNATIVE TRANSMITTERS COVERING THE DAYTONA
BEACH LISTENING AREA...

162.425 MHZ IN PALATKA...
162.500 MHZ IN SUMTERVILLE...
162.475 MHZ IN ORLANDO...
162.550 MHZ IN MELBOURNE.

A PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT WILL BE ISSUED FROM THE NATIONAL
WEATHER SERVICE IN MELBOURNE WHEN STATION KIH-26 RESUMES NORMAL
BROADCASTS.

WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATIENCE AND APOLOGIZE FOR THE INCONVENIENCE.

$$

CARTWRIGHT

























000
NOUS42 KMLB 121237
PNSMLB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MELBOURNE FL
837 AM EDT SAT JUL 12 2014

...DAYTONA BEACH NOAA WEATHER RADIO CONTINUES OUT OF SERVICE UNTIL
FURTHER NOTICE...

THE DAYTONA BEACH NOAA WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTER OPERATING ON A
FREQUENCY OF 162.400 MEGAHERTZ IS OUT OF SERVICE. WE ARE AWAITING
DISPATCH FROM AT&T TECHNICIANS TO PERFORM WORK ON THE TELCO CIRCUIT
WHICH IS CAUSING THE OUTAGE.

WHILE NORMAL BROADCASTS ARE INTERRUPTED...THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE IN MELBOURNE SUGGESTS THAT NOAA WEATHER RADIO LISTENERS IN
VOLUSIA...LAKE...ORANGE...SEMINOLE...BREVARD...PUTNAM...AND FLAGLER
COUNTIES TUNE TO THEIR LOCAL MEDIA OUTLETS FOR THE LATEST NATIONAL
WEATHER SERVICE FORECASTS...WATCHES...WARNINGS...AND STATEMENTS.
OFFICIAL CURRENT NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE INFORMATION IS ALSO
AVAILABLE AT THE FOLLOWING WEB ADDRESS:

HTTP://WWW.SRH.NOAA.GOV/MLB

HERE IS A LIST OF ALTERNATIVE TRANSMITTERS COVERING THE DAYTONA
BEACH LISTENING AREA...

162.425 MHZ IN PALATKA...
162.475 MHZ IN ORLANDO...
162.550 MHZ IN MELBOURNE.

A PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT WILL BE ISSUED FROM THE NATIONAL
WEATHER SERVICE IN MELBOURNE WHEN STATION KIH-26 RESUMES NORMAL
BROADCASTS.

WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATIENCE AND APOLOGIZE FOR THE INCONVENIENCE.

$$

CARTWRIGHT























000
NOUS42 KMLB 121237
PNSMLB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MELBOURNE FL
837 AM EDT SAT JUL 12 2014

...DAYTONA BEACH NOAA WEATHER RADIO CONTINUES OUT OF SERVICE UNTIL
FURTHER NOTICE...

THE DAYTONA BEACH NOAA WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTER OPERATING ON A
FREQUENCY OF 162.400 MEGAHERTZ IS OUT OF SERVICE. WE ARE AWAITING
DISPATCH FROM AT&T TECHNICIANS TO PERFORM WORK ON THE TELCO CIRCUIT
WHICH IS CAUSING THE OUTAGE.

WHILE NORMAL BROADCASTS ARE INTERRUPTED...THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE IN MELBOURNE SUGGESTS THAT NOAA WEATHER RADIO LISTENERS IN
VOLUSIA...LAKE...ORANGE...SEMINOLE...BREVARD...PUTNAM...AND FLAGLER
COUNTIES TUNE TO THEIR LOCAL MEDIA OUTLETS FOR THE LATEST NATIONAL
WEATHER SERVICE FORECASTS...WATCHES...WARNINGS...AND STATEMENTS.
OFFICIAL CURRENT NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE INFORMATION IS ALSO
AVAILABLE AT THE FOLLOWING WEB ADDRESS:

HTTP://WWW.SRH.NOAA.GOV/MLB

HERE IS A LIST OF ALTERNATIVE TRANSMITTERS COVERING THE DAYTONA
BEACH LISTENING AREA...

162.425 MHZ IN PALATKA...
162.475 MHZ IN ORLANDO...
162.550 MHZ IN MELBOURNE.

A PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT WILL BE ISSUED FROM THE NATIONAL
WEATHER SERVICE IN MELBOURNE WHEN STATION KIH-26 RESUMES NORMAL
BROADCASTS.

WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATIENCE AND APOLOGIZE FOR THE INCONVENIENCE.

$$

CARTWRIGHT























000
NOUS42 KMLB 121237
PNSMLB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MELBOURNE FL
837 AM EDT SAT JUL 12 2014

...DAYTONA BEACH NOAA WEATHER RADIO CONTINUES OUT OF SERVICE UNTIL
FURTHER NOTICE...

THE DAYTONA BEACH NOAA WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTER OPERATING ON A
FREQUENCY OF 162.400 MEGAHERTZ IS OUT OF SERVICE. WE ARE AWAITING
DISPATCH FROM AT&T TECHNICIANS TO PERFORM WORK ON THE TELCO CIRCUIT
WHICH IS CAUSING THE OUTAGE.

WHILE NORMAL BROADCASTS ARE INTERRUPTED...THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE IN MELBOURNE SUGGESTS THAT NOAA WEATHER RADIO LISTENERS IN
VOLUSIA...LAKE...ORANGE...SEMINOLE...BREVARD...PUTNAM...AND FLAGLER
COUNTIES TUNE TO THEIR LOCAL MEDIA OUTLETS FOR THE LATEST NATIONAL
WEATHER SERVICE FORECASTS...WATCHES...WARNINGS...AND STATEMENTS.
OFFICIAL CURRENT NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE INFORMATION IS ALSO
AVAILABLE AT THE FOLLOWING WEB ADDRESS:

HTTP://WWW.SRH.NOAA.GOV/MLB

HERE IS A LIST OF ALTERNATIVE TRANSMITTERS COVERING THE DAYTONA
BEACH LISTENING AREA...

162.425 MHZ IN PALATKA...
162.475 MHZ IN ORLANDO...
162.550 MHZ IN MELBOURNE.

A PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT WILL BE ISSUED FROM THE NATIONAL
WEATHER SERVICE IN MELBOURNE WHEN STATION KIH-26 RESUMES NORMAL
BROADCASTS.

WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATIENCE AND APOLOGIZE FOR THE INCONVENIENCE.

$$

CARTWRIGHT























000
NOUS42 KMLB 121237
PNSMLB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MELBOURNE FL
837 AM EDT SAT JUL 12 2014

...DAYTONA BEACH NOAA WEATHER RADIO CONTINUES OUT OF SERVICE UNTIL
FURTHER NOTICE...

THE DAYTONA BEACH NOAA WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTER OPERATING ON A
FREQUENCY OF 162.400 MEGAHERTZ IS OUT OF SERVICE. WE ARE AWAITING
DISPATCH FROM AT&T TECHNICIANS TO PERFORM WORK ON THE TELCO CIRCUIT
WHICH IS CAUSING THE OUTAGE.

WHILE NORMAL BROADCASTS ARE INTERRUPTED...THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE IN MELBOURNE SUGGESTS THAT NOAA WEATHER RADIO LISTENERS IN
VOLUSIA...LAKE...ORANGE...SEMINOLE...BREVARD...PUTNAM...AND FLAGLER
COUNTIES TUNE TO THEIR LOCAL MEDIA OUTLETS FOR THE LATEST NATIONAL
WEATHER SERVICE FORECASTS...WATCHES...WARNINGS...AND STATEMENTS.
OFFICIAL CURRENT NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE INFORMATION IS ALSO
AVAILABLE AT THE FOLLOWING WEB ADDRESS:

HTTP://WWW.SRH.NOAA.GOV/MLB

HERE IS A LIST OF ALTERNATIVE TRANSMITTERS COVERING THE DAYTONA
BEACH LISTENING AREA...

162.425 MHZ IN PALATKA...
162.475 MHZ IN ORLANDO...
162.550 MHZ IN MELBOURNE.

A PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT WILL BE ISSUED FROM THE NATIONAL
WEATHER SERVICE IN MELBOURNE WHEN STATION KIH-26 RESUMES NORMAL
BROADCASTS.

WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATIENCE AND APOLOGIZE FOR THE INCONVENIENCE.

$$

CARTWRIGHT























000
NOUS43 KGLD 121200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT SAT JUL 12 2014

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

IN 1956, AN F2 TORNADO CAUSED MINOR PROPERTY DAMAGE IN WICHITA
COUNTY KANSAS. THE TORNADO PATH WAS ESTIMATED TO BE 5 MILES LONG
AND 33 YARDS WIDE.

IN 2007, THUNDERSTORM WINDS ESTIMATED AT CLOSE TO 80 MPH BLEW OVER
A SEMI TRUCK 1 MILE WEST OF REAGER KANSAS IN NORTON COUNTY. A GRAIN
BIN IN TOWN WAS ALSO DESTROYED AT THE GRAIN ELEVATOR.

$$







000
NOUS45 KPUB 112259
PNSPUB

ZCZC DENPNSPUB ALL
TTAA00 KPUB DDHHMM

COZ070-085-086-112359

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
459 PM MDT FRI JUL 11 2014

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 98
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 69
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.01
                    PK WIND 39 MPH FROM  N AT 340 AM MDT.

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 92
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 68
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.11
                    PK WIND 41 MPH FROM N AT 421 AM MDT.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 85
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 52
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0
                    PK WIND 33 MPH FROM W AT 205 PM MDT.


$$



000
NOUS45 KPUB 112259
PNSPUB

ZCZC DENPNSPUB ALL
TTAA00 KPUB DDHHMM

COZ070-085-086-112359

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
459 PM MDT FRI JUL 11 2014

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 98
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 69
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.01
                    PK WIND 39 MPH FROM  N AT 340 AM MDT.

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 92
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 68
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.11
                    PK WIND 41 MPH FROM N AT 421 AM MDT.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 85
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 52
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0
                    PK WIND 33 MPH FROM W AT 205 PM MDT.


$$


000
NOUS45 KGJT 111921
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
120 PM MDT FRI JUL 11 2014

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

WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH 24 HOUR AIRPORT STATIONS:

ASPEN,                                   0.59.
DURANGO,                                 0.27.
CANYONLANDS AIRPORT,                     0.10.
VERNAL,                                  0.47.


OFFICIAL CLIMATE STATIONS OF WESTERN COLORADO:

2 MILES SOUTHWEST OF COLLBRAN,           0.10.
2 MILES WEST OF FRUITA,                  0.25.
1 MILE SOUTHWEST OF PAONIA,              0.20.
3 MILES NORTHEAST OF RIFLE,              0.20.
SHOSHONE,                                0.48.
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS,                       0.45.


OFFICIAL CLIMATE STATIONS OF EASTERN UTAH:

ARCHES NATIONAL PARK HEADQUARTERS,       0.38.
CANYONLANDS-THE NECK DISTRICT,           0.11.


UNOFFICIAL STATIONS:

2 MILES NORTH OF AVON,                   0.48.
COLLBRAN,                                0.14.
GOTHIC,                                  0.23.
1 MILE EAST OF SILT,                     0.10.
1 MILE SOUTHEAST OF STEAMBOAT SPRINGS,   0.30.
2 MILES NORTH OF WOLCOTT,                0.25.
4 MILES NORTHEAST OF CEDAREDGE,          0.12.


CLIMATE REFERENCE NETWORK SITES OF WESTERN COLORADO:

8 MILES SOUTHEAST OF CORTEZ,             0.24.


$$



000
NOUS45 KGJT 111921
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
120 PM MDT FRI JUL 11 2014

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

WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH 24 HOUR AIRPORT STATIONS:

ASPEN,                                   0.59.
DURANGO,                                 0.27.
CANYONLANDS AIRPORT,                     0.10.
VERNAL,                                  0.47.


OFFICIAL CLIMATE STATIONS OF WESTERN COLORADO:

2 MILES SOUTHWEST OF COLLBRAN,           0.10.
2 MILES WEST OF FRUITA,                  0.25.
1 MILE SOUTHWEST OF PAONIA,              0.20.
3 MILES NORTHEAST OF RIFLE,              0.20.
SHOSHONE,                                0.48.
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS,                       0.45.


OFFICIAL CLIMATE STATIONS OF EASTERN UTAH:

ARCHES NATIONAL PARK HEADQUARTERS,       0.38.
CANYONLANDS-THE NECK DISTRICT,           0.11.


UNOFFICIAL STATIONS:

2 MILES NORTH OF AVON,                   0.48.
COLLBRAN,                                0.14.
GOTHIC,                                  0.23.
1 MILE EAST OF SILT,                     0.10.
1 MILE SOUTHEAST OF STEAMBOAT SPRINGS,   0.30.
2 MILES NORTH OF WOLCOTT,                0.25.
4 MILES NORTHEAST OF CEDAREDGE,          0.12.


CLIMATE REFERENCE NETWORK SITES OF WESTERN COLORADO:

8 MILES SOUTHEAST OF CORTEZ,             0.24.


$$


000
NOUS45 KGJT 111920
PNSGJT

NOUS45 KGJT DDHHMM
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
120 PM MDT FRI JUL 11 2014

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

WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH 24 HOUR AIRPORT STATIONS:

ASPEN,                                   0.59.
DURANGO,                                 0.27.
CANYONLANDS AIRPORT,                     0.10.
VERNAL,                                  0.47.


OFFICIAL CLIMATE STATIONS OF WESTERN COLORADO:

2 MILES SOUTHWEST OF COLLBRAN,           0.10.
2 MILES WEST OF FRUITA,                  0.25.
1 MILE SOUTHWEST OF PAONIA,              0.20.
3 MILES NORTHEAST OF RIFLE,              0.20.
SHOSHONE,                                0.48.
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS,                       0.45.


OFFICIAL CLIMATE STATIONS OF EASTERN UTAH:

ARCHES NATIONAL PARK HEADQUARTERS,       0.38.
CANYONLANDS-THE NECK DISTRICT,           0.11.


UNOFFICIAL STATIONS:

2 MILES NORTH OF AVON,                   0.48.
COLLBRAN,                                0.14.
GOTHIC,                                  0.23.
1 MILE EAST OF SILT,                     0.10.
1 MILE SOUTHEAST OF STEAMBOAT SPRINGS,   0.30.
2 MILES NORTH OF WOLCOTT,                0.25.
4 MILES NORTHEAST OF CEDAREDGE,          0.12.


CLIMATE REFERENCE NETWORK SITES OF WESTERN COLORADO:

8 MILES SOUTHEAST OF CORTEZ,             0.24.


$$



000
NOUS41 KAKQ 111909 AAA
PNSAKQ

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WAKEFIELD VA
310 PM EDT FRI JUL 11 2014

...VIRGINIA BEACH DAMAGE SURVEY RESULTS...

A SURVEY OF THE DAMAGE IN VIRGINIA BEACH REVEALED 3 SEPARATE EVENTS
RELATED TO THE THURSDAY AFTERNOON THUNDERSTORMS. TWO OF THESE EVENTS
WERE STRAIGHT LINE WIND EVENTS...THE THIRD WAS A BRIEF TORNADO
TOUCHDOWN. BELOW IS A DESCRIPTION OF THE EVENTS IN CHRONOLOGICAL
ORDER.

EVENT 1 - MICROBURST IN THE AREA OF NORFOLK AVE...MEDITERRANEAN
AVE...PINEWOOD DRIVE AND LAKE DR. WINDS ESTIMATED BETWEEN 65 AND 70
MPH. SEVERAL LARGE TREES DOWN...SOME OF WHICH BROUGHT DOWN POWER
LINES AND POWER POLES. A CHURCH STEEPLE WAS BLOWN OFF...AND A CAR IN
THE CHURCH PARKING LOT WAS OVERTURNED. ALL DAMAGE ORIENTED FROM
SOUTHEAST TO NORTHWEST. TIME ESTIMATED AROUND 330 PM.

EVENT 2 - EF0 TORNADO

LOCATION...BETWEEN ARCTIC AVE AND PACIFIC AVE JUST SOUTH OF 16TH ST
NORTHEASTWARD TO THE OCEAN BETWEEN 17TH AND 18TH ST.
DATE...JULY 10 2014
ESTIMATED TIME...3:35 PM TO 3:36 PM EDT
MAXIMUM EF-SCALE RATING...EF-0
ESTIMATED MAXIMUM WIND SPEED...70 TO 75 MPH
MAXIMUM PATH WIDTH...30 YARDS
PATH LENGTH...0.35 MILES
BEGINNING LAT/LON...36.8432N / 75.9763W
ENDING LAT/LON...36.8472N / 75.9726W
* FATALITIES...0
* INJURIES...10

* DAMAGE DETAILS...SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE TO HOME FROM ROOF BEING BLOWN
OFF. DAMAGE TO SEVERAL OTHER STRUCTURES INCLUDING SCHOOL GYMNASIUM.
LARGE POOL WINDOW BLOWN OUT.

EVENT 3 - STRAIGHT LINE DOWNBURST WIND DAMAGE IN THE PRINCESS ANNE
COUNTRY CLUB AREA. SEVERAL LARGE TREES DOWN...SOME ON OR NEAR HOMES.
A COUPLE OF TREES FELL ONTO CARS. WINDS ESTIMATED AT 65 TO 70 MPH.
TIME ESTIMATED TO BE AROUND 345 PM.

NOTE...THE INFORMATION IN THIS STATEMENT IS PRELIMINARY AND SUBJECT
TO CHANGE PENDING FINAL REVIEW OF THE EVENT(S) AND PUBLICATION IN
NWS STORM DATA.


$$

BILL SAMMLER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
WAKEFIELD VA






000
NOUS42 KMFL 111907 CCA
PNSMFL

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MIAMI FL
305 PM EDT FRI JUL 11 2014

NOAA WEATHER RADIO STATION WNG-663 IN HOMESTEAD HAS BEEN RETURNED
TO SERVICE.

REMEMBER, THE LATEST WEATHER INFORMATION IS ALSO AVAILABLE ON OUR
WEBSITE AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/MIAMI

OR VISIT US ON FACEBOOK US NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE, MIAMI, FL

$$



000
NOUS42 KMFL 111907 CCA
PNSMFL

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MIAMI FL
305 PM EDT FRI JUL 11 2014

NOAA WEATHER RADIO STATION WNG-663 IN HOMESTEAD HAS BEEN RETURNED
TO SERVICE.

REMEMBER, THE LATEST WEATHER INFORMATION IS ALSO AVAILABLE ON OUR
WEBSITE AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/MIAMI

OR VISIT US ON FACEBOOK US NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE, MIAMI, FL

$$


000
NOUS42 KMLB 111846
PNSMLB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MELBOURNE FL
245 PM EDT FRI JUL 11 2014

...FORT PIERCE NOAA WEATHER RADIO IS BACK IN SERVICE...

THE FORT PIERCE NOAA WEATHER RADIO...STATION WWF-69...OPERATING ON A
FREQUENCY OF 162.425 MEGAHERTZ...IS BACK IN SERVICE.

WE THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATIENCE.

$$

PG




















000
NOUS42 KMLB 111846
PNSMLB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MELBOURNE FL
245 PM EDT FRI JUL 11 2014

...FORT PIERCE NOAA WEATHER RADIO IS BACK IN SERVICE...

THE FORT PIERCE NOAA WEATHER RADIO...STATION WWF-69...OPERATING ON A
FREQUENCY OF 162.425 MEGAHERTZ...IS BACK IN SERVICE.

WE THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATIENCE.

$$

PG



















000
NOUS42 KMFL 111816 CCA
PNSMFL

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MIAMI FL
215 PM EDT FRI JUL 11 2014

NOAA WEATHER RADIO STATION WNG-663 IN HOMESTEAD WILL BE OFF THE AIR
FOR THE NEXT COUPLE OF HOURS FOR MAINTENANCE.

REMEMBER, THE LATEST WEATHER INFORMATION IS ALSO AVAILABLE ON OUR
WEBSITE AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/MIAMI

OR VISIT US ON FACEBOOK US NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE, MIAMI, FL

$$


000
NOUS45 KPSR 111431
PNSPSR

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PHOENIX AZ
730 AM MST FRI JUL 11 2014

THE YUMA KYUX RADAR WILL BE DOWN FOR ROUTINE MAINTENANCE FROM 730 AM
UNTIL 930 AM.







000
NOUS45 KPSR 111431
PNSPSR

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PHOENIX AZ
730 AM MST FRI JUL 11 2014

THE YUMA KYUX RADAR WILL BE DOWN FOR ROUTINE MAINTENANCE FROM 730 AM
UNTIL 930 AM.







000
NOUS45 KPSR 111431
PNSPSR

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PHOENIX AZ
730 AM MST FRI JUL 11 2014

THE YUMA KYUX RADAR WILL BE DOWN FOR ROUTINE MAINTENANCE FROM 730 AM
UNTIL 930 AM.







000
NOUS45 KPSR 111431
PNSPSR

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PHOENIX AZ
730 AM MST FRI JUL 11 2014

THE YUMA KYUX RADAR WILL BE DOWN FOR ROUTINE MAINTENANCE FROM 730 AM
UNTIL 930 AM.







000
NOUS43 KSGF 111418
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-121417

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
917 AM CDT FRI JUL 11 2014

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Douglas   Ava                    77  63   T
Barry     Roaring River SP       82  61   0.05
Benton    Edwards 6W             84  66   0.00
Morgan    Gravois Mills          81  66   0.00
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            82  66   0.00
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            82  61   0.00

$$






000
NOUS41 KCTP 111400
PNSCTP
PAZ026-081615-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
1000 AM EDT FRI JUL 11 2014

...PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...

THE COUDERSPORT NOAA WEATHER RADIO WILL  BE DOWN FOR ROUTINE
MAINTENANCE FROM 10 AM UNTIL NOON TODAY.

$$

HEAD


000
NOUS41 KCTP 111400
PNSCTP
PAZ026-081615-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
1000 AM EDT FRI JUL 11 2014

...PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...

THE COUDERSPORT NOAA WEATHER RADIO WILL  BE DOWN FOR ROUTINE
MAINTENANCE FROM 10 AM UNTIL NOON TODAY.

$$

HEAD



000
NOUS41 KWBC 111227
PNSWSH

Public Information Notice
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
830 AM EDT Fri Jul 11 2014

TO:      Subscribers:
         -Family of Services
         -NOAA Weather Wire Service
         -Emergency Managers Weather Information Network
         -NOAAPORT
         Other NWS Partners and NWS Employees

FROM:    David Novak
         Acting Director, Weather Prediction Center

SUBJECT: Soliciting Comments until August 11, 2014, on a
Proposed Change in the Display Options of the Short-
Range Weather Charts

The NWS National Centers for Environmental Predictions (NCEP)
Weather Prediction Center (WPC) is accepting comments until
August 11, 2014, on its proposal to display ONLY the latest
National Digital Forecast Database (NDFD) weather forecast for
the weather portion of the short-range weather charts. This
change improves the detail of the product as well as the
consistency between the NDFD and WPC information.

Currently, the weather portion of the short-term weather charts
allows partners and users to select either Color, Black and
White, Terrain Background or NDFD alternate displays:

Color:
http://www.wpc.ncep.noaa.gov/basicwx/basicwx_wbg.php

Black and White:
http://www.wpc.ncep.noaa.gov/basicwx/basicwx_bw.php

Terrain Background:
http://www.wpc.ncep.noaa.gov/basicwx/basicwx_ter.php

NDFD:
http://www.wpc.ncep.noaa.gov/basicwx/basicwx_ndfd.php

If the proposed change is implemented, the weather portion of the
short-term weather charts will only display the NDFD graphic.
The other display formats and selection buttons (Color, Black and
White and Terrain Background) will not be available.
Additionally, the legacy AWIPS Redbook Graphic format will be
discontinued in favor of the NDFD web display.

Please send comments or requests for more information to:

  edwin.danaher@noaa.gov
  301-683-1494

National Public Information Notices are online at:

  http://www.weather.gov/os/notif.htm

$$



000
NOUS41 KWBC 111227
PNSWSH

Public Information Notice
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
830 AM EDT Fri Jul 11 2014

TO:      Subscribers:
         -Family of Services
         -NOAA Weather Wire Service
         -Emergency Managers Weather Information Network
         -NOAAPORT
         Other NWS Partners and NWS Employees

FROM:    David Novak
         Acting Director, Weather Prediction Center

SUBJECT: Soliciting Comments until August 11, 2014, on a
Proposed Change in the Display Options of the Short-
Range Weather Charts

The NWS National Centers for Environmental Predictions (NCEP)
Weather Prediction Center (WPC) is accepting comments until
August 11, 2014, on its proposal to display ONLY the latest
National Digital Forecast Database (NDFD) weather forecast for
the weather portion of the short-range weather charts. This
change improves the detail of the product as well as the
consistency between the NDFD and WPC information.

Currently, the weather portion of the short-term weather charts
allows partners and users to select either Color, Black and
White, Terrain Background or NDFD alternate displays:

Color:
http://www.wpc.ncep.noaa.gov/basicwx/basicwx_wbg.php

Black and White:
http://www.wpc.ncep.noaa.gov/basicwx/basicwx_bw.php

Terrain Background:
http://www.wpc.ncep.noaa.gov/basicwx/basicwx_ter.php

NDFD:
http://www.wpc.ncep.noaa.gov/basicwx/basicwx_ndfd.php

If the proposed change is implemented, the weather portion of the
short-term weather charts will only display the NDFD graphic.
The other display formats and selection buttons (Color, Black and
White and Terrain Background) will not be available.
Additionally, the legacy AWIPS Redbook Graphic format will be
discontinued in favor of the NDFD web display.

Please send comments or requests for more information to:

  edwin.danaher@noaa.gov
  301-683-1494

National Public Information Notices are online at:

  http://www.weather.gov/os/notif.htm

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 111200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT FRI JUL 11 2014

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

IN 2006, EARLY AFTERNOON THUNDERSTORMS ACROSS WESTERN KANSAS PRODUCED
LARGE HAIL, STRONG WINDS AND A WEAK TORNADO OVER AN OPEN FIELD NEAR TRIBUNE.
THUNDERSTORMS CONTINUED TO PRODUCE LARGE HAIL AND STRONG WINDS WELL INTO THE
EVENING HOURS ACROSS WEST CENTRAL AND SOUTHWEST KANSAS.

$$







000
NOUS43 KGLD 111200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT FRI JUL 11 2014

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

IN 2006, EARLY AFTERNOON THUNDERSTORMS ACROSS WESTERN KANSAS PRODUCED
LARGE HAIL, STRONG WINDS AND A WEAK TORNADO OVER AN OPEN FIELD NEAR TRIBUNE.
THUNDERSTORMS CONTINUED TO PRODUCE LARGE HAIL AND STRONG WINDS WELL INTO THE
EVENING HOURS ACROSS WEST CENTRAL AND SOUTHWEST KANSAS.

$$







000
NOUS43 KGLD 111200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT FRI JUL 11 2014

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

IN 2006, EARLY AFTERNOON THUNDERSTORMS ACROSS WESTERN KANSAS PRODUCED
LARGE HAIL, STRONG WINDS AND A WEAK TORNADO OVER AN OPEN FIELD NEAR TRIBUNE.
THUNDERSTORMS CONTINUED TO PRODUCE LARGE HAIL AND STRONG WINDS WELL INTO THE
EVENING HOURS ACROSS WEST CENTRAL AND SOUTHWEST KANSAS.

$$







000
NOUS43 KGLD 111200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT FRI JUL 11 2014

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

IN 2006, EARLY AFTERNOON THUNDERSTORMS ACROSS WESTERN KANSAS PRODUCED
LARGE HAIL, STRONG WINDS AND A WEAK TORNADO OVER AN OPEN FIELD NEAR TRIBUNE.
THUNDERSTORMS CONTINUED TO PRODUCE LARGE HAIL AND STRONG WINDS WELL INTO THE
EVENING HOURS ACROSS WEST CENTRAL AND SOUTHWEST KANSAS.

$$







000
NOUS43 KARX 111138
PNSARX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LA CROSSE WI
629 AM CDT FRI JUL 11 2014

...PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR RAINFALL TOTALS ACROSS THE AREA...

LOCATION                   RAINFALL    TIME     LAT/LON


IOWA

...CHICKASAW COUNTY...
IONIA                      0.02        0600 AM  43.03N 92.50W

...FLOYD COUNTY...
CHARLES CITY CEDAR RVR     0.03        0600 AM  43.06N 92.67W

...WINNESHIEK COUNTY...
SPILLVILLE                 0.01        0600 AM  43.21N 91.95W

MINNESOTA

...FILLMORE COUNTY...
PILOT MOUND                0.03        0600 AM  43.78N 92.03W

...OLMSTED COUNTY...
ORONOCO                    0.04        0600 AM  44.19N 92.48W
ELBA                       0.02        0600 AM  44.05N 92.05W
ROCHESTER 5SW              0.01        0600 AM  43.98N 92.56W
POST TOWN                  0.01        0600 AM  44.09N 92.82W
DOVER 1E                   0.01        0600 AM  43.97N 92.12W
ROCHESTER ASOS             0.01        0600 AM  43.91N 92.50W
ROCHESTER - SILVER CREEK   0.01        0600 AM  44.03N 92.42W
ROCHESTER - BEAR CREEK     0.01        0600 AM  43.92N 92.48W

...WABASHA COUNTY...
LAKE CITY                  0.04        0600 AM  44.45N 92.26W

...WINONA COUNTY...
WINONA DAM 5A              0.02        0600 AM  44.09N 91.67W

WISCONSIN

...BUFFALO COUNTY...
ALMA DAM 4                 0.01        0600 AM  44.33N 91.92W

...JUNEAU COUNTY...
NECEDAH 1W                 0.07        0600 AM  44.02N 90.08W

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

FOR THIS...AND A WEALTH OF OTHER RIVER AND WEATHER INFORMATION...
VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT  WEATHER.GOV/LACROSSE

$$


000
NOUS43 KARX 111138
PNSARX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LA CROSSE WI
629 AM CDT FRI JUL 11 2014

...PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR RAINFALL TOTALS ACROSS THE AREA...

LOCATION                   RAINFALL    TIME     LAT/LON


IOWA

...CHICKASAW COUNTY...
IONIA                      0.02        0600 AM  43.03N 92.50W

...FLOYD COUNTY...
CHARLES CITY CEDAR RVR     0.03        0600 AM  43.06N 92.67W

...WINNESHIEK COUNTY...
SPILLVILLE                 0.01        0600 AM  43.21N 91.95W

MINNESOTA

...FILLMORE COUNTY...
PILOT MOUND                0.03        0600 AM  43.78N 92.03W

...OLMSTED COUNTY...
ORONOCO                    0.04        0600 AM  44.19N 92.48W
ELBA                       0.02        0600 AM  44.05N 92.05W
ROCHESTER 5SW              0.01        0600 AM  43.98N 92.56W
POST TOWN                  0.01        0600 AM  44.09N 92.82W
DOVER 1E                   0.01        0600 AM  43.97N 92.12W
ROCHESTER ASOS             0.01        0600 AM  43.91N 92.50W
ROCHESTER - SILVER CREEK   0.01        0600 AM  44.03N 92.42W
ROCHESTER - BEAR CREEK     0.01        0600 AM  43.92N 92.48W

...WABASHA COUNTY...
LAKE CITY                  0.04        0600 AM  44.45N 92.26W

...WINONA COUNTY...
WINONA DAM 5A              0.02        0600 AM  44.09N 91.67W

WISCONSIN

...BUFFALO COUNTY...
ALMA DAM 4                 0.01        0600 AM  44.33N 91.92W

...JUNEAU COUNTY...
NECEDAH 1W                 0.07        0600 AM  44.02N 90.08W

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

FOR THIS...AND A WEALTH OF OTHER RIVER AND WEATHER INFORMATION...
VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT  WEATHER.GOV/LACROSSE

$$


000
NOUS43 KARX 111138
PNSARX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LA CROSSE WI
629 AM CDT FRI JUL 11 2014

...PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR RAINFALL TOTALS ACROSS THE AREA...

LOCATION                   RAINFALL    TIME     LAT/LON


IOWA

...CHICKASAW COUNTY...
IONIA                      0.02        0600 AM  43.03N 92.50W

...FLOYD COUNTY...
CHARLES CITY CEDAR RVR     0.03        0600 AM  43.06N 92.67W

...WINNESHIEK COUNTY...
SPILLVILLE                 0.01        0600 AM  43.21N 91.95W

MINNESOTA

...FILLMORE COUNTY...
PILOT MOUND                0.03        0600 AM  43.78N 92.03W

...OLMSTED COUNTY...
ORONOCO                    0.04        0600 AM  44.19N 92.48W
ELBA                       0.02        0600 AM  44.05N 92.05W
ROCHESTER 5SW              0.01        0600 AM  43.98N 92.56W
POST TOWN                  0.01        0600 AM  44.09N 92.82W
DOVER 1E                   0.01        0600 AM  43.97N 92.12W
ROCHESTER ASOS             0.01        0600 AM  43.91N 92.50W
ROCHESTER - SILVER CREEK   0.01        0600 AM  44.03N 92.42W
ROCHESTER - BEAR CREEK     0.01        0600 AM  43.92N 92.48W

...WABASHA COUNTY...
LAKE CITY                  0.04        0600 AM  44.45N 92.26W

...WINONA COUNTY...
WINONA DAM 5A              0.02        0600 AM  44.09N 91.67W

WISCONSIN

...BUFFALO COUNTY...
ALMA DAM 4                 0.01        0600 AM  44.33N 91.92W

...JUNEAU COUNTY...
NECEDAH 1W                 0.07        0600 AM  44.02N 90.08W

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

FOR THIS...AND A WEALTH OF OTHER RIVER AND WEATHER INFORMATION...
VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT  WEATHER.GOV/LACROSSE

$$


000
NOUS43 KARX 111138
PNSARX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LA CROSSE WI
629 AM CDT FRI JUL 11 2014

...PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR RAINFALL TOTALS ACROSS THE AREA...

LOCATION                   RAINFALL    TIME     LAT/LON


IOWA

...CHICKASAW COUNTY...
IONIA                      0.02        0600 AM  43.03N 92.50W

...FLOYD COUNTY...
CHARLES CITY CEDAR RVR     0.03        0600 AM  43.06N 92.67W

...WINNESHIEK COUNTY...
SPILLVILLE                 0.01        0600 AM  43.21N 91.95W

MINNESOTA

...FILLMORE COUNTY...
PILOT MOUND                0.03        0600 AM  43.78N 92.03W

...OLMSTED COUNTY...
ORONOCO                    0.04        0600 AM  44.19N 92.48W
ELBA                       0.02        0600 AM  44.05N 92.05W
ROCHESTER 5SW              0.01        0600 AM  43.98N 92.56W
POST TOWN                  0.01        0600 AM  44.09N 92.82W
DOVER 1E                   0.01        0600 AM  43.97N 92.12W
ROCHESTER ASOS             0.01        0600 AM  43.91N 92.50W
ROCHESTER - SILVER CREEK   0.01        0600 AM  44.03N 92.42W
ROCHESTER - BEAR CREEK     0.01        0600 AM  43.92N 92.48W

...WABASHA COUNTY...
LAKE CITY                  0.04        0600 AM  44.45N 92.26W

...WINONA COUNTY...
WINONA DAM 5A              0.02        0600 AM  44.09N 91.67W

WISCONSIN

...BUFFALO COUNTY...
ALMA DAM 4                 0.01        0600 AM  44.33N 91.92W

...JUNEAU COUNTY...
NECEDAH 1W                 0.07        0600 AM  44.02N 90.08W

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

FOR THIS...AND A WEALTH OF OTHER RIVER AND WEATHER INFORMATION...
VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT  WEATHER.GOV/LACROSSE

$$


000
NOUS41 KAKQ 110923 AAA
PNSAKQ

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WAKEFIELD VA
900 PM EDT THU JUL 10 2014

...STRAIGHT LINE WIND DAMAGE IN GREENSVILLE AND SOUTHAMPTON
COUNTIES...

A SURVEY OF THE DAMAGE IN GREENSVILLE COUNTY /SOUTH AND SOUTHEAST OF
EMPORIA/...THEN EASTWARD ALONG RT. 58 THROUGH SOUTHAMPTON
COUNTY...HAS BEEN DESIGNATED AS STRAIGHT LINE WIND DAMAGE. THE
INITIAL DAMAGE WAS ON INTERSTATE 95...WHERE A COUPLE OF TREES WERE
DOWN ON THE ROADWAY. THE DAMAGE THEN CONTINUED EASTWARD SOUTH OF
EMPORIA...WITH TREES DOWN...SNAPPED OFF...AND SOME MINOR PROPERTY
DAMAGE...ESPECIALLY IN THE AREA OF LOW GROUND ROAD AND LITTLE LOW
GROUND ROAD.

IN SOUTHAMPTON COUNTY...THE FIRST SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE WAS SEEN WEST
AND SOUTHWEST OF ADAMS GROVE...WHERE NUMEROUS TREES AND POWER LINES
WERE DOWNED...AND NUMEROUS TREES WERE SNAPPED OFF. WINDS IN THIS
AREA WERE ESTIMATED TO BE AT LEAST 70 MPH. ADDITIONAL SIGNIFICANT
DAMAGE TO TREES AND POWER LINES OCCURRED IN THE CAPRON AREA...WHERE
A FEW HOMES SUSTAINED DAMAGE FROM FALLING TREES. SOME ADDITIONAL
DAMAGE TO TREES AND POWER LINES OCCURRED IN THE DREWRYVILLE AND
COURTLAND AREAS...THEN EASTWARD INTO THE FRANKLIN AREA.

HAIL WAS ALSO REPORTED OR EVIDENT IN THE DAMAGE PATH...WITH HAIL UP
TO 2 INCHES IN DIAMETER REPORTED IN THE CAPRON AND COURTLAND AREAS.
HAIL DAMAGE WAS ALSO EVIDENT IN THE ADAMS GROVE DAMAGE DESCRIBED
ABOVE.

$$

BILL SAMMLER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
WAKEFIELD VA















000
NOUS45 KSLC 110451
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
1047 PM MDT THU JUL 10 2014

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS PRECIPITATION AND WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 10 PM

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

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                  10 PM THU     0.27
TREMONTON - 4331 FT                     10 PM THU     0.19

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
VERNON - 5639 FT                         9 PM THU     0.58
TOOELE - 5070 FT                         5 PM THU     0.34
DRAPER - 5052 FT                        10 PM THU     0.26
MURRAY - 4290 FT                        10 PM THU     0.09
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT        10 PM THU     0.06
TAYLORSVILLE - 4514 FT                   8 PM THU     0.06
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4281 FT               8 PM THU     0.05
TRANS-JORDAN LANDFILL - 5201 FT         10 PM THU     0.04
SALT LAKE CITY - 5102 FT                10 PM THU     0.04
TAYLORSVILLE - 4593 FT                  10 PM THU     0.04
TAYLORSVILLE - 4281 FT                  10 PM THU     0.04
SALT LAKE TRIAD CENTER - 4280 FT         5 PM THU     0.04
HOLLADAY - 4344 FT                       8 PM THU     0.03
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                  10 PM THU     0.02
MAGNA - 4400 FT                         10 PM THU     0.02
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                10 PM THU     0.02
SANDY - 4712 FT                          8 PM THU     0.02

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
2 SW SARATOGA SPRINGS - 7484 FT         10 PM THU     0.32
NEPHI - 5002 FT                         10 PM THU     0.28
SPANISH FORK - 4738 FT                  10 PM THU     0.28
OREM - 4728 FT                          10 PM THU     0.27
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT         10 PM THU     0.24
SPANISH FORK - 4734 FT                  10 PM THU     0.24
SPANISH FORK - 4721 FT                  10 PM THU     0.22
TICKVILLE - 5191 FT                      9 PM THU     0.07
PLEASANT GROVE - 5200 FT                 9 PM THU     0.06
SPANISH FORK POWER HOUSE - 4720 FT       5 PM THU     0.05
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4655 FT              10 PM THU     0.04
LEHI - 4593 FT                          10 PM THU     0.03
OREM - 4606 FT                           9 PM THU     0.03
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4787 FT              10 PM THU     0.02
PROVO BYU - 4570 FT                      5 PM THU     0.02

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
CLIFTON FLAT - 6384 FT                   9 PM THU     0.06
SNOWVILLE - 4560 FT                     10 PM THU     0.02

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
SWANSONS ENV CENTER - 5700 FT           10 PM THU     0.33
PARK CITY GOLF COURSE - 6855 FT         10 PM THU     0.15
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT       10 PM THU     0.07

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
MANTUA - 5899 FT                        10 PM THU     0.05
SUMMIT PARK - 6808 FT                   10 PM THU     0.03

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
SUNDANCE - MID MOUNTAIN - 7503 FT       10 PM THU     0.17
ALTA - 8730 FT                           5 PM THU     0.05
FOUNTAIN GREEN - 6861 FT                10 PM THU     0.02
TIMPANOGOS CAVE - 7999 FT               10 PM THU     0.02

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       9 PM THU     0.91
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                10 PM THU     0.89
SMITH & MOREHOUSE - 7600 FT              9 PM THU     0.70
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                       10 PM THU     0.66
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                     10 PM THU     0.58
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT          10 PM THU     0.52
NORWAY - 8280 FT                        10 PM THU     0.45
NORWAY - 8280 FT                        10 PM THU     0.45
BEAR RIVER - 8536 FT                    10 PM THU     0.33
MOON LAKE - 8150 FT                     10 PM THU     0.32
YELLOWSTONE DRAINAGE - 7800 FT          10 PM THU     0.16
BLACKS FORK JCT - 8870 FT                9 PM THU     0.10
HAYDEN FORK - 9100 FT                    9 PM THU     0.10
BEAVER DIVIDE - 8280 FT                  9 PM THU     0.10

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
INDIAN CANYON - 9100 FT                  9 PM THU     0.20
MANTI - PORTABLE #4 - 8421 FT            9 PM THU     0.17
BAER #10 RED BULL - 8360 FT             10 PM THU     0.16
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                   10 PM THU     0.11
BRUIN POINT - 10200 FT                   7 PM THU     0.07
HORSE RIDGE - 8480 FT                   10 PM THU     0.04

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT           10 PM THU     0.17
DUCHESNE - 5520 FT                       5 PM THU     0.17
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      9 PM THU     0.03

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
CAPITOL REEF NP - 5905 FT               10 PM THU     0.15
TORREY - 6050 FT                         9 PM THU     0.14
FLATTOP MOUNTAIN - 6120 FT              10 PM THU     0.11
SAN RAFAEL NR GREEN RIVER - 4200 FT     10 PM THU     0.05

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
SEVIER RESERVOIR - 5369 FT               9 PM THU     0.44
MONROE - 5364 FT                        10 PM THU     0.18
SPRING CITY - 5835 FT                   10 PM THU     0.03
MONROE - 5322 FT                        10 PM THU     0.02

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
MUD SPRING - 5902 FT                     9 PM THU     1.59
TULE VALLEY - 5135 FT                    9 PM THU     0.37
FILLMORE - 5120 FT                       5 PM THU     0.08

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
MILFORD - 5002 FT                       10 PM THU     0.44
PAROWAN 10NW - 5820 FT                  10 PM THU     0.37
JENSEN SPRING - 5744 FT                  9 PM THU     0.29
PAROWAN - 5770 FT                       10 PM THU     0.27
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT     10 PM THU     0.17
BRIMSTONE RESERVOIR - 5620 FT            9 PM THU     0.06

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          9 PM THU     1.36
MANTI - PORTABLE #3 - 9001 FT            9 PM THU     0.65
GBRC HQ - 8541 FT                        9 PM THU     0.30
OAK CREEK - 7772 FT                      9 PM THU     0.30
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                   10 PM THU     0.27
HORSE HOLLOW - 6010 FT                   9 PM THU     0.19
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                   10 PM THU     0.15
BUCK FLAT - 9800 FT                      9 PM THU     0.10
WRIGLEY CREEK - 9162 FT                  9 PM THU     0.10

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
GREENVILLE BENCH PORTABLE - 6200 FT     10 PM THU     0.82
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              9 PM THU     0.73
KIMBERLY MINE - 9300 FT                  9 PM THU     0.40
WILLOW GULCH - 6840 FT                   9 PM THU     0.40
GARDNER PEAK - 8350 FT                   9 PM THU     0.40
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 9 PM THU     0.35
POWERHOUSE NR VEYO - 4600 FT            10 PM THU     0.31
DONKEY RESERVOIR - 9800 FT               9 PM THU     0.30
AGUA CANYON - 8890 FT                   10 PM THU     0.27
AGUA CANYON - 8900 FT                    9 PM THU     0.20
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT             10 PM THU     0.13
JONES CORRAL - 9751 FT                   9 PM THU     0.10
KOLOB - 9250 FT                          9 PM THU     0.10
LONG FLAT - 8000 FT                      9 PM THU     0.10
MERCHANT VALLEY - 8750 FT                9 PM THU     0.10
WIDTSOE #3 - 9500 FT                     9 PM THU     0.10
JUNCTION - 6020 FT                      10 PM THU     0.08
TORREY - 6857 FT                        10 PM THU     0.06
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      9 PM THU     0.06
BRYCE CANYON - 7855 FT                  10 PM THU     0.04
TOM BEST SPRING - 7718 FT               10 PM THU     0.04
BUCK FLAT - 8000 FT                     10 PM THU     0.03
LOA - 7096 FT                           10 PM THU     0.03
BADGER SPRING - 3990 FT                  9 PM THU     0.03

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT      10 PM THU     0.51
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT        10 PM THU     0.19


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


...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
I-15 AT PLYMOUTH - 4495 FT              10 PM THU     46 MPH
GREAT SALT LAKE MINERALS - 4212 FT       9 PM THU     45 MPH
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    8 PM THU     45 MPH
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                8 PM THU     42 MPH
LEGACY PARKWAY - 4215 FT                 8 PM THU     42 MPH
I-15 AT WILLARD POE - 4220 FT            9 PM THU     41 MPH
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                10 PM THU     40 MPH
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                       9 PM THU     40 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
I-80 AT MP 78 - 4213 FT                  9 PM THU     55 MPH
I-15 AT 500 S - 4400 FT                  8 PM THU     49 MPH
UNIVERSITY OF UTAH - 4806 FT             8 PM THU     49 MPH
SANDY - 5161 FT                          8 PM THU     49 MPH
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT         8 PM THU     48 MPH
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         7 PM THU     48 MPH
I-15 AT 2400 S - 4219 FT                 8 PM THU     47 MPH
DRAPER - 5052 FT                         8 PM THU     47 MPH
BLUFFDALE - 4700 FT                     10 PM THU     46 MPH
FLIGHT PARK SOUTH - 5202 FT              9 PM THU     46 MPH
I-15 AT I-215 - 4407 FT                  8 PM THU     46 MPH
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            8 PM THU     46 MPH
POINT OF THE MOUNTAIN - 4750 FT          9 PM THU     45 MPH
BACCUS HIGHWAY - 5172 FT                 9 PM THU     44 MPH
SALT LAKE MUNI 2 AIRPORT - 4603 FT       8 PM THU     44 MPH
MOUNTAIN VIEW AT DANNON WAY - 4910 FT    9 PM THU     42 MPH
MOUNTAIN VIEW AT JUNIPER - 4900 FT       8 PM THU     42 MPH
LAKE POINT I-80 - 4301 FT                7 PM THU     42 MPH
ERDA AIRPORT - 4360 FT                   7 PM THU     42 MPH
DESERET PEAK COMPLEX - 4480 FT           7 PM THU     42 MPH
SOUTH MOUNTAIN - 6001 FT                 7 PM THU     42 MPH
I-15 AT 9000 S - 4407 FT                 9 PM THU     41 MPH
NWS SLC OFFICE - 4220 FT                 8 PM THU     40 MPH
TOOELE - 4705 FT                         7 PM THU     40 MPH
STOCKTON BAR - 5161 FT                   7 PM THU     40 MPH
VERNON HILL - 5761 FT                    6 PM THU     40 MPH

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4787 FT               7 PM THU     51 MPH
PIONEER CROSSING - 4650 FT               8 PM THU     44 MPH
LEHI - 4593 FT                           7 PM THU     42 MPH
PLEASANT GROVE - 5200 FT                 7 PM THU     40 MPH
I-15 AT BEER CREEK - 4529 FT             6 PM THU     40 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
CAMEL BACK MTN - 5077 FT                 5 PM THU     64 MPH
CAUSEWAY - 4246 FT                       5 PM THU     56 MPH
DUGWAY - APG - 4291 FT                   5 PM THU     53 MPH
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT                6 PM THU     52 MPH
PLAYA STATION - 4280 FT                  5 PM THU     52 MPH
TARGET R - 4311 FT                       5 PM THU     52 MPH
DIDDLE KNOLL - 4265 FT                   7 PM THU     50 MPH
PROMONTORY POINT - 6926 FT               9 PM THU     48 MPH
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                5 PM THU     48 MPH
CALLAO GATE - 4250 FT                    5 PM THU     48 MPH
WEST GRANITE - 4403 FT                   5 PM THU     48 MPH
WEST SALT FLATS - 4237 FT                5 PM THU     48 MPH
DURAND ROAD - 4538 FT                    6 PM THU     47 MPH
TOWER GRID - 4346 FT                     5 PM THU     47 MPH
ROMEO & CENTERLINE - 4308 FT             5 PM THU     47 MPH
JULIET ROAD - 4324 FT                    5 PM THU     47 MPH
TARGET S - 4349 FT                       5 PM THU     47 MPH
V-GRID - 4226 FT                         5 PM THU     47 MPH
I-80 AT GRASSEY - 4650 FT                7 PM THU     46 MPH
I-80 AT MP 29 - 4125 FT                  7 PM THU     46 MPH
INTERSTATE 80 - 4125 FT                  7 PM THU     46 MPH
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT               6 PM THU     46 MPH
SALT FLATS - 4265 FT                     6 PM THU     46 MPH
LOWER CEDAR MTN - 4495 FT                6 PM THU     46 MPH
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                   6 PM THU     44 MPH
WHITE SAGE - 4363 FT                     6 PM THU     44 MPH
BAKER LAB - 4294 FT                      5 PM THU     44 MPH
DITTO - 4345 FT                          6 PM THU     43 MPH
GUNNISON ISLAND - 4242 FT                9 PM THU     41 MPH
WENDOVER PEAK - 5087 FT                  6 PM THU     40 MPH
DUGWAY - 4318 FT                         6 PM THU     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OGDEN PEAK - 9570 FT                     9 PM THU     51 MPH
SNOWBASIN - WILDCAT - 7703 FT           10 PM THU     47 MPH
SNOWBASIN-STRAW TOP - 8999 FT            9 PM THU     46 MPH
WEBER CANYON POWER PLANT - 5801 FT       8 PM THU     45 MPH
SHERWOOD HILLS - 5039 FT                10 PM THU     41 MPH
SR-30 - 4990 FT                         10 PM THU     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
SUNDANCE - ARROWHEAD - 8251 FT           7 PM THU     59 MPH
BUNNELLS - 8800 FT                       8 PM THU     42 MPH

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
FISH SPRINGS - 4282 FT                   5 PM THU     52 MPH


$$



000
NOUS45 KSLC 110451
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
1047 PM MDT THU JUL 10 2014

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS PRECIPITATION AND WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 10 PM

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

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                  10 PM THU     0.27
TREMONTON - 4331 FT                     10 PM THU     0.19

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
VERNON - 5639 FT                         9 PM THU     0.58
TOOELE - 5070 FT                         5 PM THU     0.34
DRAPER - 5052 FT                        10 PM THU     0.26
MURRAY - 4290 FT                        10 PM THU     0.09
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT        10 PM THU     0.06
TAYLORSVILLE - 4514 FT                   8 PM THU     0.06
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4281 FT               8 PM THU     0.05
TRANS-JORDAN LANDFILL - 5201 FT         10 PM THU     0.04
SALT LAKE CITY - 5102 FT                10 PM THU     0.04
TAYLORSVILLE - 4593 FT                  10 PM THU     0.04
TAYLORSVILLE - 4281 FT                  10 PM THU     0.04
SALT LAKE TRIAD CENTER - 4280 FT         5 PM THU     0.04
HOLLADAY - 4344 FT                       8 PM THU     0.03
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                  10 PM THU     0.02
MAGNA - 4400 FT                         10 PM THU     0.02
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                10 PM THU     0.02
SANDY - 4712 FT                          8 PM THU     0.02

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
2 SW SARATOGA SPRINGS - 7484 FT         10 PM THU     0.32
NEPHI - 5002 FT                         10 PM THU     0.28
SPANISH FORK - 4738 FT                  10 PM THU     0.28
OREM - 4728 FT                          10 PM THU     0.27
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT         10 PM THU     0.24
SPANISH FORK - 4734 FT                  10 PM THU     0.24
SPANISH FORK - 4721 FT                  10 PM THU     0.22
TICKVILLE - 5191 FT                      9 PM THU     0.07
PLEASANT GROVE - 5200 FT                 9 PM THU     0.06
SPANISH FORK POWER HOUSE - 4720 FT       5 PM THU     0.05
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4655 FT              10 PM THU     0.04
LEHI - 4593 FT                          10 PM THU     0.03
OREM - 4606 FT                           9 PM THU     0.03
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4787 FT              10 PM THU     0.02
PROVO BYU - 4570 FT                      5 PM THU     0.02

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
CLIFTON FLAT - 6384 FT                   9 PM THU     0.06
SNOWVILLE - 4560 FT                     10 PM THU     0.02

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
SWANSONS ENV CENTER - 5700 FT           10 PM THU     0.33
PARK CITY GOLF COURSE - 6855 FT         10 PM THU     0.15
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT       10 PM THU     0.07

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
MANTUA - 5899 FT                        10 PM THU     0.05
SUMMIT PARK - 6808 FT                   10 PM THU     0.03

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
SUNDANCE - MID MOUNTAIN - 7503 FT       10 PM THU     0.17
ALTA - 8730 FT                           5 PM THU     0.05
FOUNTAIN GREEN - 6861 FT                10 PM THU     0.02
TIMPANOGOS CAVE - 7999 FT               10 PM THU     0.02

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       9 PM THU     0.91
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                10 PM THU     0.89
SMITH & MOREHOUSE - 7600 FT              9 PM THU     0.70
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                       10 PM THU     0.66
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                     10 PM THU     0.58
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT          10 PM THU     0.52
NORWAY - 8280 FT                        10 PM THU     0.45
NORWAY - 8280 FT                        10 PM THU     0.45
BEAR RIVER - 8536 FT                    10 PM THU     0.33
MOON LAKE - 8150 FT                     10 PM THU     0.32
YELLOWSTONE DRAINAGE - 7800 FT          10 PM THU     0.16
BLACKS FORK JCT - 8870 FT                9 PM THU     0.10
HAYDEN FORK - 9100 FT                    9 PM THU     0.10
BEAVER DIVIDE - 8280 FT                  9 PM THU     0.10

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
INDIAN CANYON - 9100 FT                  9 PM THU     0.20
MANTI - PORTABLE #4 - 8421 FT            9 PM THU     0.17
BAER #10 RED BULL - 8360 FT             10 PM THU     0.16
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                   10 PM THU     0.11
BRUIN POINT - 10200 FT                   7 PM THU     0.07
HORSE RIDGE - 8480 FT                   10 PM THU     0.04

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT           10 PM THU     0.17
DUCHESNE - 5520 FT                       5 PM THU     0.17
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      9 PM THU     0.03

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
CAPITOL REEF NP - 5905 FT               10 PM THU     0.15
TORREY - 6050 FT                         9 PM THU     0.14
FLATTOP MOUNTAIN - 6120 FT              10 PM THU     0.11
SAN RAFAEL NR GREEN RIVER - 4200 FT     10 PM THU     0.05

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
SEVIER RESERVOIR - 5369 FT               9 PM THU     0.44
MONROE - 5364 FT                        10 PM THU     0.18
SPRING CITY - 5835 FT                   10 PM THU     0.03
MONROE - 5322 FT                        10 PM THU     0.02

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
MUD SPRING - 5902 FT                     9 PM THU     1.59
TULE VALLEY - 5135 FT                    9 PM THU     0.37
FILLMORE - 5120 FT                       5 PM THU     0.08

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
MILFORD - 5002 FT                       10 PM THU     0.44
PAROWAN 10NW - 5820 FT                  10 PM THU     0.37
JENSEN SPRING - 5744 FT                  9 PM THU     0.29
PAROWAN - 5770 FT                       10 PM THU     0.27
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT     10 PM THU     0.17
BRIMSTONE RESERVOIR - 5620 FT            9 PM THU     0.06

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          9 PM THU     1.36
MANTI - PORTABLE #3 - 9001 FT            9 PM THU     0.65
GBRC HQ - 8541 FT                        9 PM THU     0.30
OAK CREEK - 7772 FT                      9 PM THU     0.30
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                   10 PM THU     0.27
HORSE HOLLOW - 6010 FT                   9 PM THU     0.19
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                   10 PM THU     0.15
BUCK FLAT - 9800 FT                      9 PM THU     0.10
WRIGLEY CREEK - 9162 FT                  9 PM THU     0.10

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
GREENVILLE BENCH PORTABLE - 6200 FT     10 PM THU     0.82
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              9 PM THU     0.73
KIMBERLY MINE - 9300 FT                  9 PM THU     0.40
WILLOW GULCH - 6840 FT                   9 PM THU     0.40
GARDNER PEAK - 8350 FT                   9 PM THU     0.40
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 9 PM THU     0.35
POWERHOUSE NR VEYO - 4600 FT            10 PM THU     0.31
DONKEY RESERVOIR - 9800 FT               9 PM THU     0.30
AGUA CANYON - 8890 FT                   10 PM THU     0.27
AGUA CANYON - 8900 FT                    9 PM THU     0.20
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT             10 PM THU     0.13
JONES CORRAL - 9751 FT                   9 PM THU     0.10
KOLOB - 9250 FT                          9 PM THU     0.10
LONG FLAT - 8000 FT                      9 PM THU     0.10
MERCHANT VALLEY - 8750 FT                9 PM THU     0.10
WIDTSOE #3 - 9500 FT                     9 PM THU     0.10
JUNCTION - 6020 FT                      10 PM THU     0.08
TORREY - 6857 FT                        10 PM THU     0.06
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      9 PM THU     0.06
BRYCE CANYON - 7855 FT                  10 PM THU     0.04
TOM BEST SPRING - 7718 FT               10 PM THU     0.04
BUCK FLAT - 8000 FT                     10 PM THU     0.03
LOA - 7096 FT                           10 PM THU     0.03
BADGER SPRING - 3990 FT                  9 PM THU     0.03

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT      10 PM THU     0.51
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT        10 PM THU     0.19


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


...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
I-15 AT PLYMOUTH - 4495 FT              10 PM THU     46 MPH
GREAT SALT LAKE MINERALS - 4212 FT       9 PM THU     45 MPH
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    8 PM THU     45 MPH
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                8 PM THU     42 MPH
LEGACY PARKWAY - 4215 FT                 8 PM THU     42 MPH
I-15 AT WILLARD POE - 4220 FT            9 PM THU     41 MPH
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                10 PM THU     40 MPH
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                       9 PM THU     40 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
I-80 AT MP 78 - 4213 FT                  9 PM THU     55 MPH
I-15 AT 500 S - 4400 FT                  8 PM THU     49 MPH
UNIVERSITY OF UTAH - 4806 FT             8 PM THU     49 MPH
SANDY - 5161 FT                          8 PM THU     49 MPH
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT         8 PM THU     48 MPH
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         7 PM THU     48 MPH
I-15 AT 2400 S - 4219 FT                 8 PM THU     47 MPH
DRAPER - 5052 FT                         8 PM THU     47 MPH
BLUFFDALE - 4700 FT                     10 PM THU     46 MPH
FLIGHT PARK SOUTH - 5202 FT              9 PM THU     46 MPH
I-15 AT I-215 - 4407 FT                  8 PM THU     46 MPH
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            8 PM THU     46 MPH
POINT OF THE MOUNTAIN - 4750 FT          9 PM THU     45 MPH
BACCUS HIGHWAY - 5172 FT                 9 PM THU     44 MPH
SALT LAKE MUNI 2 AIRPORT - 4603 FT       8 PM THU     44 MPH
MOUNTAIN VIEW AT DANNON WAY - 4910 FT    9 PM THU     42 MPH
MOUNTAIN VIEW AT JUNIPER - 4900 FT       8 PM THU     42 MPH
LAKE POINT I-80 - 4301 FT                7 PM THU     42 MPH
ERDA AIRPORT - 4360 FT                   7 PM THU     42 MPH
DESERET PEAK COMPLEX - 4480 FT           7 PM THU     42 MPH
SOUTH MOUNTAIN - 6001 FT                 7 PM THU     42 MPH
I-15 AT 9000 S - 4407 FT                 9 PM THU     41 MPH
NWS SLC OFFICE - 4220 FT                 8 PM THU     40 MPH
TOOELE - 4705 FT                         7 PM THU     40 MPH
STOCKTON BAR - 5161 FT                   7 PM THU     40 MPH
VERNON HILL - 5761 FT                    6 PM THU     40 MPH

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4787 FT               7 PM THU     51 MPH
PIONEER CROSSING - 4650 FT               8 PM THU     44 MPH
LEHI - 4593 FT                           7 PM THU     42 MPH
PLEASANT GROVE - 5200 FT                 7 PM THU     40 MPH
I-15 AT BEER CREEK - 4529 FT             6 PM THU     40 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
CAMEL BACK MTN - 5077 FT                 5 PM THU     64 MPH
CAUSEWAY - 4246 FT                       5 PM THU     56 MPH
DUGWAY - APG - 4291 FT                   5 PM THU     53 MPH
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT                6 PM THU     52 MPH
PLAYA STATION - 4280 FT                  5 PM THU     52 MPH
TARGET R - 4311 FT                       5 PM THU     52 MPH
DIDDLE KNOLL - 4265 FT                   7 PM THU     50 MPH
PROMONTORY POINT - 6926 FT               9 PM THU     48 MPH
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                5 PM THU     48 MPH
CALLAO GATE - 4250 FT                    5 PM THU     48 MPH
WEST GRANITE - 4403 FT                   5 PM THU     48 MPH
WEST SALT FLATS - 4237 FT                5 PM THU     48 MPH
DURAND ROAD - 4538 FT                    6 PM THU     47 MPH
TOWER GRID - 4346 FT                     5 PM THU     47 MPH
ROMEO & CENTERLINE - 4308 FT             5 PM THU     47 MPH
JULIET ROAD - 4324 FT                    5 PM THU     47 MPH
TARGET S - 4349 FT                       5 PM THU     47 MPH
V-GRID - 4226 FT                         5 PM THU     47 MPH
I-80 AT GRASSEY - 4650 FT                7 PM THU     46 MPH
I-80 AT MP 29 - 4125 FT                  7 PM THU     46 MPH
INTERSTATE 80 - 4125 FT                  7 PM THU     46 MPH
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT               6 PM THU     46 MPH
SALT FLATS - 4265 FT                     6 PM THU     46 MPH
LOWER CEDAR MTN - 4495 FT                6 PM THU     46 MPH
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                   6 PM THU     44 MPH
WHITE SAGE - 4363 FT                     6 PM THU     44 MPH
BAKER LAB - 4294 FT                      5 PM THU     44 MPH
DITTO - 4345 FT                          6 PM THU     43 MPH
GUNNISON ISLAND - 4242 FT                9 PM THU     41 MPH
WENDOVER PEAK - 5087 FT                  6 PM THU     40 MPH
DUGWAY - 4318 FT                         6 PM THU     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OGDEN PEAK - 9570 FT                     9 PM THU     51 MPH
SNOWBASIN - WILDCAT - 7703 FT           10 PM THU     47 MPH
SNOWBASIN-STRAW TOP - 8999 FT            9 PM THU     46 MPH
WEBER CANYON POWER PLANT - 5801 FT       8 PM THU     45 MPH
SHERWOOD HILLS - 5039 FT                10 PM THU     41 MPH
SR-30 - 4990 FT                         10 PM THU     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
SUNDANCE - ARROWHEAD - 8251 FT           7 PM THU     59 MPH
BUNNELLS - 8800 FT                       8 PM THU     42 MPH

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
FISH SPRINGS - 4282 FT                   5 PM THU     52 MPH


$$



000
NOUS45 KSLC 110451
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
1047 PM MDT THU JUL 10 2014

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS PRECIPITATION AND WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 10 PM

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

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                  10 PM THU     0.27
TREMONTON - 4331 FT                     10 PM THU     0.19

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
VERNON - 5639 FT                         9 PM THU     0.58
TOOELE - 5070 FT                         5 PM THU     0.34
DRAPER - 5052 FT                        10 PM THU     0.26
MURRAY - 4290 FT                        10 PM THU     0.09
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT        10 PM THU     0.06
TAYLORSVILLE - 4514 FT                   8 PM THU     0.06
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4281 FT               8 PM THU     0.05
TRANS-JORDAN LANDFILL - 5201 FT         10 PM THU     0.04
SALT LAKE CITY - 5102 FT                10 PM THU     0.04
TAYLORSVILLE - 4593 FT                  10 PM THU     0.04
TAYLORSVILLE - 4281 FT                  10 PM THU     0.04
SALT LAKE TRIAD CENTER - 4280 FT         5 PM THU     0.04
HOLLADAY - 4344 FT                       8 PM THU     0.03
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                  10 PM THU     0.02
MAGNA - 4400 FT                         10 PM THU     0.02
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                10 PM THU     0.02
SANDY - 4712 FT                          8 PM THU     0.02

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
2 SW SARATOGA SPRINGS - 7484 FT         10 PM THU     0.32
NEPHI - 5002 FT                         10 PM THU     0.28
SPANISH FORK - 4738 FT                  10 PM THU     0.28
OREM - 4728 FT                          10 PM THU     0.27
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT         10 PM THU     0.24
SPANISH FORK - 4734 FT                  10 PM THU     0.24
SPANISH FORK - 4721 FT                  10 PM THU     0.22
TICKVILLE - 5191 FT                      9 PM THU     0.07
PLEASANT GROVE - 5200 FT                 9 PM THU     0.06
SPANISH FORK POWER HOUSE - 4720 FT       5 PM THU     0.05
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4655 FT              10 PM THU     0.04
LEHI - 4593 FT                          10 PM THU     0.03
OREM - 4606 FT                           9 PM THU     0.03
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4787 FT              10 PM THU     0.02
PROVO BYU - 4570 FT                      5 PM THU     0.02

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
CLIFTON FLAT - 6384 FT                   9 PM THU     0.06
SNOWVILLE - 4560 FT                     10 PM THU     0.02

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
SWANSONS ENV CENTER - 5700 FT           10 PM THU     0.33
PARK CITY GOLF COURSE - 6855 FT         10 PM THU     0.15
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT       10 PM THU     0.07

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
MANTUA - 5899 FT                        10 PM THU     0.05
SUMMIT PARK - 6808 FT                   10 PM THU     0.03

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
SUNDANCE - MID MOUNTAIN - 7503 FT       10 PM THU     0.17
ALTA - 8730 FT                           5 PM THU     0.05
FOUNTAIN GREEN - 6861 FT                10 PM THU     0.02
TIMPANOGOS CAVE - 7999 FT               10 PM THU     0.02

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       9 PM THU     0.91
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                10 PM THU     0.89
SMITH & MOREHOUSE - 7600 FT              9 PM THU     0.70
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                       10 PM THU     0.66
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                     10 PM THU     0.58
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT          10 PM THU     0.52
NORWAY - 8280 FT                        10 PM THU     0.45
NORWAY - 8280 FT                        10 PM THU     0.45
BEAR RIVER - 8536 FT                    10 PM THU     0.33
MOON LAKE - 8150 FT                     10 PM THU     0.32
YELLOWSTONE DRAINAGE - 7800 FT          10 PM THU     0.16
BLACKS FORK JCT - 8870 FT                9 PM THU     0.10
HAYDEN FORK - 9100 FT                    9 PM THU     0.10
BEAVER DIVIDE - 8280 FT                  9 PM THU     0.10

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
INDIAN CANYON - 9100 FT                  9 PM THU     0.20
MANTI - PORTABLE #4 - 8421 FT            9 PM THU     0.17
BAER #10 RED BULL - 8360 FT             10 PM THU     0.16
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                   10 PM THU     0.11
BRUIN POINT - 10200 FT                   7 PM THU     0.07
HORSE RIDGE - 8480 FT                   10 PM THU     0.04

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT           10 PM THU     0.17
DUCHESNE - 5520 FT                       5 PM THU     0.17
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      9 PM THU     0.03

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
CAPITOL REEF NP - 5905 FT               10 PM THU     0.15
TORREY - 6050 FT                         9 PM THU     0.14
FLATTOP MOUNTAIN - 6120 FT              10 PM THU     0.11
SAN RAFAEL NR GREEN RIVER - 4200 FT     10 PM THU     0.05

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
SEVIER RESERVOIR - 5369 FT               9 PM THU     0.44
MONROE - 5364 FT                        10 PM THU     0.18
SPRING CITY - 5835 FT                   10 PM THU     0.03
MONROE - 5322 FT                        10 PM THU     0.02

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
MUD SPRING - 5902 FT                     9 PM THU     1.59
TULE VALLEY - 5135 FT                    9 PM THU     0.37
FILLMORE - 5120 FT                       5 PM THU     0.08

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
MILFORD - 5002 FT                       10 PM THU     0.44
PAROWAN 10NW - 5820 FT                  10 PM THU     0.37
JENSEN SPRING - 5744 FT                  9 PM THU     0.29
PAROWAN - 5770 FT                       10 PM THU     0.27
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT     10 PM THU     0.17
BRIMSTONE RESERVOIR - 5620 FT            9 PM THU     0.06

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          9 PM THU     1.36
MANTI - PORTABLE #3 - 9001 FT            9 PM THU     0.65
GBRC HQ - 8541 FT                        9 PM THU     0.30
OAK CREEK - 7772 FT                      9 PM THU     0.30
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                   10 PM THU     0.27
HORSE HOLLOW - 6010 FT                   9 PM THU     0.19
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                   10 PM THU     0.15
BUCK FLAT - 9800 FT                      9 PM THU     0.10
WRIGLEY CREEK - 9162 FT                  9 PM THU     0.10

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
GREENVILLE BENCH PORTABLE - 6200 FT     10 PM THU     0.82
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              9 PM THU     0.73
KIMBERLY MINE - 9300 FT                  9 PM THU     0.40
WILLOW GULCH - 6840 FT                   9 PM THU     0.40
GARDNER PEAK - 8350 FT                   9 PM THU     0.40
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 9 PM THU     0.35
POWERHOUSE NR VEYO - 4600 FT            10 PM THU     0.31
DONKEY RESERVOIR - 9800 FT               9 PM THU     0.30
AGUA CANYON - 8890 FT                   10 PM THU     0.27
AGUA CANYON - 8900 FT                    9 PM THU     0.20
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT             10 PM THU     0.13
JONES CORRAL - 9751 FT                   9 PM THU     0.10
KOLOB - 9250 FT                          9 PM THU     0.10
LONG FLAT - 8000 FT                      9 PM THU     0.10
MERCHANT VALLEY - 8750 FT                9 PM THU     0.10
WIDTSOE #3 - 9500 FT                     9 PM THU     0.10
JUNCTION - 6020 FT                      10 PM THU     0.08
TORREY - 6857 FT                        10 PM THU     0.06
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      9 PM THU     0.06
BRYCE CANYON - 7855 FT                  10 PM THU     0.04
TOM BEST SPRING - 7718 FT               10 PM THU     0.04
BUCK FLAT - 8000 FT                     10 PM THU     0.03
LOA - 7096 FT                           10 PM THU     0.03
BADGER SPRING - 3990 FT                  9 PM THU     0.03

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT      10 PM THU     0.51
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT        10 PM THU     0.19


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


...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
I-15 AT PLYMOUTH - 4495 FT              10 PM THU     46 MPH
GREAT SALT LAKE MINERALS - 4212 FT       9 PM THU     45 MPH
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    8 PM THU     45 MPH
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                8 PM THU     42 MPH
LEGACY PARKWAY - 4215 FT                 8 PM THU     42 MPH
I-15 AT WILLARD POE - 4220 FT            9 PM THU     41 MPH
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                10 PM THU     40 MPH
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                       9 PM THU     40 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
I-80 AT MP 78 - 4213 FT                  9 PM THU     55 MPH
I-15 AT 500 S - 4400 FT                  8 PM THU     49 MPH
UNIVERSITY OF UTAH - 4806 FT             8 PM THU     49 MPH
SANDY - 5161 FT                          8 PM THU     49 MPH
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT         8 PM THU     48 MPH
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         7 PM THU     48 MPH
I-15 AT 2400 S - 4219 FT                 8 PM THU     47 MPH
DRAPER - 5052 FT                         8 PM THU     47 MPH
BLUFFDALE - 4700 FT                     10 PM THU     46 MPH
FLIGHT PARK SOUTH - 5202 FT              9 PM THU     46 MPH
I-15 AT I-215 - 4407 FT                  8 PM THU     46 MPH
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            8 PM THU     46 MPH
POINT OF THE MOUNTAIN - 4750 FT          9 PM THU     45 MPH
BACCUS HIGHWAY - 5172 FT                 9 PM THU     44 MPH
SALT LAKE MUNI 2 AIRPORT - 4603 FT       8 PM THU     44 MPH
MOUNTAIN VIEW AT DANNON WAY - 4910 FT    9 PM THU     42 MPH
MOUNTAIN VIEW AT JUNIPER - 4900 FT       8 PM THU     42 MPH
LAKE POINT I-80 - 4301 FT                7 PM THU     42 MPH
ERDA AIRPORT - 4360 FT                   7 PM THU     42 MPH
DESERET PEAK COMPLEX - 4480 FT           7 PM THU     42 MPH
SOUTH MOUNTAIN - 6001 FT                 7 PM THU     42 MPH
I-15 AT 9000 S - 4407 FT                 9 PM THU     41 MPH
NWS SLC OFFICE - 4220 FT                 8 PM THU     40 MPH
TOOELE - 4705 FT                         7 PM THU     40 MPH
STOCKTON BAR - 5161 FT                   7 PM THU     40 MPH
VERNON HILL - 5761 FT                    6 PM THU     40 MPH

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4787 FT               7 PM THU     51 MPH
PIONEER CROSSING - 4650 FT               8 PM THU     44 MPH
LEHI - 4593 FT                           7 PM THU     42 MPH
PLEASANT GROVE - 5200 FT                 7 PM THU     40 MPH
I-15 AT BEER CREEK - 4529 FT             6 PM THU     40 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
CAMEL BACK MTN - 5077 FT                 5 PM THU     64 MPH
CAUSEWAY - 4246 FT                       5 PM THU     56 MPH
DUGWAY - APG - 4291 FT                   5 PM THU     53 MPH
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT                6 PM THU     52 MPH
PLAYA STATION - 4280 FT                  5 PM THU     52 MPH
TARGET R - 4311 FT                       5 PM THU     52 MPH
DIDDLE KNOLL - 4265 FT                   7 PM THU     50 MPH
PROMONTORY POINT - 6926 FT               9 PM THU     48 MPH
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                5 PM THU     48 MPH
CALLAO GATE - 4250 FT                    5 PM THU     48 MPH
WEST GRANITE - 4403 FT                   5 PM THU     48 MPH
WEST SALT FLATS - 4237 FT                5 PM THU     48 MPH
DURAND ROAD - 4538 FT                    6 PM THU     47 MPH
TOWER GRID - 4346 FT                     5 PM THU     47 MPH
ROMEO & CENTERLINE - 4308 FT             5 PM THU     47 MPH
JULIET ROAD - 4324 FT                    5 PM THU     47 MPH
TARGET S - 4349 FT                       5 PM THU     47 MPH
V-GRID - 4226 FT                         5 PM THU     47 MPH
I-80 AT GRASSEY - 4650 FT                7 PM THU     46 MPH
I-80 AT MP 29 - 4125 FT                  7 PM THU     46 MPH
INTERSTATE 80 - 4125 FT                  7 PM THU     46 MPH
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT               6 PM THU     46 MPH
SALT FLATS - 4265 FT                     6 PM THU     46 MPH
LOWER CEDAR MTN - 4495 FT                6 PM THU     46 MPH
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                   6 PM THU     44 MPH
WHITE SAGE - 4363 FT                     6 PM THU     44 MPH
BAKER LAB - 4294 FT                      5 PM THU     44 MPH
DITTO - 4345 FT                          6 PM THU     43 MPH
GUNNISON ISLAND - 4242 FT                9 PM THU     41 MPH
WENDOVER PEAK - 5087 FT                  6 PM THU     40 MPH
DUGWAY - 4318 FT                         6 PM THU     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OGDEN PEAK - 9570 FT                     9 PM THU     51 MPH
SNOWBASIN - WILDCAT - 7703 FT           10 PM THU     47 MPH
SNOWBASIN-STRAW TOP - 8999 FT            9 PM THU     46 MPH
WEBER CANYON POWER PLANT - 5801 FT       8 PM THU     45 MPH
SHERWOOD HILLS - 5039 FT                10 PM THU     41 MPH
SR-30 - 4990 FT                         10 PM THU     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
SUNDANCE - ARROWHEAD - 8251 FT           7 PM THU     59 MPH
BUNNELLS - 8800 FT                       8 PM THU     42 MPH

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
FISH SPRINGS - 4282 FT                   5 PM THU     52 MPH


$$



000
NOUS45 KSLC 110451
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
1047 PM MDT THU JUL 10 2014

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS PRECIPITATION AND WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 10 PM

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

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                  10 PM THU     0.27
TREMONTON - 4331 FT                     10 PM THU     0.19

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
VERNON - 5639 FT                         9 PM THU     0.58
TOOELE - 5070 FT                         5 PM THU     0.34
DRAPER - 5052 FT                        10 PM THU     0.26
MURRAY - 4290 FT                        10 PM THU     0.09
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT        10 PM THU     0.06
TAYLORSVILLE - 4514 FT                   8 PM THU     0.06
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4281 FT               8 PM THU     0.05
TRANS-JORDAN LANDFILL - 5201 FT         10 PM THU     0.04
SALT LAKE CITY - 5102 FT                10 PM THU     0.04
TAYLORSVILLE - 4593 FT                  10 PM THU     0.04
TAYLORSVILLE - 4281 FT                  10 PM THU     0.04
SALT LAKE TRIAD CENTER - 4280 FT         5 PM THU     0.04
HOLLADAY - 4344 FT                       8 PM THU     0.03
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                  10 PM THU     0.02
MAGNA - 4400 FT                         10 PM THU     0.02
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                10 PM THU     0.02
SANDY - 4712 FT                          8 PM THU     0.02

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
2 SW SARATOGA SPRINGS - 7484 FT         10 PM THU     0.32
NEPHI - 5002 FT                         10 PM THU     0.28
SPANISH FORK - 4738 FT                  10 PM THU     0.28
OREM - 4728 FT                          10 PM THU     0.27
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT         10 PM THU     0.24
SPANISH FORK - 4734 FT                  10 PM THU     0.24
SPANISH FORK - 4721 FT                  10 PM THU     0.22
TICKVILLE - 5191 FT                      9 PM THU     0.07
PLEASANT GROVE - 5200 FT                 9 PM THU     0.06
SPANISH FORK POWER HOUSE - 4720 FT       5 PM THU     0.05
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4655 FT              10 PM THU     0.04
LEHI - 4593 FT                          10 PM THU     0.03
OREM - 4606 FT                           9 PM THU     0.03
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4787 FT              10 PM THU     0.02
PROVO BYU - 4570 FT                      5 PM THU     0.02

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
CLIFTON FLAT - 6384 FT                   9 PM THU     0.06
SNOWVILLE - 4560 FT                     10 PM THU     0.02

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
SWANSONS ENV CENTER - 5700 FT           10 PM THU     0.33
PARK CITY GOLF COURSE - 6855 FT         10 PM THU     0.15
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT       10 PM THU     0.07

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
MANTUA - 5899 FT                        10 PM THU     0.05
SUMMIT PARK - 6808 FT                   10 PM THU     0.03

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
SUNDANCE - MID MOUNTAIN - 7503 FT       10 PM THU     0.17
ALTA - 8730 FT                           5 PM THU     0.05
FOUNTAIN GREEN - 6861 FT                10 PM THU     0.02
TIMPANOGOS CAVE - 7999 FT               10 PM THU     0.02

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       9 PM THU     0.91
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                10 PM THU     0.89
SMITH & MOREHOUSE - 7600 FT              9 PM THU     0.70
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                       10 PM THU     0.66
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                     10 PM THU     0.58
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT          10 PM THU     0.52
NORWAY - 8280 FT                        10 PM THU     0.45
NORWAY - 8280 FT                        10 PM THU     0.45
BEAR RIVER - 8536 FT                    10 PM THU     0.33
MOON LAKE - 8150 FT                     10 PM THU     0.32
YELLOWSTONE DRAINAGE - 7800 FT          10 PM THU     0.16
BLACKS FORK JCT - 8870 FT                9 PM THU     0.10
HAYDEN FORK - 9100 FT                    9 PM THU     0.10
BEAVER DIVIDE - 8280 FT                  9 PM THU     0.10

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
INDIAN CANYON - 9100 FT                  9 PM THU     0.20
MANTI - PORTABLE #4 - 8421 FT            9 PM THU     0.17
BAER #10 RED BULL - 8360 FT             10 PM THU     0.16
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                   10 PM THU     0.11
BRUIN POINT - 10200 FT                   7 PM THU     0.07
HORSE RIDGE - 8480 FT                   10 PM THU     0.04

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT           10 PM THU     0.17
DUCHESNE - 5520 FT                       5 PM THU     0.17
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      9 PM THU     0.03

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
CAPITOL REEF NP - 5905 FT               10 PM THU     0.15
TORREY - 6050 FT                         9 PM THU     0.14
FLATTOP MOUNTAIN - 6120 FT              10 PM THU     0.11
SAN RAFAEL NR GREEN RIVER - 4200 FT     10 PM THU     0.05

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
SEVIER RESERVOIR - 5369 FT               9 PM THU     0.44
MONROE - 5364 FT                        10 PM THU     0.18
SPRING CITY - 5835 FT                   10 PM THU     0.03
MONROE - 5322 FT                        10 PM THU     0.02

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
MUD SPRING - 5902 FT                     9 PM THU     1.59
TULE VALLEY - 5135 FT                    9 PM THU     0.37
FILLMORE - 5120 FT                       5 PM THU     0.08

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
MILFORD - 5002 FT                       10 PM THU     0.44
PAROWAN 10NW - 5820 FT                  10 PM THU     0.37
JENSEN SPRING - 5744 FT                  9 PM THU     0.29
PAROWAN - 5770 FT                       10 PM THU     0.27
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT     10 PM THU     0.17
BRIMSTONE RESERVOIR - 5620 FT            9 PM THU     0.06

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          9 PM THU     1.36
MANTI - PORTABLE #3 - 9001 FT            9 PM THU     0.65
GBRC HQ - 8541 FT                        9 PM THU     0.30
OAK CREEK - 7772 FT                      9 PM THU     0.30
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                   10 PM THU     0.27
HORSE HOLLOW - 6010 FT                   9 PM THU     0.19
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                   10 PM THU     0.15
BUCK FLAT - 9800 FT                      9 PM THU     0.10
WRIGLEY CREEK - 9162 FT                  9 PM THU     0.10

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
GREENVILLE BENCH PORTABLE - 6200 FT     10 PM THU     0.82
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              9 PM THU     0.73
KIMBERLY MINE - 9300 FT                  9 PM THU     0.40
WILLOW GULCH - 6840 FT                   9 PM THU     0.40
GARDNER PEAK - 8350 FT                   9 PM THU     0.40
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 9 PM THU     0.35
POWERHOUSE NR VEYO - 4600 FT            10 PM THU     0.31
DONKEY RESERVOIR - 9800 FT               9 PM THU     0.30
AGUA CANYON - 8890 FT                   10 PM THU     0.27
AGUA CANYON - 8900 FT                    9 PM THU     0.20
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT             10 PM THU     0.13
JONES CORRAL - 9751 FT                   9 PM THU     0.10
KOLOB - 9250 FT                          9 PM THU     0.10
LONG FLAT - 8000 FT                      9 PM THU     0.10
MERCHANT VALLEY - 8750 FT                9 PM THU     0.10
WIDTSOE #3 - 9500 FT                     9 PM THU     0.10
JUNCTION - 6020 FT                      10 PM THU     0.08
TORREY - 6857 FT                        10 PM THU     0.06
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      9 PM THU     0.06
BRYCE CANYON - 7855 FT                  10 PM THU     0.04
TOM BEST SPRING - 7718 FT               10 PM THU     0.04
BUCK FLAT - 8000 FT                     10 PM THU     0.03
LOA - 7096 FT                           10 PM THU     0.03
BADGER SPRING - 3990 FT                  9 PM THU     0.03

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT      10 PM THU     0.51
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT        10 PM THU     0.19


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


...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
I-15 AT PLYMOUTH - 4495 FT              10 PM THU     46 MPH
GREAT SALT LAKE MINERALS - 4212 FT       9 PM THU     45 MPH
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    8 PM THU     45 MPH
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                8 PM THU     42 MPH
LEGACY PARKWAY - 4215 FT                 8 PM THU     42 MPH
I-15 AT WILLARD POE - 4220 FT            9 PM THU     41 MPH
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                10 PM THU     40 MPH
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                       9 PM THU     40 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
I-80 AT MP 78 - 4213 FT                  9 PM THU     55 MPH
I-15 AT 500 S - 4400 FT                  8 PM THU     49 MPH
UNIVERSITY OF UTAH - 4806 FT             8 PM THU     49 MPH
SANDY - 5161 FT                          8 PM THU     49 MPH
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT         8 PM THU     48 MPH
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         7 PM THU     48 MPH
I-15 AT 2400 S - 4219 FT                 8 PM THU     47 MPH
DRAPER - 5052 FT                         8 PM THU     47 MPH
BLUFFDALE - 4700 FT                     10 PM THU     46 MPH
FLIGHT PARK SOUTH - 5202 FT              9 PM THU     46 MPH
I-15 AT I-215 - 4407 FT                  8 PM THU     46 MPH
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            8 PM THU     46 MPH
POINT OF THE MOUNTAIN - 4750 FT          9 PM THU     45 MPH
BACCUS HIGHWAY - 5172 FT                 9 PM THU     44 MPH
SALT LAKE MUNI 2 AIRPORT - 4603 FT       8 PM THU     44 MPH
MOUNTAIN VIEW AT DANNON WAY - 4910 FT    9 PM THU     42 MPH
MOUNTAIN VIEW AT JUNIPER - 4900 FT       8 PM THU     42 MPH
LAKE POINT I-80 - 4301 FT                7 PM THU     42 MPH
ERDA AIRPORT - 4360 FT                   7 PM THU     42 MPH
DESERET PEAK COMPLEX - 4480 FT           7 PM THU     42 MPH
SOUTH MOUNTAIN - 6001 FT                 7 PM THU     42 MPH
I-15 AT 9000 S - 4407 FT                 9 PM THU     41 MPH
NWS SLC OFFICE - 4220 FT                 8 PM THU     40 MPH
TOOELE - 4705 FT                         7 PM THU     40 MPH
STOCKTON BAR - 5161 FT                   7 PM THU     40 MPH
VERNON HILL - 5761 FT                    6 PM THU     40 MPH

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4787 FT               7 PM THU     51 MPH
PIONEER CROSSING - 4650 FT               8 PM THU     44 MPH
LEHI - 4593 FT                           7 PM THU     42 MPH
PLEASANT GROVE - 5200 FT                 7 PM THU     40 MPH
I-15 AT BEER CREEK - 4529 FT             6 PM THU     40 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
CAMEL BACK MTN - 5077 FT                 5 PM THU     64 MPH
CAUSEWAY - 4246 FT                       5 PM THU     56 MPH
DUGWAY - APG - 4291 FT                   5 PM THU     53 MPH
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT                6 PM THU     52 MPH
PLAYA STATION - 4280 FT                  5 PM THU     52 MPH
TARGET R - 4311 FT                       5 PM THU     52 MPH
DIDDLE KNOLL - 4265 FT                   7 PM THU     50 MPH
PROMONTORY POINT - 6926 FT               9 PM THU     48 MPH
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                5 PM THU     48 MPH
CALLAO GATE - 4250 FT                    5 PM THU     48 MPH
WEST GRANITE - 4403 FT                   5 PM THU     48 MPH
WEST SALT FLATS - 4237 FT                5 PM THU     48 MPH
DURAND ROAD - 4538 FT                    6 PM THU     47 MPH
TOWER GRID - 4346 FT                     5 PM THU     47 MPH
ROMEO & CENTERLINE - 4308 FT             5 PM THU     47 MPH
JULIET ROAD - 4324 FT                    5 PM THU     47 MPH
TARGET S - 4349 FT                       5 PM THU     47 MPH
V-GRID - 4226 FT                         5 PM THU     47 MPH
I-80 AT GRASSEY - 4650 FT                7 PM THU     46 MPH
I-80 AT MP 29 - 4125 FT                  7 PM THU     46 MPH
INTERSTATE 80 - 4125 FT                  7 PM THU     46 MPH
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT               6 PM THU     46 MPH
SALT FLATS - 4265 FT                     6 PM THU     46 MPH
LOWER CEDAR MTN - 4495 FT                6 PM THU     46 MPH
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                   6 PM THU     44 MPH
WHITE SAGE - 4363 FT                     6 PM THU     44 MPH
BAKER LAB - 4294 FT                      5 PM THU     44 MPH
DITTO - 4345 FT                          6 PM THU     43 MPH
GUNNISON ISLAND - 4242 FT                9 PM THU     41 MPH
WENDOVER PEAK - 5087 FT                  6 PM THU     40 MPH
DUGWAY - 4318 FT                         6 PM THU     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OGDEN PEAK - 9570 FT                     9 PM THU     51 MPH
SNOWBASIN - WILDCAT - 7703 FT           10 PM THU     47 MPH
SNOWBASIN-STRAW TOP - 8999 FT            9 PM THU     46 MPH
WEBER CANYON POWER PLANT - 5801 FT       8 PM THU     45 MPH
SHERWOOD HILLS - 5039 FT                10 PM THU     41 MPH
SR-30 - 4990 FT                         10 PM THU     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
SUNDANCE - ARROWHEAD - 8251 FT           7 PM THU     59 MPH
BUNNELLS - 8800 FT                       8 PM THU     42 MPH

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
FISH SPRINGS - 4282 FT                   5 PM THU     52 MPH


$$



000
NOUS45 KSLC 110237
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
832 PM MDT THU JUL 10 2014

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS PRECIPITATION AND WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 800 PM.

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

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                   8 PM THU     0.17

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
VERNON - 5639 FT                         7 PM THU     0.53
TOOELE - 5070 FT                         5 PM THU     0.34
MURRAY - 4290 FT                         8 PM THU     0.09
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT         8 PM THU     0.06
TAYLORSVILLE - 4514 FT                   8 PM THU     0.06
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4281 FT               8 PM THU     0.05
TRANS-JORDAN LANDFILL - 5201 FT          8 PM THU     0.04
SALT LAKE CITY - 5102 FT                 8 PM THU     0.04
SALT LAKE TRIAD CENTER - 4280 FT         5 PM THU     0.04
UPPER MILLCREEK - 5050 FT                7 AM THU     0.04
SOUTH SALT LAKE - 4272 FT                7 AM THU     0.04
HOLLADAY - 4344 FT                       8 PM THU     0.03
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                   8 PM THU     0.02
MAGNA - 4400 FT                          8 PM THU     0.02
SANDY - 4712 FT                          8 PM THU     0.02

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
NEPHI - 5002 FT                          8 PM THU     0.23
2 SW SARATOGA SPRINGS - 7484 FT          8 PM THU     0.08
SPANISH FORK POWER HOUSE - 4720 FT       5 PM THU     0.05
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT          8 PM THU     0.04
OREM - 4728 FT                           8 PM THU     0.02
PROVO BYU - 4570 FT                      5 PM THU     0.02

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
CLIFTON FLAT - 6384 FT                   7 PM THU     0.06
SNOWVILLE - 4560 FT                      8 PM THU     0.02

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
PARK CITY GOLF COURSE - 6855 FT          8 PM THU     0.13

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
MANTUA - 5899 FT                         8 PM THU     0.05
SUMMIT PARK - 6808 FT                    8 PM THU     0.03

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
ALTA - 8730 FT                           5 PM THU     0.05

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 8 PM THU     0.80
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       7 PM THU     0.72
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        8 PM THU     0.29
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           8 PM THU     0.24
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      8 PM THU     0.22
YELLOWSTONE DRAINAGE - 7800 FT           8 PM THU     0.16
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         8 PM THU     0.16

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
BAER #10 RED BULL - 8360 FT              8 PM THU     0.16
MANTI - PORTABLE #4 - 8421 FT            7 PM THU     0.08
BRUIN POINT - 10200 FT                   7 PM THU     0.07
HORSE RIDGE - 8480 FT                    8 PM THU     0.04

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
DUCHESNE - 5520 FT                       5 PM THU     0.17
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT            7 PM THU     0.16

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
CAPITOL REEF NP - 5905 FT                8 PM THU     0.15
TORREY - 6050 FT                         7 PM THU     0.14
FLATTOP MOUNTAIN - 6120 FT               8 PM THU     0.11
SAN RAFAEL NR GREEN RIVER - 4200 FT      7 PM THU     0.05

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
SEVIER RESERVOIR - 5369 FT               7 PM THU     0.44
MONROE - 5364 FT                         8 PM THU     0.18
SPRING CITY - 5835 FT                    8 PM THU     0.03

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
MUD SPRING - 5902 FT                     7 PM THU     1.45
TULE VALLEY - 5135 FT                    7 PM THU     0.37
FILLMORE - 5120 FT                       5 PM THU     0.08

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        8 PM THU     0.44
PAROWAN 10NW - 5820 FT                   8 PM THU     0.37
JENSEN SPRING - 5744 FT                  7 PM THU     0.29
PAROWAN - 5770 FT                        8 PM THU     0.27
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT      8 PM THU     0.17
BRIMSTONE RESERVOIR - 5620 FT            7 PM THU     0.06

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          7 PM THU     1.34
MANTI - PORTABLE #3 - 9001 FT            7 PM THU     0.64
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    8 PM THU     0.26
HORSE HOLLOW - 6010 FT                   7 PM THU     0.18
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    8 PM THU     0.14

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
GREENVILLE BENCH PORTABLE - 6200 FT      8 PM THU     0.82
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              7 PM THU     0.73
GARDNER PEAK - 8350 FT                   6 PM THU     0.40
WILLOW GULCH - 6840 FT                   6 PM THU     0.40
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 7 PM THU     0.35
POWERHOUSE NR VEYO - 4600 FT             8 PM THU     0.31
AGUA CANYON - 8890 FT                    8 PM THU     0.27
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              8 PM THU     0.13
JUNCTION - 6020 FT                       8 PM THU     0.08
TORREY - 6857 FT                         8 PM THU     0.06
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      7 PM THU     0.06
TOM BEST SPRING - 7718 FT                8 PM THU     0.04
BRYCE CANYON - 7855 FT                   7 PM THU     0.04
BUCK FLAT - 8000 FT                      8 PM THU     0.03
LOA - 7096 FT                            8 PM THU     0.03
BADGER SPRING - 3990 FT                  7 PM THU     0.03

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         8 PM THU     0.18
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT       8 PM THU     0.16

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

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
UNIVERSITY OF UTAH - 4806 FT             8 PM THU     49 MPH
SANDY - 5161 FT                          8 PM THU     49 MPH
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         7 PM THU     48 MPH
DRAPER - 5052 FT                         8 PM THU     47 MPH
FLIGHT PARK SOUTH - 5202 FT              8 PM THU     46 MPH
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            8 PM THU     46 MPH
I-15 AT 2400 S - 4219 FT                 8 PM THU     46 MPH
POINT OF THE MOUNTAIN - 4750 FT          8 PM THU     44 MPH
I-15 AT I-215 - 4407 FT                  8 PM THU     43 MPH
MOUNTAIN VIEW AT JUNIPER - 4900 FT       8 PM THU     42 MPH
I-15 AT 500 S - 4400 FT                  8 PM THU     42 MPH
LAKE POINT I-80 - 4301 FT                7 PM THU     42 MPH
DESERET PEAK COMPLEX - 4480 FT           7 PM THU     42 MPH
ERDA AIRPORT - 4360 FT                   7 PM THU     42 MPH
SOUTH MOUNTAIN - 6001 FT                 7 PM THU     42 MPH
TOOELE - 4705 FT                         7 PM THU     40 MPH
STOCKTON BAR - 5161 FT                   7 PM THU     40 MPH
VERNON HILL - 5761 FT                    6 PM THU     40 MPH

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4787 FT               7 PM THU     51 MPH
PIONEER CROSSING - 4650 FT               8 PM THU     44 MPH
LEHI - 4593 FT                           7 PM THU     42 MPH
PLEASANT GROVE - 5200 FT                 7 PM THU     40 MPH
I-15 AT BEER CREEK - 4529 FT             6 PM THU     40 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
CAMEL BACK MTN - 5077 FT                 5 PM THU     64 MPH
CAUSEWAY - 4246 FT                       5 PM THU     56 MPH
DUGWAY - APG - 4291 FT                   5 PM THU     53 MPH
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT                6 PM THU     52 MPH
PLAYA STATION - 4280 FT                  5 PM THU     52 MPH
TARGET R - 4311 FT                       5 PM THU     52 MPH
DIDDLE KNOLL - 4265 FT                   7 PM THU     50 MPH
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                5 PM THU     48 MPH
WEST GRANITE - 4403 FT                   5 PM THU     48 MPH
CALLAO GATE - 4250 FT                    5 PM THU     48 MPH
WEST SALT FLATS - 4237 FT                5 PM THU     48 MPH
DURAND ROAD - 4538 FT                    6 PM THU     47 MPH
TOWER GRID - 4346 FT                     5 PM THU     47 MPH
ROMEO & CENTERLINE - 4308 FT             5 PM THU     47 MPH
JULIET ROAD - 4324 FT                    5 PM THU     47 MPH
TARGET S - 4349 FT                       5 PM THU     47 MPH
V-GRID - 4226 FT                         5 PM THU     47 MPH
I-80 AT GRASSEY - 4650 FT                7 PM THU     46 MPH
I-80 AT MP 29 - 4125 FT                  7 PM THU     46 MPH
INTERSTATE 80 - 4125 FT                  7 PM THU     46 MPH
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT               6 PM THU     46 MPH
SALT FLATS - 4265 FT                     6 PM THU     46 MPH
LOWER CEDAR MTN - 4495 FT                6 PM THU     46 MPH
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                   6 PM THU     44 MPH
WHITE SAGE - 4363 FT                     6 PM THU     44 MPH
BAKER LAB - 4294 FT                      5 PM THU     44 MPH
CALLAO - 4530 FT                         4 PM THU     44 MPH
DITTO - 4345 FT                          6 PM THU     43 MPH
WENDOVER PEAK - 5087 FT                  6 PM THU     40 MPH
DUGWAY - 4318 FT                         6 PM THU     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
SUNDANCE - ARROWHEAD - 8251 FT           7 PM THU     59 MPH
BUNNELLS - 8800 FT                       8 PM THU     42 MPH

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
FISH SPRINGS - 4282 FT                   5 PM THU     52 MPH

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
ENTERPRISE - 5249 FT                     4 PM THU     44 MPH

$$



000
NOUS45 KSLC 110237
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
832 PM MDT THU JUL 10 2014

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS PRECIPITATION AND WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 800 PM.

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

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                   8 PM THU     0.17

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
VERNON - 5639 FT                         7 PM THU     0.53
TOOELE - 5070 FT                         5 PM THU     0.34
MURRAY - 4290 FT                         8 PM THU     0.09
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT         8 PM THU     0.06
TAYLORSVILLE - 4514 FT                   8 PM THU     0.06
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4281 FT               8 PM THU     0.05
TRANS-JORDAN LANDFILL - 5201 FT          8 PM THU     0.04
SALT LAKE CITY - 5102 FT                 8 PM THU     0.04
SALT LAKE TRIAD CENTER - 4280 FT         5 PM THU     0.04
UPPER MILLCREEK - 5050 FT                7 AM THU     0.04
SOUTH SALT LAKE - 4272 FT                7 AM THU     0.04
HOLLADAY - 4344 FT                       8 PM THU     0.03
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                   8 PM THU     0.02
MAGNA - 4400 FT                          8 PM THU     0.02
SANDY - 4712 FT                          8 PM THU     0.02

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
NEPHI - 5002 FT                          8 PM THU     0.23
2 SW SARATOGA SPRINGS - 7484 FT          8 PM THU     0.08
SPANISH FORK POWER HOUSE - 4720 FT       5 PM THU     0.05
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT          8 PM THU     0.04
OREM - 4728 FT                           8 PM THU     0.02
PROVO BYU - 4570 FT                      5 PM THU     0.02

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
CLIFTON FLAT - 6384 FT                   7 PM THU     0.06
SNOWVILLE - 4560 FT                      8 PM THU     0.02

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
PARK CITY GOLF COURSE - 6855 FT          8 PM THU     0.13

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
MANTUA - 5899 FT                         8 PM THU     0.05
SUMMIT PARK - 6808 FT                    8 PM THU     0.03

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
ALTA - 8730 FT                           5 PM THU     0.05

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 8 PM THU     0.80
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       7 PM THU     0.72
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        8 PM THU     0.29
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           8 PM THU     0.24
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      8 PM THU     0.22
YELLOWSTONE DRAINAGE - 7800 FT           8 PM THU     0.16
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         8 PM THU     0.16

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
BAER #10 RED BULL - 8360 FT              8 PM THU     0.16
MANTI - PORTABLE #4 - 8421 FT            7 PM THU     0.08
BRUIN POINT - 10200 FT                   7 PM THU     0.07
HORSE RIDGE - 8480 FT                    8 PM THU     0.04

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
DUCHESNE - 5520 FT                       5 PM THU     0.17
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT            7 PM THU     0.16

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
CAPITOL REEF NP - 5905 FT                8 PM THU     0.15
TORREY - 6050 FT                         7 PM THU     0.14
FLATTOP MOUNTAIN - 6120 FT               8 PM THU     0.11
SAN RAFAEL NR GREEN RIVER - 4200 FT      7 PM THU     0.05

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
SEVIER RESERVOIR - 5369 FT               7 PM THU     0.44
MONROE - 5364 FT                         8 PM THU     0.18
SPRING CITY - 5835 FT                    8 PM THU     0.03

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
MUD SPRING - 5902 FT                     7 PM THU     1.45
TULE VALLEY - 5135 FT                    7 PM THU     0.37
FILLMORE - 5120 FT                       5 PM THU     0.08

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        8 PM THU     0.44
PAROWAN 10NW - 5820 FT                   8 PM THU     0.37
JENSEN SPRING - 5744 FT                  7 PM THU     0.29
PAROWAN - 5770 FT                        8 PM THU     0.27
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT      8 PM THU     0.17
BRIMSTONE RESERVOIR - 5620 FT            7 PM THU     0.06

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          7 PM THU     1.34
MANTI - PORTABLE #3 - 9001 FT            7 PM THU     0.64
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    8 PM THU     0.26
HORSE HOLLOW - 6010 FT                   7 PM THU     0.18
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    8 PM THU     0.14

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
GREENVILLE BENCH PORTABLE - 6200 FT      8 PM THU     0.82
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              7 PM THU     0.73
GARDNER PEAK - 8350 FT                   6 PM THU     0.40
WILLOW GULCH - 6840 FT                   6 PM THU     0.40
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 7 PM THU     0.35
POWERHOUSE NR VEYO - 4600 FT             8 PM THU     0.31
AGUA CANYON - 8890 FT                    8 PM THU     0.27
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              8 PM THU     0.13
JUNCTION - 6020 FT                       8 PM THU     0.08
TORREY - 6857 FT                         8 PM THU     0.06
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      7 PM THU     0.06
TOM BEST SPRING - 7718 FT                8 PM THU     0.04
BRYCE CANYON - 7855 FT                   7 PM THU     0.04
BUCK FLAT - 8000 FT                      8 PM THU     0.03
LOA - 7096 FT                            8 PM THU     0.03
BADGER SPRING - 3990 FT                  7 PM THU     0.03

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         8 PM THU     0.18
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT       8 PM THU     0.16

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

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
UNIVERSITY OF UTAH - 4806 FT             8 PM THU     49 MPH
SANDY - 5161 FT                          8 PM THU     49 MPH
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         7 PM THU     48 MPH
DRAPER - 5052 FT                         8 PM THU     47 MPH
FLIGHT PARK SOUTH - 5202 FT              8 PM THU     46 MPH
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            8 PM THU     46 MPH
I-15 AT 2400 S - 4219 FT                 8 PM THU     46 MPH
POINT OF THE MOUNTAIN - 4750 FT          8 PM THU     44 MPH
I-15 AT I-215 - 4407 FT                  8 PM THU     43 MPH
MOUNTAIN VIEW AT JUNIPER - 4900 FT       8 PM THU     42 MPH
I-15 AT 500 S - 4400 FT                  8 PM THU     42 MPH
LAKE POINT I-80 - 4301 FT                7 PM THU     42 MPH
DESERET PEAK COMPLEX - 4480 FT           7 PM THU     42 MPH
ERDA AIRPORT - 4360 FT                   7 PM THU     42 MPH
SOUTH MOUNTAIN - 6001 FT                 7 PM THU     42 MPH
TOOELE - 4705 FT                         7 PM THU     40 MPH
STOCKTON BAR - 5161 FT                   7 PM THU     40 MPH
VERNON HILL - 5761 FT                    6 PM THU     40 MPH

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4787 FT               7 PM THU     51 MPH
PIONEER CROSSING - 4650 FT               8 PM THU     44 MPH
LEHI - 4593 FT                           7 PM THU     42 MPH
PLEASANT GROVE - 5200 FT                 7 PM THU     40 MPH
I-15 AT BEER CREEK - 4529 FT             6 PM THU     40 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
CAMEL BACK MTN - 5077 FT                 5 PM THU     64 MPH
CAUSEWAY - 4246 FT                       5 PM THU     56 MPH
DUGWAY - APG - 4291 FT                   5 PM THU     53 MPH
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT                6 PM THU     52 MPH
PLAYA STATION - 4280 FT                  5 PM THU     52 MPH
TARGET R - 4311 FT                       5 PM THU     52 MPH
DIDDLE KNOLL - 4265 FT                   7 PM THU     50 MPH
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                5 PM THU     48 MPH
WEST GRANITE - 4403 FT                   5 PM THU     48 MPH
CALLAO GATE - 4250 FT                    5 PM THU     48 MPH
WEST SALT FLATS - 4237 FT                5 PM THU     48 MPH
DURAND ROAD - 4538 FT                    6 PM THU     47 MPH
TOWER GRID - 4346 FT                     5 PM THU     47 MPH
ROMEO & CENTERLINE - 4308 FT             5 PM THU     47 MPH
JULIET ROAD - 4324 FT                    5 PM THU     47 MPH
TARGET S - 4349 FT                       5 PM THU     47 MPH
V-GRID - 4226 FT                         5 PM THU     47 MPH
I-80 AT GRASSEY - 4650 FT                7 PM THU     46 MPH
I-80 AT MP 29 - 4125 FT                  7 PM THU     46 MPH
INTERSTATE 80 - 4125 FT                  7 PM THU     46 MPH
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT               6 PM THU     46 MPH
SALT FLATS - 4265 FT                     6 PM THU     46 MPH
LOWER CEDAR MTN - 4495 FT                6 PM THU     46 MPH
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                   6 PM THU     44 MPH
WHITE SAGE - 4363 FT                     6 PM THU     44 MPH
BAKER LAB - 4294 FT                      5 PM THU     44 MPH
CALLAO - 4530 FT                         4 PM THU     44 MPH
DITTO - 4345 FT                          6 PM THU     43 MPH
WENDOVER PEAK - 5087 FT                  6 PM THU     40 MPH
DUGWAY - 4318 FT                         6 PM THU     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
SUNDANCE - ARROWHEAD - 8251 FT           7 PM THU     59 MPH
BUNNELLS - 8800 FT                       8 PM THU     42 MPH

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
FISH SPRINGS - 4282 FT                   5 PM THU     52 MPH

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
ENTERPRISE - 5249 FT                     4 PM THU     44 MPH

$$


000
NOUS45 KFGZ 110126
PNSFGZ

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FLAGSTAFF AZ
624 PM MST THU JUL 10 2014

...FLASH FLOODING SOUTHWEST OF SELIGMAN THURSDAY...

THE PUBLIC REPORTED FLASH FLOODING THURSDAY AFTERNOON ON
TROUT CREEK. IT WAS ESTIMATED THAT 1.75 TO 2.00 INCHES OF
RAIN FELL IN 2 HOURS...CAUSING ROADS TO BECOME IMPASSIBLE
DUE TO WIDESPREAD FLASH FLOODING. IN ADDITION TO THE HEAVY
RAIN...PENNY-SIZED HAIL WAS REPORTED WITH THIS STORM.

ADDITIONAL LOCATIONS ACROSS NORTHERN ARIZONA ALSO RECEIVED
HEAVY RAIN THURSDAY. WUPATKI NATIONAL MONUMENT RECEIVED
0.45 INCHES OF RAIN IN 20 MINUTES AND CLARKDALE RECEIVED
0.33 INCHES OF RAIN ALONG WITH PEA SIZED HAIL THAT COVERED
THE GROUND.

CLM

$$






000
NOUS45 KFGZ 110126
PNSFGZ

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FLAGSTAFF AZ
624 PM MST THU JUL 10 2014

...FLASH FLOODING SOUTHWEST OF SELIGMAN THURSDAY...

THE PUBLIC REPORTED FLASH FLOODING THURSDAY AFTERNOON ON
TROUT CREEK. IT WAS ESTIMATED THAT 1.75 TO 2.00 INCHES OF
RAIN FELL IN 2 HOURS...CAUSING ROADS TO BECOME IMPASSIBLE
DUE TO WIDESPREAD FLASH FLOODING. IN ADDITION TO THE HEAVY
RAIN...PENNY-SIZED HAIL WAS REPORTED WITH THIS STORM.

ADDITIONAL LOCATIONS ACROSS NORTHERN ARIZONA ALSO RECEIVED
HEAVY RAIN THURSDAY. WUPATKI NATIONAL MONUMENT RECEIVED
0.45 INCHES OF RAIN IN 20 MINUTES AND CLARKDALE RECEIVED
0.33 INCHES OF RAIN ALONG WITH PEA SIZED HAIL THAT COVERED
THE GROUND.

CLM

$$





000
NOUS41 KAKQ 110103
PNSAKQ

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WAKEFIELD VA
900 PM EDT THU JUL 10 2014

...STRAIGHT WIND DAMAGE IN GREENSVILLE AND SOUTHAMPTON COUNTIES...

A SURVEY OF THE DAMAGE IN GREENSVILLE COUNTY /SOUTH AND SOUTHEAST OF
EMPORIA/...THEN EASTWARD ALONG RT. 58 THROUGH SOUTHAMPTON
COUNTY...HAS BEEN DESIGNATED AS STRAIGHT LINE WIND DAMAGE. THE
INITIAL DAMAGE WAS ON INTERSTATE 95...WHERE A COUPLE TREES WERE DOWN
ON THE ROADWAY. THE DAMAGE THEN CONTINUED EASTWARD SOUTH OF
EMPORIA...WITH TREES DOWN...SNAPPED OFF...AND SOME MINOR PROPERTY
DAMAGE...ESPECIALLY IN THE AREA OF LOW GROUND ROAD AND LITTLE LOW
GROUND ROAD.

IN SOUTHAMPTON COUNTY...THE FIRST SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE WAS SEEN WEST
AND SOUTHWEST OF ADAMS GROVE...WHERE NUMEROUS TREES AND POWER LINES
WERE DOWNED...AND NUMEROUS TREES WERE SNAPPED OFF. WINDS IN THIS
AREA WERE ESTIMATED TO BE AT LEAST 70 MPH. ADDITIONAL SIGNIFICANT
DAMAGE TO TREES AND POWER LINES OCCURRED IN THE CAPRON AREA...WHERE
A FEW HOMES SUSTAINED DAMAGE FROM FALLING TREES. SOME ADDITIONAL
DAMAGE TO TREES AND POWER LINES OCCURRED IN THE DREWRYVILLE AND
COURTLAND AREAS...THEN EASTWARD INTO THE FRANKLIN AREA.

HAIL WAS ALSO REPORTED OR EVIDENT IN THE DAMAGE PATH...WITH HAIL UP
TO 2 INCHES IN DIAMETER REPORTED IN THE CAPRON AND COURTLAND AREAS.
HAIL DAMAGE WAS ALSO EVIDENT IN THE ADAMS GROVE DAMAGE DESCRIBED
ABOVE.

$$

BILL SAMMLER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
WAKEFIELD VA












000
NOUS44 KJAN 110008
PNSJAN

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON MS
708 PM CDT MON JUL 10 2014

...JACKSON NOAA ALL HAZARDS TRANSMITTER IS BACK ON THE AIR...

THE JACKSON NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO STATION KIH 38... FREQUENCY
162.400 MHZ...IS BACK ON THE AIR. WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE
THIS OUTAGE MAY HAVE CAUSED



WWW.SRH.NOAA.GOV/JAN.

$$



















000
NOUS44 KJAN 102348
PNSJAN

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON MS
647 PM CDT MON JUL 10 2014

...JACKSON NOAA ALL HAZARDS TRANSMITTER IS TEMPORARILY OFF THE AIR...

THE JACKSON NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO STATION KIH 38... FREQUENCY
162.400 MHZ...WILL BE OFF THE AIR TEMPORARILY. WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY
INCONVENIENCE THIS OUTAGE MAY CAUSE AND EXPECT THE TRANSMITTER TO BE
OPERATIONAL AGAIN THIS EVENING.

PLEASE TUNE TO EITHER COMMERCIAL RADIO OR TELEVISION OUTLETS FOR THE
LATEST WEATHER INFORMATION. BELOW ARE NEARBY NOAA WEATHER RADIO ALL
HAZARDS STATIONS:

- KJY 83 CARTHAGE 162.500 MHZ
- KIH 48 BUDE     162.550 MHZ
- KIH 49 ROSEHILL 162.525 MHZ

FIND THE LATEST WEATHER INFORMATION AT: WWW.SRH.NOAA.GOV/JAN.

$$
















000
NOUS44 KJAN 102348
PNSJAN

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON MS
647 PM CDT MON JUL 10 2014

...JACKSON NOAA ALL HAZARDS TRANSMITTER IS TEMPORARILY OFF THE AIR...

THE JACKSON NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO STATION KIH 38... FREQUENCY
162.400 MHZ...WILL BE OFF THE AIR TEMPORARILY. WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY
INCONVENIENCE THIS OUTAGE MAY CAUSE AND EXPECT THE TRANSMITTER TO BE
OPERATIONAL AGAIN THIS EVENING.

PLEASE TUNE TO EITHER COMMERCIAL RADIO OR TELEVISION OUTLETS FOR THE
LATEST WEATHER INFORMATION. BELOW ARE NEARBY NOAA WEATHER RADIO ALL
HAZARDS STATIONS:

- KJY 83 CARTHAGE 162.500 MHZ
- KIH 48 BUDE     162.550 MHZ
- KIH 49 ROSEHILL 162.525 MHZ

FIND THE LATEST WEATHER INFORMATION AT: WWW.SRH.NOAA.GOV/JAN.

$$
















000
NOUS44 KJAN 102348
PNSJAN

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON MS
647 PM CDT MON JUL 10 2014

...JACKSON NOAA ALL HAZARDS TRANSMITTER IS TEMPORARILY OFF THE AIR...

THE JACKSON NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO STATION KIH 38... FREQUENCY
162.400 MHZ...WILL BE OFF THE AIR TEMPORARILY. WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY
INCONVENIENCE THIS OUTAGE MAY CAUSE AND EXPECT THE TRANSMITTER TO BE
OPERATIONAL AGAIN THIS EVENING.

PLEASE TUNE TO EITHER COMMERCIAL RADIO OR TELEVISION OUTLETS FOR THE
LATEST WEATHER INFORMATION. BELOW ARE NEARBY NOAA WEATHER RADIO ALL
HAZARDS STATIONS:

- KJY 83 CARTHAGE 162.500 MHZ
- KIH 48 BUDE     162.550 MHZ
- KIH 49 ROSEHILL 162.525 MHZ

FIND THE LATEST WEATHER INFORMATION AT: WWW.SRH.NOAA.GOV/JAN.

$$
















000
NOUS44 KJAN 102348
PNSJAN

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON MS
647 PM CDT MON JUL 10 2014

...JACKSON NOAA ALL HAZARDS TRANSMITTER IS TEMPORARILY OFF THE AIR...

THE JACKSON NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO STATION KIH 38... FREQUENCY
162.400 MHZ...WILL BE OFF THE AIR TEMPORARILY. WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY
INCONVENIENCE THIS OUTAGE MAY CAUSE AND EXPECT THE TRANSMITTER TO BE
OPERATIONAL AGAIN THIS EVENING.

PLEASE TUNE TO EITHER COMMERCIAL RADIO OR TELEVISION OUTLETS FOR THE
LATEST WEATHER INFORMATION. BELOW ARE NEARBY NOAA WEATHER RADIO ALL
HAZARDS STATIONS:

- KJY 83 CARTHAGE 162.500 MHZ
- KIH 48 BUDE     162.550 MHZ
- KIH 49 ROSEHILL 162.525 MHZ

FIND THE LATEST WEATHER INFORMATION AT: WWW.SRH.NOAA.GOV/JAN.

$$
















000
NOUS45 KPUB 102310 AAA
PNSPUB

ZCZC DENPNSPUB ALL
TTAA00 KPUB DDHHMM

COZ070-085-086-110005

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
505 PM MDT THU JUL 10 2014

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 97
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 60
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 92
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 55
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... T
                    PK WIND 28 MPH FROM E AT 1039 AM MDT.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 85
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 46
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0


$$



000
NOUS45 KPUB 102310 AAA
PNSPUB

ZCZC DENPNSPUB ALL
TTAA00 KPUB DDHHMM

COZ070-085-086-110005

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
505 PM MDT THU JUL 10 2014

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 97
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 60
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 92
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 55
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... T
                    PK WIND 28 MPH FROM E AT 1039 AM MDT.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 85
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 46
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0


$$


000
NOUS45 KPUB 102309 AAA
PNSPUB

ZCZC DENPNSPUB ALL
TTAA00 KPUB DDHHMM

COZ070-085-086-110005

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
505 PM MDT THU JUL 10 2014

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 97
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 60
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 92
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 55
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... T
                    PK WIND 28 MPH FROM E AT 1039 AM MDT.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 85
 LOW THIS MORNING........... 46                    PCPN PAST 24
HRS........... 0


$$



000
NOUS45 KPUB 102309 AAA
PNSPUB

ZCZC DENPNSPUB ALL
TTAA00 KPUB DDHHMM

COZ070-085-086-110005

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
505 PM MDT THU JUL 10 2014

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 97
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 60
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 92
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 55
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... T
                    PK WIND 28 MPH FROM E AT 1039 AM MDT.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 85
 LOW THIS MORNING........... 46                    PCPN PAST 24
HRS........... 0


$$


000
NOUS45 KPUB 102306
PNSPUB

ZCZC DENPNSPUB ALL
TTAA00 KPUB DDHHMM

COZ070-085-086-110005

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
505 PM MDT THU JUL 10 2014

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 97
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 60
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 92
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 55
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... T
                    PK WIND 28 MPH FROM E AT 1039 AM MDT.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 84
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 46
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0


$$


000
NOUS45 KPUB 102306
PNSPUB

ZCZC DENPNSPUB ALL
TTAA00 KPUB DDHHMM

COZ070-085-086-110005

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
505 PM MDT THU JUL 10 2014

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 97
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 60
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 92
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 55
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... T
                    PK WIND 28 MPH FROM E AT 1039 AM MDT.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 84
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 46
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0


$$



000
NOUS46 KPDT 102038
PNSPDT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PENDLETON OREGON
138 PM PDT THU JUL 10 2014

...MONTH IN REVIEW FOR NORTHEAST OREGON AND SOUTHEAST WASHINGTON FOR
THE MONTH OF JUNE 2014...

I.  TEMPERATURE AND PRECIPITATION OVERVIEW

     JUNE 2014 AVERAGE TEMPERATURES WERE NEAR TO BELOW NORMAL ACROSS
MOST OF THE REGION. A FEW LOCATIONS IN SOUTH CENTRAL WASHINGTON WERE
A FEW DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. TOTAL PRECIPITATION WAS WELL BELOW
NORMAL ACROSS MOST OF THE AREA EXCEPT ACROSS NORTHEAST OREGON, WHERE
SOME LOCATIONS RECEIVED NEAR TO ABOVE NORMAL PRECIPITATION DUE TO
CONVECTIVE RAIN SHOWERS THROUGH THE MONTH.


JUNE 2014 DATA AND DEPARTURE FROM NORMAL FOR SELECTED CITIES:

                   MAX   DEP    MIN   DEP    AVE   DEP   PCPN    DEP
                  TEMP  NORM   TEMP  NORM   TEMP  NORM   TOTL   NORM
YAKIMA            82.1  +2.6   52.1  +3.8   67.1  +3.2   0.08  -0.54
KENNEWICK         82.5  +0.9   57.2  +1.1   69.8  +1.0   0.42  -0.09
WALLA WALLA       79.3  +0.5   55.2  +1.0   67.3  +0.8   1.16  -0.12
THE DALLES        79.1  +0.0   55.4  +0.6   67.3  +0.3   0.25  -0.27
REDMOND           75.4  -0.7   39.3  -1.7   57.3  -1.2   0.30  -0.34
PENDLETON AIRPORT 79.0  +0.8   51.6  +0.1   65.3  +0.4   1.02  +0.04
LA GRANDE         73.6  -1.1   49.1  +0.4   61.4  -0.3   1.79  +0.25


II.  SELECTED RECORDS

     A LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM MOVED OVER THE REGION JUNE 13TH THROUGH
JUNE 14TH, BRINGING A LARGE AREA OF RAIN SHOWERS TO THE REGION.
MEACHAM, OREGON BROKE A RECORD 24-HOUR RAINFALL TOTAL ON JUNE 13TH
WITH 1.51 INCHES OF PRECIPITATION. THE PREVIOUS RECORD FOR MEACHAM
WAS 0.79 INCHES IN 2006. DOWNTOWN PENDLETON BROKE A RECORD 24-HOUR
RAINFALL TOTAL ENDING THE MORNING OF THE 14TH WITH 1.25 INCHES OF
PRECIPITATION. THIS BROKE THE PREVIOUS RECORD OF 0.42 INCHES SET IN
2006.

     A WEAK DISTURBANCE MOVED THROUGH THE REGION JUNE 20TH, LEADING
TO BREEZY CONDITIONS. SKIES CLEARED OVERNIGHT, AND MINIMUM
TEMPERATURES WERE BELOW NORMAL ACROSS THE REGION THE MORNING OF THE
21ST. TWO STATIONS BROKE RECORD LOW TEMPERATURES THE MORNING OF THE
21ST.

CITY                      PREVIOUS RECORD     NEW RECORD
HERMISTON, OR             43 IN 2002          41
MEACHAM, OR               32 IN 2006          32 (TIED)



III.  SIGNIFICANT WEATHER

     ANOTHER WEATHER DISTURBANCE MOVED ACROSS THE REGION JUNE 25TH
INTO THE 26TH, BRINGING RAIN SHOWERS. MANY LOCATIONS REPORTED OVER A
QUARTER OF AN INCH OF RAIN ENDING THE MORNING OF THE 26TH. MADRAS,
OREGON REPORTED 0.32 INCHES OF PRECIPITATION, BREAKING THE PREVIOUS
RECORD OF 0.27 INCHES SET IN 1942. THE FOLLOWING TABLE LISTS
SELECTED LOCATIONS AND REPORTED PRECIPITATION TOTALS BETWEEN JUNE
25TH AND JUNE 26TH.

LOCATION                     TOTAL PRECIP
19 SE PRINEVILLE, OR         0.74
8 SSW THREE RIVERS, OR       0.80
LONG CREEK, OR               0.91
21 S ANTELOPE, OR            0.41
ARBUCKLE MOUNTAIN, OR        0.60
HIGH RIDGE, OR               0.90
20 N GRANITE, OR             0.55
21 NWW WALLOWA, OR           0.72
CLEAR LAKE (WASCO CO), OR    0.90
15 WSW DAYVILLE, OR          0.59
TOUCHET, WA                  0.40






000
NOUS45 KGJT 101927
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
127 PM MDT THU JUL 10 2014

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


WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH 24 HOUR STATIONS:

CANYONLANDS AIRPORT,                     0.12.


OFFICIAL CLIMATE STATIONS OF WESTERN COLORADO:

2 MILES NORTH OF PARADOX,                0.15.


CLIMATE REFERENCE NETWORK SITES OF WESTERN COLORADO:

8 MILES SOUTHEAST OF CORTEZ,             0.26.


$$

MDA


000
NOUS45 KGJT 101927
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
127 PM MDT THU JUL 10 2014

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


WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH 24 HOUR STATIONS:

CANYONLANDS AIRPORT,                     0.12.


OFFICIAL CLIMATE STATIONS OF WESTERN COLORADO:

2 MILES NORTH OF PARADOX,                0.15.


CLIMATE REFERENCE NETWORK SITES OF WESTERN COLORADO:

8 MILES SOUTHEAST OF CORTEZ,             0.26.


$$

MDA


000
NOUS45 KGJT 101927
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
127 PM MDT THU JUL 10 2014

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


WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH 24 HOUR STATIONS:

CANYONLANDS AIRPORT,                     0.12.


OFFICIAL CLIMATE STATIONS OF WESTERN COLORADO:

2 MILES NORTH OF PARADOX,                0.15.


CLIMATE REFERENCE NETWORK SITES OF WESTERN COLORADO:

8 MILES SOUTHEAST OF CORTEZ,             0.26.


$$

MDA


000
NOUS45 KGJT 101927
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
127 PM MDT THU JUL 10 2014

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


WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH 24 HOUR STATIONS:

CANYONLANDS AIRPORT,                     0.12.


OFFICIAL CLIMATE STATIONS OF WESTERN COLORADO:

2 MILES NORTH OF PARADOX,                0.15.


CLIMATE REFERENCE NETWORK SITES OF WESTERN COLORADO:

8 MILES SOUTHEAST OF CORTEZ,             0.26.


$$

MDA


000
NOUS43 KSGF 101424
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-111424

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
924 AM CDT THU JUL 10 2014

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Douglas   Ava                    85  61   0.00
Barry     Roaring River SP       84  59   0.00
Webster   Niangua                82  62   0.00
Benton    Edwards 6W             84  62   0.00
Morgan    Gravois Mills          84  62   0.00
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            86  61   0.00
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            86  61   0.00
Stone     Crane 4N               83  61   0.00

$$






000
NOUS43 KSGF 101424
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-111424

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
924 AM CDT THU JUL 10 2014

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Douglas   Ava                    85  61   0.00
Barry     Roaring River SP       84  59   0.00
Webster   Niangua                82  62   0.00
Benton    Edwards 6W             84  62   0.00
Morgan    Gravois Mills          84  62   0.00
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            86  61   0.00
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            86  61   0.00
Stone     Crane 4N               83  61   0.00

$$





000
NOUS43 KSGF 101334
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-111333

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
833 AM CDT THU JUL 10 2014

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Douglas   Ava                    85  61   0.00
Barry     Roaring River SP       84  59   0.00
Webster   Niangua                82  62   0.00
Benton    Edwards 6W             84  62   0.00
Morgan    Gravois Mills          84  62   0.00
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            86  61   0.00
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            86  61   0.00
Stone     Crane 4N               83  61   0.00

$$






000
NOUS43 KSGF 101334
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-111333

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
833 AM CDT THU JUL 10 2014

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Douglas   Ava                    85  61   0.00
Barry     Roaring River SP       84  59   0.00
Webster   Niangua                82  62   0.00
Benton    Edwards 6W             84  62   0.00
Morgan    Gravois Mills          84  62   0.00
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            86  61   0.00
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            86  61   0.00
Stone     Crane 4N               83  61   0.00

$$





000
NOUS43 KGLD 101200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT THU JUL 10 2014

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

IN 1998, RAINFALL OF 5 INCHES OR MORE WAS REPORTED IN THE WINONA
KANSAS AREA IN LOGAN COUNTY. WATER COVERED HIGHWAY 25 IN FLASH
FLOODING.

$$







000
NOUS43 KGLD 101200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT THU JUL 10 2014

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

IN 1998, RAINFALL OF 5 INCHES OR MORE WAS REPORTED IN THE WINONA
KANSAS AREA IN LOGAN COUNTY. WATER COVERED HIGHWAY 25 IN FLASH
FLOODING.

$$






000
NOUS45 KSLC 100225
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
825 PM MDT WED JUL 9 2014

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS PRECIPITATION AND WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 800 PM.

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

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         7 PM WED     0.17
TRANS-JORDAN LANDFILL - 5201 FT          8 PM WED     0.04
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4281 FT               7 PM WED     0.02

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SPANISH FORK POWER HOUSE - 4720 FT       8 PM WED     0.12
SPANISH FORK - 4738 FT                   7 PM WED     0.08
TICKVILLE - 5191 FT                      7 PM WED     0.05
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT          8 PM WED     0.02

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
ROMEO & CENTERLINE - 4308 FT             8 PM WED     0.17
CALLAO GATE - 4250 FT                    8 PM WED     0.11
ENGLISH VILLAGE - 4788 FT                7 PM WED     0.11
UTAH TEST RANGE - 4440 FT                8 PM WED     0.08
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                8 PM WED     0.04
WHITE SAGE - 4363 FT                     8 PM WED     0.02
CAMEL BACK MTN - 5077 FT                 8 PM WED     0.02

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
PARK CITY GOLF COURSE - 6855 FT          6 PM WED     0.52

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         8 PM WED     0.33
MOON LAKE - 8150 FT                      8 PM WED     0.12
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 7 PM WED     0.10
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      7 PM WED     0.06
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           7 PM WED     0.02

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      7 PM WED     0.11
HORSE RIDGE - 8480 FT                    7 PM WED     0.04

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT            7 PM WED     0.25
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      7 PM WED     0.14
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      7 PM WED     0.04

...CASTLE COUNTRY...
CARBON COUNTY AIRPORT - 5922 FT          8 PM WED     0.24

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
FLATTOP MOUNTAIN - 6120 FT               7 PM WED     0.19

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
OAK CITY - 5135 FT                       7 PM WED     0.13
DELTA - 4613 FT                          7 PM WED     0.03
FILLMORE - 5120 FT                       8 PM WED     0.02

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
BRIMSTONE RESERVOIR - 5620 FT            7 PM WED     0.39
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        7 PM WED     0.06
CEDAR CITY - 5895 FT                     7 PM WED     0.04
PAROWAN - 5770 FT                        8 PM WED     0.02
PAROWAN 10NW - 5820 FT                   8 PM WED     0.02

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    7 PM WED     0.10
MANTI - PORTABLE #3 - 9001 FT            7 PM WED     0.05
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          7 PM WED     0.03

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
AGUA CANYON - 8890 FT                    5 AM WED     0.29
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      4 AM WED     0.24
TORREY - 6857 FT                         4 AM WED     0.21
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      5 AM WED     0.18
LARB HOLLOW - 8490 FT                    5 AM WED     0.17
BRYCE CANYON - 7855 FT                   7 PM WED     0.04
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              8 PM WED     0.03
JUNCTION - 6020 FT                       7 PM WED     0.03
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 7 PM WED     0.03
ASSAY - 8100 FT                          7 PM WED     0.02

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

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
SOUTH MOUNTAIN - 6001 FT                 8 PM WED     52 MPH
STOCKTON BAR - 5161 FT                   8 PM WED     43 MPH
SANDY - 5161 FT                          6 AM WED     42 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
WEST SALT FLATS - 4237 FT                7 PM WED     50 MPH
I-80 AT MP 1 - 4270 FT                   8 PM WED     46 MPH
WEST GRANITE - 4403 FT                   8 PM WED     43 MPH
ENGLISH VILLAGE - 4788 FT                7 PM WED     43 MPH
CAUSEWAY - 4246 FT                       4 PM WED     40 MPH
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT               4 PM WED     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
SR-16 @ MP1 - 6533 FT                    6 PM WED     43 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
SUNDANCE - ARROWHEAD - 8251 FT           7 AM WED     45 MPH

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
FLATTOP MOUNTAIN - 6120 FT               6 PM WED     59 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     2 AM WED     40 MPH

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
CHURCH BUTTE - 6743 FT                   4 PM WED     48 MPH

$$



000
NOUS45 KSLC 100225
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
825 PM MDT WED JUL 9 2014

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS PRECIPITATION AND WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 800 PM.

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

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         7 PM WED     0.17
TRANS-JORDAN LANDFILL - 5201 FT          8 PM WED     0.04
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4281 FT               7 PM WED     0.02

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SPANISH FORK POWER HOUSE - 4720 FT       8 PM WED     0.12
SPANISH FORK - 4738 FT                   7 PM WED     0.08
TICKVILLE - 5191 FT                      7 PM WED     0.05
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT          8 PM WED     0.02

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
ROMEO & CENTERLINE - 4308 FT             8 PM WED     0.17
CALLAO GATE - 4250 FT                    8 PM WED     0.11
ENGLISH VILLAGE - 4788 FT                7 PM WED     0.11
UTAH TEST RANGE - 4440 FT                8 PM WED     0.08
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                8 PM WED     0.04
WHITE SAGE - 4363 FT                     8 PM WED     0.02
CAMEL BACK MTN - 5077 FT                 8 PM WED     0.02

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
PARK CITY GOLF COURSE - 6855 FT          6 PM WED     0.52

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         8 PM WED     0.33
MOON LAKE - 8150 FT                      8 PM WED     0.12
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 7 PM WED     0.10
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      7 PM WED     0.06
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           7 PM WED     0.02

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      7 PM WED     0.11
HORSE RIDGE - 8480 FT                    7 PM WED     0.04

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT            7 PM WED     0.25
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      7 PM WED     0.14
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      7 PM WED     0.04

...CASTLE COUNTRY...
CARBON COUNTY AIRPORT - 5922 FT          8 PM WED     0.24

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
FLATTOP MOUNTAIN - 6120 FT               7 PM WED     0.19

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
OAK CITY - 5135 FT                       7 PM WED     0.13
DELTA - 4613 FT                          7 PM WED     0.03
FILLMORE - 5120 FT                       8 PM WED     0.02

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
BRIMSTONE RESERVOIR - 5620 FT            7 PM WED     0.39
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        7 PM WED     0.06
CEDAR CITY - 5895 FT                     7 PM WED     0.04
PAROWAN - 5770 FT                        8 PM WED     0.02
PAROWAN 10NW - 5820 FT                   8 PM WED     0.02

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    7 PM WED     0.10
MANTI - PORTABLE #3 - 9001 FT            7 PM WED     0.05
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          7 PM WED     0.03

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
AGUA CANYON - 8890 FT                    5 AM WED     0.29
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      4 AM WED     0.24
TORREY - 6857 FT                         4 AM WED     0.21
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      5 AM WED     0.18
LARB HOLLOW - 8490 FT                    5 AM WED     0.17
BRYCE CANYON - 7855 FT                   7 PM WED     0.04
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              8 PM WED     0.03
JUNCTION - 6020 FT                       7 PM WED     0.03
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 7 PM WED     0.03
ASSAY - 8100 FT                          7 PM WED     0.02

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

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
SOUTH MOUNTAIN - 6001 FT                 8 PM WED     52 MPH
STOCKTON BAR - 5161 FT                   8 PM WED     43 MPH
SANDY - 5161 FT                          6 AM WED     42 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
WEST SALT FLATS - 4237 FT                7 PM WED     50 MPH
I-80 AT MP 1 - 4270 FT                   8 PM WED     46 MPH
WEST GRANITE - 4403 FT                   8 PM WED     43 MPH
ENGLISH VILLAGE - 4788 FT                7 PM WED     43 MPH
CAUSEWAY - 4246 FT                       4 PM WED     40 MPH
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT               4 PM WED     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
SR-16 @ MP1 - 6533 FT                    6 PM WED     43 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
SUNDANCE - ARROWHEAD - 8251 FT           7 AM WED     45 MPH

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
FLATTOP MOUNTAIN - 6120 FT               6 PM WED     59 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     2 AM WED     40 MPH

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
CHURCH BUTTE - 6743 FT                   4 PM WED     48 MPH

$$



000
NOUS45 KSLC 100225
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
825 PM MDT WED JUL 9 2014

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS PRECIPITATION AND WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 800 PM.

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

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         7 PM WED     0.17
TRANS-JORDAN LANDFILL - 5201 FT          8 PM WED     0.04
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4281 FT               7 PM WED     0.02

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SPANISH FORK POWER HOUSE - 4720 FT       8 PM WED     0.12
SPANISH FORK - 4738 FT                   7 PM WED     0.08
TICKVILLE - 5191 FT                      7 PM WED     0.05
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT          8 PM WED     0.02

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
ROMEO & CENTERLINE - 4308 FT             8 PM WED     0.17
CALLAO GATE - 4250 FT                    8 PM WED     0.11
ENGLISH VILLAGE - 4788 FT                7 PM WED     0.11
UTAH TEST RANGE - 4440 FT                8 PM WED     0.08
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                8 PM WED     0.04
WHITE SAGE - 4363 FT                     8 PM WED     0.02
CAMEL BACK MTN - 5077 FT                 8 PM WED     0.02

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
PARK CITY GOLF COURSE - 6855 FT          6 PM WED     0.52

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         8 PM WED     0.33
MOON LAKE - 8150 FT                      8 PM WED     0.12
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 7 PM WED     0.10
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      7 PM WED     0.06
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           7 PM WED     0.02

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      7 PM WED     0.11
HORSE RIDGE - 8480 FT                    7 PM WED     0.04

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT            7 PM WED     0.25
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      7 PM WED     0.14
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      7 PM WED     0.04

...CASTLE COUNTRY...
CARBON COUNTY AIRPORT - 5922 FT          8 PM WED     0.24

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
FLATTOP MOUNTAIN - 6120 FT               7 PM WED     0.19

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
OAK CITY - 5135 FT                       7 PM WED     0.13
DELTA - 4613 FT                          7 PM WED     0.03
FILLMORE - 5120 FT                       8 PM WED     0.02

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
BRIMSTONE RESERVOIR - 5620 FT            7 PM WED     0.39
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        7 PM WED     0.06
CEDAR CITY - 5895 FT                     7 PM WED     0.04
PAROWAN - 5770 FT                        8 PM WED     0.02
PAROWAN 10NW - 5820 FT                   8 PM WED     0.02

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    7 PM WED     0.10
MANTI - PORTABLE #3 - 9001 FT            7 PM WED     0.05
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          7 PM WED     0.03

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
AGUA CANYON - 8890 FT                    5 AM WED     0.29
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      4 AM WED     0.24
TORREY - 6857 FT                         4 AM WED     0.21
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      5 AM WED     0.18
LARB HOLLOW - 8490 FT                    5 AM WED     0.17
BRYCE CANYON - 7855 FT                   7 PM WED     0.04
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              8 PM WED     0.03
JUNCTION - 6020 FT                       7 PM WED     0.03
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 7 PM WED     0.03
ASSAY - 8100 FT                          7 PM WED     0.02

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

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
SOUTH MOUNTAIN - 6001 FT                 8 PM WED     52 MPH
STOCKTON BAR - 5161 FT                   8 PM WED     43 MPH
SANDY - 5161 FT                          6 AM WED     42 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
WEST SALT FLATS - 4237 FT                7 PM WED     50 MPH
I-80 AT MP 1 - 4270 FT                   8 PM WED     46 MPH
WEST GRANITE - 4403 FT                   8 PM WED     43 MPH
ENGLISH VILLAGE - 4788 FT                7 PM WED     43 MPH
CAUSEWAY - 4246 FT                       4 PM WED     40 MPH
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT               4 PM WED     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
SR-16 @ MP1 - 6533 FT                    6 PM WED     43 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
SUNDANCE - ARROWHEAD - 8251 FT           7 AM WED     45 MPH

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
FLATTOP MOUNTAIN - 6120 FT               6 PM WED     59 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     2 AM WED     40 MPH

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
CHURCH BUTTE - 6743 FT                   4 PM WED     48 MPH

$$



000
NOUS45 KSLC 100225
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
825 PM MDT WED JUL 9 2014

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS PRECIPITATION AND WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 800 PM.

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

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         7 PM WED     0.17
TRANS-JORDAN LANDFILL - 5201 FT          8 PM WED     0.04
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4281 FT               7 PM WED     0.02

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SPANISH FORK POWER HOUSE - 4720 FT       8 PM WED     0.12
SPANISH FORK - 4738 FT                   7 PM WED     0.08
TICKVILLE - 5191 FT                      7 PM WED     0.05
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT          8 PM WED     0.02

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
ROMEO & CENTERLINE - 4308 FT             8 PM WED     0.17
CALLAO GATE - 4250 FT                    8 PM WED     0.11
ENGLISH VILLAGE - 4788 FT                7 PM WED     0.11
UTAH TEST RANGE - 4440 FT                8 PM WED     0.08
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                8 PM WED     0.04
WHITE SAGE - 4363 FT                     8 PM WED     0.02
CAMEL BACK MTN - 5077 FT                 8 PM WED     0.02

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
PARK CITY GOLF COURSE - 6855 FT          6 PM WED     0.52

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         8 PM WED     0.33
MOON LAKE - 8150 FT                      8 PM WED     0.12
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 7 PM WED     0.10
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      7 PM WED     0.06
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           7 PM WED     0.02

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      7 PM WED     0.11
HORSE RIDGE - 8480 FT                    7 PM WED     0.04

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT            7 PM WED     0.25
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      7 PM WED     0.14
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      7 PM WED     0.04

...CASTLE COUNTRY...
CARBON COUNTY AIRPORT - 5922 FT          8 PM WED     0.24

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
FLATTOP MOUNTAIN - 6120 FT               7 PM WED     0.19

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
OAK CITY - 5135 FT                       7 PM WED     0.13
DELTA - 4613 FT                          7 PM WED     0.03
FILLMORE - 5120 FT                       8 PM WED     0.02

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
BRIMSTONE RESERVOIR - 5620 FT            7 PM WED     0.39
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        7 PM WED     0.06
CEDAR CITY - 5895 FT                     7 PM WED     0.04
PAROWAN - 5770 FT                        8 PM WED     0.02
PAROWAN 10NW - 5820 FT                   8 PM WED     0.02

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    7 PM WED     0.10
MANTI - PORTABLE #3 - 9001 FT            7 PM WED     0.05
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          7 PM WED     0.03

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
AGUA CANYON - 8890 FT                    5 AM WED     0.29
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      4 AM WED     0.24
TORREY - 6857 FT                         4 AM WED     0.21
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      5 AM WED     0.18
LARB HOLLOW - 8490 FT                    5 AM WED     0.17
BRYCE CANYON - 7855 FT                   7 PM WED     0.04
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              8 PM WED     0.03
JUNCTION - 6020 FT                       7 PM WED     0.03
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 7 PM WED     0.03
ASSAY - 8100 FT                          7 PM WED     0.02

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

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
SOUTH MOUNTAIN - 6001 FT                 8 PM WED     52 MPH
STOCKTON BAR - 5161 FT                   8 PM WED     43 MPH
SANDY - 5161 FT                          6 AM WED     42 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
WEST SALT FLATS - 4237 FT                7 PM WED     50 MPH
I-80 AT MP 1 - 4270 FT                   8 PM WED     46 MPH
WEST GRANITE - 4403 FT                   8 PM WED     43 MPH
ENGLISH VILLAGE - 4788 FT                7 PM WED     43 MPH
CAUSEWAY - 4246 FT                       4 PM WED     40 MPH
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT               4 PM WED     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
SR-16 @ MP1 - 6533 FT                    6 PM WED     43 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
SUNDANCE - ARROWHEAD - 8251 FT           7 AM WED     45 MPH

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
FLATTOP MOUNTAIN - 6120 FT               6 PM WED     59 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     2 AM WED     40 MPH

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
CHURCH BUTTE - 6743 FT                   4 PM WED     48 MPH

$$



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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
427 PM MDT WED JUL 9 2014

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 95
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 57
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 89
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 52
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0
                    PEAK WIND: 35 MPH FROM THE SW AT 2:51PM

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 83
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 47
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0


$$



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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
427 PM MDT WED JUL 9 2014

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 95
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 57
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 89
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 52
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0
                    PEAK WIND: 35 MPH FROM THE SW AT 2:51PM

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 83
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 47
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0


$$


000
NOUS42 KMLB 092227
PNSMLB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MELBOURNE FL
627 PM EDT WED JUL 9 2014

...DAYTONA BEACH NOAA WEATHER RADIO CONTINUES TO BE TEMPORARILY OUT
OF SERVICE UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE...

THE DAYTONA BEACH NOAA WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTER OPERATING ON A
FREQUENCY OF 162.400 MEGAHERTZ IS OUT OF SERVICE. AT&T TECHNICIANS
CONTINUE TO PERFORM WORK ON THE TELCO CIRCUIT WHICH IS CAUSING THE
OUTAGE.

WHILE NORMAL BROADCASTS ARE INTERRUPTED...THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE IN MELBOURNE SUGGESTS THAT NOAA WEATHER RADIO LISTENERS IN
VOLUSIA...LAKE...ORANGE...SEMINOLE...BREVARD...PUTNAM...AND FLAGLER
COUNTIES TUNE TO THEIR LOCAL MEDIA OUTLETS FOR THE LATEST NATIONAL
WEATHER SERVICE FORECASTS...WATCHES...WARNINGS...AND STATEMENTS.
OFFICIAL CURRENT NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE INFORMATION IS ALSO
AVAILABLE AT THE FOLLOWING WEB ADDRESS:

HTTP://WWW.SRH.NOAA.GOV/MLB

HERE IS A LIST OF ALTERNATIVE TRANSMITTERS COVERING THE DAYTONA
BEACH LISTENING AREA...

162.425 MHZ IN PALATKA...
162.500 MHZ IN SUMTERVILLE...
162.475 MHZ IN ORLANDO...
162.550 MHZ IN MELBOURNE.

A PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT WILL BE ISSUED FROM THE NATIONAL
WEATHER SERVICE IN MELBOURNE WHEN STATION KIH-26 RESUMES NORMAL
BROADCASTS.

WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATIENCE AND APOLOGIZE FOR THE INCONVENIENCE.

$$

CARTWRIGHT




















000
NOUS45 KGJT 091914
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
114 PM MDT WED JUL 9 2014

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


WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH 24 HOUR STATIONS:

CORTEZ,                                  0.13.


$$



000
NOUS42 KMLB 091528
PNSMLB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MELBOURNE FL
1128 AM EDT WED JUL 9 2014

...DAYTONA BEACH NOAA WEATHER RADIO WILL HAVE BRIEF OUTAGES TODAY...

THE DAYTONA BEACH NOAA WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTER OPERATING ON A
FREQUENCY OF 162.400 MEGAHERTZ WILL EXPERIENCE BRIEF BROADCAST
OUTAGES AGAIN TODAY. AT&T TECHNICIANS WILL BE TESTING THE TELCO
CIRCUIT THROUGHOUT THE DAY TODAY...CAUSING BRIEF BROADCAST OUTAGES.

THE TRANSMITTER IS EXPECTED TO RETURN TO NORMAL OPERATIONS AFTER
4:00 PM EDT THIS AFTERNOON.

THIS TRANSMITTER SERVES LAKE...BREVARD...ORANGE...SEMINOLE...
PUTNAM...VOLUSIA AND FLAGLER COUNTIES.

WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATIENCE AND APOLOGIZE FOR THE INCONVENIENCE.

$$

GLITTO

















000
NOUS42 KMLB 091528
PNSMLB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MELBOURNE FL
1128 AM EDT WED JUL 9 2014

...DAYTONA BEACH NOAA WEATHER RADIO WILL HAVE BRIEF OUTAGES TODAY...

THE DAYTONA BEACH NOAA WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTER OPERATING ON A
FREQUENCY OF 162.400 MEGAHERTZ WILL EXPERIENCE BRIEF BROADCAST
OUTAGES AGAIN TODAY. AT&T TECHNICIANS WILL BE TESTING THE TELCO
CIRCUIT THROUGHOUT THE DAY TODAY...CAUSING BRIEF BROADCAST OUTAGES.

THE TRANSMITTER IS EXPECTED TO RETURN TO NORMAL OPERATIONS AFTER
4:00 PM EDT THIS AFTERNOON.

THIS TRANSMITTER SERVES LAKE...BREVARD...ORANGE...SEMINOLE...
PUTNAM...VOLUSIA AND FLAGLER COUNTIES.

WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATIENCE AND APOLOGIZE FOR THE INCONVENIENCE.

$$

GLITTO
















000
NOUS43 KSGF 091432
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-101431

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
931 AM CDT WED JUL 9 2014

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Benton    Edwards 6W             84  61   0.00
Barry     Roaring River SP       83  62   0.12
Morgan    Gravois Mills          83  63   0.00
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            85  61   0.03
Webster   Niangua                81  62   0.08
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            84  62   0.05
Douglas   Dora 8N                         0.45
Ozark     Wasola 3S                       0.20

$$






000
NOUS43 KGLD 091200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT WED JUL 09 2014

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

IN 1860, THE HEAT IS ON IN KANSAS WITH 115 DEGREES AT FORT SCOTT
AND FORT LAWRENCE AND 112 AT TOPEKA.

IN 1998, A FLOOD DAMAGED BRIDGES AND A ROAD IN SOUTHERN SHERMAN
COUNTY KANSAS ASSOCIATED WITH HEAVY THUNDERSTORMS.

$$






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NOUS43 KGLD 091200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT WED JUL 09 2014

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

IN 1860, THE HEAT IS ON IN KANSAS WITH 115 DEGREES AT FORT SCOTT
AND FORT LAWRENCE AND 112 AT TOPEKA.

IN 1998, A FLOOD DAMAGED BRIDGES AND A ROAD IN SOUTHERN SHERMAN
COUNTY KANSAS ASSOCIATED WITH HEAVY THUNDERSTORMS.

$$







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NOUS45 KSLC 091154
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
553 AM MDT WED JUL 09 2014

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

RAINFALL TOTALS OVER THE PAST 12 HOURS ACROSS SOUTHERN UTAH.

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

VERMILLION (24 ENE KANAB) - 6381 FT      2 AM WED     0.99
16 NE OF KANAB - 6436 FT                 5 AM WED     0.51
AGUA CANYON - 8890 FT                    5 AM WED     0.29
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      4 AM WED     0.24
TORREY - 6857 FT                         4 AM WED     0.21
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      5 AM WED     0.18
7 NE OF KANAB - 5846 FT                  5 AM WED     0.18
LARB HOLLOW - 8490 FT                    5 AM WED     0.17
LITTLE GRASSY - 6100 FT                  5 AM WED     0.10

$$



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NOUS45 KSLC 091154
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
553 AM MDT WED JUL 09 2014

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

RAINFALL TOTALS OVER THE PAST 12 HOURS ACROSS SOUTHERN UTAH.

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

VERMILLION (24 ENE KANAB) - 6381 FT      2 AM WED     0.99
16 NE OF KANAB - 6436 FT                 5 AM WED     0.51
AGUA CANYON - 8890 FT                    5 AM WED     0.29
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      4 AM WED     0.24
TORREY - 6857 FT                         4 AM WED     0.21
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      5 AM WED     0.18
7 NE OF KANAB - 5846 FT                  5 AM WED     0.18
LARB HOLLOW - 8490 FT                    5 AM WED     0.17
LITTLE GRASSY - 6100 FT                  5 AM WED     0.10

$$


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NOUS45 KFGZ 090500
PNSFGZ

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FLAGSTAFF AZ
945 PM MST TUE JUL 8 2014

...STRONG STORMS ACROSS NORTHERN ARIZONA TODAY TUESDAY JULY 8TH...

DEEP MOISTURE CONTINUED OVER NORTHERN ARIZONA TODAY. THIS MOISTURE
ALLOWED NUMEROUS SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS TO DEVELOP. THESE STORMS
PRODUCED HAIL AT LEAST ONE REPORT OF 1 INCH DIAMETER CAME IN FROM
EAST FLAGSTAFF. AREAS OF HEAVY RAIN AND LOTS OF SMALL HAIL OCCURRED
IN OTHER PLACES...

EAST FLAGSTAFF OUT THROUGH DONEY PARK
...REPORTS OF OVER 2 INCHES OF RAIN CAME FROM EAST FLAGSTAFF
...A REPORT OF 1 INCH HAIL CAME FROM EAST FLAGSTAFF
...REPORTS OF 1 TO 3 FOOT DRIFTS OF HAIL AND HOME FLOODING IN SOME
   NEIGHBORHOODS OCCURRED IN EAST FLAGSTAFF

MOUNT HOPE WESTWARD TO THE YAVAPAI COUNTY LINE
...RADAR RAINFALL ESTIMATES OF 1 TO 4 INCHES OF RAIN WAS POSSIBLE

4 TO 12 MILES SOUTHWEST OF THE WALNUT CREEK RANGER STATION IN YAVAPAI
COUNTY
...RADAR RAINFALL ESTIMATES OF 1 TO 4 INCHES OF RAIN WAS POSSIBLE

4 TO 8 MILES SOUTHEAST OF KIRKLAND
...RADAR RAINFALL ESTIMATES OF 1 TO 3 INCHES OF RAIN WAS POSSIBLE

BETWEEN CROWN KING AND WAGONER
...RADAR RAINFALL ESTIMATES OF 1 TO 4 INCHES OF RAIN WAS POSSIBLE

ALONG THE EASTERN MOGOLLON RIM FROM CHAVEZ MOUNTAIN...8 MILES WEST
NORTHWEST OF FOREST LAKE...AND SOUTHWARD TO AROUND YOUNG
...RADAR RAINFALL ESTIMATES OF 1 TO 3 INCHES OF RAIN WAS POSSIBLE

 IF YOU HAVE ANY ADDITIONAL SEVERE WEATHER REPORTS PLEASE PASS THEM
ALONG TO THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN FLAGSTAFF THROUGH SUBMIT A
REPORT FROM OUR HOME PAGE AT WWW.WRH.NOAA.GOV/FGZ...UNDER CURRENT
HAZARDS FROM THE BAR ON THE LEFT SIDE OF THE WEB PAGE CLICK ON
SUBMIT REPORT.
$$

TC








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NOUS45 KFGZ 090500
PNSFGZ

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FLAGSTAFF AZ
945 PM MST TUE JUL 8 2014

...STRONG STORMS ACROSS NORTHERN ARIZONA TODAY TUESDAY JULY 8TH...

DEEP MOISTURE CONTINUED OVER NORTHERN ARIZONA TODAY. THIS MOISTURE
ALLOWED NUMEROUS SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS TO DEVELOP. THESE STORMS
PRODUCED HAIL AT LEAST ONE REPORT OF 1 INCH DIAMETER CAME IN FROM
EAST FLAGSTAFF. AREAS OF HEAVY RAIN AND LOTS OF SMALL HAIL OCCURRED
IN OTHER PLACES...

EAST FLAGSTAFF OUT THROUGH DONEY PARK
...REPORTS OF OVER 2 INCHES OF RAIN CAME FROM EAST FLAGSTAFF
...A REPORT OF 1 INCH HAIL CAME FROM EAST FLAGSTAFF
...REPORTS OF 1 TO 3 FOOT DRIFTS OF HAIL AND HOME FLOODING IN SOME
   NEIGHBORHOODS OCCURRED IN EAST FLAGSTAFF

MOUNT HOPE WESTWARD TO THE YAVAPAI COUNTY LINE
...RADAR RAINFALL ESTIMATES OF 1 TO 4 INCHES OF RAIN WAS POSSIBLE

4 TO 12 MILES SOUTHWEST OF THE WALNUT CREEK RANGER STATION IN YAVAPAI
COUNTY
...RADAR RAINFALL ESTIMATES OF 1 TO 4 INCHES OF RAIN WAS POSSIBLE

4 TO 8 MILES SOUTHEAST OF KIRKLAND
...RADAR RAINFALL ESTIMATES OF 1 TO 3 INCHES OF RAIN WAS POSSIBLE

BETWEEN CROWN KING AND WAGONER
...RADAR RAINFALL ESTIMATES OF 1 TO 4 INCHES OF RAIN WAS POSSIBLE

ALONG THE EASTERN MOGOLLON RIM FROM CHAVEZ MOUNTAIN...8 MILES WEST
NORTHWEST OF FOREST LAKE...AND SOUTHWARD TO AROUND YOUNG
...RADAR RAINFALL ESTIMATES OF 1 TO 3 INCHES OF RAIN WAS POSSIBLE

 IF YOU HAVE ANY ADDITIONAL SEVERE WEATHER REPORTS PLEASE PASS THEM
ALONG TO THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN FLAGSTAFF THROUGH SUBMIT A
REPORT FROM OUR HOME PAGE AT WWW.WRH.NOAA.GOV/FGZ...UNDER CURRENT
HAZARDS FROM THE BAR ON THE LEFT SIDE OF THE WEB PAGE CLICK ON
SUBMIT REPORT.
$$

TC









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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
425 PM MDT TUE JUL 8 2014

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 85
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 66
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... T
                    PEAK WIND: 34 MPH FROM THE NE AT 00:09AM

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 74
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 58
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... T
                    PEAK WIND: 32 MPH FROM THE NE AT 2:38AM

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 82
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 50
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0
                    PEAK WIND: 37 MPH FROM THE WEST AT 2:37PM


$$



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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
425 PM MDT TUE JUL 8 2014

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 85
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 66
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... T
                    PEAK WIND: 34 MPH FROM THE NE AT 00:09AM

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 74
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 58
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... T
                    PEAK WIND: 32 MPH FROM THE NE AT 2:38AM

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 82
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 50
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0
                    PEAK WIND: 37 MPH FROM THE WEST AT 2:37PM


$$


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NOUS41 KAKQ 082159
PNSAKQ

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WAKEFIELD VA
0555 PM EST TUE JUL 08 2014

...FIRST 100 DEGREE TEMPERATURE AT RICHMOND SINCE JULY 8 2012...

THE HIGH TEMPERATURE AT RICHMOND TODAY WAS 100 DEGREES. THIS WAS THE
WARMEST SINCE EXACTLY TWO YEARS AGO ON THIS DATE. IT WAS THEN THAT
THE RECORD HIGH FOR JULY 8TH WAS SET AT 103 DEGREES.

$$

ALEXANDER























000
NOUS42 KCAE 082158
PNSCAE

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE COLUMBIA SC
555 PM EDT TUE JUL 08 2014

...HIGHEST TEMPERATURES OF THE 2014 WARM SEASON HAVE BEEN
   REACHED THIS AFTERNOON IN BOTH COLUMBIA SC AND AUGUSTA GA...

A COMBINATION OF WEAK ATMOSPHERIC SINKING MOTION...LOW RELATIVE
HUMIDITIES FROM WEST-SOUTHWEST BREEZES...AND THE STRENGTH OF EARLY
JULY SUNSHINE HAS PRODUCED HIGH TEMPERATURE READINGS TODAY ACROSS
PORTIONS OF EAST-CENTRAL GEORGIA AND CENTRAL SOUTH CAROLINA.

AT COLUMBIA METRO AIRPORT...THE TEMPERATURE HAS TOPPED OUT AT
100 DEGREES THIS AFTERNOON. EVEN THOUGH THIS IS NOT A DAILY RECORD--
THE HIGH TEMPERATURE RECORD FOR JULY 8TH IN COLUMBIA IS 105 DEGREES
SET IN 1977--IT IS THE FIRST TIME THE CENTURY MARK HAS BEEN REACHED
SINCE JULY 27TH IN 2012.

AT AUGUSTA REGIONAL AIRPORT/BUSH FIELD...THE TEMPERATURE HAS TOPPED
OUT AT 98 DEGREES THIS AFTERNOON. THIS TIES THE HIGHEST TEMPERATURE
SO FAR THIS SEASON WHICH WAS FIRST REACHED ON JULY 3RD--THURSDAY OF
LAST WEEK. THE HIGH TEMPERATURE RECORD FOR JULY 8TH IN AUGUSTA IS
104 DEGREES FIRST SET IN 1977. THE MOST RECENT TIME THE CENTURY MARK
WAS REACHED IN THE AUGUSTA AREA WAS JULY 26TH OF 2012 (103 DEGREES).

$$
ACM






000
NOUS42 KCAE 082158
PNSCAE

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE COLUMBIA SC
555 PM EDT TUE JUL 08 2014

...HIGHEST TEMPERATURES OF THE 2014 WARM SEASON HAVE BEEN
   REACHED THIS AFTERNOON IN BOTH COLUMBIA SC AND AUGUSTA GA...

A COMBINATION OF WEAK ATMOSPHERIC SINKING MOTION...LOW RELATIVE
HUMIDITIES FROM WEST-SOUTHWEST BREEZES...AND THE STRENGTH OF EARLY
JULY SUNSHINE HAS PRODUCED HIGH TEMPERATURE READINGS TODAY ACROSS
PORTIONS OF EAST-CENTRAL GEORGIA AND CENTRAL SOUTH CAROLINA.

AT COLUMBIA METRO AIRPORT...THE TEMPERATURE HAS TOPPED OUT AT
100 DEGREES THIS AFTERNOON. EVEN THOUGH THIS IS NOT A DAILY RECORD--
THE HIGH TEMPERATURE RECORD FOR JULY 8TH IN COLUMBIA IS 105 DEGREES
SET IN 1977--IT IS THE FIRST TIME THE CENTURY MARK HAS BEEN REACHED
SINCE JULY 27TH IN 2012.

AT AUGUSTA REGIONAL AIRPORT/BUSH FIELD...THE TEMPERATURE HAS TOPPED
OUT AT 98 DEGREES THIS AFTERNOON. THIS TIES THE HIGHEST TEMPERATURE
SO FAR THIS SEASON WHICH WAS FIRST REACHED ON JULY 3RD--THURSDAY OF
LAST WEEK. THE HIGH TEMPERATURE RECORD FOR JULY 8TH IN AUGUSTA IS
104 DEGREES FIRST SET IN 1977. THE MOST RECENT TIME THE CENTURY MARK
WAS REACHED IN THE AUGUSTA AREA WAS JULY 26TH OF 2012 (103 DEGREES).

$$
ACM





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NOUS43 KLMK 082154
PNSLMK

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOUISVILLE KY
554 PM EDT Tue Jul 8 2014

...Damage Report...

Damage Type: Straight-line winds

       Date: Jul 7  2014
 Begin Time: 8:20 PM EDT
   End Time: 8:30 PM EDT

Begin Point: Lyndon
  End Point: Graymoor-Devondale

 Wind Speed: 65-75 mph

Path Length: 1.5 miles
 Path Width: 1.5 miles

   Injuries: 0
 Fatalities: 0

Narrative: A small thunderstorm developed over Jefferson County,
Kentucky and quickly produced very strong, gusty winds. About ten
trees were blown down, and 13 power poles were damaged to the point
of needing to be replaced.  Many large branches were torn down.
Fourteen thousand addresses were without power at the peak of the
storm.  Winds speeds were likely equivalent to an EF0 tornado.

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000
NOUS43 KLMK 082154
PNSLMK

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOUISVILLE KY
554 PM EDT Tue Jul 8 2014

...Damage Report...

Damage Type: Straight-line winds

       Date: Jul 7  2014
 Begin Time: 8:20 PM EDT
   End Time: 8:30 PM EDT

Begin Point: Lyndon
  End Point: Graymoor-Devondale

 Wind Speed: 65-75 mph

Path Length: 1.5 miles
 Path Width: 1.5 miles

   Injuries: 0
 Fatalities: 0

Narrative: A small thunderstorm developed over Jefferson County,
Kentucky and quickly produced very strong, gusty winds. About ten
trees were blown down, and 13 power poles were damaged to the point
of needing to be replaced.  Many large branches were torn down.
Fourteen thousand addresses were without power at the peak of the
storm.  Winds speeds were likely equivalent to an EF0 tornado.

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000
NOUS42 KMLB 081951
PNSMLB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MELBOURNE FL
351 PM EDT TUE JUL 08 2014

...FORT PIERCE NOAA WEATHER RADIO BROADCAST REMAINS OFF THE AIR...

THE FORT PIERCE NOAA WEATHER RADIO...STATION WWF-69...OPERATING ON A
FREQUENCY OF 162.425 MEGAHERTZ...IS OFF THE AIR DUE TO PHONE LINE
PROBLEMS. TELEPHONE COMPANY TECHNICIANS ARE TROUBLESHOOTING THE
ISSUE BUT TIME OF RETURN TO SERVICE IS UNKNOWN.

THE BROADCAST WILL BE RETURNED TO SERVICE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.

ALTERNATE TRANSMITTERS COVERING THE FORT PIERCE LISTENING AREA...

162.550 MHZ IN MELBOURNE...SERVING INDIAN RIVER COUNTY.
162.400 MHZ IN BELLE GLADE...SERVING OKEECHOBEE COUNTY.
162.475 MHZ IN WEST PALM BEACH...SERVING MARTIN AND SAINT LUCIE
COUNTIES.

WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATIENCE AND APOLOGIZE FOR THE INCONVENIENCE.

$$

JRC
















000
NOUS42 KMLB 081951
PNSMLB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MELBOURNE FL
351 PM EDT TUE JUL 08 2014

...FORT PIERCE NOAA WEATHER RADIO BROADCAST REMAINS OFF THE AIR...

THE FORT PIERCE NOAA WEATHER RADIO...STATION WWF-69...OPERATING ON A
FREQUENCY OF 162.425 MEGAHERTZ...IS OFF THE AIR DUE TO PHONE LINE
PROBLEMS. TELEPHONE COMPANY TECHNICIANS ARE TROUBLESHOOTING THE
ISSUE BUT TIME OF RETURN TO SERVICE IS UNKNOWN.

THE BROADCAST WILL BE RETURNED TO SERVICE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.

ALTERNATE TRANSMITTERS COVERING THE FORT PIERCE LISTENING AREA...

162.550 MHZ IN MELBOURNE...SERVING INDIAN RIVER COUNTY.
162.400 MHZ IN BELLE GLADE...SERVING OKEECHOBEE COUNTY.
162.475 MHZ IN WEST PALM BEACH...SERVING MARTIN AND SAINT LUCIE
COUNTIES.

WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATIENCE AND APOLOGIZE FOR THE INCONVENIENCE.

$$

JRC
















000
NOUS42 KMLB 081951
PNSMLB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MELBOURNE FL
351 PM EDT TUE JUL 08 2014

...FORT PIERCE NOAA WEATHER RADIO BROADCAST REMAINS OFF THE AIR...

THE FORT PIERCE NOAA WEATHER RADIO...STATION WWF-69...OPERATING ON A
FREQUENCY OF 162.425 MEGAHERTZ...IS OFF THE AIR DUE TO PHONE LINE
PROBLEMS. TELEPHONE COMPANY TECHNICIANS ARE TROUBLESHOOTING THE
ISSUE BUT TIME OF RETURN TO SERVICE IS UNKNOWN.

THE BROADCAST WILL BE RETURNED TO SERVICE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.

ALTERNATE TRANSMITTERS COVERING THE FORT PIERCE LISTENING AREA...

162.550 MHZ IN MELBOURNE...SERVING INDIAN RIVER COUNTY.
162.400 MHZ IN BELLE GLADE...SERVING OKEECHOBEE COUNTY.
162.475 MHZ IN WEST PALM BEACH...SERVING MARTIN AND SAINT LUCIE
COUNTIES.

WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATIENCE AND APOLOGIZE FOR THE INCONVENIENCE.

$$

JRC
















000
NOUS42 KMLB 081951
PNSMLB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MELBOURNE FL
351 PM EDT TUE JUL 08 2014

...FORT PIERCE NOAA WEATHER RADIO BROADCAST REMAINS OFF THE AIR...

THE FORT PIERCE NOAA WEATHER RADIO...STATION WWF-69...OPERATING ON A
FREQUENCY OF 162.425 MEGAHERTZ...IS OFF THE AIR DUE TO PHONE LINE
PROBLEMS. TELEPHONE COMPANY TECHNICIANS ARE TROUBLESHOOTING THE
ISSUE BUT TIME OF RETURN TO SERVICE IS UNKNOWN.

THE BROADCAST WILL BE RETURNED TO SERVICE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.

ALTERNATE TRANSMITTERS COVERING THE FORT PIERCE LISTENING AREA...

162.550 MHZ IN MELBOURNE...SERVING INDIAN RIVER COUNTY.
162.400 MHZ IN BELLE GLADE...SERVING OKEECHOBEE COUNTY.
162.475 MHZ IN WEST PALM BEACH...SERVING MARTIN AND SAINT LUCIE
COUNTIES.

WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATIENCE AND APOLOGIZE FOR THE INCONVENIENCE.

$$

JRC
















000
NOUS41 KWBC 081935
PNSWSH

Technical Implementation Notice 14-26 Amended
National Ocean Service Headquarters Washington DC
Relayed by National Weather Service Washington DC
335 PM EDT Tue Jul 8 2014

To:  Subscribers:
  -Family of Services
  -NOAA Weather Wire Service
  -Emergency Managers Weather Information Network
  -NOAAPORT
  Other NWS and NOS partners and employees

From:  Pat Burke
  Acting Chief, Oceanographic Division
  NOS Center for Operational Oceanographic Products
            and Services (CO-OPS)

Subject:  Amended: Implementation of new NOS Oceanographic
          Forecast Modeling System for the Northeast Gulf of
          Mexico and the Northwest Gulf of Mexico,
          Effective September 16, 2014

Amended to change effective date to September 16

Effective September 16, beginning at 15z Coordinated Universal
Time (UTC), 1000 AM EST, the NOS Northeast Gulf of Mexico
Operational Forecast System (NEGOFS) and Northwest Gulf of Mexico
Operational Forecast System (NWGOFS) will be implemented on the
NOAA Weather Climate Operational Supercomputing System (WCOSS)
operated by NCEP Central Operations (NCO).

NEGOFS and NWGOFS are two nested operational forecast systems of
the existing operational forecast system for the Gulf of Mexico
(NGOFS). These systems now will provide users with higher-
resolution nowcasts (analyses of near present) and forecast
guidance of the three-dimensional physical conditions of Gulf of
Mexico northeast and northwest coastal waters, including surface
water levels and 3-D water currents, water temperature, and
salinity out to 48 hours.

As its core ocean prediction model, NEGOFS and NWGOFS use the
Finite Volume Coastal Ocean Model (FVCOM) developed jointly by
the University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth, and the Woods Hole
Oceanographic Institution. FVCOM is a prognostic, unstructured-
grid, finite-volume, free-surface, 3-D primitive equation coastal
ocean model. FVCOM has a horizontal grid comprised of
unstructured triangular cells where the irregular bottom is
presented using generalized terrain-following coordinates.

The NEGOFS grid consists of 68,455 nodes and 130,814 elements and
includes three PORTS: Gulfport, Pascagoula and Mobile Bay. The
grid resolution ranges from 45m to 2160m. NEGOFS has resolution
from 56m to 986m in Gulfport, 45m to 1050m in Pascagoula, and 45m
to 1500m in Mobile Bay. The NWGOFS grid consists of 85,707 nodes
and 161,518 elements and includes four PORTS: Matagorda Bay,
Galveston Bay, Sabine Neches and Lake Charles. The NWGOFS grid
resolution ranges from 60m to 3500m, 70m to 550m in Matagorda
Bay, 80m to 530m in Galveston Bay, 60m to 540m in Sabine Neches
and 70m to 560m in Lake Charles. The higher resolution within the
seven PORTS provides more detailed current features.

NEGOFS and NWGOFS operate within the NOS Coastal Ocean Modeling
Framework (COMF) and have four daily nowcast and forecast cycles:
03, 09, 15 and 21 UTC.

For the NEGOFS or NWGOFS nowcast cycle, the meteorological
forcing is provided by the nested, high resolution (4 km) NCEP
North American Mesoscale (NAM) weather prediction model. River
discharge and stage are estimated using near-real-time
observations from U.S. Geological Survey river gauges.
Oceanographic conditions of water levels, currents, water
temperature and salinity on lateral open boundary on the shelf
are provided from NGOFS nowcast simulation.

For the NEGOFS or NWGOFS forecast cycle, the meteorological
forcing is provided by the nested, high resolution (4 km) NCEP
North American Mesoscale (NAM) weather prediction model. River
discharge and stage are estimated by persistence of the most
recent near-real-time observations from U.S. Geological Survey
river gauges. Oceanographic conditions of water levels, currents,
water temperature and salinity on lateral open boundary on the
shelf are provided from NGOFS forecast simulation.

Gridded and point forecast guidance from NEGOFS or NWGOFS will be
available in netCDF files on the NCEP server at Web Operations
Centers (WOC)

ftpprd.ncep.noaa.gov

in the directory
/pub/data/nccfs/com/nos/prod/negofs.yyyymmdd
/pub/data/nccfs/com/nos/prod/nwgofs.yyyymmdd

and at CO-OPS THREDDS server

http://opendap.co-ops.nos.noaa.gov/thredds/catalog.html

NEGOFS or NWGOFS outputs are displayed on the CO-OPS web page at:

http://tidesandcurrents.noaa.gov

Additional information about NEGOFS or NWGOFS can be found at

http://www.tidesandcurrents.noaa.gov/models.html

NEGOFS or NWGOFS predictions are used by commercial and
recreational mariners and fishermen, emergency managers, search
and rescue operations, and NWS marine weather forecasters. The
development and implementation of NEGOFS and NWGOFS were a joint
project of the NOS/Office of Coast Survey (OCS); the NOS/Center
for Operational Oceanographic Products and Services (CO-OPS);
NWS/NCEP/NCO and the University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth; and
the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. NEGOFS and NWGOFS are
monitored 24x7 by both NCO/NCEP and CO-OPS Continuous Real-Time
Monitoring System (CORMS) personnel.

If you have any questions concerning these changes, please
contact:
Dr. Aijun Zhang
NOS/CO-OPS
Silver Spring, MD
Email: Aijun.Zhang@noaa.gov
 or
Dr. Frank Aikman
Marine Modeling and Analysis Branch
Coast Survey Development Laboratory
NOAA/NOS/Office of Coast Survey
Silver Spring, MD
Email: Frank.Aikman@noaa.gov

For questions regarding the dataflow aspects with respect to the
NCEP server at the WOC, please contact:
Rebecca Cosgrove
NCEP/NCO Dataflow Team
College Park, MD
Email: ncep.list.pmb-dataflow@noaa.gov

For questions on how to access NEGOFS or NWGOFS digital products
from CO-OPS servers please contact:
NOS/CO-OPS/User Services Team
Silver Spring, MD
Email: tide.prediction@noaa.gov

NWS Technical Implementation Notices are available online at:

  http://www.nws.noaa.gov/om/notif.htm

$$




000
NOUS41 KWBC 081935
PNSWSH

Technical Implementation Notice 14-26 Amended
National Ocean Service Headquarters Washington DC
Relayed by National Weather Service Washington DC
335 PM EDT Tue Jul 8 2014

To:  Subscribers:
  -Family of Services
  -NOAA Weather Wire Service
  -Emergency Managers Weather Information Network
  -NOAAPORT
  Other NWS and NOS partners and employees

From:  Pat Burke
  Acting Chief, Oceanographic Division
  NOS Center for Operational Oceanographic Products
            and Services (CO-OPS)

Subject:  Amended: Implementation of new NOS Oceanographic
          Forecast Modeling System for the Northeast Gulf of
          Mexico and the Northwest Gulf of Mexico,
          Effective September 16, 2014

Amended to change effective date to September 16

Effective September 16, beginning at 15z Coordinated Universal
Time (UTC), 1000 AM EST, the NOS Northeast Gulf of Mexico
Operational Forecast System (NEGOFS) and Northwest Gulf of Mexico
Operational Forecast System (NWGOFS) will be implemented on the
NOAA Weather Climate Operational Supercomputing System (WCOSS)
operated by NCEP Central Operations (NCO).

NEGOFS and NWGOFS are two nested operational forecast systems of
the existing operational forecast system for the Gulf of Mexico
(NGOFS). These systems now will provide users with higher-
resolution nowcasts (analyses of near present) and forecast
guidance of the three-dimensional physical conditions of Gulf of
Mexico northeast and northwest coastal waters, including surface
water levels and 3-D water currents, water temperature, and
salinity out to 48 hours.

As its core ocean prediction model, NEGOFS and NWGOFS use the
Finite Volume Coastal Ocean Model (FVCOM) developed jointly by
the University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth, and the Woods Hole
Oceanographic Institution. FVCOM is a prognostic, unstructured-
grid, finite-volume, free-surface, 3-D primitive equation coastal
ocean model. FVCOM has a horizontal grid comprised of
unstructured triangular cells where the irregular bottom is
presented using generalized terrain-following coordinates.

The NEGOFS grid consists of 68,455 nodes and 130,814 elements and
includes three PORTS: Gulfport, Pascagoula and Mobile Bay. The
grid resolution ranges from 45m to 2160m. NEGOFS has resolution
from 56m to 986m in Gulfport, 45m to 1050m in Pascagoula, and 45m
to 1500m in Mobile Bay. The NWGOFS grid consists of 85,707 nodes
and 161,518 elements and includes four PORTS: Matagorda Bay,
Galveston Bay, Sabine Neches and Lake Charles. The NWGOFS grid
resolution ranges from 60m to 3500m, 70m to 550m in Matagorda
Bay, 80m to 530m in Galveston Bay, 60m to 540m in Sabine Neches
and 70m to 560m in Lake Charles. The higher resolution within the
seven PORTS provides more detailed current features.

NEGOFS and NWGOFS operate within the NOS Coastal Ocean Modeling
Framework (COMF) and have four daily nowcast and forecast cycles:
03, 09, 15 and 21 UTC.

For the NEGOFS or NWGOFS nowcast cycle, the meteorological
forcing is provided by the nested, high resolution (4 km) NCEP
North American Mesoscale (NAM) weather prediction model. River
discharge and stage are estimated using near-real-time
observations from U.S. Geological Survey river gauges.
Oceanographic conditions of water levels, currents, water
temperature and salinity on lateral open boundary on the shelf
are provided from NGOFS nowcast simulation.

For the NEGOFS or NWGOFS forecast cycle, the meteorological
forcing is provided by the nested, high resolution (4 km) NCEP
North American Mesoscale (NAM) weather prediction model. River
discharge and stage are estimated by persistence of the most
recent near-real-time observations from U.S. Geological Survey
river gauges. Oceanographic conditions of water levels, currents,
water temperature and salinity on lateral open boundary on the
shelf are provided from NGOFS forecast simulation.

Gridded and point forecast guidance from NEGOFS or NWGOFS will be
available in netCDF files on the NCEP server at Web Operations
Centers (WOC)

ftpprd.ncep.noaa.gov

in the directory
/pub/data/nccfs/com/nos/prod/negofs.yyyymmdd
/pub/data/nccfs/com/nos/prod/nwgofs.yyyymmdd

and at CO-OPS THREDDS server

http://opendap.co-ops.nos.noaa.gov/thredds/catalog.html

NEGOFS or NWGOFS outputs are displayed on the CO-OPS web page at:

http://tidesandcurrents.noaa.gov

Additional information about NEGOFS or NWGOFS can be found at

http://www.tidesandcurrents.noaa.gov/models.html

NEGOFS or NWGOFS predictions are used by commercial and
recreational mariners and fishermen, emergency managers, search
and rescue operations, and NWS marine weather forecasters. The
development and implementation of NEGOFS and NWGOFS were a joint
project of the NOS/Office of Coast Survey (OCS); the NOS/Center
for Operational Oceanographic Products and Services (CO-OPS);
NWS/NCEP/NCO and the University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth; and
the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. NEGOFS and NWGOFS are
monitored 24x7 by both NCO/NCEP and CO-OPS Continuous Real-Time
Monitoring System (CORMS) personnel.

If you have any questions concerning these changes, please
contact:
Dr. Aijun Zhang
NOS/CO-OPS
Silver Spring, MD
Email: Aijun.Zhang@noaa.gov
 or
Dr. Frank Aikman
Marine Modeling and Analysis Branch
Coast Survey Development Laboratory
NOAA/NOS/Office of Coast Survey
Silver Spring, MD
Email: Frank.Aikman@noaa.gov

For questions regarding the dataflow aspects with respect to the
NCEP server at the WOC, please contact:
Rebecca Cosgrove
NCEP/NCO Dataflow Team
College Park, MD
Email: ncep.list.pmb-dataflow@noaa.gov

For questions on how to access NEGOFS or NWGOFS digital products
from CO-OPS servers please contact:
NOS/CO-OPS/User Services Team
Silver Spring, MD
Email: tide.prediction@noaa.gov

NWS Technical Implementation Notices are available online at:

  http://www.nws.noaa.gov/om/notif.htm

$$



000
NOUS42 KMLB 081917
PNSMLB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MELBOURNE FL
317 PM EDT TUE JUL 08 2014

...FORT PIERCE NOAA WEATHER RADIO BROADCAST IS OFF THE AIR...

THE FORT PIERCE NOAA WEATHER RADIO ...STATION WWF-69...OPERATING ON
A FREQUENCY OF 162.425 MEGAHERTZ...IS OFF THE AIR DUE TO PHONE LINE
PROBLEMS. TECHNICIANS ARE WORKING ON THE ISSUE BUT TIME OF RETURN TO
SERVICE IS UNKNOWN.

THE BROADCAST WILL BE RETURNED TO SERVICE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.

WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATIENCE AND APOLOGIZE FOR THE INCONVENIENCE.

$$

JRC
















000
NOUS42 KMLB 081917
PNSMLB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MELBOURNE FL
317 PM EDT TUE JUL 08 2014

...FORT PIERCE NOAA WEATHER RADIO BROADCAST IS OFF THE AIR...

THE FORT PIERCE NOAA WEATHER RADIO ...STATION WWF-69...OPERATING ON
A FREQUENCY OF 162.425 MEGAHERTZ...IS OFF THE AIR DUE TO PHONE LINE
PROBLEMS. TECHNICIANS ARE WORKING ON THE ISSUE BUT TIME OF RETURN TO
SERVICE IS UNKNOWN.

THE BROADCAST WILL BE RETURNED TO SERVICE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.

WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATIENCE AND APOLOGIZE FOR THE INCONVENIENCE.

$$

JRC















000
NOUS42 KMFL 081734
PNSMFL

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MIAMI FL
134 PM EDT TUE JUL 08 2014

NOAA WEATHER RADIO STATION KEC50 WEST PALM BEACH, IS NOW BACK IN
SERVICE. THANKS FOR YOUR PATIENCE.

REMEMBER, THE LATEST WEATHER INFORMATION IS ALSO AVAILABLE ON OUR
WEBSITE AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/MIAMI

OR VISIT US ON FACEBOOK US NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE, MIAMI, FL

$$


000
NOUS42 KMFL 081734
PNSMFL

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MIAMI FL
134 PM EDT TUE JUL 08 2014

NOAA WEATHER RADIO STATION KEC50 WEST PALM BEACH, IS NOW BACK IN
SERVICE. THANKS FOR YOUR PATIENCE.

REMEMBER, THE LATEST WEATHER INFORMATION IS ALSO AVAILABLE ON OUR
WEBSITE AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/MIAMI

OR VISIT US ON FACEBOOK US NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE, MIAMI, FL

$$



000
NOUS46 KSEW 081526
PNSSEW

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
830 AM PDT TUE JUL 8 2014

...NOAA SCIENCE CAMP UNDERWAY...

THIS YEARS NOAA SCIENCE CAMP IS UNDERWAY THIS WEEK AT THE NOAA
WESTERN REGION CENTER AT SAND POINT IN SEATTLE. ABOUT 55 PUGET SOUND
AREA INCOMING 7TH AND 8TH GRADERS ARE ATTENDING. A SECOND NOAA
SCIENCE CAMP WILL BE HELD NEXT WEEK WITH ANOTHER GROUP OF CAMPERS.

NOW IN ITS 13TH YEAR...NOAA SCIENCE CAMP SPARKS YOUNG PEOPLES
INTEREST IN MARINE SCIENCE AND IN SCIENCE...TECHNOLOGY...ENGINEERING
AND MATH (STEM) CAREERS THROUGH INNOVATIVE PROGRAMMING DEVELOPED AND
TAUGHT BY NOAA SCIENTISTS.

DURING THE FIVE-DAY CAMP...STUDENTS LEARN IN TEAMS ABOUT REAL-LIFE
ENVIRONMENTAL TOPICS THROUGH HANDS-ON ACTIVITIES AT SEVERAL NOAA
OFFICES AND APPLY THOSE LESSONS TO UNRAVEL A PUGET SOUND
ENVIRONMENTAL MYSTERY. IN ADDITION...HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
PARTICIPATING IN THE CAMPS TWO-WEEK JUNIOR LEADERSHIP PROGRAM GAIN
SKILL IN MENTORING YOUNGER STUDENTS WHILE PRACTICING MORE ADVANCED
SCIENTIFIC INVESTIGATIONS AND WORKING WITH MARINE SCIENCE
PROFESSIONALS.

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE PARTICIPATES IN THE CAMP BY
OFFERING SEVERAL LABS AND HANDS-ON EXPERIMENTS THAT ADDRESS AIR
PRESSURE...HYDROLOGY...AND WIND AND WAVES. ALL OF THESE ACTIVITIES
PROVIDE KNOWLEDGE USED IN SOLVING THE MYSTERY.

OTHER FUN NOAA ACTIVITIES FOR CAMPERS INCLUDES CHARTING...MARINE
MAMMALS...FISHERIES...MARINE BIOLOGY AND THE NOAA DIVE CENTER. LATER
IN THE WEEK...CAMPER TEAMS GATHER AND USE THEIR NEW FOUND KNOWLEDGE
TO SOLVE THE MYSTERY. THE TEAMS OFFER THEIR CONCLUSIONS ON THE FINAL
DAY SHARING THEM WITH THEIR PARENTS AND FELLOW STUDENTS.

IN TIME...MANY OF THESE STUDENTS WILL HAVE FUTURES IN MATH AND
SCIENCE! THIS FUN SCIENCE CAMP IS SUPPORTED AND MANAGED BY
WASHINGTON SEA GRANT. TO SEE SOME CAMP PHOTOS...VISIT THE NATIONAL
WEATHER SERVICE FACEBOOK SITE:
HTTPS://WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/US.NATIONALWEATHERSERVICE.SEATTLE.GOV

$$

BUEHNER




000
NOUS46 KSEW 081526
PNSSEW

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
830 AM PDT TUE JUL 8 2014

...NOAA SCIENCE CAMP UNDERWAY...

THIS YEARS NOAA SCIENCE CAMP IS UNDERWAY THIS WEEK AT THE NOAA
WESTERN REGION CENTER AT SAND POINT IN SEATTLE. ABOUT 55 PUGET SOUND
AREA INCOMING 7TH AND 8TH GRADERS ARE ATTENDING. A SECOND NOAA
SCIENCE CAMP WILL BE HELD NEXT WEEK WITH ANOTHER GROUP OF CAMPERS.

NOW IN ITS 13TH YEAR...NOAA SCIENCE CAMP SPARKS YOUNG PEOPLES
INTEREST IN MARINE SCIENCE AND IN SCIENCE...TECHNOLOGY...ENGINEERING
AND MATH (STEM) CAREERS THROUGH INNOVATIVE PROGRAMMING DEVELOPED AND
TAUGHT BY NOAA SCIENTISTS.

DURING THE FIVE-DAY CAMP...STUDENTS LEARN IN TEAMS ABOUT REAL-LIFE
ENVIRONMENTAL TOPICS THROUGH HANDS-ON ACTIVITIES AT SEVERAL NOAA
OFFICES AND APPLY THOSE LESSONS TO UNRAVEL A PUGET SOUND
ENVIRONMENTAL MYSTERY. IN ADDITION...HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
PARTICIPATING IN THE CAMPS TWO-WEEK JUNIOR LEADERSHIP PROGRAM GAIN
SKILL IN MENTORING YOUNGER STUDENTS WHILE PRACTICING MORE ADVANCED
SCIENTIFIC INVESTIGATIONS AND WORKING WITH MARINE SCIENCE
PROFESSIONALS.

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE PARTICIPATES IN THE CAMP BY
OFFERING SEVERAL LABS AND HANDS-ON EXPERIMENTS THAT ADDRESS AIR
PRESSURE...HYDROLOGY...AND WIND AND WAVES. ALL OF THESE ACTIVITIES
PROVIDE KNOWLEDGE USED IN SOLVING THE MYSTERY.

OTHER FUN NOAA ACTIVITIES FOR CAMPERS INCLUDES CHARTING...MARINE
MAMMALS...FISHERIES...MARINE BIOLOGY AND THE NOAA DIVE CENTER. LATER
IN THE WEEK...CAMPER TEAMS GATHER AND USE THEIR NEW FOUND KNOWLEDGE
TO SOLVE THE MYSTERY. THE TEAMS OFFER THEIR CONCLUSIONS ON THE FINAL
DAY SHARING THEM WITH THEIR PARENTS AND FELLOW STUDENTS.

IN TIME...MANY OF THESE STUDENTS WILL HAVE FUTURES IN MATH AND
SCIENCE! THIS FUN SCIENCE CAMP IS SUPPORTED AND MANAGED BY
WASHINGTON SEA GRANT. TO SEE SOME CAMP PHOTOS...VISIT THE NATIONAL
WEATHER SERVICE FACEBOOK SITE:
HTTPS://WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/US.NATIONALWEATHERSERVICE.SEATTLE.GOV

$$

BUEHNER





000
NOUS41 KWBC 081501
PNSWSH

Service Change Notice 14-37
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
1100 AM EDT Jul 8 2014

To:      Subscribers:
         -Family of Services
         -NOAA Weather Wire Service
         -Emergency Managers Weather Information Network
         -NOAAPORT
         -Other NWS Partners and NWS Employees

From:    Cynthia Abelman
         Chief, Aviation Services Branch

Subject: Discontinuing Experimental Aviation Impact Maps
         Effective August 8, 2014

Effective Friday, August 8, 2014, at 1800 Coordinated Universal
Time (UTC), the NWS will discontinue the experimental Aviation
Impact Maps available online at:

http://www.spc.noaa.gov/exper/sref/hourly/

and under the menu items as follows:

[PR] Aviation_Impact_Thunder_All_Levels
[PR] Aviation_Impact_Thunder_>=_25000_Feet
[PR] Aviation_Impact_Thunder_<=10000_Feet
[PR] Aviation_Impact_Tops_>=37000_Feet
[PR] Aviation_Normal_>=_All_Levels
[PR] Aviation_Normal_>=_25000_Feet
[PR] Aviation_Normal_<=_10000_Feet

The review period for the experimental Aviation Impact Maps ended
May 31, 2013. The aircraft position data used to construct these
maps is out of date and based on 2003-2008 data. The feedback did
not provide justification for updating the position data and
continuing the experimental Impact Maps.

For more information, please contact:

David Bright
Chief, Aviation Support Branch
Aviation Weather Center
Kansas City, MO
David.Bright@noaa.gov

National Service Change Notices are online at:

    http://www.weather.gov/os/notif.htm

$$



000
NOUS43 KSGF 081450
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-091449

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
949 AM CDT TUE JUL 8 2014

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Hickory   Pittsburg 4W                    0.80
Barry     Roaring River SP       91  68   T
Dallas    Fair Grove 3NE         88  67   1.40
Dallas    Windyville 4nw                  0.90
Webster   Niangua                88  66   1.16
Benton    Edwards 6W             91  68   0.75
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            92  67   0.84
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            89  67   0.04
Douglas   Dora 8N                         0.50
Stone     Crane 4N               88  59   M
Ozark     Wasola 3S                       0.25
Webster   Seymour 1N                      1.50
Morgan    Laurie 4W                       1.12
Morgan    Gravois Mills          91  66   1.00

$$





000
NOUS43 KSGF 081450
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-091449

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
949 AM CDT TUE JUL 8 2014

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Hickory   Pittsburg 4W                    0.80
Barry     Roaring River SP       91  68   T
Dallas    Fair Grove 3NE         88  67   1.40
Dallas    Windyville 4nw                  0.90
Webster   Niangua                88  66   1.16
Benton    Edwards 6W             91  68   0.75
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            92  67   0.84
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            89  67   0.04
Douglas   Dora 8N                         0.50
Stone     Crane 4N               88  59   M
Ozark     Wasola 3S                       0.25
Webster   Seymour 1N                      1.50
Morgan    Laurie 4W                       1.12
Morgan    Gravois Mills          91  66   1.00

$$






000
NOUS46 KLOX 081236
PNSLOX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOS ANGELES/OXNARD CA
535 AM PDT TUE JUL 8 2012

...SOUTHWESTERN CALIFORNIA WEATHER SUMMARY FOR JUNE 2014...

NO MEASURABLE RAIN FELL AT ANY MAJOR RECORDING STATION IN
SOUTHWESTERN CALIFORNIA DURING THE MONTH OF JUNE 2014. MONTHLY
RAINFALL TYPICALLY AVERAGES A FEW HUNDREDTHS OF AN INCH TO AROUND A
TENTH OF AN INCH OF RAIN IN MOST LOCATIONS.

TEMPERATURES WERE GENERALLY NEAR NORMAL TO 2 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL IN
COASTAL AND VALLEY AREAS...2 TO 4 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL ACROSS THE
INTERIOR VALLEYS AND IN THE DESERTS...AND UP TO 6 DEGREES ABOVE
NORMAL IN THE MOUNTAINS.

JUNE WAS A VERY BENIGN MONTH ACROSS THE FORECAST AREA. THERE WERE NO
PROLONGED STRETCHES OF HIGH HEAT. HIGH TEMPERATURES ONLY REACHED OR
EXCEEDED 100 DEGREES IN THE ANTELOPE VALLEY AND IN LOWER ELEVATIONS
IN THE MOUNTAINS FROM THE 7TH THROUGH THE 9TH AND ON THE 29TH AND
30TH...AND ACROSS THE INTERIOR VALLEYS OF SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY ON
THE 8TH...9TH...20TH AND 29TH.

ON THE 6TH INTO THE 7TH...GUSTY WEST TO NORTHWEST WINDS AFFECTED THE
INTERSTATE 5 CORRIDOR AND PORTIONS OF THE ANTELOPE VALLEY. PEAK
WIND GUSTS INCLUDED 48 MPH AT SANDBERG...46 MPH AT LAKE PALMDALE
AND 45 MPH AT WHITAKER PEAK.

ON THE 13TH INTO THE 14TH...GUSTY WINDS ONCE AGAIN AFFECTED THE
INTERSTATE 5 CORRIDOR AND THE ANTELOPE VALLEY...WITH PEAK GUSTS
OF 51 MPH AT WHITAKER PEAK...50 MPH AT LAKE PALMDALE AND 48 MPH AT
SANDBERG.

FROM THE 24TH THROUGH THE 29TH...GUSTY NORTHWEST TO NORTH WINDS
AFFECTED THE INTERSTATE 5 CORRIDOR FROM TIME TO TIME. AT
SANDBERG...WIND GUSTS PEAKED AT 48 MPH ON THE 24TH...61 MPH ON THE
25TH AND 52 MPH ON THE 26TH.

DURING THE EVENING HOURS ON THE 26TH...GUSTY NORTHERLY SUNDOWNER
WINDS AFFECTED SOUTHERN SANTA BARBARA COUNTY. WIND GUSTS REACHED 51
MPH AT LAS FLORES CANYON.

ON THE 27TH...PEAK WIND GUSTS INCLUDED 64 MPH AT WHITAKER PEAK...46
MPH AT CAMP NINE AND 45 MPH AT SANDBERG. ON THE 28TH...PEAK WIND
GUSTS OF 58 MPH WERE RECORDED AT WHITAKER PEAK AND SANDBERG...WITH A
PEAK GUSTS OF 50 MPH AT CAMP NINE. THEN ON THE 28TH...A PEAK WIND
GUST OF 46 MPH WAS RECORDED AT SANDBERG.


.............CLIMATE DATA FOR JUNE 2014.............

                    AVG   AVG   AVG   NORM   MONTH  TOTAL   NORM   PRECIP
                   HIGH   LOW  MONTH  MONTH  XTRMS  PRECIP PRECIP  % NORM
                   ------------------------------------------------------

L.A. DOWNTOWN       76.7  61.2  69.0  69.2   81/58   0.00   0.09     0%
L.A. AP             72.4  62.8  67.6  65.5   76/59   0.00   0.08     0%
LONG BEACH AP       77.0  62.1  69.6  68.9   83/57   0.00   0.07     0%
UCLA                73.2  60.4  66.8  65.6   79/56   0.00   0.11     0%
BURBANK AP          81.5  60.5  71.0  69.5   89/56   0.00   0.11     0%
VAN NUYS AP+        85.4  60.4  72.9  71.3   94/56   0.00   0.08     0%
WOODLAND HILLS      89.0  57.0  73.0  71.0   97/51   0.00   0.09     0%
LANCASTER AP        92.9  63.2  78.0  76.1  104/49   0.00   0.05     0%
PALMDALE AP+        93.5  63.1  78.3  75.0  106/54   0.00   0.09     0%
SANDBERG            84.5  60.7  72.6  66.6   98/50   0.00   0.06     0%
CAMARILLO AP+       73.8  57.9  65.9  64.3   79/51   0.00   0.05     0%
OXNARD NWS+         72.5  56.7  64.6  64.0   77/51   0.00   0.05     0%
SANTA BARBARA AP    71.7  55.9  63.8  62.4   86/51     T    0.07     0%
SANTA MARIA AP      72.1  53.9  63.0  60.5   78/50   0.00   0.04     0%
SAN LUIS OBISPO AP+ 74.8  51.9  63.4  63.0   87/46   0.00   0.07     0%
PASO ROBLES AP      91.4  51.7  71.5  68.9  106/44   0.00   0.02     0%

+ DUE TO INSUFFICIENT DATA DURING THE 1981-2010 PERIOD...NORMALS ARE
UNOFFICIAL AND ARE PROJECTED BASED ON AVAILABLE DATA

*********************************************************************

RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURES FOR JUNE 2014 ACROSS SOUTHWESTERN CALIFORNIA

DATE   LOCATION             HIGH TEMP      OLD RECORD

06/08  SANDBERG                 98         97 SET IN 2013
06/08  PASO ROBLES             106        105 SET IN 1973

06/09  LANCASTER FOX FIELD     104        103 SET IN 1949
06/09  PALMDALE AP             106        103 SET IN 1994
06/09  SANDBERG                 97         94 SET IN 1994

*********************************************************************

RECORD HIGH MINIMUM TEMPERATURES FOR JUNE 2014 ACROSS
SOUTHWESTERN CALIFORNIA

DATE   LOCATION              LOW TEMP      OLD RECORD

06/08  SANDBERG                 70 (TIED)  70 SET IN 1955

06/09  SANDBERG                 70         67 SET IN 1994

06/10  BOB HOPE AP (BURBANK)    63 (TIED)  63 SET IN 2013 AD 1992

06/11  WOODLAND HILLS           61         60 SET IN 1992...1986...
                                              AND 1981
06/11  SANTA MARIA AP           60         59 SET IN 1938

06/26  LOS ANGELES INTL AP      66 (TIED)  66 SET IN 2008 AND 1959

06/29  LOS ANGELES INTL AP      67         65 SET IN 1976 AND 1956
06/29  LONG BEACH AP            66 (TIED)  66 SET IN 2000...1984...
                                              AND 1980
06/29  UCLA                     66         65 SET IN 2013 AND 1980
06/29  SANTA BARBARA AP         61 (TIED)  61 SET IN 2000

06/30  SANTA BARBARA AP         63         62 SET IN 2013

*********************************************************************

$$

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000
NOUS46 KLOX 081236
PNSLOX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOS ANGELES/OXNARD CA
535 AM PDT TUE JUL 8 2012

...SOUTHWESTERN CALIFORNIA WEATHER SUMMARY FOR JUNE 2014...

NO MEASURABLE RAIN FELL AT ANY MAJOR RECORDING STATION IN
SOUTHWESTERN CALIFORNIA DURING THE MONTH OF JUNE 2014. MONTHLY
RAINFALL TYPICALLY AVERAGES A FEW HUNDREDTHS OF AN INCH TO AROUND A
TENTH OF AN INCH OF RAIN IN MOST LOCATIONS.

TEMPERATURES WERE GENERALLY NEAR NORMAL TO 2 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL IN
COASTAL AND VALLEY AREAS...2 TO 4 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL ACROSS THE
INTERIOR VALLEYS AND IN THE DESERTS...AND UP TO 6 DEGREES ABOVE
NORMAL IN THE MOUNTAINS.

JUNE WAS A VERY BENIGN MONTH ACROSS THE FORECAST AREA. THERE WERE NO
PROLONGED STRETCHES OF HIGH HEAT. HIGH TEMPERATURES ONLY REACHED OR
EXCEEDED 100 DEGREES IN THE ANTELOPE VALLEY AND IN LOWER ELEVATIONS
IN THE MOUNTAINS FROM THE 7TH THROUGH THE 9TH AND ON THE 29TH AND
30TH...AND ACROSS THE INTERIOR VALLEYS OF SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY ON
THE 8TH...9TH...20TH AND 29TH.

ON THE 6TH INTO THE 7TH...GUSTY WEST TO NORTHWEST WINDS AFFECTED THE
INTERSTATE 5 CORRIDOR AND PORTIONS OF THE ANTELOPE VALLEY. PEAK
WIND GUSTS INCLUDED 48 MPH AT SANDBERG...46 MPH AT LAKE PALMDALE
AND 45 MPH AT WHITAKER PEAK.

ON THE 13TH INTO THE 14TH...GUSTY WINDS ONCE AGAIN AFFECTED THE
INTERSTATE 5 CORRIDOR AND THE ANTELOPE VALLEY...WITH PEAK GUSTS
OF 51 MPH AT WHITAKER PEAK...50 MPH AT LAKE PALMDALE AND 48 MPH AT
SANDBERG.

FROM THE 24TH THROUGH THE 29TH...GUSTY NORTHWEST TO NORTH WINDS
AFFECTED THE INTERSTATE 5 CORRIDOR FROM TIME TO TIME. AT
SANDBERG...WIND GUSTS PEAKED AT 48 MPH ON THE 24TH...61 MPH ON THE
25TH AND 52 MPH ON THE 26TH.

DURING THE EVENING HOURS ON THE 26TH...GUSTY NORTHERLY SUNDOWNER
WINDS AFFECTED SOUTHERN SANTA BARBARA COUNTY. WIND GUSTS REACHED 51
MPH AT LAS FLORES CANYON.

ON THE 27TH...PEAK WIND GUSTS INCLUDED 64 MPH AT WHITAKER PEAK...46
MPH AT CAMP NINE AND 45 MPH AT SANDBERG. ON THE 28TH...PEAK WIND
GUSTS OF 58 MPH WERE RECORDED AT WHITAKER PEAK AND SANDBERG...WITH A
PEAK GUSTS OF 50 MPH AT CAMP NINE. THEN ON THE 28TH...A PEAK WIND
GUST OF 46 MPH WAS RECORDED AT SANDBERG.


.............CLIMATE DATA FOR JUNE 2014.............

                    AVG   AVG   AVG   NORM   MONTH  TOTAL   NORM   PRECIP
                   HIGH   LOW  MONTH  MONTH  XTRMS  PRECIP PRECIP  % NORM
                   ------------------------------------------------------

L.A. DOWNTOWN       76.7  61.2  69.0  69.2   81/58   0.00   0.09     0%
L.A. AP             72.4  62.8  67.6  65.5   76/59   0.00   0.08     0%
LONG BEACH AP       77.0  62.1  69.6  68.9   83/57   0.00   0.07     0%
UCLA                73.2  60.4  66.8  65.6   79/56   0.00   0.11     0%
BURBANK AP          81.5  60.5  71.0  69.5   89/56   0.00   0.11     0%
VAN NUYS AP+        85.4  60.4  72.9  71.3   94/56   0.00   0.08     0%
WOODLAND HILLS      89.0  57.0  73.0  71.0   97/51   0.00   0.09     0%
LANCASTER AP        92.9  63.2  78.0  76.1  104/49   0.00   0.05     0%
PALMDALE AP+        93.5  63.1  78.3  75.0  106/54   0.00   0.09     0%
SANDBERG            84.5  60.7  72.6  66.6   98/50   0.00   0.06     0%
CAMARILLO AP+       73.8  57.9  65.9  64.3   79/51   0.00   0.05     0%
OXNARD NWS+         72.5  56.7  64.6  64.0   77/51   0.00   0.05     0%
SANTA BARBARA AP    71.7  55.9  63.8  62.4   86/51     T    0.07     0%
SANTA MARIA AP      72.1  53.9  63.0  60.5   78/50   0.00   0.04     0%
SAN LUIS OBISPO AP+ 74.8  51.9  63.4  63.0   87/46   0.00   0.07     0%
PASO ROBLES AP      91.4  51.7  71.5  68.9  106/44   0.00   0.02     0%

+ DUE TO INSUFFICIENT DATA DURING THE 1981-2010 PERIOD...NORMALS ARE
UNOFFICIAL AND ARE PROJECTED BASED ON AVAILABLE DATA

*********************************************************************

RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURES FOR JUNE 2014 ACROSS SOUTHWESTERN CALIFORNIA

DATE   LOCATION             HIGH TEMP      OLD RECORD

06/08  SANDBERG                 98         97 SET IN 2013
06/08  PASO ROBLES             106        105 SET IN 1973

06/09  LANCASTER FOX FIELD     104        103 SET IN 1949
06/09  PALMDALE AP             106        103 SET IN 1994
06/09  SANDBERG                 97         94 SET IN 1994

*********************************************************************

RECORD HIGH MINIMUM TEMPERATURES FOR JUNE 2014 ACROSS
SOUTHWESTERN CALIFORNIA

DATE   LOCATION              LOW TEMP      OLD RECORD

06/08  SANDBERG                 70 (TIED)  70 SET IN 1955

06/09  SANDBERG                 70         67 SET IN 1994

06/10  BOB HOPE AP (BURBANK)    63 (TIED)  63 SET IN 2013 AD 1992

06/11  WOODLAND HILLS           61         60 SET IN 1992...1986...
                                              AND 1981
06/11  SANTA MARIA AP           60         59 SET IN 1938

06/26  LOS ANGELES INTL AP      66 (TIED)  66 SET IN 2008 AND 1959

06/29  LOS ANGELES INTL AP      67         65 SET IN 1976 AND 1956
06/29  LONG BEACH AP            66 (TIED)  66 SET IN 2000...1984...
                                              AND 1980
06/29  UCLA                     66         65 SET IN 2013 AND 1980
06/29  SANTA BARBARA AP         61 (TIED)  61 SET IN 2000

06/30  SANTA BARBARA AP         63         62 SET IN 2013

*********************************************************************

$$

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000
NOUS46 KLOX 081236
PNSLOX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOS ANGELES/OXNARD CA
535 AM PDT TUE JUL 8 2012

...SOUTHWESTERN CALIFORNIA WEATHER SUMMARY FOR JUNE 2014...

NO MEASURABLE RAIN FELL AT ANY MAJOR RECORDING STATION IN
SOUTHWESTERN CALIFORNIA DURING THE MONTH OF JUNE 2014. MONTHLY
RAINFALL TYPICALLY AVERAGES A FEW HUNDREDTHS OF AN INCH TO AROUND A
TENTH OF AN INCH OF RAIN IN MOST LOCATIONS.

TEMPERATURES WERE GENERALLY NEAR NORMAL TO 2 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL IN
COASTAL AND VALLEY AREAS...2 TO 4 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL ACROSS THE
INTERIOR VALLEYS AND IN THE DESERTS...AND UP TO 6 DEGREES ABOVE
NORMAL IN THE MOUNTAINS.

JUNE WAS A VERY BENIGN MONTH ACROSS THE FORECAST AREA. THERE WERE NO
PROLONGED STRETCHES OF HIGH HEAT. HIGH TEMPERATURES ONLY REACHED OR
EXCEEDED 100 DEGREES IN THE ANTELOPE VALLEY AND IN LOWER ELEVATIONS
IN THE MOUNTAINS FROM THE 7TH THROUGH THE 9TH AND ON THE 29TH AND
30TH...AND ACROSS THE INTERIOR VALLEYS OF SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY ON
THE 8TH...9TH...20TH AND 29TH.

ON THE 6TH INTO THE 7TH...GUSTY WEST TO NORTHWEST WINDS AFFECTED THE
INTERSTATE 5 CORRIDOR AND PORTIONS OF THE ANTELOPE VALLEY. PEAK
WIND GUSTS INCLUDED 48 MPH AT SANDBERG...46 MPH AT LAKE PALMDALE
AND 45 MPH AT WHITAKER PEAK.

ON THE 13TH INTO THE 14TH...GUSTY WINDS ONCE AGAIN AFFECTED THE
INTERSTATE 5 CORRIDOR AND THE ANTELOPE VALLEY...WITH PEAK GUSTS
OF 51 MPH AT WHITAKER PEAK...50 MPH AT LAKE PALMDALE AND 48 MPH AT
SANDBERG.

FROM THE 24TH THROUGH THE 29TH...GUSTY NORTHWEST TO NORTH WINDS
AFFECTED THE INTERSTATE 5 CORRIDOR FROM TIME TO TIME. AT
SANDBERG...WIND GUSTS PEAKED AT 48 MPH ON THE 24TH...61 MPH ON THE
25TH AND 52 MPH ON THE 26TH.

DURING THE EVENING HOURS ON THE 26TH...GUSTY NORTHERLY SUNDOWNER
WINDS AFFECTED SOUTHERN SANTA BARBARA COUNTY. WIND GUSTS REACHED 51
MPH AT LAS FLORES CANYON.

ON THE 27TH...PEAK WIND GUSTS INCLUDED 64 MPH AT WHITAKER PEAK...46
MPH AT CAMP NINE AND 45 MPH AT SANDBERG. ON THE 28TH...PEAK WIND
GUSTS OF 58 MPH WERE RECORDED AT WHITAKER PEAK AND SANDBERG...WITH A
PEAK GUSTS OF 50 MPH AT CAMP NINE. THEN ON THE 28TH...A PEAK WIND
GUST OF 46 MPH WAS RECORDED AT SANDBERG.


.............CLIMATE DATA FOR JUNE 2014.............

                    AVG   AVG   AVG   NORM   MONTH  TOTAL   NORM   PRECIP
                   HIGH   LOW  MONTH  MONTH  XTRMS  PRECIP PRECIP  % NORM
                   ------------------------------------------------------

L.A. DOWNTOWN       76.7  61.2  69.0  69.2   81/58   0.00   0.09     0%
L.A. AP             72.4  62.8  67.6  65.5   76/59   0.00   0.08     0%
LONG BEACH AP       77.0  62.1  69.6  68.9   83/57   0.00   0.07     0%
UCLA                73.2  60.4  66.8  65.6   79/56   0.00   0.11     0%
BURBANK AP          81.5  60.5  71.0  69.5   89/56   0.00   0.11     0%
VAN NUYS AP+        85.4  60.4  72.9  71.3   94/56   0.00   0.08     0%
WOODLAND HILLS      89.0  57.0  73.0  71.0   97/51   0.00   0.09     0%
LANCASTER AP        92.9  63.2  78.0  76.1  104/49   0.00   0.05     0%
PALMDALE AP+        93.5  63.1  78.3  75.0  106/54   0.00   0.09     0%
SANDBERG            84.5  60.7  72.6  66.6   98/50   0.00   0.06     0%
CAMARILLO AP+       73.8  57.9  65.9  64.3   79/51   0.00   0.05     0%
OXNARD NWS+         72.5  56.7  64.6  64.0   77/51   0.00   0.05     0%
SANTA BARBARA AP    71.7  55.9  63.8  62.4   86/51     T    0.07     0%
SANTA MARIA AP      72.1  53.9  63.0  60.5   78/50   0.00   0.04     0%
SAN LUIS OBISPO AP+ 74.8  51.9  63.4  63.0   87/46   0.00   0.07     0%
PASO ROBLES AP      91.4  51.7  71.5  68.9  106/44   0.00   0.02     0%

+ DUE TO INSUFFICIENT DATA DURING THE 1981-2010 PERIOD...NORMALS ARE
UNOFFICIAL AND ARE PROJECTED BASED ON AVAILABLE DATA

*********************************************************************

RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURES FOR JUNE 2014 ACROSS SOUTHWESTERN CALIFORNIA

DATE   LOCATION             HIGH TEMP      OLD RECORD

06/08  SANDBERG                 98         97 SET IN 2013
06/08  PASO ROBLES             106        105 SET IN 1973

06/09  LANCASTER FOX FIELD     104        103 SET IN 1949
06/09  PALMDALE AP             106        103 SET IN 1994
06/09  SANDBERG                 97         94 SET IN 1994

*********************************************************************

RECORD HIGH MINIMUM TEMPERATURES FOR JUNE 2014 ACROSS
SOUTHWESTERN CALIFORNIA

DATE   LOCATION              LOW TEMP      OLD RECORD

06/08  SANDBERG                 70 (TIED)  70 SET IN 1955

06/09  SANDBERG                 70         67 SET IN 1994

06/10  BOB HOPE AP (BURBANK)    63 (TIED)  63 SET IN 2013 AD 1992

06/11  WOODLAND HILLS           61         60 SET IN 1992...1986...
                                              AND 1981
06/11  SANTA MARIA AP           60         59 SET IN 1938

06/26  LOS ANGELES INTL AP      66 (TIED)  66 SET IN 2008 AND 1959

06/29  LOS ANGELES INTL AP      67         65 SET IN 1976 AND 1956
06/29  LONG BEACH AP            66 (TIED)  66 SET IN 2000...1984...
                                              AND 1980
06/29  UCLA                     66         65 SET IN 2013 AND 1980
06/29  SANTA BARBARA AP         61 (TIED)  61 SET IN 2000

06/30  SANTA BARBARA AP         63         62 SET IN 2013

*********************************************************************

$$

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000
NOUS46 KLOX 081236
PNSLOX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOS ANGELES/OXNARD CA
535 AM PDT TUE JUL 8 2012

...SOUTHWESTERN CALIFORNIA WEATHER SUMMARY FOR JUNE 2014...

NO MEASURABLE RAIN FELL AT ANY MAJOR RECORDING STATION IN
SOUTHWESTERN CALIFORNIA DURING THE MONTH OF JUNE 2014. MONTHLY
RAINFALL TYPICALLY AVERAGES A FEW HUNDREDTHS OF AN INCH TO AROUND A
TENTH OF AN INCH OF RAIN IN MOST LOCATIONS.

TEMPERATURES WERE GENERALLY NEAR NORMAL TO 2 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL IN
COASTAL AND VALLEY AREAS...2 TO 4 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL ACROSS THE
INTERIOR VALLEYS AND IN THE DESERTS...AND UP TO 6 DEGREES ABOVE
NORMAL IN THE MOUNTAINS.

JUNE WAS A VERY BENIGN MONTH ACROSS THE FORECAST AREA. THERE WERE NO
PROLONGED STRETCHES OF HIGH HEAT. HIGH TEMPERATURES ONLY REACHED OR
EXCEEDED 100 DEGREES IN THE ANTELOPE VALLEY AND IN LOWER ELEVATIONS
IN THE MOUNTAINS FROM THE 7TH THROUGH THE 9TH AND ON THE 29TH AND
30TH...AND ACROSS THE INTERIOR VALLEYS OF SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY ON
THE 8TH...9TH...20TH AND 29TH.

ON THE 6TH INTO THE 7TH...GUSTY WEST TO NORTHWEST WINDS AFFECTED THE
INTERSTATE 5 CORRIDOR AND PORTIONS OF THE ANTELOPE VALLEY. PEAK
WIND GUSTS INCLUDED 48 MPH AT SANDBERG...46 MPH AT LAKE PALMDALE
AND 45 MPH AT WHITAKER PEAK.

ON THE 13TH INTO THE 14TH...GUSTY WINDS ONCE AGAIN AFFECTED THE
INTERSTATE 5 CORRIDOR AND THE ANTELOPE VALLEY...WITH PEAK GUSTS
OF 51 MPH AT WHITAKER PEAK...50 MPH AT LAKE PALMDALE AND 48 MPH AT
SANDBERG.

FROM THE 24TH THROUGH THE 29TH...GUSTY NORTHWEST TO NORTH WINDS
AFFECTED THE INTERSTATE 5 CORRIDOR FROM TIME TO TIME. AT
SANDBERG...WIND GUSTS PEAKED AT 48 MPH ON THE 24TH...61 MPH ON THE
25TH AND 52 MPH ON THE 26TH.

DURING THE EVENING HOURS ON THE 26TH...GUSTY NORTHERLY SUNDOWNER
WINDS AFFECTED SOUTHERN SANTA BARBARA COUNTY. WIND GUSTS REACHED 51
MPH AT LAS FLORES CANYON.

ON THE 27TH...PEAK WIND GUSTS INCLUDED 64 MPH AT WHITAKER PEAK...46
MPH AT CAMP NINE AND 45 MPH AT SANDBERG. ON THE 28TH...PEAK WIND
GUSTS OF 58 MPH WERE RECORDED AT WHITAKER PEAK AND SANDBERG...WITH A
PEAK GUSTS OF 50 MPH AT CAMP NINE. THEN ON THE 28TH...A PEAK WIND
GUST OF 46 MPH WAS RECORDED AT SANDBERG.


.............CLIMATE DATA FOR JUNE 2014.............

                    AVG   AVG   AVG   NORM   MONTH  TOTAL   NORM   PRECIP
                   HIGH   LOW  MONTH  MONTH  XTRMS  PRECIP PRECIP  % NORM
                   ------------------------------------------------------

L.A. DOWNTOWN       76.7  61.2  69.0  69.2   81/58   0.00   0.09     0%
L.A. AP             72.4  62.8  67.6  65.5   76/59   0.00   0.08     0%
LONG BEACH AP       77.0  62.1  69.6  68.9   83/57   0.00   0.07     0%
UCLA                73.2  60.4  66.8  65.6   79/56   0.00   0.11     0%
BURBANK AP          81.5  60.5  71.0  69.5   89/56   0.00   0.11     0%
VAN NUYS AP+        85.4  60.4  72.9  71.3   94/56   0.00   0.08     0%
WOODLAND HILLS      89.0  57.0  73.0  71.0   97/51   0.00   0.09     0%
LANCASTER AP        92.9  63.2  78.0  76.1  104/49   0.00   0.05     0%
PALMDALE AP+        93.5  63.1  78.3  75.0  106/54   0.00   0.09     0%
SANDBERG            84.5  60.7  72.6  66.6   98/50   0.00   0.06     0%
CAMARILLO AP+       73.8  57.9  65.9  64.3   79/51   0.00   0.05     0%
OXNARD NWS+         72.5  56.7  64.6  64.0   77/51   0.00   0.05     0%
SANTA BARBARA AP    71.7  55.9  63.8  62.4   86/51     T    0.07     0%
SANTA MARIA AP      72.1  53.9  63.0  60.5   78/50   0.00   0.04     0%
SAN LUIS OBISPO AP+ 74.8  51.9  63.4  63.0   87/46   0.00   0.07     0%
PASO ROBLES AP      91.4  51.7  71.5  68.9  106/44   0.00   0.02     0%

+ DUE TO INSUFFICIENT DATA DURING THE 1981-2010 PERIOD...NORMALS ARE
UNOFFICIAL AND ARE PROJECTED BASED ON AVAILABLE DATA

*********************************************************************

RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURES FOR JUNE 2014 ACROSS SOUTHWESTERN CALIFORNIA

DATE   LOCATION             HIGH TEMP      OLD RECORD

06/08  SANDBERG                 98         97 SET IN 2013
06/08  PASO ROBLES             106        105 SET IN 1973

06/09  LANCASTER FOX FIELD     104        103 SET IN 1949
06/09  PALMDALE AP             106        103 SET IN 1994
06/09  SANDBERG                 97         94 SET IN 1994

*********************************************************************

RECORD HIGH MINIMUM TEMPERATURES FOR JUNE 2014 ACROSS
SOUTHWESTERN CALIFORNIA

DATE   LOCATION              LOW TEMP      OLD RECORD

06/08  SANDBERG                 70 (TIED)  70 SET IN 1955

06/09  SANDBERG                 70         67 SET IN 1994

06/10  BOB HOPE AP (BURBANK)    63 (TIED)  63 SET IN 2013 AD 1992

06/11  WOODLAND HILLS           61         60 SET IN 1992...1986...
                                              AND 1981
06/11  SANTA MARIA AP           60         59 SET IN 1938

06/26  LOS ANGELES INTL AP      66 (TIED)  66 SET IN 2008 AND 1959

06/29  LOS ANGELES INTL AP      67         65 SET IN 1976 AND 1956
06/29  LONG BEACH AP            66 (TIED)  66 SET IN 2000...1984...
                                              AND 1980
06/29  UCLA                     66         65 SET IN 2013 AND 1980
06/29  SANTA BARBARA AP         61 (TIED)  61 SET IN 2000

06/30  SANTA BARBARA AP         63         62 SET IN 2013

*********************************************************************

$$

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000
NOUS42 KMFL 081228
PNSMFL

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MIAMI FL
0828 AM EDT TUE JUL 08 2014

NOAA WEATHER RADIO STATION KEC50 WEST PALM BEACH, IS TEMPORARY OUT
OF SERVICE. TECHNICIAN IS ON HIS WAY TO THE TRANSMITTER TO REPAIR
IT. SORRY FOR THE INCONVENIENCE THIS MAY CAUSE.

REMEMBER, THE LATEST WEATHER INFORMATION IS ALSO AVAILABLE ON OUR
WEBSITE AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/MIAMI

OR VISIT US ON FACEBOOK US NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE, MIAMI, FL

$$


000
NOUS42 KMFL 081228
PNSMFL

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MIAMI FL
0828 AM EDT TUE JUL 08 2014

NOAA WEATHER RADIO STATION KEC50 WEST PALM BEACH, IS TEMPORARY OUT
OF SERVICE. TECHNICIAN IS ON HIS WAY TO THE TRANSMITTER TO REPAIR
IT. SORRY FOR THE INCONVENIENCE THIS MAY CAUSE.

REMEMBER, THE LATEST WEATHER INFORMATION IS ALSO AVAILABLE ON OUR
WEBSITE AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/MIAMI

OR VISIT US ON FACEBOOK US NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE, MIAMI, FL

$$


000
NOUS42 KMFL 081228
PNSMFL

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MIAMI FL
0828 AM EDT TUE JUL 08 2014

NOAA WEATHER RADIO STATION KEC50 WEST PALM BEACH, IS TEMPORARY OUT
OF SERVICE. TECHNICIAN IS ON HIS WAY TO THE TRANSMITTER TO REPAIR
IT. SORRY FOR THE INCONVENIENCE THIS MAY CAUSE.

REMEMBER, THE LATEST WEATHER INFORMATION IS ALSO AVAILABLE ON OUR
WEBSITE AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/MIAMI

OR VISIT US ON FACEBOOK US NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE, MIAMI, FL

$$


000
NOUS42 KMFL 081228
PNSMFL

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MIAMI FL
0828 AM EDT TUE JUL 08 2014

NOAA WEATHER RADIO STATION KEC50 WEST PALM BEACH, IS TEMPORARY OUT
OF SERVICE. TECHNICIAN IS ON HIS WAY TO THE TRANSMITTER TO REPAIR
IT. SORRY FOR THE INCONVENIENCE THIS MAY CAUSE.

REMEMBER, THE LATEST WEATHER INFORMATION IS ALSO AVAILABLE ON OUR
WEBSITE AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/MIAMI

OR VISIT US ON FACEBOOK US NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE, MIAMI, FL

$$


000
NOUS42 KMLB 081205
PNSMLB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MELBOURNE FL
805 AM EDT TUE JUL 8 2014

...DAYTONA BEACH NOAA WEATHER RADIO WILL HAVE BRIEF OUTAGES TODAY...

THE DAYTONA BEACH NOAA WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTER OPERATING ON A
FREQUENCY OF 162.400 MEGAHERTZ WILL EXPERIENCE BRIEF BROADCAST
OUTAGES AGAIN TODAY. AT&T TECHNICIANS WILL BE TESTING THE TELCO
CIRCUIT THROUGHOUT THE DAY TODAY...CAUSING BRIEF BROADCAST OUTAGES.

THE TRANSMITTER IS EXPECTED TO RETURN TO NORMAL OPERATIONS AFTER
4:00 PM EDT THIS AFTERNOON.

THIS TRANSMITTER SERVES LAKE...BREVARD...ORANGE...SEMINOLE...
PUTNAM...VOLUSIA AND FLAGLER COUNTIES.

WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATIENCE AND APOLOGIZE FOR THE INCONVENIENCE.

$$

GLITTO













000
NOUS42 KMLB 081205
PNSMLB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MELBOURNE FL
805 AM EDT TUE JUL 8 2014

...DAYTONA BEACH NOAA WEATHER RADIO WILL HAVE BRIEF OUTAGES TODAY...

THE DAYTONA BEACH NOAA WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTER OPERATING ON A
FREQUENCY OF 162.400 MEGAHERTZ WILL EXPERIENCE BRIEF BROADCAST
OUTAGES AGAIN TODAY. AT&T TECHNICIANS WILL BE TESTING THE TELCO
CIRCUIT THROUGHOUT THE DAY TODAY...CAUSING BRIEF BROADCAST OUTAGES.

THE TRANSMITTER IS EXPECTED TO RETURN TO NORMAL OPERATIONS AFTER
4:00 PM EDT THIS AFTERNOON.

THIS TRANSMITTER SERVES LAKE...BREVARD...ORANGE...SEMINOLE...
PUTNAM...VOLUSIA AND FLAGLER COUNTIES.

WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATIENCE AND APOLOGIZE FOR THE INCONVENIENCE.

$$

GLITTO














000
NOUS43 KGLD 081201
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT TUE JUL 08 2014

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

IN 1998, SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS PROGRESSED ACROSS PORTIONS OF WESTERN
KANSAS DROPPING 5 TO 7 INCHES OF RAIN AND PRODUCING STRONG, DAMAGING
WINDS. A TRAILER HOME WAS DESTROYED WITH DEBRIS SCATTERED UP TO A
QUARTER OF A MILE AWAY. SIGNIFICANT RAINFALL AMOUNTS PRODUCED AREAS
OF FLASH FLOODING, DAMAGING ROADS AND BRIDGES IN SOUTHERN SHERMAN
COUNTY. ONE HOME IN LOGAN COUNTY WAS REPORTED TO HAVE FLOODED FROM
HIGH WATERS.

$$






000
NOUS43 KGLD 081201
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT TUE JUL 08 2014

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

IN 1998, SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS PROGRESSED ACROSS PORTIONS OF WESTERN
KANSAS DROPPING 5 TO 7 INCHES OF RAIN AND PRODUCING STRONG, DAMAGING
WINDS. A TRAILER HOME WAS DESTROYED WITH DEBRIS SCATTERED UP TO A
QUARTER OF A MILE AWAY. SIGNIFICANT RAINFALL AMOUNTS PRODUCED AREAS
OF FLASH FLOODING, DAMAGING ROADS AND BRIDGES IN SOUTHERN SHERMAN
COUNTY. ONE HOME IN LOGAN COUNTY WAS REPORTED TO HAVE FLOODED FROM
HIGH WATERS.

$$







000
NOUS45 KSLC 080223
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
820 PM MDT MON JUL 7 2014

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS PRECIPITATION AND WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 800 PM.

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

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
WEST FORK BLACKSMITHS FORK - 9620 FT     7 PM MON     0.03

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
BRUIN POINT - 10200 FT                   7 PM MON     0.18

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT            7 PM MON     0.01

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
CAPITOL REEF NP - 5905 FT                8 PM MON     0.10

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
ENTERPRISE - 5340 FT                     8 PM MON     0.79
ENTERPRISE - 5384 FT                     7 PM MON     0.35
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT      8 PM MON     0.05
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        7 PM MON     0.04
PAROWAN 10NW - 5820 FT                   8 PM MON     0.03

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
BLACK CEDAR - 6480 FT                    7 PM MON     0.07
MANTI - PORTABLE #3 - 9001 FT            7 PM MON     0.04
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          7 PM MON     0.02

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      7 PM MON     0.57
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 7 PM MON     0.35
LAVA POINT RAWS - 7890 FT                7 PM MON     0.31
LARB HOLLOW - 8490 FT                    8 PM MON     0.23
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              7 PM MON     0.05
POWERHOUSE NR VEYO - 4600 FT             8 PM MON     0.03
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      8 PM MON     0.03

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

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
NW DECON PAD - 4380 FT                   3 PM MON     41 MPH

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      5 PM MON     51 MPH

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
ENTERPRISE - 5340 FT                     4 PM MON     51 MPH
ENTERPRISE - 5384 FT                     3 PM MON     46 MPH
BRIMSTONE RESERVOIR - 5620 FT            4 PM MON     44 MPH
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT      3 PM MON     43 MPH
CEDAR CITY MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5627 FT   4 PM MON     40 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
FLOWELL - 4735 FT                        6 PM MON     43 MPH

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
PORTABLE TRAFFIC 2 - 6210 FT             2 PM MON     45 MPH

$$



000
NOUS45 KSLC 080223
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
820 PM MDT MON JUL 7 2014

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS PRECIPITATION AND WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 800 PM.

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

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
WEST FORK BLACKSMITHS FORK - 9620 FT     7 PM MON     0.03

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
BRUIN POINT - 10200 FT                   7 PM MON     0.18

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT            7 PM MON     0.01

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
CAPITOL REEF NP - 5905 FT                8 PM MON     0.10

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
ENTERPRISE - 5340 FT                     8 PM MON     0.79
ENTERPRISE - 5384 FT                     7 PM MON     0.35
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT      8 PM MON     0.05
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        7 PM MON     0.04
PAROWAN 10NW - 5820 FT                   8 PM MON     0.03

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
BLACK CEDAR - 6480 FT                    7 PM MON     0.07
MANTI - PORTABLE #3 - 9001 FT            7 PM MON     0.04
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          7 PM MON     0.02

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      7 PM MON     0.57
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 7 PM MON     0.35
LAVA POINT RAWS - 7890 FT                7 PM MON     0.31
LARB HOLLOW - 8490 FT                    8 PM MON     0.23
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              7 PM MON     0.05
POWERHOUSE NR VEYO - 4600 FT             8 PM MON     0.03
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      8 PM MON     0.03

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

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
NW DECON PAD - 4380 FT                   3 PM MON     41 MPH

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      5 PM MON     51 MPH

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
ENTERPRISE - 5340 FT                     4 PM MON     51 MPH
ENTERPRISE - 5384 FT                     3 PM MON     46 MPH
BRIMSTONE RESERVOIR - 5620 FT            4 PM MON     44 MPH
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT      3 PM MON     43 MPH
CEDAR CITY MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5627 FT   4 PM MON     40 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
FLOWELL - 4735 FT                        6 PM MON     43 MPH

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
PORTABLE TRAFFIC 2 - 6210 FT             2 PM MON     45 MPH

$$



000
NOUS45 KSLC 080223
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
820 PM MDT MON JUL 7 2014

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS PRECIPITATION AND WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 800 PM.

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

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
WEST FORK BLACKSMITHS FORK - 9620 FT     7 PM MON     0.03

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
BRUIN POINT - 10200 FT                   7 PM MON     0.18

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT            7 PM MON     0.01

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
CAPITOL REEF NP - 5905 FT                8 PM MON     0.10

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
ENTERPRISE - 5340 FT                     8 PM MON     0.79
ENTERPRISE - 5384 FT                     7 PM MON     0.35
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT      8 PM MON     0.05
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        7 PM MON     0.04
PAROWAN 10NW - 5820 FT                   8 PM MON     0.03

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
BLACK CEDAR - 6480 FT                    7 PM MON     0.07
MANTI - PORTABLE #3 - 9001 FT            7 PM MON     0.04
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          7 PM MON     0.02

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      7 PM MON     0.57
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 7 PM MON     0.35
LAVA POINT RAWS - 7890 FT                7 PM MON     0.31
LARB HOLLOW - 8490 FT                    8 PM MON     0.23
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              7 PM MON     0.05
POWERHOUSE NR VEYO - 4600 FT             8 PM MON     0.03
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      8 PM MON     0.03

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

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
NW DECON PAD - 4380 FT                   3 PM MON     41 MPH

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      5 PM MON     51 MPH

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
ENTERPRISE - 5340 FT                     4 PM MON     51 MPH
ENTERPRISE - 5384 FT                     3 PM MON     46 MPH
BRIMSTONE RESERVOIR - 5620 FT            4 PM MON     44 MPH
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT      3 PM MON     43 MPH
CEDAR CITY MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5627 FT   4 PM MON     40 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
FLOWELL - 4735 FT                        6 PM MON     43 MPH

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
PORTABLE TRAFFIC 2 - 6210 FT             2 PM MON     45 MPH

$$



000
NOUS45 KSLC 080223
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
820 PM MDT MON JUL 7 2014

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS PRECIPITATION AND WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 800 PM.

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

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
WEST FORK BLACKSMITHS FORK - 9620 FT     7 PM MON     0.03

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
BRUIN POINT - 10200 FT                   7 PM MON     0.18

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT            7 PM MON     0.01

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
CAPITOL REEF NP - 5905 FT                8 PM MON     0.10

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
ENTERPRISE - 5340 FT                     8 PM MON     0.79
ENTERPRISE - 5384 FT                     7 PM MON     0.35
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT      8 PM MON     0.05
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        7 PM MON     0.04
PAROWAN 10NW - 5820 FT                   8 PM MON     0.03

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
BLACK CEDAR - 6480 FT                    7 PM MON     0.07
MANTI - PORTABLE #3 - 9001 FT            7 PM MON     0.04
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          7 PM MON     0.02

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      7 PM MON     0.57
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 7 PM MON     0.35
LAVA POINT RAWS - 7890 FT                7 PM MON     0.31
LARB HOLLOW - 8490 FT                    8 PM MON     0.23
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              7 PM MON     0.05
POWERHOUSE NR VEYO - 4600 FT             8 PM MON     0.03
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      8 PM MON     0.03

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

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
NW DECON PAD - 4380 FT                   3 PM MON     41 MPH

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      5 PM MON     51 MPH

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
ENTERPRISE - 5340 FT                     4 PM MON     51 MPH
ENTERPRISE - 5384 FT                     3 PM MON     46 MPH
BRIMSTONE RESERVOIR - 5620 FT            4 PM MON     44 MPH
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT      3 PM MON     43 MPH
CEDAR CITY MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5627 FT   4 PM MON     40 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
FLOWELL - 4735 FT                        6 PM MON     43 MPH

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
PORTABLE TRAFFIC 2 - 6210 FT             2 PM MON     45 MPH

$$



000
NOUS43 KMQT 080118
PNSMQT

MONTHLY CLIMATOLOGICAL SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MARQUETTE MI
915 PM EDT MON JUL 7 2014

...JUNE 2014 CLIMATE STATISTICS FOR NEWBERRY...

...MEAN MONTHLY TEMPERATURE A BIT ABOVE NORMAL...

...MONTHLY PRECIPITATION BELOW NORMAL...

                                    NORMAL   DEPARTURE
AVERAGE TEMPERATURE         61.4     60.5   PLUS    0.9
AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE    71.9     72.3  MINUS    0.4
AVERAGE LOW TEMPERATURE     50.9     48.8   PLUS    2.1
HEATING DEGREE DAYS          123      164  MINUS     41
COOLING DEGREE DAYS           24       38  MINUS     14
TOTAL PRECIPITATION         2.03     2.98  MINUS   0.95
TOTAL SNOWFALL                 0        0             0

HIGHEST TEMPERATURE:                   83 ON 6/28
LOWEST TEMPERATURE:                    40 ON 6/9
GREATEST 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION:      0.71 ON 6/24
GREATEST 24 HOUR SNOWFALL:              0

DAILY RECORD HIGH MINIMUM TEMPERATURE ON 6/29...67 /OLD RECORD
                                                   65..1927 & 1942/

NOTE THAT STATISTICS PRESENTED ARE A COMBINATION OF DATA COLLECTED
AT A SITE JUST NORTH OF NEWBERRY AND THE LUCE COUNTY AIRPORT.
NORMALS...CALCULATED FOR THE PERIOD 1981 THROUGH 2010...AND RECORDS
MAY REFLECT OBSERVATIONS TAKEN AT OTHER SITES NEAR NEWBERRY SINCE
1911. NOTE ALL TEMPERATURES ARE IN FAHRENHEIT AND PRECIPITATION IS
IN INCHES. ALL CLIMATE DATA LISTED IN THIS PRODUCT ARE UNOFFICIAL.
FOR OFFICIAL DATA...PLEASE REFER TO THE NATIONAL CLIMATIC DATA
CENTER.

NWS MARQUETTE WEB PAGE IS AT HTTP://WWW.CRH.NOAA.GOV/MQT/INDEX.HTM
(ALL LOWER CASE). SEE ARBCLMMQT (CXUS53 KMQT) FOR FURTHER DETAILS ON
UPPER MICHIGAN CLIMATE. CONTACT THE NATIONAL CLIMATIC DATA CENTER AT
(828) 271-4800 OR WWW.NCDC.NOAA.GOV.

KC





000
NOUS46 KSEW 080110
PNSSEW

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
610 PM PDT MON JUL 7 2014

...WARM MORNING LOWS ACROSS WESTERN WASHINGTON...

IT WAS ANOTHER WARM MORNING ACROSS WESTERN WASHINGTON. SEVERAL SITES
COULD BREAK OR TIE THEIR RECORD HIGH MINIMUMS FOR TODAY...EXCEPT FOR
OLYMPIA.

LOCATION                 MORNING LOWS       RECORD/YEAR

SEA-TAC AIRPORT              64               62   1976
OLYMPIA                      57               60   1976
QUILLAYUTE                   58               57   2013
HOQUIAM                      60               58   1992
BELLINGHAM                   60               60   1976
NWS SEATTLE @SANDPOINT       64               58   2010*

*RECORD WAS ALSO TIED IN 2002

TEMPERATURES ARE FORECAST TO COOL OFF INTO THE 60S AROUND 12 AM PST
(1 AM PDT)...BUT IT PROBABLY WILL NOT BE COOL ENOUGH TO PREVENT THE
RECORD HIGH MINIMUMS FOR JULY 7TH FROM BEING BROKEN OR TIED.

$$
GRUB

















000
NOUS46 KSEW 080110
PNSSEW

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
610 PM PDT MON JUL 7 2014

...WARM MORNING LOWS ACROSS WESTERN WASHINGTON...

IT WAS ANOTHER WARM MORNING ACROSS WESTERN WASHINGTON. SEVERAL SITES
COULD BREAK OR TIE THEIR RECORD HIGH MINIMUMS FOR TODAY...EXCEPT FOR
OLYMPIA.

LOCATION                 MORNING LOWS       RECORD/YEAR

SEA-TAC AIRPORT              64               62   1976
OLYMPIA                      57               60   1976
QUILLAYUTE                   58               57   2013
HOQUIAM                      60               58   1992
BELLINGHAM                   60               60   1976
NWS SEATTLE @SANDPOINT       64               58   2010*

*RECORD WAS ALSO TIED IN 2002

TEMPERATURES ARE FORECAST TO COOL OFF INTO THE 60S AROUND 12 AM PST
(1 AM PDT)...BUT IT PROBABLY WILL NOT BE COOL ENOUGH TO PREVENT THE
RECORD HIGH MINIMUMS FOR JULY 7TH FROM BEING BROKEN OR TIED.

$$
GRUB

















000
NOUS46 KSEW 080110
PNSSEW

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
610 PM PDT MON JUL 7 2014

...WARM MORNING LOWS ACROSS WESTERN WASHINGTON...

IT WAS ANOTHER WARM MORNING ACROSS WESTERN WASHINGTON. SEVERAL SITES
COULD BREAK OR TIE THEIR RECORD HIGH MINIMUMS FOR TODAY...EXCEPT FOR
OLYMPIA.

LOCATION                 MORNING LOWS       RECORD/YEAR

SEA-TAC AIRPORT              64               62   1976
OLYMPIA                      57               60   1976
QUILLAYUTE                   58               57   2013
HOQUIAM                      60               58   1992
BELLINGHAM                   60               60   1976
NWS SEATTLE @SANDPOINT       64               58   2010*

*RECORD WAS ALSO TIED IN 2002

TEMPERATURES ARE FORECAST TO COOL OFF INTO THE 60S AROUND 12 AM PST
(1 AM PDT)...BUT IT PROBABLY WILL NOT BE COOL ENOUGH TO PREVENT THE
RECORD HIGH MINIMUMS FOR JULY 7TH FROM BEING BROKEN OR TIED.

$$
GRUB

















000
NOUS46 KSEW 080110
PNSSEW

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
610 PM PDT MON JUL 7 2014

...WARM MORNING LOWS ACROSS WESTERN WASHINGTON...

IT WAS ANOTHER WARM MORNING ACROSS WESTERN WASHINGTON. SEVERAL SITES
COULD BREAK OR TIE THEIR RECORD HIGH MINIMUMS FOR TODAY...EXCEPT FOR
OLYMPIA.

LOCATION                 MORNING LOWS       RECORD/YEAR

SEA-TAC AIRPORT              64               62   1976
OLYMPIA                      57               60   1976
QUILLAYUTE                   58               57   2013
HOQUIAM                      60               58   1992
BELLINGHAM                   60               60   1976
NWS SEATTLE @SANDPOINT       64               58   2010*

*RECORD WAS ALSO TIED IN 2002

TEMPERATURES ARE FORECAST TO COOL OFF INTO THE 60S AROUND 12 AM PST
(1 AM PDT)...BUT IT PROBABLY WILL NOT BE COOL ENOUGH TO PREVENT THE
RECORD HIGH MINIMUMS FOR JULY 7TH FROM BEING BROKEN OR TIED.

$$
GRUB

















000
NOUS43 KMQT 080104
PNSMQT

MONTHLY CLIMATOLOGICAL SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MARQUETTE MI
900 PM EDT MON JUL 7 2014

...JUNE 2014 CLIMATE STATISTICS FOR THE HOUGHTON COUNTY AIRPORT...

...MONTHLY PRECIPITATION WELL ABOVE NORMAL...

...NEAR NORMAL MONTHLY MEAN TEMPERATURE...

                                    NORMAL   DEPARTURE
AVERAGE TEMPERATURE         58.9     59.3  MINUS    0.4
AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE    68.8     70.2  MINUS    1.4
AVERAGE LOW TEMPERATURE     49.0     48.4   PLUS    0.6
HEATING DEGREE DAYS          213      202   PLUS     11
COOLING DEGREE DAYS           35       31   PLUS      4
TOTAL PRECIPITATION         5.12     2.58   PLUS   2.54
TOTAL SNOWFALL                 0        0  MINUS      0

HIGHEST TEMPERATURE:                    87 ON 6/28
LOWEST TEMPERATURE:                     39 ON 6/13
GREATEST 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION:       2.09 ON 6/2-6/3
GREATEST 24 HOUR SNOWFALL:               0

DAILY RECORD PRECIPITATION ON 6/2...2.05 /OLD RECORD 1.95...1916/

MANUAL RECORDS AT THE HOUGHTON COUNTY AIRPORT BEGAN IN AUGUST 1952
BUT ENDED IN OCTOBER 2000. THE DATA LISTED HERE FOR TIMES SINCE
OCTOBER 2000 ARE TAKEN FROM THE AUTOMATED SURFACE OBSERVATION SYSTEM
NEAR THE ORIGINAL OBSERVATION SITE. THESE OBSERVATIONS ARE COMPARED
TO NORMALS FOR 1981 TO 2010. ANY DATA LISTED FROM YEARS BEFORE 1952
WERE TAKEN AT NEARBY SITES. NOTE ALL TEMPERATURES ARE IN FAHRENHEIT
AND PRECIPITATION IS IN INCHES. ALL CLIMATE DATA LISTED IN THIS
PRODUCT ARE UNOFFICIAL. FOR OFFICIAL DATA...PLEASE REFER TO THE
NATIONAL CLIMATIC DATA CENTER.

NWS MARQUETTE WEB PAGE IS AT HTTP://WWW.CRH.NOAA.GOV/MQT/INDEX.HTM
(ALL LOWER CASE). CONTACT THE NATIONAL CLIMATIC DATA CENTER AT (828)
271-4800 OR WWW.NCDC.NOAA.GOV.

KC





000
NOUS43 KMQT 080046
PNSMQT

MONTHLY CLIMATOLOGICAL SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MARQUETTE MI
745 PM CDT FRI JUL 7 2014

...JUNE 2014 CLIMATE STATISTICS FOR IRON MOUNTAIN-KINGSFORD
WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT NEAR IRON MOUNTAIN...

...PRECIPITATION AND MEAN MONTHLY TEMPERATURE NEAR NORMAL...

                                    NORMAL   DEPARTURE
AVERAGE TEMPERATURE         64.2     63.6   PLUS    0.6
AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE    75.7     76.1  MINUS    0.4
AVERAGE LOW TEMPERATURE     52.7     51.1   PLUS    1.6
HEATING DEGREE DAYS           90      113  MINUS     23
COOLING DEGREE DAYS           76       71   PLUS      5
TOTAL PRECIPITATION         3.41     3.48  MINUS   0.07
TOTAL SNOWFALL                 0        0             0

HIGHEST TEMPERATURE:                    87 ON 6/16 AND 6/17
LOWEST TEMPERATURE:                     40 ON 6/14
GREATEST 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION:       0.62 ON 6/20
GREATEST 24 HOUR SNOWFALL:               0

NO NEW DAILY OR MONTHLY RECORDS ESTABLISHED IN JUNE 2014

NOTE THAT STATISTICS FOR THE IRON MOUNTAIN-KINGSFORD WASTEWATER
TREATMENT PLANT COOPERATIVE OBSERVER SITE NEAR IRON MOUNTAIN ARE
BASED ON RECORDS WHICH BEGAN IN MARCH 1931. ANY DATA LISTED FROM
YEARS BEFORE 1931 WERE TAKEN AT NEARBY SITES. NORMALS USED ARE FOR
THE PERIOD 1981 THROUGH 2010. NOTE ALL TEMPERATURES ARE IN
FAHRENHEIT AND PRECIPITATION IS IN INCHES. ALL CLIMATE DATA LISTED
IN THIS PRODUCT ARE UNOFFICIAL. FOR OFFICIAL DATA...PLEASE REFER TO
THE NATIONAL CLIMATIC DATA CENTER.

NWS MARQUETTE WEB PAGE IS AT HTTP://WWW.CRH.NOAA.GOV/MQT/INDEX.HTM
(ALL LOWER CASE). SEE ARBCLMMQT (CXUS53 KMQT) FOR FURTHER DETAILS ON
UPPER MICHIGAN CLIMATE. CONTACT THE NATIONAL CLIMATIC DATA CENTER AT
(828) 271-4800 OR WWW.NCDC.NOAA.GOV.

KC





000
NOUS43 KMQT 080031
PNSMQT

MONTHLY CLIMATOLOGICAL SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MARQUETTE MI
730 PM CDT MON JUL 7 2014

...JUNE 2014 CLIMATE STATISTICS FOR GOGEBIC-IRON WASTEWATER
TREATMENT PLANT NEAR IRONWOOD...

...MONTHLY PRECIPITATION ABOVE NORMAL...

...MEAN MONTHLY TEMPERATURE A BIT ABOVE NORMAL...

                                    NORMAL   DEPARTURE
AVERAGE TEMPERATURE         62.2     61.3   PLUS    0.9
AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE    72.4     71.9   PLUS    0.5
AVERAGE LOW TEMPERATURE     52.1     50.7   PLUS    1.4
HEATING DEGREE DAYS          125      162  MINUS     37
COOLING DEGREE DAYS           50       51  MINUS      1
TOTAL PRECIPITATION         5.52     3.66   PLUS   1.86
TOTAL SNOWFALL                 0        0             0

HIGHEST TEMPERATURE:                    85 ON 6/28
LOWEST TEMPERATURE:                     39 ON 6/8
GREATEST 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION:       1.30 ON 6/2
GREATEST 24 HOUR SNOWFALL:               0

DAILY RECORD HIGH MINIMUM TEMPERATURE TIED ON 6/1...62 /OLD RECORD
                                                        63...1925/

NOTE THAT STATISTICS FOR THE GOGEBIC-IRON WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT
COOPERATIVE OBSERVER SITE ARE BASED ON RECORDS WHICH BEGAN IN JULY
1901. NORMALS USED ARE FOR THE PERIOD 1981 THROUGH 2010. NOTE ALL
TEMPERATURES ARE IN FAHRENHEIT AND PRECIPITATION IS IN INCHES. ALL
CLIMATE DATA LISTED IN THIS PRODUCT ARE UNOFFICIAL. FOR OFFICIAL
DATA...PLEASE REFER TO THE NATIONAL CLIMATIC DATA CENTER.

NWS MARQUETTE WEB PAGE IS AT HTTP://WWW.CRH.NOAA.GOV/MQT/INDEX.HTM
(ALL LOWER CASE). SEE ARBCLMMQT (CXUS53 KMQT) FOR FURTHER DETAILS ON
UPPER MICHIGAN CLIMATE. CONTACT THE NATIONAL CLIMATIC DATA CENTER AT
(828) 271-4800 OR WWW.NCDC.NOAA.GOV.

KC





000
NOUS43 KTOP 072258
PNSTOP
PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
558 PM CDT MON JUL 7 2014

 ...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 072258
PNSTOP
PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
558 PM CDT MON JUL 7 2014

 ...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 072258
PNSTOP
PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
558 PM CDT MON JUL 7 2014

 ...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 072258
PNSTOP
PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
558 PM CDT MON JUL 7 2014

 ...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 KPUB 072228
PNSPUB

ZCZC DENPNSPUB ALL
TTAA00 KPUB DDHHMM

COZ070-085-086-072327

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
427 PM MDT MON JUL 7 2014

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 101
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 66
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... T
                    PK WIND: 37MPH FROM THE NORTH AT 3:52PM.

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 95
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 61
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.00
                    PK WIND: 37MPH FROM THE NORTH AT 2:34PM.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 89
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 47
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.00


$$


000
NOUS46 KSEW 072200
PNSSEW

WASHINGTON PRECIPITATION SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
300 PM PDT MON JUL 7 2014

FOR JUNE...THE WESTERN WASHINGTON LOWLANDS SAW MOSTLY BELOW NORMAL
RAINFALL WHILE AREAS IN THE WESTERN CASCADES AND FOOTHILLS WERE
MOSTLY NEAR NORMAL. MOST OF EASTERN WASHINGTON RECEIVED BELOW NORMAL
PRECIPITATION FOR THE MONTH...BUT SOME AREAS WERE NEAR TO ABOVE
NORMAL. AS FOR THE WATER YEAR...MOST OF THE WESTERN HALF OF THE
STATE IS NEAR NORMAL FOR PRECIPITATION WHILE THE EASTERN HALF
CONTINUES TO BE MOSTLY BELOW NORMAL.

IN WESTERN WASHINGTON...THE MONTHLY PERCENTAGE OF NORMAL FOR
PRECIPITATION RANGED FROM 52 PERCENT ON THE COAST TO 100 PERCENT IN
THE WESTERN SLOPES OF THE CASCADES. THE GREATEST AMOUNT OF
PRECIPITATION AT THE CLIMATE STATIONS FOR THE MOUNTAINS...COAST...
AND INTERIOR LOWLANDS WAS 5.81 INCHES AT PALMER IN THE CASCADE
FOOTHILLS...2.15 INCHES AT QUILLAYUTE...AND 3.67 INCHES AT BATTLE
GROUND IN THE SOUTHWEST INTERIOR.

FOR EASTERN WASHINGTON...THE PERCENTAGE OF NORMAL FOR PRECIPITATION
RANGED FROM 38 PERCENT IN THE EAST SLOPES OF THE CASCADES TO 133
PERCENT IN THE NORTHEAST REGION. THE GREATEST AMOUNT OF
PRECIPITATION AT CLIMATE STATIONS FOR THE MOUNTAINS AND LOWLANDS WAS
2.62 INCHES AT ROSALIA IN THE PALOUSE AND BLUE MOUNTAINS
REGION...AND 3.90 INCHES AT NORTHPORT IN THE NORTHEAST REGION.

THE OUTLOOK FOR JULY AND BEYOND...FOR THE NEXT TWO WEEKS THE OUTLOOK
IS FOR BELOW NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR ALL OF WASHINGTON. THE MONTHLY
OUTLOOK FOR JULY IS CALLING FOR EQUAL CHANCES OF NORMAL...ABOVE...OR
BELOW NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR THE ENTIRE STATE. THE THREE MONTH
OUTLOOK FROM JULY TO SEPTEMBER ALSO CALLS FOR EQUAL CHANCES OF
NORMAL...ABOVE...OR BELOW NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR THE ENTIRE STATE.

THE TABLE BELOW GIVES PRECIPITATION FIGURES AS A PERCENT OF NORMAL
FOR REGIONS OF WASHINGTON.  THE CURRENT WATER YEAR BEGAN 1 OCTOBER
2013 AND ENDS 30 SEPTEMBER 2014.

                         JUNE      WATER YEAR     PAST 3        PAST 12
                         2014       TO DATE       MONTHS        MONTHS
WESTERN WASHINGTON
  COAST                    52           81          108            88
  OLYMPICS                 65           76          106            84
  NORTHWEST INTERIOR       71          103          122           106
  PUGET SOUND LOWLANDS     65           89          115            99
  SOUTHWEST INTERIOR       89           85          117            97
  WEST FOOTHILLS CASCA     89          101          114           110
  CASCADES WEST           100           99          121           108

EASTERN WASHINGTON
  EAST SLOPES CASCADES     38           86           57           101
  OKANOGAN                 95           82           92            94
  CENTRAL BASIN            60           66           66            75
  NORTHEAST               133           82          103            90
  PALOUSE AND BLUE MTN    127           85           99            90



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        2.15     61        71.57     78        84.18     87
HOQUIAM           1.14     51        52.94     84        62.25     97
BELLINGHAM        0.88     48        27.99     90        33.98    102
SEATTLE           0.73     46        34.30    100        41.82    115
OLYMPIA           0.88     50        39.53     85        50.73    105
LONGVIEW          1.21     54        38.29     87        48.57    105

CONCRETE          2.54     86        65.14    102        76.53    113
SNOQUALMIE FALL   2.60     88        55.81     99        65.18    109
RANDLE*           2.64     89        52.66    101        62.57    114
DIABLO DAM        2.97    123        68.97     97        83.84    111
STAMPEDE PASS     2.78     81        78.75    106        90.25    114
PARADISE          4.42    108       111.98    102       128.77    111

WINTHROP          0.98     83         9.02     69        12.76     93
STEHEKIN          0.26     30        30.65     90        38.96    110
LEAVENWORTH       0.08      7        16.31     69        21.09     90
MOUNT ADAMS       0.63     50        43.35     99        52.05    115
WENATCHEE         0.44     67         3.31     40         6.09     73
YAKIMA            0.08     13         3.83     52         4.32     57

COULEE DAM        1.39    132         8.57     91        10.79    114
LIND              0.90    150         5.86     67         7.56     91
REPUBLIC          2.08    106        12.12     87        17.85    117
SPOKANE           1.84    147        11.57     79        13.81     95
PULLMAN           0.93    143        13.95     90        17.18     93
DAYTON            1.04     82        11.86     69        14.85     88

* = ESTIMATED

$$
GRUB







000
NOUS46 KSEW 072200
PNSSEW

WASHINGTON PRECIPITATION SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
300 PM PDT MON JUL 7 2014

FOR JUNE...THE WESTERN WASHINGTON LOWLANDS SAW MOSTLY BELOW NORMAL
RAINFALL WHILE AREAS IN THE WESTERN CASCADES AND FOOTHILLS WERE
MOSTLY NEAR NORMAL. MOST OF EASTERN WASHINGTON RECEIVED BELOW NORMAL
PRECIPITATION FOR THE MONTH...BUT SOME AREAS WERE NEAR TO ABOVE
NORMAL. AS FOR THE WATER YEAR...MOST OF THE WESTERN HALF OF THE
STATE IS NEAR NORMAL FOR PRECIPITATION WHILE THE EASTERN HALF
CONTINUES TO BE MOSTLY BELOW NORMAL.

IN WESTERN WASHINGTON...THE MONTHLY PERCENTAGE OF NORMAL FOR
PRECIPITATION RANGED FROM 52 PERCENT ON THE COAST TO 100 PERCENT IN
THE WESTERN SLOPES OF THE CASCADES. THE GREATEST AMOUNT OF
PRECIPITATION AT THE CLIMATE STATIONS FOR THE MOUNTAINS...COAST...
AND INTERIOR LOWLANDS WAS 5.81 INCHES AT PALMER IN THE CASCADE
FOOTHILLS...2.15 INCHES AT QUILLAYUTE...AND 3.67 INCHES AT BATTLE
GROUND IN THE SOUTHWEST INTERIOR.

FOR EASTERN WASHINGTON...THE PERCENTAGE OF NORMAL FOR PRECIPITATION
RANGED FROM 38 PERCENT IN THE EAST SLOPES OF THE CASCADES TO 133
PERCENT IN THE NORTHEAST REGION. THE GREATEST AMOUNT OF
PRECIPITATION AT CLIMATE STATIONS FOR THE MOUNTAINS AND LOWLANDS WAS
2.62 INCHES AT ROSALIA IN THE PALOUSE AND BLUE MOUNTAINS
REGION...AND 3.90 INCHES AT NORTHPORT IN THE NORTHEAST REGION.

THE OUTLOOK FOR JULY AND BEYOND...FOR THE NEXT TWO WEEKS THE OUTLOOK
IS FOR BELOW NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR ALL OF WASHINGTON. THE MONTHLY
OUTLOOK FOR JULY IS CALLING FOR EQUAL CHANCES OF NORMAL...ABOVE...OR
BELOW NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR THE ENTIRE STATE. THE THREE MONTH
OUTLOOK FROM JULY TO SEPTEMBER ALSO CALLS FOR EQUAL CHANCES OF
NORMAL...ABOVE...OR BELOW NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR THE ENTIRE STATE.

THE TABLE BELOW GIVES PRECIPITATION FIGURES AS A PERCENT OF NORMAL
FOR REGIONS OF WASHINGTON.  THE CURRENT WATER YEAR BEGAN 1 OCTOBER
2013 AND ENDS 30 SEPTEMBER 2014.

                         JUNE      WATER YEAR     PAST 3        PAST 12
                         2014       TO DATE       MONTHS        MONTHS
WESTERN WASHINGTON
  COAST                    52           81          108            88
  OLYMPICS                 65           76          106            84
  NORTHWEST INTERIOR       71          103          122           106
  PUGET SOUND LOWLANDS     65           89          115            99
  SOUTHWEST INTERIOR       89           85          117            97
  WEST FOOTHILLS CASCA     89          101          114           110
  CASCADES WEST           100           99          121           108

EASTERN WASHINGTON
  EAST SLOPES CASCADES     38           86           57           101
  OKANOGAN                 95           82           92            94
  CENTRAL BASIN            60           66           66            75
  NORTHEAST               133           82          103            90
  PALOUSE AND BLUE MTN    127           85           99            90



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        2.15     61        71.57     78        84.18     87
HOQUIAM           1.14     51        52.94     84        62.25     97
BELLINGHAM        0.88     48        27.99     90        33.98    102
SEATTLE           0.73     46        34.30    100        41.82    115
OLYMPIA           0.88     50        39.53     85        50.73    105
LONGVIEW          1.21     54        38.29     87        48.57    105

CONCRETE          2.54     86        65.14    102        76.53    113
SNOQUALMIE FALL   2.60     88        55.81     99        65.18    109
RANDLE*           2.64     89        52.66    101        62.57    114
DIABLO DAM        2.97    123        68.97     97        83.84    111
STAMPEDE PASS     2.78     81        78.75    106        90.25    114
PARADISE          4.42    108       111.98    102       128.77    111

WINTHROP          0.98     83         9.02     69        12.76     93
STEHEKIN          0.26     30        30.65     90        38.96    110
LEAVENWORTH       0.08      7        16.31     69        21.09     90
MOUNT ADAMS       0.63     50        43.35     99        52.05    115
WENATCHEE         0.44     67         3.31     40         6.09     73
YAKIMA            0.08     13         3.83     52         4.32     57

COULEE DAM        1.39    132         8.57     91        10.79    114
LIND              0.90    150         5.86     67         7.56     91
REPUBLIC          2.08    106        12.12     87        17.85    117
SPOKANE           1.84    147        11.57     79        13.81     95
PULLMAN           0.93    143        13.95     90        17.18     93
DAYTON            1.04     82        11.86     69        14.85     88

* = ESTIMATED

$$
GRUB








000
NOUS42 KMLB 071533
PNSMLB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MELBOURNE FL
1132 AM EDT MON JUL 7 2014

...INITIAL RESULTS FROM TITUSVILLE STORM DAMAGE SURVEY...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN MELBOURNE HAS CONDUCTED A DAMAGE
SURVEY IN THE TITUSVILLE AREA. FINDINGS FROM THE SURVEY INDICATE
THERE WAS A PUSH OF WINDS FROM WEST TO EAST AT APPROXIMATELY 65 TO
75 MPH. EYEWITNESS INTERVIEWS AND VIDEO SUGGEST WITHIN THIS AREA
THERE WAS ALSO A BRIEF TORNADO TOUCHDOWN. MINOR TO MODERATE DAMAGE
OCCURRED TO THREE HOMES IN THE AREA OF OKLAHOMA STREET...OLD DIXIE
HIGHWAY AND BRANDYWINE CIRCLE. TIME OF OCCURRENCE WAS APPROXIMATELY
2:35 PM EDT ON SUNDAY JULY 6.

ADDITIONAL ANALYSIS OF STORM VIDEOS WILL TAKE PLACE THIS AFTERNOON
WITH MORE SPECIFICS ON THE STORM DAMAGE MADE AVAILABLE LATER THIS
AFTERNOON.

$$

GLITTO














000
NOUS42 KMLB 071533
PNSMLB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MELBOURNE FL
1132 AM EDT MON JUL 7 2014

...INITIAL RESULTS FROM TITUSVILLE STORM DAMAGE SURVEY...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN MELBOURNE HAS CONDUCTED A DAMAGE
SURVEY IN THE TITUSVILLE AREA. FINDINGS FROM THE SURVEY INDICATE
THERE WAS A PUSH OF WINDS FROM WEST TO EAST AT APPROXIMATELY 65 TO
75 MPH. EYEWITNESS INTERVIEWS AND VIDEO SUGGEST WITHIN THIS AREA
THERE WAS ALSO A BRIEF TORNADO TOUCHDOWN. MINOR TO MODERATE DAMAGE
OCCURRED TO THREE HOMES IN THE AREA OF OKLAHOMA STREET...OLD DIXIE
HIGHWAY AND BRANDYWINE CIRCLE. TIME OF OCCURRENCE WAS APPROXIMATELY
2:35 PM EDT ON SUNDAY JULY 6.

ADDITIONAL ANALYSIS OF STORM VIDEOS WILL TAKE PLACE THIS AFTERNOON
WITH MORE SPECIFICS ON THE STORM DAMAGE MADE AVAILABLE LATER THIS
AFTERNOON.

$$

GLITTO













000
NOUS43 KARX 071449
PNSARX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LA CROSSE WI
948 AM CDT MON JUL 07 2014

...24 HOUR RAINFALL TOTALS ACROSS THE AREA...

LOCATION                   RAINFALL    TIME     LAT/LON

IOWA

...ALLAMAKEE COUNTY...
HARPERS FERRY              0.07        0700 AM  43.17N 91.24W
ION                        0.04        0700 AM  43.11N 91.27W

...CLAYTON COUNTY...
VOLGA                      0.20        0700 AM  42.81N 91.52W
MARQUETTE                  0.15        0700 AM  43.04N 91.21W
ELKADER                    0.11        0700 AM  42.84N 91.40W
LITTLEPORT                 0.09        0700 AM  42.75N 91.37W
ELKADER 6SSW               0.07        0700 AM  42.79N 91.45W
GUTTENBERG                 0.06        0700 AM  42.79N 91.10W
MONONA                     0.03        0700 AM  43.04N 91.40W
GARBER                     0.02        0700 AM  42.74N 91.26W

...FAYETTE COUNTY...
FAYETTE                    0.59        0700 AM  42.85N 91.82W
ELDORADO                   0.19        0700 AM  43.05N 91.81W
OELWEIN 1WNW               0.17        0700 AM  42.68N 91.93W
OELWEIN 1E                 0.11        0700 AM  42.68N 91.88W

...WINNESHIEK COUNTY...
DECORAH UPPER IA RVR       0.08        0700 AM  43.30N 91.80W
BLUFFTON                   0.02        0700 AM  43.41N 91.90W
SPILLVILLE                 0.02        0700 AM  43.21N 91.95W

MINNESOTA

...DODGE COUNTY...
MANTORVILLE 2ESE           0.03        0700 AM  44.05N 92.72W

...FILLMORE COUNTY...
SPRING VALLEY              0.08        0700 AM  43.69N 92.39W
PILOT MOUND                0.03        0700 AM  43.78N 92.03W

...HOUSTON COUNTY...
MOUND PRAIRIE              0.10        0700 AM  43.78N 91.45W
LA CRESCENT 1NNW           0.03        0700 AM  43.83N 91.31W

...MOWER COUNTY...
GRAND MEADOW               0.21        0700 AM  43.71N 92.56W

...OLMSTED COUNTY...
ROCHESTER 5SW              0.21        0700 AM  43.98N 92.56W
ROCHESTER 3W               0.07        0700 AM  44.01N 92.53W
ROCHESTER BELTLINE         0.05        0700 AM  43.91N 92.50W
ROCHESTER - BEAR CREEK     0.02        0700 AM  43.92N 92.48W
DOVER 1E                   0.01        0700 AM  43.97N 92.12W

...WABASHA COUNTY...
WABASHA                    0.05        0700 AM  44.39N 92.05W
KELLOGG                    0.02        0700 AM  44.32N 92.00W
LAKE CITY                  0.01        0700 AM  44.45N 92.26W

...WINONA COUNTY...
STOCKTON                   0.28        0700 AM  44.03N 91.77W
LA CRESCENT DAM 7          0.15        0700 AM  43.87N 91.31W
WINONA AWOS                0.15        0700 AM  44.08N 91.70W
DAKOTA                     0.10        0700 AM  43.92N 91.37W
LEWISTON                   0.09        0700 AM  43.98N 91.87W
MINNESOTA CITY             0.06        0700 AM  44.16N 91.81W
WINONA DAM 5A              0.02        0700 AM  44.09N 91.67W
ALTURA 5W                  0.01        0700 AM  44.06N 92.04W

WISCONSIN

...BUFFALO COUNTY...
ALMA DAM 4                 0.16        0700 AM  44.33N 91.92W

...CLARK COUNTY...
NEILLSVILLE 1W             0.12        0700 AM  44.56N 90.61W
OWEN                       0.12        0700 AM  44.98N 90.55W

...CRAWFORD COUNTY...
PRAIRIE DU CHIEN AWOS      0.12        0700 AM  43.30N 89.76W
PRAIRIE DU CHIEN           0.11        0700 AM  43.05N 91.13W
STEUBEN 4SE                0.03        0700 AM  43.13N 90.84W

...GRANT COUNTY...
LANCASTER 4WSW             0.22        0700 AM  42.83N 90.79W
CUBA CITY - HAM            0.10        0700 AM  42.61N 90.43W
BURTON                     0.10        0700 AM  42.72N 90.82W
PLATTEVILLE AWOS           0.03        0700 AM  42.69N 90.44W
ROCKVILLE                  0.01        0700 AM  42.73N 90.64W

...JACKSON COUNTY...
BLACK RIVER FALLS AWOS     0.28        0700 AM  44.25N 90.86W
BLACK RIVER FALLS STP      0.22        0700 AM  44.29N 90.85W
BLACK RIVER FALLS 2NNE     0.21        0700 AM  44.32N 90.83W
BLACK RIVER FALLS RAWS     0.13        0700 AM  44.30N 90.84W

...JUNEAU COUNTY...
NECEDAH 5WNW               0.01        0700 AM  44.06N 90.17W

...LA CROSSE COUNTY...
HOLMEN 2S                  0.22        0700 AM  43.93N 91.25W
HOLMEN                     0.12        0700 AM  43.97N 91.27W
LA CROSSE 4NNW             0.11        0700 AM  43.87N 91.27W
WEST SALEM 2W              0.10        0700 AM  43.90N 91.12W
LA CROSSE ASOS             0.08        0700 AM  43.88N 91.26W
LA CROSSE WEATHER          0.02        0700 AM  43.82N 91.19W

...MONROE COUNTY...
CATARACT                   0.69        0700 AM  44.08N 90.85W
FOUR CORNERS               0.62        0700 AM  44.07N 90.92W
SPARTA WASTE WTR           0.59        0700 AM  43.94N 90.82W
SPARTA AWOS                0.23        0700 AM  43.96N 90.74W
TUNNEL CITY                0.17        0700 AM  44.01N 90.57W
WARRENS                    0.09        0700 AM  44.10N 90.59W

...RICHLAND COUNTY...
RICHLAND CENTER            0.18        0700 AM  43.32N 90.38W

...TAYLOR COUNTY...
MEDFORD                    0.32        0700 AM  45.13N 90.34W
MEDFORD AWOS               0.24        0700 AM  45.11N 90.30W
LUBLIN DIAMOND LAKE        0.01        0700 AM  45.11N 90.69W

...TREMPEALEAU COUNTY...
WHITEHALL                  2.48        0700 AM  44.37N 91.32W
BLAIR                      1.97        0700 AM  44.29N 91.22W
ETTRICK                    0.42        0700 AM  44.11N 91.22W
OSSEO                      0.35        0700 AM  44.58N 91.22W
TREMPEALEAU DAM 6          0.33        0700 AM  44.00N 91.44W
GALESVILLE 2WSW            0.09        0700 AM  44.07N 91.39W
TREMPEALEAU 2NW            0.01        0700 AM  44.03N 91.46W

...VERNON COUNTY...
VIROQUA 4WSW               0.32        0700 AM  43.54N 90.96W
STODDARD                   0.09        0700 AM  43.66N 91.24W
READSTOWN                  0.06        0700 AM  43.45N 90.76W
LIBERTY POLE 2SW           0.04        0700 AM  43.49N 90.95W
GENOA                      0.02        0700 AM  43.57N 91.23W

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

FOR THIS...AND A WEALTH OF OTHER RIVER AND WEATHER INFORMATION...
VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT  WEATHER.GOV/LACROSSE

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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LA CROSSE WI
948 AM CDT MON JUL 07 2014

...24 HOUR RAINFALL TOTALS ACROSS THE AREA...

LOCATION                   RAINFALL    TIME     LAT/LON

IOWA

...ALLAMAKEE COUNTY...
HARPERS FERRY              0.07        0700 AM  43.17N 91.24W
ION                        0.04        0700 AM  43.11N 91.27W

...CLAYTON COUNTY...
VOLGA                      0.20        0700 AM  42.81N 91.52W
MARQUETTE                  0.15        0700 AM  43.04N 91.21W
ELKADER                    0.11        0700 AM  42.84N 91.40W
LITTLEPORT                 0.09        0700 AM  42.75N 91.37W
ELKADER 6SSW               0.07        0700 AM  42.79N 91.45W
GUTTENBERG                 0.06        0700 AM  42.79N 91.10W
MONONA                     0.03        0700 AM  43.04N 91.40W
GARBER                     0.02        0700 AM  42.74N 91.26W

...FAYETTE COUNTY...
FAYETTE                    0.59        0700 AM  42.85N 91.82W
ELDORADO                   0.19        0700 AM  43.05N 91.81W
OELWEIN 1WNW               0.17        0700 AM  42.68N 91.93W
OELWEIN 1E                 0.11        0700 AM  42.68N 91.88W

...WINNESHIEK COUNTY...
DECORAH UPPER IA RVR       0.08        0700 AM  43.30N 91.80W
BLUFFTON                   0.02        0700 AM  43.41N 91.90W
SPILLVILLE                 0.02        0700 AM  43.21N 91.95W

MINNESOTA

...DODGE COUNTY...
MANTORVILLE 2ESE           0.03        0700 AM  44.05N 92.72W

...FILLMORE COUNTY...
SPRING VALLEY              0.08        0700 AM  43.69N 92.39W
PILOT MOUND                0.03        0700 AM  43.78N 92.03W

...HOUSTON COUNTY...
MOUND PRAIRIE              0.10        0700 AM  43.78N 91.45W
LA CRESCENT 1NNW           0.03        0700 AM  43.83N 91.31W

...MOWER COUNTY...
GRAND MEADOW               0.21        0700 AM  43.71N 92.56W

...OLMSTED COUNTY...
ROCHESTER 5SW              0.21        0700 AM  43.98N 92.56W
ROCHESTER 3W               0.07        0700 AM  44.01N 92.53W
ROCHESTER BELTLINE         0.05        0700 AM  43.91N 92.50W
ROCHESTER - BEAR CREEK     0.02        0700 AM  43.92N 92.48W
DOVER 1E                   0.01        0700 AM  43.97N 92.12W

...WABASHA COUNTY...
WABASHA                    0.05        0700 AM  44.39N 92.05W
KELLOGG                    0.02        0700 AM  44.32N 92.00W
LAKE CITY                  0.01        0700 AM  44.45N 92.26W

...WINONA COUNTY...
STOCKTON                   0.28        0700 AM  44.03N 91.77W
LA CRESCENT DAM 7          0.15        0700 AM  43.87N 91.31W
WINONA AWOS                0.15        0700 AM  44.08N 91.70W
DAKOTA                     0.10        0700 AM  43.92N 91.37W
LEWISTON                   0.09        0700 AM  43.98N 91.87W
MINNESOTA CITY             0.06        0700 AM  44.16N 91.81W
WINONA DAM 5A              0.02        0700 AM  44.09N 91.67W
ALTURA 5W                  0.01        0700 AM  44.06N 92.04W

WISCONSIN

...BUFFALO COUNTY...
ALMA DAM 4                 0.16        0700 AM  44.33N 91.92W

...CLARK COUNTY...
NEILLSVILLE 1W             0.12        0700 AM  44.56N 90.61W
OWEN                       0.12        0700 AM  44.98N 90.55W

...CRAWFORD COUNTY...
PRAIRIE DU CHIEN AWOS      0.12        0700 AM  43.30N 89.76W
PRAIRIE DU CHIEN           0.11        0700 AM  43.05N 91.13W
STEUBEN 4SE                0.03        0700 AM  43.13N 90.84W

...GRANT COUNTY...
LANCASTER 4WSW             0.22        0700 AM  42.83N 90.79W
CUBA CITY - HAM            0.10        0700 AM  42.61N 90.43W
BURTON                     0.10        0700 AM  42.72N 90.82W
PLATTEVILLE AWOS           0.03        0700 AM  42.69N 90.44W
ROCKVILLE                  0.01        0700 AM  42.73N 90.64W

...JACKSON COUNTY...
BLACK RIVER FALLS AWOS     0.28        0700 AM  44.25N 90.86W
BLACK RIVER FALLS STP      0.22        0700 AM  44.29N 90.85W
BLACK RIVER FALLS 2NNE     0.21        0700 AM  44.32N 90.83W
BLACK RIVER FALLS RAWS     0.13        0700 AM  44.30N 90.84W

...JUNEAU COUNTY...
NECEDAH 5WNW               0.01        0700 AM  44.06N 90.17W

...LA CROSSE COUNTY