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NOUS41 KALY 270323
PNSALY
CTZ001-013-MAZ001-025-NYZ032-033-038>043-047>054-058>061-063>066-082>084-
VTZ013>015-271523-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
SPOTTER REPORTS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBANY NY
1123 PM EDT THU MAR 26 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE UNOFFICIAL OBSERVATIONS TAKEN DURING THE PAST 7
HOURS FOR THE STORM THAT HAS BEEN AFFECTING OUR REGION. APPRECIATION
IS EXTENDED TO HIGHWAY DEPARTMENTS...COOPERATIVE OBSERVERS...SKYWARN
SPOTTERS AND MEDIA FOR THESE REPORTS. THIS SUMMARY IS ALSO AVAILABLE
ON OUR HOME PAGE AT WEATHER.GOV/ALBANY

********************STORM TOTAL SNOWFALL********************

LOCATION          STORM TOTAL     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     SNOWFALL           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

NEW YORK

...HAMILTON COUNTY...
   INDIAN LAKE            0.5   502 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6


********************STORM TOTAL RAINFALL********************

LOCATION          STORM TOTAL     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     RAINFALL           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

MASSACHUSETTS

...BERKSHIRE COUNTY...
   PITTSFIELD            0.14   458 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6

NEW YORK

...ALBANY COUNTY...
   COLONIE               0.84  1016 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   LATHAM                0.15   505 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   ALBANY                0.11   555 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6

...COLUMBIA COUNTY...
   LIVINGSTON            0.72  1054 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   ANCRAMDALE            0.17   545 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   CHATHAM CENTER        0.10   557 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6

...FULTON COUNTY...
   PERTH                 1.00  1020 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   FISHHOUSE             0.60   612 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6

...GREENE COUNTY...
   NORTON HILL           0.70  1010 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   HALCOTT CENTER        0.17   509 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   CATSKILL              0.08   511 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   GREENVILLE CENTER     0.02   434 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6

...HAMILTON COUNTY...
   WELLS                 0.30   527 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6

...MONTGOMERY COUNTY...
   AMSTERDAM             0.75   954 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   FONDA                 0.73   943 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   GLEN                  0.72  1051 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   CANAJOHARIE           0.54   555 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   PALATINE BRIDGE       0.48   522 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   HESSVILLE             0.39   458 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6

...RENSSELAER COUNTY...
   TROY                  0.25   505 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   SPEIGLETOWN           0.20   447 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6

...SARATOGA COUNTY...
   MIDDLE GROVE          0.60   600 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   MALTA                 0.54   959 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   CHARLTON              0.50   505 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   MILTON                0.47   905 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   PORTER CORNERS        0.32   530 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6

...SCHOHARIE COUNTY...
   SUMMIT                0.43   437 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   JEFFERSON             0.25   616 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   MIDDLEBURGH           0.20   446 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   CHARLOTTEVILLE        0.10   547 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6

...ULSTER COUNTY...
   ULSTER PARK           0.34   935 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   PHOENICIA             0.10   536 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6

...WARREN COUNTY...
   WARRENSBURG           0.50  1007 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   BRANT LAKE            0.31   447 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6

VERMONT

...BENNINGTON COUNTY...
   LANDGROVE             0.44  1022 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   WOODFORD              0.33   856 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   MANCHESTER            0.23   545 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   WEST ARLINGTON        0.22   529 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6

$$

WASULA


000
NOUS41 KALY 270323
PNSALY
CTZ001-013-MAZ001-025-NYZ032-033-038>043-047>054-058>061-063>066-082>084-
VTZ013>015-271523-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
SPOTTER REPORTS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBANY NY
1123 PM EDT THU MAR 26 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE UNOFFICIAL OBSERVATIONS TAKEN DURING THE PAST 7
HOURS FOR THE STORM THAT HAS BEEN AFFECTING OUR REGION. APPRECIATION
IS EXTENDED TO HIGHWAY DEPARTMENTS...COOPERATIVE OBSERVERS...SKYWARN
SPOTTERS AND MEDIA FOR THESE REPORTS. THIS SUMMARY IS ALSO AVAILABLE
ON OUR HOME PAGE AT WEATHER.GOV/ALBANY

********************STORM TOTAL SNOWFALL********************

LOCATION          STORM TOTAL     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     SNOWFALL           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

NEW YORK

...HAMILTON COUNTY...
   INDIAN LAKE            0.5   502 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6


********************STORM TOTAL RAINFALL********************

LOCATION          STORM TOTAL     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     RAINFALL           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

MASSACHUSETTS

...BERKSHIRE COUNTY...
   PITTSFIELD            0.14   458 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6

NEW YORK

...ALBANY COUNTY...
   COLONIE               0.84  1016 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   LATHAM                0.15   505 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   ALBANY                0.11   555 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6

...COLUMBIA COUNTY...
   LIVINGSTON            0.72  1054 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   ANCRAMDALE            0.17   545 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   CHATHAM CENTER        0.10   557 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6

...FULTON COUNTY...
   PERTH                 1.00  1020 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   FISHHOUSE             0.60   612 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6

...GREENE COUNTY...
   NORTON HILL           0.70  1010 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   HALCOTT CENTER        0.17   509 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   CATSKILL              0.08   511 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   GREENVILLE CENTER     0.02   434 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6

...HAMILTON COUNTY...
   WELLS                 0.30   527 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6

...MONTGOMERY COUNTY...
   AMSTERDAM             0.75   954 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   FONDA                 0.73   943 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   GLEN                  0.72  1051 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   CANAJOHARIE           0.54   555 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   PALATINE BRIDGE       0.48   522 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   HESSVILLE             0.39   458 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6

...RENSSELAER COUNTY...
   TROY                  0.25   505 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   SPEIGLETOWN           0.20   447 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6

...SARATOGA COUNTY...
   MIDDLE GROVE          0.60   600 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   MALTA                 0.54   959 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   CHARLTON              0.50   505 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   MILTON                0.47   905 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   PORTER CORNERS        0.32   530 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6

...SCHOHARIE COUNTY...
   SUMMIT                0.43   437 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   JEFFERSON             0.25   616 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   MIDDLEBURGH           0.20   446 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   CHARLOTTEVILLE        0.10   547 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6

...ULSTER COUNTY...
   ULSTER PARK           0.34   935 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   PHOENICIA             0.10   536 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6

...WARREN COUNTY...
   WARRENSBURG           0.50  1007 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   BRANT LAKE            0.31   447 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6

VERMONT

...BENNINGTON COUNTY...
   LANDGROVE             0.44  1022 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   WOODFORD              0.33   856 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   MANCHESTER            0.23   545 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   WEST ARLINGTON        0.22   529 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6

$$

WASULA



000
NOUS45 KTFX 270321
PNSTFX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
920 PM MDT THU MAR 26 2015

...HIGHEST SUSTAINED WIND SPEED AND WIND GUSTS /MPH/ FOR THE PAST 24
HRS WITH LOCAL TIME OF OCCURRENCE...

Breezy conditions across the area today produced gusts mostly in the
35 to 40 mph range. The highest gust was 74 mph at Deep Creek RAWS
in Glacier County.

...BEAVERHEAD COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
DILLON AIRPORT            23  03/26 10:53   36  03/26 14:53

...BLAINE COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
FT BELKNAP RAWS HARLEM 4S 15  03/26 03:18   21  03/26 14:18
MDT HAYS                  16  03/26 14:29   21  03/26 14:29

...BROADWATER COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
TOWNSEND - ELKHORN RAWS   23  03/26 16:54   36  03/26 16:54
WINSTON 0.9SW WU          25  03/26 16:05   36  03/26 16:45

...CASCADE COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
GREAT FALLS ASOS          29  03/26 14:53   40  03/26 15:53
MDT MONARCH               28  03/26 19:50   40  03/26 16:41

...CHOUTEAU COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
FORT BENTON CIRCLEVIEW    29  03/26 11:11   39  03/26 02:31

...FERGUS COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
HILGER JUDITH PEAK        25  03/26 07:52   41  03/26 04:52
LEWISTOWN AIRPORT         25  03/26 15:54   37  03/26 16:54
LEWISTOWN 1SE             28  03/26 16:04   39  03/26 16:04

...GALLATIN COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
MDT BOZEMAN PASS          32  03/26 14:58   39  03/26 18:20

...GLACIER COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
BROWNING WIND             24  03/25 21:10   41  03/26 18:40
CUT BANK AIRPORT          31  03/26 13:56   41  03/26 15:56
DEEP CREEK RAWS           50  03/26 11:21   74  03/26 13:21
LOGAN PASS USGS           25  03/26 14:00   45  03/26 13:00

...HILL COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
HAVRE AIRPORT             20  03/26 16:53   31  03/26 17:53
MDT INVERNESS             26  03/26 16:20   34  03/26 17:05

...JEFFERSON COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
GALENA RAWS               17  03/26 15:47   35  03/26 00:47
MDT HOMESTAKE PASS WHITEH 17  03/26 17:12   35  03/26 17:12

...JUDITH BASIN COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
MDT GEYSER                34  03/26 17:14   43  03/26 16:54

...LEWIS AND CLARK COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
MDT BOWMANS CORNER WOLF C 28  03/26 15:41   38  03/26 12:06
HELENA AIRPORT            25  03/26 10:53   39  03/26 15:53
MDT MACDONALD PASS ELLIST 34  03/26 09:41   43  03/26 16:13
MDT ROGERS PASS LINCOLN   23  03/26 16:29   42  03/26 16:49

...LIBERTY COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
    CHESTER
CHESTER WU                26  03/26 17:25   37  03/26 17:05

...MADISON COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
MDT NORRIS HILL NORRIS    21  03/26 11:08   29  03/26 13:08
MDT RAYNOLDS PASS WEST YE 24  03/26 12:11   27  03/26 14:21

...MEAGHER COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
MDT DEEP CREEK WHITE SULP 30  03/26 20:14   38  03/26 19:19
MARTINSDALE DNET          23  03/25 22:32   32  03/26 02:32

...PONDERA COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
CONRAD SCAN               37  03/26 17:00   37  03/26 17:00
HEART BUTTE RAWS          30  03/26 17:00   44  03/26 17:00

...TETON COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
GLEASON RAWS              22  03/25 22:09   48  03/25 22:09
MDT PENDROY               29  03/26 01:33   39  03/26 02:11
PENDROY TRMR 17WNW DNET   31  03/25 21:12   45  03/26 19:52

...TOOLE COUNTY...
                 SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
SHELBY 1N WU              30  03/26 16:44   35  03/26 16:44
MDT SUNBURST              30  03/26 18:01   39  03/26 18:01
MDT SWEETGRASS            31  03/26 15:08   39  03/26 14:28
WHITLASH FRED GEORGE 8.4W 33  03/26 15:33   39  03/26 19:53





000
NOUS45 KTFX 270321
PNSTFX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
920 PM MDT THU MAR 26 2015

...HIGHEST SUSTAINED WIND SPEED AND WIND GUSTS /MPH/ FOR THE PAST 24
HRS WITH LOCAL TIME OF OCCURRENCE...

Breezy conditions across the area today produced gusts mostly in the
35 to 40 mph range. The highest gust was 74 mph at Deep Creek RAWS
in Glacier County.

...BEAVERHEAD COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
DILLON AIRPORT            23  03/26 10:53   36  03/26 14:53

...BLAINE COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
FT BELKNAP RAWS HARLEM 4S 15  03/26 03:18   21  03/26 14:18
MDT HAYS                  16  03/26 14:29   21  03/26 14:29

...BROADWATER COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
TOWNSEND - ELKHORN RAWS   23  03/26 16:54   36  03/26 16:54
WINSTON 0.9SW WU          25  03/26 16:05   36  03/26 16:45

...CASCADE COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
GREAT FALLS ASOS          29  03/26 14:53   40  03/26 15:53
MDT MONARCH               28  03/26 19:50   40  03/26 16:41

...CHOUTEAU COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
FORT BENTON CIRCLEVIEW    29  03/26 11:11   39  03/26 02:31

...FERGUS COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
HILGER JUDITH PEAK        25  03/26 07:52   41  03/26 04:52
LEWISTOWN AIRPORT         25  03/26 15:54   37  03/26 16:54
LEWISTOWN 1SE             28  03/26 16:04   39  03/26 16:04

...GALLATIN COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
MDT BOZEMAN PASS          32  03/26 14:58   39  03/26 18:20

...GLACIER COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
BROWNING WIND             24  03/25 21:10   41  03/26 18:40
CUT BANK AIRPORT          31  03/26 13:56   41  03/26 15:56
DEEP CREEK RAWS           50  03/26 11:21   74  03/26 13:21
LOGAN PASS USGS           25  03/26 14:00   45  03/26 13:00

...HILL COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
HAVRE AIRPORT             20  03/26 16:53   31  03/26 17:53
MDT INVERNESS             26  03/26 16:20   34  03/26 17:05

...JEFFERSON COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
GALENA RAWS               17  03/26 15:47   35  03/26 00:47
MDT HOMESTAKE PASS WHITEH 17  03/26 17:12   35  03/26 17:12

...JUDITH BASIN COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
MDT GEYSER                34  03/26 17:14   43  03/26 16:54

...LEWIS AND CLARK COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
MDT BOWMANS CORNER WOLF C 28  03/26 15:41   38  03/26 12:06
HELENA AIRPORT            25  03/26 10:53   39  03/26 15:53
MDT MACDONALD PASS ELLIST 34  03/26 09:41   43  03/26 16:13
MDT ROGERS PASS LINCOLN   23  03/26 16:29   42  03/26 16:49

...LIBERTY COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
    CHESTER
CHESTER WU                26  03/26 17:25   37  03/26 17:05

...MADISON COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
MDT NORRIS HILL NORRIS    21  03/26 11:08   29  03/26 13:08
MDT RAYNOLDS PASS WEST YE 24  03/26 12:11   27  03/26 14:21

...MEAGHER COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
MDT DEEP CREEK WHITE SULP 30  03/26 20:14   38  03/26 19:19
MARTINSDALE DNET          23  03/25 22:32   32  03/26 02:32

...PONDERA COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
CONRAD SCAN               37  03/26 17:00   37  03/26 17:00
HEART BUTTE RAWS          30  03/26 17:00   44  03/26 17:00

...TETON COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
GLEASON RAWS              22  03/25 22:09   48  03/25 22:09
MDT PENDROY               29  03/26 01:33   39  03/26 02:11
PENDROY TRMR 17WNW DNET   31  03/25 21:12   45  03/26 19:52

...TOOLE COUNTY...
                 SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
SHELBY 1N WU              30  03/26 16:44   35  03/26 16:44
MDT SUNBURST              30  03/26 18:01   39  03/26 18:01
MDT SWEETGRASS            31  03/26 15:08   39  03/26 14:28
WHITLASH FRED GEORGE 8.4W 33  03/26 15:33   39  03/26 19:53





000
NOUS45 KTFX 270321
PNSTFX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
920 PM MDT THU MAR 26 2015

...HIGHEST SUSTAINED WIND SPEED AND WIND GUSTS /MPH/ FOR THE PAST 24
HRS WITH LOCAL TIME OF OCCURRENCE...

Breezy conditions across the area today produced gusts mostly in the
35 to 40 mph range. The highest gust was 74 mph at Deep Creek RAWS
in Glacier County.

...BEAVERHEAD COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
DILLON AIRPORT            23  03/26 10:53   36  03/26 14:53

...BLAINE COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
FT BELKNAP RAWS HARLEM 4S 15  03/26 03:18   21  03/26 14:18
MDT HAYS                  16  03/26 14:29   21  03/26 14:29

...BROADWATER COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
TOWNSEND - ELKHORN RAWS   23  03/26 16:54   36  03/26 16:54
WINSTON 0.9SW WU          25  03/26 16:05   36  03/26 16:45

...CASCADE COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
GREAT FALLS ASOS          29  03/26 14:53   40  03/26 15:53
MDT MONARCH               28  03/26 19:50   40  03/26 16:41

...CHOUTEAU COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
FORT BENTON CIRCLEVIEW    29  03/26 11:11   39  03/26 02:31

...FERGUS COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
HILGER JUDITH PEAK        25  03/26 07:52   41  03/26 04:52
LEWISTOWN AIRPORT         25  03/26 15:54   37  03/26 16:54
LEWISTOWN 1SE             28  03/26 16:04   39  03/26 16:04

...GALLATIN COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
MDT BOZEMAN PASS          32  03/26 14:58   39  03/26 18:20

...GLACIER COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
BROWNING WIND             24  03/25 21:10   41  03/26 18:40
CUT BANK AIRPORT          31  03/26 13:56   41  03/26 15:56
DEEP CREEK RAWS           50  03/26 11:21   74  03/26 13:21
LOGAN PASS USGS           25  03/26 14:00   45  03/26 13:00

...HILL COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
HAVRE AIRPORT             20  03/26 16:53   31  03/26 17:53
MDT INVERNESS             26  03/26 16:20   34  03/26 17:05

...JEFFERSON COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
GALENA RAWS               17  03/26 15:47   35  03/26 00:47
MDT HOMESTAKE PASS WHITEH 17  03/26 17:12   35  03/26 17:12

...JUDITH BASIN COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
MDT GEYSER                34  03/26 17:14   43  03/26 16:54

...LEWIS AND CLARK COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
MDT BOWMANS CORNER WOLF C 28  03/26 15:41   38  03/26 12:06
HELENA AIRPORT            25  03/26 10:53   39  03/26 15:53
MDT MACDONALD PASS ELLIST 34  03/26 09:41   43  03/26 16:13
MDT ROGERS PASS LINCOLN   23  03/26 16:29   42  03/26 16:49

...LIBERTY COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
    CHESTER
CHESTER WU                26  03/26 17:25   37  03/26 17:05

...MADISON COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
MDT NORRIS HILL NORRIS    21  03/26 11:08   29  03/26 13:08
MDT RAYNOLDS PASS WEST YE 24  03/26 12:11   27  03/26 14:21

...MEAGHER COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
MDT DEEP CREEK WHITE SULP 30  03/26 20:14   38  03/26 19:19
MARTINSDALE DNET          23  03/25 22:32   32  03/26 02:32

...PONDERA COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
CONRAD SCAN               37  03/26 17:00   37  03/26 17:00
HEART BUTTE RAWS          30  03/26 17:00   44  03/26 17:00

...TETON COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
GLEASON RAWS              22  03/25 22:09   48  03/25 22:09
MDT PENDROY               29  03/26 01:33   39  03/26 02:11
PENDROY TRMR 17WNW DNET   31  03/25 21:12   45  03/26 19:52

...TOOLE COUNTY...
                 SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
SHELBY 1N WU              30  03/26 16:44   35  03/26 16:44
MDT SUNBURST              30  03/26 18:01   39  03/26 18:01
MDT SWEETGRASS            31  03/26 15:08   39  03/26 14:28
WHITLASH FRED GEORGE 8.4W 33  03/26 15:33   39  03/26 19:53





000
NOUS45 KTFX 270321
PNSTFX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
920 PM MDT THU MAR 26 2015

...HIGHEST SUSTAINED WIND SPEED AND WIND GUSTS /MPH/ FOR THE PAST 24
HRS WITH LOCAL TIME OF OCCURRENCE...

Breezy conditions across the area today produced gusts mostly in the
35 to 40 mph range. The highest gust was 74 mph at Deep Creek RAWS
in Glacier County.

...BEAVERHEAD COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
DILLON AIRPORT            23  03/26 10:53   36  03/26 14:53

...BLAINE COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
FT BELKNAP RAWS HARLEM 4S 15  03/26 03:18   21  03/26 14:18
MDT HAYS                  16  03/26 14:29   21  03/26 14:29

...BROADWATER COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
TOWNSEND - ELKHORN RAWS   23  03/26 16:54   36  03/26 16:54
WINSTON 0.9SW WU          25  03/26 16:05   36  03/26 16:45

...CASCADE COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
GREAT FALLS ASOS          29  03/26 14:53   40  03/26 15:53
MDT MONARCH               28  03/26 19:50   40  03/26 16:41

...CHOUTEAU COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
FORT BENTON CIRCLEVIEW    29  03/26 11:11   39  03/26 02:31

...FERGUS COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
HILGER JUDITH PEAK        25  03/26 07:52   41  03/26 04:52
LEWISTOWN AIRPORT         25  03/26 15:54   37  03/26 16:54
LEWISTOWN 1SE             28  03/26 16:04   39  03/26 16:04

...GALLATIN COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
MDT BOZEMAN PASS          32  03/26 14:58   39  03/26 18:20

...GLACIER COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
BROWNING WIND             24  03/25 21:10   41  03/26 18:40
CUT BANK AIRPORT          31  03/26 13:56   41  03/26 15:56
DEEP CREEK RAWS           50  03/26 11:21   74  03/26 13:21
LOGAN PASS USGS           25  03/26 14:00   45  03/26 13:00

...HILL COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
HAVRE AIRPORT             20  03/26 16:53   31  03/26 17:53
MDT INVERNESS             26  03/26 16:20   34  03/26 17:05

...JEFFERSON COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
GALENA RAWS               17  03/26 15:47   35  03/26 00:47
MDT HOMESTAKE PASS WHITEH 17  03/26 17:12   35  03/26 17:12

...JUDITH BASIN COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
MDT GEYSER                34  03/26 17:14   43  03/26 16:54

...LEWIS AND CLARK COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
MDT BOWMANS CORNER WOLF C 28  03/26 15:41   38  03/26 12:06
HELENA AIRPORT            25  03/26 10:53   39  03/26 15:53
MDT MACDONALD PASS ELLIST 34  03/26 09:41   43  03/26 16:13
MDT ROGERS PASS LINCOLN   23  03/26 16:29   42  03/26 16:49

...LIBERTY COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
    CHESTER
CHESTER WU                26  03/26 17:25   37  03/26 17:05

...MADISON COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
MDT NORRIS HILL NORRIS    21  03/26 11:08   29  03/26 13:08
MDT RAYNOLDS PASS WEST YE 24  03/26 12:11   27  03/26 14:21

...MEAGHER COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
MDT DEEP CREEK WHITE SULP 30  03/26 20:14   38  03/26 19:19
MARTINSDALE DNET          23  03/25 22:32   32  03/26 02:32

...PONDERA COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
CONRAD SCAN               37  03/26 17:00   37  03/26 17:00
HEART BUTTE RAWS          30  03/26 17:00   44  03/26 17:00

...TETON COUNTY...
                        SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
GLEASON RAWS              22  03/25 22:09   48  03/25 22:09
MDT PENDROY               29  03/26 01:33   39  03/26 02:11
PENDROY TRMR 17WNW DNET   31  03/25 21:12   45  03/26 19:52

...TOOLE COUNTY...
                 SUST  TIME          PKGST  TIME
SHELBY 1N WU              30  03/26 16:44   35  03/26 16:44
MDT SUNBURST              30  03/26 18:01   39  03/26 18:01
MDT SWEETGRASS            31  03/26 15:08   39  03/26 14:28
WHITLASH FRED GEORGE 8.4W 33  03/26 15:33   39  03/26 19:53





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ARZ001-002-010-011-019-020-029-OKZ049-053>076-271415-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TULSA OK
905 PM CDT Thu Mar 26 2015

...NWS DAMAGE SURVEY FOR 03/25/15 TORNADO AND THUNDERSTORM WIND EVENT...

.SAND SPRINGS TORNADO...

RATING:                 EF-2
ESTIMATED PEAK WIND:    125 TO 135 MPH
PATH LENGTH /STATUTE/:  9 MILES
PATH WIDTH /MAXIMUM/:   800 YARDS
FATALITIES:             1
INJURIES:               30

START DATE:             MARCH 25 2015
START TIME:             525 PM CDT
START LOCATION:         6.3 W POGUE AIRPORT / OSAGE COUNTY / OK
START LAT/LON:          36.1752 / -96.2670

END DATE:               MARCH 25 2015
END TIME:               538 PM CDT
END LOCATION:           0.6 SW OF SAND SPRINGS / TULSA COUNTY / OK
END LAT/LON:            36.1332 / -96.1167

SURVEY SUMMARY:
A TORNADO DEVELOPED OVER KEYSTONE LAKE IN OSAGE COUNTY AND MOVED
EAST SOUTHEAST ACROSS HIGHWAY 412 NEAR THE BRIDGE. IT DAMAGED
RANCH HOUSES AND BARNS AS WELL AS A CHURCH ON 209TH WEST AVE. THE
TORNADO MOVED SOUTHEAST DAMAGING SEVERAL HOMES ON 193RD WEST AVE
AND CROSSED HIGHWAY 412 WHERE IT BLEW OVER A SEMI TRACTOR TRAILER.
LARGE UTILITY POLES WERE SNAPPED SOUTH OF HIGHWAY 412 AND A
DOUGHNUT BUSINESS WAS DESTROYED AT 177TH WEST AVE. THE TORNADO
CONTINUED SOUTHEAST ACROSS THE ARKANSAS RIVER THEN MOVED EASTWARD
ACROSS RIVER OAKS ESTATES MOBILE HOME PARK WHERE NUMEROUS HOMES
WERE DESTROYED...RESULTING IN ONE FATALITY AND 30 INJURIES. THE
TORNADO CROSSED THE RIVER AGAIN AS IT HEADED TOWARD SAND SPRINGS
WHERE IT DISSIPATED JUST BEFORE HIGHWAY 97. NUMEROUS TREES WERE
SNAPPED AND UPROOTED ALONG THE PATH AND MANY POWER POLES WERE
SNAPPED.

THE SURVEY TEAM ALSO ASSESSED EXTENSIVE WIND DAMAGE FURTHER TO THE
EAST ON CHARLES PAGE BLVD. A BROAD AREA OF WIND DAMAGE GENERALLY
FROM THE NORTH TO SOUTH CAUSED SHINGLE DAMAGE AND MINOR STRUCTURAL
DAMAGE TO MANY HOMES...UPROOTED NUMEROUS TREES...AND DAMAGED
BUSINESSES. THE NORTH FACING WALL OF A GYMNASTICS FACILITY HAD THE
NORTH FACING WALL COLLAPSE INWARD...RESULTING IN THE ROOF
COLLAPSING IN THAT PORTION OF THE BUILDING. SEVENTY FIVE
CHILDREN WERE IN THE FACILITY AT THE TIME AND WERE TAKEN TO
UNDERGROUND SHELTER BEFORE THE WIND STRUCK THE BUILDING. ESTIMATED
WIND IN THIS AREA WAS AROUND 100 MPH.

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. ANYONE WITH INFORMATION SUCH AS PHOTOS OR VIDEO THAT
COULD HELP WITH THE CONTINUED REVIEW OF THIS EVENT ARE URGED TO
CONTACT THE NWS TULSA OFFICE.

$$

EJC/SFP




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PNSTSA
ARZ001-002-010-011-019-020-029-OKZ049-053>076-271415-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TULSA OK
905 PM CDT Thu Mar 26 2015

...NWS DAMAGE SURVEY FOR 03/25/15 TORNADO AND THUNDERSTORM WIND EVENT...

.SAND SPRINGS TORNADO...

RATING:                 EF-2
ESTIMATED PEAK WIND:    125 TO 135 MPH
PATH LENGTH /STATUTE/:  9 MILES
PATH WIDTH /MAXIMUM/:   800 YARDS
FATALITIES:             1
INJURIES:               30

START DATE:             MARCH 25 2015
START TIME:             525 PM CDT
START LOCATION:         6.3 W POGUE AIRPORT / OSAGE COUNTY / OK
START LAT/LON:          36.1752 / -96.2670

END DATE:               MARCH 25 2015
END TIME:               538 PM CDT
END LOCATION:           0.6 SW OF SAND SPRINGS / TULSA COUNTY / OK
END LAT/LON:            36.1332 / -96.1167

SURVEY SUMMARY:
A TORNADO DEVELOPED OVER KEYSTONE LAKE IN OSAGE COUNTY AND MOVED
EAST SOUTHEAST ACROSS HIGHWAY 412 NEAR THE BRIDGE. IT DAMAGED
RANCH HOUSES AND BARNS AS WELL AS A CHURCH ON 209TH WEST AVE. THE
TORNADO MOVED SOUTHEAST DAMAGING SEVERAL HOMES ON 193RD WEST AVE
AND CROSSED HIGHWAY 412 WHERE IT BLEW OVER A SEMI TRACTOR TRAILER.
LARGE UTILITY POLES WERE SNAPPED SOUTH OF HIGHWAY 412 AND A
DOUGHNUT BUSINESS WAS DESTROYED AT 177TH WEST AVE. THE TORNADO
CONTINUED SOUTHEAST ACROSS THE ARKANSAS RIVER THEN MOVED EASTWARD
ACROSS RIVER OAKS ESTATES MOBILE HOME PARK WHERE NUMEROUS HOMES
WERE DESTROYED...RESULTING IN ONE FATALITY AND 30 INJURIES. THE
TORNADO CROSSED THE RIVER AGAIN AS IT HEADED TOWARD SAND SPRINGS
WHERE IT DISSIPATED JUST BEFORE HIGHWAY 97. NUMEROUS TREES WERE
SNAPPED AND UPROOTED ALONG THE PATH AND MANY POWER POLES WERE
SNAPPED.

THE SURVEY TEAM ALSO ASSESSED EXTENSIVE WIND DAMAGE FURTHER TO THE
EAST ON CHARLES PAGE BLVD. A BROAD AREA OF WIND DAMAGE GENERALLY
FROM THE NORTH TO SOUTH CAUSED SHINGLE DAMAGE AND MINOR STRUCTURAL
DAMAGE TO MANY HOMES...UPROOTED NUMEROUS TREES...AND DAMAGED
BUSINESSES. THE NORTH FACING WALL OF A GYMNASTICS FACILITY HAD THE
NORTH FACING WALL COLLAPSE INWARD...RESULTING IN THE ROOF
COLLAPSING IN THAT PORTION OF THE BUILDING. SEVENTY FIVE
CHILDREN WERE IN THE FACILITY AT THE TIME AND WERE TAKEN TO
UNDERGROUND SHELTER BEFORE THE WIND STRUCK THE BUILDING. ESTIMATED
WIND IN THIS AREA WAS AROUND 100 MPH.

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. ANYONE WITH INFORMATION SUCH AS PHOTOS OR VIDEO THAT
COULD HELP WITH THE CONTINUED REVIEW OF THIS EVENT ARE URGED TO
CONTACT THE NWS TULSA OFFICE.

$$

EJC/SFP



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NOUS44 KTSA 270205
PNSTSA
ARZ001-002-010-011-019-020-029-OKZ049-053>076-271415-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TULSA OK
905 PM CDT Thu Mar 26 2015

...NWS DAMAGE SURVEY FOR 03/25/15 TORNADO AND THUNDERSTORM WIND EVENT...

.SAND SPRINGS TORNADO...

RATING:                 EF-2
ESTIMATED PEAK WIND:    125 TO 135 MPH
PATH LENGTH /STATUTE/:  9 MILES
PATH WIDTH /MAXIMUM/:   800 YARDS
FATALITIES:             1
INJURIES:               30

START DATE:             MARCH 25 2015
START TIME:             525 PM CDT
START LOCATION:         6.3 W POGUE AIRPORT / OSAGE COUNTY / OK
START LAT/LON:          36.1752 / -96.2670

END DATE:               MARCH 25 2015
END TIME:               538 PM CDT
END LOCATION:           0.6 SW OF SAND SPRINGS / TULSA COUNTY / OK
END LAT/LON:            36.1332 / -96.1167

SURVEY SUMMARY:
A TORNADO DEVELOPED OVER KEYSTONE LAKE IN OSAGE COUNTY AND MOVED
EAST SOUTHEAST ACROSS HIGHWAY 412 NEAR THE BRIDGE. IT DAMAGED
RANCH HOUSES AND BARNS AS WELL AS A CHURCH ON 209TH WEST AVE. THE
TORNADO MOVED SOUTHEAST DAMAGING SEVERAL HOMES ON 193RD WEST AVE
AND CROSSED HIGHWAY 412 WHERE IT BLEW OVER A SEMI TRACTOR TRAILER.
LARGE UTILITY POLES WERE SNAPPED SOUTH OF HIGHWAY 412 AND A
DOUGHNUT BUSINESS WAS DESTROYED AT 177TH WEST AVE. THE TORNADO
CONTINUED SOUTHEAST ACROSS THE ARKANSAS RIVER THEN MOVED EASTWARD
ACROSS RIVER OAKS ESTATES MOBILE HOME PARK WHERE NUMEROUS HOMES
WERE DESTROYED...RESULTING IN ONE FATALITY AND 30 INJURIES. THE
TORNADO CROSSED THE RIVER AGAIN AS IT HEADED TOWARD SAND SPRINGS
WHERE IT DISSIPATED JUST BEFORE HIGHWAY 97. NUMEROUS TREES WERE
SNAPPED AND UPROOTED ALONG THE PATH AND MANY POWER POLES WERE
SNAPPED.

THE SURVEY TEAM ALSO ASSESSED EXTENSIVE WIND DAMAGE FURTHER TO THE
EAST ON CHARLES PAGE BLVD. A BROAD AREA OF WIND DAMAGE GENERALLY
FROM THE NORTH TO SOUTH CAUSED SHINGLE DAMAGE AND MINOR STRUCTURAL
DAMAGE TO MANY HOMES...UPROOTED NUMEROUS TREES...AND DAMAGED
BUSINESSES. THE NORTH FACING WALL OF A GYMNASTICS FACILITY HAD THE
NORTH FACING WALL COLLAPSE INWARD...RESULTING IN THE ROOF
COLLAPSING IN THAT PORTION OF THE BUILDING. SEVENTY FIVE
CHILDREN WERE IN THE FACILITY AT THE TIME AND WERE TAKEN TO
UNDERGROUND SHELTER BEFORE THE WIND STRUCK THE BUILDING. ESTIMATED
WIND IN THIS AREA WAS AROUND 100 MPH.

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. ANYONE WITH INFORMATION SUCH AS PHOTOS OR VIDEO THAT
COULD HELP WITH THE CONTINUED REVIEW OF THIS EVENT ARE URGED TO
CONTACT THE NWS TULSA OFFICE.

$$

EJC/SFP



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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
558 PM MDT THU MAR 26 2015

MTZ008>015-044>055-271715-


...Temperature and Precipitation Data for March so far...

March has turned out to be quite warm - so far. Besides four days
with below normal temeperatures at the beginning of the month, the
rest of the month has been at or above normal temperatures.
Accompanying the warm conditions has been below normal
precipitation. The following table summarizes the average
temperature and ranking of the month at several locations (through
March 25).

                            Temperatures
             Mar 1-25             Departure Warmest March  Records
Location      Average  Rank       fm Normal   Since         Began

Bozeman        38.3   7th warmest   +5.0      2012           1935
Cut Bank       37.3   6th warmest   +6.8      2007           1903
Dillon         39.5   6th warmest   +5.9      2007           1929
Great Falls    41.1   5th warmest   +7.7      2010           1891
Havre          38.2  11th warmest   +6.8      2012           1880
Helena         42.5   3rd warmest   +7.1      2007           1880
Lewistown      39.7   3rd warmest   +7.7      2007           1896

                            Precipitation
             Mar 1-25             Departure Driest March   Records
Location      Total    Rank       fm Normal   Since         Began

Bozeman        0.30   9th driest   -0.40      2013           1935
Cut Bank       0.25  49th driest   -0.14      2011           1903
Dillon         0.14   5th driest   -0.27      2007           1929
Great Falls    0.09   4th driest   -0.60      2007           1891
Havre          0.39  32nd driest   -0.02      2010           1880
Helena         0.15  12th driest   -0.30      2013           1880
Lewistown      0.34  24th driest   -0.39      2013           1896

The last couple of months have been warm and dry as well. Conditions
since the first of February are summarized below.

                            Temperatures
           Feb 1-Mar 25           Departure Warmest Such   Records
Location      Average  Rank       fm Normal Period Since    Began

Bozeman        35.1   2nd warmest   +6.3      1992           1935
Cut Bank       40.0  10th warmest   +4.7      1999           1903
Dillon         39.7   2nd warmest   +5.7      1999           1929
Great Falls    41.4  12th warmest   +5.1      1999           1891
Havre          38.9  19th warmest   +4.4      1992           1880
Helena         43.9   1st warmest   +7.3     old in 1992     1880
Lewistown      40.7   7th warmest   +5.7      1992           1896


Precipitation for the period from February 1 through March 25 is
more variable. Bozeman has had their 4th driest such period of
record, collecting only 0.45-inches. Great Falls has had their 9th
driest such period. This was their driest Feb 1- Mar 25 since 2004.





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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
558 PM MDT THU MAR 26 2015

MTZ008>015-044>055-271715-


...Temperature and Precipitation Data for March so far...

March has turned out to be quite warm - so far. Besides four days
with below normal temeperatures at the beginning of the month, the
rest of the month has been at or above normal temperatures.
Accompanying the warm conditions has been below normal
precipitation. The following table summarizes the average
temperature and ranking of the month at several locations (through
March 25).

                            Temperatures
             Mar 1-25             Departure Warmest March  Records
Location      Average  Rank       fm Normal   Since         Began

Bozeman        38.3   7th warmest   +5.0      2012           1935
Cut Bank       37.3   6th warmest   +6.8      2007           1903
Dillon         39.5   6th warmest   +5.9      2007           1929
Great Falls    41.1   5th warmest   +7.7      2010           1891
Havre          38.2  11th warmest   +6.8      2012           1880
Helena         42.5   3rd warmest   +7.1      2007           1880
Lewistown      39.7   3rd warmest   +7.7      2007           1896

                            Precipitation
             Mar 1-25             Departure Driest March   Records
Location      Total    Rank       fm Normal   Since         Began

Bozeman        0.30   9th driest   -0.40      2013           1935
Cut Bank       0.25  49th driest   -0.14      2011           1903
Dillon         0.14   5th driest   -0.27      2007           1929
Great Falls    0.09   4th driest   -0.60      2007           1891
Havre          0.39  32nd driest   -0.02      2010           1880
Helena         0.15  12th driest   -0.30      2013           1880
Lewistown      0.34  24th driest   -0.39      2013           1896

The last couple of months have been warm and dry as well. Conditions
since the first of February are summarized below.

                            Temperatures
           Feb 1-Mar 25           Departure Warmest Such   Records
Location      Average  Rank       fm Normal Period Since    Began

Bozeman        35.1   2nd warmest   +6.3      1992           1935
Cut Bank       40.0  10th warmest   +4.7      1999           1903
Dillon         39.7   2nd warmest   +5.7      1999           1929
Great Falls    41.4  12th warmest   +5.1      1999           1891
Havre          38.9  19th warmest   +4.4      1992           1880
Helena         43.9   1st warmest   +7.3     old in 1992     1880
Lewistown      40.7   7th warmest   +5.7      1992           1896


Precipitation for the period from February 1 through March 25 is
more variable. Bozeman has had their 4th driest such period of
record, collecting only 0.45-inches. Great Falls has had their 9th
driest such period. This was their driest Feb 1- Mar 25 since 2004.






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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
558 PM MDT THU MAR 26 2015

MTZ008>015-044>055-271715-


...Temperature and Precipitation Data for March so far...

March has turned out to be quite warm - so far. Besides four days
with below normal temeperatures at the beginning of the month, the
rest of the month has been at or above normal temperatures.
Accompanying the warm conditions has been below normal
precipitation. The following table summarizes the average
temperature and ranking of the month at several locations (through
March 25).

                            Temperatures
             Mar 1-25             Departure Warmest March  Records
Location      Average  Rank       fm Normal   Since         Began

Bozeman        38.3   7th warmest   +5.0      2012           1935
Cut Bank       37.3   6th warmest   +6.8      2007           1903
Dillon         39.5   6th warmest   +5.9      2007           1929
Great Falls    41.1   5th warmest   +7.7      2010           1891
Havre          38.2  11th warmest   +6.8      2012           1880
Helena         42.5   3rd warmest   +7.1      2007           1880
Lewistown      39.7   3rd warmest   +7.7      2007           1896

                            Precipitation
             Mar 1-25             Departure Driest March   Records
Location      Total    Rank       fm Normal   Since         Began

Bozeman        0.30   9th driest   -0.40      2013           1935
Cut Bank       0.25  49th driest   -0.14      2011           1903
Dillon         0.14   5th driest   -0.27      2007           1929
Great Falls    0.09   4th driest   -0.60      2007           1891
Havre          0.39  32nd driest   -0.02      2010           1880
Helena         0.15  12th driest   -0.30      2013           1880
Lewistown      0.34  24th driest   -0.39      2013           1896

The last couple of months have been warm and dry as well. Conditions
since the first of February are summarized below.

                            Temperatures
           Feb 1-Mar 25           Departure Warmest Such   Records
Location      Average  Rank       fm Normal Period Since    Began

Bozeman        35.1   2nd warmest   +6.3      1992           1935
Cut Bank       40.0  10th warmest   +4.7      1999           1903
Dillon         39.7   2nd warmest   +5.7      1999           1929
Great Falls    41.4  12th warmest   +5.1      1999           1891
Havre          38.9  19th warmest   +4.4      1992           1880
Helena         43.9   1st warmest   +7.3     old in 1992     1880
Lewistown      40.7   7th warmest   +5.7      1992           1896


Precipitation for the period from February 1 through March 25 is
more variable. Bozeman has had their 4th driest such period of
record, collecting only 0.45-inches. Great Falls has had their 9th
driest such period. This was their driest Feb 1- Mar 25 since 2004.





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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
558 PM MDT THU MAR 26 2015

MTZ008>015-044>055-271715-


...Temperature and Precipitation Data for March so far...

March has turned out to be quite warm - so far. Besides four days
with below normal temeperatures at the beginning of the month, the
rest of the month has been at or above normal temperatures.
Accompanying the warm conditions has been below normal
precipitation. The following table summarizes the average
temperature and ranking of the month at several locations (through
March 25).

                            Temperatures
             Mar 1-25             Departure Warmest March  Records
Location      Average  Rank       fm Normal   Since         Began

Bozeman        38.3   7th warmest   +5.0      2012           1935
Cut Bank       37.3   6th warmest   +6.8      2007           1903
Dillon         39.5   6th warmest   +5.9      2007           1929
Great Falls    41.1   5th warmest   +7.7      2010           1891
Havre          38.2  11th warmest   +6.8      2012           1880
Helena         42.5   3rd warmest   +7.1      2007           1880
Lewistown      39.7   3rd warmest   +7.7      2007           1896

                            Precipitation
             Mar 1-25             Departure Driest March   Records
Location      Total    Rank       fm Normal   Since         Began

Bozeman        0.30   9th driest   -0.40      2013           1935
Cut Bank       0.25  49th driest   -0.14      2011           1903
Dillon         0.14   5th driest   -0.27      2007           1929
Great Falls    0.09   4th driest   -0.60      2007           1891
Havre          0.39  32nd driest   -0.02      2010           1880
Helena         0.15  12th driest   -0.30      2013           1880
Lewistown      0.34  24th driest   -0.39      2013           1896

The last couple of months have been warm and dry as well. Conditions
since the first of February are summarized below.

                            Temperatures
           Feb 1-Mar 25           Departure Warmest Such   Records
Location      Average  Rank       fm Normal Period Since    Began

Bozeman        35.1   2nd warmest   +6.3      1992           1935
Cut Bank       40.0  10th warmest   +4.7      1999           1903
Dillon         39.7   2nd warmest   +5.7      1999           1929
Great Falls    41.4  12th warmest   +5.1      1999           1891
Havre          38.9  19th warmest   +4.4      1992           1880
Helena         43.9   1st warmest   +7.3     old in 1992     1880
Lewistown      40.7   7th warmest   +5.7      1992           1896


Precipitation for the period from February 1 through March 25 is
more variable. Bozeman has had their 4th driest such period of
record, collecting only 0.45-inches. Great Falls has had their 9th
driest such period. This was their driest Feb 1- Mar 25 since 2004.





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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
558 PM MDT THU MAR 26 2015

MTZ008>015-044>055-271715-


...Temperature and Precipitation Data for March so far...

March has turned out to be quite warm - so far. Besides four days
with below normal temeperatures at the beginning of the month, the
rest of the month has been at or above normal temperatures.
Accompanying the warm conditions has been below normal
precipitation. The following table summarizes the average
temperature and ranking of the month at several locations (through
March 25).

                            Temperatures
             Mar 1-25             Departure Warmest March  Records
Location      Average  Rank       fm Normal   Since         Began

Bozeman        38.3   7th warmest   +5.0      2012           1935
Cut Bank       37.3   6th warmest   +6.8      2007           1903
Dillon         39.5   6th warmest   +5.9      2007           1929
Great Falls    41.1   5th warmest   +7.7      2010           1891
Havre          38.2  11th warmest   +6.8      2012           1880
Helena         42.5   3rd warmest   +7.1      2007           1880
Lewistown      39.7   3rd warmest   +7.7      2007           1896

                            Precipitation
             Mar 1-25             Departure Driest March   Records
Location      Total    Rank       fm Normal   Since         Began

Bozeman        0.30   9th driest   -0.40      2013           1935
Cut Bank       0.25  49th driest   -0.14      2011           1903
Dillon         0.14   5th driest   -0.27      2007           1929
Great Falls    0.09   4th driest   -0.60      2007           1891
Havre          0.39  32nd driest   -0.02      2010           1880
Helena         0.15  12th driest   -0.30      2013           1880
Lewistown      0.34  24th driest   -0.39      2013           1896

The last couple of months have been warm and dry as well. Conditions
since the first of February are summarized below.

                            Temperatures
           Feb 1-Mar 25           Departure Warmest Such   Records
Location      Average  Rank       fm Normal Period Since    Began

Bozeman        35.1   2nd warmest   +6.3      1992           1935
Cut Bank       40.0  10th warmest   +4.7      1999           1903
Dillon         39.7   2nd warmest   +5.7      1999           1929
Great Falls    41.4  12th warmest   +5.1      1999           1891
Havre          38.9  19th warmest   +4.4      1992           1880
Helena         43.9   1st warmest   +7.3     old in 1992     1880
Lewistown      40.7   7th warmest   +5.7      1992           1896


Precipitation for the period from February 1 through March 25 is
more variable. Bozeman has had their 4th driest such period of
record, collecting only 0.45-inches. Great Falls has had their 9th
driest such period. This was their driest Feb 1- Mar 25 since 2004.





000
NOUS45 KTFX 262358
PNSTFX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
558 PM MDT THU MAR 26 2015

MTZ008>015-044>055-271715-


...Temperature and Precipitation Data for March so far...

March has turned out to be quite warm - so far. Besides four days
with below normal temeperatures at the beginning of the month, the
rest of the month has been at or above normal temperatures.
Accompanying the warm conditions has been below normal
precipitation. The following table summarizes the average
temperature and ranking of the month at several locations (through
March 25).

                            Temperatures
             Mar 1-25             Departure Warmest March  Records
Location      Average  Rank       fm Normal   Since         Began

Bozeman        38.3   7th warmest   +5.0      2012           1935
Cut Bank       37.3   6th warmest   +6.8      2007           1903
Dillon         39.5   6th warmest   +5.9      2007           1929
Great Falls    41.1   5th warmest   +7.7      2010           1891
Havre          38.2  11th warmest   +6.8      2012           1880
Helena         42.5   3rd warmest   +7.1      2007           1880
Lewistown      39.7   3rd warmest   +7.7      2007           1896

                            Precipitation
             Mar 1-25             Departure Driest March   Records
Location      Total    Rank       fm Normal   Since         Began

Bozeman        0.30   9th driest   -0.40      2013           1935
Cut Bank       0.25  49th driest   -0.14      2011           1903
Dillon         0.14   5th driest   -0.27      2007           1929
Great Falls    0.09   4th driest   -0.60      2007           1891
Havre          0.39  32nd driest   -0.02      2010           1880
Helena         0.15  12th driest   -0.30      2013           1880
Lewistown      0.34  24th driest   -0.39      2013           1896

The last couple of months have been warm and dry as well. Conditions
since the first of February are summarized below.

                            Temperatures
           Feb 1-Mar 25           Departure Warmest Such   Records
Location      Average  Rank       fm Normal Period Since    Began

Bozeman        35.1   2nd warmest   +6.3      1992           1935
Cut Bank       40.0  10th warmest   +4.7      1999           1903
Dillon         39.7   2nd warmest   +5.7      1999           1929
Great Falls    41.4  12th warmest   +5.1      1999           1891
Havre          38.9  19th warmest   +4.4      1992           1880
Helena         43.9   1st warmest   +7.3     old in 1992     1880
Lewistown      40.7   7th warmest   +5.7      1992           1896


Precipitation for the period from February 1 through March 25 is
more variable. Bozeman has had their 4th driest such period of
record, collecting only 0.45-inches. Great Falls has had their 9th
driest such period. This was their driest Feb 1- Mar 25 since 2004.





000
NOUS45 KPUB 262259
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-262359

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
459 PM MDT THU MAR 26 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 61
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 25
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 59
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 23
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 59
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 13
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0


$$


000
NOUS45 KPUB 262259
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-262359

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
459 PM MDT THU MAR 26 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 61
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 25
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 59
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 23
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 59
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 13
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0


$$



000
NOUS45 KPUB 262259
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-262359

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
459 PM MDT THU MAR 26 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 61
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 25
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 59
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 23
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 59
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 13
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0


$$



000
NOUS45 KPUB 262259
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-262359

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
459 PM MDT THU MAR 26 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 61
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 25
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 59
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 23
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 59
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 13
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0


$$



000
NOUS45 KPUB 262259
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-262359

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
459 PM MDT THU MAR 26 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 61
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 25
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 59
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 23
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 59
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 13
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0


$$



000
NOUS44 KEWX 262244
PNSEWX
TXZ171>173-183>194-202>209-217>225-228-271041-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AUSTIN/SAN ANTONIO TX
541 PM CDT THU MAR 26 2015


...PEAK WIND GUSTS TODAY THROUGH 5 PM CDT...

LOCATION                     SPEED     TIME/DATE
3 NNE AUSTIN                 46 MPH    1235 PM 03/26
9 SW GONZALES                43 MPH    0637 AM 03/26
3 NE HOLLYWOOD PARK          41 MPH    0101 PM 03/26
BERGSTROM INTL AIRPORT       40 MPH    1022 AM 03/26
SAN ANTONIO INTL ARPT        40 MPH    1121 AM 03/26
NEW BRAUNFELS MUNICIPAL AIRP 39 MPH    0532 AM 03/26
LAUGHLIN AFB                 39 MPH    0949 AM 03/26
SUNSET VALLEY                39 MPH    1005 AM 03/26
RANDOLPH AFB                 39 MPH    0545 AM 03/26
DEL RIO INTL AIRPORT         38 MPH    1108 AM 03/26
WINDCREST                    38 MPH    1233 PM 03/26
KERRVILLE MUNI /LOUIS SCHREI 38 MPH    1215 PM 03/26
HONDO MUNICIPAL AIRPORT      37 MPH    0954 AM 03/26
GONZALES AIRPORT             37 MPH    0635 AM 03/26
STAPLES                      36 MPH    1247 PM 03/26
5 ENE HOLLYWOOD PARK         36 MPH    0815 AM 03/26
1 SSW LOST MAPLES STATE PARK 36 MPH    1246 PM 03/26
RUSTY ALLEN AP               36 MPH    0435 AM 03/26
PORT SAN ANTONIO             36 MPH    0730 AM 03/26
STINSON MUNICIPAL AIRPORT    36 MPH    0847 AM 03/26
LA GRANGE                    35 MPH    0155 PM 03/26
2 WSW TIMBERWOOD PARK        35 MPH    1004 AM 03/26
SAN MARCOS MUNICIPAL AIRPORT 35 MPH    0147 PM 03/26
FREDERICKSBURG               35 MPH    1235 PM 03/26
2 ENE BRIARCLIFF             34 MPH    0955 AM 03/26
14 NNW ALAMO VILLAGE         34 MPH    1000 AM 03/26
BOERNE STAGE AIRPORT         33 MPH    1135 AM 03/26
LLANO                        33 MPH    0235 AM 03/26
2 SSW GEORGETOWN             33 MPH    0236 PM 03/26
3 SSW TAYLOR                 33 MPH    0207 PM 03/26
5 WSW HARPER                 33 MPH    0110 PM 03/26
BURNET MUNICIPAL KATE CRADDO 32 MPH    0126 PM 03/26
1 NW CAMP SWIFT              32 MPH    1108 AM 03/26
6 SSE GIDDINGS               32 MPH    1003 AM 03/26
5 SSE BEE CAVE               32 MPH    0230 PM 03/26
4 SSE BEE CAVE               32 MPH    0308 PM 03/26
5 E VANDERPOOL               32 MPH    1153 AM 03/26
AUSTIN EXECUTIVE AIRPORT     32 MPH    0335 PM 03/26
1 W PEARSALL                 32 MPH    1010 AM 03/26
7 SSE PONTOTOC               31 MPH    0509 AM 03/26
8 SSW BERTRAM                31 MPH    0235 PM 03/26
LULING                       31 MPH    0158 PM 03/26
4 ENE BULVERDE               31 MPH    1041 AM 03/26
3 NE CEDAR PARK              31 MPH    0922 AM 03/26
4 SSW WELLS BRANCH           31 MPH    1031 AM 03/26
5 NE DRIFTWOOD               31 MPH    0425 PM 03/26
2 E CANYON LAKE DAM          31 MPH    1242 PM 03/26
GIDDINGS                     31 MPH    1035 AM 03/26
5 ESE GONZALES               30 MPH    0815 AM 03/26
6 NNE DRIPPING SPRINGS       30 MPH    0835 AM 03/26
DIMMIT CNTY AP               30 MPH    0815 AM 03/26
4 WNW CEDAR CREEK            30 MPH    1020 AM 03/26
SELMA                        30 MPH    0110 PM 03/26
HORSESHOE BAY RESORT AP      30 MPH    0715 AM 03/26
4 NNW LULING                 30 MPH    1045 AM 03/26
3 SE AUSTIN                  30 MPH    0117 PM 03/26
4 WSW BARTLETT               30 MPH    0453 PM 03/26
GEORGETOWN MUNICIPAL AIRPORT 30 MPH    0415 AM 03/26
CAMP MABRY                   29 MPH    0451 PM 03/26


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

$$

NWS AUSTIN/SAN ANTONIO TX



000
NOUS44 KEWX 262244
PNSEWX
TXZ171>173-183>194-202>209-217>225-228-271041-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AUSTIN/SAN ANTONIO TX
541 PM CDT THU MAR 26 2015


...PEAK WIND GUSTS TODAY THROUGH 5 PM CDT...

LOCATION                     SPEED     TIME/DATE
3 NNE AUSTIN                 46 MPH    1235 PM 03/26
9 SW GONZALES                43 MPH    0637 AM 03/26
3 NE HOLLYWOOD PARK          41 MPH    0101 PM 03/26
BERGSTROM INTL AIRPORT       40 MPH    1022 AM 03/26
SAN ANTONIO INTL ARPT        40 MPH    1121 AM 03/26
NEW BRAUNFELS MUNICIPAL AIRP 39 MPH    0532 AM 03/26
LAUGHLIN AFB                 39 MPH    0949 AM 03/26
SUNSET VALLEY                39 MPH    1005 AM 03/26
RANDOLPH AFB                 39 MPH    0545 AM 03/26
DEL RIO INTL AIRPORT         38 MPH    1108 AM 03/26
WINDCREST                    38 MPH    1233 PM 03/26
KERRVILLE MUNI /LOUIS SCHREI 38 MPH    1215 PM 03/26
HONDO MUNICIPAL AIRPORT      37 MPH    0954 AM 03/26
GONZALES AIRPORT             37 MPH    0635 AM 03/26
STAPLES                      36 MPH    1247 PM 03/26
5 ENE HOLLYWOOD PARK         36 MPH    0815 AM 03/26
1 SSW LOST MAPLES STATE PARK 36 MPH    1246 PM 03/26
RUSTY ALLEN AP               36 MPH    0435 AM 03/26
PORT SAN ANTONIO             36 MPH    0730 AM 03/26
STINSON MUNICIPAL AIRPORT    36 MPH    0847 AM 03/26
LA GRANGE                    35 MPH    0155 PM 03/26
2 WSW TIMBERWOOD PARK        35 MPH    1004 AM 03/26
SAN MARCOS MUNICIPAL AIRPORT 35 MPH    0147 PM 03/26
FREDERICKSBURG               35 MPH    1235 PM 03/26
2 ENE BRIARCLIFF             34 MPH    0955 AM 03/26
14 NNW ALAMO VILLAGE         34 MPH    1000 AM 03/26
BOERNE STAGE AIRPORT         33 MPH    1135 AM 03/26
LLANO                        33 MPH    0235 AM 03/26
2 SSW GEORGETOWN             33 MPH    0236 PM 03/26
3 SSW TAYLOR                 33 MPH    0207 PM 03/26
5 WSW HARPER                 33 MPH    0110 PM 03/26
BURNET MUNICIPAL KATE CRADDO 32 MPH    0126 PM 03/26
1 NW CAMP SWIFT              32 MPH    1108 AM 03/26
6 SSE GIDDINGS               32 MPH    1003 AM 03/26
5 SSE BEE CAVE               32 MPH    0230 PM 03/26
4 SSE BEE CAVE               32 MPH    0308 PM 03/26
5 E VANDERPOOL               32 MPH    1153 AM 03/26
AUSTIN EXECUTIVE AIRPORT     32 MPH    0335 PM 03/26
1 W PEARSALL                 32 MPH    1010 AM 03/26
7 SSE PONTOTOC               31 MPH    0509 AM 03/26
8 SSW BERTRAM                31 MPH    0235 PM 03/26
LULING                       31 MPH    0158 PM 03/26
4 ENE BULVERDE               31 MPH    1041 AM 03/26
3 NE CEDAR PARK              31 MPH    0922 AM 03/26
4 SSW WELLS BRANCH           31 MPH    1031 AM 03/26
5 NE DRIFTWOOD               31 MPH    0425 PM 03/26
2 E CANYON LAKE DAM          31 MPH    1242 PM 03/26
GIDDINGS                     31 MPH    1035 AM 03/26
5 ESE GONZALES               30 MPH    0815 AM 03/26
6 NNE DRIPPING SPRINGS       30 MPH    0835 AM 03/26
DIMMIT CNTY AP               30 MPH    0815 AM 03/26
4 WNW CEDAR CREEK            30 MPH    1020 AM 03/26
SELMA                        30 MPH    0110 PM 03/26
HORSESHOE BAY RESORT AP      30 MPH    0715 AM 03/26
4 NNW LULING                 30 MPH    1045 AM 03/26
3 SE AUSTIN                  30 MPH    0117 PM 03/26
4 WSW BARTLETT               30 MPH    0453 PM 03/26
GEORGETOWN MUNICIPAL AIRPORT 30 MPH    0415 AM 03/26
CAMP MABRY                   29 MPH    0451 PM 03/26


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

$$

NWS AUSTIN/SAN ANTONIO TX


000
NOUS41 KALY 262214
PNSALY
CTZ001-013-MAZ001-025-NYZ032-033-038>043-047>054-058>061-063>066-082>084-
VTZ013>015-271014-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
SPOTTER REPORTS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBANY NY
614 PM EDT THU MAR 26 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE UNOFFICIAL OBSERVATIONS TAKEN DURING THE PAST 7
HOURS FOR THE STORM THAT HAS BEEN AFFECTING OUR REGION. APPRECIATION
IS EXTENDED TO HIGHWAY DEPARTMENTS...COOPERATIVE OBSERVERS...SKYWARN
SPOTTERS AND MEDIA FOR THESE REPORTS. THIS SUMMARY IS ALSO AVAILABLE
ON OUR HOME PAGE AT WEATHER.GOV/ALBANY

********************STORM TOTAL RAINFALL********************

LOCATION          STORM TOTAL     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     RAINFALL           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

MASSACHUSETTS

...BERKSHIRE COUNTY...
   PITTSFIELD            0.14   458 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6

NEW YORK

...ALBANY COUNTY...
   LATHAM                0.15   505 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   ALBANY                0.11   555 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6

...COLUMBIA COUNTY...
   ANCRAMDALE            0.17   545 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   LIVINGSTON            0.08   502 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   CRARYVILLE            0.06  1155 AM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   CHATHAM CENTER        0.04   504 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6

...FULTON COUNTY...
   PERTH                 0.62   446 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6

...GREENE COUNTY...
   NORTON HILL           0.50   534 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   HALCOTT CENTER        0.17   509 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   CATSKILL              0.08   511 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   GREENVILLE CENTER     0.02   434 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6

...HAMILTON COUNTY...
   WELLS                 0.30   527 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6

...MONTGOMERY COUNTY...
   CANAJOHARIE           0.54   555 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   FONDA                 0.52   544 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   PALATINE BRIDGE       0.48   522 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   AMSTERDAM             0.47   455 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   HESSVILLE             0.39   458 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   GLEN                  0.25   139 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6

...RENSSELAER COUNTY...
   TROY                  0.25   505 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   SPEIGLETOWN           0.20   447 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6

...SARATOGA COUNTY...
   CHARLTON              0.50   505 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   PORTER CORNERS        0.32   530 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   MILTON                0.32   535 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   MALTA                 0.25   406 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6

...SCHOHARIE COUNTY...
   SUMMIT                0.43   437 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   MIDDLEBURGH           0.20   446 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   JEFFERSON             0.10   417 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   CHARLOTTEVILLE        0.10   452 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6

...ULSTER COUNTY...
   PHOENICIA             0.10   536 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6

...WARREN COUNTY...
   BRANT LAKE            0.31   447 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   WARRENSBURG           0.30   527 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6

VERMONT

...BENNINGTON COUNTY...
   MANCHESTER            0.23   545 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   WEST ARLINGTON        0.22   529 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   LANDGROVE             0.16   452 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6

$$

KSL



000
NOUS41 KALY 262214
PNSALY
CTZ001-013-MAZ001-025-NYZ032-033-038>043-047>054-058>061-063>066-082>084-
VTZ013>015-271014-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
SPOTTER REPORTS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBANY NY
614 PM EDT THU MAR 26 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE UNOFFICIAL OBSERVATIONS TAKEN DURING THE PAST 7
HOURS FOR THE STORM THAT HAS BEEN AFFECTING OUR REGION. APPRECIATION
IS EXTENDED TO HIGHWAY DEPARTMENTS...COOPERATIVE OBSERVERS...SKYWARN
SPOTTERS AND MEDIA FOR THESE REPORTS. THIS SUMMARY IS ALSO AVAILABLE
ON OUR HOME PAGE AT WEATHER.GOV/ALBANY

********************STORM TOTAL RAINFALL********************

LOCATION          STORM TOTAL     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     RAINFALL           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

MASSACHUSETTS

...BERKSHIRE COUNTY...
   PITTSFIELD            0.14   458 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6

NEW YORK

...ALBANY COUNTY...
   LATHAM                0.15   505 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   ALBANY                0.11   555 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6

...COLUMBIA COUNTY...
   ANCRAMDALE            0.17   545 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   LIVINGSTON            0.08   502 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   CRARYVILLE            0.06  1155 AM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   CHATHAM CENTER        0.04   504 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6

...FULTON COUNTY...
   PERTH                 0.62   446 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6

...GREENE COUNTY...
   NORTON HILL           0.50   534 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   HALCOTT CENTER        0.17   509 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   CATSKILL              0.08   511 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   GREENVILLE CENTER     0.02   434 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6

...HAMILTON COUNTY...
   WELLS                 0.30   527 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6

...MONTGOMERY COUNTY...
   CANAJOHARIE           0.54   555 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   FONDA                 0.52   544 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   PALATINE BRIDGE       0.48   522 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   AMSTERDAM             0.47   455 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   HESSVILLE             0.39   458 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   GLEN                  0.25   139 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6

...RENSSELAER COUNTY...
   TROY                  0.25   505 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   SPEIGLETOWN           0.20   447 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6

...SARATOGA COUNTY...
   CHARLTON              0.50   505 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   PORTER CORNERS        0.32   530 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   MILTON                0.32   535 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   MALTA                 0.25   406 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6

...SCHOHARIE COUNTY...
   SUMMIT                0.43   437 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   MIDDLEBURGH           0.20   446 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   JEFFERSON             0.10   417 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   CHARLOTTEVILLE        0.10   452 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6

...ULSTER COUNTY...
   PHOENICIA             0.10   536 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6

...WARREN COUNTY...
   BRANT LAKE            0.31   447 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   WARRENSBURG           0.30   527 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6

VERMONT

...BENNINGTON COUNTY...
   MANCHESTER            0.23   545 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   WEST ARLINGTON        0.22   529 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6
   LANDGROVE             0.16   452 PM  3/26  WEATHERNET6

$$

KSL


000
NOUS44 KOUN 262139 CCA
PNSOUN

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORMAN OK
440 PM CDT THU MAR 26 2015

...PRELIMINARY DAMAGE SURVEY RESULTS FROM MARCH 25TH SEVERE WEATHER...

SURVEY TEAMS HAVE COMPLETED DAMAGE ASSESSMENT OVER WESTERN AND SOUTHERN
PORTIONS OF OKLAHOMA CITY AND MOORE. MORE THAN ONE TORNADO HAS BEEN
CONFIRMED...WITH THE STRONGEST BEING IN MOORE WITH HIGH-END EF1
DAMAGE. SURVEY TEAMS HAVE CONCLUDED THAT THERE WAS A LARGE AREA OF
70 MPH TO 80 MPH RFD WINDS WITH EMBEDDED BRIEF/WEAK TORNADOES. THE
EXACT NUMBER AND STRENGTH OF THE TORNADOES WILL BE CALCULATED OVER
THE NEXT FEW DAYS.

$$



000
NOUS44 KOUN 262130
PNSOUN

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORMAN OK
430 PM CDT THU MAR 26 2015

...PRELIMINARY DAMAGE SURVEY RESULTS FROM MARCH 25TH SEVERE WEATHER...

SURVEY TEAMS HAVE COMPLETED DAMAGE ASSESSMENT OVER WESTERN AND SOUTHERN
PORTIONS OF OKLAHOMA CITY AND MOORE. MORE THAN ONE TORNADO HAS BEEN
CONFIRMED...WITH THE STRONGEST BEING IN MOORE WITH WITH HIGH-END EF1
DAMAGE. SURVEY TEAMS HAVE CONCLUDED THAT THERE WAS A LARGE AREA OF
70 MPH TO 80 MPH RFD WINDS WITH EMBEDDED BRIEF/WEAK TORNADOES. THE
EXACT NUMBER AND STRENGTH OF THE TORNADOES WILL BE CALCULATED OVER
THE NEXT FEW DAYS.

$$


000
NOUS44 KOUN 262130
PNSOUN

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORMAN OK
430 PM CDT THU MAR 26 2015

...PRELIMINARY DAMAGE SURVEY RESULTS FROM MARCH 25TH SEVERE WEATHER...

SURVEY TEAMS HAVE COMPLETED DAMAGE ASSESSMENT OVER WESTERN AND SOUTHERN
PORTIONS OF OKLAHOMA CITY AND MOORE. MORE THAN ONE TORNADO HAS BEEN
CONFIRMED...WITH THE STRONGEST BEING IN MOORE WITH WITH HIGH-END EF1
DAMAGE. SURVEY TEAMS HAVE CONCLUDED THAT THERE WAS A LARGE AREA OF
70 MPH TO 80 MPH RFD WINDS WITH EMBEDDED BRIEF/WEAK TORNADOES. THE
EXACT NUMBER AND STRENGTH OF THE TORNADOES WILL BE CALCULATED OVER
THE NEXT FEW DAYS.

$$



000
NOUS45 KBOI 262056
PNSBOI
IDZ011>016-028>030-033-ORZ061>064-270900-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BOISE ID
256 PM MDT THU MAR 26 2015

...RECORD AND NEAR-RECORD MAX TEMPERATURES FORECAST FOR FRIDAY
MARCH TWENTY SEVENTH...

LISTED BELOW ARE CITIES WITH THE FORECAST TEMPERATURE...THE
RECORD TEMPERATURE...THE YEAR OF THE RECORD TEMPERATURE...AND THE
PERIOD OF RECORD.

...SOUTHWEST IDAHO...

CITY.........FORECAST TEMP...RECORD TEMP...YEAR SET...YEARS
BOISE..............75............78..........1877......140
MOUNTAIN HOME......76............75..........1988.......97
CALDWELL...........75............77..........1986.......92
MCCALL.............63............62..........1978.......95
IDAHO CITY.........72............73..........1978......104
JEROME.............73............75..........1997.......97
TWIN FALLS CITY....75............74..........1988.......69
FAIRFIELD..........68............70..........1986.......58

...SOUTHEAST OREGON...

CITY.........FORECAST TEMP...RECORD TEMP...YEAR SET...YEARS
BURNS..............73............72..........1966.......84
BAKER CITY.........71............74..........1966.......72
ROME...............76............75..........1978.......59

$$


000
NOUS45 KBOI 262056
PNSBOI
IDZ011>016-028>030-033-ORZ061>064-270900-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BOISE ID
256 PM MDT THU MAR 26 2015

...RECORD AND NEAR-RECORD MAX TEMPERATURES FORECAST FOR FRIDAY
MARCH TWENTY SEVENTH...

LISTED BELOW ARE CITIES WITH THE FORECAST TEMPERATURE...THE
RECORD TEMPERATURE...THE YEAR OF THE RECORD TEMPERATURE...AND THE
PERIOD OF RECORD.

...SOUTHWEST IDAHO...

CITY.........FORECAST TEMP...RECORD TEMP...YEAR SET...YEARS
BOISE..............75............78..........1877......140
MOUNTAIN HOME......76............75..........1988.......97
CALDWELL...........75............77..........1986.......92
MCCALL.............63............62..........1978.......95
IDAHO CITY.........72............73..........1978......104
JEROME.............73............75..........1997.......97
TWIN FALLS CITY....75............74..........1988.......69
FAIRFIELD..........68............70..........1986.......58

...SOUTHEAST OREGON...

CITY.........FORECAST TEMP...RECORD TEMP...YEAR SET...YEARS
BURNS..............73............72..........1966.......84
BAKER CITY.........71............74..........1966.......72
ROME...............76............75..........1978.......59

$$



000
NOUS45 KBOI 262056
PNSBOI
IDZ011>016-028>030-033-ORZ061>064-270900-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BOISE ID
256 PM MDT THU MAR 26 2015

...RECORD AND NEAR-RECORD MAX TEMPERATURES FORECAST FOR FRIDAY
MARCH TWENTY SEVENTH...

LISTED BELOW ARE CITIES WITH THE FORECAST TEMPERATURE...THE
RECORD TEMPERATURE...THE YEAR OF THE RECORD TEMPERATURE...AND THE
PERIOD OF RECORD.

...SOUTHWEST IDAHO...

CITY.........FORECAST TEMP...RECORD TEMP...YEAR SET...YEARS
BOISE..............75............78..........1877......140
MOUNTAIN HOME......76............75..........1988.......97
CALDWELL...........75............77..........1986.......92
MCCALL.............63............62..........1978.......95
IDAHO CITY.........72............73..........1978......104
JEROME.............73............75..........1997.......97
TWIN FALLS CITY....75............74..........1988.......69
FAIRFIELD..........68............70..........1986.......58

...SOUTHEAST OREGON...

CITY.........FORECAST TEMP...RECORD TEMP...YEAR SET...YEARS
BURNS..............73............72..........1966.......84
BAKER CITY.........71............74..........1966.......72
ROME...............76............75..........1978.......59

$$



000
NOUS45 KBOI 262056
PNSBOI
IDZ011>016-028>030-033-ORZ061>064-270900-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BOISE ID
256 PM MDT THU MAR 26 2015

...RECORD AND NEAR-RECORD MAX TEMPERATURES FORECAST FOR FRIDAY
MARCH TWENTY SEVENTH...

LISTED BELOW ARE CITIES WITH THE FORECAST TEMPERATURE...THE
RECORD TEMPERATURE...THE YEAR OF THE RECORD TEMPERATURE...AND THE
PERIOD OF RECORD.

...SOUTHWEST IDAHO...

CITY.........FORECAST TEMP...RECORD TEMP...YEAR SET...YEARS
BOISE..............75............78..........1877......140
MOUNTAIN HOME......76............75..........1988.......97
CALDWELL...........75............77..........1986.......92
MCCALL.............63............62..........1978.......95
IDAHO CITY.........72............73..........1978......104
JEROME.............73............75..........1997.......97
TWIN FALLS CITY....75............74..........1988.......69
FAIRFIELD..........68............70..........1986.......58

...SOUTHEAST OREGON...

CITY.........FORECAST TEMP...RECORD TEMP...YEAR SET...YEARS
BURNS..............73............72..........1966.......84
BAKER CITY.........71............74..........1966.......72
ROME...............76............75..........1978.......59

$$



000
NOUS45 KBOI 262056
PNSBOI
IDZ011>016-028>030-033-ORZ061>064-270900-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BOISE ID
256 PM MDT THU MAR 26 2015

...RECORD AND NEAR-RECORD MAX TEMPERATURES FORECAST FOR FRIDAY
MARCH TWENTY SEVENTH...

LISTED BELOW ARE CITIES WITH THE FORECAST TEMPERATURE...THE
RECORD TEMPERATURE...THE YEAR OF THE RECORD TEMPERATURE...AND THE
PERIOD OF RECORD.

...SOUTHWEST IDAHO...

CITY.........FORECAST TEMP...RECORD TEMP...YEAR SET...YEARS
BOISE..............75............78..........1877......140
MOUNTAIN HOME......76............75..........1988.......97
CALDWELL...........75............77..........1986.......92
MCCALL.............63............62..........1978.......95
IDAHO CITY.........72............73..........1978......104
JEROME.............73............75..........1997.......97
TWIN FALLS CITY....75............74..........1988.......69
FAIRFIELD..........68............70..........1986.......58

...SOUTHEAST OREGON...

CITY.........FORECAST TEMP...RECORD TEMP...YEAR SET...YEARS
BURNS..............73............72..........1966.......84
BAKER CITY.........71............74..........1966.......72
ROME...............76............75..........1978.......59

$$



000
NOUS45 KBOI 262056
PNSBOI
IDZ011>016-028>030-033-ORZ061>064-270900-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BOISE ID
256 PM MDT THU MAR 26 2015

...RECORD AND NEAR-RECORD MAX TEMPERATURES FORECAST FOR FRIDAY
MARCH TWENTY SEVENTH...

LISTED BELOW ARE CITIES WITH THE FORECAST TEMPERATURE...THE
RECORD TEMPERATURE...THE YEAR OF THE RECORD TEMPERATURE...AND THE
PERIOD OF RECORD.

...SOUTHWEST IDAHO...

CITY.........FORECAST TEMP...RECORD TEMP...YEAR SET...YEARS
BOISE..............75............78..........1877......140
MOUNTAIN HOME......76............75..........1988.......97
CALDWELL...........75............77..........1986.......92
MCCALL.............63............62..........1978.......95
IDAHO CITY.........72............73..........1978......104
JEROME.............73............75..........1997.......97
TWIN FALLS CITY....75............74..........1988.......69
FAIRFIELD..........68............70..........1986.......58

...SOUTHEAST OREGON...

CITY.........FORECAST TEMP...RECORD TEMP...YEAR SET...YEARS
BURNS..............73............72..........1966.......84
BAKER CITY.........71............74..........1966.......72
ROME...............76............75..........1978.......59

$$



000
NOUS44 KHGX 261843
PNSHGX
TXZ213-214-235>238-GMZ335-291900-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HOUSTON/GALVESTON TX
142 PM CDT THU MAR 26 2015

...AREAS TX8 AND TX9 OF GALVESTON BAY CLOSES FOR SHELLFISH
HARVESTING...

THE TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF STATE HEALTH SERVICES ANNOUNCES THAT
EFFECTIVE AT 12:01 AM FRIDAY MARCH 27 2015...THE APPROVED HARVEST
AREA TX8 OF GALVESTON BAY...AND APPROVED HARVEST AREA TX9 OF WEST
GALVESTON BAY...AS DEPICTED ON THE MAP DATED NOVEMBER 1 2014... WILL
BE CLOSED TO THE HARVESTING OF MOLLUSCAN SHELLFISH DEFINED AS
OYSTERS...CLAMS AND MUSSELS.

$$


000
NOUS45 KBOU 261520
PNSBOU

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DENVER/BOULDER CO
920 AM MDT THU MAR 26 2015

...DENVER METRO AREA SNOWFALL REPORTS...

NOTE: ALL REPORTS ARE IN INCHES
NOTE: T = TRACE (LESS THAN 0.1 INCH)

                     SNOWFALL        SNOWFALL        SNOWFALL
                   24 HOUR TOTAL   MONTHLY TOTAL   SEASONAL TOTAL
                                     (MARCH)      (7/1/14-6/30/15)

DENVER INTL AIRPORT      1.0           2.9             48.5
THROUGH 5 AM

DENVER-STAPLETON         0.5           3.1             50.2
THROUGH 6 AM

DENVER CITY PARK         1.3           4.3             50.6
THROUGH MIDNIGHT

EVERGREEN                0.5           1.6             51.9
THROUGH 8 AM

NORTH LONGMONT           0.6           2.6             43.3
THROUGH 7 AM

WHEAT RIDGE              0.8           3.4             63.8
THROUGH 7 AM

$$


000
NOUS45 KBOU 261520
PNSBOU

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DENVER/BOULDER CO
920 AM MDT THU MAR 26 2015

...DENVER METRO AREA SNOWFALL REPORTS...

NOTE: ALL REPORTS ARE IN INCHES
NOTE: T = TRACE (LESS THAN 0.1 INCH)

                     SNOWFALL        SNOWFALL        SNOWFALL
                   24 HOUR TOTAL   MONTHLY TOTAL   SEASONAL TOTAL
                                     (MARCH)      (7/1/14-6/30/15)

DENVER INTL AIRPORT      1.0           2.9             48.5
THROUGH 5 AM

DENVER-STAPLETON         0.5           3.1             50.2
THROUGH 6 AM

DENVER CITY PARK         1.3           4.3             50.6
THROUGH MIDNIGHT

EVERGREEN                0.5           1.6             51.9
THROUGH 8 AM

NORTH LONGMONT           0.6           2.6             43.3
THROUGH 7 AM

WHEAT RIDGE              0.8           3.4             63.8
THROUGH 7 AM

$$


000
NOUS45 KBOU 261520
PNSBOU

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DENVER/BOULDER CO
920 AM MDT THU MAR 26 2015

...DENVER METRO AREA SNOWFALL REPORTS...

NOTE: ALL REPORTS ARE IN INCHES
NOTE: T = TRACE (LESS THAN 0.1 INCH)

                     SNOWFALL        SNOWFALL        SNOWFALL
                   24 HOUR TOTAL   MONTHLY TOTAL   SEASONAL TOTAL
                                     (MARCH)      (7/1/14-6/30/15)

DENVER INTL AIRPORT      1.0           2.9             48.5
THROUGH 5 AM

DENVER-STAPLETON         0.5           3.1             50.2
THROUGH 6 AM

DENVER CITY PARK         1.3           4.3             50.6
THROUGH MIDNIGHT

EVERGREEN                0.5           1.6             51.9
THROUGH 8 AM

NORTH LONGMONT           0.6           2.6             43.3
THROUGH 7 AM

WHEAT RIDGE              0.8           3.4             63.8
THROUGH 7 AM

$$


000
NOUS45 KBOU 261520
PNSBOU

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DENVER/BOULDER CO
920 AM MDT THU MAR 26 2015

...DENVER METRO AREA SNOWFALL REPORTS...

NOTE: ALL REPORTS ARE IN INCHES
NOTE: T = TRACE (LESS THAN 0.1 INCH)

                     SNOWFALL        SNOWFALL        SNOWFALL
                   24 HOUR TOTAL   MONTHLY TOTAL   SEASONAL TOTAL
                                     (MARCH)      (7/1/14-6/30/15)

DENVER INTL AIRPORT      1.0           2.9             48.5
THROUGH 5 AM

DENVER-STAPLETON         0.5           3.1             50.2
THROUGH 6 AM

DENVER CITY PARK         1.3           4.3             50.6
THROUGH MIDNIGHT

EVERGREEN                0.5           1.6             51.9
THROUGH 8 AM

NORTH LONGMONT           0.6           2.6             43.3
THROUGH 7 AM

WHEAT RIDGE              0.8           3.4             63.8
THROUGH 7 AM

$$


000
NOUS43 KSGF 261431
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-271430

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
930 AM CDT THU MAR 26 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Douglas   Ava                    76  43   2.07
Barry     Roaring River SP       66  37   1.90
Dallas    Windyville 4nw         M   M    0.65
Morgan    Gravois Mills          62  38   0.71
Stone     Kimberling City 5NW    M   M    1.80
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            68  41   1.17
Webster   Niangua                72  40   1.33   Pea to dime sized hail
Douglas   Dora 8N                M   M    1.55
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            70  40   1.33   Pea sized hail
Morgan    Laurie 4W              M   M    0.50
Webster   Seymour 1N             M   M    2.0
Crawford  Farlington             M   M    0.59
Dallas    Fair Grove 3NE         M   39   1.20   Pea sized hail
Shannon   Eminence 20NW          M   M    1.50
Benton    Edwards 6W             68  41   0.50
Hickory   Pittsburg 4W           M   M    0.40
Ozark     Wasola 3S              M   M    1.10

$$



Frye



000
NOUS43 KSGF 261431
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-271430

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
930 AM CDT THU MAR 26 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Douglas   Ava                    76  43   2.07
Barry     Roaring River SP       66  37   1.90
Dallas    Windyville 4nw         M   M    0.65
Morgan    Gravois Mills          62  38   0.71
Stone     Kimberling City 5NW    M   M    1.80
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            68  41   1.17
Webster   Niangua                72  40   1.33   Pea to dime sized hail
Douglas   Dora 8N                M   M    1.55
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            70  40   1.33   Pea sized hail
Morgan    Laurie 4W              M   M    0.50
Webster   Seymour 1N             M   M    2.0
Crawford  Farlington             M   M    0.59
Dallas    Fair Grove 3NE         M   39   1.20   Pea sized hail
Shannon   Eminence 20NW          M   M    1.50
Benton    Edwards 6W             68  41   0.50
Hickory   Pittsburg 4W           M   M    0.40
Ozark     Wasola 3S              M   M    1.10

$$



Frye


000
NOUS41 KCLE 261217
PNSCLE
PAZ001>003-271400-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CLEVELAND OH
815 AM EST THU MAR 26 2015

...PENNSYLVANIA SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK...

THIS IS SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK IN PENNSYLVANIA.

NOW IS THE TIME TO PREPARE FOR THE UPCOMING SEVERE WEATHER SEASON.

WE ARE COVERING A DIFFERENT SAFETY TOPIC EACH DAY OF THIS WEEK.

OUR SEVERE WEATHER AND WEATHER SAFETY TOPIC FOR TODAY IS...
RIVER FLOODING AND RIVER FLOOD SAFETY.

PENNSYLVANIA HAS AN EXTENSIVE RIVER SYSTEM THAT IS SCENIC AND
BEAUTIFUL. MOST OF THE TOWNS AND CITIES WERE FOUNDED ON THE BANKS
OF A RIVER OR LARGE CREEK. THIS MEANS THAT WHEN RIVER LEVELS RISE..
.MANY PEOPLE WILL BE AFFECTED AT THE SAME TIME. THE RISING RIVER
WATERS CAN BECOME DESTRUCTIVE...AND EVEN DEADLY.

SIGNIFICANT...WIDESPREAD RIVER FLOODS HAVE OCCURRED IN PENNSYLVANIA
ALMOST EVERY YEAR.

WHAT CAUSES RIVER FLOODS?

GENERALLY...RIVER FLOODS HAPPEN DUE TO PROLONGED PERIODS OF
WIDESPREAD HEAVY RAINFALL.

OUR RIVERS CAN FLOOD ANYTIME OF THE YEAR. IN SPRING AND
SUMMER...COMPLEXES OF SLOW MOVING THUNDERSTORMS CAN CAUSE THE
RIVERS TO FLOOD. DURING LATE SUMMER AND FALL...HEAVY RAIN FROM
TROPICAL STORMS AND HURRICANES ARE THE BIGGEST CAUSE OF RIVER
FLOODING.

SOMETIMES...AN EXTENSIVE SNOW MELT OCCURS AT THE SAME TIME AS
HEAVY RAIN. THIS IS ESPECIALLY TRUE IN LATE WINTER AND EARLY
SPRING WHEN THE SNOW PACK OF THE PREVIOUS WINTER MELTS AWAY.
THE DESTRUCTIVE FLOODING OF JANUARY 1996 WAS ONE SUCH SITUATION
WHERE SNOW MELT AND HEAVY RAIN COMBINE TO PUSH RIVER LEVELS EVEN
HIGHER.

RIVER FLOODING CAN RESULT IN WIDESPREAD PROPERTY DAMAGE AND MAY
RESULT IN LOSS OF LIFE. MORE THAN 50 PERCENT OF THE DEATHS
ASSOCIATED WITH FLOODING ARE AUTOMOBILE RELATED.

WHAT DOES A FLOOD WATCH MEAN?

A FLOOD WATCH MEANS THERE IS POTENTIAL FOR FLOODING TO OCCUR...
NOT THAT RIVER FLOODING IS OCCURRING. A FLOOD WATCH IS TYPICALLY
ISSUED FOR AN AREA MANY COUNTIES IN SIZE...AND IS USUALLY ISSUED
12 TO 24 HOURS BEFORE FLOODING IS EXPECTED TO START. WITH THE
ADVANCE NOTICE OF A WATCH...YOU WILL HAVE MORE TIME TO PREPARE
FOR THE FLOODING.

WHAT YOU SHOULD DO WHEN A FLOOD WATCH IS ISSUED?

GO ABOUT YOUR NORMAL ACTIVITIES...BUT MAKE PERIODIC CHECKS OF
NOAA WEATHER RADIO OR OTHER MEDIA OUTLETS FOR UPDATES AND POSSIBLE
FLOOD WARNINGS. LISTEN FOR RIVER LEVEL FORECASTS FROM THE NATIONAL
WEATHER SERVICE. GET READY TO MOVE YOUR PERSONAL PROPERTY OUT OF
THE AREAS THAT ARE KNOWN TO FLOOD. IF YOU LIVE IN THE FLOOD PLAIN...
BE PREPARED TO EVACUATE IF ORDERED TO DO SO.

IF YOU LIVE OR WORK IN AN AREA WHICH IS PRONE TO FLOODING...
HAVE A SAFE EVACUATION ROUTE TO USE IF FLOODING OCCURS. MAKE
SURE EVERYONE IN YOUR HOME OR OFFICE KNOWS WHERE TO GO IF FLOODING
OCCURS. MOVE UP TO HIGHER GROUND TO ESCAPE FLOOD WATERS. KEEP A
BATTERY OPERATED RADIO...AND SEVERAL WORKING FLASHLIGHTS AVAILABLE.
TAKE PRECAUTIONS TO SECURE YOUR PROPERTY.

WHAT DOES A RIVER FLOOD WARNING MEAN?

A RIVER FLOOD WARNING MEANS THAT RIVER LEVELS WILL EXCEED FLOOD
STAGE AT CERTAIN POINTS ALONG OUR LARGER RIVERS...LIKE THE
SUSQUEHANNA AND JUNIATA RIVERS.

BECAUSE RIVER FLOODS TAKE LONGER TO DEVELOP THAN FLASH FLOODING
DOES...RIVER FLOODS MAY NOT POSE AS MUCH OF A THREAT TO LIFE...
BUT RIVER FLOODS CAN TAKE A MUCH LARGER TOLL ON PROPERTY AND
INFRASTRUCTURE.

WHAT SHOULD YOU DO WHEN A RIVER FLOOD WARNING IS ISSUED?

GATHER ALL NECESSARY ITEMS...INCLUDING MEDICINE AND CLOTHING...
IN THE EVENT THAT YOU CANNOT RETURN HOME FOR SEVERAL DAYS. MAKE
ARRANGEMENTS TO PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY BY MOVING YOUR VALUABLES
TO HIGHER GROUND...OR TO AN UPPER LEVEL OF YOUR HOME.

OBEY EVACUATION ORDERS FROM EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT OR LOCAL LAW
ENFORCEMENT OFFICIALS...AVOIDING ANY ROADS THAT ARE OR MAY BE
COVERED WITH WATER.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON RIVER FLOODING AND SEVERE WEATHER
CHECK OUT OUR WEB SITE AT:

WEATHER.GOV/CLE...ALL IN LOWER CASE.

OUR WEATHER SAFETY TOPIC FOR FRIDAY WILL BE...
SKYWARN SEVERE WEATHER SPOTTERS.

$$





000
NOUS41 KCLE 261217
PNSCLE
PAZ001>003-271400-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CLEVELAND OH
815 AM EST THU MAR 26 2015

...PENNSYLVANIA SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK...

THIS IS SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK IN PENNSYLVANIA.

NOW IS THE TIME TO PREPARE FOR THE UPCOMING SEVERE WEATHER SEASON.

WE ARE COVERING A DIFFERENT SAFETY TOPIC EACH DAY OF THIS WEEK.

OUR SEVERE WEATHER AND WEATHER SAFETY TOPIC FOR TODAY IS...
RIVER FLOODING AND RIVER FLOOD SAFETY.

PENNSYLVANIA HAS AN EXTENSIVE RIVER SYSTEM THAT IS SCENIC AND
BEAUTIFUL. MOST OF THE TOWNS AND CITIES WERE FOUNDED ON THE BANKS
OF A RIVER OR LARGE CREEK. THIS MEANS THAT WHEN RIVER LEVELS RISE..
.MANY PEOPLE WILL BE AFFECTED AT THE SAME TIME. THE RISING RIVER
WATERS CAN BECOME DESTRUCTIVE...AND EVEN DEADLY.

SIGNIFICANT...WIDESPREAD RIVER FLOODS HAVE OCCURRED IN PENNSYLVANIA
ALMOST EVERY YEAR.

WHAT CAUSES RIVER FLOODS?

GENERALLY...RIVER FLOODS HAPPEN DUE TO PROLONGED PERIODS OF
WIDESPREAD HEAVY RAINFALL.

OUR RIVERS CAN FLOOD ANYTIME OF THE YEAR. IN SPRING AND
SUMMER...COMPLEXES OF SLOW MOVING THUNDERSTORMS CAN CAUSE THE
RIVERS TO FLOOD. DURING LATE SUMMER AND FALL...HEAVY RAIN FROM
TROPICAL STORMS AND HURRICANES ARE THE BIGGEST CAUSE OF RIVER
FLOODING.

SOMETIMES...AN EXTENSIVE SNOW MELT OCCURS AT THE SAME TIME AS
HEAVY RAIN. THIS IS ESPECIALLY TRUE IN LATE WINTER AND EARLY
SPRING WHEN THE SNOW PACK OF THE PREVIOUS WINTER MELTS AWAY.
THE DESTRUCTIVE FLOODING OF JANUARY 1996 WAS ONE SUCH SITUATION
WHERE SNOW MELT AND HEAVY RAIN COMBINE TO PUSH RIVER LEVELS EVEN
HIGHER.

RIVER FLOODING CAN RESULT IN WIDESPREAD PROPERTY DAMAGE AND MAY
RESULT IN LOSS OF LIFE. MORE THAN 50 PERCENT OF THE DEATHS
ASSOCIATED WITH FLOODING ARE AUTOMOBILE RELATED.

WHAT DOES A FLOOD WATCH MEAN?

A FLOOD WATCH MEANS THERE IS POTENTIAL FOR FLOODING TO OCCUR...
NOT THAT RIVER FLOODING IS OCCURRING. A FLOOD WATCH IS TYPICALLY
ISSUED FOR AN AREA MANY COUNTIES IN SIZE...AND IS USUALLY ISSUED
12 TO 24 HOURS BEFORE FLOODING IS EXPECTED TO START. WITH THE
ADVANCE NOTICE OF A WATCH...YOU WILL HAVE MORE TIME TO PREPARE
FOR THE FLOODING.

WHAT YOU SHOULD DO WHEN A FLOOD WATCH IS ISSUED?

GO ABOUT YOUR NORMAL ACTIVITIES...BUT MAKE PERIODIC CHECKS OF
NOAA WEATHER RADIO OR OTHER MEDIA OUTLETS FOR UPDATES AND POSSIBLE
FLOOD WARNINGS. LISTEN FOR RIVER LEVEL FORECASTS FROM THE NATIONAL
WEATHER SERVICE. GET READY TO MOVE YOUR PERSONAL PROPERTY OUT OF
THE AREAS THAT ARE KNOWN TO FLOOD. IF YOU LIVE IN THE FLOOD PLAIN...
BE PREPARED TO EVACUATE IF ORDERED TO DO SO.

IF YOU LIVE OR WORK IN AN AREA WHICH IS PRONE TO FLOODING...
HAVE A SAFE EVACUATION ROUTE TO USE IF FLOODING OCCURS. MAKE
SURE EVERYONE IN YOUR HOME OR OFFICE KNOWS WHERE TO GO IF FLOODING
OCCURS. MOVE UP TO HIGHER GROUND TO ESCAPE FLOOD WATERS. KEEP A
BATTERY OPERATED RADIO...AND SEVERAL WORKING FLASHLIGHTS AVAILABLE.
TAKE PRECAUTIONS TO SECURE YOUR PROPERTY.

WHAT DOES A RIVER FLOOD WARNING MEAN?

A RIVER FLOOD WARNING MEANS THAT RIVER LEVELS WILL EXCEED FLOOD
STAGE AT CERTAIN POINTS ALONG OUR LARGER RIVERS...LIKE THE
SUSQUEHANNA AND JUNIATA RIVERS.

BECAUSE RIVER FLOODS TAKE LONGER TO DEVELOP THAN FLASH FLOODING
DOES...RIVER FLOODS MAY NOT POSE AS MUCH OF A THREAT TO LIFE...
BUT RIVER FLOODS CAN TAKE A MUCH LARGER TOLL ON PROPERTY AND
INFRASTRUCTURE.

WHAT SHOULD YOU DO WHEN A RIVER FLOOD WARNING IS ISSUED?

GATHER ALL NECESSARY ITEMS...INCLUDING MEDICINE AND CLOTHING...
IN THE EVENT THAT YOU CANNOT RETURN HOME FOR SEVERAL DAYS. MAKE
ARRANGEMENTS TO PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY BY MOVING YOUR VALUABLES
TO HIGHER GROUND...OR TO AN UPPER LEVEL OF YOUR HOME.

OBEY EVACUATION ORDERS FROM EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT OR LOCAL LAW
ENFORCEMENT OFFICIALS...AVOIDING ANY ROADS THAT ARE OR MAY BE
COVERED WITH WATER.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON RIVER FLOODING AND SEVERE WEATHER
CHECK OUT OUR WEB SITE AT:

WEATHER.GOV/CLE...ALL IN LOWER CASE.

OUR WEATHER SAFETY TOPIC FOR FRIDAY WILL BE...
SKYWARN SEVERE WEATHER SPOTTERS.

$$




000
NOUS41 KCLE 261217
PNSCLE
PAZ001>003-271400-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CLEVELAND OH
815 AM EST THU MAR 26 2015

...PENNSYLVANIA SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK...

THIS IS SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK IN PENNSYLVANIA.

NOW IS THE TIME TO PREPARE FOR THE UPCOMING SEVERE WEATHER SEASON.

WE ARE COVERING A DIFFERENT SAFETY TOPIC EACH DAY OF THIS WEEK.

OUR SEVERE WEATHER AND WEATHER SAFETY TOPIC FOR TODAY IS...
RIVER FLOODING AND RIVER FLOOD SAFETY.

PENNSYLVANIA HAS AN EXTENSIVE RIVER SYSTEM THAT IS SCENIC AND
BEAUTIFUL. MOST OF THE TOWNS AND CITIES WERE FOUNDED ON THE BANKS
OF A RIVER OR LARGE CREEK. THIS MEANS THAT WHEN RIVER LEVELS RISE..
.MANY PEOPLE WILL BE AFFECTED AT THE SAME TIME. THE RISING RIVER
WATERS CAN BECOME DESTRUCTIVE...AND EVEN DEADLY.

SIGNIFICANT...WIDESPREAD RIVER FLOODS HAVE OCCURRED IN PENNSYLVANIA
ALMOST EVERY YEAR.

WHAT CAUSES RIVER FLOODS?

GENERALLY...RIVER FLOODS HAPPEN DUE TO PROLONGED PERIODS OF
WIDESPREAD HEAVY RAINFALL.

OUR RIVERS CAN FLOOD ANYTIME OF THE YEAR. IN SPRING AND
SUMMER...COMPLEXES OF SLOW MOVING THUNDERSTORMS CAN CAUSE THE
RIVERS TO FLOOD. DURING LATE SUMMER AND FALL...HEAVY RAIN FROM
TROPICAL STORMS AND HURRICANES ARE THE BIGGEST CAUSE OF RIVER
FLOODING.

SOMETIMES...AN EXTENSIVE SNOW MELT OCCURS AT THE SAME TIME AS
HEAVY RAIN. THIS IS ESPECIALLY TRUE IN LATE WINTER AND EARLY
SPRING WHEN THE SNOW PACK OF THE PREVIOUS WINTER MELTS AWAY.
THE DESTRUCTIVE FLOODING OF JANUARY 1996 WAS ONE SUCH SITUATION
WHERE SNOW MELT AND HEAVY RAIN COMBINE TO PUSH RIVER LEVELS EVEN
HIGHER.

RIVER FLOODING CAN RESULT IN WIDESPREAD PROPERTY DAMAGE AND MAY
RESULT IN LOSS OF LIFE. MORE THAN 50 PERCENT OF THE DEATHS
ASSOCIATED WITH FLOODING ARE AUTOMOBILE RELATED.

WHAT DOES A FLOOD WATCH MEAN?

A FLOOD WATCH MEANS THERE IS POTENTIAL FOR FLOODING TO OCCUR...
NOT THAT RIVER FLOODING IS OCCURRING. A FLOOD WATCH IS TYPICALLY
ISSUED FOR AN AREA MANY COUNTIES IN SIZE...AND IS USUALLY ISSUED
12 TO 24 HOURS BEFORE FLOODING IS EXPECTED TO START. WITH THE
ADVANCE NOTICE OF A WATCH...YOU WILL HAVE MORE TIME TO PREPARE
FOR THE FLOODING.

WHAT YOU SHOULD DO WHEN A FLOOD WATCH IS ISSUED?

GO ABOUT YOUR NORMAL ACTIVITIES...BUT MAKE PERIODIC CHECKS OF
NOAA WEATHER RADIO OR OTHER MEDIA OUTLETS FOR UPDATES AND POSSIBLE
FLOOD WARNINGS. LISTEN FOR RIVER LEVEL FORECASTS FROM THE NATIONAL
WEATHER SERVICE. GET READY TO MOVE YOUR PERSONAL PROPERTY OUT OF
THE AREAS THAT ARE KNOWN TO FLOOD. IF YOU LIVE IN THE FLOOD PLAIN...
BE PREPARED TO EVACUATE IF ORDERED TO DO SO.

IF YOU LIVE OR WORK IN AN AREA WHICH IS PRONE TO FLOODING...
HAVE A SAFE EVACUATION ROUTE TO USE IF FLOODING OCCURS. MAKE
SURE EVERYONE IN YOUR HOME OR OFFICE KNOWS WHERE TO GO IF FLOODING
OCCURS. MOVE UP TO HIGHER GROUND TO ESCAPE FLOOD WATERS. KEEP A
BATTERY OPERATED RADIO...AND SEVERAL WORKING FLASHLIGHTS AVAILABLE.
TAKE PRECAUTIONS TO SECURE YOUR PROPERTY.

WHAT DOES A RIVER FLOOD WARNING MEAN?

A RIVER FLOOD WARNING MEANS THAT RIVER LEVELS WILL EXCEED FLOOD
STAGE AT CERTAIN POINTS ALONG OUR LARGER RIVERS...LIKE THE
SUSQUEHANNA AND JUNIATA RIVERS.

BECAUSE RIVER FLOODS TAKE LONGER TO DEVELOP THAN FLASH FLOODING
DOES...RIVER FLOODS MAY NOT POSE AS MUCH OF A THREAT TO LIFE...
BUT RIVER FLOODS CAN TAKE A MUCH LARGER TOLL ON PROPERTY AND
INFRASTRUCTURE.

WHAT SHOULD YOU DO WHEN A RIVER FLOOD WARNING IS ISSUED?

GATHER ALL NECESSARY ITEMS...INCLUDING MEDICINE AND CLOTHING...
IN THE EVENT THAT YOU CANNOT RETURN HOME FOR SEVERAL DAYS. MAKE
ARRANGEMENTS TO PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY BY MOVING YOUR VALUABLES
TO HIGHER GROUND...OR TO AN UPPER LEVEL OF YOUR HOME.

OBEY EVACUATION ORDERS FROM EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT OR LOCAL LAW
ENFORCEMENT OFFICIALS...AVOIDING ANY ROADS THAT ARE OR MAY BE
COVERED WITH WATER.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON RIVER FLOODING AND SEVERE WEATHER
CHECK OUT OUR WEB SITE AT:

WEATHER.GOV/CLE...ALL IN LOWER CASE.

OUR WEATHER SAFETY TOPIC FOR FRIDAY WILL BE...
SKYWARN SEVERE WEATHER SPOTTERS.

$$





000
NOUS43 KGLD 261203
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT THU MAR 26 2015

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

IN 1910, FIVE TOWNSHIPS IN RAWLINS COUNTY, KANSAS, WERE INVOLVED FIGHTING
MAJOR GRASS FIRES THAT WERE SPREAD BY 40 MPH WINDS. TWO MEN, WHO WERE
PLOWING SOME FIRE BREAKS AHEAD OF THE FLAMES, WERE BADLY BURNED.

IN 1911, THE DAY DAWNED CLEAR AND COOL 12 MILES NORTH OF STUDLEY IN
SHERIDAN COUNTY. SOON A HIGH WIND CAME UP FROM THE NORTHWEST CREATING
DUST SO THICK IT DARKENED ROOMS UNTIL IT WAS NECESSARY TO LIGHT LAMPS
TO SEE DURING THE NOON TIME HOURS.

IN 1916, A LARGE PRAIRIE FIRE DEVELOPED ALONG THE LOGAN AND WICHITA
COUNTY LINE. FUELED BY DRY GRASSES AND STRONG NORTHWEST WINDS, THE FIRE
QUICKLY SPREAD INTO NORTHERN WICHITA COUNTY. A NUMBER OF FARMSTEADS
WERE BADLY BURNED, AND ONE REPORT STATED A NUMBER OF HORSES GOT THEIR
TAILS CAUGHT ON FIRE.


$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 261203
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT THU MAR 26 2015

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

IN 1910, FIVE TOWNSHIPS IN RAWLINS COUNTY, KANSAS, WERE INVOLVED FIGHTING
MAJOR GRASS FIRES THAT WERE SPREAD BY 40 MPH WINDS. TWO MEN, WHO WERE
PLOWING SOME FIRE BREAKS AHEAD OF THE FLAMES, WERE BADLY BURNED.

IN 1911, THE DAY DAWNED CLEAR AND COOL 12 MILES NORTH OF STUDLEY IN
SHERIDAN COUNTY. SOON A HIGH WIND CAME UP FROM THE NORTHWEST CREATING
DUST SO THICK IT DARKENED ROOMS UNTIL IT WAS NECESSARY TO LIGHT LAMPS
TO SEE DURING THE NOON TIME HOURS.

IN 1916, A LARGE PRAIRIE FIRE DEVELOPED ALONG THE LOGAN AND WICHITA
COUNTY LINE. FUELED BY DRY GRASSES AND STRONG NORTHWEST WINDS, THE FIRE
QUICKLY SPREAD INTO NORTHERN WICHITA COUNTY. A NUMBER OF FARMSTEADS
WERE BADLY BURNED, AND ONE REPORT STATED A NUMBER OF HORSES GOT THEIR
TAILS CAUGHT ON FIRE.


$$



000
NOUS43 KGLD 261203
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT THU MAR 26 2015

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

IN 1910, FIVE TOWNSHIPS IN RAWLINS COUNTY, KANSAS, WERE INVOLVED FIGHTING
MAJOR GRASS FIRES THAT WERE SPREAD BY 40 MPH WINDS. TWO MEN, WHO WERE
PLOWING SOME FIRE BREAKS AHEAD OF THE FLAMES, WERE BADLY BURNED.

IN 1911, THE DAY DAWNED CLEAR AND COOL 12 MILES NORTH OF STUDLEY IN
SHERIDAN COUNTY. SOON A HIGH WIND CAME UP FROM THE NORTHWEST CREATING
DUST SO THICK IT DARKENED ROOMS UNTIL IT WAS NECESSARY TO LIGHT LAMPS
TO SEE DURING THE NOON TIME HOURS.

IN 1916, A LARGE PRAIRIE FIRE DEVELOPED ALONG THE LOGAN AND WICHITA
COUNTY LINE. FUELED BY DRY GRASSES AND STRONG NORTHWEST WINDS, THE FIRE
QUICKLY SPREAD INTO NORTHERN WICHITA COUNTY. A NUMBER OF FARMSTEADS
WERE BADLY BURNED, AND ONE REPORT STATED A NUMBER OF HORSES GOT THEIR
TAILS CAUGHT ON FIRE.


$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 261203
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT THU MAR 26 2015

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

IN 1910, FIVE TOWNSHIPS IN RAWLINS COUNTY, KANSAS, WERE INVOLVED FIGHTING
MAJOR GRASS FIRES THAT WERE SPREAD BY 40 MPH WINDS. TWO MEN, WHO WERE
PLOWING SOME FIRE BREAKS AHEAD OF THE FLAMES, WERE BADLY BURNED.

IN 1911, THE DAY DAWNED CLEAR AND COOL 12 MILES NORTH OF STUDLEY IN
SHERIDAN COUNTY. SOON A HIGH WIND CAME UP FROM THE NORTHWEST CREATING
DUST SO THICK IT DARKENED ROOMS UNTIL IT WAS NECESSARY TO LIGHT LAMPS
TO SEE DURING THE NOON TIME HOURS.

IN 1916, A LARGE PRAIRIE FIRE DEVELOPED ALONG THE LOGAN AND WICHITA
COUNTY LINE. FUELED BY DRY GRASSES AND STRONG NORTHWEST WINDS, THE FIRE
QUICKLY SPREAD INTO NORTHERN WICHITA COUNTY. A NUMBER OF FARMSTEADS
WERE BADLY BURNED, AND ONE REPORT STATED A NUMBER OF HORSES GOT THEIR
TAILS CAUGHT ON FIRE.


$$



000
NOUS43 KMQT 260049
PNSMQT
MIZ001>015-084-085-990-991-

SNOWFALL REPORTS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MARQUETTE MI
834 PM EDT WED MAR 25 2015

THE TOTALS BELOW ARE NOT NECESSARILY THE FINAL AMOUNT FOR EACH
LOCATION...BUT INCLUDE MOST OF THE SNOW THAT FELL DURING THE MORNING
OF 3/25.

SNOW REPORTS LISTED BY AMOUNT
                                                       TIME/
INCHES  LOCATION                 ST  COUNTY            DATE
------  -----------------------  --  --------------    ------
  5.0   ALBERTA                  MI  BARAGA            0900 AM
        CO-OP OBSERVER STATION ALBERTA FORD            03/25
        FORESTRY CENTER /ALBM4/ HEAVY SNOW
        DURATION 24 HOURS.

  4.6   5 SW NATIONAL MINE       MI  MARQUETTE         0700 PM
        SNOWFALL SO FAR TODAY. MOST SNOW FELL          03/25
        BETWEEN 6AM AND 11AM EDT. LIQUID
        EQUIVALENT OF 0.48 INCHES. SNOW
        DURATION 13 HOURS.

  4.5   4 NE NEGAUNEE            MI  MARQUETTE         0500 PM
        TOTAL SNOWFALL TODAY. 0.43 INCHES OF           03/25
        LIQUID EQUIVALENT. MOST SNOW FELL
        BETWEEN 7AM AND 11AM EDT. SNOW DURATION
        12 HOURS.

  4.5   3 E PEAVY FALLS DAM      MI  IRON              0416 PM
        SNOWFALL TODAY. MOST SNOW FELL DURING          03/25
        THE MORNING.

  4.5   3 NNE ALSTON             MI  HOUGHTON          0915 AM
        AROUND 2 INCHES FELL IN ONE HOUR THIS          03/25
        MORNING. SNOW HAS DIMINISHED TO
        FLURRIES AT REPORT TIME. SNOW DURATION
        10 HOURS.

  4.1   6 E CHAMPION             MI  MARQUETTE         0600 PM
        CO-OP OBSERVER STATION CLARKSBURG              03/25
        /CLKM4/

  4.1   3 SE BIG BAY             MI  MARQUETTE         1149 AM
        SNOWED BETWEEN 0630 AND 1130 EDT. SNOW         03/25
        DURATION 5 HOURS. OBSERVER LOCATION BIG
        BAY.

  4.0   SPALDING                 MI  MENOMINEE         0222 PM
        4.0 INCHES OF SNOWFALL THROUGH 1100 AM         03/25
        EDT. REPORT VIA SOCIAL MEDIA. SNOW
        DURATION 6 HOURS.

  4.0   L`ANSE                   MI  BARAGA            0141 PM
        VILLAGE OF L`ANSE FIRE DEPARTMENT              03/25
        MEASURED A STORM TOTAL OF 4.0 INCHES.
        SNOW DURATION 5 HOURS.

  4.0   CHASSELL                 MI  HOUGHTON          1100 AM
        STORM TOTAL MEASURED AT 4.0 INCHES.            03/25
        REPORT VIA SOCIAL MEDIA. SNOW DURATION
        11 HOURS.

  3.8   5 ESE CHASSELL           MI  HOUGHTON          1134 AM
        STORM TOTAL 3.8 INCHES OF SNOW. SNOW           03/25
        DURATION 5 HOURS. OBSERVER LOCATION
        JACOBSVILLE.

  3.8   1 SSE NORWAY             MI  DICKINSON         1032 AM
        FLURRIES AT LATEST REPORT. STORM TOTAL         03/25
        SO FAR IS 3.8 INCHES. SNOW DURATION 9
        HOURS. OBSERVER LOCATION NORWAY.

  3.7   2 N STONINGTON           MI  DELTA             0237 PM
        ESTIMATED BETWEEN 3.5 AND 4.0 INCHES OF        03/25
        SNOWFALL. SNOW DURATION 5 HOURS.
        OBSERVER LOCATION RAPID RIVER.

  3.5   AU TRAIN                 MI  ALGER             0742 PM
        SNOWFALL OVER THE PAST 13 HOURS. MOST          03/25
        FELL FROM 7AM TO NOON EDT.

  3.5   IRON MOUNTAIN            MI  DICKINSON         1015 AM
        SNOW DURATION 5 HOURS.                         03/25

  3.3   8 NNW ISHPEMING          MI  MARQUETTE         1029 AM
        REPORT VIA SOCIAL MEDIA. SNOW DURATION         03/25
        7 HOURS.

  3.0   4 E DEERTON              MI  ALGER             0722 PM
        SNOWFALL TODAY, WITH MOST FALLING              03/25
        BETWEEN 7AM AND NOON EDT.

  3.0   MCMILLAN                 MI  LUCE              0717 PM
        SNOWFALL TODAY, WITH MOST FALLING              03/25
        BETWEEN 7AM AND 1PM EDT.

  3.0   2 NE WETMORE             MI  ALGER             0548 PM
        SNOWFALL SO FAR TODAY. MOST FELL               03/25
        BETWEEN 7AM AND NOON EDT.

  3.0   4 SSW BRAMPTON           MI  DELTA             0528 PM
        SNOWFALL SINCE 7AM EDT. 0.36 INCHES OF         03/25
        LIQUID EQUIVALENT.

  3.0   1 SSW MENOMINEE          MI  MENOMINEE         1018 AM
        HEAVY WET SNOW REPORTED. STORM TOTAL           03/25
        AMOUNT IS 3.0 INCHES. SNOW DURATION 8
        HOURS. OBSERVER LOCATION MENOMINEE.

  3.0   4 NE IRON MOUNTAIN       MI  DICKINSON         0945 AM
        3.0 INCH STORM TOTAL AS OF 0930 EDT.           03/25
        SNOW DURATION 8 HOURS.

  3.0   3 E WATTON               MI  BARAGA            0917 AM
        ESTIMATED 3.0 INCHES OF SNOWFALL IN            03/25
        COVINGTON. REPORT VIA SOCIAL MEDIA.
        SNOW DURATION 8 HOURS.

  2.9   1 SE MENOMINEE           MI  MENOMINEE         1100 AM
        CO-OP OBSERVER STATION MENOMINEE               03/25
        /MENM4/ HEAVY SNOW DURATION 24 HOURS.

  2.8   4 SE HARVEY              MI  MARQUETTE         0438 PM
        CO-OP OBSERVER STATION GREEN GARDEN            03/25
        /GGRM4/

  2.8   2 SSE HARVEY             MI  MARQUETTE         1030 AM
        COCORAHS STATION MARQUETTE 6.5 SSE /MI-        03/25
        MQ-2/ HEAVY SNOW DURATION 24 HOURS.

  2.5   2 W ISHPEMING            MI  MARQUETTE         1145 AM
        CO-OP OBSERVER STATION WEST ISHPEMING          03/25
        /WISM4/. SNOW DURATION 5 HOURS.

  2.3   CHAMPION                 MI  MARQUETTE         1041 AM
        ESTIMATED OVER 2 INCHES OF SNOW AT             03/25
        CHAMPION. REPORT VIA SOCIAL MEDIA. SNOW
        DURATION 7 HOURS.

  2.3   2 SW BAGLEY              MI  MENOMINEE         0930 AM
        COCORAHS STATION DAGGETT 4.8 N /MI-MM-         03/25
        5/ HEAVY SNOW DURATION 24 HOURS.

  2.0   1 SSW ALLOUEZ            MI  HOUGHTON          1045 AM
        MEASURED 2.0 INCHES AT KEARSARGE.              03/25
        FLURRIES AT REPORT TIME. SNOW DURATION
        10 HOURS.

  2.0   GULLIVER                 MI  SCHOOLCRAFT       1012 AM
        SNOW DURATION 6 HOURS.                         03/25

  2.0   1 SE GLADSTONE           MI  DELTA             0942 AM
        REPORT VIA SOCIAL MEDIA. SNOW DURATION         03/25
        4 HOURS. OBSERVER LOCATION GLADSTONE.

  2.0   CEDAR RIVER              MI  MENOMINEE         0930 AM
        REPORT VIA SOCIAL MEDIA. SNOW DURATION         03/25
        7 HOURS.


$$

NWS MARQUETTE



000
NOUS43 KMQT 260049
PNSMQT
MIZ001>015-084-085-990-991-

SNOWFALL REPORTS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MARQUETTE MI
834 PM EDT WED MAR 25 2015

THE TOTALS BELOW ARE NOT NECESSARILY THE FINAL AMOUNT FOR EACH
LOCATION...BUT INCLUDE MOST OF THE SNOW THAT FELL DURING THE MORNING
OF 3/25.

SNOW REPORTS LISTED BY AMOUNT
                                                       TIME/
INCHES  LOCATION                 ST  COUNTY            DATE
------  -----------------------  --  --------------    ------
  5.0   ALBERTA                  MI  BARAGA            0900 AM
        CO-OP OBSERVER STATION ALBERTA FORD            03/25
        FORESTRY CENTER /ALBM4/ HEAVY SNOW
        DURATION 24 HOURS.

  4.6   5 SW NATIONAL MINE       MI  MARQUETTE         0700 PM
        SNOWFALL SO FAR TODAY. MOST SNOW FELL          03/25
        BETWEEN 6AM AND 11AM EDT. LIQUID
        EQUIVALENT OF 0.48 INCHES. SNOW
        DURATION 13 HOURS.

  4.5   4 NE NEGAUNEE            MI  MARQUETTE         0500 PM
        TOTAL SNOWFALL TODAY. 0.43 INCHES OF           03/25
        LIQUID EQUIVALENT. MOST SNOW FELL
        BETWEEN 7AM AND 11AM EDT. SNOW DURATION
        12 HOURS.

  4.5   3 E PEAVY FALLS DAM      MI  IRON              0416 PM
        SNOWFALL TODAY. MOST SNOW FELL DURING          03/25
        THE MORNING.

  4.5   3 NNE ALSTON             MI  HOUGHTON          0915 AM
        AROUND 2 INCHES FELL IN ONE HOUR THIS          03/25
        MORNING. SNOW HAS DIMINISHED TO
        FLURRIES AT REPORT TIME. SNOW DURATION
        10 HOURS.

  4.1   6 E CHAMPION             MI  MARQUETTE         0600 PM
        CO-OP OBSERVER STATION CLARKSBURG              03/25
        /CLKM4/

  4.1   3 SE BIG BAY             MI  MARQUETTE         1149 AM
        SNOWED BETWEEN 0630 AND 1130 EDT. SNOW         03/25
        DURATION 5 HOURS. OBSERVER LOCATION BIG
        BAY.

  4.0   SPALDING                 MI  MENOMINEE         0222 PM
        4.0 INCHES OF SNOWFALL THROUGH 1100 AM         03/25
        EDT. REPORT VIA SOCIAL MEDIA. SNOW
        DURATION 6 HOURS.

  4.0   L`ANSE                   MI  BARAGA            0141 PM
        VILLAGE OF L`ANSE FIRE DEPARTMENT              03/25
        MEASURED A STORM TOTAL OF 4.0 INCHES.
        SNOW DURATION 5 HOURS.

  4.0   CHASSELL                 MI  HOUGHTON          1100 AM
        STORM TOTAL MEASURED AT 4.0 INCHES.            03/25
        REPORT VIA SOCIAL MEDIA. SNOW DURATION
        11 HOURS.

  3.8   5 ESE CHASSELL           MI  HOUGHTON          1134 AM
        STORM TOTAL 3.8 INCHES OF SNOW. SNOW           03/25
        DURATION 5 HOURS. OBSERVER LOCATION
        JACOBSVILLE.

  3.8   1 SSE NORWAY             MI  DICKINSON         1032 AM
        FLURRIES AT LATEST REPORT. STORM TOTAL         03/25
        SO FAR IS 3.8 INCHES. SNOW DURATION 9
        HOURS. OBSERVER LOCATION NORWAY.

  3.7   2 N STONINGTON           MI  DELTA             0237 PM
        ESTIMATED BETWEEN 3.5 AND 4.0 INCHES OF        03/25
        SNOWFALL. SNOW DURATION 5 HOURS.
        OBSERVER LOCATION RAPID RIVER.

  3.5   AU TRAIN                 MI  ALGER             0742 PM
        SNOWFALL OVER THE PAST 13 HOURS. MOST          03/25
        FELL FROM 7AM TO NOON EDT.

  3.5   IRON MOUNTAIN            MI  DICKINSON         1015 AM
        SNOW DURATION 5 HOURS.                         03/25

  3.3   8 NNW ISHPEMING          MI  MARQUETTE         1029 AM
        REPORT VIA SOCIAL MEDIA. SNOW DURATION         03/25
        7 HOURS.

  3.0   4 E DEERTON              MI  ALGER             0722 PM
        SNOWFALL TODAY, WITH MOST FALLING              03/25
        BETWEEN 7AM AND NOON EDT.

  3.0   MCMILLAN                 MI  LUCE              0717 PM
        SNOWFALL TODAY, WITH MOST FALLING              03/25
        BETWEEN 7AM AND 1PM EDT.

  3.0   2 NE WETMORE             MI  ALGER             0548 PM
        SNOWFALL SO FAR TODAY. MOST FELL               03/25
        BETWEEN 7AM AND NOON EDT.

  3.0   4 SSW BRAMPTON           MI  DELTA             0528 PM
        SNOWFALL SINCE 7AM EDT. 0.36 INCHES OF         03/25
        LIQUID EQUIVALENT.

  3.0   1 SSW MENOMINEE          MI  MENOMINEE         1018 AM
        HEAVY WET SNOW REPORTED. STORM TOTAL           03/25
        AMOUNT IS 3.0 INCHES. SNOW DURATION 8
        HOURS. OBSERVER LOCATION MENOMINEE.

  3.0   4 NE IRON MOUNTAIN       MI  DICKINSON         0945 AM
        3.0 INCH STORM TOTAL AS OF 0930 EDT.           03/25
        SNOW DURATION 8 HOURS.

  3.0   3 E WATTON               MI  BARAGA            0917 AM
        ESTIMATED 3.0 INCHES OF SNOWFALL IN            03/25
        COVINGTON. REPORT VIA SOCIAL MEDIA.
        SNOW DURATION 8 HOURS.

  2.9   1 SE MENOMINEE           MI  MENOMINEE         1100 AM
        CO-OP OBSERVER STATION MENOMINEE               03/25
        /MENM4/ HEAVY SNOW DURATION 24 HOURS.

  2.8   4 SE HARVEY              MI  MARQUETTE         0438 PM
        CO-OP OBSERVER STATION GREEN GARDEN            03/25
        /GGRM4/

  2.8   2 SSE HARVEY             MI  MARQUETTE         1030 AM
        COCORAHS STATION MARQUETTE 6.5 SSE /MI-        03/25
        MQ-2/ HEAVY SNOW DURATION 24 HOURS.

  2.5   2 W ISHPEMING            MI  MARQUETTE         1145 AM
        CO-OP OBSERVER STATION WEST ISHPEMING          03/25
        /WISM4/. SNOW DURATION 5 HOURS.

  2.3   CHAMPION                 MI  MARQUETTE         1041 AM
        ESTIMATED OVER 2 INCHES OF SNOW AT             03/25
        CHAMPION. REPORT VIA SOCIAL MEDIA. SNOW
        DURATION 7 HOURS.

  2.3   2 SW BAGLEY              MI  MENOMINEE         0930 AM
        COCORAHS STATION DAGGETT 4.8 N /MI-MM-         03/25
        5/ HEAVY SNOW DURATION 24 HOURS.

  2.0   1 SSW ALLOUEZ            MI  HOUGHTON          1045 AM
        MEASURED 2.0 INCHES AT KEARSARGE.              03/25
        FLURRIES AT REPORT TIME. SNOW DURATION
        10 HOURS.

  2.0   GULLIVER                 MI  SCHOOLCRAFT       1012 AM
        SNOW DURATION 6 HOURS.                         03/25

  2.0   1 SE GLADSTONE           MI  DELTA             0942 AM
        REPORT VIA SOCIAL MEDIA. SNOW DURATION         03/25
        4 HOURS. OBSERVER LOCATION GLADSTONE.

  2.0   CEDAR RIVER              MI  MENOMINEE         0930 AM
        REPORT VIA SOCIAL MEDIA. SNOW DURATION         03/25
        7 HOURS.


$$

NWS MARQUETTE



000
NOUS45 KPUB 252301
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-260000

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
500 PM MDT WED MAR 25 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 51
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 36
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.08
                    PK WIND 39 MPH FROM N AT 114 PM MDT.
                    HIGH OCCURRED AROUND MIDNIGHT. DAYTIME
                    HIGH HAS BEEN 47 DEGREES.

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 48
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 32
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.03
                    PK WIND 41 MPH FROM NE AT 1042 AM MDT.
                    HIGH OCCURRED AROUND MIDNIGHT. DAYTIME
                    HIGH HAS BEEN 42 DEGREES.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 52
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 25
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... T
                    PK WIND 45 MPH FROM N AT 255 PM MDT.


$$


000
NOUS45 KPUB 252301
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-260000

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
500 PM MDT WED MAR 25 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 51
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 36
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.08
                    PK WIND 39 MPH FROM N AT 114 PM MDT.
                    HIGH OCCURRED AROUND MIDNIGHT. DAYTIME
                    HIGH HAS BEEN 47 DEGREES.

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 48
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 32
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.03
                    PK WIND 41 MPH FROM NE AT 1042 AM MDT.
                    HIGH OCCURRED AROUND MIDNIGHT. DAYTIME
                    HIGH HAS BEEN 42 DEGREES.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 52
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 25
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... T
                    PK WIND 45 MPH FROM N AT 255 PM MDT.


$$



000
NOUS45 KPUB 252301
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-260000

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
500 PM MDT WED MAR 25 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 51
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 36
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.08
                    PK WIND 39 MPH FROM N AT 114 PM MDT.
                    HIGH OCCURRED AROUND MIDNIGHT. DAYTIME
                    HIGH HAS BEEN 47 DEGREES.

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 48
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 32
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.03
                    PK WIND 41 MPH FROM NE AT 1042 AM MDT.
                    HIGH OCCURRED AROUND MIDNIGHT. DAYTIME
                    HIGH HAS BEEN 42 DEGREES.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 52
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 25
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... T
                    PK WIND 45 MPH FROM N AT 255 PM MDT.


$$



000
NOUS45 KPUB 252301
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-260000

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
500 PM MDT WED MAR 25 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 51
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 36
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.08
                    PK WIND 39 MPH FROM N AT 114 PM MDT.
                    HIGH OCCURRED AROUND MIDNIGHT. DAYTIME
                    HIGH HAS BEEN 47 DEGREES.

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 48
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 32
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.03
                    PK WIND 41 MPH FROM NE AT 1042 AM MDT.
                    HIGH OCCURRED AROUND MIDNIGHT. DAYTIME
                    HIGH HAS BEEN 42 DEGREES.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 52
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 25
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... T
                    PK WIND 45 MPH FROM N AT 255 PM MDT.


$$



000
NOUS45 KPUB 252301
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-260000

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
500 PM MDT WED MAR 25 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 51
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 36
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.08
                    PK WIND 39 MPH FROM N AT 114 PM MDT.
                    HIGH OCCURRED AROUND MIDNIGHT. DAYTIME
                    HIGH HAS BEEN 47 DEGREES.

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 48
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 32
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.03
                    PK WIND 41 MPH FROM NE AT 1042 AM MDT.
                    HIGH OCCURRED AROUND MIDNIGHT. DAYTIME
                    HIGH HAS BEEN 42 DEGREES.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 52
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 25
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... T
                    PK WIND 45 MPH FROM N AT 255 PM MDT.


$$



000
NOUS45 KPUB 252301
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-260000

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
500 PM MDT WED MAR 25 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 51
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 36
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.08
                    PK WIND 39 MPH FROM N AT 114 PM MDT.
                    HIGH OCCURRED AROUND MIDNIGHT. DAYTIME
                    HIGH HAS BEEN 47 DEGREES.

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 48
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 32
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.03
                    PK WIND 41 MPH FROM NE AT 1042 AM MDT.
                    HIGH OCCURRED AROUND MIDNIGHT. DAYTIME
                    HIGH HAS BEEN 42 DEGREES.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 52
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 25
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... T
                    PK WIND 45 MPH FROM N AT 255 PM MDT.


$$



000
NOUS45 KGJT 252009
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
209 PM MDT WED MAR 25 2015

A FAST MOVING WEATHER DISTURBANCE PRODUCED RAIN AND SNOW ACROSS
EASTERN UTAH AND WESTERN COLORADO TUESDAY AFTERNOON INTO WEDNESDAY
MORNING. THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION REPORTS
FROM AROUND THE REGION, ENDING AT THE TIMES NOTED WITH EACH REPORT.
THE FIRST SECTION HIGHLIGHTS SNOW RECEIVED, AND THE SECOND
HIGHLIGHTS RAIN RECEIVED OR THE WATER CONTENT OF THE SNOW RECEIVED.
ALL AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.


**********************24 HOUR SNOWFALL**********************

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

COLORADO

...EAGLE COUNTY...
   VAIL 0.9 WNW           3.6   701 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   AVON 2N                1.0   700 AM  3/25  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   WOLCOTT 2.3 N          0.2   720 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   BASALT 5.8 E           0.2   842 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2N             0.2   800 AM  3/25  UNOFFICIAL STATION

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   GOTHIC                 2.0   800 AM  3/25  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CIMARRON 11.2 S        2.0   753 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N    2.0   727 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   CRESTED BUTTE          1.6   900 AM  3/25  W CO COOP SITE
   PITKIN 1.1 SW          1.0   701 AM  3/25  COCORAHS

...MOFFAT COUNTY...
   CRAIG 4SW              1.1   800 AM  3/25  W CO COOP SITE

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   BLACK CANYON NP        1.5   930 AM  3/25  W CO COOP SITE

...OURAY COUNTY...
   RIDGWAY 3.3 NNW        0.3   658 AM  3/25  COCORAHS

...ROUTT COUNTY...
   OAK CREEK 5.5 E        4.3   720 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   OAK CREEK 0.3 WSW      4.1   658 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPGS 1.9E    3.3   700 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   STMBT SPGS 0.7 ESE     3.0   719 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPGS 1.2SE   3.0   646 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPGS 1SE     2.7   708 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPGS         1.4   830 AM  3/25  W CO COOP SITE
   STMBOAT SPGS 7.9 WSW   0.5   700 AM  3/25  COCORAHS


**********************24 HOUR PRECIPITATION**********************

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

COLORADO

...DELTA COUNTY...
   PAONIA 1SW            0.08   800 AM  3/25  W CO COOP SITE

...EAGLE COUNTY...
   VAIL 0.9 WNW          0.34   701 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   BASALT 5.8 E          0.13   842 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   AVON 2N               0.06   700 AM  3/25  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CARBONDALE 5.7 E      0.06   719 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2.3 N         0.02   720 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2N            0.02   800 AM  3/25  UNOFFICIAL STATION

...GARFIELD COUNTY...
   GLENWOOD SPGS 1.4S    0.24   840 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPGS 1.7NW   0.14   757 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPGS .64S    0.13   717 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   SHOSHONE              0.12   830 AM  3/25  W CO COOP SITE
   CARBONDALE 0.5 W      0.09   752 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 4.6 NNE    0.07   802 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 0.3 WNW    0.06   703 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   RIFLE                 0.04   100 AM  3/25  AVIATION SITE
   GLENWOOD SPGS 5.3SSE  0.04   701 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPGS 2.7SSE  0.04  1008 AM  3/25  COCORAHS

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   CIMARRON 11.2 S       0.17   753 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   CRESTED BUTTE         0.10   900 AM  3/25  W CO COOP SITE
   PITKIN 1.1 SW         0.10   701 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   GOTHIC                0.10   800 AM  3/25  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N   0.10   727 AM  3/25  COCORAHS

...MESA COUNTY...
   GRAND JUNCTION        0.04   100 AM  3/25  AVIATION SITE

...MOFFAT COUNTY...
   CRAIG 30N             0.19   100 AM  3/25  W CO CRN SITE
   CRAIG 4SW             0.14   800 AM  3/25  W CO COOP SITE
   CRAIG 1.2 ESE         0.11   721 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   CRAIG                 0.09   100 AM  3/25  AVIATION SITE
   DINOSAUR 2E           0.06   100 AM  3/25  W CO CRN SITE
   CRAIG 4.9 WNW         0.05   650 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   DINOSAUR 0.3 SW       0.01   803 AM  3/25  COCORAHS

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   BLACK CANYON NP       0.09   930 AM  3/25  W CO COOP SITE
   MONTROSE 7.2 SSE      0.06   705 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 10.1 S       0.05   658 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 7.3 ENE      0.03   722 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.0 SSE      0.03   520 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.2 WSW      0.03   851 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 11ENE        0.01   100 AM  3/25  W CO CRN SITE
   MONTROSE 1.9 ESE      0.01   646 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.0 E        0.01   806 AM  3/25  COCORAHS

...OURAY COUNTY...
   RIDGWAY 3.3 NNW       0.06   658 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 17.1 SSE     0.05   825 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   RIDGWAY               0.02   900 AM  3/25  W CO COOP SITE

...PITKIN COUNTY...
   ASPEN                 0.18   100 AM  3/25  AVIATION SITE

...RIO BLANCO COUNTY...
   MEEKER                0.12   100 AM  3/25  AVIATION SITE
   RANGELY 1E            0.05   800 AM  3/25  W CO COOP SITE
   MEEKER 15W            0.02   100 AM  3/25  W CO CRN SITE

...ROUTT COUNTY...
   STEAMBOAT SPGS 1.9E   0.39   700 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   STMBT SPGS 0.7 ESE    0.38   719 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPGS 1SE    0.34   708 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPGS 1.2SE  0.32   646 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   OAK CREEK 5.5 E       0.24   720 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPGS 0.9N   0.22   709 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPGS 7.9WNW 0.17   700 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS     0.13   830 AM  3/25  W CO COOP SITE

UTAH

...DAGGETT COUNTY...
   JARVIE RANCH          0.02   900 AM  3/25  E UT COOP SITE

$$





$$



000
NOUS45 KGJT 252009
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
209 PM MDT WED MAR 25 2015

A FAST MOVING WEATHER DISTURBANCE PRODUCED RAIN AND SNOW ACROSS
EASTERN UTAH AND WESTERN COLORADO TUESDAY AFTERNOON INTO WEDNESDAY
MORNING. THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION REPORTS
FROM AROUND THE REGION, ENDING AT THE TIMES NOTED WITH EACH REPORT.
THE FIRST SECTION HIGHLIGHTS SNOW RECEIVED, AND THE SECOND
HIGHLIGHTS RAIN RECEIVED OR THE WATER CONTENT OF THE SNOW RECEIVED.
ALL AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.


**********************24 HOUR SNOWFALL**********************

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

COLORADO

...EAGLE COUNTY...
   VAIL 0.9 WNW           3.6   701 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   AVON 2N                1.0   700 AM  3/25  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   WOLCOTT 2.3 N          0.2   720 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   BASALT 5.8 E           0.2   842 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2N             0.2   800 AM  3/25  UNOFFICIAL STATION

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   GOTHIC                 2.0   800 AM  3/25  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CIMARRON 11.2 S        2.0   753 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N    2.0   727 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   CRESTED BUTTE          1.6   900 AM  3/25  W CO COOP SITE
   PITKIN 1.1 SW          1.0   701 AM  3/25  COCORAHS

...MOFFAT COUNTY...
   CRAIG 4SW              1.1   800 AM  3/25  W CO COOP SITE

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   BLACK CANYON NP        1.5   930 AM  3/25  W CO COOP SITE

...OURAY COUNTY...
   RIDGWAY 3.3 NNW        0.3   658 AM  3/25  COCORAHS

...ROUTT COUNTY...
   OAK CREEK 5.5 E        4.3   720 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   OAK CREEK 0.3 WSW      4.1   658 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPGS 1.9E    3.3   700 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   STMBT SPGS 0.7 ESE     3.0   719 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPGS 1.2SE   3.0   646 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPGS 1SE     2.7   708 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPGS         1.4   830 AM  3/25  W CO COOP SITE
   STMBOAT SPGS 7.9 WSW   0.5   700 AM  3/25  COCORAHS


**********************24 HOUR PRECIPITATION**********************

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

COLORADO

...DELTA COUNTY...
   PAONIA 1SW            0.08   800 AM  3/25  W CO COOP SITE

...EAGLE COUNTY...
   VAIL 0.9 WNW          0.34   701 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   BASALT 5.8 E          0.13   842 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   AVON 2N               0.06   700 AM  3/25  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CARBONDALE 5.7 E      0.06   719 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2.3 N         0.02   720 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2N            0.02   800 AM  3/25  UNOFFICIAL STATION

...GARFIELD COUNTY...
   GLENWOOD SPGS 1.4S    0.24   840 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPGS 1.7NW   0.14   757 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPGS .64S    0.13   717 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   SHOSHONE              0.12   830 AM  3/25  W CO COOP SITE
   CARBONDALE 0.5 W      0.09   752 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 4.6 NNE    0.07   802 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 0.3 WNW    0.06   703 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   RIFLE                 0.04   100 AM  3/25  AVIATION SITE
   GLENWOOD SPGS 5.3SSE  0.04   701 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPGS 2.7SSE  0.04  1008 AM  3/25  COCORAHS

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   CIMARRON 11.2 S       0.17   753 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   CRESTED BUTTE         0.10   900 AM  3/25  W CO COOP SITE
   PITKIN 1.1 SW         0.10   701 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   GOTHIC                0.10   800 AM  3/25  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N   0.10   727 AM  3/25  COCORAHS

...MESA COUNTY...
   GRAND JUNCTION        0.04   100 AM  3/25  AVIATION SITE

...MOFFAT COUNTY...
   CRAIG 30N             0.19   100 AM  3/25  W CO CRN SITE
   CRAIG 4SW             0.14   800 AM  3/25  W CO COOP SITE
   CRAIG 1.2 ESE         0.11   721 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   CRAIG                 0.09   100 AM  3/25  AVIATION SITE
   DINOSAUR 2E           0.06   100 AM  3/25  W CO CRN SITE
   CRAIG 4.9 WNW         0.05   650 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   DINOSAUR 0.3 SW       0.01   803 AM  3/25  COCORAHS

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   BLACK CANYON NP       0.09   930 AM  3/25  W CO COOP SITE
   MONTROSE 7.2 SSE      0.06   705 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 10.1 S       0.05   658 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 7.3 ENE      0.03   722 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.0 SSE      0.03   520 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.2 WSW      0.03   851 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 11ENE        0.01   100 AM  3/25  W CO CRN SITE
   MONTROSE 1.9 ESE      0.01   646 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.0 E        0.01   806 AM  3/25  COCORAHS

...OURAY COUNTY...
   RIDGWAY 3.3 NNW       0.06   658 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 17.1 SSE     0.05   825 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   RIDGWAY               0.02   900 AM  3/25  W CO COOP SITE

...PITKIN COUNTY...
   ASPEN                 0.18   100 AM  3/25  AVIATION SITE

...RIO BLANCO COUNTY...
   MEEKER                0.12   100 AM  3/25  AVIATION SITE
   RANGELY 1E            0.05   800 AM  3/25  W CO COOP SITE
   MEEKER 15W            0.02   100 AM  3/25  W CO CRN SITE

...ROUTT COUNTY...
   STEAMBOAT SPGS 1.9E   0.39   700 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   STMBT SPGS 0.7 ESE    0.38   719 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPGS 1SE    0.34   708 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPGS 1.2SE  0.32   646 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   OAK CREEK 5.5 E       0.24   720 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPGS 0.9N   0.22   709 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPGS 7.9WNW 0.17   700 AM  3/25  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS     0.13   830 AM  3/25  W CO COOP SITE

UTAH

...DAGGETT COUNTY...
   JARVIE RANCH          0.02   900 AM  3/25  E UT COOP SITE

$$





$$


000
NOUS45 KBOU 251945
PNSBOU

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DENVER/BOULDER CO
145 PM MDT WED MAR 25 2015

...DENVER METRO AREA SNOWFALL REPORTS...

NOTE: ALL REPORTS ARE IN INCHES
NOTE: T = TRACE (LESS THAN 0.1 INCH)

                     SNOWFALL        SNOWFALL        SNOWFALL
                   24 HOUR TOTAL   MONTHLY TOTAL   SEASONAL TOTAL
                                     (MARCH)      (7/1/14-6/30/15)

DENVER INTL AIRPORT      0.0           1.9             47.5
THROUGH 5 AM

DENVER-STAPLETON         0.0           2.6             49.7
THROUGH 6 AM

DENVER CITY PARK         0.0           3.0             49.3
THROUGH MIDNIGHT

EVERGREEN                 T            1.1             51.4
THROUGH 8 AM

NORTH LONGMONT           0.0           2.0             42.7
THROUGH 7 AM

WHEAT RIDGE              0.0           2.6             63.0
THROUGH 7 AM

$$


000
NOUS45 KBOU 251945
PNSBOU

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DENVER/BOULDER CO
145 PM MDT WED MAR 25 2015

...DENVER METRO AREA SNOWFALL REPORTS...

NOTE: ALL REPORTS ARE IN INCHES
NOTE: T = TRACE (LESS THAN 0.1 INCH)

                     SNOWFALL        SNOWFALL        SNOWFALL
                   24 HOUR TOTAL   MONTHLY TOTAL   SEASONAL TOTAL
                                     (MARCH)      (7/1/14-6/30/15)

DENVER INTL AIRPORT      0.0           1.9             47.5
THROUGH 5 AM

DENVER-STAPLETON         0.0           2.6             49.7
THROUGH 6 AM

DENVER CITY PARK         0.0           3.0             49.3
THROUGH MIDNIGHT

EVERGREEN                 T            1.1             51.4
THROUGH 8 AM

NORTH LONGMONT           0.0           2.0             42.7
THROUGH 7 AM

WHEAT RIDGE              0.0           2.6             63.0
THROUGH 7 AM

$$


000
NOUS45 KBOU 251945
PNSBOU

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DENVER/BOULDER CO
145 PM MDT WED MAR 25 2015

...DENVER METRO AREA SNOWFALL REPORTS...

NOTE: ALL REPORTS ARE IN INCHES
NOTE: T = TRACE (LESS THAN 0.1 INCH)

                     SNOWFALL        SNOWFALL        SNOWFALL
                   24 HOUR TOTAL   MONTHLY TOTAL   SEASONAL TOTAL
                                     (MARCH)      (7/1/14-6/30/15)

DENVER INTL AIRPORT      0.0           1.9             47.5
THROUGH 5 AM

DENVER-STAPLETON         0.0           2.6             49.7
THROUGH 6 AM

DENVER CITY PARK         0.0           3.0             49.3
THROUGH MIDNIGHT

EVERGREEN                 T            1.1             51.4
THROUGH 8 AM

NORTH LONGMONT           0.0           2.0             42.7
THROUGH 7 AM

WHEAT RIDGE              0.0           2.6             63.0
THROUGH 7 AM

$$


000
NOUS45 KBOU 251945
PNSBOU

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DENVER/BOULDER CO
145 PM MDT WED MAR 25 2015

...DENVER METRO AREA SNOWFALL REPORTS...

NOTE: ALL REPORTS ARE IN INCHES
NOTE: T = TRACE (LESS THAN 0.1 INCH)

                     SNOWFALL        SNOWFALL        SNOWFALL
                   24 HOUR TOTAL   MONTHLY TOTAL   SEASONAL TOTAL
                                     (MARCH)      (7/1/14-6/30/15)

DENVER INTL AIRPORT      0.0           1.9             47.5
THROUGH 5 AM

DENVER-STAPLETON         0.0           2.6             49.7
THROUGH 6 AM

DENVER CITY PARK         0.0           3.0             49.3
THROUGH MIDNIGHT

EVERGREEN                 T            1.1             51.4
THROUGH 8 AM

NORTH LONGMONT           0.0           2.0             42.7
THROUGH 7 AM

WHEAT RIDGE              0.0           2.6             63.0
THROUGH 7 AM

$$


000
NOUS45 KBOU 251945
PNSBOU

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DENVER/BOULDER CO
145 PM MDT WED MAR 25 2015

...DENVER METRO AREA SNOWFALL REPORTS...

NOTE: ALL REPORTS ARE IN INCHES
NOTE: T = TRACE (LESS THAN 0.1 INCH)

                     SNOWFALL        SNOWFALL        SNOWFALL
                   24 HOUR TOTAL   MONTHLY TOTAL   SEASONAL TOTAL
                                     (MARCH)      (7/1/14-6/30/15)

DENVER INTL AIRPORT      0.0           1.9             47.5
THROUGH 5 AM

DENVER-STAPLETON         0.0           2.6             49.7
THROUGH 6 AM

DENVER CITY PARK         0.0           3.0             49.3
THROUGH MIDNIGHT

EVERGREEN                 T            1.1             51.4
THROUGH 8 AM

NORTH LONGMONT           0.0           2.0             42.7
THROUGH 7 AM

WHEAT RIDGE              0.0           2.6             63.0
THROUGH 7 AM

$$



000
NOUS45 KBOU 251945
PNSBOU

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DENVER/BOULDER CO
145 PM MDT WED MAR 25 2015

...DENVER METRO AREA SNOWFALL REPORTS...

NOTE: ALL REPORTS ARE IN INCHES
NOTE: T = TRACE (LESS THAN 0.1 INCH)

                     SNOWFALL        SNOWFALL        SNOWFALL
                   24 HOUR TOTAL   MONTHLY TOTAL   SEASONAL TOTAL
                                     (MARCH)      (7/1/14-6/30/15)

DENVER INTL AIRPORT      0.0           1.9             47.5
THROUGH 5 AM

DENVER-STAPLETON         0.0           2.6             49.7
THROUGH 6 AM

DENVER CITY PARK         0.0           3.0             49.3
THROUGH MIDNIGHT

EVERGREEN                 T            1.1             51.4
THROUGH 8 AM

NORTH LONGMONT           0.0           2.0             42.7
THROUGH 7 AM

WHEAT RIDGE              0.0           2.6             63.0
THROUGH 7 AM

$$


000
NOUS41 KWBC 251916
PNSWSH

Service Change Notice 15-16
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
315 PM EDT Wed Mar 25 2015

TO:      Subscribers:
         -Family of Services
         -NOAA Weather Wire Service
         -Emergency Managers Weather Information Network
         -NOAAPORT
         Other NWS Partners and NWS Employees

FROM:    John Guiney
         Chief, Eastern Region Meteorological Services Division

SUBJECT: Addition of metadata to NWS Eastern Region Public
         Information Statements effective May 5, 2015

Effective Tuesday, May 5, 2015, at 1200 Coordinated Universal
Time (UTC), NWS Eastern Region Weather Forecast Offices will add
metadata to the bottom of Public Information Statements (PNS)
used to summarize recent past weather such as snow accumulation,
rainfall and wind gusts. This metadata will contain the same
information found in the plain text portion of the message but
will be in a format computers can decode and plot on a map.

The metadata will start immediately following a double ampersand
(&&) with the heading *****METADATA*****. Each line following the
header will contain information in comma separated value (CSV)
format as follows:

:Event Date, Event Time, State, County, Reference City, Distance
(miles) from Reference City, Direction from Reference City,
Latitude, Longitude (in decimal degrees), Weather Event Type,
Magnitude of Event, Weather Units, Report Source, Remarks.

Here is a sample of the new format:

NOUS41 KPBZ
PNSPBZ
PAZ016

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
SPOTTER REPORTS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PITTSBURGH PA
338 PM THU FEB 26 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE UNOFFICIAL OBSERVATIONS TAKEN DURING THE PAST
8 HOURS FOR THE STORM THAT HAS BEEN AFFECTING OUR REGION.
APPRECIATION IS EXTENDED TO SKYWARN SPOTTERS...COOPERATIVE
OBSERVERS...MEDIA AND HIGHWAY DEPARTMENTS FOR THESE REPORTS.

********************STORM TOTAL SNOWFALL**********************

LOCATION          STORM TOTAL     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     SNOWFALL           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

OHIO

...JEFFERSON COUNTY
 1 WNW FOLLANSBEE         1.7  1255 PM  2/18   SOCIAL MEDIA

&&

*****METADATA*****

:2/18/2015, 1255 PM, OH, JEFFERSON, FOLLANSBEE, 1, WNW, 40.3421,
-80.6197, SNOW, 1.7, INCH, SOCIAL MEDIA, ELEV 1000

double dollar sign

Note this format change does not require any change to NOAA
Weather Wire Service product identifiers, WMO Heading codes or
Universal Generic Codes.

For comments on the new format, contact:

  Rick Watling
  NWS Eastern Region HQ
  E-mail: Richard.Watling@noaa.gov
  Phone: 631-244-0123

National Service Change Notices are online at:

    http://www.weather.gov/os/notif.htm

$$



000
NOUS41 KWBC 251916
PNSWSH

Service Change Notice 15-16
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
315 PM EDT Wed Mar 25 2015

TO:      Subscribers:
         -Family of Services
         -NOAA Weather Wire Service
         -Emergency Managers Weather Information Network
         -NOAAPORT
         Other NWS Partners and NWS Employees

FROM:    John Guiney
         Chief, Eastern Region Meteorological Services Division

SUBJECT: Addition of metadata to NWS Eastern Region Public
         Information Statements effective May 5, 2015

Effective Tuesday, May 5, 2015, at 1200 Coordinated Universal
Time (UTC), NWS Eastern Region Weather Forecast Offices will add
metadata to the bottom of Public Information Statements (PNS)
used to summarize recent past weather such as snow accumulation,
rainfall and wind gusts. This metadata will contain the same
information found in the plain text portion of the message but
will be in a format computers can decode and plot on a map.

The metadata will start immediately following a double ampersand
(&&) with the heading *****METADATA*****. Each line following the
header will contain information in comma separated value (CSV)
format as follows:

:Event Date, Event Time, State, County, Reference City, Distance
(miles) from Reference City, Direction from Reference City,
Latitude, Longitude (in decimal degrees), Weather Event Type,
Magnitude of Event, Weather Units, Report Source, Remarks.

Here is a sample of the new format:

NOUS41 KPBZ
PNSPBZ
PAZ016

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
SPOTTER REPORTS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PITTSBURGH PA
338 PM THU FEB 26 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE UNOFFICIAL OBSERVATIONS TAKEN DURING THE PAST
8 HOURS FOR THE STORM THAT HAS BEEN AFFECTING OUR REGION.
APPRECIATION IS EXTENDED TO SKYWARN SPOTTERS...COOPERATIVE
OBSERVERS...MEDIA AND HIGHWAY DEPARTMENTS FOR THESE REPORTS.

********************STORM TOTAL SNOWFALL**********************

LOCATION          STORM TOTAL     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     SNOWFALL           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

OHIO

...JEFFERSON COUNTY
 1 WNW FOLLANSBEE         1.7  1255 PM  2/18   SOCIAL MEDIA

&&

*****METADATA*****

:2/18/2015, 1255 PM, OH, JEFFERSON, FOLLANSBEE, 1, WNW, 40.3421,
-80.6197, SNOW, 1.7, INCH, SOCIAL MEDIA, ELEV 1000

double dollar sign

Note this format change does not require any change to NOAA
Weather Wire Service product identifiers, WMO Heading codes or
Universal Generic Codes.

For comments on the new format, contact:

  Rick Watling
  NWS Eastern Region HQ
  E-mail: Richard.Watling@noaa.gov
  Phone: 631-244-0123

National Service Change Notices are online at:

    http://www.weather.gov/os/notif.htm

$$



000
NOUS41 KWBC 251916
PNSWSH

Service Change Notice 15-16
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
315 PM EDT Wed Mar 25 2015

TO:      Subscribers:
         -Family of Services
         -NOAA Weather Wire Service
         -Emergency Managers Weather Information Network
         -NOAAPORT
         Other NWS Partners and NWS Employees

FROM:    John Guiney
         Chief, Eastern Region Meteorological Services Division

SUBJECT: Addition of metadata to NWS Eastern Region Public
         Information Statements effective May 5, 2015

Effective Tuesday, May 5, 2015, at 1200 Coordinated Universal
Time (UTC), NWS Eastern Region Weather Forecast Offices will add
metadata to the bottom of Public Information Statements (PNS)
used to summarize recent past weather such as snow accumulation,
rainfall and wind gusts. This metadata will contain the same
information found in the plain text portion of the message but
will be in a format computers can decode and plot on a map.

The metadata will start immediately following a double ampersand
(&&) with the heading *****METADATA*****. Each line following the
header will contain information in comma separated value (CSV)
format as follows:

:Event Date, Event Time, State, County, Reference City, Distance
(miles) from Reference City, Direction from Reference City,
Latitude, Longitude (in decimal degrees), Weather Event Type,
Magnitude of Event, Weather Units, Report Source, Remarks.

Here is a sample of the new format:

NOUS41 KPBZ
PNSPBZ
PAZ016

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
SPOTTER REPORTS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PITTSBURGH PA
338 PM THU FEB 26 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE UNOFFICIAL OBSERVATIONS TAKEN DURING THE PAST
8 HOURS FOR THE STORM THAT HAS BEEN AFFECTING OUR REGION.
APPRECIATION IS EXTENDED TO SKYWARN SPOTTERS...COOPERATIVE
OBSERVERS...MEDIA AND HIGHWAY DEPARTMENTS FOR THESE REPORTS.

********************STORM TOTAL SNOWFALL**********************

LOCATION          STORM TOTAL     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     SNOWFALL           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

OHIO

...JEFFERSON COUNTY
 1 WNW FOLLANSBEE         1.7  1255 PM  2/18   SOCIAL MEDIA

&&

*****METADATA*****

:2/18/2015, 1255 PM, OH, JEFFERSON, FOLLANSBEE, 1, WNW, 40.3421,
-80.6197, SNOW, 1.7, INCH, SOCIAL MEDIA, ELEV 1000

double dollar sign

Note this format change does not require any change to NOAA
Weather Wire Service product identifiers, WMO Heading codes or
Universal Generic Codes.

For comments on the new format, contact:

  Rick Watling
  NWS Eastern Region HQ
  E-mail: Richard.Watling@noaa.gov
  Phone: 631-244-0123

National Service Change Notices are online at:

    http://www.weather.gov/os/notif.htm

$$



000
NOUS41 KWBC 251916
PNSWSH

Service Change Notice 15-16
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
315 PM EDT Wed Mar 25 2015

TO:      Subscribers:
         -Family of Services
         -NOAA Weather Wire Service
         -Emergency Managers Weather Information Network
         -NOAAPORT
         Other NWS Partners and NWS Employees

FROM:    John Guiney
         Chief, Eastern Region Meteorological Services Division

SUBJECT: Addition of metadata to NWS Eastern Region Public
         Information Statements effective May 5, 2015

Effective Tuesday, May 5, 2015, at 1200 Coordinated Universal
Time (UTC), NWS Eastern Region Weather Forecast Offices will add
metadata to the bottom of Public Information Statements (PNS)
used to summarize recent past weather such as snow accumulation,
rainfall and wind gusts. This metadata will contain the same
information found in the plain text portion of the message but
will be in a format computers can decode and plot on a map.

The metadata will start immediately following a double ampersand
(&&) with the heading *****METADATA*****. Each line following the
header will contain information in comma separated value (CSV)
format as follows:

:Event Date, Event Time, State, County, Reference City, Distance
(miles) from Reference City, Direction from Reference City,
Latitude, Longitude (in decimal degrees), Weather Event Type,
Magnitude of Event, Weather Units, Report Source, Remarks.

Here is a sample of the new format:

NOUS41 KPBZ
PNSPBZ
PAZ016

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
SPOTTER REPORTS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PITTSBURGH PA
338 PM THU FEB 26 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE UNOFFICIAL OBSERVATIONS TAKEN DURING THE PAST
8 HOURS FOR THE STORM THAT HAS BEEN AFFECTING OUR REGION.
APPRECIATION IS EXTENDED TO SKYWARN SPOTTERS...COOPERATIVE
OBSERVERS...MEDIA AND HIGHWAY DEPARTMENTS FOR THESE REPORTS.

********************STORM TOTAL SNOWFALL**********************

LOCATION          STORM TOTAL     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     SNOWFALL           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

OHIO

...JEFFERSON COUNTY
 1 WNW FOLLANSBEE         1.7  1255 PM  2/18   SOCIAL MEDIA

&&

*****METADATA*****

:2/18/2015, 1255 PM, OH, JEFFERSON, FOLLANSBEE, 1, WNW, 40.3421,
-80.6197, SNOW, 1.7, INCH, SOCIAL MEDIA, ELEV 1000

double dollar sign

Note this format change does not require any change to NOAA
Weather Wire Service product identifiers, WMO Heading codes or
Universal Generic Codes.

For comments on the new format, contact:

  Rick Watling
  NWS Eastern Region HQ
  E-mail: Richard.Watling@noaa.gov
  Phone: 631-244-0123

National Service Change Notices are online at:

    http://www.weather.gov/os/notif.htm

$$



000
NOUS41 KWBC 251916
PNSWSH

Service Change Notice 15-16
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
315 PM EDT Wed Mar 25 2015

TO:      Subscribers:
         -Family of Services
         -NOAA Weather Wire Service
         -Emergency Managers Weather Information Network
         -NOAAPORT
         Other NWS Partners and NWS Employees

FROM:    John Guiney
         Chief, Eastern Region Meteorological Services Division

SUBJECT: Addition of metadata to NWS Eastern Region Public
         Information Statements effective May 5, 2015

Effective Tuesday, May 5, 2015, at 1200 Coordinated Universal
Time (UTC), NWS Eastern Region Weather Forecast Offices will add
metadata to the bottom of Public Information Statements (PNS)
used to summarize recent past weather such as snow accumulation,
rainfall and wind gusts. This metadata will contain the same
information found in the plain text portion of the message but
will be in a format computers can decode and plot on a map.

The metadata will start immediately following a double ampersand
(&&) with the heading *****METADATA*****. Each line following the
header will contain information in comma separated value (CSV)
format as follows:

:Event Date, Event Time, State, County, Reference City, Distance
(miles) from Reference City, Direction from Reference City,
Latitude, Longitude (in decimal degrees), Weather Event Type,
Magnitude of Event, Weather Units, Report Source, Remarks.

Here is a sample of the new format:

NOUS41 KPBZ
PNSPBZ
PAZ016

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
SPOTTER REPORTS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PITTSBURGH PA
338 PM THU FEB 26 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE UNOFFICIAL OBSERVATIONS TAKEN DURING THE PAST
8 HOURS FOR THE STORM THAT HAS BEEN AFFECTING OUR REGION.
APPRECIATION IS EXTENDED TO SKYWARN SPOTTERS...COOPERATIVE
OBSERVERS...MEDIA AND HIGHWAY DEPARTMENTS FOR THESE REPORTS.

********************STORM TOTAL SNOWFALL**********************

LOCATION          STORM TOTAL     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     SNOWFALL           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

OHIO

...JEFFERSON COUNTY
 1 WNW FOLLANSBEE         1.7  1255 PM  2/18   SOCIAL MEDIA

&&

*****METADATA*****

:2/18/2015, 1255 PM, OH, JEFFERSON, FOLLANSBEE, 1, WNW, 40.3421,
-80.6197, SNOW, 1.7, INCH, SOCIAL MEDIA, ELEV 1000

double dollar sign

Note this format change does not require any change to NOAA
Weather Wire Service product identifiers, WMO Heading codes or
Universal Generic Codes.

For comments on the new format, contact:

  Rick Watling
  NWS Eastern Region HQ
  E-mail: Richard.Watling@noaa.gov
  Phone: 631-244-0123

National Service Change Notices are online at:

    http://www.weather.gov/os/notif.htm

$$



000
NOUS41 KWBC 251916
PNSWSH

Service Change Notice 15-16
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
315 PM EDT Wed Mar 25 2015

TO:      Subscribers:
         -Family of Services
         -NOAA Weather Wire Service
         -Emergency Managers Weather Information Network
         -NOAAPORT
         Other NWS Partners and NWS Employees

FROM:    John Guiney
         Chief, Eastern Region Meteorological Services Division

SUBJECT: Addition of metadata to NWS Eastern Region Public
         Information Statements effective May 5, 2015

Effective Tuesday, May 5, 2015, at 1200 Coordinated Universal
Time (UTC), NWS Eastern Region Weather Forecast Offices will add
metadata to the bottom of Public Information Statements (PNS)
used to summarize recent past weather such as snow accumulation,
rainfall and wind gusts. This metadata will contain the same
information found in the plain text portion of the message but
will be in a format computers can decode and plot on a map.

The metadata will start immediately following a double ampersand
(&&) with the heading *****METADATA*****. Each line following the
header will contain information in comma separated value (CSV)
format as follows:

:Event Date, Event Time, State, County, Reference City, Distance
(miles) from Reference City, Direction from Reference City,
Latitude, Longitude (in decimal degrees), Weather Event Type,
Magnitude of Event, Weather Units, Report Source, Remarks.

Here is a sample of the new format:

NOUS41 KPBZ
PNSPBZ
PAZ016

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
SPOTTER REPORTS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PITTSBURGH PA
338 PM THU FEB 26 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE UNOFFICIAL OBSERVATIONS TAKEN DURING THE PAST
8 HOURS FOR THE STORM THAT HAS BEEN AFFECTING OUR REGION.
APPRECIATION IS EXTENDED TO SKYWARN SPOTTERS...COOPERATIVE
OBSERVERS...MEDIA AND HIGHWAY DEPARTMENTS FOR THESE REPORTS.

********************STORM TOTAL SNOWFALL**********************

LOCATION          STORM TOTAL     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     SNOWFALL           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

OHIO

...JEFFERSON COUNTY
 1 WNW FOLLANSBEE         1.7  1255 PM  2/18   SOCIAL MEDIA

&&

*****METADATA*****

:2/18/2015, 1255 PM, OH, JEFFERSON, FOLLANSBEE, 1, WNW, 40.3421,
-80.6197, SNOW, 1.7, INCH, SOCIAL MEDIA, ELEV 1000

double dollar sign

Note this format change does not require any change to NOAA
Weather Wire Service product identifiers, WMO Heading codes or
Universal Generic Codes.

For comments on the new format, contact:

  Rick Watling
  NWS Eastern Region HQ
  E-mail: Richard.Watling@noaa.gov
  Phone: 631-244-0123

National Service Change Notices are online at:

    http://www.weather.gov/os/notif.htm

$$



000
NOUS41 KWBC 251916
PNSWSH

Service Change Notice 15-16
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
315 PM EDT Wed Mar 25 2015

TO:      Subscribers:
         -Family of Services
         -NOAA Weather Wire Service
         -Emergency Managers Weather Information Network
         -NOAAPORT
         Other NWS Partners and NWS Employees

FROM:    John Guiney
         Chief, Eastern Region Meteorological Services Division

SUBJECT: Addition of metadata to NWS Eastern Region Public
         Information Statements effective May 5, 2015

Effective Tuesday, May 5, 2015, at 1200 Coordinated Universal
Time (UTC), NWS Eastern Region Weather Forecast Offices will add
metadata to the bottom of Public Information Statements (PNS)
used to summarize recent past weather such as snow accumulation,
rainfall and wind gusts. This metadata will contain the same
information found in the plain text portion of the message but
will be in a format computers can decode and plot on a map.

The metadata will start immediately following a double ampersand
(&&) with the heading *****METADATA*****. Each line following the
header will contain information in comma separated value (CSV)
format as follows:

:Event Date, Event Time, State, County, Reference City, Distance
(miles) from Reference City, Direction from Reference City,
Latitude, Longitude (in decimal degrees), Weather Event Type,
Magnitude of Event, Weather Units, Report Source, Remarks.

Here is a sample of the new format:

NOUS41 KPBZ
PNSPBZ
PAZ016

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
SPOTTER REPORTS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PITTSBURGH PA
338 PM THU FEB 26 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE UNOFFICIAL OBSERVATIONS TAKEN DURING THE PAST
8 HOURS FOR THE STORM THAT HAS BEEN AFFECTING OUR REGION.
APPRECIATION IS EXTENDED TO SKYWARN SPOTTERS...COOPERATIVE
OBSERVERS...MEDIA AND HIGHWAY DEPARTMENTS FOR THESE REPORTS.

********************STORM TOTAL SNOWFALL**********************

LOCATION          STORM TOTAL     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     SNOWFALL           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

OHIO

...JEFFERSON COUNTY
 1 WNW FOLLANSBEE         1.7  1255 PM  2/18   SOCIAL MEDIA

&&

*****METADATA*****

:2/18/2015, 1255 PM, OH, JEFFERSON, FOLLANSBEE, 1, WNW, 40.3421,
-80.6197, SNOW, 1.7, INCH, SOCIAL MEDIA, ELEV 1000

double dollar sign

Note this format change does not require any change to NOAA
Weather Wire Service product identifiers, WMO Heading codes or
Universal Generic Codes.

For comments on the new format, contact:

  Rick Watling
  NWS Eastern Region HQ
  E-mail: Richard.Watling@noaa.gov
  Phone: 631-244-0123

National Service Change Notices are online at:

    http://www.weather.gov/os/notif.htm

$$



000
NOUS41 KWBC 251916
PNSWSH

Service Change Notice 15-16
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
315 PM EDT Wed Mar 25 2015

TO:      Subscribers:
         -Family of Services
         -NOAA Weather Wire Service
         -Emergency Managers Weather Information Network
         -NOAAPORT
         Other NWS Partners and NWS Employees

FROM:    John Guiney
         Chief, Eastern Region Meteorological Services Division

SUBJECT: Addition of metadata to NWS Eastern Region Public
         Information Statements effective May 5, 2015

Effective Tuesday, May 5, 2015, at 1200 Coordinated Universal
Time (UTC), NWS Eastern Region Weather Forecast Offices will add
metadata to the bottom of Public Information Statements (PNS)
used to summarize recent past weather such as snow accumulation,
rainfall and wind gusts. This metadata will contain the same
information found in the plain text portion of the message but
will be in a format computers can decode and plot on a map.

The metadata will start immediately following a double ampersand
(&&) with the heading *****METADATA*****. Each line following the
header will contain information in comma separated value (CSV)
format as follows:

:Event Date, Event Time, State, County, Reference City, Distance
(miles) from Reference City, Direction from Reference City,
Latitude, Longitude (in decimal degrees), Weather Event Type,
Magnitude of Event, Weather Units, Report Source, Remarks.

Here is a sample of the new format:

NOUS41 KPBZ
PNSPBZ
PAZ016

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
SPOTTER REPORTS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PITTSBURGH PA
338 PM THU FEB 26 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE UNOFFICIAL OBSERVATIONS TAKEN DURING THE PAST
8 HOURS FOR THE STORM THAT HAS BEEN AFFECTING OUR REGION.
APPRECIATION IS EXTENDED TO SKYWARN SPOTTERS...COOPERATIVE
OBSERVERS...MEDIA AND HIGHWAY DEPARTMENTS FOR THESE REPORTS.

********************STORM TOTAL SNOWFALL**********************

LOCATION          STORM TOTAL     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     SNOWFALL           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

OHIO

...JEFFERSON COUNTY
 1 WNW FOLLANSBEE         1.7  1255 PM  2/18   SOCIAL MEDIA

&&

*****METADATA*****

:2/18/2015, 1255 PM, OH, JEFFERSON, FOLLANSBEE, 1, WNW, 40.3421,
-80.6197, SNOW, 1.7, INCH, SOCIAL MEDIA, ELEV 1000

double dollar sign

Note this format change does not require any change to NOAA
Weather Wire Service product identifiers, WMO Heading codes or
Universal Generic Codes.

For comments on the new format, contact:

  Rick Watling
  NWS Eastern Region HQ
  E-mail: Richard.Watling@noaa.gov
  Phone: 631-244-0123

National Service Change Notices are online at:

    http://www.weather.gov/os/notif.htm

$$



000
NOUS46 KLOX 251746
PNSLOX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOS ANGELES/OXNARD CA
1044 AM PDT WED MAR 25 2015

...SIGNIFICANT WIND GUSTS SINCE 744 AM PDT WEDNESDAY...

LOS ANGELES COUNTY                    PEAK WIND GUST
CAMP NINE...............................NORTH     43 MPH.
CHILAO..................................NORTHEAST 40 MPH.
SANDBERG................................EAST      31 MPH.
WARM SPRINGS............................EAST      37 MPH.
WHITAKER PEAK...........................NORTH     53 MPH.

VENTURA COUNTY                        PEAK WIND GUST
WILEY RIDGE.............................EAST      42 MPH.

SANTA BARBARA COUNTY                  PEAK WIND GUST
MONTECITO HILLS.........................NORTHEAST 46 MPH.
VANDENBERG..............................NORTHEAST 33 MPH.

$$







000
NOUS46 KLOX 251746
PNSLOX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOS ANGELES/OXNARD CA
1044 AM PDT WED MAR 25 2015

...SIGNIFICANT WIND GUSTS SINCE 744 AM PDT WEDNESDAY...

LOS ANGELES COUNTY                    PEAK WIND GUST
CAMP NINE...............................NORTH     43 MPH.
CHILAO..................................NORTHEAST 40 MPH.
SANDBERG................................EAST      31 MPH.
WARM SPRINGS............................EAST      37 MPH.
WHITAKER PEAK...........................NORTH     53 MPH.

VENTURA COUNTY                        PEAK WIND GUST
WILEY RIDGE.............................EAST      42 MPH.

SANTA BARBARA COUNTY                  PEAK WIND GUST
MONTECITO HILLS.........................NORTHEAST 46 MPH.
VANDENBERG..............................NORTHEAST 33 MPH.

$$






000
NOUS46 KLOX 251746
PNSLOX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOS ANGELES/OXNARD CA
1044 AM PDT WED MAR 25 2015

...SIGNIFICANT WIND GUSTS SINCE 744 AM PDT WEDNESDAY...

LOS ANGELES COUNTY                    PEAK WIND GUST
CAMP NINE...............................NORTH     43 MPH.
CHILAO..................................NORTHEAST 40 MPH.
SANDBERG................................EAST      31 MPH.
WARM SPRINGS............................EAST      37 MPH.
WHITAKER PEAK...........................NORTH     53 MPH.

VENTURA COUNTY                        PEAK WIND GUST
WILEY RIDGE.............................EAST      42 MPH.

SANTA BARBARA COUNTY                  PEAK WIND GUST
MONTECITO HILLS.........................NORTHEAST 46 MPH.
VANDENBERG..............................NORTHEAST 33 MPH.

$$







000
NOUS46 KLOX 251746
PNSLOX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOS ANGELES/OXNARD CA
1044 AM PDT WED MAR 25 2015

...SIGNIFICANT WIND GUSTS SINCE 744 AM PDT WEDNESDAY...

LOS ANGELES COUNTY                    PEAK WIND GUST
CAMP NINE...............................NORTH     43 MPH.
CHILAO..................................NORTHEAST 40 MPH.
SANDBERG................................EAST      31 MPH.
WARM SPRINGS............................EAST      37 MPH.
WHITAKER PEAK...........................NORTH     53 MPH.

VENTURA COUNTY                        PEAK WIND GUST
WILEY RIDGE.............................EAST      42 MPH.

SANTA BARBARA COUNTY                  PEAK WIND GUST
MONTECITO HILLS.........................NORTHEAST 46 MPH.
VANDENBERG..............................NORTHEAST 33 MPH.

$$






000
NOUS45 KSLC 251719
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
1110 AM MDT WED MAR 25 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

A SERIES OF STORMS BROUGHT RAIN AND SNOW PRIMARILY TO NORTHERN UTAH DURING
THE PAST FEW DAYS. BELOW ARE SUMMARY PRECIPITATION AND PEAK WIND REPORTS
FOR THE DURATION OF THESE EVENTS.

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                    10 AM WED               0.77
RICHMOND - 4576 FT                       6 AM WED               0.67
LOGAN RIVER ABV STATE DAM - 4805 FT     10 AM WED               0.64
NORTH LOGAN - 4749 FT                    8 AM WED               0.56
LOGAN - 4805 FT                          7 AM WED               0.56
PROVIDENCE - 4528 FT                     8 AM WED               0.54
LBW EXPFARM - 4498 FT                   10 AM WED               0.52
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT         10 AM WED               0.51
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                 10 AM WED               0.50
HYDE PARK - 4513 FT                      8 AM TUE               0.49
HYDE PARK - 4515 FT                      9 AM TUE               0.48
LOGAN - 4515 FT                          7 AM WED               0.45
LOGAN - 4465 FT                         10 AM WED               0.41
HYDE PARK                                3 PM MON               0.40
LBW SOUTHFORK - 5095 FT                 10 AM WED               0.36
PROVIDENCE - EVANS FARM - 4535 FT       10 AM WED               0.36
LOGAN GOLF - 4808 FT                    10 AM WED               0.32
LBW PARADISE - 4859 FT                  10 AM WED               0.28
LOGAN RADIO - 4470 FT                    5 AM WED               0.27
LOGAN DRAINAGE FARM - 4435 FT           10 AM WED               0.25
LEWISTON - 4514 FT                      10 AM WED               0.13
LOGAN - 4465 FT                         10 AM WED               0.08
LOGAN - 4806 FT                         10 AM WED               0.02

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
NORTH OGDEN - 4392 FT                    7 AM TUE      0.5      0.23
BRIGHAM CITY - 4400 FT                  10 AM WED               0.33
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                10 AM WED               0.24
BOUNTIFUL - 4760 FT                     10 AM WED               0.24
THATCHER - 4414 FT                       7 AM TUE               0.24
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4590 FT                 10 AM WED               0.23
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4802 FT                  7 AM WED               0.23
GARLAND 1 SE - 4328 FT                   6 AM WED               0.23
THATCHER - 4292 FT                       6 AM WED               0.22
CENTERVILLE - 4445 FT                    4 AM WED               0.22
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                  10 AM WED               0.20
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                     10 AM WED               0.20
PERRY - 4491 FT                          6 AM WED               0.19
NORTH OGDEN                              8 AM WED               0.18
NORTHEAST OGDEN BENCH - 4560 FT          9 PM MON               0.18
FARMINGTON - 4226 FT                    10 AM WED               0.16
FARMINGTON - 4239 FT                     6 AM WED               0.16
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT               10 AM WED               0.15
LAYTON - 4770 FT                        10 AM WED               0.14
ROY - 4457 FT                            9 AM WED               0.14
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    8 PM TUE               0.14
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT      10 AM WED               0.13
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                     10 AM WED               0.13
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT               10 AM WED               0.12
OGDEN - 4285 FT                         10 AM WED               0.12
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                    10 AM WED               0.12
SOUTH OGDEN - 4777 FT                   10 AM WED               0.12
BRIGHAM CITY - 4364 FT                   6 AM TUE               0.12
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                      10 AM WED               0.11
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                   10 AM WED               0.11
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                   10 AM WED               0.10
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT              10 AM WED               0.10
CENTERVILLE - 4216 FT                   10 AM WED               0.09
TREMONTON - 4331 FT                     10 AM WED               0.09
CLINTON - 4337 FT                       10 AM WED               0.08
LAYTON - 4468 FT                        10 AM WED               0.08
ROY - 4373 FT                           10 AM WED               0.08
WEST HAVEN - 4239 FT                     7 AM WED               0.08
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                      10 AM WED               0.07
CORINNE - 4238 FT                       10 AM WED               0.07
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT           10 AM WED               0.06
CLEARFIELD UDOT - 4685 FT               10 AM WED               0.06
WEST WEBER - 4248 FT                     7 AM WED               0.06
WEST POINT - 4350 FT                    10 AM WED               0.05
EAGLE LAKE - 4377 FT                    10 AM WED               0.04
BOTHWELL - 4343 FT                       7 AM TUE               0.03

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
MAGNA - 4400 FT                          8 AM WED               0.24
SALT LAKE CITY - 5088 FT                 7 AM WED               0.24
SALT LAKE CITY - 5305 FT                10 AM WED               0.22
SALT LAKE CITY - 4303 FT                 7 AM WED               0.22
SALT LAKE CITY - 4753 FT                10 AM WED               0.21
UPPER MILLCREEK - 5050 FT                8 AM WED               0.21
SALT LAKE CITY - 4568 FT                 7 AM WED               0.21
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT        10 AM WED               0.18
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4281 FT              10 AM WED               0.16
SALT LAKE CITY - 5102 FT                10 AM WED               0.15
TAYLORSVILLE - 4593 FT                  10 AM WED               0.15
DRAPER 2 WNW - 4427 FT                   7 AM WED               0.15
SANDY - 4637 FT                          7 AM WED               0.15
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                10 AM WED               0.14
WEST JORDAN - MSI - 4519 FT             10 AM WED               0.13
HOLLADAY - 4516 FT                      10 AM WED               0.13
HOLLADAY - 4540 FT                       7 AM WED               0.13
TAYLORSVILLE-BENNION - 4594 FT           7 AM WED               0.13
TRANS-JORDAN LANDFILL - 5201 FT         10 AM WED               0.12
SANDY - 5161 FT                         10 AM WED               0.12
RIVERTON - 4429 FT                      10 AM WED               0.12
NORTH HOLLADAY - 4600 FT                10 AM WED               0.12
TAYLORSVILLE - 4482 FT                   7 AM WED               0.12
RIVERTON - 4534 FT                       6 AM WED               0.12
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS - 5138 FT             7 AM TUE               0.12
TAYLORSVILLE - 4514 FT                  10 AM WED               0.11
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT        10 AM WED               0.11
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4317 FT               8 AM WED               0.11
MAGNA - 4375 FT                          7 AM WED               0.11
SOUTH JORDAN - 4551 FT                  10 AM WED               0.10
DRAPER - 4418 FT                        10 AM WED               0.10
HERRIMAN - 5062 FT                      10 AM WED               0.10
HOLLADAY - 4344 FT                      10 AM WED               0.10
RIVERTON - 4480 FT                      10 AM WED               0.09
SANDY - 4712 FT                         10 AM WED               0.09
DRAPER - 4426 FT                        10 AM WED               0.09
SOUTH SALT LAKE - 4340 FT                7 AM TUE               0.09
SALT LAKE CITY 4.5 SE - 4655 FT          7 AM TUE               0.09
SANDY - 4714 FT                          7 AM TUE               0.09
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                  10 AM WED               0.08
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT           10 AM WED               0.07
SANDY - 4852 FT                          7 AM TUE               0.07
MURRAY - 4290 FT                        10 AM WED               0.06
HOLLADAY - 4456 FT                       9 AM TUE               0.06
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS - 5230 FT             7 AM TUE               0.05
DRAPER - 5052 FT                        10 AM WED               0.04
GRANTSVILLE 2 W - 4480 FT                5 AM WED               0.03
SANDY - 4504 FT                          7 AM TUE               0.03
STOCKTON - 5087 FT                       7 AM TUE               0.03

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SARATOGA SPRINGS 1W - 7544 FT           10 AM WED               0.19
SPANISH FORK - 4738 FT                  10 AM WED               0.10
AMERICAN FORK - 4623 FT                  7 AM WED               0.10
SPANISH FORK - 4734 FT                  10 AM WED               0.08
SPANISH FORK - 4721 FT                  10 AM WED               0.08
PROVO - 4641 FT                         10 AM WED               0.07
LEHI - 4800 FT                           7 AM WED               0.07
PROVO BYU - 4570 FT                      5 PM TUE               0.07
LEHI - 4593 FT                          10 AM WED               0.06
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4787 FT              10 AM WED               0.06
OREM - 4728 FT                          10 AM WED               0.06
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT         10 AM WED               0.04
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4655 FT              10 AM WED               0.03
NEPHI - 5002 FT                         10 AM WED               0.02
SPANISH FORK - 4580 FT                   7 AM WED               0.02
ALPINE - 5070 FT                         5 PM TUE               0.02

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
ROCKY BASIN-SETTLEME - 8900 FT           9 AM WED               0.50
MINING FORK - 8000 FT                   10 AM WED               0.20
CALLAO GATE - 4250 FT                   10 AM WED               0.10
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        7 PM TUE               0.10
UTAH TEST RANGE - 4440 FT                5 PM TUE               0.10
ENGLISH VILLAGE - 4788 FT               10 AM WED               0.08
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                   10 AM WED               0.08
BLUE CREEK - 5170 FT                    10 AM WED               0.08
SNOWVILLE (SOUTH) - 4812 FT             10 AM WED               0.07
TARGET R - 4311 FT                      10 AM WED               0.06
CAMEL BACK MTN - 5077 FT                10 AM WED               0.05
TOWER GRID - 4346 FT                    10 AM WED               0.05
SNOWVILLE - 4560 FT                     10 AM WED               0.05
JULIET ROAD - 4324 FT                   10 AM WED               0.04
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT              10 AM WED               0.04
TARGET S - 4349 FT                      10 AM WED               0.03
WHITE SAGE - 4363 FT                    10 AM WED               0.03
VERNON CREEK NEAR VERNON 8SE - 6226 FT  10 AM WED               0.03

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
SWANSONS ENV CENTER - 5700 FT           10 AM WED               0.61
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                    10 AM WED               0.36
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT       10 AM WED               0.33
PARK CITY - 6516 FT                      7 AM WED               0.31
MORGAN - 5059 FT                        10 AM WED               0.30
MORGAN - 5092 FT                         7 AM WED               0.23
COALVILLE - 5673 FT                     10 AM WED               0.19
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT       10 AM WED               0.19
MORGAN UDOT - 5105 FT                   10 AM WED               0.17
HEBER CITY - 5768 FT                     9 AM WED               0.16
DEER CREEK DAM - 5270 FT                 5 AM WED               0.13
WANSHIP DAM - 5940 FT                    5 PM TUE               0.10

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
POWDER MOUNTAIN                          5 AM WED      9.0      1.16
SNOWBASIN MID BOWL - 7402 FT             6 AM WED      6.0      0.84
RANDOLPH - 6270 FT                       5 AM WED      1.9      0.32
MONTE CRISTO - 8960 FT                  10 AM WED               1.70
HORSE RIDGE - 8160 FT                   10 AM WED               1.30
USU DOC DANIEL - 8271 FT                 9 AM WED               1.20
BUG LAKE - 7950 FT                       9 AM WED               0.90
BEN LOMOND PEAK - 8000 FT                9 AM WED               0.90
BLACKSMITH FORK - 5020 FT                9 AM WED               0.89
LIGHTNING RIDGE - 8215 FT               10 AM WED               0.80
DRY BREAD POND - 8350 FT                10 AM WED               0.80
FARMINGTON - 8000 FT                    10 AM WED               0.70
TEMPLE FORK - 7406 FT                   10 AM WED               0.70
TONY GROVE LAKE - 8400 FT                9 AM TUE               0.70
LOOKOUT PEAK - 8200 FT                  10 AM WED               0.60
MANTUA - 5899 FT                        10 AM WED               0.57
KLONDIKE NARROWS - 7400 FT               9 AM TUE               0.50
PINEVIEW DAM - 4940 FT                   5 AM WED               0.49
EMIGRATION CANYON - 6024 FT             10 AM WED               0.31
HARDWARE RANCH - 5564 FT                 4 AM WED               0.31
LOST CREEK NR CROYDEN - 5840 FT          9 AM WED               0.30
KILFOIL CREEK - 7400 FT                  9 AM WED               0.30
GARDEN CITY SUMMIT - 7600 FT             9 AM TUE               0.30
GARDEN CITY - 7615 FT                   10 AM WED               0.26
RANDOLPH UDOT - 6329 FT                 10 AM WED               0.24
GARDEN CITY - 5959 FT                    3 AM WED               0.22
LITTLE BEAR - 6550 FT                   10 AM WED               0.20
PARRISH CREEK - 7740 FT                 10 AM WED               0.20
TONY GROVE RS - 6250 FT                  9 AM WED               0.20
LAKETOWN UDOT - 5991 FT                 10 AM WED               0.16
LAKETOWN - 5959 FT                      10 AM WED               0.13
RANDOLPH - 6264 FT                      10 AM WED               0.09

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
BRIGHTON CREST - 9500 FT                 6 AM WED     11.0      1.15
PARK CITY SUMMIT - 9300 FT               7 AM WED      8.0      1.00
ALTA UDOT - 8799 FT                      5 AM WED      8.0      1.06
THE CANYONS - 8800 FT                    8 AM WED      7.0      0.65
ALTA - COLLINS - 9662 FT                 4 AM WED      7.0      0.87
SNOWBIRD - 8100 FT                       6 AM WED      6.0      0.73
ALTA - 8730 FT                           5 PM TUE      5.0      0.81
SOLITUDE - 8200 FT                       4 AM WED      3.0      0.38
BIG COTTONWOOD SPRUCES - 7402 FT         6 AM WED      2.0      0.51
SILVER LAKE BRIGHTON - 8740 FT           5 AM WED      2.0      0.20
PROVO CANYON - 6100 FT                   5 PM TUE      1.0      0.34
MILL-D NORTH - 8960 FT                  10 AM WED               0.90
SNOWBIRD - 9640 FT                      10 AM WED               0.90
THAYNES CANYON - 9200 FT                 9 AM WED               0.80
BRIGHTON - 8750 FT                      10 AM WED               0.70
ALTA - BASE - 8560 FT                   10 AM WED               0.70
SUNDANCE - 7503 FT                      10 AM WED               0.60
DEER VALLEY - ONTARIO - 9100 FT         10 AM WED               0.60
PAYSON R.S. - 8050 FT                    9 AM WED               0.40
CASCADE MOUNTAIN - 7768 FT               9 AM WED               0.30
TIMPANOGOS DIVIDE - 8140 FT              7 PM MON               0.20
TIMPANOGOS CAVE - 7999 FT               10 AM WED               0.11

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
HEBER CITY 10 ESE - 8305 FT              8 AM WED      1.5      0.35
TRIAL LAKE - 9960 FT                    10 AM WED               1.20
HAYDEN FORK - 9100 FT                   10 AM WED               0.90
STEEL CREEK PARK - 10100 FT             10 AM WED               0.80
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                10 AM WED               0.71
HEWINTA - 9500 FT                        9 AM WED               0.70
CHALK CREEK #1 - 9100 FT                10 AM WED               0.60
BROWN DUCK - 10600 FT                   10 AM WED               0.60
LILY LAKE - 9050 FT                     10 AM WED               0.50
LAKEFORK #1 - 10100 FT                  10 AM WED               0.50
BEAR RIVER RS - 8500 FT                  9 AM TUE               0.50
REDDEN MINE LWR - 8500 FT                9 AM TUE               0.50
WEST FORK BLACKSMITHS FORK - 9620 FT    10 AM WED               0.49
HOLE-IN-ROCK - 9150 FT                  10 AM WED               0.40
LAKEFORK BASIN - 10900 FT               10 AM WED               0.40
BEAVER DIVIDE - 8280 FT                 10 AM WED               0.40
WEBER RIVER NR OAKLEY 7NNE - 6653 FT    10 AM WED               0.32
CHALK CREEK #2 - 8200 FT                10 AM WED               0.30
SMITH & MOREHOUSE - 7600 FT             10 AM WED               0.30
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         8 PM TUE               0.29
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         8 PM TUE               0.29
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT          10 AM WED               0.28
BEAR RIVER - 8536 FT                     8 PM TUE               0.28
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                     10 AM WED               0.25
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        8 PM TUE               0.24
FIVE POINTS LAKE - 10920 FT             10 AM WED               0.20
BLACKS FORK JCT - 8870 FT                9 AM WED               0.20
OAKLEY - 7800 FT                        10 AM WED               0.13
ROCK CREEK - 7900 FT                     9 AM WED               0.10

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
WHITE RIVER #1 - 8550 FT                10 AM WED               0.40
STRAWBERRY DIVIDE - 8400 FT             10 AM WED               0.40
CLEAR CREEK #2 - 8300 FT                 9 AM WED               0.40
DANIELS-STRAWBERRY - 8000 FT             9 AM TUE               0.40
CLEAR CREEK #1 - 9200 FT                 9 AM WED               0.30
HUNTINGTON HORSE - 9657 FT               9 AM TUE               0.20

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT     10 AM WED               0.05
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT           10 AM WED               0.04
ALTAMONT - 6370 FT                       5 AM WED               0.02

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
MANTI RADIO - 5498 FT                    5 AM WED               0.02

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
GBRC MEADOWS - 9780 FT                   9 AM WED               0.90
SEELEY CREEK - 10000 FT                 10 AM WED               0.30
RED PINE RIDGE - 9200 FT                10 AM WED               0.30
MT BALDY - 9494 FT                       9 AM TUE               0.20
DILLS CAMP - 9200 FT                     2 PM MON               0.20
GBRC HQ - 8541 FT                        9 AM WED               0.10
PICKLE KEG - 9600 FT                     9 AM WED               0.10
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT         10 AM WED               0.03
10 ESE OAK CITY - 7268 FT               10 AM WED               0.02

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT        10 AM WED               0.24
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    7 PM TUE               0.21


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


...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     8 AM MON     44 MPH

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
WEST OGDEN - 4222 FT                     2 PM MON     54 MPH
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            2 PM MON     52 MPH
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       2 PM MON     49 MPH
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     3 PM MON     47 MPH
LEGACY PARKWAY - 4215 FT                 3 PM MON     44 MPH
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                      2 PM MON     42 MPH
GREAT SALT LAKE MINERALS - 4212 FT       2 PM MON     42 MPH
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    3 PM MON     41 MPH
PORTABLE RWIS 2 - 4292 FT                1 PM MON     40 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         8 AM MON     59 MPH
SALT AIR - 4209 FT                       9 AM MON     55 MPH
FLIGHT PARK SOUTH - 5202 FT              8 PM MON     41 MPH
VERNON HILL - 5761 FT                    3 PM MON     41 MPH
TOOELE CITY - 5135 FT                    7 AM MON     40 MPH

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
PIONEER CROSSING - 4650 FT              11 PM SUN     46 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
PROMONTORY POINT - 6926 FT               2 PM MON     58 MPH
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              8 AM MON     57 MPH
UTTR THERMAL TREATMENT UNIT - 4915 FT    7 AM MON     55 MPH
WEST OF WILDCAT MTN - 4259 FT           12 PM MON     54 MPH
EAGLE RANGE - 4239 FT                    1 PM MON     53 MPH
HOGUP - 4229 FT                          6 AM MON     53 MPH
DIDDLE KNOLL - 4265 FT                   6 PM MON     51 MPH
GROOME - 4223 FT                         5 AM MON     51 MPH
BADGER ISLAND - 4199 FT                  9 AM MON     50 MPH
HAT ISLAND - 4242 FT                     2 PM MON     49 MPH
GUNNISON ISLAND - 4242 FT                6 PM MON     47 MPH
CAUSEWAY - 4246 FT                       6 PM MON     47 MPH
I-80 AT MP 1 - 4270 FT                   6 AM MON     47 MPH
UTTR OASIS COMPOUND - 4437 FT            7 AM MON     46 MPH
WENDOVER PORT OF ENTRY - 4227 FT         5 AM MON     46 MPH
UPPER CEDAR MTN - 7052 FT                5 AM WED     44 MPH
SR-30 AT CURLEW - 4766 FT                5 PM TUE     44 MPH
WEST SALT FLATS - 4237 FT                5 PM MON     44 MPH
WEST GRANITE - 4403 FT                  12 AM WED     43 MPH
I-80 AT MP 29 - 4125 FT                  6 PM MON     43 MPH
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT                2 PM MON     43 MPH
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT              12 PM MON     43 MPH
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 7 PM MON     41 MPH
JOHNSONS PASS - 6520 FT                  7 AM MON     41 MPH
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                   2 AM MON     41 MPH
V-GRID - 4226 FT                         2 AM MON     41 MPH
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                2 PM MON     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
TRAPPERS LOOP ROAD - 5774 FT             3 PM MON     45 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OGDEN PEAK - 9570 FT                     8 PM MON     63 MPH
SHERWOOD HILLS - 5039 FT                 2 PM MON     52 MPH
SR-16 @ MP1 - 6533 FT                    4 PM MON     48 MPH
SR-65 AT BIG MOUNTAIN PASS - 7433 FT     3 PM MON     48 MPH
POWDER MOUNTAIN - 8897 FT               12 AM WED     47 MPH
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    4 PM MON     47 MPH
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       4 PM MON     46 MPH
WEBER CANYON POWER PLANT - 5801 FT       3 PM MON     46 MPH
LOGAN SUMMIT - 7620 FT                  10 PM TUE     45 MPH
PORTABLE RWIS 5 - 7612 FT                4 PM MON     42 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
CENTRAL WASATCH PEAKS - 11066 FT         4 AM WED     71 MPH
CENTRAL WASATCH PEAKS - 10443 FT        12 AM WED     45 MPH
TIMPANOGOS CAVE - 7999 FT               12 AM WED     44 MPH
CANYONS - LOOKOUT - 8297 FT             11 PM TUE     44 MPH
SUNDANCE - ARROWHEAD - 8251 FT          12 PM TUE     44 MPH
PARLEYS CANYON AT QUARRY - 5100 FT       8 PM MON     42 MPH
PARK CITY - JUPITER - 10024 FT          11 AM MON     42 MPH
BUNNELLS - 8800 FT                       4 AM WED     40 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
DRY RIDGE - 11565 FT                     2 AM WED     61 MPH
WINDY PEAK - 10662 FT                    3 PM TUE     59 MPH
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       4 AM TUE     59 MPH
LOFTY LAKE PEAK - 11186 FT               9 AM MON     49 MPH
SR-35 AT WOLF CREEK SUMMIT - 9407 FT     1 AM WED     42 MPH

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
SOLDIER SUMMIT - 7487 FT                 5 AM WED     50 MPH
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      5 PM MON     42 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
ROOSEVELT - 5171 FT                      1 PM MON     47 MPH
US-40 @ STARVATION - 5720 FT             1 PM MON     47 MPH

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
HANKSVILLE - 4444 FT                     8 PM MON     40 MPH

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
I-70 AT SALINA - 5226 FT                 2 PM MON     40 MPH
RICHFIELD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5299 FT    2 PM MON     40 MPH

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
I-15 AT BLACK RIDGE - 5160 FT           10 AM WED     40 MPH

...GLEN CANYON RECREATION AREA/LAKE POWELL...
BULLFROG MARINA - 3700 FT                9 PM MON     41 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SR-72 AT HOGAN PASS - 8977 FT            5 PM MON     54 MPH
FREMONT JUNCTION - 6801 FT               5 PM MON     44 MPH
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    3 PM MON     42 MPH

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
BRIAN HEAD 2S - 10472 FT                 9 AM WED     46 MPH
CIRCLEVILLE - 6120 FT                    9 PM MON     44 MPH
SR-12 AT BOULDER SUMMIT - 9595 FT        4 PM MON     41 MPH
SR-24 AT WAYNE SUMMIT - 8378 FT          8 AM WED     40 MPH

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
I-80 EAST OF EVANSTON - 7579 FT         12 PM TUE     47 MPH
FORT BRIDGER WY - 7034 FT                6 PM TUE     46 MPH
FRENCH - 7375 FT                         1 PM TUE     46 MPH
CHURCH BUTTE - 6743 FT                   6 PM TUE     45 MPH
PAINTER - 6939 FT                        4 PM MON     44 MPH
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         4 PM MON     43 MPH
COAL ROAD - 7349 FT                      1 PM TUE     40 MPH
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    4 PM MON     40 MPH


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000
NOUS45 KSLC 251719
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
1110 AM MDT WED MAR 25 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

A SERIES OF STORMS BROUGHT RAIN AND SNOW PRIMARILY TO NORTHERN UTAH DURING
THE PAST FEW DAYS. BELOW ARE SUMMARY PRECIPITATION AND PEAK WIND REPORTS
FOR THE DURATION OF THESE EVENTS.

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                    10 AM WED               0.77
RICHMOND - 4576 FT                       6 AM WED               0.67
LOGAN RIVER ABV STATE DAM - 4805 FT     10 AM WED               0.64
NORTH LOGAN - 4749 FT                    8 AM WED               0.56
LOGAN - 4805 FT                          7 AM WED               0.56
PROVIDENCE - 4528 FT                     8 AM WED               0.54
LBW EXPFARM - 4498 FT                   10 AM WED               0.52
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT         10 AM WED               0.51
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                 10 AM WED               0.50
HYDE PARK - 4513 FT                      8 AM TUE               0.49
HYDE PARK - 4515 FT                      9 AM TUE               0.48
LOGAN - 4515 FT                          7 AM WED               0.45
LOGAN - 4465 FT                         10 AM WED               0.41
HYDE PARK                                3 PM MON               0.40
LBW SOUTHFORK - 5095 FT                 10 AM WED               0.36
PROVIDENCE - EVANS FARM - 4535 FT       10 AM WED               0.36
LOGAN GOLF - 4808 FT                    10 AM WED               0.32
LBW PARADISE - 4859 FT                  10 AM WED               0.28
LOGAN RADIO - 4470 FT                    5 AM WED               0.27
LOGAN DRAINAGE FARM - 4435 FT           10 AM WED               0.25
LEWISTON - 4514 FT                      10 AM WED               0.13
LOGAN - 4465 FT                         10 AM WED               0.08
LOGAN - 4806 FT                         10 AM WED               0.02

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
NORTH OGDEN - 4392 FT                    7 AM TUE      0.5      0.23
BRIGHAM CITY - 4400 FT                  10 AM WED               0.33
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                10 AM WED               0.24
BOUNTIFUL - 4760 FT                     10 AM WED               0.24
THATCHER - 4414 FT                       7 AM TUE               0.24
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4590 FT                 10 AM WED               0.23
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4802 FT                  7 AM WED               0.23
GARLAND 1 SE - 4328 FT                   6 AM WED               0.23
THATCHER - 4292 FT                       6 AM WED               0.22
CENTERVILLE - 4445 FT                    4 AM WED               0.22
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                  10 AM WED               0.20
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                     10 AM WED               0.20
PERRY - 4491 FT                          6 AM WED               0.19
NORTH OGDEN                              8 AM WED               0.18
NORTHEAST OGDEN BENCH - 4560 FT          9 PM MON               0.18
FARMINGTON - 4226 FT                    10 AM WED               0.16
FARMINGTON - 4239 FT                     6 AM WED               0.16
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT               10 AM WED               0.15
LAYTON - 4770 FT                        10 AM WED               0.14
ROY - 4457 FT                            9 AM WED               0.14
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    8 PM TUE               0.14
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT      10 AM WED               0.13
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                     10 AM WED               0.13
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT               10 AM WED               0.12
OGDEN - 4285 FT                         10 AM WED               0.12
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                    10 AM WED               0.12
SOUTH OGDEN - 4777 FT                   10 AM WED               0.12
BRIGHAM CITY - 4364 FT                   6 AM TUE               0.12
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                      10 AM WED               0.11
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                   10 AM WED               0.11
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                   10 AM WED               0.10
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT              10 AM WED               0.10
CENTERVILLE - 4216 FT                   10 AM WED               0.09
TREMONTON - 4331 FT                     10 AM WED               0.09
CLINTON - 4337 FT                       10 AM WED               0.08
LAYTON - 4468 FT                        10 AM WED               0.08
ROY - 4373 FT                           10 AM WED               0.08
WEST HAVEN - 4239 FT                     7 AM WED               0.08
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                      10 AM WED               0.07
CORINNE - 4238 FT                       10 AM WED               0.07
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT           10 AM WED               0.06
CLEARFIELD UDOT - 4685 FT               10 AM WED               0.06
WEST WEBER - 4248 FT                     7 AM WED               0.06
WEST POINT - 4350 FT                    10 AM WED               0.05
EAGLE LAKE - 4377 FT                    10 AM WED               0.04
BOTHWELL - 4343 FT                       7 AM TUE               0.03

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
MAGNA - 4400 FT                          8 AM WED               0.24
SALT LAKE CITY - 5088 FT                 7 AM WED               0.24
SALT LAKE CITY - 5305 FT                10 AM WED               0.22
SALT LAKE CITY - 4303 FT                 7 AM WED               0.22
SALT LAKE CITY - 4753 FT                10 AM WED               0.21
UPPER MILLCREEK - 5050 FT                8 AM WED               0.21
SALT LAKE CITY - 4568 FT                 7 AM WED               0.21
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT        10 AM WED               0.18
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4281 FT              10 AM WED               0.16
SALT LAKE CITY - 5102 FT                10 AM WED               0.15
TAYLORSVILLE - 4593 FT                  10 AM WED               0.15
DRAPER 2 WNW - 4427 FT                   7 AM WED               0.15
SANDY - 4637 FT                          7 AM WED               0.15
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                10 AM WED               0.14
WEST JORDAN - MSI - 4519 FT             10 AM WED               0.13
HOLLADAY - 4516 FT                      10 AM WED               0.13
HOLLADAY - 4540 FT                       7 AM WED               0.13
TAYLORSVILLE-BENNION - 4594 FT           7 AM WED               0.13
TRANS-JORDAN LANDFILL - 5201 FT         10 AM WED               0.12
SANDY - 5161 FT                         10 AM WED               0.12
RIVERTON - 4429 FT                      10 AM WED               0.12
NORTH HOLLADAY - 4600 FT                10 AM WED               0.12
TAYLORSVILLE - 4482 FT                   7 AM WED               0.12
RIVERTON - 4534 FT                       6 AM WED               0.12
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS - 5138 FT             7 AM TUE               0.12
TAYLORSVILLE - 4514 FT                  10 AM WED               0.11
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT        10 AM WED               0.11
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4317 FT               8 AM WED               0.11
MAGNA - 4375 FT                          7 AM WED               0.11
SOUTH JORDAN - 4551 FT                  10 AM WED               0.10
DRAPER - 4418 FT                        10 AM WED               0.10
HERRIMAN - 5062 FT                      10 AM WED               0.10
HOLLADAY - 4344 FT                      10 AM WED               0.10
RIVERTON - 4480 FT                      10 AM WED               0.09
SANDY - 4712 FT                         10 AM WED               0.09
DRAPER - 4426 FT                        10 AM WED               0.09
SOUTH SALT LAKE - 4340 FT                7 AM TUE               0.09
SALT LAKE CITY 4.5 SE - 4655 FT          7 AM TUE               0.09
SANDY - 4714 FT                          7 AM TUE               0.09
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                  10 AM WED               0.08
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT           10 AM WED               0.07
SANDY - 4852 FT                          7 AM TUE               0.07
MURRAY - 4290 FT                        10 AM WED               0.06
HOLLADAY - 4456 FT                       9 AM TUE               0.06
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS - 5230 FT             7 AM TUE               0.05
DRAPER - 5052 FT                        10 AM WED               0.04
GRANTSVILLE 2 W - 4480 FT                5 AM WED               0.03
SANDY - 4504 FT                          7 AM TUE               0.03
STOCKTON - 5087 FT                       7 AM TUE               0.03

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SARATOGA SPRINGS 1W - 7544 FT           10 AM WED               0.19
SPANISH FORK - 4738 FT                  10 AM WED               0.10
AMERICAN FORK - 4623 FT                  7 AM WED               0.10
SPANISH FORK - 4734 FT                  10 AM WED               0.08
SPANISH FORK - 4721 FT                  10 AM WED               0.08
PROVO - 4641 FT                         10 AM WED               0.07
LEHI - 4800 FT                           7 AM WED               0.07
PROVO BYU - 4570 FT                      5 PM TUE               0.07
LEHI - 4593 FT                          10 AM WED               0.06
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4787 FT              10 AM WED               0.06
OREM - 4728 FT                          10 AM WED               0.06
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT         10 AM WED               0.04
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4655 FT              10 AM WED               0.03
NEPHI - 5002 FT                         10 AM WED               0.02
SPANISH FORK - 4580 FT                   7 AM WED               0.02
ALPINE - 5070 FT                         5 PM TUE               0.02

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
ROCKY BASIN-SETTLEME - 8900 FT           9 AM WED               0.50
MINING FORK - 8000 FT                   10 AM WED               0.20
CALLAO GATE - 4250 FT                   10 AM WED               0.10
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        7 PM TUE               0.10
UTAH TEST RANGE - 4440 FT                5 PM TUE               0.10
ENGLISH VILLAGE - 4788 FT               10 AM WED               0.08
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                   10 AM WED               0.08
BLUE CREEK - 5170 FT                    10 AM WED               0.08
SNOWVILLE (SOUTH) - 4812 FT             10 AM WED               0.07
TARGET R - 4311 FT                      10 AM WED               0.06
CAMEL BACK MTN - 5077 FT                10 AM WED               0.05
TOWER GRID - 4346 FT                    10 AM WED               0.05
SNOWVILLE - 4560 FT                     10 AM WED               0.05
JULIET ROAD - 4324 FT                   10 AM WED               0.04
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT              10 AM WED               0.04
TARGET S - 4349 FT                      10 AM WED               0.03
WHITE SAGE - 4363 FT                    10 AM WED               0.03
VERNON CREEK NEAR VERNON 8SE - 6226 FT  10 AM WED               0.03

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
SWANSONS ENV CENTER - 5700 FT           10 AM WED               0.61
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                    10 AM WED               0.36
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT       10 AM WED               0.33
PARK CITY - 6516 FT                      7 AM WED               0.31
MORGAN - 5059 FT                        10 AM WED               0.30
MORGAN - 5092 FT                         7 AM WED               0.23
COALVILLE - 5673 FT                     10 AM WED               0.19
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT       10 AM WED               0.19
MORGAN UDOT - 5105 FT                   10 AM WED               0.17
HEBER CITY - 5768 FT                     9 AM WED               0.16
DEER CREEK DAM - 5270 FT                 5 AM WED               0.13
WANSHIP DAM - 5940 FT                    5 PM TUE               0.10

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
POWDER MOUNTAIN                          5 AM WED      9.0      1.16
SNOWBASIN MID BOWL - 7402 FT             6 AM WED      6.0      0.84
RANDOLPH - 6270 FT                       5 AM WED      1.9      0.32
MONTE CRISTO - 8960 FT                  10 AM WED               1.70
HORSE RIDGE - 8160 FT                   10 AM WED               1.30
USU DOC DANIEL - 8271 FT                 9 AM WED               1.20
BUG LAKE - 7950 FT                       9 AM WED               0.90
BEN LOMOND PEAK - 8000 FT                9 AM WED               0.90
BLACKSMITH FORK - 5020 FT                9 AM WED               0.89
LIGHTNING RIDGE - 8215 FT               10 AM WED               0.80
DRY BREAD POND - 8350 FT                10 AM WED               0.80
FARMINGTON - 8000 FT                    10 AM WED               0.70
TEMPLE FORK - 7406 FT                   10 AM WED               0.70
TONY GROVE LAKE - 8400 FT                9 AM TUE               0.70
LOOKOUT PEAK - 8200 FT                  10 AM WED               0.60
MANTUA - 5899 FT                        10 AM WED               0.57
KLONDIKE NARROWS - 7400 FT               9 AM TUE               0.50
PINEVIEW DAM - 4940 FT                   5 AM WED               0.49
EMIGRATION CANYON - 6024 FT             10 AM WED               0.31
HARDWARE RANCH - 5564 FT                 4 AM WED               0.31
LOST CREEK NR CROYDEN - 5840 FT          9 AM WED               0.30
KILFOIL CREEK - 7400 FT                  9 AM WED               0.30
GARDEN CITY SUMMIT - 7600 FT             9 AM TUE               0.30
GARDEN CITY - 7615 FT                   10 AM WED               0.26
RANDOLPH UDOT - 6329 FT                 10 AM WED               0.24
GARDEN CITY - 5959 FT                    3 AM WED               0.22
LITTLE BEAR - 6550 FT                   10 AM WED               0.20
PARRISH CREEK - 7740 FT                 10 AM WED               0.20
TONY GROVE RS - 6250 FT                  9 AM WED               0.20
LAKETOWN UDOT - 5991 FT                 10 AM WED               0.16
LAKETOWN - 5959 FT                      10 AM WED               0.13
RANDOLPH - 6264 FT                      10 AM WED               0.09

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
BRIGHTON CREST - 9500 FT                 6 AM WED     11.0      1.15
PARK CITY SUMMIT - 9300 FT               7 AM WED      8.0      1.00
ALTA UDOT - 8799 FT                      5 AM WED      8.0      1.06
THE CANYONS - 8800 FT                    8 AM WED      7.0      0.65
ALTA - COLLINS - 9662 FT                 4 AM WED      7.0      0.87
SNOWBIRD - 8100 FT                       6 AM WED      6.0      0.73
ALTA - 8730 FT                           5 PM TUE      5.0      0.81
SOLITUDE - 8200 FT                       4 AM WED      3.0      0.38
BIG COTTONWOOD SPRUCES - 7402 FT         6 AM WED      2.0      0.51
SILVER LAKE BRIGHTON - 8740 FT           5 AM WED      2.0      0.20
PROVO CANYON - 6100 FT                   5 PM TUE      1.0      0.34
MILL-D NORTH - 8960 FT                  10 AM WED               0.90
SNOWBIRD - 9640 FT                      10 AM WED               0.90
THAYNES CANYON - 9200 FT                 9 AM WED               0.80
BRIGHTON - 8750 FT                      10 AM WED               0.70
ALTA - BASE - 8560 FT                   10 AM WED               0.70
SUNDANCE - 7503 FT                      10 AM WED               0.60
DEER VALLEY - ONTARIO - 9100 FT         10 AM WED               0.60
PAYSON R.S. - 8050 FT                    9 AM WED               0.40
CASCADE MOUNTAIN - 7768 FT               9 AM WED               0.30
TIMPANOGOS DIVIDE - 8140 FT              7 PM MON               0.20
TIMPANOGOS CAVE - 7999 FT               10 AM WED               0.11

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
HEBER CITY 10 ESE - 8305 FT              8 AM WED      1.5      0.35
TRIAL LAKE - 9960 FT                    10 AM WED               1.20
HAYDEN FORK - 9100 FT                   10 AM WED               0.90
STEEL CREEK PARK - 10100 FT             10 AM WED               0.80
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                10 AM WED               0.71
HEWINTA - 9500 FT                        9 AM WED               0.70
CHALK CREEK #1 - 9100 FT                10 AM WED               0.60
BROWN DUCK - 10600 FT                   10 AM WED               0.60
LILY LAKE - 9050 FT                     10 AM WED               0.50
LAKEFORK #1 - 10100 FT                  10 AM WED               0.50
BEAR RIVER RS - 8500 FT                  9 AM TUE               0.50
REDDEN MINE LWR - 8500 FT                9 AM TUE               0.50
WEST FORK BLACKSMITHS FORK - 9620 FT    10 AM WED               0.49
HOLE-IN-ROCK - 9150 FT                  10 AM WED               0.40
LAKEFORK BASIN - 10900 FT               10 AM WED               0.40
BEAVER DIVIDE - 8280 FT                 10 AM WED               0.40
WEBER RIVER NR OAKLEY 7NNE - 6653 FT    10 AM WED               0.32
CHALK CREEK #2 - 8200 FT                10 AM WED               0.30
SMITH & MOREHOUSE - 7600 FT             10 AM WED               0.30
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         8 PM TUE               0.29
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         8 PM TUE               0.29
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT          10 AM WED               0.28
BEAR RIVER - 8536 FT                     8 PM TUE               0.28
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                     10 AM WED               0.25
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        8 PM TUE               0.24
FIVE POINTS LAKE - 10920 FT             10 AM WED               0.20
BLACKS FORK JCT - 8870 FT                9 AM WED               0.20
OAKLEY - 7800 FT                        10 AM WED               0.13
ROCK CREEK - 7900 FT                     9 AM WED               0.10

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
WHITE RIVER #1 - 8550 FT                10 AM WED               0.40
STRAWBERRY DIVIDE - 8400 FT             10 AM WED               0.40
CLEAR CREEK #2 - 8300 FT                 9 AM WED               0.40
DANIELS-STRAWBERRY - 8000 FT             9 AM TUE               0.40
CLEAR CREEK #1 - 9200 FT                 9 AM WED               0.30
HUNTINGTON HORSE - 9657 FT               9 AM TUE               0.20

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT     10 AM WED               0.05
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT           10 AM WED               0.04
ALTAMONT - 6370 FT                       5 AM WED               0.02

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
MANTI RADIO - 5498 FT                    5 AM WED               0.02

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
GBRC MEADOWS - 9780 FT                   9 AM WED               0.90
SEELEY CREEK - 10000 FT                 10 AM WED               0.30
RED PINE RIDGE - 9200 FT                10 AM WED               0.30
MT BALDY - 9494 FT                       9 AM TUE               0.20
DILLS CAMP - 9200 FT                     2 PM MON               0.20
GBRC HQ - 8541 FT                        9 AM WED               0.10
PICKLE KEG - 9600 FT                     9 AM WED               0.10
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT         10 AM WED               0.03
10 ESE OAK CITY - 7268 FT               10 AM WED               0.02

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT        10 AM WED               0.24
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    7 PM TUE               0.21


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


...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     8 AM MON     44 MPH

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
WEST OGDEN - 4222 FT                     2 PM MON     54 MPH
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            2 PM MON     52 MPH
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       2 PM MON     49 MPH
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     3 PM MON     47 MPH
LEGACY PARKWAY - 4215 FT                 3 PM MON     44 MPH
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                      2 PM MON     42 MPH
GREAT SALT LAKE MINERALS - 4212 FT       2 PM MON     42 MPH
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    3 PM MON     41 MPH
PORTABLE RWIS 2 - 4292 FT                1 PM MON     40 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         8 AM MON     59 MPH
SALT AIR - 4209 FT                       9 AM MON     55 MPH
FLIGHT PARK SOUTH - 5202 FT              8 PM MON     41 MPH
VERNON HILL - 5761 FT                    3 PM MON     41 MPH
TOOELE CITY - 5135 FT                    7 AM MON     40 MPH

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
PIONEER CROSSING - 4650 FT              11 PM SUN     46 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
PROMONTORY POINT - 6926 FT               2 PM MON     58 MPH
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              8 AM MON     57 MPH
UTTR THERMAL TREATMENT UNIT - 4915 FT    7 AM MON     55 MPH
WEST OF WILDCAT MTN - 4259 FT           12 PM MON     54 MPH
EAGLE RANGE - 4239 FT                    1 PM MON     53 MPH
HOGUP - 4229 FT                          6 AM MON     53 MPH
DIDDLE KNOLL - 4265 FT                   6 PM MON     51 MPH
GROOME - 4223 FT                         5 AM MON     51 MPH
BADGER ISLAND - 4199 FT                  9 AM MON     50 MPH
HAT ISLAND - 4242 FT                     2 PM MON     49 MPH
GUNNISON ISLAND - 4242 FT                6 PM MON     47 MPH
CAUSEWAY - 4246 FT                       6 PM MON     47 MPH
I-80 AT MP 1 - 4270 FT                   6 AM MON     47 MPH
UTTR OASIS COMPOUND - 4437 FT            7 AM MON     46 MPH
WENDOVER PORT OF ENTRY - 4227 FT         5 AM MON     46 MPH
UPPER CEDAR MTN - 7052 FT                5 AM WED     44 MPH
SR-30 AT CURLEW - 4766 FT                5 PM TUE     44 MPH
WEST SALT FLATS - 4237 FT                5 PM MON     44 MPH
WEST GRANITE - 4403 FT                  12 AM WED     43 MPH
I-80 AT MP 29 - 4125 FT                  6 PM MON     43 MPH
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT                2 PM MON     43 MPH
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT              12 PM MON     43 MPH
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 7 PM MON     41 MPH
JOHNSONS PASS - 6520 FT                  7 AM MON     41 MPH
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                   2 AM MON     41 MPH
V-GRID - 4226 FT                         2 AM MON     41 MPH
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                2 PM MON     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
TRAPPERS LOOP ROAD - 5774 FT             3 PM MON     45 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OGDEN PEAK - 9570 FT                     8 PM MON     63 MPH
SHERWOOD HILLS - 5039 FT                 2 PM MON     52 MPH
SR-16 @ MP1 - 6533 FT                    4 PM MON     48 MPH
SR-65 AT BIG MOUNTAIN PASS - 7433 FT     3 PM MON     48 MPH
POWDER MOUNTAIN - 8897 FT               12 AM WED     47 MPH
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    4 PM MON     47 MPH
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       4 PM MON     46 MPH
WEBER CANYON POWER PLANT - 5801 FT       3 PM MON     46 MPH
LOGAN SUMMIT - 7620 FT                  10 PM TUE     45 MPH
PORTABLE RWIS 5 - 7612 FT                4 PM MON     42 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
CENTRAL WASATCH PEAKS - 11066 FT         4 AM WED     71 MPH
CENTRAL WASATCH PEAKS - 10443 FT        12 AM WED     45 MPH
TIMPANOGOS CAVE - 7999 FT               12 AM WED     44 MPH
CANYONS - LOOKOUT - 8297 FT             11 PM TUE     44 MPH
SUNDANCE - ARROWHEAD - 8251 FT          12 PM TUE     44 MPH
PARLEYS CANYON AT QUARRY - 5100 FT       8 PM MON     42 MPH
PARK CITY - JUPITER - 10024 FT          11 AM MON     42 MPH
BUNNELLS - 8800 FT                       4 AM WED     40 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
DRY RIDGE - 11565 FT                     2 AM WED     61 MPH
WINDY PEAK - 10662 FT                    3 PM TUE     59 MPH
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       4 AM TUE     59 MPH
LOFTY LAKE PEAK - 11186 FT               9 AM MON     49 MPH
SR-35 AT WOLF CREEK SUMMIT - 9407 FT     1 AM WED     42 MPH

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
SOLDIER SUMMIT - 7487 FT                 5 AM WED     50 MPH
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      5 PM MON     42 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
ROOSEVELT - 5171 FT                      1 PM MON     47 MPH
US-40 @ STARVATION - 5720 FT             1 PM MON     47 MPH

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
HANKSVILLE - 4444 FT                     8 PM MON     40 MPH

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
I-70 AT SALINA - 5226 FT                 2 PM MON     40 MPH
RICHFIELD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5299 FT    2 PM MON     40 MPH

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
I-15 AT BLACK RIDGE - 5160 FT           10 AM WED     40 MPH

...GLEN CANYON RECREATION AREA/LAKE POWELL...
BULLFROG MARINA - 3700 FT                9 PM MON     41 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SR-72 AT HOGAN PASS - 8977 FT            5 PM MON     54 MPH
FREMONT JUNCTION - 6801 FT               5 PM MON     44 MPH
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    3 PM MON     42 MPH

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
BRIAN HEAD 2S - 10472 FT                 9 AM WED     46 MPH
CIRCLEVILLE - 6120 FT                    9 PM MON     44 MPH
SR-12 AT BOULDER SUMMIT - 9595 FT        4 PM MON     41 MPH
SR-24 AT WAYNE SUMMIT - 8378 FT          8 AM WED     40 MPH

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
I-80 EAST OF EVANSTON - 7579 FT         12 PM TUE     47 MPH
FORT BRIDGER WY - 7034 FT                6 PM TUE     46 MPH
FRENCH - 7375 FT                         1 PM TUE     46 MPH
CHURCH BUTTE - 6743 FT                   6 PM TUE     45 MPH
PAINTER - 6939 FT                        4 PM MON     44 MPH
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         4 PM MON     43 MPH
COAL ROAD - 7349 FT                      1 PM TUE     40 MPH
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    4 PM MON     40 MPH


$$



000
NOUS45 KSLC 251719
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
1110 AM MDT WED MAR 25 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

A SERIES OF STORMS BROUGHT RAIN AND SNOW PRIMARILY TO NORTHERN UTAH DURING
THE PAST FEW DAYS. BELOW ARE SUMMARY PRECIPITATION AND PEAK WIND REPORTS
FOR THE DURATION OF THESE EVENTS.

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                    10 AM WED               0.77
RICHMOND - 4576 FT                       6 AM WED               0.67
LOGAN RIVER ABV STATE DAM - 4805 FT     10 AM WED               0.64
NORTH LOGAN - 4749 FT                    8 AM WED               0.56
LOGAN - 4805 FT                          7 AM WED               0.56
PROVIDENCE - 4528 FT                     8 AM WED               0.54
LBW EXPFARM - 4498 FT                   10 AM WED               0.52
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT         10 AM WED               0.51
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                 10 AM WED               0.50
HYDE PARK - 4513 FT                      8 AM TUE               0.49
HYDE PARK - 4515 FT                      9 AM TUE               0.48
LOGAN - 4515 FT                          7 AM WED               0.45
LOGAN - 4465 FT                         10 AM WED               0.41
HYDE PARK                                3 PM MON               0.40
LBW SOUTHFORK - 5095 FT                 10 AM WED               0.36
PROVIDENCE - EVANS FARM - 4535 FT       10 AM WED               0.36
LOGAN GOLF - 4808 FT                    10 AM WED               0.32
LBW PARADISE - 4859 FT                  10 AM WED               0.28
LOGAN RADIO - 4470 FT                    5 AM WED               0.27
LOGAN DRAINAGE FARM - 4435 FT           10 AM WED               0.25
LEWISTON - 4514 FT                      10 AM WED               0.13
LOGAN - 4465 FT                         10 AM WED               0.08
LOGAN - 4806 FT                         10 AM WED               0.02

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
NORTH OGDEN - 4392 FT                    7 AM TUE      0.5      0.23
BRIGHAM CITY - 4400 FT                  10 AM WED               0.33
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                10 AM WED               0.24
BOUNTIFUL - 4760 FT                     10 AM WED               0.24
THATCHER - 4414 FT                       7 AM TUE               0.24
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4590 FT                 10 AM WED               0.23
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4802 FT                  7 AM WED               0.23
GARLAND 1 SE - 4328 FT                   6 AM WED               0.23
THATCHER - 4292 FT                       6 AM WED               0.22
CENTERVILLE - 4445 FT                    4 AM WED               0.22
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                  10 AM WED               0.20
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                     10 AM WED               0.20
PERRY - 4491 FT                          6 AM WED               0.19
NORTH OGDEN                              8 AM WED               0.18
NORTHEAST OGDEN BENCH - 4560 FT          9 PM MON               0.18
FARMINGTON - 4226 FT                    10 AM WED               0.16
FARMINGTON - 4239 FT                     6 AM WED               0.16
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT               10 AM WED               0.15
LAYTON - 4770 FT                        10 AM WED               0.14
ROY - 4457 FT                            9 AM WED               0.14
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    8 PM TUE               0.14
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT      10 AM WED               0.13
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                     10 AM WED               0.13
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT               10 AM WED               0.12
OGDEN - 4285 FT                         10 AM WED               0.12
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                    10 AM WED               0.12
SOUTH OGDEN - 4777 FT                   10 AM WED               0.12
BRIGHAM CITY - 4364 FT                   6 AM TUE               0.12
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                      10 AM WED               0.11
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                   10 AM WED               0.11
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                   10 AM WED               0.10
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT              10 AM WED               0.10
CENTERVILLE - 4216 FT                   10 AM WED               0.09
TREMONTON - 4331 FT                     10 AM WED               0.09
CLINTON - 4337 FT                       10 AM WED               0.08
LAYTON - 4468 FT                        10 AM WED               0.08
ROY - 4373 FT                           10 AM WED               0.08
WEST HAVEN - 4239 FT                     7 AM WED               0.08
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                      10 AM WED               0.07
CORINNE - 4238 FT                       10 AM WED               0.07
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT           10 AM WED               0.06
CLEARFIELD UDOT - 4685 FT               10 AM WED               0.06
WEST WEBER - 4248 FT                     7 AM WED               0.06
WEST POINT - 4350 FT                    10 AM WED               0.05
EAGLE LAKE - 4377 FT                    10 AM WED               0.04
BOTHWELL - 4343 FT                       7 AM TUE               0.03

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
MAGNA - 4400 FT                          8 AM WED               0.24
SALT LAKE CITY - 5088 FT                 7 AM WED               0.24
SALT LAKE CITY - 5305 FT                10 AM WED               0.22
SALT LAKE CITY - 4303 FT                 7 AM WED               0.22
SALT LAKE CITY - 4753 FT                10 AM WED               0.21
UPPER MILLCREEK - 5050 FT                8 AM WED               0.21
SALT LAKE CITY - 4568 FT                 7 AM WED               0.21
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT        10 AM WED               0.18
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4281 FT              10 AM WED               0.16
SALT LAKE CITY - 5102 FT                10 AM WED               0.15
TAYLORSVILLE - 4593 FT                  10 AM WED               0.15
DRAPER 2 WNW - 4427 FT                   7 AM WED               0.15
SANDY - 4637 FT                          7 AM WED               0.15
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                10 AM WED               0.14
WEST JORDAN - MSI - 4519 FT             10 AM WED               0.13
HOLLADAY - 4516 FT                      10 AM WED               0.13
HOLLADAY - 4540 FT                       7 AM WED               0.13
TAYLORSVILLE-BENNION - 4594 FT           7 AM WED               0.13
TRANS-JORDAN LANDFILL - 5201 FT         10 AM WED               0.12
SANDY - 5161 FT                         10 AM WED               0.12
RIVERTON - 4429 FT                      10 AM WED               0.12
NORTH HOLLADAY - 4600 FT                10 AM WED               0.12
TAYLORSVILLE - 4482 FT                   7 AM WED               0.12
RIVERTON - 4534 FT                       6 AM WED               0.12
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS - 5138 FT             7 AM TUE               0.12
TAYLORSVILLE - 4514 FT                  10 AM WED               0.11
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT        10 AM WED               0.11
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4317 FT               8 AM WED               0.11
MAGNA - 4375 FT                          7 AM WED               0.11
SOUTH JORDAN - 4551 FT                  10 AM WED               0.10
DRAPER - 4418 FT                        10 AM WED               0.10
HERRIMAN - 5062 FT                      10 AM WED               0.10
HOLLADAY - 4344 FT                      10 AM WED               0.10
RIVERTON - 4480 FT                      10 AM WED               0.09
SANDY - 4712 FT                         10 AM WED               0.09
DRAPER - 4426 FT                        10 AM WED               0.09
SOUTH SALT LAKE - 4340 FT                7 AM TUE               0.09
SALT LAKE CITY 4.5 SE - 4655 FT          7 AM TUE               0.09
SANDY - 4714 FT                          7 AM TUE               0.09
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                  10 AM WED               0.08
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT           10 AM WED               0.07
SANDY - 4852 FT                          7 AM TUE               0.07
MURRAY - 4290 FT                        10 AM WED               0.06
HOLLADAY - 4456 FT                       9 AM TUE               0.06
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS - 5230 FT             7 AM TUE               0.05
DRAPER - 5052 FT                        10 AM WED               0.04
GRANTSVILLE 2 W - 4480 FT                5 AM WED               0.03
SANDY - 4504 FT                          7 AM TUE               0.03
STOCKTON - 5087 FT                       7 AM TUE               0.03

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SARATOGA SPRINGS 1W - 7544 FT           10 AM WED               0.19
SPANISH FORK - 4738 FT                  10 AM WED               0.10
AMERICAN FORK - 4623 FT                  7 AM WED               0.10
SPANISH FORK - 4734 FT                  10 AM WED               0.08
SPANISH FORK - 4721 FT                  10 AM WED               0.08
PROVO - 4641 FT                         10 AM WED               0.07
LEHI - 4800 FT                           7 AM WED               0.07
PROVO BYU - 4570 FT                      5 PM TUE               0.07
LEHI - 4593 FT                          10 AM WED               0.06
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4787 FT              10 AM WED               0.06
OREM - 4728 FT                          10 AM WED               0.06
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT         10 AM WED               0.04
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4655 FT              10 AM WED               0.03
NEPHI - 5002 FT                         10 AM WED               0.02
SPANISH FORK - 4580 FT                   7 AM WED               0.02
ALPINE - 5070 FT                         5 PM TUE               0.02

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
ROCKY BASIN-SETTLEME - 8900 FT           9 AM WED               0.50
MINING FORK - 8000 FT                   10 AM WED               0.20
CALLAO GATE - 4250 FT                   10 AM WED               0.10
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        7 PM TUE               0.10
UTAH TEST RANGE - 4440 FT                5 PM TUE               0.10
ENGLISH VILLAGE - 4788 FT               10 AM WED               0.08
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                   10 AM WED               0.08
BLUE CREEK - 5170 FT                    10 AM WED               0.08
SNOWVILLE (SOUTH) - 4812 FT             10 AM WED               0.07
TARGET R - 4311 FT                      10 AM WED               0.06
CAMEL BACK MTN - 5077 FT                10 AM WED               0.05
TOWER GRID - 4346 FT                    10 AM WED               0.05
SNOWVILLE - 4560 FT                     10 AM WED               0.05
JULIET ROAD - 4324 FT                   10 AM WED               0.04
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT              10 AM WED               0.04
TARGET S - 4349 FT                      10 AM WED               0.03
WHITE SAGE - 4363 FT                    10 AM WED               0.03
VERNON CREEK NEAR VERNON 8SE - 6226 FT  10 AM WED               0.03

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
SWANSONS ENV CENTER - 5700 FT           10 AM WED               0.61
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                    10 AM WED               0.36
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT       10 AM WED               0.33
PARK CITY - 6516 FT                      7 AM WED               0.31
MORGAN - 5059 FT                        10 AM WED               0.30
MORGAN - 5092 FT                         7 AM WED               0.23
COALVILLE - 5673 FT                     10 AM WED               0.19
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT       10 AM WED               0.19
MORGAN UDOT - 5105 FT                   10 AM WED               0.17
HEBER CITY - 5768 FT                     9 AM WED               0.16
DEER CREEK DAM - 5270 FT                 5 AM WED               0.13
WANSHIP DAM - 5940 FT                    5 PM TUE               0.10

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
POWDER MOUNTAIN                          5 AM WED      9.0      1.16
SNOWBASIN MID BOWL - 7402 FT             6 AM WED      6.0      0.84
RANDOLPH - 6270 FT                       5 AM WED      1.9      0.32
MONTE CRISTO - 8960 FT                  10 AM WED               1.70
HORSE RIDGE - 8160 FT                   10 AM WED               1.30
USU DOC DANIEL - 8271 FT                 9 AM WED               1.20
BUG LAKE - 7950 FT                       9 AM WED               0.90
BEN LOMOND PEAK - 8000 FT                9 AM WED               0.90
BLACKSMITH FORK - 5020 FT                9 AM WED               0.89
LIGHTNING RIDGE - 8215 FT               10 AM WED               0.80
DRY BREAD POND - 8350 FT                10 AM WED               0.80
FARMINGTON - 8000 FT                    10 AM WED               0.70
TEMPLE FORK - 7406 FT                   10 AM WED               0.70
TONY GROVE LAKE - 8400 FT                9 AM TUE               0.70
LOOKOUT PEAK - 8200 FT                  10 AM WED               0.60
MANTUA - 5899 FT                        10 AM WED               0.57
KLONDIKE NARROWS - 7400 FT               9 AM TUE               0.50
PINEVIEW DAM - 4940 FT                   5 AM WED               0.49
EMIGRATION CANYON - 6024 FT             10 AM WED               0.31
HARDWARE RANCH - 5564 FT                 4 AM WED               0.31
LOST CREEK NR CROYDEN - 5840 FT          9 AM WED               0.30
KILFOIL CREEK - 7400 FT                  9 AM WED               0.30
GARDEN CITY SUMMIT - 7600 FT             9 AM TUE               0.30
GARDEN CITY - 7615 FT                   10 AM WED               0.26
RANDOLPH UDOT - 6329 FT                 10 AM WED               0.24
GARDEN CITY - 5959 FT                    3 AM WED               0.22
LITTLE BEAR - 6550 FT                   10 AM WED               0.20
PARRISH CREEK - 7740 FT                 10 AM WED               0.20
TONY GROVE RS - 6250 FT                  9 AM WED               0.20
LAKETOWN UDOT - 5991 FT                 10 AM WED               0.16
LAKETOWN - 5959 FT                      10 AM WED               0.13
RANDOLPH - 6264 FT                      10 AM WED               0.09

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
BRIGHTON CREST - 9500 FT                 6 AM WED     11.0      1.15
PARK CITY SUMMIT - 9300 FT               7 AM WED      8.0      1.00
ALTA UDOT - 8799 FT                      5 AM WED      8.0      1.06
THE CANYONS - 8800 FT                    8 AM WED      7.0      0.65
ALTA - COLLINS - 9662 FT                 4 AM WED      7.0      0.87
SNOWBIRD - 8100 FT                       6 AM WED      6.0      0.73
ALTA - 8730 FT                           5 PM TUE      5.0      0.81
SOLITUDE - 8200 FT                       4 AM WED      3.0      0.38
BIG COTTONWOOD SPRUCES - 7402 FT         6 AM WED      2.0      0.51
SILVER LAKE BRIGHTON - 8740 FT           5 AM WED      2.0      0.20
PROVO CANYON - 6100 FT                   5 PM TUE      1.0      0.34
MILL-D NORTH - 8960 FT                  10 AM WED               0.90
SNOWBIRD - 9640 FT                      10 AM WED               0.90
THAYNES CANYON - 9200 FT                 9 AM WED               0.80
BRIGHTON - 8750 FT                      10 AM WED               0.70
ALTA - BASE - 8560 FT                   10 AM WED               0.70
SUNDANCE - 7503 FT                      10 AM WED               0.60
DEER VALLEY - ONTARIO - 9100 FT         10 AM WED               0.60
PAYSON R.S. - 8050 FT                    9 AM WED               0.40
CASCADE MOUNTAIN - 7768 FT               9 AM WED               0.30
TIMPANOGOS DIVIDE - 8140 FT              7 PM MON               0.20
TIMPANOGOS CAVE - 7999 FT               10 AM WED               0.11

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
HEBER CITY 10 ESE - 8305 FT              8 AM WED      1.5      0.35
TRIAL LAKE - 9960 FT                    10 AM WED               1.20
HAYDEN FORK - 9100 FT                   10 AM WED               0.90
STEEL CREEK PARK - 10100 FT             10 AM WED               0.80
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                10 AM WED               0.71
HEWINTA - 9500 FT                        9 AM WED               0.70
CHALK CREEK #1 - 9100 FT                10 AM WED               0.60
BROWN DUCK - 10600 FT                   10 AM WED               0.60
LILY LAKE - 9050 FT                     10 AM WED               0.50
LAKEFORK #1 - 10100 FT                  10 AM WED               0.50
BEAR RIVER RS - 8500 FT                  9 AM TUE               0.50
REDDEN MINE LWR - 8500 FT                9 AM TUE               0.50
WEST FORK BLACKSMITHS FORK - 9620 FT    10 AM WED               0.49
HOLE-IN-ROCK - 9150 FT                  10 AM WED               0.40
LAKEFORK BASIN - 10900 FT               10 AM WED               0.40
BEAVER DIVIDE - 8280 FT                 10 AM WED               0.40
WEBER RIVER NR OAKLEY 7NNE - 6653 FT    10 AM WED               0.32
CHALK CREEK #2 - 8200 FT                10 AM WED               0.30
SMITH & MOREHOUSE - 7600 FT             10 AM WED               0.30
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         8 PM TUE               0.29
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         8 PM TUE               0.29
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT          10 AM WED               0.28
BEAR RIVER - 8536 FT                     8 PM TUE               0.28
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                     10 AM WED               0.25
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        8 PM TUE               0.24
FIVE POINTS LAKE - 10920 FT             10 AM WED               0.20
BLACKS FORK JCT - 8870 FT                9 AM WED               0.20
OAKLEY - 7800 FT                        10 AM WED               0.13
ROCK CREEK - 7900 FT                     9 AM WED               0.10

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
WHITE RIVER #1 - 8550 FT                10 AM WED               0.40
STRAWBERRY DIVIDE - 8400 FT             10 AM WED               0.40
CLEAR CREEK #2 - 8300 FT                 9 AM WED               0.40
DANIELS-STRAWBERRY - 8000 FT             9 AM TUE               0.40
CLEAR CREEK #1 - 9200 FT                 9 AM WED               0.30
HUNTINGTON HORSE - 9657 FT               9 AM TUE               0.20

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT     10 AM WED               0.05
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT           10 AM WED               0.04
ALTAMONT - 6370 FT                       5 AM WED               0.02

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
MANTI RADIO - 5498 FT                    5 AM WED               0.02

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
GBRC MEADOWS - 9780 FT                   9 AM WED               0.90
SEELEY CREEK - 10000 FT                 10 AM WED               0.30
RED PINE RIDGE - 9200 FT                10 AM WED               0.30
MT BALDY - 9494 FT                       9 AM TUE               0.20
DILLS CAMP - 9200 FT                     2 PM MON               0.20
GBRC HQ - 8541 FT                        9 AM WED               0.10
PICKLE KEG - 9600 FT                     9 AM WED               0.10
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT         10 AM WED               0.03
10 ESE OAK CITY - 7268 FT               10 AM WED               0.02

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT        10 AM WED               0.24
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    7 PM TUE               0.21


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


...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     8 AM MON     44 MPH

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
WEST OGDEN - 4222 FT                     2 PM MON     54 MPH
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            2 PM MON     52 MPH
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       2 PM MON     49 MPH
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     3 PM MON     47 MPH
LEGACY PARKWAY - 4215 FT                 3 PM MON     44 MPH
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                      2 PM MON     42 MPH
GREAT SALT LAKE MINERALS - 4212 FT       2 PM MON     42 MPH
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    3 PM MON     41 MPH
PORTABLE RWIS 2 - 4292 FT                1 PM MON     40 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         8 AM MON     59 MPH
SALT AIR - 4209 FT                       9 AM MON     55 MPH
FLIGHT PARK SOUTH - 5202 FT              8 PM MON     41 MPH
VERNON HILL - 5761 FT                    3 PM MON     41 MPH
TOOELE CITY - 5135 FT                    7 AM MON     40 MPH

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
PIONEER CROSSING - 4650 FT              11 PM SUN     46 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
PROMONTORY POINT - 6926 FT               2 PM MON     58 MPH
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              8 AM MON     57 MPH
UTTR THERMAL TREATMENT UNIT - 4915 FT    7 AM MON     55 MPH
WEST OF WILDCAT MTN - 4259 FT           12 PM MON     54 MPH
EAGLE RANGE - 4239 FT                    1 PM MON     53 MPH
HOGUP - 4229 FT                          6 AM MON     53 MPH
DIDDLE KNOLL - 4265 FT                   6 PM MON     51 MPH
GROOME - 4223 FT                         5 AM MON     51 MPH
BADGER ISLAND - 4199 FT                  9 AM MON     50 MPH
HAT ISLAND - 4242 FT                     2 PM MON     49 MPH
GUNNISON ISLAND - 4242 FT                6 PM MON     47 MPH
CAUSEWAY - 4246 FT                       6 PM MON     47 MPH
I-80 AT MP 1 - 4270 FT                   6 AM MON     47 MPH
UTTR OASIS COMPOUND - 4437 FT            7 AM MON     46 MPH
WENDOVER PORT OF ENTRY - 4227 FT         5 AM MON     46 MPH
UPPER CEDAR MTN - 7052 FT                5 AM WED     44 MPH
SR-30 AT CURLEW - 4766 FT                5 PM TUE     44 MPH
WEST SALT FLATS - 4237 FT                5 PM MON     44 MPH
WEST GRANITE - 4403 FT                  12 AM WED     43 MPH
I-80 AT MP 29 - 4125 FT                  6 PM MON     43 MPH
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT                2 PM MON     43 MPH
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT              12 PM MON     43 MPH
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 7 PM MON     41 MPH
JOHNSONS PASS - 6520 FT                  7 AM MON     41 MPH
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                   2 AM MON     41 MPH
V-GRID - 4226 FT                         2 AM MON     41 MPH
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                2 PM MON     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
TRAPPERS LOOP ROAD - 5774 FT             3 PM MON     45 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OGDEN PEAK - 9570 FT                     8 PM MON     63 MPH
SHERWOOD HILLS - 5039 FT                 2 PM MON     52 MPH
SR-16 @ MP1 - 6533 FT                    4 PM MON     48 MPH
SR-65 AT BIG MOUNTAIN PASS - 7433 FT     3 PM MON     48 MPH
POWDER MOUNTAIN - 8897 FT               12 AM WED     47 MPH
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    4 PM MON     47 MPH
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       4 PM MON     46 MPH
WEBER CANYON POWER PLANT - 5801 FT       3 PM MON     46 MPH
LOGAN SUMMIT - 7620 FT                  10 PM TUE     45 MPH
PORTABLE RWIS 5 - 7612 FT                4 PM MON     42 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
CENTRAL WASATCH PEAKS - 11066 FT         4 AM WED     71 MPH
CENTRAL WASATCH PEAKS - 10443 FT        12 AM WED     45 MPH
TIMPANOGOS CAVE - 7999 FT               12 AM WED     44 MPH
CANYONS - LOOKOUT - 8297 FT             11 PM TUE     44 MPH
SUNDANCE - ARROWHEAD - 8251 FT          12 PM TUE     44 MPH
PARLEYS CANYON AT QUARRY - 5100 FT       8 PM MON     42 MPH
PARK CITY - JUPITER - 10024 FT          11 AM MON     42 MPH
BUNNELLS - 8800 FT                       4 AM WED     40 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
DRY RIDGE - 11565 FT                     2 AM WED     61 MPH
WINDY PEAK - 10662 FT                    3 PM TUE     59 MPH
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       4 AM TUE     59 MPH
LOFTY LAKE PEAK - 11186 FT               9 AM MON     49 MPH
SR-35 AT WOLF CREEK SUMMIT - 9407 FT     1 AM WED     42 MPH

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
SOLDIER SUMMIT - 7487 FT                 5 AM WED     50 MPH
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      5 PM MON     42 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
ROOSEVELT - 5171 FT                      1 PM MON     47 MPH
US-40 @ STARVATION - 5720 FT             1 PM MON     47 MPH

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
HANKSVILLE - 4444 FT                     8 PM MON     40 MPH

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
I-70 AT SALINA - 5226 FT                 2 PM MON     40 MPH
RICHFIELD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5299 FT    2 PM MON     40 MPH

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
I-15 AT BLACK RIDGE - 5160 FT           10 AM WED     40 MPH

...GLEN CANYON RECREATION AREA/LAKE POWELL...
BULLFROG MARINA - 3700 FT                9 PM MON     41 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SR-72 AT HOGAN PASS - 8977 FT            5 PM MON     54 MPH
FREMONT JUNCTION - 6801 FT               5 PM MON     44 MPH
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    3 PM MON     42 MPH

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
BRIAN HEAD 2S - 10472 FT                 9 AM WED     46 MPH
CIRCLEVILLE - 6120 FT                    9 PM MON     44 MPH
SR-12 AT BOULDER SUMMIT - 9595 FT        4 PM MON     41 MPH
SR-24 AT WAYNE SUMMIT - 8378 FT          8 AM WED     40 MPH

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
I-80 EAST OF EVANSTON - 7579 FT         12 PM TUE     47 MPH
FORT BRIDGER WY - 7034 FT                6 PM TUE     46 MPH
FRENCH - 7375 FT                         1 PM TUE     46 MPH
CHURCH BUTTE - 6743 FT                   6 PM TUE     45 MPH
PAINTER - 6939 FT                        4 PM MON     44 MPH
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         4 PM MON     43 MPH
COAL ROAD - 7349 FT                      1 PM TUE     40 MPH
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    4 PM MON     40 MPH


$$


000
NOUS45 KSLC 251719
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
1110 AM MDT WED MAR 25 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

A SERIES OF STORMS BROUGHT RAIN AND SNOW PRIMARILY TO NORTHERN UTAH DURING
THE PAST FEW DAYS. BELOW ARE SUMMARY PRECIPITATION AND PEAK WIND REPORTS
FOR THE DURATION OF THESE EVENTS.

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                    10 AM WED               0.77
RICHMOND - 4576 FT                       6 AM WED               0.67
LOGAN RIVER ABV STATE DAM - 4805 FT     10 AM WED               0.64
NORTH LOGAN - 4749 FT                    8 AM WED               0.56
LOGAN - 4805 FT                          7 AM WED               0.56
PROVIDENCE - 4528 FT                     8 AM WED               0.54
LBW EXPFARM - 4498 FT                   10 AM WED               0.52
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT         10 AM WED               0.51
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                 10 AM WED               0.50
HYDE PARK - 4513 FT                      8 AM TUE               0.49
HYDE PARK - 4515 FT                      9 AM TUE               0.48
LOGAN - 4515 FT                          7 AM WED               0.45
LOGAN - 4465 FT                         10 AM WED               0.41
HYDE PARK                                3 PM MON               0.40
LBW SOUTHFORK - 5095 FT                 10 AM WED               0.36
PROVIDENCE - EVANS FARM - 4535 FT       10 AM WED               0.36
LOGAN GOLF - 4808 FT                    10 AM WED               0.32
LBW PARADISE - 4859 FT                  10 AM WED               0.28
LOGAN RADIO - 4470 FT                    5 AM WED               0.27
LOGAN DRAINAGE FARM - 4435 FT           10 AM WED               0.25
LEWISTON - 4514 FT                      10 AM WED               0.13
LOGAN - 4465 FT                         10 AM WED               0.08
LOGAN - 4806 FT                         10 AM WED               0.02

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
NORTH OGDEN - 4392 FT                    7 AM TUE      0.5      0.23
BRIGHAM CITY - 4400 FT                  10 AM WED               0.33
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                10 AM WED               0.24
BOUNTIFUL - 4760 FT                     10 AM WED               0.24
THATCHER - 4414 FT                       7 AM TUE               0.24
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4590 FT                 10 AM WED               0.23
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4802 FT                  7 AM WED               0.23
GARLAND 1 SE - 4328 FT                   6 AM WED               0.23
THATCHER - 4292 FT                       6 AM WED               0.22
CENTERVILLE - 4445 FT                    4 AM WED               0.22
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                  10 AM WED               0.20
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                     10 AM WED               0.20
PERRY - 4491 FT                          6 AM WED               0.19
NORTH OGDEN                              8 AM WED               0.18
NORTHEAST OGDEN BENCH - 4560 FT          9 PM MON               0.18
FARMINGTON - 4226 FT                    10 AM WED               0.16
FARMINGTON - 4239 FT                     6 AM WED               0.16
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT               10 AM WED               0.15
LAYTON - 4770 FT                        10 AM WED               0.14
ROY - 4457 FT                            9 AM WED               0.14
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    8 PM TUE               0.14
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT      10 AM WED               0.13
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                     10 AM WED               0.13
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT               10 AM WED               0.12
OGDEN - 4285 FT                         10 AM WED               0.12
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                    10 AM WED               0.12
SOUTH OGDEN - 4777 FT                   10 AM WED               0.12
BRIGHAM CITY - 4364 FT                   6 AM TUE               0.12
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                      10 AM WED               0.11
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                   10 AM WED               0.11
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                   10 AM WED               0.10
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT              10 AM WED               0.10
CENTERVILLE - 4216 FT                   10 AM WED               0.09
TREMONTON - 4331 FT                     10 AM WED               0.09
CLINTON - 4337 FT                       10 AM WED               0.08
LAYTON - 4468 FT                        10 AM WED               0.08
ROY - 4373 FT                           10 AM WED               0.08
WEST HAVEN - 4239 FT                     7 AM WED               0.08
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                      10 AM WED               0.07
CORINNE - 4238 FT                       10 AM WED               0.07
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT           10 AM WED               0.06
CLEARFIELD UDOT - 4685 FT               10 AM WED               0.06
WEST WEBER - 4248 FT                     7 AM WED               0.06
WEST POINT - 4350 FT                    10 AM WED               0.05
EAGLE LAKE - 4377 FT                    10 AM WED               0.04
BOTHWELL - 4343 FT                       7 AM TUE               0.03

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
MAGNA - 4400 FT                          8 AM WED               0.24
SALT LAKE CITY - 5088 FT                 7 AM WED               0.24
SALT LAKE CITY - 5305 FT                10 AM WED               0.22
SALT LAKE CITY - 4303 FT                 7 AM WED               0.22
SALT LAKE CITY - 4753 FT                10 AM WED               0.21
UPPER MILLCREEK - 5050 FT                8 AM WED               0.21
SALT LAKE CITY - 4568 FT                 7 AM WED               0.21
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT        10 AM WED               0.18
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4281 FT              10 AM WED               0.16
SALT LAKE CITY - 5102 FT                10 AM WED               0.15
TAYLORSVILLE - 4593 FT                  10 AM WED               0.15
DRAPER 2 WNW - 4427 FT                   7 AM WED               0.15
SANDY - 4637 FT                          7 AM WED               0.15
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                10 AM WED               0.14
WEST JORDAN - MSI - 4519 FT             10 AM WED               0.13
HOLLADAY - 4516 FT                      10 AM WED               0.13
HOLLADAY - 4540 FT                       7 AM WED               0.13
TAYLORSVILLE-BENNION - 4594 FT           7 AM WED               0.13
TRANS-JORDAN LANDFILL - 5201 FT         10 AM WED               0.12
SANDY - 5161 FT                         10 AM WED               0.12
RIVERTON - 4429 FT                      10 AM WED               0.12
NORTH HOLLADAY - 4600 FT                10 AM WED               0.12
TAYLORSVILLE - 4482 FT                   7 AM WED               0.12
RIVERTON - 4534 FT                       6 AM WED               0.12
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS - 5138 FT             7 AM TUE               0.12
TAYLORSVILLE - 4514 FT                  10 AM WED               0.11
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT        10 AM WED               0.11
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4317 FT               8 AM WED               0.11
MAGNA - 4375 FT                          7 AM WED               0.11
SOUTH JORDAN - 4551 FT                  10 AM WED               0.10
DRAPER - 4418 FT                        10 AM WED               0.10
HERRIMAN - 5062 FT                      10 AM WED               0.10
HOLLADAY - 4344 FT                      10 AM WED               0.10
RIVERTON - 4480 FT                      10 AM WED               0.09
SANDY - 4712 FT                         10 AM WED               0.09
DRAPER - 4426 FT                        10 AM WED               0.09
SOUTH SALT LAKE - 4340 FT                7 AM TUE               0.09
SALT LAKE CITY 4.5 SE - 4655 FT          7 AM TUE               0.09
SANDY - 4714 FT                          7 AM TUE               0.09
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                  10 AM WED               0.08
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT           10 AM WED               0.07
SANDY - 4852 FT                          7 AM TUE               0.07
MURRAY - 4290 FT                        10 AM WED               0.06
HOLLADAY - 4456 FT                       9 AM TUE               0.06
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS - 5230 FT             7 AM TUE               0.05
DRAPER - 5052 FT                        10 AM WED               0.04
GRANTSVILLE 2 W - 4480 FT                5 AM WED               0.03
SANDY - 4504 FT                          7 AM TUE               0.03
STOCKTON - 5087 FT                       7 AM TUE               0.03

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SARATOGA SPRINGS 1W - 7544 FT           10 AM WED               0.19
SPANISH FORK - 4738 FT                  10 AM WED               0.10
AMERICAN FORK - 4623 FT                  7 AM WED               0.10
SPANISH FORK - 4734 FT                  10 AM WED               0.08
SPANISH FORK - 4721 FT                  10 AM WED               0.08
PROVO - 4641 FT                         10 AM WED               0.07
LEHI - 4800 FT                           7 AM WED               0.07
PROVO BYU - 4570 FT                      5 PM TUE               0.07
LEHI - 4593 FT                          10 AM WED               0.06
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4787 FT              10 AM WED               0.06
OREM - 4728 FT                          10 AM WED               0.06
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT         10 AM WED               0.04
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4655 FT              10 AM WED               0.03
NEPHI - 5002 FT                         10 AM WED               0.02
SPANISH FORK - 4580 FT                   7 AM WED               0.02
ALPINE - 5070 FT                         5 PM TUE               0.02

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
ROCKY BASIN-SETTLEME - 8900 FT           9 AM WED               0.50
MINING FORK - 8000 FT                   10 AM WED               0.20
CALLAO GATE - 4250 FT                   10 AM WED               0.10
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        7 PM TUE               0.10
UTAH TEST RANGE - 4440 FT                5 PM TUE               0.10
ENGLISH VILLAGE - 4788 FT               10 AM WED               0.08
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                   10 AM WED               0.08
BLUE CREEK - 5170 FT                    10 AM WED               0.08
SNOWVILLE (SOUTH) - 4812 FT             10 AM WED               0.07
TARGET R - 4311 FT                      10 AM WED               0.06
CAMEL BACK MTN - 5077 FT                10 AM WED               0.05
TOWER GRID - 4346 FT                    10 AM WED               0.05
SNOWVILLE - 4560 FT                     10 AM WED               0.05
JULIET ROAD - 4324 FT                   10 AM WED               0.04
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT              10 AM WED               0.04
TARGET S - 4349 FT                      10 AM WED               0.03
WHITE SAGE - 4363 FT                    10 AM WED               0.03
VERNON CREEK NEAR VERNON 8SE - 6226 FT  10 AM WED               0.03

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
SWANSONS ENV CENTER - 5700 FT           10 AM WED               0.61
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                    10 AM WED               0.36
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT       10 AM WED               0.33
PARK CITY - 6516 FT                      7 AM WED               0.31
MORGAN - 5059 FT                        10 AM WED               0.30
MORGAN - 5092 FT                         7 AM WED               0.23
COALVILLE - 5673 FT                     10 AM WED               0.19
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT       10 AM WED               0.19
MORGAN UDOT - 5105 FT                   10 AM WED               0.17
HEBER CITY - 5768 FT                     9 AM WED               0.16
DEER CREEK DAM - 5270 FT                 5 AM WED               0.13
WANSHIP DAM - 5940 FT                    5 PM TUE               0.10

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
POWDER MOUNTAIN                          5 AM WED      9.0      1.16
SNOWBASIN MID BOWL - 7402 FT             6 AM WED      6.0      0.84
RANDOLPH - 6270 FT                       5 AM WED      1.9      0.32
MONTE CRISTO - 8960 FT                  10 AM WED               1.70
HORSE RIDGE - 8160 FT                   10 AM WED               1.30
USU DOC DANIEL - 8271 FT                 9 AM WED               1.20
BUG LAKE - 7950 FT                       9 AM WED               0.90
BEN LOMOND PEAK - 8000 FT                9 AM WED               0.90
BLACKSMITH FORK - 5020 FT                9 AM WED               0.89
LIGHTNING RIDGE - 8215 FT               10 AM WED               0.80
DRY BREAD POND - 8350 FT                10 AM WED               0.80
FARMINGTON - 8000 FT                    10 AM WED               0.70
TEMPLE FORK - 7406 FT                   10 AM WED               0.70
TONY GROVE LAKE - 8400 FT                9 AM TUE               0.70
LOOKOUT PEAK - 8200 FT                  10 AM WED               0.60
MANTUA - 5899 FT                        10 AM WED               0.57
KLONDIKE NARROWS - 7400 FT               9 AM TUE               0.50
PINEVIEW DAM - 4940 FT                   5 AM WED               0.49
EMIGRATION CANYON - 6024 FT             10 AM WED               0.31
HARDWARE RANCH - 5564 FT                 4 AM WED               0.31
LOST CREEK NR CROYDEN - 5840 FT          9 AM WED               0.30
KILFOIL CREEK - 7400 FT                  9 AM WED               0.30
GARDEN CITY SUMMIT - 7600 FT             9 AM TUE               0.30
GARDEN CITY - 7615 FT                   10 AM WED               0.26
RANDOLPH UDOT - 6329 FT                 10 AM WED               0.24
GARDEN CITY - 5959 FT                    3 AM WED               0.22
LITTLE BEAR - 6550 FT                   10 AM WED               0.20
PARRISH CREEK - 7740 FT                 10 AM WED               0.20
TONY GROVE RS - 6250 FT                  9 AM WED               0.20
LAKETOWN UDOT - 5991 FT                 10 AM WED               0.16
LAKETOWN - 5959 FT                      10 AM WED               0.13
RANDOLPH - 6264 FT                      10 AM WED               0.09

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
BRIGHTON CREST - 9500 FT                 6 AM WED     11.0      1.15
PARK CITY SUMMIT - 9300 FT               7 AM WED      8.0      1.00
ALTA UDOT - 8799 FT                      5 AM WED      8.0      1.06
THE CANYONS - 8800 FT                    8 AM WED      7.0      0.65
ALTA - COLLINS - 9662 FT                 4 AM WED      7.0      0.87
SNOWBIRD - 8100 FT                       6 AM WED      6.0      0.73
ALTA - 8730 FT                           5 PM TUE      5.0      0.81
SOLITUDE - 8200 FT                       4 AM WED      3.0      0.38
BIG COTTONWOOD SPRUCES - 7402 FT         6 AM WED      2.0      0.51
SILVER LAKE BRIGHTON - 8740 FT           5 AM WED      2.0      0.20
PROVO CANYON - 6100 FT                   5 PM TUE      1.0      0.34
MILL-D NORTH - 8960 FT                  10 AM WED               0.90
SNOWBIRD - 9640 FT                      10 AM WED               0.90
THAYNES CANYON - 9200 FT                 9 AM WED               0.80
BRIGHTON - 8750 FT                      10 AM WED               0.70
ALTA - BASE - 8560 FT                   10 AM WED               0.70
SUNDANCE - 7503 FT                      10 AM WED               0.60
DEER VALLEY - ONTARIO - 9100 FT         10 AM WED               0.60
PAYSON R.S. - 8050 FT                    9 AM WED               0.40
CASCADE MOUNTAIN - 7768 FT               9 AM WED               0.30
TIMPANOGOS DIVIDE - 8140 FT              7 PM MON               0.20
TIMPANOGOS CAVE - 7999 FT               10 AM WED               0.11

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
HEBER CITY 10 ESE - 8305 FT              8 AM WED      1.5      0.35
TRIAL LAKE - 9960 FT                    10 AM WED               1.20
HAYDEN FORK - 9100 FT                   10 AM WED               0.90
STEEL CREEK PARK - 10100 FT             10 AM WED               0.80
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                10 AM WED               0.71
HEWINTA - 9500 FT                        9 AM WED               0.70
CHALK CREEK #1 - 9100 FT                10 AM WED               0.60
BROWN DUCK - 10600 FT                   10 AM WED               0.60
LILY LAKE - 9050 FT                     10 AM WED               0.50
LAKEFORK #1 - 10100 FT                  10 AM WED               0.50
BEAR RIVER RS - 8500 FT                  9 AM TUE               0.50
REDDEN MINE LWR - 8500 FT                9 AM TUE               0.50
WEST FORK BLACKSMITHS FORK - 9620 FT    10 AM WED               0.49
HOLE-IN-ROCK - 9150 FT                  10 AM WED               0.40
LAKEFORK BASIN - 10900 FT               10 AM WED               0.40
BEAVER DIVIDE - 8280 FT                 10 AM WED               0.40
WEBER RIVER NR OAKLEY 7NNE - 6653 FT    10 AM WED               0.32
CHALK CREEK #2 - 8200 FT                10 AM WED               0.30
SMITH & MOREHOUSE - 7600 FT             10 AM WED               0.30
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         8 PM TUE               0.29
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         8 PM TUE               0.29
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT          10 AM WED               0.28
BEAR RIVER - 8536 FT                     8 PM TUE               0.28
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                     10 AM WED               0.25
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        8 PM TUE               0.24
FIVE POINTS LAKE - 10920 FT             10 AM WED               0.20
BLACKS FORK JCT - 8870 FT                9 AM WED               0.20
OAKLEY - 7800 FT                        10 AM WED               0.13
ROCK CREEK - 7900 FT                     9 AM WED               0.10

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
WHITE RIVER #1 - 8550 FT                10 AM WED               0.40
STRAWBERRY DIVIDE - 8400 FT             10 AM WED               0.40
CLEAR CREEK #2 - 8300 FT                 9 AM WED               0.40
DANIELS-STRAWBERRY - 8000 FT             9 AM TUE               0.40
CLEAR CREEK #1 - 9200 FT                 9 AM WED               0.30
HUNTINGTON HORSE - 9657 FT               9 AM TUE               0.20

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT     10 AM WED               0.05
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT           10 AM WED               0.04
ALTAMONT - 6370 FT                       5 AM WED               0.02

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
MANTI RADIO - 5498 FT                    5 AM WED               0.02

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
GBRC MEADOWS - 9780 FT                   9 AM WED               0.90
SEELEY CREEK - 10000 FT                 10 AM WED               0.30
RED PINE RIDGE - 9200 FT                10 AM WED               0.30
MT BALDY - 9494 FT                       9 AM TUE               0.20
DILLS CAMP - 9200 FT                     2 PM MON               0.20
GBRC HQ - 8541 FT                        9 AM WED               0.10
PICKLE KEG - 9600 FT                     9 AM WED               0.10
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT         10 AM WED               0.03
10 ESE OAK CITY - 7268 FT               10 AM WED               0.02

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT        10 AM WED               0.24
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    7 PM TUE               0.21


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


...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     8 AM MON     44 MPH

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
WEST OGDEN - 4222 FT                     2 PM MON     54 MPH
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            2 PM MON     52 MPH
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       2 PM MON     49 MPH
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     3 PM MON     47 MPH
LEGACY PARKWAY - 4215 FT                 3 PM MON     44 MPH
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                      2 PM MON     42 MPH
GREAT SALT LAKE MINERALS - 4212 FT       2 PM MON     42 MPH
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    3 PM MON     41 MPH
PORTABLE RWIS 2 - 4292 FT                1 PM MON     40 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         8 AM MON     59 MPH
SALT AIR - 4209 FT                       9 AM MON     55 MPH
FLIGHT PARK SOUTH - 5202 FT              8 PM MON     41 MPH
VERNON HILL - 5761 FT                    3 PM MON     41 MPH
TOOELE CITY - 5135 FT                    7 AM MON     40 MPH

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
PIONEER CROSSING - 4650 FT              11 PM SUN     46 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
PROMONTORY POINT - 6926 FT               2 PM MON     58 MPH
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              8 AM MON     57 MPH
UTTR THERMAL TREATMENT UNIT - 4915 FT    7 AM MON     55 MPH
WEST OF WILDCAT MTN - 4259 FT           12 PM MON     54 MPH
EAGLE RANGE - 4239 FT                    1 PM MON     53 MPH
HOGUP - 4229 FT                          6 AM MON     53 MPH
DIDDLE KNOLL - 4265 FT                   6 PM MON     51 MPH
GROOME - 4223 FT                         5 AM MON     51 MPH
BADGER ISLAND - 4199 FT                  9 AM MON     50 MPH
HAT ISLAND - 4242 FT                     2 PM MON     49 MPH
GUNNISON ISLAND - 4242 FT                6 PM MON     47 MPH
CAUSEWAY - 4246 FT                       6 PM MON     47 MPH
I-80 AT MP 1 - 4270 FT                   6 AM MON     47 MPH
UTTR OASIS COMPOUND - 4437 FT            7 AM MON     46 MPH
WENDOVER PORT OF ENTRY - 4227 FT         5 AM MON     46 MPH
UPPER CEDAR MTN - 7052 FT                5 AM WED     44 MPH
SR-30 AT CURLEW - 4766 FT                5 PM TUE     44 MPH
WEST SALT FLATS - 4237 FT                5 PM MON     44 MPH
WEST GRANITE - 4403 FT                  12 AM WED     43 MPH
I-80 AT MP 29 - 4125 FT                  6 PM MON     43 MPH
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT                2 PM MON     43 MPH
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT              12 PM MON     43 MPH
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 7 PM MON     41 MPH
JOHNSONS PASS - 6520 FT                  7 AM MON     41 MPH
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                   2 AM MON     41 MPH
V-GRID - 4226 FT                         2 AM MON     41 MPH
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                2 PM MON     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
TRAPPERS LOOP ROAD - 5774 FT             3 PM MON     45 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OGDEN PEAK - 9570 FT                     8 PM MON     63 MPH
SHERWOOD HILLS - 5039 FT                 2 PM MON     52 MPH
SR-16 @ MP1 - 6533 FT                    4 PM MON     48 MPH
SR-65 AT BIG MOUNTAIN PASS - 7433 FT     3 PM MON     48 MPH
POWDER MOUNTAIN - 8897 FT               12 AM WED     47 MPH
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    4 PM MON     47 MPH
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       4 PM MON     46 MPH
WEBER CANYON POWER PLANT - 5801 FT       3 PM MON     46 MPH
LOGAN SUMMIT - 7620 FT                  10 PM TUE     45 MPH
PORTABLE RWIS 5 - 7612 FT                4 PM MON     42 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
CENTRAL WASATCH PEAKS - 11066 FT         4 AM WED     71 MPH
CENTRAL WASATCH PEAKS - 10443 FT        12 AM WED     45 MPH
TIMPANOGOS CAVE - 7999 FT               12 AM WED     44 MPH
CANYONS - LOOKOUT - 8297 FT             11 PM TUE     44 MPH
SUNDANCE - ARROWHEAD - 8251 FT          12 PM TUE     44 MPH
PARLEYS CANYON AT QUARRY - 5100 FT       8 PM MON     42 MPH
PARK CITY - JUPITER - 10024 FT          11 AM MON     42 MPH
BUNNELLS - 8800 FT                       4 AM WED     40 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
DRY RIDGE - 11565 FT                     2 AM WED     61 MPH
WINDY PEAK - 10662 FT                    3 PM TUE     59 MPH
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       4 AM TUE     59 MPH
LOFTY LAKE PEAK - 11186 FT               9 AM MON     49 MPH
SR-35 AT WOLF CREEK SUMMIT - 9407 FT     1 AM WED     42 MPH

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
SOLDIER SUMMIT - 7487 FT                 5 AM WED     50 MPH
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      5 PM MON     42 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
ROOSEVELT - 5171 FT                      1 PM MON     47 MPH
US-40 @ STARVATION - 5720 FT             1 PM MON     47 MPH

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
HANKSVILLE - 4444 FT                     8 PM MON     40 MPH

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
I-70 AT SALINA - 5226 FT                 2 PM MON     40 MPH
RICHFIELD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5299 FT    2 PM MON     40 MPH

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
I-15 AT BLACK RIDGE - 5160 FT           10 AM WED     40 MPH

...GLEN CANYON RECREATION AREA/LAKE POWELL...
BULLFROG MARINA - 3700 FT                9 PM MON     41 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SR-72 AT HOGAN PASS - 8977 FT            5 PM MON     54 MPH
FREMONT JUNCTION - 6801 FT               5 PM MON     44 MPH
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    3 PM MON     42 MPH

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
BRIAN HEAD 2S - 10472 FT                 9 AM WED     46 MPH
CIRCLEVILLE - 6120 FT                    9 PM MON     44 MPH
SR-12 AT BOULDER SUMMIT - 9595 FT        4 PM MON     41 MPH
SR-24 AT WAYNE SUMMIT - 8378 FT          8 AM WED     40 MPH

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
I-80 EAST OF EVANSTON - 7579 FT         12 PM TUE     47 MPH
FORT BRIDGER WY - 7034 FT                6 PM TUE     46 MPH
FRENCH - 7375 FT                         1 PM TUE     46 MPH
CHURCH BUTTE - 6743 FT                   6 PM TUE     45 MPH
PAINTER - 6939 FT                        4 PM MON     44 MPH
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         4 PM MON     43 MPH
COAL ROAD - 7349 FT                      1 PM TUE     40 MPH
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    4 PM MON     40 MPH


$$



000
NOUS43 KSGF 251432
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-261429

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
929 AM CDT WED MAR 25 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Dallas    Windyville 4nw         M   M    0.50   Pea sized hail
Morgan    Gravois Mills          57  39   0.27   Dense morning fog
Barry     Roaring River SP       75  37   0.07   Dime sized hail
Webster   Niangua                73  44   0.38   Pea to dime sized hail
Benton    Edwards 6W             70  48   0.50   Dense morning fog
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            71  40   0.28   Pea sized hail
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            75  41   0.02
Douglas   Dora 8N                         0.30
Dallas    Fair Grove 3NE         71  39   0.20
Ozark     Wasola 3S              M   M    0.15
Barry     Eagle Rock 4E                   0.00
Stone     Crane 4N               71  39   M

$$

Frye



000
NOUS43 KSGF 251432
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-261429

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
929 AM CDT WED MAR 25 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Dallas    Windyville 4nw         M   M    0.50   Pea sized hail
Morgan    Gravois Mills          57  39   0.27   Dense morning fog
Barry     Roaring River SP       75  37   0.07   Dime sized hail
Webster   Niangua                73  44   0.38   Pea to dime sized hail
Benton    Edwards 6W             70  48   0.50   Dense morning fog
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            71  40   0.28   Pea sized hail
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            75  41   0.02
Douglas   Dora 8N                         0.30
Dallas    Fair Grove 3NE         71  39   0.20
Ozark     Wasola 3S              M   M    0.15
Barry     Eagle Rock 4E                   0.00
Stone     Crane 4N               71  39   M

$$

Frye


000
NOUS43 KSGF 251432
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-261429

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
929 AM CDT WED MAR 25 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Dallas    Windyville 4nw         M   M    0.50   Pea sized hail
Morgan    Gravois Mills          57  39   0.27   Dense morning fog
Barry     Roaring River SP       75  37   0.07   Dime sized hail
Webster   Niangua                73  44   0.38   Pea to dime sized hail
Benton    Edwards 6W             70  48   0.50   Dense morning fog
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            71  40   0.28   Pea sized hail
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            75  41   0.02
Douglas   Dora 8N                         0.30
Dallas    Fair Grove 3NE         71  39   0.20
Ozark     Wasola 3S              M   M    0.15
Barry     Eagle Rock 4E                   0.00
Stone     Crane 4N               71  39   M

$$

Frye


000
NOUS43 KSGF 251432
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-261429

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
929 AM CDT WED MAR 25 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Dallas    Windyville 4nw         M   M    0.50   Pea sized hail
Morgan    Gravois Mills          57  39   0.27   Dense morning fog
Barry     Roaring River SP       75  37   0.07   Dime sized hail
Webster   Niangua                73  44   0.38   Pea to dime sized hail
Benton    Edwards 6W             70  48   0.50   Dense morning fog
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            71  40   0.28   Pea sized hail
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            75  41   0.02
Douglas   Dora 8N                         0.30
Dallas    Fair Grove 3NE         71  39   0.20
Ozark     Wasola 3S              M   M    0.15
Barry     Eagle Rock 4E                   0.00
Stone     Crane 4N               71  39   M

$$

Frye


000
NOUS43 KSGF 251432
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-261429

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
929 AM CDT WED MAR 25 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Dallas    Windyville 4nw         M   M    0.50   Pea sized hail
Morgan    Gravois Mills          57  39   0.27   Dense morning fog
Barry     Roaring River SP       75  37   0.07   Dime sized hail
Webster   Niangua                73  44   0.38   Pea to dime sized hail
Benton    Edwards 6W             70  48   0.50   Dense morning fog
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            71  40   0.28   Pea sized hail
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            75  41   0.02
Douglas   Dora 8N                         0.30
Dallas    Fair Grove 3NE         71  39   0.20
Ozark     Wasola 3S              M   M    0.15
Barry     Eagle Rock 4E                   0.00
Stone     Crane 4N               71  39   M

$$

Frye


000
NOUS43 KSGF 251432
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-261429

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
929 AM CDT WED MAR 25 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Dallas    Windyville 4nw         M   M    0.50   Pea sized hail
Morgan    Gravois Mills          57  39   0.27   Dense morning fog
Barry     Roaring River SP       75  37   0.07   Dime sized hail
Webster   Niangua                73  44   0.38   Pea to dime sized hail
Benton    Edwards 6W             70  48   0.50   Dense morning fog
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            71  40   0.28   Pea sized hail
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            75  41   0.02
Douglas   Dora 8N                         0.30
Dallas    Fair Grove 3NE         71  39   0.20
Ozark     Wasola 3S              M   M    0.15
Barry     Eagle Rock 4E                   0.00
Stone     Crane 4N               71  39   M

$$

Frye


000
NOUS46 KLOX 251358
PNSLOX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOS ANGELES/OXNARD CA
656 AM PDT WED MAR 25 2015

...SIGNIFICANT WIND GUSTS SINCE 356 AM PDT WEDNESDAY...

LOS ANGELES COUNTY                    PEAK WIND GUST
TOPANGA HILLS...........................NORTH     31 MPH.
CAMP NINE...............................NORTH     50 MPH.
CHILAO..................................NORTHEAST 45 MPH.
SANDBERG................................NORTH     31 MPH.
WARM SPRINGS............................NORTHEAST 31 MPH.
WHITAKER PEAK...........................NORTHWEST 85 MPH.
MOUNT LUKENS............................NORTHEAST 34 MPH.
SADDLEBACK BUTTE........................NORTHWEST 42 MPH.

VENTURA COUNTY                        PEAK WIND GUST
WILEY RIDGE.............................EAST      43 MPH.

SANTA BARBARA COUNTY                  PEAK WIND GUST
MONTECITO...............................NORTHEAST 36 MPH.
SANTA BARBARA BOTANICAL GARDEN..........NORTH     56 MPH.
MONTECITO HILLS.........................NORTHEAST 63 MPH.
FIGUEROA MOUNTAIN.......................NORTHEAST 33 MPH.

SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY                PEAK WIND GUST
BRANCH MOUNTAIN.........................NORTHEAST 33 MPH.

$$






000
NOUS46 KLOX 251358
PNSLOX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOS ANGELES/OXNARD CA
656 AM PDT WED MAR 25 2015

...SIGNIFICANT WIND GUSTS SINCE 356 AM PDT WEDNESDAY...

LOS ANGELES COUNTY                    PEAK WIND GUST
TOPANGA HILLS...........................NORTH     31 MPH.
CAMP NINE...............................NORTH     50 MPH.
CHILAO..................................NORTHEAST 45 MPH.
SANDBERG................................NORTH     31 MPH.
WARM SPRINGS............................NORTHEAST 31 MPH.
WHITAKER PEAK...........................NORTHWEST 85 MPH.
MOUNT LUKENS............................NORTHEAST 34 MPH.
SADDLEBACK BUTTE........................NORTHWEST 42 MPH.

VENTURA COUNTY                        PEAK WIND GUST
WILEY RIDGE.............................EAST      43 MPH.

SANTA BARBARA COUNTY                  PEAK WIND GUST
MONTECITO...............................NORTHEAST 36 MPH.
SANTA BARBARA BOTANICAL GARDEN..........NORTH     56 MPH.
MONTECITO HILLS.........................NORTHEAST 63 MPH.
FIGUEROA MOUNTAIN.......................NORTHEAST 33 MPH.

SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY                PEAK WIND GUST
BRANCH MOUNTAIN.........................NORTHEAST 33 MPH.

$$







000
NOUS46 KLOX 251358
PNSLOX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOS ANGELES/OXNARD CA
656 AM PDT WED MAR 25 2015

...SIGNIFICANT WIND GUSTS SINCE 356 AM PDT WEDNESDAY...

LOS ANGELES COUNTY                    PEAK WIND GUST
TOPANGA HILLS...........................NORTH     31 MPH.
CAMP NINE...............................NORTH     50 MPH.
CHILAO..................................NORTHEAST 45 MPH.
SANDBERG................................NORTH     31 MPH.
WARM SPRINGS............................NORTHEAST 31 MPH.
WHITAKER PEAK...........................NORTHWEST 85 MPH.
MOUNT LUKENS............................NORTHEAST 34 MPH.
SADDLEBACK BUTTE........................NORTHWEST 42 MPH.

VENTURA COUNTY                        PEAK WIND GUST
WILEY RIDGE.............................EAST      43 MPH.

SANTA BARBARA COUNTY                  PEAK WIND GUST
MONTECITO...............................NORTHEAST 36 MPH.
SANTA BARBARA BOTANICAL GARDEN..........NORTH     56 MPH.
MONTECITO HILLS.........................NORTHEAST 63 MPH.
FIGUEROA MOUNTAIN.......................NORTHEAST 33 MPH.

SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY                PEAK WIND GUST
BRANCH MOUNTAIN.........................NORTHEAST 33 MPH.

$$






000
NOUS41 KAKQ 251239
PNSAKQ

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WAKEFIELD VA
840 AM EDT WED MAR 25 2015


BETWEEN 1130 AM AND NOON TODAY...AND NORMALLY EVERY WEDNESDAY...WE
WILL CONDUCT A TEST OF THE NOAA ALL HAZARDS WEATHER RADIO ALARM
SYSTEM. PERSONS WITH ALARMS ON THEIR RADIOS...ARE ASKED TO ENSURE
THAT THESE ARE TURNED ON...TO CONFIRM THAT THE TEST WAS RECEIVED.
AGAIN...THE ALARM TEST WILL BE CONDUCTED BETWEEN 1130 AM AND NOON
TODAY. THE ALARM TEST MAY BE CANCELLED WITHOUT NOTICE IN THE EVENT
OF RAPIDLY DEVELOPING WARNING OR WATCH CONDITIONS...WHICH REQUIRE
THE WAKEFIELD OFFICE TO SHIFT INTO A HIGHER ALERT MODE.

$$



000
NOUS41 KAKQ 251239
PNSAKQ

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WAKEFIELD VA
840 AM EDT WED MAR 25 2015


BETWEEN 1130 AM AND NOON TODAY...AND NORMALLY EVERY WEDNESDAY...WE
WILL CONDUCT A TEST OF THE NOAA ALL HAZARDS WEATHER RADIO ALARM
SYSTEM. PERSONS WITH ALARMS ON THEIR RADIOS...ARE ASKED TO ENSURE
THAT THESE ARE TURNED ON...TO CONFIRM THAT THE TEST WAS RECEIVED.
AGAIN...THE ALARM TEST WILL BE CONDUCTED BETWEEN 1130 AM AND NOON
TODAY. THE ALARM TEST MAY BE CANCELLED WITHOUT NOTICE IN THE EVENT
OF RAPIDLY DEVELOPING WARNING OR WATCH CONDITIONS...WHICH REQUIRE
THE WAKEFIELD OFFICE TO SHIFT INTO A HIGHER ALERT MODE.

$$



000
NOUS41 KAKQ 251238
PNSAKQ

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WAKEFIELD VA
840 AM EDT WED MAR 25 2015


BETWEEN 1130 AM AND NOON TODAY...AND NORMALLY EVERY WEDNESDAY...WE
WILL CONDUCT A TEST OF THE NOAA ALL HAZARDS WEATHER RADIO ALARM
SYSTEM. PERSONS WITH ALARMS ON THEIR RADIOS...ARE ASKED TO ENSURE
THAT THESE ARE TURNED ON...TO CONFIRM THAT THE TEST WAS RECEIVED.
AGAIN...THE ALARM TEST WILL BE CONDUCTED BETWEEN 1130 AM AND NOON
TODAY. THE ALARM TEST MAY BE CANCELLED WITHOUT NOTICE IN THE EVENT
OF RAPIDLY DEVELOPING WARNING OR WATCH CONDITIONS...WHICH REQUIRE
THE WAKEFIELD OFFICE TO SHIFT INTO A HIGHER ALERT MODE.



000
NOUS41 KAKQ 251238
PNSAKQ

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WAKEFIELD VA
840 AM EDT WED MAR 25 2015


BETWEEN 1130 AM AND NOON TODAY...AND NORMALLY EVERY WEDNESDAY...WE
WILL CONDUCT A TEST OF THE NOAA ALL HAZARDS WEATHER RADIO ALARM
SYSTEM. PERSONS WITH ALARMS ON THEIR RADIOS...ARE ASKED TO ENSURE
THAT THESE ARE TURNED ON...TO CONFIRM THAT THE TEST WAS RECEIVED.
AGAIN...THE ALARM TEST WILL BE CONDUCTED BETWEEN 1130 AM AND NOON
TODAY. THE ALARM TEST MAY BE CANCELLED WITHOUT NOTICE IN THE EVENT
OF RAPIDLY DEVELOPING WARNING OR WATCH CONDITIONS...WHICH REQUIRE
THE WAKEFIELD OFFICE TO SHIFT INTO A HIGHER ALERT MODE.



000
NOUS41 KAKQ 251237
PNSAKQ

BETWEEN 1130 AM AND NOON TODAY...AND NORMALLY EVERY WEDNESDAY...WE
WILL CONDUCT A TEST OF THE NOAA ALL HAZARDS WEATHER RADIO ALARM
SYSTEM. PERSONS WITH ALARMS ON THEIR RADIOS...ARE ASKED TO ENSURE
THAT THESE ARE TURNED ON...TO CONFIRM THAT THE TEST WAS RECEIVED.
AGAIN...THE ALARM TEST WILL BE CONDUCTED BETWEEN 1130 AM AND NOON
TODAY. THE ALARM TEST MAY BE CANCELLED WITHOUT NOTICE IN THE EVENT
OF RAPIDLY DEVELOPING WARNING OR WATCH CONDITIONS...WHICH REQUIRE
THE WAKEFIELD OFFICE TO SHIFT INTO A HIGHER ALERT MODE.



000
NOUS41 KAKQ 251237
PNSAKQ

BETWEEN 1130 AM AND NOON TODAY...AND NORMALLY EVERY WEDNESDAY...WE
WILL CONDUCT A TEST OF THE NOAA ALL HAZARDS WEATHER RADIO ALARM
SYSTEM. PERSONS WITH ALARMS ON THEIR RADIOS...ARE ASKED TO ENSURE
THAT THESE ARE TURNED ON...TO CONFIRM THAT THE TEST WAS RECEIVED.
AGAIN...THE ALARM TEST WILL BE CONDUCTED BETWEEN 1130 AM AND NOON
TODAY. THE ALARM TEST MAY BE CANCELLED WITHOUT NOTICE IN THE EVENT
OF RAPIDLY DEVELOPING WARNING OR WATCH CONDITIONS...WHICH REQUIRE
THE WAKEFIELD OFFICE TO SHIFT INTO A HIGHER ALERT MODE.



000
NOUS43 KGLD 251202
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT WED MAR 25 2015

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

IN 1932, A DUST STORM MOVED ACROSS RAWLINS COUNTY. IT WAS THE FIRST
IN A SERIES OF STORMS THAT IMPACTED THE COUNTY THROUGH THE SUMMER.

IN 1995, A LANDSPOUT TYPE TORNADO MOVED WEST AND THEN SOUTHWEST AT
15 MPH TO THE EASTERN OUTSKIRTS OF LEOTI KANSAS IN WICHITA
COUNTY. THE TORNADO HIT A TRAIN NEAR CORONADO, BUT NO DAMAGE
OCCURRED.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 251202
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT WED MAR 25 2015

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

IN 1932, A DUST STORM MOVED ACROSS RAWLINS COUNTY. IT WAS THE FIRST
IN A SERIES OF STORMS THAT IMPACTED THE COUNTY THROUGH THE SUMMER.

IN 1995, A LANDSPOUT TYPE TORNADO MOVED WEST AND THEN SOUTHWEST AT
15 MPH TO THE EASTERN OUTSKIRTS OF LEOTI KANSAS IN WICHITA
COUNTY. THE TORNADO HIT A TRAIN NEAR CORONADO, BUT NO DAMAGE
OCCURRED.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 251202
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT WED MAR 25 2015

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

IN 1932, A DUST STORM MOVED ACROSS RAWLINS COUNTY. IT WAS THE FIRST
IN A SERIES OF STORMS THAT IMPACTED THE COUNTY THROUGH THE SUMMER.

IN 1995, A LANDSPOUT TYPE TORNADO MOVED WEST AND THEN SOUTHWEST AT
15 MPH TO THE EASTERN OUTSKIRTS OF LEOTI KANSAS IN WICHITA
COUNTY. THE TORNADO HIT A TRAIN NEAR CORONADO, BUT NO DAMAGE
OCCURRED.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 251202
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT WED MAR 25 2015

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

IN 1932, A DUST STORM MOVED ACROSS RAWLINS COUNTY. IT WAS THE FIRST
IN A SERIES OF STORMS THAT IMPACTED THE COUNTY THROUGH THE SUMMER.

IN 1995, A LANDSPOUT TYPE TORNADO MOVED WEST AND THEN SOUTHWEST AT
15 MPH TO THE EASTERN OUTSKIRTS OF LEOTI KANSAS IN WICHITA
COUNTY. THE TORNADO HIT A TRAIN NEAR CORONADO, BUT NO DAMAGE
OCCURRED.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 251202
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT WED MAR 25 2015

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

IN 1932, A DUST STORM MOVED ACROSS RAWLINS COUNTY. IT WAS THE FIRST
IN A SERIES OF STORMS THAT IMPACTED THE COUNTY THROUGH THE SUMMER.

IN 1995, A LANDSPOUT TYPE TORNADO MOVED WEST AND THEN SOUTHWEST AT
15 MPH TO THE EASTERN OUTSKIRTS OF LEOTI KANSAS IN WICHITA
COUNTY. THE TORNADO HIT A TRAIN NEAR CORONADO, BUT NO DAMAGE
OCCURRED.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 251202
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT WED MAR 25 2015

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

IN 1932, A DUST STORM MOVED ACROSS RAWLINS COUNTY. IT WAS THE FIRST
IN A SERIES OF STORMS THAT IMPACTED THE COUNTY THROUGH THE SUMMER.

IN 1995, A LANDSPOUT TYPE TORNADO MOVED WEST AND THEN SOUTHWEST AT
15 MPH TO THE EASTERN OUTSKIRTS OF LEOTI KANSAS IN WICHITA
COUNTY. THE TORNADO HIT A TRAIN NEAR CORONADO, BUT NO DAMAGE
OCCURRED.

$$



000
NOUS46 KLOX 250415
PNSLOX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOS ANGELES/OXNARD CA
907 PM PDT TUE MAR 24 2015

...SIGNIFICANT WIND GUSTS SINCE 607 PM PDT TUESDAY...

LOS ANGELES COUNTY                    PEAK WIND GUST
VAN NUYS..............................NORTH     46 MPH.
TOPANGA HILLS.........................NORTHWEST 43 MPH.
NEWHALL PASS..........................NORTHEAST 43 MPH.
SAUGUS................................NORTHWEST 61 MPH.
CAMP NINE.............................NORTHWEST 52 MPH.
SANDBERG..............................NORTH     36 MPH.
WARM SPRINGS..........................WEST      49 MPH.
WHITAKER PEAK.........................NORTHWEST 69 MPH.
PALMDALE..............................WEST      38 MPH.
POPPY PARK............................WEST      52 MPH.
SADDLEBACK BUTTE......................NORTH     42 MPH.
LANCASTER.............................WEST      37 MPH.

VENTURA COUNTY                        PEAK WIND GUST
WILEY RIDGE...........................NORTHEAST 39 MPH.

SANTA BARBARA COUNTY                  PEAK WIND GUST
MONTECITO.............................NORTH     37 MPH.
LAS FLORES CANYON.....................NORTH     49 MPH.
SANTA BARBARA BOTANICAL GARDEN........NORTHEAST 53 MPH.
MONTECITO HILLS.......................NORTHEAST 79 MPH.

$$

B





000
NOUS46 KLOX 250415
PNSLOX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOS ANGELES/OXNARD CA
907 PM PDT TUE MAR 24 2015

...SIGNIFICANT WIND GUSTS SINCE 607 PM PDT TUESDAY...

LOS ANGELES COUNTY                    PEAK WIND GUST
VAN NUYS..............................NORTH     46 MPH.
TOPANGA HILLS.........................NORTHWEST 43 MPH.
NEWHALL PASS..........................NORTHEAST 43 MPH.
SAUGUS................................NORTHWEST 61 MPH.
CAMP NINE.............................NORTHWEST 52 MPH.
SANDBERG..............................NORTH     36 MPH.
WARM SPRINGS..........................WEST      49 MPH.
WHITAKER PEAK.........................NORTHWEST 69 MPH.
PALMDALE..............................WEST      38 MPH.
POPPY PARK............................WEST      52 MPH.
SADDLEBACK BUTTE......................NORTH     42 MPH.
LANCASTER.............................WEST      37 MPH.

VENTURA COUNTY                        PEAK WIND GUST
WILEY RIDGE...........................NORTHEAST 39 MPH.

SANTA BARBARA COUNTY                  PEAK WIND GUST
MONTECITO.............................NORTH     37 MPH.
LAS FLORES CANYON.....................NORTH     49 MPH.
SANTA BARBARA BOTANICAL GARDEN........NORTHEAST 53 MPH.
MONTECITO HILLS.......................NORTHEAST 79 MPH.

$$

B




000
NOUS45 KSLC 250253
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
850 PM MDT TUE MAR 24 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

SEVERAL WEATHER DISTURBANCES HAVE DELIVERED PRECIPITATION TO PRIMARILY
NORTHERN UTAH OVER THE PAST TWO DAYS. BELOW ARE 48-HOUR PRECIPITATION
AND PEAK WIND REPORTS THROUGH 8 PM TUESDAY.

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     8 PM TUE               0.73
LOGAN RIVER ABV STATE DAM - 4805 FT      8 PM TUE               0.62
RICHMOND - 4576 FT                       6 AM TUE               0.52
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          8 PM TUE               0.51
HYDE PARK - 4513 FT                      8 AM TUE               0.49
LOGAN - 4465 FT                          8 PM TUE               0.40
HYDE PARK                                3 PM MON               0.40
PROVIDENCE - 4528 FT                     8 AM TUE               0.35
NORTH LOGAN - 4749 FT                    8 AM TUE               0.33
LBW PARADISE - 4859 FT                   8 PM TUE               0.24
LEWISTON - 4514 FT                       8 PM TUE               0.13

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
NORTH OGDEN - 4392 FT                    7 AM TUE      0.5      0.23
BRIGHAM CITY - 4400 FT                   8 PM TUE               0.31
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                 8 PM TUE               0.24
THATCHER - 4414 FT                       7 AM TUE               0.24
BOUNTIFUL - 4760 FT                      7 PM MON               0.24
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4590 FT                  8 PM TUE               0.22
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                      8 PM TUE               0.20
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                   8 PM TUE               0.19
GARLAND 1 SE - 4328 FT                   6 AM TUE               0.18
NORTHEAST OGDEN BENCH - 4560 FT          9 PM MON               0.18
PERRY - 4491 FT                          6 AM TUE               0.17
FARMINGTON - 4226 FT                     8 PM TUE               0.14
LAYTON - 4770 FT                         8 PM TUE               0.14
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    8 PM TUE               0.14
ROY - 4457 FT                            9 AM TUE               0.14
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       8 PM TUE               0.13
OGDEN - 4285 FT                          8 PM TUE               0.12
SOUTH OGDEN - 4777 FT                    8 PM TUE               0.11
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                    8 PM TUE               0.11
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                       8 PM TUE               0.10
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT               8 PM TUE               0.10
CENTERVILLE - 4445 FT                    4 AM TUE               0.10
CLINTON - 4337 FT                       10 AM TUE               0.08
WEST HAVEN - 4239 FT                     7 AM TUE               0.08
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                      10 AM TUE               0.07
CORINNE - 4238 FT                       10 AM TUE               0.07

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
SALT LAKE CITY - 5305 FT                 8 PM TUE               0.16
DRAPER 2 WNW - 4427 FT                   7 AM TUE               0.15
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT         8 PM TUE               0.13
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS - 5138 FT             7 AM TUE               0.12
MAGNA - 4400 FT                          8 PM TUE               0.11
UPPER MILLCREEK - 5050 FT                4 AM TUE               0.10
RIVERTON - 4429 FT                      10 AM TUE               0.09
SANDY - 5161 FT                         10 AM TUE               0.09
SOUTH SALT LAKE - 4340 FT                7 AM TUE               0.09
HOLLADAY - 4540 FT                       7 AM TUE               0.08
DRAPER - 4426 FT                        10 AM TUE               0.07
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4281 FT              10 AM TUE               0.06
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT        10 AM TUE               0.06
SOUTH JORDAN - 4551 FT                  10 AM TUE               0.05
HERRIMAN - 5062 FT                      10 AM TUE               0.05

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SARATOGA SPRINGS 1W - 7544 FT            8 PM TUE               0.19
SPANISH FORK - 4738 FT                   7 PM TUE               0.10
AMERICAN FORK - 4623 FT                  7 AM TUE               0.09
PROVO BYU - 4570 FT                      5 PM TUE               0.07
OREM - 4728 FT                          10 AM TUE               0.06
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT         10 AM TUE               0.04
LEHI - 4593 FT                          10 AM TUE               0.04
ALPINE - 5070 FT                         5 PM TUE               0.02
NEPHI - 5002 FT                         10 AM TUE               0.02

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
ROCKY BASIN-SETTLEME - 8900 FT           9 AM TUE               0.30
MINING FORK - 8000 FT                    9 AM TUE               0.20
CALLAO GATE - 4250 FT                    8 PM TUE               0.10
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        7 PM TUE               0.10
UTAH TEST RANGE - 4440 FT                5 PM TUE               0.10
ENGLISH VILLAGE - 4788 FT               10 AM TUE               0.08
BLUE CREEK - 5170 FT                    10 AM TUE               0.07
SNOWVILLE (SOUTH) - 4812 FT             10 AM TUE               0.06
JULIET ROAD - 4324 FT                   10 AM TUE               0.04

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
SWANSONS ENV CENTER - 5700 FT            8 PM TUE               0.59
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                     8 PM TUE               0.36
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        7 PM TUE               0.33
PARK CITY - 6516 FT                      7 AM TUE               0.31
MORGAN - 5059 FT                         8 PM TUE               0.24
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT        7 PM TUE               0.15
COALVILLE - 5673 FT                      8 PM TUE               0.14
HEBER CITY - 5768 FT                     9 AM TUE               0.14
DEER CREEK DAM - 5270 FT                 5 AM TUE               0.13
WANSHIP DAM - 5940 FT                    5 PM TUE               0.10

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
POWDER MOUNTAIN                          4 PM TUE      7.0      1.00
SNOWBASIN MID BOWL - 7402 FT             5 PM TUE      5.0      0.63
RANDOLPH - 6270 FT                       5 AM TUE      1.9      0.29
BLACKSMITH FORK - 5020 FT                7 PM TUE               0.82
HORSE RIDGE - 8160 FT                    9 AM TUE               0.80
BUG LAKE - 7950 FT                       9 AM TUE               0.70
TONY GROVE LAKE - 8400 FT                9 AM TUE               0.70
MONTE CRISTO - 8960 FT                   9 AM TUE               0.70
USU DOC DANIEL - 8271 FT                 9 AM TUE               0.60
MANTUA - 5899 FT                         8 PM TUE               0.56
LIGHTNING RIDGE - 8215 FT               10 AM TUE               0.50
BEN LOMOND PEAK - 8000 FT                9 AM TUE               0.50
DRY BREAD POND - 8350 FT                 9 AM TUE               0.50
KLONDIKE NARROWS - 7400 FT               9 AM TUE               0.50
PINEVIEW DAM - 4940 FT                   5 AM TUE               0.41
LOOKOUT PEAK - 8200 FT                   9 AM TUE               0.30
GARDEN CITY SUMMIT - 7600 FT             9 AM TUE               0.30
HARDWARE RANCH - 5564 FT                 8 PM TUE               0.27
GARDEN CITY - 7615 FT                    8 PM TUE               0.26
LOST CREEK NR CROYDEN - 5840 FT          7 PM TUE               0.26
RANDOLPH UDOT - 6329 FT                  8 PM TUE               0.24
EMIGRATION CANYON - 6024 FT              7 PM TUE               0.22
GARDEN CITY - 5959 FT                    8 PM TUE               0.21
TEMPLE FORK - 7406 FT                    9 AM TUE               0.20

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
BRIGHTON CREST - 9500 FT                 4 PM TUE      9.0      0.85
ALTA UDOT - 8799 FT                      4 PM TUE      8.0      0.63
PARK CITY SUMMIT - 9300 FT               4 PM TUE      6.0      0.70
ALTA - COLLINS - 9662 FT                 8 PM TUE      6.0      0.64
THE CANYONS - 8800 FT                    4 PM TUE      6.0      0.50
ALTA - 8730 FT                           5 PM TUE      5.0      0.81
SNOWBIRD - 8100 FT                       4 PM TUE      4.0      0.59
SOLITUDE - 8200 FT                       4 AM TUE      3.0      0.38
BIG COTTONWOOD SPRUCES - 7402 FT         4 PM TUE      2.0      0.40
SILVER LAKE BRIGHTON - 8740 FT           5 AM TUE      2.0      0.20
PROVO CANYON - 6100 FT                   5 PM TUE      1.0      0.34
SNOWBIRD - 9640 FT                       9 AM TUE               0.70
BRIGHTON - 8750 FT                       9 AM TUE               0.60
SUNDANCE - 7503 FT                       8 PM TUE               0.59
THAYNES CANYON - 9200 FT                 9 AM TUE               0.50
DEER VALLEY - ONTARIO - 9100 FT          8 PM TUE               0.48
ALTA - BASE - 8560 FT                    8 PM TUE               0.48
PAYSON R.S. - 8050 FT                    9 AM TUE               0.40
MILL-D NORTH - 8960 FT                   9 AM TUE               0.40
CASCADE MOUNTAIN - 7768 FT               8 AM TUE               0.20
TIMPANOGOS DIVIDE - 8140 FT              7 PM MON               0.20

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
HEBER CITY 10 ESE - 8305 FT              8 AM TUE      1.0      0.33
STEEL CREEK PARK - 10100 FT              9 AM TUE               0.80
TRIAL LAKE - 9960 FT                     9 AM TUE               0.70
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 8 PM TUE               0.55
BEAR RIVER RS - 8500 FT                  9 AM TUE               0.50
CHALK CREEK #1 - 9100 FT                 9 AM TUE               0.50
HEWINTA - 9500 FT                        9 AM TUE               0.50
HAYDEN FORK - 9100 FT                    9 AM TUE               0.50
REDDEN MINE LWR - 8500 FT                9 AM TUE               0.50
WEST FORK BLACKSMITHS FORK - 9620 FT     8 PM TUE               0.34
BROWN DUCK - 10600 FT                    9 AM TUE               0.30
BEAVER DIVIDE - 8280 FT                  9 AM TUE               0.30
LAKEFORK BASIN - 10900 FT                9 AM TUE               0.30
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         8 PM TUE               0.29
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         8 PM TUE               0.29
WEBER RIVER NR OAKLEY 7NNE - 6653 FT     7 PM TUE               0.29
BEAR RIVER - 8536 FT                     8 PM TUE               0.28
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        8 PM TUE               0.24
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      8 PM TUE               0.24
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           6 PM TUE               0.21
LILY LAKE - 9050 FT                      9 AM TUE               0.20

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
DANIELS-STRAWBERRY - 8000 FT             9 AM TUE               0.40
STRAWBERRY DIVIDE - 8400 FT              7 AM TUE               0.30
CLEAR CREEK #1 - 9200 FT                 9 AM TUE               0.20
HUNTINGTON HORSE - 9657 FT               9 AM TUE               0.20
WHITE RIVER #1 - 8550 FT                 9 AM TUE               0.20

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      9 AM TUE               0.05
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT           10 AM TUE               0.03
ALTAMONT - 6370 FT                       5 AM TUE               0.02

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
MANTI RADIO - 5498 FT                    5 AM TUE               0.02

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
RED PINE RIDGE - 9200 FT                 9 AM TUE               0.30
GBRC MEADOWS - 9780 FT                   9 AM TUE               0.30
MT BALDY - 9494 FT                       9 AM TUE               0.20
DILLS CAMP - 9200 FT                     2 PM MON               0.20
PICKLE KEG - 9600 FT                     9 AM TUE               0.10

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         8 PM TUE               0.24
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    7 PM TUE               0.21

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     8 AM MON     44 MPH

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
WEST OGDEN - 4222 FT                     2 PM MON     54 MPH
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            2 PM MON     52 MPH
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       2 PM MON     49 MPH
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     3 PM MON     47 MPH
LEGACY PARKWAY - 4215 FT                 3 PM MON     44 MPH
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                      2 PM MON     42 MPH
GREAT SALT LAKE MINERALS - 4212 FT       2 PM MON     42 MPH
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    3 PM MON     41 MPH
PORTABLE RWIS 2 - 4292 FT                1 PM MON     40 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         8 AM MON     59 MPH
SALT AIR - 4209 FT                       9 AM MON     55 MPH
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                10 PM SUN     48 MPH
FLIGHT PARK SOUTH - 5202 FT              8 PM MON     41 MPH
VERNON HILL - 5761 FT                    3 PM MON     41 MPH
TOOELE CITY - 5135 FT                    7 AM MON     40 MPH

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
PIONEER CROSSING - 4650 FT              11 PM SUN     46 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
PROMONTORY POINT - 6926 FT               2 PM MON     58 MPH
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              8 AM MON     57 MPH
UTTR THERMAL TREATMENT UNIT - 4915 FT    7 AM MON     55 MPH
WEST OF WILDCAT MTN - 4259 FT           12 PM MON     54 MPH
EAGLE RANGE - 4239 FT                    1 PM MON     53 MPH
HOGUP - 4229 FT                          6 AM MON     53 MPH
DIDDLE KNOLL - 4265 FT                   6 PM MON     51 MPH
GROOME - 4223 FT                         5 AM MON     51 MPH
BADGER ISLAND - 4199 FT                  9 AM MON     50 MPH
HAT ISLAND - 4242 FT                     2 PM MON     49 MPH
GUNNISON ISLAND - 4242 FT                6 PM MON     47 MPH
CAUSEWAY - 4246 FT                       6 PM MON     47 MPH
I-80 AT MP 1 - 4270 FT                   6 AM MON     47 MPH
UTTR OASIS COMPOUND - 4437 FT            7 AM MON     46 MPH
WENDOVER PORT OF ENTRY - 4227 FT         5 AM MON     46 MPH
WEST SALT FLATS - 4237 FT                5 PM MON     44 MPH
I-80 AT MP 29 - 4125 FT                  6 PM MON     43 MPH
SR-30 AT CURLEW - 4766 FT                5 PM MON     43 MPH
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT                2 PM MON     43 MPH
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT              12 PM MON     43 MPH
WEST GRANITE - 4403 FT                   7 PM MON     42 MPH
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 7 PM MON     41 MPH
JOHNSONS PASS - 6520 FT                  7 AM MON     41 MPH
UPPER CEDAR MTN - 7052 FT                7 AM MON     41 MPH
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                   2 AM MON     41 MPH
V-GRID - 4226 FT                         2 AM MON     41 MPH
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                2 PM MON     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
TRAPPERS LOOP ROAD - 5774 FT             3 PM MON     45 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OGDEN PEAK - 9570 FT                     8 PM MON     63 MPH
SHERWOOD HILLS - 5039 FT                 2 PM MON     52 MPH
SR-16 @ MP1 - 6533 FT                    4 PM MON     48 MPH
SR-65 AT BIG MOUNTAIN PASS - 7433 FT     3 PM MON     48 MPH
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    4 PM MON     47 MPH
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       4 PM MON     46 MPH
WEBER CANYON POWER PLANT - 5801 FT       3 PM MON     46 MPH
POWDER MOUNTAIN - 8897 FT                9 AM TUE     45 MPH
LOGAN SUMMIT - 7620 FT                   1 PM TUE     44 MPH
PORTABLE RWIS 5 - 7612 FT                4 PM MON     42 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
CENTRAL WASATCH PEAKS - 11066 FT        11 PM MON     63 MPH
SUNDANCE - ARROWHEAD - 8251 FT          12 PM TUE     44 MPH
CENTRAL WASATCH PEAKS - 10443 FT        11 PM MON     44 MPH
PARLEYS CANYON AT QUARRY - 5100 FT       8 PM MON     42 MPH
PARK CITY - JUPITER - 10024 FT          11 AM MON     42 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
WINDY PEAK - 10662 FT                    3 PM TUE     59 MPH
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       4 AM TUE     59 MPH
DRY RIDGE - 11565 FT                    11 PM MON     52 MPH
LOFTY LAKE PEAK - 11186 FT               9 AM MON     49 MPH

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      5 PM MON     42 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
ROOSEVELT - 5171 FT                      1 PM MON     47 MPH
US-40 @ STARVATION - 5720 FT             1 PM MON     47 MPH

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
HANKSVILLE - 4444 FT                     8 PM MON     40 MPH

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
I-70 AT SALINA - 5226 FT                 2 PM MON     40 MPH
RICHFIELD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5299 FT    2 PM MON     40 MPH

...GLEN CANYON RECREATION AREA/LAKE POWELL...
BULLFROG MARINA - 3700 FT                9 PM MON     41 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SR-72 AT HOGAN PASS - 8977 FT            5 PM MON     54 MPH
FREMONT JUNCTION - 6801 FT               5 PM MON     44 MPH
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    3 PM MON     42 MPH

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
CIRCLEVILLE - 6120 FT                    9 PM MON     44 MPH
SR-12 AT BOULDER SUMMIT - 9595 FT        4 PM MON     41 MPH

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
I-80 EAST OF EVANSTON - 7579 FT         12 PM TUE     47 MPH
FORT BRIDGER WY - 7034 FT                6 PM TUE     46 MPH
FRENCH - 7375 FT                         1 PM TUE     46 MPH
CHURCH BUTTE - 6743 FT                   6 PM TUE     45 MPH
PAINTER - 6939 FT                        4 PM MON     44 MPH
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         4 PM MON     43 MPH
COAL ROAD - 7349 FT                      1 PM TUE     40 MPH
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    4 PM MON     40 MPH

$$


000
NOUS45 KSLC 250253
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
850 PM MDT TUE MAR 24 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

SEVERAL WEATHER DISTURBANCES HAVE DELIVERED PRECIPITATION TO PRIMARILY
NORTHERN UTAH OVER THE PAST TWO DAYS. BELOW ARE 48-HOUR PRECIPITATION
AND PEAK WIND REPORTS THROUGH 8 PM TUESDAY.

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     8 PM TUE               0.73
LOGAN RIVER ABV STATE DAM - 4805 FT      8 PM TUE               0.62
RICHMOND - 4576 FT                       6 AM TUE               0.52
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          8 PM TUE               0.51
HYDE PARK - 4513 FT                      8 AM TUE               0.49
LOGAN - 4465 FT                          8 PM TUE               0.40
HYDE PARK                                3 PM MON               0.40
PROVIDENCE - 4528 FT                     8 AM TUE               0.35
NORTH LOGAN - 4749 FT                    8 AM TUE               0.33
LBW PARADISE - 4859 FT                   8 PM TUE               0.24
LEWISTON - 4514 FT                       8 PM TUE               0.13

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
NORTH OGDEN - 4392 FT                    7 AM TUE      0.5      0.23
BRIGHAM CITY - 4400 FT                   8 PM TUE               0.31
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                 8 PM TUE               0.24
THATCHER - 4414 FT                       7 AM TUE               0.24
BOUNTIFUL - 4760 FT                      7 PM MON               0.24
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4590 FT                  8 PM TUE               0.22
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                      8 PM TUE               0.20
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                   8 PM TUE               0.19
GARLAND 1 SE - 4328 FT                   6 AM TUE               0.18
NORTHEAST OGDEN BENCH - 4560 FT          9 PM MON               0.18
PERRY - 4491 FT                          6 AM TUE               0.17
FARMINGTON - 4226 FT                     8 PM TUE               0.14
LAYTON - 4770 FT                         8 PM TUE               0.14
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    8 PM TUE               0.14
ROY - 4457 FT                            9 AM TUE               0.14
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       8 PM TUE               0.13
OGDEN - 4285 FT                          8 PM TUE               0.12
SOUTH OGDEN - 4777 FT                    8 PM TUE               0.11
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                    8 PM TUE               0.11
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                       8 PM TUE               0.10
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT               8 PM TUE               0.10
CENTERVILLE - 4445 FT                    4 AM TUE               0.10
CLINTON - 4337 FT                       10 AM TUE               0.08
WEST HAVEN - 4239 FT                     7 AM TUE               0.08
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                      10 AM TUE               0.07
CORINNE - 4238 FT                       10 AM TUE               0.07

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
SALT LAKE CITY - 5305 FT                 8 PM TUE               0.16
DRAPER 2 WNW - 4427 FT                   7 AM TUE               0.15
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT         8 PM TUE               0.13
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS - 5138 FT             7 AM TUE               0.12
MAGNA - 4400 FT                          8 PM TUE               0.11
UPPER MILLCREEK - 5050 FT                4 AM TUE               0.10
RIVERTON - 4429 FT                      10 AM TUE               0.09
SANDY - 5161 FT                         10 AM TUE               0.09
SOUTH SALT LAKE - 4340 FT                7 AM TUE               0.09
HOLLADAY - 4540 FT                       7 AM TUE               0.08
DRAPER - 4426 FT                        10 AM TUE               0.07
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4281 FT              10 AM TUE               0.06
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT        10 AM TUE               0.06
SOUTH JORDAN - 4551 FT                  10 AM TUE               0.05
HERRIMAN - 5062 FT                      10 AM TUE               0.05

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SARATOGA SPRINGS 1W - 7544 FT            8 PM TUE               0.19
SPANISH FORK - 4738 FT                   7 PM TUE               0.10
AMERICAN FORK - 4623 FT                  7 AM TUE               0.09
PROVO BYU - 4570 FT                      5 PM TUE               0.07
OREM - 4728 FT                          10 AM TUE               0.06
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT         10 AM TUE               0.04
LEHI - 4593 FT                          10 AM TUE               0.04
ALPINE - 5070 FT                         5 PM TUE               0.02
NEPHI - 5002 FT                         10 AM TUE               0.02

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
ROCKY BASIN-SETTLEME - 8900 FT           9 AM TUE               0.30
MINING FORK - 8000 FT                    9 AM TUE               0.20
CALLAO GATE - 4250 FT                    8 PM TUE               0.10
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        7 PM TUE               0.10
UTAH TEST RANGE - 4440 FT                5 PM TUE               0.10
ENGLISH VILLAGE - 4788 FT               10 AM TUE               0.08
BLUE CREEK - 5170 FT                    10 AM TUE               0.07
SNOWVILLE (SOUTH) - 4812 FT             10 AM TUE               0.06
JULIET ROAD - 4324 FT                   10 AM TUE               0.04

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
SWANSONS ENV CENTER - 5700 FT            8 PM TUE               0.59
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                     8 PM TUE               0.36
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        7 PM TUE               0.33
PARK CITY - 6516 FT                      7 AM TUE               0.31
MORGAN - 5059 FT                         8 PM TUE               0.24
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT        7 PM TUE               0.15
COALVILLE - 5673 FT                      8 PM TUE               0.14
HEBER CITY - 5768 FT                     9 AM TUE               0.14
DEER CREEK DAM - 5270 FT                 5 AM TUE               0.13
WANSHIP DAM - 5940 FT                    5 PM TUE               0.10

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
POWDER MOUNTAIN                          4 PM TUE      7.0      1.00
SNOWBASIN MID BOWL - 7402 FT             5 PM TUE      5.0      0.63
RANDOLPH - 6270 FT                       5 AM TUE      1.9      0.29
BLACKSMITH FORK - 5020 FT                7 PM TUE               0.82
HORSE RIDGE - 8160 FT                    9 AM TUE               0.80
BUG LAKE - 7950 FT                       9 AM TUE               0.70
TONY GROVE LAKE - 8400 FT                9 AM TUE               0.70
MONTE CRISTO - 8960 FT                   9 AM TUE               0.70
USU DOC DANIEL - 8271 FT                 9 AM TUE               0.60
MANTUA - 5899 FT                         8 PM TUE               0.56
LIGHTNING RIDGE - 8215 FT               10 AM TUE               0.50
BEN LOMOND PEAK - 8000 FT                9 AM TUE               0.50
DRY BREAD POND - 8350 FT                 9 AM TUE               0.50
KLONDIKE NARROWS - 7400 FT               9 AM TUE               0.50
PINEVIEW DAM - 4940 FT                   5 AM TUE               0.41
LOOKOUT PEAK - 8200 FT                   9 AM TUE               0.30
GARDEN CITY SUMMIT - 7600 FT             9 AM TUE               0.30
HARDWARE RANCH - 5564 FT                 8 PM TUE               0.27
GARDEN CITY - 7615 FT                    8 PM TUE               0.26
LOST CREEK NR CROYDEN - 5840 FT          7 PM TUE               0.26
RANDOLPH UDOT - 6329 FT                  8 PM TUE               0.24
EMIGRATION CANYON - 6024 FT              7 PM TUE               0.22
GARDEN CITY - 5959 FT                    8 PM TUE               0.21
TEMPLE FORK - 7406 FT                    9 AM TUE               0.20

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
BRIGHTON CREST - 9500 FT                 4 PM TUE      9.0      0.85
ALTA UDOT - 8799 FT                      4 PM TUE      8.0      0.63
PARK CITY SUMMIT - 9300 FT               4 PM TUE      6.0      0.70
ALTA - COLLINS - 9662 FT                 8 PM TUE      6.0      0.64
THE CANYONS - 8800 FT                    4 PM TUE      6.0      0.50
ALTA - 8730 FT                           5 PM TUE      5.0      0.81
SNOWBIRD - 8100 FT                       4 PM TUE      4.0      0.59
SOLITUDE - 8200 FT                       4 AM TUE      3.0      0.38
BIG COTTONWOOD SPRUCES - 7402 FT         4 PM TUE      2.0      0.40
SILVER LAKE BRIGHTON - 8740 FT           5 AM TUE      2.0      0.20
PROVO CANYON - 6100 FT                   5 PM TUE      1.0      0.34
SNOWBIRD - 9640 FT                       9 AM TUE               0.70
BRIGHTON - 8750 FT                       9 AM TUE               0.60
SUNDANCE - 7503 FT                       8 PM TUE               0.59
THAYNES CANYON - 9200 FT                 9 AM TUE               0.50
DEER VALLEY - ONTARIO - 9100 FT          8 PM TUE               0.48
ALTA - BASE - 8560 FT                    8 PM TUE               0.48
PAYSON R.S. - 8050 FT                    9 AM TUE               0.40
MILL-D NORTH - 8960 FT                   9 AM TUE               0.40
CASCADE MOUNTAIN - 7768 FT               8 AM TUE               0.20
TIMPANOGOS DIVIDE - 8140 FT              7 PM MON               0.20

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
HEBER CITY 10 ESE - 8305 FT              8 AM TUE      1.0      0.33
STEEL CREEK PARK - 10100 FT              9 AM TUE               0.80
TRIAL LAKE - 9960 FT                     9 AM TUE               0.70
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 8 PM TUE               0.55
BEAR RIVER RS - 8500 FT                  9 AM TUE               0.50
CHALK CREEK #1 - 9100 FT                 9 AM TUE               0.50
HEWINTA - 9500 FT                        9 AM TUE               0.50
HAYDEN FORK - 9100 FT                    9 AM TUE               0.50
REDDEN MINE LWR - 8500 FT                9 AM TUE               0.50
WEST FORK BLACKSMITHS FORK - 9620 FT     8 PM TUE               0.34
BROWN DUCK - 10600 FT                    9 AM TUE               0.30
BEAVER DIVIDE - 8280 FT                  9 AM TUE               0.30
LAKEFORK BASIN - 10900 FT                9 AM TUE               0.30
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         8 PM TUE               0.29
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         8 PM TUE               0.29
WEBER RIVER NR OAKLEY 7NNE - 6653 FT     7 PM TUE               0.29
BEAR RIVER - 8536 FT                     8 PM TUE               0.28
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        8 PM TUE               0.24
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      8 PM TUE               0.24
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           6 PM TUE               0.21
LILY LAKE - 9050 FT                      9 AM TUE               0.20

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
DANIELS-STRAWBERRY - 8000 FT             9 AM TUE               0.40
STRAWBERRY DIVIDE - 8400 FT              7 AM TUE               0.30
CLEAR CREEK #1 - 9200 FT                 9 AM TUE               0.20
HUNTINGTON HORSE - 9657 FT               9 AM TUE               0.20
WHITE RIVER #1 - 8550 FT                 9 AM TUE               0.20

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      9 AM TUE               0.05
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT           10 AM TUE               0.03
ALTAMONT - 6370 FT                       5 AM TUE               0.02

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
MANTI RADIO - 5498 FT                    5 AM TUE               0.02

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
RED PINE RIDGE - 9200 FT                 9 AM TUE               0.30
GBRC MEADOWS - 9780 FT                   9 AM TUE               0.30
MT BALDY - 9494 FT                       9 AM TUE               0.20
DILLS CAMP - 9200 FT                     2 PM MON               0.20
PICKLE KEG - 9600 FT                     9 AM TUE               0.10

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         8 PM TUE               0.24
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    7 PM TUE               0.21

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     8 AM MON     44 MPH

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
WEST OGDEN - 4222 FT                     2 PM MON     54 MPH
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            2 PM MON     52 MPH
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       2 PM MON     49 MPH
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     3 PM MON     47 MPH
LEGACY PARKWAY - 4215 FT                 3 PM MON     44 MPH
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                      2 PM MON     42 MPH
GREAT SALT LAKE MINERALS - 4212 FT       2 PM MON     42 MPH
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    3 PM MON     41 MPH
PORTABLE RWIS 2 - 4292 FT                1 PM MON     40 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         8 AM MON     59 MPH
SALT AIR - 4209 FT                       9 AM MON     55 MPH
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                10 PM SUN     48 MPH
FLIGHT PARK SOUTH - 5202 FT              8 PM MON     41 MPH
VERNON HILL - 5761 FT                    3 PM MON     41 MPH
TOOELE CITY - 5135 FT                    7 AM MON     40 MPH

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
PIONEER CROSSING - 4650 FT              11 PM SUN     46 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
PROMONTORY POINT - 6926 FT               2 PM MON     58 MPH
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              8 AM MON     57 MPH
UTTR THERMAL TREATMENT UNIT - 4915 FT    7 AM MON     55 MPH
WEST OF WILDCAT MTN - 4259 FT           12 PM MON     54 MPH
EAGLE RANGE - 4239 FT                    1 PM MON     53 MPH
HOGUP - 4229 FT                          6 AM MON     53 MPH
DIDDLE KNOLL - 4265 FT                   6 PM MON     51 MPH
GROOME - 4223 FT                         5 AM MON     51 MPH
BADGER ISLAND - 4199 FT                  9 AM MON     50 MPH
HAT ISLAND - 4242 FT                     2 PM MON     49 MPH
GUNNISON ISLAND - 4242 FT                6 PM MON     47 MPH
CAUSEWAY - 4246 FT                       6 PM MON     47 MPH
I-80 AT MP 1 - 4270 FT                   6 AM MON     47 MPH
UTTR OASIS COMPOUND - 4437 FT            7 AM MON     46 MPH
WENDOVER PORT OF ENTRY - 4227 FT         5 AM MON     46 MPH
WEST SALT FLATS - 4237 FT                5 PM MON     44 MPH
I-80 AT MP 29 - 4125 FT                  6 PM MON     43 MPH
SR-30 AT CURLEW - 4766 FT                5 PM MON     43 MPH
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT                2 PM MON     43 MPH
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT              12 PM MON     43 MPH
WEST GRANITE - 4403 FT                   7 PM MON     42 MPH
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 7 PM MON     41 MPH
JOHNSONS PASS - 6520 FT                  7 AM MON     41 MPH
UPPER CEDAR MTN - 7052 FT                7 AM MON     41 MPH
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                   2 AM MON     41 MPH
V-GRID - 4226 FT                         2 AM MON     41 MPH
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                2 PM MON     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
TRAPPERS LOOP ROAD - 5774 FT             3 PM MON     45 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OGDEN PEAK - 9570 FT                     8 PM MON     63 MPH
SHERWOOD HILLS - 5039 FT                 2 PM MON     52 MPH
SR-16 @ MP1 - 6533 FT                    4 PM MON     48 MPH
SR-65 AT BIG MOUNTAIN PASS - 7433 FT     3 PM MON     48 MPH
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    4 PM MON     47 MPH
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       4 PM MON     46 MPH
WEBER CANYON POWER PLANT - 5801 FT       3 PM MON     46 MPH
POWDER MOUNTAIN - 8897 FT                9 AM TUE     45 MPH
LOGAN SUMMIT - 7620 FT                   1 PM TUE     44 MPH
PORTABLE RWIS 5 - 7612 FT                4 PM MON     42 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
CENTRAL WASATCH PEAKS - 11066 FT        11 PM MON     63 MPH
SUNDANCE - ARROWHEAD - 8251 FT          12 PM TUE     44 MPH
CENTRAL WASATCH PEAKS - 10443 FT        11 PM MON     44 MPH
PARLEYS CANYON AT QUARRY - 5100 FT       8 PM MON     42 MPH
PARK CITY - JUPITER - 10024 FT          11 AM MON     42 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
WINDY PEAK - 10662 FT                    3 PM TUE     59 MPH
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       4 AM TUE     59 MPH
DRY RIDGE - 11565 FT                    11 PM MON     52 MPH
LOFTY LAKE PEAK - 11186 FT               9 AM MON     49 MPH

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      5 PM MON     42 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
ROOSEVELT - 5171 FT                      1 PM MON     47 MPH
US-40 @ STARVATION - 5720 FT             1 PM MON     47 MPH

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
HANKSVILLE - 4444 FT                     8 PM MON     40 MPH

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
I-70 AT SALINA - 5226 FT                 2 PM MON     40 MPH
RICHFIELD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5299 FT    2 PM MON     40 MPH

...GLEN CANYON RECREATION AREA/LAKE POWELL...
BULLFROG MARINA - 3700 FT                9 PM MON     41 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SR-72 AT HOGAN PASS - 8977 FT            5 PM MON     54 MPH
FREMONT JUNCTION - 6801 FT               5 PM MON     44 MPH
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    3 PM MON     42 MPH

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
CIRCLEVILLE - 6120 FT                    9 PM MON     44 MPH
SR-12 AT BOULDER SUMMIT - 9595 FT        4 PM MON     41 MPH

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
I-80 EAST OF EVANSTON - 7579 FT         12 PM TUE     47 MPH
FORT BRIDGER WY - 7034 FT                6 PM TUE     46 MPH
FRENCH - 7375 FT                         1 PM TUE     46 MPH
CHURCH BUTTE - 6743 FT                   6 PM TUE     45 MPH
PAINTER - 6939 FT                        4 PM MON     44 MPH
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         4 PM MON     43 MPH
COAL ROAD - 7349 FT                      1 PM TUE     40 MPH
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    4 PM MON     40 MPH

$$



000
NOUS45 KSLC 250253
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
850 PM MDT TUE MAR 24 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

SEVERAL WEATHER DISTURBANCES HAVE DELIVERED PRECIPITATION TO PRIMARILY
NORTHERN UTAH OVER THE PAST TWO DAYS. BELOW ARE 48-HOUR PRECIPITATION
AND PEAK WIND REPORTS THROUGH 8 PM TUESDAY.

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     8 PM TUE               0.73
LOGAN RIVER ABV STATE DAM - 4805 FT      8 PM TUE               0.62
RICHMOND - 4576 FT                       6 AM TUE               0.52
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          8 PM TUE               0.51
HYDE PARK - 4513 FT                      8 AM TUE               0.49
LOGAN - 4465 FT                          8 PM TUE               0.40
HYDE PARK                                3 PM MON               0.40
PROVIDENCE - 4528 FT                     8 AM TUE               0.35
NORTH LOGAN - 4749 FT                    8 AM TUE               0.33
LBW PARADISE - 4859 FT                   8 PM TUE               0.24
LEWISTON - 4514 FT                       8 PM TUE               0.13

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
NORTH OGDEN - 4392 FT                    7 AM TUE      0.5      0.23
BRIGHAM CITY - 4400 FT                   8 PM TUE               0.31
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                 8 PM TUE               0.24
THATCHER - 4414 FT                       7 AM TUE               0.24
BOUNTIFUL - 4760 FT                      7 PM MON               0.24
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4590 FT                  8 PM TUE               0.22
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                      8 PM TUE               0.20
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                   8 PM TUE               0.19
GARLAND 1 SE - 4328 FT                   6 AM TUE               0.18
NORTHEAST OGDEN BENCH - 4560 FT          9 PM MON               0.18
PERRY - 4491 FT                          6 AM TUE               0.17
FARMINGTON - 4226 FT                     8 PM TUE               0.14
LAYTON - 4770 FT                         8 PM TUE               0.14
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    8 PM TUE               0.14
ROY - 4457 FT                            9 AM TUE               0.14
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       8 PM TUE               0.13
OGDEN - 4285 FT                          8 PM TUE               0.12
SOUTH OGDEN - 4777 FT                    8 PM TUE               0.11
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                    8 PM TUE               0.11
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                       8 PM TUE               0.10
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT               8 PM TUE               0.10
CENTERVILLE - 4445 FT                    4 AM TUE               0.10
CLINTON - 4337 FT                       10 AM TUE               0.08
WEST HAVEN - 4239 FT                     7 AM TUE               0.08
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                      10 AM TUE               0.07
CORINNE - 4238 FT                       10 AM TUE               0.07

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
SALT LAKE CITY - 5305 FT                 8 PM TUE               0.16
DRAPER 2 WNW - 4427 FT                   7 AM TUE               0.15
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT         8 PM TUE               0.13
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS - 5138 FT             7 AM TUE               0.12
MAGNA - 4400 FT                          8 PM TUE               0.11
UPPER MILLCREEK - 5050 FT                4 AM TUE               0.10
RIVERTON - 4429 FT                      10 AM TUE               0.09
SANDY - 5161 FT                         10 AM TUE               0.09
SOUTH SALT LAKE - 4340 FT                7 AM TUE               0.09
HOLLADAY - 4540 FT                       7 AM TUE               0.08
DRAPER - 4426 FT                        10 AM TUE               0.07
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4281 FT              10 AM TUE               0.06
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT        10 AM TUE               0.06
SOUTH JORDAN - 4551 FT                  10 AM TUE               0.05
HERRIMAN - 5062 FT                      10 AM TUE               0.05

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SARATOGA SPRINGS 1W - 7544 FT            8 PM TUE               0.19
SPANISH FORK - 4738 FT                   7 PM TUE               0.10
AMERICAN FORK - 4623 FT                  7 AM TUE               0.09
PROVO BYU - 4570 FT                      5 PM TUE               0.07
OREM - 4728 FT                          10 AM TUE               0.06
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT         10 AM TUE               0.04
LEHI - 4593 FT                          10 AM TUE               0.04
ALPINE - 5070 FT                         5 PM TUE               0.02
NEPHI - 5002 FT                         10 AM TUE               0.02

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
ROCKY BASIN-SETTLEME - 8900 FT           9 AM TUE               0.30
MINING FORK - 8000 FT                    9 AM TUE               0.20
CALLAO GATE - 4250 FT                    8 PM TUE               0.10
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        7 PM TUE               0.10
UTAH TEST RANGE - 4440 FT                5 PM TUE               0.10
ENGLISH VILLAGE - 4788 FT               10 AM TUE               0.08
BLUE CREEK - 5170 FT                    10 AM TUE               0.07
SNOWVILLE (SOUTH) - 4812 FT             10 AM TUE               0.06
JULIET ROAD - 4324 FT                   10 AM TUE               0.04

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
SWANSONS ENV CENTER - 5700 FT            8 PM TUE               0.59
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                     8 PM TUE               0.36
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        7 PM TUE               0.33
PARK CITY - 6516 FT                      7 AM TUE               0.31
MORGAN - 5059 FT                         8 PM TUE               0.24
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT        7 PM TUE               0.15
COALVILLE - 5673 FT                      8 PM TUE               0.14
HEBER CITY - 5768 FT                     9 AM TUE               0.14
DEER CREEK DAM - 5270 FT                 5 AM TUE               0.13
WANSHIP DAM - 5940 FT                    5 PM TUE               0.10

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
POWDER MOUNTAIN                          4 PM TUE      7.0      1.00
SNOWBASIN MID BOWL - 7402 FT             5 PM TUE      5.0      0.63
RANDOLPH - 6270 FT                       5 AM TUE      1.9      0.29
BLACKSMITH FORK - 5020 FT                7 PM TUE               0.82
HORSE RIDGE - 8160 FT                    9 AM TUE               0.80
BUG LAKE - 7950 FT                       9 AM TUE               0.70
TONY GROVE LAKE - 8400 FT                9 AM TUE               0.70
MONTE CRISTO - 8960 FT                   9 AM TUE               0.70
USU DOC DANIEL - 8271 FT                 9 AM TUE               0.60
MANTUA - 5899 FT                         8 PM TUE               0.56
LIGHTNING RIDGE - 8215 FT               10 AM TUE               0.50
BEN LOMOND PEAK - 8000 FT                9 AM TUE               0.50
DRY BREAD POND - 8350 FT                 9 AM TUE               0.50
KLONDIKE NARROWS - 7400 FT               9 AM TUE               0.50
PINEVIEW DAM - 4940 FT                   5 AM TUE               0.41
LOOKOUT PEAK - 8200 FT                   9 AM TUE               0.30
GARDEN CITY SUMMIT - 7600 FT             9 AM TUE               0.30
HARDWARE RANCH - 5564 FT                 8 PM TUE               0.27
GARDEN CITY - 7615 FT                    8 PM TUE               0.26
LOST CREEK NR CROYDEN - 5840 FT          7 PM TUE               0.26
RANDOLPH UDOT - 6329 FT                  8 PM TUE               0.24
EMIGRATION CANYON - 6024 FT              7 PM TUE               0.22
GARDEN CITY - 5959 FT                    8 PM TUE               0.21
TEMPLE FORK - 7406 FT                    9 AM TUE               0.20

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
BRIGHTON CREST - 9500 FT                 4 PM TUE      9.0      0.85
ALTA UDOT - 8799 FT                      4 PM TUE      8.0      0.63
PARK CITY SUMMIT - 9300 FT               4 PM TUE      6.0      0.70
ALTA - COLLINS - 9662 FT                 8 PM TUE      6.0      0.64
THE CANYONS - 8800 FT                    4 PM TUE      6.0      0.50
ALTA - 8730 FT                           5 PM TUE      5.0      0.81
SNOWBIRD - 8100 FT                       4 PM TUE      4.0      0.59
SOLITUDE - 8200 FT                       4 AM TUE      3.0      0.38
BIG COTTONWOOD SPRUCES - 7402 FT         4 PM TUE      2.0      0.40
SILVER LAKE BRIGHTON - 8740 FT           5 AM TUE      2.0      0.20
PROVO CANYON - 6100 FT                   5 PM TUE      1.0      0.34
SNOWBIRD - 9640 FT                       9 AM TUE               0.70
BRIGHTON - 8750 FT                       9 AM TUE               0.60
SUNDANCE - 7503 FT                       8 PM TUE               0.59
THAYNES CANYON - 9200 FT                 9 AM TUE               0.50
DEER VALLEY - ONTARIO - 9100 FT          8 PM TUE               0.48
ALTA - BASE - 8560 FT                    8 PM TUE               0.48
PAYSON R.S. - 8050 FT                    9 AM TUE               0.40
MILL-D NORTH - 8960 FT                   9 AM TUE               0.40
CASCADE MOUNTAIN - 7768 FT               8 AM TUE               0.20
TIMPANOGOS DIVIDE - 8140 FT              7 PM MON               0.20

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
HEBER CITY 10 ESE - 8305 FT              8 AM TUE      1.0      0.33
STEEL CREEK PARK - 10100 FT              9 AM TUE               0.80
TRIAL LAKE - 9960 FT                     9 AM TUE               0.70
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 8 PM TUE               0.55
BEAR RIVER RS - 8500 FT                  9 AM TUE               0.50
CHALK CREEK #1 - 9100 FT                 9 AM TUE               0.50
HEWINTA - 9500 FT                        9 AM TUE               0.50
HAYDEN FORK - 9100 FT                    9 AM TUE               0.50
REDDEN MINE LWR - 8500 FT                9 AM TUE               0.50
WEST FORK BLACKSMITHS FORK - 9620 FT     8 PM TUE               0.34
BROWN DUCK - 10600 FT                    9 AM TUE               0.30
BEAVER DIVIDE - 8280 FT                  9 AM TUE               0.30
LAKEFORK BASIN - 10900 FT                9 AM TUE               0.30
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         8 PM TUE               0.29
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         8 PM TUE               0.29
WEBER RIVER NR OAKLEY 7NNE - 6653 FT     7 PM TUE               0.29
BEAR RIVER - 8536 FT                     8 PM TUE               0.28
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        8 PM TUE               0.24
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      8 PM TUE               0.24
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           6 PM TUE               0.21
LILY LAKE - 9050 FT                      9 AM TUE               0.20

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
DANIELS-STRAWBERRY - 8000 FT             9 AM TUE               0.40
STRAWBERRY DIVIDE - 8400 FT              7 AM TUE               0.30
CLEAR CREEK #1 - 9200 FT                 9 AM TUE               0.20
HUNTINGTON HORSE - 9657 FT               9 AM TUE               0.20
WHITE RIVER #1 - 8550 FT                 9 AM TUE               0.20

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      9 AM TUE               0.05
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT           10 AM TUE               0.03
ALTAMONT - 6370 FT                       5 AM TUE               0.02

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
MANTI RADIO - 5498 FT                    5 AM TUE               0.02

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
RED PINE RIDGE - 9200 FT                 9 AM TUE               0.30
GBRC MEADOWS - 9780 FT                   9 AM TUE               0.30
MT BALDY - 9494 FT                       9 AM TUE               0.20
DILLS CAMP - 9200 FT                     2 PM MON               0.20
PICKLE KEG - 9600 FT                     9 AM TUE               0.10

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         8 PM TUE               0.24
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    7 PM TUE               0.21

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     8 AM MON     44 MPH

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
WEST OGDEN - 4222 FT                     2 PM MON     54 MPH
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            2 PM MON     52 MPH
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       2 PM MON     49 MPH
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     3 PM MON     47 MPH
LEGACY PARKWAY - 4215 FT                 3 PM MON     44 MPH
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                      2 PM MON     42 MPH
GREAT SALT LAKE MINERALS - 4212 FT       2 PM MON     42 MPH
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    3 PM MON     41 MPH
PORTABLE RWIS 2 - 4292 FT                1 PM MON     40 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         8 AM MON     59 MPH
SALT AIR - 4209 FT                       9 AM MON     55 MPH
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                10 PM SUN     48 MPH
FLIGHT PARK SOUTH - 5202 FT              8 PM MON     41 MPH
VERNON HILL - 5761 FT                    3 PM MON     41 MPH
TOOELE CITY - 5135 FT                    7 AM MON     40 MPH

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
PIONEER CROSSING - 4650 FT              11 PM SUN     46 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
PROMONTORY POINT - 6926 FT               2 PM MON     58 MPH
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              8 AM MON     57 MPH
UTTR THERMAL TREATMENT UNIT - 4915 FT    7 AM MON     55 MPH
WEST OF WILDCAT MTN - 4259 FT           12 PM MON     54 MPH
EAGLE RANGE - 4239 FT                    1 PM MON     53 MPH
HOGUP - 4229 FT                          6 AM MON     53 MPH
DIDDLE KNOLL - 4265 FT                   6 PM MON     51 MPH
GROOME - 4223 FT                         5 AM MON     51 MPH
BADGER ISLAND - 4199 FT                  9 AM MON     50 MPH
HAT ISLAND - 4242 FT                     2 PM MON     49 MPH
GUNNISON ISLAND - 4242 FT                6 PM MON     47 MPH
CAUSEWAY - 4246 FT                       6 PM MON     47 MPH
I-80 AT MP 1 - 4270 FT                   6 AM MON     47 MPH
UTTR OASIS COMPOUND - 4437 FT            7 AM MON     46 MPH
WENDOVER PORT OF ENTRY - 4227 FT         5 AM MON     46 MPH
WEST SALT FLATS - 4237 FT                5 PM MON     44 MPH
I-80 AT MP 29 - 4125 FT                  6 PM MON     43 MPH
SR-30 AT CURLEW - 4766 FT                5 PM MON     43 MPH
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT                2 PM MON     43 MPH
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT              12 PM MON     43 MPH
WEST GRANITE - 4403 FT                   7 PM MON     42 MPH
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 7 PM MON     41 MPH
JOHNSONS PASS - 6520 FT                  7 AM MON     41 MPH
UPPER CEDAR MTN - 7052 FT                7 AM MON     41 MPH
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                   2 AM MON     41 MPH
V-GRID - 4226 FT                         2 AM MON     41 MPH
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                2 PM MON     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
TRAPPERS LOOP ROAD - 5774 FT             3 PM MON     45 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OGDEN PEAK - 9570 FT                     8 PM MON     63 MPH
SHERWOOD HILLS - 5039 FT                 2 PM MON     52 MPH
SR-16 @ MP1 - 6533 FT                    4 PM MON     48 MPH
SR-65 AT BIG MOUNTAIN PASS - 7433 FT     3 PM MON     48 MPH
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    4 PM MON     47 MPH
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       4 PM MON     46 MPH
WEBER CANYON POWER PLANT - 5801 FT       3 PM MON     46 MPH
POWDER MOUNTAIN - 8897 FT                9 AM TUE     45 MPH
LOGAN SUMMIT - 7620 FT                   1 PM TUE     44 MPH
PORTABLE RWIS 5 - 7612 FT                4 PM MON     42 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
CENTRAL WASATCH PEAKS - 11066 FT        11 PM MON     63 MPH
SUNDANCE - ARROWHEAD - 8251 FT          12 PM TUE     44 MPH
CENTRAL WASATCH PEAKS - 10443 FT        11 PM MON     44 MPH
PARLEYS CANYON AT QUARRY - 5100 FT       8 PM MON     42 MPH
PARK CITY - JUPITER - 10024 FT          11 AM MON     42 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
WINDY PEAK - 10662 FT                    3 PM TUE     59 MPH
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       4 AM TUE     59 MPH
DRY RIDGE - 11565 FT                    11 PM MON     52 MPH
LOFTY LAKE PEAK - 11186 FT               9 AM MON     49 MPH

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      5 PM MON     42 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
ROOSEVELT - 5171 FT                      1 PM MON     47 MPH
US-40 @ STARVATION - 5720 FT             1 PM MON     47 MPH

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
HANKSVILLE - 4444 FT                     8 PM MON     40 MPH

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
I-70 AT SALINA - 5226 FT                 2 PM MON     40 MPH
RICHFIELD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5299 FT    2 PM MON     40 MPH

...GLEN CANYON RECREATION AREA/LAKE POWELL...
BULLFROG MARINA - 3700 FT                9 PM MON     41 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SR-72 AT HOGAN PASS - 8977 FT            5 PM MON     54 MPH
FREMONT JUNCTION - 6801 FT               5 PM MON     44 MPH
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    3 PM MON     42 MPH

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
CIRCLEVILLE - 6120 FT                    9 PM MON     44 MPH
SR-12 AT BOULDER SUMMIT - 9595 FT        4 PM MON     41 MPH

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
I-80 EAST OF EVANSTON - 7579 FT         12 PM TUE     47 MPH
FORT BRIDGER WY - 7034 FT                6 PM TUE     46 MPH
FRENCH - 7375 FT                         1 PM TUE     46 MPH
CHURCH BUTTE - 6743 FT                   6 PM TUE     45 MPH
PAINTER - 6939 FT                        4 PM MON     44 MPH
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         4 PM MON     43 MPH
COAL ROAD - 7349 FT                      1 PM TUE     40 MPH
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    4 PM MON     40 MPH

$$


000
NOUS46 KLOX 250109
PNSLOX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOS ANGELES/OXNARD CA
607 PM PDT TUE MAR 24 2015

...SIGNIFICANT WIND GUSTS SINCE 307 PM PDT TUESDAY...

LOS ANGELES COUNTY                    PEAK WIND GUST
VAN NUYS..............................NORTH     40 MPH.
TOPANGA HILLS.........................NORTHWEST 45 MPH.
SAUGUS................................NORTHWEST 43 MPH.
CAMP NINE.............................NORTHWEST 38 MPH.
SANDBERG..............................NORTH     45 MPH.
WARM SPRINGS..........................WEST      38 MPH.
WHITAKER PEAK.........................NORTHWEST 67 MPH.
POPPY PARK............................WEST      49 MPH.
LANCASTER.............................WEST      37 MPH.

SANTA BARBARA COUNTY                  PEAK WIND GUST
LAS FLORES CANYON.....................NORTH     48 MPH.
SANTA BARBARA BOTANICAL GARDEN........NORTH     39 MPH.
MONTECITO HILLS.......................NORTHEAST 70 MPH.

$$






000
NOUS46 KLOX 250109
PNSLOX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOS ANGELES/OXNARD CA
607 PM PDT TUE MAR 24 2015

...SIGNIFICANT WIND GUSTS SINCE 307 PM PDT TUESDAY...

LOS ANGELES COUNTY                    PEAK WIND GUST
VAN NUYS..............................NORTH     40 MPH.
TOPANGA HILLS.........................NORTHWEST 45 MPH.
SAUGUS................................NORTHWEST 43 MPH.
CAMP NINE.............................NORTHWEST 38 MPH.
SANDBERG..............................NORTH     45 MPH.
WARM SPRINGS..........................WEST      38 MPH.
WHITAKER PEAK.........................NORTHWEST 67 MPH.
POPPY PARK............................WEST      49 MPH.
LANCASTER.............................WEST      37 MPH.

SANTA BARBARA COUNTY                  PEAK WIND GUST
LAS FLORES CANYON.....................NORTH     48 MPH.
SANTA BARBARA BOTANICAL GARDEN........NORTH     39 MPH.
MONTECITO HILLS.......................NORTHEAST 70 MPH.

$$







000
NOUS46 KLOX 250109
PNSLOX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOS ANGELES/OXNARD CA
607 PM PDT TUE MAR 24 2015

...SIGNIFICANT WIND GUSTS SINCE 307 PM PDT TUESDAY...

LOS ANGELES COUNTY                    PEAK WIND GUST
VAN NUYS..............................NORTH     40 MPH.
TOPANGA HILLS.........................NORTHWEST 45 MPH.
SAUGUS................................NORTHWEST 43 MPH.
CAMP NINE.............................NORTHWEST 38 MPH.
SANDBERG..............................NORTH     45 MPH.
WARM SPRINGS..........................WEST      38 MPH.
WHITAKER PEAK.........................NORTHWEST 67 MPH.
POPPY PARK............................WEST      49 MPH.
LANCASTER.............................WEST      37 MPH.

SANTA BARBARA COUNTY                  PEAK WIND GUST
LAS FLORES CANYON.....................NORTH     48 MPH.
SANTA BARBARA BOTANICAL GARDEN........NORTH     39 MPH.
MONTECITO HILLS.......................NORTHEAST 70 MPH.

$$






000
NOUS45 KPUB 242300
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-250000

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
500 PM MDT TUE MAR 24 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 72
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 36
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 66
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 36
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... .01

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 63
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 29
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0


$$



000
NOUS45 KPUB 242300
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-250000

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
500 PM MDT TUE MAR 24 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 72
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 36
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 66
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 36
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... .01

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 63
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 29
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0


$$


000
NOUS45 KPUB 242300
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-250000

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
500 PM MDT TUE MAR 24 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 72
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 36
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 66
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 36
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... .01

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 63
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 29
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0


$$



000
NOUS46 KLOX 242214
PNSLOX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOS ANGELES/OXNARD CA
309 PM PDT TUE MAR 24 2015

...SIGNIFICANT WIND GUSTS SINCE 1109 AM PDT TUESDAY...

LOS ANGELES COUNTY                    PEAK WIND GUST
TOPANGA HILLS..........................EAST      40 MPH.
SAUGUS.................................NORTH     38 MPH.
SANDBERG...............................NORTH     45 MPH.
WHITAKER PEAK..........................NORTHWEST 65 MPH.
POPPY PARK.............................WEST      47 MPH.
LANCASTER..............................WEST      36 MPH.

SANTA BARBARA COUNTY                  PEAK WIND GUST
LAS FLORES CANYON......................NORTHWEST 39 MPH.
MONTECITO HILLS........................NORTH     52 MPH.

$$







000
NOUS46 KLOX 242214
PNSLOX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOS ANGELES/OXNARD CA
309 PM PDT TUE MAR 24 2015

...SIGNIFICANT WIND GUSTS SINCE 1109 AM PDT TUESDAY...

LOS ANGELES COUNTY                    PEAK WIND GUST
TOPANGA HILLS..........................EAST      40 MPH.
SAUGUS.................................NORTH     38 MPH.
SANDBERG...............................NORTH     45 MPH.
WHITAKER PEAK..........................NORTHWEST 65 MPH.
POPPY PARK.............................WEST      47 MPH.
LANCASTER..............................WEST      36 MPH.

SANTA BARBARA COUNTY                  PEAK WIND GUST
LAS FLORES CANYON......................NORTHWEST 39 MPH.
MONTECITO HILLS........................NORTH     52 MPH.

$$






000
NOUS46 KLOX 242214
PNSLOX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOS ANGELES/OXNARD CA
309 PM PDT TUE MAR 24 2015

...SIGNIFICANT WIND GUSTS SINCE 1109 AM PDT TUESDAY...

LOS ANGELES COUNTY                    PEAK WIND GUST
TOPANGA HILLS..........................EAST      40 MPH.
SAUGUS.................................NORTH     38 MPH.
SANDBERG...............................NORTH     45 MPH.
WHITAKER PEAK..........................NORTHWEST 65 MPH.
POPPY PARK.............................WEST      47 MPH.
LANCASTER..............................WEST      36 MPH.

SANTA BARBARA COUNTY                  PEAK WIND GUST
LAS FLORES CANYON......................NORTHWEST 39 MPH.
MONTECITO HILLS........................NORTH     52 MPH.

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000
NOUS46 KLOX 242214
PNSLOX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOS ANGELES/OXNARD CA
309 PM PDT TUE MAR 24 2015

...SIGNIFICANT WIND GUSTS SINCE 1109 AM PDT TUESDAY...

LOS ANGELES COUNTY                    PEAK WIND GUST
TOPANGA HILLS..........................EAST      40 MPH.
SAUGUS.................................NORTH     38 MPH.
SANDBERG...............................NORTH     45 MPH.
WHITAKER PEAK..........................NORTHWEST 65 MPH.
POPPY PARK.............................WEST      47 MPH.
LANCASTER..............................WEST      36 MPH.

SANTA BARBARA COUNTY                  PEAK WIND GUST
LAS FLORES CANYON......................NORTHWEST 39 MPH.
MONTECITO HILLS........................NORTH     52 MPH.

$$






000
NOUS46 KLOX 241746
PNSLOX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOS ANGELES/OXNARD CA
1044 AM PDT TUE MAR 24 2015

...WIND GUSTS 35 MPH OR GREATER SINCE 1030 PM PDT MONDAY...

LOS ANGELES COUNTY                    PEAK WIND GUST
WHITTIER HILLS........................EAST      49 MPH.
TONNER CANYON.........................EAST      42 MPH.
SAUGUS................................NORTH     48 MPH.
CAMP NINE.............................NORTHWEST 45 MPH.
SANDBERG..............................NORTH     61 MPH.
WARM SPRINGS..........................WEST      44 MPH.
WHITAKER PEAK.........................NORTHWEST 70 MPH.
PALMDALE..............................WEST      37 MPH.
POPPY PARK............................WEST      51 MPH.
LANCASTER.............................WEST      37 MPH.

VENTURA COUNTY                        PEAK WIND GUST
NONE

SANTA BARBARA COUNTY                  PEAK WIND GUST
MONTECITO HILLS.......................NORTH     51 MPH.

SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY                PEAK WIND GUST
NONE

$$
KJ






000
NOUS46 KLOX 241746
PNSLOX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOS ANGELES/OXNARD CA
1044 AM PDT TUE MAR 24 2015

...WIND GUSTS 35 MPH OR GREATER SINCE 1030 PM PDT MONDAY...

LOS ANGELES COUNTY                    PEAK WIND GUST
WHITTIER HILLS........................EAST      49 MPH.
TONNER CANYON.........................EAST      42 MPH.
SAUGUS................................NORTH     48 MPH.
CAMP NINE.............................NORTHWEST 45 MPH.
SANDBERG..............................NORTH     61 MPH.
WARM SPRINGS..........................WEST      44 MPH.
WHITAKER PEAK.........................NORTHWEST 70 MPH.
PALMDALE..............................WEST      37 MPH.
POPPY PARK............................WEST      51 MPH.
LANCASTER.............................WEST      37 MPH.

VENTURA COUNTY                        PEAK WIND GUST
NONE

SANTA BARBARA COUNTY                  PEAK WIND GUST
MONTECITO HILLS.......................NORTH     51 MPH.

SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY                PEAK WIND GUST
NONE

$$
KJ





000
NOUS46 KLOX 241746
PNSLOX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOS ANGELES/OXNARD CA
1044 AM PDT TUE MAR 24 2015

...WIND GUSTS 35 MPH OR GREATER SINCE 1030 PM PDT MONDAY...

LOS ANGELES COUNTY                    PEAK WIND GUST
WHITTIER HILLS........................EAST      49 MPH.
TONNER CANYON.........................EAST      42 MPH.
SAUGUS................................NORTH     48 MPH.
CAMP NINE.............................NORTHWEST 45 MPH.
SANDBERG..............................NORTH     61 MPH.
WARM SPRINGS..........................WEST      44 MPH.
WHITAKER PEAK.........................NORTHWEST 70 MPH.
PALMDALE..............................WEST      37 MPH.
POPPY PARK............................WEST      51 MPH.
LANCASTER.............................WEST      37 MPH.

VENTURA COUNTY                        PEAK WIND GUST
NONE

SANTA BARBARA COUNTY                  PEAK WIND GUST
MONTECITO HILLS.......................NORTH     51 MPH.

SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY                PEAK WIND GUST
NONE

$$
KJ






000
NOUS45 KSLC 241737
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
1131 AM MDT TUE MAR 24 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

SEVERAL DISTURBANCES HAVE DELIVERED PRECIPITATION TO PRIMARILY NORTHERN
UTAH OVER THE PAST TWO DAYS. BELOW ARE 36-HOUR PRECIPITATION AND PEAK WIND REPORTS
AS OF 11 AM.

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
RICHMOND - 4576 FT                       6 AM TUE               0.52
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                    10 AM TUE               0.48
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                 10 AM TUE               0.40
HYDE PARK                                3 PM MON               0.40
LOGAN RIVER ABV STATE DAM - 4805 FT     10 AM TUE               0.39
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT         11 AM TUE               0.38
LBW EXPFARM - 4498 FT                   10 AM TUE               0.38
PROVIDENCE - 4528 FT                     8 AM TUE               0.35
LOGAN - 4805 FT                          6 AM TUE               0.34
NORTH LOGAN - 4749 FT                    8 AM TUE               0.33
LOGAN - 4515 FT                          7 AM TUE               0.32
LOGAN - 4465 FT                         10 AM TUE               0.31
LOGAN RADIO - 4470 FT                    5 AM TUE               0.27
PROVIDENCE - EVANS FARM - 4535 FT       10 AM TUE               0.23
LBW SOUTHFORK - 5095 FT                 10 AM TUE               0.20
LOGAN DRAINAGE FARM - 4435 FT           10 AM TUE               0.15
LOGAN GOLF - 4808 FT                    10 AM TUE               0.13
LEWISTON - 4514 FT                      10 AM TUE               0.09
LBW PARADISE - 4859 FT                  10 AM TUE               0.09
LOGAN - 4465 FT                         10 AM TUE               0.06
LOGAN - 4806 FT                         10 AM TUE               0.01

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
NORTH OGDEN - 4392 FT                    7 AM TUE      0.5      0.23
BOUNTIFUL - 4760 FT                      7 PM MON               0.24
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4590 FT                 10 AM TUE               0.22
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4802 FT                  7 AM TUE               0.22
BRIGHAM CITY - 4400 FT                  10 AM TUE               0.21
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                     10 AM TUE               0.20
GARLAND 1 SE - 4328 FT                   6 AM TUE               0.18
NORTHEAST OGDEN BENCH - 4560 FT          9 PM MON               0.18
PERRY - 4491 FT                          6 AM TUE               0.17
THATCHER - 4292 FT                       6 AM TUE               0.16
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                10 AM TUE               0.15
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                  10 AM TUE               0.15
FARMINGTON - 4226 FT                    10 AM TUE               0.14
LAYTON - 4770 FT                        10 AM TUE               0.14
ROY - 4457 FT                            9 AM TUE               0.14
FARMINGTON - 4239 FT                     6 AM TUE               0.14
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT      11 AM TUE               0.13
OGDEN - 4285 FT                         10 AM TUE               0.12
SOUTH OGDEN - 4777 FT                   10 AM TUE               0.11
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                   10 AM TUE               0.11
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                   10 AM TUE               0.10
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT              10 AM TUE               0.10
CENTERVILLE - 4445 FT                    4 AM TUE               0.10
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                    10 AM TUE               0.09
TREMONTON - 4331 FT                     10 AM TUE               0.08
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                     10 AM TUE               0.08
CLINTON - 4337 FT                       10 AM TUE               0.08
LAYTON - 4468 FT                        10 AM TUE               0.08
WEST HAVEN - 4239 FT                     7 AM TUE               0.08
ROY - 4373 FT                           10 AM TUE               0.07
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                      10 AM TUE               0.07
CORINNE - 4238 FT                       10 AM TUE               0.07
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                      10 AM TUE               0.07
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT           11 AM TUE               0.06
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT               10 AM TUE               0.06
CLEARFIELD UDOT - 4685 FT               10 AM TUE               0.06
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    3 PM MON               0.06
CENTERVILLE - 4216 FT                   10 AM TUE               0.05
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT               10 AM TUE               0.05
WEST POINT - 4350 FT                    10 AM TUE               0.05
WEST WEBER - 4248 FT                     7 AM TUE               0.05
BRIGHAM CITY - 4230 FT                   5 PM MON               0.05
EAGLE LAKE - 4377 FT                    10 AM TUE               0.04

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
DRAPER 2 WNW - 4427 FT                   7 AM TUE               0.15
SALT LAKE CITY - 5305 FT                10 AM TUE               0.14
SALT LAKE CITY - 4568 FT                 7 AM TUE               0.14
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT        11 AM TUE               0.13
SALT LAKE CITY - 5088 FT                 7 AM TUE               0.12
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS - 5138 FT             7 AM TUE               0.12
MAGNA - 4400 FT                         10 AM TUE               0.11
UPPER MILLCREEK - 5050 FT                4 AM TUE               0.10
SALT LAKE CITY - 4753 FT                10 AM TUE               0.09
RIVERTON - 4429 FT                      10 AM TUE               0.09
SANDY - 5161 FT                         10 AM TUE               0.09
SANDY - 4714 FT                          7 AM TUE               0.09
SOUTH SALT LAKE - 4340 FT                7 AM TUE               0.09
SALT LAKE CITY - 5102 FT                10 AM TUE               0.08
HOLLADAY - 4540 FT                       7 AM TUE               0.08
DRAPER - 4426 FT                        10 AM TUE               0.07
DRAPER - 4418 FT                        10 AM TUE               0.07
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                10 AM TUE               0.07
SANDY - 4852 FT                          7 AM TUE               0.07
SANDY - 4637 FT                          7 AM TUE               0.07
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4281 FT              10 AM TUE               0.06
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT        10 AM TUE               0.06
SANDY - 4712 FT                         10 AM TUE               0.06
HOLLADAY - 4344 FT                      10 AM TUE               0.06
HOLLADAY - 4516 FT                      10 AM TUE               0.06
NORTH HOLLADAY - 4600 FT                10 AM TUE               0.06
RIVERTON - 4534 FT                       6 AM TUE               0.06
SOUTH JORDAN - 4551 FT                  10 AM TUE               0.05
RIVERTON - 4480 FT                      10 AM TUE               0.05
HERRIMAN - 5062 FT                      10 AM TUE               0.05
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS - 5230 FT             7 AM TUE               0.05
TRANS-JORDAN LANDFILL - 5201 FT         10 AM TUE               0.04
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                  10 AM TUE               0.04
WEST JORDAN - MSI - 4519 FT             10 AM TUE               0.04
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT           10 AM TUE               0.03
TAYLORSVILLE - 4593 FT                  10 AM TUE               0.03
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4317 FT               8 AM TUE               0.03
TAYLORSVILLE - 4482 FT                   7 AM TUE               0.03
TAYLORSVILLE-BENNION - 4594 FT           7 AM TUE               0.03
STANSBURY PARK - 4300 FT                11 AM TUE               0.02
TAYLORSVILLE - 4514 FT                  10 AM TUE               0.02
MURRAY - 4290 FT                        10 AM TUE               0.02
DRAPER - 5052 FT                        10 AM TUE               0.02
HOLLADAY - 4456 FT                       9 AM MON               0.02
GRANTSVILLE 2 W - 4480 FT                5 AM TUE               0.01

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SPANISH FORK - 4738 FT                  10 AM TUE               0.10
AMERICAN FORK - 4623 FT                  7 AM TUE               0.09
SPANISH FORK POWER HOUSE - 4720 FT       5 PM MON               0.09
SPANISH FORK - 4721 FT                  10 AM TUE               0.08
SPANISH FORK - 4734 FT                  10 AM TUE               0.08
PROVO - 4641 FT                         10 AM TUE               0.07
OREM - 4728 FT                          10 AM TUE               0.06
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT         10 AM TUE               0.04
LEHI - 4593 FT                          10 AM TUE               0.04
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4787 FT              10 AM TUE               0.03
LEHI - 4800 FT                           7 AM TUE               0.03
PROVO BYU - 4570 FT                      5 PM MON               0.03
NEPHI - 5002 FT                         10 AM TUE               0.02
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4655 FT              10 AM TUE               0.02
SPANISH FORK - 4580 FT                   7 AM TUE               0.02
ALPINE - 5070 FT                         5 PM MON               0.02

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
ROCKY BASIN-SETTLEME - 8900 FT           9 AM TUE               0.30
MINING FORK - 8000 FT                    9 AM TUE               0.20
CALLAO GATE - 4250 FT                   10 AM TUE               0.10
UTAH TEST RANGE - 4440 FT                5 PM MON               0.10
ENGLISH VILLAGE - 4788 FT               10 AM TUE               0.08
BLUE CREEK - 5170 FT                    10 AM TUE               0.07
TARGET R - 4311 FT                      10 AM TUE               0.06
SNOWVILLE (SOUTH) - 4812 FT             10 AM TUE               0.06
CAMEL BACK MTN - 5077 FT                10 AM TUE               0.05
TOWER GRID - 4346 FT                    10 AM TUE               0.05
JULIET ROAD - 4324 FT                   10 AM TUE               0.04
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                   10 AM TUE               0.04
SNOWVILLE - 4560 FT                     10 AM TUE               0.04
TARGET S - 4349 FT                      10 AM TUE               0.03
WHITE SAGE - 4363 FT                    10 AM TUE               0.03
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT              10 AM TUE               0.03
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        2 PM MON               0.03
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT             10 AM TUE               0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
SWANSONS ENV CENTER - 5700 FT           10 AM TUE               0.38
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        9 AM TUE               0.30
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                    10 AM TUE               0.27
MORGAN - 5059 FT                        10 AM TUE               0.15
COALVILLE - 5673 FT                     10 AM TUE               0.14
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT       10 AM TUE               0.14
HEBER CITY - 5768 FT                     9 AM TUE               0.14
MORGAN - 5092 FT                         7 AM TUE               0.13
DEER CREEK DAM - 5270 FT                 5 AM TUE               0.13
MORGAN UDOT - 5105 FT                   10 AM TUE               0.11

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
POWDER MOUNTAIN                          5 AM TUE      4.0      0.64
SNOWBASIN MID BOWL - 7402 FT             6 AM TUE      3.0      0.48
RANDOLPH - 6270 FT                       5 AM TUE      1.9      0.29
HORSE RIDGE - 8160 FT                    9 AM TUE               0.80
BUG LAKE - 7950 FT                       9 AM TUE               0.70
TONY GROVE LAKE - 8400 FT                9 AM TUE               0.70
MONTE CRISTO - 8960 FT                   9 AM TUE               0.70
USU DOC DANIEL - 8271 FT                 9 AM TUE               0.60
BLACKSMITH FORK - 5020 FT                9 AM TUE               0.53
LIGHTNING RIDGE - 8215 FT               10 AM TUE               0.50
BEN LOMOND PEAK - 8000 FT                9 AM TUE               0.50
DRY BREAD POND - 8350 FT                 9 AM TUE               0.50
KLONDIKE NARROWS - 7400 FT               9 AM TUE               0.50
PINEVIEW DAM - 4940 FT                   5 AM TUE               0.41
MANTUA - 5899 FT                        10 AM TUE               0.36
GARDEN CITY SUMMIT - 7600 FT             9 AM TUE               0.30
LOOKOUT PEAK - 8200 FT                   9 AM TUE               0.30
GARDEN CITY - 7615 FT                   10 AM TUE               0.24
LOST CREEK NR CROYDEN - 5840 FT          9 AM TUE               0.24
RANDOLPH UDOT - 6329 FT                 10 AM TUE               0.23
HARDWARE RANCH - 5564 FT                10 AM TUE               0.21
FARMINGTON - 8000 FT                     9 AM TUE               0.20
TEMPLE FORK - 7406 FT                    9 AM TUE               0.20
KILFOIL CREEK - 7400 FT                  9 AM TUE               0.20
LITTLE BEAR - 6550 FT                    9 AM TUE               0.20
EMIGRATION CANYON - 6024 FT             10 AM TUE               0.17
GARDEN CITY - 5959 FT                   10 AM TUE               0.13
BEN LOMOND TRAIL - 6000 FT               9 AM TUE               0.10
PARRISH CREEK - 7740 FT                  7 PM MON               0.10
LAKETOWN - 5980 FT                       5 PM MON               0.07
RANDOLPH - 6264 FT                      10 AM TUE               0.06
LAKETOWN UDOT - 5991 FT                 10 AM TUE               0.06
LAKETOWN - 5959 FT                      10 AM TUE               0.05
CITY CREEK WATER PLANT - 5330 FT         5 PM MON               0.05
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    2 PM MON               0.05
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       3 PM MON               0.02

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
BRIGHTON CREST - 9500 FT                 6 AM TUE      9.0      0.84
ALTA UDOT - 8799 FT                      5 AM TUE      8.0      0.63
THE CANYONS - 8800 FT                    7 AM TUE      6.0      0.50
ALTA - COLLINS - 9662 FT                 4 AM TUE      6.0      0.63
SNOWBIRD - 8100 FT                       6 AM TUE      4.0      0.59
PARK CITY SUMMIT - 9300 FT               4 PM MON      4.0      0.45
SOLITUDE - 8200 FT                       4 AM TUE      3.0      0.38
ALTA - 8730 FT                           5 PM MON      3.0      0.48
BIG COTTONWOOD SPRUCES - 7402 FT         6 AM TUE      2.0      0.40
SILVER LAKE BRIGHTON - 8740 FT           5 AM TUE      2.0      0.20
PROVO CANYON - 6100 FT                   6 AM TUE      1.0      0.32
SNOWBIRD - 9640 FT                       9 AM TUE               0.70
BRIGHTON - 8750 FT                       9 AM TUE               0.60
SUNDANCE - 7503 FT                      10 AM TUE               0.59
THAYNES CANYON - 9200 FT                 9 AM TUE               0.50
ALTA - BASE - 8560 FT                   10 AM TUE               0.48
DEER VALLEY - ONTARIO - 9100 FT         10 AM TUE               0.46
PAYSON R.S. - 8050 FT                    9 AM TUE               0.40
MILL-D NORTH - 8960 FT                   9 AM TUE               0.40
CASCADE MOUNTAIN - 7768 FT               8 AM TUE               0.20
TIMPANOGOS DIVIDE - 8140 FT              7 PM MON               0.20
TIMPANOGOS CAVE - 7999 FT                7 PM MON               0.02
FOUNTAIN GREEN 4ENE - 7166 FT           10 AM TUE               0.01

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
HEBER CITY 10 ESE - 8305 FT              8 AM TUE      1.0      0.33
STEEL CREEK PARK - 10100 FT              9 AM TUE               0.80
TRIAL LAKE - 9960 FT                     9 AM TUE               0.70
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                10 AM TUE               0.54
BEAR RIVER RS - 8500 FT                  9 AM TUE               0.50
REDDEN MINE LWR - 8500 FT                9 AM TUE               0.50
HAYDEN FORK - 9100 FT                    9 AM TUE               0.50
HEWINTA - 9500 FT                        9 AM TUE               0.50
CHALK CREEK #1 - 9100 FT                 9 AM TUE               0.50
WEST FORK BLACKSMITHS FORK - 9620 FT    10 AM TUE               0.33
BROWN DUCK - 10600 FT                    9 AM TUE               0.30
BEAVER DIVIDE - 8280 FT                  9 AM TUE               0.30
LAKEFORK BASIN - 10900 FT                9 AM TUE               0.30
WEBER RIVER NR OAKLEY 7NNE - 6653 FT    10 AM TUE               0.21
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                     10 AM TUE               0.20
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT          10 AM TUE               0.20
LILY LAKE - 9050 FT                      9 AM TUE               0.20
LAKEFORK #1 - 10100 FT                   9 AM TUE               0.20
CHALK CREEK #2 - 8200 FT                 9 AM TUE               0.20
BLACKS FORK JCT - 8870 FT                1 PM MON               0.20
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         3 PM MON               0.17
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         3 PM MON               0.17
BEAR RIVER - 8536 FT                     3 PM MON               0.15
OAKLEY - 7800 FT                         4 PM MON               0.12
HOLE-IN-ROCK - 9150 FT                   9 AM TUE               0.10
FIVE POINTS LAKE - 10920 FT              9 AM TUE               0.10
SMITH & MOREHOUSE - 7600 FT              7 PM MON               0.10
EF BLACKS FORK GS - 9308 FT              6 PM MON               0.10
CHEPETA - 10300 FT                       4 PM MON               0.10
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        3 PM MON               0.10

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
DANIELS-STRAWBERRY - 8000 FT             9 AM TUE               0.40
STRAWBERRY DIVIDE - 8400 FT              7 AM TUE               0.30
HUNTINGTON HORSE - 9657 FT               9 AM TUE               0.20
CLEAR CREEK #1 - 9200 FT                 9 AM TUE               0.20
WHITE RIVER #1 - 8550 FT                 9 AM TUE               0.20
CLEAR CREEK #2 - 8300 FT                 8 AM TUE               0.20
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                    3 PM MON               0.11
MAMMOTH-COTTONWOOD - 8800 FT             7 PM MON               0.10

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      9 AM TUE               0.05
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT           10 AM TUE               0.03
ALTAMONT - 6370 FT                       5 AM TUE               0.02
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      2 PM MON               0.01

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
MANTI RADIO - 5498 FT                    5 AM TUE               0.02

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
MUD SPRING - 5902 FT                     2 PM MON               0.01

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
GBRC MEADOWS - 9780 FT                   9 AM TUE               0.30
RED PINE RIDGE - 9200 FT                 9 AM TUE               0.30
MT BALDY - 9494 FT                       9 AM TUE               0.20
DILLS CAMP - 9200 FT                     2 PM MON               0.20
PICKLE KEG - 9600 FT                     9 AM TUE               0.10
GOOSEBERRY R.S. - 7920 FT                2 PM MON               0.10
10 ESE OAK CITY - 7268 FT               10 AM TUE               0.02
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          9 AM TUE               0.01

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT        11 AM TUE               0.24
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    2 PM MON               0.19


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


...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     8 AM MON     44 MPH

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
WEST OGDEN - 4222 FT                     2 PM MON     54 MPH
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            2 PM MON     52 MPH
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       2 PM MON     49 MPH
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     3 PM MON     47 MPH
LEGACY PARKWAY - 4215 FT                 3 PM MON     44 MPH
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                      2 PM MON     42 MPH
GREAT SALT LAKE MINERALS - 4212 FT       2 PM MON     42 MPH
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    3 PM MON     41 MPH
PORTABLE RWIS 2 - 4292 FT                1 PM MON     40 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         8 AM MON     59 MPH
SALT AIR - 4209 FT                       9 AM MON     55 MPH
FLIGHT PARK SOUTH - 5202 FT              8 PM MON     41 MPH
VERNON HILL - 5761 FT                    3 PM MON     41 MPH
TOOELE CITY - 5135 FT                    7 AM MON     40 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
PROMONTORY POINT - 6926 FT               2 PM MON     58 MPH
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              8 AM MON     57 MPH
UTTR THERMAL TREATMENT UNIT - 4915 FT    7 AM MON     55 MPH
WEST OF WILDCAT MTN - 4259 FT           12 PM MON     54 MPH
EAGLE RANGE - 4239 FT                    1 PM MON     53 MPH
HOGUP - 4229 FT                          6 AM MON     53 MPH
DIDDLE KNOLL - 4265 FT                   6 PM MON     51 MPH
GROOME - 4223 FT                         5 AM MON     51 MPH
BADGER ISLAND - 4199 FT                  9 AM MON     50 MPH
HAT ISLAND - 4242 FT                     2 PM MON     49 MPH
GUNNISON ISLAND - 4242 FT                6 PM MON     47 MPH
CAUSEWAY - 4246 FT                       6 PM MON     47 MPH
I-80 AT MP 1 - 4270 FT                   6 AM MON     47 MPH
UTTR OASIS COMPOUND - 4437 FT            7 AM MON     46 MPH
WENDOVER PORT OF ENTRY - 4227 FT         5 AM MON     46 MPH
WEST SALT FLATS - 4237 FT                5 PM MON     44 MPH
I-80 AT MP 29 - 4125 FT                  6 PM MON     43 MPH
SR-30 AT CURLEW - 4766 FT                5 PM MON     43 MPH
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT                2 PM MON     43 MPH
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT              12 PM MON     43 MPH
WEST GRANITE - 4403 FT                   7 PM MON     42 MPH
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 7 PM MON     41 MPH
JOHNSONS PASS - 6520 FT                  7 AM MON     41 MPH
UPPER CEDAR MTN - 7052 FT                7 AM MON     41 MPH
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                2 PM MON     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
TRAPPERS LOOP ROAD - 5774 FT             3 PM MON     45 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OGDEN PEAK - 9570 FT                     8 PM MON     63 MPH
SHERWOOD HILLS - 5039 FT                 2 PM MON     52 MPH
SR-16 @ MP1 - 6533 FT                    4 PM MON     48 MPH
SR-65 AT BIG MOUNTAIN PASS - 7433 FT     3 PM MON     48 MPH
WEBER CANYON POWER PLANT - 5801 FT       3 PM MON     46 MPH
POWDER MOUNTAIN - 8897 FT                9 AM TUE     45 MPH
PORTABLE RWIS 5 - 7612 FT                4 PM MON     42 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
CENTRAL WASATCH PEAKS - 11066 FT        11 PM MON     63 MPH
CENTRAL WASATCH PEAKS - 10443 FT        11 PM MON     44 MPH
PARLEYS CANYON AT QUARRY - 5100 FT       8 PM MON     42 MPH
PARK CITY - JUPITER - 10024 FT          11 AM MON     42 MPH
SUNDANCE - ARROWHEAD - 8251 FT          10 AM TUE     40 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
WINDY PEAK - 10662 FT                    6 PM MON     57 MPH
DRY RIDGE - 11565 FT                    11 PM MON     52 MPH
LOFTY LAKE PEAK - 11186 FT               9 AM MON     49 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
ROOSEVELT - 5171 FT                      1 PM MON     47 MPH
US-40 @ STARVATION - 5720 FT             1 PM MON     47 MPH

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
HANKSVILLE - 4444 FT                     8 PM MON     40 MPH

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
I-70 AT SALINA - 5226 FT                 2 PM MON     40 MPH
RICHFIELD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5299 FT    2 PM MON     40 MPH

...GLEN CANYON RECREATION AREA/LAKE POWELL...
BULLFROG MARINA - 3700 FT                9 PM MON     41 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SR-72 AT HOGAN PASS - 8977 FT            5 PM MON     54 MPH
FREMONT JUNCTION - 6801 FT               5 PM MON     44 MPH
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    3 PM MON     42 MPH

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
CIRCLEVILLE - 6120 FT                    9 PM MON     44 MPH
SR-12 AT BOULDER SUMMIT - 9595 FT        4 PM MON     41 MPH

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
FRENCH - 7375 FT                        10 AM TUE     46 MPH
CHURCH BUTTE - 6743 FT                   5 PM MON     45 MPH
PAINTER - 6939 FT                        4 PM MON     44 MPH
I-80 EAST OF EVANSTON - 7579 FT          4 PM MON     44 MPH
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         4 PM MON     43 MPH
COAL ROAD - 7349 FT                      4 PM MON     40 MPH


$$


000
NOUS45 KSLC 241737
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
1131 AM MDT TUE MAR 24 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

SEVERAL DISTURBANCES HAVE DELIVERED PRECIPITATION TO PRIMARILY NORTHERN
UTAH OVER THE PAST TWO DAYS. BELOW ARE 36-HOUR PRECIPITATION AND PEAK WIND REPORTS
AS OF 11 AM.

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
RICHMOND - 4576 FT                       6 AM TUE               0.52
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                    10 AM TUE               0.48
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                 10 AM TUE               0.40
HYDE PARK                                3 PM MON               0.40
LOGAN RIVER ABV STATE DAM - 4805 FT     10 AM TUE               0.39
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT         11 AM TUE               0.38
LBW EXPFARM - 4498 FT                   10 AM TUE               0.38
PROVIDENCE - 4528 FT                     8 AM TUE               0.35
LOGAN - 4805 FT                          6 AM TUE               0.34
NORTH LOGAN - 4749 FT                    8 AM TUE               0.33
LOGAN - 4515 FT                          7 AM TUE               0.32
LOGAN - 4465 FT                         10 AM TUE               0.31
LOGAN RADIO - 4470 FT                    5 AM TUE               0.27
PROVIDENCE - EVANS FARM - 4535 FT       10 AM TUE               0.23
LBW SOUTHFORK - 5095 FT                 10 AM TUE               0.20
LOGAN DRAINAGE FARM - 4435 FT           10 AM TUE               0.15
LOGAN GOLF - 4808 FT                    10 AM TUE               0.13
LEWISTON - 4514 FT                      10 AM TUE               0.09
LBW PARADISE - 4859 FT                  10 AM TUE               0.09
LOGAN - 4465 FT                         10 AM TUE               0.06
LOGAN - 4806 FT                         10 AM TUE               0.01

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
NORTH OGDEN - 4392 FT                    7 AM TUE      0.5      0.23
BOUNTIFUL - 4760 FT                      7 PM MON               0.24
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4590 FT                 10 AM TUE               0.22
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4802 FT                  7 AM TUE               0.22
BRIGHAM CITY - 4400 FT                  10 AM TUE               0.21
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                     10 AM TUE               0.20
GARLAND 1 SE - 4328 FT                   6 AM TUE               0.18
NORTHEAST OGDEN BENCH - 4560 FT          9 PM MON               0.18
PERRY - 4491 FT                          6 AM TUE               0.17
THATCHER - 4292 FT                       6 AM TUE               0.16
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                10 AM TUE               0.15
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                  10 AM TUE               0.15
FARMINGTON - 4226 FT                    10 AM TUE               0.14
LAYTON - 4770 FT                        10 AM TUE               0.14
ROY - 4457 FT                            9 AM TUE               0.14
FARMINGTON - 4239 FT                     6 AM TUE               0.14
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT      11 AM TUE               0.13
OGDEN - 4285 FT                         10 AM TUE               0.12
SOUTH OGDEN - 4777 FT                   10 AM TUE               0.11
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                   10 AM TUE               0.11
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                   10 AM TUE               0.10
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT              10 AM TUE               0.10
CENTERVILLE - 4445 FT                    4 AM TUE               0.10
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                    10 AM TUE               0.09
TREMONTON - 4331 FT                     10 AM TUE               0.08
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                     10 AM TUE               0.08
CLINTON - 4337 FT                       10 AM TUE               0.08
LAYTON - 4468 FT                        10 AM TUE               0.08
WEST HAVEN - 4239 FT                     7 AM TUE               0.08
ROY - 4373 FT                           10 AM TUE               0.07
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                      10 AM TUE               0.07
CORINNE - 4238 FT                       10 AM TUE               0.07
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                      10 AM TUE               0.07
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT           11 AM TUE               0.06
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT               10 AM TUE               0.06
CLEARFIELD UDOT - 4685 FT               10 AM TUE               0.06
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    3 PM MON               0.06
CENTERVILLE - 4216 FT                   10 AM TUE               0.05
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT               10 AM TUE               0.05
WEST POINT - 4350 FT                    10 AM TUE               0.05
WEST WEBER - 4248 FT                     7 AM TUE               0.05
BRIGHAM CITY - 4230 FT                   5 PM MON               0.05
EAGLE LAKE - 4377 FT                    10 AM TUE               0.04

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
DRAPER 2 WNW - 4427 FT                   7 AM TUE               0.15
SALT LAKE CITY - 5305 FT                10 AM TUE               0.14
SALT LAKE CITY - 4568 FT                 7 AM TUE               0.14
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT        11 AM TUE               0.13
SALT LAKE CITY - 5088 FT                 7 AM TUE               0.12
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS - 5138 FT             7 AM TUE               0.12
MAGNA - 4400 FT                         10 AM TUE               0.11
UPPER MILLCREEK - 5050 FT                4 AM TUE               0.10
SALT LAKE CITY - 4753 FT                10 AM TUE               0.09
RIVERTON - 4429 FT                      10 AM TUE               0.09
SANDY - 5161 FT                         10 AM TUE               0.09
SANDY - 4714 FT                          7 AM TUE               0.09
SOUTH SALT LAKE - 4340 FT                7 AM TUE               0.09
SALT LAKE CITY - 5102 FT                10 AM TUE               0.08
HOLLADAY - 4540 FT                       7 AM TUE               0.08
DRAPER - 4426 FT                        10 AM TUE               0.07
DRAPER - 4418 FT                        10 AM TUE               0.07
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                10 AM TUE               0.07
SANDY - 4852 FT                          7 AM TUE               0.07
SANDY - 4637 FT                          7 AM TUE               0.07
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4281 FT              10 AM TUE               0.06
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT        10 AM TUE               0.06
SANDY - 4712 FT                         10 AM TUE               0.06
HOLLADAY - 4344 FT                      10 AM TUE               0.06
HOLLADAY - 4516 FT                      10 AM TUE               0.06
NORTH HOLLADAY - 4600 FT                10 AM TUE               0.06
RIVERTON - 4534 FT                       6 AM TUE               0.06
SOUTH JORDAN - 4551 FT                  10 AM TUE               0.05
RIVERTON - 4480 FT                      10 AM TUE               0.05
HERRIMAN - 5062 FT                      10 AM TUE               0.05
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS - 5230 FT             7 AM TUE               0.05
TRANS-JORDAN LANDFILL - 5201 FT         10 AM TUE               0.04
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                  10 AM TUE               0.04
WEST JORDAN - MSI - 4519 FT             10 AM TUE               0.04
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT           10 AM TUE               0.03
TAYLORSVILLE - 4593 FT                  10 AM TUE               0.03
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4317 FT               8 AM TUE               0.03
TAYLORSVILLE - 4482 FT                   7 AM TUE               0.03
TAYLORSVILLE-BENNION - 4594 FT           7 AM TUE               0.03
STANSBURY PARK - 4300 FT                11 AM TUE               0.02
TAYLORSVILLE - 4514 FT                  10 AM TUE               0.02
MURRAY - 4290 FT                        10 AM TUE               0.02
DRAPER - 5052 FT                        10 AM TUE               0.02
HOLLADAY - 4456 FT                       9 AM MON               0.02
GRANTSVILLE 2 W - 4480 FT                5 AM TUE               0.01

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SPANISH FORK - 4738 FT                  10 AM TUE               0.10
AMERICAN FORK - 4623 FT                  7 AM TUE               0.09
SPANISH FORK POWER HOUSE - 4720 FT       5 PM MON               0.09
SPANISH FORK - 4721 FT                  10 AM TUE               0.08
SPANISH FORK - 4734 FT                  10 AM TUE               0.08
PROVO - 4641 FT                         10 AM TUE               0.07
OREM - 4728 FT                          10 AM TUE               0.06
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT         10 AM TUE               0.04
LEHI - 4593 FT                          10 AM TUE               0.04
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4787 FT              10 AM TUE               0.03
LEHI - 4800 FT                           7 AM TUE               0.03
PROVO BYU - 4570 FT                      5 PM MON               0.03
NEPHI - 5002 FT                         10 AM TUE               0.02
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4655 FT              10 AM TUE               0.02
SPANISH FORK - 4580 FT                   7 AM TUE               0.02
ALPINE - 5070 FT                         5 PM MON               0.02

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
ROCKY BASIN-SETTLEME - 8900 FT           9 AM TUE               0.30
MINING FORK - 8000 FT                    9 AM TUE               0.20
CALLAO GATE - 4250 FT                   10 AM TUE               0.10
UTAH TEST RANGE - 4440 FT                5 PM MON               0.10
ENGLISH VILLAGE - 4788 FT               10 AM TUE               0.08
BLUE CREEK - 5170 FT                    10 AM TUE               0.07
TARGET R - 4311 FT                      10 AM TUE               0.06
SNOWVILLE (SOUTH) - 4812 FT             10 AM TUE               0.06
CAMEL BACK MTN - 5077 FT                10 AM TUE               0.05
TOWER GRID - 4346 FT                    10 AM TUE               0.05
JULIET ROAD - 4324 FT                   10 AM TUE               0.04
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                   10 AM TUE               0.04
SNOWVILLE - 4560 FT                     10 AM TUE               0.04
TARGET S - 4349 FT                      10 AM TUE               0.03
WHITE SAGE - 4363 FT                    10 AM TUE               0.03
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT              10 AM TUE               0.03
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        2 PM MON               0.03
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT             10 AM TUE               0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
SWANSONS ENV CENTER - 5700 FT           10 AM TUE               0.38
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        9 AM TUE               0.30
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                    10 AM TUE               0.27
MORGAN - 5059 FT                        10 AM TUE               0.15
COALVILLE - 5673 FT                     10 AM TUE               0.14
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT       10 AM TUE               0.14
HEBER CITY - 5768 FT                     9 AM TUE               0.14
MORGAN - 5092 FT                         7 AM TUE               0.13
DEER CREEK DAM - 5270 FT                 5 AM TUE               0.13
MORGAN UDOT - 5105 FT                   10 AM TUE               0.11

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
POWDER MOUNTAIN                          5 AM TUE      4.0      0.64
SNOWBASIN MID BOWL - 7402 FT             6 AM TUE      3.0      0.48
RANDOLPH - 6270 FT                       5 AM TUE      1.9      0.29
HORSE RIDGE - 8160 FT                    9 AM TUE               0.80
BUG LAKE - 7950 FT                       9 AM TUE               0.70
TONY GROVE LAKE - 8400 FT                9 AM TUE               0.70
MONTE CRISTO - 8960 FT                   9 AM TUE               0.70
USU DOC DANIEL - 8271 FT                 9 AM TUE               0.60
BLACKSMITH FORK - 5020 FT                9 AM TUE               0.53
LIGHTNING RIDGE - 8215 FT               10 AM TUE               0.50
BEN LOMOND PEAK - 8000 FT                9 AM TUE               0.50
DRY BREAD POND - 8350 FT                 9 AM TUE               0.50
KLONDIKE NARROWS - 7400 FT               9 AM TUE               0.50
PINEVIEW DAM - 4940 FT                   5 AM TUE               0.41
MANTUA - 5899 FT                        10 AM TUE               0.36
GARDEN CITY SUMMIT - 7600 FT             9 AM TUE               0.30
LOOKOUT PEAK - 8200 FT                   9 AM TUE               0.30
GARDEN CITY - 7615 FT                   10 AM TUE               0.24
LOST CREEK NR CROYDEN - 5840 FT          9 AM TUE               0.24
RANDOLPH UDOT - 6329 FT                 10 AM TUE               0.23
HARDWARE RANCH - 5564 FT                10 AM TUE               0.21
FARMINGTON - 8000 FT                     9 AM TUE               0.20
TEMPLE FORK - 7406 FT                    9 AM TUE               0.20
KILFOIL CREEK - 7400 FT                  9 AM TUE               0.20
LITTLE BEAR - 6550 FT                    9 AM TUE               0.20
EMIGRATION CANYON - 6024 FT             10 AM TUE               0.17
GARDEN CITY - 5959 FT                   10 AM TUE               0.13
BEN LOMOND TRAIL - 6000 FT               9 AM TUE               0.10
PARRISH CREEK - 7740 FT                  7 PM MON               0.10
LAKETOWN - 5980 FT                       5 PM MON               0.07
RANDOLPH - 6264 FT                      10 AM TUE               0.06
LAKETOWN UDOT - 5991 FT                 10 AM TUE               0.06
LAKETOWN - 5959 FT                      10 AM TUE               0.05
CITY CREEK WATER PLANT - 5330 FT         5 PM MON               0.05
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    2 PM MON               0.05
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       3 PM MON               0.02

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
BRIGHTON CREST - 9500 FT                 6 AM TUE      9.0      0.84
ALTA UDOT - 8799 FT                      5 AM TUE      8.0      0.63
THE CANYONS - 8800 FT                    7 AM TUE      6.0      0.50
ALTA - COLLINS - 9662 FT                 4 AM TUE      6.0      0.63
SNOWBIRD - 8100 FT                       6 AM TUE      4.0      0.59
PARK CITY SUMMIT - 9300 FT               4 PM MON      4.0      0.45
SOLITUDE - 8200 FT                       4 AM TUE      3.0      0.38
ALTA - 8730 FT                           5 PM MON      3.0      0.48
BIG COTTONWOOD SPRUCES - 7402 FT         6 AM TUE      2.0      0.40
SILVER LAKE BRIGHTON - 8740 FT           5 AM TUE      2.0      0.20
PROVO CANYON - 6100 FT                   6 AM TUE      1.0      0.32
SNOWBIRD - 9640 FT                       9 AM TUE               0.70
BRIGHTON - 8750 FT                       9 AM TUE               0.60
SUNDANCE - 7503 FT                      10 AM TUE               0.59
THAYNES CANYON - 9200 FT                 9 AM TUE               0.50
ALTA - BASE - 8560 FT                   10 AM TUE               0.48
DEER VALLEY - ONTARIO - 9100 FT         10 AM TUE               0.46
PAYSON R.S. - 8050 FT                    9 AM TUE               0.40
MILL-D NORTH - 8960 FT                   9 AM TUE               0.40
CASCADE MOUNTAIN - 7768 FT               8 AM TUE               0.20
TIMPANOGOS DIVIDE - 8140 FT              7 PM MON               0.20
TIMPANOGOS CAVE - 7999 FT                7 PM MON               0.02
FOUNTAIN GREEN 4ENE - 7166 FT           10 AM TUE               0.01

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
HEBER CITY 10 ESE - 8305 FT              8 AM TUE      1.0      0.33
STEEL CREEK PARK - 10100 FT              9 AM TUE               0.80
TRIAL LAKE - 9960 FT                     9 AM TUE               0.70
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                10 AM TUE               0.54
BEAR RIVER RS - 8500 FT                  9 AM TUE               0.50
REDDEN MINE LWR - 8500 FT                9 AM TUE               0.50
HAYDEN FORK - 9100 FT                    9 AM TUE               0.50
HEWINTA - 9500 FT                        9 AM TUE               0.50
CHALK CREEK #1 - 9100 FT                 9 AM TUE               0.50
WEST FORK BLACKSMITHS FORK - 9620 FT    10 AM TUE               0.33
BROWN DUCK - 10600 FT                    9 AM TUE               0.30
BEAVER DIVIDE - 8280 FT                  9 AM TUE               0.30
LAKEFORK BASIN - 10900 FT                9 AM TUE               0.30
WEBER RIVER NR OAKLEY 7NNE - 6653 FT    10 AM TUE               0.21
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                     10 AM TUE               0.20
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT          10 AM TUE               0.20
LILY LAKE - 9050 FT                      9 AM TUE               0.20
LAKEFORK #1 - 10100 FT                   9 AM TUE               0.20
CHALK CREEK #2 - 8200 FT                 9 AM TUE               0.20
BLACKS FORK JCT - 8870 FT                1 PM MON               0.20
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         3 PM MON               0.17
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         3 PM MON               0.17
BEAR RIVER - 8536 FT                     3 PM MON               0.15
OAKLEY - 7800 FT                         4 PM MON               0.12
HOLE-IN-ROCK - 9150 FT                   9 AM TUE               0.10
FIVE POINTS LAKE - 10920 FT              9 AM TUE               0.10
SMITH & MOREHOUSE - 7600 FT              7 PM MON               0.10
EF BLACKS FORK GS - 9308 FT              6 PM MON               0.10
CHEPETA - 10300 FT                       4 PM MON               0.10
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        3 PM MON               0.10

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
DANIELS-STRAWBERRY - 8000 FT             9 AM TUE               0.40
STRAWBERRY DIVIDE - 8400 FT              7 AM TUE               0.30
HUNTINGTON HORSE - 9657 FT               9 AM TUE               0.20
CLEAR CREEK #1 - 9200 FT                 9 AM TUE               0.20
WHITE RIVER #1 - 8550 FT                 9 AM TUE               0.20
CLEAR CREEK #2 - 8300 FT                 8 AM TUE               0.20
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                    3 PM MON               0.11
MAMMOTH-COTTONWOOD - 8800 FT             7 PM MON               0.10

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      9 AM TUE               0.05
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT           10 AM TUE               0.03
ALTAMONT - 6370 FT                       5 AM TUE               0.02
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      2 PM MON               0.01

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
MANTI RADIO - 5498 FT                    5 AM TUE               0.02

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
MUD SPRING - 5902 FT                     2 PM MON               0.01

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
GBRC MEADOWS - 9780 FT                   9 AM TUE               0.30
RED PINE RIDGE - 9200 FT                 9 AM TUE               0.30
MT BALDY - 9494 FT                       9 AM TUE               0.20
DILLS CAMP - 9200 FT                     2 PM MON               0.20
PICKLE KEG - 9600 FT                     9 AM TUE               0.10
GOOSEBERRY R.S. - 7920 FT                2 PM MON               0.10
10 ESE OAK CITY - 7268 FT               10 AM TUE               0.02
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          9 AM TUE               0.01

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT        11 AM TUE               0.24
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    2 PM MON               0.19


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


...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     8 AM MON     44 MPH

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
WEST OGDEN - 4222 FT                     2 PM MON     54 MPH
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            2 PM MON     52 MPH
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       2 PM MON     49 MPH
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     3 PM MON     47 MPH
LEGACY PARKWAY - 4215 FT                 3 PM MON     44 MPH
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                      2 PM MON     42 MPH
GREAT SALT LAKE MINERALS - 4212 FT       2 PM MON     42 MPH
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    3 PM MON     41 MPH
PORTABLE RWIS 2 - 4292 FT                1 PM MON     40 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         8 AM MON     59 MPH
SALT AIR - 4209 FT                       9 AM MON     55 MPH
FLIGHT PARK SOUTH - 5202 FT              8 PM MON     41 MPH
VERNON HILL - 5761 FT                    3 PM MON     41 MPH
TOOELE CITY - 5135 FT                    7 AM MON     40 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
PROMONTORY POINT - 6926 FT               2 PM MON     58 MPH
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              8 AM MON     57 MPH
UTTR THERMAL TREATMENT UNIT - 4915 FT    7 AM MON     55 MPH
WEST OF WILDCAT MTN - 4259 FT           12 PM MON     54 MPH
EAGLE RANGE - 4239 FT                    1 PM MON     53 MPH
HOGUP - 4229 FT                          6 AM MON     53 MPH
DIDDLE KNOLL - 4265 FT                   6 PM MON     51 MPH
GROOME - 4223 FT                         5 AM MON     51 MPH
BADGER ISLAND - 4199 FT                  9 AM MON     50 MPH
HAT ISLAND - 4242 FT                     2 PM MON     49 MPH
GUNNISON ISLAND - 4242 FT                6 PM MON     47 MPH
CAUSEWAY - 4246 FT                       6 PM MON     47 MPH
I-80 AT MP 1 - 4270 FT                   6 AM MON     47 MPH
UTTR OASIS COMPOUND - 4437 FT            7 AM MON     46 MPH
WENDOVER PORT OF ENTRY - 4227 FT         5 AM MON     46 MPH
WEST SALT FLATS - 4237 FT                5 PM MON     44 MPH
I-80 AT MP 29 - 4125 FT                  6 PM MON     43 MPH
SR-30 AT CURLEW - 4766 FT                5 PM MON     43 MPH
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT                2 PM MON     43 MPH
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT              12 PM MON     43 MPH
WEST GRANITE - 4403 FT                   7 PM MON     42 MPH
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 7 PM MON     41 MPH
JOHNSONS PASS - 6520 FT                  7 AM MON     41 MPH
UPPER CEDAR MTN - 7052 FT                7 AM MON     41 MPH
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                2 PM MON     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
TRAPPERS LOOP ROAD - 5774 FT             3 PM MON     45 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OGDEN PEAK - 9570 FT                     8 PM MON     63 MPH
SHERWOOD HILLS - 5039 FT                 2 PM MON     52 MPH
SR-16 @ MP1 - 6533 FT                    4 PM MON     48 MPH
SR-65 AT BIG MOUNTAIN PASS - 7433 FT     3 PM MON     48 MPH
WEBER CANYON POWER PLANT - 5801 FT       3 PM MON     46 MPH
POWDER MOUNTAIN - 8897 FT                9 AM TUE     45 MPH
PORTABLE RWIS 5 - 7612 FT                4 PM MON     42 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
CENTRAL WASATCH PEAKS - 11066 FT        11 PM MON     63 MPH
CENTRAL WASATCH PEAKS - 10443 FT        11 PM MON     44 MPH
PARLEYS CANYON AT QUARRY - 5100 FT       8 PM MON     42 MPH
PARK CITY - JUPITER - 10024 FT          11 AM MON     42 MPH
SUNDANCE - ARROWHEAD - 8251 FT          10 AM TUE     40 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
WINDY PEAK - 10662 FT                    6 PM MON     57 MPH
DRY RIDGE - 11565 FT                    11 PM MON     52 MPH
LOFTY LAKE PEAK - 11186 FT               9 AM MON     49 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
ROOSEVELT - 5171 FT                      1 PM MON     47 MPH
US-40 @ STARVATION - 5720 FT             1 PM MON     47 MPH

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
HANKSVILLE - 4444 FT                     8 PM MON     40 MPH

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
I-70 AT SALINA - 5226 FT                 2 PM MON     40 MPH
RICHFIELD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5299 FT    2 PM MON     40 MPH

...GLEN CANYON RECREATION AREA/LAKE POWELL...
BULLFROG MARINA - 3700 FT                9 PM MON     41 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SR-72 AT HOGAN PASS - 8977 FT            5 PM MON     54 MPH
FREMONT JUNCTION - 6801 FT               5 PM MON     44 MPH
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    3 PM MON     42 MPH

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
CIRCLEVILLE - 6120 FT                    9 PM MON     44 MPH
SR-12 AT BOULDER SUMMIT - 9595 FT        4 PM MON     41 MPH

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
FRENCH - 7375 FT                        10 AM TUE     46 MPH
CHURCH BUTTE - 6743 FT                   5 PM MON     45 MPH
PAINTER - 6939 FT                        4 PM MON     44 MPH
I-80 EAST OF EVANSTON - 7579 FT          4 PM MON     44 MPH
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         4 PM MON     43 MPH
COAL ROAD - 7349 FT                      4 PM MON     40 MPH


$$



000
NOUS45 KSLC 241737
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
1131 AM MDT TUE MAR 24 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

SEVERAL DISTURBANCES HAVE DELIVERED PRECIPITATION TO PRIMARILY NORTHERN
UTAH OVER THE PAST TWO DAYS. BELOW ARE 36-HOUR PRECIPITATION AND PEAK WIND REPORTS
AS OF 11 AM.

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
RICHMOND - 4576 FT                       6 AM TUE               0.52
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                    10 AM TUE               0.48
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                 10 AM TUE               0.40
HYDE PARK                                3 PM MON               0.40
LOGAN RIVER ABV STATE DAM - 4805 FT     10 AM TUE               0.39
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT         11 AM TUE               0.38
LBW EXPFARM - 4498 FT                   10 AM TUE               0.38
PROVIDENCE - 4528 FT                     8 AM TUE               0.35
LOGAN - 4805 FT                          6 AM TUE               0.34
NORTH LOGAN - 4749 FT                    8 AM TUE               0.33
LOGAN - 4515 FT                          7 AM TUE               0.32
LOGAN - 4465 FT                         10 AM TUE               0.31
LOGAN RADIO - 4470 FT                    5 AM TUE               0.27
PROVIDENCE - EVANS FARM - 4535 FT       10 AM TUE               0.23
LBW SOUTHFORK - 5095 FT                 10 AM TUE               0.20
LOGAN DRAINAGE FARM - 4435 FT           10 AM TUE               0.15
LOGAN GOLF - 4808 FT                    10 AM TUE               0.13
LEWISTON - 4514 FT                      10 AM TUE               0.09
LBW PARADISE - 4859 FT                  10 AM TUE               0.09
LOGAN - 4465 FT                         10 AM TUE               0.06
LOGAN - 4806 FT                         10 AM TUE               0.01

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
NORTH OGDEN - 4392 FT                    7 AM TUE      0.5      0.23
BOUNTIFUL - 4760 FT                      7 PM MON               0.24
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4590 FT                 10 AM TUE               0.22
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4802 FT                  7 AM TUE               0.22
BRIGHAM CITY - 4400 FT                  10 AM TUE               0.21
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                     10 AM TUE               0.20
GARLAND 1 SE - 4328 FT                   6 AM TUE               0.18
NORTHEAST OGDEN BENCH - 4560 FT          9 PM MON               0.18
PERRY - 4491 FT                          6 AM TUE               0.17
THATCHER - 4292 FT                       6 AM TUE               0.16
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                10 AM TUE               0.15
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                  10 AM TUE               0.15
FARMINGTON - 4226 FT                    10 AM TUE               0.14
LAYTON - 4770 FT                        10 AM TUE               0.14
ROY - 4457 FT                            9 AM TUE               0.14
FARMINGTON - 4239 FT                     6 AM TUE               0.14
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT      11 AM TUE               0.13
OGDEN - 4285 FT                         10 AM TUE               0.12
SOUTH OGDEN - 4777 FT                   10 AM TUE               0.11
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                   10 AM TUE               0.11
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                   10 AM TUE               0.10
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT              10 AM TUE               0.10
CENTERVILLE - 4445 FT                    4 AM TUE               0.10
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                    10 AM TUE               0.09
TREMONTON - 4331 FT                     10 AM TUE               0.08
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                     10 AM TUE               0.08
CLINTON - 4337 FT                       10 AM TUE               0.08
LAYTON - 4468 FT                        10 AM TUE               0.08
WEST HAVEN - 4239 FT                     7 AM TUE               0.08
ROY - 4373 FT                           10 AM TUE               0.07
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                      10 AM TUE               0.07
CORINNE - 4238 FT                       10 AM TUE               0.07
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                      10 AM TUE               0.07
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT           11 AM TUE               0.06
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT               10 AM TUE               0.06
CLEARFIELD UDOT - 4685 FT               10 AM TUE               0.06
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    3 PM MON               0.06
CENTERVILLE - 4216 FT                   10 AM TUE               0.05
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT               10 AM TUE               0.05
WEST POINT - 4350 FT                    10 AM TUE               0.05
WEST WEBER - 4248 FT                     7 AM TUE               0.05
BRIGHAM CITY - 4230 FT                   5 PM MON               0.05
EAGLE LAKE - 4377 FT                    10 AM TUE               0.04

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
DRAPER 2 WNW - 4427 FT                   7 AM TUE               0.15
SALT LAKE CITY - 5305 FT                10 AM TUE               0.14
SALT LAKE CITY - 4568 FT                 7 AM TUE               0.14
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT        11 AM TUE               0.13
SALT LAKE CITY - 5088 FT                 7 AM TUE               0.12
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS - 5138 FT             7 AM TUE               0.12
MAGNA - 4400 FT                         10 AM TUE               0.11
UPPER MILLCREEK - 5050 FT                4 AM TUE               0.10
SALT LAKE CITY - 4753 FT                10 AM TUE               0.09
RIVERTON - 4429 FT                      10 AM TUE               0.09
SANDY - 5161 FT                         10 AM TUE               0.09
SANDY - 4714 FT                          7 AM TUE               0.09
SOUTH SALT LAKE - 4340 FT                7 AM TUE               0.09
SALT LAKE CITY - 5102 FT                10 AM TUE               0.08
HOLLADAY - 4540 FT                       7 AM TUE               0.08
DRAPER - 4426 FT                        10 AM TUE               0.07
DRAPER - 4418 FT                        10 AM TUE               0.07
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                10 AM TUE               0.07
SANDY - 4852 FT                          7 AM TUE               0.07
SANDY - 4637 FT                          7 AM TUE               0.07
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4281 FT              10 AM TUE               0.06
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT        10 AM TUE               0.06
SANDY - 4712 FT                         10 AM TUE               0.06
HOLLADAY - 4344 FT                      10 AM TUE               0.06
HOLLADAY - 4516 FT                      10 AM TUE               0.06
NORTH HOLLADAY - 4600 FT                10 AM TUE               0.06
RIVERTON - 4534 FT                       6 AM TUE               0.06
SOUTH JORDAN - 4551 FT                  10 AM TUE               0.05
RIVERTON - 4480 FT                      10 AM TUE               0.05
HERRIMAN - 5062 FT                      10 AM TUE               0.05
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS - 5230 FT             7 AM TUE               0.05
TRANS-JORDAN LANDFILL - 5201 FT         10 AM TUE               0.04
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                  10 AM TUE               0.04
WEST JORDAN - MSI - 4519 FT             10 AM TUE               0.04
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT           10 AM TUE               0.03
TAYLORSVILLE - 4593 FT                  10 AM TUE               0.03
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4317 FT               8 AM TUE               0.03
TAYLORSVILLE - 4482 FT                   7 AM TUE               0.03
TAYLORSVILLE-BENNION - 4594 FT           7 AM TUE               0.03
STANSBURY PARK - 4300 FT                11 AM TUE               0.02
TAYLORSVILLE - 4514 FT                  10 AM TUE               0.02
MURRAY - 4290 FT                        10 AM TUE               0.02
DRAPER - 5052 FT                        10 AM TUE               0.02
HOLLADAY - 4456 FT                       9 AM MON               0.02
GRANTSVILLE 2 W - 4480 FT                5 AM TUE               0.01

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SPANISH FORK - 4738 FT                  10 AM TUE               0.10
AMERICAN FORK - 4623 FT                  7 AM TUE               0.09
SPANISH FORK POWER HOUSE - 4720 FT       5 PM MON               0.09
SPANISH FORK - 4721 FT                  10 AM TUE               0.08
SPANISH FORK - 4734 FT                  10 AM TUE               0.08
PROVO - 4641 FT                         10 AM TUE               0.07
OREM - 4728 FT                          10 AM TUE               0.06
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT         10 AM TUE               0.04
LEHI - 4593 FT                          10 AM TUE               0.04
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4787 FT              10 AM TUE               0.03
LEHI - 4800 FT                           7 AM TUE               0.03
PROVO BYU - 4570 FT                      5 PM MON               0.03
NEPHI - 5002 FT                         10 AM TUE               0.02
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4655 FT              10 AM TUE               0.02
SPANISH FORK - 4580 FT                   7 AM TUE               0.02
ALPINE - 5070 FT                         5 PM MON               0.02

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
ROCKY BASIN-SETTLEME - 8900 FT           9 AM TUE               0.30
MINING FORK - 8000 FT                    9 AM TUE               0.20
CALLAO GATE - 4250 FT                   10 AM TUE               0.10
UTAH TEST RANGE - 4440 FT                5 PM MON               0.10
ENGLISH VILLAGE - 4788 FT               10 AM TUE               0.08
BLUE CREEK - 5170 FT                    10 AM TUE               0.07
TARGET R - 4311 FT                      10 AM TUE               0.06
SNOWVILLE (SOUTH) - 4812 FT             10 AM TUE               0.06
CAMEL BACK MTN - 5077 FT                10 AM TUE               0.05
TOWER GRID - 4346 FT                    10 AM TUE               0.05
JULIET ROAD - 4324 FT                   10 AM TUE               0.04
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                   10 AM TUE               0.04
SNOWVILLE - 4560 FT                     10 AM TUE               0.04
TARGET S - 4349 FT                      10 AM TUE               0.03
WHITE SAGE - 4363 FT                    10 AM TUE               0.03
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT              10 AM TUE               0.03
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        2 PM MON               0.03
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT             10 AM TUE               0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
SWANSONS ENV CENTER - 5700 FT           10 AM TUE               0.38
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        9 AM TUE               0.30
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                    10 AM TUE               0.27
MORGAN - 5059 FT                        10 AM TUE               0.15
COALVILLE - 5673 FT                     10 AM TUE               0.14
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT       10 AM TUE               0.14
HEBER CITY - 5768 FT                     9 AM TUE               0.14
MORGAN - 5092 FT                         7 AM TUE               0.13
DEER CREEK DAM - 5270 FT                 5 AM TUE               0.13
MORGAN UDOT - 5105 FT                   10 AM TUE               0.11

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
POWDER MOUNTAIN                          5 AM TUE      4.0      0.64
SNOWBASIN MID BOWL - 7402 FT             6 AM TUE      3.0      0.48
RANDOLPH - 6270 FT                       5 AM TUE      1.9      0.29
HORSE RIDGE - 8160 FT                    9 AM TUE               0.80
BUG LAKE - 7950 FT                       9 AM TUE               0.70
TONY GROVE LAKE - 8400 FT                9 AM TUE               0.70
MONTE CRISTO - 8960 FT                   9 AM TUE               0.70
USU DOC DANIEL - 8271 FT                 9 AM TUE               0.60
BLACKSMITH FORK - 5020 FT                9 AM TUE               0.53
LIGHTNING RIDGE - 8215 FT               10 AM TUE               0.50
BEN LOMOND PEAK - 8000 FT                9 AM TUE               0.50
DRY BREAD POND - 8350 FT                 9 AM TUE               0.50
KLONDIKE NARROWS - 7400 FT               9 AM TUE               0.50
PINEVIEW DAM - 4940 FT                   5 AM TUE               0.41
MANTUA - 5899 FT                        10 AM TUE               0.36
GARDEN CITY SUMMIT - 7600 FT             9 AM TUE               0.30
LOOKOUT PEAK - 8200 FT                   9 AM TUE               0.30
GARDEN CITY - 7615 FT                   10 AM TUE               0.24
LOST CREEK NR CROYDEN - 5840 FT          9 AM TUE               0.24
RANDOLPH UDOT - 6329 FT                 10 AM TUE               0.23
HARDWARE RANCH - 5564 FT                10 AM TUE               0.21
FARMINGTON - 8000 FT                     9 AM TUE               0.20
TEMPLE FORK - 7406 FT                    9 AM TUE               0.20
KILFOIL CREEK - 7400 FT                  9 AM TUE               0.20
LITTLE BEAR - 6550 FT                    9 AM TUE               0.20
EMIGRATION CANYON - 6024 FT             10 AM TUE               0.17
GARDEN CITY - 5959 FT                   10 AM TUE               0.13
BEN LOMOND TRAIL - 6000 FT               9 AM TUE               0.10
PARRISH CREEK - 7740 FT                  7 PM MON               0.10
LAKETOWN - 5980 FT                       5 PM MON               0.07
RANDOLPH - 6264 FT                      10 AM TUE               0.06
LAKETOWN UDOT - 5991 FT                 10 AM TUE               0.06
LAKETOWN - 5959 FT                      10 AM TUE               0.05
CITY CREEK WATER PLANT - 5330 FT         5 PM MON               0.05
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    2 PM MON               0.05
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       3 PM MON               0.02

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
BRIGHTON CREST - 9500 FT                 6 AM TUE      9.0      0.84
ALTA UDOT - 8799 FT                      5 AM TUE      8.0      0.63
THE CANYONS - 8800 FT                    7 AM TUE      6.0      0.50
ALTA - COLLINS - 9662 FT                 4 AM TUE      6.0      0.63
SNOWBIRD - 8100 FT                       6 AM TUE      4.0      0.59
PARK CITY SUMMIT - 9300 FT               4 PM MON      4.0      0.45
SOLITUDE - 8200 FT                       4 AM TUE      3.0      0.38
ALTA - 8730 FT                           5 PM MON      3.0      0.48
BIG COTTONWOOD SPRUCES - 7402 FT         6 AM TUE      2.0      0.40
SILVER LAKE BRIGHTON - 8740 FT           5 AM TUE      2.0      0.20
PROVO CANYON - 6100 FT                   6 AM TUE      1.0      0.32
SNOWBIRD - 9640 FT                       9 AM TUE               0.70
BRIGHTON - 8750 FT                       9 AM TUE               0.60
SUNDANCE - 7503 FT                      10 AM TUE               0.59
THAYNES CANYON - 9200 FT                 9 AM TUE               0.50
ALTA - BASE - 8560 FT                   10 AM TUE               0.48
DEER VALLEY - ONTARIO - 9100 FT         10 AM TUE               0.46
PAYSON R.S. - 8050 FT                    9 AM TUE               0.40
MILL-D NORTH - 8960 FT                   9 AM TUE               0.40
CASCADE MOUNTAIN - 7768 FT               8 AM TUE               0.20
TIMPANOGOS DIVIDE - 8140 FT              7 PM MON               0.20
TIMPANOGOS CAVE - 7999 FT                7 PM MON               0.02
FOUNTAIN GREEN 4ENE - 7166 FT           10 AM TUE               0.01

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
HEBER CITY 10 ESE - 8305 FT              8 AM TUE      1.0      0.33
STEEL CREEK PARK - 10100 FT              9 AM TUE               0.80
TRIAL LAKE - 9960 FT                     9 AM TUE               0.70
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                10 AM TUE               0.54
BEAR RIVER RS - 8500 FT                  9 AM TUE               0.50
REDDEN MINE LWR - 8500 FT                9 AM TUE               0.50
HAYDEN FORK - 9100 FT                    9 AM TUE               0.50
HEWINTA - 9500 FT                        9 AM TUE               0.50
CHALK CREEK #1 - 9100 FT                 9 AM TUE               0.50
WEST FORK BLACKSMITHS FORK - 9620 FT    10 AM TUE               0.33
BROWN DUCK - 10600 FT                    9 AM TUE               0.30
BEAVER DIVIDE - 8280 FT                  9 AM TUE               0.30
LAKEFORK BASIN - 10900 FT                9 AM TUE               0.30
WEBER RIVER NR OAKLEY 7NNE - 6653 FT    10 AM TUE               0.21
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                     10 AM TUE               0.20
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT          10 AM TUE               0.20
LILY LAKE - 9050 FT                      9 AM TUE               0.20
LAKEFORK #1 - 10100 FT                   9 AM TUE               0.20
CHALK CREEK #2 - 8200 FT                 9 AM TUE               0.20
BLACKS FORK JCT - 8870 FT                1 PM MON               0.20
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         3 PM MON               0.17
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         3 PM MON               0.17
BEAR RIVER - 8536 FT                     3 PM MON               0.15
OAKLEY - 7800 FT                         4 PM MON               0.12
HOLE-IN-ROCK - 9150 FT                   9 AM TUE               0.10
FIVE POINTS LAKE - 10920 FT              9 AM TUE               0.10
SMITH & MOREHOUSE - 7600 FT              7 PM MON               0.10
EF BLACKS FORK GS - 9308 FT              6 PM MON               0.10
CHEPETA - 10300 FT                       4 PM MON               0.10
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        3 PM MON               0.10

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
DANIELS-STRAWBERRY - 8000 FT             9 AM TUE               0.40
STRAWBERRY DIVIDE - 8400 FT              7 AM TUE               0.30
HUNTINGTON HORSE - 9657 FT               9 AM TUE               0.20
CLEAR CREEK #1 - 9200 FT                 9 AM TUE               0.20
WHITE RIVER #1 - 8550 FT                 9 AM TUE               0.20
CLEAR CREEK #2 - 8300 FT                 8 AM TUE               0.20
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                    3 PM MON               0.11
MAMMOTH-COTTONWOOD - 8800 FT             7 PM MON               0.10

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      9 AM TUE               0.05
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT           10 AM TUE               0.03
ALTAMONT - 6370 FT                       5 AM TUE               0.02
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      2 PM MON               0.01

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
MANTI RADIO - 5498 FT                    5 AM TUE               0.02

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
MUD SPRING - 5902 FT                     2 PM MON               0.01

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
GBRC MEADOWS - 9780 FT                   9 AM TUE               0.30
RED PINE RIDGE - 9200 FT                 9 AM TUE               0.30
MT BALDY - 9494 FT                       9 AM TUE               0.20
DILLS CAMP - 9200 FT                     2 PM MON               0.20
PICKLE KEG - 9600 FT                     9 AM TUE               0.10
GOOSEBERRY R.S. - 7920 FT                2 PM MON               0.10
10 ESE OAK CITY - 7268 FT               10 AM TUE               0.02
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          9 AM TUE               0.01

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT        11 AM TUE               0.24
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    2 PM MON               0.19


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


...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     8 AM MON     44 MPH

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
WEST OGDEN - 4222 FT                     2 PM MON     54 MPH
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            2 PM MON     52 MPH
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       2 PM MON     49 MPH
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     3 PM MON     47 MPH
LEGACY PARKWAY - 4215 FT                 3 PM MON     44 MPH
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                      2 PM MON     42 MPH
GREAT SALT LAKE MINERALS - 4212 FT       2 PM MON     42 MPH
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    3 PM MON     41 MPH
PORTABLE RWIS 2 - 4292 FT                1 PM MON     40 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         8 AM MON     59 MPH
SALT AIR - 4209 FT                       9 AM MON     55 MPH
FLIGHT PARK SOUTH - 5202 FT              8 PM MON     41 MPH
VERNON HILL - 5761 FT                    3 PM MON     41 MPH
TOOELE CITY - 5135 FT                    7 AM MON     40 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
PROMONTORY POINT - 6926 FT               2 PM MON     58 MPH
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              8 AM MON     57 MPH
UTTR THERMAL TREATMENT UNIT - 4915 FT    7 AM MON     55 MPH
WEST OF WILDCAT MTN - 4259 FT           12 PM MON     54 MPH
EAGLE RANGE - 4239 FT                    1 PM MON     53 MPH
HOGUP - 4229 FT                          6 AM MON     53 MPH
DIDDLE KNOLL - 4265 FT                   6 PM MON     51 MPH
GROOME - 4223 FT                         5 AM MON     51 MPH
BADGER ISLAND - 4199 FT                  9 AM MON     50 MPH
HAT ISLAND - 4242 FT                     2 PM MON     49 MPH
GUNNISON ISLAND - 4242 FT                6 PM MON     47 MPH
CAUSEWAY - 4246 FT                       6 PM MON     47 MPH
I-80 AT MP 1 - 4270 FT                   6 AM MON     47 MPH
UTTR OASIS COMPOUND - 4437 FT            7 AM MON     46 MPH
WENDOVER PORT OF ENTRY - 4227 FT         5 AM MON     46 MPH
WEST SALT FLATS - 4237 FT                5 PM MON     44 MPH
I-80 AT MP 29 - 4125 FT                  6 PM MON     43 MPH
SR-30 AT CURLEW - 4766 FT                5 PM MON     43 MPH
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT                2 PM MON     43 MPH
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT              12 PM MON     43 MPH
WEST GRANITE - 4403 FT                   7 PM MON     42 MPH
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 7 PM MON     41 MPH
JOHNSONS PASS - 6520 FT                  7 AM MON     41 MPH
UPPER CEDAR MTN - 7052 FT                7 AM MON     41 MPH
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                2 PM MON     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
TRAPPERS LOOP ROAD - 5774 FT             3 PM MON     45 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OGDEN PEAK - 9570 FT                     8 PM MON     63 MPH
SHERWOOD HILLS - 5039 FT                 2 PM MON     52 MPH
SR-16 @ MP1 - 6533 FT                    4 PM MON     48 MPH
SR-65 AT BIG MOUNTAIN PASS - 7433 FT     3 PM MON     48 MPH
WEBER CANYON POWER PLANT - 5801 FT       3 PM MON     46 MPH
POWDER MOUNTAIN - 8897 FT                9 AM TUE     45 MPH
PORTABLE RWIS 5 - 7612 FT                4 PM MON     42 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
CENTRAL WASATCH PEAKS - 11066 FT        11 PM MON     63 MPH
CENTRAL WASATCH PEAKS - 10443 FT        11 PM MON     44 MPH
PARLEYS CANYON AT QUARRY - 5100 FT       8 PM MON     42 MPH
PARK CITY - JUPITER - 10024 FT          11 AM MON     42 MPH
SUNDANCE - ARROWHEAD - 8251 FT          10 AM TUE     40 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
WINDY PEAK - 10662 FT                    6 PM MON     57 MPH
DRY RIDGE - 11565 FT                    11 PM MON     52 MPH
LOFTY LAKE PEAK - 11186 FT               9 AM MON     49 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
ROOSEVELT - 5171 FT                      1 PM MON     47 MPH
US-40 @ STARVATION - 5720 FT             1 PM MON     47 MPH

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
HANKSVILLE - 4444 FT                     8 PM MON     40 MPH

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
I-70 AT SALINA - 5226 FT                 2 PM MON     40 MPH
RICHFIELD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5299 FT    2 PM MON     40 MPH

...GLEN CANYON RECREATION AREA/LAKE POWELL...
BULLFROG MARINA - 3700 FT                9 PM MON     41 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SR-72 AT HOGAN PASS - 8977 FT            5 PM MON     54 MPH
FREMONT JUNCTION - 6801 FT               5 PM MON     44 MPH
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    3 PM MON     42 MPH

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
CIRCLEVILLE - 6120 FT                    9 PM MON     44 MPH
SR-12 AT BOULDER SUMMIT - 9595 FT        4 PM MON     41 MPH

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
FRENCH - 7375 FT                        10 AM TUE     46 MPH
CHURCH BUTTE - 6743 FT                   5 PM MON     45 MPH
PAINTER - 6939 FT                        4 PM MON     44 MPH
I-80 EAST OF EVANSTON - 7579 FT          4 PM MON     44 MPH
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         4 PM MON     43 MPH
COAL ROAD - 7349 FT                      4 PM MON     40 MPH


$$


000
NOUS45 KSLC 241737
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
1131 AM MDT TUE MAR 24 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

SEVERAL DISTURBANCES HAVE DELIVERED PRECIPITATION TO PRIMARILY NORTHERN
UTAH OVER THE PAST TWO DAYS. BELOW ARE 36-HOUR PRECIPITATION AND PEAK WIND REPORTS
AS OF 11 AM.

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
RICHMOND - 4576 FT                       6 AM TUE               0.52
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                    10 AM TUE               0.48
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                 10 AM TUE               0.40
HYDE PARK                                3 PM MON               0.40
LOGAN RIVER ABV STATE DAM - 4805 FT     10 AM TUE               0.39
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT         11 AM TUE               0.38
LBW EXPFARM - 4498 FT                   10 AM TUE               0.38
PROVIDENCE - 4528 FT                     8 AM TUE               0.35
LOGAN - 4805 FT                          6 AM TUE               0.34
NORTH LOGAN - 4749 FT                    8 AM TUE               0.33
LOGAN - 4515 FT                          7 AM TUE               0.32
LOGAN - 4465 FT                         10 AM TUE               0.31
LOGAN RADIO - 4470 FT                    5 AM TUE               0.27
PROVIDENCE - EVANS FARM - 4535 FT       10 AM TUE               0.23
LBW SOUTHFORK - 5095 FT                 10 AM TUE               0.20
LOGAN DRAINAGE FARM - 4435 FT           10 AM TUE               0.15
LOGAN GOLF - 4808 FT                    10 AM TUE               0.13
LEWISTON - 4514 FT                      10 AM TUE               0.09
LBW PARADISE - 4859 FT                  10 AM TUE               0.09
LOGAN - 4465 FT                         10 AM TUE               0.06
LOGAN - 4806 FT                         10 AM TUE               0.01

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
NORTH OGDEN - 4392 FT                    7 AM TUE      0.5      0.23
BOUNTIFUL - 4760 FT                      7 PM MON               0.24
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4590 FT                 10 AM TUE               0.22
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4802 FT                  7 AM TUE               0.22
BRIGHAM CITY - 4400 FT                  10 AM TUE               0.21
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                     10 AM TUE               0.20
GARLAND 1 SE - 4328 FT                   6 AM TUE               0.18
NORTHEAST OGDEN BENCH - 4560 FT          9 PM MON               0.18
PERRY - 4491 FT                          6 AM TUE               0.17
THATCHER - 4292 FT                       6 AM TUE               0.16
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                10 AM TUE               0.15
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                  10 AM TUE               0.15
FARMINGTON - 4226 FT                    10 AM TUE               0.14
LAYTON - 4770 FT                        10 AM TUE               0.14
ROY - 4457 FT                            9 AM TUE               0.14
FARMINGTON - 4239 FT                     6 AM TUE               0.14
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT      11 AM TUE               0.13
OGDEN - 4285 FT                         10 AM TUE               0.12
SOUTH OGDEN - 4777 FT                   10 AM TUE               0.11
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                   10 AM TUE               0.11
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                   10 AM TUE               0.10
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT              10 AM TUE               0.10
CENTERVILLE - 4445 FT                    4 AM TUE               0.10
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                    10 AM TUE               0.09
TREMONTON - 4331 FT                     10 AM TUE               0.08
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                     10 AM TUE               0.08
CLINTON - 4337 FT                       10 AM TUE               0.08
LAYTON - 4468 FT                        10 AM TUE               0.08
WEST HAVEN - 4239 FT                     7 AM TUE               0.08
ROY - 4373 FT                           10 AM TUE               0.07
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                      10 AM TUE               0.07
CORINNE - 4238 FT                       10 AM TUE               0.07
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                      10 AM TUE               0.07
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT           11 AM TUE               0.06
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT               10 AM TUE               0.06
CLEARFIELD UDOT - 4685 FT               10 AM TUE               0.06
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    3 PM MON               0.06
CENTERVILLE - 4216 FT                   10 AM TUE               0.05
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT               10 AM TUE               0.05
WEST POINT - 4350 FT                    10 AM TUE               0.05
WEST WEBER - 4248 FT                     7 AM TUE               0.05
BRIGHAM CITY - 4230 FT                   5 PM MON               0.05
EAGLE LAKE - 4377 FT                    10 AM TUE               0.04

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
DRAPER 2 WNW - 4427 FT                   7 AM TUE               0.15
SALT LAKE CITY - 5305 FT                10 AM TUE               0.14
SALT LAKE CITY - 4568 FT                 7 AM TUE               0.14
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT        11 AM TUE               0.13
SALT LAKE CITY - 5088 FT                 7 AM TUE               0.12
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS - 5138 FT             7 AM TUE               0.12
MAGNA - 4400 FT                         10 AM TUE               0.11
UPPER MILLCREEK - 5050 FT                4 AM TUE               0.10
SALT LAKE CITY - 4753 FT                10 AM TUE               0.09
RIVERTON - 4429 FT                      10 AM TUE               0.09
SANDY - 5161 FT                         10 AM TUE               0.09
SANDY - 4714 FT                          7 AM TUE               0.09
SOUTH SALT LAKE - 4340 FT                7 AM TUE               0.09
SALT LAKE CITY - 5102 FT                10 AM TUE               0.08
HOLLADAY - 4540 FT                       7 AM TUE               0.08
DRAPER - 4426 FT                        10 AM TUE               0.07
DRAPER - 4418 FT                        10 AM TUE               0.07
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                10 AM TUE               0.07
SANDY - 4852 FT                          7 AM TUE               0.07
SANDY - 4637 FT                          7 AM TUE               0.07
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4281 FT              10 AM TUE               0.06
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT        10 AM TUE               0.06
SANDY - 4712 FT                         10 AM TUE               0.06
HOLLADAY - 4344 FT                      10 AM TUE               0.06
HOLLADAY - 4516 FT                      10 AM TUE               0.06
NORTH HOLLADAY - 4600 FT                10 AM TUE               0.06
RIVERTON - 4534 FT                       6 AM TUE               0.06
SOUTH JORDAN - 4551 FT                  10 AM TUE               0.05
RIVERTON - 4480 FT                      10 AM TUE               0.05
HERRIMAN - 5062 FT                      10 AM TUE               0.05
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS - 5230 FT             7 AM TUE               0.05
TRANS-JORDAN LANDFILL - 5201 FT         10 AM TUE               0.04
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                  10 AM TUE               0.04
WEST JORDAN - MSI - 4519 FT             10 AM TUE               0.04
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT           10 AM TUE               0.03
TAYLORSVILLE - 4593 FT                  10 AM TUE               0.03
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4317 FT               8 AM TUE               0.03
TAYLORSVILLE - 4482 FT                   7 AM TUE               0.03
TAYLORSVILLE-BENNION - 4594 FT           7 AM TUE               0.03
STANSBURY PARK - 4300 FT                11 AM TUE               0.02
TAYLORSVILLE - 4514 FT                  10 AM TUE               0.02
MURRAY - 4290 FT                        10 AM TUE               0.02
DRAPER - 5052 FT                        10 AM TUE               0.02
HOLLADAY - 4456 FT                       9 AM MON               0.02
GRANTSVILLE 2 W - 4480 FT                5 AM TUE               0.01

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SPANISH FORK - 4738 FT                  10 AM TUE               0.10
AMERICAN FORK - 4623 FT                  7 AM TUE               0.09
SPANISH FORK POWER HOUSE - 4720 FT       5 PM MON               0.09
SPANISH FORK - 4721 FT                  10 AM TUE               0.08
SPANISH FORK - 4734 FT                  10 AM TUE               0.08
PROVO - 4641 FT                         10 AM TUE               0.07
OREM - 4728 FT                          10 AM TUE               0.06
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT         10 AM TUE               0.04
LEHI - 4593 FT                          10 AM TUE               0.04
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4787 FT              10 AM TUE               0.03
LEHI - 4800 FT                           7 AM TUE               0.03
PROVO BYU - 4570 FT                      5 PM MON               0.03
NEPHI - 5002 FT                         10 AM TUE               0.02
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4655 FT              10 AM TUE               0.02
SPANISH FORK - 4580 FT                   7 AM TUE               0.02
ALPINE - 5070 FT                         5 PM MON               0.02

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
ROCKY BASIN-SETTLEME - 8900 FT           9 AM TUE               0.30
MINING FORK - 8000 FT                    9 AM TUE               0.20
CALLAO GATE - 4250 FT                   10 AM TUE               0.10
UTAH TEST RANGE - 4440 FT                5 PM MON               0.10
ENGLISH VILLAGE - 4788 FT               10 AM TUE               0.08
BLUE CREEK - 5170 FT                    10 AM TUE               0.07
TARGET R - 4311 FT                      10 AM TUE               0.06
SNOWVILLE (SOUTH) - 4812 FT             10 AM TUE               0.06
CAMEL BACK MTN - 5077 FT                10 AM TUE               0.05
TOWER GRID - 4346 FT                    10 AM TUE               0.05
JULIET ROAD - 4324 FT                   10 AM TUE               0.04
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                   10 AM TUE               0.04
SNOWVILLE - 4560 FT                     10 AM TUE               0.04
TARGET S - 4349 FT                      10 AM TUE               0.03
WHITE SAGE - 4363 FT                    10 AM TUE               0.03
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT              10 AM TUE               0.03
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        2 PM MON               0.03
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT             10 AM TUE               0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
SWANSONS ENV CENTER - 5700 FT           10 AM TUE               0.38
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        9 AM TUE               0.30
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                    10 AM TUE               0.27
MORGAN - 5059 FT                        10 AM TUE               0.15
COALVILLE - 5673 FT                     10 AM TUE               0.14
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT       10 AM TUE               0.14
HEBER CITY - 5768 FT                     9 AM TUE               0.14
MORGAN - 5092 FT                         7 AM TUE               0.13
DEER CREEK DAM - 5270 FT                 5 AM TUE               0.13
MORGAN UDOT - 5105 FT                   10 AM TUE               0.11

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
POWDER MOUNTAIN                          5 AM TUE      4.0      0.64
SNOWBASIN MID BOWL - 7402 FT             6 AM TUE      3.0      0.48
RANDOLPH - 6270 FT                       5 AM TUE      1.9      0.29
HORSE RIDGE - 8160 FT                    9 AM TUE               0.80
BUG LAKE - 7950 FT                       9 AM TUE               0.70
TONY GROVE LAKE - 8400 FT                9 AM TUE               0.70
MONTE CRISTO - 8960 FT                   9 AM TUE               0.70
USU DOC DANIEL - 8271 FT                 9 AM TUE               0.60
BLACKSMITH FORK - 5020 FT                9 AM TUE               0.53
LIGHTNING RIDGE - 8215 FT               10 AM TUE               0.50
BEN LOMOND PEAK - 8000 FT                9 AM TUE               0.50
DRY BREAD POND - 8350 FT                 9 AM TUE               0.50
KLONDIKE NARROWS - 7400 FT               9 AM TUE               0.50
PINEVIEW DAM - 4940 FT                   5 AM TUE               0.41
MANTUA - 5899 FT                        10 AM TUE               0.36
GARDEN CITY SUMMIT - 7600 FT             9 AM TUE               0.30
LOOKOUT PEAK - 8200 FT                   9 AM TUE               0.30
GARDEN CITY - 7615 FT                   10 AM TUE               0.24
LOST CREEK NR CROYDEN - 5840 FT          9 AM TUE               0.24
RANDOLPH UDOT - 6329 FT                 10 AM TUE               0.23
HARDWARE RANCH - 5564 FT                10 AM TUE               0.21
FARMINGTON - 8000 FT                     9 AM TUE               0.20
TEMPLE FORK - 7406 FT                    9 AM TUE               0.20
KILFOIL CREEK - 7400 FT                  9 AM TUE               0.20
LITTLE BEAR - 6550 FT                    9 AM TUE               0.20
EMIGRATION CANYON - 6024 FT             10 AM TUE               0.17
GARDEN CITY - 5959 FT                   10 AM TUE               0.13
BEN LOMOND TRAIL - 6000 FT               9 AM TUE               0.10
PARRISH CREEK - 7740 FT                  7 PM MON               0.10
LAKETOWN - 5980 FT                       5 PM MON               0.07
RANDOLPH - 6264 FT                      10 AM TUE               0.06
LAKETOWN UDOT - 5991 FT                 10 AM TUE               0.06
LAKETOWN - 5959 FT                      10 AM TUE               0.05
CITY CREEK WATER PLANT - 5330 FT         5 PM MON               0.05
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    2 PM MON               0.05
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       3 PM MON               0.02

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
BRIGHTON CREST - 9500 FT                 6 AM TUE      9.0      0.84
ALTA UDOT - 8799 FT                      5 AM TUE      8.0      0.63
THE CANYONS - 8800 FT                    7 AM TUE      6.0      0.50
ALTA - COLLINS - 9662 FT                 4 AM TUE      6.0      0.63
SNOWBIRD - 8100 FT                       6 AM TUE      4.0      0.59
PARK CITY SUMMIT - 9300 FT               4 PM MON      4.0      0.45
SOLITUDE - 8200 FT                       4 AM TUE      3.0      0.38
ALTA - 8730 FT                           5 PM MON      3.0      0.48
BIG COTTONWOOD SPRUCES - 7402 FT         6 AM TUE      2.0      0.40
SILVER LAKE BRIGHTON - 8740 FT           5 AM TUE      2.0      0.20
PROVO CANYON - 6100 FT                   6 AM TUE      1.0      0.32
SNOWBIRD - 9640 FT                       9 AM TUE               0.70
BRIGHTON - 8750 FT                       9 AM TUE               0.60
SUNDANCE - 7503 FT                      10 AM TUE               0.59
THAYNES CANYON - 9200 FT                 9 AM TUE               0.50
ALTA - BASE - 8560 FT                   10 AM TUE               0.48
DEER VALLEY - ONTARIO - 9100 FT         10 AM TUE               0.46
PAYSON R.S. - 8050 FT                    9 AM TUE               0.40
MILL-D NORTH - 8960 FT                   9 AM TUE               0.40
CASCADE MOUNTAIN - 7768 FT               8 AM TUE               0.20
TIMPANOGOS DIVIDE - 8140 FT              7 PM MON               0.20
TIMPANOGOS CAVE - 7999 FT                7 PM MON               0.02
FOUNTAIN GREEN 4ENE - 7166 FT           10 AM TUE               0.01

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
HEBER CITY 10 ESE - 8305 FT              8 AM TUE      1.0      0.33
STEEL CREEK PARK - 10100 FT              9 AM TUE               0.80
TRIAL LAKE - 9960 FT                     9 AM TUE               0.70
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                10 AM TUE               0.54
BEAR RIVER RS - 8500 FT                  9 AM TUE               0.50
REDDEN MINE LWR - 8500 FT                9 AM TUE               0.50
HAYDEN FORK - 9100 FT                    9 AM TUE               0.50
HEWINTA - 9500 FT                        9 AM TUE               0.50
CHALK CREEK #1 - 9100 FT                 9 AM TUE               0.50
WEST FORK BLACKSMITHS FORK - 9620 FT    10 AM TUE               0.33
BROWN DUCK - 10600 FT                    9 AM TUE               0.30
BEAVER DIVIDE - 8280 FT                  9 AM TUE               0.30
LAKEFORK BASIN - 10900 FT                9 AM TUE               0.30
WEBER RIVER NR OAKLEY 7NNE - 6653 FT    10 AM TUE               0.21
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                     10 AM TUE               0.20
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT          10 AM TUE               0.20
LILY LAKE - 9050 FT                      9 AM TUE               0.20
LAKEFORK #1 - 10100 FT                   9 AM TUE               0.20
CHALK CREEK #2 - 8200 FT                 9 AM TUE               0.20
BLACKS FORK JCT - 8870 FT                1 PM MON               0.20
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         3 PM MON               0.17
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         3 PM MON               0.17
BEAR RIVER - 8536 FT                     3 PM MON               0.15
OAKLEY - 7800 FT                         4 PM MON               0.12
HOLE-IN-ROCK - 9150 FT                   9 AM TUE               0.10
FIVE POINTS LAKE - 10920 FT              9 AM TUE               0.10
SMITH & MOREHOUSE - 7600 FT              7 PM MON               0.10
EF BLACKS FORK GS - 9308 FT              6 PM MON               0.10
CHEPETA - 10300 FT                       4 PM MON               0.10
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        3 PM MON               0.10

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
DANIELS-STRAWBERRY - 8000 FT             9 AM TUE               0.40
STRAWBERRY DIVIDE - 8400 FT              7 AM TUE               0.30
HUNTINGTON HORSE - 9657 FT               9 AM TUE               0.20
CLEAR CREEK #1 - 9200 FT                 9 AM TUE               0.20
WHITE RIVER #1 - 8550 FT                 9 AM TUE               0.20
CLEAR CREEK #2 - 8300 FT                 8 AM TUE               0.20
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                    3 PM MON               0.11
MAMMOTH-COTTONWOOD - 8800 FT             7 PM MON               0.10

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      9 AM TUE               0.05
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT           10 AM TUE               0.03
ALTAMONT - 6370 FT                       5 AM TUE               0.02
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      2 PM MON               0.01

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
MANTI RADIO - 5498 FT                    5 AM TUE               0.02

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
MUD SPRING - 5902 FT                     2 PM MON               0.01

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
GBRC MEADOWS - 9780 FT                   9 AM TUE               0.30
RED PINE RIDGE - 9200 FT                 9 AM TUE               0.30
MT BALDY - 9494 FT                       9 AM TUE               0.20
DILLS CAMP - 9200 FT                     2 PM MON               0.20
PICKLE KEG - 9600 FT                     9 AM TUE               0.10
GOOSEBERRY R.S. - 7920 FT                2 PM MON               0.10
10 ESE OAK CITY - 7268 FT               10 AM TUE               0.02
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          9 AM TUE               0.01

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT        11 AM TUE               0.24
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    2 PM MON               0.19


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


...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     8 AM MON     44 MPH

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
WEST OGDEN - 4222 FT                     2 PM MON     54 MPH
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            2 PM MON     52 MPH
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       2 PM MON     49 MPH
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     3 PM MON     47 MPH
LEGACY PARKWAY - 4215 FT                 3 PM MON     44 MPH
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                      2 PM MON     42 MPH
GREAT SALT LAKE MINERALS - 4212 FT       2 PM MON     42 MPH
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    3 PM MON     41 MPH
PORTABLE RWIS 2 - 4292 FT                1 PM MON     40 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         8 AM MON     59 MPH
SALT AIR - 4209 FT                       9 AM MON     55 MPH
FLIGHT PARK SOUTH - 5202 FT              8 PM MON     41 MPH
VERNON HILL - 5761 FT                    3 PM MON     41 MPH
TOOELE CITY - 5135 FT                    7 AM MON     40 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
PROMONTORY POINT - 6926 FT               2 PM MON     58 MPH
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              8 AM MON     57 MPH
UTTR THERMAL TREATMENT UNIT - 4915 FT    7 AM MON     55 MPH
WEST OF WILDCAT MTN - 4259 FT           12 PM MON     54 MPH
EAGLE RANGE - 4239 FT                    1 PM MON     53 MPH
HOGUP - 4229 FT                          6 AM MON     53 MPH
DIDDLE KNOLL - 4265 FT                   6 PM MON     51 MPH
GROOME - 4223 FT                         5 AM MON     51 MPH
BADGER ISLAND - 4199 FT                  9 AM MON     50 MPH
HAT ISLAND - 4242 FT                     2 PM MON     49 MPH
GUNNISON ISLAND - 4242 FT                6 PM MON     47 MPH
CAUSEWAY - 4246 FT                       6 PM MON     47 MPH
I-80 AT MP 1 - 4270 FT                   6 AM MON     47 MPH
UTTR OASIS COMPOUND - 4437 FT            7 AM MON     46 MPH
WENDOVER PORT OF ENTRY - 4227 FT         5 AM MON     46 MPH
WEST SALT FLATS - 4237 FT                5 PM MON     44 MPH
I-80 AT MP 29 - 4125 FT                  6 PM MON     43 MPH
SR-30 AT CURLEW - 4766 FT                5 PM MON     43 MPH
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT                2 PM MON     43 MPH
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT              12 PM MON     43 MPH
WEST GRANITE - 4403 FT                   7 PM MON     42 MPH
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 7 PM MON     41 MPH
JOHNSONS PASS - 6520 FT                  7 AM MON     41 MPH
UPPER CEDAR MTN - 7052 FT                7 AM MON     41 MPH
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                2 PM MON     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
TRAPPERS LOOP ROAD - 5774 FT             3 PM MON     45 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OGDEN PEAK - 9570 FT                     8 PM MON     63 MPH
SHERWOOD HILLS - 5039 FT                 2 PM MON     52 MPH
SR-16 @ MP1 - 6533 FT                    4 PM MON     48 MPH
SR-65 AT BIG MOUNTAIN PASS - 7433 FT     3 PM MON     48 MPH
WEBER CANYON POWER PLANT - 5801 FT       3 PM MON     46 MPH
POWDER MOUNTAIN - 8897 FT                9 AM TUE     45 MPH
PORTABLE RWIS 5 - 7612 FT                4 PM MON     42 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
CENTRAL WASATCH PEAKS - 11066 FT        11 PM MON     63 MPH
CENTRAL WASATCH PEAKS - 10443 FT        11 PM MON     44 MPH
PARLEYS CANYON AT QUARRY - 5100 FT       8 PM MON     42 MPH
PARK CITY - JUPITER - 10024 FT          11 AM MON     42 MPH
SUNDANCE - ARROWHEAD - 8251 FT          10 AM TUE     40 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
WINDY PEAK - 10662 FT                    6 PM MON     57 MPH
DRY RIDGE - 11565 FT                    11 PM MON     52 MPH
LOFTY LAKE PEAK - 11186 FT               9 AM MON     49 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
ROOSEVELT - 5171 FT                      1 PM MON     47 MPH
US-40 @ STARVATION - 5720 FT             1 PM MON     47 MPH

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
HANKSVILLE - 4444 FT                     8 PM MON     40 MPH

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
I-70 AT SALINA - 5226 FT                 2 PM MON     40 MPH
RICHFIELD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5299 FT    2 PM MON     40 MPH

...GLEN CANYON RECREATION AREA/LAKE POWELL...
BULLFROG MARINA - 3700 FT                9 PM MON     41 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SR-72 AT HOGAN PASS - 8977 FT            5 PM MON     54 MPH
FREMONT JUNCTION - 6801 FT               5 PM MON     44 MPH
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    3 PM MON     42 MPH

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
CIRCLEVILLE - 6120 FT                    9 PM MON     44 MPH
SR-12 AT BOULDER SUMMIT - 9595 FT        4 PM MON     41 MPH

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
FRENCH - 7375 FT                        10 AM TUE     46 MPH
CHURCH BUTTE - 6743 FT                   5 PM MON     45 MPH
PAINTER - 6939 FT                        4 PM MON     44 MPH
I-80 EAST OF EVANSTON - 7579 FT          4 PM MON     44 MPH
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         4 PM MON     43 MPH
COAL ROAD - 7349 FT                      4 PM MON     40 MPH


$$



000
NOUS41 KWBC 241621
PNSWSH

Technical Implementation Notice 15-14
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
1222 PM EDT Tue Mar 24 2015

To:       Subscribers:
          -Family of Services
          -NOAA Weather Wire Service
          -Emergency Managers Weather Information Network
          -NOAAPORT
          Other NWS Partners, Users and Employees

FROM:     Neal DiPasquale
          Director, Field Systems Operations Center
          Office of Operational Systems

SUBJECT:  Five NWS Upper Air Stations to Use GPS
          Lockheed Martin LMS-6 Radiosonde with the Radiosonde
          Replacement Systems (RRS) starting in April

Five NWS upper Air sites in the Pacific are scheduled to
transition from the GPS Lockheed Martin Mark IIA radiosonde to
the GPS Lockheed Martin LMS-6 radiosonde on or about the dates
listed below.

STATION NAME        WMO #      STN ID   Implementation Date
------------        -----      ------   -------------------
Majuro              91376      PKMR           April 2
Koror, Palau,WCI    91408      PTKR           April 2
Pohnpei, ECI        91348      PTTP           April 4
Yap, WCI            91413      PTYA           April 17
Chuuk, ECI          91334      PTTK           April 26

No missed observations are expected to occur during the
equipment transition. The WMO Radiosonde Identification Code for
the LMS-6 Radiosonde is 82.

If you have any questions regarding the change, contact:

Sterling Field Support Center
Office of Operational Systems
NOAA National Weather Service Headquarters
Email: nws.sfsc@noaa.gov
Phone: 703-661-1293

NWS National Technical Implementation Notices are online at:

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/os/notif.htm

$$



000
NOUS41 KWBC 241621
PNSWSH

Technical Implementation Notice 15-14
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
1222 PM EDT Tue Mar 24 2015

To:       Subscribers:
          -Family of Services
          -NOAA Weather Wire Service
          -Emergency Managers Weather Information Network
          -NOAAPORT
          Other NWS Partners, Users and Employees

FROM:     Neal DiPasquale
          Director, Field Systems Operations Center
          Office of Operational Systems

SUBJECT:  Five NWS Upper Air Stations to Use GPS
          Lockheed Martin LMS-6 Radiosonde with the Radiosonde
          Replacement Systems (RRS) starting in April

Five NWS upper Air sites in the Pacific are scheduled to
transition from the GPS Lockheed Martin Mark IIA radiosonde to
the GPS Lockheed Martin LMS-6 radiosonde on or about the dates
listed below.

STATION NAME        WMO #      STN ID   Implementation Date
------------        -----      ------   -------------------
Majuro              91376      PKMR           April 2
Koror, Palau,WCI    91408      PTKR           April 2
Pohnpei, ECI        91348      PTTP           April 4
Yap, WCI            91413      PTYA           April 17
Chuuk, ECI          91334      PTTK           April 26

No missed observations are expected to occur during the
equipment transition. The WMO Radiosonde Identification Code for
the LMS-6 Radiosonde is 82.

If you have any questions regarding the change, contact:

Sterling Field Support Center
Office of Operational Systems
NOAA National Weather Service Headquarters
Email: nws.sfsc@noaa.gov
Phone: 703-661-1293

NWS National Technical Implementation Notices are online at:

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/os/notif.htm

$$



000
NOUS41 KWBC 241621
PNSWSH

Technical Implementation Notice 15-14
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
1222 PM EDT Tue Mar 24 2015

To:       Subscribers:
          -Family of Services
          -NOAA Weather Wire Service
          -Emergency Managers Weather Information Network
          -NOAAPORT
          Other NWS Partners, Users and Employees

FROM:     Neal DiPasquale
          Director, Field Systems Operations Center
          Office of Operational Systems

SUBJECT:  Five NWS Upper Air Stations to Use GPS
          Lockheed Martin LMS-6 Radiosonde with the Radiosonde
          Replacement Systems (RRS) starting in April

Five NWS upper Air sites in the Pacific are scheduled to
transition from the GPS Lockheed Martin Mark IIA radiosonde to
the GPS Lockheed Martin LMS-6 radiosonde on or about the dates
listed below.

STATION NAME        WMO #      STN ID   Implementation Date
------------        -----      ------   -------------------
Majuro              91376      PKMR           April 2
Koror, Palau,WCI    91408      PTKR           April 2
Pohnpei, ECI        91348      PTTP           April 4
Yap, WCI            91413      PTYA           April 17
Chuuk, ECI          91334      PTTK           April 26

No missed observations are expected to occur during the
equipment transition. The WMO Radiosonde Identification Code for
the LMS-6 Radiosonde is 82.

If you have any questions regarding the change, contact:

Sterling Field Support Center
Office of Operational Systems
NOAA National Weather Service Headquarters
Email: nws.sfsc@noaa.gov
Phone: 703-661-1293

NWS National Technical Implementation Notices are online at:

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/os/notif.htm

$$



000
NOUS41 KWBC 241621
PNSWSH

Technical Implementation Notice 15-14
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
1222 PM EDT Tue Mar 24 2015

To:       Subscribers:
          -Family of Services
          -NOAA Weather Wire Service
          -Emergency Managers Weather Information Network
          -NOAAPORT
          Other NWS Partners, Users and Employees

FROM:     Neal DiPasquale
          Director, Field Systems Operations Center
          Office of Operational Systems

SUBJECT:  Five NWS Upper Air Stations to Use GPS
          Lockheed Martin LMS-6 Radiosonde with the Radiosonde
          Replacement Systems (RRS) starting in April

Five NWS upper Air sites in the Pacific are scheduled to
transition from the GPS Lockheed Martin Mark IIA radiosonde to
the GPS Lockheed Martin LMS-6 radiosonde on or about the dates
listed below.

STATION NAME        WMO #      STN ID   Implementation Date
------------        -----      ------   -------------------
Majuro              91376      PKMR           April 2
Koror, Palau,WCI    91408      PTKR           April 2
Pohnpei, ECI        91348      PTTP           April 4
Yap, WCI            91413      PTYA           April 17
Chuuk, ECI          91334      PTTK           April 26

No missed observations are expected to occur during the
equipment transition. The WMO Radiosonde Identification Code for
the LMS-6 Radiosonde is 82.

If you have any questions regarding the change, contact:

Sterling Field Support Center
Office of Operational Systems
NOAA National Weather Service Headquarters
Email: nws.sfsc@noaa.gov
Phone: 703-661-1293

NWS National Technical Implementation Notices are online at:

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/os/notif.htm

$$



000
NOUS43 KSGF 241425
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-251424

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
924 AM CDT TUE MAR 24 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Douglas   Ava                    72  39   0.00
Webster   Niangua                66  44   0.00
Barry     Roaring River SP       68  35   T
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            68  44   0.00
Hickory   Pittsburg 4W            M   M   0.40
Benton    Edwards 6W             68  42   0.50
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            69  48   0.03
Morgan    Laurie 4W               M   M   0.52
Morgan    Gravois Mills          63  35   0.20   Max wind gust of 22mph.
Stone     Crane 4N               65  45   M

$$



Frye


000
NOUS43 KSGF 241425
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-251424

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
924 AM CDT TUE MAR 24 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Douglas   Ava                    72  39   0.00
Webster   Niangua                66  44   0.00
Barry     Roaring River SP       68  35   T
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            68  44   0.00
Hickory   Pittsburg 4W            M   M   0.40
Benton    Edwards 6W             68  42   0.50
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            69  48   0.03
Morgan    Laurie 4W               M   M   0.52
Morgan    Gravois Mills          63  35   0.20   Max wind gust of 22mph.
Stone     Crane 4N               65  45   M

$$



Frye



000
NOUS43 KSGF 241425
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-251424

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
924 AM CDT TUE MAR 24 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Douglas   Ava                    72  39   0.00
Webster   Niangua                66  44   0.00
Barry     Roaring River SP       68  35   T
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            68  44   0.00
Hickory   Pittsburg 4W            M   M   0.40
Benton    Edwards 6W             68  42   0.50
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            69  48   0.03
Morgan    Laurie 4W               M   M   0.52
Morgan    Gravois Mills          63  35   0.20   Max wind gust of 22mph.
Stone     Crane 4N               65  45   M

$$



Frye


000
NOUS43 KSGF 241425
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-251424

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
924 AM CDT TUE MAR 24 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Douglas   Ava                    72  39   0.00
Webster   Niangua                66  44   0.00
Barry     Roaring River SP       68  35   T
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            68  44   0.00
Hickory   Pittsburg 4W            M   M   0.40
Benton    Edwards 6W             68  42   0.50
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            69  48   0.03
Morgan    Laurie 4W               M   M   0.52
Morgan    Gravois Mills          63  35   0.20   Max wind gust of 22mph.
Stone     Crane 4N               65  45   M

$$



Frye



000
NOUS45 KGJT 241400
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
759 AM MDT TUE MAR 24 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION REPORTS FROM
WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH, ENDING AROUND 8 AM TUESDAY. THE
FIRST VALUE IS RAINFALL OR WATER AMOUNTS IN SNOW, AND THE SECOND
VALUE IS SNOWFALL, WHEN APPROPRIATE. AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.


WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH 24 HOUR AIRPORT STATIONS:

ASPEN,                                   0.18.
CRAIG,                                   0.09.
GRAND JUNCTION,                          0.04.
MEEKER,                                  0.12.
RIFLE,                                   0.04.


OFFICIAL CLIMATE STATIONS OF WESTERN COLORADO:

4 MILES SOUTHWEST OF CRAIG,              0.10,     0.4.
PALISADE,                                0.17.


UNOFFICIAL STATIONS:

2 MILES NORTH OF AVON,                   0.04,     0.3.
GOTHIC,                                  0.24,     3.5.
1 MILE EAST OF SILT,                     0.06.
2 MILES NORTH OF WOLCOTT,                0.04,     0.7.
SNOWMASS SKI,                            0.58,     5.9.


CLIMATE REFERENCE NETWORK SITES OF WESTERN COLORADO:

30 MILES NORTH OF CRAIG,                 0.19.
2 MILES EAST OF DINOSAUR,                0.06.
15 MILES WEST OF MEEKER,                 0.02.
11 MILES NORTHEAST OF MONTROSE,          0.01.


$$


000
NOUS45 KGJT 241400
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
759 AM MDT TUE MAR 24 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION REPORTS FROM
WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH, ENDING AROUND 8 AM TUESDAY. THE
FIRST VALUE IS RAINFALL OR WATER AMOUNTS IN SNOW, AND THE SECOND
VALUE IS SNOWFALL, WHEN APPROPRIATE. AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.


WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH 24 HOUR AIRPORT STATIONS:

ASPEN,                                   0.18.
CRAIG,                                   0.09.
GRAND JUNCTION,                          0.04.
MEEKER,                                  0.12.
RIFLE,                                   0.04.


OFFICIAL CLIMATE STATIONS OF WESTERN COLORADO:

4 MILES SOUTHWEST OF CRAIG,              0.10,     0.4.
PALISADE,                                0.17.


UNOFFICIAL STATIONS:

2 MILES NORTH OF AVON,                   0.04,     0.3.
GOTHIC,                                  0.24,     3.5.
1 MILE EAST OF SILT,                     0.06.
2 MILES NORTH OF WOLCOTT,                0.04,     0.7.
SNOWMASS SKI,                            0.58,     5.9.


CLIMATE REFERENCE NETWORK SITES OF WESTERN COLORADO:

30 MILES NORTH OF CRAIG,                 0.19.
2 MILES EAST OF DINOSAUR,                0.06.
15 MILES WEST OF MEEKER,                 0.02.
11 MILES NORTHEAST OF MONTROSE,          0.01.


$$


000
NOUS45 KGJT 241400
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
759 AM MDT TUE MAR 24 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION REPORTS FROM
WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH, ENDING AROUND 8 AM TUESDAY. THE
FIRST VALUE IS RAINFALL OR WATER AMOUNTS IN SNOW, AND THE SECOND
VALUE IS SNOWFALL, WHEN APPROPRIATE. AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.


WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH 24 HOUR AIRPORT STATIONS:

ASPEN,                                   0.18.
CRAIG,                                   0.09.
GRAND JUNCTION,                          0.04.
MEEKER,                                  0.12.
RIFLE,                                   0.04.


OFFICIAL CLIMATE STATIONS OF WESTERN COLORADO:

4 MILES SOUTHWEST OF CRAIG,              0.10,     0.4.
PALISADE,                                0.17.


UNOFFICIAL STATIONS:

2 MILES NORTH OF AVON,                   0.04,     0.3.
GOTHIC,                                  0.24,     3.5.
1 MILE EAST OF SILT,                     0.06.
2 MILES NORTH OF WOLCOTT,                0.04,     0.7.
SNOWMASS SKI,                            0.58,     5.9.


CLIMATE REFERENCE NETWORK SITES OF WESTERN COLORADO:

30 MILES NORTH OF CRAIG,                 0.19.
2 MILES EAST OF DINOSAUR,                0.06.
15 MILES WEST OF MEEKER,                 0.02.
11 MILES NORTHEAST OF MONTROSE,          0.01.


$$


000
NOUS45 KGJT 241400
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
759 AM MDT TUE MAR 24 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION REPORTS FROM
WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH, ENDING AROUND 8 AM TUESDAY. THE
FIRST VALUE IS RAINFALL OR WATER AMOUNTS IN SNOW, AND THE SECOND
VALUE IS SNOWFALL, WHEN APPROPRIATE. AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.


WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH 24 HOUR AIRPORT STATIONS:

ASPEN,                                   0.18.
CRAIG,                                   0.09.
GRAND JUNCTION,                          0.04.
MEEKER,                                  0.12.
RIFLE,                                   0.04.


OFFICIAL CLIMATE STATIONS OF WESTERN COLORADO:

4 MILES SOUTHWEST OF CRAIG,              0.10,     0.4.
PALISADE,                                0.17.


UNOFFICIAL STATIONS:

2 MILES NORTH OF AVON,                   0.04,     0.3.
GOTHIC,                                  0.24,     3.5.
1 MILE EAST OF SILT,                     0.06.
2 MILES NORTH OF WOLCOTT,                0.04,     0.7.
SNOWMASS SKI,                            0.58,     5.9.


CLIMATE REFERENCE NETWORK SITES OF WESTERN COLORADO:

30 MILES NORTH OF CRAIG,                 0.19.
2 MILES EAST OF DINOSAUR,                0.06.
15 MILES WEST OF MEEKER,                 0.02.
11 MILES NORTHEAST OF MONTROSE,          0.01.


$$


000
NOUS41 KWBC 241215
PNSWSH

Technical Implementation Notice 15-08 Amended
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
815 AM EDT Tue Mar 24 2015

To:       Subscribers:
          -Family of Services
          -NOAA Weather Wire Service
          -Emergency Managers Weather Information Network
          -NOAAPORT
          Other NWS Partners and Employees

From:     Tim McClung
          Chief, Science Plans Branch
          Office of Science and Technology

Subject:  Amended: RTMA and URMA Upgrade: Effective
          April 14, 2015

Notice amended to change the implementation date from April 7,
2015 to April 14, 2015. In addition, there are updated links for
additional information about the Real-Time Mesoscale Analysis
(RTMA) and the Unrestricted Mesoscale Analysis (URMA).

Effective on or about Tuesday, April 14, 2015, beginning with
the 1300 Universal Coordinated Time (UTC) cycle, the National
Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP) will upgrade the
RTMA and URMA as follows:

- Changes to model components
- Addition of new product fields, including onto NOAAPORT
- Product output changes

1) Model Changes

- For the RTMA and URMA 2.5 km CONUS grids, replace the 13km
  RAP downscaled 1h-forecast with a blend of the downscaled
  3km HRRR 1h-forecast and a 4 km NAM-nest (variable-length)
  forecast for the first guess

- Enhance the GSI code to include a terrain-aware gross error
  check for all observations and a buddy-check for temperature
  observations

- Extend the look-back period for the 6-hourly URMA
  precipitation from 1-7 days:
  - Currently the 6-hourly Stage IV is a mosaic of the
    6-hourly Quantitative Precipitation Estimates (QPEs) from
    the 12 CONUS River Forecast Centers (RFCs). For this
    release, NCEP first produces 6-hourly totals from the
    8 Eastern/Central RFCs` hourly QPEs then combine these
    6-hourly totals with the four Western RFCs` (Northwest
    (NW) RFC, California-Nevada (CN) RFC, Colorado Basin (CB)
    RFC, Missouri Basin (MB) RFC) 6-hourly QPEs to arrive at
    a 6-hourly CONUS mosaic

  - Hourly Stage IV will be re-made hourly if there is new
    input after valid time for the next 23 hours, then again
    at 1, 3, 5 and 7 days after valid time

  - The 6-hourly Stage IV/URMA will be re-made hourly if
    there is new input for 24 hours after valid time, then
    the four 6-hourly mosaics covering a 12Z-12Z 24 hour
    period will be re-made at 1, 3, 5 and 7 days after the
    ending 12Z (the 6-hourly Stage IV precipitation is
    remapped to the 2.5km NDFD-CONUS and NWRFC grids at each
    update as precipitation URMA)

  - Each remake of the 6-hourly mosaic is followed by its
    remapping to the 2.5km CONUS and NWRFC grids as
    precipitation URMA

The use of the higher resolution models to build the first
guess and the enhanced observation quality control results in
an overall improved analysis for the 2DVar variables of the
RTMA/URMA, especially 2 meter temperature and 10 meter winds.
Using the primary hourly QPEs from the above eight Eastern/
Central RFCs and the overall extension of the look-back period to
7 days results in a more accurate final URMA precipitation.

2) Addition of Variables

NCEP is adding fields of Total Cloud Amount (TCDC) analysis and
Total Cloud Amount analysis uncertainty to the RTMA and URMA
GRIB2 files available on the NCEP ftp, http and NOMADS servers
via the following URLs (YYYYMMDD is the year, month day):

ftp://ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/pub/data/nccf/com/rtma/prod/rtma2p5.YYYYM
MDD

ftp://ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/pub/data/nccf/com/urma/prod/urma2p5.YYYYM
MDD

http://www.ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/data/nccf/com/rtma/prod/rtma2p5.YYYY
MMDD

http://www.ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/data/nccf/com/urma/prod/urma2p5.YYYY
MMDD

www.nomads.ncep.noaa.gov/pub/data/nccf/com/rtma/prod/rtma2p5.YYYY
MMDD

- Total Cloud Amount (TCDC) analysis will be added to:
     rtma2p5.tCCz.2dvaranl_ndfd.grb2
     rtma2p5.tCCz.2dvaranl_nwrfc.grb2
     urma2p5.tCCz.2dvaranl_ndfd.grb2
     urma2p5.tCCz.2dvaranl_nwrfc.grb2

- Total Cloud Amount (TCDC) analysis uncertainty will be added
to:
     rtma2p5.tCCz.2dvarerr_ndfd.grb2
     rtma2p5.tCCz.2dvarerr_nwrfc.grb2
     urma2p5.tCCz.2dvarerr_ndfd.grb2
     urma2p5.tCCz.2dvarerr_nwrfc.grb2

These additional RTMA and URMA variables will also be added to
the ftp server for NDGD downloads and to NOAAPORT

ftp://tgftp.nws.noaa.gov/SL.us008001/ST.opnl/DF.gr2/DC.ndgd/GT.rt
ma/AR.conus

ftp://tgftp.nws.noaa.gov/SL.us008001/ST.opnl/DF.gr2/DC.ndgd/GT.ur
ma/AR.conus

     file name - ds.tcdc.bin

  WMO header information will be as follows:
  T1T2A1A2ii cccc where
    T1 = L
    T2 = A - Total cloud cover
    A1 specifies the grid id as follows
      I - RTMA CONUS 2.5 km grid 184
      Q - URMA CONUS 2.5 km grid 184
    A2 specifies the forecast hour as follows:
      A = 00 (Analysis)
    ii = 98 - Surface or 2m above ground
    cccc = KWBR

      LAIA98 KWBR         RTMA TCDC Analysis
      LAIA98 KWBR         RTMA TCDC Analysis Uncertainty
      LAQA98 KWBR         URMA TCDC Analysis
      LAQA98 KWBR         URMA TCDC Analysis Uncertainty

3) Output Changes

All filenames and paths given are on the NCEP ftp server, the
NCEP http server, or NCEP NOMADS server, respectively, via the
following URLs (YYYYMMDD is the year, month, day):

- RTMA 2.5 km precipitation data will be relocated from:
    data/nccf/com/rtma2p5/prod/rtma2p5.YYYYMMDD
    to -> data/nccf/com/rtma/prod/rtma2p5.YYYYMMDD

- URMA 2.5 km precipitation file names will change from:
    pcpurma_g184.YYYYMMDDCC.06h
    to -> urma2p5.YYYYMMDDCC.pcp_06h.184.grb2
    pcpurma_g188.YYYYMMDDCC.06h
    to -> urma2p5.YYYYMMDDCC.pcp_06h.188.grb2

- RTMA 2.5 km precipitation file names will change from:
    rtma2p5.tCCz.pcpn_ndfd.grb2
    to -> rtma2p5.YYYYMMDDCC.pcp.184.grb2


4) Sample Parallel Data

A parallel feed of data will be available on the NCEP HTTP
server in mid-February. The parallel data will be available
via the following URLs:

http://para.nomads.ncep.noaa.gov/pub/data/nccf/com/rtma/para/

http://para.nomads.ncep.noaa.gov/pub/data/nccf/com/urma/para/

http://para.nomads.ncep.noaa.gov/pub/data/nccf/com/hourly/para/

More information about the RTMA and URMA is available at:

Parallel RTMA:
http://www.emc.ncep.noaa.gov/mmb/jcarley/rtma_urma/RTMAP

Parallel URMA:
http://www.emc.ncep.noaa.gov/mmb/jcarley/rtma_urma/URMAP

Operational RTMA:
http://www.emc.ncep.noaa.gov/mmb/jcarley/rtma_urma/RTMA

Parallel URMA:
http://www.emc.ncep.noaa.gov/mmb/jcarley/rtma_urma/URMA

Parallel vs. Ops RTMA:
http://www.emc.ncep.noaa.gov/mmb/jcarley/rtma_urma/RTMAP-RTMA

Parallel vs. Ops URMA:
http://www.emc.ncep.noaa.gov/mmb/jcarley/rtma_urma/URMAP-URMA

Information about the precipitation URMA, with links to
parallel run data directories:

http://www.emc.ncep.noaa.gov/mmb/ylin/pcpanl/urma/precip_urma.htm
l

For questions regarding these changes, please contact:

    Geoff DiMego
    NCEP/EMC Mesoscale Modeling Branch
    College Park, Maryland
    301-683-3764
    geoff.dimego@noaa.gov

For questions regarding the data flow aspects of these data
sets, please contact:

    Carissa Klemmer
    NCEP/NCO Dataflow Team
    College Park, Maryland
    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 241215
PNSWSH

Technical Implementation Notice 15-08 Amended
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
815 AM EDT Tue Mar 24 2015

To:       Subscribers:
          -Family of Services
          -NOAA Weather Wire Service
          -Emergency Managers Weather Information Network
          -NOAAPORT
          Other NWS Partners and Employees

From:     Tim McClung
          Chief, Science Plans Branch
          Office of Science and Technology

Subject:  Amended: RTMA and URMA Upgrade: Effective
          April 14, 2015

Notice amended to change the implementation date from April 7,
2015 to April 14, 2015. In addition, there are updated links for
additional information about the Real-Time Mesoscale Analysis
(RTMA) and the Unrestricted Mesoscale Analysis (URMA).

Effective on or about Tuesday, April 14, 2015, beginning with
the 1300 Universal Coordinated Time (UTC) cycle, the National
Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP) will upgrade the
RTMA and URMA as follows:

- Changes to model components
- Addition of new product fields, including onto NOAAPORT
- Product output changes

1) Model Changes

- For the RTMA and URMA 2.5 km CONUS grids, replace the 13km
  RAP downscaled 1h-forecast with a blend of the downscaled
  3km HRRR 1h-forecast and a 4 km NAM-nest (variable-length)
  forecast for the first guess

- Enhance the GSI code to include a terrain-aware gross error
  check for all observations and a buddy-check for temperature
  observations

- Extend the look-back period for the 6-hourly URMA
  precipitation from 1-7 days:
  - Currently the 6-hourly Stage IV is a mosaic of the
    6-hourly Quantitative Precipitation Estimates (QPEs) from
    the 12 CONUS River Forecast Centers (RFCs). For this
    release, NCEP first produces 6-hourly totals from the
    8 Eastern/Central RFCs` hourly QPEs then combine these
    6-hourly totals with the four Western RFCs` (Northwest
    (NW) RFC, California-Nevada (CN) RFC, Colorado Basin (CB)
    RFC, Missouri Basin (MB) RFC) 6-hourly QPEs to arrive at
    a 6-hourly CONUS mosaic

  - Hourly Stage IV will be re-made hourly if there is new
    input after valid time for the next 23 hours, then again
    at 1, 3, 5 and 7 days after valid time

  - The 6-hourly Stage IV/URMA will be re-made hourly if
    there is new input for 24 hours after valid time, then
    the four 6-hourly mosaics covering a 12Z-12Z 24 hour
    period will be re-made at 1, 3, 5 and 7 days after the
    ending 12Z (the 6-hourly Stage IV precipitation is
    remapped to the 2.5km NDFD-CONUS and NWRFC grids at each
    update as precipitation URMA)

  - Each remake of the 6-hourly mosaic is followed by its
    remapping to the 2.5km CONUS and NWRFC grids as
    precipitation URMA

The use of the higher resolution models to build the first
guess and the enhanced observation quality control results in
an overall improved analysis for the 2DVar variables of the
RTMA/URMA, especially 2 meter temperature and 10 meter winds.
Using the primary hourly QPEs from the above eight Eastern/
Central RFCs and the overall extension of the look-back period to
7 days results in a more accurate final URMA precipitation.

2) Addition of Variables

NCEP is adding fields of Total Cloud Amount (TCDC) analysis and
Total Cloud Amount analysis uncertainty to the RTMA and URMA
GRIB2 files available on the NCEP ftp, http and NOMADS servers
via the following URLs (YYYYMMDD is the year, month day):

ftp://ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/pub/data/nccf/com/rtma/prod/rtma2p5.YYYYM
MDD

ftp://ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/pub/data/nccf/com/urma/prod/urma2p5.YYYYM
MDD

http://www.ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/data/nccf/com/rtma/prod/rtma2p5.YYYY
MMDD

http://www.ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/data/nccf/com/urma/prod/urma2p5.YYYY
MMDD

www.nomads.ncep.noaa.gov/pub/data/nccf/com/rtma/prod/rtma2p5.YYYY
MMDD

- Total Cloud Amount (TCDC) analysis will be added to:
     rtma2p5.tCCz.2dvaranl_ndfd.grb2
     rtma2p5.tCCz.2dvaranl_nwrfc.grb2
     urma2p5.tCCz.2dvaranl_ndfd.grb2
     urma2p5.tCCz.2dvaranl_nwrfc.grb2

- Total Cloud Amount (TCDC) analysis uncertainty will be added
to:
     rtma2p5.tCCz.2dvarerr_ndfd.grb2
     rtma2p5.tCCz.2dvarerr_nwrfc.grb2
     urma2p5.tCCz.2dvarerr_ndfd.grb2
     urma2p5.tCCz.2dvarerr_nwrfc.grb2

These additional RTMA and URMA variables will also be added to
the ftp server for NDGD downloads and to NOAAPORT

ftp://tgftp.nws.noaa.gov/SL.us008001/ST.opnl/DF.gr2/DC.ndgd/GT.rt
ma/AR.conus

ftp://tgftp.nws.noaa.gov/SL.us008001/ST.opnl/DF.gr2/DC.ndgd/GT.ur
ma/AR.conus

     file name - ds.tcdc.bin

  WMO header information will be as follows:
  T1T2A1A2ii cccc where
    T1 = L
    T2 = A - Total cloud cover
    A1 specifies the grid id as follows
      I - RTMA CONUS 2.5 km grid 184
      Q - URMA CONUS 2.5 km grid 184
    A2 specifies the forecast hour as follows:
      A = 00 (Analysis)
    ii = 98 - Surface or 2m above ground
    cccc = KWBR

      LAIA98 KWBR         RTMA TCDC Analysis
      LAIA98 KWBR         RTMA TCDC Analysis Uncertainty
      LAQA98 KWBR         URMA TCDC Analysis
      LAQA98 KWBR         URMA TCDC Analysis Uncertainty

3) Output Changes

All filenames and paths given are on the NCEP ftp server, the
NCEP http server, or NCEP NOMADS server, respectively, via the
following URLs (YYYYMMDD is the year, month, day):

- RTMA 2.5 km precipitation data will be relocated from:
    data/nccf/com/rtma2p5/prod/rtma2p5.YYYYMMDD
    to -> data/nccf/com/rtma/prod/rtma2p5.YYYYMMDD

- URMA 2.5 km precipitation file names will change from:
    pcpurma_g184.YYYYMMDDCC.06h
    to -> urma2p5.YYYYMMDDCC.pcp_06h.184.grb2
    pcpurma_g188.YYYYMMDDCC.06h
    to -> urma2p5.YYYYMMDDCC.pcp_06h.188.grb2

- RTMA 2.5 km precipitation file names will change from:
    rtma2p5.tCCz.pcpn_ndfd.grb2
    to -> rtma2p5.YYYYMMDDCC.pcp.184.grb2


4) Sample Parallel Data

A parallel feed of data will be available on the NCEP HTTP
server in mid-February. The parallel data will be available
via the following URLs:

http://para.nomads.ncep.noaa.gov/pub/data/nccf/com/rtma/para/

http://para.nomads.ncep.noaa.gov/pub/data/nccf/com/urma/para/

http://para.nomads.ncep.noaa.gov/pub/data/nccf/com/hourly/para/

More information about the RTMA and URMA is available at:

Parallel RTMA:
http://www.emc.ncep.noaa.gov/mmb/jcarley/rtma_urma/RTMAP

Parallel URMA:
http://www.emc.ncep.noaa.gov/mmb/jcarley/rtma_urma/URMAP

Operational RTMA:
http://www.emc.ncep.noaa.gov/mmb/jcarley/rtma_urma/RTMA

Parallel URMA:
http://www.emc.ncep.noaa.gov/mmb/jcarley/rtma_urma/URMA

Parallel vs. Ops RTMA:
http://www.emc.ncep.noaa.gov/mmb/jcarley/rtma_urma/RTMAP-RTMA

Parallel vs. Ops URMA:
http://www.emc.ncep.noaa.gov/mmb/jcarley/rtma_urma/URMAP-URMA

Information about the precipitation URMA, with links to
parallel run data directories:

http://www.emc.ncep.noaa.gov/mmb/ylin/pcpanl/urma/precip_urma.htm
l

For questions regarding these changes, please contact:

    Geoff DiMego
    NCEP/EMC Mesoscale Modeling Branch
    College Park, Maryland
    301-683-3764
    geoff.dimego@noaa.gov

For questions regarding the data flow aspects of these data
sets, please contact:

    Carissa Klemmer
    NCEP/NCO Dataflow Team
    College Park, Maryland
    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 241215
PNSWSH

Technical Implementation Notice 15-08 Amended
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
815 AM EDT Tue Mar 24 2015

To:       Subscribers:
          -Family of Services
          -NOAA Weather Wire Service
          -Emergency Managers Weather Information Network
          -NOAAPORT
          Other NWS Partners and Employees

From:     Tim McClung
          Chief, Science Plans Branch
          Office of Science and Technology

Subject:  Amended: RTMA and URMA Upgrade: Effective
          April 14, 2015

Notice amended to change the implementation date from April 7,
2015 to April 14, 2015. In addition, there are updated links for
additional information about the Real-Time Mesoscale Analysis
(RTMA) and the Unrestricted Mesoscale Analysis (URMA).

Effective on or about Tuesday, April 14, 2015, beginning with
the 1300 Universal Coordinated Time (UTC) cycle, the National
Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP) will upgrade the
RTMA and URMA as follows:

- Changes to model components
- Addition of new product fields, including onto NOAAPORT
- Product output changes

1) Model Changes

- For the RTMA and URMA 2.5 km CONUS grids, replace the 13km
  RAP downscaled 1h-forecast with a blend of the downscaled
  3km HRRR 1h-forecast and a 4 km NAM-nest (variable-length)
  forecast for the first guess

- Enhance the GSI code to include a terrain-aware gross error
  check for all observations and a buddy-check for temperature
  observations

- Extend the look-back period for the 6-hourly URMA
  precipitation from 1-7 days:
  - Currently the 6-hourly Stage IV is a mosaic of the
    6-hourly Quantitative Precipitation Estimates (QPEs) from
    the 12 CONUS River Forecast Centers (RFCs). For this
    release, NCEP first produces 6-hourly totals from the
    8 Eastern/Central RFCs` hourly QPEs then combine these
    6-hourly totals with the four Western RFCs` (Northwest
    (NW) RFC, California-Nevada (CN) RFC, Colorado Basin (CB)
    RFC, Missouri Basin (MB) RFC) 6-hourly QPEs to arrive at
    a 6-hourly CONUS mosaic

  - Hourly Stage IV will be re-made hourly if there is new
    input after valid time for the next 23 hours, then again
    at 1, 3, 5 and 7 days after valid time

  - The 6-hourly Stage IV/URMA will be re-made hourly if
    there is new input for 24 hours after valid time, then
    the four 6-hourly mosaics covering a 12Z-12Z 24 hour
    period will be re-made at 1, 3, 5 and 7 days after the
    ending 12Z (the 6-hourly Stage IV precipitation is
    remapped to the 2.5km NDFD-CONUS and NWRFC grids at each
    update as precipitation URMA)

  - Each remake of the 6-hourly mosaic is followed by its
    remapping to the 2.5km CONUS and NWRFC grids as
    precipitation URMA

The use of the higher resolution models to build the first
guess and the enhanced observation quality control results in
an overall improved analysis for the 2DVar variables of the
RTMA/URMA, especially 2 meter temperature and 10 meter winds.
Using the primary hourly QPEs from the above eight Eastern/
Central RFCs and the overall extension of the look-back period to
7 days results in a more accurate final URMA precipitation.

2) Addition of Variables

NCEP is adding fields of Total Cloud Amount (TCDC) analysis and
Total Cloud Amount analysis uncertainty to the RTMA and URMA
GRIB2 files available on the NCEP ftp, http and NOMADS servers
via the following URLs (YYYYMMDD is the year, month day):

ftp://ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/pub/data/nccf/com/rtma/prod/rtma2p5.YYYYM
MDD

ftp://ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/pub/data/nccf/com/urma/prod/urma2p5.YYYYM
MDD

http://www.ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/data/nccf/com/rtma/prod/rtma2p5.YYYY
MMDD

http://www.ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/data/nccf/com/urma/prod/urma2p5.YYYY
MMDD

www.nomads.ncep.noaa.gov/pub/data/nccf/com/rtma/prod/rtma2p5.YYYY
MMDD

- Total Cloud Amount (TCDC) analysis will be added to:
     rtma2p5.tCCz.2dvaranl_ndfd.grb2
     rtma2p5.tCCz.2dvaranl_nwrfc.grb2
     urma2p5.tCCz.2dvaranl_ndfd.grb2
     urma2p5.tCCz.2dvaranl_nwrfc.grb2

- Total Cloud Amount (TCDC) analysis uncertainty will be added
to:
     rtma2p5.tCCz.2dvarerr_ndfd.grb2
     rtma2p5.tCCz.2dvarerr_nwrfc.grb2
     urma2p5.tCCz.2dvarerr_ndfd.grb2
     urma2p5.tCCz.2dvarerr_nwrfc.grb2

These additional RTMA and URMA variables will also be added to
the ftp server for NDGD downloads and to NOAAPORT

ftp://tgftp.nws.noaa.gov/SL.us008001/ST.opnl/DF.gr2/DC.ndgd/GT.rt
ma/AR.conus

ftp://tgftp.nws.noaa.gov/SL.us008001/ST.opnl/DF.gr2/DC.ndgd/GT.ur
ma/AR.conus

     file name - ds.tcdc.bin

  WMO header information will be as follows:
  T1T2A1A2ii cccc where
    T1 = L
    T2 = A - Total cloud cover
    A1 specifies the grid id as follows
      I - RTMA CONUS 2.5 km grid 184
      Q - URMA CONUS 2.5 km grid 184
    A2 specifies the forecast hour as follows:
      A = 00 (Analysis)
    ii = 98 - Surface or 2m above ground
    cccc = KWBR

      LAIA98 KWBR         RTMA TCDC Analysis
      LAIA98 KWBR         RTMA TCDC Analysis Uncertainty
      LAQA98 KWBR         URMA TCDC Analysis
      LAQA98 KWBR         URMA TCDC Analysis Uncertainty

3) Output Changes

All filenames and paths given are on the NCEP ftp server, the
NCEP http server, or NCEP NOMADS server, respectively, via the
following URLs (YYYYMMDD is the year, month, day):

- RTMA 2.5 km precipitation data will be relocated from:
    data/nccf/com/rtma2p5/prod/rtma2p5.YYYYMMDD
    to -> data/nccf/com/rtma/prod/rtma2p5.YYYYMMDD

- URMA 2.5 km precipitation file names will change from:
    pcpurma_g184.YYYYMMDDCC.06h
    to -> urma2p5.YYYYMMDDCC.pcp_06h.184.grb2
    pcpurma_g188.YYYYMMDDCC.06h
    to -> urma2p5.YYYYMMDDCC.pcp_06h.188.grb2

- RTMA 2.5 km precipitation file names will change from:
    rtma2p5.tCCz.pcpn_ndfd.grb2
    to -> rtma2p5.YYYYMMDDCC.pcp.184.grb2


4) Sample Parallel Data

A parallel feed of data will be available on the NCEP HTTP
server in mid-February. The parallel data will be available
via the following URLs:

http://para.nomads.ncep.noaa.gov/pub/data/nccf/com/rtma/para/

http://para.nomads.ncep.noaa.gov/pub/data/nccf/com/urma/para/

http://para.nomads.ncep.noaa.gov/pub/data/nccf/com/hourly/para/

More information about the RTMA and URMA is available at:

Parallel RTMA:
http://www.emc.ncep.noaa.gov/mmb/jcarley/rtma_urma/RTMAP

Parallel URMA:
http://www.emc.ncep.noaa.gov/mmb/jcarley/rtma_urma/URMAP

Operational RTMA:
http://www.emc.ncep.noaa.gov/mmb/jcarley/rtma_urma/RTMA

Parallel URMA:
http://www.emc.ncep.noaa.gov/mmb/jcarley/rtma_urma/URMA

Parallel vs. Ops RTMA:
http://www.emc.ncep.noaa.gov/mmb/jcarley/rtma_urma/RTMAP-RTMA

Parallel vs. Ops URMA:
http://www.emc.ncep.noaa.gov/mmb/jcarley/rtma_urma/URMAP-URMA

Information about the precipitation URMA, with links to
parallel run data directories:

http://www.emc.ncep.noaa.gov/mmb/ylin/pcpanl/urma/precip_urma.htm
l

For questions regarding these changes, please contact:

    Geoff DiMego
    NCEP/EMC Mesoscale Modeling Branch
    College Park, Maryland
    301-683-3764
    geoff.dimego@noaa.gov

For questions regarding the data flow aspects of these data
sets, please contact:

    Carissa Klemmer
    NCEP/NCO Dataflow Team
    College Park, Maryland
    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 241215
PNSWSH

Technical Implementation Notice 15-08 Amended
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
815 AM EDT Tue Mar 24 2015

To:       Subscribers:
          -Family of Services
          -NOAA Weather Wire Service
          -Emergency Managers Weather Information Network
          -NOAAPORT
          Other NWS Partners and Employees

From:     Tim McClung
          Chief, Science Plans Branch
          Office of Science and Technology

Subject:  Amended: RTMA and URMA Upgrade: Effective
          April 14, 2015

Notice amended to change the implementation date from April 7,
2015 to April 14, 2015. In addition, there are updated links for
additional information about the Real-Time Mesoscale Analysis
(RTMA) and the Unrestricted Mesoscale Analysis (URMA).

Effective on or about Tuesday, April 14, 2015, beginning with
the 1300 Universal Coordinated Time (UTC) cycle, the National
Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP) will upgrade the
RTMA and URMA as follows:

- Changes to model components
- Addition of new product fields, including onto NOAAPORT
- Product output changes

1) Model Changes

- For the RTMA and URMA 2.5 km CONUS grids, replace the 13km
  RAP downscaled 1h-forecast with a blend of the downscaled
  3km HRRR 1h-forecast and a 4 km NAM-nest (variable-length)
  forecast for the first guess

- Enhance the GSI code to include a terrain-aware gross error
  check for all observations and a buddy-check for temperature
  observations

- Extend the look-back period for the 6-hourly URMA
  precipitation from 1-7 days:
  - Currently the 6-hourly Stage IV is a mosaic of the
    6-hourly Quantitative Precipitation Estimates (QPEs) from
    the 12 CONUS River Forecast Centers (RFCs). For this
    release, NCEP first produces 6-hourly totals from the
    8 Eastern/Central RFCs` hourly QPEs then combine these
    6-hourly totals with the four Western RFCs` (Northwest
    (NW) RFC, California-Nevada (CN) RFC, Colorado Basin (CB)
    RFC, Missouri Basin (MB) RFC) 6-hourly QPEs to arrive at
    a 6-hourly CONUS mosaic

  - Hourly Stage IV will be re-made hourly if there is new
    input after valid time for the next 23 hours, then again
    at 1, 3, 5 and 7 days after valid time

  - The 6-hourly Stage IV/URMA will be re-made hourly if
    there is new input for 24 hours after valid time, then
    the four 6-hourly mosaics covering a 12Z-12Z 24 hour
    period will be re-made at 1, 3, 5 and 7 days after the
    ending 12Z (the 6-hourly Stage IV precipitation is
    remapped to the 2.5km NDFD-CONUS and NWRFC grids at each
    update as precipitation URMA)

  - Each remake of the 6-hourly mosaic is followed by its
    remapping to the 2.5km CONUS and NWRFC grids as
    precipitation URMA

The use of the higher resolution models to build the first
guess and the enhanced observation quality control results in
an overall improved analysis for the 2DVar variables of the
RTMA/URMA, especially 2 meter temperature and 10 meter winds.
Using the primary hourly QPEs from the above eight Eastern/
Central RFCs and the overall extension of the look-back period to
7 days results in a more accurate final URMA precipitation.

2) Addition of Variables

NCEP is adding fields of Total Cloud Amount (TCDC) analysis and
Total Cloud Amount analysis uncertainty to the RTMA and URMA
GRIB2 files available on the NCEP ftp, http and NOMADS servers
via the following URLs (YYYYMMDD is the year, month day):

ftp://ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/pub/data/nccf/com/rtma/prod/rtma2p5.YYYYM
MDD

ftp://ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/pub/data/nccf/com/urma/prod/urma2p5.YYYYM
MDD

http://www.ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/data/nccf/com/rtma/prod/rtma2p5.YYYY
MMDD

http://www.ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/data/nccf/com/urma/prod/urma2p5.YYYY
MMDD

www.nomads.ncep.noaa.gov/pub/data/nccf/com/rtma/prod/rtma2p5.YYYY
MMDD

- Total Cloud Amount (TCDC) analysis will be added to:
     rtma2p5.tCCz.2dvaranl_ndfd.grb2
     rtma2p5.tCCz.2dvaranl_nwrfc.grb2
     urma2p5.tCCz.2dvaranl_ndfd.grb2
     urma2p5.tCCz.2dvaranl_nwrfc.grb2

- Total Cloud Amount (TCDC) analysis uncertainty will be added
to:
     rtma2p5.tCCz.2dvarerr_ndfd.grb2
     rtma2p5.tCCz.2dvarerr_nwrfc.grb2
     urma2p5.tCCz.2dvarerr_ndfd.grb2
     urma2p5.tCCz.2dvarerr_nwrfc.grb2

These additional RTMA and URMA variables will also be added to
the ftp server for NDGD downloads and to NOAAPORT

ftp://tgftp.nws.noaa.gov/SL.us008001/ST.opnl/DF.gr2/DC.ndgd/GT.rt
ma/AR.conus

ftp://tgftp.nws.noaa.gov/SL.us008001/ST.opnl/DF.gr2/DC.ndgd/GT.ur
ma/AR.conus

     file name - ds.tcdc.bin

  WMO header information will be as follows:
  T1T2A1A2ii cccc where
    T1 = L
    T2 = A - Total cloud cover
    A1 specifies the grid id as follows
      I - RTMA CONUS 2.5 km grid 184
      Q - URMA CONUS 2.5 km grid 184
    A2 specifies the forecast hour as follows:
      A = 00 (Analysis)
    ii = 98 - Surface or 2m above ground
    cccc = KWBR

      LAIA98 KWBR         RTMA TCDC Analysis
      LAIA98 KWBR         RTMA TCDC Analysis Uncertainty
      LAQA98 KWBR         URMA TCDC Analysis
      LAQA98 KWBR         URMA TCDC Analysis Uncertainty

3) Output Changes

All filenames and paths given are on the NCEP ftp server, the
NCEP http server, or NCEP NOMADS server, respectively, via the
following URLs (YYYYMMDD is the year, month, day):

- RTMA 2.5 km precipitation data will be relocated from:
    data/nccf/com/rtma2p5/prod/rtma2p5.YYYYMMDD
    to -> data/nccf/com/rtma/prod/rtma2p5.YYYYMMDD

- URMA 2.5 km precipitation file names will change from:
    pcpurma_g184.YYYYMMDDCC.06h
    to -> urma2p5.YYYYMMDDCC.pcp_06h.184.grb2
    pcpurma_g188.YYYYMMDDCC.06h
    to -> urma2p5.YYYYMMDDCC.pcp_06h.188.grb2

- RTMA 2.5 km precipitation file names will change from:
    rtma2p5.tCCz.pcpn_ndfd.grb2
    to -> rtma2p5.YYYYMMDDCC.pcp.184.grb2


4) Sample Parallel Data

A parallel feed of data will be available on the NCEP HTTP
server in mid-February. The parallel data will be available
via the following URLs:

http://para.nomads.ncep.noaa.gov/pub/data/nccf/com/rtma/para/

http://para.nomads.ncep.noaa.gov/pub/data/nccf/com/urma/para/

http://para.nomads.ncep.noaa.gov/pub/data/nccf/com/hourly/para/

More information about the RTMA and URMA is available at:

Parallel RTMA:
http://www.emc.ncep.noaa.gov/mmb/jcarley/rtma_urma/RTMAP

Parallel URMA:
http://www.emc.ncep.noaa.gov/mmb/jcarley/rtma_urma/URMAP

Operational RTMA:
http://www.emc.ncep.noaa.gov/mmb/jcarley/rtma_urma/RTMA

Parallel URMA:
http://www.emc.ncep.noaa.gov/mmb/jcarley/rtma_urma/URMA

Parallel vs. Ops RTMA:
http://www.emc.ncep.noaa.gov/mmb/jcarley/rtma_urma/RTMAP-RTMA

Parallel vs. Ops URMA:
http://www.emc.ncep.noaa.gov/mmb/jcarley/rtma_urma/URMAP-URMA

Information about the precipitation URMA, with links to
parallel run data directories:

http://www.emc.ncep.noaa.gov/mmb/ylin/pcpanl/urma/precip_urma.htm
l

For questions regarding these changes, please contact:

    Geoff DiMego
    NCEP/EMC Mesoscale Modeling Branch
    College Park, Maryland
    301-683-3764
    geoff.dimego@noaa.gov

For questions regarding the data flow aspects of these data
sets, please contact:

    Carissa Klemmer
    NCEP/NCO Dataflow Team
    College Park, Maryland
    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 241215
PNSWSH

Technical Implementation Notice 15-08 Amended
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
815 AM EDT Tue Mar 24 2015

To:       Subscribers:
          -Family of Services
          -NOAA Weather Wire Service
          -Emergency Managers Weather Information Network
          -NOAAPORT
          Other NWS Partners and Employees

From:     Tim McClung
          Chief, Science Plans Branch
          Office of Science and Technology

Subject:  Amended: RTMA and URMA Upgrade: Effective
          April 14, 2015

Notice amended to change the implementation date from April 7,
2015 to April 14, 2015. In addition, there are updated links for
additional information about the Real-Time Mesoscale Analysis
(RTMA) and the Unrestricted Mesoscale Analysis (URMA).

Effective on or about Tuesday, April 14, 2015, beginning with
the 1300 Universal Coordinated Time (UTC) cycle, the National
Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP) will upgrade the
RTMA and URMA as follows:

- Changes to model components
- Addition of new product fields, including onto NOAAPORT
- Product output changes

1) Model Changes

- For the RTMA and URMA 2.5 km CONUS grids, replace the 13km
  RAP downscaled 1h-forecast with a blend of the downscaled
  3km HRRR 1h-forecast and a 4 km NAM-nest (variable-length)
  forecast for the first guess

- Enhance the GSI code to include a terrain-aware gross error
  check for all observations and a buddy-check for temperature
  observations

- Extend the look-back period for the 6-hourly URMA
  precipitation from 1-7 days:
  - Currently the 6-hourly Stage IV is a mosaic of the
    6-hourly Quantitative Precipitation Estimates (QPEs) from
    the 12 CONUS River Forecast Centers (RFCs). For this
    release, NCEP first produces 6-hourly totals from the
    8 Eastern/Central RFCs` hourly QPEs then combine these
    6-hourly totals with the four Western RFCs` (Northwest
    (NW) RFC, California-Nevada (CN) RFC, Colorado Basin (CB)
    RFC, Missouri Basin (MB) RFC) 6-hourly QPEs to arrive at
    a 6-hourly CONUS mosaic

  - Hourly Stage IV will be re-made hourly if there is new
    input after valid time for the next 23 hours, then again
    at 1, 3, 5 and 7 days after valid time

  - The 6-hourly Stage IV/URMA will be re-made hourly if
    there is new input for 24 hours after valid time, then
    the four 6-hourly mosaics covering a 12Z-12Z 24 hour
    period will be re-made at 1, 3, 5 and 7 days after the
    ending 12Z (the 6-hourly Stage IV precipitation is
    remapped to the 2.5km NDFD-CONUS and NWRFC grids at each
    update as precipitation URMA)

  - Each remake of the 6-hourly mosaic is followed by its
    remapping to the 2.5km CONUS and NWRFC grids as
    precipitation URMA

The use of the higher resolution models to build the first
guess and the enhanced observation quality control results in
an overall improved analysis for the 2DVar variables of the
RTMA/URMA, especially 2 meter temperature and 10 meter winds.
Using the primary hourly QPEs from the above eight Eastern/
Central RFCs and the overall extension of the look-back period to
7 days results in a more accurate final URMA precipitation.

2) Addition of Variables

NCEP is adding fields of Total Cloud Amount (TCDC) analysis and
Total Cloud Amount analysis uncertainty to the RTMA and URMA
GRIB2 files available on the NCEP ftp, http and NOMADS servers
via the following URLs (YYYYMMDD is the year, month day):

ftp://ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/pub/data/nccf/com/rtma/prod/rtma2p5.YYYYM
MDD

ftp://ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/pub/data/nccf/com/urma/prod/urma2p5.YYYYM
MDD

http://www.ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/data/nccf/com/rtma/prod/rtma2p5.YYYY
MMDD

http://www.ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/data/nccf/com/urma/prod/urma2p5.YYYY
MMDD

www.nomads.ncep.noaa.gov/pub/data/nccf/com/rtma/prod/rtma2p5.YYYY
MMDD

- Total Cloud Amount (TCDC) analysis will be added to:
     rtma2p5.tCCz.2dvaranl_ndfd.grb2
     rtma2p5.tCCz.2dvaranl_nwrfc.grb2
     urma2p5.tCCz.2dvaranl_ndfd.grb2
     urma2p5.tCCz.2dvaranl_nwrfc.grb2

- Total Cloud Amount (TCDC) analysis uncertainty will be added
to:
     rtma2p5.tCCz.2dvarerr_ndfd.grb2
     rtma2p5.tCCz.2dvarerr_nwrfc.grb2
     urma2p5.tCCz.2dvarerr_ndfd.grb2
     urma2p5.tCCz.2dvarerr_nwrfc.grb2

These additional RTMA and URMA variables will also be added to
the ftp server for NDGD downloads and to NOAAPORT

ftp://tgftp.nws.noaa.gov/SL.us008001/ST.opnl/DF.gr2/DC.ndgd/GT.rt
ma/AR.conus

ftp://tgftp.nws.noaa.gov/SL.us008001/ST.opnl/DF.gr2/DC.ndgd/GT.ur
ma/AR.conus

     file name - ds.tcdc.bin

  WMO header information will be as follows:
  T1T2A1A2ii cccc where
    T1 = L
    T2 = A - Total cloud cover
    A1 specifies the grid id as follows
      I - RTMA CONUS 2.5 km grid 184
      Q - URMA CONUS 2.5 km grid 184
    A2 specifies the forecast hour as follows:
      A = 00 (Analysis)
    ii = 98 - Surface or 2m above ground
    cccc = KWBR

      LAIA98 KWBR         RTMA TCDC Analysis
      LAIA98 KWBR         RTMA TCDC Analysis Uncertainty
      LAQA98 KWBR         URMA TCDC Analysis
      LAQA98 KWBR         URMA TCDC Analysis Uncertainty

3) Output Changes

All filenames and paths given are on the NCEP ftp server, the
NCEP http server, or NCEP NOMADS server, respectively, via the
following URLs (YYYYMMDD is the year, month, day):

- RTMA 2.5 km precipitation data will be relocated from:
    data/nccf/com/rtma2p5/prod/rtma2p5.YYYYMMDD
    to -> data/nccf/com/rtma/prod/rtma2p5.YYYYMMDD

- URMA 2.5 km precipitation file names will change from:
    pcpurma_g184.YYYYMMDDCC.06h
    to -> urma2p5.YYYYMMDDCC.pcp_06h.184.grb2
    pcpurma_g188.YYYYMMDDCC.06h
    to -> urma2p5.YYYYMMDDCC.pcp_06h.188.grb2

- RTMA 2.5 km precipitation file names will change from:
    rtma2p5.tCCz.pcpn_ndfd.grb2
    to -> rtma2p5.YYYYMMDDCC.pcp.184.grb2


4) Sample Parallel Data

A parallel feed of data will be available on the NCEP HTTP
server in mid-February. The parallel data will be available
via the following URLs:

http://para.nomads.ncep.noaa.gov/pub/data/nccf/com/rtma/para/

http://para.nomads.ncep.noaa.gov/pub/data/nccf/com/urma/para/

http://para.nomads.ncep.noaa.gov/pub/data/nccf/com/hourly/para/

More information about the RTMA and URMA is available at:

Parallel RTMA:
http://www.emc.ncep.noaa.gov/mmb/jcarley/rtma_urma/RTMAP

Parallel URMA:
http://www.emc.ncep.noaa.gov/mmb/jcarley/rtma_urma/URMAP

Operational RTMA:
http://www.emc.ncep.noaa.gov/mmb/jcarley/rtma_urma/RTMA

Parallel URMA:
http://www.emc.ncep.noaa.gov/mmb/jcarley/rtma_urma/URMA

Parallel vs. Ops RTMA:
http://www.emc.ncep.noaa.gov/mmb/jcarley/rtma_urma/RTMAP-RTMA

Parallel vs. Ops URMA:
http://www.emc.ncep.noaa.gov/mmb/jcarley/rtma_urma/URMAP-URMA

Information about the precipitation URMA, with links to
parallel run data directories:

http://www.emc.ncep.noaa.gov/mmb/ylin/pcpanl/urma/precip_urma.htm
l

For questions regarding these changes, please contact:

    Geoff DiMego
    NCEP/EMC Mesoscale Modeling Branch
    College Park, Maryland
    301-683-3764
    geoff.dimego@noaa.gov

For questions regarding the data flow aspects of these data
sets, please contact:

    Carissa Klemmer
    NCEP/NCO Dataflow Team
    College Park, Maryland
    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 241215
PNSWSH

Technical Implementation Notice 15-08 Amended
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
815 AM EDT Tue Mar 24 2015

To:       Subscribers:
          -Family of Services
          -NOAA Weather Wire Service
          -Emergency Managers Weather Information Network
          -NOAAPORT
          Other NWS Partners and Employees

From:     Tim McClung
          Chief, Science Plans Branch
          Office of Science and Technology

Subject:  Amended: RTMA and URMA Upgrade: Effective
          April 14, 2015

Notice amended to change the implementation date from April 7,
2015 to April 14, 2015. In addition, there are updated links for
additional information about the Real-Time Mesoscale Analysis
(RTMA) and the Unrestricted Mesoscale Analysis (URMA).

Effective on or about Tuesday, April 14, 2015, beginning with
the 1300 Universal Coordinated Time (UTC) cycle, the National
Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP) will upgrade the
RTMA and URMA as follows:

- Changes to model components
- Addition of new product fields, including onto NOAAPORT
- Product output changes

1) Model Changes

- For the RTMA and URMA 2.5 km CONUS grids, replace the 13km
  RAP downscaled 1h-forecast with a blend of the downscaled
  3km HRRR 1h-forecast and a 4 km NAM-nest (variable-length)
  forecast for the first guess

- Enhance the GSI code to include a terrain-aware gross error
  check for all observations and a buddy-check for temperature
  observations

- Extend the look-back period for the 6-hourly URMA
  precipitation from 1-7 days:
  - Currently the 6-hourly Stage IV is a mosaic of the
    6-hourly Quantitative Precipitation Estimates (QPEs) from
    the 12 CONUS River Forecast Centers (RFCs). For this
    release, NCEP first produces 6-hourly totals from the
    8 Eastern/Central RFCs` hourly QPEs then combine these
    6-hourly totals with the four Western RFCs` (Northwest
    (NW) RFC, California-Nevada (CN) RFC, Colorado Basin (CB)
    RFC, Missouri Basin (MB) RFC) 6-hourly QPEs to arrive at
    a 6-hourly CONUS mosaic

  - Hourly Stage IV will be re-made hourly if there is new
    input after valid time for the next 23 hours, then again
    at 1, 3, 5 and 7 days after valid time

  - The 6-hourly Stage IV/URMA will be re-made hourly if
    there is new input for 24 hours after valid time, then
    the four 6-hourly mosaics covering a 12Z-12Z 24 hour
    period will be re-made at 1, 3, 5 and 7 days after the
    ending 12Z (the 6-hourly Stage IV precipitation is
    remapped to the 2.5km NDFD-CONUS and NWRFC grids at each
    update as precipitation URMA)

  - Each remake of the 6-hourly mosaic is followed by its
    remapping to the 2.5km CONUS and NWRFC grids as
    precipitation URMA

The use of the higher resolution models to build the first
guess and the enhanced observation quality control results in
an overall improved analysis for the 2DVar variables of the
RTMA/URMA, especially 2 meter temperature and 10 meter winds.
Using the primary hourly QPEs from the above eight Eastern/
Central RFCs and the overall extension of the look-back period to
7 days results in a more accurate final URMA precipitation.

2) Addition of Variables

NCEP is adding fields of Total Cloud Amount (TCDC) analysis and
Total Cloud Amount analysis uncertainty to the RTMA and URMA
GRIB2 files available on the NCEP ftp, http and NOMADS servers
via the following URLs (YYYYMMDD is the year, month day):

ftp://ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/pub/data/nccf/com/rtma/prod/rtma2p5.YYYYM
MDD

ftp://ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/pub/data/nccf/com/urma/prod/urma2p5.YYYYM
MDD

http://www.ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/data/nccf/com/rtma/prod/rtma2p5.YYYY
MMDD

http://www.ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/data/nccf/com/urma/prod/urma2p5.YYYY
MMDD

www.nomads.ncep.noaa.gov/pub/data/nccf/com/rtma/prod/rtma2p5.YYYY
MMDD

- Total Cloud Amount (TCDC) analysis will be added to:
     rtma2p5.tCCz.2dvaranl_ndfd.grb2
     rtma2p5.tCCz.2dvaranl_nwrfc.grb2
     urma2p5.tCCz.2dvaranl_ndfd.grb2
     urma2p5.tCCz.2dvaranl_nwrfc.grb2

- Total Cloud Amount (TCDC) analysis uncertainty will be added
to:
     rtma2p5.tCCz.2dvarerr_ndfd.grb2
     rtma2p5.tCCz.2dvarerr_nwrfc.grb2
     urma2p5.tCCz.2dvarerr_ndfd.grb2
     urma2p5.tCCz.2dvarerr_nwrfc.grb2

These additional RTMA and URMA variables will also be added to
the ftp server for NDGD downloads and to NOAAPORT

ftp://tgftp.nws.noaa.gov/SL.us008001/ST.opnl/DF.gr2/DC.ndgd/GT.rt
ma/AR.conus

ftp://tgftp.nws.noaa.gov/SL.us008001/ST.opnl/DF.gr2/DC.ndgd/GT.ur
ma/AR.conus

     file name - ds.tcdc.bin

  WMO header information will be as follows:
  T1T2A1A2ii cccc where
    T1 = L
    T2 = A - Total cloud cover
    A1 specifies the grid id as follows
      I - RTMA CONUS 2.5 km grid 184
      Q - URMA CONUS 2.5 km grid 184
    A2 specifies the forecast hour as follows:
      A = 00 (Analysis)
    ii = 98 - Surface or 2m above ground
    cccc = KWBR

      LAIA98 KWBR         RTMA TCDC Analysis
      LAIA98 KWBR         RTMA TCDC Analysis Uncertainty
      LAQA98 KWBR         URMA TCDC Analysis
      LAQA98 KWBR         URMA TCDC Analysis Uncertainty

3) Output Changes

All filenames and paths given are on the NCEP ftp server, the
NCEP http server, or NCEP NOMADS server, respectively, via the
following URLs (YYYYMMDD is the year, month, day):

- RTMA 2.5 km precipitation data will be relocated from:
    data/nccf/com/rtma2p5/prod/rtma2p5.YYYYMMDD
    to -> data/nccf/com/rtma/prod/rtma2p5.YYYYMMDD

- URMA 2.5 km precipitation file names will change from:
    pcpurma_g184.YYYYMMDDCC.06h
    to -> urma2p5.YYYYMMDDCC.pcp_06h.184.grb2
    pcpurma_g188.YYYYMMDDCC.06h
    to -> urma2p5.YYYYMMDDCC.pcp_06h.188.grb2

- RTMA 2.5 km precipitation file names will change from:
    rtma2p5.tCCz.pcpn_ndfd.grb2
    to -> rtma2p5.YYYYMMDDCC.pcp.184.grb2


4) Sample Parallel Data

A parallel feed of data will be available on the NCEP HTTP
server in mid-February. The parallel data will be available
via the following URLs:

http://para.nomads.ncep.noaa.gov/pub/data/nccf/com/rtma/para/

http://para.nomads.ncep.noaa.gov/pub/data/nccf/com/urma/para/

http://para.nomads.ncep.noaa.gov/pub/data/nccf/com/hourly/para/

More information about the RTMA and URMA is available at:

Parallel RTMA:
http://www.emc.ncep.noaa.gov/mmb/jcarley/rtma_urma/RTMAP

Parallel URMA:
http://www.emc.ncep.noaa.gov/mmb/jcarley/rtma_urma/URMAP

Operational RTMA:
http://www.emc.ncep.noaa.gov/mmb/jcarley/rtma_urma/RTMA

Parallel URMA:
http://www.emc.ncep.noaa.gov/mmb/jcarley/rtma_urma/URMA

Parallel vs. Ops RTMA:
http://www.emc.ncep.noaa.gov/mmb/jcarley/rtma_urma/RTMAP-RTMA

Parallel vs. Ops URMA:
http://www.emc.ncep.noaa.gov/mmb/jcarley/rtma_urma/URMAP-URMA

Information about the precipitation URMA, with links to
parallel run data directories:

http://www.emc.ncep.noaa.gov/mmb/ylin/pcpanl/urma/precip_urma.htm
l

For questions regarding these changes, please contact:

    Geoff DiMego
    NCEP/EMC Mesoscale Modeling Branch
    College Park, Maryland
    301-683-3764
    geoff.dimego@noaa.gov

For questions regarding the data flow aspects of these data
sets, please contact:

    Carissa Klemmer
    NCEP/NCO Dataflow Team
    College Park, Maryland
    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 KGLD 241201
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT TUE MAR 24 2015

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

IN 1886, ONE OF THE WORST BLIZZARDS ON RECORD STRUCK NORTHWEST
KANSAS. IN SHERMAN COUNTY, SNOW DRIFTS TO FOUR FEET WERE REPORTED
AND 320 CATTLE WERE FROZEN TO DEATH. IN THE TOWN OF LEANARDVILLE, NO
LONGER IN EXISTENCE, THIRTY PEOPLE HUDDLED FOR THREE DAYS IN A GENERAL
STORE AND POST OFFICE AND BURNED OVER 3000 FEET OF LUMBER TO WARD
OFF THE COLD.

IN 1996, STRONG WINDS, COLD TEMPERATURES, AND SNOW CREATED
BLIZZARD CONDITIONS WITH VISIBILITY FREQUENTLY BELOW A QUARTER OF A MILE
ACROSS NORTHWEST KANSAS. THERE WERE SEVERAL TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS WITH
MINOR INJURIES. MAJOR ROADS WERE CLOSED FOR SEVERAL HOURS. ACTUAL
SNOW AMOUNTS WERE 3 INCHES OR LESS BUT DRIFTS TO SEVERAL FEET WERE
COMMON. THE COLD TEMPERATURES AND LACK OF SNOW COVER CAUSED
WINTERKILL ON WINTER WHEAT.

IN 2002, A BAND OF 4 TO 8 INCHES OF SNOW FELL ACROSS PORTIONS OF
NORTHWEST KANSAS. THE HEAVY SNOW REDUCED VISIBILITIES BELOW ONE
MILE, WHICH CAUSED NUMEROUS ACCIDENTS ALONG INTERSTATE 70. THE
INTERSTATE WAS CLOSED FROM LIMON COLORADO TO OAKLEY KANSAS DUE TO
TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS AND HEAVY SNOWFALL.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 241201
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT TUE MAR 24 2015

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

IN 1886, ONE OF THE WORST BLIZZARDS ON RECORD STRUCK NORTHWEST
KANSAS. IN SHERMAN COUNTY, SNOW DRIFTS TO FOUR FEET WERE REPORTED
AND 320 CATTLE WERE FROZEN TO DEATH. IN THE TOWN OF LEANARDVILLE, NO
LONGER IN EXISTENCE, THIRTY PEOPLE HUDDLED FOR THREE DAYS IN A GENERAL
STORE AND POST OFFICE AND BURNED OVER 3000 FEET OF LUMBER TO WARD
OFF THE COLD.

IN 1996, STRONG WINDS, COLD TEMPERATURES, AND SNOW CREATED
BLIZZARD CONDITIONS WITH VISIBILITY FREQUENTLY BELOW A QUARTER OF A MILE
ACROSS NORTHWEST KANSAS. THERE WERE SEVERAL TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS WITH
MINOR INJURIES. MAJOR ROADS WERE CLOSED FOR SEVERAL HOURS. ACTUAL
SNOW AMOUNTS WERE 3 INCHES OR LESS BUT DRIFTS TO SEVERAL FEET WERE
COMMON. THE COLD TEMPERATURES AND LACK OF SNOW COVER CAUSED
WINTERKILL ON WINTER WHEAT.

IN 2002, A BAND OF 4 TO 8 INCHES OF SNOW FELL ACROSS PORTIONS OF
NORTHWEST KANSAS. THE HEAVY SNOW REDUCED VISIBILITIES BELOW ONE
MILE, WHICH CAUSED NUMEROUS ACCIDENTS ALONG INTERSTATE 70. THE
INTERSTATE WAS CLOSED FROM LIMON COLORADO TO OAKLEY KANSAS DUE TO
TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS AND HEAVY SNOWFALL.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 241201
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT TUE MAR 24 2015

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

IN 1886, ONE OF THE WORST BLIZZARDS ON RECORD STRUCK NORTHWEST
KANSAS. IN SHERMAN COUNTY, SNOW DRIFTS TO FOUR FEET WERE REPORTED
AND 320 CATTLE WERE FROZEN TO DEATH. IN THE TOWN OF LEANARDVILLE, NO
LONGER IN EXISTENCE, THIRTY PEOPLE HUDDLED FOR THREE DAYS IN A GENERAL
STORE AND POST OFFICE AND BURNED OVER 3000 FEET OF LUMBER TO WARD
OFF THE COLD.

IN 1996, STRONG WINDS, COLD TEMPERATURES, AND SNOW CREATED
BLIZZARD CONDITIONS WITH VISIBILITY FREQUENTLY BELOW A QUARTER OF A MILE
ACROSS NORTHWEST KANSAS. THERE WERE SEVERAL TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS WITH
MINOR INJURIES. MAJOR ROADS WERE CLOSED FOR SEVERAL HOURS. ACTUAL
SNOW AMOUNTS WERE 3 INCHES OR LESS BUT DRIFTS TO SEVERAL FEET WERE
COMMON. THE COLD TEMPERATURES AND LACK OF SNOW COVER CAUSED
WINTERKILL ON WINTER WHEAT.

IN 2002, A BAND OF 4 TO 8 INCHES OF SNOW FELL ACROSS PORTIONS OF
NORTHWEST KANSAS. THE HEAVY SNOW REDUCED VISIBILITIES BELOW ONE
MILE, WHICH CAUSED NUMEROUS ACCIDENTS ALONG INTERSTATE 70. THE
INTERSTATE WAS CLOSED FROM LIMON COLORADO TO OAKLEY KANSAS DUE TO
TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS AND HEAVY SNOWFALL.

$$



000
NOUS43 KGLD 241201
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT TUE MAR 24 2015

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

IN 1886, ONE OF THE WORST BLIZZARDS ON RECORD STRUCK NORTHWEST
KANSAS. IN SHERMAN COUNTY, SNOW DRIFTS TO FOUR FEET WERE REPORTED
AND 320 CATTLE WERE FROZEN TO DEATH. IN THE TOWN OF LEANARDVILLE, NO
LONGER IN EXISTENCE, THIRTY PEOPLE HUDDLED FOR THREE DAYS IN A GENERAL
STORE AND POST OFFICE AND BURNED OVER 3000 FEET OF LUMBER TO WARD
OFF THE COLD.

IN 1996, STRONG WINDS, COLD TEMPERATURES, AND SNOW CREATED
BLIZZARD CONDITIONS WITH VISIBILITY FREQUENTLY BELOW A QUARTER OF A MILE
ACROSS NORTHWEST KANSAS. THERE WERE SEVERAL TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS WITH
MINOR INJURIES. MAJOR ROADS WERE CLOSED FOR SEVERAL HOURS. ACTUAL
SNOW AMOUNTS WERE 3 INCHES OR LESS BUT DRIFTS TO SEVERAL FEET WERE
COMMON. THE COLD TEMPERATURES AND LACK OF SNOW COVER CAUSED
WINTERKILL ON WINTER WHEAT.

IN 2002, A BAND OF 4 TO 8 INCHES OF SNOW FELL ACROSS PORTIONS OF
NORTHWEST KANSAS. THE HEAVY SNOW REDUCED VISIBILITIES BELOW ONE
MILE, WHICH CAUSED NUMEROUS ACCIDENTS ALONG INTERSTATE 70. THE
INTERSTATE WAS CLOSED FROM LIMON COLORADO TO OAKLEY KANSAS DUE TO
TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS AND HEAVY SNOWFALL.

$$



000
NOUS43 KGLD 241201
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT TUE MAR 24 2015

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

IN 1886, ONE OF THE WORST BLIZZARDS ON RECORD STRUCK NORTHWEST
KANSAS. IN SHERMAN COUNTY, SNOW DRIFTS TO FOUR FEET WERE REPORTED
AND 320 CATTLE WERE FROZEN TO DEATH. IN THE TOWN OF LEANARDVILLE, NO
LONGER IN EXISTENCE, THIRTY PEOPLE HUDDLED FOR THREE DAYS IN A GENERAL
STORE AND POST OFFICE AND BURNED OVER 3000 FEET OF LUMBER TO WARD
OFF THE COLD.

IN 1996, STRONG WINDS, COLD TEMPERATURES, AND SNOW CREATED
BLIZZARD CONDITIONS WITH VISIBILITY FREQUENTLY BELOW A QUARTER OF A MILE
ACROSS NORTHWEST KANSAS. THERE WERE SEVERAL TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS WITH
MINOR INJURIES. MAJOR ROADS WERE CLOSED FOR SEVERAL HOURS. ACTUAL
SNOW AMOUNTS WERE 3 INCHES OR LESS BUT DRIFTS TO SEVERAL FEET WERE
COMMON. THE COLD TEMPERATURES AND LACK OF SNOW COVER CAUSED
WINTERKILL ON WINTER WHEAT.

IN 2002, A BAND OF 4 TO 8 INCHES OF SNOW FELL ACROSS PORTIONS OF
NORTHWEST KANSAS. THE HEAVY SNOW REDUCED VISIBILITIES BELOW ONE
MILE, WHICH CAUSED NUMEROUS ACCIDENTS ALONG INTERSTATE 70. THE
INTERSTATE WAS CLOSED FROM LIMON COLORADO TO OAKLEY KANSAS DUE TO
TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS AND HEAVY SNOWFALL.

$$



000
NOUS43 KGLD 241201
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT TUE MAR 24 2015

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

IN 1886, ONE OF THE WORST BLIZZARDS ON RECORD STRUCK NORTHWEST
KANSAS. IN SHERMAN COUNTY, SNOW DRIFTS TO FOUR FEET WERE REPORTED
AND 320 CATTLE WERE FROZEN TO DEATH. IN THE TOWN OF LEANARDVILLE, NO
LONGER IN EXISTENCE, THIRTY PEOPLE HUDDLED FOR THREE DAYS IN A GENERAL
STORE AND POST OFFICE AND BURNED OVER 3000 FEET OF LUMBER TO WARD
OFF THE COLD.

IN 1996, STRONG WINDS, COLD TEMPERATURES, AND SNOW CREATED
BLIZZARD CONDITIONS WITH VISIBILITY FREQUENTLY BELOW A QUARTER OF A MILE
ACROSS NORTHWEST KANSAS. THERE WERE SEVERAL TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS WITH
MINOR INJURIES. MAJOR ROADS WERE CLOSED FOR SEVERAL HOURS. ACTUAL
SNOW AMOUNTS WERE 3 INCHES OR LESS BUT DRIFTS TO SEVERAL FEET WERE
COMMON. THE COLD TEMPERATURES AND LACK OF SNOW COVER CAUSED
WINTERKILL ON WINTER WHEAT.

IN 2002, A BAND OF 4 TO 8 INCHES OF SNOW FELL ACROSS PORTIONS OF
NORTHWEST KANSAS. THE HEAVY SNOW REDUCED VISIBILITIES BELOW ONE
MILE, WHICH CAUSED NUMEROUS ACCIDENTS ALONG INTERSTATE 70. THE
INTERSTATE WAS CLOSED FROM LIMON COLORADO TO OAKLEY KANSAS DUE TO
TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS AND HEAVY SNOWFALL.

$$



000
NOUS46 KLOX 240523
PNSLOX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOS ANGELES/OXNARD CA
1022 PM PDT MON MAR 23 2015

...SIGNIFICANT WIND GUSTS SINCE 722 PM PDT MONDAY...

LOS ANGELES COUNTY                    PEAK WIND GUST
SAUGUS...............................NORTHWEST 37 MPH.
CAMP NINE............................NORTH     40 MPH.
SANDBERG.............................NORTH     47 MPH.
WARM SPRINGS.........................WEST      38 MPH.
WHITAKER PEAK........................NORTHWEST 55 MPH.
POPPY PARK...........................WEST      46 MPH.

SANTA BARBARA COUNTY                  PEAK WIND GUST
MONTECITO HILLS......................EAST      41 MPH.

$$






000
NOUS46 KLOX 240523
PNSLOX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOS ANGELES/OXNARD CA
1022 PM PDT MON MAR 23 2015

...SIGNIFICANT WIND GUSTS SINCE 722 PM PDT MONDAY...

LOS ANGELES COUNTY                    PEAK WIND GUST
SAUGUS...............................NORTHWEST 37 MPH.
CAMP NINE............................NORTH     40 MPH.
SANDBERG.............................NORTH     47 MPH.
WARM SPRINGS.........................WEST      38 MPH.
WHITAKER PEAK........................NORTHWEST 55 MPH.
POPPY PARK...........................WEST      46 MPH.

SANTA BARBARA COUNTY                  PEAK WIND GUST
MONTECITO HILLS......................EAST      41 MPH.

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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOS ANGELES/OXNARD CA
1022 PM PDT MON MAR 23 2015

...SIGNIFICANT WIND GUSTS SINCE 722 PM PDT MONDAY...

LOS ANGELES COUNTY                    PEAK WIND GUST
SAUGUS...............................NORTHWEST 37 MPH.
CAMP NINE............................NORTH     40 MPH.
SANDBERG.............................NORTH     47 MPH.
WARM SPRINGS.........................WEST      38 MPH.
WHITAKER PEAK........................NORTHWEST 55 MPH.
POPPY PARK...........................WEST      46 MPH.

SANTA BARBARA COUNTY                  PEAK WIND GUST
MONTECITO HILLS......................EAST      41 MPH.

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000
NOUS46 KLOX 240523
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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOS ANGELES/OXNARD CA
1022 PM PDT MON MAR 23 2015

...SIGNIFICANT WIND GUSTS SINCE 722 PM PDT MONDAY...

LOS ANGELES COUNTY                    PEAK WIND GUST
SAUGUS...............................NORTHWEST 37 MPH.
CAMP NINE............................NORTH     40 MPH.
SANDBERG.............................NORTH     47 MPH.
WARM SPRINGS.........................WEST      38 MPH.
WHITAKER PEAK........................NORTHWEST 55 MPH.
POPPY PARK...........................WEST      46 MPH.

SANTA BARBARA COUNTY                  PEAK WIND GUST
MONTECITO HILLS......................EAST      41 MPH.

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NOUS45 KSLC 240229
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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
825 PM MDT MON MAR 23 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

BELOW ARE PRECIPITATION AND PEAK WIND REPORTS FOR THE PAST 24 HOURS
AS OF 8 PM THIS EVENING...

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     7 PM MON               0.43
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                  7 PM MON               0.40
HYDE PARK                                3 PM MON               0.40
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          8 PM MON               0.38
LBW EXPFARM - 4498 FT                    7 PM MON               0.38
LOGAN RIVER ABV STATE DAM - 4805 FT      7 PM MON               0.35
LOGAN - 4465 FT                          7 PM MON               0.30
PROVIDENCE - EVANS FARM - 4535 FT        8 PM MON               0.22
LBW SOUTHFORK - 5095 FT                  7 PM MON               0.17
LOGAN DRAINAGE FARM - 4435 FT            8 PM MON               0.15
LOGAN GOLF - 4808 FT                     8 PM MON               0.12
LEWISTON - 4514 FT                       8 PM MON               0.09
LBW PARADISE - 4859 FT                   7 PM MON               0.09
LOGAN - 4465 FT                         12 PM MON               0.02
LOGAN - 4806 FT                          7 PM MON               0.01

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BOUNTIFUL - 4760 FT                      7 PM MON               0.24
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4590 FT                  7 PM MON               0.21
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                      7 PM MON               0.20
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                 7 PM MON               0.15
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                   7 PM MON               0.15
FARMINGTON - 4226 FT                     7 PM MON               0.14
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       8 PM MON               0.13
LAYTON - 4770 FT                         7 PM MON               0.13
SOUTH OGDEN - 4777 FT                    7 PM MON               0.10
OGDEN - 4285 FT                          7 PM MON               0.10
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                    7 PM MON               0.10
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    7 PM MON               0.09
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     7 PM MON               0.09
BRIGHAM CITY - 4400 FT                   2 PM MON               0.09
TREMONTON - 4331 FT                      8 PM MON               0.08
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT               7 PM MON               0.08
CLINTON - 4337 FT                        7 PM MON               0.08
LAYTON - 4468 FT                         7 PM MON               0.08
CORINNE - 4238 FT                        8 PM MON               0.07
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                       7 PM MON               0.07
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                       7 PM MON               0.07
ROY - 4373 FT                            7 PM MON               0.07
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            8 PM MON               0.06
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                7 PM MON               0.06
CLEARFIELD UDOT - 4685 FT                7 PM MON               0.06
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    3 PM MON               0.06
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                      7 PM MON               0.05
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                7 PM MON               0.05
CENTERVILLE - 4216 FT                    7 PM MON               0.05
WEST POINT - 4350 FT                     6 PM MON               0.05
BRIGHAM CITY - 4230 FT                   5 PM MON               0.05
EAGLE LAKE - 4377 FT                     8 PM MON               0.04
ROY - 4457 FT                            9 AM MON               0.02
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4802 FT                  7 AM MON               0.02

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
SALT LAKE CITY - 5305 FT                 7 PM MON               0.06
SANDY - 5161 FT                          7 PM MON               0.04
SALT LAKE CITY - 5102 FT                 7 PM MON               0.04
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT         8 PM MON               0.03
DRAPER - 4418 FT                         7 PM MON               0.03
SALT LAKE CITY - 4753 FT                 7 PM MON               0.03
DRAPER - 4426 FT                         7 PM MON               0.03
SANDY - 4712 FT                          7 PM MON               0.03
HERRIMAN - 5062 FT                       7 PM MON               0.03
RIVERTON - 4429 FT                       7 PM MON               0.03
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         7 PM MON               0.02
HOLLADAY - 4516 FT                       7 PM MON               0.02
NORTH HOLLADAY - 4600 FT                 7 PM MON               0.02
HOLLADAY - 4344 FT                       7 PM MON               0.02
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                 7 PM MON               0.02
HOLLADAY - 4456 FT                       9 AM MON               0.02
SANDY - 4714 FT                          8 AM MON               0.02
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                   7 PM MON               0.01
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            7 PM MON               0.01
SOUTH JORDAN - 4551 FT                   7 PM MON               0.01
RIVERTON - 4480 FT                       7 PM MON               0.01
MAGNA - 4400 FT                          7 PM MON               0.01
DRAPER - 5052 FT                         7 PM MON               0.01

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SPANISH FORK POWER HOUSE - 4720 FT       5 PM MON               0.09
SPANISH FORK - 4738 FT                   7 PM MON               0.08
SPANISH FORK - 4721 FT                   8 PM MON               0.07
SPANISH FORK - 4734 FT                   7 PM MON               0.06
PROVO - 4641 FT                          7 PM MON               0.04
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT          8 PM MON               0.03
OREM - 4728 FT                           7 PM MON               0.03
PROVO BYU - 4570 FT                      5 PM MON               0.03
NEPHI - 5002 FT                          8 PM MON               0.02
LEHI - 4593 FT                           7 PM MON               0.02
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4655 FT               7 PM MON               0.02
ALPINE - 5070 FT                         5 PM MON               0.02
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4787 FT               7 PM MON               0.01

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
GEORGE CREEK - 8994 FT                   2 PM MON               0.40
ROCKY BASIN-SETTLEME - 8900 FT           6 PM MON               0.30
CALLAO GATE - 4250 FT                    7 PM MON               0.10
MINING FORK - 8000 FT                    7 PM MON               0.10
UTAH TEST RANGE - 4440 FT                5 PM MON               0.10
ENGLISH VILLAGE - 4788 FT                7 PM MON               0.07
SNOWVILLE (SOUTH) - 4812 FT              8 PM MON               0.06
TARGET R - 4311 FT                       8 PM MON               0.06
TOWER GRID - 4346 FT                     8 PM MON               0.05
CAMEL BACK MTN - 5077 FT                 7 PM MON               0.05
BLUE CREEK - 5170 FT                     8 PM MON               0.04
SNOWVILLE - 4560 FT                      7 PM MON               0.04
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT               8 PM MON               0.03
TARGET S - 4349 FT                       7 PM MON               0.03
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        2 PM MON               0.03
JULIET ROAD - 4324 FT                    8 PM MON               0.02
WHITE SAGE - 4363 FT                     7 PM MON               0.02
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              8 PM MON               0.01
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                    7 PM MON               0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
SWANSONS ENV CENTER - 5700 FT            8 PM MON               0.35
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        7 PM MON               0.28
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                     7 PM MON               0.23
MORGAN - 5059 FT                         7 PM MON               0.15
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT        7 PM MON               0.14
COALVILLE - 5673 FT                      7 PM MON               0.13
MORGAN UDOT - 5105 FT                    7 PM MON               0.10
MORGAN - 5092 FT                         7 AM MON               0.03

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
POWDER MOUNTAIN                          4 PM MON      3.0      0.54
SNOWBASIN MID BOWL - 7402 FT             4 PM MON      2.0      0.38
HORSE RIDGE - 8160 FT                    7 PM MON               0.80
MONTE CRISTO - 8960 FT                   7 PM MON               0.70
BLACKSMITH FORK - 5020 FT                7 PM MON               0.51
KLONDIKE NARROWS - 7400 FT               5 PM MON               0.50
LIGHTNING RIDGE - 8215 FT                7 PM MON               0.40
BEN LOMOND PEAK - 8000 FT                7 PM MON               0.40
DRY BREAD POND - 8350 FT                 7 PM MON               0.40
TONY GROVE LAKE - 8400 FT                7 PM MON               0.40
BUG LAKE - 7950 FT                       6 PM MON               0.40
MANTUA - 5899 FT                         7 PM MON               0.35
GARDEN CITY - 7615 FT                    7 PM MON               0.24
LOST CREEK NR CROYDEN - 5840 FT          7 PM MON               0.23
RANDOLPH UDOT - 6329 FT                  7 PM MON               0.20
HARDWARE RANCH - 5564 FT                 7 PM MON               0.20
FARMINGTON - 8000 FT                     7 PM MON               0.20
LITTLE BEAR - 6550 FT                    7 PM MON               0.20
TEMPLE FORK - 7406 FT                    4 PM MON               0.20
EMIGRATION CANYON - 6024 FT              7 PM MON               0.14
GARDEN CITY - 5959 FT                    7 PM MON               0.12
PARRISH CREEK - 7740 FT                  7 PM MON               0.10
LOOKOUT PEAK - 8200 FT                   7 PM MON               0.10
KILFOIL CREEK - 7400 FT                  5 PM MON               0.10
GARDEN CITY SUMMIT - 7600 FT             2 PM MON               0.10
LAKETOWN - 5980 FT                       5 PM MON               0.07
RANDOLPH - 6264 FT                       8 PM MON               0.05
LAKETOWN - 5959 FT                       8 PM MON               0.05
LAKETOWN UDOT - 5991 FT                  7 PM MON               0.05
CITY CREEK WATER PLANT - 5330 FT         5 PM MON               0.05
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    2 PM MON               0.05
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       3 PM MON               0.02

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
BRIGHTON CREST - 9500 FT                 5 PM MON      7.0      0.64
ALTA UDOT - 8799 FT                      4 PM MON      4.0      0.33
ALTA - COLLINS - 9662 FT                 7 PM MON      4.0      0.47
PARK CITY SUMMIT - 9300 FT               4 PM MON      4.0      0.45
ALTA - 8730 FT                           5 PM MON      3.0      0.48
THE CANYONS - 8800 FT                    4 PM MON      3.0      0.30
SOLITUDE - 8200 FT                       4 PM MON      2.0      0.26
SUNDANCE - 7503 FT                       8 PM MON               0.55
SNOWBIRD - 9640 FT                       7 PM MON               0.50
THAYNES CANYON - 9200 FT                 7 PM MON               0.50
BRIGHTON - 8750 FT                       7 PM MON               0.50
DEER VALLEY - ONTARIO - 9100 FT          7 PM MON               0.39
ALTA - BASE - 8560 FT                    7 PM MON               0.28
BIG COTTONWOOD SPRUCES - 7402 FT         4 PM MON               0.24
PROVO CANYON - 6100 FT                   4 PM MON               0.24
MILL-D NORTH - 8960 FT                   7 PM MON               0.20
TIMPANOGOS DIVIDE - 8140 FT              7 PM MON               0.20
PAYSON R.S. - 8050 FT                    7 PM MON               0.10
TIMPANOGOS CAVE - 7999 FT                7 PM MON               0.02
FOUNTAIN GREEN 4ENE - 7166 FT            7 PM MON               0.01

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
TRIAL LAKE - 9960 FT                     7 PM MON               0.70
CHALK CREEK #1 - 9100 FT                 7 PM MON               0.50
HAYDEN FORK - 9100 FT                    6 PM MON               0.30
BROWN DUCK - 10600 FT                    6 PM MON               0.30
BEAR RIVER RS - 8500 FT                  2 PM MON               0.30
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 7 PM MON               0.27
WEBER RIVER NR OAKLEY 7NNE - 6653 FT     7 PM MON               0.21
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      7 PM MON               0.20
BEAVER DIVIDE - 8280 FT                  7 PM MON               0.20
LAKEFORK BASIN - 10900 FT                7 PM MON               0.20
LILY LAKE - 9050 FT                      6 PM MON               0.20
REDDEN MINE LWR - 8500 FT                2 PM MON               0.20
BLACKS FORK JCT - 8870 FT                1 PM MON               0.20
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         3 PM MON               0.17
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         3 PM MON               0.17
WEST FORK BLACKSMITHS FORK - 9620 FT     7 PM MON               0.15
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           7 PM MON               0.15
BEAR RIVER - 8536 FT                     3 PM MON               0.15
OAKLEY - 7800 FT                         4 PM MON               0.12
SMITH & MOREHOUSE - 7600 FT              7 PM MON               0.10
STEEL CREEK PARK - 10100 FT              7 PM MON               0.10
CHALK CREEK #2 - 8200 FT                 7 PM MON               0.10
EF BLACKS FORK GS - 9308 FT              6 PM MON               0.10
HEWINTA - 9500 FT                        5 PM MON               0.10
CHEPETA - 10300 FT                       4 PM MON               0.10
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        3 PM MON               0.10

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
STRAWBERRY DIVIDE - 8400 FT              7 PM MON               0.20
CLEAR CREEK #2 - 8300 FT                 6 PM MON               0.20
DANIELS-STRAWBERRY - 8000 FT             5 PM MON               0.20
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                    3 PM MON               0.11
MAMMOTH-COTTONWOOD - 8800 FT             7 PM MON               0.10

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      7 PM MON               0.04
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT            7 PM MON               0.03
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      2 PM MON               0.01


...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         8 PM MON               0.24
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    2 PM MON               0.19


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


...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     8 AM MON     44 MPH

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
WEST OGDEN - 4222 FT                     2 PM MON     54 MPH
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            2 PM MON     52 MPH
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       2 PM MON     49 MPH
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     3 PM MON     47 MPH
LEGACY PARKWAY - 4215 FT                 3 PM MON     44 MPH
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                      2 PM MON     42 MPH
GREAT SALT LAKE MINERALS - 4212 FT       2 PM MON     42 MPH
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    3 PM MON     41 MPH
PORTABLE RWIS 2 - 4292 FT                1 PM MON     40 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         8 AM MON     59 MPH
SALT AIR - 4209 FT                       9 AM MON     55 MPH
VERNON HILL - 5761 FT                    3 PM MON     41 MPH
TOOELE CITY - 5135 FT                    7 AM MON     40 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
PROMONTORY POINT - 6926 FT               2 PM MON     58 MPH
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              8 AM MON     57 MPH
UTTR THERMAL TREATMENT UNIT - 4915 FT    7 AM MON     55 MPH
WEST OF WILDCAT MTN - 4259 FT           12 PM MON     54 MPH
EAGLE RANGE - 4239 FT                    1 PM MON     53 MPH
HOGUP - 4229 FT                          6 AM MON     53 MPH
DIDDLE KNOLL - 4265 FT                   6 PM MON     51 MPH
GROOME - 4223 FT                         5 AM MON     51 MPH
BADGER ISLAND - 4199 FT                  9 AM MON     50 MPH
HAT ISLAND - 4242 FT                     2 PM MON     49 MPH
CAUSEWAY - 4246 FT                       6 PM MON     47 MPH
I-80 AT MP 1 - 4270 FT                   6 AM MON     47 MPH
UTTR OASIS COMPOUND - 4437 FT            7 AM MON     46 MPH
WENDOVER PORT OF ENTRY - 4227 FT         5 AM MON     46 MPH
WEST SALT FLATS - 4237 FT                5 PM MON     44 MPH
I-80 AT MP 29 - 4125 FT                  6 PM MON     43 MPH
SR-30 AT CURLEW - 4766 FT                5 PM MON     43 MPH
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT                2 PM MON     43 MPH
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT              12 PM MON     43 MPH
WEST GRANITE - 4403 FT                   7 PM MON     42 MPH
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 7 PM MON     41 MPH
JOHNSONS PASS - 6520 FT                  7 AM MON     41 MPH
UPPER CEDAR MTN - 7052 FT                7 AM MON     41 MPH
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                   2 AM MON     41 MPH
V-GRID - 4226 FT                         2 AM MON     41 MPH
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                2 PM MON     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
TRAPPERS LOOP ROAD - 5774 FT             3 PM MON     45 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OGDEN PEAK - 9570 FT                     7 PM MON     62 MPH
SHERWOOD HILLS - 5039 FT                 2 PM MON     52 MPH
SR-16 @ MP1 - 6533 FT                    4 PM MON     48 MPH
SR-65 AT BIG MOUNTAIN PASS - 7433 FT     3 PM MON     48 MPH
WEBER CANYON POWER PLANT - 5801 FT       3 PM MON     46 MPH
PORTABLE RWIS 5 - 7612 FT                4 PM MON     42 MPH
POWDER MOUNTAIN - 8897 FT                9 AM MON     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
CENTRAL WASATCH PEAKS - 11066 FT         7 PM MON     59 MPH
PARK CITY - JUPITER - 10024 FT          10 AM MON     42 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
WINDY PEAK - 10662 FT                    6 PM MON     57 MPH
LOFTY LAKE PEAK - 11186 FT               9 AM MON     49 MPH
DRY RIDGE - 11565 FT                    10 AM MON     47 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
ROOSEVELT - 5171 FT                      1 PM MON     47 MPH
US-40 @ STARVATION - 5720 FT             1 PM MON     47 MPH

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
I-70 AT SALINA - 5226 FT                 2 PM MON     40 MPH
RICHFIELD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5299 FT    2 PM MON     40 MPH

...GLEN CANYON RECREATION AREA/LAKE POWELL...
BULLFROG MARINA - 3700 FT                6 PM MON     40 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SR-72 AT HOGAN PASS - 8977 FT            5 PM MON     54 MPH
FREMONT JUNCTION - 6801 FT               5 PM MON     44 MPH
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    3 PM MON     42 MPH

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SR-12 AT BOULDER SUMMIT - 9595 FT        4 PM MON     41 MPH

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
CHURCH BUTTE - 6743 FT                   5 PM MON     45 MPH
FRENCH - 7375 FT                         4 PM MON     45 MPH
PAINTER - 6939 FT                        4 PM MON     44 MPH
I-80 EAST OF EVANSTON - 7579 FT          4 PM MON     44 MPH
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         4 PM MON     43 MPH
COAL ROAD - 7349 FT                      4 PM MON     40 MPH


$$



000
NOUS45 KSLC 240229
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
825 PM MDT MON MAR 23 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

BELOW ARE PRECIPITATION AND PEAK WIND REPORTS FOR THE PAST 24 HOURS
AS OF 8 PM THIS EVENING...

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     7 PM MON               0.43
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                  7 PM MON               0.40
HYDE PARK                                3 PM MON               0.40
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          8 PM MON               0.38
LBW EXPFARM - 4498 FT                    7 PM MON               0.38
LOGAN RIVER ABV STATE DAM - 4805 FT      7 PM MON               0.35
LOGAN - 4465 FT                          7 PM MON               0.30
PROVIDENCE - EVANS FARM - 4535 FT        8 PM MON               0.22
LBW SOUTHFORK - 5095 FT                  7 PM MON               0.17
LOGAN DRAINAGE FARM - 4435 FT            8 PM MON               0.15
LOGAN GOLF - 4808 FT                     8 PM MON               0.12
LEWISTON - 4514 FT                       8 PM MON               0.09
LBW PARADISE - 4859 FT                   7 PM MON               0.09
LOGAN - 4465 FT                         12 PM MON               0.02
LOGAN - 4806 FT                          7 PM MON               0.01

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BOUNTIFUL - 4760 FT                      7 PM MON               0.24
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4590 FT                  7 PM MON               0.21
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                      7 PM MON               0.20
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                 7 PM MON               0.15
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                   7 PM MON               0.15
FARMINGTON - 4226 FT                     7 PM MON               0.14
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       8 PM MON               0.13
LAYTON - 4770 FT                         7 PM MON               0.13
SOUTH OGDEN - 4777 FT                    7 PM MON               0.10
OGDEN - 4285 FT                          7 PM MON               0.10
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                    7 PM MON               0.10
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    7 PM MON               0.09
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     7 PM MON               0.09
BRIGHAM CITY - 4400 FT                   2 PM MON               0.09
TREMONTON - 4331 FT                      8 PM MON               0.08
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT               7 PM MON               0.08
CLINTON - 4337 FT                        7 PM MON               0.08
LAYTON - 4468 FT                         7 PM MON               0.08
CORINNE - 4238 FT                        8 PM MON               0.07
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                       7 PM MON               0.07
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                       7 PM MON               0.07
ROY - 4373 FT                            7 PM MON               0.07
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            8 PM MON               0.06
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                7 PM MON               0.06
CLEARFIELD UDOT - 4685 FT                7 PM MON               0.06
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    3 PM MON               0.06
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                      7 PM MON               0.05
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                7 PM MON               0.05
CENTERVILLE - 4216 FT                    7 PM MON               0.05
WEST POINT - 4350 FT                     6 PM MON               0.05
BRIGHAM CITY - 4230 FT                   5 PM MON               0.05
EAGLE LAKE - 4377 FT                     8 PM MON               0.04
ROY - 4457 FT                            9 AM MON               0.02
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4802 FT                  7 AM MON               0.02

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
SALT LAKE CITY - 5305 FT                 7 PM MON               0.06
SANDY - 5161 FT                          7 PM MON               0.04
SALT LAKE CITY - 5102 FT                 7 PM MON               0.04
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT         8 PM MON               0.03
DRAPER - 4418 FT                         7 PM MON               0.03
SALT LAKE CITY - 4753 FT                 7 PM MON               0.03
DRAPER - 4426 FT                         7 PM MON               0.03
SANDY - 4712 FT                          7 PM MON               0.03
HERRIMAN - 5062 FT                       7 PM MON               0.03
RIVERTON - 4429 FT                       7 PM MON               0.03
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         7 PM MON               0.02
HOLLADAY - 4516 FT                       7 PM MON               0.02
NORTH HOLLADAY - 4600 FT                 7 PM MON               0.02
HOLLADAY - 4344 FT                       7 PM MON               0.02
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                 7 PM MON               0.02
HOLLADAY - 4456 FT                       9 AM MON               0.02
SANDY - 4714 FT                          8 AM MON               0.02
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                   7 PM MON               0.01
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            7 PM MON               0.01
SOUTH JORDAN - 4551 FT                   7 PM MON               0.01
RIVERTON - 4480 FT                       7 PM MON               0.01
MAGNA - 4400 FT                          7 PM MON               0.01
DRAPER - 5052 FT                         7 PM MON               0.01

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SPANISH FORK POWER HOUSE - 4720 FT       5 PM MON               0.09
SPANISH FORK - 4738 FT                   7 PM MON               0.08
SPANISH FORK - 4721 FT                   8 PM MON               0.07
SPANISH FORK - 4734 FT                   7 PM MON               0.06
PROVO - 4641 FT                          7 PM MON               0.04
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT          8 PM MON               0.03
OREM - 4728 FT                           7 PM MON               0.03
PROVO BYU - 4570 FT                      5 PM MON               0.03
NEPHI - 5002 FT                          8 PM MON               0.02
LEHI - 4593 FT                           7 PM MON               0.02
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4655 FT               7 PM MON               0.02
ALPINE - 5070 FT                         5 PM MON               0.02
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4787 FT               7 PM MON               0.01

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
GEORGE CREEK - 8994 FT                   2 PM MON               0.40
ROCKY BASIN-SETTLEME - 8900 FT           6 PM MON               0.30
CALLAO GATE - 4250 FT                    7 PM MON               0.10
MINING FORK - 8000 FT                    7 PM MON               0.10
UTAH TEST RANGE - 4440 FT                5 PM MON               0.10
ENGLISH VILLAGE - 4788 FT                7 PM MON               0.07
SNOWVILLE (SOUTH) - 4812 FT              8 PM MON               0.06
TARGET R - 4311 FT                       8 PM MON               0.06
TOWER GRID - 4346 FT                     8 PM MON               0.05
CAMEL BACK MTN - 5077 FT                 7 PM MON               0.05
BLUE CREEK - 5170 FT                     8 PM MON               0.04
SNOWVILLE - 4560 FT                      7 PM MON               0.04
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT               8 PM MON               0.03
TARGET S - 4349 FT                       7 PM MON               0.03
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        2 PM MON               0.03
JULIET ROAD - 4324 FT                    8 PM MON               0.02
WHITE SAGE - 4363 FT                     7 PM MON               0.02
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              8 PM MON               0.01
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                    7 PM MON               0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
SWANSONS ENV CENTER - 5700 FT            8 PM MON               0.35
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        7 PM MON               0.28
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                     7 PM MON               0.23
MORGAN - 5059 FT                         7 PM MON               0.15
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT        7 PM MON               0.14
COALVILLE - 5673 FT                      7 PM MON               0.13
MORGAN UDOT - 5105 FT                    7 PM MON               0.10
MORGAN - 5092 FT                         7 AM MON               0.03

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
POWDER MOUNTAIN                          4 PM MON      3.0      0.54
SNOWBASIN MID BOWL - 7402 FT             4 PM MON      2.0      0.38
HORSE RIDGE - 8160 FT                    7 PM MON               0.80
MONTE CRISTO - 8960 FT                   7 PM MON               0.70
BLACKSMITH FORK - 5020 FT                7 PM MON               0.51
KLONDIKE NARROWS - 7400 FT               5 PM MON               0.50
LIGHTNING RIDGE - 8215 FT                7 PM MON               0.40
BEN LOMOND PEAK - 8000 FT                7 PM MON               0.40
DRY BREAD POND - 8350 FT                 7 PM MON               0.40
TONY GROVE LAKE - 8400 FT                7 PM MON               0.40
BUG LAKE - 7950 FT                       6 PM MON               0.40
MANTUA - 5899 FT                         7 PM MON               0.35
GARDEN CITY - 7615 FT                    7 PM MON               0.24
LOST CREEK NR CROYDEN - 5840 FT          7 PM MON               0.23
RANDOLPH UDOT - 6329 FT                  7 PM MON               0.20
HARDWARE RANCH - 5564 FT                 7 PM MON               0.20
FARMINGTON - 8000 FT                     7 PM MON               0.20
LITTLE BEAR - 6550 FT                    7 PM MON               0.20
TEMPLE FORK - 7406 FT                    4 PM MON               0.20
EMIGRATION CANYON - 6024 FT              7 PM MON               0.14
GARDEN CITY - 5959 FT                    7 PM MON               0.12
PARRISH CREEK - 7740 FT                  7 PM MON               0.10
LOOKOUT PEAK - 8200 FT                   7 PM MON               0.10
KILFOIL CREEK - 7400 FT                  5 PM MON               0.10
GARDEN CITY SUMMIT - 7600 FT             2 PM MON               0.10
LAKETOWN - 5980 FT                       5 PM MON               0.07
RANDOLPH - 6264 FT                       8 PM MON               0.05
LAKETOWN - 5959 FT                       8 PM MON               0.05
LAKETOWN UDOT - 5991 FT                  7 PM MON               0.05
CITY CREEK WATER PLANT - 5330 FT         5 PM MON               0.05
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    2 PM MON               0.05
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       3 PM MON               0.02

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
BRIGHTON CREST - 9500 FT                 5 PM MON      7.0      0.64
ALTA UDOT - 8799 FT                      4 PM MON      4.0      0.33
ALTA - COLLINS - 9662 FT                 7 PM MON      4.0      0.47
PARK CITY SUMMIT - 9300 FT               4 PM MON      4.0      0.45
ALTA - 8730 FT                           5 PM MON      3.0      0.48
THE CANYONS - 8800 FT                    4 PM MON      3.0      0.30
SOLITUDE - 8200 FT                       4 PM MON      2.0      0.26
SUNDANCE - 7503 FT                       8 PM MON               0.55
SNOWBIRD - 9640 FT                       7 PM MON               0.50
THAYNES CANYON - 9200 FT                 7 PM MON               0.50
BRIGHTON - 8750 FT                       7 PM MON               0.50
DEER VALLEY - ONTARIO - 9100 FT          7 PM MON               0.39
ALTA - BASE - 8560 FT                    7 PM MON               0.28
BIG COTTONWOOD SPRUCES - 7402 FT         4 PM MON               0.24
PROVO CANYON - 6100 FT                   4 PM MON               0.24
MILL-D NORTH - 8960 FT                   7 PM MON               0.20
TIMPANOGOS DIVIDE - 8140 FT              7 PM MON               0.20
PAYSON R.S. - 8050 FT                    7 PM MON               0.10
TIMPANOGOS CAVE - 7999 FT                7 PM MON               0.02
FOUNTAIN GREEN 4ENE - 7166 FT            7 PM MON               0.01

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
TRIAL LAKE - 9960 FT                     7 PM MON               0.70
CHALK CREEK #1 - 9100 FT                 7 PM MON               0.50
HAYDEN FORK - 9100 FT                    6 PM MON               0.30
BROWN DUCK - 10600 FT                    6 PM MON               0.30
BEAR RIVER RS - 8500 FT                  2 PM MON               0.30
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 7 PM MON               0.27
WEBER RIVER NR OAKLEY 7NNE - 6653 FT     7 PM MON               0.21
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      7 PM MON               0.20
BEAVER DIVIDE - 8280 FT                  7 PM MON               0.20
LAKEFORK BASIN - 10900 FT                7 PM MON               0.20
LILY LAKE - 9050 FT                      6 PM MON               0.20
REDDEN MINE LWR - 8500 FT                2 PM MON               0.20
BLACKS FORK JCT - 8870 FT                1 PM MON               0.20
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         3 PM MON               0.17
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         3 PM MON               0.17
WEST FORK BLACKSMITHS FORK - 9620 FT     7 PM MON               0.15
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           7 PM MON               0.15
BEAR RIVER - 8536 FT                     3 PM MON               0.15
OAKLEY - 7800 FT                         4 PM MON               0.12
SMITH & MOREHOUSE - 7600 FT              7 PM MON               0.10
STEEL CREEK PARK - 10100 FT              7 PM MON               0.10
CHALK CREEK #2 - 8200 FT                 7 PM MON               0.10
EF BLACKS FORK GS - 9308 FT              6 PM MON               0.10
HEWINTA - 9500 FT                        5 PM MON               0.10
CHEPETA - 10300 FT                       4 PM MON               0.10
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        3 PM MON               0.10

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
STRAWBERRY DIVIDE - 8400 FT              7 PM MON               0.20
CLEAR CREEK #2 - 8300 FT                 6 PM MON               0.20
DANIELS-STRAWBERRY - 8000 FT             5 PM MON               0.20
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                    3 PM MON               0.11
MAMMOTH-COTTONWOOD - 8800 FT             7 PM MON               0.10

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      7 PM MON               0.04
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT            7 PM MON               0.03
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      2 PM MON               0.01


...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         8 PM MON               0.24
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    2 PM MON               0.19


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


...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     8 AM MON     44 MPH

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
WEST OGDEN - 4222 FT                     2 PM MON     54 MPH
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            2 PM MON     52 MPH
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       2 PM MON     49 MPH
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     3 PM MON     47 MPH
LEGACY PARKWAY - 4215 FT                 3 PM MON     44 MPH
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                      2 PM MON     42 MPH
GREAT SALT LAKE MINERALS - 4212 FT       2 PM MON     42 MPH
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    3 PM MON     41 MPH
PORTABLE RWIS 2 - 4292 FT                1 PM MON     40 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         8 AM MON     59 MPH
SALT AIR - 4209 FT                       9 AM MON     55 MPH
VERNON HILL - 5761 FT                    3 PM MON     41 MPH
TOOELE CITY - 5135 FT                    7 AM MON     40 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
PROMONTORY POINT - 6926 FT               2 PM MON     58 MPH
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              8 AM MON     57 MPH
UTTR THERMAL TREATMENT UNIT - 4915 FT    7 AM MON     55 MPH
WEST OF WILDCAT MTN - 4259 FT           12 PM MON     54 MPH
EAGLE RANGE - 4239 FT                    1 PM MON     53 MPH
HOGUP - 4229 FT                          6 AM MON     53 MPH
DIDDLE KNOLL - 4265 FT                   6 PM MON     51 MPH
GROOME - 4223 FT                         5 AM MON     51 MPH
BADGER ISLAND - 4199 FT                  9 AM MON     50 MPH
HAT ISLAND - 4242 FT                     2 PM MON     49 MPH
CAUSEWAY - 4246 FT                       6 PM MON     47 MPH
I-80 AT MP 1 - 4270 FT                   6 AM MON     47 MPH
UTTR OASIS COMPOUND - 4437 FT            7 AM MON     46 MPH
WENDOVER PORT OF ENTRY - 4227 FT         5 AM MON     46 MPH
WEST SALT FLATS - 4237 FT                5 PM MON     44 MPH
I-80 AT MP 29 - 4125 FT                  6 PM MON     43 MPH
SR-30 AT CURLEW - 4766 FT                5 PM MON     43 MPH
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT                2 PM MON     43 MPH
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT              12 PM MON     43 MPH
WEST GRANITE - 4403 FT                   7 PM MON     42 MPH
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 7 PM MON     41 MPH
JOHNSONS PASS - 6520 FT                  7 AM MON     41 MPH
UPPER CEDAR MTN - 7052 FT                7 AM MON     41 MPH
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                   2 AM MON     41 MPH
V-GRID - 4226 FT                         2 AM MON     41 MPH
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                2 PM MON     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
TRAPPERS LOOP ROAD - 5774 FT             3 PM MON     45 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OGDEN PEAK - 9570 FT                     7 PM MON     62 MPH
SHERWOOD HILLS - 5039 FT                 2 PM MON     52 MPH
SR-16 @ MP1 - 6533 FT                    4 PM MON     48 MPH
SR-65 AT BIG MOUNTAIN PASS - 7433 FT     3 PM MON     48 MPH
WEBER CANYON POWER PLANT - 5801 FT       3 PM MON     46 MPH
PORTABLE RWIS 5 - 7612 FT                4 PM MON     42 MPH
POWDER MOUNTAIN - 8897 FT                9 AM MON     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
CENTRAL WASATCH PEAKS - 11066 FT         7 PM MON     59 MPH
PARK CITY - JUPITER - 10024 FT          10 AM MON     42 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
WINDY PEAK - 10662 FT                    6 PM MON     57 MPH
LOFTY LAKE PEAK - 11186 FT               9 AM MON     49 MPH
DRY RIDGE - 11565 FT                    10 AM MON     47 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
ROOSEVELT - 5171 FT                      1 PM MON     47 MPH
US-40 @ STARVATION - 5720 FT             1 PM MON     47 MPH

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
I-70 AT SALINA - 5226 FT                 2 PM MON     40 MPH
RICHFIELD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5299 FT    2 PM MON     40 MPH

...GLEN CANYON RECREATION AREA/LAKE POWELL...
BULLFROG MARINA - 3700 FT                6 PM MON     40 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SR-72 AT HOGAN PASS - 8977 FT            5 PM MON     54 MPH
FREMONT JUNCTION - 6801 FT               5 PM MON     44 MPH
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    3 PM MON     42 MPH

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SR-12 AT BOULDER SUMMIT - 9595 FT        4 PM MON     41 MPH

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
CHURCH BUTTE - 6743 FT                   5 PM MON     45 MPH
FRENCH - 7375 FT                         4 PM MON     45 MPH
PAINTER - 6939 FT                        4 PM MON     44 MPH
I-80 EAST OF EVANSTON - 7579 FT          4 PM MON     44 MPH
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         4 PM MON     43 MPH
COAL ROAD - 7349 FT                      4 PM MON     40 MPH


$$



000
NOUS45 KSLC 240229
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
825 PM MDT MON MAR 23 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

BELOW ARE PRECIPITATION AND PEAK WIND REPORTS FOR THE PAST 24 HOURS
AS OF 8 PM THIS EVENING...

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     7 PM MON               0.43
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                  7 PM MON               0.40
HYDE PARK                                3 PM MON               0.40
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          8 PM MON               0.38
LBW EXPFARM - 4498 FT                    7 PM MON               0.38
LOGAN RIVER ABV STATE DAM - 4805 FT      7 PM MON               0.35
LOGAN - 4465 FT                          7 PM MON               0.30
PROVIDENCE - EVANS FARM - 4535 FT        8 PM MON               0.22
LBW SOUTHFORK - 5095 FT                  7 PM MON               0.17
LOGAN DRAINAGE FARM - 4435 FT            8 PM MON               0.15
LOGAN GOLF - 4808 FT                     8 PM MON               0.12
LEWISTON - 4514 FT                       8 PM MON               0.09
LBW PARADISE - 4859 FT                   7 PM MON               0.09
LOGAN - 4465 FT                         12 PM MON               0.02
LOGAN - 4806 FT                          7 PM MON               0.01

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BOUNTIFUL - 4760 FT                      7 PM MON               0.24
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4590 FT                  7 PM MON               0.21
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                      7 PM MON               0.20
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                 7 PM MON               0.15
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                   7 PM MON               0.15
FARMINGTON - 4226 FT                     7 PM MON               0.14
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       8 PM MON               0.13
LAYTON - 4770 FT                         7 PM MON               0.13
SOUTH OGDEN - 4777 FT                    7 PM MON               0.10
OGDEN - 4285 FT                          7 PM MON               0.10
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                    7 PM MON               0.10
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    7 PM MON               0.09
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     7 PM MON               0.09
BRIGHAM CITY - 4400 FT                   2 PM MON               0.09
TREMONTON - 4331 FT                      8 PM MON               0.08
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT               7 PM MON               0.08
CLINTON - 4337 FT                        7 PM MON               0.08
LAYTON - 4468 FT                         7 PM MON               0.08
CORINNE - 4238 FT                        8 PM MON               0.07
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                       7 PM MON               0.07
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                       7 PM MON               0.07
ROY - 4373 FT                            7 PM MON               0.07
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            8 PM MON               0.06
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                7 PM MON               0.06
CLEARFIELD UDOT - 4685 FT                7 PM MON               0.06
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    3 PM MON               0.06
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                      7 PM MON               0.05
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                7 PM MON               0.05
CENTERVILLE - 4216 FT                    7 PM MON               0.05
WEST POINT - 4350 FT                     6 PM MON               0.05
BRIGHAM CITY - 4230 FT                   5 PM MON               0.05
EAGLE LAKE - 4377 FT                     8 PM MON               0.04
ROY - 4457 FT                            9 AM MON               0.02
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4802 FT                  7 AM MON               0.02

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
SALT LAKE CITY - 5305 FT                 7 PM MON               0.06
SANDY - 5161 FT                          7 PM MON               0.04
SALT LAKE CITY - 5102 FT                 7 PM MON               0.04
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT         8 PM MON               0.03
DRAPER - 4418 FT                         7 PM MON               0.03
SALT LAKE CITY - 4753 FT                 7 PM MON               0.03
DRAPER - 4426 FT                         7 PM MON               0.03
SANDY - 4712 FT                          7 PM MON               0.03
HERRIMAN - 5062 FT                       7 PM MON               0.03
RIVERTON - 4429 FT                       7 PM MON               0.03
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         7 PM MON               0.02
HOLLADAY - 4516 FT                       7 PM MON               0.02
NORTH HOLLADAY - 4600 FT                 7 PM MON               0.02
HOLLADAY - 4344 FT                       7 PM MON               0.02
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                 7 PM MON               0.02
HOLLADAY - 4456 FT                       9 AM MON               0.02
SANDY - 4714 FT                          8 AM MON               0.02
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                   7 PM MON               0.01
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            7 PM MON               0.01
SOUTH JORDAN - 4551 FT                   7 PM MON               0.01
RIVERTON - 4480 FT                       7 PM MON               0.01
MAGNA - 4400 FT                          7 PM MON               0.01
DRAPER - 5052 FT                         7 PM MON               0.01

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SPANISH FORK POWER HOUSE - 4720 FT       5 PM MON               0.09
SPANISH FORK - 4738 FT                   7 PM MON               0.08
SPANISH FORK - 4721 FT                   8 PM MON               0.07
SPANISH FORK - 4734 FT                   7 PM MON               0.06
PROVO - 4641 FT                          7 PM MON               0.04
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT          8 PM MON               0.03
OREM - 4728 FT                           7 PM MON               0.03
PROVO BYU - 4570 FT                      5 PM MON               0.03
NEPHI - 5002 FT                          8 PM MON               0.02
LEHI - 4593 FT                           7 PM MON               0.02
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4655 FT               7 PM MON               0.02
ALPINE - 5070 FT                         5 PM MON               0.02
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4787 FT               7 PM MON               0.01

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
GEORGE CREEK - 8994 FT                   2 PM MON               0.40
ROCKY BASIN-SETTLEME - 8900 FT           6 PM MON               0.30
CALLAO GATE - 4250 FT                    7 PM MON               0.10
MINING FORK - 8000 FT                    7 PM MON               0.10
UTAH TEST RANGE - 4440 FT                5 PM MON               0.10
ENGLISH VILLAGE - 4788 FT                7 PM MON               0.07
SNOWVILLE (SOUTH) - 4812 FT              8 PM MON               0.06
TARGET R - 4311 FT                       8 PM MON               0.06
TOWER GRID - 4346 FT                     8 PM MON               0.05
CAMEL BACK MTN - 5077 FT                 7 PM MON               0.05
BLUE CREEK - 5170 FT                     8 PM MON               0.04
SNOWVILLE - 4560 FT                      7 PM MON               0.04
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT               8 PM MON               0.03
TARGET S - 4349 FT                       7 PM MON               0.03
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        2 PM MON               0.03
JULIET ROAD - 4324 FT                    8 PM MON               0.02
WHITE SAGE - 4363 FT                     7 PM MON               0.02
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              8 PM MON               0.01
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                    7 PM MON               0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
SWANSONS ENV CENTER - 5700 FT            8 PM MON               0.35
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        7 PM MON               0.28
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                     7 PM MON               0.23
MORGAN - 5059 FT                         7 PM MON               0.15
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT        7 PM MON               0.14
COALVILLE - 5673 FT                      7 PM MON               0.13
MORGAN UDOT - 5105 FT                    7 PM MON               0.10
MORGAN - 5092 FT                         7 AM MON               0.03

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
POWDER MOUNTAIN                          4 PM MON      3.0      0.54
SNOWBASIN MID BOWL - 7402 FT             4 PM MON      2.0      0.38
HORSE RIDGE - 8160 FT                    7 PM MON               0.80
MONTE CRISTO - 8960 FT                   7 PM MON               0.70
BLACKSMITH FORK - 5020 FT                7 PM MON               0.51
KLONDIKE NARROWS - 7400 FT               5 PM MON               0.50
LIGHTNING RIDGE - 8215 FT                7 PM MON               0.40
BEN LOMOND PEAK - 8000 FT                7 PM MON               0.40
DRY BREAD POND - 8350 FT                 7 PM MON               0.40
TONY GROVE LAKE - 8400 FT                7 PM MON               0.40
BUG LAKE - 7950 FT                       6 PM MON               0.40
MANTUA - 5899 FT                         7 PM MON               0.35
GARDEN CITY - 7615 FT                    7 PM MON               0.24
LOST CREEK NR CROYDEN - 5840 FT          7 PM MON               0.23
RANDOLPH UDOT - 6329 FT                  7 PM MON               0.20
HARDWARE RANCH - 5564 FT                 7 PM MON               0.20
FARMINGTON - 8000 FT                     7 PM MON               0.20
LITTLE BEAR - 6550 FT                    7 PM MON               0.20
TEMPLE FORK - 7406 FT                    4 PM MON               0.20
EMIGRATION CANYON - 6024 FT              7 PM MON               0.14
GARDEN CITY - 5959 FT                    7 PM MON               0.12
PARRISH CREEK - 7740 FT                  7 PM MON               0.10
LOOKOUT PEAK - 8200 FT                   7 PM MON               0.10
KILFOIL CREEK - 7400 FT                  5 PM MON               0.10
GARDEN CITY SUMMIT - 7600 FT             2 PM MON               0.10
LAKETOWN - 5980 FT                       5 PM MON               0.07
RANDOLPH - 6264 FT                       8 PM MON               0.05
LAKETOWN - 5959 FT                       8 PM MON               0.05
LAKETOWN UDOT - 5991 FT                  7 PM MON               0.05
CITY CREEK WATER PLANT - 5330 FT         5 PM MON               0.05
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    2 PM MON               0.05
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       3 PM MON               0.02

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
BRIGHTON CREST - 9500 FT                 5 PM MON      7.0      0.64
ALTA UDOT - 8799 FT                      4 PM MON      4.0      0.33
ALTA - COLLINS - 9662 FT                 7 PM MON      4.0      0.47
PARK CITY SUMMIT - 9300 FT               4 PM MON      4.0      0.45
ALTA - 8730 FT                           5 PM MON      3.0      0.48
THE CANYONS - 8800 FT                    4 PM MON      3.0      0.30
SOLITUDE - 8200 FT                       4 PM MON      2.0      0.26
SUNDANCE - 7503 FT                       8 PM MON               0.55
SNOWBIRD - 9640 FT                       7 PM MON               0.50
THAYNES CANYON - 9200 FT                 7 PM MON               0.50
BRIGHTON - 8750 FT                       7 PM MON               0.50
DEER VALLEY - ONTARIO - 9100 FT          7 PM MON               0.39
ALTA - BASE - 8560 FT                    7 PM MON               0.28
BIG COTTONWOOD SPRUCES - 7402 FT         4 PM MON               0.24
PROVO CANYON - 6100 FT                   4 PM MON               0.24
MILL-D NORTH - 8960 FT                   7 PM MON               0.20
TIMPANOGOS DIVIDE - 8140 FT              7 PM MON               0.20
PAYSON R.S. - 8050 FT                    7 PM MON               0.10
TIMPANOGOS CAVE - 7999 FT                7 PM MON               0.02
FOUNTAIN GREEN 4ENE - 7166 FT            7 PM MON               0.01

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
TRIAL LAKE - 9960 FT                     7 PM MON               0.70
CHALK CREEK #1 - 9100 FT                 7 PM MON               0.50
HAYDEN FORK - 9100 FT                    6 PM MON               0.30
BROWN DUCK - 10600 FT                    6 PM MON               0.30
BEAR RIVER RS - 8500 FT                  2 PM MON               0.30
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 7 PM MON               0.27
WEBER RIVER NR OAKLEY 7NNE - 6653 FT     7 PM MON               0.21
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      7 PM MON               0.20
BEAVER DIVIDE - 8280 FT                  7 PM MON               0.20
LAKEFORK BASIN - 10900 FT                7 PM MON               0.20
LILY LAKE - 9050 FT                      6 PM MON               0.20
REDDEN MINE LWR - 8500 FT                2 PM MON               0.20
BLACKS FORK JCT - 8870 FT                1 PM MON               0.20
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         3 PM MON               0.17
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         3 PM MON               0.17
WEST FORK BLACKSMITHS FORK - 9620 FT     7 PM MON               0.15
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           7 PM MON               0.15
BEAR RIVER - 8536 FT                     3 PM MON               0.15
OAKLEY - 7800 FT                         4 PM MON               0.12
SMITH & MOREHOUSE - 7600 FT              7 PM MON               0.10
STEEL CREEK PARK - 10100 FT              7 PM MON               0.10
CHALK CREEK #2 - 8200 FT                 7 PM MON               0.10
EF BLACKS FORK GS - 9308 FT              6 PM MON               0.10
HEWINTA - 9500 FT                        5 PM MON               0.10
CHEPETA - 10300 FT                       4 PM MON               0.10
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        3 PM MON               0.10

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
STRAWBERRY DIVIDE - 8400 FT              7 PM MON               0.20
CLEAR CREEK #2 - 8300 FT                 6 PM MON               0.20
DANIELS-STRAWBERRY - 8000 FT             5 PM MON               0.20
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                    3 PM MON               0.11
MAMMOTH-COTTONWOOD - 8800 FT             7 PM MON               0.10

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      7 PM MON               0.04
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT            7 PM MON               0.03
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      2 PM MON               0.01


...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         8 PM MON               0.24
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    2 PM MON               0.19


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


...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     8 AM MON     44 MPH

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
WEST OGDEN - 4222 FT                     2 PM MON     54 MPH
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            2 PM MON     52 MPH
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       2 PM MON     49 MPH
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     3 PM MON     47 MPH
LEGACY PARKWAY - 4215 FT                 3 PM MON     44 MPH
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                      2 PM MON     42 MPH
GREAT SALT LAKE MINERALS - 4212 FT       2 PM MON     42 MPH
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    3 PM MON     41 MPH
PORTABLE RWIS 2 - 4292 FT                1 PM MON     40 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         8 AM MON     59 MPH
SALT AIR - 4209 FT                       9 AM MON     55 MPH
VERNON HILL - 5761 FT                    3 PM MON     41 MPH
TOOELE CITY - 5135 FT                    7 AM MON     40 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
PROMONTORY POINT - 6926 FT               2 PM MON     58 MPH
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              8 AM MON     57 MPH
UTTR THERMAL TREATMENT UNIT - 4915 FT    7 AM MON     55 MPH
WEST OF WILDCAT MTN - 4259 FT           12 PM MON     54 MPH
EAGLE RANGE - 4239 FT                    1 PM MON     53 MPH
HOGUP - 4229 FT                          6 AM MON     53 MPH
DIDDLE KNOLL - 4265 FT                   6 PM MON     51 MPH
GROOME - 4223 FT                         5 AM MON     51 MPH
BADGER ISLAND - 4199 FT                  9 AM MON     50 MPH
HAT ISLAND - 4242 FT                     2 PM MON     49 MPH
CAUSEWAY - 4246 FT                       6 PM MON     47 MPH
I-80 AT MP 1 - 4270 FT                   6 AM MON     47 MPH
UTTR OASIS COMPOUND - 4437 FT            7 AM MON     46 MPH
WENDOVER PORT OF ENTRY - 4227 FT         5 AM MON     46 MPH
WEST SALT FLATS - 4237 FT                5 PM MON     44 MPH
I-80 AT MP 29 - 4125 FT                  6 PM MON     43 MPH
SR-30 AT CURLEW - 4766 FT                5 PM MON     43 MPH
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT                2 PM MON     43 MPH
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT              12 PM MON     43 MPH
WEST GRANITE - 4403 FT                   7 PM MON     42 MPH
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 7 PM MON     41 MPH
JOHNSONS PASS - 6520 FT                  7 AM MON     41 MPH
UPPER CEDAR MTN - 7052 FT                7 AM MON     41 MPH
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                   2 AM MON     41 MPH
V-GRID - 4226 FT                         2 AM MON     41 MPH
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                2 PM MON     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
TRAPPERS LOOP ROAD - 5774 FT             3 PM MON     45 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OGDEN PEAK - 9570 FT                     7 PM MON     62 MPH
SHERWOOD HILLS - 5039 FT                 2 PM MON     52 MPH
SR-16 @ MP1 - 6533 FT                    4 PM MON     48 MPH
SR-65 AT BIG MOUNTAIN PASS - 7433 FT     3 PM MON     48 MPH
WEBER CANYON POWER PLANT - 5801 FT       3 PM MON     46 MPH
PORTABLE RWIS 5 - 7612 FT                4 PM MON     42 MPH
POWDER MOUNTAIN - 8897 FT                9 AM MON     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
CENTRAL WASATCH PEAKS - 11066 FT         7 PM MON     59 MPH
PARK CITY - JUPITER - 10024 FT          10 AM MON     42 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
WINDY PEAK - 10662 FT                    6 PM MON     57 MPH
LOFTY LAKE PEAK - 11186 FT               9 AM MON     49 MPH
DRY RIDGE - 11565 FT                    10 AM MON     47 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
ROOSEVELT - 5171 FT                      1 PM MON     47 MPH
US-40 @ STARVATION - 5720 FT             1 PM MON     47 MPH

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
I-70 AT SALINA - 5226 FT                 2 PM MON     40 MPH
RICHFIELD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5299 FT    2 PM MON     40 MPH

...GLEN CANYON RECREATION AREA/LAKE POWELL...
BULLFROG MARINA - 3700 FT                6 PM MON     40 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SR-72 AT HOGAN PASS - 8977 FT            5 PM MON     54 MPH
FREMONT JUNCTION - 6801 FT               5 PM MON     44 MPH
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    3 PM MON     42 MPH

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SR-12 AT BOULDER SUMMIT - 9595 FT        4 PM MON     41 MPH

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
CHURCH BUTTE - 6743 FT                   5 PM MON     45 MPH
FRENCH - 7375 FT                         4 PM MON     45 MPH
PAINTER - 6939 FT                        4 PM MON     44 MPH
I-80 EAST OF EVANSTON - 7579 FT          4 PM MON     44 MPH
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         4 PM MON     43 MPH
COAL ROAD - 7349 FT                      4 PM MON     40 MPH


$$



000
NOUS45 KSLC 240229
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
825 PM MDT MON MAR 23 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

BELOW ARE PRECIPITATION AND PEAK WIND REPORTS FOR THE PAST 24 HOURS
AS OF 8 PM THIS EVENING...

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     7 PM MON               0.43
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                  7 PM MON               0.40
HYDE PARK                                3 PM MON               0.40
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          8 PM MON               0.38
LBW EXPFARM - 4498 FT                    7 PM MON               0.38
LOGAN RIVER ABV STATE DAM - 4805 FT      7 PM MON               0.35
LOGAN - 4465 FT                          7 PM MON               0.30
PROVIDENCE - EVANS FARM - 4535 FT        8 PM MON               0.22
LBW SOUTHFORK - 5095 FT                  7 PM MON               0.17
LOGAN DRAINAGE FARM - 4435 FT            8 PM MON               0.15
LOGAN GOLF - 4808 FT                     8 PM MON               0.12
LEWISTON - 4514 FT                       8 PM MON               0.09
LBW PARADISE - 4859 FT                   7 PM MON               0.09
LOGAN - 4465 FT                         12 PM MON               0.02
LOGAN - 4806 FT                          7 PM MON               0.01

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BOUNTIFUL - 4760 FT                      7 PM MON               0.24
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4590 FT                  7 PM MON               0.21
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                      7 PM MON               0.20
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                 7 PM MON               0.15
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                   7 PM MON               0.15
FARMINGTON - 4226 FT                     7 PM MON               0.14
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       8 PM MON               0.13
LAYTON - 4770 FT                         7 PM MON               0.13
SOUTH OGDEN - 4777 FT                    7 PM MON               0.10
OGDEN - 4285 FT                          7 PM MON               0.10
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                    7 PM MON               0.10
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    7 PM MON               0.09
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     7 PM MON               0.09
BRIGHAM CITY - 4400 FT                   2 PM MON               0.09
TREMONTON - 4331 FT                      8 PM MON               0.08
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT               7 PM MON               0.08
CLINTON - 4337 FT                        7 PM MON               0.08
LAYTON - 4468 FT                         7 PM MON               0.08
CORINNE - 4238 FT                        8 PM MON               0.07
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                       7 PM MON               0.07
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                       7 PM MON               0.07
ROY - 4373 FT                            7 PM MON               0.07
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            8 PM MON               0.06
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                7 PM MON               0.06
CLEARFIELD UDOT - 4685 FT                7 PM MON               0.06
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    3 PM MON               0.06
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                      7 PM MON               0.05
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                7 PM MON               0.05
CENTERVILLE - 4216 FT                    7 PM MON               0.05
WEST POINT - 4350 FT                     6 PM MON               0.05
BRIGHAM CITY - 4230 FT                   5 PM MON               0.05
EAGLE LAKE - 4377 FT                     8 PM MON               0.04
ROY - 4457 FT                            9 AM MON               0.02
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4802 FT                  7 AM MON               0.02

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
SALT LAKE CITY - 5305 FT                 7 PM MON               0.06
SANDY - 5161 FT                          7 PM MON               0.04
SALT LAKE CITY - 5102 FT                 7 PM MON               0.04
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT         8 PM MON               0.03
DRAPER - 4418 FT                         7 PM MON               0.03
SALT LAKE CITY - 4753 FT                 7 PM MON               0.03
DRAPER - 4426 FT                         7 PM MON               0.03
SANDY - 4712 FT                          7 PM MON               0.03
HERRIMAN - 5062 FT                       7 PM MON               0.03
RIVERTON - 4429 FT                       7 PM MON               0.03
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         7 PM MON               0.02
HOLLADAY - 4516 FT                       7 PM MON               0.02
NORTH HOLLADAY - 4600 FT                 7 PM MON               0.02
HOLLADAY - 4344 FT                       7 PM MON               0.02
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                 7 PM MON               0.02
HOLLADAY - 4456 FT                       9 AM MON               0.02
SANDY - 4714 FT                          8 AM MON               0.02
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                   7 PM MON               0.01
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            7 PM MON               0.01
SOUTH JORDAN - 4551 FT                   7 PM MON               0.01
RIVERTON - 4480 FT                       7 PM MON               0.01
MAGNA - 4400 FT                          7 PM MON               0.01
DRAPER - 5052 FT                         7 PM MON               0.01

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SPANISH FORK POWER HOUSE - 4720 FT       5 PM MON               0.09
SPANISH FORK - 4738 FT                   7 PM MON               0.08
SPANISH FORK - 4721 FT                   8 PM MON               0.07
SPANISH FORK - 4734 FT                   7 PM MON               0.06
PROVO - 4641 FT                          7 PM MON               0.04
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT          8 PM MON               0.03
OREM - 4728 FT                           7 PM MON               0.03
PROVO BYU - 4570 FT                      5 PM MON               0.03
NEPHI - 5002 FT                          8 PM MON               0.02
LEHI - 4593 FT                           7 PM MON               0.02
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4655 FT               7 PM MON               0.02
ALPINE - 5070 FT                         5 PM MON               0.02
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4787 FT               7 PM MON               0.01

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
GEORGE CREEK - 8994 FT                   2 PM MON               0.40
ROCKY BASIN-SETTLEME - 8900 FT           6 PM MON               0.30
CALLAO GATE - 4250 FT                    7 PM MON               0.10
MINING FORK - 8000 FT                    7 PM MON               0.10
UTAH TEST RANGE - 4440 FT                5 PM MON               0.10
ENGLISH VILLAGE - 4788 FT                7 PM MON               0.07
SNOWVILLE (SOUTH) - 4812 FT              8 PM MON               0.06
TARGET R - 4311 FT                       8 PM MON               0.06
TOWER GRID - 4346 FT                     8 PM MON               0.05
CAMEL BACK MTN - 5077 FT                 7 PM MON               0.05
BLUE CREEK - 5170 FT                     8 PM MON               0.04
SNOWVILLE - 4560 FT                      7 PM MON               0.04
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT               8 PM MON               0.03
TARGET S - 4349 FT                       7 PM MON               0.03
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        2 PM MON               0.03
JULIET ROAD - 4324 FT                    8 PM MON               0.02
WHITE SAGE - 4363 FT                     7 PM MON               0.02
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              8 PM MON               0.01
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                    7 PM MON               0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
SWANSONS ENV CENTER - 5700 FT            8 PM MON               0.35
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        7 PM MON               0.28
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                     7 PM MON               0.23
MORGAN - 5059 FT                         7 PM MON               0.15
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT        7 PM MON               0.14
COALVILLE - 5673 FT                      7 PM MON               0.13
MORGAN UDOT - 5105 FT                    7 PM MON               0.10
MORGAN - 5092 FT                         7 AM MON               0.03

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
POWDER MOUNTAIN                          4 PM MON      3.0      0.54
SNOWBASIN MID BOWL - 7402 FT             4 PM MON      2.0      0.38
HORSE RIDGE - 8160 FT                    7 PM MON               0.80
MONTE CRISTO - 8960 FT                   7 PM MON               0.70
BLACKSMITH FORK - 5020 FT                7 PM MON               0.51
KLONDIKE NARROWS - 7400 FT               5 PM MON               0.50
LIGHTNING RIDGE - 8215 FT                7 PM MON               0.40
BEN LOMOND PEAK - 8000 FT                7 PM MON               0.40
DRY BREAD POND - 8350 FT                 7 PM MON               0.40
TONY GROVE LAKE - 8400 FT                7 PM MON               0.40
BUG LAKE - 7950 FT                       6 PM MON               0.40
MANTUA - 5899 FT                         7 PM MON               0.35
GARDEN CITY - 7615 FT                    7 PM MON               0.24
LOST CREEK NR CROYDEN - 5840 FT          7 PM MON               0.23
RANDOLPH UDOT - 6329 FT                  7 PM MON               0.20
HARDWARE RANCH - 5564 FT                 7 PM MON               0.20
FARMINGTON - 8000 FT                     7 PM MON               0.20
LITTLE BEAR - 6550 FT                    7 PM MON               0.20
TEMPLE FORK - 7406 FT                    4 PM MON               0.20
EMIGRATION CANYON - 6024 FT              7 PM MON               0.14
GARDEN CITY - 5959 FT                    7 PM MON               0.12
PARRISH CREEK - 7740 FT                  7 PM MON               0.10
LOOKOUT PEAK - 8200 FT                   7 PM MON               0.10
KILFOIL CREEK - 7400 FT                  5 PM MON               0.10
GARDEN CITY SUMMIT - 7600 FT             2 PM MON               0.10
LAKETOWN - 5980 FT                       5 PM MON               0.07
RANDOLPH - 6264 FT                       8 PM MON               0.05
LAKETOWN - 5959 FT                       8 PM MON               0.05
LAKETOWN UDOT - 5991 FT                  7 PM MON               0.05
CITY CREEK WATER PLANT - 5330 FT         5 PM MON               0.05
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    2 PM MON               0.05
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       3 PM MON               0.02

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
BRIGHTON CREST - 9500 FT                 5 PM MON      7.0      0.64
ALTA UDOT - 8799 FT                      4 PM MON      4.0      0.33
ALTA - COLLINS - 9662 FT                 7 PM MON      4.0      0.47
PARK CITY SUMMIT - 9300 FT               4 PM MON      4.0      0.45
ALTA - 8730 FT                           5 PM MON      3.0      0.48
THE CANYONS - 8800 FT                    4 PM MON      3.0      0.30
SOLITUDE - 8200 FT                       4 PM MON      2.0      0.26
SUNDANCE - 7503 FT                       8 PM MON               0.55
SNOWBIRD - 9640 FT                       7 PM MON               0.50
THAYNES CANYON - 9200 FT                 7 PM MON               0.50
BRIGHTON - 8750 FT                       7 PM MON               0.50
DEER VALLEY - ONTARIO - 9100 FT          7 PM MON               0.39
ALTA - BASE - 8560 FT                    7 PM MON               0.28
BIG COTTONWOOD SPRUCES - 7402 FT         4 PM MON               0.24
PROVO CANYON - 6100 FT                   4 PM MON               0.24
MILL-D NORTH - 8960 FT                   7 PM MON               0.20
TIMPANOGOS DIVIDE - 8140 FT              7 PM MON               0.20
PAYSON R.S. - 8050 FT                    7 PM MON               0.10
TIMPANOGOS CAVE - 7999 FT                7 PM MON               0.02
FOUNTAIN GREEN 4ENE - 7166 FT            7 PM MON               0.01

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
TRIAL LAKE - 9960 FT                     7 PM MON               0.70
CHALK CREEK #1 - 9100 FT                 7 PM MON               0.50
HAYDEN FORK - 9100 FT                    6 PM MON               0.30
BROWN DUCK - 10600 FT                    6 PM MON               0.30
BEAR RIVER RS - 8500 FT                  2 PM MON               0.30
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 7 PM MON               0.27
WEBER RIVER NR OAKLEY 7NNE - 6653 FT     7 PM MON               0.21
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      7 PM MON               0.20
BEAVER DIVIDE - 8280 FT                  7 PM MON               0.20
LAKEFORK BASIN - 10900 FT                7 PM MON               0.20
LILY LAKE - 9050 FT                      6 PM MON               0.20
REDDEN MINE LWR - 8500 FT                2 PM MON               0.20
BLACKS FORK JCT - 8870 FT                1 PM MON               0.20
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         3 PM MON               0.17
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         3 PM MON               0.17
WEST FORK BLACKSMITHS FORK - 9620 FT     7 PM MON               0.15
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           7 PM MON               0.15
BEAR RIVER - 8536 FT                     3 PM MON               0.15
OAKLEY - 7800 FT                         4 PM MON               0.12
SMITH & MOREHOUSE - 7600 FT              7 PM MON               0.10
STEEL CREEK PARK - 10100 FT              7 PM MON               0.10
CHALK CREEK #2 - 8200 FT                 7 PM MON               0.10
EF BLACKS FORK GS - 9308 FT              6 PM MON               0.10
HEWINTA - 9500 FT                        5 PM MON               0.10
CHEPETA - 10300 FT                       4 PM MON               0.10
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        3 PM MON               0.10

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
STRAWBERRY DIVIDE - 8400 FT              7 PM MON               0.20
CLEAR CREEK #2 - 8300 FT                 6 PM MON               0.20
DANIELS-STRAWBERRY - 8000 FT             5 PM MON               0.20
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                    3 PM MON               0.11
MAMMOTH-COTTONWOOD - 8800 FT             7 PM MON               0.10

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      7 PM MON               0.04
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT            7 PM MON               0.03
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      2 PM MON               0.01


...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         8 PM MON               0.24
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    2 PM MON               0.19


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


...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     8 AM MON     44 MPH

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
WEST OGDEN - 4222 FT                     2 PM MON     54 MPH
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            2 PM MON     52 MPH
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       2 PM MON     49 MPH
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     3 PM MON     47 MPH
LEGACY PARKWAY - 4215 FT                 3 PM MON     44 MPH
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                      2 PM MON     42 MPH
GREAT SALT LAKE MINERALS - 4212 FT       2 PM MON     42 MPH
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    3 PM MON     41 MPH
PORTABLE RWIS 2 - 4292 FT                1 PM MON     40 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         8 AM MON     59 MPH
SALT AIR - 4209 FT                       9 AM MON     55 MPH
VERNON HILL - 5761 FT                    3 PM MON     41 MPH
TOOELE CITY - 5135 FT                    7 AM MON     40 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
PROMONTORY POINT - 6926 FT               2 PM MON     58 MPH
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              8 AM MON     57 MPH
UTTR THERMAL TREATMENT UNIT - 4915 FT    7 AM MON     55 MPH
WEST OF WILDCAT MTN - 4259 FT           12 PM MON     54 MPH
EAGLE RANGE - 4239 FT                    1 PM MON     53 MPH
HOGUP - 4229 FT                          6 AM MON     53 MPH
DIDDLE KNOLL - 4265 FT                   6 PM MON     51 MPH
GROOME - 4223 FT                         5 AM MON     51 MPH
BADGER ISLAND - 4199 FT                  9 AM MON     50 MPH
HAT ISLAND - 4242 FT                     2 PM MON     49 MPH
CAUSEWAY - 4246 FT                       6 PM MON     47 MPH
I-80 AT MP 1 - 4270 FT                   6 AM MON     47 MPH
UTTR OASIS COMPOUND - 4437 FT            7 AM MON     46 MPH
WENDOVER PORT OF ENTRY - 4227 FT         5 AM MON     46 MPH
WEST SALT FLATS - 4237 FT                5 PM MON     44 MPH
I-80 AT MP 29 - 4125 FT                  6 PM MON     43 MPH
SR-30 AT CURLEW - 4766 FT                5 PM MON     43 MPH
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT                2 PM MON     43 MPH
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT              12 PM MON     43 MPH
WEST GRANITE - 4403 FT                   7 PM MON     42 MPH
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 7 PM MON     41 MPH
JOHNSONS PASS - 6520 FT                  7 AM MON     41 MPH
UPPER CEDAR MTN - 7052 FT                7 AM MON     41 MPH
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                   2 AM MON     41 MPH
V-GRID - 4226 FT                         2 AM MON     41 MPH
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                2 PM MON     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
TRAPPERS LOOP ROAD - 5774 FT             3 PM MON     45 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OGDEN PEAK - 9570 FT                     7 PM MON     62 MPH
SHERWOOD HILLS - 5039 FT                 2 PM MON     52 MPH
SR-16 @ MP1 - 6533 FT                    4 PM MON     48 MPH
SR-65 AT BIG MOUNTAIN PASS - 7433 FT     3 PM MON     48 MPH
WEBER CANYON POWER PLANT - 5801 FT       3 PM MON     46 MPH
PORTABLE RWIS 5 - 7612 FT                4 PM MON     42 MPH
POWDER MOUNTAIN - 8897 FT                9 AM MON     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
CENTRAL WASATCH PEAKS - 11066 FT         7 PM MON     59 MPH
PARK CITY - JUPITER - 10024 FT          10 AM MON     42 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
WINDY PEAK - 10662 FT                    6 PM MON     57 MPH
LOFTY LAKE PEAK - 11186 FT               9 AM MON     49 MPH
DRY RIDGE - 11565 FT                    10 AM MON     47 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
ROOSEVELT - 5171 FT                      1 PM MON     47 MPH
US-40 @ STARVATION - 5720 FT             1 PM MON     47 MPH

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
I-70 AT SALINA - 5226 FT                 2 PM MON     40 MPH
RICHFIELD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5299 FT    2 PM MON     40 MPH

...GLEN CANYON RECREATION AREA/LAKE POWELL...
BULLFROG MARINA - 3700 FT                6 PM MON     40 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SR-72 AT HOGAN PASS - 8977 FT            5 PM MON     54 MPH
FREMONT JUNCTION - 6801 FT               5 PM MON     44 MPH
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    3 PM MON     42 MPH

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SR-12 AT BOULDER SUMMIT - 9595 FT        4 PM MON     41 MPH

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
CHURCH BUTTE - 6743 FT                   5 PM MON     45 MPH
FRENCH - 7375 FT                         4 PM MON     45 MPH
PAINTER - 6939 FT                        4 PM MON     44 MPH
I-80 EAST OF EVANSTON - 7579 FT          4 PM MON     44 MPH
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         4 PM MON     43 MPH
COAL ROAD - 7349 FT                      4 PM MON     40 MPH


$$



000
NOUS46 KLOX 240058
PNSLOX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOS ANGELES/OXNARD CA
558 PM PDT MON MAR 23 2015

...SIGNIFICANT WIND GUSTS SINCE 258 PM PDT MONDAY...

LOS ANGELES COUNTY                    PEAK WIND GUST
SANDBERG.............................NORTH     38 MPH.
POPPY PARK...........................WEST      53 MPH.
LANCASTER............................WEST      45 MPH.

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000
NOUS46 KLOX 240058
PNSLOX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOS ANGELES/OXNARD CA
558 PM PDT MON MAR 23 2015

...SIGNIFICANT WIND GUSTS SINCE 258 PM PDT MONDAY...

LOS ANGELES COUNTY                    PEAK WIND GUST
SANDBERG.............................NORTH     38 MPH.
POPPY PARK...........................WEST      53 MPH.
LANCASTER............................WEST      45 MPH.

$$







000
NOUS46 KLOX 240058
PNSLOX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOS ANGELES/OXNARD CA
558 PM PDT MON MAR 23 2015

...SIGNIFICANT WIND GUSTS SINCE 258 PM PDT MONDAY...

LOS ANGELES COUNTY                    PEAK WIND GUST
SANDBERG.............................NORTH     38 MPH.
POPPY PARK...........................WEST      53 MPH.
LANCASTER............................WEST      45 MPH.

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000
NOUS46 KLOX 240058
PNSLOX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOS ANGELES/OXNARD CA
558 PM PDT MON MAR 23 2015

...SIGNIFICANT WIND GUSTS SINCE 258 PM PDT MONDAY...

LOS ANGELES COUNTY                    PEAK WIND GUST
SANDBERG.............................NORTH     38 MPH.
POPPY PARK...........................WEST      53 MPH.
LANCASTER............................WEST      45 MPH.

$$







000
NOUS45 KPUB 232255
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-232355

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
455 PM MDT MON MAR 23 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 66
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 37
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 61
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 37
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0
                    PEAK WIND GUST...32 MPH FROM THE
                    SOUTH AT 320 PM MDT.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 62
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 33
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0
                    PEAK WIND GUST...39 MPH FROM THE
                    SOUTHWEST AT 237 PM MDT.


$$



000
NOUS45 KPUB 232255
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-232355

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
455 PM MDT MON MAR 23 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 66
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 37
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 61
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 37
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0
                    PEAK WIND GUST...32 MPH FROM THE
                    SOUTH AT 320 PM MDT.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 62
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 33
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0
                    PEAK WIND GUST...39 MPH FROM THE
                    SOUTHWEST AT 237 PM MDT.


$$



000
NOUS45 KPUB 232255
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-232355

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
455 PM MDT MON MAR 23 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 66
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 37
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 61
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 37
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0
                    PEAK WIND GUST...32 MPH FROM THE
                    SOUTH AT 320 PM MDT.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 62
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 33
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0
                    PEAK WIND GUST...39 MPH FROM THE
                    SOUTHWEST AT 237 PM MDT.


$$



000
NOUS45 KPUB 232255
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-232355

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
455 PM MDT MON MAR 23 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 66
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 37
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 61
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 37
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0
                    PEAK WIND GUST...32 MPH FROM THE
                    SOUTH AT 320 PM MDT.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 62
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 33
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0
                    PEAK WIND GUST...39 MPH FROM THE
                    SOUTHWEST AT 237 PM MDT.


$$



000
NOUS45 KPUB 232255
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-232355

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
455 PM MDT MON MAR 23 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 66
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 37
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 61
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 37
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0
                    PEAK WIND GUST...32 MPH FROM THE
                    SOUTH AT 320 PM MDT.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 62
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 33
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0
                    PEAK WIND GUST...39 MPH FROM THE
                    SOUTHWEST AT 237 PM MDT.


$$


000
NOUS45 KPUB 232255
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-232355

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
455 PM MDT MON MAR 23 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 66
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 37
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 61
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 37
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0
                    PEAK WIND GUST...32 MPH FROM THE
                    SOUTH AT 320 PM MDT.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 62
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 33
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0
                    PEAK WIND GUST...39 MPH FROM THE
                    SOUTHWEST AT 237 PM MDT.


$$



000
NOUS46 KLOX 232203
PNSLOX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOS ANGELES/OXNARD CA
300 PM PDT MON MAR 23 2015

...SIGNIFICANT WIND GUSTS SINCE 900 AM PDT MONDAY...

LOS ANGELES COUNTY                    PEAK WIND GUST
SANDBERG.............................NORTH     44 MPH.
WHITAKER PEAK........................NORTHWEST 40 MPH.
PALMDALE.............................WEST      38 MPH.
LAKE PALMDALE........................NORTH     38 MPH.
POPPY PARK...........................WEST      57 MPH.
LANCASTER............................WEST      44 MPH.

$$

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000
NOUS46 KLOX 232203
PNSLOX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOS ANGELES/OXNARD CA
300 PM PDT MON MAR 23 2015

...SIGNIFICANT WIND GUSTS SINCE 900 AM PDT MONDAY...

LOS ANGELES COUNTY                    PEAK WIND GUST
SANDBERG.............................NORTH     44 MPH.
WHITAKER PEAK........................NORTHWEST 40 MPH.
PALMDALE.............................WEST      38 MPH.
LAKE PALMDALE........................NORTH     38 MPH.
POPPY PARK...........................WEST      57 MPH.
LANCASTER............................WEST      44 MPH.

$$

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000
NOUS46 KLOX 232203
PNSLOX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOS ANGELES/OXNARD CA
300 PM PDT MON MAR 23 2015

...SIGNIFICANT WIND GUSTS SINCE 900 AM PDT MONDAY...

LOS ANGELES COUNTY                    PEAK WIND GUST
SANDBERG.............................NORTH     44 MPH.
WHITAKER PEAK........................NORTHWEST 40 MPH.
PALMDALE.............................WEST      38 MPH.
LAKE PALMDALE........................NORTH     38 MPH.
POPPY PARK...........................WEST      57 MPH.
LANCASTER............................WEST      44 MPH.

$$

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000
NOUS46 KLOX 232203
PNSLOX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOS ANGELES/OXNARD CA
300 PM PDT MON MAR 23 2015

...SIGNIFICANT WIND GUSTS SINCE 900 AM PDT MONDAY...

LOS ANGELES COUNTY                    PEAK WIND GUST
SANDBERG.............................NORTH     44 MPH.
WHITAKER PEAK........................NORTHWEST 40 MPH.
PALMDALE.............................WEST      38 MPH.
LAKE PALMDALE........................NORTH     38 MPH.
POPPY PARK...........................WEST      57 MPH.
LANCASTER............................WEST      44 MPH.

$$

B





000
NOUS46 KLOX 232203
PNSLOX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOS ANGELES/OXNARD CA
300 PM PDT MON MAR 23 2015

...SIGNIFICANT WIND GUSTS SINCE 900 AM PDT MONDAY...

LOS ANGELES COUNTY                    PEAK WIND GUST
SANDBERG.............................NORTH     44 MPH.
WHITAKER PEAK........................NORTHWEST 40 MPH.
PALMDALE.............................WEST      38 MPH.
LAKE PALMDALE........................NORTH     38 MPH.
POPPY PARK...........................WEST      57 MPH.
LANCASTER............................WEST      44 MPH.

$$

B




000
NOUS45 KSLC 232136
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
336 PM MDT MON MAR 23 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
LBW EXPFARM - 4498 FT                    3 PM MON               0.33
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     3 PM MON               0.32
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                  3 PM MON               0.31
LOGAN - 4465 FT                          3 PM MON               0.26
LOGAN RIVER ABV STATE DAM - 4805 FT      3 PM MON               0.23
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          3 PM MON               0.21
PROVIDENCE - EVANS FARM - 4535 FT        3 PM MON               0.21
LOGAN DRAINAGE FARM - 4435 FT            3 PM MON               0.13
LOGAN GOLF - 4808 FT                     3 PM MON               0.10
LBW PARADISE - 4859 FT                   3 PM MON               0.04
LEWISTON - 4514 FT                       3 PM MON               0.03
LBW SOUTHFORK - 5095 FT                  3 PM MON               0.03
LOGAN - 4465 FT                         12 PM MON               0.02
LOGAN - 4806 FT                          3 PM MON               0.01

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                      3 PM MON               0.18
BOUNTIFUL - 4760 FT                      3 PM MON               0.17
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4590 FT                  3 PM MON               0.16
LAYTON - 4770 FT                         3 PM MON               0.13
FARMINGTON - 4226 FT                     3 PM MON               0.13
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                   3 PM MON               0.11
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                    3 PM MON               0.10
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       3 PM MON               0.09
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     3 PM MON               0.09
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                 3 PM MON               0.09
BRIGHAM CITY - 4400 FT                   2 PM MON               0.09
SOUTH OGDEN - 4777 FT                    3 PM MON               0.08
TREMONTON - 4331 FT                      3 PM MON               0.08
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT               3 PM MON               0.07
LAYTON - 4468 FT                         3 PM MON               0.07
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            3 PM MON               0.06
ROY - 4373 FT                            3 PM MON               0.06
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                       3 PM MON               0.06
CLINTON - 4337 FT                        3 PM MON               0.06
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                       3 PM MON               0.06
CLEARFIELD UDOT - 4685 FT                3 PM MON               0.06
CORINNE - 4238 FT                        3 PM MON               0.06
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    3 PM MON               0.06
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                3 PM MON               0.05
WEST POINT - 4350 FT                     3 PM MON               0.05
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                      3 PM MON               0.04
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                3 PM MON               0.04
CENTERVILLE - 4216 FT                    3 PM MON               0.04
OGDEN - 4285 FT                          3 PM MON               0.04
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    3 PM MON               0.04
EAGLE LAKE - 4377 FT                     3 PM MON               0.02
ROY - 4457 FT                            9 AM MON               0.02
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4802 FT                  7 AM MON               0.02

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
SALT LAKE CITY - 5102 FT                 3 PM MON               0.04
SALT LAKE CITY - 4753 FT                 3 PM MON               0.02
SANDY - 5161 FT                          3 PM MON               0.02
HOLLADAY - 4516 FT                       3 PM MON               0.02
NORTH HOLLADAY - 4600 FT                 3 PM MON               0.02
HOLLADAY - 4344 FT                       3 PM MON               0.02
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                 3 PM MON               0.02
HOLLADAY - 4456 FT                       9 AM MON               0.02
SANDY - 4714 FT                          8 AM MON               0.02
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                   3 PM MON               0.01
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            3 PM MON               0.01
MAGNA - 4400 FT                          3 PM MON               0.01
DRAPER - 4418 FT                         3 PM MON               0.01
SALT LAKE CITY - 5305 FT                 3 PM MON               0.01
DRAPER - 4426 FT                         3 PM MON               0.01

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SPANISH FORK - 4738 FT                   3 PM MON               0.08
SPANISH FORK - 4721 FT                   3 PM MON               0.07
SPANISH FORK - 4734 FT                   3 PM MON               0.06
OREM - 4728 FT                           3 PM MON               0.02
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT          3 PM MON               0.01
LEHI - 4593 FT                           3 PM MON               0.01
PROVO - 4641 FT                          3 PM MON               0.01
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4787 FT               3 PM MON               0.01

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
GEORGE CREEK - 8994 FT                   2 PM MON               0.40
ROCKY BASIN-SETTLEME - 8900 FT           2 PM MON               0.30
MINING FORK - 8000 FT                    2 PM MON               0.10
SNOWVILLE (SOUTH) - 4812 FT              3 PM MON               0.06
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT               3 PM MON               0.03
BLUE CREEK - 5170 FT                     3 PM MON               0.03
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        2 PM MON               0.03
SNOWVILLE - 4560 FT                      3 PM MON               0.02
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                    3 PM MON               0.01
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              3 PM MON               0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
SWANSONS ENV CENTER - 5700 FT            3 PM MON               0.33
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        2 PM MON               0.25
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                     3 PM MON               0.13
COALVILLE - 5673 FT                      3 PM MON               0.12
MORGAN - 5059 FT                         3 PM MON               0.11
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT        3 PM MON               0.11
MORGAN UDOT - 5105 FT                    3 PM MON               0.08
MORGAN - 5092 FT                         7 AM MON               0.03

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
LIGHTNING RIDGE - 8215 FT                3 PM MON               0.40
MONTE CRISTO - 8960 FT                   2 PM MON               0.40
KLONDIKE NARROWS - 7400 FT               2 PM MON               0.40
HORSE RIDGE - 8160 FT                    2 PM MON               0.40
DRY BREAD POND - 8350 FT                 2 PM MON               0.40
BEN LOMOND PEAK - 8000 FT                2 PM MON               0.30
BUG LAKE - 7950 FT                       2 PM MON               0.30
BLACKSMITH FORK - 5020 FT                2 PM MON               0.27
MANTUA - 5899 FT                         3 PM MON               0.22
LOST CREEK NR CROYDEN - 5840 FT          2 PM MON               0.20
FARMINGTON - 8000 FT                     2 PM MON               0.20
RANDOLPH UDOT - 6329 FT                  3 PM MON               0.16
GARDEN CITY - 7615 FT                    3 PM MON               0.16
GARDEN CITY SUMMIT - 7600 FT             2 PM MON               0.10
TONY GROVE LAKE - 8400 FT                2 PM MON               0.10
PARRISH CREEK - 7740 FT                  2 PM MON               0.10
LITTLE BEAR - 6550 FT                    2 PM MON               0.10
KILFOIL CREEK - 7400 FT                  2 PM MON               0.10
HARDWARE RANCH - 5564 FT                 3 PM MON               0.09
EMIGRATION CANYON - 6024 FT              3 PM MON               0.09
GARDEN CITY - 5959 FT                    3 PM MON               0.07
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    2 PM MON               0.05
LAKETOWN - 5959 FT                       3 PM MON               0.02
LAKETOWN UDOT - 5991 FT                  3 PM MON               0.02
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       3 PM MON               0.02
RANDOLPH - 6264 FT                       3 PM MON               0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
BRIGHTON CREST - 9500 FT                 7 AM MON      1.0      0.09
THE CANYONS - 8800 FT                    7 AM MON      1.0      0.05
BRIGHTON - 8750 FT                       2 PM MON               0.40
THAYNES CANYON - 9200 FT                 2 PM MON               0.40
ALTA - COLLINS - 9662 FT                 3 PM MON               0.38
SUNDANCE - 7503 FT                       3 PM MON               0.34
DEER VALLEY - ONTARIO - 9100 FT          3 PM MON               0.32
ALTA - BASE - 8560 FT                    3 PM MON               0.22
TIMPANOGOS DIVIDE - 8140 FT              2 PM MON               0.20
MILL-D NORTH - 8960 FT                   2 PM MON               0.20
SNOWBIRD - 9640 FT                       2 PM MON               0.10
TIMPANOGOS CAVE - 7999 FT                3 PM MON               0.01

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
TRIAL LAKE - 9960 FT                     2 PM MON               0.40
HAYDEN FORK - 9100 FT                    2 PM MON               0.30
BEAR RIVER RS - 8500 FT                  2 PM MON               0.30
WEBER RIVER NR OAKLEY 7NNE - 6653 FT     3 PM MON               0.21
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      3 PM MON               0.20
BEAVER DIVIDE - 8280 FT                  2 PM MON               0.20
LILY LAKE - 9050 FT                      2 PM MON               0.20
LAKEFORK BASIN - 10900 FT                2 PM MON               0.20
REDDEN MINE LWR - 8500 FT                2 PM MON               0.20
CHALK CREEK #1 - 9100 FT                 2 PM MON               0.20
BLACKS FORK JCT - 8870 FT                1 PM MON               0.20
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         3 PM MON               0.17
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         3 PM MON               0.17
BEAR RIVER - 8536 FT                     3 PM MON               0.15
OAKLEY - 7800 FT                         3 PM MON               0.12
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           3 PM MON               0.12
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        3 PM MON               0.10
BROWN DUCK - 10600 FT                    2 PM MON               0.10
CHALK CREEK #2 - 8200 FT                 2 PM MON               0.10
WEST FORK BLACKSMITHS FORK - 9620 FT     3 PM MON               0.08
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 3 PM MON               0.06

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
DANIELS-STRAWBERRY - 8000 FT             2 PM MON               0.20
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                    3 PM MON               0.11
MAMMOTH-COTTONWOOD - 8800 FT             2 PM MON               0.10
STRAWBERRY DIVIDE - 8400 FT              2 PM MON               0.10

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      2 PM MON               0.02
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      2 PM MON               0.01

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
MUD SPRING - 5902 FT                     2 PM MON               0.01

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
DILLS CAMP - 9200 FT                     2 PM MON               0.20
GOOSEBERRY R.S. - 7920 FT                2 PM MON               0.10

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         3 PM MON               0.23
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    2 PM MON               0.19


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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     8 AM MON     44 MPH

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
WEST OGDEN - 4222 FT                     2 PM MON     54 MPH
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            2 PM MON     52 MPH
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       2 PM MON     49 MPH
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     3 PM MON     47 MPH
LEGACY PARKWAY - 4215 FT                 3 PM MON     44 MPH
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                      2 PM MON     42 MPH
GREAT SALT LAKE MINERALS - 4212 FT       2 PM MON     42 MPH
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    3 PM MON     41 MPH
PORTABLE RWIS 2 - 4292 FT                1 PM MON     40 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         8 AM MON     59 MPH
SALT AIR - 4209 FT                       9 AM MON     55 MPH
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                10 PM SUN     48 MPH
VERNON HILL - 5761 FT                    3 PM MON     41 MPH
TOOELE CITY - 5135 FT                    7 AM MON     40 MPH

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
PIONEER CROSSING - 4650 FT              11 PM SUN     46 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
PROMONTORY POINT - 6926 FT               2 PM MON     58 MPH
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              8 AM MON     57 MPH
UTTR THERMAL TREATMENT UNIT - 4915 FT    7 AM MON     55 MPH
WEST OF WILDCAT MTN - 4259 FT           12 PM MON     54 MPH
EAGLE RANGE - 4239 FT                    1 PM MON     53 MPH
HOGUP - 4229 FT                          6 AM MON     53 MPH
GROOME - 4223 FT                         5 AM MON     51 MPH
BADGER ISLAND - 4199 FT                  9 AM MON     50 MPH
HAT ISLAND - 4242 FT                     2 PM MON     49 MPH
DIDDLE KNOLL - 4265 FT                   7 AM MON     48 MPH
I-80 AT MP 1 - 4270 FT                   6 AM MON     47 MPH
UTTR OASIS COMPOUND - 4437 FT            7 AM MON     46 MPH
WENDOVER PORT OF ENTRY - 4227 FT         5 AM MON     46 MPH
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT                2 PM MON     43 MPH
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT              12 PM MON     43 MPH
SR-30 AT CURLEW - 4766 FT                9 AM MON     42 MPH
JOHNSONS PASS - 6520 FT                  7 AM MON     41 MPH
UPPER CEDAR MTN - 7052 FT                7 AM MON     41 MPH
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 6 AM MON     41 MPH
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                   2 AM MON     41 MPH
V-GRID - 4226 FT                         2 AM MON     41 MPH
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                2 PM MON     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
TRAPPERS LOOP ROAD - 5774 FT             3 PM MON     45 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OGDEN PEAK - 9570 FT                     3 PM MON     61 MPH
SHERWOOD HILLS - 5039 FT                 2 PM MON     52 MPH
SR-65 AT BIG MOUNTAIN PASS - 7433 FT     3 PM MON     48 MPH
WEBER CANYON POWER PLANT - 5801 FT       3 PM MON     46 MPH
POWDER MOUNTAIN - 8897 FT                9 AM MON     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
CENTRAL WASATCH PEAKS - 11066 FT         1 PM MON     50 MPH
PARK CITY - JUPITER - 10024 FT          10 AM MON     42 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
WINDY PEAK - 10662 FT                    1 PM MON     50 MPH
LOFTY LAKE PEAK - 11186 FT               9 AM MON     49 MPH
DRY RIDGE - 11565 FT                    10 AM MON     47 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
ROOSEVELT - 5171 FT                      1 PM MON     47 MPH
US-40 @ STARVATION - 5720 FT             1 PM MON     47 MPH

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
I-70 AT SALINA - 5226 FT                 2 PM MON     40 MPH
RICHFIELD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5299 FT    2 PM MON     40 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SR-72 AT HOGAN PASS - 8977 FT            2 PM MON     51 MPH
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    3 PM MON     42 MPH

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
COAL ROAD - 7349 FT                      1 PM MON     40 MPH

$$

ROGOWSKI


000
NOUS45 KSLC 232136
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
336 PM MDT MON MAR 23 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
LBW EXPFARM - 4498 FT                    3 PM MON               0.33
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     3 PM MON               0.32
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                  3 PM MON               0.31
LOGAN - 4465 FT                          3 PM MON               0.26
LOGAN RIVER ABV STATE DAM - 4805 FT      3 PM MON               0.23
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          3 PM MON               0.21
PROVIDENCE - EVANS FARM - 4535 FT        3 PM MON               0.21
LOGAN DRAINAGE FARM - 4435 FT            3 PM MON               0.13
LOGAN GOLF - 4808 FT                     3 PM MON               0.10
LBW PARADISE - 4859 FT                   3 PM MON               0.04
LEWISTON - 4514 FT                       3 PM MON               0.03
LBW SOUTHFORK - 5095 FT                  3 PM MON               0.03
LOGAN - 4465 FT                         12 PM MON               0.02
LOGAN - 4806 FT                          3 PM MON               0.01

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                      3 PM MON               0.18
BOUNTIFUL - 4760 FT                      3 PM MON               0.17
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4590 FT                  3 PM MON               0.16
LAYTON - 4770 FT                         3 PM MON               0.13
FARMINGTON - 4226 FT                     3 PM MON               0.13
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                   3 PM MON               0.11
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                    3 PM MON               0.10
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       3 PM MON               0.09
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     3 PM MON               0.09
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                 3 PM MON               0.09
BRIGHAM CITY - 4400 FT                   2 PM MON               0.09
SOUTH OGDEN - 4777 FT                    3 PM MON               0.08
TREMONTON - 4331 FT                      3 PM MON               0.08
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT               3 PM MON               0.07
LAYTON - 4468 FT                         3 PM MON               0.07
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            3 PM MON               0.06
ROY - 4373 FT                            3 PM MON               0.06
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                       3 PM MON               0.06
CLINTON - 4337 FT                        3 PM MON               0.06
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                       3 PM MON               0.06
CLEARFIELD UDOT - 4685 FT                3 PM MON               0.06
CORINNE - 4238 FT                        3 PM MON               0.06
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    3 PM MON               0.06
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                3 PM MON               0.05
WEST POINT - 4350 FT                     3 PM MON               0.05
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                      3 PM MON               0.04
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                3 PM MON               0.04
CENTERVILLE - 4216 FT                    3 PM MON               0.04
OGDEN - 4285 FT                          3 PM MON               0.04
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    3 PM MON               0.04
EAGLE LAKE - 4377 FT                     3 PM MON               0.02
ROY - 4457 FT                            9 AM MON               0.02
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4802 FT                  7 AM MON               0.02

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
SALT LAKE CITY - 5102 FT                 3 PM MON               0.04
SALT LAKE CITY - 4753 FT                 3 PM MON               0.02
SANDY - 5161 FT                          3 PM MON               0.02
HOLLADAY - 4516 FT                       3 PM MON               0.02
NORTH HOLLADAY - 4600 FT                 3 PM MON               0.02
HOLLADAY - 4344 FT                       3 PM MON               0.02
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                 3 PM MON               0.02
HOLLADAY - 4456 FT                       9 AM MON               0.02
SANDY - 4714 FT                          8 AM MON               0.02
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                   3 PM MON               0.01
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            3 PM MON               0.01
MAGNA - 4400 FT                          3 PM MON               0.01
DRAPER - 4418 FT                         3 PM MON               0.01
SALT LAKE CITY - 5305 FT                 3 PM MON               0.01
DRAPER - 4426 FT                         3 PM MON               0.01

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SPANISH FORK - 4738 FT                   3 PM MON               0.08
SPANISH FORK - 4721 FT                   3 PM MON               0.07
SPANISH FORK - 4734 FT                   3 PM MON               0.06
OREM - 4728 FT                           3 PM MON               0.02
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT          3 PM MON               0.01
LEHI - 4593 FT                           3 PM MON               0.01
PROVO - 4641 FT                          3 PM MON               0.01
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4787 FT               3 PM MON               0.01

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
GEORGE CREEK - 8994 FT                   2 PM MON               0.40
ROCKY BASIN-SETTLEME - 8900 FT           2 PM MON               0.30
MINING FORK - 8000 FT                    2 PM MON               0.10
SNOWVILLE (SOUTH) - 4812 FT              3 PM MON               0.06
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT               3 PM MON               0.03
BLUE CREEK - 5170 FT                     3 PM MON               0.03
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        2 PM MON               0.03
SNOWVILLE - 4560 FT                      3 PM MON               0.02
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                    3 PM MON               0.01
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              3 PM MON               0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
SWANSONS ENV CENTER - 5700 FT            3 PM MON               0.33
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        2 PM MON               0.25
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                     3 PM MON               0.13
COALVILLE - 5673 FT                      3 PM MON               0.12
MORGAN - 5059 FT                         3 PM MON               0.11
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT        3 PM MON               0.11
MORGAN UDOT - 5105 FT                    3 PM MON               0.08
MORGAN - 5092 FT                         7 AM MON               0.03

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
LIGHTNING RIDGE - 8215 FT                3 PM MON               0.40
MONTE CRISTO - 8960 FT                   2 PM MON               0.40
KLONDIKE NARROWS - 7400 FT               2 PM MON               0.40
HORSE RIDGE - 8160 FT                    2 PM MON               0.40
DRY BREAD POND - 8350 FT                 2 PM MON               0.40
BEN LOMOND PEAK - 8000 FT                2 PM MON               0.30
BUG LAKE - 7950 FT                       2 PM MON               0.30
BLACKSMITH FORK - 5020 FT                2 PM MON               0.27
MANTUA - 5899 FT                         3 PM MON               0.22
LOST CREEK NR CROYDEN - 5840 FT          2 PM MON               0.20
FARMINGTON - 8000 FT                     2 PM MON               0.20
RANDOLPH UDOT - 6329 FT                  3 PM MON               0.16
GARDEN CITY - 7615 FT                    3 PM MON               0.16
GARDEN CITY SUMMIT - 7600 FT             2 PM MON               0.10
TONY GROVE LAKE - 8400 FT                2 PM MON               0.10
PARRISH CREEK - 7740 FT                  2 PM MON               0.10
LITTLE BEAR - 6550 FT                    2 PM MON               0.10
KILFOIL CREEK - 7400 FT                  2 PM MON               0.10
HARDWARE RANCH - 5564 FT                 3 PM MON               0.09
EMIGRATION CANYON - 6024 FT              3 PM MON               0.09
GARDEN CITY - 5959 FT                    3 PM MON               0.07
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    2 PM MON               0.05
LAKETOWN - 5959 FT                       3 PM MON               0.02
LAKETOWN UDOT - 5991 FT                  3 PM MON               0.02
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       3 PM MON               0.02
RANDOLPH - 6264 FT                       3 PM MON               0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
BRIGHTON CREST - 9500 FT                 7 AM MON      1.0      0.09
THE CANYONS - 8800 FT                    7 AM MON      1.0      0.05
BRIGHTON - 8750 FT                       2 PM MON               0.40
THAYNES CANYON - 9200 FT                 2 PM MON               0.40
ALTA - COLLINS - 9662 FT                 3 PM MON               0.38
SUNDANCE - 7503 FT                       3 PM MON               0.34
DEER VALLEY - ONTARIO - 9100 FT          3 PM MON               0.32
ALTA - BASE - 8560 FT                    3 PM MON               0.22
TIMPANOGOS DIVIDE - 8140 FT              2 PM MON               0.20
MILL-D NORTH - 8960 FT                   2 PM MON               0.20
SNOWBIRD - 9640 FT                       2 PM MON               0.10
TIMPANOGOS CAVE - 7999 FT                3 PM MON               0.01

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
TRIAL LAKE - 9960 FT                     2 PM MON               0.40
HAYDEN FORK - 9100 FT                    2 PM MON               0.30
BEAR RIVER RS - 8500 FT                  2 PM MON               0.30
WEBER RIVER NR OAKLEY 7NNE - 6653 FT     3 PM MON               0.21
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      3 PM MON               0.20
BEAVER DIVIDE - 8280 FT                  2 PM MON               0.20
LILY LAKE - 9050 FT                      2 PM MON               0.20
LAKEFORK BASIN - 10900 FT                2 PM MON               0.20
REDDEN MINE LWR - 8500 FT                2 PM MON               0.20
CHALK CREEK #1 - 9100 FT                 2 PM MON               0.20
BLACKS FORK JCT - 8870 FT                1 PM MON               0.20
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         3 PM MON               0.17
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         3 PM MON               0.17
BEAR RIVER - 8536 FT                     3 PM MON               0.15
OAKLEY - 7800 FT                         3 PM MON               0.12
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           3 PM MON               0.12
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        3 PM MON               0.10
BROWN DUCK - 10600 FT                    2 PM MON               0.10
CHALK CREEK #2 - 8200 FT                 2 PM MON               0.10
WEST FORK BLACKSMITHS FORK - 9620 FT     3 PM MON               0.08
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 3 PM MON               0.06

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
DANIELS-STRAWBERRY - 8000 FT             2 PM MON               0.20
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                    3 PM MON               0.11
MAMMOTH-COTTONWOOD - 8800 FT             2 PM MON               0.10
STRAWBERRY DIVIDE - 8400 FT              2 PM MON               0.10

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      2 PM MON               0.02
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      2 PM MON               0.01

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
MUD SPRING - 5902 FT                     2 PM MON               0.01

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
DILLS CAMP - 9200 FT                     2 PM MON               0.20
GOOSEBERRY R.S. - 7920 FT                2 PM MON               0.10

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         3 PM MON               0.23
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    2 PM MON               0.19


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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     8 AM MON     44 MPH

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
WEST OGDEN - 4222 FT                     2 PM MON     54 MPH
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            2 PM MON     52 MPH
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       2 PM MON     49 MPH
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     3 PM MON     47 MPH
LEGACY PARKWAY - 4215 FT                 3 PM MON     44 MPH
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                      2 PM MON     42 MPH
GREAT SALT LAKE MINERALS - 4212 FT       2 PM MON     42 MPH
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    3 PM MON     41 MPH
PORTABLE RWIS 2 - 4292 FT                1 PM MON     40 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         8 AM MON     59 MPH
SALT AIR - 4209 FT                       9 AM MON     55 MPH
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                10 PM SUN     48 MPH
VERNON HILL - 5761 FT                    3 PM MON     41 MPH
TOOELE CITY - 5135 FT                    7 AM MON     40 MPH

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
PIONEER CROSSING - 4650 FT              11 PM SUN     46 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
PROMONTORY POINT - 6926 FT               2 PM MON     58 MPH
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              8 AM MON     57 MPH
UTTR THERMAL TREATMENT UNIT - 4915 FT    7 AM MON     55 MPH
WEST OF WILDCAT MTN - 4259 FT           12 PM MON     54 MPH
EAGLE RANGE - 4239 FT                    1 PM MON     53 MPH
HOGUP - 4229 FT                          6 AM MON     53 MPH
GROOME - 4223 FT                         5 AM MON     51 MPH
BADGER ISLAND - 4199 FT                  9 AM MON     50 MPH
HAT ISLAND - 4242 FT                     2 PM MON     49 MPH
DIDDLE KNOLL - 4265 FT                   7 AM MON     48 MPH
I-80 AT MP 1 - 4270 FT                   6 AM MON     47 MPH
UTTR OASIS COMPOUND - 4437 FT            7 AM MON     46 MPH
WENDOVER PORT OF ENTRY - 4227 FT         5 AM MON     46 MPH
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT                2 PM MON     43 MPH
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT              12 PM MON     43 MPH
SR-30 AT CURLEW - 4766 FT                9 AM MON     42 MPH
JOHNSONS PASS - 6520 FT                  7 AM MON     41 MPH
UPPER CEDAR MTN - 7052 FT                7 AM MON     41 MPH
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 6 AM MON     41 MPH
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                   2 AM MON     41 MPH
V-GRID - 4226 FT                         2 AM MON     41 MPH
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                2 PM MON     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
TRAPPERS LOOP ROAD - 5774 FT             3 PM MON     45 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OGDEN PEAK - 9570 FT                     3 PM MON     61 MPH
SHERWOOD HILLS - 5039 FT                 2 PM MON     52 MPH
SR-65 AT BIG MOUNTAIN PASS - 7433 FT     3 PM MON     48 MPH
WEBER CANYON POWER PLANT - 5801 FT       3 PM MON     46 MPH
POWDER MOUNTAIN - 8897 FT                9 AM MON     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
CENTRAL WASATCH PEAKS - 11066 FT         1 PM MON     50 MPH
PARK CITY - JUPITER - 10024 FT          10 AM MON     42 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
WINDY PEAK - 10662 FT                    1 PM MON     50 MPH
LOFTY LAKE PEAK - 11186 FT               9 AM MON     49 MPH
DRY RIDGE - 11565 FT                    10 AM MON     47 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
ROOSEVELT - 5171 FT                      1 PM MON     47 MPH
US-40 @ STARVATION - 5720 FT             1 PM MON     47 MPH

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
I-70 AT SALINA - 5226 FT                 2 PM MON     40 MPH
RICHFIELD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5299 FT    2 PM MON     40 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SR-72 AT HOGAN PASS - 8977 FT            2 PM MON     51 MPH
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    3 PM MON     42 MPH

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
COAL ROAD - 7349 FT                      1 PM MON     40 MPH

$$

ROGOWSKI


000
NOUS45 KSLC 232136
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
336 PM MDT MON MAR 23 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
LBW EXPFARM - 4498 FT                    3 PM MON               0.33
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     3 PM MON               0.32
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                  3 PM MON               0.31
LOGAN - 4465 FT                          3 PM MON               0.26
LOGAN RIVER ABV STATE DAM - 4805 FT      3 PM MON               0.23
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          3 PM MON               0.21
PROVIDENCE - EVANS FARM - 4535 FT        3 PM MON               0.21
LOGAN DRAINAGE FARM - 4435 FT            3 PM MON               0.13
LOGAN GOLF - 4808 FT                     3 PM MON               0.10
LBW PARADISE - 4859 FT                   3 PM MON               0.04
LEWISTON - 4514 FT                       3 PM MON               0.03
LBW SOUTHFORK - 5095 FT                  3 PM MON               0.03
LOGAN - 4465 FT                         12 PM MON               0.02
LOGAN - 4806 FT                          3 PM MON               0.01

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                      3 PM MON               0.18
BOUNTIFUL - 4760 FT                      3 PM MON               0.17
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4590 FT                  3 PM MON               0.16
LAYTON - 4770 FT                         3 PM MON               0.13
FARMINGTON - 4226 FT                     3 PM MON               0.13
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                   3 PM MON               0.11
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                    3 PM MON               0.10
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       3 PM MON               0.09
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     3 PM MON               0.09
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                 3 PM MON               0.09
BRIGHAM CITY - 4400 FT                   2 PM MON               0.09
SOUTH OGDEN - 4777 FT                    3 PM MON               0.08
TREMONTON - 4331 FT                      3 PM MON               0.08
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT               3 PM MON               0.07
LAYTON - 4468 FT                         3 PM MON               0.07
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            3 PM MON               0.06
ROY - 4373 FT                            3 PM MON               0.06
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                       3 PM MON               0.06
CLINTON - 4337 FT                        3 PM MON               0.06
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                       3 PM MON               0.06
CLEARFIELD UDOT - 4685 FT                3 PM MON               0.06
CORINNE - 4238 FT                        3 PM MON               0.06
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    3 PM MON               0.06
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                3 PM MON               0.05
WEST POINT - 4350 FT                     3 PM MON               0.05
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                      3 PM MON               0.04
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                3 PM MON               0.04
CENTERVILLE - 4216 FT                    3 PM MON               0.04
OGDEN - 4285 FT                          3 PM MON               0.04
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    3 PM MON               0.04
EAGLE LAKE - 4377 FT                     3 PM MON               0.02
ROY - 4457 FT                            9 AM MON               0.02
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4802 FT                  7 AM MON               0.02

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
SALT LAKE CITY - 5102 FT                 3 PM MON               0.04
SALT LAKE CITY - 4753 FT                 3 PM MON               0.02
SANDY - 5161 FT                          3 PM MON               0.02
HOLLADAY - 4516 FT                       3 PM MON               0.02
NORTH HOLLADAY - 4600 FT                 3 PM MON               0.02
HOLLADAY - 4344 FT                       3 PM MON               0.02
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                 3 PM MON               0.02
HOLLADAY - 4456 FT                       9 AM MON               0.02
SANDY - 4714 FT                          8 AM MON               0.02
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                   3 PM MON               0.01
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            3 PM MON               0.01
MAGNA - 4400 FT                          3 PM MON               0.01
DRAPER - 4418 FT                         3 PM MON               0.01
SALT LAKE CITY - 5305 FT                 3 PM MON               0.01
DRAPER - 4426 FT                         3 PM MON               0.01

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SPANISH FORK - 4738 FT                   3 PM MON               0.08
SPANISH FORK - 4721 FT                   3 PM MON               0.07
SPANISH FORK - 4734 FT                   3 PM MON               0.06
OREM - 4728 FT                           3 PM MON               0.02
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT          3 PM MON               0.01
LEHI - 4593 FT                           3 PM MON               0.01
PROVO - 4641 FT                          3 PM MON               0.01
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4787 FT               3 PM MON               0.01

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
GEORGE CREEK - 8994 FT                   2 PM MON               0.40
ROCKY BASIN-SETTLEME - 8900 FT           2 PM MON               0.30
MINING FORK - 8000 FT                    2 PM MON               0.10
SNOWVILLE (SOUTH) - 4812 FT              3 PM MON               0.06
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT               3 PM MON               0.03
BLUE CREEK - 5170 FT                     3 PM MON               0.03
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        2 PM MON               0.03
SNOWVILLE - 4560 FT                      3 PM MON               0.02
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                    3 PM MON               0.01
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              3 PM MON               0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
SWANSONS ENV CENTER - 5700 FT            3 PM MON               0.33
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        2 PM MON               0.25
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                     3 PM MON               0.13
COALVILLE - 5673 FT                      3 PM MON               0.12
MORGAN - 5059 FT                         3 PM MON               0.11
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT        3 PM MON               0.11
MORGAN UDOT - 5105 FT                    3 PM MON               0.08
MORGAN - 5092 FT                         7 AM MON               0.03

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
LIGHTNING RIDGE - 8215 FT                3 PM MON               0.40
MONTE CRISTO - 8960 FT                   2 PM MON               0.40
KLONDIKE NARROWS - 7400 FT               2 PM MON               0.40
HORSE RIDGE - 8160 FT                    2 PM MON               0.40
DRY BREAD POND - 8350 FT                 2 PM MON               0.40
BEN LOMOND PEAK - 8000 FT                2 PM MON               0.30
BUG LAKE - 7950 FT                       2 PM MON               0.30
BLACKSMITH FORK - 5020 FT                2 PM MON               0.27
MANTUA - 5899 FT                         3 PM MON               0.22
LOST CREEK NR CROYDEN - 5840 FT          2 PM MON               0.20
FARMINGTON - 8000 FT                     2 PM MON               0.20
RANDOLPH UDOT - 6329 FT                  3 PM MON               0.16
GARDEN CITY - 7615 FT                    3 PM MON               0.16
GARDEN CITY SUMMIT - 7600 FT             2 PM MON               0.10
TONY GROVE LAKE - 8400 FT                2 PM MON               0.10
PARRISH CREEK - 7740 FT                  2 PM MON               0.10
LITTLE BEAR - 6550 FT                    2 PM MON               0.10
KILFOIL CREEK - 7400 FT                  2 PM MON               0.10
HARDWARE RANCH - 5564 FT                 3 PM MON               0.09
EMIGRATION CANYON - 6024 FT              3 PM MON               0.09
GARDEN CITY - 5959 FT                    3 PM MON               0.07
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    2 PM MON               0.05
LAKETOWN - 5959 FT                       3 PM MON               0.02
LAKETOWN UDOT - 5991 FT                  3 PM MON               0.02
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       3 PM MON               0.02
RANDOLPH - 6264 FT                       3 PM MON               0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
BRIGHTON CREST - 9500 FT                 7 AM MON      1.0      0.09
THE CANYONS - 8800 FT                    7 AM MON      1.0      0.05
BRIGHTON - 8750 FT                       2 PM MON               0.40
THAYNES CANYON - 9200 FT                 2 PM MON               0.40
ALTA - COLLINS - 9662 FT                 3 PM MON               0.38
SUNDANCE - 7503 FT                       3 PM MON               0.34
DEER VALLEY - ONTARIO - 9100 FT          3 PM MON               0.32
ALTA - BASE - 8560 FT                    3 PM MON               0.22
TIMPANOGOS DIVIDE - 8140 FT              2 PM MON               0.20
MILL-D NORTH - 8960 FT                   2 PM MON               0.20
SNOWBIRD - 9640 FT                       2 PM MON               0.10
TIMPANOGOS CAVE - 7999 FT                3 PM MON               0.01

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
TRIAL LAKE - 9960 FT                     2 PM MON               0.40
HAYDEN FORK - 9100 FT                    2 PM MON               0.30
BEAR RIVER RS - 8500 FT                  2 PM MON               0.30
WEBER RIVER NR OAKLEY 7NNE - 6653 FT     3 PM MON               0.21
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      3 PM MON               0.20
BEAVER DIVIDE - 8280 FT                  2 PM MON               0.20
LILY LAKE - 9050 FT                      2 PM MON               0.20
LAKEFORK BASIN - 10900 FT                2 PM MON               0.20
REDDEN MINE LWR - 8500 FT                2 PM MON               0.20
CHALK CREEK #1 - 9100 FT                 2 PM MON               0.20
BLACKS FORK JCT - 8870 FT                1 PM MON               0.20
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         3 PM MON               0.17
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         3 PM MON               0.17
BEAR RIVER - 8536 FT                     3 PM MON               0.15
OAKLEY - 7800 FT                         3 PM MON               0.12
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           3 PM MON               0.12
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        3 PM MON               0.10
BROWN DUCK - 10600 FT                    2 PM MON               0.10
CHALK CREEK #2 - 8200 FT                 2 PM MON               0.10
WEST FORK BLACKSMITHS FORK - 9620 FT     3 PM MON               0.08
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 3 PM MON               0.06

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
DANIELS-STRAWBERRY - 8000 FT             2 PM MON               0.20
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                    3 PM MON               0.11
MAMMOTH-COTTONWOOD - 8800 FT             2 PM MON               0.10
STRAWBERRY DIVIDE - 8400 FT              2 PM MON               0.10

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      2 PM MON               0.02
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      2 PM MON               0.01

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
MUD SPRING - 5902 FT                     2 PM MON               0.01

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
DILLS CAMP - 9200 FT                     2 PM MON               0.20
GOOSEBERRY R.S. - 7920 FT                2 PM MON               0.10

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         3 PM MON               0.23
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    2 PM MON               0.19


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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     8 AM MON     44 MPH

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
WEST OGDEN - 4222 FT                     2 PM MON     54 MPH
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            2 PM MON     52 MPH
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       2 PM MON     49 MPH
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     3 PM MON     47 MPH
LEGACY PARKWAY - 4215 FT                 3 PM MON     44 MPH
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                      2 PM MON     42 MPH
GREAT SALT LAKE MINERALS - 4212 FT       2 PM MON     42 MPH
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    3 PM MON     41 MPH
PORTABLE RWIS 2 - 4292 FT                1 PM MON     40 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         8 AM MON     59 MPH
SALT AIR - 4209 FT                       9 AM MON     55 MPH
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                10 PM SUN     48 MPH
VERNON HILL - 5761 FT                    3 PM MON     41 MPH
TOOELE CITY - 5135 FT                    7 AM MON     40 MPH

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
PIONEER CROSSING - 4650 FT              11 PM SUN     46 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
PROMONTORY POINT - 6926 FT               2 PM MON     58 MPH
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              8 AM MON     57 MPH
UTTR THERMAL TREATMENT UNIT - 4915 FT    7 AM MON     55 MPH
WEST OF WILDCAT MTN - 4259 FT           12 PM MON     54 MPH
EAGLE RANGE - 4239 FT                    1 PM MON     53 MPH
HOGUP - 4229 FT                          6 AM MON     53 MPH
GROOME - 4223 FT                         5 AM MON     51 MPH
BADGER ISLAND - 4199 FT                  9 AM MON     50 MPH
HAT ISLAND - 4242 FT                     2 PM MON     49 MPH
DIDDLE KNOLL - 4265 FT                   7 AM MON     48 MPH
I-80 AT MP 1 - 4270 FT                   6 AM MON     47 MPH
UTTR OASIS COMPOUND - 4437 FT            7 AM MON     46 MPH
WENDOVER PORT OF ENTRY - 4227 FT         5 AM MON     46 MPH
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT                2 PM MON     43 MPH
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT              12 PM MON     43 MPH
SR-30 AT CURLEW - 4766 FT                9 AM MON     42 MPH
JOHNSONS PASS - 6520 FT                  7 AM MON     41 MPH
UPPER CEDAR MTN - 7052 FT                7 AM MON     41 MPH
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 6 AM MON     41 MPH
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                   2 AM MON     41 MPH
V-GRID - 4226 FT                         2 AM MON     41 MPH
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                2 PM MON     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
TRAPPERS LOOP ROAD - 5774 FT             3 PM MON     45 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OGDEN PEAK - 9570 FT                     3 PM MON     61 MPH
SHERWOOD HILLS - 5039 FT                 2 PM MON     52 MPH
SR-65 AT BIG MOUNTAIN PASS - 7433 FT     3 PM MON     48 MPH
WEBER CANYON POWER PLANT - 5801 FT       3 PM MON     46 MPH
POWDER MOUNTAIN - 8897 FT                9 AM MON     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
CENTRAL WASATCH PEAKS - 11066 FT         1 PM MON     50 MPH
PARK CITY - JUPITER - 10024 FT          10 AM MON     42 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
WINDY PEAK - 10662 FT                    1 PM MON     50 MPH
LOFTY LAKE PEAK - 11186 FT               9 AM MON     49 MPH
DRY RIDGE - 11565 FT                    10 AM MON     47 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
ROOSEVELT - 5171 FT                      1 PM MON     47 MPH
US-40 @ STARVATION - 5720 FT             1 PM MON     47 MPH

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
I-70 AT SALINA - 5226 FT                 2 PM MON     40 MPH
RICHFIELD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5299 FT    2 PM MON     40 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SR-72 AT HOGAN PASS - 8977 FT            2 PM MON     51 MPH
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    3 PM MON     42 MPH

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
COAL ROAD - 7349 FT                      1 PM MON     40 MPH

$$

ROGOWSKI


000
NOUS45 KSLC 232136
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
336 PM MDT MON MAR 23 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
LBW EXPFARM - 4498 FT                    3 PM MON               0.33
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     3 PM MON               0.32
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                  3 PM MON               0.31
LOGAN - 4465 FT                          3 PM MON               0.26
LOGAN RIVER ABV STATE DAM - 4805 FT      3 PM MON               0.23
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          3 PM MON               0.21
PROVIDENCE - EVANS FARM - 4535 FT        3 PM MON               0.21
LOGAN DRAINAGE FARM - 4435 FT            3 PM MON               0.13
LOGAN GOLF - 4808 FT                     3 PM MON               0.10
LBW PARADISE - 4859 FT                   3 PM MON               0.04
LEWISTON - 4514 FT                       3 PM MON               0.03
LBW SOUTHFORK - 5095 FT                  3 PM MON               0.03
LOGAN - 4465 FT                         12 PM MON               0.02
LOGAN - 4806 FT                          3 PM MON               0.01

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                      3 PM MON               0.18
BOUNTIFUL - 4760 FT                      3 PM MON               0.17
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4590 FT                  3 PM MON               0.16
LAYTON - 4770 FT                         3 PM MON               0.13
FARMINGTON - 4226 FT                     3 PM MON               0.13
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                   3 PM MON               0.11
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                    3 PM MON               0.10
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       3 PM MON               0.09
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     3 PM MON               0.09
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                 3 PM MON               0.09
BRIGHAM CITY - 4400 FT                   2 PM MON               0.09
SOUTH OGDEN - 4777 FT                    3 PM MON               0.08
TREMONTON - 4331 FT                      3 PM MON               0.08
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT               3 PM MON               0.07
LAYTON - 4468 FT                         3 PM MON               0.07
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            3 PM MON               0.06
ROY - 4373 FT                            3 PM MON               0.06
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                       3 PM MON               0.06
CLINTON - 4337 FT                        3 PM MON               0.06
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                       3 PM MON               0.06
CLEARFIELD UDOT - 4685 FT                3 PM MON               0.06
CORINNE - 4238 FT                        3 PM MON               0.06
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    3 PM MON               0.06
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                3 PM MON               0.05
WEST POINT - 4350 FT                     3 PM MON               0.05
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                      3 PM MON               0.04
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                3 PM MON               0.04
CENTERVILLE - 4216 FT                    3 PM MON               0.04
OGDEN - 4285 FT                          3 PM MON               0.04
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    3 PM MON               0.04
EAGLE LAKE - 4377 FT                     3 PM MON               0.02
ROY - 4457 FT                            9 AM MON               0.02
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4802 FT                  7 AM MON               0.02

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
SALT LAKE CITY - 5102 FT                 3 PM MON               0.04
SALT LAKE CITY - 4753 FT                 3 PM MON               0.02
SANDY - 5161 FT                          3 PM MON               0.02
HOLLADAY - 4516 FT                       3 PM MON               0.02
NORTH HOLLADAY - 4600 FT                 3 PM MON               0.02
HOLLADAY - 4344 FT                       3 PM MON               0.02
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                 3 PM MON               0.02
HOLLADAY - 4456 FT                       9 AM MON               0.02
SANDY - 4714 FT                          8 AM MON               0.02
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                   3 PM MON               0.01
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            3 PM MON               0.01
MAGNA - 4400 FT                          3 PM MON               0.01
DRAPER - 4418 FT                         3 PM MON               0.01
SALT LAKE CITY - 5305 FT                 3 PM MON               0.01
DRAPER - 4426 FT                         3 PM MON               0.01

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SPANISH FORK - 4738 FT                   3 PM MON               0.08
SPANISH FORK - 4721 FT                   3 PM MON               0.07
SPANISH FORK - 4734 FT                   3 PM MON               0.06
OREM - 4728 FT                           3 PM MON               0.02
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT          3 PM MON               0.01
LEHI - 4593 FT                           3 PM MON               0.01
PROVO - 4641 FT                          3 PM MON               0.01
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4787 FT               3 PM MON               0.01

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
GEORGE CREEK - 8994 FT                   2 PM MON               0.40
ROCKY BASIN-SETTLEME - 8900 FT           2 PM MON               0.30
MINING FORK - 8000 FT                    2 PM MON               0.10
SNOWVILLE (SOUTH) - 4812 FT              3 PM MON               0.06
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT               3 PM MON               0.03
BLUE CREEK - 5170 FT                     3 PM MON               0.03
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        2 PM MON               0.03
SNOWVILLE - 4560 FT                      3 PM MON               0.02
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                    3 PM MON               0.01
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              3 PM MON               0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
SWANSONS ENV CENTER - 5700 FT            3 PM MON               0.33
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        2 PM MON               0.25
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                     3 PM MON               0.13
COALVILLE - 5673 FT                      3 PM MON               0.12
MORGAN - 5059 FT                         3 PM MON               0.11
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT        3 PM MON               0.11
MORGAN UDOT - 5105 FT                    3 PM MON               0.08
MORGAN - 5092 FT                         7 AM MON               0.03

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
LIGHTNING RIDGE - 8215 FT                3 PM MON               0.40
MONTE CRISTO - 8960 FT                   2 PM MON               0.40
KLONDIKE NARROWS - 7400 FT               2 PM MON               0.40
HORSE RIDGE - 8160 FT                    2 PM MON               0.40
DRY BREAD POND - 8350 FT                 2 PM MON               0.40
BEN LOMOND PEAK - 8000 FT                2 PM MON               0.30
BUG LAKE - 7950 FT                       2 PM MON               0.30
BLACKSMITH FORK - 5020 FT                2 PM MON               0.27
MANTUA - 5899 FT                         3 PM MON               0.22
LOST CREEK NR CROYDEN - 5840 FT          2 PM MON               0.20
FARMINGTON - 8000 FT                     2 PM MON               0.20
RANDOLPH UDOT - 6329 FT                  3 PM MON               0.16
GARDEN CITY - 7615 FT                    3 PM MON               0.16
GARDEN CITY SUMMIT - 7600 FT             2 PM MON               0.10
TONY GROVE LAKE - 8400 FT                2 PM MON               0.10
PARRISH CREEK - 7740 FT                  2 PM MON               0.10
LITTLE BEAR - 6550 FT                    2 PM MON               0.10
KILFOIL CREEK - 7400 FT                  2 PM MON               0.10
HARDWARE RANCH - 5564 FT                 3 PM MON               0.09
EMIGRATION CANYON - 6024 FT              3 PM MON               0.09
GARDEN CITY - 5959 FT                    3 PM MON               0.07
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    2 PM MON               0.05
LAKETOWN - 5959 FT                       3 PM MON               0.02
LAKETOWN UDOT - 5991 FT                  3 PM MON               0.02
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       3 PM MON               0.02
RANDOLPH - 6264 FT                       3 PM MON               0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
BRIGHTON CREST - 9500 FT                 7 AM MON      1.0      0.09
THE CANYONS - 8800 FT                    7 AM MON      1.0      0.05
BRIGHTON - 8750 FT                       2 PM MON               0.40
THAYNES CANYON - 9200 FT                 2 PM MON               0.40
ALTA - COLLINS - 9662 FT                 3 PM MON               0.38
SUNDANCE - 7503 FT                       3 PM MON               0.34
DEER VALLEY - ONTARIO - 9100 FT          3 PM MON               0.32
ALTA - BASE - 8560 FT                    3 PM MON               0.22
TIMPANOGOS DIVIDE - 8140 FT              2 PM MON               0.20
MILL-D NORTH - 8960 FT                   2 PM MON               0.20
SNOWBIRD - 9640 FT                       2 PM MON               0.10
TIMPANOGOS CAVE - 7999 FT                3 PM MON               0.01

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
TRIAL LAKE - 9960 FT                     2 PM MON               0.40
HAYDEN FORK - 9100 FT                    2 PM MON               0.30
BEAR RIVER RS - 8500 FT                  2 PM MON               0.30
WEBER RIVER NR OAKLEY 7NNE - 6653 FT     3 PM MON               0.21
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      3 PM MON               0.20
BEAVER DIVIDE - 8280 FT                  2 PM MON               0.20
LILY LAKE - 9050 FT                      2 PM MON               0.20
LAKEFORK BASIN - 10900 FT                2 PM MON               0.20
REDDEN MINE LWR - 8500 FT                2 PM MON               0.20
CHALK CREEK #1 - 9100 FT                 2 PM MON               0.20
BLACKS FORK JCT - 8870 FT                1 PM MON               0.20
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         3 PM MON               0.17
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         3 PM MON               0.17
BEAR RIVER - 8536 FT                     3 PM MON               0.15
OAKLEY - 7800 FT                         3 PM MON               0.12
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           3 PM MON               0.12
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        3 PM MON               0.10
BROWN DUCK - 10600 FT                    2 PM MON               0.10
CHALK CREEK #2 - 8200 FT                 2 PM MON               0.10
WEST FORK BLACKSMITHS FORK - 9620 FT     3 PM MON               0.08
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 3 PM MON               0.06

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
DANIELS-STRAWBERRY - 8000 FT             2 PM MON               0.20
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                    3 PM MON               0.11
MAMMOTH-COTTONWOOD - 8800 FT             2 PM MON               0.10
STRAWBERRY DIVIDE - 8400 FT              2 PM MON               0.10

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      2 PM MON               0.02
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      2 PM MON               0.01

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
MUD SPRING - 5902 FT                     2 PM MON               0.01

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
DILLS CAMP - 9200 FT                     2 PM MON               0.20
GOOSEBERRY R.S. - 7920 FT                2 PM MON               0.10

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         3 PM MON               0.23
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    2 PM MON               0.19


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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     8 AM MON     44 MPH

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
WEST OGDEN - 4222 FT                     2 PM MON     54 MPH
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            2 PM MON     52 MPH
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       2 PM MON     49 MPH
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     3 PM MON     47 MPH
LEGACY PARKWAY - 4215 FT                 3 PM MON     44 MPH
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                      2 PM MON     42 MPH
GREAT SALT LAKE MINERALS - 4212 FT       2 PM MON     42 MPH
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    3 PM MON     41 MPH
PORTABLE RWIS 2 - 4292 FT                1 PM MON     40 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         8 AM MON     59 MPH
SALT AIR - 4209 FT                       9 AM MON     55 MPH
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                10 PM SUN     48 MPH
VERNON HILL - 5761 FT                    3 PM MON     41 MPH
TOOELE CITY - 5135 FT                    7 AM MON     40 MPH

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
PIONEER CROSSING - 4650 FT              11 PM SUN     46 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
PROMONTORY POINT - 6926 FT               2 PM MON     58 MPH
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              8 AM MON     57 MPH
UTTR THERMAL TREATMENT UNIT - 4915 FT    7 AM MON     55 MPH
WEST OF WILDCAT MTN - 4259 FT           12 PM MON     54 MPH
EAGLE RANGE - 4239 FT                    1 PM MON     53 MPH
HOGUP - 4229 FT                          6 AM MON     53 MPH
GROOME - 4223 FT                         5 AM MON     51 MPH
BADGER ISLAND - 4199 FT                  9 AM MON     50 MPH
HAT ISLAND - 4242 FT                     2 PM MON     49 MPH
DIDDLE KNOLL - 4265 FT                   7 AM MON     48 MPH
I-80 AT MP 1 - 4270 FT                   6 AM MON     47 MPH
UTTR OASIS COMPOUND - 4437 FT            7 AM MON     46 MPH
WENDOVER PORT OF ENTRY - 4227 FT         5 AM MON     46 MPH
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT                2 PM MON     43 MPH
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT              12 PM MON     43 MPH
SR-30 AT CURLEW - 4766 FT                9 AM MON     42 MPH
JOHNSONS PASS - 6520 FT                  7 AM MON     41 MPH
UPPER CEDAR MTN - 7052 FT                7 AM MON     41 MPH
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 6 AM MON     41 MPH
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                   2 AM MON     41 MPH
V-GRID - 4226 FT                         2 AM MON     41 MPH
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                2 PM MON     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
TRAPPERS LOOP ROAD - 5774 FT             3 PM MON     45 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OGDEN PEAK - 9570 FT                     3 PM MON     61 MPH
SHERWOOD HILLS - 5039 FT                 2 PM MON     52 MPH
SR-65 AT BIG MOUNTAIN PASS - 7433 FT     3 PM MON     48 MPH
WEBER CANYON POWER PLANT - 5801 FT       3 PM MON     46 MPH
POWDER MOUNTAIN - 8897 FT                9 AM MON     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
CENTRAL WASATCH PEAKS - 11066 FT         1 PM MON     50 MPH
PARK CITY - JUPITER - 10024 FT          10 AM MON     42 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
WINDY PEAK - 10662 FT                    1 PM MON     50 MPH
LOFTY LAKE PEAK - 11186 FT               9 AM MON     49 MPH
DRY RIDGE - 11565 FT                    10 AM MON     47 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
ROOSEVELT - 5171 FT                      1 PM MON     47 MPH
US-40 @ STARVATION - 5720 FT             1 PM MON     47 MPH

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
I-70 AT SALINA - 5226 FT                 2 PM MON     40 MPH
RICHFIELD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5299 FT    2 PM MON     40 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SR-72 AT HOGAN PASS - 8977 FT            2 PM MON     51 MPH
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    3 PM MON     42 MPH

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
COAL ROAD - 7349 FT                      1 PM MON     40 MPH

$$

ROGOWSKI


000
NOUS45 KSLC 232136
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
336 PM MDT MON MAR 23 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
LBW EXPFARM - 4498 FT                    3 PM MON               0.33
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     3 PM MON               0.32
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                  3 PM MON               0.31
LOGAN - 4465 FT                          3 PM MON               0.26
LOGAN RIVER ABV STATE DAM - 4805 FT      3 PM MON               0.23
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          3 PM MON               0.21
PROVIDENCE - EVANS FARM - 4535 FT        3 PM MON               0.21
LOGAN DRAINAGE FARM - 4435 FT            3 PM MON               0.13
LOGAN GOLF - 4808 FT                     3 PM MON               0.10
LBW PARADISE - 4859 FT                   3 PM MON               0.04
LEWISTON - 4514 FT                       3 PM MON               0.03
LBW SOUTHFORK - 5095 FT                  3 PM MON               0.03
LOGAN - 4465 FT                         12 PM MON               0.02
LOGAN - 4806 FT                          3 PM MON               0.01

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                      3 PM MON               0.18
BOUNTIFUL - 4760 FT                      3 PM MON               0.17
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4590 FT                  3 PM MON               0.16
LAYTON - 4770 FT                         3 PM MON               0.13
FARMINGTON - 4226 FT                     3 PM MON               0.13
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                   3 PM MON               0.11
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                    3 PM MON               0.10
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       3 PM MON               0.09
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     3 PM MON               0.09
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                 3 PM MON               0.09
BRIGHAM CITY - 4400 FT                   2 PM MON               0.09
SOUTH OGDEN - 4777 FT                    3 PM MON               0.08
TREMONTON - 4331 FT                      3 PM MON               0.08
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT               3 PM MON               0.07
LAYTON - 4468 FT                         3 PM MON               0.07
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            3 PM MON               0.06
ROY - 4373 FT                            3 PM MON               0.06
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                       3 PM MON               0.06
CLINTON - 4337 FT                        3 PM MON               0.06
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                       3 PM MON               0.06
CLEARFIELD UDOT - 4685 FT                3 PM MON               0.06
CORINNE - 4238 FT                        3 PM MON               0.06
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    3 PM MON               0.06
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                3 PM MON               0.05
WEST POINT - 4350 FT                     3 PM MON               0.05
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                      3 PM MON               0.04
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                3 PM MON               0.04
CENTERVILLE - 4216 FT                    3 PM MON               0.04
OGDEN - 4285 FT                          3 PM MON               0.04
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    3 PM MON               0.04
EAGLE LAKE - 4377 FT                     3 PM MON               0.02
ROY - 4457 FT                            9 AM MON               0.02
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4802 FT                  7 AM MON               0.02

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
SALT LAKE CITY - 5102 FT                 3 PM MON               0.04
SALT LAKE CITY - 4753 FT                 3 PM MON               0.02
SANDY - 5161 FT                          3 PM MON               0.02
HOLLADAY - 4516 FT                       3 PM MON               0.02
NORTH HOLLADAY - 4600 FT                 3 PM MON               0.02
HOLLADAY - 4344 FT                       3 PM MON               0.02
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                 3 PM MON               0.02
HOLLADAY - 4456 FT                       9 AM MON               0.02
SANDY - 4714 FT                          8 AM MON               0.02
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                   3 PM MON               0.01
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            3 PM MON               0.01
MAGNA - 4400 FT                          3 PM MON               0.01
DRAPER - 4418 FT                         3 PM MON               0.01
SALT LAKE CITY - 5305 FT                 3 PM MON               0.01
DRAPER - 4426 FT                         3 PM MON               0.01

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SPANISH FORK - 4738 FT                   3 PM MON               0.08
SPANISH FORK - 4721 FT                   3 PM MON               0.07
SPANISH FORK - 4734 FT                   3 PM MON               0.06
OREM - 4728 FT                           3 PM MON               0.02
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT          3 PM MON               0.01
LEHI - 4593 FT                           3 PM MON               0.01
PROVO - 4641 FT                          3 PM MON               0.01
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4787 FT               3 PM MON               0.01

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
GEORGE CREEK - 8994 FT                   2 PM MON               0.40
ROCKY BASIN-SETTLEME - 8900 FT           2 PM MON               0.30
MINING FORK - 8000 FT                    2 PM MON               0.10
SNOWVILLE (SOUTH) - 4812 FT              3 PM MON               0.06
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT               3 PM MON               0.03
BLUE CREEK - 5170 FT                     3 PM MON               0.03
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        2 PM MON               0.03
SNOWVILLE - 4560 FT                      3 PM MON               0.02
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                    3 PM MON               0.01
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              3 PM MON               0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
SWANSONS ENV CENTER - 5700 FT            3 PM MON               0.33
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        2 PM MON               0.25
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                     3 PM MON               0.13
COALVILLE - 5673 FT                      3 PM MON               0.12
MORGAN - 5059 FT                         3 PM MON               0.11
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT        3 PM MON               0.11
MORGAN UDOT - 5105 FT                    3 PM MON               0.08
MORGAN - 5092 FT                         7 AM MON               0.03

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
LIGHTNING RIDGE - 8215 FT                3 PM MON               0.40
MONTE CRISTO - 8960 FT                   2 PM MON               0.40
KLONDIKE NARROWS - 7400 FT               2 PM MON               0.40
HORSE RIDGE - 8160 FT                    2 PM MON               0.40
DRY BREAD POND - 8350 FT                 2 PM MON               0.40
BEN LOMOND PEAK - 8000 FT                2 PM MON               0.30
BUG LAKE - 7950 FT                       2 PM MON               0.30
BLACKSMITH FORK - 5020 FT                2 PM MON               0.27
MANTUA - 5899 FT                         3 PM MON               0.22
LOST CREEK NR CROYDEN - 5840 FT          2 PM MON               0.20
FARMINGTON - 8000 FT                     2 PM MON               0.20
RANDOLPH UDOT - 6329 FT                  3 PM MON               0.16
GARDEN CITY - 7615 FT                    3 PM MON               0.16
GARDEN CITY SUMMIT - 7600 FT             2 PM MON               0.10
TONY GROVE LAKE - 8400 FT                2 PM MON               0.10
PARRISH CREEK - 7740 FT                  2 PM MON               0.10
LITTLE BEAR - 6550 FT                    2 PM MON               0.10
KILFOIL CREEK - 7400 FT                  2 PM MON               0.10
HARDWARE RANCH - 5564 FT                 3 PM MON               0.09
EMIGRATION CANYON - 6024 FT              3 PM MON               0.09
GARDEN CITY - 5959 FT                    3 PM MON               0.07
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    2 PM MON               0.05
LAKETOWN - 5959 FT                       3 PM MON               0.02
LAKETOWN UDOT - 5991 FT                  3 PM MON               0.02
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       3 PM MON               0.02
RANDOLPH - 6264 FT                       3 PM MON               0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
BRIGHTON CREST - 9500 FT                 7 AM MON      1.0      0.09
THE CANYONS - 8800 FT                    7 AM MON      1.0      0.05
BRIGHTON - 8750 FT                       2 PM MON               0.40
THAYNES CANYON - 9200 FT                 2 PM MON               0.40
ALTA - COLLINS - 9662 FT                 3 PM MON               0.38
SUNDANCE - 7503 FT                       3 PM MON               0.34
DEER VALLEY - ONTARIO - 9100 FT          3 PM MON               0.32
ALTA - BASE - 8560 FT                    3 PM MON               0.22
TIMPANOGOS DIVIDE - 8140 FT              2 PM MON               0.20
MILL-D NORTH - 8960 FT                   2 PM MON               0.20
SNOWBIRD - 9640 FT                       2 PM MON               0.10
TIMPANOGOS CAVE - 7999 FT                3 PM MON               0.01

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
TRIAL LAKE - 9960 FT                     2 PM MON               0.40
HAYDEN FORK - 9100 FT                    2 PM MON               0.30
BEAR RIVER RS - 8500 FT                  2 PM MON               0.30
WEBER RIVER NR OAKLEY 7NNE - 6653 FT     3 PM MON               0.21
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      3 PM MON               0.20
BEAVER DIVIDE - 8280 FT                  2 PM MON               0.20
LILY LAKE - 9050 FT                      2 PM MON               0.20
LAKEFORK BASIN - 10900 FT                2 PM MON               0.20
REDDEN MINE LWR - 8500 FT                2 PM MON               0.20
CHALK CREEK #1 - 9100 FT                 2 PM MON               0.20
BLACKS FORK JCT - 8870 FT                1 PM MON               0.20
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         3 PM MON               0.17
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         3 PM MON               0.17
BEAR RIVER - 8536 FT                     3 PM MON               0.15
OAKLEY - 7800 FT                         3 PM MON               0.12
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           3 PM MON               0.12
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        3 PM MON               0.10
BROWN DUCK - 10600 FT                    2 PM MON               0.10
CHALK CREEK #2 - 8200 FT                 2 PM MON               0.10
WEST FORK BLACKSMITHS FORK - 9620 FT     3 PM MON               0.08
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 3 PM MON               0.06

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
DANIELS-STRAWBERRY - 8000 FT             2 PM MON               0.20
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                    3 PM MON               0.11
MAMMOTH-COTTONWOOD - 8800 FT             2 PM MON               0.10
STRAWBERRY DIVIDE - 8400 FT              2 PM MON               0.10

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      2 PM MON               0.02
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      2 PM MON               0.01

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
MUD SPRING - 5902 FT                     2 PM MON               0.01

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
DILLS CAMP - 9200 FT                     2 PM MON               0.20
GOOSEBERRY R.S. - 7920 FT                2 PM MON               0.10

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         3 PM MON               0.23
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    2 PM MON               0.19


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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     8 AM MON     44 MPH

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
WEST OGDEN - 4222 FT                     2 PM MON     54 MPH
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            2 PM MON     52 MPH
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       2 PM MON     49 MPH
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     3 PM MON     47 MPH
LEGACY PARKWAY - 4215 FT                 3 PM MON     44 MPH
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                      2 PM MON     42 MPH
GREAT SALT LAKE MINERALS - 4212 FT       2 PM MON     42 MPH
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    3 PM MON     41 MPH
PORTABLE RWIS 2 - 4292 FT                1 PM MON     40 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         8 AM MON     59 MPH
SALT AIR - 4209 FT                       9 AM MON     55 MPH
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                10 PM SUN     48 MPH
VERNON HILL - 5761 FT                    3 PM MON     41 MPH
TOOELE CITY - 5135 FT                    7 AM MON     40 MPH

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
PIONEER CROSSING - 4650 FT              11 PM SUN     46 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
PROMONTORY POINT - 6926 FT               2 PM MON     58 MPH
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              8 AM MON     57 MPH
UTTR THERMAL TREATMENT UNIT - 4915 FT    7 AM MON     55 MPH
WEST OF WILDCAT MTN - 4259 FT           12 PM MON     54 MPH
EAGLE RANGE - 4239 FT                    1 PM MON     53 MPH
HOGUP - 4229 FT                          6 AM MON     53 MPH
GROOME - 4223 FT                         5 AM MON     51 MPH
BADGER ISLAND - 4199 FT                  9 AM MON     50 MPH
HAT ISLAND - 4242 FT                     2 PM MON     49 MPH
DIDDLE KNOLL - 4265 FT                   7 AM MON     48 MPH
I-80 AT MP 1 - 4270 FT                   6 AM MON     47 MPH
UTTR OASIS COMPOUND - 4437 FT            7 AM MON     46 MPH
WENDOVER PORT OF ENTRY - 4227 FT         5 AM MON     46 MPH
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT                2 PM MON     43 MPH
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT              12 PM MON     43 MPH
SR-30 AT CURLEW - 4766 FT                9 AM MON     42 MPH
JOHNSONS PASS - 6520 FT                  7 AM MON     41 MPH
UPPER CEDAR MTN - 7052 FT                7 AM MON     41 MPH
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 6 AM MON     41 MPH
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                   2 AM MON     41 MPH
V-GRID - 4226 FT                         2 AM MON     41 MPH
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                2 PM MON     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
TRAPPERS LOOP ROAD - 5774 FT             3 PM MON     45 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OGDEN PEAK - 9570 FT                     3 PM MON     61 MPH
SHERWOOD HILLS - 5039 FT                 2 PM MON     52 MPH
SR-65 AT BIG MOUNTAIN PASS - 7433 FT     3 PM MON     48 MPH
WEBER CANYON POWER PLANT - 5801 FT       3 PM MON     46 MPH
POWDER MOUNTAIN - 8897 FT                9 AM MON     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
CENTRAL WASATCH PEAKS - 11066 FT         1 PM MON     50 MPH
PARK CITY - JUPITER - 10024 FT          10 AM MON     42 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
WINDY PEAK - 10662 FT                    1 PM MON     50 MPH
LOFTY LAKE PEAK - 11186 FT               9 AM MON     49 MPH
DRY RIDGE - 11565 FT                    10 AM MON     47 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
ROOSEVELT - 5171 FT                      1 PM MON     47 MPH
US-40 @ STARVATION - 5720 FT             1 PM MON     47 MPH

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
I-70 AT SALINA - 5226 FT                 2 PM MON     40 MPH
RICHFIELD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5299 FT    2 PM MON     40 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SR-72 AT HOGAN PASS - 8977 FT            2 PM MON     51 MPH
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    3 PM MON     42 MPH

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
COAL ROAD - 7349 FT                      1 PM MON     40 MPH

$$

ROGOWSKI



000
NOUS45 KSLC 232136
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
336 PM MDT MON MAR 23 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
LBW EXPFARM - 4498 FT                    3 PM MON               0.33
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     3 PM MON               0.32
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                  3 PM MON               0.31
LOGAN - 4465 FT                          3 PM MON               0.26
LOGAN RIVER ABV STATE DAM - 4805 FT      3 PM MON               0.23
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          3 PM MON               0.21
PROVIDENCE - EVANS FARM - 4535 FT        3 PM MON               0.21
LOGAN DRAINAGE FARM - 4435 FT            3 PM MON               0.13
LOGAN GOLF - 4808 FT                     3 PM MON               0.10
LBW PARADISE - 4859 FT                   3 PM MON               0.04
LEWISTON - 4514 FT                       3 PM MON               0.03
LBW SOUTHFORK - 5095 FT                  3 PM MON               0.03
LOGAN - 4465 FT                         12 PM MON               0.02
LOGAN - 4806 FT                          3 PM MON               0.01

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                      3 PM MON               0.18
BOUNTIFUL - 4760 FT                      3 PM MON               0.17
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4590 FT                  3 PM MON               0.16
LAYTON - 4770 FT                         3 PM MON               0.13
FARMINGTON - 4226 FT                     3 PM MON               0.13
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                   3 PM MON               0.11
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                    3 PM MON               0.10
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       3 PM MON               0.09
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     3 PM MON               0.09
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                 3 PM MON               0.09
BRIGHAM CITY - 4400 FT                   2 PM MON               0.09
SOUTH OGDEN - 4777 FT                    3 PM MON               0.08
TREMONTON - 4331 FT                      3 PM MON               0.08
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT               3 PM MON               0.07
LAYTON - 4468 FT                         3 PM MON               0.07
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            3 PM MON               0.06
ROY - 4373 FT                            3 PM MON               0.06
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                       3 PM MON               0.06
CLINTON - 4337 FT                        3 PM MON               0.06
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                       3 PM MON               0.06
CLEARFIELD UDOT - 4685 FT                3 PM MON               0.06
CORINNE - 4238 FT                        3 PM MON               0.06
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    3 PM MON               0.06
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                3 PM MON               0.05
WEST POINT - 4350 FT                     3 PM MON               0.05
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                      3 PM MON               0.04
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                3 PM MON               0.04
CENTERVILLE - 4216 FT                    3 PM MON               0.04
OGDEN - 4285 FT                          3 PM MON               0.04
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    3 PM MON               0.04
EAGLE LAKE - 4377 FT                     3 PM MON               0.02
ROY - 4457 FT                            9 AM MON               0.02
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4802 FT                  7 AM MON               0.02

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
SALT LAKE CITY - 5102 FT                 3 PM MON               0.04
SALT LAKE CITY - 4753 FT                 3 PM MON               0.02
SANDY - 5161 FT                          3 PM MON               0.02
HOLLADAY - 4516 FT                       3 PM MON               0.02
NORTH HOLLADAY - 4600 FT                 3 PM MON               0.02
HOLLADAY - 4344 FT                       3 PM MON               0.02
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                 3 PM MON               0.02
HOLLADAY - 4456 FT                       9 AM MON               0.02
SANDY - 4714 FT                          8 AM MON               0.02
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                   3 PM MON               0.01
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            3 PM MON               0.01
MAGNA - 4400 FT                          3 PM MON               0.01
DRAPER - 4418 FT                         3 PM MON               0.01
SALT LAKE CITY - 5305 FT                 3 PM MON               0.01
DRAPER - 4426 FT                         3 PM MON               0.01

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SPANISH FORK - 4738 FT                   3 PM MON               0.08
SPANISH FORK - 4721 FT                   3 PM MON               0.07
SPANISH FORK - 4734 FT                   3 PM MON               0.06
OREM - 4728 FT                           3 PM MON               0.02
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT          3 PM MON               0.01
LEHI - 4593 FT                           3 PM MON               0.01
PROVO - 4641 FT                          3 PM MON               0.01
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4787 FT               3 PM MON               0.01

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
GEORGE CREEK - 8994 FT                   2 PM MON               0.40
ROCKY BASIN-SETTLEME - 8900 FT           2 PM MON               0.30
MINING FORK - 8000 FT                    2 PM MON               0.10
SNOWVILLE (SOUTH) - 4812 FT              3 PM MON               0.06
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT               3 PM MON               0.03
BLUE CREEK - 5170 FT                     3 PM MON               0.03
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        2 PM MON               0.03
SNOWVILLE - 4560 FT                      3 PM MON               0.02
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                    3 PM MON               0.01
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              3 PM MON               0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
SWANSONS ENV CENTER - 5700 FT            3 PM MON               0.33
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        2 PM MON               0.25
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                     3 PM MON               0.13
COALVILLE - 5673 FT                      3 PM MON               0.12
MORGAN - 5059 FT                         3 PM MON               0.11
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT        3 PM MON               0.11
MORGAN UDOT - 5105 FT                    3 PM MON               0.08
MORGAN - 5092 FT                         7 AM MON               0.03

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
LIGHTNING RIDGE - 8215 FT                3 PM MON               0.40
MONTE CRISTO - 8960 FT                   2 PM MON               0.40
KLONDIKE NARROWS - 7400 FT               2 PM MON               0.40
HORSE RIDGE - 8160 FT                    2 PM MON               0.40
DRY BREAD POND - 8350 FT                 2 PM MON               0.40
BEN LOMOND PEAK - 8000 FT                2 PM MON               0.30
BUG LAKE - 7950 FT                       2 PM MON               0.30
BLACKSMITH FORK - 5020 FT                2 PM MON               0.27
MANTUA - 5899 FT                         3 PM MON               0.22
LOST CREEK NR CROYDEN - 5840 FT          2 PM MON               0.20
FARMINGTON - 8000 FT                     2 PM MON               0.20
RANDOLPH UDOT - 6329 FT                  3 PM MON               0.16
GARDEN CITY - 7615 FT                    3 PM MON               0.16
GARDEN CITY SUMMIT - 7600 FT             2 PM MON               0.10
TONY GROVE LAKE - 8400 FT                2 PM MON               0.10
PARRISH CREEK - 7740 FT                  2 PM MON               0.10
LITTLE BEAR - 6550 FT                    2 PM MON               0.10
KILFOIL CREEK - 7400 FT                  2 PM MON               0.10
HARDWARE RANCH - 5564 FT                 3 PM MON               0.09
EMIGRATION CANYON - 6024 FT              3 PM MON               0.09
GARDEN CITY - 5959 FT                    3 PM MON               0.07
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    2 PM MON               0.05
LAKETOWN - 5959 FT                       3 PM MON               0.02
LAKETOWN UDOT - 5991 FT                  3 PM MON               0.02
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       3 PM MON               0.02
RANDOLPH - 6264 FT                       3 PM MON               0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
BRIGHTON CREST - 9500 FT                 7 AM MON      1.0      0.09
THE CANYONS - 8800 FT                    7 AM MON      1.0      0.05
BRIGHTON - 8750 FT                       2 PM MON               0.40
THAYNES CANYON - 9200 FT                 2 PM MON               0.40
ALTA - COLLINS - 9662 FT                 3 PM MON               0.38
SUNDANCE - 7503 FT                       3 PM MON               0.34
DEER VALLEY - ONTARIO - 9100 FT          3 PM MON               0.32
ALTA - BASE - 8560 FT                    3 PM MON               0.22
TIMPANOGOS DIVIDE - 8140 FT              2 PM MON               0.20
MILL-D NORTH - 8960 FT                   2 PM MON               0.20
SNOWBIRD - 9640 FT                       2 PM MON               0.10
TIMPANOGOS CAVE - 7999 FT                3 PM MON               0.01

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
TRIAL LAKE - 9960 FT                     2 PM MON               0.40
HAYDEN FORK - 9100 FT                    2 PM MON               0.30
BEAR RIVER RS - 8500 FT                  2 PM MON               0.30
WEBER RIVER NR OAKLEY 7NNE - 6653 FT     3 PM MON               0.21
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      3 PM MON               0.20
BEAVER DIVIDE - 8280 FT                  2 PM MON               0.20
LILY LAKE - 9050 FT                      2 PM MON               0.20
LAKEFORK BASIN - 10900 FT                2 PM MON               0.20
REDDEN MINE LWR - 8500 FT                2 PM MON               0.20
CHALK CREEK #1 - 9100 FT                 2 PM MON               0.20
BLACKS FORK JCT - 8870 FT                1 PM MON               0.20
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         3 PM MON               0.17
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         3 PM MON               0.17
BEAR RIVER - 8536 FT                     3 PM MON               0.15
OAKLEY - 7800 FT                         3 PM MON               0.12
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           3 PM MON               0.12
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        3 PM MON               0.10
BROWN DUCK - 10600 FT                    2 PM MON               0.10
CHALK CREEK #2 - 8200 FT                 2 PM MON               0.10
WEST FORK BLACKSMITHS FORK - 9620 FT     3 PM MON               0.08
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 3 PM MON               0.06

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
DANIELS-STRAWBERRY - 8000 FT             2 PM MON               0.20
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                    3 PM MON               0.11
MAMMOTH-COTTONWOOD - 8800 FT             2 PM MON               0.10
STRAWBERRY DIVIDE - 8400 FT              2 PM MON               0.10

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      2 PM MON               0.02
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      2 PM MON               0.01

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
MUD SPRING - 5902 FT                     2 PM MON               0.01

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
DILLS CAMP - 9200 FT                     2 PM MON               0.20
GOOSEBERRY R.S. - 7920 FT                2 PM MON               0.10

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         3 PM MON               0.23
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    2 PM MON               0.19


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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     8 AM MON     44 MPH

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
WEST OGDEN - 4222 FT                     2 PM MON     54 MPH
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            2 PM MON     52 MPH
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       2 PM MON     49 MPH
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     3 PM MON     47 MPH
LEGACY PARKWAY - 4215 FT                 3 PM MON     44 MPH
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                      2 PM MON     42 MPH
GREAT SALT LAKE MINERALS - 4212 FT       2 PM MON     42 MPH
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    3 PM MON     41 MPH
PORTABLE RWIS 2 - 4292 FT                1 PM MON     40 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         8 AM MON     59 MPH
SALT AIR - 4209 FT                       9 AM MON     55 MPH
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                10 PM SUN     48 MPH
VERNON HILL - 5761 FT                    3 PM MON     41 MPH
TOOELE CITY - 5135 FT                    7 AM MON     40 MPH

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
PIONEER CROSSING - 4650 FT              11 PM SUN     46 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
PROMONTORY POINT - 6926 FT               2 PM MON     58 MPH
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              8 AM MON     57 MPH
UTTR THERMAL TREATMENT UNIT - 4915 FT    7 AM MON     55 MPH
WEST OF WILDCAT MTN - 4259 FT           12 PM MON     54 MPH
EAGLE RANGE - 4239 FT                    1 PM MON     53 MPH
HOGUP - 4229 FT                          6 AM MON     53 MPH
GROOME - 4223 FT                         5 AM MON     51 MPH
BADGER ISLAND - 4199 FT                  9 AM MON     50 MPH
HAT ISLAND - 4242 FT                     2 PM MON     49 MPH
DIDDLE KNOLL - 4265 FT                   7 AM MON     48 MPH
I-80 AT MP 1 - 4270 FT                   6 AM MON     47 MPH
UTTR OASIS COMPOUND - 4437 FT            7 AM MON     46 MPH
WENDOVER PORT OF ENTRY - 4227 FT         5 AM MON     46 MPH
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT                2 PM MON     43 MPH
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT              12 PM MON     43 MPH
SR-30 AT CURLEW - 4766 FT                9 AM MON     42 MPH
JOHNSONS PASS - 6520 FT                  7 AM MON     41 MPH
UPPER CEDAR MTN - 7052 FT                7 AM MON     41 MPH
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 6 AM MON     41 MPH
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                   2 AM MON     41 MPH
V-GRID - 4226 FT                         2 AM MON     41 MPH
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                2 PM MON     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
TRAPPERS LOOP ROAD - 5774 FT             3 PM MON     45 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OGDEN PEAK - 9570 FT                     3 PM MON     61 MPH
SHERWOOD HILLS - 5039 FT                 2 PM MON     52 MPH
SR-65 AT BIG MOUNTAIN PASS - 7433 FT     3 PM MON     48 MPH
WEBER CANYON POWER PLANT - 5801 FT       3 PM MON     46 MPH
POWDER MOUNTAIN - 8897 FT                9 AM MON     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
CENTRAL WASATCH PEAKS - 11066 FT         1 PM MON     50 MPH
PARK CITY - JUPITER - 10024 FT          10 AM MON     42 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
WINDY PEAK - 10662 FT                    1 PM MON     50 MPH
LOFTY LAKE PEAK - 11186 FT               9 AM MON     49 MPH
DRY RIDGE - 11565 FT                    10 AM MON     47 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
ROOSEVELT - 5171 FT                      1 PM MON     47 MPH
US-40 @ STARVATION - 5720 FT             1 PM MON     47 MPH

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
I-70 AT SALINA - 5226 FT                 2 PM MON     40 MPH
RICHFIELD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5299 FT    2 PM MON     40 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SR-72 AT HOGAN PASS - 8977 FT            2 PM MON     51 MPH
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    3 PM MON     42 MPH

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
COAL ROAD - 7349 FT                      1 PM MON     40 MPH

$$

ROGOWSKI


000
NOUS46 KSEW 231951 AAA
PNSSEW

WASHINGTON PRECIPITATION SUMMARY...AMENDED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
1251 PM PDT MON MAR 23 2015

FEBRUARY SAW NEAR TO ABOVE NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR NEARLY ALL OF
WASHINGTON STATE EXCEPT FOR BELOW NORMAL PRECIPITATION AT THE
COAST...EAST SLOPES OF THE CASCADES...AND THE PALOUSE AND BLUE
MOUNTAINS REGIONS. THE WATER YEAR CONTINUES TO BE NEAR TO ABOVE
NORMAL FOR NEARLY ALL OF WASHINGTON EXCEPT FOR BELOW NORMAL
CONDITIONS IN THE NORTHEAST REGION.

IN WESTERN WASHINGTON...THE MONTHLY PERCENTAGE OF NORMAL FOR
PRECIPITATION RANGED FROM 82 PERCENT ON THE COAST TO 128 PERCENT IN
THE PUGET SOUND LOWLANDS. THE GREATEST AMOUNT OF PRECIPITATION AT
THE CLIMATE STATIONS FOR THE MOUNTAINS...COAST...AND INTERIOR
LOWLANDS ARE 13.94 INCHES AT THE HOH RANGER STATION IN THE
OLYMPICS...9.53 INCHES AT CLEARWATER...AND 9.70 INCHES AT GRAYS RIVER
IN THE SOUTHWEST INTERIOR.

FOR EASTERN WASHINGTON...THE PERCENTAGE OF NORMAL FOR PRECIPITATION
RANGED FROM 83 PERCENT FOR THE EAST SLOPES OF THE CASCADES...AND
PALOUSE AND BLUE MOUNTAINS REGION TO 106 PERCENT IN THE CENTRAL
BASIN. THE GREATEST AMOUNT OF PRECIPITATION AT CLIMATE STATIONS FOR
THE MOUNTAINS AND LOWLANDS WAS 6.20 INCHES AT MOUNT ADAMS RANGER
STATION ON THE EAST SLOPES OF THE CASCADES...AND 2.51 INCHES AT
CHEWELAH IN THE NORTHEAST REGION.

THE OUTLOOK FOR MARCH AND BEYOND...FOR THE NEXT TWO WEEKS THE
OUTLOOK IS FOR NEAR NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR WASHINGTON STATE. THE
MONTHLY OUTLOOK FOR MARCH IS CALLING FOR BELOW NORMAL PRECIPITATION
FOR MOST OF WASHINGTON...WITH EQUAL CHANCES OF ABOVE...BELOW...OR
NEAR NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR THE EASTERN QUARTER OF THE STATE. THE
THREE MONTH OUTLOOK FROM MARCH TO MAY IS CALLING FOR BELOW NORMAL
PRECIPITATION FOR WESTERN HALF OF WASHINGTON...WITH EQUAL CHANCES OF
ABOVE...BELOW...OR NEAR NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR THE EASTERN HALF.

THE TABLE BELOW GIVES PRECIPITATION FIGURES AS A PERCENT OF NORMAL
FOR REGIONS OF WASHINGTON.  THE CURRENT WATER YEAR BEGAN 1 OCTOBER
2014 AND ENDS 30 SEPTEMBER 2015.

                      FEBRUARY     WATER YEAR     PAST 3       PAST 12
                         2015       TO DATE       MONTHS        MONTHS
WESTERN WASHINGTON
  COAST                    82          104           96           110
  OLYMPICS                 95          104           96           107
  NORTHWEST INTERIOR      111          119          119           126
  PUGET SOUND LOWLANDS    128          102           93           118
  SOUTHWEST INTERIOR       92           92           85           104
  WEST FOOTHILLS CASCA    104          103           93           118
  CASCADES WEST            99          105           94           117

EASTERN WASHINGTON
  EAST SLOPES CASCADES     83          103           91           107
  OKANOGAN                 95          111           91           107
  CENTRAL BASIN           106           99           98            96
  NORTHEAST                97           89           83            99
  PALOUSE AND BLUE MTN     83          103           99           101



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.

                   FEBRUARY           WATER YEAR       PAST 12 MONTHS
                INCHES    PCT       INCHES    PCT       INCHES    PCT

QUILLAYUTE        8.30     80        64.58    101       102.41    114
HOQUIAM           4.87     68        47.29    105        79.86    130
BELLINGHAM        2.50     86        25.73    122        44.08    135
SEATTLE           5.27    151        25.31    103        47.62    143
OLYMPIA           5.28    100        30.99     92        53.43    124
LONGVIEW          3.80     78        24.96     83        45.88    110

CONCRETE          6.28     96        47.98    106        83.60    130
SNOQUALMIE FALL   7.03    130        38.48    100        71.73    130
RANDLE*           6.34    104        37.60    103        66.92    132
DIABLO DAM        7.98    109        58.36    109        94.51    136
STAMPEDE PASS     5.80     76        50.00     94        86.65    129
PARADISE         13.60    107        85.17    108       140.51    133

WINTHROP          1.14     86        10.50    117        16.29    133
STEHEKIN          3.45     90        30.23    110        42.42    146
LEAVENWORTH       1.56     59        19.82    109        25.86    128
MOUNT ADAMS       6.20    121        31.24     95        51.56    137
WENATCHEE         0.90     90         4.71     82         7.63     92
YAKIMA            0.99    127         3.79     75         6.48     96

COULEE DAM        0.96    100         6.60    121        15.14    146
LIND              0.93    113         5.53    102         9.52    107
REPUBLIC          1.14     98         8.00    105        18.74    120
SPOKANE           1.04     78         7.68     86        15.12    102
PULLMAN           2.14     75        10.60     90        18.04    101
DAYTON            1.46     85        10.57    102        18.52    107

* = ESTIMATED

$$
GRUB











000
NOUS46 KSEW 231951 AAA
PNSSEW

WASHINGTON PRECIPITATION SUMMARY...AMENDED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
1251 PM PDT MON MAR 23 2015

FEBRUARY SAW NEAR TO ABOVE NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR NEARLY ALL OF
WASHINGTON STATE EXCEPT FOR BELOW NORMAL PRECIPITATION AT THE
COAST...EAST SLOPES OF THE CASCADES...AND THE PALOUSE AND BLUE
MOUNTAINS REGIONS. THE WATER YEAR CONTINUES TO BE NEAR TO ABOVE
NORMAL FOR NEARLY ALL OF WASHINGTON EXCEPT FOR BELOW NORMAL
CONDITIONS IN THE NORTHEAST REGION.

IN WESTERN WASHINGTON...THE MONTHLY PERCENTAGE OF NORMAL FOR
PRECIPITATION RANGED FROM 82 PERCENT ON THE COAST TO 128 PERCENT IN
THE PUGET SOUND LOWLANDS. THE GREATEST AMOUNT OF PRECIPITATION AT
THE CLIMATE STATIONS FOR THE MOUNTAINS...COAST...AND INTERIOR
LOWLANDS ARE 13.94 INCHES AT THE HOH RANGER STATION IN THE
OLYMPICS...9.53 INCHES AT CLEARWATER...AND 9.70 INCHES AT GRAYS RIVER
IN THE SOUTHWEST INTERIOR.

FOR EASTERN WASHINGTON...THE PERCENTAGE OF NORMAL FOR PRECIPITATION
RANGED FROM 83 PERCENT FOR THE EAST SLOPES OF THE CASCADES...AND
PALOUSE AND BLUE MOUNTAINS REGION TO 106 PERCENT IN THE CENTRAL
BASIN. THE GREATEST AMOUNT OF PRECIPITATION AT CLIMATE STATIONS FOR
THE MOUNTAINS AND LOWLANDS WAS 6.20 INCHES AT MOUNT ADAMS RANGER
STATION ON THE EAST SLOPES OF THE CASCADES...AND 2.51 INCHES AT
CHEWELAH IN THE NORTHEAST REGION.

THE OUTLOOK FOR MARCH AND BEYOND...FOR THE NEXT TWO WEEKS THE
OUTLOOK IS FOR NEAR NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR WASHINGTON STATE. THE
MONTHLY OUTLOOK FOR MARCH IS CALLING FOR BELOW NORMAL PRECIPITATION
FOR MOST OF WASHINGTON...WITH EQUAL CHANCES OF ABOVE...BELOW...OR
NEAR NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR THE EASTERN QUARTER OF THE STATE. THE
THREE MONTH OUTLOOK FROM MARCH TO MAY IS CALLING FOR BELOW NORMAL
PRECIPITATION FOR WESTERN HALF OF WASHINGTON...WITH EQUAL CHANCES OF
ABOVE...BELOW...OR NEAR NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR THE EASTERN HALF.

THE TABLE BELOW GIVES PRECIPITATION FIGURES AS A PERCENT OF NORMAL
FOR REGIONS OF WASHINGTON.  THE CURRENT WATER YEAR BEGAN 1 OCTOBER
2014 AND ENDS 30 SEPTEMBER 2015.

                      FEBRUARY     WATER YEAR     PAST 3       PAST 12
                         2015       TO DATE       MONTHS        MONTHS
WESTERN WASHINGTON
  COAST                    82          104           96           110
  OLYMPICS                 95          104           96           107
  NORTHWEST INTERIOR      111          119          119           126
  PUGET SOUND LOWLANDS    128          102           93           118
  SOUTHWEST INTERIOR       92           92           85           104
  WEST FOOTHILLS CASCA    104          103           93           118
  CASCADES WEST            99          105           94           117

EASTERN WASHINGTON
  EAST SLOPES CASCADES     83          103           91           107
  OKANOGAN                 95          111           91           107
  CENTRAL BASIN           106           99           98            96
  NORTHEAST                97           89           83            99
  PALOUSE AND BLUE MTN     83          103           99           101



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.

                   FEBRUARY           WATER YEAR       PAST 12 MONTHS
                INCHES    PCT       INCHES    PCT       INCHES    PCT

QUILLAYUTE        8.30     80        64.58    101       102.41    114
HOQUIAM           4.87     68        47.29    105        79.86    130
BELLINGHAM        2.50     86        25.73    122        44.08    135
SEATTLE           5.27    151        25.31    103        47.62    143
OLYMPIA           5.28    100        30.99     92        53.43    124
LONGVIEW          3.80     78        24.96     83        45.88    110

CONCRETE          6.28     96        47.98    106        83.60    130
SNOQUALMIE FALL   7.03    130        38.48    100        71.73    130
RANDLE*           6.34    104        37.60    103        66.92    132
DIABLO DAM        7.98    109        58.36    109        94.51    136
STAMPEDE PASS     5.80     76        50.00     94        86.65    129
PARADISE         13.60    107        85.17    108       140.51    133

WINTHROP          1.14     86        10.50    117        16.29    133
STEHEKIN          3.45     90        30.23    110        42.42    146
LEAVENWORTH       1.56     59        19.82    109        25.86    128
MOUNT ADAMS       6.20    121        31.24     95        51.56    137
WENATCHEE         0.90     90         4.71     82         7.63     92
YAKIMA            0.99    127         3.79     75         6.48     96

COULEE DAM        0.96    100         6.60    121        15.14    146
LIND              0.93    113         5.53    102         9.52    107
REPUBLIC          1.14     98         8.00    105        18.74    120
SPOKANE           1.04     78         7.68     86        15.12    102
PULLMAN           2.14     75        10.60     90        18.04    101
DAYTON            1.46     85        10.57    102        18.52    107

* = ESTIMATED

$$
GRUB










000
NOUS46 KSEW 231951 AAA
PNSSEW

WASHINGTON PRECIPITATION SUMMARY...AMENDED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
1251 PM PDT MON MAR 23 2015

FEBRUARY SAW NEAR TO ABOVE NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR NEARLY ALL OF
WASHINGTON STATE EXCEPT FOR BELOW NORMAL PRECIPITATION AT THE
COAST...EAST SLOPES OF THE CASCADES...AND THE PALOUSE AND BLUE
MOUNTAINS REGIONS. THE WATER YEAR CONTINUES TO BE NEAR TO ABOVE
NORMAL FOR NEARLY ALL OF WASHINGTON EXCEPT FOR BELOW NORMAL
CONDITIONS IN THE NORTHEAST REGION.

IN WESTERN WASHINGTON...THE MONTHLY PERCENTAGE OF NORMAL FOR
PRECIPITATION RANGED FROM 82 PERCENT ON THE COAST TO 128 PERCENT IN
THE PUGET SOUND LOWLANDS. THE GREATEST AMOUNT OF PRECIPITATION AT
THE CLIMATE STATIONS FOR THE MOUNTAINS...COAST...AND INTERIOR
LOWLANDS ARE 13.94 INCHES AT THE HOH RANGER STATION IN THE
OLYMPICS...9.53 INCHES AT CLEARWATER...AND 9.70 INCHES AT GRAYS RIVER
IN THE SOUTHWEST INTERIOR.

FOR EASTERN WASHINGTON...THE PERCENTAGE OF NORMAL FOR PRECIPITATION
RANGED FROM 83 PERCENT FOR THE EAST SLOPES OF THE CASCADES...AND
PALOUSE AND BLUE MOUNTAINS REGION TO 106 PERCENT IN THE CENTRAL
BASIN. THE GREATEST AMOUNT OF PRECIPITATION AT CLIMATE STATIONS FOR
THE MOUNTAINS AND LOWLANDS WAS 6.20 INCHES AT MOUNT ADAMS RANGER
STATION ON THE EAST SLOPES OF THE CASCADES...AND 2.51 INCHES AT
CHEWELAH IN THE NORTHEAST REGION.

THE OUTLOOK FOR MARCH AND BEYOND...FOR THE NEXT TWO WEEKS THE
OUTLOOK IS FOR NEAR NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR WASHINGTON STATE. THE
MONTHLY OUTLOOK FOR MARCH IS CALLING FOR BELOW NORMAL PRECIPITATION
FOR MOST OF WASHINGTON...WITH EQUAL CHANCES OF ABOVE...BELOW...OR
NEAR NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR THE EASTERN QUARTER OF THE STATE. THE
THREE MONTH OUTLOOK FROM MARCH TO MAY IS CALLING FOR BELOW NORMAL
PRECIPITATION FOR WESTERN HALF OF WASHINGTON...WITH EQUAL CHANCES OF
ABOVE...BELOW...OR NEAR NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR THE EASTERN HALF.

THE TABLE BELOW GIVES PRECIPITATION FIGURES AS A PERCENT OF NORMAL
FOR REGIONS OF WASHINGTON.  THE CURRENT WATER YEAR BEGAN 1 OCTOBER
2014 AND ENDS 30 SEPTEMBER 2015.

                      FEBRUARY     WATER YEAR     PAST 3       PAST 12
                         2015       TO DATE       MONTHS        MONTHS
WESTERN WASHINGTON
  COAST                    82          104           96           110
  OLYMPICS                 95          104           96           107
  NORTHWEST INTERIOR      111          119          119           126
  PUGET SOUND LOWLANDS    128          102           93           118
  SOUTHWEST INTERIOR       92           92           85           104
  WEST FOOTHILLS CASCA    104          103           93           118
  CASCADES WEST            99          105           94           117

EASTERN WASHINGTON
  EAST SLOPES CASCADES     83          103           91           107
  OKANOGAN                 95          111           91           107
  CENTRAL BASIN           106           99           98            96
  NORTHEAST                97           89           83            99
  PALOUSE AND BLUE MTN     83          103           99           101



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.

                   FEBRUARY           WATER YEAR       PAST 12 MONTHS
                INCHES    PCT       INCHES    PCT       INCHES    PCT

QUILLAYUTE        8.30     80        64.58    101       102.41    114
HOQUIAM           4.87     68        47.29    105        79.86    130
BELLINGHAM        2.50     86        25.73    122        44.08    135
SEATTLE           5.27    151        25.31    103        47.62    143
OLYMPIA           5.28    100        30.99     92        53.43    124
LONGVIEW          3.80     78        24.96     83        45.88    110

CONCRETE          6.28     96        47.98    106        83.60    130
SNOQUALMIE FALL   7.03    130        38.48    100        71.73    130
RANDLE*           6.34    104        37.60    103        66.92    132
DIABLO DAM        7.98    109        58.36    109        94.51    136
STAMPEDE PASS     5.80     76        50.00     94        86.65    129
PARADISE         13.60    107        85.17    108       140.51    133

WINTHROP          1.14     86        10.50    117        16.29    133
STEHEKIN          3.45     90        30.23    110        42.42    146
LEAVENWORTH       1.56     59        19.82    109        25.86    128
MOUNT ADAMS       6.20    121        31.24     95        51.56    137
WENATCHEE         0.90     90         4.71     82         7.63     92
YAKIMA            0.99    127         3.79     75         6.48     96

COULEE DAM        0.96    100         6.60    121        15.14    146
LIND              0.93    113         5.53    102         9.52    107
REPUBLIC          1.14     98         8.00    105        18.74    120
SPOKANE           1.04     78         7.68     86        15.12    102
PULLMAN           2.14     75        10.60     90        18.04    101
DAYTON            1.46     85        10.57    102        18.52    107

* = ESTIMATED

$$
GRUB











000
NOUS46 KSEW 231630
PNSSEW

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
930 AM PST MON MAR 23 2015

...THUNDERSTORM SEASON HAS ARRIVED...

THE THREAT OF THUNDERSTORMS MAY BE BACK IN THE FORECAST FROM TIME TO
TIME THIS SPRING. THAT IS BECAUSE THUNDERSTORM SEASON HAS ARRIVED.

SPRING STARTED LATE LAST WEEK. THE COMBINATION OF LONGER AND WARMER
DAYS AND COOLER AIR ALOFT STILL FLOWING ONSHORE FROM THE NORTHEAST
PACIFIC OCEAN MEANS A MORE FREQUENT UNSTABLE AIR MASS AND THE PEAK
OF OUR THUNDERSTORM SEASON.

COMPARED WITH OTHER AREAS EAST OF THE ROCKIES...WESTERN WASHINGTON
DOES NOT GET MANY THUNDERSTORMS. FOR INSTANCE...SOME PARTS OF
FLORIDA GET OVER 100 THUNDERSTORMS PER YEAR WHILE THIS REGION
AVERAGES CLOSE TO TEN.

OUR ACTIVE CONVECTION SEASON USUALLY OCCURS DURING OUR TRANSITIONAL
SEASONS INTO AND OUT OF WINTER - BOTH SPRING AND FALL. APRIL IS
USUALLY THE PEAK MONTH FOR CONVECTION. IN OUR HISTORY...THE BULK OF
OUR TORNADOES HAVE OCCURRED IN APRIL AND MAY...INCLUDING THE ONLY
THREE F3 TORNADOES EVER REPORTED IN THE STATE. AN F0 TORNADO BRIEFLY
TOUCHED DOWN IN EATONVILLE LAST APRIL.

THUNDERSTORMS CAN PRODUCE STRONG DAMAGING WINDS...FLASH OR URBAN
FLOODING FROM HEAVY RAINFALL...LARGE HAIL...LIGHTNING AND EVEN
TORNADOES. LIGHTNING IS DANGEROUS AND IS THE SECOND MAJOR CAUSE FOR
THUNDERSTORM FATALITIES AND INJURIES IN THE COUNTRY. THE LAST
WASHINGTON LIGHTNING RELATED FATALITY WAS IN 1996. THERE WERE NO
LIGHTNING FATALITIES OR INJURIES LAST YEAR...YET 2013 HAD TWO
LIGHTNING INJURIES.

LIGHTNING TENDS TO STRIKE TALL OR METAL OBJECTS. STAY AWAY FROM
TREES...POWER POLES AND OTHER TALL STRUCTURES. REMEMBER - IF YOU CAN
HEAR THUNDER...YOU ARE CLOSE ENOUGH TO BE STRUCK BY LIGHTNING. WHEN
THUNDER ROARS...GO INDOORS!

SO WHEN YOU HEAR THE THREAT OF THUNDERSTORMS IN THE WEATHER
FORECAST...PLAN AHEAD TO BE INDOORS WHEN A THUNDERSTORM APPROACHES.
YOU CAN WATCH AREA DOPPLER WEATHER RADARS ON THE WEB AT
WWW.WEATHER.GOV/SEATTLE/ OR AT MOBILE.WEATHER.GOV ON YOUR SMART
PHONE. DARE TO BE WEATHER AWARE AND HELP SAVE YOUR LIFE AND OTHERS.

BUEHNER








000
NOUS46 KSEW 231630
PNSSEW

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
930 AM PST MON MAR 23 2015

...THUNDERSTORM SEASON HAS ARRIVED...

THE THREAT OF THUNDERSTORMS MAY BE BACK IN THE FORECAST FROM TIME TO
TIME THIS SPRING. THAT IS BECAUSE THUNDERSTORM SEASON HAS ARRIVED.

SPRING STARTED LATE LAST WEEK. THE COMBINATION OF LONGER AND WARMER
DAYS AND COOLER AIR ALOFT STILL FLOWING ONSHORE FROM THE NORTHEAST
PACIFIC OCEAN MEANS A MORE FREQUENT UNSTABLE AIR MASS AND THE PEAK
OF OUR THUNDERSTORM SEASON.

COMPARED WITH OTHER AREAS EAST OF THE ROCKIES...WESTERN WASHINGTON
DOES NOT GET MANY THUNDERSTORMS. FOR INSTANCE...SOME PARTS OF
FLORIDA GET OVER 100 THUNDERSTORMS PER YEAR WHILE THIS REGION
AVERAGES CLOSE TO TEN.

OUR ACTIVE CONVECTION SEASON USUALLY OCCURS DURING OUR TRANSITIONAL
SEASONS INTO AND OUT OF WINTER - BOTH SPRING AND FALL. APRIL IS
USUALLY THE PEAK MONTH FOR CONVECTION. IN OUR HISTORY...THE BULK OF
OUR TORNADOES HAVE OCCURRED IN APRIL AND MAY...INCLUDING THE ONLY
THREE F3 TORNADOES EVER REPORTED IN THE STATE. AN F0 TORNADO BRIEFLY
TOUCHED DOWN IN EATONVILLE LAST APRIL.

THUNDERSTORMS CAN PRODUCE STRONG DAMAGING WINDS...FLASH OR URBAN
FLOODING FROM HEAVY RAINFALL...LARGE HAIL...LIGHTNING AND EVEN
TORNADOES. LIGHTNING IS DANGEROUS AND IS THE SECOND MAJOR CAUSE FOR
THUNDERSTORM FATALITIES AND INJURIES IN THE COUNTRY. THE LAST
WASHINGTON LIGHTNING RELATED FATALITY WAS IN 1996. THERE WERE NO
LIGHTNING FATALITIES OR INJURIES LAST YEAR...YET 2013 HAD TWO
LIGHTNING INJURIES.

LIGHTNING TENDS TO STRIKE TALL OR METAL OBJECTS. STAY AWAY FROM
TREES...POWER POLES AND OTHER TALL STRUCTURES. REMEMBER - IF YOU CAN
HEAR THUNDER...YOU ARE CLOSE ENOUGH TO BE STRUCK BY LIGHTNING. WHEN
THUNDER ROARS...GO INDOORS!

SO WHEN YOU HEAR THE THREAT OF THUNDERSTORMS IN THE WEATHER
FORECAST...PLAN AHEAD TO BE INDOORS WHEN A THUNDERSTORM APPROACHES.
YOU CAN WATCH AREA DOPPLER WEATHER RADARS ON THE WEB AT
WWW.WEATHER.GOV/SEATTLE/ OR AT MOBILE.WEATHER.GOV ON YOUR SMART
PHONE. DARE TO BE WEATHER AWARE AND HELP SAVE YOUR LIFE AND OTHERS.

BUEHNER







000
NOUS46 KSEW 231630
PNSSEW

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
930 AM PST MON MAR 23 2015

...THUNDERSTORM SEASON HAS ARRIVED...

THE THREAT OF THUNDERSTORMS MAY BE BACK IN THE FORECAST FROM TIME TO
TIME THIS SPRING. THAT IS BECAUSE THUNDERSTORM SEASON HAS ARRIVED.

SPRING STARTED LATE LAST WEEK. THE COMBINATION OF LONGER AND WARMER
DAYS AND COOLER AIR ALOFT STILL FLOWING ONSHORE FROM THE NORTHEAST
PACIFIC OCEAN MEANS A MORE FREQUENT UNSTABLE AIR MASS AND THE PEAK
OF OUR THUNDERSTORM SEASON.

COMPARED WITH OTHER AREAS EAST OF THE ROCKIES...WESTERN WASHINGTON
DOES NOT GET MANY THUNDERSTORMS. FOR INSTANCE...SOME PARTS OF
FLORIDA GET OVER 100 THUNDERSTORMS PER YEAR WHILE THIS REGION
AVERAGES CLOSE TO TEN.

OUR ACTIVE CONVECTION SEASON USUALLY OCCURS DURING OUR TRANSITIONAL
SEASONS INTO AND OUT OF WINTER - BOTH SPRING AND FALL. APRIL IS
USUALLY THE PEAK MONTH FOR CONVECTION. IN OUR HISTORY...THE BULK OF
OUR TORNADOES HAVE OCCURRED IN APRIL AND MAY...INCLUDING THE ONLY
THREE F3 TORNADOES EVER REPORTED IN THE STATE. AN F0 TORNADO BRIEFLY
TOUCHED DOWN IN EATONVILLE LAST APRIL.

THUNDERSTORMS CAN PRODUCE STRONG DAMAGING WINDS...FLASH OR URBAN
FLOODING FROM HEAVY RAINFALL...LARGE HAIL...LIGHTNING AND EVEN
TORNADOES. LIGHTNING IS DANGEROUS AND IS THE SECOND MAJOR CAUSE FOR
THUNDERSTORM FATALITIES AND INJURIES IN THE COUNTRY. THE LAST
WASHINGTON LIGHTNING RELATED FATALITY WAS IN 1996. THERE WERE NO
LIGHTNING FATALITIES OR INJURIES LAST YEAR...YET 2013 HAD TWO
LIGHTNING INJURIES.

LIGHTNING TENDS TO STRIKE TALL OR METAL OBJECTS. STAY AWAY FROM
TREES...POWER POLES AND OTHER TALL STRUCTURES. REMEMBER - IF YOU CAN
HEAR THUNDER...YOU ARE CLOSE ENOUGH TO BE STRUCK BY LIGHTNING. WHEN
THUNDER ROARS...GO INDOORS!

SO WHEN YOU HEAR THE THREAT OF THUNDERSTORMS IN THE WEATHER
FORECAST...PLAN AHEAD TO BE INDOORS WHEN A THUNDERSTORM APPROACHES.
YOU CAN WATCH AREA DOPPLER WEATHER RADARS ON THE WEB AT
WWW.WEATHER.GOV/SEATTLE/ OR AT MOBILE.WEATHER.GOV ON YOUR SMART
PHONE. DARE TO BE WEATHER AWARE AND HELP SAVE YOUR LIFE AND OTHERS.

BUEHNER







000
NOUS45 KSLC 231544
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
944 AM MDT MON MAR 23 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     9 AM MON               0.18
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          9 AM MON               0.01
LOGAN - 4806 FT                          9 AM MON               0.01
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                  9 AM MON               0.01

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BOUNTIFUL - 4760 FT                      9 AM MON               0.17
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4590 FT                  9 AM MON               0.14
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                      9 AM MON               0.11
FARMINGTON - 4226 FT                     9 AM MON               0.10
LAYTON - 4770 FT                         9 AM MON               0.10
BRIGHAM CITY - 4400 FT                   9 AM MON               0.08
SOUTH OGDEN - 4777 FT                    9 AM MON               0.06
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     9 AM MON               0.06
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                    9 AM MON               0.06
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                   9 AM MON               0.06
CLEARFIELD UDOT - 4685 FT                9 AM MON               0.05
LAYTON - 4468 FT                         9 AM MON               0.05
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            9 AM MON               0.04
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                 9 AM MON               0.04
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    9 AM MON               0.04
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       9 AM MON               0.03
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                9 AM MON               0.03
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                       9 AM MON               0.03
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    9 AM MON               0.03
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                9 AM MON               0.03
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                      9 AM MON               0.03
CENTERVILLE - 4216 FT                    9 AM MON               0.03
ROY - 4457 FT                            9 AM MON               0.02
ROY - 4373 FT                            9 AM MON               0.02
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                       9 AM MON               0.02
OGDEN - 4285 FT                          9 AM MON               0.02
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4802 FT                  7 AM MON               0.02
WEST POINT - 4350 FT                     9 AM MON               0.01
CLINTON - 4337 FT                        9 AM MON               0.01
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT               9 AM MON               0.01

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
SALT LAKE CITY - 5102 FT                 9 AM MON               0.04
NORTH HOLLADAY - 4600 FT                 9 AM MON               0.02
SALT LAKE CITY - 4753 FT                 9 AM MON               0.02
HOLLADAY - 4344 FT                       9 AM MON               0.02
HOLLADAY - 4516 FT                       9 AM MON               0.02
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                 9 AM MON               0.02
SANDY - 4714 FT                          8 AM MON               0.02
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                   9 AM MON               0.01
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            9 AM MON               0.01
SALT LAKE CITY - 5305 FT                 9 AM MON               0.01
SANDY - 5161 FT                          9 AM MON               0.01

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
LEHI - 4593 FT                           9 AM MON               0.01

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
ROCKY BASIN-SETTLEME - 8900 FT           8 AM MON               0.20
GEORGE CREEK - 8994 FT                   8 AM MON               0.10
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        8 AM MON               0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
SWANSONS ENV CENTER - 5700 FT            9 AM MON               0.25
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        9 AM MON               0.25
COALVILLE - 5673 FT                      9 AM MON               0.07
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT        9 AM MON               0.06
MORGAN - 5059 FT                         9 AM MON               0.06
MORGAN UDOT - 5105 FT                    9 AM MON               0.04
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                     9 AM MON               0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
MONTE CRISTO - 8960 FT                   8 AM MON               0.30
HORSE RIDGE - 8160 FT                    8 AM MON               0.20
MANTUA - 5899 FT                         9 AM MON               0.18
LOST CREEK NR CROYDEN - 5840 FT          8 AM MON               0.14
EMIGRATION CANYON - 6024 FT              9 AM MON               0.06

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
BRIGHTON CREST - 9500 FT                 7 AM MON      1.0      0.09
THE CANYONS - 8800 FT                    7 AM MON      1.0      0.05
DEER VALLEY - ONTARIO - 9100 FT          9 AM MON               0.24
ALTA - COLLINS - 9662 FT                 9 AM MON               0.23
THAYNES CANYON - 9200 FT                 8 AM MON               0.10
ALTA - BASE - 8560 FT                    9 AM MON               0.06
SUNDANCE - 7503 FT                       9 AM MON               0.02

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
WEBER RIVER NR OAKLEY 7NNE - 6653 FT     9 AM MON               0.14
HAYDEN FORK - 9100 FT                    8 AM MON               0.10
OAKLEY - 7800 FT                         9 AM MON               0.01
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      9 AM MON               0.01
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 9 AM MON               0.01

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
DANIELS-STRAWBERRY - 8000 FT             6 AM MON               0.10

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         9 AM MON               0.19
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    8 AM MON               0.02


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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     8 AM MON     44 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         8 AM MON     59 MPH
SALT AIR - 4209 FT                       9 AM MON     55 MPH
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                10 PM SUN     48 MPH
TOOELE CITY - 5135 FT                    7 AM MON     40 MPH

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
PIONEER CROSSING - 4650 FT              11 PM SUN     46 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              8 AM MON     57 MPH
PROMONTORY POINT - 6926 FT               8 AM MON     55 MPH
UTTR THERMAL TREATMENT UNIT - 4915 FT    7 AM MON     55 MPH
HOGUP - 4229 FT                          6 AM MON     53 MPH
GROOME - 4223 FT                         5 AM MON     51 MPH
BADGER ISLAND - 4199 FT                  9 AM MON     50 MPH
HAT ISLAND - 4242 FT                     8 AM MON     49 MPH
DIDDLE KNOLL - 4265 FT                   7 AM MON     48 MPH
I-80 AT MP 1 - 4270 FT                   6 AM MON     47 MPH
UTTR OASIS COMPOUND - 4437 FT            7 AM MON     46 MPH
WENDOVER PORT OF ENTRY - 4227 FT         5 AM MON     46 MPH
SR-30 AT CURLEW - 4766 FT                9 AM MON     42 MPH
JOHNSONS PASS - 6520 FT                  7 AM MON     41 MPH
UPPER CEDAR MTN - 7052 FT                7 AM MON     41 MPH
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 6 AM MON     41 MPH
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                   2 AM MON     41 MPH
V-GRID - 4226 FT                         2 AM MON     41 MPH
EAGLE RANGE - 4239 FT                    7 AM MON     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OGDEN PEAK - 9570 FT                     9 AM MON     55 MPH
POWDER MOUNTAIN - 8897 FT                9 AM MON     40 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
LOFTY LAKE PEAK - 11186 FT               9 AM MON     49 MPH

$$

ROGOWSKI


000
NOUS45 KSLC 231544
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
944 AM MDT MON MAR 23 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     9 AM MON               0.18
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          9 AM MON               0.01
LOGAN - 4806 FT                          9 AM MON               0.01
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                  9 AM MON               0.01

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BOUNTIFUL - 4760 FT                      9 AM MON               0.17
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4590 FT                  9 AM MON               0.14
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                      9 AM MON               0.11
FARMINGTON - 4226 FT                     9 AM MON               0.10
LAYTON - 4770 FT                         9 AM MON               0.10
BRIGHAM CITY - 4400 FT                   9 AM MON               0.08
SOUTH OGDEN - 4777 FT                    9 AM MON               0.06
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     9 AM MON               0.06
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                    9 AM MON               0.06
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                   9 AM MON               0.06
CLEARFIELD UDOT - 4685 FT                9 AM MON               0.05
LAYTON - 4468 FT                         9 AM MON               0.05
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            9 AM MON               0.04
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                 9 AM MON               0.04
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    9 AM MON               0.04
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       9 AM MON               0.03
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                9 AM MON               0.03
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                       9 AM MON               0.03
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    9 AM MON               0.03
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                9 AM MON               0.03
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                      9 AM MON               0.03
CENTERVILLE - 4216 FT                    9 AM MON               0.03
ROY - 4457 FT                            9 AM MON               0.02
ROY - 4373 FT                            9 AM MON               0.02
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                       9 AM MON               0.02
OGDEN - 4285 FT                          9 AM MON               0.02
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4802 FT                  7 AM MON               0.02
WEST POINT - 4350 FT                     9 AM MON               0.01
CLINTON - 4337 FT                        9 AM MON               0.01
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT               9 AM MON               0.01

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
SALT LAKE CITY - 5102 FT                 9 AM MON               0.04
NORTH HOLLADAY - 4600 FT                 9 AM MON               0.02
SALT LAKE CITY - 4753 FT                 9 AM MON               0.02
HOLLADAY - 4344 FT                       9 AM MON               0.02
HOLLADAY - 4516 FT                       9 AM MON               0.02
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                 9 AM MON               0.02
SANDY - 4714 FT                          8 AM MON               0.02
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                   9 AM MON               0.01
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            9 AM MON               0.01
SALT LAKE CITY - 5305 FT                 9 AM MON               0.01
SANDY - 5161 FT                          9 AM MON               0.01

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
LEHI - 4593 FT                           9 AM MON               0.01

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
ROCKY BASIN-SETTLEME - 8900 FT           8 AM MON               0.20
GEORGE CREEK - 8994 FT                   8 AM MON               0.10
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        8 AM MON               0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
SWANSONS ENV CENTER - 5700 FT            9 AM MON               0.25
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        9 AM MON               0.25
COALVILLE - 5673 FT                      9 AM MON               0.07
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT        9 AM MON               0.06
MORGAN - 5059 FT                         9 AM MON               0.06
MORGAN UDOT - 5105 FT                    9 AM MON               0.04
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                     9 AM MON               0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
MONTE CRISTO - 8960 FT                   8 AM MON               0.30
HORSE RIDGE - 8160 FT                    8 AM MON               0.20
MANTUA - 5899 FT                         9 AM MON               0.18
LOST CREEK NR CROYDEN - 5840 FT          8 AM MON               0.14
EMIGRATION CANYON - 6024 FT              9 AM MON               0.06

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
BRIGHTON CREST - 9500 FT                 7 AM MON      1.0      0.09
THE CANYONS - 8800 FT                    7 AM MON      1.0      0.05
DEER VALLEY - ONTARIO - 9100 FT          9 AM MON               0.24
ALTA - COLLINS - 9662 FT                 9 AM MON               0.23
THAYNES CANYON - 9200 FT                 8 AM MON               0.10
ALTA - BASE - 8560 FT                    9 AM MON               0.06
SUNDANCE - 7503 FT                       9 AM MON               0.02

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
WEBER RIVER NR OAKLEY 7NNE - 6653 FT     9 AM MON               0.14
HAYDEN FORK - 9100 FT                    8 AM MON               0.10
OAKLEY - 7800 FT                         9 AM MON               0.01
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      9 AM MON               0.01
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 9 AM MON               0.01

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
DANIELS-STRAWBERRY - 8000 FT             6 AM MON               0.10

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         9 AM MON               0.19
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    8 AM MON               0.02


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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     8 AM MON     44 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         8 AM MON     59 MPH
SALT AIR - 4209 FT                       9 AM MON     55 MPH
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                10 PM SUN     48 MPH
TOOELE CITY - 5135 FT                    7 AM MON     40 MPH

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
PIONEER CROSSING - 4650 FT              11 PM SUN     46 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              8 AM MON     57 MPH
PROMONTORY POINT - 6926 FT               8 AM MON     55 MPH
UTTR THERMAL TREATMENT UNIT - 4915 FT    7 AM MON     55 MPH
HOGUP - 4229 FT                          6 AM MON     53 MPH
GROOME - 4223 FT                         5 AM MON     51 MPH
BADGER ISLAND - 4199 FT                  9 AM MON     50 MPH
HAT ISLAND - 4242 FT                     8 AM MON     49 MPH
DIDDLE KNOLL - 4265 FT                   7 AM MON     48 MPH
I-80 AT MP 1 - 4270 FT                   6 AM MON     47 MPH
UTTR OASIS COMPOUND - 4437 FT            7 AM MON     46 MPH
WENDOVER PORT OF ENTRY - 4227 FT         5 AM MON     46 MPH
SR-30 AT CURLEW - 4766 FT                9 AM MON     42 MPH
JOHNSONS PASS - 6520 FT                  7 AM MON     41 MPH
UPPER CEDAR MTN - 7052 FT                7 AM MON     41 MPH
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 6 AM MON     41 MPH
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                   2 AM MON     41 MPH
V-GRID - 4226 FT                         2 AM MON     41 MPH
EAGLE RANGE - 4239 FT                    7 AM MON     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OGDEN PEAK - 9570 FT                     9 AM MON     55 MPH
POWDER MOUNTAIN - 8897 FT                9 AM MON     40 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
LOFTY LAKE PEAK - 11186 FT               9 AM MON     49 MPH

$$

ROGOWSKI


000
NOUS45 KSLC 231544
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
944 AM MDT MON MAR 23 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     9 AM MON               0.18
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          9 AM MON               0.01
LOGAN - 4806 FT                          9 AM MON               0.01
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                  9 AM MON               0.01

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BOUNTIFUL - 4760 FT                      9 AM MON               0.17
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4590 FT                  9 AM MON               0.14
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                      9 AM MON               0.11
FARMINGTON - 4226 FT                     9 AM MON               0.10
LAYTON - 4770 FT                         9 AM MON               0.10
BRIGHAM CITY - 4400 FT                   9 AM MON               0.08
SOUTH OGDEN - 4777 FT                    9 AM MON               0.06
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     9 AM MON               0.06
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                    9 AM MON               0.06
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                   9 AM MON               0.06
CLEARFIELD UDOT - 4685 FT                9 AM MON               0.05
LAYTON - 4468 FT                         9 AM MON               0.05
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            9 AM MON               0.04
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                 9 AM MON               0.04
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    9 AM MON               0.04
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       9 AM MON               0.03
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                9 AM MON               0.03
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                       9 AM MON               0.03
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    9 AM MON               0.03
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                9 AM MON               0.03
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                      9 AM MON               0.03
CENTERVILLE - 4216 FT                    9 AM MON               0.03
ROY - 4457 FT                            9 AM MON               0.02
ROY - 4373 FT                            9 AM MON               0.02
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                       9 AM MON               0.02
OGDEN - 4285 FT                          9 AM MON               0.02
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4802 FT                  7 AM MON               0.02
WEST POINT - 4350 FT                     9 AM MON               0.01
CLINTON - 4337 FT                        9 AM MON               0.01
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT               9 AM MON               0.01

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
SALT LAKE CITY - 5102 FT                 9 AM MON               0.04
NORTH HOLLADAY - 4600 FT                 9 AM MON               0.02
SALT LAKE CITY - 4753 FT                 9 AM MON               0.02
HOLLADAY - 4344 FT                       9 AM MON               0.02
HOLLADAY - 4516 FT                       9 AM MON               0.02
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                 9 AM MON               0.02
SANDY - 4714 FT                          8 AM MON               0.02
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                   9 AM MON               0.01
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            9 AM MON               0.01
SALT LAKE CITY - 5305 FT                 9 AM MON               0.01
SANDY - 5161 FT                          9 AM MON               0.01

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
LEHI - 4593 FT                           9 AM MON               0.01

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
ROCKY BASIN-SETTLEME - 8900 FT           8 AM MON               0.20
GEORGE CREEK - 8994 FT                   8 AM MON               0.10
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        8 AM MON               0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
SWANSONS ENV CENTER - 5700 FT            9 AM MON               0.25
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        9 AM MON               0.25
COALVILLE - 5673 FT                      9 AM MON               0.07
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT        9 AM MON               0.06
MORGAN - 5059 FT                         9 AM MON               0.06
MORGAN UDOT - 5105 FT                    9 AM MON               0.04
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                     9 AM MON               0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
MONTE CRISTO - 8960 FT                   8 AM MON               0.30
HORSE RIDGE - 8160 FT                    8 AM MON               0.20
MANTUA - 5899 FT                         9 AM MON               0.18
LOST CREEK NR CROYDEN - 5840 FT          8 AM MON               0.14
EMIGRATION CANYON - 6024 FT              9 AM MON               0.06

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
BRIGHTON CREST - 9500 FT                 7 AM MON      1.0      0.09
THE CANYONS - 8800 FT                    7 AM MON      1.0      0.05
DEER VALLEY - ONTARIO - 9100 FT          9 AM MON               0.24
ALTA - COLLINS - 9662 FT                 9 AM MON               0.23
THAYNES CANYON - 9200 FT                 8 AM MON               0.10
ALTA - BASE - 8560 FT                    9 AM MON               0.06
SUNDANCE - 7503 FT                       9 AM MON               0.02

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
WEBER RIVER NR OAKLEY 7NNE - 6653 FT     9 AM MON               0.14
HAYDEN FORK - 9100 FT                    8 AM MON               0.10
OAKLEY - 7800 FT                         9 AM MON               0.01
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      9 AM MON               0.01
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 9 AM MON               0.01

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
DANIELS-STRAWBERRY - 8000 FT             6 AM MON               0.10

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         9 AM MON               0.19
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    8 AM MON               0.02


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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     8 AM MON     44 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         8 AM MON     59 MPH
SALT AIR - 4209 FT                       9 AM MON     55 MPH
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                10 PM SUN     48 MPH
TOOELE CITY - 5135 FT                    7 AM MON     40 MPH

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
PIONEER CROSSING - 4650 FT              11 PM SUN     46 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              8 AM MON     57 MPH
PROMONTORY POINT - 6926 FT               8 AM MON     55 MPH
UTTR THERMAL TREATMENT UNIT - 4915 FT    7 AM MON     55 MPH
HOGUP - 4229 FT                          6 AM MON     53 MPH
GROOME - 4223 FT                         5 AM MON     51 MPH
BADGER ISLAND - 4199 FT                  9 AM MON     50 MPH
HAT ISLAND - 4242 FT                     8 AM MON     49 MPH
DIDDLE KNOLL - 4265 FT                   7 AM MON     48 MPH
I-80 AT MP 1 - 4270 FT                   6 AM MON     47 MPH
UTTR OASIS COMPOUND - 4437 FT            7 AM MON     46 MPH
WENDOVER PORT OF ENTRY - 4227 FT         5 AM MON     46 MPH
SR-30 AT CURLEW - 4766 FT                9 AM MON     42 MPH
JOHNSONS PASS - 6520 FT                  7 AM MON     41 MPH
UPPER CEDAR MTN - 7052 FT                7 AM MON     41 MPH
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 6 AM MON     41 MPH
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                   2 AM MON     41 MPH
V-GRID - 4226 FT                         2 AM MON     41 MPH
EAGLE RANGE - 4239 FT                    7 AM MON     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OGDEN PEAK - 9570 FT                     9 AM MON     55 MPH
POWDER MOUNTAIN - 8897 FT                9 AM MON     40 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
LOFTY LAKE PEAK - 11186 FT               9 AM MON     49 MPH

$$

ROGOWSKI


000
NOUS45 KSLC 231544
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
944 AM MDT MON MAR 23 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     9 AM MON               0.18
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          9 AM MON               0.01
LOGAN - 4806 FT                          9 AM MON               0.01
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                  9 AM MON               0.01

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BOUNTIFUL - 4760 FT                      9 AM MON               0.17
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4590 FT                  9 AM MON               0.14
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                      9 AM MON               0.11
FARMINGTON - 4226 FT                     9 AM MON               0.10
LAYTON - 4770 FT                         9 AM MON               0.10
BRIGHAM CITY - 4400 FT                   9 AM MON               0.08
SOUTH OGDEN - 4777 FT                    9 AM MON               0.06
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     9 AM MON               0.06
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                    9 AM MON               0.06
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                   9 AM MON               0.06
CLEARFIELD UDOT - 4685 FT                9 AM MON               0.05
LAYTON - 4468 FT                         9 AM MON               0.05
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            9 AM MON               0.04
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                 9 AM MON               0.04
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    9 AM MON               0.04
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       9 AM MON               0.03
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                9 AM MON               0.03
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                       9 AM MON               0.03
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    9 AM MON               0.03
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                9 AM MON               0.03
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                      9 AM MON               0.03
CENTERVILLE - 4216 FT                    9 AM MON               0.03
ROY - 4457 FT                            9 AM MON               0.02
ROY - 4373 FT                            9 AM MON               0.02
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                       9 AM MON               0.02
OGDEN - 4285 FT                          9 AM MON               0.02
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4802 FT                  7 AM MON               0.02
WEST POINT - 4350 FT                     9 AM MON               0.01
CLINTON - 4337 FT                        9 AM MON               0.01
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT               9 AM MON               0.01

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
SALT LAKE CITY - 5102 FT                 9 AM MON               0.04
NORTH HOLLADAY - 4600 FT                 9 AM MON               0.02
SALT LAKE CITY - 4753 FT                 9 AM MON               0.02
HOLLADAY - 4344 FT                       9 AM MON               0.02
HOLLADAY - 4516 FT                       9 AM MON               0.02
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                 9 AM MON               0.02
SANDY - 4714 FT                          8 AM MON               0.02
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                   9 AM MON               0.01
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            9 AM MON               0.01
SALT LAKE CITY - 5305 FT                 9 AM MON               0.01
SANDY - 5161 FT                          9 AM MON               0.01

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
LEHI - 4593 FT                           9 AM MON               0.01

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
ROCKY BASIN-SETTLEME - 8900 FT           8 AM MON               0.20
GEORGE CREEK - 8994 FT                   8 AM MON               0.10
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        8 AM MON               0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
SWANSONS ENV CENTER - 5700 FT            9 AM MON               0.25
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        9 AM MON               0.25
COALVILLE - 5673 FT                      9 AM MON               0.07
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT        9 AM MON               0.06
MORGAN - 5059 FT                         9 AM MON               0.06
MORGAN UDOT - 5105 FT                    9 AM MON               0.04
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                     9 AM MON               0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
MONTE CRISTO - 8960 FT                   8 AM MON               0.30
HORSE RIDGE - 8160 FT                    8 AM MON               0.20
MANTUA - 5899 FT                         9 AM MON               0.18
LOST CREEK NR CROYDEN - 5840 FT          8 AM MON               0.14
EMIGRATION CANYON - 6024 FT              9 AM MON               0.06

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
BRIGHTON CREST - 9500 FT                 7 AM MON      1.0      0.09
THE CANYONS - 8800 FT                    7 AM MON      1.0      0.05
DEER VALLEY - ONTARIO - 9100 FT          9 AM MON               0.24
ALTA - COLLINS - 9662 FT                 9 AM MON               0.23
THAYNES CANYON - 9200 FT                 8 AM MON               0.10
ALTA - BASE - 8560 FT                    9 AM MON               0.06
SUNDANCE - 7503 FT                       9 AM MON               0.02

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
WEBER RIVER NR OAKLEY 7NNE - 6653 FT     9 AM MON               0.14
HAYDEN FORK - 9100 FT                    8 AM MON               0.10
OAKLEY - 7800 FT                         9 AM MON               0.01
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      9 AM MON               0.01
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 9 AM MON               0.01

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
DANIELS-STRAWBERRY - 8000 FT             6 AM MON               0.10

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         9 AM MON               0.19
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    8 AM MON               0.02


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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     8 AM MON     44 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         8 AM MON     59 MPH
SALT AIR - 4209 FT                       9 AM MON     55 MPH
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                10 PM SUN     48 MPH
TOOELE CITY - 5135 FT                    7 AM MON     40 MPH

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
PIONEER CROSSING - 4650 FT              11 PM SUN     46 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              8 AM MON     57 MPH
PROMONTORY POINT - 6926 FT               8 AM MON     55 MPH
UTTR THERMAL TREATMENT UNIT - 4915 FT    7 AM MON     55 MPH
HOGUP - 4229 FT                          6 AM MON     53 MPH
GROOME - 4223 FT                         5 AM MON     51 MPH
BADGER ISLAND - 4199 FT                  9 AM MON     50 MPH
HAT ISLAND - 4242 FT                     8 AM MON     49 MPH
DIDDLE KNOLL - 4265 FT                   7 AM MON     48 MPH
I-80 AT MP 1 - 4270 FT                   6 AM MON     47 MPH
UTTR OASIS COMPOUND - 4437 FT            7 AM MON     46 MPH
WENDOVER PORT OF ENTRY - 4227 FT         5 AM MON     46 MPH
SR-30 AT CURLEW - 4766 FT                9 AM MON     42 MPH
JOHNSONS PASS - 6520 FT                  7 AM MON     41 MPH
UPPER CEDAR MTN - 7052 FT                7 AM MON     41 MPH
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 6 AM MON     41 MPH
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                   2 AM MON     41 MPH
V-GRID - 4226 FT                         2 AM MON     41 MPH
EAGLE RANGE - 4239 FT                    7 AM MON     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OGDEN PEAK - 9570 FT                     9 AM MON     55 MPH
POWDER MOUNTAIN - 8897 FT                9 AM MON     40 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
LOFTY LAKE PEAK - 11186 FT               9 AM MON     49 MPH

$$

ROGOWSKI


000
NOUS43 KMPX 231450
PNSMPX
MNZ041>045-047>070-073>078-082>085-091>093-WIZ014>016-023>028-
040200-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
945 AM CDT MON MAR 23 2015

...SNOWFALL REPORTS FOR THE MARCH 22-23 STORM...

THESE ARE PRELIMINARY REPORTS AND NOT NECESSARILY THE FINAL AMOUNT
FOR EACH LOCATION. THANK YOU TO ALL OF OUR OBSERVERS WHO MADE THIS
REPORT POSSIBLE.



SNOW REPORTS LISTED BY AMOUNT

 INCHES  LOCATION                 ST  COUNTY           TIME
 ------  -----------------------  --  --------------   -------
 12.30   1 N ZUMBROTA             MN  GOODHUE          0600 AM
  9.80   LAKEVILLE                MN  DAKOTA           0501 AM
  9.50   2 W PRIOR LAKE           MN  SCOTT            0630 AM
                 MELTED PRECIPITATION .73 INCHES.
  9.50   2 S PRIOR LAKE           MN  SCOTT            0542 AM
  9.00   PRIOR LAKE               MN  SCOTT            0741 AM
  9.00   NEW PRAGUE               MN  SCOTT            0727 AM
  8.90   ZUMBROTA                 MN  GOODHUE          1208 AM
  8.70   NORTHFIELD               MN  RICE             1234 AM
  8.70   CASTLE ROCK              MN  DAKOTA           1208 AM
  8.50   CARVER                   MN  CARVER           1058 PM
  8.50   2 W PRIOR LAKE           MN  SCOTT            1017 PM
  8.30   BELLE PLAINE             MN  SCOTT            1016 PM
  8.10   FARMINGTON               MN  DAKOTA           0741 AM
  8.00   FARMINGTON               MN  DAKOTA           0735 AM
                 MELTED PRECIPITATION OF 0.62 INCHES. OBSERVED
                 BY METEOROLOGIST AT FAA FACILITY.
  8.00   5 NE PRIOR LAKE          MN  SCOTT            1012 PM
  8.00   NEW PRAGUE               MN  SCOTT            1012 PM
  8.00   JORDAN                   MN  SCOTT            0850 PM
  7.80   DUNDAS                   MN  RICE             0501 AM
  7.80   NORWOOD/YOUNG AMERICA    MN  CARVER           1116 PM
  7.80   2 S SHAKOPEE             MN  SCOTT            0944 PM
  7.70   GREEN ISLE               MN  SIBLEY           1039 PM
  7.50   OWATONNA                 MN  STEELE           0728 AM
  7.50   CREDIT RIVER             MN  SCOTT            0430 AM
  7.50   COLOGNE                  MN  CARVER           1030 PM
  7.50   N LAKEVILLE              MN  DAKOTA           0920 PM
  7.50   CARVER                   MN  CARVER           0815 PM
                 RECEIVED IN LESS THAN 4 HOURS, AND STILL
                 SNOWING HEAVILY.
  7.40   SHAKOPEE                 MN  SCOTT            0827 AM
  7.20   2 SW BURNSVILLE          MN  DAKOTA           0317 AM
  7.00   RED WING                 MN  GOODHUE          0630 AM
  7.00   1 WNW BURNSVILLE         MN  DAKOTA           0317 AM
  7.00   APPLE VALLEY             MN  DAKOTA           0915 PM
  7.00   PRIOR LAKE               MN  SCOTT            0844 PM
  6.90   BURNSVILLE               MN  DAKOTA           1005 PM
  6.70   4 ENE LAKEVILLE          MN  DAKOTA           1054 PM
  6.20   1 SSW WACONIA            MN  CARVER           1026 PM
  6.00   3 NE STOCKHOLM           WI  PEPIN            0800 AM
  6.00   HOWARD LAKE              MN  WRIGHT           0200 AM
  5.80   1 ESE CHASKA             MN  CARVER           0800 AM
  5.80   KANDIYOHI                MN  KANDIYOHI        1038 PM
  5.80   BURNSVILLE               MN  DAKOTA           0845 PM
  5.50   OWATONNA                 MN  STEELE           0722 PM
  5.40   CHANHASSEN               MN  CARVER           0701 AM
  5.30   COSMOS                   MN  MEEKER           1050 PM
  5.00   HUTCHINSON               MN  MCLEOD           0157 AM
  5.00   RED WING                 MN  GOODHUE          0930 PM
  5.00   SHAKOPEE                 MN  SCOTT            0915 PM
  5.00   NEW AUBURN               MN  SIBLEY           0828 PM
  5.00   BURNSVILLE               MN  DAKOTA           0828 PM
  4.80   4 SSE MANKATO            MN  BLUE EARTH       0650 AM
  4.80   6 SW LITCHFIELD          MN  MEEKER           0820 PM
  4.60   4 SSE DOWNTOWN MINNEAPO  MN  HENNEPIN         0800 AM
  4.60   LONSDALE                 MN  RICE             0725 PM
  4.50   MAPLE PLAIN              MN  HENNEPIN         0828 AM
  4.50   BLOOMINGTON              MN  HENNEPIN         0800 AM
                 MEASURED BY RETIRED NWS METEOROLOGIST
  4.50   WINTHROP                 MN  SIBLEY           0847 PM
  4.00   2 SSE EDINA              MN  HENNEPIN         0600 AM
  4.00   3 SSE DOWNTOWN MINNEAPO  MN  HENNEPIN         1112 PM
  4.00   WILLMAR                  MN  KANDIYOHI        0934 PM
  4.00   FARIBAULT                MN  RICE             0755 PM
  4.00   CHASKA                   MN  CARVER           0702 PM
  3.90   WILLMAR                  MN  KANDIYOHI        0815 PM
  3.60   MSP INTL AIRPORT         MN  HENNEPIN         0700 AM
  3.50   ST CLAIR                 MN  BLUE EARTH       0640 AM
  3.50   1 ENE INVER GROVE HEIGH  MN  DAKOTA           0101 AM
  3.30   1 ENE INVER GROVE HEIGH  MN  DAKOTA           1213 AM
  3.30   2 SSE EDINA              MN  HENNEPIN         1039 PM
  3.00   MADELIA                  MN  WATONWAN         0630 AM
  3.00   BLOOMINGTON              MN  HENNEPIN         0603 AM
  3.00   2 SW PRINSBURG           MN  KANDIYOHI        0600 AM
  3.00   GOLDEN VALLEY            MN  HENNEPIN         0915 PM
  3.00   FARMINGTON               MN  DAKOTA           0753 PM
  3.00   SHAKOPEE                 MN  SCOTT            0730 PM
  3.00   WACONIA                  MN  CARVER           0725 PM
  2.80   SHAKOPEE                 MN  SCOTT            0725 PM
  2.50   MANKATO                  MN  BLUE EARTH       0609 AM
                 STORM TOTAL.
  2.50   MADELIA                  MN  WATONWAN         1107 PM
  2.50   ST PETER                 MN  NICOLLET         1100 PM
  2.50   MAPLE GROVE              MN  HENNEPIN         0930 PM
  2.50   SSE WILLMAR              MN  KANDIYOHI        0700 PM
  2.40   WATERTOWN                MN  CARVER           0420 AM
  2.30   1 NNW NORTH ST PAUL      MN  RAMSEY           0715 AM
  2.30   3 WSW DOWNTOWN ST PAUL   MN  RAMSEY           1054 PM
  2.00   COMFREY                  MN  BROWN            0800 AM
  2.00   SPRINGFIELD              MN  BROWN            1038 PM
  2.00   1 SSE EDINA              MN  HENNEPIN         0827 PM
  2.00   MANKATO                  MN  BLUE EARTH       0820 PM
  2.00   2 WNW GLENWOOD           MN  POPE             0600 PM
  1.80   GOLDEN VALLEY            MN  HENNEPIN         0759 PM
  1.60   1 WSW VICTORIA           MN  CARVER           0655 PM
  1.40   EAU CLAIRE               WI  EAU CLAIRE       0837 AM
  1.30   MENOMONIE                WI  DUNN             0851 AM
  1.10   EAU CLAIRE               WI  EAU CLAIRE       0415 AM
                 OBSERVED AT WQOW TV.
  1.00   5 SE OTSEGO              MN  WRIGHT           0647 AM
  0.80   ST CLOUD                 MN  STEARNS          0700 AM
                 OBSERVED AT THE PRISON.
  0.30   4 SE OTSEGO              MN  WRIGHT           0850 PM

$$

AJZ


000
NOUS43 KMPX 231450
PNSMPX
MNZ041>045-047>070-073>078-082>085-091>093-WIZ014>016-023>028-
040200-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
945 AM CDT MON MAR 23 2015

...SNOWFALL REPORTS FOR THE MARCH 22-23 STORM...

THESE ARE PRELIMINARY REPORTS AND NOT NECESSARILY THE FINAL AMOUNT
FOR EACH LOCATION. THANK YOU TO ALL OF OUR OBSERVERS WHO MADE THIS
REPORT POSSIBLE.



SNOW REPORTS LISTED BY AMOUNT

 INCHES  LOCATION                 ST  COUNTY           TIME
 ------  -----------------------  --  --------------   -------
 12.30   1 N ZUMBROTA             MN  GOODHUE          0600 AM
  9.80   LAKEVILLE                MN  DAKOTA           0501 AM
  9.50   2 W PRIOR LAKE           MN  SCOTT            0630 AM
                 MELTED PRECIPITATION .73 INCHES.
  9.50   2 S PRIOR LAKE           MN  SCOTT            0542 AM
  9.00   PRIOR LAKE               MN  SCOTT            0741 AM
  9.00   NEW PRAGUE               MN  SCOTT            0727 AM
  8.90   ZUMBROTA                 MN  GOODHUE          1208 AM
  8.70   NORTHFIELD               MN  RICE             1234 AM
  8.70   CASTLE ROCK              MN  DAKOTA           1208 AM
  8.50   CARVER                   MN  CARVER           1058 PM
  8.50   2 W PRIOR LAKE           MN  SCOTT            1017 PM
  8.30   BELLE PLAINE             MN  SCOTT            1016 PM
  8.10   FARMINGTON               MN  DAKOTA           0741 AM
  8.00   FARMINGTON               MN  DAKOTA           0735 AM
                 MELTED PRECIPITATION OF 0.62 INCHES. OBSERVED
                 BY METEOROLOGIST AT FAA FACILITY.
  8.00   5 NE PRIOR LAKE          MN  SCOTT            1012 PM
  8.00   NEW PRAGUE               MN  SCOTT            1012 PM
  8.00   JORDAN                   MN  SCOTT            0850 PM
  7.80   DUNDAS                   MN  RICE             0501 AM
  7.80   NORWOOD/YOUNG AMERICA    MN  CARVER           1116 PM
  7.80   2 S SHAKOPEE             MN  SCOTT            0944 PM
  7.70   GREEN ISLE               MN  SIBLEY           1039 PM
  7.50   OWATONNA                 MN  STEELE           0728 AM
  7.50   CREDIT RIVER             MN  SCOTT            0430 AM
  7.50   COLOGNE                  MN  CARVER           1030 PM
  7.50   N LAKEVILLE              MN  DAKOTA           0920 PM
  7.50   CARVER                   MN  CARVER           0815 PM
                 RECEIVED IN LESS THAN 4 HOURS, AND STILL
                 SNOWING HEAVILY.
  7.40   SHAKOPEE                 MN  SCOTT            0827 AM
  7.20   2 SW BURNSVILLE          MN  DAKOTA           0317 AM
  7.00   RED WING                 MN  GOODHUE          0630 AM
  7.00   1 WNW BURNSVILLE         MN  DAKOTA           0317 AM
  7.00   APPLE VALLEY             MN  DAKOTA           0915 PM
  7.00   PRIOR LAKE               MN  SCOTT            0844 PM
  6.90   BURNSVILLE               MN  DAKOTA           1005 PM
  6.70   4 ENE LAKEVILLE          MN  DAKOTA           1054 PM
  6.20   1 SSW WACONIA            MN  CARVER           1026 PM
  6.00   3 NE STOCKHOLM           WI  PEPIN            0800 AM
  6.00   HOWARD LAKE              MN  WRIGHT           0200 AM
  5.80   1 ESE CHASKA             MN  CARVER           0800 AM
  5.80   KANDIYOHI                MN  KANDIYOHI        1038 PM
  5.80   BURNSVILLE               MN  DAKOTA           0845 PM
  5.50   OWATONNA                 MN  STEELE           0722 PM
  5.40   CHANHASSEN               MN  CARVER           0701 AM
  5.30   COSMOS                   MN  MEEKER           1050 PM
  5.00   HUTCHINSON               MN  MCLEOD           0157 AM
  5.00   RED WING                 MN  GOODHUE          0930 PM
  5.00   SHAKOPEE                 MN  SCOTT            0915 PM
  5.00   NEW AUBURN               MN  SIBLEY           0828 PM
  5.00   BURNSVILLE               MN  DAKOTA           0828 PM
  4.80   4 SSE MANKATO            MN  BLUE EARTH       0650 AM
  4.80   6 SW LITCHFIELD          MN  MEEKER           0820 PM
  4.60   4 SSE DOWNTOWN MINNEAPO  MN  HENNEPIN         0800 AM
  4.60   LONSDALE                 MN  RICE             0725 PM
  4.50   MAPLE PLAIN              MN  HENNEPIN         0828 AM
  4.50   BLOOMINGTON              MN  HENNEPIN         0800 AM
                 MEASURED BY RETIRED NWS METEOROLOGIST
  4.50   WINTHROP                 MN  SIBLEY           0847 PM
  4.00   2 SSE EDINA              MN  HENNEPIN         0600 AM
  4.00   3 SSE DOWNTOWN MINNEAPO  MN  HENNEPIN         1112 PM
  4.00   WILLMAR                  MN  KANDIYOHI        0934 PM
  4.00   FARIBAULT                MN  RICE             0755 PM
  4.00   CHASKA                   MN  CARVER           0702 PM
  3.90   WILLMAR                  MN  KANDIYOHI        0815 PM
  3.60   MSP INTL AIRPORT         MN  HENNEPIN         0700 AM
  3.50   ST CLAIR                 MN  BLUE EARTH       0640 AM
  3.50   1 ENE INVER GROVE HEIGH  MN  DAKOTA           0101 AM
  3.30   1 ENE INVER GROVE HEIGH  MN  DAKOTA           1213 AM
  3.30   2 SSE EDINA              MN  HENNEPIN         1039 PM
  3.00   MADELIA                  MN  WATONWAN         0630 AM
  3.00   BLOOMINGTON              MN  HENNEPIN         0603 AM
  3.00   2 SW PRINSBURG           MN  KANDIYOHI        0600 AM
  3.00   GOLDEN VALLEY            MN  HENNEPIN         0915 PM
  3.00   FARMINGTON               MN  DAKOTA           0753 PM
  3.00   SHAKOPEE                 MN  SCOTT            0730 PM
  3.00   WACONIA                  MN  CARVER           0725 PM
  2.80   SHAKOPEE                 MN  SCOTT            0725 PM
  2.50   MANKATO                  MN  BLUE EARTH       0609 AM
                 STORM TOTAL.
  2.50   MADELIA                  MN  WATONWAN         1107 PM
  2.50   ST PETER                 MN  NICOLLET         1100 PM
  2.50   MAPLE GROVE              MN  HENNEPIN         0930 PM
  2.50   SSE WILLMAR              MN  KANDIYOHI        0700 PM
  2.40   WATERTOWN                MN  CARVER           0420 AM
  2.30   1 NNW NORTH ST PAUL      MN  RAMSEY           0715 AM
  2.30   3 WSW DOWNTOWN ST PAUL   MN  RAMSEY           1054 PM
  2.00   COMFREY                  MN  BROWN            0800 AM
  2.00   SPRINGFIELD              MN  BROWN            1038 PM
  2.00   1 SSE EDINA              MN  HENNEPIN         0827 PM
  2.00   MANKATO                  MN  BLUE EARTH       0820 PM
  2.00   2 WNW GLENWOOD           MN  POPE             0600 PM
  1.80   GOLDEN VALLEY            MN  HENNEPIN         0759 PM
  1.60   1 WSW VICTORIA           MN  CARVER           0655 PM
  1.40   EAU CLAIRE               WI  EAU CLAIRE       0837 AM
  1.30   MENOMONIE                WI  DUNN             0851 AM
  1.10   EAU CLAIRE               WI  EAU CLAIRE       0415 AM
                 OBSERVED AT WQOW TV.
  1.00   5 SE OTSEGO              MN  WRIGHT           0647 AM
  0.80   ST CLOUD                 MN  STEARNS          0700 AM
                 OBSERVED AT THE PRISON.
  0.30   4 SE OTSEGO              MN  WRIGHT           0850 PM

$$

AJZ



000
NOUS43 KMPX 231450
PNSMPX
MNZ041>045-047>070-073>078-082>085-091>093-WIZ014>016-023>028-
040200-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
945 AM CDT MON MAR 23 2015

...SNOWFALL REPORTS FOR THE MARCH 22-23 STORM...

THESE ARE PRELIMINARY REPORTS AND NOT NECESSARILY THE FINAL AMOUNT
FOR EACH LOCATION. THANK YOU TO ALL OF OUR OBSERVERS WHO MADE THIS
REPORT POSSIBLE.



SNOW REPORTS LISTED BY AMOUNT

 INCHES  LOCATION                 ST  COUNTY           TIME
 ------  -----------------------  --  --------------   -------
 12.30   1 N ZUMBROTA             MN  GOODHUE          0600 AM
  9.80   LAKEVILLE                MN  DAKOTA           0501 AM
  9.50   2 W PRIOR LAKE           MN  SCOTT            0630 AM
                 MELTED PRECIPITATION .73 INCHES.
  9.50   2 S PRIOR LAKE           MN  SCOTT            0542 AM
  9.00   PRIOR LAKE               MN  SCOTT            0741 AM
  9.00   NEW PRAGUE               MN  SCOTT            0727 AM
  8.90   ZUMBROTA                 MN  GOODHUE          1208 AM
  8.70   NORTHFIELD               MN  RICE             1234 AM
  8.70   CASTLE ROCK              MN  DAKOTA           1208 AM
  8.50   CARVER                   MN  CARVER           1058 PM
  8.50   2 W PRIOR LAKE           MN  SCOTT            1017 PM
  8.30   BELLE PLAINE             MN  SCOTT            1016 PM
  8.10   FARMINGTON               MN  DAKOTA           0741 AM
  8.00   FARMINGTON               MN  DAKOTA           0735 AM
                 MELTED PRECIPITATION OF 0.62 INCHES. OBSERVED
                 BY METEOROLOGIST AT FAA FACILITY.
  8.00   5 NE PRIOR LAKE          MN  SCOTT            1012 PM
  8.00   NEW PRAGUE               MN  SCOTT            1012 PM
  8.00   JORDAN                   MN  SCOTT            0850 PM
  7.80   DUNDAS                   MN  RICE             0501 AM
  7.80   NORWOOD/YOUNG AMERICA    MN  CARVER           1116 PM
  7.80   2 S SHAKOPEE             MN  SCOTT            0944 PM
  7.70   GREEN ISLE               MN  SIBLEY           1039 PM
  7.50   OWATONNA                 MN  STEELE           0728 AM
  7.50   CREDIT RIVER             MN  SCOTT            0430 AM
  7.50   COLOGNE                  MN  CARVER           1030 PM
  7.50   N LAKEVILLE              MN  DAKOTA           0920 PM
  7.50   CARVER                   MN  CARVER           0815 PM
                 RECEIVED IN LESS THAN 4 HOURS, AND STILL
                 SNOWING HEAVILY.
  7.40   SHAKOPEE                 MN  SCOTT            0827 AM
  7.20   2 SW BURNSVILLE          MN  DAKOTA           0317 AM
  7.00   RED WING                 MN  GOODHUE          0630 AM
  7.00   1 WNW BURNSVILLE         MN  DAKOTA           0317 AM
  7.00   APPLE VALLEY             MN  DAKOTA           0915 PM
  7.00   PRIOR LAKE               MN  SCOTT            0844 PM
  6.90   BURNSVILLE               MN  DAKOTA           1005 PM
  6.70   4 ENE LAKEVILLE          MN  DAKOTA           1054 PM
  6.20   1 SSW WACONIA            MN  CARVER           1026 PM
  6.00   3 NE STOCKHOLM           WI  PEPIN            0800 AM
  6.00   HOWARD LAKE              MN  WRIGHT           0200 AM
  5.80   1 ESE CHASKA             MN  CARVER           0800 AM
  5.80   KANDIYOHI                MN  KANDIYOHI        1038 PM
  5.80   BURNSVILLE               MN  DAKOTA           0845 PM
  5.50   OWATONNA                 MN  STEELE           0722 PM
  5.40   CHANHASSEN               MN  CARVER           0701 AM
  5.30   COSMOS                   MN  MEEKER           1050 PM
  5.00   HUTCHINSON               MN  MCLEOD           0157 AM
  5.00   RED WING                 MN  GOODHUE          0930 PM
  5.00   SHAKOPEE                 MN  SCOTT            0915 PM
  5.00   NEW AUBURN               MN  SIBLEY           0828 PM
  5.00   BURNSVILLE               MN  DAKOTA           0828 PM
  4.80   4 SSE MANKATO            MN  BLUE EARTH       0650 AM
  4.80   6 SW LITCHFIELD          MN  MEEKER           0820 PM
  4.60   4 SSE DOWNTOWN MINNEAPO  MN  HENNEPIN         0800 AM
  4.60   LONSDALE                 MN  RICE             0725 PM
  4.50   MAPLE PLAIN              MN  HENNEPIN         0828 AM
  4.50   BLOOMINGTON              MN  HENNEPIN         0800 AM
                 MEASURED BY RETIRED NWS METEOROLOGIST
  4.50   WINTHROP                 MN  SIBLEY           0847 PM
  4.00   2 SSE EDINA              MN  HENNEPIN         0600 AM
  4.00   3 SSE DOWNTOWN MINNEAPO  MN  HENNEPIN         1112 PM
  4.00   WILLMAR                  MN  KANDIYOHI        0934 PM
  4.00   FARIBAULT                MN  RICE             0755 PM
  4.00   CHASKA                   MN  CARVER           0702 PM
  3.90   WILLMAR                  MN  KANDIYOHI        0815 PM
  3.60   MSP INTL AIRPORT         MN  HENNEPIN         0700 AM
  3.50   ST CLAIR                 MN  BLUE EARTH       0640 AM
  3.50   1 ENE INVER GROVE HEIGH  MN  DAKOTA           0101 AM
  3.30   1 ENE INVER GROVE HEIGH  MN  DAKOTA           1213 AM
  3.30   2 SSE EDINA              MN  HENNEPIN         1039 PM
  3.00   MADELIA                  MN  WATONWAN         0630 AM
  3.00   BLOOMINGTON              MN  HENNEPIN         0603 AM
  3.00   2 SW PRINSBURG           MN  KANDIYOHI        0600 AM
  3.00   GOLDEN VALLEY            MN  HENNEPIN         0915 PM
  3.00   FARMINGTON               MN  DAKOTA           0753 PM
  3.00   SHAKOPEE                 MN  SCOTT            0730 PM
  3.00   WACONIA                  MN  CARVER           0725 PM
  2.80   SHAKOPEE                 MN  SCOTT            0725 PM
  2.50   MANKATO                  MN  BLUE EARTH       0609 AM
                 STORM TOTAL.
  2.50   MADELIA                  MN  WATONWAN         1107 PM
  2.50   ST PETER                 MN  NICOLLET         1100 PM
  2.50   MAPLE GROVE              MN  HENNEPIN         0930 PM
  2.50   SSE WILLMAR              MN  KANDIYOHI        0700 PM
  2.40   WATERTOWN                MN  CARVER           0420 AM
  2.30   1 NNW NORTH ST PAUL      MN  RAMSEY           0715 AM
  2.30   3 WSW DOWNTOWN ST PAUL   MN  RAMSEY           1054 PM
  2.00   COMFREY                  MN  BROWN            0800 AM
  2.00   SPRINGFIELD              MN  BROWN            1038 PM
  2.00   1 SSE EDINA              MN  HENNEPIN         0827 PM
  2.00   MANKATO                  MN  BLUE EARTH       0820 PM
  2.00   2 WNW GLENWOOD           MN  POPE             0600 PM
  1.80   GOLDEN VALLEY            MN  HENNEPIN         0759 PM
  1.60   1 WSW VICTORIA           MN  CARVER           0655 PM
  1.40   EAU CLAIRE               WI  EAU CLAIRE       0837 AM
  1.30   MENOMONIE                WI  DUNN             0851 AM
  1.10   EAU CLAIRE               WI  EAU CLAIRE       0415 AM
                 OBSERVED AT WQOW TV.
  1.00   5 SE OTSEGO              MN  WRIGHT           0647 AM
  0.80   ST CLOUD                 MN  STEARNS          0700 AM
                 OBSERVED AT THE PRISON.
  0.30   4 SE OTSEGO              MN  WRIGHT           0850 PM

$$

AJZ



000
NOUS43 KMPX 231450 RRA
PNSMPX
MNZ041>045-047>070-073>078-082>085-091>093-WIZ014>016-023>028-
040201-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
945 AM CDT MON MAR 23 2015

...SNOWFALL REPORTS FOR THE MARCH 22-23 STORM...

THESE ARE PRELIMINARY REPORTS AND NOT NECESSARILY THE FINAL AMOUNT
FOR EACH LOCATION. THANK YOU TO ALL OF OUR OBSERVERS WHO MADE THIS
REPORT POSSIBLE.



SNOW REPORTS LISTED BY AMOUNT

 INCHES  LOCATION                 ST  COUNTY           TIME
 ------  -----------------------  --  --------------   -------
 12.30   1 N ZUMBROTA             MN  GOODHUE          0600 AM
  9.80   LAKEVILLE                MN  DAKOTA           0501 AM
  9.50   2 W PRIOR LAKE           MN  SCOTT            0630 AM
                 MELTED PRECIPITATION .73 INCHES.
  9.50   2 S PRIOR LAKE           MN  SCOTT            0542 AM
  9.00   PRIOR LAKE               MN  SCOTT            0741 AM
  9.00   NEW PRAGUE               MN  SCOTT            0727 AM
  8.90   ZUMBROTA                 MN  GOODHUE          1208 AM
  8.70   NORTHFIELD               MN  RICE             1234 AM
  8.70   CASTLE ROCK              MN  DAKOTA           1208 AM
  8.50   CARVER                   MN  CARVER           1058 PM
  8.50   2 W PRIOR LAKE           MN  SCOTT            1017 PM
  8.30   BELLE PLAINE             MN  SCOTT            1016 PM
  8.10   FARMINGTON               MN  DAKOTA           0741 AM
  8.00   FARMINGTON               MN  DAKOTA           0735 AM
                 MELTED PRECIPITATION OF 0.62 INCHES. OBSERVED
                 BY METEOROLOGIST AT FAA FACILITY.
  8.00   5 NE PRIOR LAKE          MN  SCOTT            1012 PM
  8.00   NEW PRAGUE               MN  SCOTT            1012 PM
  8.00   JORDAN                   MN  SCOTT            0850 PM
  7.80   DUNDAS                   MN  RICE             0501 AM
  7.80   NORWOOD/YOUNG AMERICA    MN  CARVER           1116 PM
  7.80   2 S SHAKOPEE             MN  SCOTT            0944 PM
  7.70   GREEN ISLE               MN  SIBLEY           1039 PM
  7.50   OWATONNA                 MN  STEELE           0728 AM
  7.50   CREDIT RIVER             MN  SCOTT            0430 AM
  7.50   COLOGNE                  MN  CARVER           1030 PM
  7.50   N LAKEVILLE              MN  DAKOTA           0920 PM
  7.50   CARVER                   MN  CARVER           0815 PM
                 RECEIVED IN LESS THAN 4 HOURS, AND STILL
                 SNOWING HEAVILY.
  7.40   SHAKOPEE                 MN  SCOTT            0827 AM
  7.20   2 SW BURNSVILLE          MN  DAKOTA           0317 AM
  7.00   RED WING                 MN  GOODHUE          0630 AM
  7.00   1 WNW BURNSVILLE         MN  DAKOTA           0317 AM
  7.00   APPLE VALLEY             MN  DAKOTA           0915 PM
  7.00   PRIOR LAKE               MN  SCOTT            0844 PM
  6.90   BURNSVILLE               MN  DAKOTA           1005 PM
  6.70   4 ENE LAKEVILLE          MN  DAKOTA           1054 PM
  6.20   1 SSW WACONIA            MN  CARVER           1026 PM
  6.00   3 NE STOCKHOLM           WI  PEPIN            0800 AM
  6.00   HOWARD LAKE              MN  WRIGHT           0200 AM
  5.80   1 ESE CHASKA             MN  CARVER           0800 AM
  5.80   KANDIYOHI                MN  KANDIYOHI        1038 PM
  5.80   BURNSVILLE               MN  DAKOTA           0845 PM
  5.50   OWATONNA                 MN  STEELE           0722 PM
  5.40   CHANHASSEN               MN  CARVER           0701 AM
  5.30   COSMOS                   MN  MEEKER           1050 PM
  5.00   HUTCHINSON               MN  MCLEOD           0157 AM
  5.00   RED WING                 MN  GOODHUE          0930 PM
  5.00   SHAKOPEE                 MN  SCOTT            0915 PM
  5.00   NEW AUBURN               MN  SIBLEY           0828 PM
  5.00   BURNSVILLE               MN  DAKOTA           0828 PM
  4.80   4 SSE MANKATO            MN  BLUE EARTH       0650 AM
  4.80   6 SW LITCHFIELD          MN  MEEKER           0820 PM
  4.60   4 SSE DOWNTOWN MINNEAPO  MN  HENNEPIN         0800 AM
  4.60   LONSDALE                 MN  RICE             0725 PM
  4.50   MAPLE PLAIN              MN  HENNEPIN         0828 AM
  4.50   BLOOMINGTON              MN  HENNEPIN         0800 AM
                 MEASURED BY RETIRED NWS METEOROLOGIST
  4.50   WINTHROP                 MN  SIBLEY           0847 PM
  4.00   2 SSE EDINA              MN  HENNEPIN         0600 AM
  4.00   3 SSE DOWNTOWN MINNEAPO  MN  HENNEPIN         1112 PM
  4.00   WILLMAR                  MN  KANDIYOHI        0934 PM
  4.00   FARIBAULT                MN  RICE             0755 PM
  4.00   CHASKA                   MN  CARVER           0702 PM
  3.90   WILLMAR                  MN  KANDIYOHI        0815 PM
  3.60   MSP INTL AIRPORT         MN  HENNEPIN         0700 AM
  3.50   ST CLAIR                 MN  BLUE EARTH       0640 AM
  3.50   1 ENE INVER GROVE HEIGH  MN  DAKOTA           0101 AM
  3.30   1 ENE INVER GROVE HEIGH  MN  DAKOTA           1213 AM
  3.30   2 SSE EDINA              MN  HENNEPIN         1039 PM
  3.00   MADELIA                  MN  WATONWAN         0630 AM
  3.00   BLOOMINGTON              MN  HENNEPIN         0603 AM
  3.00   2 SW PRINSBURG           MN  KANDIYOHI        0600 AM
  3.00   GOLDEN VALLEY            MN  HENNEPIN         0915 PM
  3.00   FARMINGTON               MN  DAKOTA           0753 PM
  3.00   SHAKOPEE                 MN  SCOTT            0730 PM
  3.00   WACONIA                  MN  CARVER           0725 PM
  2.80   SHAKOPEE                 MN  SCOTT            0725 PM
  2.50   MANKATO                  MN  BLUE EARTH       0609 AM
                 STORM TOTAL.
  2.50   MADELIA                  MN  WATONWAN         1107 PM
  2.50   ST PETER                 MN  NICOLLET         1100 PM
  2.50   MAPLE GROVE              MN  HENNEPIN         0930 PM
  2.50   SSE WILLMAR              MN  KANDIYOHI        0700 PM
  2.40   WATERTOWN                MN  CARVER           0420 AM
  2.30   1 NNW NORTH ST PAUL      MN  RAMSEY           0715 AM
  2.30   3 WSW DOWNTOWN ST PAUL   MN  RAMSEY           1054 PM
  2.00   COMFREY                  MN  BROWN            0800 AM
  2.00   SPRINGFIELD              MN  BROWN            1038 PM
  2.00   1 SSE EDINA              MN  HENNEPIN         0827 PM
  2.00   MANKATO                  MN  BLUE EARTH       0820 PM
  2.00   2 WNW GLENWOOD           MN  POPE             0600 PM
  1.80   GOLDEN VALLEY            MN  HENNEPIN         0759 PM
  1.60   1 WSW VICTORIA           MN  CARVER           0655 PM
  1.40   EAU CLAIRE               WI  EAU CLAIRE       0837 AM
  1.30   MENOMONIE                WI  DUNN             0851 AM
  1.10   EAU CLAIRE               WI  EAU CLAIRE       0415 AM
                 OBSERVED AT WQOW TV.
  1.00   5 SE OTSEGO              MN  WRIGHT           0647 AM
  0.80   ST CLOUD                 MN  STEARNS          0700 AM
                 OBSERVED AT THE PRISON.
  0.30   4 SE OTSEGO              MN  WRIGHT           0850 PM

$$

AJZ


000
NOUS43 KMPX 231450 RRA
PNSMPX
MNZ041>045-047>070-073>078-082>085-091>093-WIZ014>016-023>028-
040201-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
945 AM CDT MON MAR 23 2015

...SNOWFALL REPORTS FOR THE MARCH 22-23 STORM...

THESE ARE PRELIMINARY REPORTS AND NOT NECESSARILY THE FINAL AMOUNT
FOR EACH LOCATION. THANK YOU TO ALL OF OUR OBSERVERS WHO MADE THIS
REPORT POSSIBLE.



SNOW REPORTS LISTED BY AMOUNT

 INCHES  LOCATION                 ST  COUNTY           TIME
 ------  -----------------------  --  --------------   -------
 12.30   1 N ZUMBROTA             MN  GOODHUE          0600 AM
  9.80   LAKEVILLE                MN  DAKOTA           0501 AM
  9.50   2 W PRIOR LAKE           MN  SCOTT            0630 AM
                 MELTED PRECIPITATION .73 INCHES.
  9.50   2 S PRIOR LAKE           MN  SCOTT            0542 AM
  9.00   PRIOR LAKE               MN  SCOTT            0741 AM
  9.00   NEW PRAGUE               MN  SCOTT            0727 AM
  8.90   ZUMBROTA                 MN  GOODHUE          1208 AM
  8.70   NORTHFIELD               MN  RICE             1234 AM
  8.70   CASTLE ROCK              MN  DAKOTA           1208 AM
  8.50   CARVER                   MN  CARVER           1058 PM
  8.50   2 W PRIOR LAKE           MN  SCOTT            1017 PM
  8.30   BELLE PLAINE             MN  SCOTT            1016 PM
  8.10   FARMINGTON               MN  DAKOTA           0741 AM
  8.00   FARMINGTON               MN  DAKOTA           0735 AM
                 MELTED PRECIPITATION OF 0.62 INCHES. OBSERVED
                 BY METEOROLOGIST AT FAA FACILITY.
  8.00   5 NE PRIOR LAKE          MN  SCOTT            1012 PM
  8.00   NEW PRAGUE               MN  SCOTT            1012 PM
  8.00   JORDAN                   MN  SCOTT            0850 PM
  7.80   DUNDAS                   MN  RICE             0501 AM
  7.80   NORWOOD/YOUNG AMERICA    MN  CARVER           1116 PM
  7.80   2 S SHAKOPEE             MN  SCOTT            0944 PM
  7.70   GREEN ISLE               MN  SIBLEY           1039 PM
  7.50   OWATONNA                 MN  STEELE           0728 AM
  7.50   CREDIT RIVER             MN  SCOTT            0430 AM
  7.50   COLOGNE                  MN  CARVER           1030 PM
  7.50   N LAKEVILLE              MN  DAKOTA           0920 PM
  7.50   CARVER                   MN  CARVER           0815 PM
                 RECEIVED IN LESS THAN 4 HOURS, AND STILL
                 SNOWING HEAVILY.
  7.40   SHAKOPEE                 MN  SCOTT            0827 AM
  7.20   2 SW BURNSVILLE          MN  DAKOTA           0317 AM
  7.00   RED WING                 MN  GOODHUE          0630 AM
  7.00   1 WNW BURNSVILLE         MN  DAKOTA           0317 AM
  7.00   APPLE VALLEY             MN  DAKOTA           0915 PM
  7.00   PRIOR LAKE               MN  SCOTT            0844 PM
  6.90   BURNSVILLE               MN  DAKOTA           1005 PM
  6.70   4 ENE LAKEVILLE          MN  DAKOTA           1054 PM
  6.20   1 SSW WACONIA            MN  CARVER           1026 PM
  6.00   3 NE STOCKHOLM           WI  PEPIN            0800 AM
  6.00   HOWARD LAKE              MN  WRIGHT           0200 AM
  5.80   1 ESE CHASKA             MN  CARVER           0800 AM
  5.80   KANDIYOHI                MN  KANDIYOHI        1038 PM
  5.80   BURNSVILLE               MN  DAKOTA           0845 PM
  5.50   OWATONNA                 MN  STEELE           0722 PM
  5.40   CHANHASSEN               MN  CARVER           0701 AM
  5.30   COSMOS                   MN  MEEKER           1050 PM
  5.00   HUTCHINSON               MN  MCLEOD           0157 AM
  5.00   RED WING                 MN  GOODHUE          0930 PM
  5.00   SHAKOPEE                 MN  SCOTT            0915 PM
  5.00   NEW AUBURN               MN  SIBLEY           0828 PM
  5.00   BURNSVILLE               MN  DAKOTA           0828 PM
  4.80   4 SSE MANKATO            MN  BLUE EARTH       0650 AM
  4.80   6 SW LITCHFIELD          MN  MEEKER           0820 PM
  4.60   4 SSE DOWNTOWN MINNEAPO  MN  HENNEPIN         0800 AM
  4.60   LONSDALE                 MN  RICE             0725 PM
  4.50   MAPLE PLAIN              MN  HENNEPIN         0828 AM
  4.50   BLOOMINGTON              MN  HENNEPIN         0800 AM
                 MEASURED BY RETIRED NWS METEOROLOGIST
  4.50   WINTHROP                 MN  SIBLEY           0847 PM
  4.00   2 SSE EDINA              MN  HENNEPIN         0600 AM
  4.00   3 SSE DOWNTOWN MINNEAPO  MN  HENNEPIN         1112 PM
  4.00   WILLMAR                  MN  KANDIYOHI        0934 PM
  4.00   FARIBAULT                MN  RICE             0755 PM
  4.00   CHASKA                   MN  CARVER           0702 PM
  3.90   WILLMAR                  MN  KANDIYOHI        0815 PM
  3.60   MSP INTL AIRPORT         MN  HENNEPIN         0700 AM
  3.50   ST CLAIR                 MN  BLUE EARTH       0640 AM
  3.50   1 ENE INVER GROVE HEIGH  MN  DAKOTA           0101 AM
  3.30   1 ENE INVER GROVE HEIGH  MN  DAKOTA           1213 AM
  3.30   2 SSE EDINA              MN  HENNEPIN         1039 PM
  3.00   MADELIA                  MN  WATONWAN         0630 AM
  3.00   BLOOMINGTON              MN  HENNEPIN         0603 AM
  3.00   2 SW PRINSBURG           MN  KANDIYOHI        0600 AM
  3.00   GOLDEN VALLEY            MN  HENNEPIN         0915 PM
  3.00   FARMINGTON               MN  DAKOTA           0753 PM
  3.00   SHAKOPEE                 MN  SCOTT            0730 PM
  3.00   WACONIA                  MN  CARVER           0725 PM
  2.80   SHAKOPEE                 MN  SCOTT            0725 PM
  2.50   MANKATO                  MN  BLUE EARTH       0609 AM
                 STORM TOTAL.
  2.50   MADELIA                  MN  WATONWAN         1107 PM
  2.50   ST PETER                 MN  NICOLLET         1100 PM
  2.50   MAPLE GROVE              MN  HENNEPIN         0930 PM
  2.50   SSE WILLMAR              MN  KANDIYOHI        0700 PM
  2.40   WATERTOWN                MN  CARVER           0420 AM
  2.30   1 NNW NORTH ST PAUL      MN  RAMSEY           0715 AM
  2.30   3 WSW DOWNTOWN ST PAUL   MN  RAMSEY           1054 PM
  2.00   COMFREY                  MN  BROWN            0800 AM
  2.00   SPRINGFIELD              MN  BROWN            1038 PM
  2.00   1 SSE EDINA              MN  HENNEPIN         0827 PM
  2.00   MANKATO                  MN  BLUE EARTH       0820 PM
  2.00   2 WNW GLENWOOD           MN  POPE             0600 PM
  1.80   GOLDEN VALLEY            MN  HENNEPIN         0759 PM
  1.60   1 WSW VICTORIA           MN  CARVER           0655 PM
  1.40   EAU CLAIRE               WI  EAU CLAIRE       0837 AM
  1.30   MENOMONIE                WI  DUNN             0851 AM
  1.10   EAU CLAIRE               WI  EAU CLAIRE       0415 AM
                 OBSERVED AT WQOW TV.
  1.00   5 SE OTSEGO              MN  WRIGHT           0647 AM
  0.80   ST CLOUD                 MN  STEARNS          0700 AM
                 OBSERVED AT THE PRISON.
  0.30   4 SE OTSEGO              MN  WRIGHT           0850 PM

$$

AJZ



000
NOUS43 KSGF 231422
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-241421

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
921 AM CDT MON MAR 23 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Douglas   Ava                    71  39   0.00
Benton    Edwards 6W             73  43   0.00
Barry     Roaring River SP       63  36   0.00
Morgan    Gravois Mills          75  49   0.00
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            71  43   0.00
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            69  44   0.00

$$



Frye



000
NOUS43 KSGF 231422
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-241421

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
921 AM CDT MON MAR 23 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Douglas   Ava                    71  39   0.00
Benton    Edwards 6W             73  43   0.00
Barry     Roaring River SP       63  36   0.00
Morgan    Gravois Mills          75  49   0.00
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            71  43   0.00
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            69  44   0.00

$$



Frye



000
NOUS43 KSGF 231422
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-241421

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
921 AM CDT MON MAR 23 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Douglas   Ava                    71  39   0.00
Benton    Edwards 6W             73  43   0.00
Barry     Roaring River SP       63  36   0.00
Morgan    Gravois Mills          75  49   0.00
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            71  43   0.00
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            69  44   0.00

$$



Frye



000
NOUS43 KSGF 231422
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-241421

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
921 AM CDT MON MAR 23 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Douglas   Ava                    71  39   0.00
Benton    Edwards 6W             73  43   0.00
Barry     Roaring River SP       63  36   0.00
Morgan    Gravois Mills          75  49   0.00
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            71  43   0.00
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            69  44   0.00

$$



Frye



000
NOUS43 KLOT 231340
PNSLOT

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT...CORRECTED NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
CHICAGO/ROMEOVILLE IL 751 AM CDT MON MAR 23 2015

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0510 AM     SNOW             WOODSTOCK               42.31N 88.44W
03/23/2015  M1.5 INCH        MCHENRY            IL   CO-OP OBSERVER

0530 AM     SNOW             2 WSW ELK GROVE VILLAGE 41.99N 88.03W
03/23/2015  M2.0 INCH        COOK               IL   COCORAHS

0600 AM     SNOW             ROCKFORD AIRPORT        42.20N 89.10W
03/23/2015  M2.6 INCH        WINNEBAGO          IL   OFFICIAL NWS OBS

            TOTAL SO FAR.

0600 AM     SNOW             ELBURN                  41.89N 88.47W
03/23/2015  M1.0 INCH        KANE               IL   CO-OP OBSERVER

0600 AM     SNOW             OHARE AIRPORT           41.98N 87.90W
03/23/2015  M2.5 INCH        COOK               IL   OFFICIAL NWS OBS

            STORM TOTAL SO FAR.

0630 AM     SNOW             3 SW MIDWAY AIRPORT     41.75N 87.79W
03/23/2015  M2.0 INCH        COOK               IL   CO-OP OBSERVER

            TOTAL SO FAR.

0630 AM     SNOW             ROSCOE                  42.42N 89.01W
03/23/2015  M3.4 INCH        WINNEBAGO          IL   CO-OP OBSERVER

            TOTAL SO FAR.

0700 AM     SNOW             1 SE BARTLETT           41.97N 88.19W
03/23/2015  M2.2 INCH        DUPAGE             IL   COCORAHS

            TOTAL SO FAR.

0700 AM     SNOW             SPRING GROVE            42.44N 88.24W
03/23/2015  M3.0 INCH        MCHENRY            IL   CO-OP OBSERVER

            TOTAL SO FAR.

0715 AM     SNOW             CHICAGO RIDGE           41.70N 87.78W
03/23/2015  M1.3 INCH        COOK               IL   COCORAHS

            TOTAL SO FAR.

0725 AM     SNOW             ROGERS PARK             42.01N 87.67W
03/23/2015  M1.5 INCH        COOK               IL   TRAINED SPOTTER

            TOTAL SO FAR.


&&

$$

BN



000
NOUS43 KLOT 231340
PNSLOT

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT...CORRECTED NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
CHICAGO/ROMEOVILLE IL 751 AM CDT MON MAR 23 2015

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0510 AM     SNOW             WOODSTOCK               42.31N 88.44W
03/23/2015  M1.5 INCH        MCHENRY            IL   CO-OP OBSERVER

0530 AM     SNOW             2 WSW ELK GROVE VILLAGE 41.99N 88.03W
03/23/2015  M2.0 INCH        COOK               IL   COCORAHS

0600 AM     SNOW             ROCKFORD AIRPORT        42.20N 89.10W
03/23/2015  M2.6 INCH        WINNEBAGO          IL   OFFICIAL NWS OBS

            TOTAL SO FAR.

0600 AM     SNOW             ELBURN                  41.89N 88.47W
03/23/2015  M1.0 INCH        KANE               IL   CO-OP OBSERVER

0600 AM     SNOW             OHARE AIRPORT           41.98N 87.90W
03/23/2015  M2.5 INCH        COOK               IL   OFFICIAL NWS OBS

            STORM TOTAL SO FAR.

0630 AM     SNOW             3 SW MIDWAY AIRPORT     41.75N 87.79W
03/23/2015  M2.0 INCH        COOK               IL   CO-OP OBSERVER

            TOTAL SO FAR.

0630 AM     SNOW             ROSCOE                  42.42N 89.01W
03/23/2015  M3.4 INCH        WINNEBAGO          IL   CO-OP OBSERVER

            TOTAL SO FAR.

0700 AM     SNOW             1 SE BARTLETT           41.97N 88.19W
03/23/2015  M2.2 INCH        DUPAGE             IL   COCORAHS

            TOTAL SO FAR.

0700 AM     SNOW             SPRING GROVE            42.44N 88.24W
03/23/2015  M3.0 INCH        MCHENRY            IL   CO-OP OBSERVER

            TOTAL SO FAR.

0715 AM     SNOW             CHICAGO RIDGE           41.70N 87.78W
03/23/2015  M1.3 INCH        COOK               IL   COCORAHS

            TOTAL SO FAR.

0725 AM     SNOW             ROGERS PARK             42.01N 87.67W
03/23/2015  M1.5 INCH        COOK               IL   TRAINED SPOTTER

            TOTAL SO FAR.


&&

$$

BN



000
NOUS43 KGLD 231202
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT MON MAR 23 2015

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

IN 1890, A PRAIRIE FIRE BURNED FROM SELDEN, KANSAS, NORTHEAST
TO THE PLATTE RIVER IN NEBRASKA. THE FIRE CROSSED THE REPUBLICAN RIVER
NEAR MCCOOK, NEBRASKA, AND KEPT MOVING NORTHEAST, PUSHED BY
STRONG SOUTHWEST WINDS.

IN 1957, A BLIZZARD DEVELOPED OVER WESTERN KANSAS. OVER A FOOT
OF SNOW FELL FROM HOXIE TO HILL CITY. ROADS WERE CLOSED AND DID NOT
REOPEN FOR THREE DAYS. PHONE LINES WERE DOWN. WINDS DRIFTED SNOW TO
15 FEET HIGH. ONE PERSON PERISHED NORTH OF HOXIE. HEAVY SNOW WAS
ALSO REPORTED OVER WALLACE COUNTY.

$$



000
NOUS43 KGLD 231202
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT MON MAR 23 2015

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

IN 1890, A PRAIRIE FIRE BURNED FROM SELDEN, KANSAS, NORTHEAST
TO THE PLATTE RIVER IN NEBRASKA. THE FIRE CROSSED THE REPUBLICAN RIVER
NEAR MCCOOK, NEBRASKA, AND KEPT MOVING NORTHEAST, PUSHED BY
STRONG SOUTHWEST WINDS.

IN 1957, A BLIZZARD DEVELOPED OVER WESTERN KANSAS. OVER A FOOT
OF SNOW FELL FROM HOXIE TO HILL CITY. ROADS WERE CLOSED AND DID NOT
REOPEN FOR THREE DAYS. PHONE LINES WERE DOWN. WINDS DRIFTED SNOW TO
15 FEET HIGH. ONE PERSON PERISHED NORTH OF HOXIE. HEAVY SNOW WAS
ALSO REPORTED OVER WALLACE COUNTY.

$$



000
NOUS43 KGLD 231202
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT MON MAR 23 2015

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

IN 1890, A PRAIRIE FIRE BURNED FROM SELDEN, KANSAS, NORTHEAST
TO THE PLATTE RIVER IN NEBRASKA. THE FIRE CROSSED THE REPUBLICAN RIVER
NEAR MCCOOK, NEBRASKA, AND KEPT MOVING NORTHEAST, PUSHED BY
STRONG SOUTHWEST WINDS.

IN 1957, A BLIZZARD DEVELOPED OVER WESTERN KANSAS. OVER A FOOT
OF SNOW FELL FROM HOXIE TO HILL CITY. ROADS WERE CLOSED AND DID NOT
REOPEN FOR THREE DAYS. PHONE LINES WERE DOWN. WINDS DRIFTED SNOW TO
15 FEET HIGH. ONE PERSON PERISHED NORTH OF HOXIE. HEAVY SNOW WAS
ALSO REPORTED OVER WALLACE COUNTY.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 231202
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT MON MAR 23 2015

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

IN 1890, A PRAIRIE FIRE BURNED FROM SELDEN, KANSAS, NORTHEAST
TO THE PLATTE RIVER IN NEBRASKA. THE FIRE CROSSED THE REPUBLICAN RIVER
NEAR MCCOOK, NEBRASKA, AND KEPT MOVING NORTHEAST, PUSHED BY
STRONG SOUTHWEST WINDS.

IN 1957, A BLIZZARD DEVELOPED OVER WESTERN KANSAS. OVER A FOOT
OF SNOW FELL FROM HOXIE TO HILL CITY. ROADS WERE CLOSED AND DID NOT
REOPEN FOR THREE DAYS. PHONE LINES WERE DOWN. WINDS DRIFTED SNOW TO
15 FEET HIGH. ONE PERSON PERISHED NORTH OF HOXIE. HEAVY SNOW WAS
ALSO REPORTED OVER WALLACE COUNTY.

$$


000
NOUS45 KPUB 222256
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-222355

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
455 PM MDT SUN MAR 22 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 76
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 32
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 70
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 37
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0
                    PEAK WIND GUST...26 MPH FROM THE
                    NORTH AT 1126 AM MDT.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 65
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 23
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0
                    PEAK WIND GUST...28 MPH FROM THE
                    SOUTHWEST AT 446 PM MDT.


$$



000
NOUS45 KPUB 222256
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-222355

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
455 PM MDT SUN MAR 22 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 76
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 32
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 70
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 37
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0
                    PEAK WIND GUST...26 MPH FROM THE
                    NORTH AT 1126 AM MDT.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 65
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 23
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0
                    PEAK WIND GUST...28 MPH FROM THE
                    SOUTHWEST AT 446 PM MDT.


$$


000
NOUS43 KSGF 221428
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-231427

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
927 AM CDT SUN MAR 22 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Barry     Roaring River SP       M   37   0.00
Morgan    Gravois Mills          72  45   0.00
Douglas   Ava                    72  37   0.00
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            72  43   0.00
Webster   Niangua                71  45   0.00
Benton    Edwards 6W             74  43   0.00
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            70  40   0.00

$$



Frye


000
NOUS43 KSGF 221428
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-231427

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
927 AM CDT SUN MAR 22 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Barry     Roaring River SP       M   37   0.00
Morgan    Gravois Mills          72  45   0.00
Douglas   Ava                    72  37   0.00
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            72  43   0.00
Webster   Niangua                71  45   0.00
Benton    Edwards 6W             74  43   0.00
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            70  40   0.00

$$



Frye



000
NOUS43 KSGF 221428
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-231427

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
927 AM CDT SUN MAR 22 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Barry     Roaring River SP       M   37   0.00
Morgan    Gravois Mills          72  45   0.00
Douglas   Ava                    72  37   0.00
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            72  43   0.00
Webster   Niangua                71  45   0.00
Benton    Edwards 6W             74  43   0.00
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            70  40   0.00

$$



Frye


000
NOUS45 KTFX 221322
PNSTFX

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT...SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
713 AM MDT SUN MAR 22 2015

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0129 PM     NON-TSTM WND GST 3 SW CUT BANK           48.61N 112.38W
03/21/2015  M58 MPH          GLACIER            MT   ASOS

0215 AM     HIGH SUST WINDS  13 W BYNUM              47.98N 112.59W
03/22/2015  M48 MPH          TETON              MT   MESONET

            SUSTAINED WINDS AT OR ABOVE 40 MPH FROM 1215 AM TO 315
            AM

0215 AM     NON-TSTM WND GST 13 W BYNUM              47.98N 112.59W
03/22/2015  M66 MPH          TETON              MT   MESONET

0240 AM     NON-TSTM WND GST 17 W PENDROY            48.06N 112.67W
03/22/2015  M61 MPH          TETON              MT   MESONET

0521 AM     NON-TSTM WND GST 8 SE EAST GLACIER PARK  48.37N 113.10W
03/22/2015  M65 MPH          GLACIER            MT   MESONET


&&

$$

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000
NOUS45 KTFX 221322
PNSTFX

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT...SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
713 AM MDT SUN MAR 22 2015

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0129 PM     NON-TSTM WND GST 3 SW CUT BANK           48.61N 112.38W
03/21/2015  M58 MPH          GLACIER            MT   ASOS

0215 AM     HIGH SUST WINDS  13 W BYNUM              47.98N 112.59W
03/22/2015  M48 MPH          TETON              MT   MESONET

            SUSTAINED WINDS AT OR ABOVE 40 MPH FROM 1215 AM TO 315
            AM

0215 AM     NON-TSTM WND GST 13 W BYNUM              47.98N 112.59W
03/22/2015  M66 MPH          TETON              MT   MESONET

0240 AM     NON-TSTM WND GST 17 W PENDROY            48.06N 112.67W
03/22/2015  M61 MPH          TETON              MT   MESONET

0521 AM     NON-TSTM WND GST 8 SE EAST GLACIER PARK  48.37N 113.10W
03/22/2015  M65 MPH          GLACIER            MT   MESONET


&&

$$

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000
NOUS45 KTFX 221322
PNSTFX

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT...SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
713 AM MDT SUN MAR 22 2015

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0129 PM     NON-TSTM WND GST 3 SW CUT BANK           48.61N 112.38W
03/21/2015  M58 MPH          GLACIER            MT   ASOS

0215 AM     HIGH SUST WINDS  13 W BYNUM              47.98N 112.59W
03/22/2015  M48 MPH          TETON              MT   MESONET

            SUSTAINED WINDS AT OR ABOVE 40 MPH FROM 1215 AM TO 315
            AM

0215 AM     NON-TSTM WND GST 13 W BYNUM              47.98N 112.59W
03/22/2015  M66 MPH          TETON              MT   MESONET

0240 AM     NON-TSTM WND GST 17 W PENDROY            48.06N 112.67W
03/22/2015  M61 MPH          TETON              MT   MESONET

0521 AM     NON-TSTM WND GST 8 SE EAST GLACIER PARK  48.37N 113.10W
03/22/2015  M65 MPH          GLACIER            MT   MESONET


&&

$$

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000
NOUS43 KGLD 221200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT SUN MAR 22 2015

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

IN 1935, ONE OF WORST DUST STORMS IN WICHITA COUNTY, KANSAS, BEGAN.
THE STORM STRUCK AROUND 5 PM IN THE AFTERNOON. AS THE DIRT BLEW, A
SUDDEN DARKNESS FELL ON THE COUNTY. EVERYONE REMAINED INDOORS
UNTIL 11 PM WHEN WINDS RELAXED ENOUGH TO ALLOW DUST TO SETTLE.

IN 1957, A THREE DAY BLIZZARD BEGAN ACROSS THE TRI STATE AREA.
SNOW DRIFTED TO 10 TO 25 FEET. THIRTY TO FIFTY MPH WINDS BLEW FOR
THREE DAYS, AND A UNION PACIFIC PASSENGER TRAIN WAS STRANDED NEAR
WINONA KANSAS. IT WAS THREE DAYS BEFORE HELICOPTERS WERE ABLE TO
EVACUATE THE TRAPPED PASSENGERS. FUEL AND FEED WERE ALSO DROPPED TO
MANY ISOLATED FARM HOUSES AND HUNGRY CATTLE, BUT
OVERALL, LIVESTOCK LOSS WAS REPORTED LIGHT.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 221200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT SUN MAR 22 2015

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

IN 1935, ONE OF WORST DUST STORMS IN WICHITA COUNTY, KANSAS, BEGAN.
THE STORM STRUCK AROUND 5 PM IN THE AFTERNOON. AS THE DIRT BLEW, A
SUDDEN DARKNESS FELL ON THE COUNTY. EVERYONE REMAINED INDOORS
UNTIL 11 PM WHEN WINDS RELAXED ENOUGH TO ALLOW DUST TO SETTLE.

IN 1957, A THREE DAY BLIZZARD BEGAN ACROSS THE TRI STATE AREA.
SNOW DRIFTED TO 10 TO 25 FEET. THIRTY TO FIFTY MPH WINDS BLEW FOR
THREE DAYS, AND A UNION PACIFIC PASSENGER TRAIN WAS STRANDED NEAR
WINONA KANSAS. IT WAS THREE DAYS BEFORE HELICOPTERS WERE ABLE TO
EVACUATE THE TRAPPED PASSENGERS. FUEL AND FEED WERE ALSO DROPPED TO
MANY ISOLATED FARM HOUSES AND HUNGRY CATTLE, BUT
OVERALL, LIVESTOCK LOSS WAS REPORTED LIGHT.

$$



000
NOUS43 KGLD 221200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT SUN MAR 22 2015

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

IN 1935, ONE OF WORST DUST STORMS IN WICHITA COUNTY, KANSAS, BEGAN.
THE STORM STRUCK AROUND 5 PM IN THE AFTERNOON. AS THE DIRT BLEW, A
SUDDEN DARKNESS FELL ON THE COUNTY. EVERYONE REMAINED INDOORS
UNTIL 11 PM WHEN WINDS RELAXED ENOUGH TO ALLOW DUST TO SETTLE.

IN 1957, A THREE DAY BLIZZARD BEGAN ACROSS THE TRI STATE AREA.
SNOW DRIFTED TO 10 TO 25 FEET. THIRTY TO FIFTY MPH WINDS BLEW FOR
THREE DAYS, AND A UNION PACIFIC PASSENGER TRAIN WAS STRANDED NEAR
WINONA KANSAS. IT WAS THREE DAYS BEFORE HELICOPTERS WERE ABLE TO
EVACUATE THE TRAPPED PASSENGERS. FUEL AND FEED WERE ALSO DROPPED TO
MANY ISOLATED FARM HOUSES AND HUNGRY CATTLE, BUT
OVERALL, LIVESTOCK LOSS WAS REPORTED LIGHT.

$$


000
NOUS45 KPUB 212226
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-212326

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
426 PM MDT SAT MAR 21 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 68
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 31
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 64
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 31
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 60
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 25
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0


$$



000
NOUS45 KPUB 212226
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-212326

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
426 PM MDT SAT MAR 21 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 68
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 31
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 64
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 31
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 60
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 25
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0


$$



000
NOUS45 KPUB 212226
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-212326

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
426 PM MDT SAT MAR 21 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 68
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 31
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 64
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 31
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 60
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 25
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0


$$



000
NOUS45 KPUB 212226
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-212326

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
426 PM MDT SAT MAR 21 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 68
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 31
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 64
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 31
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 60
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 25
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0


$$



000
NOUS45 KPUB 212226
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-212326

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
426 PM MDT SAT MAR 21 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 68
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 31
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 64
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 31
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 60
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 25
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0


$$


000
NOUS45 KBOU 212202
PNSBOU

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
402 PM MDT SAT MAR 21 2015

DURING THIS COLORADO FLOOD SAFETY AND WILDFIRE PREPAREDNESS
WEEK...WE HAVE PRESENTED INFORMATION TO YOU ON HOW TO STAY SAFE
AND MINIMIZE PROPERTY DAMAGE IN OUR EFFORT TO BUILD A WEATHER
READY NATION THROUGH COMMUNITY RESILIENCE.

TO OBTAIN INFORMATION ON HOW TO BETTER PROTECT YOUR LIFE AND
PROPERTY IN THE FACE OF FLOOD AND WILDFIRE THREATS...GO TO THIS
WEB PAGE...

HTTP://WWW.CRH.NOAA.GOV/BOU/?N=FLOOD_WILDFIRE_AWARENESS_2015

$$

JIM PRINGLE
WARNING COORDINATION METEOROLOGIST
NOAA NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
GRAND JUNCTION CO


000
NOUS45 KBOU 212202
PNSBOU

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
402 PM MDT SAT MAR 21 2015

DURING THIS COLORADO FLOOD SAFETY AND WILDFIRE PREPAREDNESS
WEEK...WE HAVE PRESENTED INFORMATION TO YOU ON HOW TO STAY SAFE
AND MINIMIZE PROPERTY DAMAGE IN OUR EFFORT TO BUILD A WEATHER
READY NATION THROUGH COMMUNITY RESILIENCE.

TO OBTAIN INFORMATION ON HOW TO BETTER PROTECT YOUR LIFE AND
PROPERTY IN THE FACE OF FLOOD AND WILDFIRE THREATS...GO TO THIS
WEB PAGE...

HTTP://WWW.CRH.NOAA.GOV/BOU/?N=FLOOD_WILDFIRE_AWARENESS_2015

$$

JIM PRINGLE
WARNING COORDINATION METEOROLOGIST
NOAA NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
GRAND JUNCTION CO


000
NOUS43 KSGF 211432
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-221431

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
931 AM CDT SAT MAR 21 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Douglas   Ava                    63  37   0.00
Morgan    Gravois Mills          60  48   0.00
Webster   Niangua                61  38   0.00
Barry     Roaring River SP       M   37   0.00
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            62  39   0.00
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            62  39   0.00
Benton    Edwards 6W             64  41   0.00

$$



Frye


000
NOUS43 KSGF 211432
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-221431

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
931 AM CDT SAT MAR 21 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Douglas   Ava                    63  37   0.00
Morgan    Gravois Mills          60  48   0.00
Webster   Niangua                61  38   0.00
Barry     Roaring River SP       M   37   0.00
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            62  39   0.00
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            62  39   0.00
Benton    Edwards 6W             64  41   0.00

$$



Frye


000
NOUS43 KSGF 211432
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-221431

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
931 AM CDT SAT MAR 21 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Douglas   Ava                    63  37   0.00
Morgan    Gravois Mills          60  48   0.00
Webster   Niangua                61  38   0.00
Barry     Roaring River SP       M   37   0.00
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            62  39   0.00
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            62  39   0.00
Benton    Edwards 6W             64  41   0.00

$$



Frye



000
NOUS43 KSGF 211432
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-221431

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
931 AM CDT SAT MAR 21 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Douglas   Ava                    63  37   0.00
Morgan    Gravois Mills          60  48   0.00
Webster   Niangua                61  38   0.00
Barry     Roaring River SP       M   37   0.00
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            62  39   0.00
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            62  39   0.00
Benton    Edwards 6W             64  41   0.00

$$



Frye



000
NOUS43 KGLD 211200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT SAT MAR 21 2015

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

IN 1916, ONE OF THE WORST PRAIRIE FIRES IN SHERMAN COUNTY HISTORY SWEPT
TO THE EDGE OF GOODLAND AFTER BLACKENING MILES OF PASTURE LAND. THE FIRE
BEGAN 18 MILES NORTHWEST OF GOODLAND. NORTH WINDS WHICH GUSTED TO
50 MPH PUSHED TO FIRE TO CITY LIMITS OF GOODLAND. ALMOST EVERY MAN IN
GOODLAND, NUMBERING ABOUT 500, FOUGHT THE FIRE. WOMEN IN TOWN USED
GARDEN HOSES TO SOAK THEIR HOUSES. TENS OF THOUSANDS OF ACRES OF
GRASS, FARM STRUCTURES AND EQUIPMENT, AND TELEPHONE POLES WERE
DESTROYED BEFORE THE FIRE WAS EXTINGUISHED.

IN 1935, A DUST STORM CONTINUED OVER WESTERN KANSAS, ESPECIALLY
OVER GREELEY COUNTY. TWO YOUNG BROTHERS, WHO HAD GONE TO RETRIEVE
SOME CATTLE, BECAME LOST DURING THE DUST STORM. THEY DRIFTED WITH THE
CATTLE FOR A TIME, AND THEN RESTED BESIDE A FENCE. THE BOYS SPENT OVER
SIX HOURS IN THE DUST STORM BEFORE THEIR FATHER FOUND THEM AROUND
11:30 PM THAT NIGHT. THE OLDER BOY PROTECTED HIS YOUNGER BROTHER BY
USING HIS BODY AS A SHIELD. BOTH BOYS SURVIVED, BUT WERE COVERED
IN DUST AND DIRT.

$$



000
NOUS45 KBOU 211200
PNSBOU

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
600 AM MDT SAT MAR 21 2015

DURING THIS COLORADO FLOOD SAFETY AND WILDFIRE PREPAREDNESS
WEEK...WE HAVE PRESENTED INFORMATION TO YOU ON HOW TO STAY SAFE
AND MINIMIZE PROPERTY DAMAGE IN OUR EFFORT TO BUILD A WEATHER
READY NATION THROUGH COMMUNITY RESILIENCE.

TO OBTAIN INFORMATION ON HOW TO BETTER PROTECT YOUR LIFE AND
PROPERTY IN THE FACE OF FLOOD AND WILDFIRE THREATS...GO TO THIS
WEB PAGE...

HTTP://WWW.CRH.NOAA.GOV/BOU/?N=FLOOD_WILDFIRE_AWARENESS_2015

$$

JIM PRINGLE
WARNING COORDINATION METEOROLOGIST
NOAA NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
GRAND JUNCTION CO


000
NOUS43 KGLD 211200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT SAT MAR 21 2015

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

IN 1916, ONE OF THE WORST PRAIRIE FIRES IN SHERMAN COUNTY HISTORY SWEPT
TO THE EDGE OF GOODLAND AFTER BLACKENING MILES OF PASTURE LAND. THE FIRE
BEGAN 18 MILES NORTHWEST OF GOODLAND. NORTH WINDS WHICH GUSTED TO
50 MPH PUSHED TO FIRE TO CITY LIMITS OF GOODLAND. ALMOST EVERY MAN IN
GOODLAND, NUMBERING ABOUT 500, FOUGHT THE FIRE. WOMEN IN TOWN USED
GARDEN HOSES TO SOAK THEIR HOUSES. TENS OF THOUSANDS OF ACRES OF
GRASS, FARM STRUCTURES AND EQUIPMENT, AND TELEPHONE POLES WERE
DESTROYED BEFORE THE FIRE WAS EXTINGUISHED.

IN 1935, A DUST STORM CONTINUED OVER WESTERN KANSAS, ESPECIALLY
OVER GREELEY COUNTY. TWO YOUNG BROTHERS, WHO HAD GONE TO RETRIEVE
SOME CATTLE, BECAME LOST DURING THE DUST STORM. THEY DRIFTED WITH THE
CATTLE FOR A TIME, AND THEN RESTED BESIDE A FENCE. THE BOYS SPENT OVER
SIX HOURS IN THE DUST STORM BEFORE THEIR FATHER FOUND THEM AROUND
11:30 PM THAT NIGHT. THE OLDER BOY PROTECTED HIS YOUNGER BROTHER BY
USING HIS BODY AS A SHIELD. BOTH BOYS SURVIVED, BUT WERE COVERED
IN DUST AND DIRT.

$$



000
NOUS45 KBOU 211200
PNSBOU

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
600 AM MDT SAT MAR 21 2015

DURING THIS COLORADO FLOOD SAFETY AND WILDFIRE PREPAREDNESS
WEEK...WE HAVE PRESENTED INFORMATION TO YOU ON HOW TO STAY SAFE
AND MINIMIZE PROPERTY DAMAGE IN OUR EFFORT TO BUILD A WEATHER
READY NATION THROUGH COMMUNITY RESILIENCE.

TO OBTAIN INFORMATION ON HOW TO BETTER PROTECT YOUR LIFE AND
PROPERTY IN THE FACE OF FLOOD AND WILDFIRE THREATS...GO TO THIS
WEB PAGE...

HTTP://WWW.CRH.NOAA.GOV/BOU/?N=FLOOD_WILDFIRE_AWARENESS_2015

$$

JIM PRINGLE
WARNING COORDINATION METEOROLOGIST
NOAA NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
GRAND JUNCTION CO


000
NOUS43 KGLD 211200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT SAT MAR 21 2015

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

IN 1916, ONE OF THE WORST PRAIRIE FIRES IN SHERMAN COUNTY HISTORY SWEPT
TO THE EDGE OF GOODLAND AFTER BLACKENING MILES OF PASTURE LAND. THE FIRE
BEGAN 18 MILES NORTHWEST OF GOODLAND. NORTH WINDS WHICH GUSTED TO
50 MPH PUSHED TO FIRE TO CITY LIMITS OF GOODLAND. ALMOST EVERY MAN IN
GOODLAND, NUMBERING ABOUT 500, FOUGHT THE FIRE. WOMEN IN TOWN USED
GARDEN HOSES TO SOAK THEIR HOUSES. TENS OF THOUSANDS OF ACRES OF
GRASS, FARM STRUCTURES AND EQUIPMENT, AND TELEPHONE POLES WERE
DESTROYED BEFORE THE FIRE WAS EXTINGUISHED.

IN 1935, A DUST STORM CONTINUED OVER WESTERN KANSAS, ESPECIALLY
OVER GREELEY COUNTY. TWO YOUNG BROTHERS, WHO HAD GONE TO RETRIEVE
SOME CATTLE, BECAME LOST DURING THE DUST STORM. THEY DRIFTED WITH THE
CATTLE FOR A TIME, AND THEN RESTED BESIDE A FENCE. THE BOYS SPENT OVER
SIX HOURS IN THE DUST STORM BEFORE THEIR FATHER FOUND THEM AROUND
11:30 PM THAT NIGHT. THE OLDER BOY PROTECTED HIS YOUNGER BROTHER BY
USING HIS BODY AS A SHIELD. BOTH BOYS SURVIVED, BUT WERE COVERED
IN DUST AND DIRT.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 211200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT SAT MAR 21 2015

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

IN 1916, ONE OF THE WORST PRAIRIE FIRES IN SHERMAN COUNTY HISTORY SWEPT
TO THE EDGE OF GOODLAND AFTER BLACKENING MILES OF PASTURE LAND. THE FIRE
BEGAN 18 MILES NORTHWEST OF GOODLAND. NORTH WINDS WHICH GUSTED TO
50 MPH PUSHED TO FIRE TO CITY LIMITS OF GOODLAND. ALMOST EVERY MAN IN
GOODLAND, NUMBERING ABOUT 500, FOUGHT THE FIRE. WOMEN IN TOWN USED
GARDEN HOSES TO SOAK THEIR HOUSES. TENS OF THOUSANDS OF ACRES OF
GRASS, FARM STRUCTURES AND EQUIPMENT, AND TELEPHONE POLES WERE
DESTROYED BEFORE THE FIRE WAS EXTINGUISHED.

IN 1935, A DUST STORM CONTINUED OVER WESTERN KANSAS, ESPECIALLY
OVER GREELEY COUNTY. TWO YOUNG BROTHERS, WHO HAD GONE TO RETRIEVE
SOME CATTLE, BECAME LOST DURING THE DUST STORM. THEY DRIFTED WITH THE
CATTLE FOR A TIME, AND THEN RESTED BESIDE A FENCE. THE BOYS SPENT OVER
SIX HOURS IN THE DUST STORM BEFORE THEIR FATHER FOUND THEM AROUND
11:30 PM THAT NIGHT. THE OLDER BOY PROTECTED HIS YOUNGER BROTHER BY
USING HIS BODY AS A SHIELD. BOTH BOYS SURVIVED, BUT WERE COVERED
IN DUST AND DIRT.

$$



000
NOUS45 KBOU 211200
PNSBOU

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
600 AM MDT SAT MAR 21 2015

DURING THIS COLORADO FLOOD SAFETY AND WILDFIRE PREPAREDNESS
WEEK...WE HAVE PRESENTED INFORMATION TO YOU ON HOW TO STAY SAFE
AND MINIMIZE PROPERTY DAMAGE IN OUR EFFORT TO BUILD A WEATHER
READY NATION THROUGH COMMUNITY RESILIENCE.

TO OBTAIN INFORMATION ON HOW TO BETTER PROTECT YOUR LIFE AND
PROPERTY IN THE FACE OF FLOOD AND WILDFIRE THREATS...GO TO THIS
WEB PAGE...

HTTP://WWW.CRH.NOAA.GOV/BOU/?N=FLOOD_WILDFIRE_AWARENESS_2015

$$

JIM PRINGLE
WARNING COORDINATION METEOROLOGIST
NOAA NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
GRAND JUNCTION CO


000
NOUS43 KGLD 211200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT SAT MAR 21 2015

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

IN 1916, ONE OF THE WORST PRAIRIE FIRES IN SHERMAN COUNTY HISTORY SWEPT
TO THE EDGE OF GOODLAND AFTER BLACKENING MILES OF PASTURE LAND. THE FIRE
BEGAN 18 MILES NORTHWEST OF GOODLAND. NORTH WINDS WHICH GUSTED TO
50 MPH PUSHED TO FIRE TO CITY LIMITS OF GOODLAND. ALMOST EVERY MAN IN
GOODLAND, NUMBERING ABOUT 500, FOUGHT THE FIRE. WOMEN IN TOWN USED
GARDEN HOSES TO SOAK THEIR HOUSES. TENS OF THOUSANDS OF ACRES OF
GRASS, FARM STRUCTURES AND EQUIPMENT, AND TELEPHONE POLES WERE
DESTROYED BEFORE THE FIRE WAS EXTINGUISHED.

IN 1935, A DUST STORM CONTINUED OVER WESTERN KANSAS, ESPECIALLY
OVER GREELEY COUNTY. TWO YOUNG BROTHERS, WHO HAD GONE TO RETRIEVE
SOME CATTLE, BECAME LOST DURING THE DUST STORM. THEY DRIFTED WITH THE
CATTLE FOR A TIME, AND THEN RESTED BESIDE A FENCE. THE BOYS SPENT OVER
SIX HOURS IN THE DUST STORM BEFORE THEIR FATHER FOUND THEM AROUND
11:30 PM THAT NIGHT. THE OLDER BOY PROTECTED HIS YOUNGER BROTHER BY
USING HIS BODY AS A SHIELD. BOTH BOYS SURVIVED, BUT WERE COVERED
IN DUST AND DIRT.

$$


000
NOUS45 KPUB 202227
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-202327

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
427 PM MDT FRI MAR 20 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 65
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 31
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 61
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 30
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 55
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 30
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0


$$



000
NOUS45 KPUB 202227
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-202327

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
427 PM MDT FRI MAR 20 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 65
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 31
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 61
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 30
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 55
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 30
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0


$$


000
NOUS45 KPUB 202227
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-202327

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
427 PM MDT FRI MAR 20 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 65
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 31
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 61
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 30
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 55
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 30
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0


$$



000
NOUS45 KPUB 202227
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-202327

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
427 PM MDT FRI MAR 20 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 65
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 31
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 61
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 30
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 55
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 30
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0


$$


000
NOUS45 KBOU 202155
PNSBOU

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
355 PM MDT FRI MAR 20 2015

TODAYS TOPIC DURING THIS FLOOD AND SAFETY AND WILDFIRE
PREPAREDNESS WEEK IS WILDFIRE SAFETY AND MITIGATION.

DURING PERIODS OF EXTREME FIRE DANGER IN FORESTS AND RANGELANDS...

...YOU SHOULD AVOID BEING IN AREAS WHERE YOU MIGHT BECOME TRAPPED
BY A WILDFIRE.

...YOU SHOULD AVOID THE USE OF MATCHES OR ANYTHING ELSE WHICH
COULD IGNITE A FIRE.

...MAKE SURE THAT HOT PARTS OF MOTORIZED EQUIPMENT...SUCH AS
MUFFLERS...ARE NOT ALLOWED TO COME IN CONTACT WITH DRY GRASSES OR
OTHER POTENTIALLY FLAMMABLE MATERIAL.

IF YOU BECOME TRAPPED OR CUT OFF BY A WILDFIRE...SEEK SHELTER IN
AREAS WITH LITTLE OR NO FUEL...SUCH AS ROCK SLIDE AREAS OR LAKES.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON WILDFIRES AND WILDFIRE SAFETY...GO TO THIS
WEB PAGE...

HTTP://WWW.CRH.NOAA.GOV/BOU/?N-FLOOD_WILDFIRE_AWARENESS_2015

$$

JIM PRINGLE
WARNING COORDINATION METEOROLOGIST
WFO GRAND JUNCTION CO


000
NOUS45 KTFX 201847
PNSTFX

Public Information Statement
National Weather Service Great Falls, MT
1250 pm MDT Friday March 20 2015

The National Weather Service in Great Falls, MT is recognizing March
16 through March 20 as Flood Safety Awareness Week. Each day during
the awareness week will feature information about a different flood
related topic.

Be Aware: Recent mild weather has lulled many Montanans into a false
sense of security regarding the potential for spring flooding. We
are moving into our snowmelt runoff season, as well as our wettest
months of the year. These warm and dry conditions could quickly
change putting you at a risk for flooding. Take advantage of the
mild weather to prepare for potential flooding. You can always find
the latest forecasts and hazardous weather conditions at
weather.gov/greatfalls and the latest river forecast information at
water.weather.gov. If you?re not on your computer, you can access
the same information via your mobile device at
http://mobile.weather.gov.


Wireless Emergency Alerts are life saving messages that will pop up
on your mobile phone when you are in a geographic area that is under
a Flash Flood Warning. Visit www.weather.gov/wirelessalerts for more
information. Another tool to alert you to hazardous conditions is
NOAA All Hazards Radio. This nationwide network of radio stations
broadcasts continuous weather, river and other emergency information
direct from NWS offices and emergency officials. For more
information, visit www.nws.noaa.gov/nwr/


$$



000
NOUS45 KTFX 201847
PNSTFX

Public Information Statement
National Weather Service Great Falls, MT
1250 pm MDT Friday March 20 2015

The National Weather Service in Great Falls, MT is recognizing March
16 through March 20 as Flood Safety Awareness Week. Each day during
the awareness week will feature information about a different flood
related topic.

Be Aware: Recent mild weather has lulled many Montanans into a false
sense of security regarding the potential for spring flooding. We
are moving into our snowmelt runoff season, as well as our wettest
months of the year. These warm and dry conditions could quickly
change putting you at a risk for flooding. Take advantage of the
mild weather to prepare for potential flooding. You can always find
the latest forecasts and hazardous weather conditions at
weather.gov/greatfalls and the latest river forecast information at
water.weather.gov. If you?re not on your computer, you can access
the same information via your mobile device at
http://mobile.weather.gov.


Wireless Emergency Alerts are life saving messages that will pop up
on your mobile phone when you are in a geographic area that is under
a Flash Flood Warning. Visit www.weather.gov/wirelessalerts for more
information. Another tool to alert you to hazardous conditions is
NOAA All Hazards Radio. This nationwide network of radio stations
broadcasts continuous weather, river and other emergency information
direct from NWS offices and emergency officials. For more
information, visit www.nws.noaa.gov/nwr/


$$



000
NOUS45 KTFX 201847
PNSTFX

Public Information Statement
National Weather Service Great Falls, MT
1250 pm MDT Friday March 20 2015

The National Weather Service in Great Falls, MT is recognizing March
16 through March 20 as Flood Safety Awareness Week. Each day during
the awareness week will feature information about a different flood
related topic.

Be Aware: Recent mild weather has lulled many Montanans into a false
sense of security regarding the potential for spring flooding. We
are moving into our snowmelt runoff season, as well as our wettest
months of the year. These warm and dry conditions could quickly
change putting you at a risk for flooding. Take advantage of the
mild weather to prepare for potential flooding. You can always find
the latest forecasts and hazardous weather conditions at
weather.gov/greatfalls and the latest river forecast information at
water.weather.gov. If you?re not on your computer, you can access
the same information via your mobile device at
http://mobile.weather.gov.


Wireless Emergency Alerts are life saving messages that will pop up
on your mobile phone when you are in a geographic area that is under
a Flash Flood Warning. Visit www.weather.gov/wirelessalerts for more
information. Another tool to alert you to hazardous conditions is
NOAA All Hazards Radio. This nationwide network of radio stations
broadcasts continuous weather, river and other emergency information
direct from NWS offices and emergency officials. For more
information, visit www.nws.noaa.gov/nwr/


$$




000
NOUS45 KTFX 201847
PNSTFX

Public Information Statement
National Weather Service Great Falls, MT
1250 pm MDT Friday March 20 2015

The National Weather Service in Great Falls, MT is recognizing March
16 through March 20 as Flood Safety Awareness Week. Each day during
the awareness week will feature information about a different flood
related topic.

Be Aware: Recent mild weather has lulled many Montanans into a false
sense of security regarding the potential for spring flooding. We
are moving into our snowmelt runoff season, as well as our wettest
months of the year. These warm and dry conditions could quickly
change putting you at a risk for flooding. Take advantage of the
mild weather to prepare for potential flooding. You can always find
the latest forecasts and hazardous weather conditions at
weather.gov/greatfalls and the latest river forecast information at
water.weather.gov. If you?re not on your computer, you can access
the same information via your mobile device at
http://mobile.weather.gov.


Wireless Emergency Alerts are life saving messages that will pop up
on your mobile phone when you are in a geographic area that is under
a Flash Flood Warning. Visit www.weather.gov/wirelessalerts for more
information. Another tool to alert you to hazardous conditions is
NOAA All Hazards Radio. This nationwide network of radio stations
broadcasts continuous weather, river and other emergency information
direct from NWS offices and emergency officials. For more
information, visit www.nws.noaa.gov/nwr/


$$




000
NOUS46 KSGX 201627
PNSSGX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SAN DIEGO CA
925 AM PDT FRI MAR 20 2015

...VOLUNTEER PRECIPITATION OBSERVERS NEEDED IN CALIFORNIA...

NUMEROUS LOCATIONS AROUND CALIFORNIA...ESPECIALLY IN THE MOUNTAINS
AND DESERTS...LACK VALUABLE PRECIPITATION REPORTING.
COCORAHS...WHICH STANDS FOR COMMUNITY COLLABORATIVE RAIN HAIL AND
SNOW NETWORK...IS A NON-PROFIT GROUP OF VOLUNTEER PRECIPITATION
OBSERVERS. THEY REPORT RAIN...HAIL AND SNOW...IN ADDITION TO ANY
SIGNIFICANT WEATHER AS IT OCCURS. ANYONE CAN JOIN...AND IT IS EASY
TO REPORT THE INFORMATION. ALL THAT IS NEEDED IS A 4-INCH RAIN
GAUGE...THE INTERNET...AND A FEW MINUTES EACH DAY.

THE WEBSITE IS EASY TO NAVIGATE AND HAS DIFFERENT INSTRUCTIONAL
MATERIALS FOR ANYONE TO LEARN HOW TO RECORD AN OBSERVATION. THE SITE
ALSO HAS DAILY MAPS OF OBSERVERS REPORTS SHOWING WHERE PRECIPITATION
FELL THE DAY BEFORE. IT IS FUN TO COMPARE THE DIFFERENT AMOUNTS OF
PRECIPITATION THAT CAN FALL IN AN AREA FROM JUST ONE STORM. NOT ONLY
IS THE INFORMATION INTERESTING TO LOOK AT...IT IS VERY VALUABLE FOR
ORGANIZATIONS SUCH AS THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE...HYDROLOGISTS...FARMERS AND MANY OTHERS.

IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN BECOMING PART OF A FUN PRECIPITATION
NETWORK FROM SCHOOL...WORK OR HOME...VISIT WWW.COCORAHS.ORG TO SIGN
UP. YOU CAN ALSO EMAIL JIMMY.TAEGER@NOAA.GOV WITH ANY QUESTIONS.
JOIN COCORAHS TODAY!

CONTACT INFORMATION
JIMMY TAEGER
METEOROLOGIST - NWS SAN DIEGO
CALIFORNIA COCORAHS STATE CO-COORDINATOR
EMAIL: JIMMY.TAEGER@NOAA.GOV
PHONE: 858-675-8700


000
NOUS46 KSGX 201627
PNSSGX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SAN DIEGO CA
925 AM PDT FRI MAR 20 2015

...VOLUNTEER PRECIPITATION OBSERVERS NEEDED IN CALIFORNIA...

NUMEROUS LOCATIONS AROUND CALIFORNIA...ESPECIALLY IN THE MOUNTAINS
AND DESERTS...LACK VALUABLE PRECIPITATION REPORTING.
COCORAHS...WHICH STANDS FOR COMMUNITY COLLABORATIVE RAIN HAIL AND
SNOW NETWORK...IS A NON-PROFIT GROUP OF VOLUNTEER PRECIPITATION
OBSERVERS. THEY REPORT RAIN...HAIL AND SNOW...IN ADDITION TO ANY
SIGNIFICANT WEATHER AS IT OCCURS. ANYONE CAN JOIN...AND IT IS EASY
TO REPORT THE INFORMATION. ALL THAT IS NEEDED IS A 4-INCH RAIN
GAUGE...THE INTERNET...AND A FEW MINUTES EACH DAY.

THE WEBSITE IS EASY TO NAVIGATE AND HAS DIFFERENT INSTRUCTIONAL
MATERIALS FOR ANYONE TO LEARN HOW TO RECORD AN OBSERVATION. THE SITE
ALSO HAS DAILY MAPS OF OBSERVERS REPORTS SHOWING WHERE PRECIPITATION
FELL THE DAY BEFORE. IT IS FUN TO COMPARE THE DIFFERENT AMOUNTS OF
PRECIPITATION THAT CAN FALL IN AN AREA FROM JUST ONE STORM. NOT ONLY
IS THE INFORMATION INTERESTING TO LOOK AT...IT IS VERY VALUABLE FOR
ORGANIZATIONS SUCH AS THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE...HYDROLOGISTS...FARMERS AND MANY OTHERS.

IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN BECOMING PART OF A FUN PRECIPITATION
NETWORK FROM SCHOOL...WORK OR HOME...VISIT WWW.COCORAHS.ORG TO SIGN
UP. YOU CAN ALSO EMAIL JIMMY.TAEGER@NOAA.GOV WITH ANY QUESTIONS.
JOIN COCORAHS TODAY!

CONTACT INFORMATION
JIMMY TAEGER
METEOROLOGIST - NWS SAN DIEGO
CALIFORNIA COCORAHS STATE CO-COORDINATOR
EMAIL: JIMMY.TAEGER@NOAA.GOV
PHONE: 858-675-8700



000
NOUS46 KSGX 201627
PNSSGX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SAN DIEGO CA
925 AM PDT FRI MAR 20 2015

...VOLUNTEER PRECIPITATION OBSERVERS NEEDED IN CALIFORNIA...

NUMEROUS LOCATIONS AROUND CALIFORNIA...ESPECIALLY IN THE MOUNTAINS
AND DESERTS...LACK VALUABLE PRECIPITATION REPORTING.
COCORAHS...WHICH STANDS FOR COMMUNITY COLLABORATIVE RAIN HAIL AND
SNOW NETWORK...IS A NON-PROFIT GROUP OF VOLUNTEER PRECIPITATION
OBSERVERS. THEY REPORT RAIN...HAIL AND SNOW...IN ADDITION TO ANY
SIGNIFICANT WEATHER AS IT OCCURS. ANYONE CAN JOIN...AND IT IS EASY
TO REPORT THE INFORMATION. ALL THAT IS NEEDED IS A 4-INCH RAIN
GAUGE...THE INTERNET...AND A FEW MINUTES EACH DAY.

THE WEBSITE IS EASY TO NAVIGATE AND HAS DIFFERENT INSTRUCTIONAL
MATERIALS FOR ANYONE TO LEARN HOW TO RECORD AN OBSERVATION. THE SITE
ALSO HAS DAILY MAPS OF OBSERVERS REPORTS SHOWING WHERE PRECIPITATION
FELL THE DAY BEFORE. IT IS FUN TO COMPARE THE DIFFERENT AMOUNTS OF
PRECIPITATION THAT CAN FALL IN AN AREA FROM JUST ONE STORM. NOT ONLY
IS THE INFORMATION INTERESTING TO LOOK AT...IT IS VERY VALUABLE FOR
ORGANIZATIONS SUCH AS THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE...HYDROLOGISTS...FARMERS AND MANY OTHERS.

IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN BECOMING PART OF A FUN PRECIPITATION
NETWORK FROM SCHOOL...WORK OR HOME...VISIT WWW.COCORAHS.ORG TO SIGN
UP. YOU CAN ALSO EMAIL JIMMY.TAEGER@NOAA.GOV WITH ANY QUESTIONS.
JOIN COCORAHS TODAY!

CONTACT INFORMATION
JIMMY TAEGER
METEOROLOGIST - NWS SAN DIEGO
CALIFORNIA COCORAHS STATE CO-COORDINATOR
EMAIL: JIMMY.TAEGER@NOAA.GOV
PHONE: 858-675-8700



000
NOUS41 KWBC 201541
PNSWSH

Service Change Notice 15-15
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
1142 AM EDT Fri Mar 20 2015

To:       Subscribers
          -Family of Services
          -NOAA Weather Wire Service
          -Emergency Managers Weather Information Network
          -NOAAPORT
          Other NWS Partners and Employees

From:     Dave DeWitt
          Director, Climate Prediction Center

Subject:  Change of the Release Date of the Monthly El Nino
          /Southern Oscillation (ENSO) Diagnostics Discussion
          Effective May 2015

The Climate Prediction Center will change the release date of the
monthly ENSO Diagnostics Discussion (EDD) effective May 2015.
Currently, the EDD is normally released at 9:00 AM Eastern Local
Time (ELT) on the first Thursday after the first Monday of each
month. The new normal release date will be at 9:00 AM ELT on the
second Thursday of the month (e.g., on May 14, 2015, instead of
May 7, 2015).

The current early release date has resulted in the forecast team
relying on model forecasts that is often one month old. With the
development of the North American Multi-Model Ensemble (NMME)
System, forecasts for ENSO are now available from 7 different
models by Day 6 of the month. Delaying the release of the product
by a few days ensures the forecast uses the latest model data.

The ENSO Diagnostics Discussion is available online at:

http://www.cpc.ncep.noaa.gov/products/analysis_monitoring/enso_ad
visory/index.shtml

For more information, please contact:

  Mike Halpert
  Deputy Director, Climate Prediction Center
  College Park, MD 20740
  301-683-3427
  Mike.halpert@noaa.gov

National Service Change Notices are online at:

  http://www.nws.noaa.gov/om/notif.htm

$$



000
NOUS42 KILM 201533
PNSILM

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WILMINGTON NC
1000 AM EDT FRI MARCH 20 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED MAR 15TH THROUGH MARCH
21ST AS FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK. MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY...DAILY
STATEMENTS WILL FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A DIFFERENT FLOOD RELATED
TOPIC.

TODAYS TOPIC...KNOW THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A WATCH AND A WARNING.  IT IS VITAL TO YOUR
SAFETY TO KNOW THE DIFFERENCE.

BE AWARE.  KNOWING WHEN FLOODING IS POSSIBLE WILL GIVE YOU TIME TO
PREPARE. YOU CAN ALWAYS FIND THE LATEST FORECASTS AND INFORMATION
ABOUT HAZARDOUS WEATHER CONDITIONS AT WEATHER.GOV/ILM .  THE LATEST
RIVER FORECAST INFORMATION IS AT
WATER.WEATHER.GOV/AHPS2/INDEX.PHP?WFO=ILM . IF YOU ARE NOT ON YOUR
COMPUTER...YOU CAN ACCESS THE SAME INFORMATION FROM YOUR MOBILE
DEVICE AT MOBILE.WEATHER.GOV.

WIRELESS EMERGENCY ALERTS ARE LIFE SAVING MESSAGES THAT WILL POP UP
ON YOUR MOBILE PHONE WHEN YOUR ARE IN AN AREA UNDER A FLASH FLOOD
WARNING.  VISIT WEATHER.GOV/WIRELESSALERTS FOR MORE INFORMATION.
ANOTHER TOOL TO ALERT YOU TO HAZARDOUS CONDITIONS IS NOAA WEATHER
RADIO ALL HAZARDS.  THIS NATIONWIDE NETWORK OF RADIO STATIONS
BROADCASTS CONTINUOUS WEATHER, RIVER, AND OTHER EMERGENCY
INFORMATION DIRECT FROM NWS OFFICES AND EMERGENCY OFFICIALS.  FOR
MORE INFORMATION, VISIT WEATHER.GOV/NWR.

$$

47



000
NOUS42 KILM 201533
PNSILM

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WILMINGTON NC
1000 AM EDT FRI MARCH 20 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED MAR 15TH THROUGH MARCH
21ST AS FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK. MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY...DAILY
STATEMENTS WILL FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A DIFFERENT FLOOD RELATED
TOPIC.

TODAYS TOPIC...KNOW THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A WATCH AND A WARNING.  IT IS VITAL TO YOUR
SAFETY TO KNOW THE DIFFERENCE.

BE AWARE.  KNOWING WHEN FLOODING IS POSSIBLE WILL GIVE YOU TIME TO
PREPARE. YOU CAN ALWAYS FIND THE LATEST FORECASTS AND INFORMATION
ABOUT HAZARDOUS WEATHER CONDITIONS AT WEATHER.GOV/ILM .  THE LATEST
RIVER FORECAST INFORMATION IS AT
WATER.WEATHER.GOV/AHPS2/INDEX.PHP?WFO=ILM . IF YOU ARE NOT ON YOUR
COMPUTER...YOU CAN ACCESS THE SAME INFORMATION FROM YOUR MOBILE
DEVICE AT MOBILE.WEATHER.GOV.

WIRELESS EMERGENCY ALERTS ARE LIFE SAVING MESSAGES THAT WILL POP UP
ON YOUR MOBILE PHONE WHEN YOUR ARE IN AN AREA UNDER A FLASH FLOOD
WARNING.  VISIT WEATHER.GOV/WIRELESSALERTS FOR MORE INFORMATION.
ANOTHER TOOL TO ALERT YOU TO HAZARDOUS CONDITIONS IS NOAA WEATHER
RADIO ALL HAZARDS.  THIS NATIONWIDE NETWORK OF RADIO STATIONS
BROADCASTS CONTINUOUS WEATHER, RIVER, AND OTHER EMERGENCY
INFORMATION DIRECT FROM NWS OFFICES AND EMERGENCY OFFICIALS.  FOR
MORE INFORMATION, VISIT WEATHER.GOV/NWR.

$$

47



000
NOUS43 KSGF 201422
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-211422

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
922 AM CDT FRI MAR 20 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Douglas   Ava                    48  37   0.16
Barry     Roaring River SP       48  41   0.15
Morgan    Gravois Mills          42  39   0.02
Benton    Edwards 6W             46  41   0.00
Webster   Niangua                46  36   0.09
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            48  40   0.11
Dallas    Windyville 4nw                  0.20
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            46  36   0.09
Dallas    Fair Grove 3NE         48  39   0.10
Stone     Crane 4N               41  30   0.00

$$





000
NOUS43 KSGF 201422
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-211422

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
922 AM CDT FRI MAR 20 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Douglas   Ava                    48  37   0.16
Barry     Roaring River SP       48  41   0.15
Morgan    Gravois Mills          42  39   0.02
Benton    Edwards 6W             46  41   0.00
Webster   Niangua                46  36   0.09
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            48  40   0.11
Dallas    Windyville 4nw                  0.20
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            46  36   0.09
Dallas    Fair Grove 3NE         48  39   0.10
Stone     Crane 4N               41  30   0.00

$$





000
NOUS43 KSGF 201422
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-211422

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
922 AM CDT FRI MAR 20 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Douglas   Ava                    48  37   0.16
Barry     Roaring River SP       48  41   0.15
Morgan    Gravois Mills          42  39   0.02
Benton    Edwards 6W             46  41   0.00
Webster   Niangua                46  36   0.09
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            48  40   0.11
Dallas    Windyville 4nw                  0.20
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            46  36   0.09
Dallas    Fair Grove 3NE         48  39   0.10
Stone     Crane 4N               41  30   0.00

$$





000
NOUS43 KSGF 201422
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-211422

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
922 AM CDT FRI MAR 20 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Douglas   Ava                    48  37   0.16
Barry     Roaring River SP       48  41   0.15
Morgan    Gravois Mills          42  39   0.02
Benton    Edwards 6W             46  41   0.00
Webster   Niangua                46  36   0.09
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            48  40   0.11
Dallas    Windyville 4nw                  0.20
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            46  36   0.09
Dallas    Fair Grove 3NE         48  39   0.10
Stone     Crane 4N               41  30   0.00

$$





000
NOUS43 KSGF 201422
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-211422

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
922 AM CDT FRI MAR 20 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Douglas   Ava                    48  37   0.16
Barry     Roaring River SP       48  41   0.15
Morgan    Gravois Mills          42  39   0.02
Benton    Edwards 6W             46  41   0.00
Webster   Niangua                46  36   0.09
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            48  40   0.11
Dallas    Windyville 4nw                  0.20
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            46  36   0.09
Dallas    Fair Grove 3NE         48  39   0.10
Stone     Crane 4N               41  30   0.00

$$





000
NOUS45 KPIH 201416
PNSPIH

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE POCATELLO ID
816 AM MDT FRI MAR 20 2015

MARCH 15 THROUGH MARCH 21 IS FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK IN IDAHO.

BE AWARE: KNOWING WHEN FLOODING IS POSSIBLE WILL GIVE YOU TIME TO
PREPARE! YOU CAN ALWAYS FIND THE LATEST FORECASTS AND HAZARDOUS
WEATHER CONDITIONS AT WEATHER.GOV AND THE LATEST RIVER FORECAST
INFORMATION AT WATER.WEATHER.GOV. IF YOU ARE NOT ON YOUR COMPUTER,
YOU CAN ACCESS THE SAME INFORMATION VIA YOUR MOBILE DEVICE AT
HTTP://MOBILE.WEATHER.GOV.

WIRELESS EMERGENCY ALERTS ARE LIFESAVING MESSAGES THAT WILL POP
UP ON YOUR MOBILE PHONE WHEN YOU ARE IN A GEOGRAPHIC AREA THAT IS
UNDER A FLASH FLOOD WARNING. VISIT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/WIRELESSALERTS
FOR MORE INFORMATION! ANOTHER TOOL TO ALERT YOU TO HAZARDOUS
CONDITIONS IS NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO. THIS NATIONWIDE NETWORK OF
RADIO STATIONS BROADCASTS CONTINUOUS WEATHER, RIVER AND OTHER
EMERGENCY INFORMATION DIRECT FROM NWS OFFICES AND EMERGENCY
OFFICIALS.

FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT WWW.NWS.NOAA.GOV/NWR/


$$
CBL





000
NOUS45 KPIH 201416
PNSPIH

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE POCATELLO ID
816 AM MDT FRI MAR 20 2015

MARCH 15 THROUGH MARCH 21 IS FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK IN IDAHO.

BE AWARE: KNOWING WHEN FLOODING IS POSSIBLE WILL GIVE YOU TIME TO
PREPARE! YOU CAN ALWAYS FIND THE LATEST FORECASTS AND HAZARDOUS
WEATHER CONDITIONS AT WEATHER.GOV AND THE LATEST RIVER FORECAST
INFORMATION AT WATER.WEATHER.GOV. IF YOU ARE NOT ON YOUR COMPUTER,
YOU CAN ACCESS THE SAME INFORMATION VIA YOUR MOBILE DEVICE AT
HTTP://MOBILE.WEATHER.GOV.

WIRELESS EMERGENCY ALERTS ARE LIFESAVING MESSAGES THAT WILL POP
UP ON YOUR MOBILE PHONE WHEN YOU ARE IN A GEOGRAPHIC AREA THAT IS
UNDER A FLASH FLOOD WARNING. VISIT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/WIRELESSALERTS
FOR MORE INFORMATION! ANOTHER TOOL TO ALERT YOU TO HAZARDOUS
CONDITIONS IS NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO. THIS NATIONWIDE NETWORK OF
RADIO STATIONS BROADCASTS CONTINUOUS WEATHER, RIVER AND OTHER
EMERGENCY INFORMATION DIRECT FROM NWS OFFICES AND EMERGENCY
OFFICIALS.

FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT WWW.NWS.NOAA.GOV/NWR/


$$
CBL




000
NOUS45 KPIH 201416
PNSPIH

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE POCATELLO ID
816 AM MDT FRI MAR 20 2015

MARCH 15 THROUGH MARCH 21 IS FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK IN IDAHO.

BE AWARE: KNOWING WHEN FLOODING IS POSSIBLE WILL GIVE YOU TIME TO
PREPARE! YOU CAN ALWAYS FIND THE LATEST FORECASTS AND HAZARDOUS
WEATHER CONDITIONS AT WEATHER.GOV AND THE LATEST RIVER FORECAST
INFORMATION AT WATER.WEATHER.GOV. IF YOU ARE NOT ON YOUR COMPUTER,
YOU CAN ACCESS THE SAME INFORMATION VIA YOUR MOBILE DEVICE AT
HTTP://MOBILE.WEATHER.GOV.

WIRELESS EMERGENCY ALERTS ARE LIFESAVING MESSAGES THAT WILL POP
UP ON YOUR MOBILE PHONE WHEN YOU ARE IN A GEOGRAPHIC AREA THAT IS
UNDER A FLASH FLOOD WARNING. VISIT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/WIRELESSALERTS
FOR MORE INFORMATION! ANOTHER TOOL TO ALERT YOU TO HAZARDOUS
CONDITIONS IS NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO. THIS NATIONWIDE NETWORK OF
RADIO STATIONS BROADCASTS CONTINUOUS WEATHER, RIVER AND OTHER
EMERGENCY INFORMATION DIRECT FROM NWS OFFICES AND EMERGENCY
OFFICIALS.

FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT WWW.NWS.NOAA.GOV/NWR/


$$
CBL





000
NOUS45 KPIH 201416
PNSPIH

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE POCATELLO ID
816 AM MDT FRI MAR 20 2015

MARCH 15 THROUGH MARCH 21 IS FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK IN IDAHO.

BE AWARE: KNOWING WHEN FLOODING IS POSSIBLE WILL GIVE YOU TIME TO
PREPARE! YOU CAN ALWAYS FIND THE LATEST FORECASTS AND HAZARDOUS
WEATHER CONDITIONS AT WEATHER.GOV AND THE LATEST RIVER FORECAST
INFORMATION AT WATER.WEATHER.GOV. IF YOU ARE NOT ON YOUR COMPUTER,
YOU CAN ACCESS THE SAME INFORMATION VIA YOUR MOBILE DEVICE AT
HTTP://MOBILE.WEATHER.GOV.

WIRELESS EMERGENCY ALERTS ARE LIFESAVING MESSAGES THAT WILL POP
UP ON YOUR MOBILE PHONE WHEN YOU ARE IN A GEOGRAPHIC AREA THAT IS
UNDER A FLASH FLOOD WARNING. VISIT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/WIRELESSALERTS
FOR MORE INFORMATION! ANOTHER TOOL TO ALERT YOU TO HAZARDOUS
CONDITIONS IS NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO. THIS NATIONWIDE NETWORK OF
RADIO STATIONS BROADCASTS CONTINUOUS WEATHER, RIVER AND OTHER
EMERGENCY INFORMATION DIRECT FROM NWS OFFICES AND EMERGENCY
OFFICIALS.

FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT WWW.NWS.NOAA.GOV/NWR/


$$
CBL




000
NOUS43 KLOT 201402
PNSLOT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHICAGO IL
900 AM CDT FRI MAR 20 2015

...THIS IS FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK...

BE AWARE: KNOWING WHEN FLOODING IS POSSIBLE WILL GIVE YOU TIME TO
PREPARE. YOU CAN ALWAYS FIND THE LATEST FORECASTS AND HAZARDOUS
WEATHER CONDITIONS AT WEATHER.GOV AND THE LATEST RIVER FORECAST
INFORMATION AT WATER.WEATHER.GOV. IF YOU/RE NOT ON YOUR COMPUTER...
YOU CAN ACCESS THE SAME INFORMATION VIA YOUR MOBILE DEVICE AT
MOBILE.WEATHER.GOV.

WIRELESS EMERGENCY ALERTS ARE LIFE SAVING MESSAGES THAT WILL POP UP
ON YOUR MOBILE PHONE WHEN YOU ARE IN A GEOGRAPHIC AREA THAT IS UNDER
A FLASH FLOOD WARNING. VISIT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/WIRELESSALERTS FOR MORE
INFORMATION. ANOTHER TOOL TO ALERT YOU TO HAZARDOUS CONDITIONS IS
NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO. THIS NATIONWIDE NETWORK OF RADIO STATIONS
BROADCASTS CONTINUOUS WEATHER...RIVER AND OTHER EMERGENCY
INFORMATION DIRECT FROM NWS OFFICES AND EMERGENCY OFFICIALS. FOR
MORE INFORMATION VISIT WWW.NWS.NOAA.GOV/NWR/

$$



000
NOUS43 KLOT 201402
PNSLOT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHICAGO IL
900 AM CDT FRI MAR 20 2015

...THIS IS FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK...

BE AWARE: KNOWING WHEN FLOODING IS POSSIBLE WILL GIVE YOU TIME TO
PREPARE. YOU CAN ALWAYS FIND THE LATEST FORECASTS AND HAZARDOUS
WEATHER CONDITIONS AT WEATHER.GOV AND THE LATEST RIVER FORECAST
INFORMATION AT WATER.WEATHER.GOV. IF YOU/RE NOT ON YOUR COMPUTER...
YOU CAN ACCESS THE SAME INFORMATION VIA YOUR MOBILE DEVICE AT
MOBILE.WEATHER.GOV.

WIRELESS EMERGENCY ALERTS ARE LIFE SAVING MESSAGES THAT WILL POP UP
ON YOUR MOBILE PHONE WHEN YOU ARE IN A GEOGRAPHIC AREA THAT IS UNDER
A FLASH FLOOD WARNING. VISIT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/WIRELESSALERTS FOR MORE
INFORMATION. ANOTHER TOOL TO ALERT YOU TO HAZARDOUS CONDITIONS IS
NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO. THIS NATIONWIDE NETWORK OF RADIO STATIONS
BROADCASTS CONTINUOUS WEATHER...RIVER AND OTHER EMERGENCY
INFORMATION DIRECT FROM NWS OFFICES AND EMERGENCY OFFICIALS. FOR
MORE INFORMATION VISIT WWW.NWS.NOAA.GOV/NWR/

$$



000
NOUS43 KLBF 201253
PNSLBF

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORTH PLATTE NE
752 AM CDT FRI MAR 20 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN NORTH PLATTE NEBRASKA HAS DECLARED
MARCH 16 THROUGH MARCH 20 AS FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK. EACH DAY
OF THE WEEK WILL FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A DIFFERENT FLOOD RELATED
TOPIC.

TODAY/S TOPIC: AWARENESS

BE AWARE: KNOWING WHEN FLOODING IS POSSIBLE WILL GIVE YOU TIME TO
PREPARE! YOU CAN ALWAYS FIND THE LATEST FORECASTS AND HAZARDOUS
WEATHER CONDITIONS AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV AND THE LATEST RIVER FORECAST
INFORMATION AT WATER.WEATHER.GOV. IF YOU/RE NOT ON YOUR
COMPUTER...YOU CAN ACCESS THE SAME INFORMATION VIA YOUR MOBILE
DEVICE AT HTTP://MOBILE.WEATHER.GOV.

WIRELESS EMERGENCY ALERTS ARE LIFE SAVING MESSAGES THAT WILL POP UP
ON YOUR MOBILE PHONE WHEN YOU ARE IN A GEOGRAPHIC AREA THAT IS UNDER
A FLASH FLOOD WARNING. VISIT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/WIRELESS ALERTS FOR
MORE INFORMATION! ANOTHER TOOL TO ALERT YOU TO HAZARDOUS CONDITIONS
IS NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO. THIS NATIONWIDE NETWORK OF RADIO STATIONS
BROADCASTS CONTINUOUS WEATHER...RIVER AND OTHER EMERGENCY
INFORMATION DIRECT FROM NWS OFFICES AND EMERGENCY OFFICIALS. FOR
MORE INFORMATION...VISIT WWW.NWS.NOAA.GOV/NWR/

FOR MORE INFORMATION AND FLOOD SAFETY TIPS...VISIT:

WWW.FLOODSAFETY.NOAA.GOV

$$

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000
NOUS43 KLBF 201253
PNSLBF

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORTH PLATTE NE
752 AM CDT FRI MAR 20 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN NORTH PLATTE NEBRASKA HAS DECLARED
MARCH 16 THROUGH MARCH 20 AS FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK. EACH DAY
OF THE WEEK WILL FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A DIFFERENT FLOOD RELATED
TOPIC.

TODAY/S TOPIC: AWARENESS

BE AWARE: KNOWING WHEN FLOODING IS POSSIBLE WILL GIVE YOU TIME TO
PREPARE! YOU CAN ALWAYS FIND THE LATEST FORECASTS AND HAZARDOUS
WEATHER CONDITIONS AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV AND THE LATEST RIVER FORECAST
INFORMATION AT WATER.WEATHER.GOV. IF YOU/RE NOT ON YOUR
COMPUTER...YOU CAN ACCESS THE SAME INFORMATION VIA YOUR MOBILE
DEVICE AT HTTP://MOBILE.WEATHER.GOV.

WIRELESS EMERGENCY ALERTS ARE LIFE SAVING MESSAGES THAT WILL POP UP
ON YOUR MOBILE PHONE WHEN YOU ARE IN A GEOGRAPHIC AREA THAT IS UNDER
A FLASH FLOOD WARNING. VISIT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/WIRELESS ALERTS FOR
MORE INFORMATION! ANOTHER TOOL TO ALERT YOU TO HAZARDOUS CONDITIONS
IS NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO. THIS NATIONWIDE NETWORK OF RADIO STATIONS
BROADCASTS CONTINUOUS WEATHER...RIVER AND OTHER EMERGENCY
INFORMATION DIRECT FROM NWS OFFICES AND EMERGENCY OFFICIALS. FOR
MORE INFORMATION...VISIT WWW.NWS.NOAA.GOV/NWR/

FOR MORE INFORMATION AND FLOOD SAFETY TIPS...VISIT:

WWW.FLOODSAFETY.NOAA.GOV

$$

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000
NOUS43 KLBF 201253
PNSLBF

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORTH PLATTE NE
752 AM CDT FRI MAR 20 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN NORTH PLATTE NEBRASKA HAS DECLARED
MARCH 16 THROUGH MARCH 20 AS FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK. EACH DAY
OF THE WEEK WILL FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A DIFFERENT FLOOD RELATED
TOPIC.

TODAY/S TOPIC: AWARENESS

BE AWARE: KNOWING WHEN FLOODING IS POSSIBLE WILL GIVE YOU TIME TO
PREPARE! YOU CAN ALWAYS FIND THE LATEST FORECASTS AND HAZARDOUS
WEATHER CONDITIONS AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV AND THE LATEST RIVER FORECAST
INFORMATION AT WATER.WEATHER.GOV. IF YOU/RE NOT ON YOUR
COMPUTER...YOU CAN ACCESS THE SAME INFORMATION VIA YOUR MOBILE
DEVICE AT HTTP://MOBILE.WEATHER.GOV.

WIRELESS EMERGENCY ALERTS ARE LIFE SAVING MESSAGES THAT WILL POP UP
ON YOUR MOBILE PHONE WHEN YOU ARE IN A GEOGRAPHIC AREA THAT IS UNDER
A FLASH FLOOD WARNING. VISIT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/WIRELESS ALERTS FOR
MORE INFORMATION! ANOTHER TOOL TO ALERT YOU TO HAZARDOUS CONDITIONS
IS NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO. THIS NATIONWIDE NETWORK OF RADIO STATIONS
BROADCASTS CONTINUOUS WEATHER...RIVER AND OTHER EMERGENCY
INFORMATION DIRECT FROM NWS OFFICES AND EMERGENCY OFFICIALS. FOR
MORE INFORMATION...VISIT WWW.NWS.NOAA.GOV/NWR/

FOR MORE INFORMATION AND FLOOD SAFETY TIPS...VISIT:

WWW.FLOODSAFETY.NOAA.GOV

$$

BROOKS













000
NOUS43 KLBF 201253
PNSLBF

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORTH PLATTE NE
752 AM CDT FRI MAR 20 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN NORTH PLATTE NEBRASKA HAS DECLARED
MARCH 16 THROUGH MARCH 20 AS FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK. EACH DAY
OF THE WEEK WILL FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A DIFFERENT FLOOD RELATED
TOPIC.

TODAY/S TOPIC: AWARENESS

BE AWARE: KNOWING WHEN FLOODING IS POSSIBLE WILL GIVE YOU TIME TO
PREPARE! YOU CAN ALWAYS FIND THE LATEST FORECASTS AND HAZARDOUS
WEATHER CONDITIONS AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV AND THE LATEST RIVER FORECAST
INFORMATION AT WATER.WEATHER.GOV. IF YOU/RE NOT ON YOUR
COMPUTER...YOU CAN ACCESS THE SAME INFORMATION VIA YOUR MOBILE
DEVICE AT HTTP://MOBILE.WEATHER.GOV.

WIRELESS EMERGENCY ALERTS ARE LIFE SAVING MESSAGES THAT WILL POP UP
ON YOUR MOBILE PHONE WHEN YOU ARE IN A GEOGRAPHIC AREA THAT IS UNDER
A FLASH FLOOD WARNING. VISIT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/WIRELESS ALERTS FOR
MORE INFORMATION! ANOTHER TOOL TO ALERT YOU TO HAZARDOUS CONDITIONS
IS NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO. THIS NATIONWIDE NETWORK OF RADIO STATIONS
BROADCASTS CONTINUOUS WEATHER...RIVER AND OTHER EMERGENCY
INFORMATION DIRECT FROM NWS OFFICES AND EMERGENCY OFFICIALS. FOR
MORE INFORMATION...VISIT WWW.NWS.NOAA.GOV/NWR/

FOR MORE INFORMATION AND FLOOD SAFETY TIPS...VISIT:

WWW.FLOODSAFETY.NOAA.GOV

$$

BROOKS













000
NOUS43 KLBF 201253
PNSLBF

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORTH PLATTE NE
752 AM CDT FRI MAR 20 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN NORTH PLATTE NEBRASKA HAS DECLARED
MARCH 16 THROUGH MARCH 20 AS FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK. EACH DAY
OF THE WEEK WILL FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A DIFFERENT FLOOD RELATED
TOPIC.

TODAY/S TOPIC: AWARENESS

BE AWARE: KNOWING WHEN FLOODING IS POSSIBLE WILL GIVE YOU TIME TO
PREPARE! YOU CAN ALWAYS FIND THE LATEST FORECASTS AND HAZARDOUS
WEATHER CONDITIONS AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV AND THE LATEST RIVER FORECAST
INFORMATION AT WATER.WEATHER.GOV. IF YOU/RE NOT ON YOUR
COMPUTER...YOU CAN ACCESS THE SAME INFORMATION VIA YOUR MOBILE
DEVICE AT HTTP://MOBILE.WEATHER.GOV.

WIRELESS EMERGENCY ALERTS ARE LIFE SAVING MESSAGES THAT WILL POP UP
ON YOUR MOBILE PHONE WHEN YOU ARE IN A GEOGRAPHIC AREA THAT IS UNDER
A FLASH FLOOD WARNING. VISIT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/WIRELESS ALERTS FOR
MORE INFORMATION! ANOTHER TOOL TO ALERT YOU TO HAZARDOUS CONDITIONS
IS NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO. THIS NATIONWIDE NETWORK OF RADIO STATIONS
BROADCASTS CONTINUOUS WEATHER...RIVER AND OTHER EMERGENCY
INFORMATION DIRECT FROM NWS OFFICES AND EMERGENCY OFFICIALS. FOR
MORE INFORMATION...VISIT WWW.NWS.NOAA.GOV/NWR/

FOR MORE INFORMATION AND FLOOD SAFETY TIPS...VISIT:

WWW.FLOODSAFETY.NOAA.GOV

$$

BROOKS













000
NOUS43 KLBF 201253
PNSLBF

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORTH PLATTE NE
752 AM CDT FRI MAR 20 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN NORTH PLATTE NEBRASKA HAS DECLARED
MARCH 16 THROUGH MARCH 20 AS FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK. EACH DAY
OF THE WEEK WILL FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A DIFFERENT FLOOD RELATED
TOPIC.

TODAY/S TOPIC: AWARENESS

BE AWARE: KNOWING WHEN FLOODING IS POSSIBLE WILL GIVE YOU TIME TO
PREPARE! YOU CAN ALWAYS FIND THE LATEST FORECASTS AND HAZARDOUS
WEATHER CONDITIONS AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV AND THE LATEST RIVER FORECAST
INFORMATION AT WATER.WEATHER.GOV. IF YOU/RE NOT ON YOUR
COMPUTER...YOU CAN ACCESS THE SAME INFORMATION VIA YOUR MOBILE
DEVICE AT HTTP://MOBILE.WEATHER.GOV.

WIRELESS EMERGENCY ALERTS ARE LIFE SAVING MESSAGES THAT WILL POP UP
ON YOUR MOBILE PHONE WHEN YOU ARE IN A GEOGRAPHIC AREA THAT IS UNDER
A FLASH FLOOD WARNING. VISIT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/WIRELESS ALERTS FOR
MORE INFORMATION! ANOTHER TOOL TO ALERT YOU TO HAZARDOUS CONDITIONS
IS NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO. THIS NATIONWIDE NETWORK OF RADIO STATIONS
BROADCASTS CONTINUOUS WEATHER...RIVER AND OTHER EMERGENCY
INFORMATION DIRECT FROM NWS OFFICES AND EMERGENCY OFFICIALS. FOR
MORE INFORMATION...VISIT WWW.NWS.NOAA.GOV/NWR/

FOR MORE INFORMATION AND FLOOD SAFETY TIPS...VISIT:

WWW.FLOODSAFETY.NOAA.GOV

$$

BROOKS














000
NOUS43 KLBF 201212
PNSLBF

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORTH PLATTE NE
712 AM CDT FRI MAR 20 2013

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN NORTH PLATTE NEBRASKA HAS DECLARED
MARCH 16 THROUGH MARCH 20 AS FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK. EACH DAY
OF THE WEEK WILL FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A DIFFERENT FLOOD RELATED
TOPIC.

TODAY/S TOPIC: AWARENESS

BE AWARE: KNOWING WHEN FLOODING IS POSSIBLE WILL GIVE YOU TIME TO
PREPARE! YOU CAN ALWAYS FIND THE LATEST FORECASTS AND HAZARDOUS
WEATHER CONDITIONS AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV AND THE LATEST RIVER FORECAST
INFORMATION AT WATER.WEATHER.GOV. IF YOU/RE NOT ON YOUR
COMPUTER...YOU CAN ACCESS THE SAME INFORMATION VIA YOUR MOBILE
DEVICE AT HTTP://MOBILE.WEATHER.GOV.

WIRELESS EMERGENCY ALERTS ARE LIFE SAVING MESSAGES THAT WILL POP UP
ON YOUR MOBILE PHONE WHEN YOU ARE IN A GEOGRAPHIC AREA THAT IS UNDER
A FLASH FLOOD WARNING. VISIT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/WIRELESS ALERTS FOR
MORE INFORMATION! ANOTHER TOOL TO ALERT YOU TO HAZARDOUS CONDITIONS
IS NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO. THIS NATIONWIDE NETWORK OF RADIO STATIONS
BROADCASTS CONTINUOUS WEATHER...RIVER AND OTHER EMERGENCY
INFORMATION DIRECT FROM NWS OFFICES AND EMERGENCY OFFICIALS. FOR
MORE INFORMATION...VISIT WWW.NWS.NOAA.GOV/NWR/

FOR MORE INFORMATION AND FLOOD SAFETY TIPS...VISIT:

WWW.FLOODSAFETY.NOAA.GOV

$$

BROOKS










000
NOUS43 KLBF 201212
PNSLBF

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORTH PLATTE NE
712 AM CDT FRI MAR 20 2013

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN NORTH PLATTE NEBRASKA HAS DECLARED
MARCH 16 THROUGH MARCH 20 AS FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK. EACH DAY
OF THE WEEK WILL FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A DIFFERENT FLOOD RELATED
TOPIC.

TODAY/S TOPIC: AWARENESS

BE AWARE: KNOWING WHEN FLOODING IS POSSIBLE WILL GIVE YOU TIME TO
PREPARE! YOU CAN ALWAYS FIND THE LATEST FORECASTS AND HAZARDOUS
WEATHER CONDITIONS AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV AND THE LATEST RIVER FORECAST
INFORMATION AT WATER.WEATHER.GOV. IF YOU/RE NOT ON YOUR
COMPUTER...YOU CAN ACCESS THE SAME INFORMATION VIA YOUR MOBILE
DEVICE AT HTTP://MOBILE.WEATHER.GOV.

WIRELESS EMERGENCY ALERTS ARE LIFE SAVING MESSAGES THAT WILL POP UP
ON YOUR MOBILE PHONE WHEN YOU ARE IN A GEOGRAPHIC AREA THAT IS UNDER
A FLASH FLOOD WARNING. VISIT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/WIRELESS ALERTS FOR
MORE INFORMATION! ANOTHER TOOL TO ALERT YOU TO HAZARDOUS CONDITIONS
IS NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO. THIS NATIONWIDE NETWORK OF RADIO STATIONS
BROADCASTS CONTINUOUS WEATHER...RIVER AND OTHER EMERGENCY
INFORMATION DIRECT FROM NWS OFFICES AND EMERGENCY OFFICIALS. FOR
MORE INFORMATION...VISIT WWW.NWS.NOAA.GOV/NWR/

FOR MORE INFORMATION AND FLOOD SAFETY TIPS...VISIT:

WWW.FLOODSAFETY.NOAA.GOV

$$

BROOKS










000
NOUS43 KLBF 201212
PNSLBF

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORTH PLATTE NE
712 AM CDT FRI MAR 20 2013

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN NORTH PLATTE NEBRASKA HAS DECLARED
MARCH 16 THROUGH MARCH 20 AS FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK. EACH DAY
OF THE WEEK WILL FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A DIFFERENT FLOOD RELATED
TOPIC.

TODAY/S TOPIC: AWARENESS

BE AWARE: KNOWING WHEN FLOODING IS POSSIBLE WILL GIVE YOU TIME TO
PREPARE! YOU CAN ALWAYS FIND THE LATEST FORECASTS AND HAZARDOUS
WEATHER CONDITIONS AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV AND THE LATEST RIVER FORECAST
INFORMATION AT WATER.WEATHER.GOV. IF YOU/RE NOT ON YOUR
COMPUTER...YOU CAN ACCESS THE SAME INFORMATION VIA YOUR MOBILE
DEVICE AT HTTP://MOBILE.WEATHER.GOV.

WIRELESS EMERGENCY ALERTS ARE LIFE SAVING MESSAGES THAT WILL POP UP
ON YOUR MOBILE PHONE WHEN YOU ARE IN A GEOGRAPHIC AREA THAT IS UNDER
A FLASH FLOOD WARNING. VISIT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/WIRELESS ALERTS FOR
MORE INFORMATION! ANOTHER TOOL TO ALERT YOU TO HAZARDOUS CONDITIONS
IS NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO. THIS NATIONWIDE NETWORK OF RADIO STATIONS
BROADCASTS CONTINUOUS WEATHER...RIVER AND OTHER EMERGENCY
INFORMATION DIRECT FROM NWS OFFICES AND EMERGENCY OFFICIALS. FOR
MORE INFORMATION...VISIT WWW.NWS.NOAA.GOV/NWR/

FOR MORE INFORMATION AND FLOOD SAFETY TIPS...VISIT:

WWW.FLOODSAFETY.NOAA.GOV

$$

BROOKS










000
NOUS43 KLBF 201212
PNSLBF

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORTH PLATTE NE
712 AM CDT FRI MAR 20 2013

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN NORTH PLATTE NEBRASKA HAS DECLARED
MARCH 16 THROUGH MARCH 20 AS FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK. EACH DAY
OF THE WEEK WILL FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A DIFFERENT FLOOD RELATED
TOPIC.

TODAY/S TOPIC: AWARENESS

BE AWARE: KNOWING WHEN FLOODING IS POSSIBLE WILL GIVE YOU TIME TO
PREPARE! YOU CAN ALWAYS FIND THE LATEST FORECASTS AND HAZARDOUS
WEATHER CONDITIONS AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV AND THE LATEST RIVER FORECAST
INFORMATION AT WATER.WEATHER.GOV. IF YOU/RE NOT ON YOUR
COMPUTER...YOU CAN ACCESS THE SAME INFORMATION VIA YOUR MOBILE
DEVICE AT HTTP://MOBILE.WEATHER.GOV.

WIRELESS EMERGENCY ALERTS ARE LIFE SAVING MESSAGES THAT WILL POP UP
ON YOUR MOBILE PHONE WHEN YOU ARE IN A GEOGRAPHIC AREA THAT IS UNDER
A FLASH FLOOD WARNING. VISIT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/WIRELESS ALERTS FOR
MORE INFORMATION! ANOTHER TOOL TO ALERT YOU TO HAZARDOUS CONDITIONS
IS NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO. THIS NATIONWIDE NETWORK OF RADIO STATIONS
BROADCASTS CONTINUOUS WEATHER...RIVER AND OTHER EMERGENCY
INFORMATION DIRECT FROM NWS OFFICES AND EMERGENCY OFFICIALS. FOR
MORE INFORMATION...VISIT WWW.NWS.NOAA.GOV/NWR/

FOR MORE INFORMATION AND FLOOD SAFETY TIPS...VISIT:

WWW.FLOODSAFETY.NOAA.GOV

$$

BROOKS










000
NOUS43 KLBF 201212
PNSLBF

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORTH PLATTE NE
712 AM CDT FRI MAR 20 2013

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN NORTH PLATTE NEBRASKA HAS DECLARED
MARCH 16 THROUGH MARCH 20 AS FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK. EACH DAY
OF THE WEEK WILL FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A DIFFERENT FLOOD RELATED
TOPIC.

TODAY/S TOPIC: AWARENESS

BE AWARE: KNOWING WHEN FLOODING IS POSSIBLE WILL GIVE YOU TIME TO
PREPARE! YOU CAN ALWAYS FIND THE LATEST FORECASTS AND HAZARDOUS
WEATHER CONDITIONS AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV AND THE LATEST RIVER FORECAST
INFORMATION AT WATER.WEATHER.GOV. IF YOU/RE NOT ON YOUR
COMPUTER...YOU CAN ACCESS THE SAME INFORMATION VIA YOUR MOBILE
DEVICE AT HTTP://MOBILE.WEATHER.GOV.

WIRELESS EMERGENCY ALERTS ARE LIFE SAVING MESSAGES THAT WILL POP UP
ON YOUR MOBILE PHONE WHEN YOU ARE IN A GEOGRAPHIC AREA THAT IS UNDER
A FLASH FLOOD WARNING. VISIT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/WIRELESS ALERTS FOR
MORE INFORMATION! ANOTHER TOOL TO ALERT YOU TO HAZARDOUS CONDITIONS
IS NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO. THIS NATIONWIDE NETWORK OF RADIO STATIONS
BROADCASTS CONTINUOUS WEATHER...RIVER AND OTHER EMERGENCY
INFORMATION DIRECT FROM NWS OFFICES AND EMERGENCY OFFICIALS. FOR
MORE INFORMATION...VISIT WWW.NWS.NOAA.GOV/NWR/

FOR MORE INFORMATION AND FLOOD SAFETY TIPS...VISIT:

WWW.FLOODSAFETY.NOAA.GOV

$$

BROOKS










000
NOUS43 KLBF 201212
PNSLBF

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORTH PLATTE NE
712 AM CDT FRI MAR 20 2013

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN NORTH PLATTE NEBRASKA HAS DECLARED
MARCH 16 THROUGH MARCH 20 AS FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK. EACH DAY
OF THE WEEK WILL FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A DIFFERENT FLOOD RELATED
TOPIC.

TODAY/S TOPIC: AWARENESS

BE AWARE: KNOWING WHEN FLOODING IS POSSIBLE WILL GIVE YOU TIME TO
PREPARE! YOU CAN ALWAYS FIND THE LATEST FORECASTS AND HAZARDOUS
WEATHER CONDITIONS AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV AND THE LATEST RIVER FORECAST
INFORMATION AT WATER.WEATHER.GOV. IF YOU/RE NOT ON YOUR
COMPUTER...YOU CAN ACCESS THE SAME INFORMATION VIA YOUR MOBILE
DEVICE AT HTTP://MOBILE.WEATHER.GOV.

WIRELESS EMERGENCY ALERTS ARE LIFE SAVING MESSAGES THAT WILL POP UP
ON YOUR MOBILE PHONE WHEN YOU ARE IN A GEOGRAPHIC AREA THAT IS UNDER
A FLASH FLOOD WARNING. VISIT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/WIRELESS ALERTS FOR
MORE INFORMATION! ANOTHER TOOL TO ALERT YOU TO HAZARDOUS CONDITIONS
IS NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO. THIS NATIONWIDE NETWORK OF RADIO STATIONS
BROADCASTS CONTINUOUS WEATHER...RIVER AND OTHER EMERGENCY
INFORMATION DIRECT FROM NWS OFFICES AND EMERGENCY OFFICIALS. FOR
MORE INFORMATION...VISIT WWW.NWS.NOAA.GOV/NWR/

FOR MORE INFORMATION AND FLOOD SAFETY TIPS...VISIT:

WWW.FLOODSAFETY.NOAA.GOV

$$

BROOKS










000
NOUS43 KLBF 201212
PNSLBF

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORTH PLATTE NE
712 AM CDT FRI MAR 20 2013

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN NORTH PLATTE NEBRASKA HAS DECLARED
MARCH 16 THROUGH MARCH 20 AS FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK. EACH DAY
OF THE WEEK WILL FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A DIFFERENT FLOOD RELATED
TOPIC.

TODAY/S TOPIC: AWARENESS

BE AWARE: KNOWING WHEN FLOODING IS POSSIBLE WILL GIVE YOU TIME TO
PREPARE! YOU CAN ALWAYS FIND THE LATEST FORECASTS AND HAZARDOUS
WEATHER CONDITIONS AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV AND THE LATEST RIVER FORECAST
INFORMATION AT WATER.WEATHER.GOV. IF YOU/RE NOT ON YOUR
COMPUTER...YOU CAN ACCESS THE SAME INFORMATION VIA YOUR MOBILE
DEVICE AT HTTP://MOBILE.WEATHER.GOV.

WIRELESS EMERGENCY ALERTS ARE LIFE SAVING MESSAGES THAT WILL POP UP
ON YOUR MOBILE PHONE WHEN YOU ARE IN A GEOGRAPHIC AREA THAT IS UNDER
A FLASH FLOOD WARNING. VISIT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/WIRELESS ALERTS FOR
MORE INFORMATION! ANOTHER TOOL TO ALERT YOU TO HAZARDOUS CONDITIONS
IS NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO. THIS NATIONWIDE NETWORK OF RADIO STATIONS
BROADCASTS CONTINUOUS WEATHER...RIVER AND OTHER EMERGENCY
INFORMATION DIRECT FROM NWS OFFICES AND EMERGENCY OFFICIALS. FOR
MORE INFORMATION...VISIT WWW.NWS.NOAA.GOV/NWR/

FOR MORE INFORMATION AND FLOOD SAFETY TIPS...VISIT:

WWW.FLOODSAFETY.NOAA.GOV

$$

BROOKS










000
NOUS43 KLBF 201212
PNSLBF

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORTH PLATTE NE
712 AM CDT FRI MAR 20 2013

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN NORTH PLATTE NEBRASKA HAS DECLARED
MARCH 16 THROUGH MARCH 20 AS FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK. EACH DAY
OF THE WEEK WILL FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A DIFFERENT FLOOD RELATED
TOPIC.

TODAY/S TOPIC: AWARENESS

BE AWARE: KNOWING WHEN FLOODING IS POSSIBLE WILL GIVE YOU TIME TO
PREPARE! YOU CAN ALWAYS FIND THE LATEST FORECASTS AND HAZARDOUS
WEATHER CONDITIONS AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV AND THE LATEST RIVER FORECAST
INFORMATION AT WATER.WEATHER.GOV. IF YOU/RE NOT ON YOUR
COMPUTER...YOU CAN ACCESS THE SAME INFORMATION VIA YOUR MOBILE
DEVICE AT HTTP://MOBILE.WEATHER.GOV.

WIRELESS EMERGENCY ALERTS ARE LIFE SAVING MESSAGES THAT WILL POP UP
ON YOUR MOBILE PHONE WHEN YOU ARE IN A GEOGRAPHIC AREA THAT IS UNDER
A FLASH FLOOD WARNING. VISIT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/WIRELESS ALERTS FOR
MORE INFORMATION! ANOTHER TOOL TO ALERT YOU TO HAZARDOUS CONDITIONS
IS NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO. THIS NATIONWIDE NETWORK OF RADIO STATIONS
BROADCASTS CONTINUOUS WEATHER...RIVER AND OTHER EMERGENCY
INFORMATION DIRECT FROM NWS OFFICES AND EMERGENCY OFFICIALS. FOR
MORE INFORMATION...VISIT WWW.NWS.NOAA.GOV/NWR/

FOR MORE INFORMATION AND FLOOD SAFETY TIPS...VISIT:

WWW.FLOODSAFETY.NOAA.GOV

$$

BROOKS










000
NOUS43 KGLD 201203
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT FRI MAR 20 2015

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

IN 1935, ONE OF THE WORST DUST STORMS OF THE THIRTIES BLOTTED OUT
THE SUN OVER A THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND SQUARE MILE AREA OF THE GREAT
PLAINS. POLICE BLOCKED HIGHWAYS AND PROHIBITED MOTORISTS FROM
LEAVING MANY TOWNS. LIGHTS BURNED ALL DAY ON STREETS AND IN HOMES
AND SHOPS. MANY FARMERS CONSIDERED THE STORM HAD DEALT THE FINAL
BLOW TO THEIR WHEAT CROP PROSPECTS.

IN 1965, A LATE SEASON COLD SNAP PUSHED MANY AREA TEMPERATURES WELL
BELOW ZERO, INCLUDING 17 BELOW AT GOODLAND AND 14 BELOW AT COLBY
KANSAS. THIS BROKE THE PREVIOUS RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE IN GOODLAND
BY A REMARKABLE 23 DEGREES.

IN 2006, A SIGNIFICANT WINTER STORM OVERSPREAD THE TRI-STATE AREA
WITH LARGE SNOWFALL ACCUMULATIONS. MOST LOCATIONS RECEIVED 6 INCHES
OR MORE,  WITH SEVERAL LOCATIONS REACHING OVER ONE FOOT OF SNOWFALL.
IN GOODLAND,  KANSAS,  13 AND A HALF INCHES OF SNOW WAS MEASURED,
MAKING IT THE 7TH SNOWIEST CALENDAR DAY ON RECORD AND THE 3RD
SNOWIEST CALENDAR DAY IN MARCH.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 201203
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT FRI MAR 20 2015

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

IN 1935, ONE OF THE WORST DUST STORMS OF THE THIRTIES BLOTTED OUT
THE SUN OVER A THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND SQUARE MILE AREA OF THE GREAT
PLAINS. POLICE BLOCKED HIGHWAYS AND PROHIBITED MOTORISTS FROM
LEAVING MANY TOWNS. LIGHTS BURNED ALL DAY ON STREETS AND IN HOMES
AND SHOPS. MANY FARMERS CONSIDERED THE STORM HAD DEALT THE FINAL
BLOW TO THEIR WHEAT CROP PROSPECTS.

IN 1965, A LATE SEASON COLD SNAP PUSHED MANY AREA TEMPERATURES WELL
BELOW ZERO, INCLUDING 17 BELOW AT GOODLAND AND 14 BELOW AT COLBY
KANSAS. THIS BROKE THE PREVIOUS RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE IN GOODLAND
BY A REMARKABLE 23 DEGREES.

IN 2006, A SIGNIFICANT WINTER STORM OVERSPREAD THE TRI-STATE AREA
WITH LARGE SNOWFALL ACCUMULATIONS. MOST LOCATIONS RECEIVED 6 INCHES
OR MORE,  WITH SEVERAL LOCATIONS REACHING OVER ONE FOOT OF SNOWFALL.
IN GOODLAND,  KANSAS,  13 AND A HALF INCHES OF SNOW WAS MEASURED,
MAKING IT THE 7TH SNOWIEST CALENDAR DAY ON RECORD AND THE 3RD
SNOWIEST CALENDAR DAY IN MARCH.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 201203
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT FRI MAR 20 2015

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

IN 1935, ONE OF THE WORST DUST STORMS OF THE THIRTIES BLOTTED OUT
THE SUN OVER A THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND SQUARE MILE AREA OF THE GREAT
PLAINS. POLICE BLOCKED HIGHWAYS AND PROHIBITED MOTORISTS FROM
LEAVING MANY TOWNS. LIGHTS BURNED ALL DAY ON STREETS AND IN HOMES
AND SHOPS. MANY FARMERS CONSIDERED THE STORM HAD DEALT THE FINAL
BLOW TO THEIR WHEAT CROP PROSPECTS.

IN 1965, A LATE SEASON COLD SNAP PUSHED MANY AREA TEMPERATURES WELL
BELOW ZERO, INCLUDING 17 BELOW AT GOODLAND AND 14 BELOW AT COLBY
KANSAS. THIS BROKE THE PREVIOUS RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE IN GOODLAND
BY A REMARKABLE 23 DEGREES.

IN 2006, A SIGNIFICANT WINTER STORM OVERSPREAD THE TRI-STATE AREA
WITH LARGE SNOWFALL ACCUMULATIONS. MOST LOCATIONS RECEIVED 6 INCHES
OR MORE,  WITH SEVERAL LOCATIONS REACHING OVER ONE FOOT OF SNOWFALL.
IN GOODLAND,  KANSAS,  13 AND A HALF INCHES OF SNOW WAS MEASURED,
MAKING IT THE 7TH SNOWIEST CALENDAR DAY ON RECORD AND THE 3RD
SNOWIEST CALENDAR DAY IN MARCH.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 201203
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT FRI MAR 20 2015

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

IN 1935, ONE OF THE WORST DUST STORMS OF THE THIRTIES BLOTTED OUT
THE SUN OVER A THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND SQUARE MILE AREA OF THE GREAT
PLAINS. POLICE BLOCKED HIGHWAYS AND PROHIBITED MOTORISTS FROM
LEAVING MANY TOWNS. LIGHTS BURNED ALL DAY ON STREETS AND IN HOMES
AND SHOPS. MANY FARMERS CONSIDERED THE STORM HAD DEALT THE FINAL
BLOW TO THEIR WHEAT CROP PROSPECTS.

IN 1965, A LATE SEASON COLD SNAP PUSHED MANY AREA TEMPERATURES WELL
BELOW ZERO, INCLUDING 17 BELOW AT GOODLAND AND 14 BELOW AT COLBY
KANSAS. THIS BROKE THE PREVIOUS RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE IN GOODLAND
BY A REMARKABLE 23 DEGREES.

IN 2006, A SIGNIFICANT WINTER STORM OVERSPREAD THE TRI-STATE AREA
WITH LARGE SNOWFALL ACCUMULATIONS. MOST LOCATIONS RECEIVED 6 INCHES
OR MORE,  WITH SEVERAL LOCATIONS REACHING OVER ONE FOOT OF SNOWFALL.
IN GOODLAND,  KANSAS,  13 AND A HALF INCHES OF SNOW WAS MEASURED,
MAKING IT THE 7TH SNOWIEST CALENDAR DAY ON RECORD AND THE 3RD
SNOWIEST CALENDAR DAY IN MARCH.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 201203
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT FRI MAR 20 2015

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

IN 1935, ONE OF THE WORST DUST STORMS OF THE THIRTIES BLOTTED OUT
THE SUN OVER A THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND SQUARE MILE AREA OF THE GREAT
PLAINS. POLICE BLOCKED HIGHWAYS AND PROHIBITED MOTORISTS FROM
LEAVING MANY TOWNS. LIGHTS BURNED ALL DAY ON STREETS AND IN HOMES
AND SHOPS. MANY FARMERS CONSIDERED THE STORM HAD DEALT THE FINAL
BLOW TO THEIR WHEAT CROP PROSPECTS.

IN 1965, A LATE SEASON COLD SNAP PUSHED MANY AREA TEMPERATURES WELL
BELOW ZERO, INCLUDING 17 BELOW AT GOODLAND AND 14 BELOW AT COLBY
KANSAS. THIS BROKE THE PREVIOUS RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE IN GOODLAND
BY A REMARKABLE 23 DEGREES.

IN 2006, A SIGNIFICANT WINTER STORM OVERSPREAD THE TRI-STATE AREA
WITH LARGE SNOWFALL ACCUMULATIONS. MOST LOCATIONS RECEIVED 6 INCHES
OR MORE,  WITH SEVERAL LOCATIONS REACHING OVER ONE FOOT OF SNOWFALL.
IN GOODLAND,  KANSAS,  13 AND A HALF INCHES OF SNOW WAS MEASURED,
MAKING IT THE 7TH SNOWIEST CALENDAR DAY ON RECORD AND THE 3RD
SNOWIEST CALENDAR DAY IN MARCH.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 201203
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT FRI MAR 20 2015

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

IN 1935, ONE OF THE WORST DUST STORMS OF THE THIRTIES BLOTTED OUT
THE SUN OVER A THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND SQUARE MILE AREA OF THE GREAT
PLAINS. POLICE BLOCKED HIGHWAYS AND PROHIBITED MOTORISTS FROM
LEAVING MANY TOWNS. LIGHTS BURNED ALL DAY ON STREETS AND IN HOMES
AND SHOPS. MANY FARMERS CONSIDERED THE STORM HAD DEALT THE FINAL
BLOW TO THEIR WHEAT CROP PROSPECTS.

IN 1965, A LATE SEASON COLD SNAP PUSHED MANY AREA TEMPERATURES WELL
BELOW ZERO, INCLUDING 17 BELOW AT GOODLAND AND 14 BELOW AT COLBY
KANSAS. THIS BROKE THE PREVIOUS RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE IN GOODLAND
BY A REMARKABLE 23 DEGREES.

IN 2006, A SIGNIFICANT WINTER STORM OVERSPREAD THE TRI-STATE AREA
WITH LARGE SNOWFALL ACCUMULATIONS. MOST LOCATIONS RECEIVED 6 INCHES
OR MORE,  WITH SEVERAL LOCATIONS REACHING OVER ONE FOOT OF SNOWFALL.
IN GOODLAND,  KANSAS,  13 AND A HALF INCHES OF SNOW WAS MEASURED,
MAKING IT THE 7TH SNOWIEST CALENDAR DAY ON RECORD AND THE 3RD
SNOWIEST CALENDAR DAY IN MARCH.

$$



000
NOUS41 KALY 201200
PNSALY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBANY NY
800 AM EDT FRI MAR 20 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED MARCH 16
THROUGH MARCH 20 AS FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK. EACH DAY DURING THE
AWARENESS WEEK WILL FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A DIFFERENT FLOOD
RELATED TOPIC.

BE AWARE...KNOWING WHEN FLOODING IS POSSIBLE WILL GIVE YOU TIME TO
PREPARE.  YOU CAN ALWAYS FIND THE LATEST FORECASTS AND HAZARDOUS
WEATHER CONDITIONS AT WEATHER.GOV AND THE LATEST RIVER FORECAST
INFORMATION AT WATER.WEATHER.GOV. IF YOURE NOT ON YOUR COMPUTER...
YOU CAN ACCESS THE SAME INFORMATION VIA YOUR MOBILE DEVICE AT
HTTP://MOBILE.WEATHER.GOV.

WIRELESS EMERGENCY ALERTS ARE LIFE SAVING MESSAGES THAT WILL
POP UP ON YOUR MOBILE PHONE WHEN YOU ARE IN A GEOGRAPHIC
AREA THAT IS UNDER A FLASH FLOOD WARNING.
VISIT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/WIRELESSALERTS FOR MORE INFORMATION
ANOTHER TOOL TO ALERT YOU TO HAZARDOUS CONDITIONS IS NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO.
THIS NATIONWIDE NETWORK OF RADIO STATIONS BROADCASTS CONTINUOUS
WEATHER... RIVER AND OTHER EMERGENCY INFORMATION DIRECT FROM NWS
OFFICES AND EMERGENCY OFFICIALS. FOR MORE INFORMATION...
VISIT WWW.NWS.NOAA.GOV/NWR/
$$



000
NOUS45 KBOI 201200
PNSBOI

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BOISE IDAHO
600 AM MDT FRI MAR 20 2015

MARCH 15 THROUGH MARCH 21 IS FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK IN IDAHO.
EACH DAY DURING THE AWARENESS WEEK THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WILL
FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A DIFFERENT FLOOD RELATED TOPIC.

BE AWARE: KNOWING WHEN FLOODING IS POSSIBLE WILL GIVE YOU TIME TO
PREPARE.  YOU CAN ALWAYS FIND THE LATEST FORECASTS AND HAZARDOUS
WEATHER CONDITIONS AT WEATHER.GOV AND THE LATEST RIVER FORECAST
INFORMATION AT WATER.WEATHER.GOV. IF YOURE NOT ON YOUR
COMPUTER...YOU CAN ACCESS THE SAME INFORMATION VIA YOUR MOBILE
DEVICE AT HTTP://MOBILE.WEATHER.GOV.

WIRELESS EMERGENCY ALERTS ARE LIFESAVING MESSAGES THAT WILL POP UP
ON  YOUR MOBILE PHONE WHEN YOU ARE IN A GEOGRAPHIC AREA THAT IS
UNDER A FLASH FLOOD WARNING. VISIT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/WIRELESSALERTS
FOR MORE INFORMATION. ANOTHER TOOL TO ALERT YOU TO HAZARDOUS
CONDITIONS IS NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO. THIS NATIONWIDE NETWORK OF
RADIO STATIONS BROADCASTS CONTINUOUS WEATHER...RIVER AND OTHER
EMERGENCY INFORMATION DIRECT FROM NWS OFFICES AND EMERGENCY
OFFICIALS. FOR MORE INFORMATION...VISIT WWW.NWS.NOAA.GOV/NWR/

$$


000
NOUS41 KALY 201200
PNSALY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBANY NY
800 AM EDT FRI MAR 20 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED MARCH 16
THROUGH MARCH 20 AS FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK. EACH DAY DURING THE
AWARENESS WEEK WILL FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A DIFFERENT FLOOD
RELATED TOPIC.

BE AWARE...KNOWING WHEN FLOODING IS POSSIBLE WILL GIVE YOU TIME TO
PREPARE.  YOU CAN ALWAYS FIND THE LATEST FORECASTS AND HAZARDOUS
WEATHER CONDITIONS AT WEATHER.GOV AND THE LATEST RIVER FORECAST
INFORMATION AT WATER.WEATHER.GOV. IF YOURE NOT ON YOUR COMPUTER...
YOU CAN ACCESS THE SAME INFORMATION VIA YOUR MOBILE DEVICE AT
HTTP://MOBILE.WEATHER.GOV.

WIRELESS EMERGENCY ALERTS ARE LIFE SAVING MESSAGES THAT WILL
POP UP ON YOUR MOBILE PHONE WHEN YOU ARE IN A GEOGRAPHIC
AREA THAT IS UNDER A FLASH FLOOD WARNING.
VISIT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/WIRELESSALERTS FOR MORE INFORMATION
ANOTHER TOOL TO ALERT YOU TO HAZARDOUS CONDITIONS IS NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO.
THIS NATIONWIDE NETWORK OF RADIO STATIONS BROADCASTS CONTINUOUS
WEATHER... RIVER AND OTHER EMERGENCY INFORMATION DIRECT FROM NWS
OFFICES AND EMERGENCY OFFICIALS. FOR MORE INFORMATION...
VISIT WWW.NWS.NOAA.GOV/NWR/
$$



000
NOUS45 KBOI 201200
PNSBOI

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BOISE IDAHO
600 AM MDT FRI MAR 20 2015

MARCH 15 THROUGH MARCH 21 IS FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK IN IDAHO.
EACH DAY DURING THE AWARENESS WEEK THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WILL
FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A DIFFERENT FLOOD RELATED TOPIC.

BE AWARE: KNOWING WHEN FLOODING IS POSSIBLE WILL GIVE YOU TIME TO
PREPARE.  YOU CAN ALWAYS FIND THE LATEST FORECASTS AND HAZARDOUS
WEATHER CONDITIONS AT WEATHER.GOV AND THE LATEST RIVER FORECAST
INFORMATION AT WATER.WEATHER.GOV. IF YOURE NOT ON YOUR
COMPUTER...YOU CAN ACCESS THE SAME INFORMATION VIA YOUR MOBILE
DEVICE AT HTTP://MOBILE.WEATHER.GOV.

WIRELESS EMERGENCY ALERTS ARE LIFESAVING MESSAGES THAT WILL POP UP
ON  YOUR MOBILE PHONE WHEN YOU ARE IN A GEOGRAPHIC AREA THAT IS
UNDER A FLASH FLOOD WARNING. VISIT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/WIRELESSALERTS
FOR MORE INFORMATION. ANOTHER TOOL TO ALERT YOU TO HAZARDOUS
CONDITIONS IS NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO. THIS NATIONWIDE NETWORK OF
RADIO STATIONS BROADCASTS CONTINUOUS WEATHER...RIVER AND OTHER
EMERGENCY INFORMATION DIRECT FROM NWS OFFICES AND EMERGENCY
OFFICIALS. FOR MORE INFORMATION...VISIT WWW.NWS.NOAA.GOV/NWR/

$$



000
NOUS45 KBOI 201200
PNSBOI

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BOISE IDAHO
600 AM MDT FRI MAR 20 2015

MARCH 15 THROUGH MARCH 21 IS FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK IN IDAHO.
EACH DAY DURING THE AWARENESS WEEK THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WILL
FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A DIFFERENT FLOOD RELATED TOPIC.

BE AWARE: KNOWING WHEN FLOODING IS POSSIBLE WILL GIVE YOU TIME TO
PREPARE.  YOU CAN ALWAYS FIND THE LATEST FORECASTS AND HAZARDOUS
WEATHER CONDITIONS AT WEATHER.GOV AND THE LATEST RIVER FORECAST
INFORMATION AT WATER.WEATHER.GOV. IF YOURE NOT ON YOUR
COMPUTER...YOU CAN ACCESS THE SAME INFORMATION VIA YOUR MOBILE
DEVICE AT HTTP://MOBILE.WEATHER.GOV.

WIRELESS EMERGENCY ALERTS ARE LIFESAVING MESSAGES THAT WILL POP UP
ON  YOUR MOBILE PHONE WHEN YOU ARE IN A GEOGRAPHIC AREA THAT IS
UNDER A FLASH FLOOD WARNING. VISIT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/WIRELESSALERTS
FOR MORE INFORMATION. ANOTHER TOOL TO ALERT YOU TO HAZARDOUS
CONDITIONS IS NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO. THIS NATIONWIDE NETWORK OF
RADIO STATIONS BROADCASTS CONTINUOUS WEATHER...RIVER AND OTHER
EMERGENCY INFORMATION DIRECT FROM NWS OFFICES AND EMERGENCY
OFFICIALS. FOR MORE INFORMATION...VISIT WWW.NWS.NOAA.GOV/NWR/

$$



000
NOUS45 KBOI 201200
PNSBOI

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BOISE IDAHO
600 AM MDT FRI MAR 20 2015

MARCH 15 THROUGH MARCH 21 IS FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK IN IDAHO.
EACH DAY DURING THE AWARENESS WEEK THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WILL
FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A DIFFERENT FLOOD RELATED TOPIC.

BE AWARE: KNOWING WHEN FLOODING IS POSSIBLE WILL GIVE YOU TIME TO
PREPARE.  YOU CAN ALWAYS FIND THE LATEST FORECASTS AND HAZARDOUS
WEATHER CONDITIONS AT WEATHER.GOV AND THE LATEST RIVER FORECAST
INFORMATION AT WATER.WEATHER.GOV. IF YOURE NOT ON YOUR
COMPUTER...YOU CAN ACCESS THE SAME INFORMATION VIA YOUR MOBILE
DEVICE AT HTTP://MOBILE.WEATHER.GOV.

WIRELESS EMERGENCY ALERTS ARE LIFESAVING MESSAGES THAT WILL POP UP
ON  YOUR MOBILE PHONE WHEN YOU ARE IN A GEOGRAPHIC AREA THAT IS
UNDER A FLASH FLOOD WARNING. VISIT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/WIRELESSALERTS
FOR MORE INFORMATION. ANOTHER TOOL TO ALERT YOU TO HAZARDOUS
CONDITIONS IS NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO. THIS NATIONWIDE NETWORK OF
RADIO STATIONS BROADCASTS CONTINUOUS WEATHER...RIVER AND OTHER
EMERGENCY INFORMATION DIRECT FROM NWS OFFICES AND EMERGENCY
OFFICIALS. FOR MORE INFORMATION...VISIT WWW.NWS.NOAA.GOV/NWR/

$$



000
NOUS45 KBOI 201200
PNSBOI

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BOISE IDAHO
600 AM MDT FRI MAR 20 2015

MARCH 15 THROUGH MARCH 21 IS FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK IN IDAHO.
EACH DAY DURING THE AWARENESS WEEK THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WILL
FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A DIFFERENT FLOOD RELATED TOPIC.

BE AWARE: KNOWING WHEN FLOODING IS POSSIBLE WILL GIVE YOU TIME TO
PREPARE.  YOU CAN ALWAYS FIND THE LATEST FORECASTS AND HAZARDOUS
WEATHER CONDITIONS AT WEATHER.GOV AND THE LATEST RIVER FORECAST
INFORMATION AT WATER.WEATHER.GOV. IF YOURE NOT ON YOUR
COMPUTER...YOU CAN ACCESS THE SAME INFORMATION VIA YOUR MOBILE
DEVICE AT HTTP://MOBILE.WEATHER.GOV.

WIRELESS EMERGENCY ALERTS ARE LIFESAVING MESSAGES THAT WILL POP UP
ON  YOUR MOBILE PHONE WHEN YOU ARE IN A GEOGRAPHIC AREA THAT IS
UNDER A FLASH FLOOD WARNING. VISIT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/WIRELESSALERTS
FOR MORE INFORMATION. ANOTHER TOOL TO ALERT YOU TO HAZARDOUS
CONDITIONS IS NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO. THIS NATIONWIDE NETWORK OF
RADIO STATIONS BROADCASTS CONTINUOUS WEATHER...RIVER AND OTHER
EMERGENCY INFORMATION DIRECT FROM NWS OFFICES AND EMERGENCY
OFFICIALS. FOR MORE INFORMATION...VISIT WWW.NWS.NOAA.GOV/NWR/

$$



000
NOUS41 KALY 201200
PNSALY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBANY NY
800 AM EDT FRI MAR 20 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED MARCH 16
THROUGH MARCH 20 AS FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK. EACH DAY DURING THE
AWARENESS WEEK WILL FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A DIFFERENT FLOOD
RELATED TOPIC.

BE AWARE...KNOWING WHEN FLOODING IS POSSIBLE WILL GIVE YOU TIME TO
PREPARE.  YOU CAN ALWAYS FIND THE LATEST FORECASTS AND HAZARDOUS
WEATHER CONDITIONS AT WEATHER.GOV AND THE LATEST RIVER FORECAST
INFORMATION AT WATER.WEATHER.GOV. IF YOURE NOT ON YOUR COMPUTER...
YOU CAN ACCESS THE SAME INFORMATION VIA YOUR MOBILE DEVICE AT
HTTP://MOBILE.WEATHER.GOV.

WIRELESS EMERGENCY ALERTS ARE LIFE SAVING MESSAGES THAT WILL
POP UP ON YOUR MOBILE PHONE WHEN YOU ARE IN A GEOGRAPHIC
AREA THAT IS UNDER A FLASH FLOOD WARNING.
VISIT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/WIRELESSALERTS FOR MORE INFORMATION
ANOTHER TOOL TO ALERT YOU TO HAZARDOUS CONDITIONS IS NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO.
THIS NATIONWIDE NETWORK OF RADIO STATIONS BROADCASTS CONTINUOUS
WEATHER... RIVER AND OTHER EMERGENCY INFORMATION DIRECT FROM NWS
OFFICES AND EMERGENCY OFFICIALS. FOR MORE INFORMATION...
VISIT WWW.NWS.NOAA.GOV/NWR/
$$


000
NOUS45 KBOI 201200
PNSBOI

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BOISE IDAHO
600 AM MDT FRI MAR 20 2015

MARCH 15 THROUGH MARCH 21 IS FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK IN IDAHO.
EACH DAY DURING THE AWARENESS WEEK THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WILL
FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A DIFFERENT FLOOD RELATED TOPIC.

BE AWARE: KNOWING WHEN FLOODING IS POSSIBLE WILL GIVE YOU TIME TO
PREPARE.  YOU CAN ALWAYS FIND THE LATEST FORECASTS AND HAZARDOUS
WEATHER CONDITIONS AT WEATHER.GOV AND THE LATEST RIVER FORECAST
INFORMATION AT WATER.WEATHER.GOV. IF YOURE NOT ON YOUR
COMPUTER...YOU CAN ACCESS THE SAME INFORMATION VIA YOUR MOBILE
DEVICE AT HTTP://MOBILE.WEATHER.GOV.

WIRELESS EMERGENCY ALERTS ARE LIFESAVING MESSAGES THAT WILL POP UP
ON  YOUR MOBILE PHONE WHEN YOU ARE IN A GEOGRAPHIC AREA THAT IS
UNDER A FLASH FLOOD WARNING. VISIT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/WIRELESSALERTS
FOR MORE INFORMATION. ANOTHER TOOL TO ALERT YOU TO HAZARDOUS
CONDITIONS IS NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO. THIS NATIONWIDE NETWORK OF
RADIO STATIONS BROADCASTS CONTINUOUS WEATHER...RIVER AND OTHER
EMERGENCY INFORMATION DIRECT FROM NWS OFFICES AND EMERGENCY
OFFICIALS. FOR MORE INFORMATION...VISIT WWW.NWS.NOAA.GOV/NWR/

$$



000
NOUS41 KALY 201200
PNSALY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBANY NY
800 AM EDT FRI MAR 20 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED MARCH 16
THROUGH MARCH 20 AS FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK. EACH DAY DURING THE
AWARENESS WEEK WILL FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A DIFFERENT FLOOD
RELATED TOPIC.

BE AWARE...KNOWING WHEN FLOODING IS POSSIBLE WILL GIVE YOU TIME TO
PREPARE.  YOU CAN ALWAYS FIND THE LATEST FORECASTS AND HAZARDOUS
WEATHER CONDITIONS AT WEATHER.GOV AND THE LATEST RIVER FORECAST
INFORMATION AT WATER.WEATHER.GOV. IF YOURE NOT ON YOUR COMPUTER...
YOU CAN ACCESS THE SAME INFORMATION VIA YOUR MOBILE DEVICE AT
HTTP://MOBILE.WEATHER.GOV.

WIRELESS EMERGENCY ALERTS ARE LIFE SAVING MESSAGES THAT WILL
POP UP ON YOUR MOBILE PHONE WHEN YOU ARE IN A GEOGRAPHIC
AREA THAT IS UNDER A FLASH FLOOD WARNING.
VISIT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/WIRELESSALERTS FOR MORE INFORMATION
ANOTHER TOOL TO ALERT YOU TO HAZARDOUS CONDITIONS IS NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO.
THIS NATIONWIDE NETWORK OF RADIO STATIONS BROADCASTS CONTINUOUS
WEATHER... RIVER AND OTHER EMERGENCY INFORMATION DIRECT FROM NWS
OFFICES AND EMERGENCY OFFICIALS. FOR MORE INFORMATION...
VISIT WWW.NWS.NOAA.GOV/NWR/
$$


000
NOUS45 KBOI 201200
PNSBOI

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BOISE IDAHO
600 AM MDT FRI MAR 20 2015

MARCH 15 THROUGH MARCH 21 IS FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK IN IDAHO.
EACH DAY DURING THE AWARENESS WEEK THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WILL
FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A DIFFERENT FLOOD RELATED TOPIC.

BE AWARE: KNOWING WHEN FLOODING IS POSSIBLE WILL GIVE YOU TIME TO
PREPARE.  YOU CAN ALWAYS FIND THE LATEST FORECASTS AND HAZARDOUS
WEATHER CONDITIONS AT WEATHER.GOV AND THE LATEST RIVER FORECAST
INFORMATION AT WATER.WEATHER.GOV. IF YOURE NOT ON YOUR
COMPUTER...YOU CAN ACCESS THE SAME INFORMATION VIA YOUR MOBILE
DEVICE AT HTTP://MOBILE.WEATHER.GOV.

WIRELESS EMERGENCY ALERTS ARE LIFESAVING MESSAGES THAT WILL POP UP
ON  YOUR MOBILE PHONE WHEN YOU ARE IN A GEOGRAPHIC AREA THAT IS
UNDER A FLASH FLOOD WARNING. VISIT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/WIRELESSALERTS
FOR MORE INFORMATION. ANOTHER TOOL TO ALERT YOU TO HAZARDOUS
CONDITIONS IS NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO. THIS NATIONWIDE NETWORK OF
RADIO STATIONS BROADCASTS CONTINUOUS WEATHER...RIVER AND OTHER
EMERGENCY INFORMATION DIRECT FROM NWS OFFICES AND EMERGENCY
OFFICIALS. FOR MORE INFORMATION...VISIT WWW.NWS.NOAA.GOV/NWR/

$$



000
NOUS46 KOTX 201130
PNSOTX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPOKANE, WA
430 AM PDT FRI MARCH 20 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE (NWS) WEATHER FORECAST OFFICE IN
SPOKANE, WA HAS DECLARED MARCH 15TH THROUGH MARCH 21ST AS FLOOD
SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK FOR EASTERN WASHINGTON AND NORTHERN IDAHO.
EACH DAY DURING THE AWARENESS WEEK WILL FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A
DIFFERENT FLOOD RELATED TOPIC.

BE AWARE: KNOWING WHEN FLOODING IS POSSIBLE WILL GIVE YOU TIME TO
PREPARE!  YOU CAN ALWAYS FIND THE LATEST FORECASTS AND HAZARDOUS
WEATHER CONDITIONS AT WEATHER.GOV AND THE LATEST RIVER FORECAST
INFORMATION AT WATER.WEATHER.GOV. IF YOURE NOT ON YOUR COMPUTER,
YOU CAN ACCESS THE SAME INFORMATION VIA YOUR MOBILE DEVICE AT
HTTP://MOBILE.WEATHER.GOV.

WIRELESS EMERGENCY ALERTS ARE LIFE SAVING MESSAGES THAT WILL POP UP
ON YOUR MOBILE PHONE WHEN YOU ARE IN A GEOGRAPHIC AREA THAT IS UNDER
A FLASH FLOOD WARNING. VISIT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/WIRELESSALERTS FOR MORE
INFORMATION! ANOTHER TOOL TO ALERT YOU TO HAZARDOUS CONDITIONS IS
NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO. THIS NATIONWIDE NETWORK OF RADIO STATIONS
BROADCASTS CONTINUOUS WEATHER, RIVER AND OTHER EMERGENCY INFORMATION
DIRECT FROM NWS OFFICES AND EMERGENCY OFFICIALS. FOR MORE
INFORMATION, VISIT WWW.NWS.NOAA.GOV/NWR/

$$


000
NOUS46 KOTX 201130
PNSOTX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPOKANE, WA
430 AM PDT FRI MARCH 20 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE (NWS) WEATHER FORECAST OFFICE IN
SPOKANE, WA HAS DECLARED MARCH 15TH THROUGH MARCH 21ST AS FLOOD
SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK FOR EASTERN WASHINGTON AND NORTHERN IDAHO.
EACH DAY DURING THE AWARENESS WEEK WILL FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A
DIFFERENT FLOOD RELATED TOPIC.

BE AWARE: KNOWING WHEN FLOODING IS POSSIBLE WILL GIVE YOU TIME TO
PREPARE!  YOU CAN ALWAYS FIND THE LATEST FORECASTS AND HAZARDOUS
WEATHER CONDITIONS AT WEATHER.GOV AND THE LATEST RIVER FORECAST
INFORMATION AT WATER.WEATHER.GOV. IF YOURE NOT ON YOUR COMPUTER,
YOU CAN ACCESS THE SAME INFORMATION VIA YOUR MOBILE DEVICE AT
HTTP://MOBILE.WEATHER.GOV.

WIRELESS EMERGENCY ALERTS ARE LIFE SAVING MESSAGES THAT WILL POP UP
ON YOUR MOBILE PHONE WHEN YOU ARE IN A GEOGRAPHIC AREA THAT IS UNDER
A FLASH FLOOD WARNING. VISIT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/WIRELESSALERTS FOR MORE
INFORMATION! ANOTHER TOOL TO ALERT YOU TO HAZARDOUS CONDITIONS IS
NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO. THIS NATIONWIDE NETWORK OF RADIO STATIONS
BROADCASTS CONTINUOUS WEATHER, RIVER AND OTHER EMERGENCY INFORMATION
DIRECT FROM NWS OFFICES AND EMERGENCY OFFICIALS. FOR MORE
INFORMATION, VISIT WWW.NWS.NOAA.GOV/NWR/

$$



000
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PNSOTX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPOKANE, WA
430 AM PDT FRI MARCH 20 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE (NWS) WEATHER FORECAST OFFICE IN
SPOKANE, WA HAS DECLARED MARCH 15TH THROUGH MARCH 21ST AS FLOOD
SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK FOR EASTERN WASHINGTON AND NORTHERN IDAHO.
EACH DAY DURING THE AWARENESS WEEK WILL FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A
DIFFERENT FLOOD RELATED TOPIC.

BE AWARE: KNOWING WHEN FLOODING IS POSSIBLE WILL GIVE YOU TIME TO
PREPARE!  YOU CAN ALWAYS FIND THE LATEST FORECASTS AND HAZARDOUS
WEATHER CONDITIONS AT WEATHER.GOV AND THE LATEST RIVER FORECAST
INFORMATION AT WATER.WEATHER.GOV. IF YOURE NOT ON YOUR COMPUTER,
YOU CAN ACCESS THE SAME INFORMATION VIA YOUR MOBILE DEVICE AT
HTTP://MOBILE.WEATHER.GOV.

WIRELESS EMERGENCY ALERTS ARE LIFE SAVING MESSAGES THAT WILL POP UP
ON YOUR MOBILE PHONE WHEN YOU ARE IN A GEOGRAPHIC AREA THAT IS UNDER
A FLASH FLOOD WARNING. VISIT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/WIRELESSALERTS FOR MORE
INFORMATION! ANOTHER TOOL TO ALERT YOU TO HAZARDOUS CONDITIONS IS
NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO. THIS NATIONWIDE NETWORK OF RADIO STATIONS
BROADCASTS CONTINUOUS WEATHER, RIVER AND OTHER EMERGENCY INFORMATION
DIRECT FROM NWS OFFICES AND EMERGENCY OFFICIALS. FOR MORE
INFORMATION, VISIT WWW.NWS.NOAA.GOV/NWR/

$$


000
NOUS46 KOTX 201130
PNSOTX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPOKANE, WA
430 AM PDT FRI MARCH 20 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE (NWS) WEATHER FORECAST OFFICE IN
SPOKANE, WA HAS DECLARED MARCH 15TH THROUGH MARCH 21ST AS FLOOD
SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK FOR EASTERN WASHINGTON AND NORTHERN IDAHO.
EACH DAY DURING THE AWARENESS WEEK WILL FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A
DIFFERENT FLOOD RELATED TOPIC.

BE AWARE: KNOWING WHEN FLOODING IS POSSIBLE WILL GIVE YOU TIME TO
PREPARE!  YOU CAN ALWAYS FIND THE LATEST FORECASTS AND HAZARDOUS
WEATHER CONDITIONS AT WEATHER.GOV AND THE LATEST RIVER FORECAST
INFORMATION AT WATER.WEATHER.GOV. IF YOURE NOT ON YOUR COMPUTER,
YOU CAN ACCESS THE SAME INFORMATION VIA YOUR MOBILE DEVICE AT
HTTP://MOBILE.WEATHER.GOV.

WIRELESS EMERGENCY ALERTS ARE LIFE SAVING MESSAGES THAT WILL POP UP
ON YOUR MOBILE PHONE WHEN YOU ARE IN A GEOGRAPHIC AREA THAT IS UNDER
A FLASH FLOOD WARNING. VISIT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/WIRELESSALERTS FOR MORE
INFORMATION! ANOTHER TOOL TO ALERT YOU TO HAZARDOUS CONDITIONS IS
NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO. THIS NATIONWIDE NETWORK OF RADIO STATIONS
BROADCASTS CONTINUOUS WEATHER, RIVER AND OTHER EMERGENCY INFORMATION
DIRECT FROM NWS OFFICES AND EMERGENCY OFFICIALS. FOR MORE
INFORMATION, VISIT WWW.NWS.NOAA.GOV/NWR/

$$



000
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PNSGYX

MEZ007>009-012>014-018>022-023>028-NHZ001>015-211200

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY ME
638 AM EST FRI MAR 20 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED THE WEEK OF MARCH
15TH THROUGH 21ST FLOOD AWARENESS WEEK IN MAINE AND NEW
HAMPSHIRE, AS WELL AS THE REMAINDER OF THE UNITED STATES.

...KEEPING INFORMED ABOUT FLOODING AND THE FLOOD
POTENTIAL...

FLOODING IS THE TOP STORM-RELATED KILLER IN THE UNITED
STATES.  IF YOU LIVE IN OR TRAVEL THROUGH A FLOOD PRONE
AREA, YOU SHOULD KEEP ABREAST OF THE LATEST HYDROLOGICAL
CONDITIONS IN YOUR AREA.  THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AND
OTHER FEDERAL AND STATE AGENCIES PROVIDE A WEALTH OF
INFORMATION ONLINE CONCERNING THE FLOOD POTENTIAL AND ANY
FLOODING.

BELOW ARE SOME OF THE SITES WHERE YOU CAN OBTAIN INFORMATION
ON THE WEB.  PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL THE WEB ADDRESSES SHOULD
BE TYPED IN LOWER CASE.

LATEST WEATHER FORECAST, WATCH, AND WARNING INFORMATION:

HTTP://WEATHER.GOV/GRAY
HTTP://WEATHER.GOV/CARIBOU
HTTP://WEATHER.GOV/BOSTON
HTTP://WEATHER.GOV/NERFC

RIVER INFORMATION, INCLUDING LATEST STAGES AND GRAPHS OF
FORECAST RIVER LEVELS, CAN BE OBTAINED FROM THE NATIONAL
WEATHER SERVICE`S ADVANCED HYDROLOGICAL PREDICTION SYSTEM BY
ACCESSING THE FOLLOWING WEB SITES AND CLICKING ON THE RIVER
FORECAST POINT OF INTEREST.

HTTP://WATER.WEATHER.GOV/AHPS2/INDEX.PHP?WFO=GYX
HTTP://WATER.WEATHER.GOV/AHPS2/INDEX.PHP?WFO=CAR
HTTP://WATER.WEATHER.GOV/AHPS2/INDEX.PHP?WFO=BOX
HTTP://WATERDATA.USGS.GOV/ME/NWIS/RT
HTTP://WATERDATA.USGS.GOV/NH/NWIS/RT

CURRENT SNOW AND WATER EQUIVALENT INFORMATION CAN BE
OBTAINED THROUGH THE NORTHEAST RIVER FORECAST CENTER AND
THROUGH THE MAINE EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT WEB SITES.
HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/NERFC/SNOW
HTTP://WWW.MAINE.GOV/RFAC/RFAC_SNOW.SHTML


FLOOD SAFETY AND ADDITIONAL INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE ON THE
WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE SITES LISTED ABOVE AND ON THE
FOLLOWING WEB SITES.

HTTP://WWW.FLOODSAFETY.NOAA.GOV

HTTP://WWW.MAINE.GOV/MEMA/PREPARE/

HTTP://WWW.NH.GOV/SAFETY/DIVISIONS/BEM/NATURALHAZARDS/INDEX.HTML

HTTP://WWW.MAINE.GOV/RFAC/


ALWAYS REMEMBER, IF YOU ENCOUNTER A FLOODED ROADWAY, TURN
AROUND, DON`T DROWN!

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, CALL YOUR LOCAL NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE OFFICE.
$$

JENSENIUS/HAWLEY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
GRAY, MAINE

NNNN


000
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MEZ007>009-012>014-018>022-023>028-NHZ001>015-211200

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY ME
638 AM EST FRI MAR 20 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED THE WEEK OF MARCH
15TH THROUGH 21ST FLOOD AWARENESS WEEK IN MAINE AND NEW
HAMPSHIRE, AS WELL AS THE REMAINDER OF THE UNITED STATES.

...KEEPING INFORMED ABOUT FLOODING AND THE FLOOD
POTENTIAL...

FLOODING IS THE TOP STORM-RELATED KILLER IN THE UNITED
STATES.  IF YOU LIVE IN OR TRAVEL THROUGH A FLOOD PRONE
AREA, YOU SHOULD KEEP ABREAST OF THE LATEST HYDROLOGICAL
CONDITIONS IN YOUR AREA.  THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AND
OTHER FEDERAL AND STATE AGENCIES PROVIDE A WEALTH OF
INFORMATION ONLINE CONCERNING THE FLOOD POTENTIAL AND ANY
FLOODING.

BELOW ARE SOME OF THE SITES WHERE YOU CAN OBTAIN INFORMATION
ON THE WEB.  PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL THE WEB ADDRESSES SHOULD
BE TYPED IN LOWER CASE.

LATEST WEATHER FORECAST, WATCH, AND WARNING INFORMATION:

HTTP://WEATHER.GOV/GRAY
HTTP://WEATHER.GOV/CARIBOU
HTTP://WEATHER.GOV/BOSTON
HTTP://WEATHER.GOV/NERFC

RIVER INFORMATION, INCLUDING LATEST STAGES AND GRAPHS OF
FORECAST RIVER LEVELS, CAN BE OBTAINED FROM THE NATIONAL
WEATHER SERVICE`S ADVANCED HYDROLOGICAL PREDICTION SYSTEM BY
ACCESSING THE FOLLOWING WEB SITES AND CLICKING ON THE RIVER
FORECAST POINT OF INTEREST.

HTTP://WATER.WEATHER.GOV/AHPS2/INDEX.PHP?WFO=GYX
HTTP://WATER.WEATHER.GOV/AHPS2/INDEX.PHP?WFO=CAR
HTTP://WATER.WEATHER.GOV/AHPS2/INDEX.PHP?WFO=BOX
HTTP://WATERDATA.USGS.GOV/ME/NWIS/RT
HTTP://WATERDATA.USGS.GOV/NH/NWIS/RT

CURRENT SNOW AND WATER EQUIVALENT INFORMATION CAN BE
OBTAINED THROUGH THE NORTHEAST RIVER FORECAST CENTER AND
THROUGH THE MAINE EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT WEB SITES.
HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/NERFC/SNOW
HTTP://WWW.MAINE.GOV/RFAC/RFAC_SNOW.SHTML


FLOOD SAFETY AND ADDITIONAL INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE ON THE
WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE SITES LISTED ABOVE AND ON THE
FOLLOWING WEB SITES.

HTTP://WWW.FLOODSAFETY.NOAA.GOV

HTTP://WWW.MAINE.GOV/MEMA/PREPARE/

HTTP://WWW.NH.GOV/SAFETY/DIVISIONS/BEM/NATURALHAZARDS/INDEX.HTML

HTTP://WWW.MAINE.GOV/RFAC/


ALWAYS REMEMBER, IF YOU ENCOUNTER A FLOODED ROADWAY, TURN
AROUND, DON`T DROWN!

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, CALL YOUR LOCAL NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE OFFICE.
$$

JENSENIUS/HAWLEY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
GRAY, MAINE

NNNN


000
NOUS41 KGYX 201038
PNSGYX

MEZ007>009-012>014-018>022-023>028-NHZ001>015-211200

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY ME
638 AM EST FRI MAR 20 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED THE WEEK OF MARCH
15TH THROUGH 21ST FLOOD AWARENESS WEEK IN MAINE AND NEW
HAMPSHIRE, AS WELL AS THE REMAINDER OF THE UNITED STATES.

...KEEPING INFORMED ABOUT FLOODING AND THE FLOOD
POTENTIAL...

FLOODING IS THE TOP STORM-RELATED KILLER IN THE UNITED
STATES.  IF YOU LIVE IN OR TRAVEL THROUGH A FLOOD PRONE
AREA, YOU SHOULD KEEP ABREAST OF THE LATEST HYDROLOGICAL
CONDITIONS IN YOUR AREA.  THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AND
OTHER FEDERAL AND STATE AGENCIES PROVIDE A WEALTH OF
INFORMATION ONLINE CONCERNING THE FLOOD POTENTIAL AND ANY
FLOODING.

BELOW ARE SOME OF THE SITES WHERE YOU CAN OBTAIN INFORMATION
ON THE WEB.  PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL THE WEB ADDRESSES SHOULD
BE TYPED IN LOWER CASE.

LATEST WEATHER FORECAST, WATCH, AND WARNING INFORMATION:

HTTP://WEATHER.GOV/GRAY
HTTP://WEATHER.GOV/CARIBOU
HTTP://WEATHER.GOV/BOSTON
HTTP://WEATHER.GOV/NERFC

RIVER INFORMATION, INCLUDING LATEST STAGES AND GRAPHS OF
FORECAST RIVER LEVELS, CAN BE OBTAINED FROM THE NATIONAL
WEATHER SERVICE`S ADVANCED HYDROLOGICAL PREDICTION SYSTEM BY
ACCESSING THE FOLLOWING WEB SITES AND CLICKING ON THE RIVER
FORECAST POINT OF INTEREST.

HTTP://WATER.WEATHER.GOV/AHPS2/INDEX.PHP?WFO=GYX
HTTP://WATER.WEATHER.GOV/AHPS2/INDEX.PHP?WFO=CAR
HTTP://WATER.WEATHER.GOV/AHPS2/INDEX.PHP?WFO=BOX
HTTP://WATERDATA.USGS.GOV/ME/NWIS/RT
HTTP://WATERDATA.USGS.GOV/NH/NWIS/RT

CURRENT SNOW AND WATER EQUIVALENT INFORMATION CAN BE
OBTAINED THROUGH THE NORTHEAST RIVER FORECAST CENTER AND
THROUGH THE MAINE EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT WEB SITES.
HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/NERFC/SNOW
HTTP://WWW.MAINE.GOV/RFAC/RFAC_SNOW.SHTML


FLOOD SAFETY AND ADDITIONAL INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE ON THE
WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE SITES LISTED ABOVE AND ON THE
FOLLOWING WEB SITES.

HTTP://WWW.FLOODSAFETY.NOAA.GOV

HTTP://WWW.MAINE.GOV/MEMA/PREPARE/

HTTP://WWW.NH.GOV/SAFETY/DIVISIONS/BEM/NATURALHAZARDS/INDEX.HTML

HTTP://WWW.MAINE.GOV/RFAC/


ALWAYS REMEMBER, IF YOU ENCOUNTER A FLOODED ROADWAY, TURN
AROUND, DON`T DROWN!

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, CALL YOUR LOCAL NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE OFFICE.
$$

JENSENIUS/HAWLEY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
GRAY, MAINE

NNNN


000
NOUS41 KGYX 201038
PNSGYX

MEZ007>009-012>014-018>022-023>028-NHZ001>015-211200

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY ME
638 AM EST FRI MAR 20 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED THE WEEK OF MARCH
15TH THROUGH 21ST FLOOD AWARENESS WEEK IN MAINE AND NEW
HAMPSHIRE, AS WELL AS THE REMAINDER OF THE UNITED STATES.

...KEEPING INFORMED ABOUT FLOODING AND THE FLOOD
POTENTIAL...

FLOODING IS THE TOP STORM-RELATED KILLER IN THE UNITED
STATES.  IF YOU LIVE IN OR TRAVEL THROUGH A FLOOD PRONE
AREA, YOU SHOULD KEEP ABREAST OF THE LATEST HYDROLOGICAL
CONDITIONS IN YOUR AREA.  THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AND
OTHER FEDERAL AND STATE AGENCIES PROVIDE A WEALTH OF
INFORMATION ONLINE CONCERNING THE FLOOD POTENTIAL AND ANY
FLOODING.

BELOW ARE SOME OF THE SITES WHERE YOU CAN OBTAIN INFORMATION
ON THE WEB.  PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL THE WEB ADDRESSES SHOULD
BE TYPED IN LOWER CASE.

LATEST WEATHER FORECAST, WATCH, AND WARNING INFORMATION:

HTTP://WEATHER.GOV/GRAY
HTTP://WEATHER.GOV/CARIBOU
HTTP://WEATHER.GOV/BOSTON
HTTP://WEATHER.GOV/NERFC

RIVER INFORMATION, INCLUDING LATEST STAGES AND GRAPHS OF
FORECAST RIVER LEVELS, CAN BE OBTAINED FROM THE NATIONAL
WEATHER SERVICE`S ADVANCED HYDROLOGICAL PREDICTION SYSTEM BY
ACCESSING THE FOLLOWING WEB SITES AND CLICKING ON THE RIVER
FORECAST POINT OF INTEREST.

HTTP://WATER.WEATHER.GOV/AHPS2/INDEX.PHP?WFO=GYX
HTTP://WATER.WEATHER.GOV/AHPS2/INDEX.PHP?WFO=CAR
HTTP://WATER.WEATHER.GOV/AHPS2/INDEX.PHP?WFO=BOX
HTTP://WATERDATA.USGS.GOV/ME/NWIS/RT
HTTP://WATERDATA.USGS.GOV/NH/NWIS/RT

CURRENT SNOW AND WATER EQUIVALENT INFORMATION CAN BE
OBTAINED THROUGH THE NORTHEAST RIVER FORECAST CENTER AND
THROUGH THE MAINE EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT WEB SITES.
HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/NERFC/SNOW
HTTP://WWW.MAINE.GOV/RFAC/RFAC_SNOW.SHTML


FLOOD SAFETY AND ADDITIONAL INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE ON THE
WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE SITES LISTED ABOVE AND ON THE
FOLLOWING WEB SITES.

HTTP://WWW.FLOODSAFETY.NOAA.GOV

HTTP://WWW.MAINE.GOV/MEMA/PREPARE/

HTTP://WWW.NH.GOV/SAFETY/DIVISIONS/BEM/NATURALHAZARDS/INDEX.HTML

HTTP://WWW.MAINE.GOV/RFAC/


ALWAYS REMEMBER, IF YOU ENCOUNTER A FLOODED ROADWAY, TURN
AROUND, DON`T DROWN!

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, CALL YOUR LOCAL NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE OFFICE.
$$

JENSENIUS/HAWLEY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
GRAY, MAINE

NNNN


000
NOUS41 KGYX 201038
PNSGYX

MEZ007>009-012>014-018>022-023>028-NHZ001>015-211200

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY ME
638 AM EST FRI MAR 20 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED THE WEEK OF MARCH
15TH THROUGH 21ST FLOOD AWARENESS WEEK IN MAINE AND NEW
HAMPSHIRE, AS WELL AS THE REMAINDER OF THE UNITED STATES.

...KEEPING INFORMED ABOUT FLOODING AND THE FLOOD
POTENTIAL...

FLOODING IS THE TOP STORM-RELATED KILLER IN THE UNITED
STATES.  IF YOU LIVE IN OR TRAVEL THROUGH A FLOOD PRONE
AREA, YOU SHOULD KEEP ABREAST OF THE LATEST HYDROLOGICAL
CONDITIONS IN YOUR AREA.  THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AND
OTHER FEDERAL AND STATE AGENCIES PROVIDE A WEALTH OF
INFORMATION ONLINE CONCERNING THE FLOOD POTENTIAL AND ANY
FLOODING.

BELOW ARE SOME OF THE SITES WHERE YOU CAN OBTAIN INFORMATION
ON THE WEB.  PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL THE WEB ADDRESSES SHOULD
BE TYPED IN LOWER CASE.

LATEST WEATHER FORECAST, WATCH, AND WARNING INFORMATION:

HTTP://WEATHER.GOV/GRAY
HTTP://WEATHER.GOV/CARIBOU
HTTP://WEATHER.GOV/BOSTON
HTTP://WEATHER.GOV/NERFC

RIVER INFORMATION, INCLUDING LATEST STAGES AND GRAPHS OF
FORECAST RIVER LEVELS, CAN BE OBTAINED FROM THE NATIONAL
WEATHER SERVICE`S ADVANCED HYDROLOGICAL PREDICTION SYSTEM BY
ACCESSING THE FOLLOWING WEB SITES AND CLICKING ON THE RIVER
FORECAST POINT OF INTEREST.

HTTP://WATER.WEATHER.GOV/AHPS2/INDEX.PHP?WFO=GYX
HTTP://WATER.WEATHER.GOV/AHPS2/INDEX.PHP?WFO=CAR
HTTP://WATER.WEATHER.GOV/AHPS2/INDEX.PHP?WFO=BOX
HTTP://WATERDATA.USGS.GOV/ME/NWIS/RT
HTTP://WATERDATA.USGS.GOV/NH/NWIS/RT

CURRENT SNOW AND WATER EQUIVALENT INFORMATION CAN BE
OBTAINED THROUGH THE NORTHEAST RIVER FORECAST CENTER AND
THROUGH THE MAINE EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT WEB SITES.
HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/NERFC/SNOW
HTTP://WWW.MAINE.GOV/RFAC/RFAC_SNOW.SHTML


FLOOD SAFETY AND ADDITIONAL INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE ON THE
WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE SITES LISTED ABOVE AND ON THE
FOLLOWING WEB SITES.

HTTP://WWW.FLOODSAFETY.NOAA.GOV

HTTP://WWW.MAINE.GOV/MEMA/PREPARE/

HTTP://WWW.NH.GOV/SAFETY/DIVISIONS/BEM/NATURALHAZARDS/INDEX.HTML

HTTP://WWW.MAINE.GOV/RFAC/


ALWAYS REMEMBER, IF YOU ENCOUNTER A FLOODED ROADWAY, TURN
AROUND, DON`T DROWN!

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, CALL YOUR LOCAL NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE OFFICE.
$$

JENSENIUS/HAWLEY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
GRAY, MAINE




000
NOUS41 KGYX 201038
PNSGYX

MEZ007>009-012>014-018>022-023>028-NHZ001>015-211200

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY ME
638 AM EST FRI MAR 20 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED THE WEEK OF MARCH
15TH THROUGH 21ST FLOOD AWARENESS WEEK IN MAINE AND NEW
HAMPSHIRE, AS WELL AS THE REMAINDER OF THE UNITED STATES.

...KEEPING INFORMED ABOUT FLOODING AND THE FLOOD
POTENTIAL...

FLOODING IS THE TOP STORM-RELATED KILLER IN THE UNITED
STATES.  IF YOU LIVE IN OR TRAVEL THROUGH A FLOOD PRONE
AREA, YOU SHOULD KEEP ABREAST OF THE LATEST HYDROLOGICAL
CONDITIONS IN YOUR AREA.  THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AND
OTHER FEDERAL AND STATE AGENCIES PROVIDE A WEALTH OF
INFORMATION ONLINE CONCERNING THE FLOOD POTENTIAL AND ANY
FLOODING.

BELOW ARE SOME OF THE SITES WHERE YOU CAN OBTAIN INFORMATION
ON THE WEB.  PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL THE WEB ADDRESSES SHOULD
BE TYPED IN LOWER CASE.

LATEST WEATHER FORECAST, WATCH, AND WARNING INFORMATION:

HTTP://WEATHER.GOV/GRAY
HTTP://WEATHER.GOV/CARIBOU
HTTP://WEATHER.GOV/BOSTON
HTTP://WEATHER.GOV/NERFC

RIVER INFORMATION, INCLUDING LATEST STAGES AND GRAPHS OF
FORECAST RIVER LEVELS, CAN BE OBTAINED FROM THE NATIONAL
WEATHER SERVICE`S ADVANCED HYDROLOGICAL PREDICTION SYSTEM BY
ACCESSING THE FOLLOWING WEB SITES AND CLICKING ON THE RIVER
FORECAST POINT OF INTEREST.

HTTP://WATER.WEATHER.GOV/AHPS2/INDEX.PHP?WFO=GYX
HTTP://WATER.WEATHER.GOV/AHPS2/INDEX.PHP?WFO=CAR
HTTP://WATER.WEATHER.GOV/AHPS2/INDEX.PHP?WFO=BOX
HTTP://WATERDATA.USGS.GOV/ME/NWIS/RT
HTTP://WATERDATA.USGS.GOV/NH/NWIS/RT

CURRENT SNOW AND WATER EQUIVALENT INFORMATION CAN BE
OBTAINED THROUGH THE NORTHEAST RIVER FORECAST CENTER AND
THROUGH THE MAINE EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT WEB SITES.
HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/NERFC/SNOW
HTTP://WWW.MAINE.GOV/RFAC/RFAC_SNOW.SHTML


FLOOD SAFETY AND ADDITIONAL INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE ON THE
WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE SITES LISTED ABOVE AND ON THE
FOLLOWING WEB SITES.

HTTP://WWW.FLOODSAFETY.NOAA.GOV

HTTP://WWW.MAINE.GOV/MEMA/PREPARE/

HTTP://WWW.NH.GOV/SAFETY/DIVISIONS/BEM/NATURALHAZARDS/INDEX.HTML

HTTP://WWW.MAINE.GOV/RFAC/


ALWAYS REMEMBER, IF YOU ENCOUNTER A FLOODED ROADWAY, TURN
AROUND, DON`T DROWN!

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, CALL YOUR LOCAL NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE OFFICE.
$$

JENSENIUS/HAWLEY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
GRAY, MAINE

NNNN


000
NOUS41 KGYX 201038
PNSGYX

MEZ007>009-012>014-018>022-023>028-NHZ001>015-211200

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY ME
638 AM EST FRI MAR 20 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED THE WEEK OF MARCH
15TH THROUGH 21ST FLOOD AWARENESS WEEK IN MAINE AND NEW
HAMPSHIRE, AS WELL AS THE REMAINDER OF THE UNITED STATES.

...KEEPING INFORMED ABOUT FLOODING AND THE FLOOD
POTENTIAL...

FLOODING IS THE TOP STORM-RELATED KILLER IN THE UNITED
STATES.  IF YOU LIVE IN OR TRAVEL THROUGH A FLOOD PRONE
AREA, YOU SHOULD KEEP ABREAST OF THE LATEST HYDROLOGICAL
CONDITIONS IN YOUR AREA.  THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AND
OTHER FEDERAL AND STATE AGENCIES PROVIDE A WEALTH OF
INFORMATION ONLINE CONCERNING THE FLOOD POTENTIAL AND ANY
FLOODING.

BELOW ARE SOME OF THE SITES WHERE YOU CAN OBTAIN INFORMATION
ON THE WEB.  PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL THE WEB ADDRESSES SHOULD
BE TYPED IN LOWER CASE.

LATEST WEATHER FORECAST, WATCH, AND WARNING INFORMATION:

HTTP://WEATHER.GOV/GRAY
HTTP://WEATHER.GOV/CARIBOU
HTTP://WEATHER.GOV/BOSTON
HTTP://WEATHER.GOV/NERFC

RIVER INFORMATION, INCLUDING LATEST STAGES AND GRAPHS OF
FORECAST RIVER LEVELS, CAN BE OBTAINED FROM THE NATIONAL
WEATHER SERVICE`S ADVANCED HYDROLOGICAL PREDICTION SYSTEM BY
ACCESSING THE FOLLOWING WEB SITES AND CLICKING ON THE RIVER
FORECAST POINT OF INTEREST.

HTTP://WATER.WEATHER.GOV/AHPS2/INDEX.PHP?WFO=GYX
HTTP://WATER.WEATHER.GOV/AHPS2/INDEX.PHP?WFO=CAR
HTTP://WATER.WEATHER.GOV/AHPS2/INDEX.PHP?WFO=BOX
HTTP://WATERDATA.USGS.GOV/ME/NWIS/RT
HTTP://WATERDATA.USGS.GOV/NH/NWIS/RT

CURRENT SNOW AND WATER EQUIVALENT INFORMATION CAN BE
OBTAINED THROUGH THE NORTHEAST RIVER FORECAST CENTER AND
THROUGH THE MAINE EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT WEB SITES.
HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/NERFC/SNOW
HTTP://WWW.MAINE.GOV/RFAC/RFAC_SNOW.SHTML


FLOOD SAFETY AND ADDITIONAL INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE ON THE
WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE SITES LISTED ABOVE AND ON THE
FOLLOWING WEB SITES.

HTTP://WWW.FLOODSAFETY.NOAA.GOV

HTTP://WWW.MAINE.GOV/MEMA/PREPARE/

HTTP://WWW.NH.GOV/SAFETY/DIVISIONS/BEM/NATURALHAZARDS/INDEX.HTML

HTTP://WWW.MAINE.GOV/RFAC/


ALWAYS REMEMBER, IF YOU ENCOUNTER A FLOODED ROADWAY, TURN
AROUND, DON`T DROWN!

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, CALL YOUR LOCAL NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE OFFICE.
$$

JENSENIUS/HAWLEY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
GRAY, MAINE

NNNN



000
NOUS41 KGYX 201038
PNSGYX

MEZ007>009-012>014-018>022-023>028-NHZ001>015-211200

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY ME
638 AM EST FRI MAR 20 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED THE WEEK OF MARCH
15TH THROUGH 21ST FLOOD AWARENESS WEEK IN MAINE AND NEW
HAMPSHIRE, AS WELL AS THE REMAINDER OF THE UNITED STATES.

...KEEPING INFORMED ABOUT FLOODING AND THE FLOOD
POTENTIAL...

FLOODING IS THE TOP STORM-RELATED KILLER IN THE UNITED
STATES.  IF YOU LIVE IN OR TRAVEL THROUGH A FLOOD PRONE
AREA, YOU SHOULD KEEP ABREAST OF THE LATEST HYDROLOGICAL
CONDITIONS IN YOUR AREA.  THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AND
OTHER FEDERAL AND STATE AGENCIES PROVIDE A WEALTH OF
INFORMATION ONLINE CONCERNING THE FLOOD POTENTIAL AND ANY
FLOODING.

BELOW ARE SOME OF THE SITES WHERE YOU CAN OBTAIN INFORMATION
ON THE WEB.  PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL THE WEB ADDRESSES SHOULD
BE TYPED IN LOWER CASE.

LATEST WEATHER FORECAST, WATCH, AND WARNING INFORMATION:

HTTP://WEATHER.GOV/GRAY
HTTP://WEATHER.GOV/CARIBOU
HTTP://WEATHER.GOV/BOSTON
HTTP://WEATHER.GOV/NERFC

RIVER INFORMATION, INCLUDING LATEST STAGES AND GRAPHS OF
FORECAST RIVER LEVELS, CAN BE OBTAINED FROM THE NATIONAL
WEATHER SERVICE`S ADVANCED HYDROLOGICAL PREDICTION SYSTEM BY
ACCESSING THE FOLLOWING WEB SITES AND CLICKING ON THE RIVER
FORECAST POINT OF INTEREST.

HTTP://WATER.WEATHER.GOV/AHPS2/INDEX.PHP?WFO=GYX
HTTP://WATER.WEATHER.GOV/AHPS2/INDEX.PHP?WFO=CAR
HTTP://WATER.WEATHER.GOV/AHPS2/INDEX.PHP?WFO=BOX
HTTP://WATERDATA.USGS.GOV/ME/NWIS/RT
HTTP://WATERDATA.USGS.GOV/NH/NWIS/RT

CURRENT SNOW AND WATER EQUIVALENT INFORMATION CAN BE
OBTAINED THROUGH THE NORTHEAST RIVER FORECAST CENTER AND
THROUGH THE MAINE EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT WEB SITES.
HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/NERFC/SNOW
HTTP://WWW.MAINE.GOV/RFAC/RFAC_SNOW.SHTML


FLOOD SAFETY AND ADDITIONAL INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE ON THE
WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE SITES LISTED ABOVE AND ON THE
FOLLOWING WEB SITES.

HTTP://WWW.FLOODSAFETY.NOAA.GOV

HTTP://WWW.MAINE.GOV/MEMA/PREPARE/

HTTP://WWW.NH.GOV/SAFETY/DIVISIONS/BEM/NATURALHAZARDS/INDEX.HTML

HTTP://WWW.MAINE.GOV/RFAC/


ALWAYS REMEMBER, IF YOU ENCOUNTER A FLOODED ROADWAY, TURN
AROUND, DON`T DROWN!

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, CALL YOUR LOCAL NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE OFFICE.
$$

JENSENIUS/HAWLEY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
GRAY, MAINE




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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CARIBOU ME
505 AM EDT FRI MAR 20 2015

...FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK CONTINUES...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED MARCH 15 THROUGH MARCH 21
AS FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK. THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN
CARIBOU WILL FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A DIFFERENT FLOOD TOPIC EACH
DAY DURING THE WEEK.

TODAY`S TOPIC: PARTNER RESOURCES

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WORKS WITH AND RELIES ON STRATEGIC
PARTNERS INVOLVED IN RIVER OBSERVATIONS, RESERVOIR MANAGEMENT,
FLOODPLAIN MANAGEMENT, FLOOD HAZARD MITIGATION, AND FLOOD
PREPAREDNESS AND SAFETY TO REDUCE THE LOSS OF LIFE AND PROPERTY DUE
TO FLOODS. TODAY WE ARE SHARING SOME GREAT TOOLS FROM SEVERAL OF OUR
PARTNERS.

AMERICAN RED CROSS FAMILY DISASTER PLAN:
WWW.REDCROSS.ORG/LOCATION/HOME-FAMILY

FEDERAL ALLIANCE FOR SAFE HOMES (FLASH) FLOOD SAFETY INFORMATION:
WWW.FLASH.ORG/PERIL_FLOOD.PHP

FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY (FEMA)
SAFETY INFORMATION: WWW.READY.GOV
SAFETY KIT ASSEMBLY: WWW.READY.GOV/BUILD-A-KIT
PROPERTY PROTECTION AND FLOOD INSURANCE: WWW.FLOODSMART.GOV
ASSESS YOUR FLOOD RISK: HTTPS://MSC.FEMA.GOV

UNITED STATES ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS (USACE) FLOOD INFORMATION:
HTTP://USACE.ARMY.MIL/MISSIONS/EMERGENCYOPERATIONS/FLOODS.ASPX

UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL SURVEY (USGS)
WATER WATCH: HTTP://WATERWATCH.USGS.GOV/INDEX.PHP?ID=WW
WATER ALERT: HTTP://MAPS.WATERDATA.USGS.GOV/MAPPER/WATERALERT

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WORKS WITH MANY KEY PARTNERS TO
COMPLETE ITS MISSION OF PROTECTING LIFE AND PROPERTY. SOME
ADDITIONAL KEY PARTNERS ARE THE NATIONAL HYDROLOGIC WARNING COUNCIL,
ASSOCIATION OF STATE FLOODPLAIN MANAGERS, THE NATIONAL SAFETY
COUNCIL, MEDIA OUTLETS, AND MANY OTHER GOVERNMENT AND PRIVATE SECTOR
ORGANIZATIONS. FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT ANY OF OUR PARTNERS, OR TO
LEARN ABOUT PARTNERS LOCAL TO YOUR AREA, CONTACT YOUR LOCAL NWS
OFFICE.

AS WE WRAP UP THE 2014 FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK, REMEMBER THAT
FLOODING CAN OCCUR IN ANY OF THE FIFTY STATES OR U.S. TERRITORIES AT
ANY TIME OF THE YEAR. PREPARE YOURSELF, YOUR FAMILY, AND YOUR HOME.
BE AWARE OF POTENTIAL FLOODING IN YOUR AREA, TURN AROUND, DON`T
DROWN, AND HELP MAKE THE U.S. A MORE WEATHER READY NATION!

FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT YOUR LOCAL NWS OFFICE OR EMAIL
HYDRO.OUTREACH@NOAA.GOV.

SAFETY TIP OF THE DAY - DO YOU KNOW THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A FLOOD
WATCH AND A FLOOD WARNING? THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN CARIBOU
ISSUES A FLOOD WATCH TO MAKE THE PUBLIC AWARE OF THE POTENTIAL FOR
FLOODING DUE TO FAVORABLE CONDITIONS SUCH AS HEAVY RAIN OR RIVER ICE
BREAKUP. IF A FLOOD WATCH IS ISSUED FOR YOUR AREA, STAY ALERT FOR
RAPIDLY CHANGING CONDITIONS AND FORECAST UPDATES, ESPECIALLY IF YOU
LIVE ALONG A RIVER OR STREAM OR IN A LOW-LYING AREA. A FLOOD WARNING
IS ISSUED WHEN DANGEROUS FLOODING IS IMMINENT OR ALREADY OCCURRING.
IF YOU HEAR A FLOOD WARNING HAS BEEN ISSUED FOR YOUR AREA, DON`T
HESITATE. GET TO SAFETY IMMEDIATELY!



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NOUS41 KCAR 200905
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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CARIBOU ME
505 AM EDT FRI MAR 20 2015

...FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK CONTINUES...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED MARCH 15 THROUGH MARCH 21
AS FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK. THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN
CARIBOU WILL FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A DIFFERENT FLOOD TOPIC EACH
DAY DURING THE WEEK.

TODAY`S TOPIC: PARTNER RESOURCES

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WORKS WITH AND RELIES ON STRATEGIC
PARTNERS INVOLVED IN RIVER OBSERVATIONS, RESERVOIR MANAGEMENT,
FLOODPLAIN MANAGEMENT, FLOOD HAZARD MITIGATION, AND FLOOD
PREPAREDNESS AND SAFETY TO REDUCE THE LOSS OF LIFE AND PROPERTY DUE
TO FLOODS. TODAY WE ARE SHARING SOME GREAT TOOLS FROM SEVERAL OF OUR
PARTNERS.

AMERICAN RED CROSS FAMILY DISASTER PLAN:
WWW.REDCROSS.ORG/LOCATION/HOME-FAMILY

FEDERAL ALLIANCE FOR SAFE HOMES (FLASH) FLOOD SAFETY INFORMATION:
WWW.FLASH.ORG/PERIL_FLOOD.PHP

FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY (FEMA)
SAFETY INFORMATION: WWW.READY.GOV
SAFETY KIT ASSEMBLY: WWW.READY.GOV/BUILD-A-KIT
PROPERTY PROTECTION AND FLOOD INSURANCE: WWW.FLOODSMART.GOV
ASSESS YOUR FLOOD RISK: HTTPS://MSC.FEMA.GOV

UNITED STATES ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS (USACE) FLOOD INFORMATION:
HTTP://USACE.ARMY.MIL/MISSIONS/EMERGENCYOPERATIONS/FLOODS.ASPX

UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL SURVEY (USGS)
WATER WATCH: HTTP://WATERWATCH.USGS.GOV/INDEX.PHP?ID=WW
WATER ALERT: HTTP://MAPS.WATERDATA.USGS.GOV/MAPPER/WATERALERT

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WORKS WITH MANY KEY PARTNERS TO
COMPLETE ITS MISSION OF PROTECTING LIFE AND PROPERTY. SOME
ADDITIONAL KEY PARTNERS ARE THE NATIONAL HYDROLOGIC WARNING COUNCIL,
ASSOCIATION OF STATE FLOODPLAIN MANAGERS, THE NATIONAL SAFETY
COUNCIL, MEDIA OUTLETS, AND MANY OTHER GOVERNMENT AND PRIVATE SECTOR
ORGANIZATIONS. FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT ANY OF OUR PARTNERS, OR TO
LEARN ABOUT PARTNERS LOCAL TO YOUR AREA, CONTACT YOUR LOCAL NWS
OFFICE.

AS WE WRAP UP THE 2014 FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK, REMEMBER THAT
FLOODING CAN OCCUR IN ANY OF THE FIFTY STATES OR U.S. TERRITORIES AT
ANY TIME OF THE YEAR. PREPARE YOURSELF, YOUR FAMILY, AND YOUR HOME.
BE AWARE OF POTENTIAL FLOODING IN YOUR AREA, TURN AROUND, DON`T
DROWN, AND HELP MAKE THE U.S. A MORE WEATHER READY NATION!

FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT YOUR LOCAL NWS OFFICE OR EMAIL
HYDRO.OUTREACH@NOAA.GOV.

SAFETY TIP OF THE DAY - DO YOU KNOW THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A FLOOD
WATCH AND A FLOOD WARNING? THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN CARIBOU
ISSUES A FLOOD WATCH TO MAKE THE PUBLIC AWARE OF THE POTENTIAL FOR
FLOODING DUE TO FAVORABLE CONDITIONS SUCH AS HEAVY RAIN OR RIVER ICE
BREAKUP. IF A FLOOD WATCH IS ISSUED FOR YOUR AREA, STAY ALERT FOR
RAPIDLY CHANGING CONDITIONS AND FORECAST UPDATES, ESPECIALLY IF YOU
LIVE ALONG A RIVER OR STREAM OR IN A LOW-LYING AREA. A FLOOD WARNING
IS ISSUED WHEN DANGEROUS FLOODING IS IMMINENT OR ALREADY OCCURRING.
IF YOU HEAR A FLOOD WARNING HAS BEEN ISSUED FOR YOUR AREA, DON`T
HESITATE. GET TO SAFETY IMMEDIATELY!


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NOUS42 KTAE 200818
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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TALLAHASSEE
420 AM EDT FRI MAR 20 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED MARCH 16 THROUGH MARCH 20
AS FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK IN GEORGIA. THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE IN TALLAHASSEE WILL FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A DIFFERENT
FLOOD TOPIC EACH DAY DURING THE WEEK.

TODAY`S TOPIC: PARTNER RESOURCES.

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WORKS WITH AND RELIES ON STRATEGIC
PARTNERS INVOLVED IN RIVER OBSERVATIONS, RESERVOIR MANAGEMENT,
FLOODPLAIN MANAGEMENT, FLOOD HAZARD MITIGATION, AND FLOOD
PREPAREDNESS AND SAFETY TO REDUCE THE LOSS OF LIFE AND PROPERTY DUE
TO FLOODS. TODAY WE ARE SHARING SOME GREAT TOOLS FROM SEVERAL OF OUR
PARTNERS.

AMERICAN RED CROSS FAMILY DISASTER PLAN:

WWW.REDCROSS.ORG/PREPARE/LOCATION/HOME-FAMILY

FEDERAL ALLIANCE FOR SAFE HOMES (FLASH):

FLOOD SAFETY INFORMATION: WWW.FLASH.ORG/PERIL_FLOOD.PHP

FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY (FEMA):

SAFETY INFORMATION:  WWW.READY.GOV. SAFETY KIT ASSEMBLY:
WWW.READY.GOV/BUILD-A-KIT.

PROPERTY PROTECTION AND FLOOD INSURANCE:
WWW.FLOODSMART.GOV. ASSESS YOUR FLOOD RISK: HTTPS://MSC.FEMA.GOV.

UNITED STATES ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS: FLOOD INFORMATION:
HTTP://WWW.USACE.ARMY.MIL/MISSIONS/EMERGENCYOPERATIONS/FLOODS.ASPX

UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL SURVEY: WATER WATCH:

HTTP://WATERWATCH.USGS.GOV/INDEX.PHP?ID=WW WATER ALERT - NATIONAL

WATER INFORMATION SYSTEM:
HTTP://MAPS.WATERDATA.USGS.GOV/MAPPER/WATERALERT/

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WORKS WITH MANY KEY PARTNERS TO
COMPLETE THE MISSION OF PROTECTING LIFE AND PROPERTY. SOME
ADDITIONAL KEY PARTNERS ARE THE NATIONAL HYDROLOGIC WARNING COUNCIL,
ASSOCIATION OF STATE FLOODPLAIN MANAGUA ERG, THE NATIONAL SAFETY
COUNCIL, MEDIA OUTLETS, AND MANY OTHER GOVERNMENT AND PRIVATE SECTOR
ORGANIZATIONS. FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT ANY OF OUR PARTNERS, OR TO
LEARN ABOUT PARTNERS LOCAL TO YOUR AREA, CONTACT YOUR LOCAL NWS
OFFICE.

AS WE WRAP UP THE 2015 FLOOD SAFETY PREPAREDNESS WEEK, REMEMBER,
FLOODING CAN OCCUR IN ANY OF THE FIFTY STATES OR U.S. AT ANY TIME OF
THE YEAR. PREPARE YOURSELF, YOUR FAMILY, AND YOUR HOME. BE AWARE OF
POTENTIAL FLOODING IN YOUR A REAR, TURN AROUND DON`T DROWN, AND HELP
MAKE THE U.S. A MORE WEATHER READY NATION!

HTTP://WWW.NWS.NOAA.GOV/COM/WEATHERREADYNATION/

FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT YOUR LOCAL NWS OFFICE OR E-MAIL

HYDRO.OUTREACH@NOAA.GOV.

$$

GODSEY


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NOUS42 KTAE 200818
PNSTAE

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TALLAHASSEE
420 AM EDT FRI MAR 20 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED MARCH 16 THROUGH MARCH 20
AS FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK IN GEORGIA. THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE IN TALLAHASSEE WILL FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A DIFFERENT
FLOOD TOPIC EACH DAY DURING THE WEEK.

TODAY`S TOPIC: PARTNER RESOURCES.

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WORKS WITH AND RELIES ON STRATEGIC
PARTNERS INVOLVED IN RIVER OBSERVATIONS, RESERVOIR MANAGEMENT,
FLOODPLAIN MANAGEMENT, FLOOD HAZARD MITIGATION, AND FLOOD
PREPAREDNESS AND SAFETY TO REDUCE THE LOSS OF LIFE AND PROPERTY DUE
TO FLOODS. TODAY WE ARE SHARING SOME GREAT TOOLS FROM SEVERAL OF OUR
PARTNERS.

AMERICAN RED CROSS FAMILY DISASTER PLAN:

WWW.REDCROSS.ORG/PREPARE/LOCATION/HOME-FAMILY

FEDERAL ALLIANCE FOR SAFE HOMES (FLASH):

FLOOD SAFETY INFORMATION: WWW.FLASH.ORG/PERIL_FLOOD.PHP

FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY (FEMA):

SAFETY INFORMATION:  WWW.READY.GOV. SAFETY KIT ASSEMBLY:
WWW.READY.GOV/BUILD-A-KIT.

PROPERTY PROTECTION AND FLOOD INSURANCE:
WWW.FLOODSMART.GOV. ASSESS YOUR FLOOD RISK: HTTPS://MSC.FEMA.GOV.

UNITED STATES ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS: FLOOD INFORMATION:
HTTP://WWW.USACE.ARMY.MIL/MISSIONS/EMERGENCYOPERATIONS/FLOODS.ASPX

UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL SURVEY: WATER WATCH:

HTTP://WATERWATCH.USGS.GOV/INDEX.PHP?ID=WW WATER ALERT - NATIONAL

WATER INFORMATION SYSTEM:
HTTP://MAPS.WATERDATA.USGS.GOV/MAPPER/WATERALERT/

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WORKS WITH MANY KEY PARTNERS TO
COMPLETE THE MISSION OF PROTECTING LIFE AND PROPERTY. SOME
ADDITIONAL KEY PARTNERS ARE THE NATIONAL HYDROLOGIC WARNING COUNCIL,
ASSOCIATION OF STATE FLOODPLAIN MANAGUA ERG, THE NATIONAL SAFETY
COUNCIL, MEDIA OUTLETS, AND MANY OTHER GOVERNMENT AND PRIVATE SECTOR
ORGANIZATIONS. FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT ANY OF OUR PARTNERS, OR TO
LEARN ABOUT PARTNERS LOCAL TO YOUR AREA, CONTACT YOUR LOCAL NWS
OFFICE.

AS WE WRAP UP THE 2015 FLOOD SAFETY PREPAREDNESS WEEK, REMEMBER,
FLOODING CAN OCCUR IN ANY OF THE FIFTY STATES OR U.S. AT ANY TIME OF
THE YEAR. PREPARE YOURSELF, YOUR FAMILY, AND YOUR HOME. BE AWARE OF
POTENTIAL FLOODING IN YOUR A REAR, TURN AROUND DON`T DROWN, AND HELP
MAKE THE U.S. A MORE WEATHER READY NATION!

HTTP://WWW.NWS.NOAA.GOV/COM/WEATHERREADYNATION/

FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT YOUR LOCAL NWS OFFICE OR E-MAIL

HYDRO.OUTREACH@NOAA.GOV.

$$

GODSEY



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NOUS42 KTAE 200818
PNSTAE

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TALLAHASSEE
420 AM EDT FRI MAR 20 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED MARCH 16 THROUGH MARCH 20
AS FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK IN GEORGIA. THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE IN TALLAHASSEE WILL FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A DIFFERENT
FLOOD TOPIC EACH DAY DURING THE WEEK.

TODAY`S TOPIC: PARTNER RESOURCES.

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WORKS WITH AND RELIES ON STRATEGIC
PARTNERS INVOLVED IN RIVER OBSERVATIONS, RESERVOIR MANAGEMENT,
FLOODPLAIN MANAGEMENT, FLOOD HAZARD MITIGATION, AND FLOOD
PREPAREDNESS AND SAFETY TO REDUCE THE LOSS OF LIFE AND PROPERTY DUE
TO FLOODS. TODAY WE ARE SHARING SOME GREAT TOOLS FROM SEVERAL OF OUR
PARTNERS.

AMERICAN RED CROSS FAMILY DISASTER PLAN:

WWW.REDCROSS.ORG/PREPARE/LOCATION/HOME-FAMILY

FEDERAL ALLIANCE FOR SAFE HOMES (FLASH):

FLOOD SAFETY INFORMATION: WWW.FLASH.ORG/PERIL_FLOOD.PHP

FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY (FEMA):

SAFETY INFORMATION:  WWW.READY.GOV. SAFETY KIT ASSEMBLY:
WWW.READY.GOV/BUILD-A-KIT.

PROPERTY PROTECTION AND FLOOD INSURANCE:
WWW.FLOODSMART.GOV. ASSESS YOUR FLOOD RISK: HTTPS://MSC.FEMA.GOV.

UNITED STATES ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS: FLOOD INFORMATION:
HTTP://WWW.USACE.ARMY.MIL/MISSIONS/EMERGENCYOPERATIONS/FLOODS.ASPX

UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL SURVEY: WATER WATCH:

HTTP://WATERWATCH.USGS.GOV/INDEX.PHP?ID=WW WATER ALERT - NATIONAL

WATER INFORMATION SYSTEM:
HTTP://MAPS.WATERDATA.USGS.GOV/MAPPER/WATERALERT/

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WORKS WITH MANY KEY PARTNERS TO
COMPLETE THE MISSION OF PROTECTING LIFE AND PROPERTY. SOME
ADDITIONAL KEY PARTNERS ARE THE NATIONAL HYDROLOGIC WARNING COUNCIL,
ASSOCIATION OF STATE FLOODPLAIN MANAGUA ERG, THE NATIONAL SAFETY
COUNCIL, MEDIA OUTLETS, AND MANY OTHER GOVERNMENT AND PRIVATE SECTOR
ORGANIZATIONS. FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT ANY OF OUR PARTNERS, OR TO
LEARN ABOUT PARTNERS LOCAL TO YOUR AREA, CONTACT YOUR LOCAL NWS
OFFICE.

AS WE WRAP UP THE 2015 FLOOD SAFETY PREPAREDNESS WEEK, REMEMBER,
FLOODING CAN OCCUR IN ANY OF THE FIFTY STATES OR U.S. AT ANY TIME OF
THE YEAR. PREPARE YOURSELF, YOUR FAMILY, AND YOUR HOME. BE AWARE OF
POTENTIAL FLOODING IN YOUR A REAR, TURN AROUND DON`T DROWN, AND HELP
MAKE THE U.S. A MORE WEATHER READY NATION!

HTTP://WWW.NWS.NOAA.GOV/COM/WEATHERREADYNATION/

FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT YOUR LOCAL NWS OFFICE OR E-MAIL

HYDRO.OUTREACH@NOAA.GOV.

$$

GODSEY



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NOUS42 KTAE 200818
PNSTAE

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TALLAHASSEE
420 AM EDT FRI MAR 20 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED MARCH 16 THROUGH MARCH 20
AS FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK IN GEORGIA. THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE IN TALLAHASSEE WILL FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A DIFFERENT
FLOOD TOPIC EACH DAY DURING THE WEEK.

TODAY`S TOPIC: PARTNER RESOURCES.

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WORKS WITH AND RELIES ON STRATEGIC
PARTNERS INVOLVED IN RIVER OBSERVATIONS, RESERVOIR MANAGEMENT,
FLOODPLAIN MANAGEMENT, FLOOD HAZARD MITIGATION, AND FLOOD
PREPAREDNESS AND SAFETY TO REDUCE THE LOSS OF LIFE AND PROPERTY DUE
TO FLOODS. TODAY WE ARE SHARING SOME GREAT TOOLS FROM SEVERAL OF OUR
PARTNERS.

AMERICAN RED CROSS FAMILY DISASTER PLAN:

WWW.REDCROSS.ORG/PREPARE/LOCATION/HOME-FAMILY

FEDERAL ALLIANCE FOR SAFE HOMES (FLASH):

FLOOD SAFETY INFORMATION: WWW.FLASH.ORG/PERIL_FLOOD.PHP

FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY (FEMA):

SAFETY INFORMATION:  WWW.READY.GOV. SAFETY KIT ASSEMBLY:
WWW.READY.GOV/BUILD-A-KIT.

PROPERTY PROTECTION AND FLOOD INSURANCE:
WWW.FLOODSMART.GOV. ASSESS YOUR FLOOD RISK: HTTPS://MSC.FEMA.GOV.

UNITED STATES ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS: FLOOD INFORMATION:
HTTP://WWW.USACE.ARMY.MIL/MISSIONS/EMERGENCYOPERATIONS/FLOODS.ASPX

UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL SURVEY: WATER WATCH:

HTTP://WATERWATCH.USGS.GOV/INDEX.PHP?ID=WW WATER ALERT - NATIONAL

WATER INFORMATION SYSTEM:
HTTP://MAPS.WATERDATA.USGS.GOV/MAPPER/WATERALERT/

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WORKS WITH MANY KEY PARTNERS TO
COMPLETE THE MISSION OF PROTECTING LIFE AND PROPERTY. SOME
ADDITIONAL KEY PARTNERS ARE THE NATIONAL HYDROLOGIC WARNING COUNCIL,
ASSOCIATION OF STATE FLOODPLAIN MANAGUA ERG, THE NATIONAL SAFETY
COUNCIL, MEDIA OUTLETS, AND MANY OTHER GOVERNMENT AND PRIVATE SECTOR
ORGANIZATIONS. FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT ANY OF OUR PARTNERS, OR TO
LEARN ABOUT PARTNERS LOCAL TO YOUR AREA, CONTACT YOUR LOCAL NWS
OFFICE.

AS WE WRAP UP THE 2015 FLOOD SAFETY PREPAREDNESS WEEK, REMEMBER,
FLOODING CAN OCCUR IN ANY OF THE FIFTY STATES OR U.S. AT ANY TIME OF
THE YEAR. PREPARE YOURSELF, YOUR FAMILY, AND YOUR HOME. BE AWARE OF
POTENTIAL FLOODING IN YOUR A REAR, TURN AROUND DON`T DROWN, AND HELP
MAKE THE U.S. A MORE WEATHER READY NATION!

HTTP://WWW.NWS.NOAA.GOV/COM/WEATHERREADYNATION/

FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT YOUR LOCAL NWS OFFICE OR E-MAIL

HYDRO.OUTREACH@NOAA.GOV.

$$

GODSEY


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TTAA00 KJAX DDHHMM

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSONVILLE FL
400 AM EDT FRI MAR 20 2015

...2015 GEORGIA FLOOD AWARENESS WEEK...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED MARCH 16 THROUGH MARCH 20
AS FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK IN GEORGIA. THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE IN JACKSONVILLE WILL FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A DIFFERENT
FLOOD TOPIC EACH DAY DURING THE WEEK.

TODAY`S TOPIC: PARTNER RESOURCES

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WORKS WITH AND RELIES ON STRATEGIC
PARTNERS INVOLVED IN RIVER OBSERVATIONS...RESERVOIR
MANAGEMENT...FLOODPLAIN MANAGEMENT...FLOOD HAZARD MITIGATION...AND
FLOOD PREPAREDNESS AND SAFETY TO REDUCE THE LOSS OF LIFE AND
PROPERTY DUE TO FLOODS. TODAY WE ARE SHARING SOME GREAT TOOLS FROM
SEVERAL OF OUR PARTNERS.

AMERICAN RED CROSS FAMILY DISASTER PLAN:
WWW.REDCROSS.ORG/PREPARE/LOCATION/HOME-FAMILY

FEDERAL ALLIANCE FOR SAFE HOMES (FLASH) FLOOD SAFETY INFORMATION:
WWW.FLASH.ORG/PERIL_FLOOD.PHP

FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY (FEMA)
SAFETY INFORMATION:  WWW.READY.GOV.
SAFETY KIT ASSEMBLY: WWW.READY.GOV/BUILD-A-KIT
PROPERTY PROTECTION AND FLOOD INSURANCE: WWW.FLOODSMART.GOV.
ASSESS YOUR FLOOD RISK: HTTPS://MSC.FEMA.GOV.

UNITED STATES ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS FLOOD INFORMATION:
HTTP://WWW.USACE.ARMY.MIL/MISSIONS/EMERGENCYOPERATIONS/FLOODS.ASPX

UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL SURVEY WATER WATCH:
HTTP://WATERWATCH.USGS.GOV/INDEX.PHP?ID=WW WATER ALERT - NATIONAL
WATER INFORMATION SYSTEM:
HTTP://MAPS.WATERDATA.USGS.GOV/MAPPER/WATERALERT/

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WORKS WITH MANY KEY PARTNERS TO
COMPLETE THE MISSION OF PROTECTING LIFE AND PROPERTY. SOME
ADDITIONAL KEY PARTNERS ARE THE NATIONAL HYDROLOGIC WARNING
COUNCIL...ASSOCIATION OF STATE FLOODPLAIN MANAGERS...THE NATIONAL
SAFETY COUNCIL...MEDIA OUTLETS...AND MANY OTHER GOVERNMENT AND
PRIVATE SECTOR ORGANIZATIONS. FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT ANY OF OUR
PARTNERS...OR TO LEARN ABOUT PARTNERS LOCAL TO YOUR AREA...CONTACT
YOUR LOCAL NWS OFFICE.

AS WE WRAP UP THE 2015 FLOOD SAFETY PREPAREDNESS WEEK...REMEMBER...
FLOODING CAN OCCUR IN ANY OF THE FIFTY STATES OR U.S. TERRITORIES AT
ANY TIME OF THE YEAR. PREPARE YOURSELF...YOUR FAMILY...AND YOUR
HOME. BE AWARE OF POTENTIAL FLOODING IN YOUR AREA...TURN AROUND
DON`T DROWN...AND HELP MAKE THE U.S. A MORE WEATHER READY NATION!
HTTP://WWW.NWS.NOAA.GOV/COM/WEATHERREADYNATION/

FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT YOUR LOCAL NWS OFFICE OR E-MAIL
HYDRO.OUTREACH@NOAA.GOV.

$$


000
NOUS42 KJAX 200802
PNSJAX

ZCZC JAXWRKAE5 160311
TTAA00 KJAX DDHHMM

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSONVILLE FL
400 AM EDT FRI MAR 20 2015

...2015 GEORGIA FLOOD AWARENESS WEEK...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED MARCH 16 THROUGH MARCH 20
AS FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK IN GEORGIA. THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE IN JACKSONVILLE WILL FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A DIFFERENT
FLOOD TOPIC EACH DAY DURING THE WEEK.

TODAY`S TOPIC: PARTNER RESOURCES

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WORKS WITH AND RELIES ON STRATEGIC
PARTNERS INVOLVED IN RIVER OBSERVATIONS...RESERVOIR
MANAGEMENT...FLOODPLAIN MANAGEMENT...FLOOD HAZARD MITIGATION...AND
FLOOD PREPAREDNESS AND SAFETY TO REDUCE THE LOSS OF LIFE AND
PROPERTY DUE TO FLOODS. TODAY WE ARE SHARING SOME GREAT TOOLS FROM
SEVERAL OF OUR PARTNERS.

AMERICAN RED CROSS FAMILY DISASTER PLAN:
WWW.REDCROSS.ORG/PREPARE/LOCATION/HOME-FAMILY

FEDERAL ALLIANCE FOR SAFE HOMES (FLASH) FLOOD SAFETY INFORMATION:
WWW.FLASH.ORG/PERIL_FLOOD.PHP

FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY (FEMA)
SAFETY INFORMATION:  WWW.READY.GOV.
SAFETY KIT ASSEMBLY: WWW.READY.GOV/BUILD-A-KIT
PROPERTY PROTECTION AND FLOOD INSURANCE: WWW.FLOODSMART.GOV.
ASSESS YOUR FLOOD RISK: HTTPS://MSC.FEMA.GOV.

UNITED STATES ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS FLOOD INFORMATION:
HTTP://WWW.USACE.ARMY.MIL/MISSIONS/EMERGENCYOPERATIONS/FLOODS.ASPX

UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL SURVEY WATER WATCH:
HTTP://WATERWATCH.USGS.GOV/INDEX.PHP?ID=WW WATER ALERT - NATIONAL
WATER INFORMATION SYSTEM:
HTTP://MAPS.WATERDATA.USGS.GOV/MAPPER/WATERALERT/

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WORKS WITH MANY KEY PARTNERS TO
COMPLETE THE MISSION OF PROTECTING LIFE AND PROPERTY. SOME
ADDITIONAL KEY PARTNERS ARE THE NATIONAL HYDROLOGIC WARNING
COUNCIL...ASSOCIATION OF STATE FLOODPLAIN MANAGERS...THE NATIONAL
SAFETY COUNCIL...MEDIA OUTLETS...AND MANY OTHER GOVERNMENT AND
PRIVATE SECTOR ORGANIZATIONS. FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT ANY OF OUR
PARTNERS...OR TO LEARN ABOUT PARTNERS LOCAL TO YOUR AREA...CONTACT
YOUR LOCAL NWS OFFICE.

AS WE WRAP UP THE 2015 FLOOD SAFETY PREPAREDNESS WEEK...REMEMBER...
FLOODING CAN OCCUR IN ANY OF THE FIFTY STATES OR U.S. TERRITORIES AT
ANY TIME OF THE YEAR. PREPARE YOURSELF...YOUR FAMILY...AND YOUR
HOME. BE AWARE OF POTENTIAL FLOODING IN YOUR AREA...TURN AROUND
DON`T DROWN...AND HELP MAKE THE U.S. A MORE WEATHER READY NATION!
HTTP://WWW.NWS.NOAA.GOV/COM/WEATHERREADYNATION/

FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT YOUR LOCAL NWS OFFICE OR E-MAIL
HYDRO.OUTREACH@NOAA.GOV.

$$



000
NOUS45 KPUB 192234
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-192334

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
434 PM MDT THU MAR 19 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 50
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 41
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.41
                    PEAK WIND: 28MPH FROM THE NNE AT 7:48AM

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 46
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 38
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.44
                    PEAK WIND: 30MPH FROM THE NW AT 10:40AM

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 46
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 38
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.02


$$


000
NOUS45 KPUB 192234
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-192334

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
434 PM MDT THU MAR 19 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 50
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 41
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.41
                    PEAK WIND: 28MPH FROM THE NNE AT 7:48AM

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 46
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 38
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.44
                    PEAK WIND: 30MPH FROM THE NW AT 10:40AM

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 46
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 38
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.02


$$



000
NOUS45 KTFX 192020
PNSTFX

Public Information Statement
National Weather Service Great Falls, MT
220 pm MDT Thursday March 19 2015

The National Weather Service in Great Falls, MT is recognizing March
16 through March 20 as Flood Safety Awareness Week. Each day during
the awareness week will feature information about a different flood
related topic.

Flash Flooding: Flash floods are exactly what the name suggests:
floods that happen in a flash! Causes of flash floods include the
formation or release of an ice or debris jam, as well as levee or
dam failures. However, the most common cause of flash flooding is
excessive rainfall from thunderstorms. These sudden downpours can
rapidly change the water levels in a stream or creek turning small
waterways into violent, raging rivers.

When heavy rain occurs in the mountains, the water can rush
downstream causing flooding many miles from the rainstorm. Urban
areas are especially prone to flash floods as the extensive concrete
and asphalt surfaces prevent the water`s percolation into the soil,
instead forcing it to run over the surface and accumulate in lower
lying areas. If you hear a roar of water when in the mountains, move
immediately to higher ground. In urban areas, avoid low lying spaces
and storm drains when heavy rain is in the area. And remember, Turn
Around, Don`t Drown!

$$





000
NOUS45 KTFX 192020
PNSTFX

Public Information Statement
National Weather Service Great Falls, MT
220 pm MDT Thursday March 19 2015

The National Weather Service in Great Falls, MT is recognizing March
16 through March 20 as Flood Safety Awareness Week. Each day during
the awareness week will feature information about a different flood
related topic.

Flash Flooding: Flash floods are exactly what the name suggests:
floods that happen in a flash! Causes of flash floods include the
formation or release of an ice or debris jam, as well as levee or
dam failures. However, the most common cause of flash flooding is
excessive rainfall from thunderstorms. These sudden downpours can
rapidly change the water levels in a stream or creek turning small
waterways into violent, raging rivers.

When heavy rain occurs in the mountains, the water can rush
downstream causing flooding many miles from the rainstorm. Urban
areas are especially prone to flash floods as the extensive concrete
and asphalt surfaces prevent the water`s percolation into the soil,
instead forcing it to run over the surface and accumulate in lower
lying areas. If you hear a roar of water when in the mountains, move
immediately to higher ground. In urban areas, avoid low lying spaces
and storm drains when heavy rain is in the area. And remember, Turn
Around, Don`t Drown!

$$





000
NOUS45 KTFX 192020
PNSTFX

Public Information Statement
National Weather Service Great Falls, MT
220 pm MDT Thursday March 19 2015

The National Weather Service in Great Falls, MT is recognizing March
16 through March 20 as Flood Safety Awareness Week. Each day during
the awareness week will feature information about a different flood
related topic.

Flash Flooding: Flash floods are exactly what the name suggests:
floods that happen in a flash! Causes of flash floods include the
formation or release of an ice or debris jam, as well as levee or
dam failures. However, the most common cause of flash flooding is
excessive rainfall from thunderstorms. These sudden downpours can
rapidly change the water levels in a stream or creek turning small
waterways into violent, raging rivers.

When heavy rain occurs in the mountains, the water can rush
downstream causing flooding many miles from the rainstorm. Urban
areas are especially prone to flash floods as the extensive concrete
and asphalt surfaces prevent the water`s percolation into the soil,
instead forcing it to run over the surface and accumulate in lower
lying areas. If you hear a roar of water when in the mountains, move
immediately to higher ground. In urban areas, avoid low lying spaces
and storm drains when heavy rain is in the area. And remember, Turn
Around, Don`t Drown!

$$





000
NOUS45 KTFX 192020
PNSTFX

Public Information Statement
National Weather Service Great Falls, MT
220 pm MDT Thursday March 19 2015

The National Weather Service in Great Falls, MT is recognizing March
16 through March 20 as Flood Safety Awareness Week. Each day during
the awareness week will feature information about a different flood
related topic.

Flash Flooding: Flash floods are exactly what the name suggests:
floods that happen in a flash! Causes of flash floods include the
formation or release of an ice or debris jam, as well as levee or
dam failures. However, the most common cause of flash flooding is
excessive rainfall from thunderstorms. These sudden downpours can
rapidly change the water levels in a stream or creek turning small
waterways into violent, raging rivers.

When heavy rain occurs in the mountains, the water can rush
downstream causing flooding many miles from the rainstorm. Urban
areas are especially prone to flash floods as the extensive concrete
and asphalt surfaces prevent the water`s percolation into the soil,
instead forcing it to run over the surface and accumulate in lower
lying areas. If you hear a roar of water when in the mountains, move
immediately to higher ground. In urban areas, avoid low lying spaces
and storm drains when heavy rain is in the area. And remember, Turn
Around, Don`t Drown!

$$





000
NOUS45 KTFX 192020
PNSTFX

Public Information Statement
National Weather Service Great Falls, MT
220 pm MDT Thursday March 19 2015

The National Weather Service in Great Falls, MT is recognizing March
16 through March 20 as Flood Safety Awareness Week. Each day during
the awareness week will feature information about a different flood
related topic.

Flash Flooding: Flash floods are exactly what the name suggests:
floods that happen in a flash! Causes of flash floods include the
formation or release of an ice or debris jam, as well as levee or
dam failures. However, the most common cause of flash flooding is
excessive rainfall from thunderstorms. These sudden downpours can
rapidly change the water levels in a stream or creek turning small
waterways into violent, raging rivers.

When heavy rain occurs in the mountains, the water can rush
downstream causing flooding many miles from the rainstorm. Urban
areas are especially prone to flash floods as the extensive concrete
and asphalt surfaces prevent the water`s percolation into the soil,
instead forcing it to run over the surface and accumulate in lower
lying areas. If you hear a roar of water when in the mountains, move
immediately to higher ground. In urban areas, avoid low lying spaces
and storm drains when heavy rain is in the area. And remember, Turn
Around, Don`t Drown!

$$






000
NOUS45 KTFX 192020
PNSTFX

Public Information Statement
National Weather Service Great Falls, MT
220 pm MDT Thursday March 19 2015

The National Weather Service in Great Falls, MT is recognizing March
16 through March 20 as Flood Safety Awareness Week. Each day during
the awareness week will feature information about a different flood
related topic.

Flash Flooding: Flash floods are exactly what the name suggests:
floods that happen in a flash! Causes of flash floods include the
formation or release of an ice or debris jam, as well as levee or
dam failures. However, the most common cause of flash flooding is
excessive rainfall from thunderstorms. These sudden downpours can
rapidly change the water levels in a stream or creek turning small
waterways into violent, raging rivers.

When heavy rain occurs in the mountains, the water can rush
downstream causing flooding many miles from the rainstorm. Urban
areas are especially prone to flash floods as the extensive concrete
and asphalt surfaces prevent the water`s percolation into the soil,
instead forcing it to run over the surface and accumulate in lower
lying areas. If you hear a roar of water when in the mountains, move
immediately to higher ground. In urban areas, avoid low lying spaces
and storm drains when heavy rain is in the area. And remember, Turn
Around, Don`t Drown!

$$





000
NOUS45 KPIH 191749
PNSPIH

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE POCATELLO, ID
1150 AM MDT THU MAR 19 2015

MARCH 15 THROUGH MARCH 21 IS FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK IN IDAHO.
EACH DAY DURING THE AWARENESS WEEK THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
WILL FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A DIFFERENT FLOOD RELATED TOPIC.

FLASH FLOODING: FLASH FLOODS ARE EXACTLY WHAT THE NAME SUGGESTS:
FLOODS THAT HAPPEN IN A FLASH! CAUSES OF FLASH FLOODING INCLUDE
HEAVY RAIN, ICE OR DEBRIS JAMS, AND LEVEE OR DAM FAILURE. THESE
FLOODS EXHIBIT A RAPID RISE OF WATER OVER LOW-LYING AREAS. THERE
ARE MANY REASONS THAT FLASH FLOODS OCCUR, BUT ONE OF THE MOST
COMMON IS THE RESULT OF COPIOUS AMOUNTS OF RAINFALL FROM
THUNDERSTORMS THAT CAUSE FLASH FLOODING. THESE SUDDEN DOWNPOURS
CAN RAPIDLY CHANGE THE WATER LEVELS IN A STREAM OR CREEK AND TURN
SMALL WATERWAYS INTO VIOLENT, RAGING RIVERS. URBAN AREAS ARE
ESPECIALLY PRONE TO FLASH FLOODS DUE TO THE LARGE AMOUNTS OF
CONCRETE AND ASPHALT SURFACES THAT DO NOT ALLOW WATER TO
PENETRATE INTO THE SOIL EASILY. ITS IMPORTANT TO AVOID LOW LYING
AREAS AND STORM DRAINS WHEN HEAVY RAIN IS IN THE AREA. REMEMBER,
TURN AROUND, DONT DROWN!

FOR MORE INFORMATION AND FLOOD SAFETY TIPS,
VISIT WWW.FLOODSAFETY.NOAA.GOV.


$$
CBL





000
NOUS45 KPIH 191749
PNSPIH

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE POCATELLO, ID
1150 AM MDT THU MAR 19 2015

MARCH 15 THROUGH MARCH 21 IS FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK IN IDAHO.
EACH DAY DURING THE AWARENESS WEEK THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
WILL FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A DIFFERENT FLOOD RELATED TOPIC.

FLASH FLOODING: FLASH FLOODS ARE EXACTLY WHAT THE NAME SUGGESTS:
FLOODS THAT HAPPEN IN A FLASH! CAUSES OF FLASH FLOODING INCLUDE
HEAVY RAIN, ICE OR DEBRIS JAMS, AND LEVEE OR DAM FAILURE. THESE
FLOODS EXHIBIT A RAPID RISE OF WATER OVER LOW-LYING AREAS. THERE
ARE MANY REASONS THAT FLASH FLOODS OCCUR, BUT ONE OF THE MOST
COMMON IS THE RESULT OF COPIOUS AMOUNTS OF RAINFALL FROM
THUNDERSTORMS THAT CAUSE FLASH FLOODING. THESE SUDDEN DOWNPOURS
CAN RAPIDLY CHANGE THE WATER LEVELS IN A STREAM OR CREEK AND TURN
SMALL WATERWAYS INTO VIOLENT, RAGING RIVERS. URBAN AREAS ARE
ESPECIALLY PRONE TO FLASH FLOODS DUE TO THE LARGE AMOUNTS OF
CONCRETE AND ASPHALT SURFACES THAT DO NOT ALLOW WATER TO
PENETRATE INTO THE SOIL EASILY. ITS IMPORTANT TO AVOID LOW LYING
AREAS AND STORM DRAINS WHEN HEAVY RAIN IS IN THE AREA. REMEMBER,
TURN AROUND, DONT DROWN!

FOR MORE INFORMATION AND FLOOD SAFETY TIPS,
VISIT WWW.FLOODSAFETY.NOAA.GOV.


$$
CBL




000
NOUS45 KPIH 191749
PNSPIH

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE POCATELLO, ID
1150 AM MDT THU MAR 19 2015

MARCH 15 THROUGH MARCH 21 IS FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK IN IDAHO.
EACH DAY DURING THE AWARENESS WEEK THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
WILL FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A DIFFERENT FLOOD RELATED TOPIC.

FLASH FLOODING: FLASH FLOODS ARE EXACTLY WHAT THE NAME SUGGESTS:
FLOODS THAT HAPPEN IN A FLASH! CAUSES OF FLASH FLOODING INCLUDE
HEAVY RAIN, ICE OR DEBRIS JAMS, AND LEVEE OR DAM FAILURE. THESE
FLOODS EXHIBIT A RAPID RISE OF WATER OVER LOW-LYING AREAS. THERE
ARE MANY REASONS THAT FLASH FLOODS OCCUR, BUT ONE OF THE MOST
COMMON IS THE RESULT OF COPIOUS AMOUNTS OF RAINFALL FROM
THUNDERSTORMS THAT CAUSE FLASH FLOODING. THESE SUDDEN DOWNPOURS
CAN RAPIDLY CHANGE THE WATER LEVELS IN A STREAM OR CREEK AND TURN
SMALL WATERWAYS INTO VIOLENT, RAGING RIVERS. URBAN AREAS ARE
ESPECIALLY PRONE TO FLASH FLOODS DUE TO THE LARGE AMOUNTS OF
CONCRETE AND ASPHALT SURFACES THAT DO NOT ALLOW WATER TO
PENETRATE INTO THE SOIL EASILY. ITS IMPORTANT TO AVOID LOW LYING
AREAS AND STORM DRAINS WHEN HEAVY RAIN IS IN THE AREA. REMEMBER,
TURN AROUND, DONT DROWN!

FOR MORE INFORMATION AND FLOOD SAFETY TIPS,
VISIT WWW.FLOODSAFETY.NOAA.GOV.


$$
CBL




000
NOUS41 KCTP 191451
PNSCTP

...PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...

THE CLEARFIELD NOAA WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTER WILL BE DOWN FOR
MAINTENANCE FROM 11 AM TO NOON EDT. WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY
INCONVENIENCE THIS MAY CAUSE.

$$



000
NOUS41 KCTP 191451
PNSCTP

...PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...

THE CLEARFIELD NOAA WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTER WILL BE DOWN FOR
MAINTENANCE FROM 11 AM TO NOON EDT. WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY
INCONVENIENCE THIS MAY CAUSE.

$$



000
NOUS43 KLOT 191439
PNSLOT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHICAGO IL
900 AM CDT THU MAR 19 2015

...THIS IS FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK...

FLASH FLOODING: FLASH FLOODS ARE EXACTLY WHAT THE NAME SUGGESTS...
FLOODS THAT HAPPEN IN A FLASH. CAUSES OF FLASH FLOODING INCLUDE
HEAVY RAIN...ICE OR DEBRIS JAMS...AND LEVEE OR DAM FAILURE. THESE
FLOODS EXHIBIT A RAPID RISE OF WATER OVER LOW LYING AREAS. THERE ARE
MANY REASONS THAT FLASH FLOODS OCCUR...BUT ONE OF THE MOST COMMON IS
THE RESULT OF COPIOUS AMOUNTS OF RAINFALL FROM THUNDERSTORMS THAT
CAUSE FLASH FLOODING. THESE SUDDEN DOWNPOURS CAN RAPIDLY CHANGE THE
WATER LEVELS IN A STREAM OR CREEK AND TURN SMALL WATERWAYS INTO
VIOLENT...RAGING RIVERS. URBAN AREAS ARE ESPECIALLY PRONE TO FLASH
FLOODS DUE TO THE LARGE AMOUNTS OF CONCRETE AND ASPHALT SURFACES
THAT DO NOT ALLOW WATER TO PENETRATE INTO THE SOIL EASILY. IT IS
IMPORTANT TO AVOID LOW LYING AREAS AND STORM DRAINS WHEN HEAVY RAIN
IS IN THE AREA. REMEMBER...TURN AROUND...DONT DROWN.

$$



000
NOUS41 KWBC 191429
PNSWSH

Technical Implementation Notice 15-13
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
1028 AM EDT Thu Mar 19 2015

To:         Subscribers
            -Family of Services
            -NOAA Weather Wire Service
            -Emergency Managers Weather Information Network
            -NOAAPORT
            Other NWS Partners and Employees

From:       Terrance J. Clark
            Acting Director, WSR-88D Radar Operations Center

Subject:    Dissemination of three WSR-88D Products via
            SBN/NOAAPORT and RPCCDS to cease May 13, 2015 or
            Thereafter

The NEXRAD program will cease dissemination of three WSR-88D
Level III products via the Satellite Broadcast Network
(SBN)/NOAAPORT and Radar Product Central Collection Dissemination
Service (RPCCDS) effective May 13, 2015, or thereafter.

WMO headings for affected WSR-88D products:

#  TTUSII NNN  PRODUCT DESCRIPTION                    DIRECTORY

1  SDUS6I NSP  BASE SPECTRUM WIDTH 28/SW 8LVL 0.5DEG  DS.P28SW
2  SDUS6I NCO  COMPOSITE REFLECTIVITY 36/CR 8LVL      DS.P36CR
3  SDUS6I NLL  LAYER COMP REF LOW LVL 65/LRM          DS.65LRM

Functional substitutes include:

#  TTUSII NNN  PRODUCT DESCRIPTION                    DIRECTORY

1  SDUS6I NSW  BASE SPECTRUM WIDTH 30/SW 8LVL 0.5DEG  DS.P30SW
2  SDUS6I NCZ  COMPOSITE REFLECTIVITY 38/CR 16LVL     DS.P38CR
3  SDUS6I NLA  LAYER COMP REF AP REMOVED 67/APR       DS.67LRM

The current list of products provided via RPCCDS:

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/tg/pdf/rpccds_radar_products.pdf

The current list of products provided via SBN/NOAAPORT:

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/tg/pdf/noaaport_radar_products.pdf

For more information, contact:
  Jessica Schultz
  NWS Radar Focal Point
  Radar Operations Center
  Jessica.A.Schultz@noaa.gov

National Public Information Statements are online at:

http://www.weather.gov/os/notif.htm

$$




000
NOUS41 KWBC 191429
PNSWSH

Technical Implementation Notice 15-13
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
1028 AM EDT Thu Mar 19 2015

To:         Subscribers
            -Family of Services
            -NOAA Weather Wire Service
            -Emergency Managers Weather Information Network
            -NOAAPORT
            Other NWS Partners and Employees

From:       Terrance J. Clark
            Acting Director, WSR-88D Radar Operations Center

Subject:    Dissemination of three WSR-88D Products via
            SBN/NOAAPORT and RPCCDS to cease May 13, 2015 or
            Thereafter

The NEXRAD program will cease dissemination of three WSR-88D
Level III products via the Satellite Broadcast Network
(SBN)/NOAAPORT and Radar Product Central Collection Dissemination
Service (RPCCDS) effective May 13, 2015, or thereafter.

WMO headings for affected WSR-88D products:

#  TTUSII NNN  PRODUCT DESCRIPTION                    DIRECTORY

1  SDUS6I NSP  BASE SPECTRUM WIDTH 28/SW 8LVL 0.5DEG  DS.P28SW
2  SDUS6I NCO  COMPOSITE REFLECTIVITY 36/CR 8LVL      DS.P36CR
3  SDUS6I NLL  LAYER COMP REF LOW LVL 65/LRM          DS.65LRM

Functional substitutes include:

#  TTUSII NNN  PRODUCT DESCRIPTION                    DIRECTORY

1  SDUS6I NSW  BASE SPECTRUM WIDTH 30/SW 8LVL 0.5DEG  DS.P30SW
2  SDUS6I NCZ  COMPOSITE REFLECTIVITY 38/CR 16LVL     DS.P38CR
3  SDUS6I NLA  LAYER COMP REF AP REMOVED 67/APR       DS.67LRM

The current list of products provided via RPCCDS:

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/tg/pdf/rpccds_radar_products.pdf

The current list of products provided via SBN/NOAAPORT:

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/tg/pdf/noaaport_radar_products.pdf

For more information, contact:
  Jessica Schultz
  NWS Radar Focal Point
  Radar Operations Center
  Jessica.A.Schultz@noaa.gov

National Public Information Statements are online at:

http://www.weather.gov/os/notif.htm

$$




000
NOUS41 KWBC 191429
PNSWSH

Technical Implementation Notice 15-13
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
1028 AM EDT Thu Mar 19 2015

To:         Subscribers
            -Family of Services
            -NOAA Weather Wire Service
            -Emergency Managers Weather Information Network
            -NOAAPORT
            Other NWS Partners and Employees

From:       Terrance J. Clark
            Acting Director, WSR-88D Radar Operations Center

Subject:    Dissemination of three WSR-88D Products via
            SBN/NOAAPORT and RPCCDS to cease May 13, 2015 or
            Thereafter

The NEXRAD program will cease dissemination of three WSR-88D
Level III products via the Satellite Broadcast Network
(SBN)/NOAAPORT and Radar Product Central Collection Dissemination
Service (RPCCDS) effective May 13, 2015, or thereafter.

WMO headings for affected WSR-88D products:

#  TTUSII NNN  PRODUCT DESCRIPTION                    DIRECTORY

1  SDUS6I NSP  BASE SPECTRUM WIDTH 28/SW 8LVL 0.5DEG  DS.P28SW
2  SDUS6I NCO  COMPOSITE REFLECTIVITY 36/CR 8LVL      DS.P36CR
3  SDUS6I NLL  LAYER COMP REF LOW LVL 65/LRM          DS.65LRM

Functional substitutes include:

#  TTUSII NNN  PRODUCT DESCRIPTION                    DIRECTORY

1  SDUS6I NSW  BASE SPECTRUM WIDTH 30/SW 8LVL 0.5DEG  DS.P30SW
2  SDUS6I NCZ  COMPOSITE REFLECTIVITY 38/CR 16LVL     DS.P38CR
3  SDUS6I NLA  LAYER COMP REF AP REMOVED 67/APR       DS.67LRM

The current list of products provided via RPCCDS:

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/tg/pdf/rpccds_radar_products.pdf

The current list of products provided via SBN/NOAAPORT:

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/tg/pdf/noaaport_radar_products.pdf

For more information, contact:
  Jessica Schultz
  NWS Radar Focal Point
  Radar Operations Center
  Jessica.A.Schultz@noaa.gov

National Public Information Statements are online at:

http://www.weather.gov/os/notif.htm

$$




000
NOUS41 KWBC 191429
PNSWSH

Technical Implementation Notice 15-13
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
1028 AM EDT Thu Mar 19 2015

To:         Subscribers
            -Family of Services
            -NOAA Weather Wire Service
            -Emergency Managers Weather Information Network
            -NOAAPORT
            Other NWS Partners and Employees

From:       Terrance J. Clark
            Acting Director, WSR-88D Radar Operations Center

Subject:    Dissemination of three WSR-88D Products via
            SBN/NOAAPORT and RPCCDS to cease May 13, 2015 or
            Thereafter

The NEXRAD program will cease dissemination of three WSR-88D
Level III products via the Satellite Broadcast Network
(SBN)/NOAAPORT and Radar Product Central Collection Dissemination
Service (RPCCDS) effective May 13, 2015, or thereafter.

WMO headings for affected WSR-88D products:

#  TTUSII NNN  PRODUCT DESCRIPTION                    DIRECTORY

1  SDUS6I NSP  BASE SPECTRUM WIDTH 28/SW 8LVL 0.5DEG  DS.P28SW
2  SDUS6I NCO  COMPOSITE REFLECTIVITY 36/CR 8LVL      DS.P36CR
3  SDUS6I NLL  LAYER COMP REF LOW LVL 65/LRM          DS.65LRM

Functional substitutes include:

#  TTUSII NNN  PRODUCT DESCRIPTION                    DIRECTORY

1  SDUS6I NSW  BASE SPECTRUM WIDTH 30/SW 8LVL 0.5DEG  DS.P30SW
2  SDUS6I NCZ  COMPOSITE REFLECTIVITY 38/CR 16LVL     DS.P38CR
3  SDUS6I NLA  LAYER COMP REF AP REMOVED 67/APR       DS.67LRM

The current list of products provided via RPCCDS:

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/tg/pdf/rpccds_radar_products.pdf

The current list of products provided via SBN/NOAAPORT:

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/tg/pdf/noaaport_radar_products.pdf

For more information, contact:
  Jessica Schultz
  NWS Radar Focal Point
  Radar Operations Center
  Jessica.A.Schultz@noaa.gov

National Public Information Statements are online at:

http://www.weather.gov/os/notif.htm

$$




000
NOUS43 KSGF 191426
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-201425

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
925 AM CDT THU MAR 19 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Barry     Roaring River SP       46  41   0.52
Morgan    Gravois Mills          42  36   0.23
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            42  36   0.17
Stone     Kimberling City 5NW             0.11
Dallas    Windyville 4nw                  0.25
Douglas   Ava                    51  37   0.25
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            46  40   0.49
Webster   Niangua                42  36   0.13
Stone     Crane 4N               41  M    0.04
Dallas    Fair Grove 3NE         45  39   0.10
Benton    Edwards 6W             44  39   0.25

$$






000
NOUS43 KSGF 191426
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-201425

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
925 AM CDT THU MAR 19 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Barry     Roaring River SP       46  41   0.52
Morgan    Gravois Mills          42  36   0.23
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            42  36   0.17
Stone     Kimberling City 5NW             0.11
Dallas    Windyville 4nw                  0.25
Douglas   Ava                    51  37   0.25
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            46  40   0.49
Webster   Niangua                42  36   0.13
Stone     Crane 4N               41  M    0.04
Dallas    Fair Grove 3NE         45  39   0.10
Benton    Edwards 6W             44  39   0.25

$$






000
NOUS43 KSGF 191426
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-201425

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
925 AM CDT THU MAR 19 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Barry     Roaring River SP       46  41   0.52
Morgan    Gravois Mills          42  36   0.23
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            42  36   0.17
Stone     Kimberling City 5NW             0.11
Dallas    Windyville 4nw                  0.25
Douglas   Ava                    51  37   0.25
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            46  40   0.49
Webster   Niangua                42  36   0.13
Stone     Crane 4N               41  M    0.04
Dallas    Fair Grove 3NE         45  39   0.10
Benton    Edwards 6W             44  39   0.25

$$






000
NOUS43 KSGF 191426
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-201425

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
925 AM CDT THU MAR 19 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Barry     Roaring River SP       46  41   0.52
Morgan    Gravois Mills          42  36   0.23
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            42  36   0.17
Stone     Kimberling City 5NW             0.11
Dallas    Windyville 4nw                  0.25
Douglas   Ava                    51  37   0.25
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            46  40   0.49
Webster   Niangua                42  36   0.13
Stone     Crane 4N               41  M    0.04
Dallas    Fair Grove 3NE         45  39   0.10
Benton    Edwards 6W             44  39   0.25

$$






000
NOUS43 KSGF 191426
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-201425

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
925 AM CDT THU MAR 19 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Barry     Roaring River SP       46  41   0.52
Morgan    Gravois Mills          42  36   0.23
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            42  36   0.17
Stone     Kimberling City 5NW             0.11
Dallas    Windyville 4nw                  0.25
Douglas   Ava                    51  37   0.25
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            46  40   0.49
Webster   Niangua                42  36   0.13
Stone     Crane 4N               41  M    0.04
Dallas    Fair Grove 3NE         45  39   0.10
Benton    Edwards 6W             44  39   0.25

$$






000
NOUS42 KILM 191315
PNSILM

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WILMINGTON NC
900 AM EDT THUR MARCH 19 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED MAR 15TH THROUGH MARCH
21ST AS FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK. MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY...DAILY
STATEMENTS WILL FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A DIFFERENT FLOOD RELATED
TOPIC.

TODAYS TOPIC...KNOWING THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A WATCH AND A WARNING.

IT IS VITAL TO YOUR SAFETY TO KNOW THE DIFFERENCE.

FLASH FLOODS ARE EXACTLY WHAT THE NAME SUGGESTS...FLOODS THAT CAN HAPPEN
IN A FLASH!  CAUSES OF FLASH FLOODS INCLUDE HEAVY RAIN...ICE OR DEBRIS JAMS...
AND LEVEE OR DAM FAILURE.  THESE FLOODS EXHIBIT A RAPID RISE IN
WATER OVER LOW-LYING AREAS.  THERE ARE MANY REASONS THAT FLASH
FLOODS OCCUR...BUT ONE OF THE MOST COMMON IS COPIOUS AMOUNTS OF
RAINFALL FROM THUNDERSTORMS.  THESE SUDDEN DOWNPOURS CAN RAPIDLY
CHANGE THE WATER LEVEL IN A STREAM OR CREEK AND TURN SMALL WATERWAYS
INTO VIOLENT ...RAGING RIVERS.  URBAN AREAS ARE ESPECIALLY PRONE TO
FLASH FLOODS DUE TO THEIR LARGE AMOUNTS OF CONCRETE AND ASPHALT
SURFACES WHICH DO NOT ALLOW WATER TO PENETRATE THEM AND RESULT IN
MORE RUNOFF THAN RAIN FALLING OVER SOIL. AVOID LOW-LYING AREAS AND
STORM DRAINS WHEN HEAVY RAIN IS IN YOUR AREA.

FOR MORE INFORMATION AND FLOOD SAFETY TIPS, VISIT
WWW.FLOODSAFETY.NOAA.GOV.

$$
47



000
NOUS42 KILM 191315
PNSILM

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WILMINGTON NC
900 AM EDT THUR MARCH 19 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED MAR 15TH THROUGH MARCH
21ST AS FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK. MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY...DAILY
STATEMENTS WILL FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A DIFFERENT FLOOD RELATED
TOPIC.

TODAYS TOPIC...KNOWING THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A WATCH AND A WARNING.

IT IS VITAL TO YOUR SAFETY TO KNOW THE DIFFERENCE.

FLASH FLOODS ARE EXACTLY WHAT THE NAME SUGGESTS...FLOODS THAT CAN HAPPEN
IN A FLASH!  CAUSES OF FLASH FLOODS INCLUDE HEAVY RAIN...ICE OR DEBRIS JAMS...
AND LEVEE OR DAM FAILURE.  THESE FLOODS EXHIBIT A RAPID RISE IN
WATER OVER LOW-LYING AREAS.  THERE ARE MANY REASONS THAT FLASH
FLOODS OCCUR...BUT ONE OF THE MOST COMMON IS COPIOUS AMOUNTS OF
RAINFALL FROM THUNDERSTORMS.  THESE SUDDEN DOWNPOURS CAN RAPIDLY
CHANGE THE WATER LEVEL IN A STREAM OR CREEK AND TURN SMALL WATERWAYS
INTO VIOLENT ...RAGING RIVERS.  URBAN AREAS ARE ESPECIALLY PRONE TO
FLASH FLOODS DUE TO THEIR LARGE AMOUNTS OF CONCRETE AND ASPHALT
SURFACES WHICH DO NOT ALLOW WATER TO PENETRATE THEM AND RESULT IN
MORE RUNOFF THAN RAIN FALLING OVER SOIL. AVOID LOW-LYING AREAS AND
STORM DRAINS WHEN HEAVY RAIN IS IN YOUR AREA.

FOR MORE INFORMATION AND FLOOD SAFETY TIPS, VISIT
WWW.FLOODSAFETY.NOAA.GOV.

$$
47



000
NOUS43 KLOT 191244
PNSLOT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHICAGO/ROMEOVILLE IL
730 AM CDT THU MAR 19 2015

...INDIANA TORNADO DRILLS TODAY...

TEST TORNADO WARNINGS WILL BE ISSUED FOR ALL INDIANA COUNTIES TODAY
BETWEEN 900 AM AND 930 AM CDT /1000 AM AND 1030 AM EDT/ AND AGAIN
THIS EVENING BETWEEN 630 PM AND 700 PM CDT /730 PM AND 800 PM EDT/.

SCHOOLS...BUSINESSES...AND FAMILIES ARE ENCOURAGED TO PRACTICE THEIR
SAFETY PLANS DURING THE DRILLS TO ENSURE THE PLANS WORK PROPERLY.
DISCUSS WHAT TO DO WHEN WATCHES ARE ISSUED. TAKE ACTION WHEN
WARNINGS ARE ISSUED. REVIEW WARNINGS ACTIONS AND UPDATE THEM IF
NEEDED.

THE TEST WARNINGS CHECK FOR QUICK AND ACCURATE INFORMATION
DISSEMINATION FROM NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICES TO COMMERCIAL
BROADCASTERS...PUBLIC OFFICIALS AND AMATEUR RADIO OPERATORS. ALL OF
US WORK TOGETHER TO ENSURE THE PROCESS WILL WORK WHEN REAL EVENTS
OCCUR.

THE ELECTRONIC MEDIA WILL RECEIVE AND DISSEMINATE THE TEST
INFORMATION AS THEY USUALLY DO...IN BROADCASTS...PAGES OR E-MAILS.

THE STATE POLICE WILL RECEIVE AND DISSEMINATE TEST WARNINGS TO
COUNTY AND LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES. COUNTY OR CITY OFFICIALS
MAY SOUND THEIR TORNADO SIRENS AND CONTACT THEIR SCHOOLS...
BUSINESSES AND MEDICAL RELATED FACILITIES.

COMMERCIAL BROADCASTERS...NOTE THE FOLLOWING. ENSURE YOUR EAS
EQUIPMENT CAN RECEIVE /T O R/ CODE FROM THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
RADIOS WHICH WILL ACTIVATE THE EMERGENCY ALERT SYSTEM. AUDIO TEXT
LESS THAN TWO MINUTES DURATION WILL BE BROADCAST BETWEEN START AND
END CODES...DESCRIBING THE TEST TORNADO WARNING. ENSURE TEST WORDING
IS CARRIED IN ANY MANUAL CRAWL CREATED.

PRACTICE YOUR DISASTER PLAN...IT MAY SAFE YOUR LIFE.

$$



000
NOUS43 KLOT 191244
PNSLOT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHICAGO/ROMEOVILLE IL
730 AM CDT THU MAR 19 2015

...INDIANA TORNADO DRILLS TODAY...

TEST TORNADO WARNINGS WILL BE ISSUED FOR ALL INDIANA COUNTIES TODAY
BETWEEN 900 AM AND 930 AM CDT /1000 AM AND 1030 AM EDT/ AND AGAIN
THIS EVENING BETWEEN 630 PM AND 700 PM CDT /730 PM AND 800 PM EDT/.

SCHOOLS...BUSINESSES...AND FAMILIES ARE ENCOURAGED TO PRACTICE THEIR
SAFETY PLANS DURING THE DRILLS TO ENSURE THE PLANS WORK PROPERLY.
DISCUSS WHAT TO DO WHEN WATCHES ARE ISSUED. TAKE ACTION WHEN
WARNINGS ARE ISSUED. REVIEW WARNINGS ACTIONS AND UPDATE THEM IF
NEEDED.

THE TEST WARNINGS CHECK FOR QUICK AND ACCURATE INFORMATION
DISSEMINATION FROM NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICES TO COMMERCIAL
BROADCASTERS...PUBLIC OFFICIALS AND AMATEUR RADIO OPERATORS. ALL OF
US WORK TOGETHER TO ENSURE THE PROCESS WILL WORK WHEN REAL EVENTS
OCCUR.

THE ELECTRONIC MEDIA WILL RECEIVE AND DISSEMINATE THE TEST
INFORMATION AS THEY USUALLY DO...IN BROADCASTS...PAGES OR E-MAILS.

THE STATE POLICE WILL RECEIVE AND DISSEMINATE TEST WARNINGS TO
COUNTY AND LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES. COUNTY OR CITY OFFICIALS
MAY SOUND THEIR TORNADO SIRENS AND CONTACT THEIR SCHOOLS...
BUSINESSES AND MEDICAL RELATED FACILITIES.

COMMERCIAL BROADCASTERS...NOTE THE FOLLOWING. ENSURE YOUR EAS
EQUIPMENT CAN RECEIVE /T O R/ CODE FROM THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
RADIOS WHICH WILL ACTIVATE THE EMERGENCY ALERT SYSTEM. AUDIO TEXT
LESS THAN TWO MINUTES DURATION WILL BE BROADCAST BETWEEN START AND
END CODES...DESCRIBING THE TEST TORNADO WARNING. ENSURE TEST WORDING
IS CARRIED IN ANY MANUAL CRAWL CREATED.

PRACTICE YOUR DISASTER PLAN...IT MAY SAFE YOUR LIFE.

$$



000
NOUS43 KLOT 191244
PNSLOT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHICAGO/ROMEOVILLE IL
730 AM CDT THU MAR 19 2015

...INDIANA TORNADO DRILLS TODAY...

TEST TORNADO WARNINGS WILL BE ISSUED FOR ALL INDIANA COUNTIES TODAY
BETWEEN 900 AM AND 930 AM CDT /1000 AM AND 1030 AM EDT/ AND AGAIN
THIS EVENING BETWEEN 630 PM AND 700 PM CDT /730 PM AND 800 PM EDT/.

SCHOOLS...BUSINESSES...AND FAMILIES ARE ENCOURAGED TO PRACTICE THEIR
SAFETY PLANS DURING THE DRILLS TO ENSURE THE PLANS WORK PROPERLY.
DISCUSS WHAT TO DO WHEN WATCHES ARE ISSUED. TAKE ACTION WHEN
WARNINGS ARE ISSUED. REVIEW WARNINGS ACTIONS AND UPDATE THEM IF
NEEDED.

THE TEST WARNINGS CHECK FOR QUICK AND ACCURATE INFORMATION
DISSEMINATION FROM NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICES TO COMMERCIAL
BROADCASTERS...PUBLIC OFFICIALS AND AMATEUR RADIO OPERATORS. ALL OF
US WORK TOGETHER TO ENSURE THE PROCESS WILL WORK WHEN REAL EVENTS
OCCUR.

THE ELECTRONIC MEDIA WILL RECEIVE AND DISSEMINATE THE TEST
INFORMATION AS THEY USUALLY DO...IN BROADCASTS...PAGES OR E-MAILS.

THE STATE POLICE WILL RECEIVE AND DISSEMINATE TEST WARNINGS TO
COUNTY AND LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES. COUNTY OR CITY OFFICIALS
MAY SOUND THEIR TORNADO SIRENS AND CONTACT THEIR SCHOOLS...
BUSINESSES AND MEDICAL RELATED FACILITIES.

COMMERCIAL BROADCASTERS...NOTE THE FOLLOWING. ENSURE YOUR EAS
EQUIPMENT CAN RECEIVE /T O R/ CODE FROM THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
RADIOS WHICH WILL ACTIVATE THE EMERGENCY ALERT SYSTEM. AUDIO TEXT
LESS THAN TWO MINUTES DURATION WILL BE BROADCAST BETWEEN START AND
END CODES...DESCRIBING THE TEST TORNADO WARNING. ENSURE TEST WORDING
IS CARRIED IN ANY MANUAL CRAWL CREATED.

PRACTICE YOUR DISASTER PLAN...IT MAY SAFE YOUR LIFE.

$$



000
NOUS43 KLOT 191244
PNSLOT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHICAGO/ROMEOVILLE IL
730 AM CDT THU MAR 19 2015

...INDIANA TORNADO DRILLS TODAY...

TEST TORNADO WARNINGS WILL BE ISSUED FOR ALL INDIANA COUNTIES TODAY
BETWEEN 900 AM AND 930 AM CDT /1000 AM AND 1030 AM EDT/ AND AGAIN
THIS EVENING BETWEEN 630 PM AND 700 PM CDT /730 PM AND 800 PM EDT/.

SCHOOLS...BUSINESSES...AND FAMILIES ARE ENCOURAGED TO PRACTICE THEIR
SAFETY PLANS DURING THE DRILLS TO ENSURE THE PLANS WORK PROPERLY.
DISCUSS WHAT TO DO WHEN WATCHES ARE ISSUED. TAKE ACTION WHEN
WARNINGS ARE ISSUED. REVIEW WARNINGS ACTIONS AND UPDATE THEM IF
NEEDED.

THE TEST WARNINGS CHECK FOR QUICK AND ACCURATE INFORMATION
DISSEMINATION FROM NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICES TO COMMERCIAL
BROADCASTERS...PUBLIC OFFICIALS AND AMATEUR RADIO OPERATORS. ALL OF
US WORK TOGETHER TO ENSURE THE PROCESS WILL WORK WHEN REAL EVENTS
OCCUR.

THE ELECTRONIC MEDIA WILL RECEIVE AND DISSEMINATE THE TEST
INFORMATION AS THEY USUALLY DO...IN BROADCASTS...PAGES OR E-MAILS.

THE STATE POLICE WILL RECEIVE AND DISSEMINATE TEST WARNINGS TO
COUNTY AND LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES. COUNTY OR CITY OFFICIALS
MAY SOUND THEIR TORNADO SIRENS AND CONTACT THEIR SCHOOLS...
BUSINESSES AND MEDICAL RELATED FACILITIES.

COMMERCIAL BROADCASTERS...NOTE THE FOLLOWING. ENSURE YOUR EAS
EQUIPMENT CAN RECEIVE /T O R/ CODE FROM THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
RADIOS WHICH WILL ACTIVATE THE EMERGENCY ALERT SYSTEM. AUDIO TEXT
LESS THAN TWO MINUTES DURATION WILL BE BROADCAST BETWEEN START AND
END CODES...DESCRIBING THE TEST TORNADO WARNING. ENSURE TEST WORDING
IS CARRIED IN ANY MANUAL CRAWL CREATED.

PRACTICE YOUR DISASTER PLAN...IT MAY SAFE YOUR LIFE.

$$



000
NOUS46 KOTX 191218
PNSOTX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPOKANE, WA
500 AM PDT THU MARCH 19 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE (NWS) WEATHER FORECAST OFFICE IN
SPOKANE, WA HAS DECLARED MARCH 15 THROUGH MARCH 21 AS FLOOD SAFETY
AWARENESS WEEK FOR EASTERN WA AND NORTHERN ID. EACH DAY DURING THE
AWARENESS WEEK WILL FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A DIFFERENT FLOOD
RELATED TOPIC.

FLASH FLOODING: FLASH FLOODS ARE EXACTLY WHAT THE NAME SUGGESTS:
FLOODS THAT HAPPEN IN A FLASH! CAUSES OF FLASH FLOODING INCLUDE
HEAVY RAIN, ICE OR DEBRIS JAMS, AND LEVEE OR DAM FAILURE. THESE
FLOODS EXHIBIT A RAPID RISE OF WATER OVER LOW-LYING AREAS. THERE ARE
MANY REASONS THAT FLASH FLOODS OCCUR, BUT ONE OF THE MOST COMMON IS
THE RESULT OF COPIOUS AMOUNTS OF RAINFALL FROM THUNDERSTORMS THAT
CAUSE FLASH FLOODING. THESE SUDDEN DOWNPOURS CAN RAPIDLY CHANGE THE
WATER LEVELS IN A STREAM OR CREEK AND TURN SMALL WATERWAYS INTO
VIOLENT, RAGING RIVERS. STEEP TERRAIN THAT HAS BEEN BURNED BY
WILDFIRES WITHIN THE LAST FEW YEARS ARE AT ESPECIALLY HIGH RISK FOR
FLASH FLOODS AND DEBRIS FLOWS FROM INTENSE RAIN. ITS IMPORTANT TO
AVOID LOW LYING AREAS AND STORM DRAINS WHEN HEAVY RAIN IS IN THE
AREA. REMEMBER, TURN AROUND, DONT DROWN!

$$


000
NOUS46 KOTX 191218
PNSOTX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPOKANE, WA
500 AM PDT THU MARCH 19 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE (NWS) WEATHER FORECAST OFFICE IN
SPOKANE, WA HAS DECLARED MARCH 15 THROUGH MARCH 21 AS FLOOD SAFETY
AWARENESS WEEK FOR EASTERN WA AND NORTHERN ID. EACH DAY DURING THE
AWARENESS WEEK WILL FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A DIFFERENT FLOOD
RELATED TOPIC.

FLASH FLOODING: FLASH FLOODS ARE EXACTLY WHAT THE NAME SUGGESTS:
FLOODS THAT HAPPEN IN A FLASH! CAUSES OF FLASH FLOODING INCLUDE
HEAVY RAIN, ICE OR DEBRIS JAMS, AND LEVEE OR DAM FAILURE. THESE
FLOODS EXHIBIT A RAPID RISE OF WATER OVER LOW-LYING AREAS. THERE ARE
MANY REASONS THAT FLASH FLOODS OCCUR, BUT ONE OF THE MOST COMMON IS
THE RESULT OF COPIOUS AMOUNTS OF RAINFALL FROM THUNDERSTORMS THAT
CAUSE FLASH FLOODING. THESE SUDDEN DOWNPOURS CAN RAPIDLY CHANGE THE
WATER LEVELS IN A STREAM OR CREEK AND TURN SMALL WATERWAYS INTO
VIOLENT, RAGING RIVERS. STEEP TERRAIN THAT HAS BEEN BURNED BY
WILDFIRES WITHIN THE LAST FEW YEARS ARE AT ESPECIALLY HIGH RISK FOR
FLASH FLOODS AND DEBRIS FLOWS FROM INTENSE RAIN. ITS IMPORTANT TO
AVOID LOW LYING AREAS AND STORM DRAINS WHEN HEAVY RAIN IS IN THE
AREA. REMEMBER, TURN AROUND, DONT DROWN!

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 191203
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT THU MAR 19 2015

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

IN 1907, GOODLAND RECORDED A HIGH TEMPERATURE OF 90 DEGREES.
THIS MARKS THE EARLIEST DAY IN THE YEAR TO EVER REACH THIS
TEMPERATURE IN GOODLAND. THIS WAS PART OF AN IMPRESSIVE EARLY
SEASON HEAT WAVE THAT SAW TEMPERATURES IN THE 80S TO NEAR 90
ACROSS THE REGION FOR NEARLY 10 STRAIGHT DAYS. THIS HEAT WAVE
HELPED TO MAKE THIS MONTH THE WARMEST MARCH ON RECORD IN GOODLAND.
THIS EARLY HEAT WAS FOLLOWED UP BY A RECORD SETTING COLD SNAP IN
MID APRIL OF 1907.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 191203
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT THU MAR 19 2015

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

IN 1907, GOODLAND RECORDED A HIGH TEMPERATURE OF 90 DEGREES.
THIS MARKS THE EARLIEST DAY IN THE YEAR TO EVER REACH THIS
TEMPERATURE IN GOODLAND. THIS WAS PART OF AN IMPRESSIVE EARLY
SEASON HEAT WAVE THAT SAW TEMPERATURES IN THE 80S TO NEAR 90
ACROSS THE REGION FOR NEARLY 10 STRAIGHT DAYS. THIS HEAT WAVE
HELPED TO MAKE THIS MONTH THE WARMEST MARCH ON RECORD IN GOODLAND.
THIS EARLY HEAT WAS FOLLOWED UP BY A RECORD SETTING COLD SNAP IN
MID APRIL OF 1907.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 191203
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT THU MAR 19 2015

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

IN 1907, GOODLAND RECORDED A HIGH TEMPERATURE OF 90 DEGREES.
THIS MARKS THE EARLIEST DAY IN THE YEAR TO EVER REACH THIS
TEMPERATURE IN GOODLAND. THIS WAS PART OF AN IMPRESSIVE EARLY
SEASON HEAT WAVE THAT SAW TEMPERATURES IN THE 80S TO NEAR 90
ACROSS THE REGION FOR NEARLY 10 STRAIGHT DAYS. THIS HEAT WAVE
HELPED TO MAKE THIS MONTH THE WARMEST MARCH ON RECORD IN GOODLAND.
THIS EARLY HEAT WAS FOLLOWED UP BY A RECORD SETTING COLD SNAP IN
MID APRIL OF 1907.

$$



000
NOUS43 KGLD 191203
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT THU MAR 19 2015

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

IN 1907, GOODLAND RECORDED A HIGH TEMPERATURE OF 90 DEGREES.
THIS MARKS THE EARLIEST DAY IN THE YEAR TO EVER REACH THIS
TEMPERATURE IN GOODLAND. THIS WAS PART OF AN IMPRESSIVE EARLY
SEASON HEAT WAVE THAT SAW TEMPERATURES IN THE 80S TO NEAR 90
ACROSS THE REGION FOR NEARLY 10 STRAIGHT DAYS. THIS HEAT WAVE
HELPED TO MAKE THIS MONTH THE WARMEST MARCH ON RECORD IN GOODLAND.
THIS EARLY HEAT WAS FOLLOWED UP BY A RECORD SETTING COLD SNAP IN
MID APRIL OF 1907.

$$



000
NOUS41 KALY 191200
PNSALY


PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBANY NY
800 AM EDT THU MAR 19 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED MARCH 16
THROUGH MARCH 20 AS FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK. EACH DAY DURING
THE AWARENESS WEEK WILL FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A DIFFERENT
FLOOD RELATED TOPIC.

FLASH FLOODING...FLASH FLOODS ARE EXACTLY WHAT THE NAME SUGGESTS.
FLOODS THAT HAPPEN IN A FLASH. CAUSES OF FLASH FLOODING INCLUDE HEAVY RAIN...ICE
OR DEBRIS JAMS...AND LEVEE OR DAM FAILURE. THESE FLOODS EXHIBIT A RAPID RISE
OF WATER OVER LOW-LYING AREAS. THERE ARE MANY REASONS THAT FLASH FLOODS OCCUR...
BUT ONE OF THE MOST COMMON IS THE RESULT OF COPIOUS AMOUNTS OF RAINFALL FROM
THUNDERSTORMS THAT CAUSE FLASH FLOODING. THESE SUDDEN DOWNPOURS CAN RAPIDLY
CHANGE THE WATER LEVELS IN A STREAM OR CREEK AND TURN SMALL WATERWAYS INTO
VIOLENT...RAGING RIVERS. URBAN AREAS ARE ESPECIALLY PRONE TO FLASH FLOODS
DUE TO THE LARGE AMOUNTS OF CONCRETE AND ASPHALT SURFACES THAT DO NOT
ALLOW WATER TO PENETRATE INTO THE SOIL EASILY. ITS IMPORTANT TO AVOID
LOW LYING AREAS AND STORM DRAINS WHEN HEAVY RAIN IS IN THE AREA.
REMEMBER...TURN AROUND...DONT DROWN.

RIVER FLOODING OCCURS WHEN RIVER LEVELS RISE AND
OVERFLOW THEIR BANKS AND INUNDATE AREAS THAT ARE NORMALLY DRY.
RIVER FLOODING CAN BE CAUSED BY HEAVY RAINFALL...
RAPID SNOWMELT...ICE JAMS AND DAM FAILURES.

ICE JAMS OFTEN FORM AS A RESULT OF THE SUDDEN PUSH EXERTED ON
THE ICE BY A SURGE OF RUNOFF INTO THE RIVER USUALLY ASSOCIATED
WITH A COMBINATION OF SNOWMELT AND RAINFALL. ICE JAMS CAN ACT AS
DAMS ON THE RIVER THAT RESULT IN FLOODING BEHIND THE DAM UNTIL THE
ICE MELTS OR THE JAM WEAKENS TO THE POINT THAT THE ICE RELEASES AND
MOVES DOWNSTREAM. A SERIOUS ICE JAM WILL THREATEN AREAS UPSTREAM AND
DOWNSTREAM OF ITS LOCATION.
$$



000
NOUS41 KALY 191200
PNSALY


PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBANY NY
800 AM EDT THU MAR 19 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED MARCH 16
THROUGH MARCH 20 AS FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK. EACH DAY DURING
THE AWARENESS WEEK WILL FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A DIFFERENT
FLOOD RELATED TOPIC.

FLASH FLOODING...FLASH FLOODS ARE EXACTLY WHAT THE NAME SUGGESTS.
FLOODS THAT HAPPEN IN A FLASH. CAUSES OF FLASH FLOODING INCLUDE HEAVY RAIN...ICE
OR DEBRIS JAMS...AND LEVEE OR DAM FAILURE. THESE FLOODS EXHIBIT A RAPID RISE
OF WATER OVER LOW-LYING AREAS. THERE ARE MANY REASONS THAT FLASH FLOODS OCCUR...
BUT ONE OF THE MOST COMMON IS THE RESULT OF COPIOUS AMOUNTS OF RAINFALL FROM
THUNDERSTORMS THAT CAUSE FLASH FLOODING. THESE SUDDEN DOWNPOURS CAN RAPIDLY
CHANGE THE WATER LEVELS IN A STREAM OR CREEK AND TURN SMALL WATERWAYS INTO
VIOLENT...RAGING RIVERS. URBAN AREAS ARE ESPECIALLY PRONE TO FLASH FLOODS
DUE TO THE LARGE AMOUNTS OF CONCRETE AND ASPHALT SURFACES THAT DO NOT
ALLOW WATER TO PENETRATE INTO THE SOIL EASILY. ITS IMPORTANT TO AVOID
LOW LYING AREAS AND STORM DRAINS WHEN HEAVY RAIN IS IN THE AREA.
REMEMBER...TURN AROUND...DONT DROWN.

RIVER FLOODING OCCURS WHEN RIVER LEVELS RISE AND
OVERFLOW THEIR BANKS AND INUNDATE AREAS THAT ARE NORMALLY DRY.
RIVER FLOODING CAN BE CAUSED BY HEAVY RAINFALL...
RAPID SNOWMELT...ICE JAMS AND DAM FAILURES.

ICE JAMS OFTEN FORM AS A RESULT OF THE SUDDEN PUSH EXERTED ON
THE ICE BY A SURGE OF RUNOFF INTO THE RIVER USUALLY ASSOCIATED
WITH A COMBINATION OF SNOWMELT AND RAINFALL. ICE JAMS CAN ACT AS
DAMS ON THE RIVER THAT RESULT IN FLOODING BEHIND THE DAM UNTIL THE
ICE MELTS OR THE JAM WEAKENS TO THE POINT THAT THE ICE RELEASES AND
MOVES DOWNSTREAM. A SERIOUS ICE JAM WILL THREATEN AREAS UPSTREAM AND
DOWNSTREAM OF ITS LOCATION.
$$


000
NOUS41 KALY 191200
PNSALY


PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBANY NY
800 AM EDT THU MAR 19 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED MARCH 16
THROUGH MARCH 20 AS FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK. EACH DAY DURING
THE AWARENESS WEEK WILL FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A DIFFERENT
FLOOD RELATED TOPIC.

FLASH FLOODING...FLASH FLOODS ARE EXACTLY WHAT THE NAME SUGGESTS.
FLOODS THAT HAPPEN IN A FLASH. CAUSES OF FLASH FLOODING INCLUDE HEAVY RAIN...ICE
OR DEBRIS JAMS...AND LEVEE OR DAM FAILURE. THESE FLOODS EXHIBIT A RAPID RISE
OF WATER OVER LOW-LYING AREAS. THERE ARE MANY REASONS THAT FLASH FLOODS OCCUR...
BUT ONE OF THE MOST COMMON IS THE RESULT OF COPIOUS AMOUNTS OF RAINFALL FROM
THUNDERSTORMS THAT CAUSE FLASH FLOODING. THESE SUDDEN DOWNPOURS CAN RAPIDLY
CHANGE THE WATER LEVELS IN A STREAM OR CREEK AND TURN SMALL WATERWAYS INTO
VIOLENT...RAGING RIVERS. URBAN AREAS ARE ESPECIALLY PRONE TO FLASH FLOODS
DUE TO THE LARGE AMOUNTS OF CONCRETE AND ASPHALT SURFACES THAT DO NOT
ALLOW WATER TO PENETRATE INTO THE SOIL EASILY. ITS IMPORTANT TO AVOID
LOW LYING AREAS AND STORM DRAINS WHEN HEAVY RAIN IS IN THE AREA.
REMEMBER...TURN AROUND...DONT DROWN.

RIVER FLOODING OCCURS WHEN RIVER LEVELS RISE AND
OVERFLOW THEIR BANKS AND INUNDATE AREAS THAT ARE NORMALLY DRY.
RIVER FLOODING CAN BE CAUSED BY HEAVY RAINFALL...
RAPID SNOWMELT...ICE JAMS AND DAM FAILURES.

ICE JAMS OFTEN FORM AS A RESULT OF THE SUDDEN PUSH EXERTED ON
THE ICE BY A SURGE OF RUNOFF INTO THE RIVER USUALLY ASSOCIATED
WITH A COMBINATION OF SNOWMELT AND RAINFALL. ICE JAMS CAN ACT AS
DAMS ON THE RIVER THAT RESULT IN FLOODING BEHIND THE DAM UNTIL THE
ICE MELTS OR THE JAM WEAKENS TO THE POINT THAT THE ICE RELEASES AND
MOVES DOWNSTREAM. A SERIOUS ICE JAM WILL THREATEN AREAS UPSTREAM AND
DOWNSTREAM OF ITS LOCATION.
$$


000
NOUS41 KALY 191200
PNSALY


PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBANY NY
800 AM EDT THU MAR 19 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED MARCH 16
THROUGH MARCH 20 AS FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK. EACH DAY DURING
THE AWARENESS WEEK WILL FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A DIFFERENT
FLOOD RELATED TOPIC.

FLASH FLOODING...FLASH FLOODS ARE EXACTLY WHAT THE NAME SUGGESTS.
FLOODS THAT HAPPEN IN A FLASH. CAUSES OF FLASH FLOODING INCLUDE HEAVY RAIN...ICE
OR DEBRIS JAMS...AND LEVEE OR DAM FAILURE. THESE FLOODS EXHIBIT A RAPID RISE
OF WATER OVER LOW-LYING AREAS. THERE ARE MANY REASONS THAT FLASH FLOODS OCCUR...
BUT ONE OF THE MOST COMMON IS THE RESULT OF COPIOUS AMOUNTS OF RAINFALL FROM
THUNDERSTORMS THAT CAUSE FLASH FLOODING. THESE SUDDEN DOWNPOURS CAN RAPIDLY
CHANGE THE WATER LEVELS IN A STREAM OR CREEK AND TURN SMALL WATERWAYS INTO
VIOLENT...RAGING RIVERS. URBAN AREAS ARE ESPECIALLY PRONE TO FLASH FLOODS
DUE TO THE LARGE AMOUNTS OF CONCRETE AND ASPHALT SURFACES THAT DO NOT
ALLOW WATER TO PENETRATE INTO THE SOIL EASILY. ITS IMPORTANT TO AVOID
LOW LYING AREAS AND STORM DRAINS WHEN HEAVY RAIN IS IN THE AREA.
REMEMBER...TURN AROUND...DONT DROWN.

RIVER FLOODING OCCURS WHEN RIVER LEVELS RISE AND
OVERFLOW THEIR BANKS AND INUNDATE AREAS THAT ARE NORMALLY DRY.
RIVER FLOODING CAN BE CAUSED BY HEAVY RAINFALL...
RAPID SNOWMELT...ICE JAMS AND DAM FAILURES.

ICE JAMS OFTEN FORM AS A RESULT OF THE SUDDEN PUSH EXERTED ON
THE ICE BY A SURGE OF RUNOFF INTO THE RIVER USUALLY ASSOCIATED
WITH A COMBINATION OF SNOWMELT AND RAINFALL. ICE JAMS CAN ACT AS
DAMS ON THE RIVER THAT RESULT IN FLOODING BEHIND THE DAM UNTIL THE
ICE MELTS OR THE JAM WEAKENS TO THE POINT THAT THE ICE RELEASES AND
MOVES DOWNSTREAM. A SERIOUS ICE JAM WILL THREATEN AREAS UPSTREAM AND
DOWNSTREAM OF ITS LOCATION.
$$



000
NOUS45 KBOI 191141
PNSBOI

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BOISE IDAHO
540 AM MDT THU MAR 19 2015

MARCH 15 THROUGH MARCH 21 IS FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK IN IDAHO.
EACH DAY DURING THE AWARENESS WEEK THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WILL
FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A DIFFERENT FLOOD RELATED TOPIC.

FLASH FLOODING: FLASH FLOODS ARE EXACTLY WHAT THE NAME SUGGESTS:
FLOODS THAT HAPPEN IN A FLASH. CAUSES OF FLASH FLOODING INCLUDE
HEAVY RAIN...ICE OR DEBRIS JAMS...AND LEVEE OR DAM FAILURE. THESE
FLOODS EXHIBIT A RAPID RISE OF WATER OVER LOW-LYING AREAS. THERE ARE
MANY REASONS THAT FLASH FLOODS OCCUR...BUT ONE OF THE MOST COMMON IS
THE RESULT OF COPIOUS AMOUNTS OF RAINFALL FROM THUNDERSTORMS THAT
CAUSE FLASH FLOODING. THESE SUDDEN DOWNPOURS CAN RAPIDLY CHANGE THE
WATER LEVELS IN A STREAM OR CREEK AND TURN SMALL WATERWAYS INTO
VIOLENT...RAGING RIVERS. URBAN AREAS ARE ESPECIALLY PRONE TO FLASH
FLOODS DUE TO THE LARGE AMOUNTS OF CONCRETE AND ASPHALT SURFACES
THAT DO NOT ALLOW WATER TO PENETRATE INTO THE SOIL EASILY. ITS
IMPORTANT TO AVOID LOW LYING AREAS AND STORM DRAINS WHEN HEAVY RAIN
IS IN THE AREA. REMEMBER...TURN AROUND DONT DROWN.

$$



000
NOUS45 KBOI 191141
PNSBOI

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BOISE IDAHO
540 AM MDT THU MAR 19 2015

MARCH 15 THROUGH MARCH 21 IS FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK IN IDAHO.
EACH DAY DURING THE AWARENESS WEEK THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WILL
FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A DIFFERENT FLOOD RELATED TOPIC.

FLASH FLOODING: FLASH FLOODS ARE EXACTLY WHAT THE NAME SUGGESTS:
FLOODS THAT HAPPEN IN A FLASH. CAUSES OF FLASH FLOODING INCLUDE
HEAVY RAIN...ICE OR DEBRIS JAMS...AND LEVEE OR DAM FAILURE. THESE
FLOODS EXHIBIT A RAPID RISE OF WATER OVER LOW-LYING AREAS. THERE ARE
MANY REASONS THAT FLASH FLOODS OCCUR...BUT ONE OF THE MOST COMMON IS
THE RESULT OF COPIOUS AMOUNTS OF RAINFALL FROM THUNDERSTORMS THAT
CAUSE FLASH FLOODING. THESE SUDDEN DOWNPOURS CAN RAPIDLY CHANGE THE
WATER LEVELS IN A STREAM OR CREEK AND TURN SMALL WATERWAYS INTO
VIOLENT...RAGING RIVERS. URBAN AREAS ARE ESPECIALLY PRONE TO FLASH
FLOODS DUE TO THE LARGE AMOUNTS OF CONCRETE AND ASPHALT SURFACES
THAT DO NOT ALLOW WATER TO PENETRATE INTO THE SOIL EASILY. ITS
IMPORTANT TO AVOID LOW LYING AREAS AND STORM DRAINS WHEN HEAVY RAIN
IS IN THE AREA. REMEMBER...TURN AROUND DONT DROWN.

$$


000
NOUS41 KGYX 191045
PNSGYX

MEZ007>009-012>014-018>022-023>028-NHZ001>010-013-014-201200

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY ME
645 AM EST THU MAR 19 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED THE WEEK OF
MARCH 15TH THROUGH 21ST FLOOD AWARENESS WEEK IN MAINE AND
NEW HAMPSHIRE, AS WELL AS THE REMAINDER OF THE UNITED
STATES.

...SAFETY AND PREPAREDNESS TIPS...

IN THE UNITED STATES, FLOODING IS THE TOP STORM-RELATED
KILLER, ON AVERAGE, CLAIMING THE LIVES OF ABOUT 90 PEOPLE
ANNUALLY.  MORE THAN HALF OF THOSE DEATHS ARE THE RESULT
OF PEOPLE ATTEMPTING TO DRIVE THROUGH FLOODED ROADWAYS.
VICTIMS ARE USUALLY EITHER TRAPPED IN THEIR CARS OR THEY
DROWN AS THEY ARE WASHED DOWNSTREAM BY RAGING FLOOD
WATERS.  IN ADDITION, ABOUT ANOTHER QUARTER OF THE DEATHS
ARE CAUSED BY PEOPLE ATTEMPTING TO WALK OR SWIM THROUGH
FLOOD WATERS, OR FALLING INTO THE WATER.  ALWAYS KEEP A
SAFE DISTANCE FROM RAPIDLY MOVING WATER AND NEVER STAND ON
A BRIDGE TO WATCH THE RAGING WATERS BELOW.

THE VAST MAJORITY OF THE DEATHS ARE PREVENTABLE.  HERE ARE
SOME FLOOD SAFETY AND PREPAREDNESS TIPS THAT COULD SAVE
YOUR LIFE.

* NEVER DRIVE A CAR INTO A FLOODED ROADWAY!  AS LITTLE AS
  2 FEET OF WATER WILL FLOAT MOST CARS AND CAN CAUSE THEM
  TO BE WASHED OFF THE ROADWAY.  WATER LEVELS ARE OFTEN
  DIFFICULT TO JUDGE AND YOU MAY NOT BE ABLE TO TELL IF A
  ROADWAY IS ALREADY WASHED AWAY.

* ALWAYS REMEMBER, IF YOU COME UPON A FLOOD AREA,   TURN
  AROUND, DON`T DROWN!  IT COULD SAVE YOUR LIFE.

* BE ESPECIALLY CAUTIOUS AT NIGHT WHEN DARKNESS MAKES IT
  DIFFICULT TO SEE FLOOD DANGERS.  IF DRIVING, SLOW DOWN
  SO YOU HAVE MORE TIME TO REACT TO POTENTIAL HAZARDS.

* KEEP A SAFE DISTANCE FROM RAPIDLY FLOWING WATER.
  MONITOR CHILDREN CLOSELY WHEN FLOWING WATER IS NEARBY.

* DURING HEAVY RAINFALL EVENTS OR DURING TIMES OF RAPID
  SNOW MELT, DO NOT CAMP OR PARK IN FLOOD-PRONE AREAS.

* MONITOR THE LATEST FORECAST AND LISTEN FOR ANY ALERTS
  FOR YOUR AREA TO WARN YOU OF IMPENDING HAZARDOUS
  SITUATIONS

* KEEP ABREAST OF WATER LEVELS AND FORECAST WATER LEVELS.
  MOVE TO HIGHER GROUND IF FLOODING IS EXPECTED.

* BE ALERT TO ANY RAPID RISES OR FALLS IN THE RIVER
  LEVELS. A RAPID RISE IN A RIVER LEVEL MAY INDICATE THAT
  AN ICE JAM HAS FORMED DOWNSTREAM OF YOU.  IN CONTRAST,
  A RAPID FALL IN A RIVER LEVEL MAY INDICATE THAT AN ICE
  JAM HAS FORMED UPSTREAM FROM YOU.  IF AN UPSTREAM ICE
  JAM BREAKS UP RAPIDLY, FLASH FLOODING OF DOWNSTREAM
  AREAS CAN OCCUR VERY QUICKLY.

IF YOU LIVE ALONG A SMALL RIVER OR STREAM:

* KNOW YOUR AREA`S FLOOD RISK.

* KEEP APPRAISED OF CURRENT WEATHER CONDITIONS FOR YOUR
  LOCAL AREA INCLUDING THE LATEST FORECAST AND ANY FLOOD
  WATCHES, WARNINGS, OR STATEMENTS.

* MONITOR RIVER OR STREAM LEVELS AND BE PREPARED TO SEEK
  HIGHER GROUND, IF CONDITIONS WARRANT.

* REPORT ANY FLOODING TO THE APPROPRIATE AUTHORITIES.

* IF ORDERED TO EVACUATE, DO SO IMMEDIATELY.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, CALL YOUR LOCAL NATIONAL
WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE.

$$

JENSENIUS/HAWLEY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
GRAY, MAINE

NNNN


000
NOUS41 KGYX 191045
PNSGYX

MEZ007>009-012>014-018>022-023>028-NHZ001>010-013-014-201200

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY ME
645 AM EST THU MAR 19 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED THE WEEK OF
MARCH 15TH THROUGH 21ST FLOOD AWARENESS WEEK IN MAINE AND
NEW HAMPSHIRE, AS WELL AS THE REMAINDER OF THE UNITED
STATES.

...SAFETY AND PREPAREDNESS TIPS...

IN THE UNITED STATES, FLOODING IS THE TOP STORM-RELATED
KILLER, ON AVERAGE, CLAIMING THE LIVES OF ABOUT 90 PEOPLE
ANNUALLY.  MORE THAN HALF OF THOSE DEATHS ARE THE RESULT
OF PEOPLE ATTEMPTING TO DRIVE THROUGH FLOODED ROADWAYS.
VICTIMS ARE USUALLY EITHER TRAPPED IN THEIR CARS OR THEY
DROWN AS THEY ARE WASHED DOWNSTREAM BY RAGING FLOOD
WATERS.  IN ADDITION, ABOUT ANOTHER QUARTER OF THE DEATHS
ARE CAUSED BY PEOPLE ATTEMPTING TO WALK OR SWIM THROUGH
FLOOD WATERS, OR FALLING INTO THE WATER.  ALWAYS KEEP A
SAFE DISTANCE FROM RAPIDLY MOVING WATER AND NEVER STAND ON
A BRIDGE TO WATCH THE RAGING WATERS BELOW.

THE VAST MAJORITY OF THE DEATHS ARE PREVENTABLE.  HERE ARE
SOME FLOOD SAFETY AND PREPAREDNESS TIPS THAT COULD SAVE
YOUR LIFE.

* NEVER DRIVE A CAR INTO A FLOODED ROADWAY!  AS LITTLE AS
  2 FEET OF WATER WILL FLOAT MOST CARS AND CAN CAUSE THEM
  TO BE WASHED OFF THE ROADWAY.  WATER LEVELS ARE OFTEN
  DIFFICULT TO JUDGE AND YOU MAY NOT BE ABLE TO TELL IF A
  ROADWAY IS ALREADY WASHED AWAY.

* ALWAYS REMEMBER, IF YOU COME UPON A FLOOD AREA,   TURN
  AROUND, DON`T DROWN!  IT COULD SAVE YOUR LIFE.

* BE ESPECIALLY CAUTIOUS AT NIGHT WHEN DARKNESS MAKES IT
  DIFFICULT TO SEE FLOOD DANGERS.  IF DRIVING, SLOW DOWN
  SO YOU HAVE MORE TIME TO REACT TO POTENTIAL HAZARDS.

* KEEP A SAFE DISTANCE FROM RAPIDLY FLOWING WATER.
  MONITOR CHILDREN CLOSELY WHEN FLOWING WATER IS NEARBY.

* DURING HEAVY RAINFALL EVENTS OR DURING TIMES OF RAPID
  SNOW MELT, DO NOT CAMP OR PARK IN FLOOD-PRONE AREAS.

* MONITOR THE LATEST FORECAST AND LISTEN FOR ANY ALERTS
  FOR YOUR AREA TO WARN YOU OF IMPENDING HAZARDOUS
  SITUATIONS

* KEEP ABREAST OF WATER LEVELS AND FORECAST WATER LEVELS.
  MOVE TO HIGHER GROUND IF FLOODING IS EXPECTED.

* BE ALERT TO ANY RAPID RISES OR FALLS IN THE RIVER
  LEVELS. A RAPID RISE IN A RIVER LEVEL MAY INDICATE THAT
  AN ICE JAM HAS FORMED DOWNSTREAM OF YOU.  IN CONTRAST,
  A RAPID FALL IN A RIVER LEVEL MAY INDICATE THAT AN ICE
  JAM HAS FORMED UPSTREAM FROM YOU.  IF AN UPSTREAM ICE
  JAM BREAKS UP RAPIDLY, FLASH FLOODING OF DOWNSTREAM
  AREAS CAN OCCUR VERY QUICKLY.

IF YOU LIVE ALONG A SMALL RIVER OR STREAM:

* KNOW YOUR AREA`S FLOOD RISK.

* KEEP APPRAISED OF CURRENT WEATHER CONDITIONS FOR YOUR
  LOCAL AREA INCLUDING THE LATEST FORECAST AND ANY FLOOD
  WATCHES, WARNINGS, OR STATEMENTS.

* MONITOR RIVER OR STREAM LEVELS AND BE PREPARED TO SEEK
  HIGHER GROUND, IF CONDITIONS WARRANT.

* REPORT ANY FLOODING TO THE APPROPRIATE AUTHORITIES.

* IF ORDERED TO EVACUATE, DO SO IMMEDIATELY.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, CALL YOUR LOCAL NATIONAL
WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE.

$$

JENSENIUS/HAWLEY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
GRAY, MAINE

NNNN


000
NOUS41 KGYX 191045
PNSGYX

MEZ007>009-012>014-018>022-023>028-NHZ001>010-013-014-201200

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY ME
645 AM EST THU MAR 19 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED THE WEEK OF
MARCH 15TH THROUGH 21ST FLOOD AWARENESS WEEK IN MAINE AND
NEW HAMPSHIRE, AS WELL AS THE REMAINDER OF THE UNITED
STATES.

...SAFETY AND PREPAREDNESS TIPS...

IN THE UNITED STATES, FLOODING IS THE TOP STORM-RELATED
KILLER, ON AVERAGE, CLAIMING THE LIVES OF ABOUT 90 PEOPLE
ANNUALLY.  MORE THAN HALF OF THOSE DEATHS ARE THE RESULT
OF PEOPLE ATTEMPTING TO DRIVE THROUGH FLOODED ROADWAYS.
VICTIMS ARE USUALLY EITHER TRAPPED IN THEIR CARS OR THEY
DROWN AS THEY ARE WASHED DOWNSTREAM BY RAGING FLOOD
WATERS.  IN ADDITION, ABOUT ANOTHER QUARTER OF THE DEATHS
ARE CAUSED BY PEOPLE ATTEMPTING TO WALK OR SWIM THROUGH
FLOOD WATERS, OR FALLING INTO THE WATER.  ALWAYS KEEP A
SAFE DISTANCE FROM RAPIDLY MOVING WATER AND NEVER STAND ON
A BRIDGE TO WATCH THE RAGING WATERS BELOW.

THE VAST MAJORITY OF THE DEATHS ARE PREVENTABLE.  HERE ARE
SOME FLOOD SAFETY AND PREPAREDNESS TIPS THAT COULD SAVE
YOUR LIFE.

* NEVER DRIVE A CAR INTO A FLOODED ROADWAY!  AS LITTLE AS
  2 FEET OF WATER WILL FLOAT MOST CARS AND CAN CAUSE THEM
  TO BE WASHED OFF THE ROADWAY.  WATER LEVELS ARE OFTEN
  DIFFICULT TO JUDGE AND YOU MAY NOT BE ABLE TO TELL IF A
  ROADWAY IS ALREADY WASHED AWAY.

* ALWAYS REMEMBER, IF YOU COME UPON A FLOOD AREA,   TURN
  AROUND, DON`T DROWN!  IT COULD SAVE YOUR LIFE.

* BE ESPECIALLY CAUTIOUS AT NIGHT WHEN DARKNESS MAKES IT
  DIFFICULT TO SEE FLOOD DANGERS.  IF DRIVING, SLOW DOWN
  SO YOU HAVE MORE TIME TO REACT TO POTENTIAL HAZARDS.

* KEEP A SAFE DISTANCE FROM RAPIDLY FLOWING WATER.
  MONITOR CHILDREN CLOSELY WHEN FLOWING WATER IS NEARBY.

* DURING HEAVY RAINFALL EVENTS OR DURING TIMES OF RAPID
  SNOW MELT, DO NOT CAMP OR PARK IN FLOOD-PRONE AREAS.

* MONITOR THE LATEST FORECAST AND LISTEN FOR ANY ALERTS
  FOR YOUR AREA TO WARN YOU OF IMPENDING HAZARDOUS
  SITUATIONS

* KEEP ABREAST OF WATER LEVELS AND FORECAST WATER LEVELS.
  MOVE TO HIGHER GROUND IF FLOODING IS EXPECTED.

* BE ALERT TO ANY RAPID RISES OR FALLS IN THE RIVER
  LEVELS. A RAPID RISE IN A RIVER LEVEL MAY INDICATE THAT
  AN ICE JAM HAS FORMED DOWNSTREAM OF YOU.  IN CONTRAST,
  A RAPID FALL IN A RIVER LEVEL MAY INDICATE THAT AN ICE
  JAM HAS FORMED UPSTREAM FROM YOU.  IF AN UPSTREAM ICE
  JAM BREAKS UP RAPIDLY, FLASH FLOODING OF DOWNSTREAM
  AREAS CAN OCCUR VERY QUICKLY.

IF YOU LIVE ALONG A SMALL RIVER OR STREAM:

* KNOW YOUR AREA`S FLOOD RISK.

* KEEP APPRAISED OF CURRENT WEATHER CONDITIONS FOR YOUR
  LOCAL AREA INCLUDING THE LATEST FORECAST AND ANY FLOOD
  WATCHES, WARNINGS, OR STATEMENTS.

* MONITOR RIVER OR STREAM LEVELS AND BE PREPARED TO SEEK
  HIGHER GROUND, IF CONDITIONS WARRANT.

* REPORT ANY FLOODING TO THE APPROPRIATE AUTHORITIES.

* IF ORDERED TO EVACUATE, DO SO IMMEDIATELY.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, CALL YOUR LOCAL NATIONAL
WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE.

$$

JENSENIUS/HAWLEY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
GRAY, MAINE

NNNN


000
NOUS41 KGYX 191045
PNSGYX

MEZ007>009-012>014-018>022-023>028-NHZ001>010-013-014-201200

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY ME
645 AM EST THU MAR 19 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED THE WEEK OF
MARCH 15TH THROUGH 21ST FLOOD AWARENESS WEEK IN MAINE AND
NEW HAMPSHIRE, AS WELL AS THE REMAINDER OF THE UNITED
STATES.

...SAFETY AND PREPAREDNESS TIPS...

IN THE UNITED STATES, FLOODING IS THE TOP STORM-RELATED
KILLER, ON AVERAGE, CLAIMING THE LIVES OF ABOUT 90 PEOPLE
ANNUALLY.  MORE THAN HALF OF THOSE DEATHS ARE THE RESULT
OF PEOPLE ATTEMPTING TO DRIVE THROUGH FLOODED ROADWAYS.
VICTIMS ARE USUALLY EITHER TRAPPED IN THEIR CARS OR THEY
DROWN AS THEY ARE WASHED DOWNSTREAM BY RAGING FLOOD
WATERS.  IN ADDITION, ABOUT ANOTHER QUARTER OF THE DEATHS
ARE CAUSED BY PEOPLE ATTEMPTING TO WALK OR SWIM THROUGH
FLOOD WATERS, OR FALLING INTO THE WATER.  ALWAYS KEEP A
SAFE DISTANCE FROM RAPIDLY MOVING WATER AND NEVER STAND ON
A BRIDGE TO WATCH THE RAGING WATERS BELOW.

THE VAST MAJORITY OF THE DEATHS ARE PREVENTABLE.  HERE ARE
SOME FLOOD SAFETY AND PREPAREDNESS TIPS THAT COULD SAVE
YOUR LIFE.

* NEVER DRIVE A CAR INTO A FLOODED ROADWAY!  AS LITTLE AS
  2 FEET OF WATER WILL FLOAT MOST CARS AND CAN CAUSE THEM
  TO BE WASHED OFF THE ROADWAY.  WATER LEVELS ARE OFTEN
  DIFFICULT TO JUDGE AND YOU MAY NOT BE ABLE TO TELL IF A
  ROADWAY IS ALREADY WASHED AWAY.

* ALWAYS REMEMBER, IF YOU COME UPON A FLOOD AREA,   TURN
  AROUND, DON`T DROWN!  IT COULD SAVE YOUR LIFE.

* BE ESPECIALLY CAUTIOUS AT NIGHT WHEN DARKNESS MAKES IT
  DIFFICULT TO SEE FLOOD DANGERS.  IF DRIVING, SLOW DOWN
  SO YOU HAVE MORE TIME TO REACT TO POTENTIAL HAZARDS.

* KEEP A SAFE DISTANCE FROM RAPIDLY FLOWING WATER.
  MONITOR CHILDREN CLOSELY WHEN FLOWING WATER IS NEARBY.

* DURING HEAVY RAINFALL EVENTS OR DURING TIMES OF RAPID
  SNOW MELT, DO NOT CAMP OR PARK IN FLOOD-PRONE AREAS.

* MONITOR THE LATEST FORECAST AND LISTEN FOR ANY ALERTS
  FOR YOUR AREA TO WARN YOU OF IMPENDING HAZARDOUS
  SITUATIONS

* KEEP ABREAST OF WATER LEVELS AND FORECAST WATER LEVELS.
  MOVE TO HIGHER GROUND IF FLOODING IS EXPECTED.

* BE ALERT TO ANY RAPID RISES OR FALLS IN THE RIVER
  LEVELS. A RAPID RISE IN A RIVER LEVEL MAY INDICATE THAT
  AN ICE JAM HAS FORMED DOWNSTREAM OF YOU.  IN CONTRAST,
  A RAPID FALL IN A RIVER LEVEL MAY INDICATE THAT AN ICE
  JAM HAS FORMED UPSTREAM FROM YOU.  IF AN UPSTREAM ICE
  JAM BREAKS UP RAPIDLY, FLASH FLOODING OF DOWNSTREAM
  AREAS CAN OCCUR VERY QUICKLY.

IF YOU LIVE ALONG A SMALL RIVER OR STREAM:

* KNOW YOUR AREA`S FLOOD RISK.

* KEEP APPRAISED OF CURRENT WEATHER CONDITIONS FOR YOUR
  LOCAL AREA INCLUDING THE LATEST FORECAST AND ANY FLOOD
  WATCHES, WARNINGS, OR STATEMENTS.

* MONITOR RIVER OR STREAM LEVELS AND BE PREPARED TO SEEK
  HIGHER GROUND, IF CONDITIONS WARRANT.

* REPORT ANY FLOODING TO THE APPROPRIATE AUTHORITIES.

* IF ORDERED TO EVACUATE, DO SO IMMEDIATELY.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, CALL YOUR LOCAL NATIONAL
WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE.

$$

JENSENIUS/HAWLEY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
GRAY, MAINE

NNNN


000
NOUS41 KGYX 191045
PNSGYX

MEZ007>009-012>014-018>022-023>028-NHZ001>010-013-014-201200

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY ME
645 AM EST THU MAR 19 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED THE WEEK OF
MARCH 15TH THROUGH 21ST FLOOD AWARENESS WEEK IN MAINE AND
NEW HAMPSHIRE, AS WELL AS THE REMAINDER OF THE UNITED
STATES.

...SAFETY AND PREPAREDNESS TIPS...

IN THE UNITED STATES, FLOODING IS THE TOP STORM-RELATED
KILLER, ON AVERAGE, CLAIMING THE LIVES OF ABOUT 90 PEOPLE
ANNUALLY.  MORE THAN HALF OF THOSE DEATHS ARE THE RESULT
OF PEOPLE ATTEMPTING TO DRIVE THROUGH FLOODED ROADWAYS.
VICTIMS ARE USUALLY EITHER TRAPPED IN THEIR CARS OR THEY
DROWN AS THEY ARE WASHED DOWNSTREAM BY RAGING FLOOD
WATERS.  IN ADDITION, ABOUT ANOTHER QUARTER OF THE DEATHS
ARE CAUSED BY PEOPLE ATTEMPTING TO WALK OR SWIM THROUGH
FLOOD WATERS, OR FALLING INTO THE WATER.  ALWAYS KEEP A
SAFE DISTANCE FROM RAPIDLY MOVING WATER AND NEVER STAND ON
A BRIDGE TO WATCH THE RAGING WATERS BELOW.

THE VAST MAJORITY OF THE DEATHS ARE PREVENTABLE.  HERE ARE
SOME FLOOD SAFETY AND PREPAREDNESS TIPS THAT COULD SAVE
YOUR LIFE.

* NEVER DRIVE A CAR INTO A FLOODED ROADWAY!  AS LITTLE AS
  2 FEET OF WATER WILL FLOAT MOST CARS AND CAN CAUSE THEM
  TO BE WASHED OFF THE ROADWAY.  WATER LEVELS ARE OFTEN
  DIFFICULT TO JUDGE AND YOU MAY NOT BE ABLE TO TELL IF A
  ROADWAY IS ALREADY WASHED AWAY.

* ALWAYS REMEMBER, IF YOU COME UPON A FLOOD AREA,   TURN
  AROUND, DON`T DROWN!  IT COULD SAVE YOUR LIFE.

* BE ESPECIALLY CAUTIOUS AT NIGHT WHEN DARKNESS MAKES IT
  DIFFICULT TO SEE FLOOD DANGERS.  IF DRIVING, SLOW DOWN
  SO YOU HAVE MORE TIME TO REACT TO POTENTIAL HAZARDS.

* KEEP A SAFE DISTANCE FROM RAPIDLY FLOWING WATER.
  MONITOR CHILDREN CLOSELY WHEN FLOWING WATER IS NEARBY.

* DURING HEAVY RAINFALL EVENTS OR DURING TIMES OF RAPID
  SNOW MELT, DO NOT CAMP OR PARK IN FLOOD-PRONE AREAS.

* MONITOR THE LATEST FORECAST AND LISTEN FOR ANY ALERTS
  FOR YOUR AREA TO WARN YOU OF IMPENDING HAZARDOUS
  SITUATIONS

* KEEP ABREAST OF WATER LEVELS AND FORECAST WATER LEVELS.
  MOVE TO HIGHER GROUND IF FLOODING IS EXPECTED.

* BE ALERT TO ANY RAPID RISES OR FALLS IN THE RIVER
  LEVELS. A RAPID RISE IN A RIVER LEVEL MAY INDICATE THAT
  AN ICE JAM HAS FORMED DOWNSTREAM OF YOU.  IN CONTRAST,
  A RAPID FALL IN A RIVER LEVEL MAY INDICATE THAT AN ICE
  JAM HAS FORMED UPSTREAM FROM YOU.  IF AN UPSTREAM ICE
  JAM BREAKS UP RAPIDLY, FLASH FLOODING OF DOWNSTREAM
  AREAS CAN OCCUR VERY QUICKLY.

IF YOU LIVE ALONG A SMALL RIVER OR STREAM:

* KNOW YOUR AREA`S FLOOD RISK.

* KEEP APPRAISED OF CURRENT WEATHER CONDITIONS FOR YOUR
  LOCAL AREA INCLUDING THE LATEST FORECAST AND ANY FLOOD
  WATCHES, WARNINGS, OR STATEMENTS.

* MONITOR RIVER OR STREAM LEVELS AND BE PREPARED TO SEEK
  HIGHER GROUND, IF CONDITIONS WARRANT.

* REPORT ANY FLOODING TO THE APPROPRIATE AUTHORITIES.

* IF ORDERED TO EVACUATE, DO SO IMMEDIATELY.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, CALL YOUR LOCAL NATIONAL
WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE.

$$

JENSENIUS/HAWLEY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
GRAY, MAINE




000
NOUS41 KGYX 191045
PNSGYX

MEZ007>009-012>014-018>022-023>028-NHZ001>010-013-014-201200

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY ME
645 AM EST THU MAR 19 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED THE WEEK OF
MARCH 15TH THROUGH 21ST FLOOD AWARENESS WEEK IN MAINE AND
NEW HAMPSHIRE, AS WELL AS THE REMAINDER OF THE UNITED
STATES.

...SAFETY AND PREPAREDNESS TIPS...

IN THE UNITED STATES, FLOODING IS THE TOP STORM-RELATED
KILLER, ON AVERAGE, CLAIMING THE LIVES OF ABOUT 90 PEOPLE
ANNUALLY.  MORE THAN HALF OF THOSE DEATHS ARE THE RESULT
OF PEOPLE ATTEMPTING TO DRIVE THROUGH FLOODED ROADWAYS.
VICTIMS ARE USUALLY EITHER TRAPPED IN THEIR CARS OR THEY
DROWN AS THEY ARE WASHED DOWNSTREAM BY RAGING FLOOD
WATERS.  IN ADDITION, ABOUT ANOTHER QUARTER OF THE DEATHS
ARE CAUSED BY PEOPLE ATTEMPTING TO WALK OR SWIM THROUGH
FLOOD WATERS, OR FALLING INTO THE WATER.  ALWAYS KEEP A
SAFE DISTANCE FROM RAPIDLY MOVING WATER AND NEVER STAND ON
A BRIDGE TO WATCH THE RAGING WATERS BELOW.

THE VAST MAJORITY OF THE DEATHS ARE PREVENTABLE.  HERE ARE
SOME FLOOD SAFETY AND PREPAREDNESS TIPS THAT COULD SAVE
YOUR LIFE.

* NEVER DRIVE A CAR INTO A FLOODED ROADWAY!  AS LITTLE AS
  2 FEET OF WATER WILL FLOAT MOST CARS AND CAN CAUSE THEM
  TO BE WASHED OFF THE ROADWAY.  WATER LEVELS ARE OFTEN
  DIFFICULT TO JUDGE AND YOU MAY NOT BE ABLE TO TELL IF A
  ROADWAY IS ALREADY WASHED AWAY.

* ALWAYS REMEMBER, IF YOU COME UPON A FLOOD AREA,   TURN
  AROUND, DON`T DROWN!  IT COULD SAVE YOUR LIFE.

* BE ESPECIALLY CAUTIOUS AT NIGHT WHEN DARKNESS MAKES IT
  DIFFICULT TO SEE FLOOD DANGERS.  IF DRIVING, SLOW DOWN
  SO YOU HAVE MORE TIME TO REACT TO POTENTIAL HAZARDS.

* KEEP A SAFE DISTANCE FROM RAPIDLY FLOWING WATER.
  MONITOR CHILDREN CLOSELY WHEN FLOWING WATER IS NEARBY.

* DURING HEAVY RAINFALL EVENTS OR DURING TIMES OF RAPID
  SNOW MELT, DO NOT CAMP OR PARK IN FLOOD-PRONE AREAS.

* MONITOR THE LATEST FORECAST AND LISTEN FOR ANY ALERTS
  FOR YOUR AREA TO WARN YOU OF IMPENDING HAZARDOUS
  SITUATIONS

* KEEP ABREAST OF WATER LEVELS AND FORECAST WATER LEVELS.
  MOVE TO HIGHER GROUND IF FLOODING IS EXPECTED.

* BE ALERT TO ANY RAPID RISES OR FALLS IN THE RIVER
  LEVELS. A RAPID RISE IN A RIVER LEVEL MAY INDICATE THAT
  AN ICE JAM HAS FORMED DOWNSTREAM OF YOU.  IN CONTRAST,
  A RAPID FALL IN A RIVER LEVEL MAY INDICATE THAT AN ICE
  JAM HAS FORMED UPSTREAM FROM YOU.  IF AN UPSTREAM ICE
  JAM BREAKS UP RAPIDLY, FLASH FLOODING OF DOWNSTREAM
  AREAS CAN OCCUR VERY QUICKLY.

IF YOU LIVE ALONG A SMALL RIVER OR STREAM:

* KNOW YOUR AREA`S FLOOD RISK.

* KEEP APPRAISED OF CURRENT WEATHER CONDITIONS FOR YOUR
  LOCAL AREA INCLUDING THE LATEST FORECAST AND ANY FLOOD
  WATCHES, WARNINGS, OR STATEMENTS.

* MONITOR RIVER OR STREAM LEVELS AND BE PREPARED TO SEEK
  HIGHER GROUND, IF CONDITIONS WARRANT.

* REPORT ANY FLOODING TO THE APPROPRIATE AUTHORITIES.

* IF ORDERED TO EVACUATE, DO SO IMMEDIATELY.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, CALL YOUR LOCAL NATIONAL
WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE.

$$

JENSENIUS/HAWLEY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
GRAY, MAINE




000
NOUS41 KGYX 191045
PNSGYX

MEZ007>009-012>014-018>022-023>028-NHZ001>010-013-014-201200

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY ME
645 AM EST THU MAR 19 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED THE WEEK OF
MARCH 15TH THROUGH 21ST FLOOD AWARENESS WEEK IN MAINE AND
NEW HAMPSHIRE, AS WELL AS THE REMAINDER OF THE UNITED
STATES.

...SAFETY AND PREPAREDNESS TIPS...

IN THE UNITED STATES, FLOODING IS THE TOP STORM-RELATED
KILLER, ON AVERAGE, CLAIMING THE LIVES OF ABOUT 90 PEOPLE
ANNUALLY.  MORE THAN HALF OF THOSE DEATHS ARE THE RESULT
OF PEOPLE ATTEMPTING TO DRIVE THROUGH FLOODED ROADWAYS.
VICTIMS ARE USUALLY EITHER TRAPPED IN THEIR CARS OR THEY
DROWN AS THEY ARE WASHED DOWNSTREAM BY RAGING FLOOD
WATERS.  IN ADDITION, ABOUT ANOTHER QUARTER OF THE DEATHS
ARE CAUSED BY PEOPLE ATTEMPTING TO WALK OR SWIM THROUGH
FLOOD WATERS, OR FALLING INTO THE WATER.  ALWAYS KEEP A
SAFE DISTANCE FROM RAPIDLY MOVING WATER AND NEVER STAND ON
A BRIDGE TO WATCH THE RAGING WATERS BELOW.

THE VAST MAJORITY OF THE DEATHS ARE PREVENTABLE.  HERE ARE
SOME FLOOD SAFETY AND PREPAREDNESS TIPS THAT COULD SAVE
YOUR LIFE.

* NEVER DRIVE A CAR INTO A FLOODED ROADWAY!  AS LITTLE AS
  2 FEET OF WATER WILL FLOAT MOST CARS AND CAN CAUSE THEM
  TO BE WASHED OFF THE ROADWAY.  WATER LEVELS ARE OFTEN
  DIFFICULT TO JUDGE AND YOU MAY NOT BE ABLE TO TELL IF A
  ROADWAY IS ALREADY WASHED AWAY.

* ALWAYS REMEMBER, IF YOU COME UPON A FLOOD AREA,   TURN
  AROUND, DON`T DROWN!  IT COULD SAVE YOUR LIFE.

* BE ESPECIALLY CAUTIOUS AT NIGHT WHEN DARKNESS MAKES IT
  DIFFICULT TO SEE FLOOD DANGERS.  IF DRIVING, SLOW DOWN
  SO YOU HAVE MORE TIME TO REACT TO POTENTIAL HAZARDS.

* KEEP A SAFE DISTANCE FROM RAPIDLY FLOWING WATER.
  MONITOR CHILDREN CLOSELY WHEN FLOWING WATER IS NEARBY.

* DURING HEAVY RAINFALL EVENTS OR DURING TIMES OF RAPID
  SNOW MELT, DO NOT CAMP OR PARK IN FLOOD-PRONE AREAS.

* MONITOR THE LATEST FORECAST AND LISTEN FOR ANY ALERTS
  FOR YOUR AREA TO WARN YOU OF IMPENDING HAZARDOUS
  SITUATIONS

* KEEP ABREAST OF WATER LEVELS AND FORECAST WATER LEVELS.
  MOVE TO HIGHER GROUND IF FLOODING IS EXPECTED.

* BE ALERT TO ANY RAPID RISES OR FALLS IN THE RIVER
  LEVELS. A RAPID RISE IN A RIVER LEVEL MAY INDICATE THAT
  AN ICE JAM HAS FORMED DOWNSTREAM OF YOU.  IN CONTRAST,
  A RAPID FALL IN A RIVER LEVEL MAY INDICATE THAT AN ICE
  JAM HAS FORMED UPSTREAM FROM YOU.  IF AN UPSTREAM ICE
  JAM BREAKS UP RAPIDLY, FLASH FLOODING OF DOWNSTREAM
  AREAS CAN OCCUR VERY QUICKLY.

IF YOU LIVE ALONG A SMALL RIVER OR STREAM:

* KNOW YOUR AREA`S FLOOD RISK.

* KEEP APPRAISED OF CURRENT WEATHER CONDITIONS FOR YOUR
  LOCAL AREA INCLUDING THE LATEST FORECAST AND ANY FLOOD
  WATCHES, WARNINGS, OR STATEMENTS.

* MONITOR RIVER OR STREAM LEVELS AND BE PREPARED TO SEEK
  HIGHER GROUND, IF CONDITIONS WARRANT.

* REPORT ANY FLOODING TO THE APPROPRIATE AUTHORITIES.

* IF ORDERED TO EVACUATE, DO SO IMMEDIATELY.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, CALL YOUR LOCAL NATIONAL
WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE.

$$

JENSENIUS/HAWLEY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
GRAY, MAINE

NNNN



000
NOUS41 KGYX 191045
PNSGYX

MEZ007>009-012>014-018>022-023>028-NHZ001>010-013-014-201200

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY ME
645 AM EST THU MAR 19 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED THE WEEK OF
MARCH 15TH THROUGH 21ST FLOOD AWARENESS WEEK IN MAINE AND
NEW HAMPSHIRE, AS WELL AS THE REMAINDER OF THE UNITED
STATES.

...SAFETY AND PREPAREDNESS TIPS...

IN THE UNITED STATES, FLOODING IS THE TOP STORM-RELATED
KILLER, ON AVERAGE, CLAIMING THE LIVES OF ABOUT 90 PEOPLE
ANNUALLY.  MORE THAN HALF OF THOSE DEATHS ARE THE RESULT
OF PEOPLE ATTEMPTING TO DRIVE THROUGH FLOODED ROADWAYS.
VICTIMS ARE USUALLY EITHER TRAPPED IN THEIR CARS OR THEY
DROWN AS THEY ARE WASHED DOWNSTREAM BY RAGING FLOOD
WATERS.  IN ADDITION, ABOUT ANOTHER QUARTER OF THE DEATHS
ARE CAUSED BY PEOPLE ATTEMPTING TO WALK OR SWIM THROUGH
FLOOD WATERS, OR FALLING INTO THE WATER.  ALWAYS KEEP A
SAFE DISTANCE FROM RAPIDLY MOVING WATER AND NEVER STAND ON
A BRIDGE TO WATCH THE RAGING WATERS BELOW.

THE VAST MAJORITY OF THE DEATHS ARE PREVENTABLE.  HERE ARE
SOME FLOOD SAFETY AND PREPAREDNESS TIPS THAT COULD SAVE
YOUR LIFE.

* NEVER DRIVE A CAR INTO A FLOODED ROADWAY!  AS LITTLE AS
  2 FEET OF WATER WILL FLOAT MOST CARS AND CAN CAUSE THEM
  TO BE WASHED OFF THE ROADWAY.  WATER LEVELS ARE OFTEN
  DIFFICULT TO JUDGE AND YOU MAY NOT BE ABLE TO TELL IF A
  ROADWAY IS ALREADY WASHED AWAY.

* ALWAYS REMEMBER, IF YOU COME UPON A FLOOD AREA,   TURN
  AROUND, DON`T DROWN!  IT COULD SAVE YOUR LIFE.

* BE ESPECIALLY CAUTIOUS AT NIGHT WHEN DARKNESS MAKES IT
  DIFFICULT TO SEE FLOOD DANGERS.  IF DRIVING, SLOW DOWN
  SO YOU HAVE MORE TIME TO REACT TO POTENTIAL HAZARDS.

* KEEP A SAFE DISTANCE FROM RAPIDLY FLOWING WATER.
  MONITOR CHILDREN CLOSELY WHEN FLOWING WATER IS NEARBY.

* DURING HEAVY RAINFALL EVENTS OR DURING TIMES OF RAPID
  SNOW MELT, DO NOT CAMP OR PARK IN FLOOD-PRONE AREAS.

* MONITOR THE LATEST FORECAST AND LISTEN FOR ANY ALERTS
  FOR YOUR AREA TO WARN YOU OF IMPENDING HAZARDOUS
  SITUATIONS

* KEEP ABREAST OF WATER LEVELS AND FORECAST WATER LEVELS.
  MOVE TO HIGHER GROUND IF FLOODING IS EXPECTED.

* BE ALERT TO ANY RAPID RISES OR FALLS IN THE RIVER
  LEVELS. A RAPID RISE IN A RIVER LEVEL MAY INDICATE THAT
  AN ICE JAM HAS FORMED DOWNSTREAM OF YOU.  IN CONTRAST,
  A RAPID FALL IN A RIVER LEVEL MAY INDICATE THAT AN ICE
  JAM HAS FORMED UPSTREAM FROM YOU.  IF AN UPSTREAM ICE
  JAM BREAKS UP RAPIDLY, FLASH FLOODING OF DOWNSTREAM
  AREAS CAN OCCUR VERY QUICKLY.

IF YOU LIVE ALONG A SMALL RIVER OR STREAM:

* KNOW YOUR AREA`S FLOOD RISK.

* KEEP APPRAISED OF CURRENT WEATHER CONDITIONS FOR YOUR
  LOCAL AREA INCLUDING THE LATEST FORECAST AND ANY FLOOD
  WATCHES, WARNINGS, OR STATEMENTS.

* MONITOR RIVER OR STREAM LEVELS AND BE PREPARED TO SEEK
  HIGHER GROUND, IF CONDITIONS WARRANT.

* REPORT ANY FLOODING TO THE APPROPRIATE AUTHORITIES.

* IF ORDERED TO EVACUATE, DO SO IMMEDIATELY.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, CALL YOUR LOCAL NATIONAL
WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE.

$$

JENSENIUS/HAWLEY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
GRAY, MAINE

NNNN



000
NOUS41 KGYX 191045
PNSGYX

MEZ007>009-012>014-018>022-023>028-NHZ001>010-013-014-201200

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY ME
645 AM EST THU MAR 19 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED THE WEEK OF
MARCH 15TH THROUGH 21ST FLOOD AWARENESS WEEK IN MAINE AND
NEW HAMPSHIRE, AS WELL AS THE REMAINDER OF THE UNITED
STATES.

...SAFETY AND PREPAREDNESS TIPS...

IN THE UNITED STATES, FLOODING IS THE TOP STORM-RELATED
KILLER, ON AVERAGE, CLAIMING THE LIVES OF ABOUT 90 PEOPLE
ANNUALLY.  MORE THAN HALF OF THOSE DEATHS ARE THE RESULT
OF PEOPLE ATTEMPTING TO DRIVE THROUGH FLOODED ROADWAYS.
VICTIMS ARE USUALLY EITHER TRAPPED IN THEIR CARS OR THEY
DROWN AS THEY ARE WASHED DOWNSTREAM BY RAGING FLOOD
WATERS.  IN ADDITION, ABOUT ANOTHER QUARTER OF THE DEATHS
ARE CAUSED BY PEOPLE ATTEMPTING TO WALK OR SWIM THROUGH
FLOOD WATERS, OR FALLING INTO THE WATER.  ALWAYS KEEP A
SAFE DISTANCE FROM RAPIDLY MOVING WATER AND NEVER STAND ON
A BRIDGE TO WATCH THE RAGING WATERS BELOW.

THE VAST MAJORITY OF THE DEATHS ARE PREVENTABLE.  HERE ARE
SOME FLOOD SAFETY AND PREPAREDNESS TIPS THAT COULD SAVE
YOUR LIFE.

* NEVER DRIVE A CAR INTO A FLOODED ROADWAY!  AS LITTLE AS
  2 FEET OF WATER WILL FLOAT MOST CARS AND CAN CAUSE THEM
  TO BE WASHED OFF THE ROADWAY.  WATER LEVELS ARE OFTEN
  DIFFICULT TO JUDGE AND YOU MAY NOT BE ABLE TO TELL IF A
  ROADWAY IS ALREADY WASHED AWAY.

* ALWAYS REMEMBER, IF YOU COME UPON A FLOOD AREA,   TURN
  AROUND, DON`T DROWN!  IT COULD SAVE YOUR LIFE.

* BE ESPECIALLY CAUTIOUS AT NIGHT WHEN DARKNESS MAKES IT
  DIFFICULT TO SEE FLOOD DANGERS.  IF DRIVING, SLOW DOWN
  SO YOU HAVE MORE TIME TO REACT TO POTENTIAL HAZARDS.

* KEEP A SAFE DISTANCE FROM RAPIDLY FLOWING WATER.
  MONITOR CHILDREN CLOSELY WHEN FLOWING WATER IS NEARBY.

* DURING HEAVY RAINFALL EVENTS OR DURING TIMES OF RAPID
  SNOW MELT, DO NOT CAMP OR PARK IN FLOOD-PRONE AREAS.

* MONITOR THE LATEST FORECAST AND LISTEN FOR ANY ALERTS
  FOR YOUR AREA TO WARN YOU OF IMPENDING HAZARDOUS
  SITUATIONS

* KEEP ABREAST OF WATER LEVELS AND FORECAST WATER LEVELS.
  MOVE TO HIGHER GROUND IF FLOODING IS EXPECTED.

* BE ALERT TO ANY RAPID RISES OR FALLS IN THE RIVER
  LEVELS. A RAPID RISE IN A RIVER LEVEL MAY INDICATE THAT
  AN ICE JAM HAS FORMED DOWNSTREAM OF YOU.  IN CONTRAST,
  A RAPID FALL IN A RIVER LEVEL MAY INDICATE THAT AN ICE
  JAM HAS FORMED UPSTREAM FROM YOU.  IF AN UPSTREAM ICE
  JAM BREAKS UP RAPIDLY, FLASH FLOODING OF DOWNSTREAM
  AREAS CAN OCCUR VERY QUICKLY.

IF YOU LIVE ALONG A SMALL RIVER OR STREAM:

* KNOW YOUR AREA`S FLOOD RISK.

* KEEP APPRAISED OF CURRENT WEATHER CONDITIONS FOR YOUR
  LOCAL AREA INCLUDING THE LATEST FORECAST AND ANY FLOOD
  WATCHES, WARNINGS, OR STATEMENTS.

* MONITOR RIVER OR STREAM LEVELS AND BE PREPARED TO SEEK
  HIGHER GROUND, IF CONDITIONS WARRANT.

* REPORT ANY FLOODING TO THE APPROPRIATE AUTHORITIES.

* IF ORDERED TO EVACUATE, DO SO IMMEDIATELY.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, CALL YOUR LOCAL NATIONAL
WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE.

$$

JENSENIUS/HAWLEY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
GRAY, MAINE

NNNN



000
NOUS41 KGYX 191045
PNSGYX

MEZ007>009-012>014-018>022-023>028-NHZ001>010-013-014-201200

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY ME
645 AM EST THU MAR 19 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED THE WEEK OF
MARCH 15TH THROUGH 21ST FLOOD AWARENESS WEEK IN MAINE AND
NEW HAMPSHIRE, AS WELL AS THE REMAINDER OF THE UNITED
STATES.

...SAFETY AND PREPAREDNESS TIPS...

IN THE UNITED STATES, FLOODING IS THE TOP STORM-RELATED
KILLER, ON AVERAGE, CLAIMING THE LIVES OF ABOUT 90 PEOPLE
ANNUALLY.  MORE THAN HALF OF THOSE DEATHS ARE THE RESULT
OF PEOPLE ATTEMPTING TO DRIVE THROUGH FLOODED ROADWAYS.
VICTIMS ARE USUALLY EITHER TRAPPED IN THEIR CARS OR THEY
DROWN AS THEY ARE WASHED DOWNSTREAM BY RAGING FLOOD
WATERS.  IN ADDITION, ABOUT ANOTHER QUARTER OF THE DEATHS
ARE CAUSED BY PEOPLE ATTEMPTING TO WALK OR SWIM THROUGH
FLOOD WATERS, OR FALLING INTO THE WATER.  ALWAYS KEEP A
SAFE DISTANCE FROM RAPIDLY MOVING WATER AND NEVER STAND ON
A BRIDGE TO WATCH THE RAGING WATERS BELOW.

THE VAST MAJORITY OF THE DEATHS ARE PREVENTABLE.  HERE ARE
SOME FLOOD SAFETY AND PREPAREDNESS TIPS THAT COULD SAVE
YOUR LIFE.

* NEVER DRIVE A CAR INTO A FLOODED ROADWAY!  AS LITTLE AS
  2 FEET OF WATER WILL FLOAT MOST CARS AND CAN CAUSE THEM
  TO BE WASHED OFF THE ROADWAY.  WATER LEVELS ARE OFTEN
  DIFFICULT TO JUDGE AND YOU MAY NOT BE ABLE TO TELL IF A
  ROADWAY IS ALREADY WASHED AWAY.

* ALWAYS REMEMBER, IF YOU COME UPON A FLOOD AREA,   TURN
  AROUND, DON`T DROWN!  IT COULD SAVE YOUR LIFE.

* BE ESPECIALLY CAUTIOUS AT NIGHT WHEN DARKNESS MAKES IT
  DIFFICULT TO SEE FLOOD DANGERS.  IF DRIVING, SLOW DOWN
  SO YOU HAVE MORE TIME TO REACT TO POTENTIAL HAZARDS.

* KEEP A SAFE DISTANCE FROM RAPIDLY FLOWING WATER.
  MONITOR CHILDREN CLOSELY WHEN FLOWING WATER IS NEARBY.

* DURING HEAVY RAINFALL EVENTS OR DURING TIMES OF RAPID
  SNOW MELT, DO NOT CAMP OR PARK IN FLOOD-PRONE AREAS.

* MONITOR THE LATEST FORECAST AND LISTEN FOR ANY ALERTS
  FOR YOUR AREA TO WARN YOU OF IMPENDING HAZARDOUS
  SITUATIONS

* KEEP ABREAST OF WATER LEVELS AND FORECAST WATER LEVELS.
  MOVE TO HIGHER GROUND IF FLOODING IS EXPECTED.

* BE ALERT TO ANY RAPID RISES OR FALLS IN THE RIVER
  LEVELS. A RAPID RISE IN A RIVER LEVEL MAY INDICATE THAT
  AN ICE JAM HAS FORMED DOWNSTREAM OF YOU.  IN CONTRAST,
  A RAPID FALL IN A RIVER LEVEL MAY INDICATE THAT AN ICE
  JAM HAS FORMED UPSTREAM FROM YOU.  IF AN UPSTREAM ICE
  JAM BREAKS UP RAPIDLY, FLASH FLOODING OF DOWNSTREAM
  AREAS CAN OCCUR VERY QUICKLY.

IF YOU LIVE ALONG A SMALL RIVER OR STREAM:

* KNOW YOUR AREA`S FLOOD RISK.

* KEEP APPRAISED OF CURRENT WEATHER CONDITIONS FOR YOUR
  LOCAL AREA INCLUDING THE LATEST FORECAST AND ANY FLOOD
  WATCHES, WARNINGS, OR STATEMENTS.

* MONITOR RIVER OR STREAM LEVELS AND BE PREPARED TO SEEK
  HIGHER GROUND, IF CONDITIONS WARRANT.

* REPORT ANY FLOODING TO THE APPROPRIATE AUTHORITIES.

* IF ORDERED TO EVACUATE, DO SO IMMEDIATELY.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, CALL YOUR LOCAL NATIONAL
WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE.

$$

JENSENIUS/HAWLEY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
GRAY, MAINE

NNNN



000
NOUS41 KCAR 190916
PNSCAR

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CARIBOU ME
515 AM EDT THU MAR 19 2015

...FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK CONTINUES...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED MARCH 15 THROUGH MARCH 21
AS FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK. THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN
CARIBOU WILL FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A DIFFERENT FLOOD TOPIC EACH
DAY DURING THE WEEK.

TODAY`S TOPIC: NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WATER RESOURCES

THE NWS HOMEPAGE, WWW.WEATHER.GOV, PROVIDES UP-TO-DATE WEATHER AND
WATER ADVISORY, WATCH, AND WARNING INFORMATION FOR THE U.S. AND ITS
TERRITORIES. HOWEVER, THE NWS PROVIDES MANY ADDITIONAL RESOURCES TO
HELP EMERGENCY MANAGERS, PUBLIC OFFICIALS, AND PRIVATE CITIZENS MAKE
WATER DECISIONS.

ADVANCED HYDROLOGIC PREDICTION SERVICE: (AHPS) AHPS PROVIDES A SUITE
OF RIVER AND FLOOD FORECASTS AND WATER INFORMATION TO PROTECT LIFE
AND PROPERTY AND HELPS ENSURE THE NATION`S ECONOMIC WELL-BEING.
WWW.WEATHER.WEATHER.GOV

FLOOD INUNDATION MAPPING: THE ABILITY TO LOOK INTO THE FUTURE TO SEE
HOW MANY CITY BLOCKS AND ROADS MIGHT BE FLOODED IS BECOMING CLEARER
WITH FLOOD INUNDATION MAPPING, NOAA`S NWS AND NATIONAL OCEAN SERVICE
ARE COLLABORATING WITH THE USGS, USACE, FEMA, AND OTHER PARTNERS TO
DEVELOP THESE INUNDATION MAPS FOR FLOODING.
HTTP://WATER.WEATHER.GOV/AHPS/INUNDATION.PHP

WEATHER PREDICTION CENTER (WPC) PRECIPITATION FORECASTS: WPC
PROVIDES PRECIPITATION FORECASTS FORE THE ENTIRE U.S., INCLUDING
PUERTO RICO. WPC ALSO ISSUES EXCESSIVE RAINFALL FORECASTS, SHORT-
RANGE DISCUSSIONS ON HEAVY RAINFALL EVENTS, AND SNOWFALL AND
FREEZING RAIN PROBABILITIES.  WWW.WPC.NCEP.NOAA.GOV

NWS RIVER FORECAST CENTERS (RFCS): THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS
A NETWORK OF THIRTEEN RFCS ACROSS THE UNITED STATES. THESE RFCS
COLLECT, PROCESS, AND PROVIDE WATER RESOURCE AND RIVER FORECASTS AND
INFORMATION FOR MAJOR RIVER BASINS ACROSS THE COUNTRY.
HTTP://WATER. WEATHER.GOV/AHPS/RFC/RFC.PHP

FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEBSITE: ON THIS PAGE, YOU WILL FIND
INFORMATION ON WHAT TO DO BEFORE, DURING, AND AFTER A FLOOD.
WWW.FLOODSAFETY.NOAA.GOV

STAYING AWARE OF AN EVOLVING WEATHER SITUATION CAN HELP YOU PREPARE
WHEN FLOODING OR OTHER WEATHER HAZARDS IMPACT YOUR AREA. BE A FORCE
OF NATURE!  WWW.NWS.NOAA.GOV/COM/WEATHERREADYNATION

SAFETY TIP OF THE DAY - ALWAYS OBEY EMERGENCY PERSONNEL DURING A
FLOODING SITUATION. THEY ARE ONLY ACTING TO KEEP YOU, YOUR LOVED
ONES, AND THEIR STAFF SAFE. IF YOU ARE ORDERED TO EVACUATE, DO SO
IMMEDIATELY! ALTHOUGH YOU MAY THINK THAT YOUR HOME IS OUT OF HARM`S
WAY, THE INCONVENIENCE OF HAVING TO LEAVE IS MINOR COMPARED TO
POTENTIALLY LOSING YOUR LIFE. IN 2013 IN ARKANSAS, A POLICE OFFICER
AND A WILDLIFE RANGER ATTEMPTED TO RESCUE A COUPLE WHO HAD REFUSED
TO EVACUATE TO LEAVE THEIR WHEN SO ORDERED. ALL FOUR PEOPLE PERISHED
WHEN THE HOME COLLAPSED DUE TO THE RISING FLOOD WATERS. THE SADDEST
PART IS THAT THESE DEATHS WERE COMPLETELY PREVENTABLE, IF ONLY THE
COUPLE HAD EVACUATED THEIR HOME WHEN TOLD TO DO SO.

JOIN US TOMORROW TO FIND OUT ABOUT SOME GREAT FLOOD RESOURCES
OFFERED BY SEVERAL NWS PARTNERS.



000
NOUS41 KCAR 190916
PNSCAR

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CARIBOU ME
515 AM EDT THU MAR 19 2015

...FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK CONTINUES...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED MARCH 15 THROUGH MARCH 21
AS FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK. THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN
CARIBOU WILL FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A DIFFERENT FLOOD TOPIC EACH
DAY DURING THE WEEK.

TODAY`S TOPIC: NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WATER RESOURCES

THE NWS HOMEPAGE, WWW.WEATHER.GOV, PROVIDES UP-TO-DATE WEATHER AND
WATER ADVISORY, WATCH, AND WARNING INFORMATION FOR THE U.S. AND ITS
TERRITORIES. HOWEVER, THE NWS PROVIDES MANY ADDITIONAL RESOURCES TO
HELP EMERGENCY MANAGERS, PUBLIC OFFICIALS, AND PRIVATE CITIZENS MAKE
WATER DECISIONS.

ADVANCED HYDROLOGIC PREDICTION SERVICE: (AHPS) AHPS PROVIDES A SUITE
OF RIVER AND FLOOD FORECASTS AND WATER INFORMATION TO PROTECT LIFE
AND PROPERTY AND HELPS ENSURE THE NATION`S ECONOMIC WELL-BEING.
WWW.WEATHER.WEATHER.GOV

FLOOD INUNDATION MAPPING: THE ABILITY TO LOOK INTO THE FUTURE TO SEE
HOW MANY CITY BLOCKS AND ROADS MIGHT BE FLOODED IS BECOMING CLEARER
WITH FLOOD INUNDATION MAPPING, NOAA`S NWS AND NATIONAL OCEAN SERVICE
ARE COLLABORATING WITH THE USGS, USACE, FEMA, AND OTHER PARTNERS TO
DEVELOP THESE INUNDATION MAPS FOR FLOODING.
HTTP://WATER.WEATHER.GOV/AHPS/INUNDATION.PHP

WEATHER PREDICTION CENTER (WPC) PRECIPITATION FORECASTS: WPC
PROVIDES PRECIPITATION FORECASTS FORE THE ENTIRE U.S., INCLUDING
PUERTO RICO. WPC ALSO ISSUES EXCESSIVE RAINFALL FORECASTS, SHORT-
RANGE DISCUSSIONS ON HEAVY RAINFALL EVENTS, AND SNOWFALL AND
FREEZING RAIN PROBABILITIES.  WWW.WPC.NCEP.NOAA.GOV

NWS RIVER FORECAST CENTERS (RFCS): THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS
A NETWORK OF THIRTEEN RFCS ACROSS THE UNITED STATES. THESE RFCS
COLLECT, PROCESS, AND PROVIDE WATER RESOURCE AND RIVER FORECASTS AND
INFORMATION FOR MAJOR RIVER BASINS ACROSS THE COUNTRY.
HTTP://WATER. WEATHER.GOV/AHPS/RFC/RFC.PHP

FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEBSITE: ON THIS PAGE, YOU WILL FIND
INFORMATION ON WHAT TO DO BEFORE, DURING, AND AFTER A FLOOD.
WWW.FLOODSAFETY.NOAA.GOV

STAYING AWARE OF AN EVOLVING WEATHER SITUATION CAN HELP YOU PREPARE
WHEN FLOODING OR OTHER WEATHER HAZARDS IMPACT YOUR AREA. BE A FORCE
OF NATURE!  WWW.NWS.NOAA.GOV/COM/WEATHERREADYNATION

SAFETY TIP OF THE DAY - ALWAYS OBEY EMERGENCY PERSONNEL DURING A
FLOODING SITUATION. THEY ARE ONLY ACTING TO KEEP YOU, YOUR LOVED
ONES, AND THEIR STAFF SAFE. IF YOU ARE ORDERED TO EVACUATE, DO SO
IMMEDIATELY! ALTHOUGH YOU MAY THINK THAT YOUR HOME IS OUT OF HARM`S
WAY, THE INCONVENIENCE OF HAVING TO LEAVE IS MINOR COMPARED TO
POTENTIALLY LOSING YOUR LIFE. IN 2013 IN ARKANSAS, A POLICE OFFICER
AND A WILDLIFE RANGER ATTEMPTED TO RESCUE A COUPLE WHO HAD REFUSED
TO EVACUATE TO LEAVE THEIR WHEN SO ORDERED. ALL FOUR PEOPLE PERISHED
WHEN THE HOME COLLAPSED DUE TO THE RISING FLOOD WATERS. THE SADDEST
PART IS THAT THESE DEATHS WERE COMPLETELY PREVENTABLE, IF ONLY THE
COUPLE HAD EVACUATED THEIR HOME WHEN TOLD TO DO SO.

JOIN US TOMORROW TO FIND OUT ABOUT SOME GREAT FLOOD RESOURCES
OFFERED BY SEVERAL NWS PARTNERS.


000
NOUS43 KLBF 190902
PNSLBF

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORTH PLATTE NE
402 AM CDT THU MAR 19 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN NORTH PLATTE NEBRASKA HAS DECLARED
MARCH 16 THROUGH MARCH 20 AS FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK. EACH DAY
OF THE WEEK WILL FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A DIFFERENT FLOOD RELATED
TOPIC.

TODAY/S TOPIC: FLASH FLOODING

FLASH FLOODS ARE EXACTLY WHAT THE NAME SUGGESTS: FLOODS THAT HAPPEN
IN A FLASH! CAUSES OF FLASH FLOODING INCLUDE HEAVY RAIN...ICE OR
DEBRIS JAMS...AND LEVEE OR DAM FAILURE. THESE FLOODS EXHIBIT A RAPID
RISE OF WATER OVER LOW-LYING AREAS. THERE ARE MANY REASONS THAT
FLASH FLOODS OCCUR...BUT ONE OF THE MOST COMMON IS THE RESULT OF
COPIOUS AMOUNTS OF RAINFALL FROM THUNDERSTORMS THAT CAUSE FLASH
FLOODING. THESE SUDDEN DOWNPOURS CAN RAPIDLY CHANGE THE WATER LEVELS
IN A STREAM OR CREEK AND TURN SMALL WATERWAYS INTO VIOLENT...RAGING
RIVERS. URBAN AREAS ARE ESPECIALLY PRONE TO FLASH FLOODS DUE TO THE
LARGE AMOUNTS OF CONCRETE AND ASPHALT SURFACES THAT DO NOT ALLOW
WATER TO PENETRATE INTO THE SOIL EASILY. IT/S IMPORTANT TO AVOID LOW
LYING AREAS AND STORM DRAINS WHEN HEAVY RAIN IS IN THE AREA.
REMEMBER...TURN AROUND DON/T DROWN!

FOR MORE INFORMATION AND FLOOD SAFETY TIPS...VISIT:

WWW.FLOODSAFETY.NOAA.GOV

JOIN US TOMORROW FOR INFORMATION ON AWARENESS.

$$

BROOKS





000
NOUS43 KLBF 190902
PNSLBF

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORTH PLATTE NE
402 AM CDT THU MAR 19 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN NORTH PLATTE NEBRASKA HAS DECLARED
MARCH 16 THROUGH MARCH 20 AS FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK. EACH DAY
OF THE WEEK WILL FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A DIFFERENT FLOOD RELATED
TOPIC.

TODAY/S TOPIC: FLASH FLOODING

FLASH FLOODS ARE EXACTLY WHAT THE NAME SUGGESTS: FLOODS THAT HAPPEN
IN A FLASH! CAUSES OF FLASH FLOODING INCLUDE HEAVY RAIN...ICE OR
DEBRIS JAMS...AND LEVEE OR DAM FAILURE. THESE FLOODS EXHIBIT A RAPID
RISE OF WATER OVER LOW-LYING AREAS. THERE ARE MANY REASONS THAT
FLASH FLOODS OCCUR...BUT ONE OF THE MOST COMMON IS THE RESULT OF
COPIOUS AMOUNTS OF RAINFALL FROM THUNDERSTORMS THAT CAUSE FLASH
FLOODING. THESE SUDDEN DOWNPOURS CAN RAPIDLY CHANGE THE WATER LEVELS
IN A STREAM OR CREEK AND TURN SMALL WATERWAYS INTO VIOLENT...RAGING
RIVERS. URBAN AREAS ARE ESPECIALLY PRONE TO FLASH FLOODS DUE TO THE
LARGE AMOUNTS OF CONCRETE AND ASPHALT SURFACES THAT DO NOT ALLOW
WATER TO PENETRATE INTO THE SOIL EASILY. IT/S IMPORTANT TO AVOID LOW
LYING AREAS AND STORM DRAINS WHEN HEAVY RAIN IS IN THE AREA.
REMEMBER...TURN AROUND DON/T DROWN!

FOR MORE INFORMATION AND FLOOD SAFETY TIPS...VISIT:

WWW.FLOODSAFETY.NOAA.GOV

JOIN US TOMORROW FOR INFORMATION ON AWARENESS.

$$

BROOKS





000
NOUS43 KLBF 190902
PNSLBF

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORTH PLATTE NE
402 AM CDT THU MAR 19 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN NORTH PLATTE NEBRASKA HAS DECLARED
MARCH 16 THROUGH MARCH 20 AS FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK. EACH DAY
OF THE WEEK WILL FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A DIFFERENT FLOOD RELATED
TOPIC.

TODAY/S TOPIC: FLASH FLOODING

FLASH FLOODS ARE EXACTLY WHAT THE NAME SUGGESTS: FLOODS THAT HAPPEN
IN A FLASH! CAUSES OF FLASH FLOODING INCLUDE HEAVY RAIN...ICE OR
DEBRIS JAMS...AND LEVEE OR DAM FAILURE. THESE FLOODS EXHIBIT A RAPID
RISE OF WATER OVER LOW-LYING AREAS. THERE ARE MANY REASONS THAT
FLASH FLOODS OCCUR...BUT ONE OF THE MOST COMMON IS THE RESULT OF
COPIOUS AMOUNTS OF RAINFALL FROM THUNDERSTORMS THAT CAUSE FLASH
FLOODING. THESE SUDDEN DOWNPOURS CAN RAPIDLY CHANGE THE WATER LEVELS
IN A STREAM OR CREEK AND TURN SMALL WATERWAYS INTO VIOLENT...RAGING
RIVERS. URBAN AREAS ARE ESPECIALLY PRONE TO FLASH FLOODS DUE TO THE
LARGE AMOUNTS OF CONCRETE AND ASPHALT SURFACES THAT DO NOT ALLOW
WATER TO PENETRATE INTO THE SOIL EASILY. IT/S IMPORTANT TO AVOID LOW
LYING AREAS AND STORM DRAINS WHEN HEAVY RAIN IS IN THE AREA.
REMEMBER...TURN AROUND DON/T DROWN!

FOR MORE INFORMATION AND FLOOD SAFETY TIPS...VISIT:

WWW.FLOODSAFETY.NOAA.GOV

JOIN US TOMORROW FOR INFORMATION ON AWARENESS.

$$

BROOKS




000
NOUS42 KJAX 190850
PNSJAX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSONVILLE FL
450 AM EDT THU MAR 19 2015

...2015 GEORGIA FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED MARCH 16 THROUGH MARCH 20
AS FLOOD SAFETY PREPAREDNESS WEEK IN GEORGIA. THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE IN JACKSONVILLE WILL FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A DIFFERENT
FLOOD TOPIC EACH DAY DURING THE WEEK.

TODAY`S TOPIC: NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WATER RESOURCES THE NWS
HOMEPAGE...HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV. PROVIDES UP TO DATE WEATHER AND
WATER ADVISORY...WATCH...AND WARNING INFORMATION FOR THE U.S. AND
ITS TERRITORIES.  HOWEVER, THE NWS PROVIDES MANY ADDITIONAL
RESOURCES TO HELP EMERGENCY MANAGERS...PUBLIC OFFICIALS...AND
PRIVATE CITIZENS MAKE WATER DECISIONS.

ADVANCED HYDROLOGIC PREDICTION SERVICE (AHPS) AHPS PROVIDES A SUITE
OF RIVER AND FLOOD FORECASTS AND WATER INFORMATION TO PROTECT LIFE
AND PROPERTY AND HELPS ENSURE THE NATION`S ECONOMIC WELL-BEING.
HTTP://WATER.WEATHER.GOV

FLOOD INUNDATION MAPPING THE ABILITY TO LOOK INTO THE FUTURE TO SEE
HOW MANY CITY BLOCKS AND ROADS MIGHT BE FLOODED IS BECOMING CLEARER
WITH FLOOD INUNDATION MAPPING.  THE NWS AND NATIONAL OCEAN SERVICE
ARE COLLABORATING WITH THE USGS...USACE...FEMA...AND OTHER PARTNERS
TO DEVELOP THESE INUNDATION MAPS FOR FLOODING.
HTTP://WATER.WEATHER.GOV/AHPS/INUNDATION.PHP

WEATHER PREDICTION CENTER (WPC) PRECIPITATION FORECASTS WPC PROVIDES
PRECIPITATION FORECASTS FOR THE ENTIRE U.S.  WPC ALSO ISSUES
EXCESSIVE RAINFALL FORECASTS. SHORT-RANGE DISCUSSIONS ON HEAVY
RAINFALL EVENTS...AND SNOWFALL AND FREEZING RAIN PROBABILITIES.
WWW.WPC.NCEP.NOAA.GOV/

NWS RIVER FORECAST CENTERS (RFCS) THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS A
NETWORK OF THIRTEEN RFCS ACROSS THE UNITED STATES. THESE RFCS
COLLECT...PROCESS...AND PROVIDE WATER RESOURCE AND RIVER FORECASTS
AND INFORMATION FOR MAJOR RIVER BASINS ACROSS THE COUNTRY.
HTTP://WATER.WEATHER.GOV/AHPS/RFC/RFC.PHP

FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEBSITE ON THIS PAGE...YOU WILL FIND
INFORMATION ON WHAT TO DO BEFORE...DURING AND AFTER A FLOOD.
WWW.FLOODSAFETY.NOAA.GOV

STAYING AWARE OF AN EVOLVING WEATHER SITUATION CAN HELP YOU PREPARE
WHEN FLOODING OR OTHER WEATHER HAZARDS IMPACT YOUR AREA. BE A FORCE
OF NATURE! WWW.NWS.NOAA.GOV/COM/WEATHERREADYNATION/

JOIN US TOMORROW ON THE FINAL DAY OF FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK TO
FIND OUT ABOUT SOME GREAT FLOOD RESOURCES OFFERED BY SEVERAL NWS
PARTNERS.

$$

JDS


000
NOUS42 KJAX 190850
PNSJAX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSONVILLE FL
450 AM EDT THU MAR 19 2015

...2015 GEORGIA FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED MARCH 16 THROUGH MARCH 20
AS FLOOD SAFETY PREPAREDNESS WEEK IN GEORGIA. THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE IN JACKSONVILLE WILL FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A DIFFERENT
FLOOD TOPIC EACH DAY DURING THE WEEK.

TODAY`S TOPIC: NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WATER RESOURCES THE NWS
HOMEPAGE...HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV. PROVIDES UP TO DATE WEATHER AND
WATER ADVISORY...WATCH...AND WARNING INFORMATION FOR THE U.S. AND
ITS TERRITORIES.  HOWEVER, THE NWS PROVIDES MANY ADDITIONAL
RESOURCES TO HELP EMERGENCY MANAGERS...PUBLIC OFFICIALS...AND
PRIVATE CITIZENS MAKE WATER DECISIONS.

ADVANCED HYDROLOGIC PREDICTION SERVICE (AHPS) AHPS PROVIDES A SUITE
OF RIVER AND FLOOD FORECASTS AND WATER INFORMATION TO PROTECT LIFE
AND PROPERTY AND HELPS ENSURE THE NATION`S ECONOMIC WELL-BEING.
HTTP://WATER.WEATHER.GOV

FLOOD INUNDATION MAPPING THE ABILITY TO LOOK INTO THE FUTURE TO SEE
HOW MANY CITY BLOCKS AND ROADS MIGHT BE FLOODED IS BECOMING CLEARER
WITH FLOOD INUNDATION MAPPING.  THE NWS AND NATIONAL OCEAN SERVICE
ARE COLLABORATING WITH THE USGS...USACE...FEMA...AND OTHER PARTNERS
TO DEVELOP THESE INUNDATION MAPS FOR FLOODING.
HTTP://WATER.WEATHER.GOV/AHPS/INUNDATION.PHP

WEATHER PREDICTION CENTER (WPC) PRECIPITATION FORECASTS WPC PROVIDES
PRECIPITATION FORECASTS FOR THE ENTIRE U.S.  WPC ALSO ISSUES
EXCESSIVE RAINFALL FORECASTS. SHORT-RANGE DISCUSSIONS ON HEAVY
RAINFALL EVENTS...AND SNOWFALL AND FREEZING RAIN PROBABILITIES.
WWW.WPC.NCEP.NOAA.GOV/

NWS RIVER FORECAST CENTERS (RFCS) THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS A
NETWORK OF THIRTEEN RFCS ACROSS THE UNITED STATES. THESE RFCS
COLLECT...PROCESS...AND PROVIDE WATER RESOURCE AND RIVER FORECASTS
AND INFORMATION FOR MAJOR RIVER BASINS ACROSS THE COUNTRY.
HTTP://WATER.WEATHER.GOV/AHPS/RFC/RFC.PHP

FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEBSITE ON THIS PAGE...YOU WILL FIND
INFORMATION ON WHAT TO DO BEFORE...DURING AND AFTER A FLOOD.
WWW.FLOODSAFETY.NOAA.GOV

STAYING AWARE OF AN EVOLVING WEATHER SITUATION CAN HELP YOU PREPARE
WHEN FLOODING OR OTHER WEATHER HAZARDS IMPACT YOUR AREA. BE A FORCE
OF NATURE! WWW.NWS.NOAA.GOV/COM/WEATHERREADYNATION/

JOIN US TOMORROW ON THE FINAL DAY OF FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK TO
FIND OUT ABOUT SOME GREAT FLOOD RESOURCES OFFERED BY SEVERAL NWS
PARTNERS.

$$

JDS



000
NOUS42 KJAX 190850
PNSJAX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSONVILLE FL
450 AM EDT THU MAR 19 2015

...2015 GEORGIA FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED MARCH 16 THROUGH MARCH 20
AS FLOOD SAFETY PREPAREDNESS WEEK IN GEORGIA. THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE IN JACKSONVILLE WILL FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A DIFFERENT
FLOOD TOPIC EACH DAY DURING THE WEEK.

TODAY`S TOPIC: NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WATER RESOURCES THE NWS
HOMEPAGE...HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV. PROVIDES UP TO DATE WEATHER AND
WATER ADVISORY...WATCH...AND WARNING INFORMATION FOR THE U.S. AND
ITS TERRITORIES.  HOWEVER, THE NWS PROVIDES MANY ADDITIONAL
RESOURCES TO HELP EMERGENCY MANAGERS...PUBLIC OFFICIALS...AND
PRIVATE CITIZENS MAKE WATER DECISIONS.

ADVANCED HYDROLOGIC PREDICTION SERVICE (AHPS) AHPS PROVIDES A SUITE
OF RIVER AND FLOOD FORECASTS AND WATER INFORMATION TO PROTECT LIFE
AND PROPERTY AND HELPS ENSURE THE NATION`S ECONOMIC WELL-BEING.
HTTP://WATER.WEATHER.GOV

FLOOD INUNDATION MAPPING THE ABILITY TO LOOK INTO THE FUTURE TO SEE
HOW MANY CITY BLOCKS AND ROADS MIGHT BE FLOODED IS BECOMING CLEARER
WITH FLOOD INUNDATION MAPPING.  THE NWS AND NATIONAL OCEAN SERVICE
ARE COLLABORATING WITH THE USGS...USACE...FEMA...AND OTHER PARTNERS
TO DEVELOP THESE INUNDATION MAPS FOR FLOODING.
HTTP://WATER.WEATHER.GOV/AHPS/INUNDATION.PHP

WEATHER PREDICTION CENTER (WPC) PRECIPITATION FORECASTS WPC PROVIDES
PRECIPITATION FORECASTS FOR THE ENTIRE U.S.  WPC ALSO ISSUES
EXCESSIVE RAINFALL FORECASTS. SHORT-RANGE DISCUSSIONS ON HEAVY
RAINFALL EVENTS...AND SNOWFALL AND FREEZING RAIN PROBABILITIES.
WWW.WPC.NCEP.NOAA.GOV/

NWS RIVER FORECAST CENTERS (RFCS) THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS A
NETWORK OF THIRTEEN RFCS ACROSS THE UNITED STATES. THESE RFCS
COLLECT...PROCESS...AND PROVIDE WATER RESOURCE AND RIVER FORECASTS
AND INFORMATION FOR MAJOR RIVER BASINS ACROSS THE COUNTRY.
HTTP://WATER.WEATHER.GOV/AHPS/RFC/RFC.PHP

FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEBSITE ON THIS PAGE...YOU WILL FIND
INFORMATION ON WHAT TO DO BEFORE...DURING AND AFTER A FLOOD.
WWW.FLOODSAFETY.NOAA.GOV

STAYING AWARE OF AN EVOLVING WEATHER SITUATION CAN HELP YOU PREPARE
WHEN FLOODING OR OTHER WEATHER HAZARDS IMPACT YOUR AREA. BE A FORCE
OF NATURE! WWW.NWS.NOAA.GOV/COM/WEATHERREADYNATION/

JOIN US TOMORROW ON THE FINAL DAY OF FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK TO
FIND OUT ABOUT SOME GREAT FLOOD RESOURCES OFFERED BY SEVERAL NWS
PARTNERS.

$$

JDS


000
NOUS42 KJAX 190850
PNSJAX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSONVILLE FL
450 AM EDT THU MAR 19 2015

...2015 GEORGIA FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED MARCH 16 THROUGH MARCH 20
AS FLOOD SAFETY PREPAREDNESS WEEK IN GEORGIA. THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE IN JACKSONVILLE WILL FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A DIFFERENT
FLOOD TOPIC EACH DAY DURING THE WEEK.

TODAY`S TOPIC: NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WATER RESOURCES THE NWS
HOMEPAGE...HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV. PROVIDES UP TO DATE WEATHER AND
WATER ADVISORY...WATCH...AND WARNING INFORMATION FOR THE U.S. AND
ITS TERRITORIES.  HOWEVER, THE NWS PROVIDES MANY ADDITIONAL
RESOURCES TO HELP EMERGENCY MANAGERS...PUBLIC OFFICIALS...AND
PRIVATE CITIZENS MAKE WATER DECISIONS.

ADVANCED HYDROLOGIC PREDICTION SERVICE (AHPS) AHPS PROVIDES A SUITE
OF RIVER AND FLOOD FORECASTS AND WATER INFORMATION TO PROTECT LIFE
AND PROPERTY AND HELPS ENSURE THE NATION`S ECONOMIC WELL-BEING.
HTTP://WATER.WEATHER.GOV

FLOOD INUNDATION MAPPING THE ABILITY TO LOOK INTO THE FUTURE TO SEE
HOW MANY CITY BLOCKS AND ROADS MIGHT BE FLOODED IS BECOMING CLEARER
WITH FLOOD INUNDATION MAPPING.  THE NWS AND NATIONAL OCEAN SERVICE
ARE COLLABORATING WITH THE USGS...USACE...FEMA...AND OTHER PARTNERS
TO DEVELOP THESE INUNDATION MAPS FOR FLOODING.
HTTP://WATER.WEATHER.GOV/AHPS/INUNDATION.PHP

WEATHER PREDICTION CENTER (WPC) PRECIPITATION FORECASTS WPC PROVIDES
PRECIPITATION FORECASTS FOR THE ENTIRE U.S.  WPC ALSO ISSUES
EXCESSIVE RAINFALL FORECASTS. SHORT-RANGE DISCUSSIONS ON HEAVY
RAINFALL EVENTS...AND SNOWFALL AND FREEZING RAIN PROBABILITIES.
WWW.WPC.NCEP.NOAA.GOV/

NWS RIVER FORECAST CENTERS (RFCS) THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS A
NETWORK OF THIRTEEN RFCS ACROSS THE UNITED STATES. THESE RFCS
COLLECT...PROCESS...AND PROVIDE WATER RESOURCE AND RIVER FORECASTS
AND INFORMATION FOR MAJOR RIVER BASINS ACROSS THE COUNTRY.
HTTP://WATER.WEATHER.GOV/AHPS/RFC/RFC.PHP

FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEBSITE ON THIS PAGE...YOU WILL FIND
INFORMATION ON WHAT TO DO BEFORE...DURING AND AFTER A FLOOD.
WWW.FLOODSAFETY.NOAA.GOV

STAYING AWARE OF AN EVOLVING WEATHER SITUATION CAN HELP YOU PREPARE
WHEN FLOODING OR OTHER WEATHER HAZARDS IMPACT YOUR AREA. BE A FORCE
OF NATURE! WWW.NWS.NOAA.GOV/COM/WEATHERREADYNATION/

JOIN US TOMORROW ON THE FINAL DAY OF FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK TO
FIND OUT ABOUT SOME GREAT FLOOD RESOURCES OFFERED BY SEVERAL NWS
PARTNERS.

$$

JDS



000
NOUS45 KTFX 190231
PNSTFX

Public Information Statement
National Weather Service Great Falls, MT
830 pm MDT Wednesday March 18 2015


The National Weather Service in Great Falls, MT is recognizing March
16 through March 20 as Flood Safety Awareness Week. Each day during
the awareness week will feature information about a different flood
related topic.


Know the Difference Between a Watch and a Warning
While Montana`s recent weather pattern has been warm and dry, we are
moving into our snowmelt runoff season, as well as our wettest
months of the year. These warm and dry conditions could quickly
change putting you at a risk for flooding. It`s vital to your safety
to know the difference between a watch and a warning.


Watch - Get Ready! A Watch is issued when a specific weather hazard
is possible. If conditions are such that flooding may occur, but is
not yet occurring, a Flood Watch will be issued. This gives you some
time to prepare. If your home is in a low lying area, use this time
to prepare for the possibility of flood waters impacting the
structure. If you know certain roads you usually take could be
covered by water, plan alternate routes for getting to home, work or
school. The Watch also gives you a chance to test your
communications plan and alert family and friends to the threat of
dangerous weather.


Warning - Take Action! A Warning is issued when a specific weather
hazard is currently occurring or will be occurring very soon. If a
Flood or Flash Flood Warning is issued and you are near a creek,
stream or river, move to high ground immediately. Follow evacuation
orders if they are issued. If you encounter a roadway that is
covered in water, do NOT enter the water - it is never safe to drive
or walk through flood waters. Turn Around, Don`t Drown!

$$



000
NOUS45 KTFX 190231
PNSTFX

Public Information Statement
National Weather Service Great Falls, MT
830 pm MDT Wednesday March 18 2015


The National Weather Service in Great Falls, MT is recognizing March
16 through March 20 as Flood Safety Awareness Week. Each day during
the awareness week will feature information about a different flood
related topic.


Know the Difference Between a Watch and a Warning
While Montana`s recent weather pattern has been warm and dry, we are
moving into our snowmelt runoff season, as well as our wettest
months of the year. These warm and dry conditions could quickly
change putting you at a risk for flooding. It`s vital to your safety
to know the difference between a watch and a warning.


Watch - Get Ready! A Watch is issued when a specific weather hazard
is possible. If conditions are such that flooding may occur, but is
not yet occurring, a Flood Watch will be issued. This gives you some
time to prepare. If your home is in a low lying area, use this time
to prepare for the possibility of flood waters impacting the
structure. If you know certain roads you usually take could be
covered by water, plan alternate routes for getting to home, work or
school. The Watch also gives you a chance to test your
communications plan and alert family and friends to the threat of
dangerous weather.


Warning - Take Action! A Warning is issued when a specific weather
hazard is currently occurring or will be occurring very soon. If a
Flood or Flash Flood Warning is issued and you are near a creek,
stream or river, move to high ground immediately. Follow evacuation
orders if they are issued. If you encounter a roadway that is
covered in water, do NOT enter the water - it is never safe to drive
or walk through flood waters. Turn Around, Don`t Drown!

$$




000
NOUS45 KPUB 182257
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-182357

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
457 PM MDT WED MAR 18 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 64
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 31
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 63
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 32
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... T

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 62
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 33
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0


$$



000
NOUS45 KPUB 182257
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-182357

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
457 PM MDT WED MAR 18 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 64
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 31
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 63
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 32
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... T

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 62
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 33
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0


$$



000
NOUS45 KPUB 182257
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-182357

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
457 PM MDT WED MAR 18 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 64
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 31
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 63
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 32
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... T

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 62
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 33
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0


$$


000
NOUS46 KSEW 182236 CCA
PNSSEW

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...CORRECTED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
335 PM PST WED MAR 18 2015

...SR-530 SLIDE - ONE YEAR LATER...

AS MARCH 22ND APPROACHES...WE REMEMBER AND HONOR THE 43 THAT LOST
THEIR LIVES IN THE TRAGIC SR-530 SLIDE NEAR OSO A YEAR AGO. WE ALSO
REMEMBER ALL THOSE WHO RESPONDED TO HELP RESCUE THE SURVIVORS AND
WHO SEARCHED FOR THE MISSING IN THE WEEKS FOLLOWING THE SLIDE.

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE (NWS) PROVIDED ASSISTANCE TO THOSE
RESPONDING TO THE SLIDE IN SEVERAL WAYS.

FIRST ON THAT TRAGIC SATURDAY...NWS SEATTLE PROVIDED WEATHER
FORECAST INFORMATION FOR THOSE IN THE AIR CONDUCTING RESCUES AND TO
RESPONDERS ON THE GROUND AND IN THE WATER. NWS SEATTLE ISSUED A
FLOOD WARNING FOR THE UPSTREAM POOLING BEHIND THE SLIDE BLOCKING THE
NORTH FORK STILLAGUAMISH RIVER. THE NORTHWEST RIVER FORECAST CENTER
(NWRFC) IN PORTLAND ESTABLISHED A DAM FAILURE SCENARIO THAT SHOWED
THAT ANY BREAK IN THE SLIDE MATERIAL WOULD NOT RESULT IN SIGNIFICANT
DOWNSTREAM FLOODING. NWS SEATTLE SHARED THAT INFORMATION WITH
EMERGENCY OFFICIALS. THE EMERGENCY ALERT SYSTEM (EAS) WAS ACTIVATED
SEVERAL TIMES DURING THE EARLY HOURS FOLLOWING THE SLIDE FOR THE
FLOODING UPSTREAM OF THE DEBRIS AND THE SMALL THREAT OF FLASH
FLOODING IMMEDIATELY DOWNSTREAM.

IN THE DAYS AFTER THE SLIDE...THE NWRFC RAPIDLY DEVELOPED AND
DEPLOYED NEW HYDROLOGIC AND RESERVOIR MODELING CAPABILITIES TO
MONITOR...EVALUATE AND FORECAST RIVER ELEVATIONS IN THE NEWLY FORMED
DEBRIS POOL. THE RIVER MODELS UTILIZED OBSERVATIONS FROM NEW USGS
RAPID DEPLOYMENT STREAM AND POOL GAGES. ALL OF THESE NEW DATA WERE
MADE AVAILABLE ON THE CURRENT LOCAL NWS RIVERS AND LAKES WEB PAGE...
PROVIDING GUIDANCE TO SNOHOMISH COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AND
OTHER SUPPORTING EMERGENCY OFFICIALS. THIS NEW DECISION SUPPORT
SERVICE WAS TOUTED BY RESPONSE OFFICIALS AS CRITICAL IN THEIR
OPERATIONAL DECISION MAKING AND PLANNING PROCESS.

IN ADDITION...BOTH NWS OFFICES ESTABLISHED NEW BRIEFING ROUTINES...
PRODUCTS AND SERVICES TO PROVIDE DECISION MAKERS WITH THE LATEST
WEATHER AND RIVER FORECAST INFORMATION INCLUDING DEPLOYING AN
INCIDENT METEOROLOGIST TO THE ARLINGTON EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER.
THESE EFFORTS WERE FOCUSED ON KEEPING RESPONDERS SAFE IN THE
DANGEROUS AND EVOLVING SLIDE AREA ENVIRONMENT. AS AN EXAMPLE...THERE
WERE TWO EPISODES WHEN THUNDERSTORMS MOVED THROUGH THE SEARCH
REGION. FORECASTERS ALERTED OFFICIALS OF THE INCOMING THUNDERSTORMS
ALLOWING RESPONDERS TO SEEK SHELTER IN TIME TO AVOID BEING STRUCK BY
LIGHTNING.

NWS SEATTLE AND THE NWRFC CONTINUED TO PROVIDE THESE CRITICAL
DECISION SUPPORT SERVICES THROUGH THE SEARCH EFFORT. THE RIVER
MODELING ON THE NORTH FORK STILLAGUAMISH CONTINUES TO THIS DAY. IN
THE END...ALL THOSE WHO LOST THEIR LIVES WERE FOUND AND THERE WERE
NO INJURIES TO THOSE INVOLVED IN THE SEARCH.

BUEHNER/BOWER/NEHER/CUSHMEER










000
NOUS46 KSEW 182236 CCA
PNSSEW

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...CORRECTED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
335 PM PST WED MAR 18 2015

...SR-530 SLIDE - ONE YEAR LATER...

AS MARCH 22ND APPROACHES...WE REMEMBER AND HONOR THE 43 THAT LOST
THEIR LIVES IN THE TRAGIC SR-530 SLIDE NEAR OSO A YEAR AGO. WE ALSO
REMEMBER ALL THOSE WHO RESPONDED TO HELP RESCUE THE SURVIVORS AND
WHO SEARCHED FOR THE MISSING IN THE WEEKS FOLLOWING THE SLIDE.

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE (NWS) PROVIDED ASSISTANCE TO THOSE
RESPONDING TO THE SLIDE IN SEVERAL WAYS.

FIRST ON THAT TRAGIC SATURDAY...NWS SEATTLE PROVIDED WEATHER
FORECAST INFORMATION FOR THOSE IN THE AIR CONDUCTING RESCUES AND TO
RESPONDERS ON THE GROUND AND IN THE WATER. NWS SEATTLE ISSUED A
FLOOD WARNING FOR THE UPSTREAM POOLING BEHIND THE SLIDE BLOCKING THE
NORTH FORK STILLAGUAMISH RIVER. THE NORTHWEST RIVER FORECAST CENTER
(NWRFC) IN PORTLAND ESTABLISHED A DAM FAILURE SCENARIO THAT SHOWED
THAT ANY BREAK IN THE SLIDE MATERIAL WOULD NOT RESULT IN SIGNIFICANT
DOWNSTREAM FLOODING. NWS SEATTLE SHARED THAT INFORMATION WITH
EMERGENCY OFFICIALS. THE EMERGENCY ALERT SYSTEM (EAS) WAS ACTIVATED
SEVERAL TIMES DURING THE EARLY HOURS FOLLOWING THE SLIDE FOR THE
FLOODING UPSTREAM OF THE DEBRIS AND THE SMALL THREAT OF FLASH
FLOODING IMMEDIATELY DOWNSTREAM.

IN THE DAYS AFTER THE SLIDE...THE NWRFC RAPIDLY DEVELOPED AND
DEPLOYED NEW HYDROLOGIC AND RESERVOIR MODELING CAPABILITIES TO
MONITOR...EVALUATE AND FORECAST RIVER ELEVATIONS IN THE NEWLY FORMED
DEBRIS POOL. THE RIVER MODELS UTILIZED OBSERVATIONS FROM NEW USGS
RAPID DEPLOYMENT STREAM AND POOL GAGES. ALL OF THESE NEW DATA WERE
MADE AVAILABLE ON THE CURRENT LOCAL NWS RIVERS AND LAKES WEB PAGE...
PROVIDING GUIDANCE TO SNOHOMISH COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AND
OTHER SUPPORTING EMERGENCY OFFICIALS. THIS NEW DECISION SUPPORT
SERVICE WAS TOUTED BY RESPONSE OFFICIALS AS CRITICAL IN THEIR
OPERATIONAL DECISION MAKING AND PLANNING PROCESS.

IN ADDITION...BOTH NWS OFFICES ESTABLISHED NEW BRIEFING ROUTINES...
PRODUCTS AND SERVICES TO PROVIDE DECISION MAKERS WITH THE LATEST
WEATHER AND RIVER FORECAST INFORMATION INCLUDING DEPLOYING AN
INCIDENT METEOROLOGIST TO THE ARLINGTON EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER.
THESE EFFORTS WERE FOCUSED ON KEEPING RESPONDERS SAFE IN THE
DANGEROUS AND EVOLVING SLIDE AREA ENVIRONMENT. AS AN EXAMPLE...THERE
WERE TWO EPISODES WHEN THUNDERSTORMS MOVED THROUGH THE SEARCH
REGION. FORECASTERS ALERTED OFFICIALS OF THE INCOMING THUNDERSTORMS
ALLOWING RESPONDERS TO SEEK SHELTER IN TIME TO AVOID BEING STRUCK BY
LIGHTNING.

NWS SEATTLE AND THE NWRFC CONTINUED TO PROVIDE THESE CRITICAL
DECISION SUPPORT SERVICES THROUGH THE SEARCH EFFORT. THE RIVER
MODELING ON THE NORTH FORK STILLAGUAMISH CONTINUES TO THIS DAY. IN
THE END...ALL THOSE WHO LOST THEIR LIVES WERE FOUND AND THERE WERE
NO INJURIES TO THOSE INVOLVED IN THE SEARCH.

BUEHNER/BOWER/NEHER/CUSHMEER









000
NOUS46 KSEW 182226
PNSSEW

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
330 PM PST WED MAR 18 2015

...SR-530 SLIDE - ONE YEAR LATER...

AS MARCH 22ND APPROACHES...WE REMEMBER AND HONOR THE 43 THAT LIST
THEIR LIVES IN THE TRAGIC SR-530 SLIDE NEAR OSO A YEAR AGO. WE ALSO
REMEMBER ALL THOSE WHO RESPONDED TO HELP RESCUE THE SURVIVORS AND
WHO SEARCHED FOR THE MISSING IN THE WEEKS FOLLOWING THE SLIDE.

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE (NWS) PROVIDED ASSISTANCE TO THOSE
RESPONDING TO THE SLIDE IN SEVERAL WAYS.

FIRST ON THAT TRAGIC SATURDAY...NWS SEATTLE PROVIDED WEATHER
FORECAST INFORMATION FOR THOSE IN THE AIR CONDUCTING RESCUES AND TO
RESPONDERS ON THE GROUND AND IN THE WATER. NWS SEATTLE ISSUED A
FLOOD WARNING FOR THE UPSTREAM POOLING BEHIND THE SLIDE BLOCKING THE
NORTH FORK STILLAGUAMISH RIVER. THE NORTHWEST RIVER FORECAST CENTER
(NWRFC) IN PORTLAND ESTABLISHED A DAM FAILURE SCENARIO THAT SHOWED
THAT ANY BREAK IN THE SLIDE MATERIAL WOULD NOT RESULT IN SIGNIFICANT
DOWNSTREAM FLOODING. NWS SEATTLE SHARED THAT INFORMATION WITH
EMERGENCY OFFICIALS. THE EMERGENCY ALERT SYSTEM (EAS) WAS ACTIVATED
SEVERAL TIMES DURING THE EARLY HOURS FOLLOWING THE SLIDE FOR THE
FLOODING UPSTREAM OF THE DEBRIS AND THE SMALL THREAT OF FLASH
FLOODING IMMEDIATELY DOWNSTREAM.

IN THE DAYS AFTER THE SLIDE...THE NWRFC RAPIDLY DEVELOPED AND
DEPLOYED NEW HYDROLOGIC AND RESERVOIR MODELING CAPABILITIES TO
MONITOR...EVALUATE AND FORECAST RIVER ELEVATIONS IN THE NEWLY FORMED
DEBRIS POOL. THE RIVER MODELS UTILIZED OBSERVATIONS FROM NEW USGS
RAPID DEPLOYMENT STREAM AND POOL GAGES. ALL OF THIS NEW DATA WAS
MADE AVAILABLE ON THE CURRENT LOCAL NWS RIVERS AND LAKES WEB PAGE...
PROVIDING GUIDANCE TO SNOHOMISH COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AND
OTHER SUPPORTING EMERGENCY OFFICIALS. THIS NEW DECISION SUPPORT
SERVICE WAS TOUTED BY RESPONSE OFFICIALS AS CRITICAL IN THEIR
OPERATIONAL DECISION MAKING AND PLANNING PROCESS.

IN ADDITION...BOTH NWS OFFICES ESTABLISHED NEW BRIEFING ROUTINES...
PRODUCTS AND SERVICES TO PROVIDE DECISION MAKERS WITH THE LATEST
WEATHER AND RIVER FORECAST INFORMATION INCLUDING DEPLOYING AN
INCIDENT METEOROLOGIST TO THE ARLINGTON EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER.
THESE EFFORTS WERE FOCUSED ON KEEPING RESPONDERS SAFE IN THE
DANGEROUS AND EVOLVING SLIDE AREA ENVIRONMENT. AS AN EXAMPLE...THERE
WERE TWO EPISODES WHEN THUNDERSTORMS MOVED THROUGH THE SEARCH
REGION. FORECASTERS ALERTED OFFICIALS OF THE INCOMING THUNDERSTORMS
ALLOWING RESPONDERS TO SEEK SHELTER IN TIME TO AVOID BEING STRUCK BY
LIGHTNING.

NWS SEATTLE AND THE NWRFC CONTINUED TO PROVIDE THESE CRITICAL
DECISION SUPPORT SERVICES THROUGH THE SEARCH EFFORT. THE RIVER
MODELING ON THE NORTH FORK STILLAGUAMISH CONTINUES TO THIS DAY. IN
THE END...ALL THOSE WHO LOST THEIR LIVES WERE FOUND AND THERE WERE
NO INJURIES TO THOSE INVOLVED IN THE SEARCH.

BUEHNER/BOWER/NEHER/CUSHMEER