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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PITTSBURGH PA
722 AM EDT SUN MAY 24 2015


...LOW TEMPERATURE REPORTS PAST 24 HOURS ...

LOCATION                     TEMP      TIME/DATE       PROVIDER
COOKSBURG                    27 F      0700 AM 05/24   COOP
FALLS CREEK                  27 F      0702 AM 05/23   CWOP
PUNXSUTAWNEY                 29 F      0645 AM 05/23   CWOP
3 NE PORTERSVILLE            29 F      0628 AM 05/23   RAWS
CLARION                      30 F      0632 AM 05/23   CWOP
2 SE SLIPPERY ROCK           30 F      0656 AM 05/23   CWOP
ELLWOOD CITY                 31 F      0657 AM 05/23   CWOP
3 WNW LUCERNE MINES          31 F      0706 AM 05/23   CWOP
3 ESE VALENCIA               31 F      0701 AM 05/23   CWOP
WEST HILLS                   31 F      0648 AM 05/23   CWOP
2 ENE STRATTON               31 F      0616 AM 05/23   RAWS
7 NE CLYMER                  32 F      0647 AM 05/23   CWOP
HARMONY                      32 F      0651 AM 05/23   CWOP
2 SW BURNSIDE                32 F      0715 AM 05/23   CWOP
FOXBURG                      32 F      0720 AM 05/23   AWS
2 SSW WELLSVILLE             32 F      1112 PM 05/23   OHDOT
6 SW LYNCH                   33 F      0707 AM 05/23   RAWS
NEW BETHLEHEM                33 F      0735 AM 05/23   AWS
2 W WEIRTON                  33 F      0659 AM 05/23   CWOP
2 NNE WAYNESBURG             33 F      0654 AM 05/23   CWOP
2 WSW NORTH IRWIN            33 F      0640 AM 05/23   CWOP
1 ENE TURTLE CREEK           33 F      0642 AM 05/23   CWOP
NORTH IRWIN                  33 F      0655 AM 05/23   CWOP
2 SE FRANKLIN PARK           33 F      0618 AM 05/23   CWOP
WILKINS TOWNSHIP             33 F      0642 AM 05/23   CWOP
1 E LATROBE                  34 F      0659 AM 05/23   CWOP
2 SSE CLEARVIEW              34 F      0715 AM 05/23   CWOP
GREENSBURG                   34 F      0652 AM 05/23   CWOP
MCMURRAY                     34 F      0704 AM 05/23   CWOP
3 SW RUSSELLTON              34 F      0638 AM 05/23   CWOP
3 WNW JACKSON CENTER         34 F      0708 AM 05/23   CWOP
DONEGAL PA TURNPIKE          34 F      0615 AM 05/23   USARMY-COE
1 SW BRIDGEVILLE             34 F      0710 AM 05/23   CWOP
1 WSW DERRY                  34 F      0702 AM 05/23   CWOP
ARNOLD PALMER REGIONAL AIRPO 34 F      0655 AM 05/23   AWOS
5 WNW SPRAGGS                34 F      0715 AM 05/23   AWS
FOX RUN                      35 F      0651 AM 05/23   CWOP
1 SSE BETHEL PARK            35 F      0705 AM 05/23   CWOP
3 SW CLARION                 35 F      0804 AM 05/23   CWOP
FOX RUN                      35 F      0709 AM 05/23   CWOP
IRWIN                        35 F      0648 AM 05/23   CWOP
ELLWOOD CITY                 35 F      0710 AM 05/23   AWS
FRIENDSVILLE                 35 F      0735 AM 05/23   AWS
3 WNW MADISON                35 F      0719 AM 05/23   AWS
CLINTONVILLE                 35 F      0720 AM 05/23   AWS
1 SSE SARVER                 35 F      0720 AM 05/23   AWS
SALINA                       35 F      0700 AM 05/24   COOP
TERRA ALTA                   35 F      0700 AM 05/24   COOP
3 SE BELOIT                  36 F      0646 AM 05/23   CWOP
1 SSE CALCUTTA               36 F      0713 AM 05/23   CWOP
BUTLER                       36 F      0715 AM 05/23   AWOS
BEAVER FALLS                 36 F      0714 AM 05/23   AWS
1 NE NEW KENSINGTON          36 F      0647 AM 05/23   CWOP
LISBON                       36 F      0709 AM 05/23   AWS
3 SSE BRUCETON MILLS         36 F      0725 AM 05/23   CWOP
2 ENE HAMPTON TOWNSHIP       36 F      0708 AM 05/23   CWOP
EAST PALESTINE               36 F      0709 AM 05/23   AWS
1 S DONEGAL                  36 F      0719 AM 05/23   AWS
CHESS-LAMBERTON AIRPORT      36 F      0715 AM 05/23   AWOS
GREENVILLE                   36 F      0710 AM 05/23   AWS
JIMMY STEWART FIELD INDIANA  36 F      0715 AM 05/23   AWOS
MERCER                       36 F      0725 AM 05/23   AWS
1 NNE NEW CASTLE             36 F      0709 AM 05/23   AWS
HASSON HEIGHTS               36 F      0725 AM 05/23   AWS
PUNXSUTAWNEY                 36 F      0719 AM 05/23   AWS
SAGAMORE                     36 F      0700 AM 05/23   COOP
SENECA                       36 F      0725 AM 05/23   AWS
3 NNW WARNOCKS               36 F      0700 AM 05/24   USARMY-COE
NEW CASTLE AIRPORT           36 F      0656 AM 05/23   AWOS
WASHINGTON ARPT              37 F      0715 AM 05/23   AWOS
2 WSW MOUNT PLEASANT         37 F      0719 AM 05/23   AWS
1 WNW WINTERSVILLE           37 F      0703 AM 05/23   CWOP
4 SSW PHILO                  37 F      0647 AM 05/23   CWOP
1 SSW SCOTT TOWNSHIP         37 F      0658 AM 05/23   CWOP
1 SW DONORA                  37 F      0713 AM 05/23   CWOP
4 NE HANOVERTON              37 F      0653 AM 05/23   CWOP
JERUSALEM                    37 F      0630 AM 05/23   CWOP
CLARION                      37 F      0729 AM 05/23   AWS
WV ELKINS 21 ENE             37 F      0610 AM 05/24   GOES
1 SE COLUMBIANA              37 F      0653 AM 05/23   CWOP
2 W NEW PHILADELPHIA         37 F      0715 AM 05/23   CWOP
3 ESE GREEN HILLS            37 F      0718 AM 05/23   CWOP
1 NW CLARK                   37 F      0811 AM 05/23   CWOP
BEN AVON                     37 F      0700 AM 05/23   USARMY-COE
1 SSW MASONTOWN              37 F      0700 AM 05/23   USARMY-COE
2 ENE TUNNELTON              37 F      0617 AM 05/23   RAWS
1 ESE LISBON                 37 F      0724 AM 05/23   AWS
1 WNW MCCHESNEYTOWN-LOYA     37 F      0719 AM 05/23   AWS
MANNINGTON                   37 F      0515 AM 05/24   COOP
2 ENE NEW CASTLE             37 F      0714 AM 05/23   AWS
2 WNW COLUMBIANA             37 F      0710 AM 05/23   OHDOT
1 W HOPEDALE                 37 F      0712 AM 05/23   OHDOT
POINT MARION DAM             37 F      0600 AM 05/24   COOP
3 ESE STRATTANVILLE          37 F      0735 AM 05/23   AWS
2 W VANDERGRIFT              37 F      0725 AM 05/23   AWS
CW BILL YOUNG DAM            38 F      0700 AM 05/23   COOP
CONNELLSVILLE                38 F      0600 AM 05/24   COOP
PENNSBURY VILLAGE            38 F      0710 AM 05/23   AWS
1 SW ISABELLA                38 F      0727 AM 05/23   CWOP
3 ESE FAIRMONT               38 F      0653 AM 05/23   CWOP
DENNISON                     38 F      0710 AM 05/23   AWS
DU BOIS AIRPORT              38 F      0653 AM 05/23   ASOS
5 ESE MC HENRY               38 F      0712 AM 05/23   CWOP
ELIZABETH                    38 F      0700 AM 05/23   GOES
1 S FAIRCHANCE               38 F      0719 AM 05/23   AWS
1 ENE MANOR                  38 F      0725 AM 05/23   AWS
WEST KITTANNING              38 F      0730 AM 05/23   AWS
1 WSW YOUNGSTOWN             38 F      0725 AM 05/23   AWS
1 ENE BRACKENRIDGE           38 F      0700 AM 05/24   USARMY-COE
2 W LISBON                   38 F      0710 AM 05/23   OHDOT
1 WSW PLUM                   38 F      0725 AM 05/23   AWS
ROWLESBURG                   38 F      0700 AM 05/24   COOP
FREEPORT DAM                 38 F      0700 AM 05/24   COOP
1 WNW SEWICKLEY              38 F      0710 AM 05/23   AWS
1 SSW WASHINGTON             38 F      0710 AM 05/23   AWS
1 WNW SOUTH HEIGHTS          39 F      0709 AM 05/23   AWS
1 W NORTH ZANESVILLE         39 F      0618 AM 05/23   CWOP
DAVIS.                       39 F      0700 AM 05/24   COOP
1 SW HEIDELBERG              39 F      0715 AM 05/23   AWS
2 N CAMBRIDGE                39 F      0714 AM 05/23   AWS
CONNOQUENESSING              39 F      0608 AM 05/24   CWOP
2 SE STURGEON-NOBLESTOW      39 F      0753 AM 05/23   CWOP
3 E ELLPORT                  39 F      0710 AM 05/23   CWOP
1 N GREENSBURG               39 F      0719 AM 05/23   AWS
NEW MARTINSVILLE             39 F      0600 AM 05/24   USARMY-COE
MCGOVERN                     39 F      0719 AM 05/23   AWS
2 WNW KINGWOOD               39 F      0725 AM 05/23   AWS
1 WNW MIDVALE                39 F      0709 AM 05/23   AWS
BOLIVAR                      39 F      0712 AM 05/23   OHDOT
1 NNW DENNISON               39 F      0712 AM 05/23   OHDOT
PITTSBURGH INTERNATIONAL AIR 39 F      0651 AM 05/23   ASOS
6 NE DEER PARK               39 F      0740 AM 05/23   AWS
1 ENE CONNELLSVILLE          40 F      0720 AM 05/23   AWS
4 E CHEAT LAKE               40 F      0612 AM 05/23   RAWS
COSHOCTON                    40 F      0709 AM 05/23   AWS
3 ESE BRUSH VLY              40 F      0703 AM 05/23   CWOP
4 SE CANAAN HGTS             40 F      0713 AM 05/23   CWOP
1 WSW BETHEL PARK            40 F      0653 AM 05/23   CWOP
EAST LIVERPOOL               40 F      0729 AM 05/23   AWS
ROBINSON TOWNSHIP            40 F      0710 AM 05/23   AWS
MORGANTOWN MUNICIPAL-WALTER  40 F      0653 AM 05/23   ASOS
2 NE VALENCIA                40 F      0719 AM 05/23   AWS
STRATTON                     40 F      0700 AM 05/23   USARMY-COE
ARNOLD                       40 F      0725 AM 05/23   AWS
1 ENE PLEASANT CITY          40 F      0721 AM 05/23   OHDOT
ZANESVILLE MUNICIPAL ARPT    40 F      0653 AM 05/23   ASOS
2 W HAMPTON TOWNSHIP         41 F      0730 AM 05/23   AWS
BRADDOCK LOCK AND DAM        41 F      0700 AM 05/23   COOP
ZANESVILLE                   41 F      0703 AM 05/23   CWOP
2 NE SAXONBURG               41 F      0719 AM 05/23   AWS
DASHIELDS DAM                41 F      0700 AM 05/23   GOES
CANAAN HGTS WV               41 F      0650 AM 05/23   CWOP
DASHIELDS DAM                41 F      0600 AM 05/24   COOP
HANNIBAL L/D                 41 F      0700 AM 05/23   UCOOP
1 SE THOMPSONVILLE           41 F      0715 AM 05/23   AWS
MUNICIPALITY OF MONROEVILLE  41 F      0720 AM 05/23   AWS
2 NE MOUNT PLEASANT          41 F      0720 AM 05/23   AWS
2 SW MONACA                  41 F      0715 AM 05/23   AWS
1 SSE WESTOVER               41 F      0600 AM 05/23   USARMY-COE
1 SW NORTH IRWIN             41 F      0724 AM 05/23   AWS
1 W WINTERSVILLE             41 F      0710 AM 05/23   OHDOT
1 E SUGARCREEK               41 F      0710 AM 05/23   OHDOT
NEW PHILADELPHIA AIRPORT     41 F      0653 AM 05/23   ASOS
6 SSW LAUREL MOUNTAIN        41 F      0708 AM 05/23   RAWS
1 WSW SAXONBURG              41 F      0724 AM 05/23   AWS
PIKE ISLAND DAM              41 F      0700 AM 05/23   GOES
EDGEWOOD                     42 F      0724 AM 05/23   AWS
ALLEGHENY COUNTY AIRPORT     42 F      0653 AM 05/23   ASOS
2 SE FAIRMONT                42 F      0637 AM 05/23   CWOP
1 WNW NEW SALEM-BUFFINGTON   42 F      0719 AM 05/23   AWS
CHARLEROI                    42 F      0700 AM 05/23   COOP
DENNISON                     42 F      0700 AM 05/24   COOP
JEFFERSON                    42 F      0720 AM 05/23   AWS
FAIRVIEW                     42 F      0710 AM 05/23   OHDOT
1 SW SHALER TOWNSHIP         42 F      0720 AM 05/23   AWS
2 WNW PITTSBURGH             42 F      0710 AM 05/23   AWS
1 SSE UPPER SAINT CLAIR      42 F      0710 AM 05/23   AWS
1 SW WHITEHALL               42 F      0710 AM 05/23   AWS
1 ESE DORMONT                42 F      0710 AM 05/23   AWS

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

$$

NWS PITTSBURGH PA


000
NOUS41 KPBZ 241123
PNSPBZ
MDZ001-OHZ039>041-048>050-057>059-068-069-PAZ007>009-013>016-020>023-029-
031-073>076-WVZ001>004-012-021>023-041-242322-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PITTSBURGH PA
722 AM EDT SUN MAY 24 2015


...LOW TEMPERATURE REPORTS PAST 24 HOURS ...

LOCATION                     TEMP      TIME/DATE       PROVIDER
COOKSBURG                    27 F      0700 AM 05/24   COOP
FALLS CREEK                  27 F      0702 AM 05/23   CWOP
PUNXSUTAWNEY                 29 F      0645 AM 05/23   CWOP
3 NE PORTERSVILLE            29 F      0628 AM 05/23   RAWS
CLARION                      30 F      0632 AM 05/23   CWOP
2 SE SLIPPERY ROCK           30 F      0656 AM 05/23   CWOP
ELLWOOD CITY                 31 F      0657 AM 05/23   CWOP
3 WNW LUCERNE MINES          31 F      0706 AM 05/23   CWOP
3 ESE VALENCIA               31 F      0701 AM 05/23   CWOP
WEST HILLS                   31 F      0648 AM 05/23   CWOP
2 ENE STRATTON               31 F      0616 AM 05/23   RAWS
7 NE CLYMER                  32 F      0647 AM 05/23   CWOP
HARMONY                      32 F      0651 AM 05/23   CWOP
2 SW BURNSIDE                32 F      0715 AM 05/23   CWOP
FOXBURG                      32 F      0720 AM 05/23   AWS
2 SSW WELLSVILLE             32 F      1112 PM 05/23   OHDOT
6 SW LYNCH                   33 F      0707 AM 05/23   RAWS
NEW BETHLEHEM                33 F      0735 AM 05/23   AWS
2 W WEIRTON                  33 F      0659 AM 05/23   CWOP
2 NNE WAYNESBURG             33 F      0654 AM 05/23   CWOP
2 WSW NORTH IRWIN            33 F      0640 AM 05/23   CWOP
1 ENE TURTLE CREEK           33 F      0642 AM 05/23   CWOP
NORTH IRWIN                  33 F      0655 AM 05/23   CWOP
2 SE FRANKLIN PARK           33 F      0618 AM 05/23   CWOP
WILKINS TOWNSHIP             33 F      0642 AM 05/23   CWOP
1 E LATROBE                  34 F      0659 AM 05/23   CWOP
2 SSE CLEARVIEW              34 F      0715 AM 05/23   CWOP
GREENSBURG                   34 F      0652 AM 05/23   CWOP
MCMURRAY                     34 F      0704 AM 05/23   CWOP
3 SW RUSSELLTON              34 F      0638 AM 05/23   CWOP
3 WNW JACKSON CENTER         34 F      0708 AM 05/23   CWOP
DONEGAL PA TURNPIKE          34 F      0615 AM 05/23   USARMY-COE
1 SW BRIDGEVILLE             34 F      0710 AM 05/23   CWOP
1 WSW DERRY                  34 F      0702 AM 05/23   CWOP
ARNOLD PALMER REGIONAL AIRPO 34 F      0655 AM 05/23   AWOS
5 WNW SPRAGGS                34 F      0715 AM 05/23   AWS
FOX RUN                      35 F      0651 AM 05/23   CWOP
1 SSE BETHEL PARK            35 F      0705 AM 05/23   CWOP
3 SW CLARION                 35 F      0804 AM 05/23   CWOP
FOX RUN                      35 F      0709 AM 05/23   CWOP
IRWIN                        35 F      0648 AM 05/23   CWOP
ELLWOOD CITY                 35 F      0710 AM 05/23   AWS
FRIENDSVILLE                 35 F      0735 AM 05/23   AWS
3 WNW MADISON                35 F      0719 AM 05/23   AWS
CLINTONVILLE                 35 F      0720 AM 05/23   AWS
1 SSE SARVER                 35 F      0720 AM 05/23   AWS
SALINA                       35 F      0700 AM 05/24   COOP
TERRA ALTA                   35 F      0700 AM 05/24   COOP
3 SE BELOIT                  36 F      0646 AM 05/23   CWOP
1 SSE CALCUTTA               36 F      0713 AM 05/23   CWOP
BUTLER                       36 F      0715 AM 05/23   AWOS
BEAVER FALLS                 36 F      0714 AM 05/23   AWS
1 NE NEW KENSINGTON          36 F      0647 AM 05/23   CWOP
LISBON                       36 F      0709 AM 05/23   AWS
3 SSE BRUCETON MILLS         36 F      0725 AM 05/23   CWOP
2 ENE HAMPTON TOWNSHIP       36 F      0708 AM 05/23   CWOP
EAST PALESTINE               36 F      0709 AM 05/23   AWS
1 S DONEGAL                  36 F      0719 AM 05/23   AWS
CHESS-LAMBERTON AIRPORT      36 F      0715 AM 05/23   AWOS
GREENVILLE                   36 F      0710 AM 05/23   AWS
JIMMY STEWART FIELD INDIANA  36 F      0715 AM 05/23   AWOS
MERCER                       36 F      0725 AM 05/23   AWS
1 NNE NEW CASTLE             36 F      0709 AM 05/23   AWS
HASSON HEIGHTS               36 F      0725 AM 05/23   AWS
PUNXSUTAWNEY                 36 F      0719 AM 05/23   AWS
SAGAMORE                     36 F      0700 AM 05/23   COOP
SENECA                       36 F      0725 AM 05/23   AWS
3 NNW WARNOCKS               36 F      0700 AM 05/24   USARMY-COE
NEW CASTLE AIRPORT           36 F      0656 AM 05/23   AWOS
WASHINGTON ARPT              37 F      0715 AM 05/23   AWOS
2 WSW MOUNT PLEASANT         37 F      0719 AM 05/23   AWS
1 WNW WINTERSVILLE           37 F      0703 AM 05/23   CWOP
4 SSW PHILO                  37 F      0647 AM 05/23   CWOP
1 SSW SCOTT TOWNSHIP         37 F      0658 AM 05/23   CWOP
1 SW DONORA                  37 F      0713 AM 05/23   CWOP
4 NE HANOVERTON              37 F      0653 AM 05/23   CWOP
JERUSALEM                    37 F      0630 AM 05/23   CWOP
CLARION                      37 F      0729 AM 05/23   AWS
WV ELKINS 21 ENE             37 F      0610 AM 05/24   GOES
1 SE COLUMBIANA              37 F      0653 AM 05/23   CWOP
2 W NEW PHILADELPHIA         37 F      0715 AM 05/23   CWOP
3 ESE GREEN HILLS            37 F      0718 AM 05/23   CWOP
1 NW CLARK                   37 F      0811 AM 05/23   CWOP
BEN AVON                     37 F      0700 AM 05/23   USARMY-COE
1 SSW MASONTOWN              37 F      0700 AM 05/23   USARMY-COE
2 ENE TUNNELTON              37 F      0617 AM 05/23   RAWS
1 ESE LISBON                 37 F      0724 AM 05/23   AWS
1 WNW MCCHESNEYTOWN-LOYA     37 F      0719 AM 05/23   AWS
MANNINGTON                   37 F      0515 AM 05/24   COOP
2 ENE NEW CASTLE             37 F      0714 AM 05/23   AWS
2 WNW COLUMBIANA             37 F      0710 AM 05/23   OHDOT
1 W HOPEDALE                 37 F      0712 AM 05/23   OHDOT
POINT MARION DAM             37 F      0600 AM 05/24   COOP
3 ESE STRATTANVILLE          37 F      0735 AM 05/23   AWS
2 W VANDERGRIFT              37 F      0725 AM 05/23   AWS
CW BILL YOUNG DAM            38 F      0700 AM 05/23   COOP
CONNELLSVILLE                38 F      0600 AM 05/24   COOP
PENNSBURY VILLAGE            38 F      0710 AM 05/23   AWS
1 SW ISABELLA                38 F      0727 AM 05/23   CWOP
3 ESE FAIRMONT               38 F      0653 AM 05/23   CWOP
DENNISON                     38 F      0710 AM 05/23   AWS
DU BOIS AIRPORT              38 F      0653 AM 05/23   ASOS
5 ESE MC HENRY               38 F      0712 AM 05/23   CWOP
ELIZABETH                    38 F      0700 AM 05/23   GOES
1 S FAIRCHANCE               38 F      0719 AM 05/23   AWS
1 ENE MANOR                  38 F      0725 AM 05/23   AWS
WEST KITTANNING              38 F      0730 AM 05/23   AWS
1 WSW YOUNGSTOWN             38 F      0725 AM 05/23   AWS
1 ENE BRACKENRIDGE           38 F      0700 AM 05/24   USARMY-COE
2 W LISBON                   38 F      0710 AM 05/23   OHDOT
1 WSW PLUM                   38 F      0725 AM 05/23   AWS
ROWLESBURG                   38 F      0700 AM 05/24   COOP
FREEPORT DAM                 38 F      0700 AM 05/24   COOP
1 WNW SEWICKLEY              38 F      0710 AM 05/23   AWS
1 SSW WASHINGTON             38 F      0710 AM 05/23   AWS
1 WNW SOUTH HEIGHTS          39 F      0709 AM 05/23   AWS
1 W NORTH ZANESVILLE         39 F      0618 AM 05/23   CWOP
DAVIS.                       39 F      0700 AM 05/24   COOP
1 SW HEIDELBERG              39 F      0715 AM 05/23   AWS
2 N CAMBRIDGE                39 F      0714 AM 05/23   AWS
CONNOQUENESSING              39 F      0608 AM 05/24   CWOP
2 SE STURGEON-NOBLESTOW      39 F      0753 AM 05/23   CWOP
3 E ELLPORT                  39 F      0710 AM 05/23   CWOP
1 N GREENSBURG               39 F      0719 AM 05/23   AWS
NEW MARTINSVILLE             39 F      0600 AM 05/24   USARMY-COE
MCGOVERN                     39 F      0719 AM 05/23   AWS
2 WNW KINGWOOD               39 F      0725 AM 05/23   AWS
1 WNW MIDVALE                39 F      0709 AM 05/23   AWS
BOLIVAR                      39 F      0712 AM 05/23   OHDOT
1 NNW DENNISON               39 F      0712 AM 05/23   OHDOT
PITTSBURGH INTERNATIONAL AIR 39 F      0651 AM 05/23   ASOS
6 NE DEER PARK               39 F      0740 AM 05/23   AWS
1 ENE CONNELLSVILLE          40 F      0720 AM 05/23   AWS
4 E CHEAT LAKE               40 F      0612 AM 05/23   RAWS
COSHOCTON                    40 F      0709 AM 05/23   AWS
3 ESE BRUSH VLY              40 F      0703 AM 05/23   CWOP
4 SE CANAAN HGTS             40 F      0713 AM 05/23   CWOP
1 WSW BETHEL PARK            40 F      0653 AM 05/23   CWOP
EAST LIVERPOOL               40 F      0729 AM 05/23   AWS
ROBINSON TOWNSHIP            40 F      0710 AM 05/23   AWS
MORGANTOWN MUNICIPAL-WALTER  40 F      0653 AM 05/23   ASOS
2 NE VALENCIA                40 F      0719 AM 05/23   AWS
STRATTON                     40 F      0700 AM 05/23   USARMY-COE
ARNOLD                       40 F      0725 AM 05/23   AWS
1 ENE PLEASANT CITY          40 F      0721 AM 05/23   OHDOT
ZANESVILLE MUNICIPAL ARPT    40 F      0653 AM 05/23   ASOS
2 W HAMPTON TOWNSHIP         41 F      0730 AM 05/23   AWS
BRADDOCK LOCK AND DAM        41 F      0700 AM 05/23   COOP
ZANESVILLE                   41 F      0703 AM 05/23   CWOP
2 NE SAXONBURG               41 F      0719 AM 05/23   AWS
DASHIELDS DAM                41 F      0700 AM 05/23   GOES
CANAAN HGTS WV               41 F      0650 AM 05/23   CWOP
DASHIELDS DAM                41 F      0600 AM 05/24   COOP
HANNIBAL L/D                 41 F      0700 AM 05/23   UCOOP
1 SE THOMPSONVILLE           41 F      0715 AM 05/23   AWS
MUNICIPALITY OF MONROEVILLE  41 F      0720 AM 05/23   AWS
2 NE MOUNT PLEASANT          41 F      0720 AM 05/23   AWS
2 SW MONACA                  41 F      0715 AM 05/23   AWS
1 SSE WESTOVER               41 F      0600 AM 05/23   USARMY-COE
1 SW NORTH IRWIN             41 F      0724 AM 05/23   AWS
1 W WINTERSVILLE             41 F      0710 AM 05/23   OHDOT
1 E SUGARCREEK               41 F      0710 AM 05/23   OHDOT
NEW PHILADELPHIA AIRPORT     41 F      0653 AM 05/23   ASOS
6 SSW LAUREL MOUNTAIN        41 F      0708 AM 05/23   RAWS
1 WSW SAXONBURG              41 F      0724 AM 05/23   AWS
PIKE ISLAND DAM              41 F      0700 AM 05/23   GOES
EDGEWOOD                     42 F      0724 AM 05/23   AWS
ALLEGHENY COUNTY AIRPORT     42 F      0653 AM 05/23   ASOS
2 SE FAIRMONT                42 F      0637 AM 05/23   CWOP
1 WNW NEW SALEM-BUFFINGTON   42 F      0719 AM 05/23   AWS
CHARLEROI                    42 F      0700 AM 05/23   COOP
DENNISON                     42 F      0700 AM 05/24   COOP
JEFFERSON                    42 F      0720 AM 05/23   AWS
FAIRVIEW                     42 F      0710 AM 05/23   OHDOT
1 SW SHALER TOWNSHIP         42 F      0720 AM 05/23   AWS
2 WNW PITTSBURGH             42 F      0710 AM 05/23   AWS
1 SSE UPPER SAINT CLAIR      42 F      0710 AM 05/23   AWS
1 SW WHITEHALL               42 F      0710 AM 05/23   AWS
1 ESE DORMONT                42 F      0710 AM 05/23   AWS

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

$$

NWS PITTSBURGH PA



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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORT WORTH TX
614 AM CDT SUN MAY 24 2015


...PRELIMINARY RAINFALL REPORTS PAST 24 HOURS ENDING AT 6 AM...

LOCATION                     AMOUNT    TIME/DATE       LAT/LON

...ANDERSON COUNTY...
4 E PALESTINE                0.22 IN   0505 AM 05/24   31.74N/95.57W
5 NE OAKWOOD                 0.10 IN   0530 AM 05/24   31.65N/95.79W

...BELL COUNTY...
2 SSW KILLEEN                2.87 IN   0606 AM 05/24   31.06N/97.73W
2 S TEMPLE                   1.60 IN   0551 AM 05/24   31.07N/97.37W
2 SSW BELTON                 1.54 IN   0558 AM 05/24   31.04N/97.47W
LITTLE RIVER NEAR LITTLE RIV 1.42 IN   0531 AM 05/24   30.97N/97.35W
2 NNW BELTON                 1.03 IN   0500 AM 05/24   31.11N/97.47W
3 SSE TEMPLE                 0.75 IN   0504 AM 05/24   31.06N/97.35W

...BOSQUE COUNTY...
BRAZOS RIVER                 1.77 IN   0600 AM 05/24   31.81N/97.30W
NO. BOSQUE RIVER             1.35 IN   0545 AM 05/24   31.67N/97.47W

...COLLIN COUNTY...
2 N CELINA                   3.88 IN   0602 AM 05/24   33.35N/96.79W
3 NNE CELINA                 3.14 IN   0515 AM 05/24   33.37N/96.77W
PROSPER                      2.85 IN   0515 AM 05/24   33.24N/96.81W
1 E ALLEN                    2.79 IN   0605 AM 05/24   33.11N/96.64W
PRESTON ROAD @ OLIVE         2.48 IN   0413 AM 05/24   33.01N/96.80W
2 WNW PLANO                  2.23 IN   0604 AM 05/24   33.07N/96.79W
3 ENE PROSPER                2.20 IN   0602 AM 05/24   33.27N/96.74W
EAST FK TRINITY R            2.05 IN   0530 AM 05/24   33.20N/96.60W
3 NNE ADDISON                2.00 IN   0600 AM 05/24   33.01N/96.81W
4 S GUNTER                   1.93 IN   0603 AM 05/24   33.39N/96.74W
3 WSW PARKER                 1.93 IN   0601 AM 05/24   33.03N/96.69W
1 SSW MCKINNEY               1.89 IN   0434 AM 05/24   33.18N/96.67W
3 SW PARKER                  1.88 IN   0552 AM 05/24   33.02N/96.67W
2 S PLANO                    1.85 IN   0557 AM 05/24   33.02N/96.75W
2 ESE MELISSA                1.71 IN   0606 AM 05/24   33.27N/96.53W
MELISSA                      1.70 IN   0557 AM 05/24   33.28N/96.57W
4 N PLANO                    1.64 IN   0553 AM 05/24   33.10N/96.75W
1 NW PLANO                   1.63 IN   0559 AM 05/24   33.07N/96.77W
1 WSW ALLEN                  1.63 IN   0258 AM 05/24   33.10N/96.69W
1 SW MCKINNEY                1.62 IN   0603 AM 05/24   33.18N/96.68W
1 NE PARKER                  1.58 IN   0557 AM 05/24   33.08N/96.61W
1 WSW ALLEN                  1.45 IN   0258 AM 05/24   33.10N/96.70W
3 SW MCKINNEY                1.42 IN   0603 AM 05/24   33.16N/96.69W
SISTER GROVE CK              1.37 IN   0600 AM 05/24   33.29N/96.48W
4 E FRISCO                   1.25 IN   0555 AM 05/24   33.13N/96.75W
1 ENE SACHSE                 1.11 IN   0559 AM 05/24   32.99N/96.55W
PLANO                        0.97 IN   0551 AM 05/24   33.04N/96.75W
1 ESE WYLIE                  0.58 IN   0500 AM 05/24   33.03N/96.48W
2 W ALLEN                    0.05 IN   0557 AM 05/24   33.11N/96.71W
3 SE PROSPER                 0.01 IN   0430 AM 05/24   33.20N/96.75W

...COMANCHE COUNTY...
2 NNE COMANCHE               0.36 IN   0510 AM 05/24   31.92N/98.60W
9 SW GORMAN                  0.09 IN   0602 AM 05/24   32.12N/98.79W
8 ENE COMANCHE               0.01 IN   0530 AM 05/24   31.97N/98.49W

...COOKE COUNTY...
1 SW GAINESVILLE             1.02 IN   0557 AM 05/24   33.62N/97.17W
VALLEY VIEW                  0.97 IN   0515 AM 05/24   33.44N/97.17W
ELM FORK TRINITY RIVER       0.80 IN   0515 AM 05/24   33.62N/97.16W
MUENSTER                     0.24 IN   0515 AM 05/24   33.66N/97.38W

...CORYELL COUNTY...
COW HOUSE CREEK NEAR PIDCOKE 2.06 IN   0530 AM 05/24   31.28N/97.88W
1 WSW GATESVILLE             1.94 IN   0545 AM 05/24   31.43N/97.76W
6 SW OGLESBY                 1.38 IN   0549 AM 05/24   31.34N/97.57W
EVANT HIGH SCHOOL            0.01 IN   0545 AM 05/24   31.47N/98.15W

...DALLAS COUNTY...
COOMS CREEK @ HAMPTON        3.15 IN   0329 AM 05/24   32.76N/96.86W
COPPELL                      3.15 IN   0552 AM 05/24   32.97N/96.99W
SARGENT RD AT MORRELL AVE    3.12 IN   0329 AM 05/24   32.75N/96.78W
L.O. DONALD SCHOOL           3.11 IN   0340 AM 05/24   32.73N/96.89W
WHEATLAND RD @ OAK FARMS     3.11 IN   0322 AM 05/24   32.65N/96.81W
CEDAR CREEK @ CLARENDON      3.07 IN   0328 AM 05/24   32.73N/96.83W
2 NNE DALLAS                 3.03 IN   0605 AM 05/24   32.83N/96.76W
SKILLMAN @ SOUTHWESTERN      2.99 IN   0453 AM 05/24   32.86N/96.76W
PEAKS BRANCH @ CARROLL AVE   2.96 IN   0347 AM 05/24   32.79N/96.77W
3 SE COPPELL                 2.89 IN   0552 AM 05/24   32.92N/96.95W
4 NE CEDAR HILL              2.86 IN   0600 AM 05/24   32.62N/96.92W
1 E COPPELL                  2.79 IN   0606 AM 05/24   32.97N/96.97W
SINGLETON @ SHADRACK         2.79 IN   0338 AM 05/24   32.78N/96.88W
MILL CREEK @ CADDO           2.79 IN   0536 AM 05/24   32.81N/96.78W
MCCOMMAS LANDFILL            2.71 IN   0257 AM 05/24   32.68N/96.72W
JEFFERSON @ IRA              2.68 IN   0334 AM 05/24   32.74N/96.92W
SYLVAN @ UNION PACIFIC RR    2.68 IN   0514 AM 05/24   32.77N/96.84W
MOCKINGBIRD @ CRI&P RAILROAD 2.64 IN   0511 AM 05/24   32.81N/96.92W
CEDAR CREEK @ EWING          2.64 IN   0327 AM 05/24   32.74N/96.82W
INWOOD @ UNIVERSITY BLVD     2.63 IN   0349 AM 05/24   32.84N/96.82W
2 SSW IRVING                 2.62 IN   0602 AM 05/24   32.82N/96.99W
GARRETT PARK                 2.60 IN   0349 AM 05/24   32.81N/96.80W
FOREST DR @ PLANO DR         2.60 IN   0358 AM 05/24   32.91N/96.70W
MCCREE BRANCH AT WHITE ROCK  2.56 IN   0357 AM 05/24   32.87N/96.72W
WHITE ROCK CR AT GREENVILLE  2.52 IN   0515 AM 05/24   32.89N/96.76W
5 NNE GRAND PRAIRIE          2.50 IN   0530 AM 05/24   32.76N/96.99W
WHITE ROCK LACK @ CF HAWN    2.48 IN   0314 AM 05/24   32.75N/96.73W
KNIGHTS BRANCH @ DENTON      2.48 IN   0341 AM 05/24   32.83N/96.84W
UPPER ABLE SUMP @ INDUSTRIAL 2.48 IN   0408 AM 05/24   32.76N/96.80W
3 NW CEDAR HILL              2.47 IN   0507 AM 05/24   32.61N/96.99W
3 WSW DALLAS                 2.45 IN   0500 AM 05/24   32.77N/96.82W
BACHMAN DAM                  2.44 IN   0458 AM 05/24   32.85N/96.87W
RICHARDS BRANCH @ EMERALD    2.44 IN   0427 AM 05/24   32.90N/96.90W
WOODY BRANCH - POLK STREET   2.40 IN   0327 AM 05/24   32.67N/96.84W
3 ESE FARMERS BRANCH         2.36 IN   0605 AM 05/24   32.91N/96.83W
WHITEROCK CREEK @ WESGROVE   2.36 IN   0353 AM 05/24   32.98N/96.81W
2255 IRVING BLVD             2.29 IN   0346 AM 05/24   32.80N/96.84W
BACHMAN BRANCH AT WALNUT HIL 2.28 IN   0504 AM 05/24   32.88N/96.82W
WHITE ROCK LAKE DAM          2.28 IN   0341 AM 05/24   32.82N/96.73W
2 E COPPELL                  2.17 IN   0515 AM 05/24   32.97N/96.94W
2 NW GARLAND                 2.16 IN   0602 AM 05/24   32.94N/96.67W
BACHMAN BRANCH @ FOREST      2.16 IN   0352 AM 05/24   32.91N/96.82W
WHITE ROCK CREEK @ SCYENE RD 2.13 IN   0302 AM 05/24   32.77N/96.73W
BACHMAN BRANCH @ MIDWAY      2.08 IN   0329 AM 05/24   32.86N/96.84W
CEDAR SPRINGS @ KINGS        2.04 IN   0343 AM 05/24   32.82N/96.82W
1 WNW ADDISON                2.04 IN   0604 AM 05/24   32.97N/96.86W
1 WNW DALLAS                 2.03 IN   0601 AM 05/24   32.81N/96.78W
3 W SACHSE                   2.02 IN   0603 AM 05/24   32.97N/96.64W
ELM CREEK AT CALIFORNIA CROS 2.01 IN   0328 AM 05/24   32.87N/96.93W
MUNICIPAL @ BUDD             1.96 IN   0323 AM 05/24   32.74N/96.76W
3 E DALLAS                   1.94 IN   0601 AM 05/24   32.79N/96.70W
CORINTH STREET INTAKE        1.93 IN   0407 AM 05/24   32.75N/96.80W
NORTHWEST HIGHWAY @ EDGEMERE 1.92 IN   0346 AM 05/24   32.87N/96.80W
WOODY @ WESTMORELAND         1.92 IN   0327 AM 05/24   32.67N/96.88W
MTN CREEK LAKE NEAR GRAND PR 1.91 IN   0545 AM 05/24   32.73N/96.94W
WEST JOES CREEK @ WALLNUT HI 1.89 IN   0242 AM 05/24   32.88N/96.89W
TOWNSEND @ ROYAL PARK        1.85 IN   0355 AM 05/24   32.90N/96.86W
1 NE GARLAND                 1.84 IN   0601 AM 05/24   32.93N/96.61W
HARRY STONE PARK             1.77 IN   0326 AM 05/24   32.83N/96.67W
JACKSON SCHOOL               1.73 IN   0342 AM 05/24   32.83N/96.77W
3 SSE GRAND PRAIRIE          1.72 IN   0500 AM 05/24   32.64N/97.00W
5 NW MESQUITE                1.65 IN   0600 AM 05/24   32.83N/96.65W
SACHSE                       1.51 IN   0600 AM 05/24   32.98N/96.58W
WHITE ROCK CREEK @ SPRING VA 1.50 IN   0238 AM 05/24   32.94N/96.79W
JOES CREEK @ WALNUT HILL     1.49 IN   0353 AM 05/24   32.88N/96.86W
CAMP WISDOM RD @ SARAH DR    1.34 IN   0209 AM 05/24   32.67N/96.95W
TURTLE CREEK @ WILDWOOD      1.33 IN   0344 AM 05/24   32.83N/96.80W
EXALL PARK                   1.30 IN   0335 AM 05/24   32.79N/96.79W
SACHSE                       1.21 IN   0418 AM 05/24   32.98N/96.57W
3 N SUNNYVALE                1.19 IN   0604 AM 05/24   32.84N/96.56W
ELM CREEK AT LAKE JUNE       1.15 IN   0221 AM 05/24   32.73N/96.69W
GARLAND                      1.11 IN   0539 AM 05/24   32.92N/96.63W
FIVE MILE CREEK @ WESTMORELA 0.99 IN   0310 AM 05/24   32.71N/96.87W
2 NW ROWLETT                 0.62 IN   0601 AM 05/24   32.93N/96.57W

...DELTA COUNTY...
SO. SULPHUR RIVER            0.13 IN   0515 AM 05/24   33.36N/95.59W

...DENTON COUNTY...
2 ENE CARROLLTON             2.84 IN   0601 AM 05/24   33.00N/96.86W
2 NE LEWISVILLE              2.84 IN   0601 AM 05/24   33.07N/96.96W
2 ENE HACKBERRY              2.75 IN   0604 AM 05/24   33.17N/96.89W
LEWISVILLE                   2.74 IN   0604 AM 05/24   33.04N/96.98W
2 E HACKBERRY                2.10 IN   0605 AM 05/24   33.15N/96.88W
HIGHLAND VILLAGE             1.97 IN   0603 AM 05/24   33.09N/97.06W
HEBRON                       1.95 IN   0603 AM 05/24   33.05N/96.91W
1 E LEWISVILLE               1.94 IN   0530 AM 05/24   33.05N/96.96W
6 NW KRUM                    1.79 IN   0605 AM 05/24   33.34N/97.31W
2 NE FLOWER MOUND            1.66 IN   0605 AM 05/24   33.06N/97.07W
2 SSW FLOWER MOUND           1.61 IN   0604 AM 05/24   33.00N/97.10W
5 WNW AUBREY                 1.34 IN   0605 AM 05/24   33.33N/97.07W
1 ESE DOUBLE OAK             1.31 IN   0603 AM 05/24   33.06N/97.08W
SHADY SHORES                 1.30 IN   0555 AM 05/24   33.17N/97.05W
1 WNW MARSHALL CREEK         1.24 IN   0603 AM 05/24   33.02N/97.23W
2 SW KRUM                    1.23 IN   0440 AM 05/24   33.24N/97.26W
2 E TROPHY CLUB              1.21 IN   0559 AM 05/24   33.00N/97.16W
2 E FLOWER MOUND             1.20 IN   0252 AM 05/24   33.02N/97.04W
3 NNE ARGYLE                 1.16 IN   0603 AM 05/24   33.16N/97.17W
KRUM                         1.14 IN   0605 AM 05/24   33.26N/97.22W
LAKE RAY ROBERTS             1.09 IN   0531 AM 05/24   33.36N/97.05W
DENTON                       1.06 IN   0550 AM 05/24   33.20N/97.06W
DENTON                       1.06 IN   0550 AM 05/24   33.20N/97.07W
1 ENE DENTON                 1.02 IN   0605 AM 05/24   33.22N/97.11W
DENTON                       0.95 IN   0550 AM 05/24   33.26N/97.17W
DENTON                       0.91 IN   0550 AM 05/24   33.16N/97.08W
DENTON                       0.90 IN   0550 AM 05/24   33.13N/97.11W
DENTON                       0.76 IN   0550 AM 05/24   33.27N/97.12W
1 ESE CORRAL CITY            0.76 IN   0605 AM 05/24   33.09N/97.20W
PONDER                       0.70 IN   0550 AM 05/24   33.18N/97.29W
DENTON                       0.68 IN   0550 AM 05/24   33.18N/97.13W
DENTON CREEK                 0.66 IN   0500 AM 05/24   33.12N/97.29W
3 S DENTON                   0.65 IN   0600 AM 05/24   33.17N/97.12W
2 SSE DENTON                 0.59 IN   0603 AM 05/24   33.18N/97.11W
DENTON                       0.56 IN   0550 AM 05/24   33.24N/97.20W
2 NNW DENTON                 0.08 IN   0605 AM 05/24   33.25N/97.14W
2 NE HACKBERRY               0.01 IN   0244 AM 05/24   33.17N/96.88W

...EASTLAND COUNTY...
LAKE LEON NR RANGER          0.02 IN   0545 AM 05/24   32.36N/98.68W

...ELLIS COUNTY...
3 ESE BARDWELL               3.86 IN   0600 AM 05/24   32.25N/96.65W
2 SW OVILLA                  3.54 IN   0554 AM 05/24   32.52N/96.92W
1 SSE ENNIS                  3.08 IN   0603 AM 05/24   32.32N/96.62W
2 E MIDLOTHIAN               2.91 IN   0605 AM 05/24   32.49N/96.96W
2 S OVILLA                   2.89 IN   0557 AM 05/24   32.50N/96.90W
5 SSE MIDLOTHIAN             2.68 IN   0558 AM 05/24   32.42N/96.95W
1 NNE ENNIS                  1.73 IN   0603 AM 05/24   32.35N/96.62W
1 NW PALMER                  1.58 IN   0605 AM 05/24   32.44N/96.69W
LAKE WAXAHACHIE              1.18 IN   0530 AM 05/24   32.34N/96.81W
TRINITY RIVER NEAR ROSSER    0.45 IN   0530 AM 05/24   32.43N/96.46W

...ERATH COUNTY...
STEPHENVILLE                 1.30 IN   0603 AM 05/24   32.23N/98.21W

...FALLS COUNTY...
BRAZOS RIVER NEAR HIGHBANK   0.70 IN   0530 AM 05/24   31.13N/96.82W

...FANNIN COUNTY...
4 NE BLUE RIDGE              1.00 IN   0602 AM 05/24   33.35N/96.35W
LADONIA                      1.00 IN   0530 AM 05/24   33.41N/95.94W
10 N HONEY GROVE             0.60 IN   0502 AM 05/24   33.74N/95.92W
LEONARD                      0.25 IN   0605 AM 05/24   33.39N/96.24W
DETROIT                      0.09 IN   0545 AM 05/24   33.66N/95.86W

...FREESTONE COUNTY...
TEHUACANA CREEK NEAR STREETM 0.90 IN   0500 AM 05/24   31.85N/96.29W

...GRAYSON COUNTY...
2 SSW CARTWRIGHT             3.22 IN   0500 AM 05/24   33.82N/96.57W
RANGER CREEK NEAR COLLINSVIL 2.63 IN   0515 AM 05/24   33.53N/96.81W
1 ESE DENISON                2.46 IN   0605 AM 05/24   33.74N/96.54W
COLLINSVILLE                 2.11 IN   0515 AM 05/24   33.56N/96.91W
3 WNW VAN ALSTYNE            1.17 IN   0600 AM 05/24   33.44N/96.63W
DESERT WATER COOP #2 AT HWY  0.92 IN   0515 AM 05/24   33.43N/96.40W
2 S CARTWRIGHT               0.01 IN   0500 AM 05/24   33.82N/96.56W

...HAMILTON COUNTY...
10 SE HAMILTON               0.87 IN   0553 AM 05/24   31.60N/98.00W
LEON RIVER NEAR HAMILTON     0.87 IN   0515 AM 05/24   31.79N/98.12W
N BOSQUE RIVER AT HICO       0.83 IN   0600 AM 05/24   31.98N/98.03W

...HENDERSON COUNTY...
CEDAR CREEK RESERVOIR        0.49 IN   0545 AM 05/24   32.24N/96.14W
SITE 2                       0.41 IN   0600 AM 05/24   32.33N/96.15W
4 S MURCHISON                0.22 IN   0508 AM 05/24   32.22N/95.77W

...HILL COUNTY...
COVINGTON                    1.57 IN   0515 AM 05/24   32.19N/97.26W
BRANDON                      1.53 IN   0515 AM 05/24   32.04N/96.96W
NOLAN RIVER                  1.46 IN   0515 AM 05/24   32.15N/97.40W
MALONE                       1.25 IN   0515 AM 05/24   31.92N/96.90W
RESERVOIR                    1.18 IN   0530 AM 05/24   31.90N/97.20W
2 NNE AQUILLA                0.83 IN   0600 AM 05/24   31.90N/97.20W

...HOOD COUNTY...
GRANBURY                     1.20 IN   0600 AM 05/24   32.44N/97.78W
LAKE GRANBURY                1.12 IN   0530 AM 05/24   32.46N/97.69W
9 ESE GRANBURY               0.96 IN   0602 AM 05/24   32.35N/97.66W
2 WNW GRANBURY               0.96 IN   0603 AM 05/24   32.45N/97.82W
3 NE GRANBURY                0.92 IN   0603 AM 05/24   32.48N/97.75W

...HOPKINS COUNTY...
SULPHUR BLUFF                0.12 IN   0545 AM 05/24   33.33N/95.39W

...HUNT COUNTY...
3 NW QUINLAN                 0.94 IN   0604 AM 05/24   32.95N/96.16W
MIDDLE SULPHUR R.            0.93 IN   0515 AM 05/24   33.27N/95.92W
4 ESE CADDO MILLS            0.73 IN   0506 AM 05/24   33.04N/96.16W
3 W CELESTE                  0.56 IN   0515 AM 05/24   33.30N/96.25W
2 S WEST TAWAKONI            0.47 IN   0606 AM 05/24   32.87N/96.02W
7 NW GREENVILLE              0.30 IN   0600 AM 05/24   33.17N/96.08W
COWLEECH FORK SABINE RIVER A 0.25 IN   0545 AM 05/24   33.13N/96.08W
COMMERCE                     0.05 IN   0606 AM 05/24   33.24N/95.91W

...JACK COUNTY...
JACKSBORO                    0.69 IN   0533 AM 05/24   33.22N/98.16W
SITE 3                       0.49 IN   0600 AM 05/24   33.24N/98.14W
WF TRINITY R NR JACKSBORO    0.17 IN   0400 AM 05/24   33.29N/98.08W

...JOHNSON COUNTY...
MOUNTAIN CREEK               1.71 IN   0515 AM 05/24   32.49N/97.12W
2 NW STRATOSPHERE TOWER      1.12 IN   0606 AM 05/24   32.52N/97.29W

...KAUFMAN COUNTY...
1 WNW CRANDALL               1.13 IN   0500 AM 05/24   32.64N/96.49W
4 N TERRELL                  0.01 IN   0555 AM 05/24   32.80N/96.30W

...LAMAR COUNTY...
ROXTON                       0.33 IN   0545 AM 05/24   33.54N/95.72W
NO. SULPHUR RIVER            0.26 IN   0500 AM 05/24   33.47N/95.59W

...LAMPASAS COUNTY...
7 WSW COPPERAS COVE          2.51 IN   0545 AM 05/24   31.08N/98.02W
6 SW LOMETA                  1.81 IN   0600 AM 05/24   31.16N/98.47W
7 E LAMPASAS                 1.69 IN   0605 AM 05/24   31.08N/98.05W
9 E SAN SABA                 1.60 IN   0600 AM 05/24   31.22N/98.56W
LAMPASAS 15WNW               1.41 IN   0600 AM 05/24   31.10N/98.40W
9 SSE LOMETA                 1.39 IN   0600 AM 05/24   31.08N/98.37W
2 WNW LOMETA                 1.33 IN   0500 AM 05/24   31.23N/98.42W

...LEON COUNTY...
NAVASOTA RIVER NEAR EASTERLY 0.14 IN   0500 AM 05/24   31.17N/96.30W

...LIMESTONE COUNTY...
NO.2                         0.65 IN   0600 AM 05/24   31.53N/96.53W
BIG CK NEAR FREESTONE        0.11 IN   0515 AM 05/24   31.51N/96.32W
10 W JEWETT                  0.10 IN   0530 AM 05/24   31.39N/96.32W
LAKE MEXIA                   0.03 IN   0515 AM 05/24   31.64N/96.58W

...MCLENNAN COUNTY...
WOODWAY                      1.97 IN   0606 AM 05/24   31.49N/97.22W
5 SSW MCGREGOR               1.71 IN   0601 AM 05/24   31.38N/97.41W
2 WSW MCGREGOR               1.61 IN   0602 AM 05/24   31.43N/97.41W
1 ENE MCGREGOR               1.28 IN   0541 AM 05/24   31.46N/97.35W
2 SE BEVERLY HILLS           1.22 IN   0601 AM 05/24   31.49N/97.13W
1 NW WACO                    1.21 IN   0515 AM 05/24   31.58N/97.20W
5 SW GHOLSON                 1.02 IN   0605 AM 05/24   31.65N/97.31W
HOG CREEK                    1.00 IN   0545 AM 05/24   31.56N/97.36W
MIDDLE BOSQUE RIVER          0.88 IN   0546 AM 05/24   31.51N/97.37W

...MILAM COUNTY...
3 SSE THORNDALE              1.74 IN   0600 AM 05/24   30.58N/97.19W
LITTLE RIVER                 0.79 IN   0515 AM 05/24   30.84N/96.95W

...MILLS COUNTY...
9 E GOLDTHWAITE              2.87 IN   0600 AM 05/24   31.47N/98.41W
12 NE MULLIN                 1.21 IN   0600 AM 05/24   31.68N/98.51W
5 NE MULLIN                  0.85 IN   0600 AM 05/24   31.60N/98.60W
5 WSW MULLIN                 0.55 IN   0500 AM 05/24   31.52N/98.74W

...MONTAGUE COUNTY...
2 SW MONTAGUE                0.17 IN   0515 AM 05/24   33.65N/97.76W
BOWIE                        0.14 IN   0600 AM 05/24   33.47N/97.87W
6 SSW NOCONA                 0.13 IN   0449 AM 05/24   33.69N/97.77W

...NAVARRO COUNTY...
4 NNE DAWSON                 0.89 IN   0500 AM 05/24   31.96N/96.69W
RICHLAND CHAMBERS RESERVOIR  0.26 IN   0545 AM 05/24   32.04N/96.21W

...PALO PINTO COUNTY...
1 SSW MINERAL WELLS          0.20 IN   0400 AM 05/24   32.79N/98.12W
16 S GRAHAM                  0.10 IN   0505 AM 05/24   32.87N/98.56W
BRAZOS RIVER NEAR PALO PINTO 0.09 IN   0515 AM 05/24   32.86N/98.30W

...PARKER COUNTY...
7 SSE ANNETTA SOUTH          1.07 IN   0515 AM 05/24   32.57N/97.60W
3 SW AZLE                    0.78 IN   0605 AM 05/24   32.85N/97.57W
1 SE WILLOW PARK             0.78 IN   0543 AM 05/24   32.74N/97.64W
SANCTUARY                    0.68 IN   0600 AM 05/24   32.91N/97.59W
CLEAR FK TRINITY RIVER NEAR  0.53 IN   0515 AM 05/24   32.74N/97.65W
2 NE SPRINGTOWN              0.48 IN   0554 AM 05/24   32.99N/97.66W
BRAZOS RIVER AT DENNIS       0.37 IN   0530 AM 05/24   32.62N/97.93W
4 W WEATHERFORD              0.33 IN   0515 AM 05/24   32.75N/97.85W

...RAINS COUNTY...
EAST TAWAKONI                2.45 IN   0603 AM 05/24   32.89N/95.93W
4 ENE EMORY                  0.50 IN   0558 AM 05/24   32.90N/95.70W

...ROBERTSON COUNTY...
8 WNW MARQUEZ                0.15 IN   0510 AM 05/24   31.30N/96.37W
LAKE LIMESTONE               0.02 IN   0544 AM 05/24   31.32N/96.32W

...ROCKWALL COUNTY...
1 WSW HEATH                  1.10 IN   0602 AM 05/24   32.84N/96.50W
HEATH                        1.00 IN   0551 AM 05/24   32.85N/96.49W
2 E ROWLETT                  0.90 IN   0602 AM 05/24   32.90N/96.51W
ROYSE CITY                   0.46 IN   0605 AM 05/24   32.97N/96.34W

...SOMERVELL COUNTY...
4 WNW GLEN ROSE              0.94 IN   0602 AM 05/24   32.25N/97.83W
SITE 1-PALUXY RIVER AT GLEN  0.02 IN   0400 AM 05/24   32.23N/97.78W

...STEPHENS COUNTY...
HUBBARD CREEK RESERVOIR      0.03 IN   0530 AM 05/24   32.78N/99.01W

...TARRANT COUNTY...
2 SSW DALWORTHINGTON GAR     5.37 IN   0605 AM 05/24   32.65N/97.17W
2 NNE PANTEGO                2.23 IN   0553 AM 05/24   32.74N/97.14W
2 NNE GRAPEVINE              2.06 IN   0545 AM 05/24   32.97N/97.06W
1 ENE MANSFIELD              2.05 IN   0600 AM 05/24   32.58N/97.09W
1 ENE PANTEGO                1.99 IN   0606 AM 05/24   32.72N/97.14W
1 N NORTH RICHLAND HIL       1.51 IN   0603 AM 05/24   32.89N/97.22W
3 WSW CROWLEY                1.48 IN   0605 AM 05/24   32.56N/97.41W
1 N COLLEYVILLE              1.38 IN   0603 AM 05/24   32.91N/97.15W
1 NE WATAUGA                 1.25 IN   0604 AM 05/24   32.89N/97.24W
WEST FK TRINITY @ BEACH STRE 1.21 IN   0515 AM 05/24   32.75N/97.29W
1 N SOUTHLAKE                1.21 IN   0602 AM 05/24   32.97N/97.14W
2 W COLLEYVILLE              1.21 IN   0606 AM 05/24   32.89N/97.19W
1 NNW EAGLE MOUNTAIN         1.17 IN   0530 AM 05/24   32.92N/97.45W
FORT WORTH                   1.16 IN   0515 AM 05/24   32.76N/97.33W
1 NNW RENDON                 1.12 IN   0603 AM 05/24   32.60N/97.24W
1 SSE EAGLE MOUNTAIN         1.11 IN   0555 AM 05/24   32.88N/97.44W
LAKE ARLINGTON               1.01 IN   0515 AM 05/24   32.72N/97.19W
1 WSW RENDON                 1.00 IN   0603 AM 05/24   32.57N/97.27W
2 E NEWARK                   0.97 IN   0603 AM 05/24   32.99N/97.42W
2 SW WESTLAKE                0.95 IN   0540 AM 05/24   32.96N/97.22W
MARYS CREEK NEAR BENBROOK    0.94 IN   0545 AM 05/24   32.70N/97.45W
VILLAGE CREEK                0.80 IN   0200 AM 05/24   32.60N/97.26W
1 SW FORT WORTH              0.76 IN   0530 AM 05/24   32.73N/97.36W
LAKESIDE                     0.73 IN   0558 AM 05/24   32.83N/97.50W
LAKE WORTH RSVR              0.73 IN   0500 AM 05/24   32.79N/97.42W
2 NNE BENBROOK               0.66 IN   0600 AM 05/24   32.71N/97.44W
1 ESE BENBROOK               0.58 IN   0600 AM 05/24   32.67N/97.44W
PANTEGO                      0.55 IN   0605 AM 05/24   32.72N/97.14W
3 WNW EDGECLIFF              0.19 IN   0603 AM 05/24   32.69N/97.39W
1 E COLLEYVILLE              0.15 IN   0553 AM 05/24   32.89N/97.13W
CLEAR FORK TRINITY           0.01 IN   0400 AM 05/24   32.66N/97.44W

...WISE COUNTY...
12 E ALVORD                  0.54 IN   0604 AM 05/24   33.39N/97.49W
WEST FORK TRINITY R          0.52 IN   0515 AM 05/24   33.09N/97.56W
4 NW DECATUR                 0.29 IN   0602 AM 05/24   33.28N/97.63W
3 NE RHOME                   0.27 IN   0603 AM 05/24   33.08N/97.42W
ALVORD                       0.16 IN   0515 AM 05/24   33.39N/97.63W
4 WNW DECATUR                0.16 IN   0602 AM 05/24   33.26N/97.67W
BIG SANDY CREEK              0.14 IN   0515 AM 05/24   33.23N/97.69W
3 NNE BRIDGEPORT             0.12 IN   0605 AM 05/24   33.26N/97.73W

...YOUNG COUNTY...
6 SW GRAHAM                  0.08 IN   0530 AM 05/24   33.02N/98.64W
LAKE GRAHAM NR GRAHAM        0.02 IN   0515 AM 05/24   33.13N/98.61W

...MARINE REPORTING STATIONS...
NAVASOTA RIVER NR NORMANGEE  0.41 IN   0400 AM 05/24   30.97N/96.24W
4 SSW THACKERVILLE           0.18 IN   0530 AM 05/24   33.73N/97.16W

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

$$

NWS FORT WORTH TX



000
NOUS44 KFWD 241116
PNSFWD
TXZ091>095-100>107-115>123-129>135-141>148-156>162-174-175-242314-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORT WORTH TX
614 AM CDT SUN MAY 24 2015


...PRELIMINARY RAINFALL REPORTS PAST 24 HOURS ENDING AT 6 AM...

LOCATION                     AMOUNT    TIME/DATE       LAT/LON

...ANDERSON COUNTY...
4 E PALESTINE                0.22 IN   0505 AM 05/24   31.74N/95.57W
5 NE OAKWOOD                 0.10 IN   0530 AM 05/24   31.65N/95.79W

...BELL COUNTY...
2 SSW KILLEEN                2.87 IN   0606 AM 05/24   31.06N/97.73W
2 S TEMPLE                   1.60 IN   0551 AM 05/24   31.07N/97.37W
2 SSW BELTON                 1.54 IN   0558 AM 05/24   31.04N/97.47W
LITTLE RIVER NEAR LITTLE RIV 1.42 IN   0531 AM 05/24   30.97N/97.35W
2 NNW BELTON                 1.03 IN   0500 AM 05/24   31.11N/97.47W
3 SSE TEMPLE                 0.75 IN   0504 AM 05/24   31.06N/97.35W

...BOSQUE COUNTY...
BRAZOS RIVER                 1.77 IN   0600 AM 05/24   31.81N/97.30W
NO. BOSQUE RIVER             1.35 IN   0545 AM 05/24   31.67N/97.47W

...COLLIN COUNTY...
2 N CELINA                   3.88 IN   0602 AM 05/24   33.35N/96.79W
3 NNE CELINA                 3.14 IN   0515 AM 05/24   33.37N/96.77W
PROSPER                      2.85 IN   0515 AM 05/24   33.24N/96.81W
1 E ALLEN                    2.79 IN   0605 AM 05/24   33.11N/96.64W
PRESTON ROAD @ OLIVE         2.48 IN   0413 AM 05/24   33.01N/96.80W
2 WNW PLANO                  2.23 IN   0604 AM 05/24   33.07N/96.79W
3 ENE PROSPER                2.20 IN   0602 AM 05/24   33.27N/96.74W
EAST FK TRINITY R            2.05 IN   0530 AM 05/24   33.20N/96.60W
3 NNE ADDISON                2.00 IN   0600 AM 05/24   33.01N/96.81W
4 S GUNTER                   1.93 IN   0603 AM 05/24   33.39N/96.74W
3 WSW PARKER                 1.93 IN   0601 AM 05/24   33.03N/96.69W
1 SSW MCKINNEY               1.89 IN   0434 AM 05/24   33.18N/96.67W
3 SW PARKER                  1.88 IN   0552 AM 05/24   33.02N/96.67W
2 S PLANO                    1.85 IN   0557 AM 05/24   33.02N/96.75W
2 ESE MELISSA                1.71 IN   0606 AM 05/24   33.27N/96.53W
MELISSA                      1.70 IN   0557 AM 05/24   33.28N/96.57W
4 N PLANO                    1.64 IN   0553 AM 05/24   33.10N/96.75W
1 NW PLANO                   1.63 IN   0559 AM 05/24   33.07N/96.77W
1 WSW ALLEN                  1.63 IN   0258 AM 05/24   33.10N/96.69W
1 SW MCKINNEY                1.62 IN   0603 AM 05/24   33.18N/96.68W
1 NE PARKER                  1.58 IN   0557 AM 05/24   33.08N/96.61W
1 WSW ALLEN                  1.45 IN   0258 AM 05/24   33.10N/96.70W
3 SW MCKINNEY                1.42 IN   0603 AM 05/24   33.16N/96.69W
SISTER GROVE CK              1.37 IN   0600 AM 05/24   33.29N/96.48W
4 E FRISCO                   1.25 IN   0555 AM 05/24   33.13N/96.75W
1 ENE SACHSE                 1.11 IN   0559 AM 05/24   32.99N/96.55W
PLANO                        0.97 IN   0551 AM 05/24   33.04N/96.75W
1 ESE WYLIE                  0.58 IN   0500 AM 05/24   33.03N/96.48W
2 W ALLEN                    0.05 IN   0557 AM 05/24   33.11N/96.71W
3 SE PROSPER                 0.01 IN   0430 AM 05/24   33.20N/96.75W

...COMANCHE COUNTY...
2 NNE COMANCHE               0.36 IN   0510 AM 05/24   31.92N/98.60W
9 SW GORMAN                  0.09 IN   0602 AM 05/24   32.12N/98.79W
8 ENE COMANCHE               0.01 IN   0530 AM 05/24   31.97N/98.49W

...COOKE COUNTY...
1 SW GAINESVILLE             1.02 IN   0557 AM 05/24   33.62N/97.17W
VALLEY VIEW                  0.97 IN   0515 AM 05/24   33.44N/97.17W
ELM FORK TRINITY RIVER       0.80 IN   0515 AM 05/24   33.62N/97.16W
MUENSTER                     0.24 IN   0515 AM 05/24   33.66N/97.38W

...CORYELL COUNTY...
COW HOUSE CREEK NEAR PIDCOKE 2.06 IN   0530 AM 05/24   31.28N/97.88W
1 WSW GATESVILLE             1.94 IN   0545 AM 05/24   31.43N/97.76W
6 SW OGLESBY                 1.38 IN   0549 AM 05/24   31.34N/97.57W
EVANT HIGH SCHOOL            0.01 IN   0545 AM 05/24   31.47N/98.15W

...DALLAS COUNTY...
COOMS CREEK @ HAMPTON        3.15 IN   0329 AM 05/24   32.76N/96.86W
COPPELL                      3.15 IN   0552 AM 05/24   32.97N/96.99W
SARGENT RD AT MORRELL AVE    3.12 IN   0329 AM 05/24   32.75N/96.78W
L.O. DONALD SCHOOL           3.11 IN   0340 AM 05/24   32.73N/96.89W
WHEATLAND RD @ OAK FARMS     3.11 IN   0322 AM 05/24   32.65N/96.81W
CEDAR CREEK @ CLARENDON      3.07 IN   0328 AM 05/24   32.73N/96.83W
2 NNE DALLAS                 3.03 IN   0605 AM 05/24   32.83N/96.76W
SKILLMAN @ SOUTHWESTERN      2.99 IN   0453 AM 05/24   32.86N/96.76W
PEAKS BRANCH @ CARROLL AVE   2.96 IN   0347 AM 05/24   32.79N/96.77W
3 SE COPPELL                 2.89 IN   0552 AM 05/24   32.92N/96.95W
4 NE CEDAR HILL              2.86 IN   0600 AM 05/24   32.62N/96.92W
1 E COPPELL                  2.79 IN   0606 AM 05/24   32.97N/96.97W
SINGLETON @ SHADRACK         2.79 IN   0338 AM 05/24   32.78N/96.88W
MILL CREEK @ CADDO           2.79 IN   0536 AM 05/24   32.81N/96.78W
MCCOMMAS LANDFILL            2.71 IN   0257 AM 05/24   32.68N/96.72W
JEFFERSON @ IRA              2.68 IN   0334 AM 05/24   32.74N/96.92W
SYLVAN @ UNION PACIFIC RR    2.68 IN   0514 AM 05/24   32.77N/96.84W
MOCKINGBIRD @ CRI&P RAILROAD 2.64 IN   0511 AM 05/24   32.81N/96.92W
CEDAR CREEK @ EWING          2.64 IN   0327 AM 05/24   32.74N/96.82W
INWOOD @ UNIVERSITY BLVD     2.63 IN   0349 AM 05/24   32.84N/96.82W
2 SSW IRVING                 2.62 IN   0602 AM 05/24   32.82N/96.99W
GARRETT PARK                 2.60 IN   0349 AM 05/24   32.81N/96.80W
FOREST DR @ PLANO DR         2.60 IN   0358 AM 05/24   32.91N/96.70W
MCCREE BRANCH AT WHITE ROCK  2.56 IN   0357 AM 05/24   32.87N/96.72W
WHITE ROCK CR AT GREENVILLE  2.52 IN   0515 AM 05/24   32.89N/96.76W
5 NNE GRAND PRAIRIE          2.50 IN   0530 AM 05/24   32.76N/96.99W
WHITE ROCK LACK @ CF HAWN    2.48 IN   0314 AM 05/24   32.75N/96.73W
KNIGHTS BRANCH @ DENTON      2.48 IN   0341 AM 05/24   32.83N/96.84W
UPPER ABLE SUMP @ INDUSTRIAL 2.48 IN   0408 AM 05/24   32.76N/96.80W
3 NW CEDAR HILL              2.47 IN   0507 AM 05/24   32.61N/96.99W
3 WSW DALLAS                 2.45 IN   0500 AM 05/24   32.77N/96.82W
BACHMAN DAM                  2.44 IN   0458 AM 05/24   32.85N/96.87W
RICHARDS BRANCH @ EMERALD    2.44 IN   0427 AM 05/24   32.90N/96.90W
WOODY BRANCH - POLK STREET   2.40 IN   0327 AM 05/24   32.67N/96.84W
3 ESE FARMERS BRANCH         2.36 IN   0605 AM 05/24   32.91N/96.83W
WHITEROCK CREEK @ WESGROVE   2.36 IN   0353 AM 05/24   32.98N/96.81W
2255 IRVING BLVD             2.29 IN   0346 AM 05/24   32.80N/96.84W
BACHMAN BRANCH AT WALNUT HIL 2.28 IN   0504 AM 05/24   32.88N/96.82W
WHITE ROCK LAKE DAM          2.28 IN   0341 AM 05/24   32.82N/96.73W
2 E COPPELL                  2.17 IN   0515 AM 05/24   32.97N/96.94W
2 NW GARLAND                 2.16 IN   0602 AM 05/24   32.94N/96.67W
BACHMAN BRANCH @ FOREST      2.16 IN   0352 AM 05/24   32.91N/96.82W
WHITE ROCK CREEK @ SCYENE RD 2.13 IN   0302 AM 05/24   32.77N/96.73W
BACHMAN BRANCH @ MIDWAY      2.08 IN   0329 AM 05/24   32.86N/96.84W
CEDAR SPRINGS @ KINGS        2.04 IN   0343 AM 05/24   32.82N/96.82W
1 WNW ADDISON                2.04 IN   0604 AM 05/24   32.97N/96.86W
1 WNW DALLAS                 2.03 IN   0601 AM 05/24   32.81N/96.78W
3 W SACHSE                   2.02 IN   0603 AM 05/24   32.97N/96.64W
ELM CREEK AT CALIFORNIA CROS 2.01 IN   0328 AM 05/24   32.87N/96.93W
MUNICIPAL @ BUDD             1.96 IN   0323 AM 05/24   32.74N/96.76W
3 E DALLAS                   1.94 IN   0601 AM 05/24   32.79N/96.70W
CORINTH STREET INTAKE        1.93 IN   0407 AM 05/24   32.75N/96.80W
NORTHWEST HIGHWAY @ EDGEMERE 1.92 IN   0346 AM 05/24   32.87N/96.80W
WOODY @ WESTMORELAND         1.92 IN   0327 AM 05/24   32.67N/96.88W
MTN CREEK LAKE NEAR GRAND PR 1.91 IN   0545 AM 05/24   32.73N/96.94W
WEST JOES CREEK @ WALLNUT HI 1.89 IN   0242 AM 05/24   32.88N/96.89W
TOWNSEND @ ROYAL PARK        1.85 IN   0355 AM 05/24   32.90N/96.86W
1 NE GARLAND                 1.84 IN   0601 AM 05/24   32.93N/96.61W
HARRY STONE PARK             1.77 IN   0326 AM 05/24   32.83N/96.67W
JACKSON SCHOOL               1.73 IN   0342 AM 05/24   32.83N/96.77W
3 SSE GRAND PRAIRIE          1.72 IN   0500 AM 05/24   32.64N/97.00W
5 NW MESQUITE                1.65 IN   0600 AM 05/24   32.83N/96.65W
SACHSE                       1.51 IN   0600 AM 05/24   32.98N/96.58W
WHITE ROCK CREEK @ SPRING VA 1.50 IN   0238 AM 05/24   32.94N/96.79W
JOES CREEK @ WALNUT HILL     1.49 IN   0353 AM 05/24   32.88N/96.86W
CAMP WISDOM RD @ SARAH DR    1.34 IN   0209 AM 05/24   32.67N/96.95W
TURTLE CREEK @ WILDWOOD      1.33 IN   0344 AM 05/24   32.83N/96.80W
EXALL PARK                   1.30 IN   0335 AM 05/24   32.79N/96.79W
SACHSE                       1.21 IN   0418 AM 05/24   32.98N/96.57W
3 N SUNNYVALE                1.19 IN   0604 AM 05/24   32.84N/96.56W
ELM CREEK AT LAKE JUNE       1.15 IN   0221 AM 05/24   32.73N/96.69W
GARLAND                      1.11 IN   0539 AM 05/24   32.92N/96.63W
FIVE MILE CREEK @ WESTMORELA 0.99 IN   0310 AM 05/24   32.71N/96.87W
2 NW ROWLETT                 0.62 IN   0601 AM 05/24   32.93N/96.57W

...DELTA COUNTY...
SO. SULPHUR RIVER            0.13 IN   0515 AM 05/24   33.36N/95.59W

...DENTON COUNTY...
2 ENE CARROLLTON             2.84 IN   0601 AM 05/24   33.00N/96.86W
2 NE LEWISVILLE              2.84 IN   0601 AM 05/24   33.07N/96.96W
2 ENE HACKBERRY              2.75 IN   0604 AM 05/24   33.17N/96.89W
LEWISVILLE                   2.74 IN   0604 AM 05/24   33.04N/96.98W
2 E HACKBERRY                2.10 IN   0605 AM 05/24   33.15N/96.88W
HIGHLAND VILLAGE             1.97 IN   0603 AM 05/24   33.09N/97.06W
HEBRON                       1.95 IN   0603 AM 05/24   33.05N/96.91W
1 E LEWISVILLE               1.94 IN   0530 AM 05/24   33.05N/96.96W
6 NW KRUM                    1.79 IN   0605 AM 05/24   33.34N/97.31W
2 NE FLOWER MOUND            1.66 IN   0605 AM 05/24   33.06N/97.07W
2 SSW FLOWER MOUND           1.61 IN   0604 AM 05/24   33.00N/97.10W
5 WNW AUBREY                 1.34 IN   0605 AM 05/24   33.33N/97.07W
1 ESE DOUBLE OAK             1.31 IN   0603 AM 05/24   33.06N/97.08W
SHADY SHORES                 1.30 IN   0555 AM 05/24   33.17N/97.05W
1 WNW MARSHALL CREEK         1.24 IN   0603 AM 05/24   33.02N/97.23W
2 SW KRUM                    1.23 IN   0440 AM 05/24   33.24N/97.26W
2 E TROPHY CLUB              1.21 IN   0559 AM 05/24   33.00N/97.16W
2 E FLOWER MOUND             1.20 IN   0252 AM 05/24   33.02N/97.04W
3 NNE ARGYLE                 1.16 IN   0603 AM 05/24   33.16N/97.17W
KRUM                         1.14 IN   0605 AM 05/24   33.26N/97.22W
LAKE RAY ROBERTS             1.09 IN   0531 AM 05/24   33.36N/97.05W
DENTON                       1.06 IN   0550 AM 05/24   33.20N/97.06W
DENTON                       1.06 IN   0550 AM 05/24   33.20N/97.07W
1 ENE DENTON                 1.02 IN   0605 AM 05/24   33.22N/97.11W
DENTON                       0.95 IN   0550 AM 05/24   33.26N/97.17W
DENTON                       0.91 IN   0550 AM 05/24   33.16N/97.08W
DENTON                       0.90 IN   0550 AM 05/24   33.13N/97.11W
DENTON                       0.76 IN   0550 AM 05/24   33.27N/97.12W
1 ESE CORRAL CITY            0.76 IN   0605 AM 05/24   33.09N/97.20W
PONDER                       0.70 IN   0550 AM 05/24   33.18N/97.29W
DENTON                       0.68 IN   0550 AM 05/24   33.18N/97.13W
DENTON CREEK                 0.66 IN   0500 AM 05/24   33.12N/97.29W
3 S DENTON                   0.65 IN   0600 AM 05/24   33.17N/97.12W
2 SSE DENTON                 0.59 IN   0603 AM 05/24   33.18N/97.11W
DENTON                       0.56 IN   0550 AM 05/24   33.24N/97.20W
2 NNW DENTON                 0.08 IN   0605 AM 05/24   33.25N/97.14W
2 NE HACKBERRY               0.01 IN   0244 AM 05/24   33.17N/96.88W

...EASTLAND COUNTY...
LAKE LEON NR RANGER          0.02 IN   0545 AM 05/24   32.36N/98.68W

...ELLIS COUNTY...
3 ESE BARDWELL               3.86 IN   0600 AM 05/24   32.25N/96.65W
2 SW OVILLA                  3.54 IN   0554 AM 05/24   32.52N/96.92W
1 SSE ENNIS                  3.08 IN   0603 AM 05/24   32.32N/96.62W
2 E MIDLOTHIAN               2.91 IN   0605 AM 05/24   32.49N/96.96W
2 S OVILLA                   2.89 IN   0557 AM 05/24   32.50N/96.90W
5 SSE MIDLOTHIAN             2.68 IN   0558 AM 05/24   32.42N/96.95W
1 NNE ENNIS                  1.73 IN   0603 AM 05/24   32.35N/96.62W
1 NW PALMER                  1.58 IN   0605 AM 05/24   32.44N/96.69W
LAKE WAXAHACHIE              1.18 IN   0530 AM 05/24   32.34N/96.81W
TRINITY RIVER NEAR ROSSER    0.45 IN   0530 AM 05/24   32.43N/96.46W

...ERATH COUNTY...
STEPHENVILLE                 1.30 IN   0603 AM 05/24   32.23N/98.21W

...FALLS COUNTY...
BRAZOS RIVER NEAR HIGHBANK   0.70 IN   0530 AM 05/24   31.13N/96.82W

...FANNIN COUNTY...
4 NE BLUE RIDGE              1.00 IN   0602 AM 05/24   33.35N/96.35W
LADONIA                      1.00 IN   0530 AM 05/24   33.41N/95.94W
10 N HONEY GROVE             0.60 IN   0502 AM 05/24   33.74N/95.92W
LEONARD                      0.25 IN   0605 AM 05/24   33.39N/96.24W
DETROIT                      0.09 IN   0545 AM 05/24   33.66N/95.86W

...FREESTONE COUNTY...
TEHUACANA CREEK NEAR STREETM 0.90 IN   0500 AM 05/24   31.85N/96.29W

...GRAYSON COUNTY...
2 SSW CARTWRIGHT             3.22 IN   0500 AM 05/24   33.82N/96.57W
RANGER CREEK NEAR COLLINSVIL 2.63 IN   0515 AM 05/24   33.53N/96.81W
1 ESE DENISON                2.46 IN   0605 AM 05/24   33.74N/96.54W
COLLINSVILLE                 2.11 IN   0515 AM 05/24   33.56N/96.91W
3 WNW VAN ALSTYNE            1.17 IN   0600 AM 05/24   33.44N/96.63W
DESERT WATER COOP #2 AT HWY  0.92 IN   0515 AM 05/24   33.43N/96.40W
2 S CARTWRIGHT               0.01 IN   0500 AM 05/24   33.82N/96.56W

...HAMILTON COUNTY...
10 SE HAMILTON               0.87 IN   0553 AM 05/24   31.60N/98.00W
LEON RIVER NEAR HAMILTON     0.87 IN   0515 AM 05/24   31.79N/98.12W
N BOSQUE RIVER AT HICO       0.83 IN   0600 AM 05/24   31.98N/98.03W

...HENDERSON COUNTY...
CEDAR CREEK RESERVOIR        0.49 IN   0545 AM 05/24   32.24N/96.14W
SITE 2                       0.41 IN   0600 AM 05/24   32.33N/96.15W
4 S MURCHISON                0.22 IN   0508 AM 05/24   32.22N/95.77W

...HILL COUNTY...
COVINGTON                    1.57 IN   0515 AM 05/24   32.19N/97.26W
BRANDON                      1.53 IN   0515 AM 05/24   32.04N/96.96W
NOLAN RIVER                  1.46 IN   0515 AM 05/24   32.15N/97.40W
MALONE                       1.25 IN   0515 AM 05/24   31.92N/96.90W
RESERVOIR                    1.18 IN   0530 AM 05/24   31.90N/97.20W
2 NNE AQUILLA                0.83 IN   0600 AM 05/24   31.90N/97.20W

...HOOD COUNTY...
GRANBURY                     1.20 IN   0600 AM 05/24   32.44N/97.78W
LAKE GRANBURY                1.12 IN   0530 AM 05/24   32.46N/97.69W
9 ESE GRANBURY               0.96 IN   0602 AM 05/24   32.35N/97.66W
2 WNW GRANBURY               0.96 IN   0603 AM 05/24   32.45N/97.82W
3 NE GRANBURY                0.92 IN   0603 AM 05/24   32.48N/97.75W

...HOPKINS COUNTY...
SULPHUR BLUFF                0.12 IN   0545 AM 05/24   33.33N/95.39W

...HUNT COUNTY...
3 NW QUINLAN                 0.94 IN   0604 AM 05/24   32.95N/96.16W
MIDDLE SULPHUR R.            0.93 IN   0515 AM 05/24   33.27N/95.92W
4 ESE CADDO MILLS            0.73 IN   0506 AM 05/24   33.04N/96.16W
3 W CELESTE                  0.56 IN   0515 AM 05/24   33.30N/96.25W
2 S WEST TAWAKONI            0.47 IN   0606 AM 05/24   32.87N/96.02W
7 NW GREENVILLE              0.30 IN   0600 AM 05/24   33.17N/96.08W
COWLEECH FORK SABINE RIVER A 0.25 IN   0545 AM 05/24   33.13N/96.08W
COMMERCE                     0.05 IN   0606 AM 05/24   33.24N/95.91W

...JACK COUNTY...
JACKSBORO                    0.69 IN   0533 AM 05/24   33.22N/98.16W
SITE 3                       0.49 IN   0600 AM 05/24   33.24N/98.14W
WF TRINITY R NR JACKSBORO    0.17 IN   0400 AM 05/24   33.29N/98.08W

...JOHNSON COUNTY...
MOUNTAIN CREEK               1.71 IN   0515 AM 05/24   32.49N/97.12W
2 NW STRATOSPHERE TOWER      1.12 IN   0606 AM 05/24   32.52N/97.29W

...KAUFMAN COUNTY...
1 WNW CRANDALL               1.13 IN   0500 AM 05/24   32.64N/96.49W
4 N TERRELL                  0.01 IN   0555 AM 05/24   32.80N/96.30W

...LAMAR COUNTY...
ROXTON                       0.33 IN   0545 AM 05/24   33.54N/95.72W
NO. SULPHUR RIVER            0.26 IN   0500 AM 05/24   33.47N/95.59W

...LAMPASAS COUNTY...
7 WSW COPPERAS COVE          2.51 IN   0545 AM 05/24   31.08N/98.02W
6 SW LOMETA                  1.81 IN   0600 AM 05/24   31.16N/98.47W
7 E LAMPASAS                 1.69 IN   0605 AM 05/24   31.08N/98.05W
9 E SAN SABA                 1.60 IN   0600 AM 05/24   31.22N/98.56W
LAMPASAS 15WNW               1.41 IN   0600 AM 05/24   31.10N/98.40W
9 SSE LOMETA                 1.39 IN   0600 AM 05/24   31.08N/98.37W
2 WNW LOMETA                 1.33 IN   0500 AM 05/24   31.23N/98.42W

...LEON COUNTY...
NAVASOTA RIVER NEAR EASTERLY 0.14 IN   0500 AM 05/24   31.17N/96.30W

...LIMESTONE COUNTY...
NO.2                         0.65 IN   0600 AM 05/24   31.53N/96.53W
BIG CK NEAR FREESTONE        0.11 IN   0515 AM 05/24   31.51N/96.32W
10 W JEWETT                  0.10 IN   0530 AM 05/24   31.39N/96.32W
LAKE MEXIA                   0.03 IN   0515 AM 05/24   31.64N/96.58W

...MCLENNAN COUNTY...
WOODWAY                      1.97 IN   0606 AM 05/24   31.49N/97.22W
5 SSW MCGREGOR               1.71 IN   0601 AM 05/24   31.38N/97.41W
2 WSW MCGREGOR               1.61 IN   0602 AM 05/24   31.43N/97.41W
1 ENE MCGREGOR               1.28 IN   0541 AM 05/24   31.46N/97.35W
2 SE BEVERLY HILLS           1.22 IN   0601 AM 05/24   31.49N/97.13W
1 NW WACO                    1.21 IN   0515 AM 05/24   31.58N/97.20W
5 SW GHOLSON                 1.02 IN   0605 AM 05/24   31.65N/97.31W
HOG CREEK                    1.00 IN   0545 AM 05/24   31.56N/97.36W
MIDDLE BOSQUE RIVER          0.88 IN   0546 AM 05/24   31.51N/97.37W

...MILAM COUNTY...
3 SSE THORNDALE              1.74 IN   0600 AM 05/24   30.58N/97.19W
LITTLE RIVER                 0.79 IN   0515 AM 05/24   30.84N/96.95W

...MILLS COUNTY...
9 E GOLDTHWAITE              2.87 IN   0600 AM 05/24   31.47N/98.41W
12 NE MULLIN                 1.21 IN   0600 AM 05/24   31.68N/98.51W
5 NE MULLIN                  0.85 IN   0600 AM 05/24   31.60N/98.60W
5 WSW MULLIN                 0.55 IN   0500 AM 05/24   31.52N/98.74W

...MONTAGUE COUNTY...
2 SW MONTAGUE                0.17 IN   0515 AM 05/24   33.65N/97.76W
BOWIE                        0.14 IN   0600 AM 05/24   33.47N/97.87W
6 SSW NOCONA                 0.13 IN   0449 AM 05/24   33.69N/97.77W

...NAVARRO COUNTY...
4 NNE DAWSON                 0.89 IN   0500 AM 05/24   31.96N/96.69W
RICHLAND CHAMBERS RESERVOIR  0.26 IN   0545 AM 05/24   32.04N/96.21W

...PALO PINTO COUNTY...
1 SSW MINERAL WELLS          0.20 IN   0400 AM 05/24   32.79N/98.12W
16 S GRAHAM                  0.10 IN   0505 AM 05/24   32.87N/98.56W
BRAZOS RIVER NEAR PALO PINTO 0.09 IN   0515 AM 05/24   32.86N/98.30W

...PARKER COUNTY...
7 SSE ANNETTA SOUTH          1.07 IN   0515 AM 05/24   32.57N/97.60W
3 SW AZLE                    0.78 IN   0605 AM 05/24   32.85N/97.57W
1 SE WILLOW PARK             0.78 IN   0543 AM 05/24   32.74N/97.64W
SANCTUARY                    0.68 IN   0600 AM 05/24   32.91N/97.59W
CLEAR FK TRINITY RIVER NEAR  0.53 IN   0515 AM 05/24   32.74N/97.65W
2 NE SPRINGTOWN              0.48 IN   0554 AM 05/24   32.99N/97.66W
BRAZOS RIVER AT DENNIS       0.37 IN   0530 AM 05/24   32.62N/97.93W
4 W WEATHERFORD              0.33 IN   0515 AM 05/24   32.75N/97.85W

...RAINS COUNTY...
EAST TAWAKONI                2.45 IN   0603 AM 05/24   32.89N/95.93W
4 ENE EMORY                  0.50 IN   0558 AM 05/24   32.90N/95.70W

...ROBERTSON COUNTY...
8 WNW MARQUEZ                0.15 IN   0510 AM 05/24   31.30N/96.37W
LAKE LIMESTONE               0.02 IN   0544 AM 05/24   31.32N/96.32W

...ROCKWALL COUNTY...
1 WSW HEATH                  1.10 IN   0602 AM 05/24   32.84N/96.50W
HEATH                        1.00 IN   0551 AM 05/24   32.85N/96.49W
2 E ROWLETT                  0.90 IN   0602 AM 05/24   32.90N/96.51W
ROYSE CITY                   0.46 IN   0605 AM 05/24   32.97N/96.34W

...SOMERVELL COUNTY...
4 WNW GLEN ROSE              0.94 IN   0602 AM 05/24   32.25N/97.83W
SITE 1-PALUXY RIVER AT GLEN  0.02 IN   0400 AM 05/24   32.23N/97.78W

...STEPHENS COUNTY...
HUBBARD CREEK RESERVOIR      0.03 IN   0530 AM 05/24   32.78N/99.01W

...TARRANT COUNTY...
2 SSW DALWORTHINGTON GAR     5.37 IN   0605 AM 05/24   32.65N/97.17W
2 NNE PANTEGO                2.23 IN   0553 AM 05/24   32.74N/97.14W
2 NNE GRAPEVINE              2.06 IN   0545 AM 05/24   32.97N/97.06W
1 ENE MANSFIELD              2.05 IN   0600 AM 05/24   32.58N/97.09W
1 ENE PANTEGO                1.99 IN   0606 AM 05/24   32.72N/97.14W
1 N NORTH RICHLAND HIL       1.51 IN   0603 AM 05/24   32.89N/97.22W
3 WSW CROWLEY                1.48 IN   0605 AM 05/24   32.56N/97.41W
1 N COLLEYVILLE              1.38 IN   0603 AM 05/24   32.91N/97.15W
1 NE WATAUGA                 1.25 IN   0604 AM 05/24   32.89N/97.24W
WEST FK TRINITY @ BEACH STRE 1.21 IN   0515 AM 05/24   32.75N/97.29W
1 N SOUTHLAKE                1.21 IN   0602 AM 05/24   32.97N/97.14W
2 W COLLEYVILLE              1.21 IN   0606 AM 05/24   32.89N/97.19W
1 NNW EAGLE MOUNTAIN         1.17 IN   0530 AM 05/24   32.92N/97.45W
FORT WORTH                   1.16 IN   0515 AM 05/24   32.76N/97.33W
1 NNW RENDON                 1.12 IN   0603 AM 05/24   32.60N/97.24W
1 SSE EAGLE MOUNTAIN         1.11 IN   0555 AM 05/24   32.88N/97.44W
LAKE ARLINGTON               1.01 IN   0515 AM 05/24   32.72N/97.19W
1 WSW RENDON                 1.00 IN   0603 AM 05/24   32.57N/97.27W
2 E NEWARK                   0.97 IN   0603 AM 05/24   32.99N/97.42W
2 SW WESTLAKE                0.95 IN   0540 AM 05/24   32.96N/97.22W
MARYS CREEK NEAR BENBROOK    0.94 IN   0545 AM 05/24   32.70N/97.45W
VILLAGE CREEK                0.80 IN   0200 AM 05/24   32.60N/97.26W
1 SW FORT WORTH              0.76 IN   0530 AM 05/24   32.73N/97.36W
LAKESIDE                     0.73 IN   0558 AM 05/24   32.83N/97.50W
LAKE WORTH RSVR              0.73 IN   0500 AM 05/24   32.79N/97.42W
2 NNE BENBROOK               0.66 IN   0600 AM 05/24   32.71N/97.44W
1 ESE BENBROOK               0.58 IN   0600 AM 05/24   32.67N/97.44W
PANTEGO                      0.55 IN   0605 AM 05/24   32.72N/97.14W
3 WNW EDGECLIFF              0.19 IN   0603 AM 05/24   32.69N/97.39W
1 E COLLEYVILLE              0.15 IN   0553 AM 05/24   32.89N/97.13W
CLEAR FORK TRINITY           0.01 IN   0400 AM 05/24   32.66N/97.44W

...WISE COUNTY...
12 E ALVORD                  0.54 IN   0604 AM 05/24   33.39N/97.49W
WEST FORK TRINITY R          0.52 IN   0515 AM 05/24   33.09N/97.56W
4 NW DECATUR                 0.29 IN   0602 AM 05/24   33.28N/97.63W
3 NE RHOME                   0.27 IN   0603 AM 05/24   33.08N/97.42W
ALVORD                       0.16 IN   0515 AM 05/24   33.39N/97.63W
4 WNW DECATUR                0.16 IN   0602 AM 05/24   33.26N/97.67W
BIG SANDY CREEK              0.14 IN   0515 AM 05/24   33.23N/97.69W
3 NNE BRIDGEPORT             0.12 IN   0605 AM 05/24   33.26N/97.73W

...YOUNG COUNTY...
6 SW GRAHAM                  0.08 IN   0530 AM 05/24   33.02N/98.64W
LAKE GRAHAM NR GRAHAM        0.02 IN   0515 AM 05/24   33.13N/98.61W

...MARINE REPORTING STATIONS...
NAVASOTA RIVER NR NORMANGEE  0.41 IN   0400 AM 05/24   30.97N/96.24W
4 SSW THACKERVILLE           0.18 IN   0530 AM 05/24   33.73N/97.16W

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

$$

NWS FORT WORTH TX


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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BIRMINGHAM AL
604 AM CDT SUN MAY 24 2015

...THIS WEEK IS HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK IN ALABAMA...

HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK BEGINS TODAY, MAY 24TH, AND RUNS THROUGH
SATURDAY, MAY 30TH. THE GOAL OF HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK IS TO PROVIDE
EDUCATION ABOUT THE HAZARDS ASSOCIATED WITH A HURRICANE, WHICH WILL
PREPARE YOU TO TAKE ACTION AS A HURRICANE APPROACHES. THIS INFORMATION
MAY SAVE YOUR LIFE AT WORK, HOME, ON THE ROAD, OR ON THE WATER. EACH DAY
OF HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK FEATURES A UNIQUE TOPIC RELEVANT TO
EDUCATION AND AWARENESS. HURRICANE SEASON OFFICIALLY RUNS FROM JUNE
1ST UNTIL NOVEMBER 30TH FOR THE ATLANTIC, CARIBBEAN AND GULF OF
MEXICO.

ALTHOUGH CENTRAL ALABAMA IS NOT ADJACENT TO ANY LARGE WATER BODY, WE
ARE CLOSE ENOUGH THAT HURRICANES AND TROPICAL STORMS CAN HAVE A
DEVASTATING IMPACT ACROSS THE AREA. HURRICANE HAZARDS COME IN MANY
FORMS ACROSS CENTRAL ALABAMA INCLUDING TORNADOES, HIGH WINDS AND
FLOODING. THIS MEANS IT IS VERY IMPORTANT FOR YOUR FAMILY AND YOUR
WORK PLACE TO HAVE A PLAN THAT TAKES INTO ACCOUNT ALL OF THESE
HAZARDS.

WE WILL BE HIGHLIGHTING VARIOUS TROPICAL SAFETY INFORMATION
THROUGHOUT THE WEEK. HERE ARE THE TOPICS WE WILL BE COVERING EACH
DAY.

SUNDAY...HURRICANE BASICS.
MONDAY...STORM SURGE.
TUESDAY...HIGH WINDS AND TORNADOES.
WEDNESDAY...INLAND FLOODING.
THURSDAY...GET A PLAN.
FRIDAY...TAKE ACTION.

GRAPHICS RELATING TO THESE TOPICS WILL BE POSTED TO THE WEB AND
SOCIAL MEDIA EACH DAY OF THE WEEK. YOU CAN VIEW THESE SPECIAL
EDUCATIONAL GRAPHICS BY VISITING OUR WEBSITE AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV
AND THEN CLICKING ON CENTRAL ALABAMA, OR LIKE US ON FACEBOOK BY
SEARCHING FOR NWS BIRMINGHAM AND FOLLOW US ON TWITTER
@NWSBIRMINGHAM.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, YOU MAY CONTACT JIM STEFKOVICH,
METEOROLOGIST-IN-CHARGE, NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BIRMINGHAM,
AT 205-664-3010, EXTENSION 222, OR JOHN DE BLOCK, WARNING
COORDINATION METEOROLOGIST, AT EXTENSION 223.

$$


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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BIRMINGHAM AL
604 AM CDT SUN MAY 24 2015

...THIS WEEK IS HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK IN ALABAMA...

HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK BEGINS TODAY, MAY 24TH, AND RUNS THROUGH
SATURDAY, MAY 30TH. THE GOAL OF HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK IS TO PROVIDE
EDUCATION ABOUT THE HAZARDS ASSOCIATED WITH A HURRICANE, WHICH WILL
PREPARE YOU TO TAKE ACTION AS A HURRICANE APPROACHES. THIS INFORMATION
MAY SAVE YOUR LIFE AT WORK, HOME, ON THE ROAD, OR ON THE WATER. EACH DAY
OF HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK FEATURES A UNIQUE TOPIC RELEVANT TO
EDUCATION AND AWARENESS. HURRICANE SEASON OFFICIALLY RUNS FROM JUNE
1ST UNTIL NOVEMBER 30TH FOR THE ATLANTIC, CARIBBEAN AND GULF OF
MEXICO.

ALTHOUGH CENTRAL ALABAMA IS NOT ADJACENT TO ANY LARGE WATER BODY, WE
ARE CLOSE ENOUGH THAT HURRICANES AND TROPICAL STORMS CAN HAVE A
DEVASTATING IMPACT ACROSS THE AREA. HURRICANE HAZARDS COME IN MANY
FORMS ACROSS CENTRAL ALABAMA INCLUDING TORNADOES, HIGH WINDS AND
FLOODING. THIS MEANS IT IS VERY IMPORTANT FOR YOUR FAMILY AND YOUR
WORK PLACE TO HAVE A PLAN THAT TAKES INTO ACCOUNT ALL OF THESE
HAZARDS.

WE WILL BE HIGHLIGHTING VARIOUS TROPICAL SAFETY INFORMATION
THROUGHOUT THE WEEK. HERE ARE THE TOPICS WE WILL BE COVERING EACH
DAY.

SUNDAY...HURRICANE BASICS.
MONDAY...STORM SURGE.
TUESDAY...HIGH WINDS AND TORNADOES.
WEDNESDAY...INLAND FLOODING.
THURSDAY...GET A PLAN.
FRIDAY...TAKE ACTION.

GRAPHICS RELATING TO THESE TOPICS WILL BE POSTED TO THE WEB AND
SOCIAL MEDIA EACH DAY OF THE WEEK. YOU CAN VIEW THESE SPECIAL
EDUCATIONAL GRAPHICS BY VISITING OUR WEBSITE AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV
AND THEN CLICKING ON CENTRAL ALABAMA, OR LIKE US ON FACEBOOK BY
SEARCHING FOR NWS BIRMINGHAM AND FOLLOW US ON TWITTER
@NWSBIRMINGHAM.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, YOU MAY CONTACT JIM STEFKOVICH,
METEOROLOGIST-IN-CHARGE, NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BIRMINGHAM,
AT 205-664-3010, EXTENSION 222, OR JOHN DE BLOCK, WARNING
COORDINATION METEOROLOGIST, AT EXTENSION 223.

$$


000
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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BIRMINGHAM AL
604 AM CDT SUN MAY 24 2015

...THIS WEEK IS HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK IN ALABAMA...

HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK BEGINS TODAY, MAY 24TH, AND RUNS THROUGH
SATURDAY, MAY 30TH. THE GOAL OF HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK IS TO PROVIDE
EDUCATION ABOUT THE HAZARDS ASSOCIATED WITH A HURRICANE, WHICH WILL
PREPARE YOU TO TAKE ACTION AS A HURRICANE APPROACHES. THIS INFORMATION
MAY SAVE YOUR LIFE AT WORK, HOME, ON THE ROAD, OR ON THE WATER. EACH DAY
OF HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK FEATURES A UNIQUE TOPIC RELEVANT TO
EDUCATION AND AWARENESS. HURRICANE SEASON OFFICIALLY RUNS FROM JUNE
1ST UNTIL NOVEMBER 30TH FOR THE ATLANTIC, CARIBBEAN AND GULF OF
MEXICO.

ALTHOUGH CENTRAL ALABAMA IS NOT ADJACENT TO ANY LARGE WATER BODY, WE
ARE CLOSE ENOUGH THAT HURRICANES AND TROPICAL STORMS CAN HAVE A
DEVASTATING IMPACT ACROSS THE AREA. HURRICANE HAZARDS COME IN MANY
FORMS ACROSS CENTRAL ALABAMA INCLUDING TORNADOES, HIGH WINDS AND
FLOODING. THIS MEANS IT IS VERY IMPORTANT FOR YOUR FAMILY AND YOUR
WORK PLACE TO HAVE A PLAN THAT TAKES INTO ACCOUNT ALL OF THESE
HAZARDS.

WE WILL BE HIGHLIGHTING VARIOUS TROPICAL SAFETY INFORMATION
THROUGHOUT THE WEEK. HERE ARE THE TOPICS WE WILL BE COVERING EACH
DAY.

SUNDAY...HURRICANE BASICS.
MONDAY...STORM SURGE.
TUESDAY...HIGH WINDS AND TORNADOES.
WEDNESDAY...INLAND FLOODING.
THURSDAY...GET A PLAN.
FRIDAY...TAKE ACTION.

GRAPHICS RELATING TO THESE TOPICS WILL BE POSTED TO THE WEB AND
SOCIAL MEDIA EACH DAY OF THE WEEK. YOU CAN VIEW THESE SPECIAL
EDUCATIONAL GRAPHICS BY VISITING OUR WEBSITE AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV
AND THEN CLICKING ON CENTRAL ALABAMA, OR LIKE US ON FACEBOOK BY
SEARCHING FOR NWS BIRMINGHAM AND FOLLOW US ON TWITTER
@NWSBIRMINGHAM.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, YOU MAY CONTACT JIM STEFKOVICH,
METEOROLOGIST-IN-CHARGE, NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BIRMINGHAM,
AT 205-664-3010, EXTENSION 222, OR JOHN DE BLOCK, WARNING
COORDINATION METEOROLOGIST, AT EXTENSION 223.

$$


000
NOUS44 KBMX 241104
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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BIRMINGHAM AL
604 AM CDT SUN MAY 24 2015

...THIS WEEK IS HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK IN ALABAMA...

HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK BEGINS TODAY, MAY 24TH, AND RUNS THROUGH
SATURDAY, MAY 30TH. THE GOAL OF HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK IS TO PROVIDE
EDUCATION ABOUT THE HAZARDS ASSOCIATED WITH A HURRICANE, WHICH WILL
PREPARE YOU TO TAKE ACTION AS A HURRICANE APPROACHES. THIS INFORMATION
MAY SAVE YOUR LIFE AT WORK, HOME, ON THE ROAD, OR ON THE WATER. EACH DAY
OF HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK FEATURES A UNIQUE TOPIC RELEVANT TO
EDUCATION AND AWARENESS. HURRICANE SEASON OFFICIALLY RUNS FROM JUNE
1ST UNTIL NOVEMBER 30TH FOR THE ATLANTIC, CARIBBEAN AND GULF OF
MEXICO.

ALTHOUGH CENTRAL ALABAMA IS NOT ADJACENT TO ANY LARGE WATER BODY, WE
ARE CLOSE ENOUGH THAT HURRICANES AND TROPICAL STORMS CAN HAVE A
DEVASTATING IMPACT ACROSS THE AREA. HURRICANE HAZARDS COME IN MANY
FORMS ACROSS CENTRAL ALABAMA INCLUDING TORNADOES, HIGH WINDS AND
FLOODING. THIS MEANS IT IS VERY IMPORTANT FOR YOUR FAMILY AND YOUR
WORK PLACE TO HAVE A PLAN THAT TAKES INTO ACCOUNT ALL OF THESE
HAZARDS.

WE WILL BE HIGHLIGHTING VARIOUS TROPICAL SAFETY INFORMATION
THROUGHOUT THE WEEK. HERE ARE THE TOPICS WE WILL BE COVERING EACH
DAY.

SUNDAY...HURRICANE BASICS.
MONDAY...STORM SURGE.
TUESDAY...HIGH WINDS AND TORNADOES.
WEDNESDAY...INLAND FLOODING.
THURSDAY...GET A PLAN.
FRIDAY...TAKE ACTION.

GRAPHICS RELATING TO THESE TOPICS WILL BE POSTED TO THE WEB AND
SOCIAL MEDIA EACH DAY OF THE WEEK. YOU CAN VIEW THESE SPECIAL
EDUCATIONAL GRAPHICS BY VISITING OUR WEBSITE AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV
AND THEN CLICKING ON CENTRAL ALABAMA, OR LIKE US ON FACEBOOK BY
SEARCHING FOR NWS BIRMINGHAM AND FOLLOW US ON TWITTER
@NWSBIRMINGHAM.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, YOU MAY CONTACT JIM STEFKOVICH,
METEOROLOGIST-IN-CHARGE, NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BIRMINGHAM,
AT 205-664-3010, EXTENSION 222, OR JOHN DE BLOCK, WARNING
COORDINATION METEOROLOGIST, AT EXTENSION 223.

$$


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KSZ032-033-047>053-067>072-082-083-091>096-098>100-241500-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WICHITA KS
600 AM CDT SUN MAY 24 2015

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

IN 1990...FOUR TORNADOES ROARED ACROSS PARTS OF CENTRAL
KANSAS...OF WHICH 2 REACHED F3 INTENSITY.  ONE MASSIVE F3
TORNADO...POSSESSING A TRACK 26 MILES LONG AND THREE
QUARTERS OF A MILE WIDE...TORE THROUGH BARTON...RICE AND
ELLSWORTH COUNTIES.  DESCRIBED AS A HUGE BLACK WALL...THE
TEMPEST INJURED 6 AND DERAILED 88 CARS OF A 125 CAR
FREIGHT TRAIN...SOME OF WHICH WERE STACKED 3 TO 4 CARS
HIGH.  IT CAUSED AROUND $500,000 DAMAGE.  THE SECOND F3
TORNADO...BELIEVED TO HAVE TOUCHED DOWN MULTIPLE
TIMES...PRODUCED A PATH 60 MILES LONG AND AROUND ONE
QUARTER MILE WIDE ACROSS RICE...MCPHERSON AND MARION
COUNTIES.  THIS TORNADO ALSO HIT A FREIGHT
TRAIN...DERAILING 87 OF 103 CARS.  THIS SECOND TORNADO
CAUSED NEARLY $3 MILLION DAMAGE IN MCPHERSON AND MARION
COUNTIES ALONE.  IN 1962...SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS WREAKED
HAVOC OVER MUCH OF CENTRAL AND EASTERN KANSAS.RENO AND
HARVEY COUNTIES WERE HIT BY 5 TORNADOES OF WHICH 3
REACHED F3 INTENSITY.  THREE OF THE TORNADOES INJURED 6
AND CAUSED $500,000 DAMAGE.  ONE F3 TORNADO DESTROYED A
BOWLING ALLEY BETWEEN NICKERSON AND HUTCHINSON...WHILE A
SECOND MOVED ERRATICALLY BETWEEN BURRTON AND HALSTEAD.
THE SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS ALSO BOMBARDED THESE AREAS WITH
2 TO 4 INCH DIAMETER HAIL.

$$
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PNSICT
KSZ032-033-047>053-067>072-082-083-091>096-098>100-241500-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WICHITA KS
600 AM CDT SUN MAY 24 2015

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

IN 1990...FOUR TORNADOES ROARED ACROSS PARTS OF CENTRAL
KANSAS...OF WHICH 2 REACHED F3 INTENSITY.  ONE MASSIVE F3
TORNADO...POSSESSING A TRACK 26 MILES LONG AND THREE
QUARTERS OF A MILE WIDE...TORE THROUGH BARTON...RICE AND
ELLSWORTH COUNTIES.  DESCRIBED AS A HUGE BLACK WALL...THE
TEMPEST INJURED 6 AND DERAILED 88 CARS OF A 125 CAR
FREIGHT TRAIN...SOME OF WHICH WERE STACKED 3 TO 4 CARS
HIGH.  IT CAUSED AROUND $500,000 DAMAGE.  THE SECOND F3
TORNADO...BELIEVED TO HAVE TOUCHED DOWN MULTIPLE
TIMES...PRODUCED A PATH 60 MILES LONG AND AROUND ONE
QUARTER MILE WIDE ACROSS RICE...MCPHERSON AND MARION
COUNTIES.  THIS TORNADO ALSO HIT A FREIGHT
TRAIN...DERAILING 87 OF 103 CARS.  THIS SECOND TORNADO
CAUSED NEARLY $3 MILLION DAMAGE IN MCPHERSON AND MARION
COUNTIES ALONE.  IN 1962...SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS WREAKED
HAVOC OVER MUCH OF CENTRAL AND EASTERN KANSAS.RENO AND
HARVEY COUNTIES WERE HIT BY 5 TORNADOES OF WHICH 3
REACHED F3 INTENSITY.  THREE OF THE TORNADOES INJURED 6
AND CAUSED $500,000 DAMAGE.  ONE F3 TORNADO DESTROYED A
BOWLING ALLEY BETWEEN NICKERSON AND HUTCHINSON...WHILE A
SECOND MOVED ERRATICALLY BETWEEN BURRTON AND HALSTEAD.
THE SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS ALSO BOMBARDED THESE AREAS WITH
2 TO 4 INCH DIAMETER HAIL.

$$
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NOUS42 KCHS 241100
PNSCHS

GAZ087-088-099>101-114>119-137>141-SCZ040-042>045-047>052-251100-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHARLESTON SC
700 AM EDT SUN MAY 24 2015

...NATIONAL HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK BEGINS TODAY...

HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK WILL BE OBSERVED TODAY THROUGH SATURDAY
MAY 30. THE ATLANTIC HURRICANE SEASON OFFICIALLY BEGINS JUNE 1. PARTNERS
SUCH AS THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE...EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AND THE
AMERICAN RED CROSS ALL AGREE THAT PREPAREDNESS IS THE KEY TO
MINIMIZING PROPERTY DAMAGE AND PREVENTING LOSS OF LIFE. THIS ANNUAL
EVENT PROVIDES AN OPPORTUNITY TO REMIND EVERYONE ABOUT THE NUMEROUS
HAZARDS ASSOCIATED WITH TROPICAL CYCLONES AND PROVIDE TIPS ON HOW TO
PREPARE FOR THE UPCOMING HURRICANE SEASON. TODAY WE WILL DISCUSS THE
BASICS OF TROPICAL CYCLONES.

TROPICAL CYCLONE CLASSIFICATION...

TROPICAL DISTURBANCE...A DISCRETE TROPICAL SYSTEM OF CLOUDS AND
THUNDERSTORMS LACKING ATTRIBUTES OF A TROPICAL DEPRESSION.

TROPICAL DEPRESSION...AN ORGANIZED SYSTEM OF CLOUDS AND
THUNDERSTORMS WITH A DEFINED SURFACE CIRCULATION AND MAXIMUM
SUSTAINED SURFACE WINDS OF 38 MPH OR LESS.

TROPICAL STORM...AN ORGANIZED SYSTEM OF STRONG THUNDERSTORMS WITH
A DEFINED SURFACE CIRCULATION AND MAXIMUM SUSTAINED SURFACE WINDS
OF 39 TO 73 MPH.

HURRICANE...AN INTENSE TROPICAL WEATHER SYSTEM OF STRONG
THUNDERSTORMS WITH A WELL-DEFINED SURFACE CIRCULATION AND MAXIMUM
SUSTAINED SURFACE WINDS OF 74 MPH OR GREATER.

MAJOR HURRICANE...A CATEGORY 3-5 HURRICANE.

SUBTROPICAL CYCLONE...LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM WHICH EXHIBITS
CHARACTERISTICS OF A TROPICAL CYCLONE AND AN EXTRATROPICAL LOW
PRESSURE. IF SUFFICIENTLY STRONG, THESE SYSTEMS ARE NAMED AND CAN
CREATE DANGEROUS CONDITIONS.

POST TROPICAL CYCLONE...FORMER TROPICAL CYCLONE WHICH NO LONGER
EXHIBITS TROPICAL CHARACTERSISTICS.

HURRICANES ARE CATEGORIZED ACCORDING TO THE STRENGTH OF THEIR
WINDS BASED ON THE SAFFIR-SIMPSON HURRICANE WIND SCALE. A CATEGORY
1 STORM HAS THE LOWEST WIND SPEEDS...WHILE A CATEGORY 5 HAS THE
STRONGEST. HOWEVER...THESE ARE RELATIVE TERMS...BECAUSE LOWER
CATEGORY STORMS CAN SOMETIMES PRODUCE GREATER STORM SURGE AND
INFLICT GREATER DAMAGE THAN HIGHER CATEGORY STORMS.

TROPICAL CYCLONES ARE GIVEN NAMES WHEN THEY REACH TROPICAL STORM
STRENGTH. A SIX YEAR ROTATING LIST OF STORM NAMES DETERMINED BY THE
WORLD METEOROLOGICAL ORGANIZATION ALTERNATES BETWEEN MALE AND
FEMALE NAMES. WHEN A TROPICAL CYCLONE PRODUCES SUBSTANTIAL DAMAGE
AND/OR FATALITIES...THE NAME OF THAT TROPICAL CYCLONE IS RETIRED.
NOTABLE RETIRED NAMES INCLUDE CAMILLE...HUGO...ANDREW...KATRINA AND
SANDY.

TROPICAL CYCLONE DEVELOPMENT...

SOME OF THE INGREDIENTS FOR TROPICAL CYCLONES INCLUDE A PRE-EXISTING
WEATHER DISTURBANCE...WARM WATER OF CONSIDERABLE DEPTH...ABUNDANT MOISTURE
AND RELATIVELY LIGHT WINDS IN THE HIGHER LEVELS OF THE ATMOSPHERE.

TROPICAL CYCLONE CLIMATOLOGY...

EACH YEAR...AN AVERAGE OF 12 TROPICAL STORMS DEVELOP OVER THE ATLANTIC
BASIN...WHICH INCLUDES THE ATLANTIC OCEAN...THE CARIBBEAN SEA AND THE
GULF OF MEXICO. OF THESE...6 BECOME HURRICANES...WITH 2 OF THESE
BECOMING MAJOR HURRICANES /CATEGORY 3 OR GREATER/. WHILE MOST TROPICAL
CYCLONES REMAIN OVER THE OPEN WATER AND NEVER IMPACT LAND...ROUGHLY 5
HURRICANES WILL STRIKE THE UNITED STATES COASTLINE FROM TEXAS TO MAINE
ON AVERAGE EVERY 3 YEARS.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON HURRICANES VISIT THE FOLLOWING WEBSITES...

NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER...WWW.HURRICANES.GOV

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHARLESTON...WWW.WEATHER.GOV/CHS/TROPICAL

$$



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NOUS43 KICT 241100
PNSICT
KSZ032-033-047>053-067>072-082-083-091>096-098>100-241500-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WICHITA KS
600 AM CDT SUN MAY 24 2015

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

IN 1990...FOUR TORNADOES ROARED ACROSS PARTS OF CENTRAL
KANSAS...OF WHICH 2 REACHED F3 INTENSITY.  ONE MASSIVE F3
TORNADO...POSSESSING A TRACK 26 MILES LONG AND THREE
QUARTERS OF A MILE WIDE...TORE THROUGH BARTON...RICE AND
ELLSWORTH COUNTIES.  DESCRIBED AS A HUGE BLACK WALL...THE
TEMPEST INJURED 6 AND DERAILED 88 CARS OF A 125 CAR
FREIGHT TRAIN...SOME OF WHICH WERE STACKED 3 TO 4 CARS
HIGH.  IT CAUSED AROUND $500,000 DAMAGE.  THE SECOND F3
TORNADO...BELIEVED TO HAVE TOUCHED DOWN MULTIPLE
TIMES...PRODUCED A PATH 60 MILES LONG AND AROUND ONE
QUARTER MILE WIDE ACROSS RICE...MCPHERSON AND MARION
COUNTIES.  THIS TORNADO ALSO HIT A FREIGHT
TRAIN...DERAILING 87 OF 103 CARS.  THIS SECOND TORNADO
CAUSED NEARLY $3 MILLION DAMAGE IN MCPHERSON AND MARION
COUNTIES ALONE.  IN 1962...SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS WREAKED
HAVOC OVER MUCH OF CENTRAL AND EASTERN KANSAS.RENO AND
HARVEY COUNTIES WERE HIT BY 5 TORNADOES OF WHICH 3
REACHED F3 INTENSITY.  THREE OF THE TORNADOES INJURED 6
AND CAUSED $500,000 DAMAGE.  ONE F3 TORNADO DESTROYED A
BOWLING ALLEY BETWEEN NICKERSON AND HUTCHINSON...WHILE A
SECOND MOVED ERRATICALLY BETWEEN BURRTON AND HALSTEAD.
THE SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS ALSO BOMBARDED THESE AREAS WITH
2 TO 4 INCH DIAMETER HAIL.

$$
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NOUS42 KCHS 241100
PNSCHS

GAZ087-088-099>101-114>119-137>141-SCZ040-042>045-047>052-251100-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHARLESTON SC
700 AM EDT SUN MAY 24 2015

...NATIONAL HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK BEGINS TODAY...

HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK WILL BE OBSERVED TODAY THROUGH SATURDAY
MAY 30. THE ATLANTIC HURRICANE SEASON OFFICIALLY BEGINS JUNE 1. PARTNERS
SUCH AS THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE...EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AND THE
AMERICAN RED CROSS ALL AGREE THAT PREPAREDNESS IS THE KEY TO
MINIMIZING PROPERTY DAMAGE AND PREVENTING LOSS OF LIFE. THIS ANNUAL
EVENT PROVIDES AN OPPORTUNITY TO REMIND EVERYONE ABOUT THE NUMEROUS
HAZARDS ASSOCIATED WITH TROPICAL CYCLONES AND PROVIDE TIPS ON HOW TO
PREPARE FOR THE UPCOMING HURRICANE SEASON. TODAY WE WILL DISCUSS THE
BASICS OF TROPICAL CYCLONES.

TROPICAL CYCLONE CLASSIFICATION...

TROPICAL DISTURBANCE...A DISCRETE TROPICAL SYSTEM OF CLOUDS AND
THUNDERSTORMS LACKING ATTRIBUTES OF A TROPICAL DEPRESSION.

TROPICAL DEPRESSION...AN ORGANIZED SYSTEM OF CLOUDS AND
THUNDERSTORMS WITH A DEFINED SURFACE CIRCULATION AND MAXIMUM
SUSTAINED SURFACE WINDS OF 38 MPH OR LESS.

TROPICAL STORM...AN ORGANIZED SYSTEM OF STRONG THUNDERSTORMS WITH
A DEFINED SURFACE CIRCULATION AND MAXIMUM SUSTAINED SURFACE WINDS
OF 39 TO 73 MPH.

HURRICANE...AN INTENSE TROPICAL WEATHER SYSTEM OF STRONG
THUNDERSTORMS WITH A WELL-DEFINED SURFACE CIRCULATION AND MAXIMUM
SUSTAINED SURFACE WINDS OF 74 MPH OR GREATER.

MAJOR HURRICANE...A CATEGORY 3-5 HURRICANE.

SUBTROPICAL CYCLONE...LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM WHICH EXHIBITS
CHARACTERISTICS OF A TROPICAL CYCLONE AND AN EXTRATROPICAL LOW
PRESSURE. IF SUFFICIENTLY STRONG, THESE SYSTEMS ARE NAMED AND CAN
CREATE DANGEROUS CONDITIONS.

POST TROPICAL CYCLONE...FORMER TROPICAL CYCLONE WHICH NO LONGER
EXHIBITS TROPICAL CHARACTERSISTICS.

HURRICANES ARE CATEGORIZED ACCORDING TO THE STRENGTH OF THEIR
WINDS BASED ON THE SAFFIR-SIMPSON HURRICANE WIND SCALE. A CATEGORY
1 STORM HAS THE LOWEST WIND SPEEDS...WHILE A CATEGORY 5 HAS THE
STRONGEST. HOWEVER...THESE ARE RELATIVE TERMS...BECAUSE LOWER
CATEGORY STORMS CAN SOMETIMES PRODUCE GREATER STORM SURGE AND
INFLICT GREATER DAMAGE THAN HIGHER CATEGORY STORMS.

TROPICAL CYCLONES ARE GIVEN NAMES WHEN THEY REACH TROPICAL STORM
STRENGTH. A SIX YEAR ROTATING LIST OF STORM NAMES DETERMINED BY THE
WORLD METEOROLOGICAL ORGANIZATION ALTERNATES BETWEEN MALE AND
FEMALE NAMES. WHEN A TROPICAL CYCLONE PRODUCES SUBSTANTIAL DAMAGE
AND/OR FATALITIES...THE NAME OF THAT TROPICAL CYCLONE IS RETIRED.
NOTABLE RETIRED NAMES INCLUDE CAMILLE...HUGO...ANDREW...KATRINA AND
SANDY.

TROPICAL CYCLONE DEVELOPMENT...

SOME OF THE INGREDIENTS FOR TROPICAL CYCLONES INCLUDE A PRE-EXISTING
WEATHER DISTURBANCE...WARM WATER OF CONSIDERABLE DEPTH...ABUNDANT MOISTURE
AND RELATIVELY LIGHT WINDS IN THE HIGHER LEVELS OF THE ATMOSPHERE.

TROPICAL CYCLONE CLIMATOLOGY...

EACH YEAR...AN AVERAGE OF 12 TROPICAL STORMS DEVELOP OVER THE ATLANTIC
BASIN...WHICH INCLUDES THE ATLANTIC OCEAN...THE CARIBBEAN SEA AND THE
GULF OF MEXICO. OF THESE...6 BECOME HURRICANES...WITH 2 OF THESE
BECOMING MAJOR HURRICANES /CATEGORY 3 OR GREATER/. WHILE MOST TROPICAL
CYCLONES REMAIN OVER THE OPEN WATER AND NEVER IMPACT LAND...ROUGHLY 5
HURRICANES WILL STRIKE THE UNITED STATES COASTLINE FROM TEXAS TO MAINE
ON AVERAGE EVERY 3 YEARS.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON HURRICANES VISIT THE FOLLOWING WEBSITES...

NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER...WWW.HURRICANES.GOV

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHARLESTON...WWW.WEATHER.GOV/CHS/TROPICAL

$$




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TXZ248>257-251100-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BROWNSVILLE TX
549 AM CDT SUN MAY 24 2015

...PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...

...MAY 24TH THROUGH 30TH IS HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK IN TEXAS...

THE HONORABLE GOVERNOR OF TEXAS...GREG ABBOTT...HAS DECLARED MAY
24TH THROUGH 30TH 2015 AS HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK IN TEXAS.

THE FOLLOWING TROPICAL WEATHER TOPICS WILL BE DISCUSSED TODAY AND NEXT
WEEK:

TODAY..................HURRICANE HISTORY
MONDAY.................STORM SURGE
TUESDAY................HIGH WINDS AND TORNADOES
WEDNESDAY..............INLAND FLOODING
THURSDAY...............MARINE IMPACTS
FRIDAY.................PERSONAL PREPAREDNESS TIPS

HURRICANES HAVE BEEN PART OF TEXAS COASTAL HISTORY AS LONG AS THE
STATE HAS BEEN INHABITED.

THE GREAT GALVESTON HURRICANE OF SEPTEMBER 8TH 1900 REMAINS THE
WORST NATURAL DISASTER IN THE UNITED STATES IN NUMBERS OF LIVES
LOST. AN ESTIMATED 8000 PERSONS WERE KILLED IN THE STORM.
AT THE TIME...THE POPULATION OF GALVESTON WAS SLIGHTLY OVER 20
THOUSAND PERSONS.

DRIVEN BY WINDS IN EXCESS OF 125 MPH...RAGING GULF WATERS COVERED
THE ISLAND TO A DEPTH UP TO 15 FEET. WOODEN BUILDINGS FLOATED OFF
PILINGS AND SMASHED INTO ONE ANOTHER.  AS BUILDINGS COLLAPSED AND
DISINTEGRATED...OCCUPANTS WERE THRUST INTO THE WATER AND DROWNED. THE
LOCAL WEATHER OFFICE HAD SOUNDED THE ALARM ON THE PREVIOUS DAY...AND
OVER 10 THOUSAND PEOPLE FLED INLAND TO SAFETY. OF THE 10 THOUSAND
WHO DID NOT EVACUATE...AT LEAST EIGHT IN TEN PERISHED.

WHILE THE RIO GRANDE VALLEY AND DEEP SOUTH TEXAS HAVE RARELY SEEN A
STORM THE MAGNITUDE OF THE GREAT GALVESTON HURRICANE...SEVERAL
SIGNIFICANT EVENTS HAVE AFFECTED THE AREA SINCE THE LATE 19TH
CENTURY.

SEPTEMBER 1886:  NEARLY 26 INCHES OF RAIN INUNDATED THE CITY OF
BROWNSVILLE FROM A STORM THAT INCHED NORTHWARD ALONG THE COAST.

SEPTEMBER 4TH AND 5TH 1933:  A THIRTEEN FOOT STORM SURGE INUNDATED
COASTAL CAMERON COUNTY. ALL DUNES ON SOUTH PADRE ISLAND WERE
LEVELED...AND OVER 40 SEPARATE CUTS WERE PRODUCED BY THE BATTERING
SURF.  IT IS SAID THAT DEVELOPED AREAS ALONG THE COAST WERE
ABANDONED UNTIL AFTER WORLD WAR TWO.  SIGNIFICANT WIND DAMAGE WAS
COMMON ACROSS THE LOWER RIO GRANDE VALLEY...AND WIND GUSTS AS HIGH
AS 125 MPH WERE NOTED IN PORTIONS OF CAMERON COUNTY...CAUSING
COMPLETE DESTRUCTION OF A NUMBER OF HOMES AND BUSINESSES IN
BROWNSVILLE AND HARLINGEN.

SEPTEMBER 20TH 1967 - HURRICANE BEULAH: BEULAH REMAINS THE
SIGNIFICANT STORM OF RECORD FOR LONGTIME RESIDENTS OF THE RIO GRANDE
VALLEY AND DEEP SOUTH TEXAS.  ONE OR MORE IMPACTS FROM
WIND...FLOODING...AND STORM SURGE AFFECTED PEOPLE FROM CAMERON TO
ZAPATA COUNTY.  A SHIP IN THE PORT OF BROWNSVILLE RECORDED WINDS OF
136 MPH...GUSTS TO 109 MPH WERE RECORDED AT THE BROWNSVILLE AIRPORT
BEFORE THE DEVICE WAS BENT...AND GUSTS TO 100 MPH WERE NOTED AS FAR
INLAND AS PHARR AND EDINBURG.  A STORM SURGE OF 8 TO 14 FEET SWEPT
ACROSS SOUTH PADRE ISLAND INTO PORT ISABEL.

THE SLOWING STORM EASED ACROSS WILLACY AND BROOKS COUNTY THEN MOVED
BRIEFLY INTO DUVAL AND WEBB COUNTY BEFORE RETURNING SOUTHWEST AND
DISSIPATING IN NORTHERN MEXICO. BEULAH`S SLOW MOVEMENT AND
RELATIVELY LARGE SIZE DROPPED TREMENDOUS RAINS ACROSS
STARR...HIDALGO...AND BROOKS COUNTY.  AN OVERFLOWING CREEK INUNDATED
FALFURRIAS AND EXCESSIVE WATER FLOWING DOWN THE RIO GRANDE AND INTO
ADJACENT FLOODWAYS FLOOD HOMES TO THEIR ROOFTOPS IN HARLINGEN.

AUGUST 10TH 1980 - HURRICANE ALLEN:  ALLEN...A FORMIDABLE CATEGORY 5
STORM JUST 120 MILES SOUTHEAST OF SOUTH PADRE ISLAND...WEAKENED TO A
CATEGORY 3 JUST PRIOR TO LANDFALL NEAR PORT MANSFIELD AS DRY AIR
INFILTRATED THE CYCLONE.  A BRIEF WIND GUST OF 138 MPH WAS REPORTED
AT PORT MANSFIELD WHERE SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE OCCURRED.  REPORTS HAD
BUILDINGS IN BROWNSVILLE INUNDATED WITH 4 FEET OR WATER...PROBABLY
FROM RAINFALL.  UNINHABITED PADRE ISLAND HAD 68 NEW CUTS FROM THE
IMPRESSIVE STORM SURGE WHICH REACHED 12 FEET AT PORT MANSFIELD AND
LIKELY HIGHER TO THE NORTH. SEVERAL FEET OF WATER PUSHED INTO HOMES
NEAR BOCA CHICA BEACH...AND RAIN...WIND...AND MINOR SURGE DAMAGE WAS
REPORTED TO HOTELS ON SOUTH PADRE ISLAND.

2015 MARKS THE 35TH ANNIVERSARY OF HURRICANE ALLEN...THE NIGHTMARE
THAT ALMOST WAS.

AUGUST 23RD 1999 - HURRICANE BRET: BRET WILL BE REMEMBERED AS THE
STORM THAT SPLIT THE POPULATION CENTERS OF THE LOWER RIO GRANDE
VALLEY AND THE CORPUS CHRISTI AREA.  A DANGEROUS CATEGORY FOUR STORM
JUST PRIOR TO LANDFALL...BRET WEAKENED WHILE APPROACHING THE COAST
AND WEAKENED MORE RAPIDLY SOON AFTER MAKING LANDFALL ON UNINHABITED
PADRE ISLAND IN NORTHERN KENEDY COUNTY.  WHILE BRET`S WORST IMPACTS
LARGELY AFFECTED CATTLE AND MESQUITE...THERE WERE IMPACTS FELT FROM
SARITA TO FALFURRIAS WHERE HURRICANE FORCE WINDS AND MORE THAN A
FOOT OF RAIN CAUSED SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE.  A PEAK GUST OF 98 MPH WAS
RECORDED AT THE BROOKS COUNTY AIRPORT NEAR FALFURRIAS...AND
SUSTAINED WIND OF 73 MPH WERE RECORDED AT THE RINCON DEL SAN JOSE
BUOY ALONG THE LAGUNA MADRE IN SOUTHERN KENEDY COUNTY WITHIN THE
EYEWALL BEFORE THE EQUIPMENT FAILED.

JULY 23RD 2008 - HURRICANE DOLLY:  DOLLY SERVED AS A REMINDER TO THE
RESIDENTS OF THE LOWER TEXAS COASTLINE FOR THE NEED TO REMAIN
VIGILANT DURING EACH AND EVERY HURRICANE SEASON. DOLLY`S WIND AND
TORRENTIAL RAINS CAUSED DAMAGE AND FLOODING ACROSS THE RIO GRANDE
VALLEY TO THE TUNE OF OVER ONE BILLION DOLLARS...MAKING IT THE 4TH
MOST DESTRUCTIVE TEXAS HURRICANE ON RECORD IN RAW VALUE NOT ADJUSTED
FOR INFLATION.

SUSTAINED WINDS FOR MOST WERE LARGELY BELOW HURRICANE FORCE...BUT AN
AREA EXTENDING FROM THE TOWN OF SOUTH PADRE ISLAND THROUGH LAGUNA
VISTA AND PORT ISABEL...RIO HONDO...HARLINGEN...AND SAN BENITO
EXPERIENCED FREQUENT GUSTS TO HURRICANE FORCE AND WIDESPREAD MINOR
TO MODERATE WIND DAMAGE TO ROOFS...POORLY DESIGNED BUILDINGS...
TREES...AND POWER LINES AND POLES. RAINFALL OF 12 TO 18 INCHES OR
MORE PRODUCED WIDESPREAD FLOODING IN CAMERON...HIDALGO...WILLACY...
AND EVEN STARR COUNTY.

SEPTEMBER 12TH AND 13TH 2008 - HURRICANE IKE:  TEXANS AND THE NATION
WILL REMEMBER IKE AS THE STORM THAT SWALLOWED THE BOLIVAR PENINSULA
NORTHEAST OF GALVESTON...LEAVING NOTHING MORE THAN A FEW BUILDINGS
STANDING AFTER A STORM SURGE OF AT LEAST 17 FEET SCRAPED THE AREA
CLEAN.  IKE`S LARGE WINGSPAN DROVE HIGH WATER ACROSS THE ENTIRE GULF
OF MEXICO.  IT WAS IKE WHICH CAUSED SEVERE BEACH EROSION ON THE
SOUTH PADRE ISLAND BEACHES WHICH HAVE FINALLY RECOVERED IN TIME FOR
THE 2009 SEASON. IKE`S INSURED PROPERTY DAMAGE OF 13 BILLION DOLLARS
(2013 ADJUSTED VALUE) DWARFED THE SECOND MOST DAMAGING STORM (ALISON
AT 4.67 BILLION DOLLARS) IN 2001.

JUNE 30TH 2010 - HURRICANE ALEX:  ALEX MADE LANDFALL ABOUT 100 MILES
SOUTH OF BROWNSVILLE. IMPACTS TO THE RIO GRANDE VALLEY WERE
INITIALLY MINOR...WITH A FEW SMALL TORNADOES AND LOCAL FLOODING. THE
REMNANTS OF ALEX MEANDERED THROUGH THE SIERRA MADRE...DUMPING IN
EXCESS OF 50 INCHES OF RAIN WHICH FLOWED INTO THE RIO GRANDE BASIN.
THE RUNOFF REQUIRED DAM RELEASES WHICH SPILLED MILLIONS OF GALLONS
OF WATER INTO THE RIVER...FLOODING RIO GRANDE CITY WITH WATER LEVELS
NOT SEEN IN NEARLY 40 YEARS. THE FLOODWAYS OF THE LOWER VALLEY WERE
OPENED IN EARLY JULY AND WATER UP TO 8 FEET HIGH FLOWED THROUGH THEM
FOR MORE THAN A MONTH.

THE EFFECTS OF A TROPICAL STORM OR HURRICANE CAN GO WELL INLAND PAST
THE TEXAS COAST. HEAVY RAINFALL...FLOODING AND EVEN TORNADOES CAN
OCCUR SEVERAL HUNDRED MILES INTO THE INTERIOR PARTS OF THE STATE.
THAT MAKES THIS WEEK A PERFECT TIME FOR EMERGENCY PLANNERS...CITY
AND COUNTY OFFICIALS...THE MEDIA...AND THE PUBLIC TO PREPARE FOR THE
TROPICAL THREATS. SCHOOLS...HOSPITALS AND NURSING HOMES SHOULD
TEST... REVIEW AND EXERCISE THEIR PLANS AND MAKE CERTAIN THEIR
EMPLOYEES ARE READY. FINALLY...EVERYONE LIVING OR VISITING THE TEXAS
COAST MUST BE PREPARED TO MOVE TO SAFETY IN AN ORGANIZED AND TIMELY
FASHION IF NECESSARY.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION REGARDING HURRICANE HISTORY AND
PREPAREDNESS...PLEASE VISIT THE FOLLOWING WEBSITES /USE LOWER CASE/:

HURRICANE ALEX REVIEW:
HTTP://WEATHER.GOV/RGV/?N=2010EVENT_ALEXINDEX

HURRICANE DOLLY REVIEW:
HTTP:/WEATHER.GOV/RGV/?N=2008EVENT_DOLLYINDEX

HURRICANE IKE REVIEW:
HTTP://WWW.SRH.NOAA.GOV/HGX/?N=PROJECTS_IKE08

A TEXAS HURRICANE HISTORY:
HTTP://WWW.HPC.NCEP.NOAA.GOV/RESEARCH/TXHUR.PDF

BROWNSVILLE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS
HTTP://WEATHER.GOV/RGV/?N=HURRPREP

TEXAS HURRICANE GUIDE, RIO GRANDE VALLEY EDITION (AVAILABLE MAY 31)
HTTP://WWW.SRH.NOAA.GOV/IMAGES/BRO/TROPICAL/GUIDE/2015/ENGLISH.PDF

GUIA OFICIAL DE HURACANES, LA EDICION PARA EL VALLE DEL RIO GRANDE
(DISPONIBLE 31 DE MAYO)
HTTP://WWW.SRH.NOAA.GOV/IMAGES/BRO/TROPICAL/GUIDE/2015/ESPANOL.PDF

NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER PREPAREDNESS PAGE
HTTP://HURRICANES.GOV/PREPARE

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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BROWNSVILLE TX
549 AM CDT SUN MAY 24 2015

...PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...

...MAY 24TH THROUGH 30TH IS HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK IN TEXAS...

THE HONORABLE GOVERNOR OF TEXAS...GREG ABBOTT...HAS DECLARED MAY
24TH THROUGH 30TH 2015 AS HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK IN TEXAS.

THE FOLLOWING TROPICAL WEATHER TOPICS WILL BE DISCUSSED TODAY AND NEXT
WEEK:

TODAY..................HURRICANE HISTORY
MONDAY.................STORM SURGE
TUESDAY................HIGH WINDS AND TORNADOES
WEDNESDAY..............INLAND FLOODING
THURSDAY...............MARINE IMPACTS
FRIDAY.................PERSONAL PREPAREDNESS TIPS

HURRICANES HAVE BEEN PART OF TEXAS COASTAL HISTORY AS LONG AS THE
STATE HAS BEEN INHABITED.

THE GREAT GALVESTON HURRICANE OF SEPTEMBER 8TH 1900 REMAINS THE
WORST NATURAL DISASTER IN THE UNITED STATES IN NUMBERS OF LIVES
LOST. AN ESTIMATED 8000 PERSONS WERE KILLED IN THE STORM.
AT THE TIME...THE POPULATION OF GALVESTON WAS SLIGHTLY OVER 20
THOUSAND PERSONS.

DRIVEN BY WINDS IN EXCESS OF 125 MPH...RAGING GULF WATERS COVERED
THE ISLAND TO A DEPTH UP TO 15 FEET. WOODEN BUILDINGS FLOATED OFF
PILINGS AND SMASHED INTO ONE ANOTHER.  AS BUILDINGS COLLAPSED AND
DISINTEGRATED...OCCUPANTS WERE THRUST INTO THE WATER AND DROWNED. THE
LOCAL WEATHER OFFICE HAD SOUNDED THE ALARM ON THE PREVIOUS DAY...AND
OVER 10 THOUSAND PEOPLE FLED INLAND TO SAFETY. OF THE 10 THOUSAND
WHO DID NOT EVACUATE...AT LEAST EIGHT IN TEN PERISHED.

WHILE THE RIO GRANDE VALLEY AND DEEP SOUTH TEXAS HAVE RARELY SEEN A
STORM THE MAGNITUDE OF THE GREAT GALVESTON HURRICANE...SEVERAL
SIGNIFICANT EVENTS HAVE AFFECTED THE AREA SINCE THE LATE 19TH
CENTURY.

SEPTEMBER 1886:  NEARLY 26 INCHES OF RAIN INUNDATED THE CITY OF
BROWNSVILLE FROM A STORM THAT INCHED NORTHWARD ALONG THE COAST.

SEPTEMBER 4TH AND 5TH 1933:  A THIRTEEN FOOT STORM SURGE INUNDATED
COASTAL CAMERON COUNTY. ALL DUNES ON SOUTH PADRE ISLAND WERE
LEVELED...AND OVER 40 SEPARATE CUTS WERE PRODUCED BY THE BATTERING
SURF.  IT IS SAID THAT DEVELOPED AREAS ALONG THE COAST WERE
ABANDONED UNTIL AFTER WORLD WAR TWO.  SIGNIFICANT WIND DAMAGE WAS
COMMON ACROSS THE LOWER RIO GRANDE VALLEY...AND WIND GUSTS AS HIGH
AS 125 MPH WERE NOTED IN PORTIONS OF CAMERON COUNTY...CAUSING
COMPLETE DESTRUCTION OF A NUMBER OF HOMES AND BUSINESSES IN
BROWNSVILLE AND HARLINGEN.

SEPTEMBER 20TH 1967 - HURRICANE BEULAH: BEULAH REMAINS THE
SIGNIFICANT STORM OF RECORD FOR LONGTIME RESIDENTS OF THE RIO GRANDE
VALLEY AND DEEP SOUTH TEXAS.  ONE OR MORE IMPACTS FROM
WIND...FLOODING...AND STORM SURGE AFFECTED PEOPLE FROM CAMERON TO
ZAPATA COUNTY.  A SHIP IN THE PORT OF BROWNSVILLE RECORDED WINDS OF
136 MPH...GUSTS TO 109 MPH WERE RECORDED AT THE BROWNSVILLE AIRPORT
BEFORE THE DEVICE WAS BENT...AND GUSTS TO 100 MPH WERE NOTED AS FAR
INLAND AS PHARR AND EDINBURG.  A STORM SURGE OF 8 TO 14 FEET SWEPT
ACROSS SOUTH PADRE ISLAND INTO PORT ISABEL.

THE SLOWING STORM EASED ACROSS WILLACY AND BROOKS COUNTY THEN MOVED
BRIEFLY INTO DUVAL AND WEBB COUNTY BEFORE RETURNING SOUTHWEST AND
DISSIPATING IN NORTHERN MEXICO. BEULAH`S SLOW MOVEMENT AND
RELATIVELY LARGE SIZE DROPPED TREMENDOUS RAINS ACROSS
STARR...HIDALGO...AND BROOKS COUNTY.  AN OVERFLOWING CREEK INUNDATED
FALFURRIAS AND EXCESSIVE WATER FLOWING DOWN THE RIO GRANDE AND INTO
ADJACENT FLOODWAYS FLOOD HOMES TO THEIR ROOFTOPS IN HARLINGEN.

AUGUST 10TH 1980 - HURRICANE ALLEN:  ALLEN...A FORMIDABLE CATEGORY 5
STORM JUST 120 MILES SOUTHEAST OF SOUTH PADRE ISLAND...WEAKENED TO A
CATEGORY 3 JUST PRIOR TO LANDFALL NEAR PORT MANSFIELD AS DRY AIR
INFILTRATED THE CYCLONE.  A BRIEF WIND GUST OF 138 MPH WAS REPORTED
AT PORT MANSFIELD WHERE SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE OCCURRED.  REPORTS HAD
BUILDINGS IN BROWNSVILLE INUNDATED WITH 4 FEET OR WATER...PROBABLY
FROM RAINFALL.  UNINHABITED PADRE ISLAND HAD 68 NEW CUTS FROM THE
IMPRESSIVE STORM SURGE WHICH REACHED 12 FEET AT PORT MANSFIELD AND
LIKELY HIGHER TO THE NORTH. SEVERAL FEET OF WATER PUSHED INTO HOMES
NEAR BOCA CHICA BEACH...AND RAIN...WIND...AND MINOR SURGE DAMAGE WAS
REPORTED TO HOTELS ON SOUTH PADRE ISLAND.

2015 MARKS THE 35TH ANNIVERSARY OF HURRICANE ALLEN...THE NIGHTMARE
THAT ALMOST WAS.

AUGUST 23RD 1999 - HURRICANE BRET: BRET WILL BE REMEMBERED AS THE
STORM THAT SPLIT THE POPULATION CENTERS OF THE LOWER RIO GRANDE
VALLEY AND THE CORPUS CHRISTI AREA.  A DANGEROUS CATEGORY FOUR STORM
JUST PRIOR TO LANDFALL...BRET WEAKENED WHILE APPROACHING THE COAST
AND WEAKENED MORE RAPIDLY SOON AFTER MAKING LANDFALL ON UNINHABITED
PADRE ISLAND IN NORTHERN KENEDY COUNTY.  WHILE BRET`S WORST IMPACTS
LARGELY AFFECTED CATTLE AND MESQUITE...THERE WERE IMPACTS FELT FROM
SARITA TO FALFURRIAS WHERE HURRICANE FORCE WINDS AND MORE THAN A
FOOT OF RAIN CAUSED SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE.  A PEAK GUST OF 98 MPH WAS
RECORDED AT THE BROOKS COUNTY AIRPORT NEAR FALFURRIAS...AND
SUSTAINED WIND OF 73 MPH WERE RECORDED AT THE RINCON DEL SAN JOSE
BUOY ALONG THE LAGUNA MADRE IN SOUTHERN KENEDY COUNTY WITHIN THE
EYEWALL BEFORE THE EQUIPMENT FAILED.

JULY 23RD 2008 - HURRICANE DOLLY:  DOLLY SERVED AS A REMINDER TO THE
RESIDENTS OF THE LOWER TEXAS COASTLINE FOR THE NEED TO REMAIN
VIGILANT DURING EACH AND EVERY HURRICANE SEASON. DOLLY`S WIND AND
TORRENTIAL RAINS CAUSED DAMAGE AND FLOODING ACROSS THE RIO GRANDE
VALLEY TO THE TUNE OF OVER ONE BILLION DOLLARS...MAKING IT THE 4TH
MOST DESTRUCTIVE TEXAS HURRICANE ON RECORD IN RAW VALUE NOT ADJUSTED
FOR INFLATION.

SUSTAINED WINDS FOR MOST WERE LARGELY BELOW HURRICANE FORCE...BUT AN
AREA EXTENDING FROM THE TOWN OF SOUTH PADRE ISLAND THROUGH LAGUNA
VISTA AND PORT ISABEL...RIO HONDO...HARLINGEN...AND SAN BENITO
EXPERIENCED FREQUENT GUSTS TO HURRICANE FORCE AND WIDESPREAD MINOR
TO MODERATE WIND DAMAGE TO ROOFS...POORLY DESIGNED BUILDINGS...
TREES...AND POWER LINES AND POLES. RAINFALL OF 12 TO 18 INCHES OR
MORE PRODUCED WIDESPREAD FLOODING IN CAMERON...HIDALGO...WILLACY...
AND EVEN STARR COUNTY.

SEPTEMBER 12TH AND 13TH 2008 - HURRICANE IKE:  TEXANS AND THE NATION
WILL REMEMBER IKE AS THE STORM THAT SWALLOWED THE BOLIVAR PENINSULA
NORTHEAST OF GALVESTON...LEAVING NOTHING MORE THAN A FEW BUILDINGS
STANDING AFTER A STORM SURGE OF AT LEAST 17 FEET SCRAPED THE AREA
CLEAN.  IKE`S LARGE WINGSPAN DROVE HIGH WATER ACROSS THE ENTIRE GULF
OF MEXICO.  IT WAS IKE WHICH CAUSED SEVERE BEACH EROSION ON THE
SOUTH PADRE ISLAND BEACHES WHICH HAVE FINALLY RECOVERED IN TIME FOR
THE 2009 SEASON. IKE`S INSURED PROPERTY DAMAGE OF 13 BILLION DOLLARS
(2013 ADJUSTED VALUE) DWARFED THE SECOND MOST DAMAGING STORM (ALISON
AT 4.67 BILLION DOLLARS) IN 2001.

JUNE 30TH 2010 - HURRICANE ALEX:  ALEX MADE LANDFALL ABOUT 100 MILES
SOUTH OF BROWNSVILLE. IMPACTS TO THE RIO GRANDE VALLEY WERE
INITIALLY MINOR...WITH A FEW SMALL TORNADOES AND LOCAL FLOODING. THE
REMNANTS OF ALEX MEANDERED THROUGH THE SIERRA MADRE...DUMPING IN
EXCESS OF 50 INCHES OF RAIN WHICH FLOWED INTO THE RIO GRANDE BASIN.
THE RUNOFF REQUIRED DAM RELEASES WHICH SPILLED MILLIONS OF GALLONS
OF WATER INTO THE RIVER...FLOODING RIO GRANDE CITY WITH WATER LEVELS
NOT SEEN IN NEARLY 40 YEARS. THE FLOODWAYS OF THE LOWER VALLEY WERE
OPENED IN EARLY JULY AND WATER UP TO 8 FEET HIGH FLOWED THROUGH THEM
FOR MORE THAN A MONTH.

THE EFFECTS OF A TROPICAL STORM OR HURRICANE CAN GO WELL INLAND PAST
THE TEXAS COAST. HEAVY RAINFALL...FLOODING AND EVEN TORNADOES CAN
OCCUR SEVERAL HUNDRED MILES INTO THE INTERIOR PARTS OF THE STATE.
THAT MAKES THIS WEEK A PERFECT TIME FOR EMERGENCY PLANNERS...CITY
AND COUNTY OFFICIALS...THE MEDIA...AND THE PUBLIC TO PREPARE FOR THE
TROPICAL THREATS. SCHOOLS...HOSPITALS AND NURSING HOMES SHOULD
TEST... REVIEW AND EXERCISE THEIR PLANS AND MAKE CERTAIN THEIR
EMPLOYEES ARE READY. FINALLY...EVERYONE LIVING OR VISITING THE TEXAS
COAST MUST BE PREPARED TO MOVE TO SAFETY IN AN ORGANIZED AND TIMELY
FASHION IF NECESSARY.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION REGARDING HURRICANE HISTORY AND
PREPAREDNESS...PLEASE VISIT THE FOLLOWING WEBSITES /USE LOWER CASE/:

HURRICANE ALEX REVIEW:
HTTP://WEATHER.GOV/RGV/?N=2010EVENT_ALEXINDEX

HURRICANE DOLLY REVIEW:
HTTP:/WEATHER.GOV/RGV/?N=2008EVENT_DOLLYINDEX

HURRICANE IKE REVIEW:
HTTP://WWW.SRH.NOAA.GOV/HGX/?N=PROJECTS_IKE08

A TEXAS HURRICANE HISTORY:
HTTP://WWW.HPC.NCEP.NOAA.GOV/RESEARCH/TXHUR.PDF

BROWNSVILLE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS
HTTP://WEATHER.GOV/RGV/?N=HURRPREP

TEXAS HURRICANE GUIDE, RIO GRANDE VALLEY EDITION (AVAILABLE MAY 31)
HTTP://WWW.SRH.NOAA.GOV/IMAGES/BRO/TROPICAL/GUIDE/2015/ENGLISH.PDF

GUIA OFICIAL DE HURACANES, LA EDICION PARA EL VALLE DEL RIO GRANDE
(DISPONIBLE 31 DE MAYO)
HTTP://WWW.SRH.NOAA.GOV/IMAGES/BRO/TROPICAL/GUIDE/2015/ESPANOL.PDF

NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER PREPAREDNESS PAGE
HTTP://HURRICANES.GOV/PREPARE

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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BROWNSVILLE TX
549 AM CDT SUN MAY 24 2015

...PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...

...MAY 24TH THROUGH 30TH IS HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK IN TEXAS...

THE HONORABLE GOVERNOR OF TEXAS...GREG ABBOTT...HAS DECLARED MAY
24TH THROUGH 30TH 2015 AS HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK IN TEXAS.

THE FOLLOWING TROPICAL WEATHER TOPICS WILL BE DISCUSSED TODAY AND NEXT
WEEK:

TODAY..................HURRICANE HISTORY
MONDAY.................STORM SURGE
TUESDAY................HIGH WINDS AND TORNADOES
WEDNESDAY..............INLAND FLOODING
THURSDAY...............MARINE IMPACTS
FRIDAY.................PERSONAL PREPAREDNESS TIPS

HURRICANES HAVE BEEN PART OF TEXAS COASTAL HISTORY AS LONG AS THE
STATE HAS BEEN INHABITED.

THE GREAT GALVESTON HURRICANE OF SEPTEMBER 8TH 1900 REMAINS THE
WORST NATURAL DISASTER IN THE UNITED STATES IN NUMBERS OF LIVES
LOST. AN ESTIMATED 8000 PERSONS WERE KILLED IN THE STORM.
AT THE TIME...THE POPULATION OF GALVESTON WAS SLIGHTLY OVER 20
THOUSAND PERSONS.

DRIVEN BY WINDS IN EXCESS OF 125 MPH...RAGING GULF WATERS COVERED
THE ISLAND TO A DEPTH UP TO 15 FEET. WOODEN BUILDINGS FLOATED OFF
PILINGS AND SMASHED INTO ONE ANOTHER.  AS BUILDINGS COLLAPSED AND
DISINTEGRATED...OCCUPANTS WERE THRUST INTO THE WATER AND DROWNED. THE
LOCAL WEATHER OFFICE HAD SOUNDED THE ALARM ON THE PREVIOUS DAY...AND
OVER 10 THOUSAND PEOPLE FLED INLAND TO SAFETY. OF THE 10 THOUSAND
WHO DID NOT EVACUATE...AT LEAST EIGHT IN TEN PERISHED.

WHILE THE RIO GRANDE VALLEY AND DEEP SOUTH TEXAS HAVE RARELY SEEN A
STORM THE MAGNITUDE OF THE GREAT GALVESTON HURRICANE...SEVERAL
SIGNIFICANT EVENTS HAVE AFFECTED THE AREA SINCE THE LATE 19TH
CENTURY.

SEPTEMBER 1886:  NEARLY 26 INCHES OF RAIN INUNDATED THE CITY OF
BROWNSVILLE FROM A STORM THAT INCHED NORTHWARD ALONG THE COAST.

SEPTEMBER 4TH AND 5TH 1933:  A THIRTEEN FOOT STORM SURGE INUNDATED
COASTAL CAMERON COUNTY. ALL DUNES ON SOUTH PADRE ISLAND WERE
LEVELED...AND OVER 40 SEPARATE CUTS WERE PRODUCED BY THE BATTERING
SURF.  IT IS SAID THAT DEVELOPED AREAS ALONG THE COAST WERE
ABANDONED UNTIL AFTER WORLD WAR TWO.  SIGNIFICANT WIND DAMAGE WAS
COMMON ACROSS THE LOWER RIO GRANDE VALLEY...AND WIND GUSTS AS HIGH
AS 125 MPH WERE NOTED IN PORTIONS OF CAMERON COUNTY...CAUSING
COMPLETE DESTRUCTION OF A NUMBER OF HOMES AND BUSINESSES IN
BROWNSVILLE AND HARLINGEN.

SEPTEMBER 20TH 1967 - HURRICANE BEULAH: BEULAH REMAINS THE
SIGNIFICANT STORM OF RECORD FOR LONGTIME RESIDENTS OF THE RIO GRANDE
VALLEY AND DEEP SOUTH TEXAS.  ONE OR MORE IMPACTS FROM
WIND...FLOODING...AND STORM SURGE AFFECTED PEOPLE FROM CAMERON TO
ZAPATA COUNTY.  A SHIP IN THE PORT OF BROWNSVILLE RECORDED WINDS OF
136 MPH...GUSTS TO 109 MPH WERE RECORDED AT THE BROWNSVILLE AIRPORT
BEFORE THE DEVICE WAS BENT...AND GUSTS TO 100 MPH WERE NOTED AS FAR
INLAND AS PHARR AND EDINBURG.  A STORM SURGE OF 8 TO 14 FEET SWEPT
ACROSS SOUTH PADRE ISLAND INTO PORT ISABEL.

THE SLOWING STORM EASED ACROSS WILLACY AND BROOKS COUNTY THEN MOVED
BRIEFLY INTO DUVAL AND WEBB COUNTY BEFORE RETURNING SOUTHWEST AND
DISSIPATING IN NORTHERN MEXICO. BEULAH`S SLOW MOVEMENT AND
RELATIVELY LARGE SIZE DROPPED TREMENDOUS RAINS ACROSS
STARR...HIDALGO...AND BROOKS COUNTY.  AN OVERFLOWING CREEK INUNDATED
FALFURRIAS AND EXCESSIVE WATER FLOWING DOWN THE RIO GRANDE AND INTO
ADJACENT FLOODWAYS FLOOD HOMES TO THEIR ROOFTOPS IN HARLINGEN.

AUGUST 10TH 1980 - HURRICANE ALLEN:  ALLEN...A FORMIDABLE CATEGORY 5
STORM JUST 120 MILES SOUTHEAST OF SOUTH PADRE ISLAND...WEAKENED TO A
CATEGORY 3 JUST PRIOR TO LANDFALL NEAR PORT MANSFIELD AS DRY AIR
INFILTRATED THE CYCLONE.  A BRIEF WIND GUST OF 138 MPH WAS REPORTED
AT PORT MANSFIELD WHERE SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE OCCURRED.  REPORTS HAD
BUILDINGS IN BROWNSVILLE INUNDATED WITH 4 FEET OR WATER...PROBABLY
FROM RAINFALL.  UNINHABITED PADRE ISLAND HAD 68 NEW CUTS FROM THE
IMPRESSIVE STORM SURGE WHICH REACHED 12 FEET AT PORT MANSFIELD AND
LIKELY HIGHER TO THE NORTH. SEVERAL FEET OF WATER PUSHED INTO HOMES
NEAR BOCA CHICA BEACH...AND RAIN...WIND...AND MINOR SURGE DAMAGE WAS
REPORTED TO HOTELS ON SOUTH PADRE ISLAND.

2015 MARKS THE 35TH ANNIVERSARY OF HURRICANE ALLEN...THE NIGHTMARE
THAT ALMOST WAS.

AUGUST 23RD 1999 - HURRICANE BRET: BRET WILL BE REMEMBERED AS THE
STORM THAT SPLIT THE POPULATION CENTERS OF THE LOWER RIO GRANDE
VALLEY AND THE CORPUS CHRISTI AREA.  A DANGEROUS CATEGORY FOUR STORM
JUST PRIOR TO LANDFALL...BRET WEAKENED WHILE APPROACHING THE COAST
AND WEAKENED MORE RAPIDLY SOON AFTER MAKING LANDFALL ON UNINHABITED
PADRE ISLAND IN NORTHERN KENEDY COUNTY.  WHILE BRET`S WORST IMPACTS
LARGELY AFFECTED CATTLE AND MESQUITE...THERE WERE IMPACTS FELT FROM
SARITA TO FALFURRIAS WHERE HURRICANE FORCE WINDS AND MORE THAN A
FOOT OF RAIN CAUSED SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE.  A PEAK GUST OF 98 MPH WAS
RECORDED AT THE BROOKS COUNTY AIRPORT NEAR FALFURRIAS...AND
SUSTAINED WIND OF 73 MPH WERE RECORDED AT THE RINCON DEL SAN JOSE
BUOY ALONG THE LAGUNA MADRE IN SOUTHERN KENEDY COUNTY WITHIN THE
EYEWALL BEFORE THE EQUIPMENT FAILED.

JULY 23RD 2008 - HURRICANE DOLLY:  DOLLY SERVED AS A REMINDER TO THE
RESIDENTS OF THE LOWER TEXAS COASTLINE FOR THE NEED TO REMAIN
VIGILANT DURING EACH AND EVERY HURRICANE SEASON. DOLLY`S WIND AND
TORRENTIAL RAINS CAUSED DAMAGE AND FLOODING ACROSS THE RIO GRANDE
VALLEY TO THE TUNE OF OVER ONE BILLION DOLLARS...MAKING IT THE 4TH
MOST DESTRUCTIVE TEXAS HURRICANE ON RECORD IN RAW VALUE NOT ADJUSTED
FOR INFLATION.

SUSTAINED WINDS FOR MOST WERE LARGELY BELOW HURRICANE FORCE...BUT AN
AREA EXTENDING FROM THE TOWN OF SOUTH PADRE ISLAND THROUGH LAGUNA
VISTA AND PORT ISABEL...RIO HONDO...HARLINGEN...AND SAN BENITO
EXPERIENCED FREQUENT GUSTS TO HURRICANE FORCE AND WIDESPREAD MINOR
TO MODERATE WIND DAMAGE TO ROOFS...POORLY DESIGNED BUILDINGS...
TREES...AND POWER LINES AND POLES. RAINFALL OF 12 TO 18 INCHES OR
MORE PRODUCED WIDESPREAD FLOODING IN CAMERON...HIDALGO...WILLACY...
AND EVEN STARR COUNTY.

SEPTEMBER 12TH AND 13TH 2008 - HURRICANE IKE:  TEXANS AND THE NATION
WILL REMEMBER IKE AS THE STORM THAT SWALLOWED THE BOLIVAR PENINSULA
NORTHEAST OF GALVESTON...LEAVING NOTHING MORE THAN A FEW BUILDINGS
STANDING AFTER A STORM SURGE OF AT LEAST 17 FEET SCRAPED THE AREA
CLEAN.  IKE`S LARGE WINGSPAN DROVE HIGH WATER ACROSS THE ENTIRE GULF
OF MEXICO.  IT WAS IKE WHICH CAUSED SEVERE BEACH EROSION ON THE
SOUTH PADRE ISLAND BEACHES WHICH HAVE FINALLY RECOVERED IN TIME FOR
THE 2009 SEASON. IKE`S INSURED PROPERTY DAMAGE OF 13 BILLION DOLLARS
(2013 ADJUSTED VALUE) DWARFED THE SECOND MOST DAMAGING STORM (ALISON
AT 4.67 BILLION DOLLARS) IN 2001.

JUNE 30TH 2010 - HURRICANE ALEX:  ALEX MADE LANDFALL ABOUT 100 MILES
SOUTH OF BROWNSVILLE. IMPACTS TO THE RIO GRANDE VALLEY WERE
INITIALLY MINOR...WITH A FEW SMALL TORNADOES AND LOCAL FLOODING. THE
REMNANTS OF ALEX MEANDERED THROUGH THE SIERRA MADRE...DUMPING IN
EXCESS OF 50 INCHES OF RAIN WHICH FLOWED INTO THE RIO GRANDE BASIN.
THE RUNOFF REQUIRED DAM RELEASES WHICH SPILLED MILLIONS OF GALLONS
OF WATER INTO THE RIVER...FLOODING RIO GRANDE CITY WITH WATER LEVELS
NOT SEEN IN NEARLY 40 YEARS. THE FLOODWAYS OF THE LOWER VALLEY WERE
OPENED IN EARLY JULY AND WATER UP TO 8 FEET HIGH FLOWED THROUGH THEM
FOR MORE THAN A MONTH.

THE EFFECTS OF A TROPICAL STORM OR HURRICANE CAN GO WELL INLAND PAST
THE TEXAS COAST. HEAVY RAINFALL...FLOODING AND EVEN TORNADOES CAN
OCCUR SEVERAL HUNDRED MILES INTO THE INTERIOR PARTS OF THE STATE.
THAT MAKES THIS WEEK A PERFECT TIME FOR EMERGENCY PLANNERS...CITY
AND COUNTY OFFICIALS...THE MEDIA...AND THE PUBLIC TO PREPARE FOR THE
TROPICAL THREATS. SCHOOLS...HOSPITALS AND NURSING HOMES SHOULD
TEST... REVIEW AND EXERCISE THEIR PLANS AND MAKE CERTAIN THEIR
EMPLOYEES ARE READY. FINALLY...EVERYONE LIVING OR VISITING THE TEXAS
COAST MUST BE PREPARED TO MOVE TO SAFETY IN AN ORGANIZED AND TIMELY
FASHION IF NECESSARY.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION REGARDING HURRICANE HISTORY AND
PREPAREDNESS...PLEASE VISIT THE FOLLOWING WEBSITES /USE LOWER CASE/:

HURRICANE ALEX REVIEW:
HTTP://WEATHER.GOV/RGV/?N=2010EVENT_ALEXINDEX

HURRICANE DOLLY REVIEW:
HTTP:/WEATHER.GOV/RGV/?N=2008EVENT_DOLLYINDEX

HURRICANE IKE REVIEW:
HTTP://WWW.SRH.NOAA.GOV/HGX/?N=PROJECTS_IKE08

A TEXAS HURRICANE HISTORY:
HTTP://WWW.HPC.NCEP.NOAA.GOV/RESEARCH/TXHUR.PDF

BROWNSVILLE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS
HTTP://WEATHER.GOV/RGV/?N=HURRPREP

TEXAS HURRICANE GUIDE, RIO GRANDE VALLEY EDITION (AVAILABLE MAY 31)
HTTP://WWW.SRH.NOAA.GOV/IMAGES/BRO/TROPICAL/GUIDE/2015/ENGLISH.PDF

GUIA OFICIAL DE HURACANES, LA EDICION PARA EL VALLE DEL RIO GRANDE
(DISPONIBLE 31 DE MAYO)
HTTP://WWW.SRH.NOAA.GOV/IMAGES/BRO/TROPICAL/GUIDE/2015/ESPANOL.PDF

NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER PREPAREDNESS PAGE
HTTP://HURRICANES.GOV/PREPARE

$$


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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BROWNSVILLE TX
549 AM CDT SUN MAY 24 2015

...PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...

...MAY 24TH THROUGH 30TH IS HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK IN TEXAS...

THE HONORABLE GOVERNOR OF TEXAS...GREG ABBOTT...HAS DECLARED MAY
24TH THROUGH 30TH 2015 AS HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK IN TEXAS.

THE FOLLOWING TROPICAL WEATHER TOPICS WILL BE DISCUSSED TODAY AND NEXT
WEEK:

TODAY..................HURRICANE HISTORY
MONDAY.................STORM SURGE
TUESDAY................HIGH WINDS AND TORNADOES
WEDNESDAY..............INLAND FLOODING
THURSDAY...............MARINE IMPACTS
FRIDAY.................PERSONAL PREPAREDNESS TIPS

HURRICANES HAVE BEEN PART OF TEXAS COASTAL HISTORY AS LONG AS THE
STATE HAS BEEN INHABITED.

THE GREAT GALVESTON HURRICANE OF SEPTEMBER 8TH 1900 REMAINS THE
WORST NATURAL DISASTER IN THE UNITED STATES IN NUMBERS OF LIVES
LOST. AN ESTIMATED 8000 PERSONS WERE KILLED IN THE STORM.
AT THE TIME...THE POPULATION OF GALVESTON WAS SLIGHTLY OVER 20
THOUSAND PERSONS.

DRIVEN BY WINDS IN EXCESS OF 125 MPH...RAGING GULF WATERS COVERED
THE ISLAND TO A DEPTH UP TO 15 FEET. WOODEN BUILDINGS FLOATED OFF
PILINGS AND SMASHED INTO ONE ANOTHER.  AS BUILDINGS COLLAPSED AND
DISINTEGRATED...OCCUPANTS WERE THRUST INTO THE WATER AND DROWNED. THE
LOCAL WEATHER OFFICE HAD SOUNDED THE ALARM ON THE PREVIOUS DAY...AND
OVER 10 THOUSAND PEOPLE FLED INLAND TO SAFETY. OF THE 10 THOUSAND
WHO DID NOT EVACUATE...AT LEAST EIGHT IN TEN PERISHED.

WHILE THE RIO GRANDE VALLEY AND DEEP SOUTH TEXAS HAVE RARELY SEEN A
STORM THE MAGNITUDE OF THE GREAT GALVESTON HURRICANE...SEVERAL
SIGNIFICANT EVENTS HAVE AFFECTED THE AREA SINCE THE LATE 19TH
CENTURY.

SEPTEMBER 1886:  NEARLY 26 INCHES OF RAIN INUNDATED THE CITY OF
BROWNSVILLE FROM A STORM THAT INCHED NORTHWARD ALONG THE COAST.

SEPTEMBER 4TH AND 5TH 1933:  A THIRTEEN FOOT STORM SURGE INUNDATED
COASTAL CAMERON COUNTY. ALL DUNES ON SOUTH PADRE ISLAND WERE
LEVELED...AND OVER 40 SEPARATE CUTS WERE PRODUCED BY THE BATTERING
SURF.  IT IS SAID THAT DEVELOPED AREAS ALONG THE COAST WERE
ABANDONED UNTIL AFTER WORLD WAR TWO.  SIGNIFICANT WIND DAMAGE WAS
COMMON ACROSS THE LOWER RIO GRANDE VALLEY...AND WIND GUSTS AS HIGH
AS 125 MPH WERE NOTED IN PORTIONS OF CAMERON COUNTY...CAUSING
COMPLETE DESTRUCTION OF A NUMBER OF HOMES AND BUSINESSES IN
BROWNSVILLE AND HARLINGEN.

SEPTEMBER 20TH 1967 - HURRICANE BEULAH: BEULAH REMAINS THE
SIGNIFICANT STORM OF RECORD FOR LONGTIME RESIDENTS OF THE RIO GRANDE
VALLEY AND DEEP SOUTH TEXAS.  ONE OR MORE IMPACTS FROM
WIND...FLOODING...AND STORM SURGE AFFECTED PEOPLE FROM CAMERON TO
ZAPATA COUNTY.  A SHIP IN THE PORT OF BROWNSVILLE RECORDED WINDS OF
136 MPH...GUSTS TO 109 MPH WERE RECORDED AT THE BROWNSVILLE AIRPORT
BEFORE THE DEVICE WAS BENT...AND GUSTS TO 100 MPH WERE NOTED AS FAR
INLAND AS PHARR AND EDINBURG.  A STORM SURGE OF 8 TO 14 FEET SWEPT
ACROSS SOUTH PADRE ISLAND INTO PORT ISABEL.

THE SLOWING STORM EASED ACROSS WILLACY AND BROOKS COUNTY THEN MOVED
BRIEFLY INTO DUVAL AND WEBB COUNTY BEFORE RETURNING SOUTHWEST AND
DISSIPATING IN NORTHERN MEXICO. BEULAH`S SLOW MOVEMENT AND
RELATIVELY LARGE SIZE DROPPED TREMENDOUS RAINS ACROSS
STARR...HIDALGO...AND BROOKS COUNTY.  AN OVERFLOWING CREEK INUNDATED
FALFURRIAS AND EXCESSIVE WATER FLOWING DOWN THE RIO GRANDE AND INTO
ADJACENT FLOODWAYS FLOOD HOMES TO THEIR ROOFTOPS IN HARLINGEN.

AUGUST 10TH 1980 - HURRICANE ALLEN:  ALLEN...A FORMIDABLE CATEGORY 5
STORM JUST 120 MILES SOUTHEAST OF SOUTH PADRE ISLAND...WEAKENED TO A
CATEGORY 3 JUST PRIOR TO LANDFALL NEAR PORT MANSFIELD AS DRY AIR
INFILTRATED THE CYCLONE.  A BRIEF WIND GUST OF 138 MPH WAS REPORTED
AT PORT MANSFIELD WHERE SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE OCCURRED.  REPORTS HAD
BUILDINGS IN BROWNSVILLE INUNDATED WITH 4 FEET OR WATER...PROBABLY
FROM RAINFALL.  UNINHABITED PADRE ISLAND HAD 68 NEW CUTS FROM THE
IMPRESSIVE STORM SURGE WHICH REACHED 12 FEET AT PORT MANSFIELD AND
LIKELY HIGHER TO THE NORTH. SEVERAL FEET OF WATER PUSHED INTO HOMES
NEAR BOCA CHICA BEACH...AND RAIN...WIND...AND MINOR SURGE DAMAGE WAS
REPORTED TO HOTELS ON SOUTH PADRE ISLAND.

2015 MARKS THE 35TH ANNIVERSARY OF HURRICANE ALLEN...THE NIGHTMARE
THAT ALMOST WAS.

AUGUST 23RD 1999 - HURRICANE BRET: BRET WILL BE REMEMBERED AS THE
STORM THAT SPLIT THE POPULATION CENTERS OF THE LOWER RIO GRANDE
VALLEY AND THE CORPUS CHRISTI AREA.  A DANGEROUS CATEGORY FOUR STORM
JUST PRIOR TO LANDFALL...BRET WEAKENED WHILE APPROACHING THE COAST
AND WEAKENED MORE RAPIDLY SOON AFTER MAKING LANDFALL ON UNINHABITED
PADRE ISLAND IN NORTHERN KENEDY COUNTY.  WHILE BRET`S WORST IMPACTS
LARGELY AFFECTED CATTLE AND MESQUITE...THERE WERE IMPACTS FELT FROM
SARITA TO FALFURRIAS WHERE HURRICANE FORCE WINDS AND MORE THAN A
FOOT OF RAIN CAUSED SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE.  A PEAK GUST OF 98 MPH WAS
RECORDED AT THE BROOKS COUNTY AIRPORT NEAR FALFURRIAS...AND
SUSTAINED WIND OF 73 MPH WERE RECORDED AT THE RINCON DEL SAN JOSE
BUOY ALONG THE LAGUNA MADRE IN SOUTHERN KENEDY COUNTY WITHIN THE
EYEWALL BEFORE THE EQUIPMENT FAILED.

JULY 23RD 2008 - HURRICANE DOLLY:  DOLLY SERVED AS A REMINDER TO THE
RESIDENTS OF THE LOWER TEXAS COASTLINE FOR THE NEED TO REMAIN
VIGILANT DURING EACH AND EVERY HURRICANE SEASON. DOLLY`S WIND AND
TORRENTIAL RAINS CAUSED DAMAGE AND FLOODING ACROSS THE RIO GRANDE
VALLEY TO THE TUNE OF OVER ONE BILLION DOLLARS...MAKING IT THE 4TH
MOST DESTRUCTIVE TEXAS HURRICANE ON RECORD IN RAW VALUE NOT ADJUSTED
FOR INFLATION.

SUSTAINED WINDS FOR MOST WERE LARGELY BELOW HURRICANE FORCE...BUT AN
AREA EXTENDING FROM THE TOWN OF SOUTH PADRE ISLAND THROUGH LAGUNA
VISTA AND PORT ISABEL...RIO HONDO...HARLINGEN...AND SAN BENITO
EXPERIENCED FREQUENT GUSTS TO HURRICANE FORCE AND WIDESPREAD MINOR
TO MODERATE WIND DAMAGE TO ROOFS...POORLY DESIGNED BUILDINGS...
TREES...AND POWER LINES AND POLES. RAINFALL OF 12 TO 18 INCHES OR
MORE PRODUCED WIDESPREAD FLOODING IN CAMERON...HIDALGO...WILLACY...
AND EVEN STARR COUNTY.

SEPTEMBER 12TH AND 13TH 2008 - HURRICANE IKE:  TEXANS AND THE NATION
WILL REMEMBER IKE AS THE STORM THAT SWALLOWED THE BOLIVAR PENINSULA
NORTHEAST OF GALVESTON...LEAVING NOTHING MORE THAN A FEW BUILDINGS
STANDING AFTER A STORM SURGE OF AT LEAST 17 FEET SCRAPED THE AREA
CLEAN.  IKE`S LARGE WINGSPAN DROVE HIGH WATER ACROSS THE ENTIRE GULF
OF MEXICO.  IT WAS IKE WHICH CAUSED SEVERE BEACH EROSION ON THE
SOUTH PADRE ISLAND BEACHES WHICH HAVE FINALLY RECOVERED IN TIME FOR
THE 2009 SEASON. IKE`S INSURED PROPERTY DAMAGE OF 13 BILLION DOLLARS
(2013 ADJUSTED VALUE) DWARFED THE SECOND MOST DAMAGING STORM (ALISON
AT 4.67 BILLION DOLLARS) IN 2001.

JUNE 30TH 2010 - HURRICANE ALEX:  ALEX MADE LANDFALL ABOUT 100 MILES
SOUTH OF BROWNSVILLE. IMPACTS TO THE RIO GRANDE VALLEY WERE
INITIALLY MINOR...WITH A FEW SMALL TORNADOES AND LOCAL FLOODING. THE
REMNANTS OF ALEX MEANDERED THROUGH THE SIERRA MADRE...DUMPING IN
EXCESS OF 50 INCHES OF RAIN WHICH FLOWED INTO THE RIO GRANDE BASIN.
THE RUNOFF REQUIRED DAM RELEASES WHICH SPILLED MILLIONS OF GALLONS
OF WATER INTO THE RIVER...FLOODING RIO GRANDE CITY WITH WATER LEVELS
NOT SEEN IN NEARLY 40 YEARS. THE FLOODWAYS OF THE LOWER VALLEY WERE
OPENED IN EARLY JULY AND WATER UP TO 8 FEET HIGH FLOWED THROUGH THEM
FOR MORE THAN A MONTH.

THE EFFECTS OF A TROPICAL STORM OR HURRICANE CAN GO WELL INLAND PAST
THE TEXAS COAST. HEAVY RAINFALL...FLOODING AND EVEN TORNADOES CAN
OCCUR SEVERAL HUNDRED MILES INTO THE INTERIOR PARTS OF THE STATE.
THAT MAKES THIS WEEK A PERFECT TIME FOR EMERGENCY PLANNERS...CITY
AND COUNTY OFFICIALS...THE MEDIA...AND THE PUBLIC TO PREPARE FOR THE
TROPICAL THREATS. SCHOOLS...HOSPITALS AND NURSING HOMES SHOULD
TEST... REVIEW AND EXERCISE THEIR PLANS AND MAKE CERTAIN THEIR
EMPLOYEES ARE READY. FINALLY...EVERYONE LIVING OR VISITING THE TEXAS
COAST MUST BE PREPARED TO MOVE TO SAFETY IN AN ORGANIZED AND TIMELY
FASHION IF NECESSARY.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION REGARDING HURRICANE HISTORY AND
PREPAREDNESS...PLEASE VISIT THE FOLLOWING WEBSITES /USE LOWER CASE/:

HURRICANE ALEX REVIEW:
HTTP://WEATHER.GOV/RGV/?N=2010EVENT_ALEXINDEX

HURRICANE DOLLY REVIEW:
HTTP:/WEATHER.GOV/RGV/?N=2008EVENT_DOLLYINDEX

HURRICANE IKE REVIEW:
HTTP://WWW.SRH.NOAA.GOV/HGX/?N=PROJECTS_IKE08

A TEXAS HURRICANE HISTORY:
HTTP://WWW.HPC.NCEP.NOAA.GOV/RESEARCH/TXHUR.PDF

BROWNSVILLE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS
HTTP://WEATHER.GOV/RGV/?N=HURRPREP

TEXAS HURRICANE GUIDE, RIO GRANDE VALLEY EDITION (AVAILABLE MAY 31)
HTTP://WWW.SRH.NOAA.GOV/IMAGES/BRO/TROPICAL/GUIDE/2015/ENGLISH.PDF

GUIA OFICIAL DE HURACANES, LA EDICION PARA EL VALLE DEL RIO GRANDE
(DISPONIBLE 31 DE MAYO)
HTTP://WWW.SRH.NOAA.GOV/IMAGES/BRO/TROPICAL/GUIDE/2015/ESPANOL.PDF

NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER PREPAREDNESS PAGE
HTTP://HURRICANES.GOV/PREPARE

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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BROWNSVILLE TX
549 AM CDT SUN MAY 24 2015

...PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...

...MAY 24TH THROUGH 30TH IS HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK IN TEXAS...

THE HONORABLE GOVERNOR OF TEXAS...GREG ABBOTT...HAS DECLARED MAY
24TH THROUGH 30TH 2015 AS HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK IN TEXAS.

THE FOLLOWING TROPICAL WEATHER TOPICS WILL BE DISCUSSED TODAY AND NEXT
WEEK:

TODAY..................HURRICANE HISTORY
MONDAY.................STORM SURGE
TUESDAY................HIGH WINDS AND TORNADOES
WEDNESDAY..............INLAND FLOODING
THURSDAY...............MARINE IMPACTS
FRIDAY.................PERSONAL PREPAREDNESS TIPS

HURRICANES HAVE BEEN PART OF TEXAS COASTAL HISTORY AS LONG AS THE
STATE HAS BEEN INHABITED.

THE GREAT GALVESTON HURRICANE OF SEPTEMBER 8TH 1900 REMAINS THE
WORST NATURAL DISASTER IN THE UNITED STATES IN NUMBERS OF LIVES
LOST. AN ESTIMATED 8000 PERSONS WERE KILLED IN THE STORM.
AT THE TIME...THE POPULATION OF GALVESTON WAS SLIGHTLY OVER 20
THOUSAND PERSONS.

DRIVEN BY WINDS IN EXCESS OF 125 MPH...RAGING GULF WATERS COVERED
THE ISLAND TO A DEPTH UP TO 15 FEET. WOODEN BUILDINGS FLOATED OFF
PILINGS AND SMASHED INTO ONE ANOTHER.  AS BUILDINGS COLLAPSED AND
DISINTEGRATED...OCCUPANTS WERE THRUST INTO THE WATER AND DROWNED. THE
LOCAL WEATHER OFFICE HAD SOUNDED THE ALARM ON THE PREVIOUS DAY...AND
OVER 10 THOUSAND PEOPLE FLED INLAND TO SAFETY. OF THE 10 THOUSAND
WHO DID NOT EVACUATE...AT LEAST EIGHT IN TEN PERISHED.

WHILE THE RIO GRANDE VALLEY AND DEEP SOUTH TEXAS HAVE RARELY SEEN A
STORM THE MAGNITUDE OF THE GREAT GALVESTON HURRICANE...SEVERAL
SIGNIFICANT EVENTS HAVE AFFECTED THE AREA SINCE THE LATE 19TH
CENTURY.

SEPTEMBER 1886:  NEARLY 26 INCHES OF RAIN INUNDATED THE CITY OF
BROWNSVILLE FROM A STORM THAT INCHED NORTHWARD ALONG THE COAST.

SEPTEMBER 4TH AND 5TH 1933:  A THIRTEEN FOOT STORM SURGE INUNDATED
COASTAL CAMERON COUNTY. ALL DUNES ON SOUTH PADRE ISLAND WERE
LEVELED...AND OVER 40 SEPARATE CUTS WERE PRODUCED BY THE BATTERING
SURF.  IT IS SAID THAT DEVELOPED AREAS ALONG THE COAST WERE
ABANDONED UNTIL AFTER WORLD WAR TWO.  SIGNIFICANT WIND DAMAGE WAS
COMMON ACROSS THE LOWER RIO GRANDE VALLEY...AND WIND GUSTS AS HIGH
AS 125 MPH WERE NOTED IN PORTIONS OF CAMERON COUNTY...CAUSING
COMPLETE DESTRUCTION OF A NUMBER OF HOMES AND BUSINESSES IN
BROWNSVILLE AND HARLINGEN.

SEPTEMBER 20TH 1967 - HURRICANE BEULAH: BEULAH REMAINS THE
SIGNIFICANT STORM OF RECORD FOR LONGTIME RESIDENTS OF THE RIO GRANDE
VALLEY AND DEEP SOUTH TEXAS.  ONE OR MORE IMPACTS FROM
WIND...FLOODING...AND STORM SURGE AFFECTED PEOPLE FROM CAMERON TO
ZAPATA COUNTY.  A SHIP IN THE PORT OF BROWNSVILLE RECORDED WINDS OF
136 MPH...GUSTS TO 109 MPH WERE RECORDED AT THE BROWNSVILLE AIRPORT
BEFORE THE DEVICE WAS BENT...AND GUSTS TO 100 MPH WERE NOTED AS FAR
INLAND AS PHARR AND EDINBURG.  A STORM SURGE OF 8 TO 14 FEET SWEPT
ACROSS SOUTH PADRE ISLAND INTO PORT ISABEL.

THE SLOWING STORM EASED ACROSS WILLACY AND BROOKS COUNTY THEN MOVED
BRIEFLY INTO DUVAL AND WEBB COUNTY BEFORE RETURNING SOUTHWEST AND
DISSIPATING IN NORTHERN MEXICO. BEULAH`S SLOW MOVEMENT AND
RELATIVELY LARGE SIZE DROPPED TREMENDOUS RAINS ACROSS
STARR...HIDALGO...AND BROOKS COUNTY.  AN OVERFLOWING CREEK INUNDATED
FALFURRIAS AND EXCESSIVE WATER FLOWING DOWN THE RIO GRANDE AND INTO
ADJACENT FLOODWAYS FLOOD HOMES TO THEIR ROOFTOPS IN HARLINGEN.

AUGUST 10TH 1980 - HURRICANE ALLEN:  ALLEN...A FORMIDABLE CATEGORY 5
STORM JUST 120 MILES SOUTHEAST OF SOUTH PADRE ISLAND...WEAKENED TO A
CATEGORY 3 JUST PRIOR TO LANDFALL NEAR PORT MANSFIELD AS DRY AIR
INFILTRATED THE CYCLONE.  A BRIEF WIND GUST OF 138 MPH WAS REPORTED
AT PORT MANSFIELD WHERE SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE OCCURRED.  REPORTS HAD
BUILDINGS IN BROWNSVILLE INUNDATED WITH 4 FEET OR WATER...PROBABLY
FROM RAINFALL.  UNINHABITED PADRE ISLAND HAD 68 NEW CUTS FROM THE
IMPRESSIVE STORM SURGE WHICH REACHED 12 FEET AT PORT MANSFIELD AND
LIKELY HIGHER TO THE NORTH. SEVERAL FEET OF WATER PUSHED INTO HOMES
NEAR BOCA CHICA BEACH...AND RAIN...WIND...AND MINOR SURGE DAMAGE WAS
REPORTED TO HOTELS ON SOUTH PADRE ISLAND.

2015 MARKS THE 35TH ANNIVERSARY OF HURRICANE ALLEN...THE NIGHTMARE
THAT ALMOST WAS.

AUGUST 23RD 1999 - HURRICANE BRET: BRET WILL BE REMEMBERED AS THE
STORM THAT SPLIT THE POPULATION CENTERS OF THE LOWER RIO GRANDE
VALLEY AND THE CORPUS CHRISTI AREA.  A DANGEROUS CATEGORY FOUR STORM
JUST PRIOR TO LANDFALL...BRET WEAKENED WHILE APPROACHING THE COAST
AND WEAKENED MORE RAPIDLY SOON AFTER MAKING LANDFALL ON UNINHABITED
PADRE ISLAND IN NORTHERN KENEDY COUNTY.  WHILE BRET`S WORST IMPACTS
LARGELY AFFECTED CATTLE AND MESQUITE...THERE WERE IMPACTS FELT FROM
SARITA TO FALFURRIAS WHERE HURRICANE FORCE WINDS AND MORE THAN A
FOOT OF RAIN CAUSED SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE.  A PEAK GUST OF 98 MPH WAS
RECORDED AT THE BROOKS COUNTY AIRPORT NEAR FALFURRIAS...AND
SUSTAINED WIND OF 73 MPH WERE RECORDED AT THE RINCON DEL SAN JOSE
BUOY ALONG THE LAGUNA MADRE IN SOUTHERN KENEDY COUNTY WITHIN THE
EYEWALL BEFORE THE EQUIPMENT FAILED.

JULY 23RD 2008 - HURRICANE DOLLY:  DOLLY SERVED AS A REMINDER TO THE
RESIDENTS OF THE LOWER TEXAS COASTLINE FOR THE NEED TO REMAIN
VIGILANT DURING EACH AND EVERY HURRICANE SEASON. DOLLY`S WIND AND
TORRENTIAL RAINS CAUSED DAMAGE AND FLOODING ACROSS THE RIO GRANDE
VALLEY TO THE TUNE OF OVER ONE BILLION DOLLARS...MAKING IT THE 4TH
MOST DESTRUCTIVE TEXAS HURRICANE ON RECORD IN RAW VALUE NOT ADJUSTED
FOR INFLATION.

SUSTAINED WINDS FOR MOST WERE LARGELY BELOW HURRICANE FORCE...BUT AN
AREA EXTENDING FROM THE TOWN OF SOUTH PADRE ISLAND THROUGH LAGUNA
VISTA AND PORT ISABEL...RIO HONDO...HARLINGEN...AND SAN BENITO
EXPERIENCED FREQUENT GUSTS TO HURRICANE FORCE AND WIDESPREAD MINOR
TO MODERATE WIND DAMAGE TO ROOFS...POORLY DESIGNED BUILDINGS...
TREES...AND POWER LINES AND POLES. RAINFALL OF 12 TO 18 INCHES OR
MORE PRODUCED WIDESPREAD FLOODING IN CAMERON...HIDALGO...WILLACY...
AND EVEN STARR COUNTY.

SEPTEMBER 12TH AND 13TH 2008 - HURRICANE IKE:  TEXANS AND THE NATION
WILL REMEMBER IKE AS THE STORM THAT SWALLOWED THE BOLIVAR PENINSULA
NORTHEAST OF GALVESTON...LEAVING NOTHING MORE THAN A FEW BUILDINGS
STANDING AFTER A STORM SURGE OF AT LEAST 17 FEET SCRAPED THE AREA
CLEAN.  IKE`S LARGE WINGSPAN DROVE HIGH WATER ACROSS THE ENTIRE GULF
OF MEXICO.  IT WAS IKE WHICH CAUSED SEVERE BEACH EROSION ON THE
SOUTH PADRE ISLAND BEACHES WHICH HAVE FINALLY RECOVERED IN TIME FOR
THE 2009 SEASON. IKE`S INSURED PROPERTY DAMAGE OF 13 BILLION DOLLARS
(2013 ADJUSTED VALUE) DWARFED THE SECOND MOST DAMAGING STORM (ALISON
AT 4.67 BILLION DOLLARS) IN 2001.

JUNE 30TH 2010 - HURRICANE ALEX:  ALEX MADE LANDFALL ABOUT 100 MILES
SOUTH OF BROWNSVILLE. IMPACTS TO THE RIO GRANDE VALLEY WERE
INITIALLY MINOR...WITH A FEW SMALL TORNADOES AND LOCAL FLOODING. THE
REMNANTS OF ALEX MEANDERED THROUGH THE SIERRA MADRE...DUMPING IN
EXCESS OF 50 INCHES OF RAIN WHICH FLOWED INTO THE RIO GRANDE BASIN.
THE RUNOFF REQUIRED DAM RELEASES WHICH SPILLED MILLIONS OF GALLONS
OF WATER INTO THE RIVER...FLOODING RIO GRANDE CITY WITH WATER LEVELS
NOT SEEN IN NEARLY 40 YEARS. THE FLOODWAYS OF THE LOWER VALLEY WERE
OPENED IN EARLY JULY AND WATER UP TO 8 FEET HIGH FLOWED THROUGH THEM
FOR MORE THAN A MONTH.

THE EFFECTS OF A TROPICAL STORM OR HURRICANE CAN GO WELL INLAND PAST
THE TEXAS COAST. HEAVY RAINFALL...FLOODING AND EVEN TORNADOES CAN
OCCUR SEVERAL HUNDRED MILES INTO THE INTERIOR PARTS OF THE STATE.
THAT MAKES THIS WEEK A PERFECT TIME FOR EMERGENCY PLANNERS...CITY
AND COUNTY OFFICIALS...THE MEDIA...AND THE PUBLIC TO PREPARE FOR THE
TROPICAL THREATS. SCHOOLS...HOSPITALS AND NURSING HOMES SHOULD
TEST... REVIEW AND EXERCISE THEIR PLANS AND MAKE CERTAIN THEIR
EMPLOYEES ARE READY. FINALLY...EVERYONE LIVING OR VISITING THE TEXAS
COAST MUST BE PREPARED TO MOVE TO SAFETY IN AN ORGANIZED AND TIMELY
FASHION IF NECESSARY.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION REGARDING HURRICANE HISTORY AND
PREPAREDNESS...PLEASE VISIT THE FOLLOWING WEBSITES /USE LOWER CASE/:

HURRICANE ALEX REVIEW:
HTTP://WEATHER.GOV/RGV/?N=2010EVENT_ALEXINDEX

HURRICANE DOLLY REVIEW:
HTTP:/WEATHER.GOV/RGV/?N=2008EVENT_DOLLYINDEX

HURRICANE IKE REVIEW:
HTTP://WWW.SRH.NOAA.GOV/HGX/?N=PROJECTS_IKE08

A TEXAS HURRICANE HISTORY:
HTTP://WWW.HPC.NCEP.NOAA.GOV/RESEARCH/TXHUR.PDF

BROWNSVILLE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS
HTTP://WEATHER.GOV/RGV/?N=HURRPREP

TEXAS HURRICANE GUIDE, RIO GRANDE VALLEY EDITION (AVAILABLE MAY 31)
HTTP://WWW.SRH.NOAA.GOV/IMAGES/BRO/TROPICAL/GUIDE/2015/ENGLISH.PDF

GUIA OFICIAL DE HURACANES, LA EDICION PARA EL VALLE DEL RIO GRANDE
(DISPONIBLE 31 DE MAYO)
HTTP://WWW.SRH.NOAA.GOV/IMAGES/BRO/TROPICAL/GUIDE/2015/ESPANOL.PDF

NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER PREPAREDNESS PAGE
HTTP://HURRICANES.GOV/PREPARE

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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BROWNSVILLE TX
549 AM CDT SUN MAY 24 2015

...PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...

...MAY 24TH THROUGH 30TH IS HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK IN TEXAS...

THE HONORABLE GOVERNOR OF TEXAS...GREG ABBOTT...HAS DECLARED MAY
24TH THROUGH 30TH 2015 AS HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK IN TEXAS.

THE FOLLOWING TROPICAL WEATHER TOPICS WILL BE DISCUSSED TODAY AND NEXT
WEEK:

TODAY..................HURRICANE HISTORY
MONDAY.................STORM SURGE
TUESDAY................HIGH WINDS AND TORNADOES
WEDNESDAY..............INLAND FLOODING
THURSDAY...............MARINE IMPACTS
FRIDAY.................PERSONAL PREPAREDNESS TIPS

HURRICANES HAVE BEEN PART OF TEXAS COASTAL HISTORY AS LONG AS THE
STATE HAS BEEN INHABITED.

THE GREAT GALVESTON HURRICANE OF SEPTEMBER 8TH 1900 REMAINS THE
WORST NATURAL DISASTER IN THE UNITED STATES IN NUMBERS OF LIVES
LOST. AN ESTIMATED 8000 PERSONS WERE KILLED IN THE STORM.
AT THE TIME...THE POPULATION OF GALVESTON WAS SLIGHTLY OVER 20
THOUSAND PERSONS.

DRIVEN BY WINDS IN EXCESS OF 125 MPH...RAGING GULF WATERS COVERED
THE ISLAND TO A DEPTH UP TO 15 FEET. WOODEN BUILDINGS FLOATED OFF
PILINGS AND SMASHED INTO ONE ANOTHER.  AS BUILDINGS COLLAPSED AND
DISINTEGRATED...OCCUPANTS WERE THRUST INTO THE WATER AND DROWNED. THE
LOCAL WEATHER OFFICE HAD SOUNDED THE ALARM ON THE PREVIOUS DAY...AND
OVER 10 THOUSAND PEOPLE FLED INLAND TO SAFETY. OF THE 10 THOUSAND
WHO DID NOT EVACUATE...AT LEAST EIGHT IN TEN PERISHED.

WHILE THE RIO GRANDE VALLEY AND DEEP SOUTH TEXAS HAVE RARELY SEEN A
STORM THE MAGNITUDE OF THE GREAT GALVESTON HURRICANE...SEVERAL
SIGNIFICANT EVENTS HAVE AFFECTED THE AREA SINCE THE LATE 19TH
CENTURY.

SEPTEMBER 1886:  NEARLY 26 INCHES OF RAIN INUNDATED THE CITY OF
BROWNSVILLE FROM A STORM THAT INCHED NORTHWARD ALONG THE COAST.

SEPTEMBER 4TH AND 5TH 1933:  A THIRTEEN FOOT STORM SURGE INUNDATED
COASTAL CAMERON COUNTY. ALL DUNES ON SOUTH PADRE ISLAND WERE
LEVELED...AND OVER 40 SEPARATE CUTS WERE PRODUCED BY THE BATTERING
SURF.  IT IS SAID THAT DEVELOPED AREAS ALONG THE COAST WERE
ABANDONED UNTIL AFTER WORLD WAR TWO.  SIGNIFICANT WIND DAMAGE WAS
COMMON ACROSS THE LOWER RIO GRANDE VALLEY...AND WIND GUSTS AS HIGH
AS 125 MPH WERE NOTED IN PORTIONS OF CAMERON COUNTY...CAUSING
COMPLETE DESTRUCTION OF A NUMBER OF HOMES AND BUSINESSES IN
BROWNSVILLE AND HARLINGEN.

SEPTEMBER 20TH 1967 - HURRICANE BEULAH: BEULAH REMAINS THE
SIGNIFICANT STORM OF RECORD FOR LONGTIME RESIDENTS OF THE RIO GRANDE
VALLEY AND DEEP SOUTH TEXAS.  ONE OR MORE IMPACTS FROM
WIND...FLOODING...AND STORM SURGE AFFECTED PEOPLE FROM CAMERON TO
ZAPATA COUNTY.  A SHIP IN THE PORT OF BROWNSVILLE RECORDED WINDS OF
136 MPH...GUSTS TO 109 MPH WERE RECORDED AT THE BROWNSVILLE AIRPORT
BEFORE THE DEVICE WAS BENT...AND GUSTS TO 100 MPH WERE NOTED AS FAR
INLAND AS PHARR AND EDINBURG.  A STORM SURGE OF 8 TO 14 FEET SWEPT
ACROSS SOUTH PADRE ISLAND INTO PORT ISABEL.

THE SLOWING STORM EASED ACROSS WILLACY AND BROOKS COUNTY THEN MOVED
BRIEFLY INTO DUVAL AND WEBB COUNTY BEFORE RETURNING SOUTHWEST AND
DISSIPATING IN NORTHERN MEXICO. BEULAH`S SLOW MOVEMENT AND
RELATIVELY LARGE SIZE DROPPED TREMENDOUS RAINS ACROSS
STARR...HIDALGO...AND BROOKS COUNTY.  AN OVERFLOWING CREEK INUNDATED
FALFURRIAS AND EXCESSIVE WATER FLOWING DOWN THE RIO GRANDE AND INTO
ADJACENT FLOODWAYS FLOOD HOMES TO THEIR ROOFTOPS IN HARLINGEN.

AUGUST 10TH 1980 - HURRICANE ALLEN:  ALLEN...A FORMIDABLE CATEGORY 5
STORM JUST 120 MILES SOUTHEAST OF SOUTH PADRE ISLAND...WEAKENED TO A
CATEGORY 3 JUST PRIOR TO LANDFALL NEAR PORT MANSFIELD AS DRY AIR
INFILTRATED THE CYCLONE.  A BRIEF WIND GUST OF 138 MPH WAS REPORTED
AT PORT MANSFIELD WHERE SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE OCCURRED.  REPORTS HAD
BUILDINGS IN BROWNSVILLE INUNDATED WITH 4 FEET OR WATER...PROBABLY
FROM RAINFALL.  UNINHABITED PADRE ISLAND HAD 68 NEW CUTS FROM THE
IMPRESSIVE STORM SURGE WHICH REACHED 12 FEET AT PORT MANSFIELD AND
LIKELY HIGHER TO THE NORTH. SEVERAL FEET OF WATER PUSHED INTO HOMES
NEAR BOCA CHICA BEACH...AND RAIN...WIND...AND MINOR SURGE DAMAGE WAS
REPORTED TO HOTELS ON SOUTH PADRE ISLAND.

2015 MARKS THE 35TH ANNIVERSARY OF HURRICANE ALLEN...THE NIGHTMARE
THAT ALMOST WAS.

AUGUST 23RD 1999 - HURRICANE BRET: BRET WILL BE REMEMBERED AS THE
STORM THAT SPLIT THE POPULATION CENTERS OF THE LOWER RIO GRANDE
VALLEY AND THE CORPUS CHRISTI AREA.  A DANGEROUS CATEGORY FOUR STORM
JUST PRIOR TO LANDFALL...BRET WEAKENED WHILE APPROACHING THE COAST
AND WEAKENED MORE RAPIDLY SOON AFTER MAKING LANDFALL ON UNINHABITED
PADRE ISLAND IN NORTHERN KENEDY COUNTY.  WHILE BRET`S WORST IMPACTS
LARGELY AFFECTED CATTLE AND MESQUITE...THERE WERE IMPACTS FELT FROM
SARITA TO FALFURRIAS WHERE HURRICANE FORCE WINDS AND MORE THAN A
FOOT OF RAIN CAUSED SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE.  A PEAK GUST OF 98 MPH WAS
RECORDED AT THE BROOKS COUNTY AIRPORT NEAR FALFURRIAS...AND
SUSTAINED WIND OF 73 MPH WERE RECORDED AT THE RINCON DEL SAN JOSE
BUOY ALONG THE LAGUNA MADRE IN SOUTHERN KENEDY COUNTY WITHIN THE
EYEWALL BEFORE THE EQUIPMENT FAILED.

JULY 23RD 2008 - HURRICANE DOLLY:  DOLLY SERVED AS A REMINDER TO THE
RESIDENTS OF THE LOWER TEXAS COASTLINE FOR THE NEED TO REMAIN
VIGILANT DURING EACH AND EVERY HURRICANE SEASON. DOLLY`S WIND AND
TORRENTIAL RAINS CAUSED DAMAGE AND FLOODING ACROSS THE RIO GRANDE
VALLEY TO THE TUNE OF OVER ONE BILLION DOLLARS...MAKING IT THE 4TH
MOST DESTRUCTIVE TEXAS HURRICANE ON RECORD IN RAW VALUE NOT ADJUSTED
FOR INFLATION.

SUSTAINED WINDS FOR MOST WERE LARGELY BELOW HURRICANE FORCE...BUT AN
AREA EXTENDING FROM THE TOWN OF SOUTH PADRE ISLAND THROUGH LAGUNA
VISTA AND PORT ISABEL...RIO HONDO...HARLINGEN...AND SAN BENITO
EXPERIENCED FREQUENT GUSTS TO HURRICANE FORCE AND WIDESPREAD MINOR
TO MODERATE WIND DAMAGE TO ROOFS...POORLY DESIGNED BUILDINGS...
TREES...AND POWER LINES AND POLES. RAINFALL OF 12 TO 18 INCHES OR
MORE PRODUCED WIDESPREAD FLOODING IN CAMERON...HIDALGO...WILLACY...
AND EVEN STARR COUNTY.

SEPTEMBER 12TH AND 13TH 2008 - HURRICANE IKE:  TEXANS AND THE NATION
WILL REMEMBER IKE AS THE STORM THAT SWALLOWED THE BOLIVAR PENINSULA
NORTHEAST OF GALVESTON...LEAVING NOTHING MORE THAN A FEW BUILDINGS
STANDING AFTER A STORM SURGE OF AT LEAST 17 FEET SCRAPED THE AREA
CLEAN.  IKE`S LARGE WINGSPAN DROVE HIGH WATER ACROSS THE ENTIRE GULF
OF MEXICO.  IT WAS IKE WHICH CAUSED SEVERE BEACH EROSION ON THE
SOUTH PADRE ISLAND BEACHES WHICH HAVE FINALLY RECOVERED IN TIME FOR
THE 2009 SEASON. IKE`S INSURED PROPERTY DAMAGE OF 13 BILLION DOLLARS
(2013 ADJUSTED VALUE) DWARFED THE SECOND MOST DAMAGING STORM (ALISON
AT 4.67 BILLION DOLLARS) IN 2001.

JUNE 30TH 2010 - HURRICANE ALEX:  ALEX MADE LANDFALL ABOUT 100 MILES
SOUTH OF BROWNSVILLE. IMPACTS TO THE RIO GRANDE VALLEY WERE
INITIALLY MINOR...WITH A FEW SMALL TORNADOES AND LOCAL FLOODING. THE
REMNANTS OF ALEX MEANDERED THROUGH THE SIERRA MADRE...DUMPING IN
EXCESS OF 50 INCHES OF RAIN WHICH FLOWED INTO THE RIO GRANDE BASIN.
THE RUNOFF REQUIRED DAM RELEASES WHICH SPILLED MILLIONS OF GALLONS
OF WATER INTO THE RIVER...FLOODING RIO GRANDE CITY WITH WATER LEVELS
NOT SEEN IN NEARLY 40 YEARS. THE FLOODWAYS OF THE LOWER VALLEY WERE
OPENED IN EARLY JULY AND WATER UP TO 8 FEET HIGH FLOWED THROUGH THEM
FOR MORE THAN A MONTH.

THE EFFECTS OF A TROPICAL STORM OR HURRICANE CAN GO WELL INLAND PAST
THE TEXAS COAST. HEAVY RAINFALL...FLOODING AND EVEN TORNADOES CAN
OCCUR SEVERAL HUNDRED MILES INTO THE INTERIOR PARTS OF THE STATE.
THAT MAKES THIS WEEK A PERFECT TIME FOR EMERGENCY PLANNERS...CITY
AND COUNTY OFFICIALS...THE MEDIA...AND THE PUBLIC TO PREPARE FOR THE
TROPICAL THREATS. SCHOOLS...HOSPITALS AND NURSING HOMES SHOULD
TEST... REVIEW AND EXERCISE THEIR PLANS AND MAKE CERTAIN THEIR
EMPLOYEES ARE READY. FINALLY...EVERYONE LIVING OR VISITING THE TEXAS
COAST MUST BE PREPARED TO MOVE TO SAFETY IN AN ORGANIZED AND TIMELY
FASHION IF NECESSARY.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION REGARDING HURRICANE HISTORY AND
PREPAREDNESS...PLEASE VISIT THE FOLLOWING WEBSITES /USE LOWER CASE/:

HURRICANE ALEX REVIEW:
HTTP://WEATHER.GOV/RGV/?N=2010EVENT_ALEXINDEX

HURRICANE DOLLY REVIEW:
HTTP:/WEATHER.GOV/RGV/?N=2008EVENT_DOLLYINDEX

HURRICANE IKE REVIEW:
HTTP://WWW.SRH.NOAA.GOV/HGX/?N=PROJECTS_IKE08

A TEXAS HURRICANE HISTORY:
HTTP://WWW.HPC.NCEP.NOAA.GOV/RESEARCH/TXHUR.PDF

BROWNSVILLE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS
HTTP://WEATHER.GOV/RGV/?N=HURRPREP

TEXAS HURRICANE GUIDE, RIO GRANDE VALLEY EDITION (AVAILABLE MAY 31)
HTTP://WWW.SRH.NOAA.GOV/IMAGES/BRO/TROPICAL/GUIDE/2015/ENGLISH.PDF

GUIA OFICIAL DE HURACANES, LA EDICION PARA EL VALLE DEL RIO GRANDE
(DISPONIBLE 31 DE MAYO)
HTTP://WWW.SRH.NOAA.GOV/IMAGES/BRO/TROPICAL/GUIDE/2015/ESPANOL.PDF

NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER PREPAREDNESS PAGE
HTTP://HURRICANES.GOV/PREPARE

$$


000
NOUS41 KOKX 241025 CCA
PNSOKX
CTZ005>012-NJZ002-004-006-103>108-NYZ067>075-078>081-176>179-251000-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NEW YORK NY
625 AM EDT SUN MAY 24 2015

...NATIONAL HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK IS FROM MAY 24 TO MAY 30...

PLEASE JOIN YOUR NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORECAST OFFICE IN UPTON
NEW YORK IN OBSERVING NATIONAL HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK.

HURRICANES ARE POWERFUL STORMS THAN CAN CREATE SEVERE FLOODING...
DANGEROUS STORM SURGE...HIGH WINDS...AND TORNADOES.  THE EFFECTS
OF THESE STORMS CAN BE DEVASTATING TO ENTIRE COMMUNITIES AND HAVE
LONG LASTING IMPACTS.

THE ATLANTIC HURRICANE SEASON BEGINS JUNE 1. THE PEAK THREAT FOR
THE EAST COAST OF THE UNITED STATES IS FROM THE MIDDLE OF AUGUST
THROUGH THE MIDDLE OF OCTOBER. HOWEVER...HURRICANES CAN OCCUR
ANYTIME DURING THE HURRICANE SEASON.

EACH YEAR AN AVERAGE OF 12 TROPICAL STORMS DEVELOP OVER THE ATLANTIC
OCEAN...CARIBBEAN SEA AND GULF OF MEXICO. USUALLY 6 OF THESE STORMS
BECOME HURRICANES...WITH 3 BEING MAJOR.

NOAA RELEASES SEASONAL OUTLOOKS BEFORE EACH HURRICANE SEASON BEGINS.

REMEMBER...SEASONAL OUTLOOKS CANNOT FORECAST WHERE A STORM WILL MAKE
LANDFALL AND IT ONLY TAKES ONE STORM TO HIT YOUR COMMUNITY TO MAKE
IT A BAD YEAR.

BE PREPARED THIS HURRICANE SEASON...AND VISIT HURRICANES.GOV AND
READY.GOV/HURRICANES.

$$



000
NOUS41 KOKX 241025 CCA
PNSOKX
CTZ005>012-NJZ002-004-006-103>108-NYZ067>075-078>081-176>179-251000-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NEW YORK NY
625 AM EDT SUN MAY 24 2015

...NATIONAL HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK IS FROM MAY 24 TO MAY 30...

PLEASE JOIN YOUR NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORECAST OFFICE IN UPTON
NEW YORK IN OBSERVING NATIONAL HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK.

HURRICANES ARE POWERFUL STORMS THAN CAN CREATE SEVERE FLOODING...
DANGEROUS STORM SURGE...HIGH WINDS...AND TORNADOES.  THE EFFECTS
OF THESE STORMS CAN BE DEVASTATING TO ENTIRE COMMUNITIES AND HAVE
LONG LASTING IMPACTS.

THE ATLANTIC HURRICANE SEASON BEGINS JUNE 1. THE PEAK THREAT FOR
THE EAST COAST OF THE UNITED STATES IS FROM THE MIDDLE OF AUGUST
THROUGH THE MIDDLE OF OCTOBER. HOWEVER...HURRICANES CAN OCCUR
ANYTIME DURING THE HURRICANE SEASON.

EACH YEAR AN AVERAGE OF 12 TROPICAL STORMS DEVELOP OVER THE ATLANTIC
OCEAN...CARIBBEAN SEA AND GULF OF MEXICO. USUALLY 6 OF THESE STORMS
BECOME HURRICANES...WITH 3 BEING MAJOR.

NOAA RELEASES SEASONAL OUTLOOKS BEFORE EACH HURRICANE SEASON BEGINS.

REMEMBER...SEASONAL OUTLOOKS CANNOT FORECAST WHERE A STORM WILL MAKE
LANDFALL AND IT ONLY TAKES ONE STORM TO HIT YOUR COMMUNITY TO MAKE
IT A BAD YEAR.

BE PREPARED THIS HURRICANE SEASON...AND VISIT HURRICANES.GOV AND
READY.GOV/HURRICANES.

$$


000
NOUS41 KOKX 241025 CCA
PNSOKX
CTZ005>012-NJZ002-004-006-103>108-NYZ067>075-078>081-176>179-251000-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NEW YORK NY
625 AM EDT SUN MAY 24 2015

...NATIONAL HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK IS FROM MAY 24 TO MAY 30...

PLEASE JOIN YOUR NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORECAST OFFICE IN UPTON
NEW YORK IN OBSERVING NATIONAL HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK.

HURRICANES ARE POWERFUL STORMS THAN CAN CREATE SEVERE FLOODING...
DANGEROUS STORM SURGE...HIGH WINDS...AND TORNADOES.  THE EFFECTS
OF THESE STORMS CAN BE DEVASTATING TO ENTIRE COMMUNITIES AND HAVE
LONG LASTING IMPACTS.

THE ATLANTIC HURRICANE SEASON BEGINS JUNE 1. THE PEAK THREAT FOR
THE EAST COAST OF THE UNITED STATES IS FROM THE MIDDLE OF AUGUST
THROUGH THE MIDDLE OF OCTOBER. HOWEVER...HURRICANES CAN OCCUR
ANYTIME DURING THE HURRICANE SEASON.

EACH YEAR AN AVERAGE OF 12 TROPICAL STORMS DEVELOP OVER THE ATLANTIC
OCEAN...CARIBBEAN SEA AND GULF OF MEXICO. USUALLY 6 OF THESE STORMS
BECOME HURRICANES...WITH 3 BEING MAJOR.

NOAA RELEASES SEASONAL OUTLOOKS BEFORE EACH HURRICANE SEASON BEGINS.

REMEMBER...SEASONAL OUTLOOKS CANNOT FORECAST WHERE A STORM WILL MAKE
LANDFALL AND IT ONLY TAKES ONE STORM TO HIT YOUR COMMUNITY TO MAKE
IT A BAD YEAR.

BE PREPARED THIS HURRICANE SEASON...AND VISIT HURRICANES.GOV AND
READY.GOV/HURRICANES.

$$


000
NOUS41 KOKX 241025 CCA
PNSOKX
CTZ005>012-NJZ002-004-006-103>108-NYZ067>075-078>081-176>179-251000-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NEW YORK NY
625 AM EDT SUN MAY 24 2015

...NATIONAL HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK IS FROM MAY 24 TO MAY 30...

PLEASE JOIN YOUR NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORECAST OFFICE IN UPTON
NEW YORK IN OBSERVING NATIONAL HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK.

HURRICANES ARE POWERFUL STORMS THAN CAN CREATE SEVERE FLOODING...
DANGEROUS STORM SURGE...HIGH WINDS...AND TORNADOES.  THE EFFECTS
OF THESE STORMS CAN BE DEVASTATING TO ENTIRE COMMUNITIES AND HAVE
LONG LASTING IMPACTS.

THE ATLANTIC HURRICANE SEASON BEGINS JUNE 1. THE PEAK THREAT FOR
THE EAST COAST OF THE UNITED STATES IS FROM THE MIDDLE OF AUGUST
THROUGH THE MIDDLE OF OCTOBER. HOWEVER...HURRICANES CAN OCCUR
ANYTIME DURING THE HURRICANE SEASON.

EACH YEAR AN AVERAGE OF 12 TROPICAL STORMS DEVELOP OVER THE ATLANTIC
OCEAN...CARIBBEAN SEA AND GULF OF MEXICO. USUALLY 6 OF THESE STORMS
BECOME HURRICANES...WITH 3 BEING MAJOR.

NOAA RELEASES SEASONAL OUTLOOKS BEFORE EACH HURRICANE SEASON BEGINS.

REMEMBER...SEASONAL OUTLOOKS CANNOT FORECAST WHERE A STORM WILL MAKE
LANDFALL AND IT ONLY TAKES ONE STORM TO HIT YOUR COMMUNITY TO MAKE
IT A BAD YEAR.

BE PREPARED THIS HURRICANE SEASON...AND VISIT HURRICANES.GOV AND
READY.GOV/HURRICANES.

$$



000
NOUS41 KOKX 241008
PNSOKX
CTZ005>012-NJZ002-004-006-103>108-NYZ067>075-078>081-176>179-251000-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NEW YORK NY
607 AM EDT SUN MAY 24 2015

...NATIONAL HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK IS FROM MAY 24 TO MAY 30...

PLEASE JOIN YOUR NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORECAST OFFICE IN UPTON
NEW YORK IN OBSERVING NATIONAL HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK.

HURRICANES ARE POWERFUL STORMS THAN CAN CREATE SEVERE FLOODING...
DANGEROUS STORM SURGE...HIGH WINDS...AND TORNADOES.  THE EFFECTS
OF THESE STORMS CAN BE DEVASTATING TO ENTIRE COMMUNITIES AND HAVE
LONG LASTING IMPACTS.

THE ATLANTIC HURRICANE SEASON BEGINS JUNE 1. THE PEAK THREAT FOR
THE EAST COAST OF THE UNITED STATES IS FROM THE MIDDLE OF AUGUST
THROUGH THE MIDDLE OF OCTOBER. HOWEVER...HURRICANES CAN OCCUR
ANYTIME DURING THE HURRICANE SEASON.

EACH YEAR AN AVERAGE OF 12 TROPICAL STORMS DEVELOP OVER THE ATLANTIC
OCEAN...CARIBBEAN SEA AND GULF OF MEXICO. USUALLY 6 OF THESE STORMS
BECOME HURRICANES...WITH 3 BEING MAJOR.

THE SEASONAL OUTLOOK FOR THE 2014 ATLANTIC HURRICANE SEASON IS
FORECASTING A NEAR NORMAL OR BELOW NORMAL SEASON.

REMEMBER...SEASONAL OUTLOOKS CANNOT FORECAST WHERE A STORM WILL MAKE
LANDFALL AND IT ONLY TAKES ONE STORM TO HIT YOUR COMMUNITY TO MAKE
IT A BAD YEAR.

BE PREPARED THIS HURRICANE SEASON...AND VISIT HURRICANES.GOV AND
READY.GOV/HURRICANES.

$$



000
NOUS41 KOKX 241008
PNSOKX
CTZ005>012-NJZ002-004-006-103>108-NYZ067>075-078>081-176>179-251000-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NEW YORK NY
607 AM EDT SUN MAY 24 2015

...NATIONAL HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK IS FROM MAY 24 TO MAY 30...

PLEASE JOIN YOUR NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORECAST OFFICE IN UPTON
NEW YORK IN OBSERVING NATIONAL HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK.

HURRICANES ARE POWERFUL STORMS THAN CAN CREATE SEVERE FLOODING...
DANGEROUS STORM SURGE...HIGH WINDS...AND TORNADOES.  THE EFFECTS
OF THESE STORMS CAN BE DEVASTATING TO ENTIRE COMMUNITIES AND HAVE
LONG LASTING IMPACTS.

THE ATLANTIC HURRICANE SEASON BEGINS JUNE 1. THE PEAK THREAT FOR
THE EAST COAST OF THE UNITED STATES IS FROM THE MIDDLE OF AUGUST
THROUGH THE MIDDLE OF OCTOBER. HOWEVER...HURRICANES CAN OCCUR
ANYTIME DURING THE HURRICANE SEASON.

EACH YEAR AN AVERAGE OF 12 TROPICAL STORMS DEVELOP OVER THE ATLANTIC
OCEAN...CARIBBEAN SEA AND GULF OF MEXICO. USUALLY 6 OF THESE STORMS
BECOME HURRICANES...WITH 3 BEING MAJOR.

THE SEASONAL OUTLOOK FOR THE 2014 ATLANTIC HURRICANE SEASON IS
FORECASTING A NEAR NORMAL OR BELOW NORMAL SEASON.

REMEMBER...SEASONAL OUTLOOKS CANNOT FORECAST WHERE A STORM WILL MAKE
LANDFALL AND IT ONLY TAKES ONE STORM TO HIT YOUR COMMUNITY TO MAKE
IT A BAD YEAR.

BE PREPARED THIS HURRICANE SEASON...AND VISIT HURRICANES.GOV AND
READY.GOV/HURRICANES.

$$


000
NOUS43 KICT 241006 CCA
PNSICT
KSZ032-033-047>049-051>053-067>072-082-083-091>096-098>100-242215-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WICHITA KS
505 AM CDT SUN MAY 24 2015

...WICHITA`S 3RD WETTEST MAY THROUGH THE 23RD...

WICHITA`S EISENHOWER NATIONAL AIRPORT HAS ACCUMULATED A WHOPPING
10.45 INCHES OF RAIN THROUGH MAY 23RD...7.17 INCHES ABOVE THE
MONTHLY NORMAL. THIS RANKS AS WICHITA`S 3RD WETTEST MAY ON
RECORD. THE RUNNER-UP IS 11.22 INCHES IN 1935...AND FIRST PLACE IS
13.14 INCHES IN 2008.

$$

ADK



000
NOUS43 KICT 241006 CCA
PNSICT
KSZ032-033-047>049-051>053-067>072-082-083-091>096-098>100-242215-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WICHITA KS
505 AM CDT SUN MAY 24 2015

...WICHITA`S 3RD WETTEST MAY THROUGH THE 23RD...

WICHITA`S EISENHOWER NATIONAL AIRPORT HAS ACCUMULATED A WHOPPING
10.45 INCHES OF RAIN THROUGH MAY 23RD...7.17 INCHES ABOVE THE
MONTHLY NORMAL. THIS RANKS AS WICHITA`S 3RD WETTEST MAY ON
RECORD. THE RUNNER-UP IS 11.22 INCHES IN 1935...AND FIRST PLACE IS
13.14 INCHES IN 2008.

$$

ADK


000
NOUS43 KICT 241006 CCA
PNSICT
KSZ032-033-047>049-051>053-067>072-082-083-091>096-098>100-242215-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WICHITA KS
505 AM CDT SUN MAY 24 2015

...WICHITA`S 3RD WETTEST MAY THROUGH THE 23RD...

WICHITA`S EISENHOWER NATIONAL AIRPORT HAS ACCUMULATED A WHOPPING
10.45 INCHES OF RAIN THROUGH MAY 23RD...7.17 INCHES ABOVE THE
MONTHLY NORMAL. THIS RANKS AS WICHITA`S 3RD WETTEST MAY ON
RECORD. THE RUNNER-UP IS 11.22 INCHES IN 1935...AND FIRST PLACE IS
13.14 INCHES IN 2008.

$$

ADK


000
NOUS43 KICT 241005
PNSICT
KSZ032-033-047>049-051>053-067>072-082-083-091>096-098>100-242215-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WICHITA KS
505 AM CDT SUN MAY 24 2015

...WICHITA 3RD WETTEST MAY THROUGH THE 23RD...

WICHITA`S EISENHOWER NATIONAL AIRPORT HAS ACCUMULATED A WHOPPING
10.45 INCHES OF RAIN THROUGH MAY 23RD...7.17 INCHES ABOVE THE
MONTHLY NORMAL. THIS RANKS AS WICHITA`S 3RD WETTEST MAY ON
RECORD. THE RUNNER-UP IS 11.22 INCHES IN 1935...AND FIRST PLACE IS
13.14 INCHES IN 2008.

$$

ADK


000
NOUS43 KICT 241005
PNSICT
KSZ032-033-047>049-051>053-067>072-082-083-091>096-098>100-242215-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WICHITA KS
505 AM CDT SUN MAY 24 2015

...WICHITA 3RD WETTEST MAY THROUGH THE 23RD...

WICHITA`S EISENHOWER NATIONAL AIRPORT HAS ACCUMULATED A WHOPPING
10.45 INCHES OF RAIN THROUGH MAY 23RD...7.17 INCHES ABOVE THE
MONTHLY NORMAL. THIS RANKS AS WICHITA`S 3RD WETTEST MAY ON
RECORD. THE RUNNER-UP IS 11.22 INCHES IN 1935...AND FIRST PLACE IS
13.14 INCHES IN 2008.

$$

ADK


000
NOUS43 KICT 241005
PNSICT
KSZ032-033-047>049-051>053-067>072-082-083-091>096-098>100-242215-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WICHITA KS
505 AM CDT SUN MAY 24 2015

...WICHITA 3RD WETTEST MAY THROUGH THE 23RD...

WICHITA`S EISENHOWER NATIONAL AIRPORT HAS ACCUMULATED A WHOPPING
10.45 INCHES OF RAIN THROUGH MAY 23RD...7.17 INCHES ABOVE THE
MONTHLY NORMAL. THIS RANKS AS WICHITA`S 3RD WETTEST MAY ON
RECORD. THE RUNNER-UP IS 11.22 INCHES IN 1935...AND FIRST PLACE IS
13.14 INCHES IN 2008.

$$

ADK



000
NOUS43 KICT 241005
PNSICT
KSZ032-033-047>049-051>053-067>072-082-083-091>096-098>100-242215-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WICHITA KS
505 AM CDT SUN MAY 24 2015

...WICHITA 3RD WETTEST MAY THROUGH THE 23RD...

WICHITA`S EISENHOWER NATIONAL AIRPORT HAS ACCUMULATED A WHOPPING
10.45 INCHES OF RAIN THROUGH MAY 23RD...7.17 INCHES ABOVE THE
MONTHLY NORMAL. THIS RANKS AS WICHITA`S 3RD WETTEST MAY ON
RECORD. THE RUNNER-UP IS 11.22 INCHES IN 1935...AND FIRST PLACE IS
13.14 INCHES IN 2008.

$$

ADK



000
NOUS42 KRAH 240937
PNSRAH
NCZ007>011-021>028-038>043-073>078-083>086-088-089-241545-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE RALEIGH NC
537 AM EDT SUN MAY 24 2015

THIS WEEK IS HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK FOR 2015.

TODAY MARKS THE FIRST DAY OF THE 2014 HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK IN
NORTH CAROLINA.  THIS IS THE TIME FOR EVERYBODY TO MAKE WEATHER-
READINESS A PRIORITY.  ALL WEEK LONG THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
WILL ISSUE INFORMATIVE MESSAGES TO HELP YOU PREPARE FOR THE
HURRICANE SEASON.  TOPICS COVERED THIS WEEK WILL INCLUDE RIP
CURRENTS, STORM SURGE, WINDS, INLAND FLOODING, FORECAST PROCESS, AND
PLANNING AND ACTION.

NORTH CAROLINA IS ONE OF THE MOST HURRICANE RAVAGED STATES IN THE
COUNTRY.   THE ENTIRE STATE, FROM THE MOUNTAINS TO THE COAST, IS
SUSCEPTIBLE TO HURRICANE AND TROPICAL STORM IMPACTS.  THE COASTAL
AREAS OF THE STATE CAN BE SUSCEPTIBLE TO STORM SURGE, HIGH WINDS,
FLOODING, AND TORNADOES.  THE CENTRAL PORTION OF THE STATE CAN BE
SUSCEPTIBLE TO INLAND FRESHWATER FLOODING, HIGH WINDS, AND
TORNADOES; AND THE WESTERN PORTION OF THE STATE CAN BE SUSCEPTIBLE
TO TORNADOES, FLASH FLOODING, AND RESULTING LANDSLIDES FROM HEAVY
RAINS WHEN DYING TROPICAL CYCLONES MOVE FROM THE NORTHERN GULF OF
MEXICO NORTHEAST ALONG THE APPALACHIANS.

THE MOST ACTIVE MONTHS FOR TROPICAL SYSTEMS IN NORTH CAROLINA ARE
AUGUST AND SEPTEMBER. HOWEVER, HURRICANES HAVE WREAKED HAVOC AS
EARLY AS JUNE AND AS LATE AS MID-NOVEMBER. THE PEAK TROPICAL
ACTIVITY USUALLY OCCURS IN A SIX WEEK PERIOD FROM MID-AUGUST TO LATE
SEPTEMBER. DURING ACTIVE CYCLES IN HURRICANE ACTIVITY NORTH CAROLINA
CAN EXPERIENCE MULTIPLE HURRICANES AND TROPICAL STORMS WITHIN WEEKS
OF EACH OTHER.

A LOOK BACK AT OUR HURRICANE HISTORY SHOWS IMPRESSIVE STATISTICS.
NEARLY 20 PERCENT OF ALL TROPICAL SYSTEMS PASS WITHIN AT LEAST 300
MILES OF NORTH CAROLINA.  A TROPICAL STORM OR HURRICANE MAKES DIRECT
LANDFALL ON OUR COAST ABOUT ONCE EVERY 2 YEARS.   A TROPICAL STORM
OR HURRICANE, WHICH DOESNT MAKE LANDFALL IN NORTH CAROLINA BUT
SOMEHOW AFFECTS OUR STATE, OCCURS ABOUT TWICE PER YEAR.    A MAJOR
HURRICANE, WHICH IS A CATEGORY 3 OR HIGHER ON THE SAFFIR-SIMPSON
SCALE, THREATENS NORTH CAROLINA AT LEAST ONCE EVERY 15 YEARS.
HOWEVER, THE LAST MAJOR HURRICANE TO THREATEN AND IMPACT THE STATE
WAS HURRICANE FRAN IN 1996, SO IT MAY SEEM THAT NORTH CAROLINA IS
DUE FOR ANOTHER MAJOR HURRICANE TO IMPACT THE STATE.   THESE STATS
RE-EMPHASIZE THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING PREPARED FOR THE HURRICANE
SEASON.   ITS NOT IF A HURRICANE OR TROPICAL STORM WILL SOMEHOW
AFFECT NORTH CAROLINA THIS YEAR, RATHER ITS WHEN.

EVEN WHEN HURRICANES STAY OUT AT SEA, THE NORTH CAROLINA COAST CAN
STILL BE IMPACTED BY LARGE SWELLS AND DEADLY RIP CURRENTS, THUS
MAKING IT IMPORTANT TO STAY AWARE OF THE TROPICS AND WEATHER
FORECASTS ALL THROUGHOUT THE HURRICANE SEASON.   RIP CURRENTS ARE
CHANNELIZED CURRENTS OF WATER FLOWING AWAY FROM SHORE AT SURF
BEACHES.   RIP CURRENTS ARE QUITE COMMON AND CAN BE FOUND ON MANY
SURF BEACHES EVERY DAY.  THEY TYPICALLY FORM AT BREAKS IN SANDBARS,
AND ALSO NEAR STRUCTURES SUCH AS JETTIES AND PIERS.   WHILE THE RISK
OF RIP CURRENTS OCCURRING ALONG THE NORTH CAROLINA BEACHES INCREASES
WHEN A TROPICAL CYCLONE IS OUT IN THE ATLANTIC, THE RISK INCREASES
EVEN MORE SO WHEN A TROPICAL CYCLONE IS MOVING TOWARD THE NORTH
CAROLINA COAST, ESPECIALLY WHEN THE STORM IS A DAY OR TWO AWAY FROM
MAKING LANDFALL ALONG THE CAROLINA COAST.

RIP CURRENTS ARE DANGEROUS BECAUSE THEY CAN PULL PEOPLE AWAY FROM
SHORE. RIP CURRENT SPEEDS CAN VARY FROM MOMENT TO MOMENT AND CAN
QUICKLY INCREASE TO BECOME DANGEROUS TO ANYONE ENTERING THE SURF.
RIP CURRENTS CAN SWEEP EVEN THE STRONGEST SWIMMER OUT TO SEA.   SOME
CLUES THAT A RIP CURRENT MAY BE PRESENT INCLUDE A CHANNEL OF
CHURNING, CHOPPY WATER, A DIFFERENCE IN WATER COLOR, A BREAK IN THE
INCOMING WAVE PATTERN, AND A LINE OF FOAM, SEAWEED OR DEBRIS MOVING
SEAWARD.

IF YOU FIND YOURSELF CAUGHT IN A RIP CURRENT, STAY CALM AND DONT
FIGHT THE CURRENT. ESCAPE THE CURRENT BY SWIMMING IN A DIRECTION
FOLLOWING THE SHORELINE. WHEN FREE OF THE CURRENT, SWIM AT AN
ANGLEAWAY FROM THE CURRENTTOWARD SHORE. IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO
ESCAPE BY SWIMMING, FLOAT OR TREAD WATER. WHEN THE CURRENT WEAKENS,
SWIM AT AN ANGLE AWAY FROM THE CURRENT TOWARD SHORE. IF AT ANY TIME
YOU FEEL YOU WILL BE UNABLE TO REACH SHORE, DRAW ATTENTION TO
YOURSELF: FACE THE SHORE, CALL OR WAVE FOR HELP.   ALSO, DONT
BECOME A VICTIM WHILE TRYING TO HELP SOMEONE ELSE! MANY PEOPLE HAVE
DIED IN EFFORTS TO RESCUE RIP CURRENT VICTIMS. INSTEAD, GET HELP
FROM A LIFEGUARD.  IF A LIFEGUARD IS NOT PRESENT, YELL INSTRUCTIONS
ON HOW TO ESCAPE. IF POSSIBLE, THROW THE RIP CURRENT VICTIM
SOMETHING THAT FLOATS.  CALL 9-1-1 FOR FURTHER ASSISTANCE.

WHEN IT COMES TO THIS HURRICANE SEASON, ITS IMPORTANT TO TAKE
APPROPRIATE PREPAREDNESS ACTION AND ENCOURAGE OTHERS TO DO THE SAME.
AN INFORMED AND MOTIVATED PUBLIC WILL TRANSFORM THE WAY NORTH
CAROLINIANS RESPOND TO HURRICANE SEASONS AND, ULTIMATELY, SAVE MORE
LIVES AND LIVELIHOODS.  MAKE A PLEDGE TO PREPARE FOR THIS HURRICANE
SEASON, COMPLETE AN EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS PLAN, MAKE OR UPDATE YOUR
EMERGENCY KIT, AND BE AN EXAMPLE BY SHARING YOUR PREPAREDNESS STORY
WITH FAMILY, FRIENDS, NEIGHBORS, AND CO-WORKERS.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS, PLEASE VISIT THE
FOLLOWING WEB SITES:
HTTP://WWW.NHC.NOAA.GOV/PREPARE
HTTP://WWW.READYNC.ORG

$$


000
NOUS42 KRAH 240937
PNSRAH
NCZ007>011-021>028-038>043-073>078-083>086-088-089-241545-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE RALEIGH NC
537 AM EDT SUN MAY 24 2015

THIS WEEK IS HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK FOR 2015.

TODAY MARKS THE FIRST DAY OF THE 2014 HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK IN
NORTH CAROLINA.  THIS IS THE TIME FOR EVERYBODY TO MAKE WEATHER-
READINESS A PRIORITY.  ALL WEEK LONG THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
WILL ISSUE INFORMATIVE MESSAGES TO HELP YOU PREPARE FOR THE
HURRICANE SEASON.  TOPICS COVERED THIS WEEK WILL INCLUDE RIP
CURRENTS, STORM SURGE, WINDS, INLAND FLOODING, FORECAST PROCESS, AND
PLANNING AND ACTION.

NORTH CAROLINA IS ONE OF THE MOST HURRICANE RAVAGED STATES IN THE
COUNTRY.   THE ENTIRE STATE, FROM THE MOUNTAINS TO THE COAST, IS
SUSCEPTIBLE TO HURRICANE AND TROPICAL STORM IMPACTS.  THE COASTAL
AREAS OF THE STATE CAN BE SUSCEPTIBLE TO STORM SURGE, HIGH WINDS,
FLOODING, AND TORNADOES.  THE CENTRAL PORTION OF THE STATE CAN BE
SUSCEPTIBLE TO INLAND FRESHWATER FLOODING, HIGH WINDS, AND
TORNADOES; AND THE WESTERN PORTION OF THE STATE CAN BE SUSCEPTIBLE
TO TORNADOES, FLASH FLOODING, AND RESULTING LANDSLIDES FROM HEAVY
RAINS WHEN DYING TROPICAL CYCLONES MOVE FROM THE NORTHERN GULF OF
MEXICO NORTHEAST ALONG THE APPALACHIANS.

THE MOST ACTIVE MONTHS FOR TROPICAL SYSTEMS IN NORTH CAROLINA ARE
AUGUST AND SEPTEMBER. HOWEVER, HURRICANES HAVE WREAKED HAVOC AS
EARLY AS JUNE AND AS LATE AS MID-NOVEMBER. THE PEAK TROPICAL
ACTIVITY USUALLY OCCURS IN A SIX WEEK PERIOD FROM MID-AUGUST TO LATE
SEPTEMBER. DURING ACTIVE CYCLES IN HURRICANE ACTIVITY NORTH CAROLINA
CAN EXPERIENCE MULTIPLE HURRICANES AND TROPICAL STORMS WITHIN WEEKS
OF EACH OTHER.

A LOOK BACK AT OUR HURRICANE HISTORY SHOWS IMPRESSIVE STATISTICS.
NEARLY 20 PERCENT OF ALL TROPICAL SYSTEMS PASS WITHIN AT LEAST 300
MILES OF NORTH CAROLINA.  A TROPICAL STORM OR HURRICANE MAKES DIRECT
LANDFALL ON OUR COAST ABOUT ONCE EVERY 2 YEARS.   A TROPICAL STORM
OR HURRICANE, WHICH DOESNT MAKE LANDFALL IN NORTH CAROLINA BUT
SOMEHOW AFFECTS OUR STATE, OCCURS ABOUT TWICE PER YEAR.    A MAJOR
HURRICANE, WHICH IS A CATEGORY 3 OR HIGHER ON THE SAFFIR-SIMPSON
SCALE, THREATENS NORTH CAROLINA AT LEAST ONCE EVERY 15 YEARS.
HOWEVER, THE LAST MAJOR HURRICANE TO THREATEN AND IMPACT THE STATE
WAS HURRICANE FRAN IN 1996, SO IT MAY SEEM THAT NORTH CAROLINA IS
DUE FOR ANOTHER MAJOR HURRICANE TO IMPACT THE STATE.   THESE STATS
RE-EMPHASIZE THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING PREPARED FOR THE HURRICANE
SEASON.   ITS NOT IF A HURRICANE OR TROPICAL STORM WILL SOMEHOW
AFFECT NORTH CAROLINA THIS YEAR, RATHER ITS WHEN.

EVEN WHEN HURRICANES STAY OUT AT SEA, THE NORTH CAROLINA COAST CAN
STILL BE IMPACTED BY LARGE SWELLS AND DEADLY RIP CURRENTS, THUS
MAKING IT IMPORTANT TO STAY AWARE OF THE TROPICS AND WEATHER
FORECASTS ALL THROUGHOUT THE HURRICANE SEASON.   RIP CURRENTS ARE
CHANNELIZED CURRENTS OF WATER FLOWING AWAY FROM SHORE AT SURF
BEACHES.   RIP CURRENTS ARE QUITE COMMON AND CAN BE FOUND ON MANY
SURF BEACHES EVERY DAY.  THEY TYPICALLY FORM AT BREAKS IN SANDBARS,
AND ALSO NEAR STRUCTURES SUCH AS JETTIES AND PIERS.   WHILE THE RISK
OF RIP CURRENTS OCCURRING ALONG THE NORTH CAROLINA BEACHES INCREASES
WHEN A TROPICAL CYCLONE IS OUT IN THE ATLANTIC, THE RISK INCREASES
EVEN MORE SO WHEN A TROPICAL CYCLONE IS MOVING TOWARD THE NORTH
CAROLINA COAST, ESPECIALLY WHEN THE STORM IS A DAY OR TWO AWAY FROM
MAKING LANDFALL ALONG THE CAROLINA COAST.

RIP CURRENTS ARE DANGEROUS BECAUSE THEY CAN PULL PEOPLE AWAY FROM
SHORE. RIP CURRENT SPEEDS CAN VARY FROM MOMENT TO MOMENT AND CAN
QUICKLY INCREASE TO BECOME DANGEROUS TO ANYONE ENTERING THE SURF.
RIP CURRENTS CAN SWEEP EVEN THE STRONGEST SWIMMER OUT TO SEA.   SOME
CLUES THAT A RIP CURRENT MAY BE PRESENT INCLUDE A CHANNEL OF
CHURNING, CHOPPY WATER, A DIFFERENCE IN WATER COLOR, A BREAK IN THE
INCOMING WAVE PATTERN, AND A LINE OF FOAM, SEAWEED OR DEBRIS MOVING
SEAWARD.

IF YOU FIND YOURSELF CAUGHT IN A RIP CURRENT, STAY CALM AND DONT
FIGHT THE CURRENT. ESCAPE THE CURRENT BY SWIMMING IN A DIRECTION
FOLLOWING THE SHORELINE. WHEN FREE OF THE CURRENT, SWIM AT AN
ANGLEAWAY FROM THE CURRENTTOWARD SHORE. IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO
ESCAPE BY SWIMMING, FLOAT OR TREAD WATER. WHEN THE CURRENT WEAKENS,
SWIM AT AN ANGLE AWAY FROM THE CURRENT TOWARD SHORE. IF AT ANY TIME
YOU FEEL YOU WILL BE UNABLE TO REACH SHORE, DRAW ATTENTION TO
YOURSELF: FACE THE SHORE, CALL OR WAVE FOR HELP.   ALSO, DONT
BECOME A VICTIM WHILE TRYING TO HELP SOMEONE ELSE! MANY PEOPLE HAVE
DIED IN EFFORTS TO RESCUE RIP CURRENT VICTIMS. INSTEAD, GET HELP
FROM A LIFEGUARD.  IF A LIFEGUARD IS NOT PRESENT, YELL INSTRUCTIONS
ON HOW TO ESCAPE. IF POSSIBLE, THROW THE RIP CURRENT VICTIM
SOMETHING THAT FLOATS.  CALL 9-1-1 FOR FURTHER ASSISTANCE.

WHEN IT COMES TO THIS HURRICANE SEASON, ITS IMPORTANT TO TAKE
APPROPRIATE PREPAREDNESS ACTION AND ENCOURAGE OTHERS TO DO THE SAME.
AN INFORMED AND MOTIVATED PUBLIC WILL TRANSFORM THE WAY NORTH
CAROLINIANS RESPOND TO HURRICANE SEASONS AND, ULTIMATELY, SAVE MORE
LIVES AND LIVELIHOODS.  MAKE A PLEDGE TO PREPARE FOR THIS HURRICANE
SEASON, COMPLETE AN EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS PLAN, MAKE OR UPDATE YOUR
EMERGENCY KIT, AND BE AN EXAMPLE BY SHARING YOUR PREPAREDNESS STORY
WITH FAMILY, FRIENDS, NEIGHBORS, AND CO-WORKERS.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS, PLEASE VISIT THE
FOLLOWING WEB SITES:
HTTP://WWW.NHC.NOAA.GOV/PREPARE
HTTP://WWW.READYNC.ORG

$$



000
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PNSRAH
NCZ007>011-021>028-038>043-073>078-083>086-088-089-241545-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE RALEIGH NC
537 AM EDT SUN MAY 24 2015

THIS WEEK IS HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK FOR 2015.

TODAY MARKS THE FIRST DAY OF THE 2014 HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK IN
NORTH CAROLINA.  THIS IS THE TIME FOR EVERYBODY TO MAKE WEATHER-
READINESS A PRIORITY.  ALL WEEK LONG THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
WILL ISSUE INFORMATIVE MESSAGES TO HELP YOU PREPARE FOR THE
HURRICANE SEASON.  TOPICS COVERED THIS WEEK WILL INCLUDE RIP
CURRENTS, STORM SURGE, WINDS, INLAND FLOODING, FORECAST PROCESS, AND
PLANNING AND ACTION.

NORTH CAROLINA IS ONE OF THE MOST HURRICANE RAVAGED STATES IN THE
COUNTRY.   THE ENTIRE STATE, FROM THE MOUNTAINS TO THE COAST, IS
SUSCEPTIBLE TO HURRICANE AND TROPICAL STORM IMPACTS.  THE COASTAL
AREAS OF THE STATE CAN BE SUSCEPTIBLE TO STORM SURGE, HIGH WINDS,
FLOODING, AND TORNADOES.  THE CENTRAL PORTION OF THE STATE CAN BE
SUSCEPTIBLE TO INLAND FRESHWATER FLOODING, HIGH WINDS, AND
TORNADOES; AND THE WESTERN PORTION OF THE STATE CAN BE SUSCEPTIBLE
TO TORNADOES, FLASH FLOODING, AND RESULTING LANDSLIDES FROM HEAVY
RAINS WHEN DYING TROPICAL CYCLONES MOVE FROM THE NORTHERN GULF OF
MEXICO NORTHEAST ALONG THE APPALACHIANS.

THE MOST ACTIVE MONTHS FOR TROPICAL SYSTEMS IN NORTH CAROLINA ARE
AUGUST AND SEPTEMBER. HOWEVER, HURRICANES HAVE WREAKED HAVOC AS
EARLY AS JUNE AND AS LATE AS MID-NOVEMBER. THE PEAK TROPICAL
ACTIVITY USUALLY OCCURS IN A SIX WEEK PERIOD FROM MID-AUGUST TO LATE
SEPTEMBER. DURING ACTIVE CYCLES IN HURRICANE ACTIVITY NORTH CAROLINA
CAN EXPERIENCE MULTIPLE HURRICANES AND TROPICAL STORMS WITHIN WEEKS
OF EACH OTHER.

A LOOK BACK AT OUR HURRICANE HISTORY SHOWS IMPRESSIVE STATISTICS.
NEARLY 20 PERCENT OF ALL TROPICAL SYSTEMS PASS WITHIN AT LEAST 300
MILES OF NORTH CAROLINA.  A TROPICAL STORM OR HURRICANE MAKES DIRECT
LANDFALL ON OUR COAST ABOUT ONCE EVERY 2 YEARS.   A TROPICAL STORM
OR HURRICANE, WHICH DOESNT MAKE LANDFALL IN NORTH CAROLINA BUT
SOMEHOW AFFECTS OUR STATE, OCCURS ABOUT TWICE PER YEAR.    A MAJOR
HURRICANE, WHICH IS A CATEGORY 3 OR HIGHER ON THE SAFFIR-SIMPSON
SCALE, THREATENS NORTH CAROLINA AT LEAST ONCE EVERY 15 YEARS.
HOWEVER, THE LAST MAJOR HURRICANE TO THREATEN AND IMPACT THE STATE
WAS HURRICANE FRAN IN 1996, SO IT MAY SEEM THAT NORTH CAROLINA IS
DUE FOR ANOTHER MAJOR HURRICANE TO IMPACT THE STATE.   THESE STATS
RE-EMPHASIZE THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING PREPARED FOR THE HURRICANE
SEASON.   ITS NOT IF A HURRICANE OR TROPICAL STORM WILL SOMEHOW
AFFECT NORTH CAROLINA THIS YEAR, RATHER ITS WHEN.

EVEN WHEN HURRICANES STAY OUT AT SEA, THE NORTH CAROLINA COAST CAN
STILL BE IMPACTED BY LARGE SWELLS AND DEADLY RIP CURRENTS, THUS
MAKING IT IMPORTANT TO STAY AWARE OF THE TROPICS AND WEATHER
FORECASTS ALL THROUGHOUT THE HURRICANE SEASON.   RIP CURRENTS ARE
CHANNELIZED CURRENTS OF WATER FLOWING AWAY FROM SHORE AT SURF
BEACHES.   RIP CURRENTS ARE QUITE COMMON AND CAN BE FOUND ON MANY
SURF BEACHES EVERY DAY.  THEY TYPICALLY FORM AT BREAKS IN SANDBARS,
AND ALSO NEAR STRUCTURES SUCH AS JETTIES AND PIERS.   WHILE THE RISK
OF RIP CURRENTS OCCURRING ALONG THE NORTH CAROLINA BEACHES INCREASES
WHEN A TROPICAL CYCLONE IS OUT IN THE ATLANTIC, THE RISK INCREASES
EVEN MORE SO WHEN A TROPICAL CYCLONE IS MOVING TOWARD THE NORTH
CAROLINA COAST, ESPECIALLY WHEN THE STORM IS A DAY OR TWO AWAY FROM
MAKING LANDFALL ALONG THE CAROLINA COAST.

RIP CURRENTS ARE DANGEROUS BECAUSE THEY CAN PULL PEOPLE AWAY FROM
SHORE. RIP CURRENT SPEEDS CAN VARY FROM MOMENT TO MOMENT AND CAN
QUICKLY INCREASE TO BECOME DANGEROUS TO ANYONE ENTERING THE SURF.
RIP CURRENTS CAN SWEEP EVEN THE STRONGEST SWIMMER OUT TO SEA.   SOME
CLUES THAT A RIP CURRENT MAY BE PRESENT INCLUDE A CHANNEL OF
CHURNING, CHOPPY WATER, A DIFFERENCE IN WATER COLOR, A BREAK IN THE
INCOMING WAVE PATTERN, AND A LINE OF FOAM, SEAWEED OR DEBRIS MOVING
SEAWARD.

IF YOU FIND YOURSELF CAUGHT IN A RIP CURRENT, STAY CALM AND DONT
FIGHT THE CURRENT. ESCAPE THE CURRENT BY SWIMMING IN A DIRECTION
FOLLOWING THE SHORELINE. WHEN FREE OF THE CURRENT, SWIM AT AN
ANGLEAWAY FROM THE CURRENTTOWARD SHORE. IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO
ESCAPE BY SWIMMING, FLOAT OR TREAD WATER. WHEN THE CURRENT WEAKENS,
SWIM AT AN ANGLE AWAY FROM THE CURRENT TOWARD SHORE. IF AT ANY TIME
YOU FEEL YOU WILL BE UNABLE TO REACH SHORE, DRAW ATTENTION TO
YOURSELF: FACE THE SHORE, CALL OR WAVE FOR HELP.   ALSO, DONT
BECOME A VICTIM WHILE TRYING TO HELP SOMEONE ELSE! MANY PEOPLE HAVE
DIED IN EFFORTS TO RESCUE RIP CURRENT VICTIMS. INSTEAD, GET HELP
FROM A LIFEGUARD.  IF A LIFEGUARD IS NOT PRESENT, YELL INSTRUCTIONS
ON HOW TO ESCAPE. IF POSSIBLE, THROW THE RIP CURRENT VICTIM
SOMETHING THAT FLOATS.  CALL 9-1-1 FOR FURTHER ASSISTANCE.

WHEN IT COMES TO THIS HURRICANE SEASON, ITS IMPORTANT TO TAKE
APPROPRIATE PREPAREDNESS ACTION AND ENCOURAGE OTHERS TO DO THE SAME.
AN INFORMED AND MOTIVATED PUBLIC WILL TRANSFORM THE WAY NORTH
CAROLINIANS RESPOND TO HURRICANE SEASONS AND, ULTIMATELY, SAVE MORE
LIVES AND LIVELIHOODS.  MAKE A PLEDGE TO PREPARE FOR THIS HURRICANE
SEASON, COMPLETE AN EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS PLAN, MAKE OR UPDATE YOUR
EMERGENCY KIT, AND BE AN EXAMPLE BY SHARING YOUR PREPAREDNESS STORY
WITH FAMILY, FRIENDS, NEIGHBORS, AND CO-WORKERS.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS, PLEASE VISIT THE
FOLLOWING WEB SITES:
HTTP://WWW.NHC.NOAA.GOV/PREPARE
HTTP://WWW.READYNC.ORG

$$



000
NOUS45 KBOU 240859
PNSBOU
COZ030>051-242300-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DENVER/BOULDER CO
259 AM MDT SUN MAY 24 2015

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

20-27 IN 2002...LIGHTNING SPARKED A WILDFIRE NEAR DECKERS.  EXTREMELY
        DRY CONDITIONS AND VERY STRONG WINDS THE FOLLOWING DAY
        ALLOWED THE FIRE...KNOWN AS THE SCHOONOVER...TO CONSUME 3850
        ACRES BEFORE IT COULD BE CONTAINED.  THIRTEEN STRUCTURES
        WERE DESTROYED...INCLUDING 4 HOMES...RESULTING IN 2.2 MILLION
        DOLLARS IN DAMAGE.
23-24 IN 2002...A PACIFIC STORM SYSTEM BROUGHT MUCH NEEDED SNOW TO
        THE MOUNTAINS AND FOOTHILLS WITH A MIX OF RAIN AND SNOW ON
        THE PLAINS.  THE MOST SNOW FELL FROM CENTRAL JEFFERSON
        COUNTY NORTHWARD.  SNOW TOTALS INCLUDED:  13 INCHES IN COAL
        CREEK CANYON...11 INCHES NEAR EVERGREEN AND ATOP GOLD HILL...
        10 INCHES NEAR BLACKHAWK AND CONIFER AND ATOP CROW HILL...
        9 INCHES NEAR ROLLINSVILLE...AND 8 INCHES NEAR GENESEE AND
        GOLDEN.  RAIN WAS MIXED WITH SNOW ACROSS THE CITY.
        PRECIPITATION TOTALED 0.61 INCH AT DENVER INTERNATIONAL
        AIRPORT.  SNOWFALL WAS LESS THAN AN INCH AT THE SITE OF THE
        FORMER STAPLETON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.  THE STORM BROUGHT
        UNSEASONABLY COLD AIR TO METRO DENVER.  THREE TEMPERATURE
        RECORDS WERE SET.  LOW TEMPERATURE OF 31 DEGREES ON THE
        23RD WAS A RECORD MINIMUM FOR THE DATE...AS WAS THE LOW OF
        32 DEGREES ON THE 24TH.  THE HIGH TEMPERATURE OF ONLY 48
        DEGREES EQUALED THE RECORD LOW MAXIMUM FOR THE DATE.
24    IN 1953...A MICROBURST CAUSED A BRIEF WIND GUST TO 55 MPH AT
        STAPLETON AIRPORT.
      IN 1957...WALNUT SIZE HAIL...1 1/2 INCHES IN DIAMETER...FELL IN
        EAST DENVER.  ONLY 1/4 INCH HAIL WAS MEASURED AT STAPLETON
        AIRPORT.
      IN 1958...RAINFALL TOTALED 1 TO 2 INCHES ACROSS METRO DENVER.
        RAINFALL WAS ONLY 0.37 INCHES AT STAPLETON AIRPORT.
      IN 1974...A TORNADO WAS OBSERVED BRIEFLY NEAR WATKINS.  NO
        DAMAGE WAS REPORTED.
      IN 1980...STRONG GUSTY WINDS OF AT LEAST 60 MPH DAMAGED
        BUILDINGS IN PARTS OF DENVER.  SEVERAL BUILDINGS WERE
        UNROOFED IN SHERIDAN.  THE FLYING DEBRIS DAMAGED OTHER
        STRUCTURES.  STRONG MICROBURST WINDS GUSTED TO 52 MPH
        AT STAPLETON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.
      IN 1991...A TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN BRIEFLY IN OPEN COUNTRY NEAR
        BENNETT.  NO DAMAGE WAS REPORTED.
      IN 1994...WEATHER SPOTTERS REPORTED 2 FUNNEL CLOUDS OVER
        AURORA AND A SHORT-LIVED WATERSPOUT ON CHERRY CREEK
        RESERVOIR.
      IN 1997...HAIL TO 1 INCH IN DIAMETER FELL IN BROOMFIELD
        WITH 3/4 INCH HAIL MEASURED IN BOULDER.
      IN 1998...A TORNADO STRUCK A WOODEN HANGAR AT THE AURORA
        AIRPARK.  THE HANGAR COLLAPSED...DAMAGING A CAR AND A
        SINGLE ENGINE PLANE PARKED INSIDE.  AN ADJACENT STEEL
        HANGAR SUSTAINED ONLY MINOR DAMAGE.  THE TORNADO MOVED
        NORTHEAST...HOPPED I-70...AND TOUCHED DOWN AGAIN IN AN
        OPEN FIELD.  EARLIER...A WEAK TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN
        BRIEFLY IN AN OPEN FIELD 10 MILES SOUTHEAST OF BUCKLEY
        FIELD.
      IN 2003...SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS PRODUCED LARGE HAIL OVER
        NORTHERN AND SOUTHERN METRO DENVER.  HAIL AS LARGE AS
        2 3/4 INCHES IN DIAMETER WAS MEASURED 10 MILES NORTHWEST
        OF HUDSON AND TO 2 INCHES IN DIAMETER 10 MILES NORTHEAST
        OF FORT LUPTON.  ONE INCH DIAMETER HAIL FELL IN FORT
        LUPTON.  HAIL TO 1 INCH IN DIAMETER FELL NEAR PARKER
        AND TO 3/4 INCH NEAR FRANKTOWN.
      IN 2004...SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS MOVED ACROSS NORTHWEST AND
        NORTH METRO DENVER.  HAIL AS LARGE AS 1 INCH IN DIAMETER
        FELL IN BROOMFIELD AND THORNTON WITH 3/4 INCH HAIL
        MEASURED NEAR ARVADA AND HUDSON AND IN THE CITY OF
        DENVER.
      IN 2005...SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS PRODUCED HAIL AS LARGE AS
        1 INCH IN DIAMETER IN ARVADA AND THE CITY OF DENVER.
      IN 2014...A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM IN LAKEWOOD PRODUCED HAIL...
        UP TO 1 INCH IN DIAMETER.
24-26 IN 1996...A LATE SPRING SNOWSTORM DUMPED 4 TO 10 INCHES OF
        SNOW OVER THE FRONT RANGE FOOTHILLS.  CONIFER PICKED UP
        10 INCHES OF NEW SNOW; ASPEN SPRINGS...9 INCHES; AND
        CENTRAL CITY...8 INCHES.  THE STICKY...HEAVY SNOW CLUNG TO
        POWER LINES AND PULLED TREE BRANCHES DOWN...CAUSING POWER
        OUTAGES TO ABOUT 1200 HOMES IN THE CONIFER AREA.  IT TOOK
        UP TO 6 HOURS TO RESTORE POWER TO SOME RESIDENCES.
        LIGHTNING STRUCK A TELEPHONE DATA CABINET IN CONIFER ON
        THE 25TH...WHICH KNOCKED OUT PHONE SERVICE TO ABOUT 1500
        CUSTOMERS.  WIDESPREAD RAIN FELL ACROSS METRO DENVER...
        WHERE RAINFALL TOTALED 2.07 INCHES AT THE SITE OF THE
        FORMER STAPLETON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT AND 1.66 INCHES AT
        DENVER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT WHERE NORTH WINDS GUSTED TO
        24 MPH ON THE 26TH.
      IN 2010...HIGH WINDS PRECEDING A COLD FRONT...SWEPT ACROSS
        THE FRONT RANGE FOOTHILLS AND URBAN CORRIDOR.  IN AURORA...
        THE WIND DAMAGED THE ROOF OF RANGEVIEW HIGH SCHOOL.  IN
        CONIFER AND DENVER...THE WIND DOWNED TREES AND POWER
        LINES AND CAUSED SEVERAL BRIEF OUTAGES.  THE DOWNED
        POWER LINES ALSO CAUSED SEVERAL CARS TO CATCH FIRE IN
        THE VICINITY OF 1590 COOK ST. IN DENVER.  PEAK WIND GUSTS
        INCLUDED:  82 MPH AT HIGHLANDS RANCH...67 MPH...4 MILES
        EAST OF FRANKTOWN AND LONGMONT; 65 MPH IN BOULDER...64 MPH
        IN CENTENNIEL AND DENVER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT...62 MPH
        NEAR PARKER AND 60 MPH IN ARVADA.

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000
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PNSBOU
COZ030>051-242300-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DENVER/BOULDER CO
259 AM MDT SUN MAY 24 2015

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

20-27 IN 2002...LIGHTNING SPARKED A WILDFIRE NEAR DECKERS.  EXTREMELY
        DRY CONDITIONS AND VERY STRONG WINDS THE FOLLOWING DAY
        ALLOWED THE FIRE...KNOWN AS THE SCHOONOVER...TO CONSUME 3850
        ACRES BEFORE IT COULD BE CONTAINED.  THIRTEEN STRUCTURES
        WERE DESTROYED...INCLUDING 4 HOMES...RESULTING IN 2.2 MILLION
        DOLLARS IN DAMAGE.
23-24 IN 2002...A PACIFIC STORM SYSTEM BROUGHT MUCH NEEDED SNOW TO
        THE MOUNTAINS AND FOOTHILLS WITH A MIX OF RAIN AND SNOW ON
        THE PLAINS.  THE MOST SNOW FELL FROM CENTRAL JEFFERSON
        COUNTY NORTHWARD.  SNOW TOTALS INCLUDED:  13 INCHES IN COAL
        CREEK CANYON...11 INCHES NEAR EVERGREEN AND ATOP GOLD HILL...
        10 INCHES NEAR BLACKHAWK AND CONIFER AND ATOP CROW HILL...
        9 INCHES NEAR ROLLINSVILLE...AND 8 INCHES NEAR GENESEE AND
        GOLDEN.  RAIN WAS MIXED WITH SNOW ACROSS THE CITY.
        PRECIPITATION TOTALED 0.61 INCH AT DENVER INTERNATIONAL
        AIRPORT.  SNOWFALL WAS LESS THAN AN INCH AT THE SITE OF THE
        FORMER STAPLETON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.  THE STORM BROUGHT
        UNSEASONABLY COLD AIR TO METRO DENVER.  THREE TEMPERATURE
        RECORDS WERE SET.  LOW TEMPERATURE OF 31 DEGREES ON THE
        23RD WAS A RECORD MINIMUM FOR THE DATE...AS WAS THE LOW OF
        32 DEGREES ON THE 24TH.  THE HIGH TEMPERATURE OF ONLY 48
        DEGREES EQUALED THE RECORD LOW MAXIMUM FOR THE DATE.
24    IN 1953...A MICROBURST CAUSED A BRIEF WIND GUST TO 55 MPH AT
        STAPLETON AIRPORT.
      IN 1957...WALNUT SIZE HAIL...1 1/2 INCHES IN DIAMETER...FELL IN
        EAST DENVER.  ONLY 1/4 INCH HAIL WAS MEASURED AT STAPLETON
        AIRPORT.
      IN 1958...RAINFALL TOTALED 1 TO 2 INCHES ACROSS METRO DENVER.
        RAINFALL WAS ONLY 0.37 INCHES AT STAPLETON AIRPORT.
      IN 1974...A TORNADO WAS OBSERVED BRIEFLY NEAR WATKINS.  NO
        DAMAGE WAS REPORTED.
      IN 1980...STRONG GUSTY WINDS OF AT LEAST 60 MPH DAMAGED
        BUILDINGS IN PARTS OF DENVER.  SEVERAL BUILDINGS WERE
        UNROOFED IN SHERIDAN.  THE FLYING DEBRIS DAMAGED OTHER
        STRUCTURES.  STRONG MICROBURST WINDS GUSTED TO 52 MPH
        AT STAPLETON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.
      IN 1991...A TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN BRIEFLY IN OPEN COUNTRY NEAR
        BENNETT.  NO DAMAGE WAS REPORTED.
      IN 1994...WEATHER SPOTTERS REPORTED 2 FUNNEL CLOUDS OVER
        AURORA AND A SHORT-LIVED WATERSPOUT ON CHERRY CREEK
        RESERVOIR.
      IN 1997...HAIL TO 1 INCH IN DIAMETER FELL IN BROOMFIELD
        WITH 3/4 INCH HAIL MEASURED IN BOULDER.
      IN 1998...A TORNADO STRUCK A WOODEN HANGAR AT THE AURORA
        AIRPARK.  THE HANGAR COLLAPSED...DAMAGING A CAR AND A
        SINGLE ENGINE PLANE PARKED INSIDE.  AN ADJACENT STEEL
        HANGAR SUSTAINED ONLY MINOR DAMAGE.  THE TORNADO MOVED
        NORTHEAST...HOPPED I-70...AND TOUCHED DOWN AGAIN IN AN
        OPEN FIELD.  EARLIER...A WEAK TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN
        BRIEFLY IN AN OPEN FIELD 10 MILES SOUTHEAST OF BUCKLEY
        FIELD.
      IN 2003...SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS PRODUCED LARGE HAIL OVER
        NORTHERN AND SOUTHERN METRO DENVER.  HAIL AS LARGE AS
        2 3/4 INCHES IN DIAMETER WAS MEASURED 10 MILES NORTHWEST
        OF HUDSON AND TO 2 INCHES IN DIAMETER 10 MILES NORTHEAST
        OF FORT LUPTON.  ONE INCH DIAMETER HAIL FELL IN FORT
        LUPTON.  HAIL TO 1 INCH IN DIAMETER FELL NEAR PARKER
        AND TO 3/4 INCH NEAR FRANKTOWN.
      IN 2004...SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS MOVED ACROSS NORTHWEST AND
        NORTH METRO DENVER.  HAIL AS LARGE AS 1 INCH IN DIAMETER
        FELL IN BROOMFIELD AND THORNTON WITH 3/4 INCH HAIL
        MEASURED NEAR ARVADA AND HUDSON AND IN THE CITY OF
        DENVER.
      IN 2005...SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS PRODUCED HAIL AS LARGE AS
        1 INCH IN DIAMETER IN ARVADA AND THE CITY OF DENVER.
      IN 2014...A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM IN LAKEWOOD PRODUCED HAIL...
        UP TO 1 INCH IN DIAMETER.
24-26 IN 1996...A LATE SPRING SNOWSTORM DUMPED 4 TO 10 INCHES OF
        SNOW OVER THE FRONT RANGE FOOTHILLS.  CONIFER PICKED UP
        10 INCHES OF NEW SNOW; ASPEN SPRINGS...9 INCHES; AND
        CENTRAL CITY...8 INCHES.  THE STICKY...HEAVY SNOW CLUNG TO
        POWER LINES AND PULLED TREE BRANCHES DOWN...CAUSING POWER
        OUTAGES TO ABOUT 1200 HOMES IN THE CONIFER AREA.  IT TOOK
        UP TO 6 HOURS TO RESTORE POWER TO SOME RESIDENCES.
        LIGHTNING STRUCK A TELEPHONE DATA CABINET IN CONIFER ON
        THE 25TH...WHICH KNOCKED OUT PHONE SERVICE TO ABOUT 1500
        CUSTOMERS.  WIDESPREAD RAIN FELL ACROSS METRO DENVER...
        WHERE RAINFALL TOTALED 2.07 INCHES AT THE SITE OF THE
        FORMER STAPLETON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT AND 1.66 INCHES AT
        DENVER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT WHERE NORTH WINDS GUSTED TO
        24 MPH ON THE 26TH.
      IN 2010...HIGH WINDS PRECEDING A COLD FRONT...SWEPT ACROSS
        THE FRONT RANGE FOOTHILLS AND URBAN CORRIDOR.  IN AURORA...
        THE WIND DAMAGED THE ROOF OF RANGEVIEW HIGH SCHOOL.  IN
        CONIFER AND DENVER...THE WIND DOWNED TREES AND POWER
        LINES AND CAUSED SEVERAL BRIEF OUTAGES.  THE DOWNED
        POWER LINES ALSO CAUSED SEVERAL CARS TO CATCH FIRE IN
        THE VICINITY OF 1590 COOK ST. IN DENVER.  PEAK WIND GUSTS
        INCLUDED:  82 MPH AT HIGHLANDS RANCH...67 MPH...4 MILES
        EAST OF FRANKTOWN AND LONGMONT; 65 MPH IN BOULDER...64 MPH
        IN CENTENNIEL AND DENVER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT...62 MPH
        NEAR PARKER AND 60 MPH IN ARVADA.

$$


000
NOUS42 KILM 240834
PNSILM

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WILMINGTON NC
433 AM EDT SUN MAY 24 2015

...THIS WEEK IS HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK FOR 2015...

TODAY MARKS THE FIRST DAY OF THE 2015 HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK.
THIS IS THE TIME FOR EVERYBODY WHO LIVES IN HURRICANE PRONE COASTAL
STATES TO MAKE WEATHER-READINESS A PRIORITY AND EXAMINE HOW EACH OF
US IN THE COASTLINES ACROSS THE UNITED STATES CAN BE A FORCE OF
NATURE. ALL WEEK LONG THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WILL ISSUE
INFORMATIVE MESSAGES TO HELP YOU PREPARE FOR THE HURRICANE SEASON.

NORTH CAROLINA IS ONE OF THE MOST HURRICANE RAVAGED STATES IN THE
COUNTRY. A LOOK BACK AT OUR HURRICANE HISTORY TELLS THE STORY.
NEARLY 20 PERCENT OF ALL TROPICAL SYSTEMS PASS WITHIN AT LEAST 300
MILES OF NORTH CAROLINA. IN ANY GIVEN YEAR THERE IS A ONE IN THREE
CHANCE THAT OUR STATE WILL EXPERIENCE A HURRICANE LANDFALL. A MAJOR
HURRICANE THREATENS NORTH CAROLINA AT LEAST ONCE EVERY 11 YEARS.
THE LAST STORM TO MAKE LANDFALL AS A HURRICANE IN NORTH CAROLINA WAS
HURRICANE IRENE IN 2011. THE LAST MAJOR HURRICANE TO THREATEN AND
IMPACT THE STATE WAS HURRICANE FRAN IN 1996.

SINCE RECORDS HAVE BEEN KEPT DATING BACK TO 1806...OVER 70 TROPICAL
SYSTEMS HAVE MADE DIRECT LANDFALL ON THE NORTH CAROLINA COAST. EVEN
MORE DISTURBING IS THE FACT THAT AROUND 100 TROPICAL SYSTEMS HAVE
MOVED THROUGH THE AREA IMPACTING THE STATE WITHOUT ACTUALLY MAKING
LANDFALL ALONG OUR COAST. NORTH CAROLINA`S UNIQUE GEOGRAPHY WITH
RESPECT TO ITS PROTRUDING COASTLINE MAKES THE STATE A FAVORABLE
TARGET FOR HURRICANES. RESIDENTS LIVING IN THE EASTERN HALF OF NORTH
CAROLINA FROM RALEIGH TO THE COAST PROTRUDE OUT INTO THE ATLANTIC
OCEAN ALONG THE SAME LONGITUDE AS THE FLORIDA COAST AND BAHAMAS.
THIS GEOGRAPHICAL FACT MAKES THE COAST FROM WILMINGTON TO CAPE
HATTERAS THE MOST FAVORABLE LOCATION FOR HURRICANE AND TROPICAL
STORM LANDFALLS.

THE MOST ACTIVE MONTHS FOR TROPICAL SYSTEMS IN NORTH CAROLINA ARE
AUGUST AND SEPTEMBER. HOWEVER...HURRICANES HAVE WREAKED HAVOC AS
EARLY AS LATE JUNE AND AS LATE AS MID-NOVEMBER. THE PEAK TROPICAL
ACTIVITY USUALLY OCCURS IN A SIX WEEK PERIOD FROM MID-AUGUST TO LATE
SEPTEMBER. DURING ACTIVE CYCLES IN HURRICANE ACTIVITY...NORTH
CAROLINA CAN EXPERIENCE MULTIPLE HURRICANES AND TROPICAL STORMS
WITHIN WEEKS OF EACH OTHER. WHEN IT COMES TO THIS HURRICANE
SEASON...BEING A FORCE OF NATURE MEANS TAKING APPROPRIATE ACTION AND
INSPIRING OTHERS TO DO THE SAME. AN INFORMED AND MOTIVATED PUBLIC
WILL TRANSFORM THE WAY THE UNITED STATES RESPONDS TO HURRICANE
SEASONS AND...ULTIMATELY...SAVE MORE LIVES AND LIVELIHOODS. MAKE A
PLEDGE TO PREPARE FOR THIS HURRICANE SEASON. COMPLETE AN EMERGENCY
PREPAREDNESS PLAN...MAKE OR UPDATE YOUR EMERGENCY KIT...AND BE AN
EXAMPLE BY SHARING YOUR PREPAREDNESS STORY WITH FAMILY...FRIENDS AND
CO-WORKERS.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS...PLEASE VISIT THE
FOLLOWING WEB SITES:

WWW.NHC.NOAA.GOV/PREPARE
WWW.READY.GOV/HURRICANES

$$

43



000
NOUS42 KILM 240834
PNSILM

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WILMINGTON NC
433 AM EDT SUN MAY 24 2015

...THIS WEEK IS HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK FOR 2015...

TODAY MARKS THE FIRST DAY OF THE 2015 HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK.
THIS IS THE TIME FOR EVERYBODY WHO LIVES IN HURRICANE PRONE COASTAL
STATES TO MAKE WEATHER-READINESS A PRIORITY AND EXAMINE HOW EACH OF
US IN THE COASTLINES ACROSS THE UNITED STATES CAN BE A FORCE OF
NATURE. ALL WEEK LONG THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WILL ISSUE
INFORMATIVE MESSAGES TO HELP YOU PREPARE FOR THE HURRICANE SEASON.

NORTH CAROLINA IS ONE OF THE MOST HURRICANE RAVAGED STATES IN THE
COUNTRY. A LOOK BACK AT OUR HURRICANE HISTORY TELLS THE STORY.
NEARLY 20 PERCENT OF ALL TROPICAL SYSTEMS PASS WITHIN AT LEAST 300
MILES OF NORTH CAROLINA. IN ANY GIVEN YEAR THERE IS A ONE IN THREE
CHANCE THAT OUR STATE WILL EXPERIENCE A HURRICANE LANDFALL. A MAJOR
HURRICANE THREATENS NORTH CAROLINA AT LEAST ONCE EVERY 11 YEARS.
THE LAST STORM TO MAKE LANDFALL AS A HURRICANE IN NORTH CAROLINA WAS
HURRICANE IRENE IN 2011. THE LAST MAJOR HURRICANE TO THREATEN AND
IMPACT THE STATE WAS HURRICANE FRAN IN 1996.

SINCE RECORDS HAVE BEEN KEPT DATING BACK TO 1806...OVER 70 TROPICAL
SYSTEMS HAVE MADE DIRECT LANDFALL ON THE NORTH CAROLINA COAST. EVEN
MORE DISTURBING IS THE FACT THAT AROUND 100 TROPICAL SYSTEMS HAVE
MOVED THROUGH THE AREA IMPACTING THE STATE WITHOUT ACTUALLY MAKING
LANDFALL ALONG OUR COAST. NORTH CAROLINA`S UNIQUE GEOGRAPHY WITH
RESPECT TO ITS PROTRUDING COASTLINE MAKES THE STATE A FAVORABLE
TARGET FOR HURRICANES. RESIDENTS LIVING IN THE EASTERN HALF OF NORTH
CAROLINA FROM RALEIGH TO THE COAST PROTRUDE OUT INTO THE ATLANTIC
OCEAN ALONG THE SAME LONGITUDE AS THE FLORIDA COAST AND BAHAMAS.
THIS GEOGRAPHICAL FACT MAKES THE COAST FROM WILMINGTON TO CAPE
HATTERAS THE MOST FAVORABLE LOCATION FOR HURRICANE AND TROPICAL
STORM LANDFALLS.

THE MOST ACTIVE MONTHS FOR TROPICAL SYSTEMS IN NORTH CAROLINA ARE
AUGUST AND SEPTEMBER. HOWEVER...HURRICANES HAVE WREAKED HAVOC AS
EARLY AS LATE JUNE AND AS LATE AS MID-NOVEMBER. THE PEAK TROPICAL
ACTIVITY USUALLY OCCURS IN A SIX WEEK PERIOD FROM MID-AUGUST TO LATE
SEPTEMBER. DURING ACTIVE CYCLES IN HURRICANE ACTIVITY...NORTH
CAROLINA CAN EXPERIENCE MULTIPLE HURRICANES AND TROPICAL STORMS
WITHIN WEEKS OF EACH OTHER. WHEN IT COMES TO THIS HURRICANE
SEASON...BEING A FORCE OF NATURE MEANS TAKING APPROPRIATE ACTION AND
INSPIRING OTHERS TO DO THE SAME. AN INFORMED AND MOTIVATED PUBLIC
WILL TRANSFORM THE WAY THE UNITED STATES RESPONDS TO HURRICANE
SEASONS AND...ULTIMATELY...SAVE MORE LIVES AND LIVELIHOODS. MAKE A
PLEDGE TO PREPARE FOR THIS HURRICANE SEASON. COMPLETE AN EMERGENCY
PREPAREDNESS PLAN...MAKE OR UPDATE YOUR EMERGENCY KIT...AND BE AN
EXAMPLE BY SHARING YOUR PREPAREDNESS STORY WITH FAMILY...FRIENDS AND
CO-WORKERS.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS...PLEASE VISIT THE
FOLLOWING WEB SITES:

WWW.NHC.NOAA.GOV/PREPARE
WWW.READY.GOV/HURRICANES

$$

43



000
NOUS42 KMHX 240825
PNSMHX
NCZ029-044>047-079>081-090>095-098-103-104-250600-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NEWPORT/MOREHEAD CITY NC
425 AM EDT SUN MAY 24 2015

...NORTH CAROLINA HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK FOR 2015...

THIS WEEK HAS BEEN DECLARED NORTH CAROLINA`S HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS
WEEK FOR 2015. ALL WEEK LONG THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WILL BE
ISSUING INFORMATIVE MESSAGES TO HELP YOU PREPARE FOR HURRICANE
SEASON.

EACH DAY WE WILL COVER A DIFFERENT TOPIC. TODAY WE WILL TALK ABOUT
HURRICANE BASICS.

HURRICANES NEED THE RIGHT INGREDIENTS IN ORDER TO FORM. THESE
INCLUDE WARM TROPICAL WATER...ATMOSPHERIC MOISTURE AND LIGHT WINDS
ALOFT. WHEN AREAS OF DISTURBED WEATHER IN THE ATMOSPHERE
EXPERIENCE THESE INGREDIENTS THEY CAN COMBINE TO PRODUCE TROPICAL
STORMS AND HURRICANES WITH VIOLENT WINDS...INCREDIBLE WAVES AND
TORRENTIAL RAINS.

EACH YEAR...AN AVERAGE OF TWELVE TROPICAL STORMS DEVELOP OVER THE
ATLANTIC OCEAN...CARIBBEAN SEA AND GULF OF MEXICO.
TYPICALLY...ABOUT SIX OF THESE STORMS WILL BECOME HURRICANES...
AND OF THOSE...THREE WILL BECOME MAJOR HURRICANES. IN AN AVERAGE
THREE YEAR PERIOD...THE U.S. COASTLINE FROM TEXAS TO MAINE WILL BE
STRUCK BY ROUGHLY FIVE HURRICANES. OF THESE HURRICANES...AT LEAST
TWO ARE USUALLY MAJOR HURRICANES...WITH WINDS IN EXCESS OF 110 MPH
...SIMILAR TO HURRICANE FRAN AND HUGO.

A HURRICANE IS A TYPE OF TROPICAL CYCLONE...WHICH IS A GENERIC
TERM FOR LOW PRESSURE SYSTEMS THAT DEVELOP OVER THE TROPICS.
TROPICAL CYCLONES ARE CLASSIFIED AS FOLLOWS...

TROPICAL DEPRESSIONS...DEPRESSIONS ARE ORGANIZED AREAS OF LOW
PRESSURE RESULTING IN A SYSTEM OF CLOUDS AND THUNDERSTORMS WITH A
DEFINED SURFACE CIRCULATION. TROPICAL DEPRESSIONS ARE DEFINED AS
HAVING MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS OF 38 MPH OR LESS.

TROPICAL STORMS...TROPICAL STORMS ARE BETTER ORGANIZED SYSTEMS OF
STRONG THUNDERSTORMS WITH A DEFINED AREA OF LOW PRESSURE AND WINDS
OF 39-73 MPH.

HURRICANES...HURRICANES ARE INTENSE TROPICAL SYSTEMS WITH A WELL
DEFINED SURFACE CIRCULATION WITH MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS OF 74 MPH
OR GREATER.

HURRICANES ARE CATEGORIZED ACCORDING TO THE STRENGTH OF THEIR
WINDS. A CATEGORY ONE STORM HAS THE LOWEST WIND SPEEDS...WHILE A
CATEGORY FIVE STORM HAS THE MOST EXTREME. THESE ARE RELATIVE
TERMS...BECAUSE LOWER CATEGORY STORMS CAN SOMETIMES INFLICT
GREATER DAMAGE THAN HIGHER CATEGORY STORMS...DEPENDING ON WHERE
THEY STRIKE AND THE PARTICULAR HAZARDS THEY BRING. FOR EXAMPLE
TROPICAL STORM ALLISON...WHILE ONLY A TROPICAL STORM...CAUSED OVER
6 BILLION DOLLARS IN DAMAGE DUE TO FLOODING IN EAST TEXAS. ALLISON
WAS THE COSTLIEST TROPICAL STORM IN HISTORY. HURRICANE
FLOYD...WHICH WAS A STRONGER HURRICANE...CAUSED SIMILAR DAMAGE IN
NORTH CAROLINA ON A MUCH LARGER SCALE.

$$



000
NOUS42 KMHX 240825
PNSMHX
NCZ029-044>047-079>081-090>095-098-103-104-250600-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NEWPORT/MOREHEAD CITY NC
425 AM EDT SUN MAY 24 2015

...NORTH CAROLINA HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK FOR 2015...

THIS WEEK HAS BEEN DECLARED NORTH CAROLINA`S HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS
WEEK FOR 2015. ALL WEEK LONG THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WILL BE
ISSUING INFORMATIVE MESSAGES TO HELP YOU PREPARE FOR HURRICANE
SEASON.

EACH DAY WE WILL COVER A DIFFERENT TOPIC. TODAY WE WILL TALK ABOUT
HURRICANE BASICS.

HURRICANES NEED THE RIGHT INGREDIENTS IN ORDER TO FORM. THESE
INCLUDE WARM TROPICAL WATER...ATMOSPHERIC MOISTURE AND LIGHT WINDS
ALOFT. WHEN AREAS OF DISTURBED WEATHER IN THE ATMOSPHERE
EXPERIENCE THESE INGREDIENTS THEY CAN COMBINE TO PRODUCE TROPICAL
STORMS AND HURRICANES WITH VIOLENT WINDS...INCREDIBLE WAVES AND
TORRENTIAL RAINS.

EACH YEAR...AN AVERAGE OF TWELVE TROPICAL STORMS DEVELOP OVER THE
ATLANTIC OCEAN...CARIBBEAN SEA AND GULF OF MEXICO.
TYPICALLY...ABOUT SIX OF THESE STORMS WILL BECOME HURRICANES...
AND OF THOSE...THREE WILL BECOME MAJOR HURRICANES. IN AN AVERAGE
THREE YEAR PERIOD...THE U.S. COASTLINE FROM TEXAS TO MAINE WILL BE
STRUCK BY ROUGHLY FIVE HURRICANES. OF THESE HURRICANES...AT LEAST
TWO ARE USUALLY MAJOR HURRICANES...WITH WINDS IN EXCESS OF 110 MPH
...SIMILAR TO HURRICANE FRAN AND HUGO.

A HURRICANE IS A TYPE OF TROPICAL CYCLONE...WHICH IS A GENERIC
TERM FOR LOW PRESSURE SYSTEMS THAT DEVELOP OVER THE TROPICS.
TROPICAL CYCLONES ARE CLASSIFIED AS FOLLOWS...

TROPICAL DEPRESSIONS...DEPRESSIONS ARE ORGANIZED AREAS OF LOW
PRESSURE RESULTING IN A SYSTEM OF CLOUDS AND THUNDERSTORMS WITH A
DEFINED SURFACE CIRCULATION. TROPICAL DEPRESSIONS ARE DEFINED AS
HAVING MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS OF 38 MPH OR LESS.

TROPICAL STORMS...TROPICAL STORMS ARE BETTER ORGANIZED SYSTEMS OF
STRONG THUNDERSTORMS WITH A DEFINED AREA OF LOW PRESSURE AND WINDS
OF 39-73 MPH.

HURRICANES...HURRICANES ARE INTENSE TROPICAL SYSTEMS WITH A WELL
DEFINED SURFACE CIRCULATION WITH MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS OF 74 MPH
OR GREATER.

HURRICANES ARE CATEGORIZED ACCORDING TO THE STRENGTH OF THEIR
WINDS. A CATEGORY ONE STORM HAS THE LOWEST WIND SPEEDS...WHILE A
CATEGORY FIVE STORM HAS THE MOST EXTREME. THESE ARE RELATIVE
TERMS...BECAUSE LOWER CATEGORY STORMS CAN SOMETIMES INFLICT
GREATER DAMAGE THAN HIGHER CATEGORY STORMS...DEPENDING ON WHERE
THEY STRIKE AND THE PARTICULAR HAZARDS THEY BRING. FOR EXAMPLE
TROPICAL STORM ALLISON...WHILE ONLY A TROPICAL STORM...CAUSED OVER
6 BILLION DOLLARS IN DAMAGE DUE TO FLOODING IN EAST TEXAS. ALLISON
WAS THE COSTLIEST TROPICAL STORM IN HISTORY. HURRICANE
FLOYD...WHICH WAS A STRONGER HURRICANE...CAUSED SIMILAR DAMAGE IN
NORTH CAROLINA ON A MUCH LARGER SCALE.

$$


000
NOAK49 PAFG 240538
PNSAFG
AKZ222-241745-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FAIRBANKS AK
938 PM AKDT SAT MAY 23 2015

...WARM TEMPERATURES ACROSS THE INTERIOR SATURDAY...

MAX TEMPERATURES IN THE INTERIOR RANGED MAINLY FROM THE MID
70S TO UPPER 80S...AS OF 9 PM AKDT SATURDAY MAY 23 2015.

THE FOLLOWING ARE MAX TEMPERATURES AT SELECT LOCATIONS AROUND
THE AK INTERIOR AS OF 9 PM AKDT.

                                                       HIGH
 LOCATION                                              TEMP (F)
  EAGLE AIRPORT.........................................89
  NENANA AIRPORT........................................86
  FORT WAINWRIGHT.......................................86
  FAIRBANKS INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.......................85
  EIELSON AIR FORCE BASE................................85
  NORTHWAY AIRPORT......................................83
  BETTLES AIRPORT.......................................82
  DELTA JUNCTION/FT GREELY AIRFIELD.....................82
  TANANA AIRPORT........................................81
  MCKINLEY NATIONAL PARK AIRPORT........................79
  FORT YUKON AIRPORT....................................79
  MINCHUMINA AIRPORT....................................73

THE FAIRBANKS INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT RECORDED A MAXIMUM
TEMPERATURE OF 85 DEGREES AT 4 PM TODAY. THIS BREAKS THE
PREVIOUS HIGH TEMPERATURE RECORD OF 80 DEGREES...SET IN 2002
AND 1960.

$$
ET


000
NOAK49 PAFG 240538
PNSAFG
AKZ222-241745-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FAIRBANKS AK
938 PM AKDT SAT MAY 23 2015

...WARM TEMPERATURES ACROSS THE INTERIOR SATURDAY...

MAX TEMPERATURES IN THE INTERIOR RANGED MAINLY FROM THE MID
70S TO UPPER 80S...AS OF 9 PM AKDT SATURDAY MAY 23 2015.

THE FOLLOWING ARE MAX TEMPERATURES AT SELECT LOCATIONS AROUND
THE AK INTERIOR AS OF 9 PM AKDT.

                                                       HIGH
 LOCATION                                              TEMP (F)
  EAGLE AIRPORT.........................................89
  NENANA AIRPORT........................................86
  FORT WAINWRIGHT.......................................86
  FAIRBANKS INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.......................85
  EIELSON AIR FORCE BASE................................85
  NORTHWAY AIRPORT......................................83
  BETTLES AIRPORT.......................................82
  DELTA JUNCTION/FT GREELY AIRFIELD.....................82
  TANANA AIRPORT........................................81
  MCKINLEY NATIONAL PARK AIRPORT........................79
  FORT YUKON AIRPORT....................................79
  MINCHUMINA AIRPORT....................................73

THE FAIRBANKS INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT RECORDED A MAXIMUM
TEMPERATURE OF 85 DEGREES AT 4 PM TODAY. THIS BREAKS THE
PREVIOUS HIGH TEMPERATURE RECORD OF 80 DEGREES...SET IN 2002
AND 1960.

$$
ET



000
NOUS41 KCAR 240535
PNSCAR
MEZ002-241745-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CARIBOU ME
135 AM EDT SUN MAY 24 2015

...2ND LATEST MEASURABLE SNOWFALL ON RECORD AT CARIBOU, MAINE...

A TOTAL OF THREE TENTHS (0.3") OF AN INCH OF SNOW WAS OBSERVED AT
CARIBOU, MAINE YESTERDAY. THIS BROKE THE PREVIOUS RECORD FOR MAY
23RD OF A TRACE OF SNOW OBSERVED IN 1990. IT WAS THE GREATEST
SNOWFALL EVER OBSERVED SO LATE IN THE SEASON. IT WAS ALSO THE 2ND
LATEST MEASURABLE SNOWFALL ON RECORD AT CARIBOU. THE ALL-TIME
LATEST MEASURABLE SNOWFALL WAS MAY 25, 1974 WHEN TWO TENTHS (0.2")
OF AN INCH OF SNOW WAS OBSERVED.

$$

CB



000
NOUS41 KCAR 240535
PNSCAR
MEZ002-241745-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CARIBOU ME
135 AM EDT SUN MAY 24 2015

...2ND LATEST MEASURABLE SNOWFALL ON RECORD AT CARIBOU, MAINE...

A TOTAL OF THREE TENTHS (0.3") OF AN INCH OF SNOW WAS OBSERVED AT
CARIBOU, MAINE YESTERDAY. THIS BROKE THE PREVIOUS RECORD FOR MAY
23RD OF A TRACE OF SNOW OBSERVED IN 1990. IT WAS THE GREATEST
SNOWFALL EVER OBSERVED SO LATE IN THE SEASON. IT WAS ALSO THE 2ND
LATEST MEASURABLE SNOWFALL ON RECORD AT CARIBOU. THE ALL-TIME
LATEST MEASURABLE SNOWFALL WAS MAY 25, 1974 WHEN TWO TENTHS (0.2")
OF AN INCH OF SNOW WAS OBSERVED.

$$

CB



000
NOUS41 KCAR 240535
PNSCAR
MEZ002-241745-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CARIBOU ME
135 AM EDT SUN MAY 24 2015

...2ND LATEST MEASURABLE SNOWFALL ON RECORD AT CARIBOU, MAINE...

A TOTAL OF THREE TENTHS (0.3") OF AN INCH OF SNOW WAS OBSERVED AT
CARIBOU, MAINE YESTERDAY. THIS BROKE THE PREVIOUS RECORD FOR MAY
23RD OF A TRACE OF SNOW OBSERVED IN 1990. IT WAS THE GREATEST
SNOWFALL EVER OBSERVED SO LATE IN THE SEASON. IT WAS ALSO THE 2ND
LATEST MEASURABLE SNOWFALL ON RECORD AT CARIBOU. THE ALL-TIME
LATEST MEASURABLE SNOWFALL WAS MAY 25, 1974 WHEN TWO TENTHS (0.2")
OF AN INCH OF SNOW WAS OBSERVED.

$$

CB


000
NOUS41 KCAR 240535
PNSCAR
MEZ002-241745-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CARIBOU ME
135 AM EDT SUN MAY 24 2015

...2ND LATEST MEASURABLE SNOWFALL ON RECORD AT CARIBOU, MAINE...

A TOTAL OF THREE TENTHS (0.3") OF AN INCH OF SNOW WAS OBSERVED AT
CARIBOU, MAINE YESTERDAY. THIS BROKE THE PREVIOUS RECORD FOR MAY
23RD OF A TRACE OF SNOW OBSERVED IN 1990. IT WAS THE GREATEST
SNOWFALL EVER OBSERVED SO LATE IN THE SEASON. IT WAS ALSO THE 2ND
LATEST MEASURABLE SNOWFALL ON RECORD AT CARIBOU. THE ALL-TIME
LATEST MEASURABLE SNOWFALL WAS MAY 25, 1974 WHEN TWO TENTHS (0.2")
OF AN INCH OF SNOW WAS OBSERVED.

$$

CB


000
NOUS45 KSLC 240248
PNSSLC
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
835 PM MDT SAT MAY 23 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

BELOW ARE 60-HOUR PRECIPITATION REPORTS THROUGH 8 PM.

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
HYDE PARK - 4513 FT                      8 AM SAT     1.71
BENSON - 4428 FT                         8 AM SAT     1.30
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          2 PM SAT     1.13
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     8 PM SAT     0.82
NORTH LOGAN - 4749 FT                    9 AM SAT     0.78
LOGAN - 4465 FT                          8 PM SAT     0.76
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                 11 AM SAT     0.75
LOGAN RIVER ABV STATE DAM - 4805 FT      8 PM SAT     0.66
PROVIDENCE - 4528 FT                     8 AM SAT     0.63
LEWISTON - 4514 FT                       8 PM SAT     0.60
LOGAN GOLF - 4808 FT                     1 PM SAT     0.53
LBW SOUTHFORK - 5095 FT                  8 PM SAT     0.47
LBW EXPFARM - 4498 FT                    8 PM SAT     0.46
LOGAN DRAINAGE FARM - 4435 FT            8 PM SAT     0.45
LBW PARADISE - 4859 FT                   1 PM SAT     0.43

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BRIGHAM CITY - 4400 FT                   8 PM SAT     1.44
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                8 PM SAT     1.11
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                 8 PM SAT     1.06
THATCHER - 4292 FT                       9 AM SAT     1.05
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                      8 PM SAT     1.01
WEST POINT - 4350 FT                    11 AM SAT     0.99
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                       8 PM SAT     0.96
CLINTON - 4337 FT                       11 AM SAT     0.87
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT               11 AM SAT     0.81
TREMONTON - 4331 FT                      8 PM SAT     0.78
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                   8 PM SAT     0.78
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            2 PM SAT     0.77
NORTH OGDEN - 4392 FT                    7 AM SAT     0.73
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    8 PM SAT     0.61
BRIGHAM CITY - 4230 FT                   5 PM SAT     0.60
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       2 PM SAT     0.58
ROY - 4373 FT                           11 AM SAT     0.57
CLEARFIELD - 4260 FT                     4 PM THU     0.57
SOUTH OGDEN - 4777 FT                   11 AM SAT     0.55
GARLAND 1 SE - 4328 FT                   7 AM SAT     0.52
CORINNE - 4238 FT                        8 PM SAT     0.49
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    8 PM SAT     0.48
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                    8 PM SAT     0.46
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    5 PM SAT     0.46
OGDEN - 4285 FT                         11 AM SAT     0.43
CENTERVILLE - 4445 FT                    4 PM FRI     0.43
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                       8 PM SAT     0.40
LAYTON - 4468 FT                        11 AM SAT     0.35
PERRY - 4491 FT                          6 AM SAT     0.34
WEST HAVEN - 4239 FT                    10 AM SAT     0.33
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT               7 PM THU     0.33
EAGLE LAKE - 4377 FT                     8 PM SAT     0.31
NORTH OGDEN                              6 PM FRI     0.31
LAYTON - 4770 FT                         8 PM SAT     0.30
NORTHEAST OGDEN BENCH - 4560 FT          1 PM SAT     0.29
CLEARFIELD UDOT - 4685 FT                8 PM SAT     0.25
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4590 FT                  7 PM THU     0.24
WEST WEBER - 4248 FT                     7 AM SAT     0.23

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
TOOELE - 5070 FT                         5 PM SAT     0.88
ROCKY - 5970 FT                          7 PM SAT     0.68
STOCKTON - 5087 FT                       7 AM SAT     0.62
TAYLORSVILLE - 4482 FT                   7 AM SAT     0.51
DRAPER - 5052 FT                         8 PM SAT     0.50
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS - 5230 FT             9 AM SAT     0.43
HERRIMAN - 5062 FT                       8 PM SAT     0.42
RIVERTON - 4429 FT                       8 PM SAT     0.41
TRANS-JORDAN LANDFILL - 5201 FT          2 PM SAT     0.37
SANDY - 4637 FT                          7 AM SAT     0.35
RIVERTON - 4480 FT                      11 AM SAT     0.29
HOLLADAY - 4516 FT                       8 PM SAT     0.28
SOUTH JORDAN - 4551 FT                   8 PM SAT     0.28
SALT LAKE CITY - 4590 FT                 7 AM SAT     0.26
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4317 FT               8 AM SAT     0.23
GRANTSVILLE 2 W - 4480 FT                5 AM SAT     0.19
SOUTH SALT LAKE - 4340 FT                7 AM SAT     0.14

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SPRINGVILLE                              8 PM SAT     0.46
PROVO BYU - 4570 FT                      5 PM SAT     0.35
SPANISH FORK POWER HOUSE - 4720 FT       5 PM SAT     0.25
ALPINE - 5070 FT                         5 PM SAT     0.22
SPANISH FORK - 4738 FT                   7 PM THU     0.20
LEHI - 4800 FT                           7 AM SAT     0.19
LEVAN - 5290 FT                          5 PM SAT     0.11
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4655 FT               7 PM FRI     0.11
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT          8 PM FRI     0.10

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
BOTHWELL - 4790 FT                       7 AM SAT     1.51
ARAGONITE - 5030 FT                      7 PM SAT     1.15
CLIFTON FLAT - 6384 FT                   7 PM SAT     1.00
UTAH TEST RANGE - 4440 FT                5 PM SAT     0.78
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                    8 PM SAT     0.72
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              2 PM SAT     0.65
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 8 PM SAT     0.59
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        7 PM SAT     0.54
SNOWVILLE - 4560 FT                      8 PM SAT     0.48
WEST OF WILDCAT MTN - 4259 FT           12 AM FRI     0.38
BLUE CREEK - 5170 FT                     8 PM SAT     0.37
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT               8 PM SAT     0.29
SNOWVILLE (SOUTH) - 4812 FT              8 PM SAT     0.29
ROMEO & CENTERLINE - 4308 FT            12 AM FRI     0.29
VERNON CREEK NEAR VERNON 8SE - 6226 FT   7 PM SAT     0.26

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                     8 PM SAT     0.69
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        7 PM SAT     0.52
SWANSONS ENV CENTER - 5700 FT            8 PM THU     0.48
EDEN - 4947 FT                           7 AM SAT     0.41
EDEN - 5337 FT                           5 PM SAT     0.25
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT        1 PM SAT     0.25
DEER CREEK DAM - 5270 FT                 5 AM SAT     0.25
WANSHIP DAM - 5940 FT                    5 PM SAT     0.13

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
MANTUA - 5899 FT                        11 AM SAT     1.45
GARDEN CITY - 5959 FT                   11 AM SAT     0.74
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       8 PM SAT     0.62
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    1 PM SAT     0.57
HARDWARE RANCH - 5564 FT                 8 PM SAT     0.56
BLACKSMITH FORK - 5020 FT                7 PM SAT     0.56
LAKETOWN - 5980 FT                       5 PM SAT     0.51
LAKETOWN UDOT - 5991 FT                 11 AM SAT     0.39
LAKETOWN - 5959 FT                       8 PM SAT     0.32
LOST CREEK NR CROYDEN - 5840 FT          7 PM THU     0.20
RANDOLPH - 6270 FT                       5 AM SAT     0.17
CITY CREEK WATER PLANT - 5330 FT         5 PM SAT     0.03

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
ALTA - 8730 FT                           5 PM SAT     0.47

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
YELLOWSTONE DRAINAGE - 7800 FT           8 PM SAT     0.85
YELLOWSTONE RIVER NR ALTONAH - 7506 FT   2 PM SAT     0.73
MOON LAKE - 8150 FT                      2 PM SAT     0.71
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       7 PM SAT     0.48
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 7 PM THU     0.44
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           8 PM SAT     0.39
HEBER CITY 10 ESE - 8305 FT              8 AM SAT     0.38
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        8 PM SAT     0.35
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         8 PM FRI     0.15

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
BAER #10 RED BULL - 8360 FT              8 PM SAT     0.85
BRUIN POINT - 10200 FT                   7 PM SAT     0.79
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      8 PM SAT     0.42
HORSE RIDGE - 8480 FT                    8 PM SAT     0.34
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                    8 PM SAT     0.25

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
ALTAMONT - 6370 FT                       5 AM SAT     0.83
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT            1 PM SAT     0.74
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      7 PM SAT     0.54
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      1 PM SAT     0.48
DUCHESNE - 5520 FT                       5 PM SAT     0.24
ROOSEVELT - 5167 FT                      9 AM SAT     0.22
MYTON - 5080 FT                          5 AM SAT     0.12

...CASTLE COUNTRY...
CARBON COUNTY AIRPORT - 5922 FT          8 PM FRI     0.04
FERRON - 5930 FT                         5 AM SAT     0.02

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
VENICE - 5244 FT                         8 PM SAT     0.34
MONROE - 5322 FT                         7 PM SAT     0.33
MONROE - 5364 FT                         8 PM SAT     0.26
SEVIER RESERVOIR - 5369 FT               7 PM THU     0.17
MOUNT PLEASANT - 5924 FT                 7 PM THU     0.07
SPRING CITY - 5835 FT                    7 PM THU     0.06

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
OAK CITY - 5138 FT                       7 PM FRI     4.72
FILLMORE - 5120 FT                       5 PM SAT     0.47
TULE VALLEY - 5135 FT                    7 PM SAT     0.37
OAK CITY - 5135 FT                       7 AM SAT     0.08
FISH SPRINGS REFUGE - 4335 FT            5 AM SAT     0.08
SIXMILE RIDGE - 5075 FT                  7 AM SAT     0.05
MUD SPRING - 5902 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.04
DELTA MUNI AIRPORT - 4750 FT             7 PM FRI     0.03

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
BRIMSTONE RESERVOIR - 5620 FT            7 PM SAT     0.80
ENTERPRISE - 5384 FT                     8 PM SAT     0.48
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT      8 PM SAT     0.45
ENTERPRISE - 5340 FT                     8 PM SAT     0.42
CEDAR CITY AIRPORT - 5627 FT             8 PM SAT     0.38
JENSEN SPRING - 5744 FT                  7 PM SAT     0.38
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        8 PM SAT     0.37
CEDAR CITY - 5895 FT                     8 PM SAT     0.30
CEDAR CITY - 6090 FT                     5 AM SAT     0.24
CEDAR CITY                               8 AM SAT     0.22
NEW HARMONY - 5625 FT                    5 AM SAT     0.15
CEDAR CITY 3W - 5529 FT                  8 PM FRI     0.03

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ZION NATIONAL PARK - 5741 FT             2 PM SAT     0.72
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    7 PM SAT     0.49
HURRICANE - 3239 FT                      8 AM SAT     0.14

...SOUTH CENTRAL UTAH...
KANAB - 4940 FT                          5 PM SAT     0.44
KODACHROME BASIN PARK - 5810 FT          5 PM SAT     0.30
ESCALANTE - 5810 FT                      5 PM SAT     0.25
APPLE VALLEY - 4757 FT                   8 AM SAT     0.12

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    8 PM SAT     0.74
GRASSY LAKE NR EPHRAIM - 8880 FT         8 PM SAT     0.38
HORSE HOLLOW - 6010 FT                   7 PM SAT     0.38
FILLMORE PORT #1 - 6229 FT               6 PM SAT     0.38
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    8 PM SAT     0.33
FREMONT INDIAN SP - 5920 FT              5 AM SAT     0.32
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     7 PM SAT     0.30
BLACK CEDAR - 6480 FT                    7 PM SAT     0.28
FLOWELL - 4735 FT                        8 PM SAT     0.27

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
WILLOW GULCH - 6840 FT                   1 PM SAT     1.10
GARDNER PEAK - 8350 FT                   1 PM SAT     1.10
LAVA POINT RAWS - 7890 FT                7 PM SAT     0.80
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 7 PM SAT     0.62
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              7 PM SAT     0.57
BUCK FLAT - 8000 FT                      8 PM SAT     0.56
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      7 PM SAT     0.43
ASSAY - 8100 FT                          8 PM SAT     0.37
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              8 PM SAT     0.31
BRYCE CANYON AIRPORT - 7585 FT           8 PM SAT     0.28
LARB HOLLOW - 8490 FT                    8 PM SAT     0.26
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      7 PM SAT     0.25
LOA - 7070 FT                            5 AM SAT     0.16
CIRCLEVILLE - 6079 FT                    7 AM SAT     0.15

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         8 PM SAT     0.70
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT       1 PM SAT     0.55
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    1 PM SAT     0.45


$$




000
NOUS45 KSLC 240248 AAA
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
835 PM MDT SAT MAY 23 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

BELOW ARE 60-HOUR PRECIPITATION REPORTS THROUGH 8 PM.

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
HYDE PARK - 4513 FT                      8 AM SAT     1.71
BENSON - 4428 FT                         8 AM SAT     1.30
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          2 PM SAT     1.13
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     8 PM SAT     0.82
NORTH LOGAN - 4749 FT                    9 AM SAT     0.78
LOGAN - 4465 FT                          8 PM SAT     0.76
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                 11 AM SAT     0.75
LOGAN RIVER ABV STATE DAM - 4805 FT      8 PM SAT     0.66
PROVIDENCE - 4528 FT                     8 AM SAT     0.63
LEWISTON - 4514 FT                       8 PM SAT     0.60
LOGAN GOLF - 4808 FT                     1 PM SAT     0.53
LBW SOUTHFORK - 5095 FT                  8 PM SAT     0.47
LBW EXPFARM - 4498 FT                    8 PM SAT     0.46
LOGAN DRAINAGE FARM - 4435 FT            8 PM SAT     0.45
LBW PARADISE - 4859 FT                   1 PM SAT     0.43

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BRIGHAM CITY - 4400 FT                   8 PM SAT     1.44
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                8 PM SAT     1.11
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                 8 PM SAT     1.06
THATCHER - 4292 FT                       9 AM SAT     1.05
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                      8 PM SAT     1.01
WEST POINT - 4350 FT                    11 AM SAT     0.99
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                       8 PM SAT     0.96
CLINTON - 4337 FT                       11 AM SAT     0.87
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT               11 AM SAT     0.81
TREMONTON - 4331 FT                      8 PM SAT     0.78
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                   8 PM SAT     0.78
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            2 PM SAT     0.77
NORTH OGDEN - 4392 FT                    7 AM SAT     0.73
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    8 PM SAT     0.61
BRIGHAM CITY - 4230 FT                   5 PM SAT     0.60
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       2 PM SAT     0.58
ROY - 4373 FT                           11 AM SAT     0.57
CLEARFIELD - 4260 FT                     4 PM THU     0.57
SOUTH OGDEN - 4777 FT                   11 AM SAT     0.55
GARLAND 1 SE - 4328 FT                   7 AM SAT     0.52
CORINNE - 4238 FT                        8 PM SAT     0.49
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    8 PM SAT     0.48
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                    8 PM SAT     0.46
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    5 PM SAT     0.46
OGDEN - 4285 FT                         11 AM SAT     0.43
CENTERVILLE - 4445 FT                    4 PM FRI     0.43
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                       8 PM SAT     0.40
LAYTON - 4468 FT                        11 AM SAT     0.35
PERRY - 4491 FT                          6 AM SAT     0.34
WEST HAVEN - 4239 FT                    10 AM SAT     0.33
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT               7 PM THU     0.33
EAGLE LAKE - 4377 FT                     8 PM SAT     0.31
NORTH OGDEN                              6 PM FRI     0.31
LAYTON - 4770 FT                         8 PM SAT     0.30
NORTHEAST OGDEN BENCH - 4560 FT          1 PM SAT     0.29
CLEARFIELD UDOT - 4685 FT                8 PM SAT     0.25
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4590 FT                  7 PM THU     0.24
WEST WEBER - 4248 FT                     7 AM SAT     0.23

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
TOOELE - 5070 FT                         5 PM SAT     0.88
ROCKY - 5970 FT                          7 PM SAT     0.68
STOCKTON - 5087 FT                       7 AM SAT     0.62
TAYLORSVILLE - 4482 FT                   7 AM SAT     0.51
DRAPER - 5052 FT                         8 PM SAT     0.50
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS - 5230 FT             9 AM SAT     0.43
HERRIMAN - 5062 FT                       8 PM SAT     0.42
RIVERTON - 4429 FT                       8 PM SAT     0.41
TRANS-JORDAN LANDFILL - 5201 FT          2 PM SAT     0.37
SANDY - 4637 FT                          7 AM SAT     0.35
RIVERTON - 4480 FT                      11 AM SAT     0.29
HOLLADAY - 4516 FT                       8 PM SAT     0.28
SOUTH JORDAN - 4551 FT                   8 PM SAT     0.28
SALT LAKE CITY - 4590 FT                 7 AM SAT     0.26
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4317 FT               8 AM SAT     0.23
GRANTSVILLE 2 W - 4480 FT                5 AM SAT     0.19
SOUTH SALT LAKE - 4340 FT                7 AM SAT     0.14

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SPRINGVILLE                              8 PM SAT     0.46
PROVO BYU - 4570 FT                      5 PM SAT     0.35
SPANISH FORK POWER HOUSE - 4720 FT       5 PM SAT     0.25
ALPINE - 5070 FT                         5 PM SAT     0.22
SPANISH FORK - 4738 FT                   7 PM THU     0.20
LEHI - 4800 FT                           7 AM SAT     0.19
LEVAN - 5290 FT                          5 PM SAT     0.11
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4655 FT               7 PM FRI     0.11
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT          8 PM FRI     0.10

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
BOTHWELL - 4790 FT                       7 AM SAT     1.51
ARAGONITE - 5030 FT                      7 PM SAT     1.15
CLIFTON FLAT - 6384 FT                   7 PM SAT     1.00
UTAH TEST RANGE - 4440 FT                5 PM SAT     0.78
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                    8 PM SAT     0.72
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              2 PM SAT     0.65
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 8 PM SAT     0.59
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        7 PM SAT     0.54
SNOWVILLE - 4560 FT                      8 PM SAT     0.48
WEST OF WILDCAT MTN - 4259 FT           12 AM FRI     0.38
BLUE CREEK - 5170 FT                     8 PM SAT     0.37
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT               8 PM SAT     0.29
SNOWVILLE (SOUTH) - 4812 FT              8 PM SAT     0.29
ROMEO & CENTERLINE - 4308 FT            12 AM FRI     0.29
VERNON CREEK NEAR VERNON 8SE - 6226 FT   7 PM SAT     0.26

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                     8 PM SAT     0.69
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        7 PM SAT     0.52
SWANSONS ENV CENTER - 5700 FT            8 PM THU     0.48
EDEN - 4947 FT                           7 AM SAT     0.41
EDEN - 5337 FT                           5 PM SAT     0.25
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT        1 PM SAT     0.25
DEER CREEK DAM - 5270 FT                 5 AM SAT     0.25
WANSHIP DAM - 5940 FT                    5 PM SAT     0.13

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
MANTUA - 5899 FT                        11 AM SAT     1.45
GARDEN CITY - 5959 FT                   11 AM SAT     0.74
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       8 PM SAT     0.62
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    1 PM SAT     0.57
HARDWARE RANCH - 5564 FT                 8 PM SAT     0.56
BLACKSMITH FORK - 5020 FT                7 PM SAT     0.56
LAKETOWN - 5980 FT                       5 PM SAT     0.51
LAKETOWN UDOT - 5991 FT                 11 AM SAT     0.39
LAKETOWN - 5959 FT                       8 PM SAT     0.32
LOST CREEK NR CROYDEN - 5840 FT          7 PM THU     0.20
RANDOLPH - 6270 FT                       5 AM SAT     0.17
CITY CREEK WATER PLANT - 5330 FT         5 PM SAT     0.03

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
ALTA - 8730 FT                           5 PM SAT     0.47

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
YELLOWSTONE DRAINAGE - 7800 FT           8 PM SAT     0.85
YELLOWSTONE RIVER NR ALTONAH - 7506 FT   2 PM SAT     0.73
MOON LAKE - 8150 FT                      2 PM SAT     0.71
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       7 PM SAT     0.48
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 7 PM THU     0.44
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           8 PM SAT     0.39
HEBER CITY 10 ESE - 8305 FT              8 AM SAT     0.38
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        8 PM SAT     0.35
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         8 PM FRI     0.15

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
BAER #10 RED BULL - 8360 FT              8 PM SAT     0.85
BRUIN POINT - 10200 FT                   7 PM SAT     0.79
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      8 PM SAT     0.42
HORSE RIDGE - 8480 FT                    8 PM SAT     0.34
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                    8 PM SAT     0.25

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
ALTAMONT - 6370 FT                       5 AM SAT     0.83
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT            1 PM SAT     0.74
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      7 PM SAT     0.54
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      1 PM SAT     0.48
DUCHESNE - 5520 FT                       5 PM SAT     0.24
ROOSEVELT - 5167 FT                      9 AM SAT     0.22
MYTON - 5080 FT                          5 AM SAT     0.12

...CASTLE COUNTRY...
CARBON COUNTY AIRPORT - 5922 FT          8 PM FRI     0.04
FERRON - 5930 FT                         5 AM SAT     0.02

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
VENICE - 5244 FT                         8 PM SAT     0.34
MONROE - 5322 FT                         7 PM SAT     0.33
MONROE - 5364 FT                         8 PM SAT     0.26
SEVIER RESERVOIR - 5369 FT               7 PM THU     0.17
MOUNT PLEASANT - 5924 FT                 7 PM THU     0.07
SPRING CITY - 5835 FT                    7 PM THU     0.06

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
OAK CITY - 5138 FT                       7 PM FRI     4.72
FILLMORE - 5120 FT                       5 PM SAT     0.47
TULE VALLEY - 5135 FT                    7 PM SAT     0.37
OAK CITY - 5135 FT                       7 AM SAT     0.08
FISH SPRINGS REFUGE - 4335 FT            5 AM SAT     0.08
SIXMILE RIDGE - 5075 FT                  7 AM SAT     0.05
MUD SPRING - 5902 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.04
DELTA MUNI AIRPORT - 4750 FT             7 PM FRI     0.03

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
BRIMSTONE RESERVOIR - 5620 FT            7 PM SAT     0.80
ENTERPRISE - 5384 FT                     8 PM SAT     0.48
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT      8 PM SAT     0.45
ENTERPRISE - 5340 FT                     8 PM SAT     0.42
CEDAR CITY AIRPORT - 5627 FT             8 PM SAT     0.38
JENSEN SPRING - 5744 FT                  7 PM SAT     0.38
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        8 PM SAT     0.37
CEDAR CITY - 5895 FT                     8 PM SAT     0.30
CEDAR CITY - 6090 FT                     5 AM SAT     0.24
CEDAR CITY                               8 AM SAT     0.22
NEW HARMONY - 5625 FT                    5 AM SAT     0.15
CEDAR CITY 3W - 5529 FT                  8 PM FRI     0.03

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ZION NATIONAL PARK - 5741 FT             2 PM SAT     0.72
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    7 PM SAT     0.49
HURRICANE - 3239 FT                      8 AM SAT     0.14

...SOUTH CENTRAL UTAH...
KANAB - 4940 FT                          5 PM SAT     0.44
KODACHROME BASIN PARK - 5810 FT          5 PM SAT     0.30
ESCALANTE - 5810 FT                      5 PM SAT     0.25
APPLE VALLEY - 4757 FT                   8 AM SAT     0.12

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    8 PM SAT     0.74
GRASSY LAKE NR EPHRAIM - 8880 FT         8 PM SAT     0.38
HORSE HOLLOW - 6010 FT                   7 PM SAT     0.38
FILLMORE PORT #1 - 6229 FT               6 PM SAT     0.38
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    8 PM SAT     0.33
FREMONT INDIAN SP - 5920 FT              5 AM SAT     0.32
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     7 PM SAT     0.30
BLACK CEDAR - 6480 FT                    7 PM SAT     0.28
FLOWELL - 4735 FT                        8 PM SAT     0.27

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
WILLOW GULCH - 6840 FT                   1 PM SAT     1.10
GARDNER PEAK - 8350 FT                   1 PM SAT     1.10
LAVA POINT RAWS - 7890 FT                7 PM SAT     0.80
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 7 PM SAT     0.62
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              7 PM SAT     0.57
BUCK FLAT - 8000 FT                      8 PM SAT     0.56
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      7 PM SAT     0.43
ASSAY - 8100 FT                          8 PM SAT     0.37
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              8 PM SAT     0.31
BRYCE CANYON AIRPORT - 7585 FT           8 PM SAT     0.28
LARB HOLLOW - 8490 FT                    8 PM SAT     0.26
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      7 PM SAT     0.25
LOA - 7070 FT                            5 AM SAT     0.16
CIRCLEVILLE - 6079 FT                    7 AM SAT     0.15

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         8 PM SAT     0.70
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT       1 PM SAT     0.55
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    1 PM SAT     0.45


$$



000
NOUS44 KSHV 240128
PNSSHV
ARZ059-060-070-071-LAZ001>003-011-012-018-020-OKZ077-TXZ096-097-
250600-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SHREVEPORT LA
827 PM CDT SAT MAY 23 2015

...MAJOR FLOODING THREAT INCREASING ON THE RED RIVER...

...LATEST RED RIVER STAGES AND FORECAST CREST INFORMATION...

ADDITIONAL VERY HEAVY RAINFALL IS EXPECTED ACROSS THE RED RIVER
BASIN BOTH UPSTREAM AND DOWNSTREAM OF LAKE TEXOMA IN NORTH TEXAS
THROUGH MEMORIAL DAY. NEARLY ALL OF THE RED RIVER`S TRIBUTARIES IN
SOUTHERN OKLAHOMA AND NORTH TEXAS REMAIN ABOVE FLOOD STAGE. SOILS IN
THE RED RIVER BASIN REMAIN SATURATED FROM THIS VERY WET SPRING OF
2015.  ALSO LAKE TEXOMA ON THE RED RIVER AND TRIBUTARY RESERVOIRS TO
THE RED RIVER REMAIN VERY HIGH AS WELL FROM STORED FLOOD WATERS.

AREA RESIDENTS...RANCHERS...AND FARMERS IN NORTHEAST
TEXAS...SOUTHWEST ARKANSAS...NORTHERN LOUISIANA...AND SOUTHEAST
OKLAHOMA ALONG THE RED RIVER NEED TO VERY CLOSELY MONITOR WEATHER
CONDITIONS AS WELL AS CLOSELY MONITOR RIVER AND LAKE STAGES THROUGH
THE FIRST WEEK OF JUNE.  AS HEAVY RAINFALL DEVELOPS THROUGH MEMORIAL
DAY MONDAY ACROSS MUCH OF THE RED RIVER BASIN...MAJOR FLOODING WILL
DEVELOP ON THE RED RIVER AND ITS TRIBUTARIES ACROSS NORTH TEXAS AND
SOUTH OKLAHOMA.

THIS DEVELOPING RED RIVER FLOOD EVENT HAS HIGH POTENTIAL TO BE
SIMILAR TO THAT OF MAY OF 1990. IF A FLOOD WARNING IS ISSUED FOR
MAJOR FLOODING ON THE RED RIVER...AREA RESIDENTS...RANCHERS...AND
FARMERS NEED TO BE PREPARED TO ACT IMMEDIATELY TO PROTECT
LIFE...PROPERTY...AND LIVESTOCK!

THE 8 PM SATURDAY STAGE ON THE RED RIVER NEAR DEKALB TEXAS AT PECAN
POINT WAS 28.2 FEET. THE RIVER IS EXPECTED TO RISE TO NEAR 31.4 FEET
BY TUESDAY EVENING. ADDITIONAL RISES ARE POSSIBLE. FLOOD STAGE NEAR
DEKALB TEXAS IS 24 FEET.

THE 8 PM SATURDAY STAGE ON THE RED RIVER AT FULTON ARKANSAS WAS 19.8
FEET.  THE RIVER WILL RISE TO NEAR 22 FEET BY THURSDAY MORNING.
ADDITIONAL RISES ARE POSSIBLE THEREAFTER WITH MAJOR FLOODING QUITE
POSSIBLE ACROSS SOUTHWEST ARKANSAS. FLOOD STAGE IS 27 FEET.

THE 8 PM SATURDAY STAGE ON THE RED RIVER AT SHREVEPORT LOUISIANA WAS
28.5 FEET. THE RIVER WILL CREST DURING THE LAST WEEK OF MAY AND
FIRST WEEK OF JUNE.  THE RIVER WILL CONTINUE TO RISE TO NEAR 31.5
FEET BY NEXT SATURDAY...MAY 30TH. FLOOD STAGE AT SHREVEPORT IS 30
FEET.

THE 8 PM SATURDAY STAGE ON THE RED RIVER AT COUSHATTA LOUISIANA WAS
31.9 FEET. THE RIVER IS EXPECTED TO RISE TO 33 FEET BY THE END OF
MAY.  FLOOD STAGE AT COUSHATTA IS 31 FEET.

THE 8 PM SATURDAY STAGE ON THE RED RIVER AT GRAND ECORE LOUISIANA WAS
36.0 FEET. THE RED RIVER WILL RISE TO NEAR 37 FEET BY THE BEGINNING
OF JUNE. FLOOD STAGE AT GRAND ECORE IS 33 FEET.

$$

13



000
NOUS45 KBOU 240045
PNSBOU
COZ030>051-242300-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DENVER/BOULDER CO
645 PM MDT SAT MAY 23 2015

...THIS WEEK IN METRO DENVER WEATHER HISTORY...

20-27 IN 2002...LIGHTNING SPARKED A WILDFIRE NEAR DECKERS.  EXTREMELY
        DRY CONDITIONS AND VERY STRONG WINDS THE FOLLOWING DAY
        ALLOWED THE FIRE...KNOWN AS THE SCHOONOVER...TO CONSUME 3850
        ACRES BEFORE IT COULD BE CONTAINED.  THIRTEEN STRUCTURES
        WERE DESTROYED...INCLUDING 4 HOMES...RESULTING IN 2.2 MILLION
        DOLLARS IN DAMAGE.
23-24 IN 2002...A PACIFIC STORM SYSTEM BROUGHT MUCH NEEDED SNOW TO
        THE MOUNTAINS AND FOOTHILLS WITH A MIX OF RAIN AND SNOW ON
        THE PLAINS.  THE MOST SNOW FELL FROM CENTRAL JEFFERSON
        COUNTY NORTHWARD.  SNOW TOTALS INCLUDED:  13 INCHES IN COAL
        CREEK CANYON...11 INCHES NEAR EVERGREEN AND ATOP GOLD HILL...
        10 INCHES NEAR BLACKHAWK AND CONIFER AND ATOP CROW HILL...
        9 INCHES NEAR ROLLINSVILLE...AND 8 INCHES NEAR GENESEE AND
        GOLDEN.  RAIN WAS MIXED WITH SNOW ACROSS THE CITY.
        PRECIPITATION TOTALED 0.61 INCH AT DENVER INTERNATIONAL
        AIRPORT.  SNOWFALL WAS LESS THAN AN INCH AT THE SITE OF THE
        FORMER STAPLETON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.  THE STORM BROUGHT
        UNSEASONABLY COLD AIR TO METRO DENVER.  THREE TEMPERATURE
        RECORDS WERE SET.  LOW TEMPERATURE OF 31 DEGREES ON THE
        23RD WAS A RECORD MINIMUM FOR THE DATE...AS WAS THE LOW OF
        32 DEGREES ON THE 24TH.  THE HIGH TEMPERATURE OF ONLY 48
        DEGREES EQUALED THE RECORD LOW MAXIMUM FOR THE DATE.
24    IN 1953...A MICROBURST CAUSED A BRIEF WIND GUST TO 55 MPH AT
        STAPLETON AIRPORT.
      IN 1957...WALNUT SIZE HAIL...1 1/2 INCHES IN DIAMETER...FELL IN
        EAST DENVER.  ONLY 1/4 INCH HAIL WAS MEASURED AT STAPLETON
        AIRPORT.
      IN 1958...RAINFALL TOTALED 1 TO 2 INCHES ACROSS METRO DENVER.
        RAINFALL WAS ONLY 0.37 INCHES AT STAPLETON AIRPORT.
      IN 1974...A TORNADO WAS OBSERVED BRIEFLY NEAR WATKINS.  NO
        DAMAGE WAS REPORTED.
      IN 1980...STRONG GUSTY WINDS OF AT LEAST 60 MPH DAMAGED
        BUILDINGS IN PARTS OF DENVER.  SEVERAL BUILDINGS WERE
        UNROOFED IN SHERIDAN.  THE FLYING DEBRIS DAMAGED OTHER
        STRUCTURES.  STRONG MICROBURST WINDS GUSTED TO 52 MPH
        AT STAPLETON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.
      IN 1991...A TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN BRIEFLY IN OPEN COUNTRY NEAR
        BENNETT.  NO DAMAGE WAS REPORTED.
      IN 1994...WEATHER SPOTTERS REPORTED 2 FUNNEL CLOUDS OVER
        AURORA AND A SHORT-LIVED WATERSPOUT ON CHERRY CREEK
        RESERVOIR.
      IN 1997...HAIL TO 1 INCH IN DIAMETER FELL IN BROOMFIELD
        WITH 3/4 INCH HAIL MEASURED IN BOULDER.
      IN 1998...A TORNADO STRUCK A WOODEN HANGAR AT THE AURORA
        AIRPARK.  THE HANGAR COLLAPSED...DAMAGING A CAR AND A
        SINGLE ENGINE PLANE PARKED INSIDE.  AN ADJACENT STEEL
        HANGAR SUSTAINED ONLY MINOR DAMAGE.  THE TORNADO MOVED
        NORTHEAST...HOPPED I-70...AND TOUCHED DOWN AGAIN IN AN
        OPEN FIELD.  EARLIER...A WEAK TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN
        BRIEFLY IN AN OPEN FIELD 10 MILES SOUTHEAST OF BUCKLEY
        FIELD.
      IN 2003...SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS PRODUCED LARGE HAIL OVER
        NORTHERN AND SOUTHERN METRO DENVER.  HAIL AS LARGE AS
        2 3/4 INCHES IN DIAMETER WAS MEASURED 10 MILES NORTHWEST
        OF HUDSON AND TO 2 INCHES IN DIAMETER 10 MILES NORTHEAST
        OF FORT LUPTON.  ONE INCH DIAMETER HAIL FELL IN FORT
        LUPTON.  HAIL TO 1 INCH IN DIAMETER FELL NEAR PARKER
        AND TO 3/4 INCH NEAR FRANKTOWN.
      IN 2004...SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS MOVED ACROSS NORTHWEST AND
        NORTH METRO DENVER.  HAIL AS LARGE AS 1 INCH IN DIAMETER
        FELL IN BROOMFIELD AND THORNTON WITH 3/4 INCH HAIL
        MEASURED NEAR ARVADA AND HUDSON AND IN THE CITY OF
        DENVER.
      IN 2005...SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS PRODUCED HAIL AS LARGE AS
        1 INCH IN DIAMETER IN ARVADA AND THE CITY OF DENVER.
      IN 2014...A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM IN LAKEWOOD PRODUCED HAIL...
        UP TO 1 INCH IN DIAMETER.
24-26 IN 1996...A LATE SPRING SNOWSTORM DUMPED 4 TO 10 INCHES OF
        SNOW OVER THE FRONT RANGE FOOTHILLS.  CONIFER PICKED UP
        10 INCHES OF NEW SNOW; ASPEN SPRINGS...9 INCHES; AND
        CENTRAL CITY...8 INCHES.  THE STICKY...HEAVY SNOW CLUNG TO
        POWER LINES AND PULLED TREE BRANCHES DOWN...CAUSING POWER
        OUTAGES TO ABOUT 1200 HOMES IN THE CONIFER AREA.  IT TOOK
        UP TO 6 HOURS TO RESTORE POWER TO SOME RESIDENCES.
        LIGHTNING STRUCK A TELEPHONE DATA CABINET IN CONIFER ON
        THE 25TH...WHICH KNOCKED OUT PHONE SERVICE TO ABOUT 1500
        CUSTOMERS.  WIDESPREAD RAIN FELL ACROSS METRO DENVER...
        WHERE RAINFALL TOTALED 2.07 INCHES AT THE SITE OF THE
        FORMER STAPLETON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT AND 1.66 INCHES AT
        DENVER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT WHERE NORTH WINDS GUSTED TO
        24 MPH ON THE 26TH.
      IN 2010...HIGH WINDS PRECEDING A COLD FRONT...SWEPT ACROSS
        THE FRONT RANGE FOOTHILLS AND URBAN CORRIDOR.  IN AURORA...
        THE WIND DAMAGED THE ROOF OF RANGEVIEW HIGH SCHOOL.  IN
        CONIFER AND DENVER...THE WIND DOWNED TREES AND POWER
        LINES AND CAUSED SEVERAL BRIEF OUTAGES.  THE DOWNED
        POWER LINES ALSO CAUSED SEVERAL CARS TO CATCH FIRE IN
        THE VICINITY OF 1590 COOK ST. IN DENVER.  PEAK WIND GUSTS
        INCLUDED:  82 MPH AT HIGHLANDS RANCH...67 MPH...4 MILES
        EAST OF FRANKTOWN AND LONGMONT; 65 MPH IN BOULDER...64 MPH
        IN CENTENNIEL AND DENVER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT...62 MPH
        NEAR PARKER AND 60 MPH IN ARVADA.
25    IN 1877...LIGHTNING KILLED ONE PERSON IN WEST DENVER AND
        STRUCK SEVERAL HOUSES.  THE BOLT STRUCK THE HOUSE OF THE
        "HOME LAUNDRY" STUNNING THE OCCUPANTS AND KILLING A LADY
        WHO WAS HOLDING ONE OF HER GRAND CHILDREN IN HER ARMS.
        THE CHILD ESCAPED UNHURT.  THE LIGHTNING ALSO STRUCK THE
        TOP OF A TREE IN FRONT OF THE HOUSE AND PARTIALLY PEELED
        THE BARK OFF THE TREE.  LIGHTNING STRUCK A CHURCH IN THE
        EVANS ADDITION AND ANOTHER TREE IN EAST DENVER.  LIGHTNING
        STRUCK THE SWITCH ROOM AT THE TELEGRAPH OFFICE WHERE THE
        OPERATOR SAW SMALL BALLS OF LIGHTNING PASS ACROSS THE ROOM
        TO THE STOVE.  THE THUNDERSTORM PELTED THE CITY WITH ONLY
        PEA SIZE HAIL.  PRECIPITATION FROM THE STORM TOTALED 0.40
        INCH IN DOWNTOWN DENVER.
      IN 1880...LIGHT RAIN ALL AFTERNOON TOTALED ONLY 0.24 INCH
        IN THE CITY...BUT WAS VALUABLE TO STOCKMEN AND FARMERS
        DUE TO THE VERY DRY...PARCHED WEATHER CONDITIONS ON THE
        PLAINS.
      IN 1965...A TORNADO WAS SIGHTED BY A PILOT 30 MILES SOUTH
        SOUTHEAST OF DENVER.   NO DAMAGE WAS REPORTED.  ANOTHER
        PILOT REPORTED 3/4 INCH HAIL 30 MILES EAST OF DENVER.  THE
        STATE PATROL REPORTED THAT A MAN WAS KILLED WHEN A FIERCE
        GUST OF WIND SWEPT HIM FROM THE BACK OF A PICK-UP TRUCK IN
        NORTHWEST DOUGLAS COUNTY.  THE MAN WAS HOLDING A MATTRESS
        IN THE BED OF THE TRUCK.
      IN 1974...A MICROBURST WIND GUST TO 53 MPH WAS RECORDED AT
        STAPLETON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.  A PILOT REPORTED A TORNADO
        20 MILES EAST OF DENVER.
      IN 1976...LIGHTNING STRUCK A HOME IN BOULDER...SHATTERING 2
        LARGE TREES AND DAMAGING A TELEVISION SET.
      IN 1997...HAIL AS LARGE AS 1 3/4 INCHES IN DIAMETER FELL NEAR
        WATKINS.  HAIL TO 3/4 INCH IN DIAMETER FELL IN BROOMFIELD
        AND NEAR LOCHBUIE.
      IN 2000...3/4 INCH DIAMETER HAIL FELL AT CHERRY CREEK RESERVOIR
        IN AURORA.  THUNDERSTORM WINDS GUSTED TO 51 MPH AT DENVER
        INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT WHERE SMALL HAIL FELL.
      IN 2006...A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM PRODUCED AN ESTIMATED WIND GUST
        TO 70 MPH IN HUDSON.  THE STRONG WINDS DAMAGED THE ROOF OF A
        HOME.  A THUNDERSTORM PRODUCED SOUTHWEST WIND GUSTS TO 54
        MPH AT DENVER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.
25-26 IN 1950...A MAJOR STORM DUMPED 10.0 INCHES OF SNOWFALL
        DOWNTOWN AND 10.7 INCHES AT STAPLETON AIRPORT WHERE
        NORTHWEST WINDS GUSTED TO 30 MPH ON THE 25TH.  THE STORM
        CAUSED EXTENSIVE DAMAGE TO UTILITY WIRES AND TREES WHICH
        WERE IN FULL LEAF.  A DAILY RECORD MINIMUM TEMPERATURE OF
        31 DEGREES OCCURRED ON THE 25TH.  THIS WAS THE COLDEST
        TEMPERATURE ON THIS DATE IN 79 YEARS AND FOR SO LATE IN THE
        SEASON.
      IN 1989...A LATE SEASON SNOW STORM DROPPED SNOW AS LOW AS 6
        THOUSAND FEET ALONG THE FRONT RANGE.  MOST PLACES IN THE
        FOOTHILLS HAD 2 TO 5 INCHES OF SNOW.  OVERNIGHT RAINFALL
        TOTALED 0.33 INCH AT STAPLETON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT WHERE
        NORTH WINDS GUSTED TO 37 MPH ON THE 25TH.
      IN 1994...LIGHTNING STRUCK A TELEVISION TRANSMITTER ON LOOKOUT
        MOUNTAIN NEAR GOLDEN AND BURNED OUT A SWITCHER...WHICH
        DISRUPTED CABLE SERVICE FOR 2 HOURS.
26    IN 1897...APPARENT POST-FRONTAL NORTH WINDS WERE SUSTAINED TO
        42 MPH WITH GUSTS AS HIGH AS 48 MPH.
      IN 1942...THE ALL-TIME HIGHEST RECORDED TEMPERATURE IN MAY...95
        DEGREES...OCCURRED.
      IN 1978...TWO CHILDREN WERE STRUCK AND KILLED BY LIGHTNING ON
        A JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL PLAYGROUND IN PARKER.
      IN 1987...1 INCH DIAMETER HAIL FELL NEAR BOULDER AND
        BENNETT.  THE HAIL WAS FAIRLY SOFT AND CAUSED NO DAMAGE.
      IN 1993...DRY THUNDERSTORMS PRODUCED WIND GUSTS TO 81 MPH AT
        JEFFERSON COUNTY AIRPORT NEAR BROOMFIELD.  SEVERAL TREES
        WERE BLOWN DOWN BY THE STRONG WINDS.  MICROBURST WINDS
        GUSTED TO 51 MPH AT STAPLETON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.
      IN 1995...A WOMAN WAS INJURED IN LITTLETON WHEN THE CAR SHE
        HAD JUST ENTERED WAS STRUCK BY LIGHTNING.  ALL OF THE
        WINDOWS IN THE CAR WERE BLOWN OUT BY THE STRIKE.  A FUNNEL
        CLOUD WAS SIGHTED NEAR LITTLETON.
      IN 2000...A STRONG MICROBURST WIND GUST TO 92 MPH FLIPPED A
        SMALL AIRPLANE ON ITS BACK AND BLEW A DC-3 LOOSE FROM ITS
        MOORINGS...WHICH ALLOWED IT TO ROLL ONTO A GRASSY FIELD AT
        FRONT RANGE AIRPORT NEAR WATKINS.
      IN 2010...SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS POUNDED PARTS OF THE URBAN
        CORRIDOR WITH VERY LARGE HAIL...HEAVY RAIN...DAMAGING WINDS
        AND A TORNADO.  THE HAIL...RANGING IN SIZE FROM 1 INCH TO
        2 3/4 INCHES IN DIAMETER...STRUCK BRIGHTON...COMMERCE CITY
        AND NORTHEAST DENVER THE HARDEST. THE STORMS CONTINUED TO
        SPREAD DESTRUCTION TO THE NORTH AND EAST...IMPACTING
        BYERS...HUDSON...DEER TRAIL AND PROSPECT VALLEY.  THE
        COMBINATION OF HAIL AND WIND STRIPPED THE BARK AND
        BRANCHES FROM TREES.  NUMEROUS ACCIDENTS WERE REPORTED
        AS THE HAIL ACCUMULATED UP TO A FOOT DEEP.  SNOWPLOWS
        WERE CALLED OUT TO CLEAR THE ROADWAYS.  FLASH FLOODING
        OCCURRED ALONG STATE HIGHWAY 52 BETWEEN HUDSON AND
        KEENESBURG...AND FORCING THE CLOSURE OF THE HIGHWAY.
        WIDESPREAD CROP DAMAGE WAS ALSO REPORTED AS THE AREA
        WAS INUNDATED WITH UP TO 18 INCHES OF WATER.  EXTENSIVE
        DAMAGE TO HOMES...BUSINESSES AND AUTOMOBILES WAS
        REPORTED WITH THE DAMAGE ESTIMATED TO BE AROUND 70
        MILLION DOLLARS.  A TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN NEAR DENVER
        INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT...BUT DID NO DAMAGE.  LIGHTNING
        STRUCK A CHILD IN COMMERCE CITY WHILE SHE WAS WATCHING
        TELEVISION.  SHE SUFFERED MINOR INJURIES TO HER LEG.
        AT THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN ARSENAL WILDLIFE REFUGE...A
        LIGHTNING STRIKE KILLED A BISON.  AT DENVER INTERNATIONAL
        AIRPORT...ONLY 0.01 INCH OF RAINFALL WAS OBSERVED...ALONG
        WITH A PEAK WIND GUST TO 48 MPH FROM THE SOUTHEAST.
26-31 IN 1995...A COOL PERIOD WITH LIGHT MORNING SHOWERS AND
        MODERATE TO HEAVY AFTERNOON SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS
        PUSHED RIVERS ALREADY SWOLLEN FROM MOUNTAIN SNOW MELT
        OVER THEIR BANKS CAUSING MINOR FLOODING.  STREAMS AND
        RIVERS SUCH AS THE SOUTH PLATTE AND BOULDER CREEK FLOODED
        MEADOWLANDS...BIKE PATHS...ROADS NEAR STREAMS...AND OTHER
        LOW LYING AREAS.  NO SIGNIFICANT PROPERTY DAMAGE WAS
        REPORTED AND CROP DAMAGE WAS UNKNOWN.  RAINFALL TOTALED
        1.79 INCHES AT THE SITE OF THE FORMER STAPLETON
        INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT AND ONLY 1.51 INCHES AT DENVER
        INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.
27    IN 1874...AN APPARENT THUNDERSTORM GUST FRONT REACHED THE
        CITY AT 6:40 PM.  STRONG SOUTHWEST WINDS SUSTAINED TO
        48 MPH FOR A FEW MINUTES PRODUCED LARGE COLUMNS OF
        DUST IN THE CITY AND ON THE PRAIRIE.  THERE WAS NO
        RAIN IN THE CITY.
      IN 1942...A DUSTSTORM SWEPT INTO THE CITY...BUT NO DAMAGE
        WAS REPORTED.  WEST WINDS WERE SUSTAINED TO 23 MPH.
      IN 1953...A HEAVY HAILSTORM CAUSED AN ESTIMATED 100 THOUSAND
        DOLLARS DAMAGE ACROSS METRO DENVER.  LARGER THAN GOLF BALL
        SIZE HAIL FELL IN WESTMINSTER AND NORTH DENVER.  ONLY 1/8
        INCH HAIL WAS MEASURED AT STAPLETON AIRPORT.
      IN 1955...WEST-NORTHWEST WINDS AT 35 MPH WITH GUSTS AS HIGH
        AS 58 MPH BRIEFLY REDUCED THE VISIBILITY TO 1/2 MILE IN
        BLOWING DUST AT STAPLETON AIRPORT.
      IN 1981...LIGHTNING DAMAGED POWER LINES WEST OF LAKEWOOD AND
        BLEW UP A TRANSFORMER AT THE DENVER FEDERAL CENTER.  HAIL
        1 TO 1 1/2 INCHES IN DIAMETER WAS REPORTED IN LAKEWOOD AND
        ON I-25 SOUTH OF DENVER.
      IN 2001...HAIL AS LARGE AS 3/4 INCH IN DIAMETER WAS MEASURED
        NEAR COMMERCE CITY.
      IN 2003...HAIL TO 3/4 INCH IN DIAMETER FELL NEAR CENTRAL
        CITY.
      IN 2006...UNUSUALLY WARM WEATHER FOR LATE MAY PRODUCED TWO
        TEMPERATURE RECORDS.  THE HIGH TEMPERATURE OF 93 DEGREES
        WAS A RECORD MAXIMUM FOR THE DATE.  THE LOW TEMPERATURE
        OF 59 DEGREES EQUALED THE RECORD HIGH MINIMUM TEMPERATURE
        FOR THE DATE.  BOTH PREVIOUS RECORDS OCCURRED IN 1895.
28    IN 1884...A THUNDERSTORM APPARENTLY PRODUCED LARGE HAIL.
        THE HAIL STONES WERE NOTED AS UNUSUALLY LARGE...BUT THE
        DIAMETER OF THE STONES WAS NOT MEASURED.  THE HAIL FELL
        FOR ONLY 5 MINUTES.  PRECIPITATION FROM THE STORM WAS
        ONLY 0.05 INCH.
      IN 1898...HEAVY THUNDERSTORM RAINFALL TOTALED 1.74 INCHES
        IN DOWNTOWN DENVER.  HAIL OF UNKNOWN SIZE ACCOMPANIED
        THE STORM.
      IN 1981...A WOMAN IN AURORA WAS STRUCK AND KILLED BY
        LIGHTNING.  ANOTHER BOLT INJURED A BOY ON A BICYCLE AT
        ABOUT THE SAME TIME A SHORT DISTANCE AWAY.  ABOUT HALF AN
        INCH OF RAIN IN 20 MINUTES CAUSED STREET FLOODING IN THE
        AREA.  A TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN FOR ABOUT 2 MINUTES SOME 3
        MILES NORTH OF STAPLETON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.
      IN 1982...SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS PRODUCED GOLF BALL SIZE HAIL
        IN SOUTHEAST DENVER...AURORA...AND STRASBURG.  THE LARGE
        HAILSTONES UNDOUBTEDLY DAMAGED SOME CARS IN THE AREA.
        AT STAPLETON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT...ONLY 1/2 INCH DIAMETER
        HAIL WAS MEASURED.
      IN 1991...GOLF BALL SIZE HAIL FELL IN BRIGHTON.  NO DAMAGE
        WAS REPORTED.  LATER...HAIL RANGING IN SIZE FROM 3/4 INCH
        TO 1 1/2 INCHES IN DIAMETER FELL OVER SOUTHWESTERN SECTIONS
        OF METRO DENVER.  IN SOME AREAS...HAIL PILED UP A FEW INCHES
        IN DEPTH.
      IN 1994...THUNDERSTORM WIND GUSTS TO 65 MPH DAMAGED 16 SMALL
        AIRPLANES AND A HANGAR AT CENTENNIAL AIRPORT.
      IN 2001...SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS PRODUCED LARGE HAIL ACROSS
        METRO DENVER.  HAIL AS LARGE AS 1 INCH IN DIAMETER FELL
        IN LAKEWOOD...WHEAT RIDGE...NORTHWEST DENVER...NEAR WATKINS...
        BENNETT...AND KEENESBURG.  HAIL 3/4 INCH OR LARGER FELL
        IN BRIGHTON.  THUNDERSTORM WINDS GUSTED TO 58 MPH AT
        DENVER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.  A SMALL TORNADO (F0)
        TOUCHED DOWN NEAR BENNETT...BUT DID NO DAMAGE.
29    IN 1934...THE LOW TEMPERATURE DIPPED TO ONLY 66 DEGREES...THE
        ALL-TIME RECORD HIGHEST MINIMUM TEMPERATURE FOR THE MONTH
        OF MAY.
      IN 1958...A MICROBURST CAUSED A BRIEF WIND GUST TO 56 MPH AT
        STAPLETON AIRPORT.
      IN 1964...HEAVY RAIN CAUSED FLOODING IN THE HARVEY GULCH
        AREA OF SOUTHEAST DENVER.  THE HIGH WATER DAMAGED HOMES...
        BUSINESSES...STREETS...AND BRIDGES.  AT STAPLETON
        INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT...1.33 INCHES OF RAIN WERE MEASURED
        WITH 1.76 INCHES TOTAL RAINFALL ON THE 29TH AND 30TH.  THE
        HEAVY RAIN DURING THE LAST WEEK OF THE MONTH WAS THE FIRST
        SIGNIFICANT PRECIPITATION SINCE APRIL 3RD.
      IN 1967...3/4 TO 1 INCH DIAMETER HAIL STONES FELL IN THE CITY
        OF DENVER...BUT CAUSED NO REPORTED DAMAGE.  HAIL AS LARGE AS
        3/4 INCH WAS MEASURED AT STAPLETON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.
      IN 1975...THE HEAVIEST LAST SNOWFALL OF THE SEASON OCCURRED
        WHEN 5.6 INCHES OF SNOW WERE MEASURED AT STAPLETON
        INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.  RAIN ALL DAY ON THE 28TH CHANGED
        TO SNOW ON THE 29TH AND ACCUMULATED TO A DEPTH OF 4 INCHES
        ON THE GROUND.  NORTHWEST WINDS GUSTED TO 31 MPH.
        PRECIPITATION (RAIN AND MELTED SNOW) ON THE 28TH AND 29TH
        TOTALED 1.48 INCHES.
      IN 1982...ONE MAN WAS KILLED AND TWO OTHERS INJURED BY A
        LIGHTNING STRIKE AS THEY STOOD UNDER A TREE IN THE CITY OF
        DENVER`S WASHINGTON PARK.
      IN 1987...7/8 INCH DIAMETER HAIL FELL NEAR CASTLE ROCK.
      IN 1990...THUNDERSTORMS OVER METRO DENVER PRODUCED SEVERAL
        SMALL FUNNEL CLOUDS AND TWO SMALL TORNADOES.  THE FIRST
        TORNADO (F0) TOUCHED DOWN IN NORTHWEST DENVER AND CAUSED
        ROOF DAMAGE TO A HOUSE AND SNAPPED OFF THE TOPS OF SEVERAL
        TREES.  A SECOND TORNADO (F1) TOUCHED DOWN IN NORTHGLENN
        AND MOVED INTO THORNTON DAMAGING A GROUP OF SELF STORAGE
        GARAGES...SEVERAL VEHICLES...A WOODEN FENCE...SEVERAL TREES...
        AND THE ROOF OF AN AUTO PARTS STORE.  NO INJURIES WERE
        REPORTED.  THE STORMS ALSO CAUSED MINOR STREET FLOODING
        ACROSS NORTHERN AND WESTERN SECTIONS OF METRO DENVER.
        RAINFALL TOTALS RANGED FROM 1 TO 3 INCHES.  LIGHTNING
        STARTED A SMALL FIRE AT A HOME IN NORTHWEST DENVER.  THE
        FIRE WAS CONFINED TO THE FRONT ROOMS AND WAS QUICKLY
        EXTINGUISHED.  SNOW PLOWS WERE USED TO CLEAR 2 TO 4 INCHES
        OF PEA TO MARBLE SIZE HAIL FROM A STRETCH OF U.S. HIGHWAY
        285 IN TURKEY CREEK CANYON.  LIGHTNING FELLED A TREE IN
        NORTHEAST DENVER...WHILE STRONG WINDS SNAPPED OFF SEVERAL
        LARGE TREE LIMBS IN THE SAME AREA.  THUNDERSTORM RAINFALL
        TOTALED 0.82 INCH AT STAPLETON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
        WHERE SOUTHWEST WINDS GUSTED TO 30 MPH.
      IN 1991...LIGHTNING STRUCK A 13 YEAR OLD BOY IN A FIELD IN
        FORT LUPTON.  THE BOY WAS IN CRITICAL CONDITION IN AN AREA
        HOSPITAL FOR 2 DAYS BEFORE RECOVERING.
      IN 1995...LIGHTNING STRUCK A SOCCER GOAL POST AND INJURED
        6 ADULTS VIEWING A SOCCER GAME IN ARVADA.  ALTHOUGH NO
        ONE RECEIVED A DIRECT HIT FROM THE LIGHTNING...ALL ESCAPED
        WITH ONLY MINOR INJURIES...EXCEPT ONE WOMAN WHO WAS
        HOSPITALIZED.
      IN 1996...LARGE HAIL...3/4 TO 1 1/2 INCHES IN DIAMETER...
        STRUCK LAKEWOOD AND WEST DENVER.  LIGHTNING SPARKED A
        SMALL FIRE WHEN IT STRUCK AN OIL STORAGE TANK 5 MILES
        WEST OF BRIGHTON.
      IN 2001...LIGHTNING SPARKED A FIRE IN AN APARTMENT COMPLEX IN
        AURORA...FORCING THE EVACUATION OF 24 UNITS.  MOST OF THE
        FIRE DAMAGE WAS CONFINED TO THE ATTIC.  DAMAGE WAS
        ESTIMATED AT 100 THOUSAND DOLLARS.
      IN 2004...A MAN AND HIS SON WERE STRUCK BY LIGHTNING WHILE
        PRACTICING ON THE DRIVING RANGE AT THE MEADOWS GOLF CLUB
        IN SOUTHWEST METRO DENVER.  THE FATHER WAS KILLED BY THE
        BOLT...AND HIS 16 YEAR OLD SON SERIOUSLY INJURED.  THREE
        OTHER PEOPLE STANDING NEARBY RECEIVED ONLY MINOR INJURIES.
      IN 2010...HAIL UP TO 7/8 INCH IN DIAMETER WAS REPORTED IN
        BROOMFIELD.
29-1  IN 1894...HEAVY RAIN COMBINED WITH SNOWMELT RUNOFF CAUSED
        WIDESPREAD FLOODING OVER THE SOUTH PLATTE RIVER BASIN.
        RAINFALL WAS HEAVIEST IN THE FOOTHILLS WHERE 5 TO 8
        INCHES WERE MEASURED OVER THE 4 DAYS.  HEAVY RAINFALL
        WEST OF BOULDER FLOODED MINING TOWNS AND DAMAGED MINING
        PROPERTIES.  IN THE CANYONS ABOVE BOULDER...RAILROADS
        AND ROADS WERE WASHED OUT ALONG WITH MANY BRIDGES.  THE
        FLOODWATERS SPREAD INTO CENTRAL BOULDER AND COVERED A
        WIDE AREA FROM UNIVERSITY HILL NORTH TO NEAR MAPLETON
        HILL TO A MAXIMUM DEPTH OF 8 FEET.  MANY HOUSES WERE
        SWEPT AWAY...AND EVERY BRIDGE IN BOULDER WAS DESTROYED.
        A FEW PEOPLE...TRAPPED IN THEIR HOMES BY THE FLOODWATERS...
        HAD TO BE RESCUED.  HOWEVER...THE GRADUAL RISE OF THE FLOOD
        WATERS RESULTED IN ONLY ONE DEATH.  BOULDER CREEK SPREAD TO
        A WIDTH OF NEARLY ONE MILE IN THE PASTURE LAND TO THE EAST
        OF BOULDER.  EXTENSIVE FLOODING ON LEFT HAND CREEK NORTH
        OF BOULDER WASHED AWAY RAILROAD AND WAGON BRIDGES.  THE
        HEAVY CLOUDBURSTS CAUSED FLOODING ON BEAR CREEK...WHICH
        WASHED AWAY BRIDGES...RAILROAD TRACKS...AND STRUCTURES AND
        DESTROYED THE CANYON ROADWAY.  MORRISON SUSTAINED THE
        HEAVIEST FLOOD DAMAGE ON BEAR CREEK.  IN DENVER...RAINFALL
        TOTALED ONLY 1.50 INCHES ON THE 30TH AND 31ST...BUT THE
        HEAVY RAINFALL ON UPSTREAM TRIBUTARIES OF THE SOUTH PLATTE
        RIVER CAUSED THE RIVER TO RISE AS MUCH AS 10 FEET ABOVE THE
        LOW WATER MARK IN THE CITY...WHICH CAUSED SOME FLOODING OF
        PASTURE LAND DOWNSTREAM TO A DEPTH OF 6 FEET NEAR BRIGHTON.
30    IN 1875...A WINDSTORM LASTING ALMOST ALL DAY PRODUCED
        SUSTAINED WINDS TO 42 MPH.
      IN 1935...SOUTHEAST WINDS SUSTAINED TO 29 MPH WITH GUSTS TO
        34 MPH PRODUCED A MODERATE DUSTSTORM DURING THE AFTERNOON.
      IN 1938...HEAVY THUNDERSTORM RAIN AND HAIL PUMMELED DOWNTOWN
        DENVER DURING THE EVENING HOURS.  RAINFALL ACCUMULATED TO
        1.63 INCHES.  HAIL ACCUMULATED TO A DEPTH OF 18 INCHES.
      IN 1948...A LOCALIZED THUNDERSTORM CAUSED FLOODING ON SAND
        CREEK IN AURORA AND NORTHEAST DENVER.  RAINFALL WAS ONLY
        0.49 INCH IN DOWNTOWN DENVER WHERE LIGHT HAIL ALSO FELL.
      IN 1963...A GOLFER DIED OF INJURIES RECEIVED WHEN STRUCK
        BY LIGHTNING ON A GOLF COURSE SOUTHWEST OF DENVER.  A
        WAREHOUSE IN DENVER WAS DAMAGED AND ITS CONTENTS DESTROYED
        BY A LIGHTNING-CAUSED FIRE.
      IN 1967...UP TO 4.00 INCHES OF RAIN IN LAKEWOOD AND WHEAT
        RIDGE CAUSED FLOODING OF ROADS AND BASEMENTS.  WATER WAS
        SEVERAL FEET DEEP IN SOME YARDS.  MANY STREETS WERE
        TEMPORARILY CLOSED.  HAIL AS LARGE AS 1 INCH IN DIAMETER
        FELL IN WHEAT RIDGE.  HAIL PILED UP TO 2 FEET DEEP IN SOME
        LOW LYING AREAS OF EAST AND SOUTHEAST DENVER.  SNOWPLOWS
        WERE EMPLOYED TO REMOVE THE HAIL.  STAPLETON INTERNATIONAL
        AIRPORT...WHERE WEST WINDS GUSTED TO 39 MPH...RECEIVED 1.51
        INCHES OF RAIN AND HAIL...WHICH FORCED THE CLOSURE OF THE
        RUNWAYS FOR AN HOUR.  HAIL STONES TO 3/4 INCH IN DIAMETER
        WERE MEASURED AT BUCKLEY FIELD.  A FUNNEL CLOUD WAS SIGHTED
        NEAR SOUTH WADSWORTH BLVD. AND BEAR CREEK.  A TORNADO
        TOUCHED DOWN BRIEFLY IN THE VICINITY OF 60TH AND 62ND
        AVENUES NEAR NORTH WASHINGTON STREET.  THE STORM UPROOTED
        TREES AND DAMAGED ONE BUILDING.  DOORS WERE RIPPED FROM A
        BUSINESS HOUSE...WIDELY SCATTERING IRRIGATION PIPE.  IN
        ADDITION...A TOTAL OF 3 FUNNEL CLOUDS WERE SIGHTED IN THAT
        AREA.
      IN 1970...HAIL UP TO 1 INCH IN DIAMETER FELL AT STAPLETON
        INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.
      IN 1976...A SINGLE THUNDERSTORM CROSSED SOUTH METRO DENVER
        PRODUCING A FUNNEL CLOUD 2 MILES SOUTH OF ARAPAHOE ROAD
        AND BROADWAY.  THE STORM MOVED OVER BUCKLEY FIELD PRODUCING
        A FUNNEL CLOUD AND 1/2 INCH DIAMETER HAIL.  AS THE STORM
        MOVED NORTHEAST OF THE CITY...A LARGE TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN
        NEAR EAST 59TH AVE AND TOWER ROAD AND WAS ON THE GROUND FOR
        20 MINUTES.  IT DEMOLISHED A 60-FOOT-LONG CINDERBLOCK COW
        SHED...TORE A WALL FROM A MACHINERY SHED...TORE SHINGLES OFF
        THE ROOF OF A FARMHOUSE NEARBY...AND FELLED 12 TREES ON ONE
        FARM.  A BOY IN A FEED SHED 20 FEET FROM A DESTROYED
        BUILDING WAS NOT INJURED.
      IN 1977...3/4 TO 1 INCH DIAMETER HAIL FELL AT OR NEAR
        STAPLETON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.  ONE INCH TO BASEBALL
        SIZE HAIL FELL IN SOUTH DENVER...DAMAGING SOME HOMES AND
        EXTENSIVELY DAMAGING SOME AIRPLANES AT ARAPAHOE COUNTY
        AIRPORT...NOW CENTENNIAL AIRPORT.  HAIL COVERED HIGHWAYS
        TO A DEPTH OF 6 TO 8 INCHES IN SOUTH DENVER.
      IN 1978...TWO FUNNEL CLOUDS WERE SIGHTED 5 MILES SOUTH OF
        STAPLETON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.  HAIL UP TO 1 1/4 INCHES IN
        DIAMETER WAS REPORTED IN WHEAT RIDGE AND NORTHWEST DENVER.
        ONLY 1/2 INCH DIAMETER HAIL FELL AT STAPLETON INTERNATIONAL
        AIRPORT.
      IN 1989...GOLF BALL SIZE HAIL FELL AT THE JUNCTION OF I-25 AND
        I-225.  ONE INCH DIAMETER HAIL FELL IN LITTLETON.
      IN 1990...A LINE OF SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS CROSSED METRO DENVER...
        PRODUCING WIND GUSTS TO 60 MPH AND SCATTERED AREAS OF
        PEA TO MARBLE SIZE HAIL.  SMALL TREES AND BRANCHES WERE
        BLOWN DOWN BY THE STRONG THUNDERSTORM WINDS...WHICH ALSO
        CAUSED MINOR POWER OUTAGES ACROSS SOUTHERN AND EASTERN
        SECTIONS OF METRO DENVER.  THE STRONG WINDS UPROOTED A 25-
        TO 30-FOOT TREE IN THE ACRES GREEN SUBDIVISION OF NORTHERN
        DOUGLAS COUNTY.  THE TREE BLOCKED A BUSY STREET FOR SEVERAL
        HOURS.  A PILOT REPORTED HAIL AS LARGE AS 1 1/2 INCHES IN
        DIAMETER COVERING THE GROUND NEAR THE NORTH END OF A RUNWAY
        AT STAPLETON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.  HEAVY RAIN CAUSED A
        ROCK AND MUD SLIDE THAT PARTIALLY CLOSED THE BOULDER CANYON
        HIGHWAY 10 MILES WEST OF BOULDER.  THUNDERSTORM WINDS GUSTED
        TO 41 MPH AT STAPLETON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.
      IN 2001...LIGHTNING IGNITED A FIRE WHICH DESTROYED A LUXURY
        HOME ON BEAR MOUNTAIN NEAR EVERGREEN.  ESTIMATED DAMAGE
        WAS SET AT 1 MILLION DOLLARS.
      IN 2003...FLASH FLOODING OCCURRED IN THE HAYMAN FIRE BURN AREA
        AFTER AS MUCH AS 1 INCH OF RAIN FELL IN 30 MINUTES.  THE
        HEAVY RAINFALL WASHED OUT MANY ACCESS ROADS AND CLOSED STATE
        HIGHWAY 67 BETWEEN DECKERS AND WEST CREEK.  A 3-FOOT WALL OF
        WATER RAN DOWN FOURMILE CREEK FROM THE YMCA CAMP AT SHADY
        BROOK...DAMAGING ONE BUILDING IN THE CAMP AND FLOODING ROADS.
        HAIL AS LARGE AS 3/4 INCH IN DIAMETER FELL NEAR ROGGEN IN
        WELD COUNTY.
      IN 2005...LIGHTNING STRUCK AS LEAST 20 HOMES IN WESTMINSTER.
        ONLY MINOR DAMAGE WAS REPORTED.  SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS
        PRODUCED HAIL AS LARGE AS 1.25 INCHES IN AND NEAR FORT
        LUPTON AND HAIL TO 3/4 INCH NEAR INDIAN HILLS IN JEFFERSON
        COUNTY.
      IN 2014...HEAVY RAINFALL...NEARLY 1.2 INCHES IN 30 MINUTES...
        PRODUCED LOCALIZED STREET FLOODING IN BOULDER. THE HEAVY
        RAIN COUPLED WITH THE ALREADY SWOLLEN CREEKS FROM THE SPRING
        RUNOFF ALONG BOULDER CREEK RESULTED IN THE FLOODING. STREET
        FLOODING WAS REPORTED AT 6TH ST AND CANYON BLVD AND AT
        BASELINE ROAD. SOME CARS WERE STRANDED IN THE HIGH WATER IN
        LOW LYING AREAS AND ONE PERSON REPORTED BEING TRAPPED IN HIS
        VEHICLE.
30-31 IN 1935...HEAVY THUNDERSTORM RAINS OVERNIGHT CAUSED FLASH
        FLOODING EAST OF THE CITY ON BOTH KIOWA AND BIJOU CREEKS...
        RESULTING IN A TOTAL OF 9 DEATHS.  MOST OF THE DAMAGE WAS
        ON KIOWA CREEK WHERE THERE WERE MORE STRUCTURES.  THE
        WATER ROSE RAPIDLY DURING THE STORM...RIPPING HOUSES AND
        STORES FROM THEIR FOUNDATIONS AND SWEEPING THEM DOWNSTREAM.
        PRECIPITATION IN DENVER TOTALED ONLY 0.01 INCH.  HAIL FELL
        IN THE CITY FOR A SHORT TIME.  THE HAIL WAS VERY SMALL AND
        CAUSED NO DAMAGE.
      IN 1983...A LATE STORM OF RAIN AND SNOW HIT THE FRONT RANGE.
        OVER AN INCH OF RAIN FELL AT SOME SPOTS...AND ABOVE 7
        THOUSAND FEET...1 TO 5 INCHES OF SNOW WHITENED THE GROUND.
        SOME SNOW FLAKES EVEN FELL IN THE WESTERN SUBURBS OF METRO
        DENVER ON THE NIGHT OF THE 30TH.
      IN 2002...UNSEASONABLY WARM WEATHER AT THE END OF THE MONTH
        RESULTED IN 3 TEMPERATURE RECORDS.  HIGH TEMPERATURE OF
        91 DEGREES ON THE 30TH EQUALED THE RECORD MAXIMUM FOR THE
        DATE.  LOW TEMPERATURE OF 61 DEGREES ON THE 31ST WAS A
        RECORD HIGH MINIMUM FOR THE DATE.  HIGH TEMPERATURE OF 93
        DEGREES ON THE 31ST WAS A RECORD MAXIMUM FOR THE DATE.

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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DENVER/BOULDER CO
645 PM MDT SAT MAY 23 2015

...THIS WEEK IN METRO DENVER WEATHER HISTORY...

20-27 IN 2002...LIGHTNING SPARKED A WILDFIRE NEAR DECKERS.  EXTREMELY
        DRY CONDITIONS AND VERY STRONG WINDS THE FOLLOWING DAY
        ALLOWED THE FIRE...KNOWN AS THE SCHOONOVER...TO CONSUME 3850
        ACRES BEFORE IT COULD BE CONTAINED.  THIRTEEN STRUCTURES
        WERE DESTROYED...INCLUDING 4 HOMES...RESULTING IN 2.2 MILLION
        DOLLARS IN DAMAGE.
23-24 IN 2002...A PACIFIC STORM SYSTEM BROUGHT MUCH NEEDED SNOW TO
        THE MOUNTAINS AND FOOTHILLS WITH A MIX OF RAIN AND SNOW ON
        THE PLAINS.  THE MOST SNOW FELL FROM CENTRAL JEFFERSON
        COUNTY NORTHWARD.  SNOW TOTALS INCLUDED:  13 INCHES IN COAL
        CREEK CANYON...11 INCHES NEAR EVERGREEN AND ATOP GOLD HILL...
        10 INCHES NEAR BLACKHAWK AND CONIFER AND ATOP CROW HILL...
        9 INCHES NEAR ROLLINSVILLE...AND 8 INCHES NEAR GENESEE AND
        GOLDEN.  RAIN WAS MIXED WITH SNOW ACROSS THE CITY.
        PRECIPITATION TOTALED 0.61 INCH AT DENVER INTERNATIONAL
        AIRPORT.  SNOWFALL WAS LESS THAN AN INCH AT THE SITE OF THE
        FORMER STAPLETON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.  THE STORM BROUGHT
        UNSEASONABLY COLD AIR TO METRO DENVER.  THREE TEMPERATURE
        RECORDS WERE SET.  LOW TEMPERATURE OF 31 DEGREES ON THE
        23RD WAS A RECORD MINIMUM FOR THE DATE...AS WAS THE LOW OF
        32 DEGREES ON THE 24TH.  THE HIGH TEMPERATURE OF ONLY 48
        DEGREES EQUALED THE RECORD LOW MAXIMUM FOR THE DATE.
24    IN 1953...A MICROBURST CAUSED A BRIEF WIND GUST TO 55 MPH AT
        STAPLETON AIRPORT.
      IN 1957...WALNUT SIZE HAIL...1 1/2 INCHES IN DIAMETER...FELL IN
        EAST DENVER.  ONLY 1/4 INCH HAIL WAS MEASURED AT STAPLETON
        AIRPORT.
      IN 1958...RAINFALL TOTALED 1 TO 2 INCHES ACROSS METRO DENVER.
        RAINFALL WAS ONLY 0.37 INCHES AT STAPLETON AIRPORT.
      IN 1974...A TORNADO WAS OBSERVED BRIEFLY NEAR WATKINS.  NO
        DAMAGE WAS REPORTED.
      IN 1980...STRONG GUSTY WINDS OF AT LEAST 60 MPH DAMAGED
        BUILDINGS IN PARTS OF DENVER.  SEVERAL BUILDINGS WERE
        UNROOFED IN SHERIDAN.  THE FLYING DEBRIS DAMAGED OTHER
        STRUCTURES.  STRONG MICROBURST WINDS GUSTED TO 52 MPH
        AT STAPLETON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.
      IN 1991...A TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN BRIEFLY IN OPEN COUNTRY NEAR
        BENNETT.  NO DAMAGE WAS REPORTED.
      IN 1994...WEATHER SPOTTERS REPORTED 2 FUNNEL CLOUDS OVER
        AURORA AND A SHORT-LIVED WATERSPOUT ON CHERRY CREEK
        RESERVOIR.
      IN 1997...HAIL TO 1 INCH IN DIAMETER FELL IN BROOMFIELD
        WITH 3/4 INCH HAIL MEASURED IN BOULDER.
      IN 1998...A TORNADO STRUCK A WOODEN HANGAR AT THE AURORA
        AIRPARK.  THE HANGAR COLLAPSED...DAMAGING A CAR AND A
        SINGLE ENGINE PLANE PARKED INSIDE.  AN ADJACENT STEEL
        HANGAR SUSTAINED ONLY MINOR DAMAGE.  THE TORNADO MOVED
        NORTHEAST...HOPPED I-70...AND TOUCHED DOWN AGAIN IN AN
        OPEN FIELD.  EARLIER...A WEAK TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN
        BRIEFLY IN AN OPEN FIELD 10 MILES SOUTHEAST OF BUCKLEY
        FIELD.
      IN 2003...SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS PRODUCED LARGE HAIL OVER
        NORTHERN AND SOUTHERN METRO DENVER.  HAIL AS LARGE AS
        2 3/4 INCHES IN DIAMETER WAS MEASURED 10 MILES NORTHWEST
        OF HUDSON AND TO 2 INCHES IN DIAMETER 10 MILES NORTHEAST
        OF FORT LUPTON.  ONE INCH DIAMETER HAIL FELL IN FORT
        LUPTON.  HAIL TO 1 INCH IN DIAMETER FELL NEAR PARKER
        AND TO 3/4 INCH NEAR FRANKTOWN.
      IN 2004...SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS MOVED ACROSS NORTHWEST AND
        NORTH METRO DENVER.  HAIL AS LARGE AS 1 INCH IN DIAMETER
        FELL IN BROOMFIELD AND THORNTON WITH 3/4 INCH HAIL
        MEASURED NEAR ARVADA AND HUDSON AND IN THE CITY OF
        DENVER.
      IN 2005...SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS PRODUCED HAIL AS LARGE AS
        1 INCH IN DIAMETER IN ARVADA AND THE CITY OF DENVER.
      IN 2014...A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM IN LAKEWOOD PRODUCED HAIL...
        UP TO 1 INCH IN DIAMETER.
24-26 IN 1996...A LATE SPRING SNOWSTORM DUMPED 4 TO 10 INCHES OF
        SNOW OVER THE FRONT RANGE FOOTHILLS.  CONIFER PICKED UP
        10 INCHES OF NEW SNOW; ASPEN SPRINGS...9 INCHES; AND
        CENTRAL CITY...8 INCHES.  THE STICKY...HEAVY SNOW CLUNG TO
        POWER LINES AND PULLED TREE BRANCHES DOWN...CAUSING POWER
        OUTAGES TO ABOUT 1200 HOMES IN THE CONIFER AREA.  IT TOOK
        UP TO 6 HOURS TO RESTORE POWER TO SOME RESIDENCES.
        LIGHTNING STRUCK A TELEPHONE DATA CABINET IN CONIFER ON
        THE 25TH...WHICH KNOCKED OUT PHONE SERVICE TO ABOUT 1500
        CUSTOMERS.  WIDESPREAD RAIN FELL ACROSS METRO DENVER...
        WHERE RAINFALL TOTALED 2.07 INCHES AT THE SITE OF THE
        FORMER STAPLETON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT AND 1.66 INCHES AT
        DENVER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT WHERE NORTH WINDS GUSTED TO
        24 MPH ON THE 26TH.
      IN 2010...HIGH WINDS PRECEDING A COLD FRONT...SWEPT ACROSS
        THE FRONT RANGE FOOTHILLS AND URBAN CORRIDOR.  IN AURORA...
        THE WIND DAMAGED THE ROOF OF RANGEVIEW HIGH SCHOOL.  IN
        CONIFER AND DENVER...THE WIND DOWNED TREES AND POWER
        LINES AND CAUSED SEVERAL BRIEF OUTAGES.  THE DOWNED
        POWER LINES ALSO CAUSED SEVERAL CARS TO CATCH FIRE IN
        THE VICINITY OF 1590 COOK ST. IN DENVER.  PEAK WIND GUSTS
        INCLUDED:  82 MPH AT HIGHLANDS RANCH...67 MPH...4 MILES
        EAST OF FRANKTOWN AND LONGMONT; 65 MPH IN BOULDER...64 MPH
        IN CENTENNIEL AND DENVER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT...62 MPH
        NEAR PARKER AND 60 MPH IN ARVADA.
25    IN 1877...LIGHTNING KILLED ONE PERSON IN WEST DENVER AND
        STRUCK SEVERAL HOUSES.  THE BOLT STRUCK THE HOUSE OF THE
        "HOME LAUNDRY" STUNNING THE OCCUPANTS AND KILLING A LADY
        WHO WAS HOLDING ONE OF HER GRAND CHILDREN IN HER ARMS.
        THE CHILD ESCAPED UNHURT.  THE LIGHTNING ALSO STRUCK THE
        TOP OF A TREE IN FRONT OF THE HOUSE AND PARTIALLY PEELED
        THE BARK OFF THE TREE.  LIGHTNING STRUCK A CHURCH IN THE
        EVANS ADDITION AND ANOTHER TREE IN EAST DENVER.  LIGHTNING
        STRUCK THE SWITCH ROOM AT THE TELEGRAPH OFFICE WHERE THE
        OPERATOR SAW SMALL BALLS OF LIGHTNING PASS ACROSS THE ROOM
        TO THE STOVE.  THE THUNDERSTORM PELTED THE CITY WITH ONLY
        PEA SIZE HAIL.  PRECIPITATION FROM THE STORM TOTALED 0.40
        INCH IN DOWNTOWN DENVER.
      IN 1880...LIGHT RAIN ALL AFTERNOON TOTALED ONLY 0.24 INCH
        IN THE CITY...BUT WAS VALUABLE TO STOCKMEN AND FARMERS
        DUE TO THE VERY DRY...PARCHED WEATHER CONDITIONS ON THE
        PLAINS.
      IN 1965...A TORNADO WAS SIGHTED BY A PILOT 30 MILES SOUTH
        SOUTHEAST OF DENVER.   NO DAMAGE WAS REPORTED.  ANOTHER
        PILOT REPORTED 3/4 INCH HAIL 30 MILES EAST OF DENVER.  THE
        STATE PATROL REPORTED THAT A MAN WAS KILLED WHEN A FIERCE
        GUST OF WIND SWEPT HIM FROM THE BACK OF A PICK-UP TRUCK IN
        NORTHWEST DOUGLAS COUNTY.  THE MAN WAS HOLDING A MATTRESS
        IN THE BED OF THE TRUCK.
      IN 1974...A MICROBURST WIND GUST TO 53 MPH WAS RECORDED AT
        STAPLETON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.  A PILOT REPORTED A TORNADO
        20 MILES EAST OF DENVER.
      IN 1976...LIGHTNING STRUCK A HOME IN BOULDER...SHATTERING 2
        LARGE TREES AND DAMAGING A TELEVISION SET.
      IN 1997...HAIL AS LARGE AS 1 3/4 INCHES IN DIAMETER FELL NEAR
        WATKINS.  HAIL TO 3/4 INCH IN DIAMETER FELL IN BROOMFIELD
        AND NEAR LOCHBUIE.
      IN 2000...3/4 INCH DIAMETER HAIL FELL AT CHERRY CREEK RESERVOIR
        IN AURORA.  THUNDERSTORM WINDS GUSTED TO 51 MPH AT DENVER
        INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT WHERE SMALL HAIL FELL.
      IN 2006...A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM PRODUCED AN ESTIMATED WIND GUST
        TO 70 MPH IN HUDSON.  THE STRONG WINDS DAMAGED THE ROOF OF A
        HOME.  A THUNDERSTORM PRODUCED SOUTHWEST WIND GUSTS TO 54
        MPH AT DENVER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.
25-26 IN 1950...A MAJOR STORM DUMPED 10.0 INCHES OF SNOWFALL
        DOWNTOWN AND 10.7 INCHES AT STAPLETON AIRPORT WHERE
        NORTHWEST WINDS GUSTED TO 30 MPH ON THE 25TH.  THE STORM
        CAUSED EXTENSIVE DAMAGE TO UTILITY WIRES AND TREES WHICH
        WERE IN FULL LEAF.  A DAILY RECORD MINIMUM TEMPERATURE OF
        31 DEGREES OCCURRED ON THE 25TH.  THIS WAS THE COLDEST
        TEMPERATURE ON THIS DATE IN 79 YEARS AND FOR SO LATE IN THE
        SEASON.
      IN 1989...A LATE SEASON SNOW STORM DROPPED SNOW AS LOW AS 6
        THOUSAND FEET ALONG THE FRONT RANGE.  MOST PLACES IN THE
        FOOTHILLS HAD 2 TO 5 INCHES OF SNOW.  OVERNIGHT RAINFALL
        TOTALED 0.33 INCH AT STAPLETON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT WHERE
        NORTH WINDS GUSTED TO 37 MPH ON THE 25TH.
      IN 1994...LIGHTNING STRUCK A TELEVISION TRANSMITTER ON LOOKOUT
        MOUNTAIN NEAR GOLDEN AND BURNED OUT A SWITCHER...WHICH
        DISRUPTED CABLE SERVICE FOR 2 HOURS.
26    IN 1897...APPARENT POST-FRONTAL NORTH WINDS WERE SUSTAINED TO
        42 MPH WITH GUSTS AS HIGH AS 48 MPH.
      IN 1942...THE ALL-TIME HIGHEST RECORDED TEMPERATURE IN MAY...95
        DEGREES...OCCURRED.
      IN 1978...TWO CHILDREN WERE STRUCK AND KILLED BY LIGHTNING ON
        A JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL PLAYGROUND IN PARKER.
      IN 1987...1 INCH DIAMETER HAIL FELL NEAR BOULDER AND
        BENNETT.  THE HAIL WAS FAIRLY SOFT AND CAUSED NO DAMAGE.
      IN 1993...DRY THUNDERSTORMS PRODUCED WIND GUSTS TO 81 MPH AT
        JEFFERSON COUNTY AIRPORT NEAR BROOMFIELD.  SEVERAL TREES
        WERE BLOWN DOWN BY THE STRONG WINDS.  MICROBURST WINDS
        GUSTED TO 51 MPH AT STAPLETON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.
      IN 1995...A WOMAN WAS INJURED IN LITTLETON WHEN THE CAR SHE
        HAD JUST ENTERED WAS STRUCK BY LIGHTNING.  ALL OF THE
        WINDOWS IN THE CAR WERE BLOWN OUT BY THE STRIKE.  A FUNNEL
        CLOUD WAS SIGHTED NEAR LITTLETON.
      IN 2000...A STRONG MICROBURST WIND GUST TO 92 MPH FLIPPED A
        SMALL AIRPLANE ON ITS BACK AND BLEW A DC-3 LOOSE FROM ITS
        MOORINGS...WHICH ALLOWED IT TO ROLL ONTO A GRASSY FIELD AT
        FRONT RANGE AIRPORT NEAR WATKINS.
      IN 2010...SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS POUNDED PARTS OF THE URBAN
        CORRIDOR WITH VERY LARGE HAIL...HEAVY RAIN...DAMAGING WINDS
        AND A TORNADO.  THE HAIL...RANGING IN SIZE FROM 1 INCH TO
        2 3/4 INCHES IN DIAMETER...STRUCK BRIGHTON...COMMERCE CITY
        AND NORTHEAST DENVER THE HARDEST. THE STORMS CONTINUED TO
        SPREAD DESTRUCTION TO THE NORTH AND EAST...IMPACTING
        BYERS...HUDSON...DEER TRAIL AND PROSPECT VALLEY.  THE
        COMBINATION OF HAIL AND WIND STRIPPED THE BARK AND
        BRANCHES FROM TREES.  NUMEROUS ACCIDENTS WERE REPORTED
        AS THE HAIL ACCUMULATED UP TO A FOOT DEEP.  SNOWPLOWS
        WERE CALLED OUT TO CLEAR THE ROADWAYS.  FLASH FLOODING
        OCCURRED ALONG STATE HIGHWAY 52 BETWEEN HUDSON AND
        KEENESBURG...AND FORCING THE CLOSURE OF THE HIGHWAY.
        WIDESPREAD CROP DAMAGE WAS ALSO REPORTED AS THE AREA
        WAS INUNDATED WITH UP TO 18 INCHES OF WATER.  EXTENSIVE
        DAMAGE TO HOMES...BUSINESSES AND AUTOMOBILES WAS
        REPORTED WITH THE DAMAGE ESTIMATED TO BE AROUND 70
        MILLION DOLLARS.  A TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN NEAR DENVER
        INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT...BUT DID NO DAMAGE.  LIGHTNING
        STRUCK A CHILD IN COMMERCE CITY WHILE SHE WAS WATCHING
        TELEVISION.  SHE SUFFERED MINOR INJURIES TO HER LEG.
        AT THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN ARSENAL WILDLIFE REFUGE...A
        LIGHTNING STRIKE KILLED A BISON.  AT DENVER INTERNATIONAL
        AIRPORT...ONLY 0.01 INCH OF RAINFALL WAS OBSERVED...ALONG
        WITH A PEAK WIND GUST TO 48 MPH FROM THE SOUTHEAST.
26-31 IN 1995...A COOL PERIOD WITH LIGHT MORNING SHOWERS AND
        MODERATE TO HEAVY AFTERNOON SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS
        PUSHED RIVERS ALREADY SWOLLEN FROM MOUNTAIN SNOW MELT
        OVER THEIR BANKS CAUSING MINOR FLOODING.  STREAMS AND
        RIVERS SUCH AS THE SOUTH PLATTE AND BOULDER CREEK FLOODED
        MEADOWLANDS...BIKE PATHS...ROADS NEAR STREAMS...AND OTHER
        LOW LYING AREAS.  NO SIGNIFICANT PROPERTY DAMAGE WAS
        REPORTED AND CROP DAMAGE WAS UNKNOWN.  RAINFALL TOTALED
        1.79 INCHES AT THE SITE OF THE FORMER STAPLETON
        INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT AND ONLY 1.51 INCHES AT DENVER
        INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.
27    IN 1874...AN APPARENT THUNDERSTORM GUST FRONT REACHED THE
        CITY AT 6:40 PM.  STRONG SOUTHWEST WINDS SUSTAINED TO
        48 MPH FOR A FEW MINUTES PRODUCED LARGE COLUMNS OF
        DUST IN THE CITY AND ON THE PRAIRIE.  THERE WAS NO
        RAIN IN THE CITY.
      IN 1942...A DUSTSTORM SWEPT INTO THE CITY...BUT NO DAMAGE
        WAS REPORTED.  WEST WINDS WERE SUSTAINED TO 23 MPH.
      IN 1953...A HEAVY HAILSTORM CAUSED AN ESTIMATED 100 THOUSAND
        DOLLARS DAMAGE ACROSS METRO DENVER.  LARGER THAN GOLF BALL
        SIZE HAIL FELL IN WESTMINSTER AND NORTH DENVER.  ONLY 1/8
        INCH HAIL WAS MEASURED AT STAPLETON AIRPORT.
      IN 1955...WEST-NORTHWEST WINDS AT 35 MPH WITH GUSTS AS HIGH
        AS 58 MPH BRIEFLY REDUCED THE VISIBILITY TO 1/2 MILE IN
        BLOWING DUST AT STAPLETON AIRPORT.
      IN 1981...LIGHTNING DAMAGED POWER LINES WEST OF LAKEWOOD AND
        BLEW UP A TRANSFORMER AT THE DENVER FEDERAL CENTER.  HAIL
        1 TO 1 1/2 INCHES IN DIAMETER WAS REPORTED IN LAKEWOOD AND
        ON I-25 SOUTH OF DENVER.
      IN 2001...HAIL AS LARGE AS 3/4 INCH IN DIAMETER WAS MEASURED
        NEAR COMMERCE CITY.
      IN 2003...HAIL TO 3/4 INCH IN DIAMETER FELL NEAR CENTRAL
        CITY.
      IN 2006...UNUSUALLY WARM WEATHER FOR LATE MAY PRODUCED TWO
        TEMPERATURE RECORDS.  THE HIGH TEMPERATURE OF 93 DEGREES
        WAS A RECORD MAXIMUM FOR THE DATE.  THE LOW TEMPERATURE
        OF 59 DEGREES EQUALED THE RECORD HIGH MINIMUM TEMPERATURE
        FOR THE DATE.  BOTH PREVIOUS RECORDS OCCURRED IN 1895.
28    IN 1884...A THUNDERSTORM APPARENTLY PRODUCED LARGE HAIL.
        THE HAIL STONES WERE NOTED AS UNUSUALLY LARGE...BUT THE
        DIAMETER OF THE STONES WAS NOT MEASURED.  THE HAIL FELL
        FOR ONLY 5 MINUTES.  PRECIPITATION FROM THE STORM WAS
        ONLY 0.05 INCH.
      IN 1898...HEAVY THUNDERSTORM RAINFALL TOTALED 1.74 INCHES
        IN DOWNTOWN DENVER.  HAIL OF UNKNOWN SIZE ACCOMPANIED
        THE STORM.
      IN 1981...A WOMAN IN AURORA WAS STRUCK AND KILLED BY
        LIGHTNING.  ANOTHER BOLT INJURED A BOY ON A BICYCLE AT
        ABOUT THE SAME TIME A SHORT DISTANCE AWAY.  ABOUT HALF AN
        INCH OF RAIN IN 20 MINUTES CAUSED STREET FLOODING IN THE
        AREA.  A TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN FOR ABOUT 2 MINUTES SOME 3
        MILES NORTH OF STAPLETON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.
      IN 1982...SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS PRODUCED GOLF BALL SIZE HAIL
        IN SOUTHEAST DENVER...AURORA...AND STRASBURG.  THE LARGE
        HAILSTONES UNDOUBTEDLY DAMAGED SOME CARS IN THE AREA.
        AT STAPLETON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT...ONLY 1/2 INCH DIAMETER
        HAIL WAS MEASURED.
      IN 1991...GOLF BALL SIZE HAIL FELL IN BRIGHTON.  NO DAMAGE
        WAS REPORTED.  LATER...HAIL RANGING IN SIZE FROM 3/4 INCH
        TO 1 1/2 INCHES IN DIAMETER FELL OVER SOUTHWESTERN SECTIONS
        OF METRO DENVER.  IN SOME AREAS...HAIL PILED UP A FEW INCHES
        IN DEPTH.
      IN 1994...THUNDERSTORM WIND GUSTS TO 65 MPH DAMAGED 16 SMALL
        AIRPLANES AND A HANGAR AT CENTENNIAL AIRPORT.
      IN 2001...SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS PRODUCED LARGE HAIL ACROSS
        METRO DENVER.  HAIL AS LARGE AS 1 INCH IN DIAMETER FELL
        IN LAKEWOOD...WHEAT RIDGE...NORTHWEST DENVER...NEAR WATKINS...
        BENNETT...AND KEENESBURG.  HAIL 3/4 INCH OR LARGER FELL
        IN BRIGHTON.  THUNDERSTORM WINDS GUSTED TO 58 MPH AT
        DENVER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.  A SMALL TORNADO (F0)
        TOUCHED DOWN NEAR BENNETT...BUT DID NO DAMAGE.
29    IN 1934...THE LOW TEMPERATURE DIPPED TO ONLY 66 DEGREES...THE
        ALL-TIME RECORD HIGHEST MINIMUM TEMPERATURE FOR THE MONTH
        OF MAY.
      IN 1958...A MICROBURST CAUSED A BRIEF WIND GUST TO 56 MPH AT
        STAPLETON AIRPORT.
      IN 1964...HEAVY RAIN CAUSED FLOODING IN THE HARVEY GULCH
        AREA OF SOUTHEAST DENVER.  THE HIGH WATER DAMAGED HOMES...
        BUSINESSES...STREETS...AND BRIDGES.  AT STAPLETON
        INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT...1.33 INCHES OF RAIN WERE MEASURED
        WITH 1.76 INCHES TOTAL RAINFALL ON THE 29TH AND 30TH.  THE
        HEAVY RAIN DURING THE LAST WEEK OF THE MONTH WAS THE FIRST
        SIGNIFICANT PRECIPITATION SINCE APRIL 3RD.
      IN 1967...3/4 TO 1 INCH DIAMETER HAIL STONES FELL IN THE CITY
        OF DENVER...BUT CAUSED NO REPORTED DAMAGE.  HAIL AS LARGE AS
        3/4 INCH WAS MEASURED AT STAPLETON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.
      IN 1975...THE HEAVIEST LAST SNOWFALL OF THE SEASON OCCURRED
        WHEN 5.6 INCHES OF SNOW WERE MEASURED AT STAPLETON
        INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.  RAIN ALL DAY ON THE 28TH CHANGED
        TO SNOW ON THE 29TH AND ACCUMULATED TO A DEPTH OF 4 INCHES
        ON THE GROUND.  NORTHWEST WINDS GUSTED TO 31 MPH.
        PRECIPITATION (RAIN AND MELTED SNOW) ON THE 28TH AND 29TH
        TOTALED 1.48 INCHES.
      IN 1982...ONE MAN WAS KILLED AND TWO OTHERS INJURED BY A
        LIGHTNING STRIKE AS THEY STOOD UNDER A TREE IN THE CITY OF
        DENVER`S WASHINGTON PARK.
      IN 1987...7/8 INCH DIAMETER HAIL FELL NEAR CASTLE ROCK.
      IN 1990...THUNDERSTORMS OVER METRO DENVER PRODUCED SEVERAL
        SMALL FUNNEL CLOUDS AND TWO SMALL TORNADOES.  THE FIRST
        TORNADO (F0) TOUCHED DOWN IN NORTHWEST DENVER AND CAUSED
        ROOF DAMAGE TO A HOUSE AND SNAPPED OFF THE TOPS OF SEVERAL
        TREES.  A SECOND TORNADO (F1) TOUCHED DOWN IN NORTHGLENN
        AND MOVED INTO THORNTON DAMAGING A GROUP OF SELF STORAGE
        GARAGES...SEVERAL VEHICLES...A WOODEN FENCE...SEVERAL TREES...
        AND THE ROOF OF AN AUTO PARTS STORE.  NO INJURIES WERE
        REPORTED.  THE STORMS ALSO CAUSED MINOR STREET FLOODING
        ACROSS NORTHERN AND WESTERN SECTIONS OF METRO DENVER.
        RAINFALL TOTALS RANGED FROM 1 TO 3 INCHES.  LIGHTNING
        STARTED A SMALL FIRE AT A HOME IN NORTHWEST DENVER.  THE
        FIRE WAS CONFINED TO THE FRONT ROOMS AND WAS QUICKLY
        EXTINGUISHED.  SNOW PLOWS WERE USED TO CLEAR 2 TO 4 INCHES
        OF PEA TO MARBLE SIZE HAIL FROM A STRETCH OF U.S. HIGHWAY
        285 IN TURKEY CREEK CANYON.  LIGHTNING FELLED A TREE IN
        NORTHEAST DENVER...WHILE STRONG WINDS SNAPPED OFF SEVERAL
        LARGE TREE LIMBS IN THE SAME AREA.  THUNDERSTORM RAINFALL
        TOTALED 0.82 INCH AT STAPLETON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
        WHERE SOUTHWEST WINDS GUSTED TO 30 MPH.
      IN 1991...LIGHTNING STRUCK A 13 YEAR OLD BOY IN A FIELD IN
        FORT LUPTON.  THE BOY WAS IN CRITICAL CONDITION IN AN AREA
        HOSPITAL FOR 2 DAYS BEFORE RECOVERING.
      IN 1995...LIGHTNING STRUCK A SOCCER GOAL POST AND INJURED
        6 ADULTS VIEWING A SOCCER GAME IN ARVADA.  ALTHOUGH NO
        ONE RECEIVED A DIRECT HIT FROM THE LIGHTNING...ALL ESCAPED
        WITH ONLY MINOR INJURIES...EXCEPT ONE WOMAN WHO WAS
        HOSPITALIZED.
      IN 1996...LARGE HAIL...3/4 TO 1 1/2 INCHES IN DIAMETER...
        STRUCK LAKEWOOD AND WEST DENVER.  LIGHTNING SPARKED A
        SMALL FIRE WHEN IT STRUCK AN OIL STORAGE TANK 5 MILES
        WEST OF BRIGHTON.
      IN 2001...LIGHTNING SPARKED A FIRE IN AN APARTMENT COMPLEX IN
        AURORA...FORCING THE EVACUATION OF 24 UNITS.  MOST OF THE
        FIRE DAMAGE WAS CONFINED TO THE ATTIC.  DAMAGE WAS
        ESTIMATED AT 100 THOUSAND DOLLARS.
      IN 2004...A MAN AND HIS SON WERE STRUCK BY LIGHTNING WHILE
        PRACTICING ON THE DRIVING RANGE AT THE MEADOWS GOLF CLUB
        IN SOUTHWEST METRO DENVER.  THE FATHER WAS KILLED BY THE
        BOLT...AND HIS 16 YEAR OLD SON SERIOUSLY INJURED.  THREE
        OTHER PEOPLE STANDING NEARBY RECEIVED ONLY MINOR INJURIES.
      IN 2010...HAIL UP TO 7/8 INCH IN DIAMETER WAS REPORTED IN
        BROOMFIELD.
29-1  IN 1894...HEAVY RAIN COMBINED WITH SNOWMELT RUNOFF CAUSED
        WIDESPREAD FLOODING OVER THE SOUTH PLATTE RIVER BASIN.
        RAINFALL WAS HEAVIEST IN THE FOOTHILLS WHERE 5 TO 8
        INCHES WERE MEASURED OVER THE 4 DAYS.  HEAVY RAINFALL
        WEST OF BOULDER FLOODED MINING TOWNS AND DAMAGED MINING
        PROPERTIES.  IN THE CANYONS ABOVE BOULDER...RAILROADS
        AND ROADS WERE WASHED OUT ALONG WITH MANY BRIDGES.  THE
        FLOODWATERS SPREAD INTO CENTRAL BOULDER AND COVERED A
        WIDE AREA FROM UNIVERSITY HILL NORTH TO NEAR MAPLETON
        HILL TO A MAXIMUM DEPTH OF 8 FEET.  MANY HOUSES WERE
        SWEPT AWAY...AND EVERY BRIDGE IN BOULDER WAS DESTROYED.
        A FEW PEOPLE...TRAPPED IN THEIR HOMES BY THE FLOODWATERS...
        HAD TO BE RESCUED.  HOWEVER...THE GRADUAL RISE OF THE FLOOD
        WATERS RESULTED IN ONLY ONE DEATH.  BOULDER CREEK SPREAD TO
        A WIDTH OF NEARLY ONE MILE IN THE PASTURE LAND TO THE EAST
        OF BOULDER.  EXTENSIVE FLOODING ON LEFT HAND CREEK NORTH
        OF BOULDER WASHED AWAY RAILROAD AND WAGON BRIDGES.  THE
        HEAVY CLOUDBURSTS CAUSED FLOODING ON BEAR CREEK...WHICH
        WASHED AWAY BRIDGES...RAILROAD TRACKS...AND STRUCTURES AND
        DESTROYED THE CANYON ROADWAY.  MORRISON SUSTAINED THE
        HEAVIEST FLOOD DAMAGE ON BEAR CREEK.  IN DENVER...RAINFALL
        TOTALED ONLY 1.50 INCHES ON THE 30TH AND 31ST...BUT THE
        HEAVY RAINFALL ON UPSTREAM TRIBUTARIES OF THE SOUTH PLATTE
        RIVER CAUSED THE RIVER TO RISE AS MUCH AS 10 FEET ABOVE THE
        LOW WATER MARK IN THE CITY...WHICH CAUSED SOME FLOODING OF
        PASTURE LAND DOWNSTREAM TO A DEPTH OF 6 FEET NEAR BRIGHTON.
30    IN 1875...A WINDSTORM LASTING ALMOST ALL DAY PRODUCED
        SUSTAINED WINDS TO 42 MPH.
      IN 1935...SOUTHEAST WINDS SUSTAINED TO 29 MPH WITH GUSTS TO
        34 MPH PRODUCED A MODERATE DUSTSTORM DURING THE AFTERNOON.
      IN 1938...HEAVY THUNDERSTORM RAIN AND HAIL PUMMELED DOWNTOWN
        DENVER DURING THE EVENING HOURS.  RAINFALL ACCUMULATED TO
        1.63 INCHES.  HAIL ACCUMULATED TO A DEPTH OF 18 INCHES.
      IN 1948...A LOCALIZED THUNDERSTORM CAUSED FLOODING ON SAND
        CREEK IN AURORA AND NORTHEAST DENVER.  RAINFALL WAS ONLY
        0.49 INCH IN DOWNTOWN DENVER WHERE LIGHT HAIL ALSO FELL.
      IN 1963...A GOLFER DIED OF INJURIES RECEIVED WHEN STRUCK
        BY LIGHTNING ON A GOLF COURSE SOUTHWEST OF DENVER.  A
        WAREHOUSE IN DENVER WAS DAMAGED AND ITS CONTENTS DESTROYED
        BY A LIGHTNING-CAUSED FIRE.
      IN 1967...UP TO 4.00 INCHES OF RAIN IN LAKEWOOD AND WHEAT
        RIDGE CAUSED FLOODING OF ROADS AND BASEMENTS.  WATER WAS
        SEVERAL FEET DEEP IN SOME YARDS.  MANY STREETS WERE
        TEMPORARILY CLOSED.  HAIL AS LARGE AS 1 INCH IN DIAMETER
        FELL IN WHEAT RIDGE.  HAIL PILED UP TO 2 FEET DEEP IN SOME
        LOW LYING AREAS OF EAST AND SOUTHEAST DENVER.  SNOWPLOWS
        WERE EMPLOYED TO REMOVE THE HAIL.  STAPLETON INTERNATIONAL
        AIRPORT...WHERE WEST WINDS GUSTED TO 39 MPH...RECEIVED 1.51
        INCHES OF RAIN AND HAIL...WHICH FORCED THE CLOSURE OF THE
        RUNWAYS FOR AN HOUR.  HAIL STONES TO 3/4 INCH IN DIAMETER
        WERE MEASURED AT BUCKLEY FIELD.  A FUNNEL CLOUD WAS SIGHTED
        NEAR SOUTH WADSWORTH BLVD. AND BEAR CREEK.  A TORNADO
        TOUCHED DOWN BRIEFLY IN THE VICINITY OF 60TH AND 62ND
        AVENUES NEAR NORTH WASHINGTON STREET.  THE STORM UPROOTED
        TREES AND DAMAGED ONE BUILDING.  DOORS WERE RIPPED FROM A
        BUSINESS HOUSE...WIDELY SCATTERING IRRIGATION PIPE.  IN
        ADDITION...A TOTAL OF 3 FUNNEL CLOUDS WERE SIGHTED IN THAT
        AREA.
      IN 1970...HAIL UP TO 1 INCH IN DIAMETER FELL AT STAPLETON
        INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.
      IN 1976...A SINGLE THUNDERSTORM CROSSED SOUTH METRO DENVER
        PRODUCING A FUNNEL CLOUD 2 MILES SOUTH OF ARAPAHOE ROAD
        AND BROADWAY.  THE STORM MOVED OVER BUCKLEY FIELD PRODUCING
        A FUNNEL CLOUD AND 1/2 INCH DIAMETER HAIL.  AS THE STORM
        MOVED NORTHEAST OF THE CITY...A LARGE TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN
        NEAR EAST 59TH AVE AND TOWER ROAD AND WAS ON THE GROUND FOR
        20 MINUTES.  IT DEMOLISHED A 60-FOOT-LONG CINDERBLOCK COW
        SHED...TORE A WALL FROM A MACHINERY SHED...TORE SHINGLES OFF
        THE ROOF OF A FARMHOUSE NEARBY...AND FELLED 12 TREES ON ONE
        FARM.  A BOY IN A FEED SHED 20 FEET FROM A DESTROYED
        BUILDING WAS NOT INJURED.
      IN 1977...3/4 TO 1 INCH DIAMETER HAIL FELL AT OR NEAR
        STAPLETON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.  ONE INCH TO BASEBALL
        SIZE HAIL FELL IN SOUTH DENVER...DAMAGING SOME HOMES AND
        EXTENSIVELY DAMAGING SOME AIRPLANES AT ARAPAHOE COUNTY
        AIRPORT...NOW CENTENNIAL AIRPORT.  HAIL COVERED HIGHWAYS
        TO A DEPTH OF 6 TO 8 INCHES IN SOUTH DENVER.
      IN 1978...TWO FUNNEL CLOUDS WERE SIGHTED 5 MILES SOUTH OF
        STAPLETON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.  HAIL UP TO 1 1/4 INCHES IN
        DIAMETER WAS REPORTED IN WHEAT RIDGE AND NORTHWEST DENVER.
        ONLY 1/2 INCH DIAMETER HAIL FELL AT STAPLETON INTERNATIONAL
        AIRPORT.
      IN 1989...GOLF BALL SIZE HAIL FELL AT THE JUNCTION OF I-25 AND
        I-225.  ONE INCH DIAMETER HAIL FELL IN LITTLETON.
      IN 1990...A LINE OF SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS CROSSED METRO DENVER...
        PRODUCING WIND GUSTS TO 60 MPH AND SCATTERED AREAS OF
        PEA TO MARBLE SIZE HAIL.  SMALL TREES AND BRANCHES WERE
        BLOWN DOWN BY THE STRONG THUNDERSTORM WINDS...WHICH ALSO
        CAUSED MINOR POWER OUTAGES ACROSS SOUTHERN AND EASTERN
        SECTIONS OF METRO DENVER.  THE STRONG WINDS UPROOTED A 25-
        TO 30-FOOT TREE IN THE ACRES GREEN SUBDIVISION OF NORTHERN
        DOUGLAS COUNTY.  THE TREE BLOCKED A BUSY STREET FOR SEVERAL
        HOURS.  A PILOT REPORTED HAIL AS LARGE AS 1 1/2 INCHES IN
        DIAMETER COVERING THE GROUND NEAR THE NORTH END OF A RUNWAY
        AT STAPLETON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.  HEAVY RAIN CAUSED A
        ROCK AND MUD SLIDE THAT PARTIALLY CLOSED THE BOULDER CANYON
        HIGHWAY 10 MILES WEST OF BOULDER.  THUNDERSTORM WINDS GUSTED
        TO 41 MPH AT STAPLETON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.
      IN 2001...LIGHTNING IGNITED A FIRE WHICH DESTROYED A LUXURY
        HOME ON BEAR MOUNTAIN NEAR EVERGREEN.  ESTIMATED DAMAGE
        WAS SET AT 1 MILLION DOLLARS.
      IN 2003...FLASH FLOODING OCCURRED IN THE HAYMAN FIRE BURN AREA
        AFTER AS MUCH AS 1 INCH OF RAIN FELL IN 30 MINUTES.  THE
        HEAVY RAINFALL WASHED OUT MANY ACCESS ROADS AND CLOSED STATE
        HIGHWAY 67 BETWEEN DECKERS AND WEST CREEK.  A 3-FOOT WALL OF
        WATER RAN DOWN FOURMILE CREEK FROM THE YMCA CAMP AT SHADY
        BROOK...DAMAGING ONE BUILDING IN THE CAMP AND FLOODING ROADS.
        HAIL AS LARGE AS 3/4 INCH IN DIAMETER FELL NEAR ROGGEN IN
        WELD COUNTY.
      IN 2005...LIGHTNING STRUCK AS LEAST 20 HOMES IN WESTMINSTER.
        ONLY MINOR DAMAGE WAS REPORTED.  SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS
        PRODUCED HAIL AS LARGE AS 1.25 INCHES IN AND NEAR FORT
        LUPTON AND HAIL TO 3/4 INCH NEAR INDIAN HILLS IN JEFFERSON
        COUNTY.
      IN 2014...HEAVY RAINFALL...NEARLY 1.2 INCHES IN 30 MINUTES...
        PRODUCED LOCALIZED STREET FLOODING IN BOULDER. THE HEAVY
        RAIN COUPLED WITH THE ALREADY SWOLLEN CREEKS FROM THE SPRING
        RUNOFF ALONG BOULDER CREEK RESULTED IN THE FLOODING. STREET
        FLOODING WAS REPORTED AT 6TH ST AND CANYON BLVD AND AT
        BASELINE ROAD. SOME CARS WERE STRANDED IN THE HIGH WATER IN
        LOW LYING AREAS AND ONE PERSON REPORTED BEING TRAPPED IN HIS
        VEHICLE.
30-31 IN 1935...HEAVY THUNDERSTORM RAINS OVERNIGHT CAUSED FLASH
        FLOODING EAST OF THE CITY ON BOTH KIOWA AND BIJOU CREEKS...
        RESULTING IN A TOTAL OF 9 DEATHS.  MOST OF THE DAMAGE WAS
        ON KIOWA CREEK WHERE THERE WERE MORE STRUCTURES.  THE
        WATER ROSE RAPIDLY DURING THE STORM...RIPPING HOUSES AND
        STORES FROM THEIR FOUNDATIONS AND SWEEPING THEM DOWNSTREAM.
        PRECIPITATION IN DENVER TOTALED ONLY 0.01 INCH.  HAIL FELL
        IN THE CITY FOR A SHORT TIME.  THE HAIL WAS VERY SMALL AND
        CAUSED NO DAMAGE.
      IN 1983...A LATE STORM OF RAIN AND SNOW HIT THE FRONT RANGE.
        OVER AN INCH OF RAIN FELL AT SOME SPOTS...AND ABOVE 7
        THOUSAND FEET...1 TO 5 INCHES OF SNOW WHITENED THE GROUND.
        SOME SNOW FLAKES EVEN FELL IN THE WESTERN SUBURBS OF METRO
        DENVER ON THE NIGHT OF THE 30TH.
      IN 2002...UNSEASONABLY WARM WEATHER AT THE END OF THE MONTH
        RESULTED IN 3 TEMPERATURE RECORDS.  HIGH TEMPERATURE OF
        91 DEGREES ON THE 30TH EQUALED THE RECORD MAXIMUM FOR THE
        DATE.  LOW TEMPERATURE OF 61 DEGREES ON THE 31ST WAS A
        RECORD HIGH MINIMUM FOR THE DATE.  HIGH TEMPERATURE OF 93
        DEGREES ON THE 31ST WAS A RECORD MAXIMUM FOR THE DATE.

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640 PM MDT SAT MAY 23 2015

...NOAA WEATHER RADIO SERVING THE FOUR CORNERS REGION REMAINS OUT
OF SERVICE...

THE NOAA WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTER THAT SERVES NORTHWEST NEW MEXICO
AND FAR SOUTHWEST COLORADO WILL REMAIN OUT OF SERVICE UNTIL FURTHER
NOTICE.  TECHNICIANS WILL NOT BE ABLE TO GAIN ACCESS TO THE SITE TO
INVESTIGATE ISSUES UNTIL AT LEAST TUESDAY MAY 26TH.  UNFORTUNATELY
NO FIRM TIMETABLE ON RESTORAL OF SERVICE IS AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME.
STATION W X J 3 7 OPERATES ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.470 MEGAHERTZ...AND
SERVES SAN JUAN COUNTY IN NEW MEXICO AS WELL AS LA PLATA COUNTY IN
COLORADO.

WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE AND APPRECIATE YOUR PATIENCE.

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NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
640 PM MDT SAT MAY 23 2015

...NOAA WEATHER RADIO SERVING THE FOUR CORNERS REGION REMAINS OUT
OF SERVICE...

THE NOAA WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTER THAT SERVES NORTHWEST NEW MEXICO
AND FAR SOUTHWEST COLORADO WILL REMAIN OUT OF SERVICE UNTIL FURTHER
NOTICE.  TECHNICIANS WILL NOT BE ABLE TO GAIN ACCESS TO THE SITE TO
INVESTIGATE ISSUES UNTIL AT LEAST TUESDAY MAY 26TH.  UNFORTUNATELY
NO FIRM TIMETABLE ON RESTORAL OF SERVICE IS AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME.
STATION W X J 3 7 OPERATES ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.470 MEGAHERTZ...AND
SERVES SAN JUAN COUNTY IN NEW MEXICO AS WELL AS LA PLATA COUNTY IN
COLORADO.

WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE AND APPRECIATE YOUR PATIENCE.

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NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
640 PM MDT SAT MAY 23 2015

...NOAA WEATHER RADIO SERVING THE FOUR CORNERS REGION REMAINS OUT
OF SERVICE...

THE NOAA WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTER THAT SERVES NORTHWEST NEW MEXICO
AND FAR SOUTHWEST COLORADO WILL REMAIN OUT OF SERVICE UNTIL FURTHER
NOTICE.  TECHNICIANS WILL NOT BE ABLE TO GAIN ACCESS TO THE SITE TO
INVESTIGATE ISSUES UNTIL AT LEAST TUESDAY MAY 26TH.  UNFORTUNATELY
NO FIRM TIMETABLE ON RESTORAL OF SERVICE IS AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME.
STATION W X J 3 7 OPERATES ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.470 MEGAHERTZ...AND
SERVES SAN JUAN COUNTY IN NEW MEXICO AS WELL AS LA PLATA COUNTY IN
COLORADO.

WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE AND APPRECIATE YOUR PATIENCE.

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NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
640 PM MDT SAT MAY 23 2015

...NOAA WEATHER RADIO SERVING THE FOUR CORNERS REGION REMAINS OUT
OF SERVICE...

THE NOAA WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTER THAT SERVES NORTHWEST NEW MEXICO
AND FAR SOUTHWEST COLORADO WILL REMAIN OUT OF SERVICE UNTIL FURTHER
NOTICE.  TECHNICIANS WILL NOT BE ABLE TO GAIN ACCESS TO THE SITE TO
INVESTIGATE ISSUES UNTIL AT LEAST TUESDAY MAY 26TH.  UNFORTUNATELY
NO FIRM TIMETABLE ON RESTORAL OF SERVICE IS AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME.
STATION W X J 3 7 OPERATES ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.470 MEGAHERTZ...AND
SERVES SAN JUAN COUNTY IN NEW MEXICO AS WELL AS LA PLATA COUNTY IN
COLORADO.

WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE AND APPRECIATE YOUR PATIENCE.

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735 PM EDT SAT MAY 23 2015

...PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...

...HAZARD NOAA WEATHER TRANSMITTERS WILL HAVE PERIODS OF
INTERMITTENT LOW POWER...

KIH40 FROM HAZARD...WHICH BROADCASTS ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.475
MHZ...WILL HAVE PERIODS OF INTERMITTENT LOW POWER CONTINUING OVER
THE NEXT 3 TO 4 WEEKS...WEATHER PERMITTING....WHILE TOWER WORK IS
BEING PERFORMED. THE TRANSMITTERS WILL BE SET TO LOW POWER TO
LIMIT EXPOSURE OF THE MAINTENANCE CREW TO RF RADIATION. THERE WILL
ALSO BE OUTAGE PERIODS WHEN THE CLIMBERS ARE IN CLOSE PROXIMITY TO
THE ANTENNA.

OTHER TRANSMITTERS IN THE AREA THAT MAY BE USED INCLUDE...

WWG61 OUT OF STANTON ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.550 MHZ HAS BEEN
COMPLETED AND RESTORED TO FULL POWER...

WWG71 OUT OF MOREHEAD ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.425 MHZ...

WWG79 OUT OF WEST LIBERTY ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.450 MHZ...

WWG26 OUT OF JACKSON ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.425 MHZ...

WNG727 OUT OF IRVINE ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.475 MHZ....

WWG81 OUT OF PHELPS ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.500 MHZ...

WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE THIS MAY CAUSE.

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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
735 PM EDT SAT MAY 23 2015

...PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...

...HAZARD NOAA WEATHER TRANSMITTERS WILL HAVE PERIODS OF
INTERMITTENT LOW POWER...

KIH40 FROM HAZARD...WHICH BROADCASTS ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.475
MHZ...WILL HAVE PERIODS OF INTERMITTENT LOW POWER CONTINUING OVER
THE NEXT 3 TO 4 WEEKS...WEATHER PERMITTING....WHILE TOWER WORK IS
BEING PERFORMED. THE TRANSMITTERS WILL BE SET TO LOW POWER TO
LIMIT EXPOSURE OF THE MAINTENANCE CREW TO RF RADIATION. THERE WILL
ALSO BE OUTAGE PERIODS WHEN THE CLIMBERS ARE IN CLOSE PROXIMITY TO
THE ANTENNA.

OTHER TRANSMITTERS IN THE AREA THAT MAY BE USED INCLUDE...

WWG61 OUT OF STANTON ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.550 MHZ HAS BEEN
COMPLETED AND RESTORED TO FULL POWER...

WWG71 OUT OF MOREHEAD ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.425 MHZ...

WWG79 OUT OF WEST LIBERTY ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.450 MHZ...

WWG26 OUT OF JACKSON ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.425 MHZ...

WNG727 OUT OF IRVINE ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.475 MHZ....

WWG81 OUT OF PHELPS ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.500 MHZ...

WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE THIS MAY CAUSE.

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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
735 PM EDT SAT MAY 23 2015

...PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...

...HAZARD NOAA WEATHER TRANSMITTERS WILL HAVE PERIODS OF
INTERMITTENT LOW POWER...

KIH40 FROM HAZARD...WHICH BROADCASTS ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.475
MHZ...WILL HAVE PERIODS OF INTERMITTENT LOW POWER CONTINUING OVER
THE NEXT 3 TO 4 WEEKS...WEATHER PERMITTING....WHILE TOWER WORK IS
BEING PERFORMED. THE TRANSMITTERS WILL BE SET TO LOW POWER TO
LIMIT EXPOSURE OF THE MAINTENANCE CREW TO RF RADIATION. THERE WILL
ALSO BE OUTAGE PERIODS WHEN THE CLIMBERS ARE IN CLOSE PROXIMITY TO
THE ANTENNA.

OTHER TRANSMITTERS IN THE AREA THAT MAY BE USED INCLUDE...

WWG61 OUT OF STANTON ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.550 MHZ HAS BEEN
COMPLETED AND RESTORED TO FULL POWER...

WWG71 OUT OF MOREHEAD ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.425 MHZ...

WWG79 OUT OF WEST LIBERTY ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.450 MHZ...

WWG26 OUT OF JACKSON ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.425 MHZ...

WNG727 OUT OF IRVINE ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.475 MHZ....

WWG81 OUT OF PHELPS ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.500 MHZ...

WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE THIS MAY CAUSE.

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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
735 PM EDT SAT MAY 23 2015

...PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...

...HAZARD NOAA WEATHER TRANSMITTERS WILL HAVE PERIODS OF
INTERMITTENT LOW POWER...

KIH40 FROM HAZARD...WHICH BROADCASTS ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.475
MHZ...WILL HAVE PERIODS OF INTERMITTENT LOW POWER CONTINUING OVER
THE NEXT 3 TO 4 WEEKS...WEATHER PERMITTING....WHILE TOWER WORK IS
BEING PERFORMED. THE TRANSMITTERS WILL BE SET TO LOW POWER TO
LIMIT EXPOSURE OF THE MAINTENANCE CREW TO RF RADIATION. THERE WILL
ALSO BE OUTAGE PERIODS WHEN THE CLIMBERS ARE IN CLOSE PROXIMITY TO
THE ANTENNA.

OTHER TRANSMITTERS IN THE AREA THAT MAY BE USED INCLUDE...

WWG61 OUT OF STANTON ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.550 MHZ HAS BEEN
COMPLETED AND RESTORED TO FULL POWER...

WWG71 OUT OF MOREHEAD ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.425 MHZ...

WWG79 OUT OF WEST LIBERTY ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.450 MHZ...

WWG26 OUT OF JACKSON ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.425 MHZ...

WNG727 OUT OF IRVINE ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.475 MHZ....

WWG81 OUT OF PHELPS ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.500 MHZ...

WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE THIS MAY CAUSE.

$$



000
NOUS43 KJKL 232335
PNSJKL
KYZ044-050>052-058>060-069-086>088-104-106>120-241145-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
735 PM EDT SAT MAY 23 2015

...PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...

...HAZARD NOAA WEATHER TRANSMITTERS WILL HAVE PERIODS OF
INTERMITTENT LOW POWER...

KIH40 FROM HAZARD...WHICH BROADCASTS ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.475
MHZ...WILL HAVE PERIODS OF INTERMITTENT LOW POWER CONTINUING OVER
THE NEXT 3 TO 4 WEEKS...WEATHER PERMITTING....WHILE TOWER WORK IS
BEING PERFORMED. THE TRANSMITTERS WILL BE SET TO LOW POWER TO
LIMIT EXPOSURE OF THE MAINTENANCE CREW TO RF RADIATION. THERE WILL
ALSO BE OUTAGE PERIODS WHEN THE CLIMBERS ARE IN CLOSE PROXIMITY TO
THE ANTENNA.

OTHER TRANSMITTERS IN THE AREA THAT MAY BE USED INCLUDE...

WWG61 OUT OF STANTON ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.550 MHZ HAS BEEN
COMPLETED AND RESTORED TO FULL POWER...

WWG71 OUT OF MOREHEAD ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.425 MHZ...

WWG79 OUT OF WEST LIBERTY ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.450 MHZ...

WWG26 OUT OF JACKSON ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.425 MHZ...

WNG727 OUT OF IRVINE ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.475 MHZ....

WWG81 OUT OF PHELPS ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.500 MHZ...

WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE THIS MAY CAUSE.

$$


000
NOUS43 KJKL 232335
PNSJKL
KYZ044-050>052-058>060-069-086>088-104-106>120-241145-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
735 PM EDT SAT MAY 23 2015

...PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...

...HAZARD NOAA WEATHER TRANSMITTERS WILL HAVE PERIODS OF
INTERMITTENT LOW POWER...

KIH40 FROM HAZARD...WHICH BROADCASTS ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.475
MHZ...WILL HAVE PERIODS OF INTERMITTENT LOW POWER CONTINUING OVER
THE NEXT 3 TO 4 WEEKS...WEATHER PERMITTING....WHILE TOWER WORK IS
BEING PERFORMED. THE TRANSMITTERS WILL BE SET TO LOW POWER TO
LIMIT EXPOSURE OF THE MAINTENANCE CREW TO RF RADIATION. THERE WILL
ALSO BE OUTAGE PERIODS WHEN THE CLIMBERS ARE IN CLOSE PROXIMITY TO
THE ANTENNA.

OTHER TRANSMITTERS IN THE AREA THAT MAY BE USED INCLUDE...

WWG61 OUT OF STANTON ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.550 MHZ HAS BEEN
COMPLETED AND RESTORED TO FULL POWER...

WWG71 OUT OF MOREHEAD ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.425 MHZ...

WWG79 OUT OF WEST LIBERTY ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.450 MHZ...

WWG26 OUT OF JACKSON ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.425 MHZ...

WNG727 OUT OF IRVINE ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.475 MHZ....

WWG81 OUT OF PHELPS ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.500 MHZ...

WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE THIS MAY CAUSE.

$$



000
NOUS45 KPUB 232301
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-240001

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
501 PM MDT SAT MAY 23 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 66
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 48
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.02
                    PK WIND 45 MPH FROM N AT 204 AM MDT.

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 59
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 45
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.39
                    PK WIND 35 MPH FROM W AT 313 PM MDT.
                    PEA SIZED HAIL REPORT THIS AFTERNOON.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 63
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 37
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... T
                    PK WIND 39 MPH FROM S AT 1132 AM MDT.


$$



000
NOUS45 KPUB 232301
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-240001

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
501 PM MDT SAT MAY 23 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 66
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 48
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.02
                    PK WIND 45 MPH FROM N AT 204 AM MDT.

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 59
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 45
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.39
                    PK WIND 35 MPH FROM W AT 313 PM MDT.
                    PEA SIZED HAIL REPORT THIS AFTERNOON.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 63
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 37
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... T
                    PK WIND 39 MPH FROM S AT 1132 AM MDT.


$$



000
NOUS45 KPUB 232301
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-240001

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
501 PM MDT SAT MAY 23 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 66
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 48
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.02
                    PK WIND 45 MPH FROM N AT 204 AM MDT.

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 59
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 45
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.39
                    PK WIND 35 MPH FROM W AT 313 PM MDT.
                    PEA SIZED HAIL REPORT THIS AFTERNOON.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 63
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 37
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... T
                    PK WIND 39 MPH FROM S AT 1132 AM MDT.


$$



000
NOUS45 KPUB 232301
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-240001

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
501 PM MDT SAT MAY 23 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 66
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 48
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.02
                    PK WIND 45 MPH FROM N AT 204 AM MDT.

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 59
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 45
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.39
                    PK WIND 35 MPH FROM W AT 313 PM MDT.
                    PEA SIZED HAIL REPORT THIS AFTERNOON.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 63
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 37
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... T
                    PK WIND 39 MPH FROM S AT 1132 AM MDT.


$$



000
NOUS45 KPUB 232301
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-240001

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
501 PM MDT SAT MAY 23 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 66
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 48
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.02
                    PK WIND 45 MPH FROM N AT 204 AM MDT.

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 59
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 45
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.39
                    PK WIND 35 MPH FROM W AT 313 PM MDT.
                    PEA SIZED HAIL REPORT THIS AFTERNOON.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 63
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 37
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... T
                    PK WIND 39 MPH FROM S AT 1132 AM MDT.


$$


000
NOUS45 KPUB 232301
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-240001

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
501 PM MDT SAT MAY 23 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 66
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 48
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.02
                    PK WIND 45 MPH FROM N AT 204 AM MDT.

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 59
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 45
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.39
                    PK WIND 35 MPH FROM W AT 313 PM MDT.
                    PEA SIZED HAIL REPORT THIS AFTERNOON.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 63
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 37
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... T
                    PK WIND 39 MPH FROM S AT 1132 AM MDT.


$$



000
NOUS45 KSLC 232104 AAA
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
256 PM MDT SAT MAY 23 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

BELOW ARE 60-HOUR PRECIPITATION REPORTS THROUGH 2 PM.

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
HYDE PARK - 4513 FT                      8 AM SAT     1.71
BENSON - 4428 FT                         8 AM SAT     1.30
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          2 PM SAT     1.13
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                    11 AM SAT     0.81
NORTH LOGAN - 4749 FT                    9 AM SAT     0.78
LOGAN - 4465 FT                         11 AM SAT     0.76
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                 11 AM SAT     0.75
PROVIDENCE - 4528 FT                     8 AM SAT     0.63
PROVIDENCE - EVANS FARM - 4535 FT        1 PM SAT     0.62
LEWISTON - 4514 FT                       1 PM SAT     0.60
LOGAN GOLF - 4808 FT                     1 PM SAT     0.53
RICHMOND - 4576 FT                       7 AM SAT     0.49
LBW PARADISE - 4859 FT                   1 PM SAT     0.43

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BRIGHAM CITY - 4400 FT                  11 AM SAT     1.44
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                2 PM SAT     1.11
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                11 AM SAT     1.06
THATCHER - 4292 FT                       9 AM SAT     1.05
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                     11 AM SAT     1.00
WEST POINT - 4350 FT                    11 AM SAT     0.99
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                      11 AM SAT     0.95
CLINTON - 4337 FT                       11 AM SAT     0.87
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT               11 AM SAT     0.81
TREMONTON - 4331 FT                      1 PM SAT     0.78
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            2 PM SAT     0.77
NORTH OGDEN - 4392 FT                    7 AM SAT     0.73
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       2 PM SAT     0.58
ROY - 4373 FT                           11 AM SAT     0.57
CLEARFIELD - 4260 FT                     4 PM THU     0.57
SOUTH OGDEN - 4777 FT                   11 AM SAT     0.55
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    2 PM SAT     0.52
GARLAND 1 SE - 4328 FT                   7 AM SAT     0.52
CORINNE - 4238 FT                        1 PM SAT     0.49
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                   11 AM SAT     0.47
OGDEN - 4285 FT                         11 AM SAT     0.43
CENTERVILLE - 4445 FT                    4 PM FRI     0.43
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                      11 AM SAT     0.40
LAYTON - 4468 FT                        11 AM SAT     0.35
PERRY - 4491 FT                          6 AM SAT     0.34
WEST HAVEN - 4239 FT                    10 AM SAT     0.33
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT               7 PM THU     0.33
EAGLE LAKE - 4377 FT                    12 PM SAT     0.31
NORTH OGDEN                              6 PM FRI     0.31
NORTHEAST OGDEN BENCH - 4560 FT          1 PM SAT     0.29
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4590 FT                  7 PM THU     0.24
WEST WEBER - 4248 FT                     7 AM SAT     0.23

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
ROCKY - 5970 FT                          1 PM SAT     0.68
STOCKTON - 5087 FT                       7 AM SAT     0.62
TAYLORSVILLE - 4482 FT                   7 AM SAT     0.51
DRAPER - 5052 FT                        11 AM SAT     0.50
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS - 5230 FT             9 AM SAT     0.43
HERRIMAN - 5062 FT                      11 AM SAT     0.42
TRANS-JORDAN LANDFILL - 5201 FT          2 PM SAT     0.37
SANDY - 4637 FT                          7 AM SAT     0.35
TOOELE - 5070 FT                         5 PM THU     0.33
RIVERTON - 4480 FT                      11 AM SAT     0.29
HOLLADAY - 4516 FT                      11 AM SAT     0.28
SALT LAKE CITY - 4590 FT                 7 AM SAT     0.26
SOUTH JORDAN - 4551 FT                  11 AM SAT     0.25
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4317 FT               8 AM SAT     0.23
GRANTSVILLE 2 W - 4480 FT                5 AM SAT     0.19
SOUTH SALT LAKE - 4340 FT                7 AM SAT     0.14

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SPANISH FORK - 4738 FT                   7 PM THU     0.20
LEHI - 4800 FT                           7 AM SAT     0.19
PROVO BYU - 4570 FT                      5 PM FRI     0.13
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4655 FT               7 PM FRI     0.11
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT          8 PM FRI     0.10

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
BOTHWELL - 4790 FT                       7 AM SAT     1.51
ARAGONITE - 5030 FT                      1 PM SAT     1.15
CLIFTON FLAT - 6384 FT                   1 PM SAT     0.84
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              2 PM SAT     0.65
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 2 PM SAT     0.58
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                   11 AM SAT     0.57
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        1 PM SAT     0.44
SNOWVILLE - 4560 FT                     11 AM SAT     0.42
WEST OF WILDCAT MTN - 4259 FT           12 AM FRI     0.38
BLUE CREEK - 5170 FT                     1 PM SAT     0.37
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT               1 PM SAT     0.29
SNOWVILLE (SOUTH) - 4812 FT              1 PM SAT     0.29
ROMEO & CENTERLINE - 4308 FT            12 AM FRI     0.29
UTAH TEST RANGE - 4440 FT                5 PM THU     0.13

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                    11 AM SAT     0.63
SWANSONS ENV CENTER - 5700 FT            8 PM THU     0.48
EDEN - 4947 FT                           7 AM SAT     0.41
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        1 PM SAT     0.34
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT        1 PM SAT     0.25
DEER CREEK DAM - 5270 FT                 5 AM SAT     0.25
WANSHIP DAM - 5940 FT                    5 PM THU     0.13

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
MANTUA - 5899 FT                        11 AM SAT     1.45
GARDEN CITY - 5959 FT                   11 AM SAT     0.74
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       2 PM SAT     0.60
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    1 PM SAT     0.57
BLACKSMITH FORK - 5020 FT                1 PM SAT     0.55
LAKETOWN UDOT - 5991 FT                 11 AM SAT     0.39
HARDWARE RANCH - 5564 FT                 1 PM SAT     0.37
LOST CREEK NR CROYDEN - 5840 FT          7 PM THU     0.20
RANDOLPH - 6270 FT                       5 AM SAT     0.17

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
YELLOWSTONE DRAINAGE - 7800 FT           1 PM SAT     0.83
YELLOWSTONE RIVER NR ALTONAH - 7506 FT   2 PM SAT     0.73
MOON LAKE - 8150 FT                      2 PM SAT     0.71
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       1 PM SAT     0.46
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 7 PM THU     0.44
HEBER CITY 10 ESE - 8305 FT              8 AM SAT     0.38
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           8 PM FRI     0.38
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        1 PM SAT     0.35
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         8 PM FRI     0.15

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
BAER #10 RED BULL - 8360 FT              1 PM SAT     0.83
BRUIN POINT - 10200 FT                   1 PM SAT     0.44
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      1 PM SAT     0.37
HORSE RIDGE - 8480 FT                    1 PM SAT     0.29
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                    7 PM THU     0.25

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
ALTAMONT - 6370 FT                       5 AM SAT     0.83
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT            1 PM SAT     0.74
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      1 PM SAT     0.54
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      1 PM SAT     0.48
DUCHESNE - 5520 FT                       5 PM FRI     0.24
ROOSEVELT - 5167 FT                      9 AM SAT     0.22
MYTON - 5080 FT                          5 AM SAT     0.12

...CASTLE COUNTRY...
CARBON COUNTY AIRPORT - 5922 FT          8 PM FRI     0.04
FERRON - 5930 FT                         5 AM SAT     0.02

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
VENICE - 5244 FT                         1 PM SAT     0.34
MONROE - 5322 FT                         9 AM SAT     0.33
SEVIER RESERVOIR - 5369 FT               7 PM THU     0.17
MOUNT PLEASANT - 5924 FT                 7 PM THU     0.07
SPRING CITY - 5835 FT                    7 PM THU     0.06

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
FILLMORE - 5120 FT                       5 PM FRI     0.11
OAK CITY - 5135 FT                       7 AM SAT     0.08
FISH SPRINGS REFUGE - 4335 FT            5 AM SAT     0.08
SIXMILE RIDGE - 5075 FT                  7 AM SAT     0.05
MUD SPRING - 5902 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.04
DELTA MUNI AIRPORT - 4750 FT             7 PM FRI     0.03

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
BRIMSTONE RESERVOIR - 5620 FT            1 PM SAT     0.53
ENTERPRISE - 5384 FT                    11 AM SAT     0.32
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT      2 PM SAT     0.30
CEDAR CITY - 6090 FT                     5 AM SAT     0.24
CEDAR CITY                               8 AM SAT     0.22
NEW HARMONY - 5625 FT                    5 AM SAT     0.15
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        7 PM FRI     0.09
CEDAR CITY AIRPORT - 5627 FT             8 PM FRI     0.07
CEDAR CITY - 5895 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.06
CEDAR CITY 3W - 5529 FT                  8 PM FRI     0.03

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ZION NATIONAL PARK - 5741 FT             2 PM SAT     0.72
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    1 PM SAT     0.41
HURRICANE - 3239 FT                      8 AM SAT     0.14

...SOUTH CENTRAL UTAH...
APPLE VALLEY - 4757 FT                   8 AM SAT     0.12
KANAB - 4940 FT                          5 PM THU     0.06

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    2 PM SAT     0.65
GRASSY LAKE NR EPHRAIM - 8880 FT         2 PM SAT     0.35
FREMONT INDIAN SP - 5920 FT              5 AM SAT     0.32
HORSE HOLLOW - 6010 FT                   1 PM SAT     0.31
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     1 PM SAT     0.29
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    1 PM SAT     0.29
FILLMORE PORT #1 - 6229 FT               1 PM SAT     0.28
BLACK CEDAR - 6480 FT                    1 PM SAT     0.28
FLOWELL - 4735 FT                        1 PM SAT     0.27

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
WILLOW GULCH - 6840 FT                   1 PM SAT     1.10
GARDNER PEAK - 8350 FT                   1 PM SAT     1.10
LAVA POINT RAWS - 7890 FT                1 PM SAT     0.45
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      1 PM SAT     0.34
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              1 PM SAT     0.32
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 1 PM SAT     0.30
BUCK FLAT - 8000 FT                      1 PM SAT     0.30
LOA - 7070 FT                            5 AM SAT     0.16
CIRCLEVILLE - 6079 FT                    7 AM SAT     0.15

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         2 PM SAT     0.61
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT       1 PM SAT     0.55
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    1 PM SAT     0.45

$$



000
NOUS45 KSLC 232104 AAA
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
256 PM MDT SAT MAY 23 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

BELOW ARE 60-HOUR PRECIPITATION REPORTS THROUGH 2 PM.

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
HYDE PARK - 4513 FT                      8 AM SAT     1.71
BENSON - 4428 FT                         8 AM SAT     1.30
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          2 PM SAT     1.13
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                    11 AM SAT     0.81
NORTH LOGAN - 4749 FT                    9 AM SAT     0.78
LOGAN - 4465 FT                         11 AM SAT     0.76
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                 11 AM SAT     0.75
PROVIDENCE - 4528 FT                     8 AM SAT     0.63
PROVIDENCE - EVANS FARM - 4535 FT        1 PM SAT     0.62
LEWISTON - 4514 FT                       1 PM SAT     0.60
LOGAN GOLF - 4808 FT                     1 PM SAT     0.53
RICHMOND - 4576 FT                       7 AM SAT     0.49
LBW PARADISE - 4859 FT                   1 PM SAT     0.43

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BRIGHAM CITY - 4400 FT                  11 AM SAT     1.44
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                2 PM SAT     1.11
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                11 AM SAT     1.06
THATCHER - 4292 FT                       9 AM SAT     1.05
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                     11 AM SAT     1.00
WEST POINT - 4350 FT                    11 AM SAT     0.99
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                      11 AM SAT     0.95
CLINTON - 4337 FT                       11 AM SAT     0.87
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT               11 AM SAT     0.81
TREMONTON - 4331 FT                      1 PM SAT     0.78
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            2 PM SAT     0.77
NORTH OGDEN - 4392 FT                    7 AM SAT     0.73
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       2 PM SAT     0.58
ROY - 4373 FT                           11 AM SAT     0.57
CLEARFIELD - 4260 FT                     4 PM THU     0.57
SOUTH OGDEN - 4777 FT                   11 AM SAT     0.55
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    2 PM SAT     0.52
GARLAND 1 SE - 4328 FT                   7 AM SAT     0.52
CORINNE - 4238 FT                        1 PM SAT     0.49
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                   11 AM SAT     0.47
OGDEN - 4285 FT                         11 AM SAT     0.43
CENTERVILLE - 4445 FT                    4 PM FRI     0.43
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                      11 AM SAT     0.40
LAYTON - 4468 FT                        11 AM SAT     0.35
PERRY - 4491 FT                          6 AM SAT     0.34
WEST HAVEN - 4239 FT                    10 AM SAT     0.33
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT               7 PM THU     0.33
EAGLE LAKE - 4377 FT                    12 PM SAT     0.31
NORTH OGDEN                              6 PM FRI     0.31
NORTHEAST OGDEN BENCH - 4560 FT          1 PM SAT     0.29
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4590 FT                  7 PM THU     0.24
WEST WEBER - 4248 FT                     7 AM SAT     0.23

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
ROCKY - 5970 FT                          1 PM SAT     0.68
STOCKTON - 5087 FT                       7 AM SAT     0.62
TAYLORSVILLE - 4482 FT                   7 AM SAT     0.51
DRAPER - 5052 FT                        11 AM SAT     0.50
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS - 5230 FT             9 AM SAT     0.43
HERRIMAN - 5062 FT                      11 AM SAT     0.42
TRANS-JORDAN LANDFILL - 5201 FT          2 PM SAT     0.37
SANDY - 4637 FT                          7 AM SAT     0.35
TOOELE - 5070 FT                         5 PM THU     0.33
RIVERTON - 4480 FT                      11 AM SAT     0.29
HOLLADAY - 4516 FT                      11 AM SAT     0.28
SALT LAKE CITY - 4590 FT                 7 AM SAT     0.26
SOUTH JORDAN - 4551 FT                  11 AM SAT     0.25
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4317 FT               8 AM SAT     0.23
GRANTSVILLE 2 W - 4480 FT                5 AM SAT     0.19
SOUTH SALT LAKE - 4340 FT                7 AM SAT     0.14

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SPANISH FORK - 4738 FT                   7 PM THU     0.20
LEHI - 4800 FT                           7 AM SAT     0.19
PROVO BYU - 4570 FT                      5 PM FRI     0.13
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4655 FT               7 PM FRI     0.11
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT          8 PM FRI     0.10

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
BOTHWELL - 4790 FT                       7 AM SAT     1.51
ARAGONITE - 5030 FT                      1 PM SAT     1.15
CLIFTON FLAT - 6384 FT                   1 PM SAT     0.84
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              2 PM SAT     0.65
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 2 PM SAT     0.58
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                   11 AM SAT     0.57
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        1 PM SAT     0.44
SNOWVILLE - 4560 FT                     11 AM SAT     0.42
WEST OF WILDCAT MTN - 4259 FT           12 AM FRI     0.38
BLUE CREEK - 5170 FT                     1 PM SAT     0.37
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT               1 PM SAT     0.29
SNOWVILLE (SOUTH) - 4812 FT              1 PM SAT     0.29
ROMEO & CENTERLINE - 4308 FT            12 AM FRI     0.29
UTAH TEST RANGE - 4440 FT                5 PM THU     0.13

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                    11 AM SAT     0.63
SWANSONS ENV CENTER - 5700 FT            8 PM THU     0.48
EDEN - 4947 FT                           7 AM SAT     0.41
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        1 PM SAT     0.34
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT        1 PM SAT     0.25
DEER CREEK DAM - 5270 FT                 5 AM SAT     0.25
WANSHIP DAM - 5940 FT                    5 PM THU     0.13

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
MANTUA - 5899 FT                        11 AM SAT     1.45
GARDEN CITY - 5959 FT                   11 AM SAT     0.74
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       2 PM SAT     0.60
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    1 PM SAT     0.57
BLACKSMITH FORK - 5020 FT                1 PM SAT     0.55
LAKETOWN UDOT - 5991 FT                 11 AM SAT     0.39
HARDWARE RANCH - 5564 FT                 1 PM SAT     0.37
LOST CREEK NR CROYDEN - 5840 FT          7 PM THU     0.20
RANDOLPH - 6270 FT                       5 AM SAT     0.17

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
YELLOWSTONE DRAINAGE - 7800 FT           1 PM SAT     0.83
YELLOWSTONE RIVER NR ALTONAH - 7506 FT   2 PM SAT     0.73
MOON LAKE - 8150 FT                      2 PM SAT     0.71
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       1 PM SAT     0.46
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 7 PM THU     0.44
HEBER CITY 10 ESE - 8305 FT              8 AM SAT     0.38
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           8 PM FRI     0.38
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        1 PM SAT     0.35
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         8 PM FRI     0.15

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
BAER #10 RED BULL - 8360 FT              1 PM SAT     0.83
BRUIN POINT - 10200 FT                   1 PM SAT     0.44
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      1 PM SAT     0.37
HORSE RIDGE - 8480 FT                    1 PM SAT     0.29
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                    7 PM THU     0.25

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
ALTAMONT - 6370 FT                       5 AM SAT     0.83
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT            1 PM SAT     0.74
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      1 PM SAT     0.54
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      1 PM SAT     0.48
DUCHESNE - 5520 FT                       5 PM FRI     0.24
ROOSEVELT - 5167 FT                      9 AM SAT     0.22
MYTON - 5080 FT                          5 AM SAT     0.12

...CASTLE COUNTRY...
CARBON COUNTY AIRPORT - 5922 FT          8 PM FRI     0.04
FERRON - 5930 FT                         5 AM SAT     0.02

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
VENICE - 5244 FT                         1 PM SAT     0.34
MONROE - 5322 FT                         9 AM SAT     0.33
SEVIER RESERVOIR - 5369 FT               7 PM THU     0.17
MOUNT PLEASANT - 5924 FT                 7 PM THU     0.07
SPRING CITY - 5835 FT                    7 PM THU     0.06

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
FILLMORE - 5120 FT                       5 PM FRI     0.11
OAK CITY - 5135 FT                       7 AM SAT     0.08
FISH SPRINGS REFUGE - 4335 FT            5 AM SAT     0.08
SIXMILE RIDGE - 5075 FT                  7 AM SAT     0.05
MUD SPRING - 5902 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.04
DELTA MUNI AIRPORT - 4750 FT             7 PM FRI     0.03

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
BRIMSTONE RESERVOIR - 5620 FT            1 PM SAT     0.53
ENTERPRISE - 5384 FT                    11 AM SAT     0.32
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT      2 PM SAT     0.30
CEDAR CITY - 6090 FT                     5 AM SAT     0.24
CEDAR CITY                               8 AM SAT     0.22
NEW HARMONY - 5625 FT                    5 AM SAT     0.15
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        7 PM FRI     0.09
CEDAR CITY AIRPORT - 5627 FT             8 PM FRI     0.07
CEDAR CITY - 5895 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.06
CEDAR CITY 3W - 5529 FT                  8 PM FRI     0.03

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ZION NATIONAL PARK - 5741 FT             2 PM SAT     0.72
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    1 PM SAT     0.41
HURRICANE - 3239 FT                      8 AM SAT     0.14

...SOUTH CENTRAL UTAH...
APPLE VALLEY - 4757 FT                   8 AM SAT     0.12
KANAB - 4940 FT                          5 PM THU     0.06

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    2 PM SAT     0.65
GRASSY LAKE NR EPHRAIM - 8880 FT         2 PM SAT     0.35
FREMONT INDIAN SP - 5920 FT              5 AM SAT     0.32
HORSE HOLLOW - 6010 FT                   1 PM SAT     0.31
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     1 PM SAT     0.29
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    1 PM SAT     0.29
FILLMORE PORT #1 - 6229 FT               1 PM SAT     0.28
BLACK CEDAR - 6480 FT                    1 PM SAT     0.28
FLOWELL - 4735 FT                        1 PM SAT     0.27

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
WILLOW GULCH - 6840 FT                   1 PM SAT     1.10
GARDNER PEAK - 8350 FT                   1 PM SAT     1.10
LAVA POINT RAWS - 7890 FT                1 PM SAT     0.45
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      1 PM SAT     0.34
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              1 PM SAT     0.32
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 1 PM SAT     0.30
BUCK FLAT - 8000 FT                      1 PM SAT     0.30
LOA - 7070 FT                            5 AM SAT     0.16
CIRCLEVILLE - 6079 FT                    7 AM SAT     0.15

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         2 PM SAT     0.61
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT       1 PM SAT     0.55
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    1 PM SAT     0.45

$$


000
NOUS45 KSLC 232104 AAA
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
256 PM MDT SAT MAY 23 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

BELOW ARE 60-HOUR PRECIPITATION REPORTS THROUGH 2 PM.

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
HYDE PARK - 4513 FT                      8 AM SAT     1.71
BENSON - 4428 FT                         8 AM SAT     1.30
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          2 PM SAT     1.13
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                    11 AM SAT     0.81
NORTH LOGAN - 4749 FT                    9 AM SAT     0.78
LOGAN - 4465 FT                         11 AM SAT     0.76
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                 11 AM SAT     0.75
PROVIDENCE - 4528 FT                     8 AM SAT     0.63
PROVIDENCE - EVANS FARM - 4535 FT        1 PM SAT     0.62
LEWISTON - 4514 FT                       1 PM SAT     0.60
LOGAN GOLF - 4808 FT                     1 PM SAT     0.53
RICHMOND - 4576 FT                       7 AM SAT     0.49
LBW PARADISE - 4859 FT                   1 PM SAT     0.43

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BRIGHAM CITY - 4400 FT                  11 AM SAT     1.44
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                2 PM SAT     1.11
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                11 AM SAT     1.06
THATCHER - 4292 FT                       9 AM SAT     1.05
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                     11 AM SAT     1.00
WEST POINT - 4350 FT                    11 AM SAT     0.99
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                      11 AM SAT     0.95
CLINTON - 4337 FT                       11 AM SAT     0.87
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT               11 AM SAT     0.81
TREMONTON - 4331 FT                      1 PM SAT     0.78
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            2 PM SAT     0.77
NORTH OGDEN - 4392 FT                    7 AM SAT     0.73
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       2 PM SAT     0.58
ROY - 4373 FT                           11 AM SAT     0.57
CLEARFIELD - 4260 FT                     4 PM THU     0.57
SOUTH OGDEN - 4777 FT                   11 AM SAT     0.55
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    2 PM SAT     0.52
GARLAND 1 SE - 4328 FT                   7 AM SAT     0.52
CORINNE - 4238 FT                        1 PM SAT     0.49
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                   11 AM SAT     0.47
OGDEN - 4285 FT                         11 AM SAT     0.43
CENTERVILLE - 4445 FT                    4 PM FRI     0.43
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                      11 AM SAT     0.40
LAYTON - 4468 FT                        11 AM SAT     0.35
PERRY - 4491 FT                          6 AM SAT     0.34
WEST HAVEN - 4239 FT                    10 AM SAT     0.33
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT               7 PM THU     0.33
EAGLE LAKE - 4377 FT                    12 PM SAT     0.31
NORTH OGDEN                              6 PM FRI     0.31
NORTHEAST OGDEN BENCH - 4560 FT          1 PM SAT     0.29
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4590 FT                  7 PM THU     0.24
WEST WEBER - 4248 FT                     7 AM SAT     0.23

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
ROCKY - 5970 FT                          1 PM SAT     0.68
STOCKTON - 5087 FT                       7 AM SAT     0.62
TAYLORSVILLE - 4482 FT                   7 AM SAT     0.51
DRAPER - 5052 FT                        11 AM SAT     0.50
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS - 5230 FT             9 AM SAT     0.43
HERRIMAN - 5062 FT                      11 AM SAT     0.42
TRANS-JORDAN LANDFILL - 5201 FT          2 PM SAT     0.37
SANDY - 4637 FT                          7 AM SAT     0.35
TOOELE - 5070 FT                         5 PM THU     0.33
RIVERTON - 4480 FT                      11 AM SAT     0.29
HOLLADAY - 4516 FT                      11 AM SAT     0.28
SALT LAKE CITY - 4590 FT                 7 AM SAT     0.26
SOUTH JORDAN - 4551 FT                  11 AM SAT     0.25
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4317 FT               8 AM SAT     0.23
GRANTSVILLE 2 W - 4480 FT                5 AM SAT     0.19
SOUTH SALT LAKE - 4340 FT                7 AM SAT     0.14

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SPANISH FORK - 4738 FT                   7 PM THU     0.20
LEHI - 4800 FT                           7 AM SAT     0.19
PROVO BYU - 4570 FT                      5 PM FRI     0.13
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4655 FT               7 PM FRI     0.11
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT          8 PM FRI     0.10

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
BOTHWELL - 4790 FT                       7 AM SAT     1.51
ARAGONITE - 5030 FT                      1 PM SAT     1.15
CLIFTON FLAT - 6384 FT                   1 PM SAT     0.84
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              2 PM SAT     0.65
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 2 PM SAT     0.58
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                   11 AM SAT     0.57
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        1 PM SAT     0.44
SNOWVILLE - 4560 FT                     11 AM SAT     0.42
WEST OF WILDCAT MTN - 4259 FT           12 AM FRI     0.38
BLUE CREEK - 5170 FT                     1 PM SAT     0.37
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT               1 PM SAT     0.29
SNOWVILLE (SOUTH) - 4812 FT              1 PM SAT     0.29
ROMEO & CENTERLINE - 4308 FT            12 AM FRI     0.29
UTAH TEST RANGE - 4440 FT                5 PM THU     0.13

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                    11 AM SAT     0.63
SWANSONS ENV CENTER - 5700 FT            8 PM THU     0.48
EDEN - 4947 FT                           7 AM SAT     0.41
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        1 PM SAT     0.34
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT        1 PM SAT     0.25
DEER CREEK DAM - 5270 FT                 5 AM SAT     0.25
WANSHIP DAM - 5940 FT                    5 PM THU     0.13

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
MANTUA - 5899 FT                        11 AM SAT     1.45
GARDEN CITY - 5959 FT                   11 AM SAT     0.74
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       2 PM SAT     0.60
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    1 PM SAT     0.57
BLACKSMITH FORK - 5020 FT                1 PM SAT     0.55
LAKETOWN UDOT - 5991 FT                 11 AM SAT     0.39
HARDWARE RANCH - 5564 FT                 1 PM SAT     0.37
LOST CREEK NR CROYDEN - 5840 FT          7 PM THU     0.20
RANDOLPH - 6270 FT                       5 AM SAT     0.17

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
YELLOWSTONE DRAINAGE - 7800 FT           1 PM SAT     0.83
YELLOWSTONE RIVER NR ALTONAH - 7506 FT   2 PM SAT     0.73
MOON LAKE - 8150 FT                      2 PM SAT     0.71
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       1 PM SAT     0.46
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 7 PM THU     0.44
HEBER CITY 10 ESE - 8305 FT              8 AM SAT     0.38
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           8 PM FRI     0.38
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        1 PM SAT     0.35
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         8 PM FRI     0.15

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
BAER #10 RED BULL - 8360 FT              1 PM SAT     0.83
BRUIN POINT - 10200 FT                   1 PM SAT     0.44
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      1 PM SAT     0.37
HORSE RIDGE - 8480 FT                    1 PM SAT     0.29
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                    7 PM THU     0.25

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
ALTAMONT - 6370 FT                       5 AM SAT     0.83
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT            1 PM SAT     0.74
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      1 PM SAT     0.54
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      1 PM SAT     0.48
DUCHESNE - 5520 FT                       5 PM FRI     0.24
ROOSEVELT - 5167 FT                      9 AM SAT     0.22
MYTON - 5080 FT                          5 AM SAT     0.12

...CASTLE COUNTRY...
CARBON COUNTY AIRPORT - 5922 FT          8 PM FRI     0.04
FERRON - 5930 FT                         5 AM SAT     0.02

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
VENICE - 5244 FT                         1 PM SAT     0.34
MONROE - 5322 FT                         9 AM SAT     0.33
SEVIER RESERVOIR - 5369 FT               7 PM THU     0.17
MOUNT PLEASANT - 5924 FT                 7 PM THU     0.07
SPRING CITY - 5835 FT                    7 PM THU     0.06

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
FILLMORE - 5120 FT                       5 PM FRI     0.11
OAK CITY - 5135 FT                       7 AM SAT     0.08
FISH SPRINGS REFUGE - 4335 FT            5 AM SAT     0.08
SIXMILE RIDGE - 5075 FT                  7 AM SAT     0.05
MUD SPRING - 5902 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.04
DELTA MUNI AIRPORT - 4750 FT             7 PM FRI     0.03

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
BRIMSTONE RESERVOIR - 5620 FT            1 PM SAT     0.53
ENTERPRISE - 5384 FT                    11 AM SAT     0.32
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT      2 PM SAT     0.30
CEDAR CITY - 6090 FT                     5 AM SAT     0.24
CEDAR CITY                               8 AM SAT     0.22
NEW HARMONY - 5625 FT                    5 AM SAT     0.15
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        7 PM FRI     0.09
CEDAR CITY AIRPORT - 5627 FT             8 PM FRI     0.07
CEDAR CITY - 5895 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.06
CEDAR CITY 3W - 5529 FT                  8 PM FRI     0.03

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ZION NATIONAL PARK - 5741 FT             2 PM SAT     0.72
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    1 PM SAT     0.41
HURRICANE - 3239 FT                      8 AM SAT     0.14

...SOUTH CENTRAL UTAH...
APPLE VALLEY - 4757 FT                   8 AM SAT     0.12
KANAB - 4940 FT                          5 PM THU     0.06

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    2 PM SAT     0.65
GRASSY LAKE NR EPHRAIM - 8880 FT         2 PM SAT     0.35
FREMONT INDIAN SP - 5920 FT              5 AM SAT     0.32
HORSE HOLLOW - 6010 FT                   1 PM SAT     0.31
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     1 PM SAT     0.29
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    1 PM SAT     0.29
FILLMORE PORT #1 - 6229 FT               1 PM SAT     0.28
BLACK CEDAR - 6480 FT                    1 PM SAT     0.28
FLOWELL - 4735 FT                        1 PM SAT     0.27

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
WILLOW GULCH - 6840 FT                   1 PM SAT     1.10
GARDNER PEAK - 8350 FT                   1 PM SAT     1.10
LAVA POINT RAWS - 7890 FT                1 PM SAT     0.45
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      1 PM SAT     0.34
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              1 PM SAT     0.32
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 1 PM SAT     0.30
BUCK FLAT - 8000 FT                      1 PM SAT     0.30
LOA - 7070 FT                            5 AM SAT     0.16
CIRCLEVILLE - 6079 FT                    7 AM SAT     0.15

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         2 PM SAT     0.61
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT       1 PM SAT     0.55
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    1 PM SAT     0.45

$$



000
NOUS45 KSLC 232104 AAA
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
256 PM MDT SAT MAY 23 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

BELOW ARE 60-HOUR PRECIPITATION REPORTS THROUGH 2 PM.

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
HYDE PARK - 4513 FT                      8 AM SAT     1.71
BENSON - 4428 FT                         8 AM SAT     1.30
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          2 PM SAT     1.13
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                    11 AM SAT     0.81
NORTH LOGAN - 4749 FT                    9 AM SAT     0.78
LOGAN - 4465 FT                         11 AM SAT     0.76
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                 11 AM SAT     0.75
PROVIDENCE - 4528 FT                     8 AM SAT     0.63
PROVIDENCE - EVANS FARM - 4535 FT        1 PM SAT     0.62
LEWISTON - 4514 FT                       1 PM SAT     0.60
LOGAN GOLF - 4808 FT                     1 PM SAT     0.53
RICHMOND - 4576 FT                       7 AM SAT     0.49
LBW PARADISE - 4859 FT                   1 PM SAT     0.43

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BRIGHAM CITY - 4400 FT                  11 AM SAT     1.44
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                2 PM SAT     1.11
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                11 AM SAT     1.06
THATCHER - 4292 FT                       9 AM SAT     1.05
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                     11 AM SAT     1.00
WEST POINT - 4350 FT                    11 AM SAT     0.99
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                      11 AM SAT     0.95
CLINTON - 4337 FT                       11 AM SAT     0.87
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT               11 AM SAT     0.81
TREMONTON - 4331 FT                      1 PM SAT     0.78
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            2 PM SAT     0.77
NORTH OGDEN - 4392 FT                    7 AM SAT     0.73
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       2 PM SAT     0.58
ROY - 4373 FT                           11 AM SAT     0.57
CLEARFIELD - 4260 FT                     4 PM THU     0.57
SOUTH OGDEN - 4777 FT                   11 AM SAT     0.55
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    2 PM SAT     0.52
GARLAND 1 SE - 4328 FT                   7 AM SAT     0.52
CORINNE - 4238 FT                        1 PM SAT     0.49
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                   11 AM SAT     0.47
OGDEN - 4285 FT                         11 AM SAT     0.43
CENTERVILLE - 4445 FT                    4 PM FRI     0.43
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                      11 AM SAT     0.40
LAYTON - 4468 FT                        11 AM SAT     0.35
PERRY - 4491 FT                          6 AM SAT     0.34
WEST HAVEN - 4239 FT                    10 AM SAT     0.33
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT               7 PM THU     0.33
EAGLE LAKE - 4377 FT                    12 PM SAT     0.31
NORTH OGDEN                              6 PM FRI     0.31
NORTHEAST OGDEN BENCH - 4560 FT          1 PM SAT     0.29
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4590 FT                  7 PM THU     0.24
WEST WEBER - 4248 FT                     7 AM SAT     0.23

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
ROCKY - 5970 FT                          1 PM SAT     0.68
STOCKTON - 5087 FT                       7 AM SAT     0.62
TAYLORSVILLE - 4482 FT                   7 AM SAT     0.51
DRAPER - 5052 FT                        11 AM SAT     0.50
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS - 5230 FT             9 AM SAT     0.43
HERRIMAN - 5062 FT                      11 AM SAT     0.42
TRANS-JORDAN LANDFILL - 5201 FT          2 PM SAT     0.37
SANDY - 4637 FT                          7 AM SAT     0.35
TOOELE - 5070 FT                         5 PM THU     0.33
RIVERTON - 4480 FT                      11 AM SAT     0.29
HOLLADAY - 4516 FT                      11 AM SAT     0.28
SALT LAKE CITY - 4590 FT                 7 AM SAT     0.26
SOUTH JORDAN - 4551 FT                  11 AM SAT     0.25
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4317 FT               8 AM SAT     0.23
GRANTSVILLE 2 W - 4480 FT                5 AM SAT     0.19
SOUTH SALT LAKE - 4340 FT                7 AM SAT     0.14

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SPANISH FORK - 4738 FT                   7 PM THU     0.20
LEHI - 4800 FT                           7 AM SAT     0.19
PROVO BYU - 4570 FT                      5 PM FRI     0.13
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4655 FT               7 PM FRI     0.11
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT          8 PM FRI     0.10

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
BOTHWELL - 4790 FT                       7 AM SAT     1.51
ARAGONITE - 5030 FT                      1 PM SAT     1.15
CLIFTON FLAT - 6384 FT                   1 PM SAT     0.84
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              2 PM SAT     0.65
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 2 PM SAT     0.58
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                   11 AM SAT     0.57
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        1 PM SAT     0.44
SNOWVILLE - 4560 FT                     11 AM SAT     0.42
WEST OF WILDCAT MTN - 4259 FT           12 AM FRI     0.38
BLUE CREEK - 5170 FT                     1 PM SAT     0.37
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT               1 PM SAT     0.29
SNOWVILLE (SOUTH) - 4812 FT              1 PM SAT     0.29
ROMEO & CENTERLINE - 4308 FT            12 AM FRI     0.29
UTAH TEST RANGE - 4440 FT                5 PM THU     0.13

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                    11 AM SAT     0.63
SWANSONS ENV CENTER - 5700 FT            8 PM THU     0.48
EDEN - 4947 FT                           7 AM SAT     0.41
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        1 PM SAT     0.34
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT        1 PM SAT     0.25
DEER CREEK DAM - 5270 FT                 5 AM SAT     0.25
WANSHIP DAM - 5940 FT                    5 PM THU     0.13

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
MANTUA - 5899 FT                        11 AM SAT     1.45
GARDEN CITY - 5959 FT                   11 AM SAT     0.74
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       2 PM SAT     0.60
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    1 PM SAT     0.57
BLACKSMITH FORK - 5020 FT                1 PM SAT     0.55
LAKETOWN UDOT - 5991 FT                 11 AM SAT     0.39
HARDWARE RANCH - 5564 FT                 1 PM SAT     0.37
LOST CREEK NR CROYDEN - 5840 FT          7 PM THU     0.20
RANDOLPH - 6270 FT                       5 AM SAT     0.17

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
YELLOWSTONE DRAINAGE - 7800 FT           1 PM SAT     0.83
YELLOWSTONE RIVER NR ALTONAH - 7506 FT   2 PM SAT     0.73
MOON LAKE - 8150 FT                      2 PM SAT     0.71
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       1 PM SAT     0.46
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 7 PM THU     0.44
HEBER CITY 10 ESE - 8305 FT              8 AM SAT     0.38
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           8 PM FRI     0.38
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        1 PM SAT     0.35
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         8 PM FRI     0.15

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
BAER #10 RED BULL - 8360 FT              1 PM SAT     0.83
BRUIN POINT - 10200 FT                   1 PM SAT     0.44
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      1 PM SAT     0.37
HORSE RIDGE - 8480 FT                    1 PM SAT     0.29
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                    7 PM THU     0.25

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
ALTAMONT - 6370 FT                       5 AM SAT     0.83
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT            1 PM SAT     0.74
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      1 PM SAT     0.54
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      1 PM SAT     0.48
DUCHESNE - 5520 FT                       5 PM FRI     0.24
ROOSEVELT - 5167 FT                      9 AM SAT     0.22
MYTON - 5080 FT                          5 AM SAT     0.12

...CASTLE COUNTRY...
CARBON COUNTY AIRPORT - 5922 FT          8 PM FRI     0.04
FERRON - 5930 FT                         5 AM SAT     0.02

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
VENICE - 5244 FT                         1 PM SAT     0.34
MONROE - 5322 FT                         9 AM SAT     0.33
SEVIER RESERVOIR - 5369 FT               7 PM THU     0.17
MOUNT PLEASANT - 5924 FT                 7 PM THU     0.07
SPRING CITY - 5835 FT                    7 PM THU     0.06

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
FILLMORE - 5120 FT                       5 PM FRI     0.11
OAK CITY - 5135 FT                       7 AM SAT     0.08
FISH SPRINGS REFUGE - 4335 FT            5 AM SAT     0.08
SIXMILE RIDGE - 5075 FT                  7 AM SAT     0.05
MUD SPRING - 5902 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.04
DELTA MUNI AIRPORT - 4750 FT             7 PM FRI     0.03

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
BRIMSTONE RESERVOIR - 5620 FT            1 PM SAT     0.53
ENTERPRISE - 5384 FT                    11 AM SAT     0.32
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT      2 PM SAT     0.30
CEDAR CITY - 6090 FT                     5 AM SAT     0.24
CEDAR CITY                               8 AM SAT     0.22
NEW HARMONY - 5625 FT                    5 AM SAT     0.15
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        7 PM FRI     0.09
CEDAR CITY AIRPORT - 5627 FT             8 PM FRI     0.07
CEDAR CITY - 5895 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.06
CEDAR CITY 3W - 5529 FT                  8 PM FRI     0.03

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ZION NATIONAL PARK - 5741 FT             2 PM SAT     0.72
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    1 PM SAT     0.41
HURRICANE - 3239 FT                      8 AM SAT     0.14

...SOUTH CENTRAL UTAH...
APPLE VALLEY - 4757 FT                   8 AM SAT     0.12
KANAB - 4940 FT                          5 PM THU     0.06

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    2 PM SAT     0.65
GRASSY LAKE NR EPHRAIM - 8880 FT         2 PM SAT     0.35
FREMONT INDIAN SP - 5920 FT              5 AM SAT     0.32
HORSE HOLLOW - 6010 FT                   1 PM SAT     0.31
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     1 PM SAT     0.29
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    1 PM SAT     0.29
FILLMORE PORT #1 - 6229 FT               1 PM SAT     0.28
BLACK CEDAR - 6480 FT                    1 PM SAT     0.28
FLOWELL - 4735 FT                        1 PM SAT     0.27

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
WILLOW GULCH - 6840 FT                   1 PM SAT     1.10
GARDNER PEAK - 8350 FT                   1 PM SAT     1.10
LAVA POINT RAWS - 7890 FT                1 PM SAT     0.45
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      1 PM SAT     0.34
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              1 PM SAT     0.32
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 1 PM SAT     0.30
BUCK FLAT - 8000 FT                      1 PM SAT     0.30
LOA - 7070 FT                            5 AM SAT     0.16
CIRCLEVILLE - 6079 FT                    7 AM SAT     0.15

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         2 PM SAT     0.61
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT       1 PM SAT     0.55
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    1 PM SAT     0.45

$$


000
NOUS45 KGJT 231914
PNSGJT

NOUS45 KGJT DDHHMM
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
114 PM MDT SAT MAY 23 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION REPORTS FROM
WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH, ENDING AT NOON. TIMES OF THE
REPORTS ARE NOTED WITH EACH REPORT.  AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.


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

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

COLORADO

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N    4.0   729 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   GOTHIC                 4.0   700 AM  5/23  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   POWDERHORN 4.4 NNE     1.3  1012 AM  5/23  COCORAHS


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

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

COLORADO

...ARCHULETA COUNTY...
   PAGOSA SPRINGS 4.2 W  0.05   714 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   PAGOSA SPRINGS 2.5 W  0.04   656 AM  5/23  COCORAHS

...DELTA COUNTY...
   DELTA 3.9 S           0.06   602 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 4.7 W       0.02   908 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   ECKERT 1.1 SW         0.02   713 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   PAONIA 1SW            0.02   800 AM  5/23  W CO COOP SITE
   CEDAREDGE 1.0 NE      0.01   827 AM  5/23  COCORAHS

...EAGLE COUNTY...
   EDWARDS 1.3 WNW       0.28   620 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2.3 N         0.20   703 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2N            0.20   800 AM  5/23  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   VAIL 2.6 E            0.16   728 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   AVON 2N               0.11   700 AM  5/23  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   GYPSUM 0.5 E          0.09   729 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   GYPSUM 1.9 SSW        0.05   659 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 5.7 E      0.03   637 AM  5/23  COCORAHS

...GARFIELD COUNTY...
   GLENWOOD SPRINGS .64  0.19   825 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPRINGS 5.3  0.17   708 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   RIFLE                 0.16   100 AM  5/23  AVIATION SITE
   GLENWOOD SPRINGS 2.7  0.09   813 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 0.5 W      0.06   651 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 0.3 WNW    0.04   654 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   RIFLE 0.9 NE          0.03   759 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   RIFLE 3ENE            0.02   800 AM  5/23  W CO COOP SITE
   SILT 1E               0.02   800 AM  5/23  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   RIFLE 3.2 ENE         0.02   724 AM  5/23  COCORAHS

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   POWDERHORN 4.4 NNE    0.45  1012 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   GOTHIC                0.32   700 AM  5/23  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N   0.32   729 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 6.6 N        0.23   657 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   CRESTED BUTTE         0.18   855 AM  5/23  W CO COOP SITE
   CIMARRON 11.2 S       0.17   721 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   PARLIN 2.7 ESE        0.06   753 AM  5/23  COCORAHS

...LA PLATA COUNTY...
   ROCKWOOD 6.9 NNW      0.39   818 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 7.8 SW       0.22   946 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 13.3 SSW     0.19   757 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   DURANGO .35 E         0.15   609 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 4.8 WSW       0.15   820 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 4.9 SE       0.10   846 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 6.9 S        0.08   645 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   DURANGO               0.07   100 AM  5/23  AVIATION SITE
   REDMESA 4.2 NW        0.03   805 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 7.0 N        0.02   827 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 5S            0.01  1115 AM  5/23  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   BAYFIELD 0.6 WSW      0.01   836 AM  5/23  COCORAHS

...MESA COUNTY...
   MESA 6S               0.28   700 AM  5/23  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   COLLBRAN              0.28   900 AM  5/23  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   GRAND JUNCTION 4.1 E  0.26   707 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 8NNW   0.21   713 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 5.7 W  0.19   820 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 3.4 N  0.11   734 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 3.9 W  0.11   903 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   FRUITA 4.5 NNE        0.09   613 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 4.1 W  0.08   750 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   COLLBRAN 2SW          0.08   900 AM  5/23  W CO COOP SITE
   GRAND JUNCTION 5.1 E  0.08   731 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   MACK 5 NW             0.07   808 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 0.6 W  0.06   836 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   PALISADE 3.3 ENE      0.05   604 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   GLADE PARK 17W        0.05   900 AM  5/23  W CO COOP SITE
   GRAND JUNCTION 5.6 W  0.04   656 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 3.7 S  0.04   853 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   COLORADO NM           0.04   900 AM  5/23  W CO COOP SITE
   GRAND JUNCTION        0.01   100 AM  5/23  AVIATION SITE
   WHITEWATER 4.2 SSE    0.01   703 AM  5/23  COCORAHS

...MOFFAT COUNTY...
   MASSADONA             0.40  1000 AM  5/23  W CO COOP SITE
   HAMILTON 0.8 WNW      0.29   800 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   DINOSAUR 2E           0.25   100 AM  5/23  W CO CRN SITE
   CRAIG 33N             0.16   900 AM  5/23  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CRAIG                 0.12   100 AM  5/23  AVIATION SITE
   CRAIG 4.9 WNW         0.10   706 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   CRAIG 30N             0.04   100 AM  5/23  W CO CRN SITE

...MONTEZUMA COUNTY...
   MANCOS 3.8 WNW        0.25   747 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 1.2 SW         0.18   750 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ                0.17   900 AM  5/23  W CO COOP SITE
   DOLORES 3.9 SSW       0.13   833 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   DOLORES 4.8 ENE       0.10   902 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   MESA VERDE NP         0.08   815 AM  5/23  W CO COOP SITE
   CORTEZ 2.3 NW         0.07   704 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 8SE            0.03   100 AM  5/23  W CO CRN SITE

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   PARADOX 2N            0.07   700 AM  5/23  W CO COOP SITE
   MONTROSE 10.1 S       0.05   644 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   BLACK CANYON NP       0.03   900 AM  5/23  W CO COOP SITE
   MONTROSE 11ENE        0.01   100 AM  5/23  W CO CRN SITE

...OURAY COUNTY...
   OURAY .23 NNW         0.56   725 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   OURAY                 0.56   808 AM  5/23  W CO COOP SITE
   RIDGWAY 3.3 NNW       0.07   825 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 17.1 SSE     0.05   842 AM  5/23  COCORAHS

...PITKIN COUNTY...
   ASPEN                 0.23   100 AM  5/23  AVIATION SITE
   SNOWMASS 7.0 W        0.07  1012 AM  5/23  COCORAHS

...RIO BLANCO COUNTY...
   MEEKER                0.30   100 AM  5/23  AVIATION SITE
   MEEKER 15W            0.27   100 AM  5/23  W CO CRN SITE
   RANGELY 1E            0.06   900 AM  5/23  W CO COOP SITE

...ROUTT COUNTY...
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 1.  0.51   523 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   STMBOAT SPGS 1SE      0.51   759 AM  5/23  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 1   0.51   801 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 0.  0.50   702 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 6.  0.46   740 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 1.  0.42   654 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 2.  0.39   801 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 1.  0.39   750 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS .1  0.35   802 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 0.  0.35   809 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS     0.32   830 AM  5/23  W CO COOP SITE
   CLARK 0.7 NW          0.16   804 AM  5/23  COCORAHS

...SAN MIGUEL COUNTY...
   NORWOOD 1.4 W         0.02   707 AM  5/23  COCORAHS

UTAH

...UINTAH COUNTY...
   VERNAL                0.17   100 AM  5/23  AVIATION SITE

$$

MMS



000
NOUS45 KGJT 231914
PNSGJT

NOUS45 KGJT DDHHMM
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
114 PM MDT SAT MAY 23 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION REPORTS FROM
WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH, ENDING AT NOON. TIMES OF THE
REPORTS ARE NOTED WITH EACH REPORT.  AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.


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

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

COLORADO

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N    4.0   729 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   GOTHIC                 4.0   700 AM  5/23  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   POWDERHORN 4.4 NNE     1.3  1012 AM  5/23  COCORAHS


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

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

COLORADO

...ARCHULETA COUNTY...
   PAGOSA SPRINGS 4.2 W  0.05   714 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   PAGOSA SPRINGS 2.5 W  0.04   656 AM  5/23  COCORAHS

...DELTA COUNTY...
   DELTA 3.9 S           0.06   602 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 4.7 W       0.02   908 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   ECKERT 1.1 SW         0.02   713 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   PAONIA 1SW            0.02   800 AM  5/23  W CO COOP SITE
   CEDAREDGE 1.0 NE      0.01   827 AM  5/23  COCORAHS

...EAGLE COUNTY...
   EDWARDS 1.3 WNW       0.28   620 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2.3 N         0.20   703 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2N            0.20   800 AM  5/23  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   VAIL 2.6 E            0.16   728 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   AVON 2N               0.11   700 AM  5/23  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   GYPSUM 0.5 E          0.09   729 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   GYPSUM 1.9 SSW        0.05   659 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 5.7 E      0.03   637 AM  5/23  COCORAHS

...GARFIELD COUNTY...
   GLENWOOD SPRINGS .64  0.19   825 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPRINGS 5.3  0.17   708 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   RIFLE                 0.16   100 AM  5/23  AVIATION SITE
   GLENWOOD SPRINGS 2.7  0.09   813 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 0.5 W      0.06   651 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 0.3 WNW    0.04   654 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   RIFLE 0.9 NE          0.03   759 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   RIFLE 3ENE            0.02   800 AM  5/23  W CO COOP SITE
   SILT 1E               0.02   800 AM  5/23  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   RIFLE 3.2 ENE         0.02   724 AM  5/23  COCORAHS

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   POWDERHORN 4.4 NNE    0.45  1012 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   GOTHIC                0.32   700 AM  5/23  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N   0.32   729 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 6.6 N        0.23   657 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   CRESTED BUTTE         0.18   855 AM  5/23  W CO COOP SITE
   CIMARRON 11.2 S       0.17   721 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   PARLIN 2.7 ESE        0.06   753 AM  5/23  COCORAHS

...LA PLATA COUNTY...
   ROCKWOOD 6.9 NNW      0.39   818 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 7.8 SW       0.22   946 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 13.3 SSW     0.19   757 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   DURANGO .35 E         0.15   609 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 4.8 WSW       0.15   820 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 4.9 SE       0.10   846 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 6.9 S        0.08   645 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   DURANGO               0.07   100 AM  5/23  AVIATION SITE
   REDMESA 4.2 NW        0.03   805 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 7.0 N        0.02   827 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 5S            0.01  1115 AM  5/23  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   BAYFIELD 0.6 WSW      0.01   836 AM  5/23  COCORAHS

...MESA COUNTY...
   MESA 6S               0.28   700 AM  5/23  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   COLLBRAN              0.28   900 AM  5/23  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   GRAND JUNCTION 4.1 E  0.26   707 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 8NNW   0.21   713 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 5.7 W  0.19   820 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 3.4 N  0.11   734 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 3.9 W  0.11   903 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   FRUITA 4.5 NNE        0.09   613 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 4.1 W  0.08   750 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   COLLBRAN 2SW          0.08   900 AM  5/23  W CO COOP SITE
   GRAND JUNCTION 5.1 E  0.08   731 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   MACK 5 NW             0.07   808 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 0.6 W  0.06   836 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   PALISADE 3.3 ENE      0.05   604 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   GLADE PARK 17W        0.05   900 AM  5/23  W CO COOP SITE
   GRAND JUNCTION 5.6 W  0.04   656 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 3.7 S  0.04   853 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   COLORADO NM           0.04   900 AM  5/23  W CO COOP SITE
   GRAND JUNCTION        0.01   100 AM  5/23  AVIATION SITE
   WHITEWATER 4.2 SSE    0.01   703 AM  5/23  COCORAHS

...MOFFAT COUNTY...
   MASSADONA             0.40  1000 AM  5/23  W CO COOP SITE
   HAMILTON 0.8 WNW      0.29   800 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   DINOSAUR 2E           0.25   100 AM  5/23  W CO CRN SITE
   CRAIG 33N             0.16   900 AM  5/23  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CRAIG                 0.12   100 AM  5/23  AVIATION SITE
   CRAIG 4.9 WNW         0.10   706 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   CRAIG 30N             0.04   100 AM  5/23  W CO CRN SITE

...MONTEZUMA COUNTY...
   MANCOS 3.8 WNW        0.25   747 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 1.2 SW         0.18   750 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ                0.17   900 AM  5/23  W CO COOP SITE
   DOLORES 3.9 SSW       0.13   833 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   DOLORES 4.8 ENE       0.10   902 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   MESA VERDE NP         0.08   815 AM  5/23  W CO COOP SITE
   CORTEZ 2.3 NW         0.07   704 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 8SE            0.03   100 AM  5/23  W CO CRN SITE

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   PARADOX 2N            0.07   700 AM  5/23  W CO COOP SITE
   MONTROSE 10.1 S       0.05   644 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   BLACK CANYON NP       0.03   900 AM  5/23  W CO COOP SITE
   MONTROSE 11ENE        0.01   100 AM  5/23  W CO CRN SITE

...OURAY COUNTY...
   OURAY .23 NNW         0.56   725 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   OURAY                 0.56   808 AM  5/23  W CO COOP SITE
   RIDGWAY 3.3 NNW       0.07   825 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 17.1 SSE     0.05   842 AM  5/23  COCORAHS

...PITKIN COUNTY...
   ASPEN                 0.23   100 AM  5/23  AVIATION SITE
   SNOWMASS 7.0 W        0.07  1012 AM  5/23  COCORAHS

...RIO BLANCO COUNTY...
   MEEKER                0.30   100 AM  5/23  AVIATION SITE
   MEEKER 15W            0.27   100 AM  5/23  W CO CRN SITE
   RANGELY 1E            0.06   900 AM  5/23  W CO COOP SITE

...ROUTT COUNTY...
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 1.  0.51   523 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   STMBOAT SPGS 1SE      0.51   759 AM  5/23  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 1   0.51   801 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 0.  0.50   702 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 6.  0.46   740 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 1.  0.42   654 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 2.  0.39   801 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 1.  0.39   750 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS .1  0.35   802 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 0.  0.35   809 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS     0.32   830 AM  5/23  W CO COOP SITE
   CLARK 0.7 NW          0.16   804 AM  5/23  COCORAHS

...SAN MIGUEL COUNTY...
   NORWOOD 1.4 W         0.02   707 AM  5/23  COCORAHS

UTAH

...UINTAH COUNTY...
   VERNAL                0.17   100 AM  5/23  AVIATION SITE

$$

MMS



000
NOUS45 KGJT 231914
PNSGJT

NOUS45 KGJT DDHHMM
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
114 PM MDT SAT MAY 23 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION REPORTS FROM
WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH, ENDING AT NOON. TIMES OF THE
REPORTS ARE NOTED WITH EACH REPORT.  AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.


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

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

COLORADO

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N    4.0   729 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   GOTHIC                 4.0   700 AM  5/23  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   POWDERHORN 4.4 NNE     1.3  1012 AM  5/23  COCORAHS


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

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

COLORADO

...ARCHULETA COUNTY...
   PAGOSA SPRINGS 4.2 W  0.05   714 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   PAGOSA SPRINGS 2.5 W  0.04   656 AM  5/23  COCORAHS

...DELTA COUNTY...
   DELTA 3.9 S           0.06   602 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 4.7 W       0.02   908 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   ECKERT 1.1 SW         0.02   713 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   PAONIA 1SW            0.02   800 AM  5/23  W CO COOP SITE
   CEDAREDGE 1.0 NE      0.01   827 AM  5/23  COCORAHS

...EAGLE COUNTY...
   EDWARDS 1.3 WNW       0.28   620 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2.3 N         0.20   703 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2N            0.20   800 AM  5/23  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   VAIL 2.6 E            0.16   728 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   AVON 2N               0.11   700 AM  5/23  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   GYPSUM 0.5 E          0.09   729 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   GYPSUM 1.9 SSW        0.05   659 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 5.7 E      0.03   637 AM  5/23  COCORAHS

...GARFIELD COUNTY...
   GLENWOOD SPRINGS .64  0.19   825 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPRINGS 5.3  0.17   708 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   RIFLE                 0.16   100 AM  5/23  AVIATION SITE
   GLENWOOD SPRINGS 2.7  0.09   813 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 0.5 W      0.06   651 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 0.3 WNW    0.04   654 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   RIFLE 0.9 NE          0.03   759 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   RIFLE 3ENE            0.02   800 AM  5/23  W CO COOP SITE
   SILT 1E               0.02   800 AM  5/23  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   RIFLE 3.2 ENE         0.02   724 AM  5/23  COCORAHS

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   POWDERHORN 4.4 NNE    0.45  1012 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   GOTHIC                0.32   700 AM  5/23  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N   0.32   729 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 6.6 N        0.23   657 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   CRESTED BUTTE         0.18   855 AM  5/23  W CO COOP SITE
   CIMARRON 11.2 S       0.17   721 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   PARLIN 2.7 ESE        0.06   753 AM  5/23  COCORAHS

...LA PLATA COUNTY...
   ROCKWOOD 6.9 NNW      0.39   818 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 7.8 SW       0.22   946 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 13.3 SSW     0.19   757 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   DURANGO .35 E         0.15   609 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 4.8 WSW       0.15   820 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 4.9 SE       0.10   846 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 6.9 S        0.08   645 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   DURANGO               0.07   100 AM  5/23  AVIATION SITE
   REDMESA 4.2 NW        0.03   805 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 7.0 N        0.02   827 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 5S            0.01  1115 AM  5/23  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   BAYFIELD 0.6 WSW      0.01   836 AM  5/23  COCORAHS

...MESA COUNTY...
   MESA 6S               0.28   700 AM  5/23  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   COLLBRAN              0.28   900 AM  5/23  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   GRAND JUNCTION 4.1 E  0.26   707 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 8NNW   0.21   713 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 5.7 W  0.19   820 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 3.4 N  0.11   734 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 3.9 W  0.11   903 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   FRUITA 4.5 NNE        0.09   613 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 4.1 W  0.08   750 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   COLLBRAN 2SW          0.08   900 AM  5/23  W CO COOP SITE
   GRAND JUNCTION 5.1 E  0.08   731 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   MACK 5 NW             0.07   808 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 0.6 W  0.06   836 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   PALISADE 3.3 ENE      0.05   604 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   GLADE PARK 17W        0.05   900 AM  5/23  W CO COOP SITE
   GRAND JUNCTION 5.6 W  0.04   656 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 3.7 S  0.04   853 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   COLORADO NM           0.04   900 AM  5/23  W CO COOP SITE
   GRAND JUNCTION        0.01   100 AM  5/23  AVIATION SITE
   WHITEWATER 4.2 SSE    0.01   703 AM  5/23  COCORAHS

...MOFFAT COUNTY...
   MASSADONA             0.40  1000 AM  5/23  W CO COOP SITE
   HAMILTON 0.8 WNW      0.29   800 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   DINOSAUR 2E           0.25   100 AM  5/23  W CO CRN SITE
   CRAIG 33N             0.16   900 AM  5/23  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CRAIG                 0.12   100 AM  5/23  AVIATION SITE
   CRAIG 4.9 WNW         0.10   706 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   CRAIG 30N             0.04   100 AM  5/23  W CO CRN SITE

...MONTEZUMA COUNTY...
   MANCOS 3.8 WNW        0.25   747 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 1.2 SW         0.18   750 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ                0.17   900 AM  5/23  W CO COOP SITE
   DOLORES 3.9 SSW       0.13   833 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   DOLORES 4.8 ENE       0.10   902 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   MESA VERDE NP         0.08   815 AM  5/23  W CO COOP SITE
   CORTEZ 2.3 NW         0.07   704 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 8SE            0.03   100 AM  5/23  W CO CRN SITE

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   PARADOX 2N            0.07   700 AM  5/23  W CO COOP SITE
   MONTROSE 10.1 S       0.05   644 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   BLACK CANYON NP       0.03   900 AM  5/23  W CO COOP SITE
   MONTROSE 11ENE        0.01   100 AM  5/23  W CO CRN SITE

...OURAY COUNTY...
   OURAY .23 NNW         0.56   725 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   OURAY                 0.56   808 AM  5/23  W CO COOP SITE
   RIDGWAY 3.3 NNW       0.07   825 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 17.1 SSE     0.05   842 AM  5/23  COCORAHS

...PITKIN COUNTY...
   ASPEN                 0.23   100 AM  5/23  AVIATION SITE
   SNOWMASS 7.0 W        0.07  1012 AM  5/23  COCORAHS

...RIO BLANCO COUNTY...
   MEEKER                0.30   100 AM  5/23  AVIATION SITE
   MEEKER 15W            0.27   100 AM  5/23  W CO CRN SITE
   RANGELY 1E            0.06   900 AM  5/23  W CO COOP SITE

...ROUTT COUNTY...
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 1.  0.51   523 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   STMBOAT SPGS 1SE      0.51   759 AM  5/23  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 1   0.51   801 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 0.  0.50   702 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 6.  0.46   740 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 1.  0.42   654 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 2.  0.39   801 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 1.  0.39   750 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS .1  0.35   802 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 0.  0.35   809 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS     0.32   830 AM  5/23  W CO COOP SITE
   CLARK 0.7 NW          0.16   804 AM  5/23  COCORAHS

...SAN MIGUEL COUNTY...
   NORWOOD 1.4 W         0.02   707 AM  5/23  COCORAHS

UTAH

...UINTAH COUNTY...
   VERNAL                0.17   100 AM  5/23  AVIATION SITE

$$

MMS


000
NOUS45 KGJT 231914
PNSGJT

NOUS45 KGJT DDHHMM
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
114 PM MDT SAT MAY 23 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION REPORTS FROM
WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH, ENDING AT NOON. TIMES OF THE
REPORTS ARE NOTED WITH EACH REPORT.  AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.


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

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

COLORADO

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N    4.0   729 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   GOTHIC                 4.0   700 AM  5/23  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   POWDERHORN 4.4 NNE     1.3  1012 AM  5/23  COCORAHS


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

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

COLORADO

...ARCHULETA COUNTY...
   PAGOSA SPRINGS 4.2 W  0.05   714 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   PAGOSA SPRINGS 2.5 W  0.04   656 AM  5/23  COCORAHS

...DELTA COUNTY...
   DELTA 3.9 S           0.06   602 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 4.7 W       0.02   908 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   ECKERT 1.1 SW         0.02   713 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   PAONIA 1SW            0.02   800 AM  5/23  W CO COOP SITE
   CEDAREDGE 1.0 NE      0.01   827 AM  5/23  COCORAHS

...EAGLE COUNTY...
   EDWARDS 1.3 WNW       0.28   620 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2.3 N         0.20   703 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2N            0.20   800 AM  5/23  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   VAIL 2.6 E            0.16   728 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   AVON 2N               0.11   700 AM  5/23  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   GYPSUM 0.5 E          0.09   729 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   GYPSUM 1.9 SSW        0.05   659 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 5.7 E      0.03   637 AM  5/23  COCORAHS

...GARFIELD COUNTY...
   GLENWOOD SPRINGS .64  0.19   825 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPRINGS 5.3  0.17   708 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   RIFLE                 0.16   100 AM  5/23  AVIATION SITE
   GLENWOOD SPRINGS 2.7  0.09   813 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 0.5 W      0.06   651 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 0.3 WNW    0.04   654 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   RIFLE 0.9 NE          0.03   759 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   RIFLE 3ENE            0.02   800 AM  5/23  W CO COOP SITE
   SILT 1E               0.02   800 AM  5/23  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   RIFLE 3.2 ENE         0.02   724 AM  5/23  COCORAHS

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   POWDERHORN 4.4 NNE    0.45  1012 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   GOTHIC                0.32   700 AM  5/23  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N   0.32   729 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 6.6 N        0.23   657 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   CRESTED BUTTE         0.18   855 AM  5/23  W CO COOP SITE
   CIMARRON 11.2 S       0.17   721 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   PARLIN 2.7 ESE        0.06   753 AM  5/23  COCORAHS

...LA PLATA COUNTY...
   ROCKWOOD 6.9 NNW      0.39   818 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 7.8 SW       0.22   946 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 13.3 SSW     0.19   757 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   DURANGO .35 E         0.15   609 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 4.8 WSW       0.15   820 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 4.9 SE       0.10   846 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 6.9 S        0.08   645 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   DURANGO               0.07   100 AM  5/23  AVIATION SITE
   REDMESA 4.2 NW        0.03   805 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 7.0 N        0.02   827 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 5S            0.01  1115 AM  5/23  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   BAYFIELD 0.6 WSW      0.01   836 AM  5/23  COCORAHS

...MESA COUNTY...
   MESA 6S               0.28   700 AM  5/23  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   COLLBRAN              0.28   900 AM  5/23  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   GRAND JUNCTION 4.1 E  0.26   707 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 8NNW   0.21   713 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 5.7 W  0.19   820 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 3.4 N  0.11   734 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 3.9 W  0.11   903 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   FRUITA 4.5 NNE        0.09   613 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 4.1 W  0.08   750 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   COLLBRAN 2SW          0.08   900 AM  5/23  W CO COOP SITE
   GRAND JUNCTION 5.1 E  0.08   731 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   MACK 5 NW             0.07   808 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 0.6 W  0.06   836 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   PALISADE 3.3 ENE      0.05   604 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   GLADE PARK 17W        0.05   900 AM  5/23  W CO COOP SITE
   GRAND JUNCTION 5.6 W  0.04   656 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 3.7 S  0.04   853 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   COLORADO NM           0.04   900 AM  5/23  W CO COOP SITE
   GRAND JUNCTION        0.01   100 AM  5/23  AVIATION SITE
   WHITEWATER 4.2 SSE    0.01   703 AM  5/23  COCORAHS

...MOFFAT COUNTY...
   MASSADONA             0.40  1000 AM  5/23  W CO COOP SITE
   HAMILTON 0.8 WNW      0.29   800 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   DINOSAUR 2E           0.25   100 AM  5/23  W CO CRN SITE
   CRAIG 33N             0.16   900 AM  5/23  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CRAIG                 0.12   100 AM  5/23  AVIATION SITE
   CRAIG 4.9 WNW         0.10   706 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   CRAIG 30N             0.04   100 AM  5/23  W CO CRN SITE

...MONTEZUMA COUNTY...
   MANCOS 3.8 WNW        0.25   747 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 1.2 SW         0.18   750 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ                0.17   900 AM  5/23  W CO COOP SITE
   DOLORES 3.9 SSW       0.13   833 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   DOLORES 4.8 ENE       0.10   902 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   MESA VERDE NP         0.08   815 AM  5/23  W CO COOP SITE
   CORTEZ 2.3 NW         0.07   704 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 8SE            0.03   100 AM  5/23  W CO CRN SITE

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   PARADOX 2N            0.07   700 AM  5/23  W CO COOP SITE
   MONTROSE 10.1 S       0.05   644 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   BLACK CANYON NP       0.03   900 AM  5/23  W CO COOP SITE
   MONTROSE 11ENE        0.01   100 AM  5/23  W CO CRN SITE

...OURAY COUNTY...
   OURAY .23 NNW         0.56   725 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   OURAY                 0.56   808 AM  5/23  W CO COOP SITE
   RIDGWAY 3.3 NNW       0.07   825 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 17.1 SSE     0.05   842 AM  5/23  COCORAHS

...PITKIN COUNTY...
   ASPEN                 0.23   100 AM  5/23  AVIATION SITE
   SNOWMASS 7.0 W        0.07  1012 AM  5/23  COCORAHS

...RIO BLANCO COUNTY...
   MEEKER                0.30   100 AM  5/23  AVIATION SITE
   MEEKER 15W            0.27   100 AM  5/23  W CO CRN SITE
   RANGELY 1E            0.06   900 AM  5/23  W CO COOP SITE

...ROUTT COUNTY...
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 1.  0.51   523 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   STMBOAT SPGS 1SE      0.51   759 AM  5/23  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 1   0.51   801 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 0.  0.50   702 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 6.  0.46   740 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 1.  0.42   654 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 2.  0.39   801 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 1.  0.39   750 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS .1  0.35   802 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 0.  0.35   809 AM  5/23  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS     0.32   830 AM  5/23  W CO COOP SITE
   CLARK 0.7 NW          0.16   804 AM  5/23  COCORAHS

...SAN MIGUEL COUNTY...
   NORWOOD 1.4 W         0.02   707 AM  5/23  COCORAHS

UTAH

...UINTAH COUNTY...
   VERNAL                0.17   100 AM  5/23  AVIATION SITE

$$

MMS


000
NOUS43 KLBF 231852
PNSLBF
NEZ004>010-022>029-035>038-056>059-069>071-094-241200-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORTH PLATTE NE
152 PM CDT SAT MAY 23 2015

...24 HOUR PRECIPITATION TOTALS ENDING AROUND 7 AM LOCAL TIME SATURDAY...

...LOCATION...          ...RAINFALL (INCHES)...

ENDERS 3W                     1.51
ENDERS 4NE                    1.47
WAUNETA 5E                    1.45
ELSIE 16S                     1.38
ENDERS 1NNW                   1.35
IMPERIAL AIRPORT              1.24
PALISADE 4ENE                 1.23
IMPERIAL                      1.18
HAYES CENTER 1NW              1.04
WAUNETA 17NNW                 1.03
NORTH PLATTE 2WNW             1.01
MCCOOK 14N                    0.97
CURTIS 1W                     0.86
MAYWOOD                       0.84
ELSIE 10SSE                   0.82
LAMAR 3S                      0.80
CHAMPION 8W                   0.79
CURTIS 7SE                    0.77
IMPERIAL 5WNW                 0.76
CAMBRIDGE 7N                  0.73
ELSIE 3SSW                    0.73
MADRID                        0.69
EUSTIS 4WNW                   0.68
WALLACE 9WSW                  0.68
IMPERIAL 11N                  0.67
NORTH PLATTE AIRPORT          0.65
EUSTIS 8SSW                   0.63
VENANGO 9SE                   0.62
GRANT                         0.61
NORTH PLATTE 4S               0.60
GRANT 9NNE                    0.60
PAXTON 4NE                    0.58
NORTH PLATTE 6NE              0.58
MADRID 8SW                    0.58
EUSTIS 2NNW                   0.57
SUTHERLAND 1N                 0.57
CALLAWAY 8WSW                 0.56
GRANT 2S                      0.55
GRANT 4ENE                    0.54
NORTH PLATTE 1W               0.53
GRANT 3N                      0.53
HERSHEY                       0.52
BIG SPRINGS 8S                0.52
ELSIE 4NE                     0.52
NORTH PLATTE 7WNW             0.50
SUTHERLAND 8WSW               0.50
GOTHENBURG 24N                0.46
CHAPPELL 10NNE                0.45
BIG SPRINGS 4WSW              0.44
LODGEPOLE 4ENE                0.42
ELSIE 9NNW                    0.41
BROKEN BOW AIRPORT            0.40
OSHKOSH                       0.40
HERSHEY 6NW                   0.40
BERWYN 4NNW                   0.39
ARTHUR                        0.38
ANSELMO 12WSW                 0.36
OGALLALA AIRPORT              0.35
SUTHERLAND 35NNW              0.35
AINSWORTH 19SW                0.34
CHAPPELL 3NNE                 0.34
MERNA 8WSW                    0.33
MULLEN 16SW                   0.30
OSHKOSH 10NE                  0.30
BURWELL 2SSW                  0.28
STAPLETON 5W                  0.28
CHAMBERS                      0.27
LISCO                         0.27
TRYON 11ENE                   0.27
BARTLETT 9NE                  0.26
ANSELMO 2SE                   0.24
BERWYN 6SSW                   0.20
THEDFORD 6E                   0.20
AINSWORTH AIRPORT             0.19
SPRINGVIEW 2NW                0.18
THEDFORD AIRPORT              0.18
ANSELMO 2WNW                  0.17
ASHBY 9SSW                    0.12
VALENTINE AIRPORT             0.11
NEWPORT                       0.10
ONEILL AIRPORT                0.10
BUTTE                         0.07
WHITMAN 26N                   0.07
LAKESIDE 6SSE                 0.06
RUSHVILLE 7SSW                  T


$$

SNIVELY/BAKER






000
NOUS43 KLBF 231852
PNSLBF
NEZ004>010-022>029-035>038-056>059-069>071-094-241200-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORTH PLATTE NE
152 PM CDT SAT MAY 23 2015

...24 HOUR PRECIPITATION TOTALS ENDING AROUND 7 AM LOCAL TIME SATURDAY...

...LOCATION...          ...RAINFALL (INCHES)...

ENDERS 3W                     1.51
ENDERS 4NE                    1.47
WAUNETA 5E                    1.45
ELSIE 16S                     1.38
ENDERS 1NNW                   1.35
IMPERIAL AIRPORT              1.24
PALISADE 4ENE                 1.23
IMPERIAL                      1.18
HAYES CENTER 1NW              1.04
WAUNETA 17NNW                 1.03
NORTH PLATTE 2WNW             1.01
MCCOOK 14N                    0.97
CURTIS 1W                     0.86
MAYWOOD                       0.84
ELSIE 10SSE                   0.82
LAMAR 3S                      0.80
CHAMPION 8W                   0.79
CURTIS 7SE                    0.77
IMPERIAL 5WNW                 0.76
CAMBRIDGE 7N                  0.73
ELSIE 3SSW                    0.73
MADRID                        0.69
EUSTIS 4WNW                   0.68
WALLACE 9WSW                  0.68
IMPERIAL 11N                  0.67
NORTH PLATTE AIRPORT          0.65
EUSTIS 8SSW                   0.63
VENANGO 9SE                   0.62
GRANT                         0.61
NORTH PLATTE 4S               0.60
GRANT 9NNE                    0.60
PAXTON 4NE                    0.58
NORTH PLATTE 6NE              0.58
MADRID 8SW                    0.58
EUSTIS 2NNW                   0.57
SUTHERLAND 1N                 0.57
CALLAWAY 8WSW                 0.56
GRANT 2S                      0.55
GRANT 4ENE                    0.54
NORTH PLATTE 1W               0.53
GRANT 3N                      0.53
HERSHEY                       0.52
BIG SPRINGS 8S                0.52
ELSIE 4NE                     0.52
NORTH PLATTE 7WNW             0.50
SUTHERLAND 8WSW               0.50
GOTHENBURG 24N                0.46
CHAPPELL 10NNE                0.45
BIG SPRINGS 4WSW              0.44
LODGEPOLE 4ENE                0.42
ELSIE 9NNW                    0.41
BROKEN BOW AIRPORT            0.40
OSHKOSH                       0.40
HERSHEY 6NW                   0.40
BERWYN 4NNW                   0.39
ARTHUR                        0.38
ANSELMO 12WSW                 0.36
OGALLALA AIRPORT              0.35
SUTHERLAND 35NNW              0.35
AINSWORTH 19SW                0.34
CHAPPELL 3NNE                 0.34
MERNA 8WSW                    0.33
MULLEN 16SW                   0.30
OSHKOSH 10NE                  0.30
BURWELL 2SSW                  0.28
STAPLETON 5W                  0.28
CHAMBERS                      0.27
LISCO                         0.27
TRYON 11ENE                   0.27
BARTLETT 9NE                  0.26
ANSELMO 2SE                   0.24
BERWYN 6SSW                   0.20
THEDFORD 6E                   0.20
AINSWORTH AIRPORT             0.19
SPRINGVIEW 2NW                0.18
THEDFORD AIRPORT              0.18
ANSELMO 2WNW                  0.17
ASHBY 9SSW                    0.12
VALENTINE AIRPORT             0.11
NEWPORT                       0.10
ONEILL AIRPORT                0.10
BUTTE                         0.07
WHITMAN 26N                   0.07
LAKESIDE 6SSE                 0.06
RUSHVILLE 7SSW                  T


$$

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000
NOUS43 KLBF 231852
PNSLBF
NEZ004>010-022>029-035>038-056>059-069>071-094-241200-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORTH PLATTE NE
152 PM CDT SAT MAY 23 2015

...24 HOUR PRECIPITATION TOTALS ENDING AROUND 7 AM LOCAL TIME SATURDAY...

...LOCATION...          ...RAINFALL (INCHES)...

ENDERS 3W                     1.51
ENDERS 4NE                    1.47
WAUNETA 5E                    1.45
ELSIE 16S                     1.38
ENDERS 1NNW                   1.35
IMPERIAL AIRPORT              1.24
PALISADE 4ENE                 1.23
IMPERIAL                      1.18
HAYES CENTER 1NW              1.04
WAUNETA 17NNW                 1.03
NORTH PLATTE 2WNW             1.01
MCCOOK 14N                    0.97
CURTIS 1W                     0.86
MAYWOOD                       0.84
ELSIE 10SSE                   0.82
LAMAR 3S                      0.80
CHAMPION 8W                   0.79
CURTIS 7SE                    0.77
IMPERIAL 5WNW                 0.76
CAMBRIDGE 7N                  0.73
ELSIE 3SSW                    0.73
MADRID                        0.69
EUSTIS 4WNW                   0.68
WALLACE 9WSW                  0.68
IMPERIAL 11N                  0.67
NORTH PLATTE AIRPORT          0.65
EUSTIS 8SSW                   0.63
VENANGO 9SE                   0.62
GRANT                         0.61
NORTH PLATTE 4S               0.60
GRANT 9NNE                    0.60
PAXTON 4NE                    0.58
NORTH PLATTE 6NE              0.58
MADRID 8SW                    0.58
EUSTIS 2NNW                   0.57
SUTHERLAND 1N                 0.57
CALLAWAY 8WSW                 0.56
GRANT 2S                      0.55
GRANT 4ENE                    0.54
NORTH PLATTE 1W               0.53
GRANT 3N                      0.53
HERSHEY                       0.52
BIG SPRINGS 8S                0.52
ELSIE 4NE                     0.52
NORTH PLATTE 7WNW             0.50
SUTHERLAND 8WSW               0.50
GOTHENBURG 24N                0.46
CHAPPELL 10NNE                0.45
BIG SPRINGS 4WSW              0.44
LODGEPOLE 4ENE                0.42
ELSIE 9NNW                    0.41
BROKEN BOW AIRPORT            0.40
OSHKOSH                       0.40
HERSHEY 6NW                   0.40
BERWYN 4NNW                   0.39
ARTHUR                        0.38
ANSELMO 12WSW                 0.36
OGALLALA AIRPORT              0.35
SUTHERLAND 35NNW              0.35
AINSWORTH 19SW                0.34
CHAPPELL 3NNE                 0.34
MERNA 8WSW                    0.33
MULLEN 16SW                   0.30
OSHKOSH 10NE                  0.30
BURWELL 2SSW                  0.28
STAPLETON 5W                  0.28
CHAMBERS                      0.27
LISCO                         0.27
TRYON 11ENE                   0.27
BARTLETT 9NE                  0.26
ANSELMO 2SE                   0.24
BERWYN 6SSW                   0.20
THEDFORD 6E                   0.20
AINSWORTH AIRPORT             0.19
SPRINGVIEW 2NW                0.18
THEDFORD AIRPORT              0.18
ANSELMO 2WNW                  0.17
ASHBY 9SSW                    0.12
VALENTINE AIRPORT             0.11
NEWPORT                       0.10
ONEILL AIRPORT                0.10
BUTTE                         0.07
WHITMAN 26N                   0.07
LAKESIDE 6SSE                 0.06
RUSHVILLE 7SSW                  T


$$

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000
NOUS43 KLBF 231852
PNSLBF
NEZ004>010-022>029-035>038-056>059-069>071-094-241200-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORTH PLATTE NE
152 PM CDT SAT MAY 23 2015

...24 HOUR PRECIPITATION TOTALS ENDING AROUND 7 AM LOCAL TIME SATURDAY...

...LOCATION...          ...RAINFALL (INCHES)...

ENDERS 3W                     1.51
ENDERS 4NE                    1.47
WAUNETA 5E                    1.45
ELSIE 16S                     1.38
ENDERS 1NNW                   1.35
IMPERIAL AIRPORT              1.24
PALISADE 4ENE                 1.23
IMPERIAL                      1.18
HAYES CENTER 1NW              1.04
WAUNETA 17NNW                 1.03
NORTH PLATTE 2WNW             1.01
MCCOOK 14N                    0.97
CURTIS 1W                     0.86
MAYWOOD                       0.84
ELSIE 10SSE                   0.82
LAMAR 3S                      0.80
CHAMPION 8W                   0.79
CURTIS 7SE                    0.77
IMPERIAL 5WNW                 0.76
CAMBRIDGE 7N                  0.73
ELSIE 3SSW                    0.73
MADRID                        0.69
EUSTIS 4WNW                   0.68
WALLACE 9WSW                  0.68
IMPERIAL 11N                  0.67
NORTH PLATTE AIRPORT          0.65
EUSTIS 8SSW                   0.63
VENANGO 9SE                   0.62
GRANT                         0.61
NORTH PLATTE 4S               0.60
GRANT 9NNE                    0.60
PAXTON 4NE                    0.58
NORTH PLATTE 6NE              0.58
MADRID 8SW                    0.58
EUSTIS 2NNW                   0.57
SUTHERLAND 1N                 0.57
CALLAWAY 8WSW                 0.56
GRANT 2S                      0.55
GRANT 4ENE                    0.54
NORTH PLATTE 1W               0.53
GRANT 3N                      0.53
HERSHEY                       0.52
BIG SPRINGS 8S                0.52
ELSIE 4NE                     0.52
NORTH PLATTE 7WNW             0.50
SUTHERLAND 8WSW               0.50
GOTHENBURG 24N                0.46
CHAPPELL 10NNE                0.45
BIG SPRINGS 4WSW              0.44
LODGEPOLE 4ENE                0.42
ELSIE 9NNW                    0.41
BROKEN BOW AIRPORT            0.40
OSHKOSH                       0.40
HERSHEY 6NW                   0.40
BERWYN 4NNW                   0.39
ARTHUR                        0.38
ANSELMO 12WSW                 0.36
OGALLALA AIRPORT              0.35
SUTHERLAND 35NNW              0.35
AINSWORTH 19SW                0.34
CHAPPELL 3NNE                 0.34
MERNA 8WSW                    0.33
MULLEN 16SW                   0.30
OSHKOSH 10NE                  0.30
BURWELL 2SSW                  0.28
STAPLETON 5W                  0.28
CHAMBERS                      0.27
LISCO                         0.27
TRYON 11ENE                   0.27
BARTLETT 9NE                  0.26
ANSELMO 2SE                   0.24
BERWYN 6SSW                   0.20
THEDFORD 6E                   0.20
AINSWORTH AIRPORT             0.19
SPRINGVIEW 2NW                0.18
THEDFORD AIRPORT              0.18
ANSELMO 2WNW                  0.17
ASHBY 9SSW                    0.12
VALENTINE AIRPORT             0.11
NEWPORT                       0.10
ONEILL AIRPORT                0.10
BUTTE                         0.07
WHITMAN 26N                   0.07
LAKESIDE 6SSE                 0.06
RUSHVILLE 7SSW                  T


$$

SNIVELY/BAKER






000
NOUS43 KLBF 231852
PNSLBF
NEZ004>010-022>029-035>038-056>059-069>071-094-241200-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORTH PLATTE NE
152 PM CDT SAT MAY 23 2015

...24 HOUR PRECIPITATION TOTALS ENDING AROUND 7 AM LOCAL TIME SATURDAY...

...LOCATION...          ...RAINFALL (INCHES)...

ENDERS 3W                     1.51
ENDERS 4NE                    1.47
WAUNETA 5E                    1.45
ELSIE 16S                     1.38
ENDERS 1NNW                   1.35
IMPERIAL AIRPORT              1.24
PALISADE 4ENE                 1.23
IMPERIAL                      1.18
HAYES CENTER 1NW              1.04
WAUNETA 17NNW                 1.03
NORTH PLATTE 2WNW             1.01
MCCOOK 14N                    0.97
CURTIS 1W                     0.86
MAYWOOD                       0.84
ELSIE 10SSE                   0.82
LAMAR 3S                      0.80
CHAMPION 8W                   0.79
CURTIS 7SE                    0.77
IMPERIAL 5WNW                 0.76
CAMBRIDGE 7N                  0.73
ELSIE 3SSW                    0.73
MADRID                        0.69
EUSTIS 4WNW                   0.68
WALLACE 9WSW                  0.68
IMPERIAL 11N                  0.67
NORTH PLATTE AIRPORT          0.65
EUSTIS 8SSW                   0.63
VENANGO 9SE                   0.62
GRANT                         0.61
NORTH PLATTE 4S               0.60
GRANT 9NNE                    0.60
PAXTON 4NE                    0.58
NORTH PLATTE 6NE              0.58
MADRID 8SW                    0.58
EUSTIS 2NNW                   0.57
SUTHERLAND 1N                 0.57
CALLAWAY 8WSW                 0.56
GRANT 2S                      0.55
GRANT 4ENE                    0.54
NORTH PLATTE 1W               0.53
GRANT 3N                      0.53
HERSHEY                       0.52
BIG SPRINGS 8S                0.52
ELSIE 4NE                     0.52
NORTH PLATTE 7WNW             0.50
SUTHERLAND 8WSW               0.50
GOTHENBURG 24N                0.46
CHAPPELL 10NNE                0.45
BIG SPRINGS 4WSW              0.44
LODGEPOLE 4ENE                0.42
ELSIE 9NNW                    0.41
BROKEN BOW AIRPORT            0.40
OSHKOSH                       0.40
HERSHEY 6NW                   0.40
BERWYN 4NNW                   0.39
ARTHUR                        0.38
ANSELMO 12WSW                 0.36
OGALLALA AIRPORT              0.35
SUTHERLAND 35NNW              0.35
AINSWORTH 19SW                0.34
CHAPPELL 3NNE                 0.34
MERNA 8WSW                    0.33
MULLEN 16SW                   0.30
OSHKOSH 10NE                  0.30
BURWELL 2SSW                  0.28
STAPLETON 5W                  0.28
CHAMBERS                      0.27
LISCO                         0.27
TRYON 11ENE                   0.27
BARTLETT 9NE                  0.26
ANSELMO 2SE                   0.24
BERWYN 6SSW                   0.20
THEDFORD 6E                   0.20
AINSWORTH AIRPORT             0.19
SPRINGVIEW 2NW                0.18
THEDFORD AIRPORT              0.18
ANSELMO 2WNW                  0.17
ASHBY 9SSW                    0.12
VALENTINE AIRPORT             0.11
NEWPORT                       0.10
ONEILL AIRPORT                0.10
BUTTE                         0.07
WHITMAN 26N                   0.07
LAKESIDE 6SSE                 0.06
RUSHVILLE 7SSW                  T


$$

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000
NOUS43 KLBF 231852
PNSLBF
NEZ004>010-022>029-035>038-056>059-069>071-094-241200-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORTH PLATTE NE
152 PM CDT SAT MAY 23 2015

...24 HOUR PRECIPITATION TOTALS ENDING AROUND 7 AM LOCAL TIME SATURDAY...

...LOCATION...          ...RAINFALL (INCHES)...

ENDERS 3W                     1.51
ENDERS 4NE                    1.47
WAUNETA 5E                    1.45
ELSIE 16S                     1.38
ENDERS 1NNW                   1.35
IMPERIAL AIRPORT              1.24
PALISADE 4ENE                 1.23
IMPERIAL                      1.18
HAYES CENTER 1NW              1.04
WAUNETA 17NNW                 1.03
NORTH PLATTE 2WNW             1.01
MCCOOK 14N                    0.97
CURTIS 1W                     0.86
MAYWOOD                       0.84
ELSIE 10SSE                   0.82
LAMAR 3S                      0.80
CHAMPION 8W                   0.79
CURTIS 7SE                    0.77
IMPERIAL 5WNW                 0.76
CAMBRIDGE 7N                  0.73
ELSIE 3SSW                    0.73
MADRID                        0.69
EUSTIS 4WNW                   0.68
WALLACE 9WSW                  0.68
IMPERIAL 11N                  0.67
NORTH PLATTE AIRPORT          0.65
EUSTIS 8SSW                   0.63
VENANGO 9SE                   0.62
GRANT                         0.61
NORTH PLATTE 4S               0.60
GRANT 9NNE                    0.60
PAXTON 4NE                    0.58
NORTH PLATTE 6NE              0.58
MADRID 8SW                    0.58
EUSTIS 2NNW                   0.57
SUTHERLAND 1N                 0.57
CALLAWAY 8WSW                 0.56
GRANT 2S                      0.55
GRANT 4ENE                    0.54
NORTH PLATTE 1W               0.53
GRANT 3N                      0.53
HERSHEY                       0.52
BIG SPRINGS 8S                0.52
ELSIE 4NE                     0.52
NORTH PLATTE 7WNW             0.50
SUTHERLAND 8WSW               0.50
GOTHENBURG 24N                0.46
CHAPPELL 10NNE                0.45
BIG SPRINGS 4WSW              0.44
LODGEPOLE 4ENE                0.42
ELSIE 9NNW                    0.41
BROKEN BOW AIRPORT            0.40
OSHKOSH                       0.40
HERSHEY 6NW                   0.40
BERWYN 4NNW                   0.39
ARTHUR                        0.38
ANSELMO 12WSW                 0.36
OGALLALA AIRPORT              0.35
SUTHERLAND 35NNW              0.35
AINSWORTH 19SW                0.34
CHAPPELL 3NNE                 0.34
MERNA 8WSW                    0.33
MULLEN 16SW                   0.30
OSHKOSH 10NE                  0.30
BURWELL 2SSW                  0.28
STAPLETON 5W                  0.28
CHAMBERS                      0.27
LISCO                         0.27
TRYON 11ENE                   0.27
BARTLETT 9NE                  0.26
ANSELMO 2SE                   0.24
BERWYN 6SSW                   0.20
THEDFORD 6E                   0.20
AINSWORTH AIRPORT             0.19
SPRINGVIEW 2NW                0.18
THEDFORD AIRPORT              0.18
ANSELMO 2WNW                  0.17
ASHBY 9SSW                    0.12
VALENTINE AIRPORT             0.11
NEWPORT                       0.10
ONEILL AIRPORT                0.10
BUTTE                         0.07
WHITMAN 26N                   0.07
LAKESIDE 6SSE                 0.06
RUSHVILLE 7SSW                  T


$$

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000
NOUS43 KLOT 231823
PNSLOT

SOUTHERN LAKE MICHIGAN BEACH REPORTS NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
CHICAGO/ROMEOVILLE IL
123 PM CDT SAT MAY 23 2015

LAKE MICHIGAN BEACH REPORTS...
                                           AT
                                           BEACH
                           WATER    AIR    WAVE
LOCATION                   TEMP F  TEMP F  HEIGHT
PORTER COUNTY INDIANA...
INDIANA DUNES STATE PARK   N/A      N/A     N/A
WEST BEACH                  51      N/A     0-1 FT

LAKE COUNTY INDIANA...
WHIHALA BEACH (WHITING)

COOK COUNTY ILLINOIS...
OSTERMAN BEACH              54      N/A     0-1 FT
MONTROSE BEACH              53      N/A     0-1 FT
FOSTER BEACH               N/A      61      N/A
OAK STREET BEACH           N/A      64      N/A
OHIO STREET BEACH          N/A      N/A     N/A
63RD STREET BEACH           55      N/A     0-1 FT
RAINBOW BEACH               M       N/A       M FT
CALUMET BEACH               56      N/A     0-1 FT

LAKE COUNTY ILLINOIS...
WAUKEGAN BEACH             N/A      N/A     N/A
FOREST PARK BEACH/
         LAKE FOREST       N/A      N/A     N/A
ROSEWOOD BEACH/
        HIGHLAND PARK      N/A      N/A     N/A


&&

DISCLAIMERS:

WAVE HEIGHTS ARE AT THE BEACH ONLY AND ARE NOT REPRESENTATIVE OF THE
NEAR SHORE FORECAST.

THESE OBSERVATIONS ARE REPORTED DURING THE MORNING AND EARLY
AFTERNOON HOURS AND MAY NOT BE REPRESENTATIVE OF CONDITIONS LATER IN
THE DAY.

&&

LINKS:

BEACH FORECAST:
GRAPHICAL: WWW.WEATHER.GOV/GREATLAKES/BEACHHAZARDS#LOT
TEXT: FORECAST.WEATHER.GOV/PRODUCT.PHP?ISSUEDBY=LOT&PRODUCT=SRF&SITE=LOT

WWW.RIPCURRENTS.NOAA.GOV/FORECASTS.SHTML

CHICAGO PARK DISTRICT BEACH INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE AT:
HTTP://WWW.CDPBEACHES.COM

CHICAGO PARK DISTRICT BUOY AND WEATHER STATION DATA:
HTTPS://WWW.WQADATALIVE.COM/PUBLIC/16

LAKE COUNTY ILLINOIS SWIMCAST DATA:
HTTP://HEALTH.LAKECOUNTYIL.GOV/POPULATION/LMU/PAGES/SWIMCAST-DATA.ASPX

INDIANA DUNES STATE PARK BEACH STATUS:
HTTP://WWW.IN.GOV/IDEM/6611.HTM

SAFETY INFORMATION:
THERE ARE A VARIETY OF HAZARDS TO SWIMMERS AT LAKE MICHIGAN BEACHES.
PROTECT YOURSELF AND YOUR FAMILY BY REVIEWING THE BEACH HAZARDS AND
SAFETY INFORMATION AT:
HTTP://WWW.NWS.NOAA.GOV/BEACHHAZARDS/INDEX.SHTML



000
NOUS45 KSLC 231515
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
909 AM MDT SAT MAY 23 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

PRECIPITATION REPORTS RECEIVED OVER THE LAST 48 HOURS.

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
HYDE PARK - 4513 FT                      8 AM SAT     1.71
LOGAN - 4805 FT                          8 AM SAT     0.65
PROVIDENCE - 4528 FT                     8 AM SAT     0.63
HYDE PARK                               11 PM FRI     0.59
RICHMOND - 4576 FT                       7 AM SAT     0.49
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          8 PM FRI     0.45
LOGAN RADIO - 4470 FT                    5 AM SAT     0.28
LOGAN RIVER ABV STATE DAM - 4805 FT      8 PM FRI     0.10
LOGAN - 4465 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.10
LOGAN - 4806 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.06
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                  7 PM FRI     0.06
LBW SOUTHFORK - 5095 FT                  8 PM FRI     0.03
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.03
PROVIDENCE - EVANS FARM - 4535 FT        8 PM FRI     0.01

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                8 PM FRI     0.99
NORTH OGDEN - 4392 FT                    7 AM SAT     0.73
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                7 PM FRI     0.70
BOTHWELL - 4343 FT                       7 AM SAT     0.69
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.60
GARLAND 1 SE - 4328 FT                   7 AM SAT     0.52
CENTERVILLE - 4445 FT                    4 PM FRI     0.43
PERRY - 4491 FT                          6 AM SAT     0.34
BRIGHAM CITY - 4230 FT                   5 PM FRI     0.32
BOUNTIFUL - 4760 FT                      8 PM FRI     0.31
NORTH OGDEN                              6 PM FRI     0.31
WEST WEBER - 4248 FT                     7 AM SAT     0.23
ROY - 4457 FT                            9 AM FRI     0.22
CENTERVILLE - 4216 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.16
TREMONTON - 4331 FT                      8 PM FRI     0.15
SOUTH OGDEN - 4777 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.11
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                 7 PM FRI     0.10
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            8 PM FRI     0.09
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4802 FT                  7 AM SAT     0.07
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT               7 PM FRI     0.05
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       8 PM FRI     0.03
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    8 PM FRI     0.01
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.01
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.01
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.01
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.01
CLEARFIELD UDOT - 4685 FT                7 PM FRI     0.01
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.01
OGDEN - 4285 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.01
LAYTON - 4770 FT                         7 PM FRI     0.01
ROY - 4373 FT                            7 PM FRI     0.01
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.01

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
STOCKTON - 5087 FT                       7 AM SAT     0.62
TAYLORSVILLE - 4482 FT                   7 AM SAT     0.51
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS - 5138 FT             7 AM SAT     0.43
SANDY - 4637 FT                          7 AM SAT     0.35
TOOELE - 5070 FT                         5 PM FRI     0.31
RIVERTON - 4534 FT                       7 AM SAT     0.24
GRANTSVILLE 2 W - 4480 FT                5 AM SAT     0.19
HOLLADAY - 4540 FT                       7 AM SAT     0.18
SALT LAKE CITY - 4568 FT                 7 AM SAT     0.15
SALT LAKE CITY - 5102 FT                 7 PM FRI     0.15
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                 7 PM FRI     0.14
MAGNA - 4375 FT                          7 AM SAT     0.13
SALT LAKE CITY - 5088 FT                 7 AM SAT     0.12
TAYLORSVILLE-BENNION - 4594 FT           7 AM SAT     0.12
TRANS-JORDAN LANDFILL - 5201 FT          8 PM FRI     0.11
SANDY - 4712 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.11
HERRIMAN - 5062 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.10
ROCKY - 5970 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.10
HOLLADAY - 4516 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.08
HOLLADAY - 4344 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.06
VERNON - 5639 FT                         7 PM FRI     0.05
SALT LAKE CITY - 4753 FT                 7 PM FRI     0.04
SANDY - 5161 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.04
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                   8 PM FRI     0.03
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            8 PM FRI     0.03
NORTH HOLLADAY - 4600 FT                 8 PM FRI     0.03
TOOELE 2 - 4318 FT                       8 PM FRI     0.01
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         8 PM FRI     0.01

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
LEHI - 4800 FT                           7 AM SAT     0.19
PROVO BYU - 4570 FT                      5 PM FRI     0.13
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4655 FT               7 PM FRI     0.11
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT          8 PM FRI     0.10
OREM - 4728 FT                           7 PM FRI     0.07
PROVO - 4641 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.03
SPANISH FORK POWER HOUSE - 4720 FT       5 PM FRI     0.03
SPANISH FORK - 4738 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.02
PAYSON - 4652 FT                        12 PM FRI     0.02
SARATOGA SPRINGS 1W - 7544 FT            8 PM FRI     0.01
SPANISH FORK - 4734 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.01
TICKVILLE - 5191 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.01

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
BOTHWELL - 4790 FT                       7 AM SAT     1.51
ARAGONITE - 5030 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.59
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        7 PM FRI     0.09
VERNON CREEK NEAR VERNON 8SE - 6226 FT   7 PM FRI     0.09
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 8 PM FRI     0.06
BLUE CREEK - 5170 FT                     8 PM FRI     0.03
CLIFTON FLAT - 6384 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.02
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT               8 PM FRI     0.01
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
EDEN - 4947 FT                           7 AM SAT     0.41
DEER CREEK DAM - 5270 FT                 5 AM SAT     0.25
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT        8 PM FRI     0.22
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.20
EDEN - 5337 FT                           5 PM FRI     0.13
SWANSONS ENV CENTER - 5700 FT            8 PM FRI     0.11
COALVILLE - 5673 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.07
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        7 PM FRI     0.04
MORGAN - 5059 FT                         7 PM FRI     0.02
MORGAN UDOT - 5105 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.29
MANTUA - 5899 FT                         7 PM FRI     0.25
RANDOLPH - 6270 FT                       5 AM SAT     0.17
HARDWARE RANCH - 5564 FT                 8 PM FRI     0.08
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       8 PM FRI     0.07
LAKETOWN UDOT - 5991 FT                  7 PM FRI     0.05
LAKETOWN - 5980 FT                       5 PM FRI     0.05
LAKETOWN - 5959 FT                       8 PM FRI     0.02
RANDOLPH - 6264 FT                       8 PM FRI     0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
ALTA - 8730 FT                           5 PM FRI     0.15
SUNDANCE - 7503 FT                       8 PM FRI     0.11
TIMPANOGOS CAVE - 7999 FT                7 PM FRI     0.01

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
YELLOWSTONE DRAINAGE - 7800 FT           8 PM FRI     0.74
YELLOWSTONE RIVER NR ALTONAH - 7506 FT   8 PM FRI     0.55
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.42
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           8 PM FRI     0.38
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        8 PM FRI     0.27
MOON LAKE - 8150 FT                      8 PM FRI     0.27
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 7 PM FRI     0.19
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         8 PM FRI     0.15
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         8 PM FRI     0.15
WEBER RIVER NR OAKLEY 7NNE - 6653 FT     7 PM FRI     0.13
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.11
BEAR RIVER - 8536 FT                     8 PM FRI     0.06
OAKLEY - 7800 FT                         8 PM FRI     0.04
WEST FORK BLACKSMITHS FORK - 9620 FT     8 PM FRI     0.01

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
BAER #10 RED BULL - 8360 FT              8 PM FRI     0.74
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      8 PM FRI     0.31
HORSE RIDGE - 8480 FT                    8 PM FRI     0.17
BRUIN POINT - 10200 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.12
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                    8 PM FRI     0.11
MANTI - PORTABLE #1 - 6085 FT            7 PM FRI     0.04
HELPER CARBON PLANT - 6100 FT            5 AM SAT     0.03

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
ALTAMONT - 6370 FT                       5 AM SAT     0.83
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT            7 PM FRI     0.38
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.35
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      7 PM FRI     0.27
DUCHESNE - 5520 FT                       5 PM FRI     0.24
MYTON - 5080 FT                          5 AM SAT     0.12

...CASTLE COUNTRY...
CARBON COUNTY AIRPORT - 5922 FT          8 PM FRI     0.04
FERRON - 5930 FT                         5 AM SAT     0.02

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
FLATTOP MOUNTAIN - 6120 FT               7 PM FRI     0.05
SAN RAFAEL NR GREEN RIVER - 4200 FT      7 PM FRI     0.01

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
VENICE - 5244 FT                         8 PM FRI     0.18
MONROE - 5364 FT                         8 PM FRI     0.02
MONROE - 5322 FT                         7 PM FRI     0.01

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
FILLMORE - 5120 FT                       5 PM FRI     0.11
OAK CITY - 5135 FT                       7 AM SAT     0.08
FISH SPRINGS REFUGE - 4335 FT            5 AM SAT     0.08
OAK CITY - 5135 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.07
OAK CITY - 5138 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.07
SIXMILE RIDGE - 5075 FT                  7 AM SAT     0.05
MUD SPRING - 5902 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.04
DELTA MUNI AIRPORT - 4750 FT             7 PM FRI     0.03
FILLMORE PORT #2 - 5691 FT               7 PM FRI     0.01

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
BRIMSTONE RESERVOIR - 5620 FT            7 PM FRI     0.27
CEDAR CITY - 6090 FT                     5 AM SAT     0.24
CEDAR CITY                               8 AM SAT     0.22
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT      8 PM FRI     0.20
NEW HARMONY - 5625 FT                    5 AM SAT     0.15
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        7 PM FRI     0.09
CEDAR CITY AIRPORT - 5627 FT             8 PM FRI     0.07
ENTERPRISE - 5384 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.06
CEDAR CITY - 5895 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.06
CEDAR CITY 3W - 5529 FT                  8 PM FRI     0.03
ENTERPRISE - 5340 FT                     8 PM FRI     0.03

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ZION NATIONAL PARK - 4050 FT             5 AM SAT     0.45
ZION NATIONAL PARK - 5741 FT             8 PM FRI     0.33
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.17
WHITE REEF - 3440 FT                     8 PM FRI     0.04
FT PIERCE WASH NR ST. GEORGE - 2810 FT   7 PM FRI     0.02
ST GEORGE - 2770 FT                      5 AM SAT     0.01

...SOUTH CENTRAL UTAH...
APPLE VALLEY - 4757 FT                   8 AM SAT     0.12

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
FREMONT INDIAN SP - 5920 FT              5 AM SAT     0.32
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    8 PM FRI     0.31
FLOWELL - 4735 FT                        8 PM FRI     0.22
GRASSY LAKE NR EPHRAIM - 8880 FT         8 PM FRI     0.19
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.18
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.17
OAK CITY - 5081 FT                       5 AM SAT     0.07
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          7 PM FRI     0.03
BLACK CEDAR - 6480 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.01

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
LAVA POINT RAWS - 7890 FT                7 PM FRI     0.19
LOA - 7070 FT                            5 AM SAT     0.16
CIRCLEVILLE - 6079 FT                    7 AM SAT     0.15
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              7 PM FRI     0.14
GARDNER PEAK - 8350 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.10
WILLOW GULCH - 6840 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.10
ASSAY - 8100 FT                          8 PM FRI     0.05
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      8 PM FRI     0.04
TOM BEST SPRING - 7718 FT                8 PM FRI     0.02
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              8 PM FRI     0.02
BRYCE CANYON AIRPORT - 7585 FT           8 PM FRI     0.01
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.01
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 7 PM FRI     0.01

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         8 PM FRI     0.53
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT       8 PM FRI     0.48
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.30


$$



000
NOUS45 KSLC 231515
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
909 AM MDT SAT MAY 23 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

PRECIPITATION REPORTS RECEIVED OVER THE LAST 48 HOURS.

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
HYDE PARK - 4513 FT                      8 AM SAT     1.71
LOGAN - 4805 FT                          8 AM SAT     0.65
PROVIDENCE - 4528 FT                     8 AM SAT     0.63
HYDE PARK                               11 PM FRI     0.59
RICHMOND - 4576 FT                       7 AM SAT     0.49
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          8 PM FRI     0.45
LOGAN RADIO - 4470 FT                    5 AM SAT     0.28
LOGAN RIVER ABV STATE DAM - 4805 FT      8 PM FRI     0.10
LOGAN - 4465 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.10
LOGAN - 4806 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.06
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                  7 PM FRI     0.06
LBW SOUTHFORK - 5095 FT                  8 PM FRI     0.03
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.03
PROVIDENCE - EVANS FARM - 4535 FT        8 PM FRI     0.01

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                8 PM FRI     0.99
NORTH OGDEN - 4392 FT                    7 AM SAT     0.73
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                7 PM FRI     0.70
BOTHWELL - 4343 FT                       7 AM SAT     0.69
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.60
GARLAND 1 SE - 4328 FT                   7 AM SAT     0.52
CENTERVILLE - 4445 FT                    4 PM FRI     0.43
PERRY - 4491 FT                          6 AM SAT     0.34
BRIGHAM CITY - 4230 FT                   5 PM FRI     0.32
BOUNTIFUL - 4760 FT                      8 PM FRI     0.31
NORTH OGDEN                              6 PM FRI     0.31
WEST WEBER - 4248 FT                     7 AM SAT     0.23
ROY - 4457 FT                            9 AM FRI     0.22
CENTERVILLE - 4216 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.16
TREMONTON - 4331 FT                      8 PM FRI     0.15
SOUTH OGDEN - 4777 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.11
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                 7 PM FRI     0.10
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            8 PM FRI     0.09
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4802 FT                  7 AM SAT     0.07
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT               7 PM FRI     0.05
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       8 PM FRI     0.03
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    8 PM FRI     0.01
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.01
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.01
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.01
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.01
CLEARFIELD UDOT - 4685 FT                7 PM FRI     0.01
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.01
OGDEN - 4285 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.01
LAYTON - 4770 FT                         7 PM FRI     0.01
ROY - 4373 FT                            7 PM FRI     0.01
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.01

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
STOCKTON - 5087 FT                       7 AM SAT     0.62
TAYLORSVILLE - 4482 FT                   7 AM SAT     0.51
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS - 5138 FT             7 AM SAT     0.43
SANDY - 4637 FT                          7 AM SAT     0.35
TOOELE - 5070 FT                         5 PM FRI     0.31
RIVERTON - 4534 FT                       7 AM SAT     0.24
GRANTSVILLE 2 W - 4480 FT                5 AM SAT     0.19
HOLLADAY - 4540 FT                       7 AM SAT     0.18
SALT LAKE CITY - 4568 FT                 7 AM SAT     0.15
SALT LAKE CITY - 5102 FT                 7 PM FRI     0.15
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                 7 PM FRI     0.14
MAGNA - 4375 FT                          7 AM SAT     0.13
SALT LAKE CITY - 5088 FT                 7 AM SAT     0.12
TAYLORSVILLE-BENNION - 4594 FT           7 AM SAT     0.12
TRANS-JORDAN LANDFILL - 5201 FT          8 PM FRI     0.11
SANDY - 4712 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.11
HERRIMAN - 5062 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.10
ROCKY - 5970 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.10
HOLLADAY - 4516 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.08
HOLLADAY - 4344 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.06
VERNON - 5639 FT                         7 PM FRI     0.05
SALT LAKE CITY - 4753 FT                 7 PM FRI     0.04
SANDY - 5161 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.04
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                   8 PM FRI     0.03
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            8 PM FRI     0.03
NORTH HOLLADAY - 4600 FT                 8 PM FRI     0.03
TOOELE 2 - 4318 FT                       8 PM FRI     0.01
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         8 PM FRI     0.01

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
LEHI - 4800 FT                           7 AM SAT     0.19
PROVO BYU - 4570 FT                      5 PM FRI     0.13
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4655 FT               7 PM FRI     0.11
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT          8 PM FRI     0.10
OREM - 4728 FT                           7 PM FRI     0.07
PROVO - 4641 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.03
SPANISH FORK POWER HOUSE - 4720 FT       5 PM FRI     0.03
SPANISH FORK - 4738 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.02
PAYSON - 4652 FT                        12 PM FRI     0.02
SARATOGA SPRINGS 1W - 7544 FT            8 PM FRI     0.01
SPANISH FORK - 4734 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.01
TICKVILLE - 5191 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.01

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
BOTHWELL - 4790 FT                       7 AM SAT     1.51
ARAGONITE - 5030 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.59
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        7 PM FRI     0.09
VERNON CREEK NEAR VERNON 8SE - 6226 FT   7 PM FRI     0.09
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 8 PM FRI     0.06
BLUE CREEK - 5170 FT                     8 PM FRI     0.03
CLIFTON FLAT - 6384 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.02
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT               8 PM FRI     0.01
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
EDEN - 4947 FT                           7 AM SAT     0.41
DEER CREEK DAM - 5270 FT                 5 AM SAT     0.25
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT        8 PM FRI     0.22
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.20
EDEN - 5337 FT                           5 PM FRI     0.13
SWANSONS ENV CENTER - 5700 FT            8 PM FRI     0.11
COALVILLE - 5673 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.07
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        7 PM FRI     0.04
MORGAN - 5059 FT                         7 PM FRI     0.02
MORGAN UDOT - 5105 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.29
MANTUA - 5899 FT                         7 PM FRI     0.25
RANDOLPH - 6270 FT                       5 AM SAT     0.17
HARDWARE RANCH - 5564 FT                 8 PM FRI     0.08
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       8 PM FRI     0.07
LAKETOWN UDOT - 5991 FT                  7 PM FRI     0.05
LAKETOWN - 5980 FT                       5 PM FRI     0.05
LAKETOWN - 5959 FT                       8 PM FRI     0.02
RANDOLPH - 6264 FT                       8 PM FRI     0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
ALTA - 8730 FT                           5 PM FRI     0.15
SUNDANCE - 7503 FT                       8 PM FRI     0.11
TIMPANOGOS CAVE - 7999 FT                7 PM FRI     0.01

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
YELLOWSTONE DRAINAGE - 7800 FT           8 PM FRI     0.74
YELLOWSTONE RIVER NR ALTONAH - 7506 FT   8 PM FRI     0.55
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.42
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           8 PM FRI     0.38
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        8 PM FRI     0.27
MOON LAKE - 8150 FT                      8 PM FRI     0.27
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 7 PM FRI     0.19
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         8 PM FRI     0.15
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         8 PM FRI     0.15
WEBER RIVER NR OAKLEY 7NNE - 6653 FT     7 PM FRI     0.13
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.11
BEAR RIVER - 8536 FT                     8 PM FRI     0.06
OAKLEY - 7800 FT                         8 PM FRI     0.04
WEST FORK BLACKSMITHS FORK - 9620 FT     8 PM FRI     0.01

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
BAER #10 RED BULL - 8360 FT              8 PM FRI     0.74
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      8 PM FRI     0.31
HORSE RIDGE - 8480 FT                    8 PM FRI     0.17
BRUIN POINT - 10200 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.12
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                    8 PM FRI     0.11
MANTI - PORTABLE #1 - 6085 FT            7 PM FRI     0.04
HELPER CARBON PLANT - 6100 FT            5 AM SAT     0.03

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
ALTAMONT - 6370 FT                       5 AM SAT     0.83
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT            7 PM FRI     0.38
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.35
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      7 PM FRI     0.27
DUCHESNE - 5520 FT                       5 PM FRI     0.24
MYTON - 5080 FT                          5 AM SAT     0.12

...CASTLE COUNTRY...
CARBON COUNTY AIRPORT - 5922 FT          8 PM FRI     0.04
FERRON - 5930 FT                         5 AM SAT     0.02

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
FLATTOP MOUNTAIN - 6120 FT               7 PM FRI     0.05
SAN RAFAEL NR GREEN RIVER - 4200 FT      7 PM FRI     0.01

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
VENICE - 5244 FT                         8 PM FRI     0.18
MONROE - 5364 FT                         8 PM FRI     0.02
MONROE - 5322 FT                         7 PM FRI     0.01

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
FILLMORE - 5120 FT                       5 PM FRI     0.11
OAK CITY - 5135 FT                       7 AM SAT     0.08
FISH SPRINGS REFUGE - 4335 FT            5 AM SAT     0.08
OAK CITY - 5135 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.07
OAK CITY - 5138 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.07
SIXMILE RIDGE - 5075 FT                  7 AM SAT     0.05
MUD SPRING - 5902 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.04
DELTA MUNI AIRPORT - 4750 FT             7 PM FRI     0.03
FILLMORE PORT #2 - 5691 FT               7 PM FRI     0.01

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
BRIMSTONE RESERVOIR - 5620 FT            7 PM FRI     0.27
CEDAR CITY - 6090 FT                     5 AM SAT     0.24
CEDAR CITY                               8 AM SAT     0.22
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT      8 PM FRI     0.20
NEW HARMONY - 5625 FT                    5 AM SAT     0.15
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        7 PM FRI     0.09
CEDAR CITY AIRPORT - 5627 FT             8 PM FRI     0.07
ENTERPRISE - 5384 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.06
CEDAR CITY - 5895 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.06
CEDAR CITY 3W - 5529 FT                  8 PM FRI     0.03
ENTERPRISE - 5340 FT                     8 PM FRI     0.03

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ZION NATIONAL PARK - 4050 FT             5 AM SAT     0.45
ZION NATIONAL PARK - 5741 FT             8 PM FRI     0.33
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.17
WHITE REEF - 3440 FT                     8 PM FRI     0.04
FT PIERCE WASH NR ST. GEORGE - 2810 FT   7 PM FRI     0.02
ST GEORGE - 2770 FT                      5 AM SAT     0.01

...SOUTH CENTRAL UTAH...
APPLE VALLEY - 4757 FT                   8 AM SAT     0.12

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
FREMONT INDIAN SP - 5920 FT              5 AM SAT     0.32
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    8 PM FRI     0.31
FLOWELL - 4735 FT                        8 PM FRI     0.22
GRASSY LAKE NR EPHRAIM - 8880 FT         8 PM FRI     0.19
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.18
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.17
OAK CITY - 5081 FT                       5 AM SAT     0.07
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          7 PM FRI     0.03
BLACK CEDAR - 6480 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.01

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
LAVA POINT RAWS - 7890 FT                7 PM FRI     0.19
LOA - 7070 FT                            5 AM SAT     0.16
CIRCLEVILLE - 6079 FT                    7 AM SAT     0.15
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              7 PM FRI     0.14
GARDNER PEAK - 8350 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.10
WILLOW GULCH - 6840 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.10
ASSAY - 8100 FT                          8 PM FRI     0.05
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      8 PM FRI     0.04
TOM BEST SPRING - 7718 FT                8 PM FRI     0.02
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              8 PM FRI     0.02
BRYCE CANYON AIRPORT - 7585 FT           8 PM FRI     0.01
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.01
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 7 PM FRI     0.01

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         8 PM FRI     0.53
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT       8 PM FRI     0.48
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.30


$$



000
NOUS45 KSLC 231515
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
909 AM MDT SAT MAY 23 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

PRECIPITATION REPORTS RECEIVED OVER THE LAST 48 HOURS.

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
HYDE PARK - 4513 FT                      8 AM SAT     1.71
LOGAN - 4805 FT                          8 AM SAT     0.65
PROVIDENCE - 4528 FT                     8 AM SAT     0.63
HYDE PARK                               11 PM FRI     0.59
RICHMOND - 4576 FT                       7 AM SAT     0.49
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          8 PM FRI     0.45
LOGAN RADIO - 4470 FT                    5 AM SAT     0.28
LOGAN RIVER ABV STATE DAM - 4805 FT      8 PM FRI     0.10
LOGAN - 4465 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.10
LOGAN - 4806 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.06
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                  7 PM FRI     0.06
LBW SOUTHFORK - 5095 FT                  8 PM FRI     0.03
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.03
PROVIDENCE - EVANS FARM - 4535 FT        8 PM FRI     0.01

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                8 PM FRI     0.99
NORTH OGDEN - 4392 FT                    7 AM SAT     0.73
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                7 PM FRI     0.70
BOTHWELL - 4343 FT                       7 AM SAT     0.69
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.60
GARLAND 1 SE - 4328 FT                   7 AM SAT     0.52
CENTERVILLE - 4445 FT                    4 PM FRI     0.43
PERRY - 4491 FT                          6 AM SAT     0.34
BRIGHAM CITY - 4230 FT                   5 PM FRI     0.32
BOUNTIFUL - 4760 FT                      8 PM FRI     0.31
NORTH OGDEN                              6 PM FRI     0.31
WEST WEBER - 4248 FT                     7 AM SAT     0.23
ROY - 4457 FT                            9 AM FRI     0.22
CENTERVILLE - 4216 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.16
TREMONTON - 4331 FT                      8 PM FRI     0.15
SOUTH OGDEN - 4777 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.11
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                 7 PM FRI     0.10
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            8 PM FRI     0.09
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4802 FT                  7 AM SAT     0.07
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT               7 PM FRI     0.05
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       8 PM FRI     0.03
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    8 PM FRI     0.01
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.01
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.01
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.01
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.01
CLEARFIELD UDOT - 4685 FT                7 PM FRI     0.01
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.01
OGDEN - 4285 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.01
LAYTON - 4770 FT                         7 PM FRI     0.01
ROY - 4373 FT                            7 PM FRI     0.01
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.01

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
STOCKTON - 5087 FT                       7 AM SAT     0.62
TAYLORSVILLE - 4482 FT                   7 AM SAT     0.51
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS - 5138 FT             7 AM SAT     0.43
SANDY - 4637 FT                          7 AM SAT     0.35
TOOELE - 5070 FT                         5 PM FRI     0.31
RIVERTON - 4534 FT                       7 AM SAT     0.24
GRANTSVILLE 2 W - 4480 FT                5 AM SAT     0.19
HOLLADAY - 4540 FT                       7 AM SAT     0.18
SALT LAKE CITY - 4568 FT                 7 AM SAT     0.15
SALT LAKE CITY - 5102 FT                 7 PM FRI     0.15
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                 7 PM FRI     0.14
MAGNA - 4375 FT                          7 AM SAT     0.13
SALT LAKE CITY - 5088 FT                 7 AM SAT     0.12
TAYLORSVILLE-BENNION - 4594 FT           7 AM SAT     0.12
TRANS-JORDAN LANDFILL - 5201 FT          8 PM FRI     0.11
SANDY - 4712 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.11
HERRIMAN - 5062 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.10
ROCKY - 5970 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.10
HOLLADAY - 4516 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.08
HOLLADAY - 4344 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.06
VERNON - 5639 FT                         7 PM FRI     0.05
SALT LAKE CITY - 4753 FT                 7 PM FRI     0.04
SANDY - 5161 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.04
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                   8 PM FRI     0.03
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            8 PM FRI     0.03
NORTH HOLLADAY - 4600 FT                 8 PM FRI     0.03
TOOELE 2 - 4318 FT                       8 PM FRI     0.01
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         8 PM FRI     0.01

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
LEHI - 4800 FT                           7 AM SAT     0.19
PROVO BYU - 4570 FT                      5 PM FRI     0.13
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4655 FT               7 PM FRI     0.11
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT          8 PM FRI     0.10
OREM - 4728 FT                           7 PM FRI     0.07
PROVO - 4641 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.03
SPANISH FORK POWER HOUSE - 4720 FT       5 PM FRI     0.03
SPANISH FORK - 4738 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.02
PAYSON - 4652 FT                        12 PM FRI     0.02
SARATOGA SPRINGS 1W - 7544 FT            8 PM FRI     0.01
SPANISH FORK - 4734 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.01
TICKVILLE - 5191 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.01

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
BOTHWELL - 4790 FT                       7 AM SAT     1.51
ARAGONITE - 5030 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.59
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        7 PM FRI     0.09
VERNON CREEK NEAR VERNON 8SE - 6226 FT   7 PM FRI     0.09
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 8 PM FRI     0.06
BLUE CREEK - 5170 FT                     8 PM FRI     0.03
CLIFTON FLAT - 6384 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.02
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT               8 PM FRI     0.01
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
EDEN - 4947 FT                           7 AM SAT     0.41
DEER CREEK DAM - 5270 FT                 5 AM SAT     0.25
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT        8 PM FRI     0.22
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.20
EDEN - 5337 FT                           5 PM FRI     0.13
SWANSONS ENV CENTER - 5700 FT            8 PM FRI     0.11
COALVILLE - 5673 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.07
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        7 PM FRI     0.04
MORGAN - 5059 FT                         7 PM FRI     0.02
MORGAN UDOT - 5105 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.29
MANTUA - 5899 FT                         7 PM FRI     0.25
RANDOLPH - 6270 FT                       5 AM SAT     0.17
HARDWARE RANCH - 5564 FT                 8 PM FRI     0.08
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       8 PM FRI     0.07
LAKETOWN UDOT - 5991 FT                  7 PM FRI     0.05
LAKETOWN - 5980 FT                       5 PM FRI     0.05
LAKETOWN - 5959 FT                       8 PM FRI     0.02
RANDOLPH - 6264 FT                       8 PM FRI     0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
ALTA - 8730 FT                           5 PM FRI     0.15
SUNDANCE - 7503 FT                       8 PM FRI     0.11
TIMPANOGOS CAVE - 7999 FT                7 PM FRI     0.01

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
YELLOWSTONE DRAINAGE - 7800 FT           8 PM FRI     0.74
YELLOWSTONE RIVER NR ALTONAH - 7506 FT   8 PM FRI     0.55
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.42
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           8 PM FRI     0.38
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        8 PM FRI     0.27
MOON LAKE - 8150 FT                      8 PM FRI     0.27
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 7 PM FRI     0.19
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         8 PM FRI     0.15
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         8 PM FRI     0.15
WEBER RIVER NR OAKLEY 7NNE - 6653 FT     7 PM FRI     0.13
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.11
BEAR RIVER - 8536 FT                     8 PM FRI     0.06
OAKLEY - 7800 FT                         8 PM FRI     0.04
WEST FORK BLACKSMITHS FORK - 9620 FT     8 PM FRI     0.01

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
BAER #10 RED BULL - 8360 FT              8 PM FRI     0.74
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      8 PM FRI     0.31
HORSE RIDGE - 8480 FT                    8 PM FRI     0.17
BRUIN POINT - 10200 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.12
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                    8 PM FRI     0.11
MANTI - PORTABLE #1 - 6085 FT            7 PM FRI     0.04
HELPER CARBON PLANT - 6100 FT            5 AM SAT     0.03

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
ALTAMONT - 6370 FT                       5 AM SAT     0.83
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT            7 PM FRI     0.38
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.35
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      7 PM FRI     0.27
DUCHESNE - 5520 FT                       5 PM FRI     0.24
MYTON - 5080 FT                          5 AM SAT     0.12

...CASTLE COUNTRY...
CARBON COUNTY AIRPORT - 5922 FT          8 PM FRI     0.04
FERRON - 5930 FT                         5 AM SAT     0.02

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
FLATTOP MOUNTAIN - 6120 FT               7 PM FRI     0.05
SAN RAFAEL NR GREEN RIVER - 4200 FT      7 PM FRI     0.01

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
VENICE - 5244 FT                         8 PM FRI     0.18
MONROE - 5364 FT                         8 PM FRI     0.02
MONROE - 5322 FT                         7 PM FRI     0.01

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
FILLMORE - 5120 FT                       5 PM FRI     0.11
OAK CITY - 5135 FT                       7 AM SAT     0.08
FISH SPRINGS REFUGE - 4335 FT            5 AM SAT     0.08
OAK CITY - 5135 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.07
OAK CITY - 5138 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.07
SIXMILE RIDGE - 5075 FT                  7 AM SAT     0.05
MUD SPRING - 5902 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.04
DELTA MUNI AIRPORT - 4750 FT             7 PM FRI     0.03
FILLMORE PORT #2 - 5691 FT               7 PM FRI     0.01

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
BRIMSTONE RESERVOIR - 5620 FT            7 PM FRI     0.27
CEDAR CITY - 6090 FT                     5 AM SAT     0.24
CEDAR CITY                               8 AM SAT     0.22
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT      8 PM FRI     0.20
NEW HARMONY - 5625 FT                    5 AM SAT     0.15
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        7 PM FRI     0.09
CEDAR CITY AIRPORT - 5627 FT             8 PM FRI     0.07
ENTERPRISE - 5384 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.06
CEDAR CITY - 5895 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.06
CEDAR CITY 3W - 5529 FT                  8 PM FRI     0.03
ENTERPRISE - 5340 FT                     8 PM FRI     0.03

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ZION NATIONAL PARK - 4050 FT             5 AM SAT     0.45
ZION NATIONAL PARK - 5741 FT             8 PM FRI     0.33
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.17
WHITE REEF - 3440 FT                     8 PM FRI     0.04
FT PIERCE WASH NR ST. GEORGE - 2810 FT   7 PM FRI     0.02
ST GEORGE - 2770 FT                      5 AM SAT     0.01

...SOUTH CENTRAL UTAH...
APPLE VALLEY - 4757 FT                   8 AM SAT     0.12

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
FREMONT INDIAN SP - 5920 FT              5 AM SAT     0.32
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    8 PM FRI     0.31
FLOWELL - 4735 FT                        8 PM FRI     0.22
GRASSY LAKE NR EPHRAIM - 8880 FT         8 PM FRI     0.19
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.18
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.17
OAK CITY - 5081 FT                       5 AM SAT     0.07
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          7 PM FRI     0.03
BLACK CEDAR - 6480 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.01

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
LAVA POINT RAWS - 7890 FT                7 PM FRI     0.19
LOA - 7070 FT                            5 AM SAT     0.16
CIRCLEVILLE - 6079 FT                    7 AM SAT     0.15
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              7 PM FRI     0.14
GARDNER PEAK - 8350 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.10
WILLOW GULCH - 6840 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.10
ASSAY - 8100 FT                          8 PM FRI     0.05
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      8 PM FRI     0.04
TOM BEST SPRING - 7718 FT                8 PM FRI     0.02
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              8 PM FRI     0.02
BRYCE CANYON AIRPORT - 7585 FT           8 PM FRI     0.01
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.01
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 7 PM FRI     0.01

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         8 PM FRI     0.53
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT       8 PM FRI     0.48
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.30


$$



000
NOUS45 KSLC 231515
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
909 AM MDT SAT MAY 23 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

PRECIPITATION REPORTS RECEIVED OVER THE LAST 48 HOURS.

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
HYDE PARK - 4513 FT                      8 AM SAT     1.71
LOGAN - 4805 FT                          8 AM SAT     0.65
PROVIDENCE - 4528 FT                     8 AM SAT     0.63
HYDE PARK                               11 PM FRI     0.59
RICHMOND - 4576 FT                       7 AM SAT     0.49
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          8 PM FRI     0.45
LOGAN RADIO - 4470 FT                    5 AM SAT     0.28
LOGAN RIVER ABV STATE DAM - 4805 FT      8 PM FRI     0.10
LOGAN - 4465 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.10
LOGAN - 4806 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.06
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                  7 PM FRI     0.06
LBW SOUTHFORK - 5095 FT                  8 PM FRI     0.03
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.03
PROVIDENCE - EVANS FARM - 4535 FT        8 PM FRI     0.01

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                8 PM FRI     0.99
NORTH OGDEN - 4392 FT                    7 AM SAT     0.73
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                7 PM FRI     0.70
BOTHWELL - 4343 FT                       7 AM SAT     0.69
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.60
GARLAND 1 SE - 4328 FT                   7 AM SAT     0.52
CENTERVILLE - 4445 FT                    4 PM FRI     0.43
PERRY - 4491 FT                          6 AM SAT     0.34
BRIGHAM CITY - 4230 FT                   5 PM FRI     0.32
BOUNTIFUL - 4760 FT                      8 PM FRI     0.31
NORTH OGDEN                              6 PM FRI     0.31
WEST WEBER - 4248 FT                     7 AM SAT     0.23
ROY - 4457 FT                            9 AM FRI     0.22
CENTERVILLE - 4216 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.16
TREMONTON - 4331 FT                      8 PM FRI     0.15
SOUTH OGDEN - 4777 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.11
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                 7 PM FRI     0.10
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            8 PM FRI     0.09
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4802 FT                  7 AM SAT     0.07
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT               7 PM FRI     0.05
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       8 PM FRI     0.03
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    8 PM FRI     0.01
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.01
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.01
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.01
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.01
CLEARFIELD UDOT - 4685 FT                7 PM FRI     0.01
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.01
OGDEN - 4285 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.01
LAYTON - 4770 FT                         7 PM FRI     0.01
ROY - 4373 FT                            7 PM FRI     0.01
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.01

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
STOCKTON - 5087 FT                       7 AM SAT     0.62
TAYLORSVILLE - 4482 FT                   7 AM SAT     0.51
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS - 5138 FT             7 AM SAT     0.43
SANDY - 4637 FT                          7 AM SAT     0.35
TOOELE - 5070 FT                         5 PM FRI     0.31
RIVERTON - 4534 FT                       7 AM SAT     0.24
GRANTSVILLE 2 W - 4480 FT                5 AM SAT     0.19
HOLLADAY - 4540 FT                       7 AM SAT     0.18
SALT LAKE CITY - 4568 FT                 7 AM SAT     0.15
SALT LAKE CITY - 5102 FT                 7 PM FRI     0.15
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                 7 PM FRI     0.14
MAGNA - 4375 FT                          7 AM SAT     0.13
SALT LAKE CITY - 5088 FT                 7 AM SAT     0.12
TAYLORSVILLE-BENNION - 4594 FT           7 AM SAT     0.12
TRANS-JORDAN LANDFILL - 5201 FT          8 PM FRI     0.11
SANDY - 4712 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.11
HERRIMAN - 5062 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.10
ROCKY - 5970 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.10
HOLLADAY - 4516 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.08
HOLLADAY - 4344 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.06
VERNON - 5639 FT                         7 PM FRI     0.05
SALT LAKE CITY - 4753 FT                 7 PM FRI     0.04
SANDY - 5161 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.04
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                   8 PM FRI     0.03
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            8 PM FRI     0.03
NORTH HOLLADAY - 4600 FT                 8 PM FRI     0.03
TOOELE 2 - 4318 FT                       8 PM FRI     0.01
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         8 PM FRI     0.01

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
LEHI - 4800 FT                           7 AM SAT     0.19
PROVO BYU - 4570 FT                      5 PM FRI     0.13
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4655 FT               7 PM FRI     0.11
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT          8 PM FRI     0.10
OREM - 4728 FT                           7 PM FRI     0.07
PROVO - 4641 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.03
SPANISH FORK POWER HOUSE - 4720 FT       5 PM FRI     0.03
SPANISH FORK - 4738 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.02
PAYSON - 4652 FT                        12 PM FRI     0.02
SARATOGA SPRINGS 1W - 7544 FT            8 PM FRI     0.01
SPANISH FORK - 4734 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.01
TICKVILLE - 5191 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.01

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
BOTHWELL - 4790 FT                       7 AM SAT     1.51
ARAGONITE - 5030 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.59
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        7 PM FRI     0.09
VERNON CREEK NEAR VERNON 8SE - 6226 FT   7 PM FRI     0.09
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 8 PM FRI     0.06
BLUE CREEK - 5170 FT                     8 PM FRI     0.03
CLIFTON FLAT - 6384 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.02
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT               8 PM FRI     0.01
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
EDEN - 4947 FT                           7 AM SAT     0.41
DEER CREEK DAM - 5270 FT                 5 AM SAT     0.25
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT        8 PM FRI     0.22
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.20
EDEN - 5337 FT                           5 PM FRI     0.13
SWANSONS ENV CENTER - 5700 FT            8 PM FRI     0.11
COALVILLE - 5673 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.07
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        7 PM FRI     0.04
MORGAN - 5059 FT                         7 PM FRI     0.02
MORGAN UDOT - 5105 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.29
MANTUA - 5899 FT                         7 PM FRI     0.25
RANDOLPH - 6270 FT                       5 AM SAT     0.17
HARDWARE RANCH - 5564 FT                 8 PM FRI     0.08
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       8 PM FRI     0.07
LAKETOWN UDOT - 5991 FT                  7 PM FRI     0.05
LAKETOWN - 5980 FT                       5 PM FRI     0.05
LAKETOWN - 5959 FT                       8 PM FRI     0.02
RANDOLPH - 6264 FT                       8 PM FRI     0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
ALTA - 8730 FT                           5 PM FRI     0.15
SUNDANCE - 7503 FT                       8 PM FRI     0.11
TIMPANOGOS CAVE - 7999 FT                7 PM FRI     0.01

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
YELLOWSTONE DRAINAGE - 7800 FT           8 PM FRI     0.74
YELLOWSTONE RIVER NR ALTONAH - 7506 FT   8 PM FRI     0.55
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.42
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           8 PM FRI     0.38
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        8 PM FRI     0.27
MOON LAKE - 8150 FT                      8 PM FRI     0.27
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 7 PM FRI     0.19
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         8 PM FRI     0.15
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         8 PM FRI     0.15
WEBER RIVER NR OAKLEY 7NNE - 6653 FT     7 PM FRI     0.13
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.11
BEAR RIVER - 8536 FT                     8 PM FRI     0.06
OAKLEY - 7800 FT                         8 PM FRI     0.04
WEST FORK BLACKSMITHS FORK - 9620 FT     8 PM FRI     0.01

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
BAER #10 RED BULL - 8360 FT              8 PM FRI     0.74
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      8 PM FRI     0.31
HORSE RIDGE - 8480 FT                    8 PM FRI     0.17
BRUIN POINT - 10200 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.12
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                    8 PM FRI     0.11
MANTI - PORTABLE #1 - 6085 FT            7 PM FRI     0.04
HELPER CARBON PLANT - 6100 FT            5 AM SAT     0.03

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
ALTAMONT - 6370 FT                       5 AM SAT     0.83
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT            7 PM FRI     0.38
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.35
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      7 PM FRI     0.27
DUCHESNE - 5520 FT                       5 PM FRI     0.24
MYTON - 5080 FT                          5 AM SAT     0.12

...CASTLE COUNTRY...
CARBON COUNTY AIRPORT - 5922 FT          8 PM FRI     0.04
FERRON - 5930 FT                         5 AM SAT     0.02

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
FLATTOP MOUNTAIN - 6120 FT               7 PM FRI     0.05
SAN RAFAEL NR GREEN RIVER - 4200 FT      7 PM FRI     0.01

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
VENICE - 5244 FT                         8 PM FRI     0.18
MONROE - 5364 FT                         8 PM FRI     0.02
MONROE - 5322 FT                         7 PM FRI     0.01

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
FILLMORE - 5120 FT                       5 PM FRI     0.11
OAK CITY - 5135 FT                       7 AM SAT     0.08
FISH SPRINGS REFUGE - 4335 FT            5 AM SAT     0.08
OAK CITY - 5135 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.07
OAK CITY - 5138 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.07
SIXMILE RIDGE - 5075 FT                  7 AM SAT     0.05
MUD SPRING - 5902 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.04
DELTA MUNI AIRPORT - 4750 FT             7 PM FRI     0.03
FILLMORE PORT #2 - 5691 FT               7 PM FRI     0.01

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
BRIMSTONE RESERVOIR - 5620 FT            7 PM FRI     0.27
CEDAR CITY - 6090 FT                     5 AM SAT     0.24
CEDAR CITY                               8 AM SAT     0.22
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT      8 PM FRI     0.20
NEW HARMONY - 5625 FT                    5 AM SAT     0.15
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        7 PM FRI     0.09
CEDAR CITY AIRPORT - 5627 FT             8 PM FRI     0.07
ENTERPRISE - 5384 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.06
CEDAR CITY - 5895 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.06
CEDAR CITY 3W - 5529 FT                  8 PM FRI     0.03
ENTERPRISE - 5340 FT                     8 PM FRI     0.03

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ZION NATIONAL PARK - 4050 FT             5 AM SAT     0.45
ZION NATIONAL PARK - 5741 FT             8 PM FRI     0.33
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.17
WHITE REEF - 3440 FT                     8 PM FRI     0.04
FT PIERCE WASH NR ST. GEORGE - 2810 FT   7 PM FRI     0.02
ST GEORGE - 2770 FT                      5 AM SAT     0.01

...SOUTH CENTRAL UTAH...
APPLE VALLEY - 4757 FT                   8 AM SAT     0.12

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
FREMONT INDIAN SP - 5920 FT              5 AM SAT     0.32
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    8 PM FRI     0.31
FLOWELL - 4735 FT                        8 PM FRI     0.22
GRASSY LAKE NR EPHRAIM - 8880 FT         8 PM FRI     0.19
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.18
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.17
OAK CITY - 5081 FT                       5 AM SAT     0.07
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          7 PM FRI     0.03
BLACK CEDAR - 6480 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.01

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
LAVA POINT RAWS - 7890 FT                7 PM FRI     0.19
LOA - 7070 FT                            5 AM SAT     0.16
CIRCLEVILLE - 6079 FT                    7 AM SAT     0.15
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              7 PM FRI     0.14
GARDNER PEAK - 8350 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.10
WILLOW GULCH - 6840 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.10
ASSAY - 8100 FT                          8 PM FRI     0.05
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      8 PM FRI     0.04
TOM BEST SPRING - 7718 FT                8 PM FRI     0.02
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              8 PM FRI     0.02
BRYCE CANYON AIRPORT - 7585 FT           8 PM FRI     0.01
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.01
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 7 PM FRI     0.01

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         8 PM FRI     0.53
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT       8 PM FRI     0.48
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.30


$$



000
NOUS45 KSLC 231515
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
909 AM MDT SAT MAY 23 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

PRECIPITATION REPORTS RECEIVED OVER THE LAST 48 HOURS.

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
HYDE PARK - 4513 FT                      8 AM SAT     1.71
LOGAN - 4805 FT                          8 AM SAT     0.65
PROVIDENCE - 4528 FT                     8 AM SAT     0.63
HYDE PARK                               11 PM FRI     0.59
RICHMOND - 4576 FT                       7 AM SAT     0.49
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          8 PM FRI     0.45
LOGAN RADIO - 4470 FT                    5 AM SAT     0.28
LOGAN RIVER ABV STATE DAM - 4805 FT      8 PM FRI     0.10
LOGAN - 4465 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.10
LOGAN - 4806 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.06
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                  7 PM FRI     0.06
LBW SOUTHFORK - 5095 FT                  8 PM FRI     0.03
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.03
PROVIDENCE - EVANS FARM - 4535 FT        8 PM FRI     0.01

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                8 PM FRI     0.99
NORTH OGDEN - 4392 FT                    7 AM SAT     0.73
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                7 PM FRI     0.70
BOTHWELL - 4343 FT                       7 AM SAT     0.69
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.60
GARLAND 1 SE - 4328 FT                   7 AM SAT     0.52
CENTERVILLE - 4445 FT                    4 PM FRI     0.43
PERRY - 4491 FT                          6 AM SAT     0.34
BRIGHAM CITY - 4230 FT                   5 PM FRI     0.32
BOUNTIFUL - 4760 FT                      8 PM FRI     0.31
NORTH OGDEN                              6 PM FRI     0.31
WEST WEBER - 4248 FT                     7 AM SAT     0.23
ROY - 4457 FT                            9 AM FRI     0.22
CENTERVILLE - 4216 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.16
TREMONTON - 4331 FT                      8 PM FRI     0.15
SOUTH OGDEN - 4777 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.11
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                 7 PM FRI     0.10
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            8 PM FRI     0.09
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4802 FT                  7 AM SAT     0.07
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT               7 PM FRI     0.05
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       8 PM FRI     0.03
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    8 PM FRI     0.01
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.01
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.01
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.01
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.01
CLEARFIELD UDOT - 4685 FT                7 PM FRI     0.01
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.01
OGDEN - 4285 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.01
LAYTON - 4770 FT                         7 PM FRI     0.01
ROY - 4373 FT                            7 PM FRI     0.01
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.01

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
STOCKTON - 5087 FT                       7 AM SAT     0.62
TAYLORSVILLE - 4482 FT                   7 AM SAT     0.51
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS - 5138 FT             7 AM SAT     0.43
SANDY - 4637 FT                          7 AM SAT     0.35
TOOELE - 5070 FT                         5 PM FRI     0.31
RIVERTON - 4534 FT                       7 AM SAT     0.24
GRANTSVILLE 2 W - 4480 FT                5 AM SAT     0.19
HOLLADAY - 4540 FT                       7 AM SAT     0.18
SALT LAKE CITY - 4568 FT                 7 AM SAT     0.15
SALT LAKE CITY - 5102 FT                 7 PM FRI     0.15
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                 7 PM FRI     0.14
MAGNA - 4375 FT                          7 AM SAT     0.13
SALT LAKE CITY - 5088 FT                 7 AM SAT     0.12
TAYLORSVILLE-BENNION - 4594 FT           7 AM SAT     0.12
TRANS-JORDAN LANDFILL - 5201 FT          8 PM FRI     0.11
SANDY - 4712 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.11
HERRIMAN - 5062 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.10
ROCKY - 5970 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.10
HOLLADAY - 4516 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.08
HOLLADAY - 4344 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.06
VERNON - 5639 FT                         7 PM FRI     0.05
SALT LAKE CITY - 4753 FT                 7 PM FRI     0.04
SANDY - 5161 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.04
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                   8 PM FRI     0.03
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            8 PM FRI     0.03
NORTH HOLLADAY - 4600 FT                 8 PM FRI     0.03
TOOELE 2 - 4318 FT                       8 PM FRI     0.01
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         8 PM FRI     0.01

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
LEHI - 4800 FT                           7 AM SAT     0.19
PROVO BYU - 4570 FT                      5 PM FRI     0.13
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4655 FT               7 PM FRI     0.11
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT          8 PM FRI     0.10
OREM - 4728 FT                           7 PM FRI     0.07
PROVO - 4641 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.03
SPANISH FORK POWER HOUSE - 4720 FT       5 PM FRI     0.03
SPANISH FORK - 4738 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.02
PAYSON - 4652 FT                        12 PM FRI     0.02
SARATOGA SPRINGS 1W - 7544 FT            8 PM FRI     0.01
SPANISH FORK - 4734 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.01
TICKVILLE - 5191 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.01

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
BOTHWELL - 4790 FT                       7 AM SAT     1.51
ARAGONITE - 5030 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.59
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        7 PM FRI     0.09
VERNON CREEK NEAR VERNON 8SE - 6226 FT   7 PM FRI     0.09
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 8 PM FRI     0.06
BLUE CREEK - 5170 FT                     8 PM FRI     0.03
CLIFTON FLAT - 6384 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.02
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT               8 PM FRI     0.01
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
EDEN - 4947 FT                           7 AM SAT     0.41
DEER CREEK DAM - 5270 FT                 5 AM SAT     0.25
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT        8 PM FRI     0.22
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.20
EDEN - 5337 FT                           5 PM FRI     0.13
SWANSONS ENV CENTER - 5700 FT            8 PM FRI     0.11
COALVILLE - 5673 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.07
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        7 PM FRI     0.04
MORGAN - 5059 FT                         7 PM FRI     0.02
MORGAN UDOT - 5105 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.29
MANTUA - 5899 FT                         7 PM FRI     0.25
RANDOLPH - 6270 FT                       5 AM SAT     0.17
HARDWARE RANCH - 5564 FT                 8 PM FRI     0.08
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       8 PM FRI     0.07
LAKETOWN UDOT - 5991 FT                  7 PM FRI     0.05
LAKETOWN - 5980 FT                       5 PM FRI     0.05
LAKETOWN - 5959 FT                       8 PM FRI     0.02
RANDOLPH - 6264 FT                       8 PM FRI     0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
ALTA - 8730 FT                           5 PM FRI     0.15
SUNDANCE - 7503 FT                       8 PM FRI     0.11
TIMPANOGOS CAVE - 7999 FT                7 PM FRI     0.01

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
YELLOWSTONE DRAINAGE - 7800 FT           8 PM FRI     0.74
YELLOWSTONE RIVER NR ALTONAH - 7506 FT   8 PM FRI     0.55
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.42
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           8 PM FRI     0.38
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        8 PM FRI     0.27
MOON LAKE - 8150 FT                      8 PM FRI     0.27
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 7 PM FRI     0.19
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         8 PM FRI     0.15
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         8 PM FRI     0.15
WEBER RIVER NR OAKLEY 7NNE - 6653 FT     7 PM FRI     0.13
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.11
BEAR RIVER - 8536 FT                     8 PM FRI     0.06
OAKLEY - 7800 FT                         8 PM FRI     0.04
WEST FORK BLACKSMITHS FORK - 9620 FT     8 PM FRI     0.01

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
BAER #10 RED BULL - 8360 FT              8 PM FRI     0.74
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      8 PM FRI     0.31
HORSE RIDGE - 8480 FT                    8 PM FRI     0.17
BRUIN POINT - 10200 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.12
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                    8 PM FRI     0.11
MANTI - PORTABLE #1 - 6085 FT            7 PM FRI     0.04
HELPER CARBON PLANT - 6100 FT            5 AM SAT     0.03

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
ALTAMONT - 6370 FT                       5 AM SAT     0.83
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT            7 PM FRI     0.38
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.35
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      7 PM FRI     0.27
DUCHESNE - 5520 FT                       5 PM FRI     0.24
MYTON - 5080 FT                          5 AM SAT     0.12

...CASTLE COUNTRY...
CARBON COUNTY AIRPORT - 5922 FT          8 PM FRI     0.04
FERRON - 5930 FT                         5 AM SAT     0.02

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
FLATTOP MOUNTAIN - 6120 FT               7 PM FRI     0.05
SAN RAFAEL NR GREEN RIVER - 4200 FT      7 PM FRI     0.01

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
VENICE - 5244 FT                         8 PM FRI     0.18
MONROE - 5364 FT                         8 PM FRI     0.02
MONROE - 5322 FT                         7 PM FRI     0.01

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
FILLMORE - 5120 FT                       5 PM FRI     0.11
OAK CITY - 5135 FT                       7 AM SAT     0.08
FISH SPRINGS REFUGE - 4335 FT            5 AM SAT     0.08
OAK CITY - 5135 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.07
OAK CITY - 5138 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.07
SIXMILE RIDGE - 5075 FT                  7 AM SAT     0.05
MUD SPRING - 5902 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.04
DELTA MUNI AIRPORT - 4750 FT             7 PM FRI     0.03
FILLMORE PORT #2 - 5691 FT               7 PM FRI     0.01

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
BRIMSTONE RESERVOIR - 5620 FT            7 PM FRI     0.27
CEDAR CITY - 6090 FT                     5 AM SAT     0.24
CEDAR CITY                               8 AM SAT     0.22
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT      8 PM FRI     0.20
NEW HARMONY - 5625 FT                    5 AM SAT     0.15
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        7 PM FRI     0.09
CEDAR CITY AIRPORT - 5627 FT             8 PM FRI     0.07
ENTERPRISE - 5384 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.06
CEDAR CITY - 5895 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.06
CEDAR CITY 3W - 5529 FT                  8 PM FRI     0.03
ENTERPRISE - 5340 FT                     8 PM FRI     0.03

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ZION NATIONAL PARK - 4050 FT             5 AM SAT     0.45
ZION NATIONAL PARK - 5741 FT             8 PM FRI     0.33
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.17
WHITE REEF - 3440 FT                     8 PM FRI     0.04
FT PIERCE WASH NR ST. GEORGE - 2810 FT   7 PM FRI     0.02
ST GEORGE - 2770 FT                      5 AM SAT     0.01

...SOUTH CENTRAL UTAH...
APPLE VALLEY - 4757 FT                   8 AM SAT     0.12

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
FREMONT INDIAN SP - 5920 FT              5 AM SAT     0.32
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    8 PM FRI     0.31
FLOWELL - 4735 FT                        8 PM FRI     0.22
GRASSY LAKE NR EPHRAIM - 8880 FT         8 PM FRI     0.19
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.18
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.17
OAK CITY - 5081 FT                       5 AM SAT     0.07
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          7 PM FRI     0.03
BLACK CEDAR - 6480 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.01

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
LAVA POINT RAWS - 7890 FT                7 PM FRI     0.19
LOA - 7070 FT                            5 AM SAT     0.16
CIRCLEVILLE - 6079 FT                    7 AM SAT     0.15
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              7 PM FRI     0.14
GARDNER PEAK - 8350 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.10
WILLOW GULCH - 6840 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.10
ASSAY - 8100 FT                          8 PM FRI     0.05
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      8 PM FRI     0.04
TOM BEST SPRING - 7718 FT                8 PM FRI     0.02
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              8 PM FRI     0.02
BRYCE CANYON AIRPORT - 7585 FT           8 PM FRI     0.01
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.01
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 7 PM FRI     0.01

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         8 PM FRI     0.53
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT       8 PM FRI     0.48
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.30


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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
909 AM MDT SAT MAY 23 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

PRECIPITATION REPORTS RECEIVED OVER THE LAST 48 HOURS.

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
HYDE PARK - 4513 FT                      8 AM SAT     1.71
LOGAN - 4805 FT                          8 AM SAT     0.65
PROVIDENCE - 4528 FT                     8 AM SAT     0.63
HYDE PARK                               11 PM FRI     0.59
RICHMOND - 4576 FT                       7 AM SAT     0.49
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          8 PM FRI     0.45
LOGAN RADIO - 4470 FT                    5 AM SAT     0.28
LOGAN RIVER ABV STATE DAM - 4805 FT      8 PM FRI     0.10
LOGAN - 4465 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.10
LOGAN - 4806 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.06
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                  7 PM FRI     0.06
LBW SOUTHFORK - 5095 FT                  8 PM FRI     0.03
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.03
PROVIDENCE - EVANS FARM - 4535 FT        8 PM FRI     0.01

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                8 PM FRI     0.99
NORTH OGDEN - 4392 FT                    7 AM SAT     0.73
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                7 PM FRI     0.70
BOTHWELL - 4343 FT                       7 AM SAT     0.69
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.60
GARLAND 1 SE - 4328 FT                   7 AM SAT     0.52
CENTERVILLE - 4445 FT                    4 PM FRI     0.43
PERRY - 4491 FT                          6 AM SAT     0.34
BRIGHAM CITY - 4230 FT                   5 PM FRI     0.32
BOUNTIFUL - 4760 FT                      8 PM FRI     0.31
NORTH OGDEN                              6 PM FRI     0.31
WEST WEBER - 4248 FT                     7 AM SAT     0.23
ROY - 4457 FT                            9 AM FRI     0.22
CENTERVILLE - 4216 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.16
TREMONTON - 4331 FT                      8 PM FRI     0.15
SOUTH OGDEN - 4777 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.11
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                 7 PM FRI     0.10
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            8 PM FRI     0.09
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4802 FT                  7 AM SAT     0.07
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT               7 PM FRI     0.05
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       8 PM FRI     0.03
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    8 PM FRI     0.01
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.01
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.01
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.01
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.01
CLEARFIELD UDOT - 4685 FT                7 PM FRI     0.01
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.01
OGDEN - 4285 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.01
LAYTON - 4770 FT                         7 PM FRI     0.01
ROY - 4373 FT                            7 PM FRI     0.01
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.01

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
STOCKTON - 5087 FT                       7 AM SAT     0.62
TAYLORSVILLE - 4482 FT                   7 AM SAT     0.51
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS - 5138 FT             7 AM SAT     0.43
SANDY - 4637 FT                          7 AM SAT     0.35
TOOELE - 5070 FT                         5 PM FRI     0.31
RIVERTON - 4534 FT                       7 AM SAT     0.24
GRANTSVILLE 2 W - 4480 FT                5 AM SAT     0.19
HOLLADAY - 4540 FT                       7 AM SAT     0.18
SALT LAKE CITY - 4568 FT                 7 AM SAT     0.15
SALT LAKE CITY - 5102 FT                 7 PM FRI     0.15
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                 7 PM FRI     0.14
MAGNA - 4375 FT                          7 AM SAT     0.13
SALT LAKE CITY - 5088 FT                 7 AM SAT     0.12
TAYLORSVILLE-BENNION - 4594 FT           7 AM SAT     0.12
TRANS-JORDAN LANDFILL - 5201 FT          8 PM FRI     0.11
SANDY - 4712 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.11
HERRIMAN - 5062 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.10
ROCKY - 5970 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.10
HOLLADAY - 4516 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.08
HOLLADAY - 4344 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.06
VERNON - 5639 FT                         7 PM FRI     0.05
SALT LAKE CITY - 4753 FT                 7 PM FRI     0.04
SANDY - 5161 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.04
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                   8 PM FRI     0.03
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            8 PM FRI     0.03
NORTH HOLLADAY - 4600 FT                 8 PM FRI     0.03
TOOELE 2 - 4318 FT                       8 PM FRI     0.01
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         8 PM FRI     0.01

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
LEHI - 4800 FT                           7 AM SAT     0.19
PROVO BYU - 4570 FT                      5 PM FRI     0.13
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4655 FT               7 PM FRI     0.11
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT          8 PM FRI     0.10
OREM - 4728 FT                           7 PM FRI     0.07
PROVO - 4641 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.03
SPANISH FORK POWER HOUSE - 4720 FT       5 PM FRI     0.03
SPANISH FORK - 4738 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.02
PAYSON - 4652 FT                        12 PM FRI     0.02
SARATOGA SPRINGS 1W - 7544 FT            8 PM FRI     0.01
SPANISH FORK - 4734 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.01
TICKVILLE - 5191 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.01

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
BOTHWELL - 4790 FT                       7 AM SAT     1.51
ARAGONITE - 5030 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.59
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        7 PM FRI     0.09
VERNON CREEK NEAR VERNON 8SE - 6226 FT   7 PM FRI     0.09
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 8 PM FRI     0.06
BLUE CREEK - 5170 FT                     8 PM FRI     0.03
CLIFTON FLAT - 6384 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.02
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT               8 PM FRI     0.01
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
EDEN - 4947 FT                           7 AM SAT     0.41
DEER CREEK DAM - 5270 FT                 5 AM SAT     0.25
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT        8 PM FRI     0.22
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.20
EDEN - 5337 FT                           5 PM FRI     0.13
SWANSONS ENV CENTER - 5700 FT            8 PM FRI     0.11
COALVILLE - 5673 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.07
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        7 PM FRI     0.04
MORGAN - 5059 FT                         7 PM FRI     0.02
MORGAN UDOT - 5105 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.29
MANTUA - 5899 FT                         7 PM FRI     0.25
RANDOLPH - 6270 FT                       5 AM SAT     0.17
HARDWARE RANCH - 5564 FT                 8 PM FRI     0.08
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       8 PM FRI     0.07
LAKETOWN UDOT - 5991 FT                  7 PM FRI     0.05
LAKETOWN - 5980 FT                       5 PM FRI     0.05
LAKETOWN - 5959 FT                       8 PM FRI     0.02
RANDOLPH - 6264 FT                       8 PM FRI     0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
ALTA - 8730 FT                           5 PM FRI     0.15
SUNDANCE - 7503 FT                       8 PM FRI     0.11
TIMPANOGOS CAVE - 7999 FT                7 PM FRI     0.01

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
YELLOWSTONE DRAINAGE - 7800 FT           8 PM FRI     0.74
YELLOWSTONE RIVER NR ALTONAH - 7506 FT   8 PM FRI     0.55
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.42
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           8 PM FRI     0.38
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        8 PM FRI     0.27
MOON LAKE - 8150 FT                      8 PM FRI     0.27
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 7 PM FRI     0.19
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         8 PM FRI     0.15
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         8 PM FRI     0.15
WEBER RIVER NR OAKLEY 7NNE - 6653 FT     7 PM FRI     0.13
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.11
BEAR RIVER - 8536 FT                     8 PM FRI     0.06
OAKLEY - 7800 FT                         8 PM FRI     0.04
WEST FORK BLACKSMITHS FORK - 9620 FT     8 PM FRI     0.01

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
BAER #10 RED BULL - 8360 FT              8 PM FRI     0.74
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      8 PM FRI     0.31
HORSE RIDGE - 8480 FT                    8 PM FRI     0.17
BRUIN POINT - 10200 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.12
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                    8 PM FRI     0.11
MANTI - PORTABLE #1 - 6085 FT            7 PM FRI     0.04
HELPER CARBON PLANT - 6100 FT            5 AM SAT     0.03

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
ALTAMONT - 6370 FT                       5 AM SAT     0.83
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT            7 PM FRI     0.38
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.35
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      7 PM FRI     0.27
DUCHESNE - 5520 FT                       5 PM FRI     0.24
MYTON - 5080 FT                          5 AM SAT     0.12

...CASTLE COUNTRY...
CARBON COUNTY AIRPORT - 5922 FT          8 PM FRI     0.04
FERRON - 5930 FT                         5 AM SAT     0.02

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
FLATTOP MOUNTAIN - 6120 FT               7 PM FRI     0.05
SAN RAFAEL NR GREEN RIVER - 4200 FT      7 PM FRI     0.01

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
VENICE - 5244 FT                         8 PM FRI     0.18
MONROE - 5364 FT                         8 PM FRI     0.02
MONROE - 5322 FT                         7 PM FRI     0.01

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
FILLMORE - 5120 FT                       5 PM FRI     0.11
OAK CITY - 5135 FT                       7 AM SAT     0.08
FISH SPRINGS REFUGE - 4335 FT            5 AM SAT     0.08
OAK CITY - 5135 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.07
OAK CITY - 5138 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.07
SIXMILE RIDGE - 5075 FT                  7 AM SAT     0.05
MUD SPRING - 5902 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.04
DELTA MUNI AIRPORT - 4750 FT             7 PM FRI     0.03
FILLMORE PORT #2 - 5691 FT               7 PM FRI     0.01

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
BRIMSTONE RESERVOIR - 5620 FT            7 PM FRI     0.27
CEDAR CITY - 6090 FT                     5 AM SAT     0.24
CEDAR CITY                               8 AM SAT     0.22
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT      8 PM FRI     0.20
NEW HARMONY - 5625 FT                    5 AM SAT     0.15
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        7 PM FRI     0.09
CEDAR CITY AIRPORT - 5627 FT             8 PM FRI     0.07
ENTERPRISE - 5384 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.06
CEDAR CITY - 5895 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.06
CEDAR CITY 3W - 5529 FT                  8 PM FRI     0.03
ENTERPRISE - 5340 FT                     8 PM FRI     0.03

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ZION NATIONAL PARK - 4050 FT             5 AM SAT     0.45
ZION NATIONAL PARK - 5741 FT             8 PM FRI     0.33
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.17
WHITE REEF - 3440 FT                     8 PM FRI     0.04
FT PIERCE WASH NR ST. GEORGE - 2810 FT   7 PM FRI     0.02
ST GEORGE - 2770 FT                      5 AM SAT     0.01

...SOUTH CENTRAL UTAH...
APPLE VALLEY - 4757 FT                   8 AM SAT     0.12

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
FREMONT INDIAN SP - 5920 FT              5 AM SAT     0.32
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    8 PM FRI     0.31
FLOWELL - 4735 FT                        8 PM FRI     0.22
GRASSY LAKE NR EPHRAIM - 8880 FT         8 PM FRI     0.19
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.18
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.17
OAK CITY - 5081 FT                       5 AM SAT     0.07
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          7 PM FRI     0.03
BLACK CEDAR - 6480 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.01

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
LAVA POINT RAWS - 7890 FT                7 PM FRI     0.19
LOA - 7070 FT                            5 AM SAT     0.16
CIRCLEVILLE - 6079 FT                    7 AM SAT     0.15
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              7 PM FRI     0.14
GARDNER PEAK - 8350 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.10
WILLOW GULCH - 6840 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.10
ASSAY - 8100 FT                          8 PM FRI     0.05
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      8 PM FRI     0.04
TOM BEST SPRING - 7718 FT                8 PM FRI     0.02
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              8 PM FRI     0.02
BRYCE CANYON AIRPORT - 7585 FT           8 PM FRI     0.01
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.01
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 7 PM FRI     0.01

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         8 PM FRI     0.53
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT       8 PM FRI     0.48
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.30


$$


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NOUS45 KSLC 231515
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
909 AM MDT SAT MAY 23 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

PRECIPITATION REPORTS RECEIVED OVER THE LAST 48 HOURS.

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
HYDE PARK - 4513 FT                      8 AM SAT     1.71
LOGAN - 4805 FT                          8 AM SAT     0.65
PROVIDENCE - 4528 FT                     8 AM SAT     0.63
HYDE PARK                               11 PM FRI     0.59
RICHMOND - 4576 FT                       7 AM SAT     0.49
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          8 PM FRI     0.45
LOGAN RADIO - 4470 FT                    5 AM SAT     0.28
LOGAN RIVER ABV STATE DAM - 4805 FT      8 PM FRI     0.10
LOGAN - 4465 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.10
LOGAN - 4806 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.06
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                  7 PM FRI     0.06
LBW SOUTHFORK - 5095 FT                  8 PM FRI     0.03
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.03
PROVIDENCE - EVANS FARM - 4535 FT        8 PM FRI     0.01

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                8 PM FRI     0.99
NORTH OGDEN - 4392 FT                    7 AM SAT     0.73
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                7 PM FRI     0.70
BOTHWELL - 4343 FT                       7 AM SAT     0.69
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.60
GARLAND 1 SE - 4328 FT                   7 AM SAT     0.52
CENTERVILLE - 4445 FT                    4 PM FRI     0.43
PERRY - 4491 FT                          6 AM SAT     0.34
BRIGHAM CITY - 4230 FT                   5 PM FRI     0.32
BOUNTIFUL - 4760 FT                      8 PM FRI     0.31
NORTH OGDEN                              6 PM FRI     0.31
WEST WEBER - 4248 FT                     7 AM SAT     0.23
ROY - 4457 FT                            9 AM FRI     0.22
CENTERVILLE - 4216 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.16
TREMONTON - 4331 FT                      8 PM FRI     0.15
SOUTH OGDEN - 4777 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.11
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                 7 PM FRI     0.10
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            8 PM FRI     0.09
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4802 FT                  7 AM SAT     0.07
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT               7 PM FRI     0.05
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       8 PM FRI     0.03
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    8 PM FRI     0.01
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.01
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.01
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.01
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.01
CLEARFIELD UDOT - 4685 FT                7 PM FRI     0.01
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.01
OGDEN - 4285 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.01
LAYTON - 4770 FT                         7 PM FRI     0.01
ROY - 4373 FT                            7 PM FRI     0.01
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.01

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
STOCKTON - 5087 FT                       7 AM SAT     0.62
TAYLORSVILLE - 4482 FT                   7 AM SAT     0.51
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS - 5138 FT             7 AM SAT     0.43
SANDY - 4637 FT                          7 AM SAT     0.35
TOOELE - 5070 FT                         5 PM FRI     0.31
RIVERTON - 4534 FT                       7 AM SAT     0.24
GRANTSVILLE 2 W - 4480 FT                5 AM SAT     0.19
HOLLADAY - 4540 FT                       7 AM SAT     0.18
SALT LAKE CITY - 4568 FT                 7 AM SAT     0.15
SALT LAKE CITY - 5102 FT                 7 PM FRI     0.15
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                 7 PM FRI     0.14
MAGNA - 4375 FT                          7 AM SAT     0.13
SALT LAKE CITY - 5088 FT                 7 AM SAT     0.12
TAYLORSVILLE-BENNION - 4594 FT           7 AM SAT     0.12
TRANS-JORDAN LANDFILL - 5201 FT          8 PM FRI     0.11
SANDY - 4712 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.11
HERRIMAN - 5062 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.10
ROCKY - 5970 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.10
HOLLADAY - 4516 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.08
HOLLADAY - 4344 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.06
VERNON - 5639 FT                         7 PM FRI     0.05
SALT LAKE CITY - 4753 FT                 7 PM FRI     0.04
SANDY - 5161 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.04
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                   8 PM FRI     0.03
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            8 PM FRI     0.03
NORTH HOLLADAY - 4600 FT                 8 PM FRI     0.03
TOOELE 2 - 4318 FT                       8 PM FRI     0.01
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         8 PM FRI     0.01

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
LEHI - 4800 FT                           7 AM SAT     0.19
PROVO BYU - 4570 FT                      5 PM FRI     0.13
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4655 FT               7 PM FRI     0.11
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT          8 PM FRI     0.10
OREM - 4728 FT                           7 PM FRI     0.07
PROVO - 4641 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.03
SPANISH FORK POWER HOUSE - 4720 FT       5 PM FRI     0.03
SPANISH FORK - 4738 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.02
PAYSON - 4652 FT                        12 PM FRI     0.02
SARATOGA SPRINGS 1W - 7544 FT            8 PM FRI     0.01
SPANISH FORK - 4734 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.01
TICKVILLE - 5191 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.01

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
BOTHWELL - 4790 FT                       7 AM SAT     1.51
ARAGONITE - 5030 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.59
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        7 PM FRI     0.09
VERNON CREEK NEAR VERNON 8SE - 6226 FT   7 PM FRI     0.09
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 8 PM FRI     0.06
BLUE CREEK - 5170 FT                     8 PM FRI     0.03
CLIFTON FLAT - 6384 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.02
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT               8 PM FRI     0.01
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
EDEN - 4947 FT                           7 AM SAT     0.41
DEER CREEK DAM - 5270 FT                 5 AM SAT     0.25
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT        8 PM FRI     0.22
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.20
EDEN - 5337 FT                           5 PM FRI     0.13
SWANSONS ENV CENTER - 5700 FT            8 PM FRI     0.11
COALVILLE - 5673 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.07
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        7 PM FRI     0.04
MORGAN - 5059 FT                         7 PM FRI     0.02
MORGAN UDOT - 5105 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.29
MANTUA - 5899 FT                         7 PM FRI     0.25
RANDOLPH - 6270 FT                       5 AM SAT     0.17
HARDWARE RANCH - 5564 FT                 8 PM FRI     0.08
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       8 PM FRI     0.07
LAKETOWN UDOT - 5991 FT                  7 PM FRI     0.05
LAKETOWN - 5980 FT                       5 PM FRI     0.05
LAKETOWN - 5959 FT                       8 PM FRI     0.02
RANDOLPH - 6264 FT                       8 PM FRI     0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
ALTA - 8730 FT                           5 PM FRI     0.15
SUNDANCE - 7503 FT                       8 PM FRI     0.11
TIMPANOGOS CAVE - 7999 FT                7 PM FRI     0.01

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
YELLOWSTONE DRAINAGE - 7800 FT           8 PM FRI     0.74
YELLOWSTONE RIVER NR ALTONAH - 7506 FT   8 PM FRI     0.55
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.42
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           8 PM FRI     0.38
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        8 PM FRI     0.27
MOON LAKE - 8150 FT                      8 PM FRI     0.27
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 7 PM FRI     0.19
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         8 PM FRI     0.15
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         8 PM FRI     0.15
WEBER RIVER NR OAKLEY 7NNE - 6653 FT     7 PM FRI     0.13
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.11
BEAR RIVER - 8536 FT                     8 PM FRI     0.06
OAKLEY - 7800 FT                         8 PM FRI     0.04
WEST FORK BLACKSMITHS FORK - 9620 FT     8 PM FRI     0.01

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
BAER #10 RED BULL - 8360 FT              8 PM FRI     0.74
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      8 PM FRI     0.31
HORSE RIDGE - 8480 FT                    8 PM FRI     0.17
BRUIN POINT - 10200 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.12
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                    8 PM FRI     0.11
MANTI - PORTABLE #1 - 6085 FT            7 PM FRI     0.04
HELPER CARBON PLANT - 6100 FT            5 AM SAT     0.03

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
ALTAMONT - 6370 FT                       5 AM SAT     0.83
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT            7 PM FRI     0.38
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.35
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      7 PM FRI     0.27
DUCHESNE - 5520 FT                       5 PM FRI     0.24
MYTON - 5080 FT                          5 AM SAT     0.12

...CASTLE COUNTRY...
CARBON COUNTY AIRPORT - 5922 FT          8 PM FRI     0.04
FERRON - 5930 FT                         5 AM SAT     0.02

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
FLATTOP MOUNTAIN - 6120 FT               7 PM FRI     0.05
SAN RAFAEL NR GREEN RIVER - 4200 FT      7 PM FRI     0.01

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
VENICE - 5244 FT                         8 PM FRI     0.18
MONROE - 5364 FT                         8 PM FRI     0.02
MONROE - 5322 FT                         7 PM FRI     0.01

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
FILLMORE - 5120 FT                       5 PM FRI     0.11
OAK CITY - 5135 FT                       7 AM SAT     0.08
FISH SPRINGS REFUGE - 4335 FT            5 AM SAT     0.08
OAK CITY - 5135 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.07
OAK CITY - 5138 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.07
SIXMILE RIDGE - 5075 FT                  7 AM SAT     0.05
MUD SPRING - 5902 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.04
DELTA MUNI AIRPORT - 4750 FT             7 PM FRI     0.03
FILLMORE PORT #2 - 5691 FT               7 PM FRI     0.01

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
BRIMSTONE RESERVOIR - 5620 FT            7 PM FRI     0.27
CEDAR CITY - 6090 FT                     5 AM SAT     0.24
CEDAR CITY                               8 AM SAT     0.22
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT      8 PM FRI     0.20
NEW HARMONY - 5625 FT                    5 AM SAT     0.15
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        7 PM FRI     0.09
CEDAR CITY AIRPORT - 5627 FT             8 PM FRI     0.07
ENTERPRISE - 5384 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.06
CEDAR CITY - 5895 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.06
CEDAR CITY 3W - 5529 FT                  8 PM FRI     0.03
ENTERPRISE - 5340 FT                     8 PM FRI     0.03

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ZION NATIONAL PARK - 4050 FT             5 AM SAT     0.45
ZION NATIONAL PARK - 5741 FT             8 PM FRI     0.33
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.17
WHITE REEF - 3440 FT                     8 PM FRI     0.04
FT PIERCE WASH NR ST. GEORGE - 2810 FT   7 PM FRI     0.02
ST GEORGE - 2770 FT                      5 AM SAT     0.01

...SOUTH CENTRAL UTAH...
APPLE VALLEY - 4757 FT                   8 AM SAT     0.12

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
FREMONT INDIAN SP - 5920 FT              5 AM SAT     0.32
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    8 PM FRI     0.31
FLOWELL - 4735 FT                        8 PM FRI     0.22
GRASSY LAKE NR EPHRAIM - 8880 FT         8 PM FRI     0.19
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.18
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.17
OAK CITY - 5081 FT                       5 AM SAT     0.07
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          7 PM FRI     0.03
BLACK CEDAR - 6480 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.01

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
LAVA POINT RAWS - 7890 FT                7 PM FRI     0.19
LOA - 7070 FT                            5 AM SAT     0.16
CIRCLEVILLE - 6079 FT                    7 AM SAT     0.15
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              7 PM FRI     0.14
GARDNER PEAK - 8350 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.10
WILLOW GULCH - 6840 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.10
ASSAY - 8100 FT                          8 PM FRI     0.05
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      8 PM FRI     0.04
TOM BEST SPRING - 7718 FT                8 PM FRI     0.02
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              8 PM FRI     0.02
BRYCE CANYON AIRPORT - 7585 FT           8 PM FRI     0.01
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.01
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 7 PM FRI     0.01

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         8 PM FRI     0.53
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT       8 PM FRI     0.48
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.30


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000
NOUS45 KSLC 231515
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
909 AM MDT SAT MAY 23 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

PRECIPITATION REPORTS RECEIVED OVER THE LAST 48 HOURS.

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
HYDE PARK - 4513 FT                      8 AM SAT     1.71
LOGAN - 4805 FT                          8 AM SAT     0.65
PROVIDENCE - 4528 FT                     8 AM SAT     0.63
HYDE PARK                               11 PM FRI     0.59
RICHMOND - 4576 FT                       7 AM SAT     0.49
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          8 PM FRI     0.45
LOGAN RADIO - 4470 FT                    5 AM SAT     0.28
LOGAN RIVER ABV STATE DAM - 4805 FT      8 PM FRI     0.10
LOGAN - 4465 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.10
LOGAN - 4806 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.06
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                  7 PM FRI     0.06
LBW SOUTHFORK - 5095 FT                  8 PM FRI     0.03
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.03
PROVIDENCE - EVANS FARM - 4535 FT        8 PM FRI     0.01

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                8 PM FRI     0.99
NORTH OGDEN - 4392 FT                    7 AM SAT     0.73
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                7 PM FRI     0.70
BOTHWELL - 4343 FT                       7 AM SAT     0.69
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.60
GARLAND 1 SE - 4328 FT                   7 AM SAT     0.52
CENTERVILLE - 4445 FT                    4 PM FRI     0.43
PERRY - 4491 FT                          6 AM SAT     0.34
BRIGHAM CITY - 4230 FT                   5 PM FRI     0.32
BOUNTIFUL - 4760 FT                      8 PM FRI     0.31
NORTH OGDEN                              6 PM FRI     0.31
WEST WEBER - 4248 FT                     7 AM SAT     0.23
ROY - 4457 FT                            9 AM FRI     0.22
CENTERVILLE - 4216 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.16
TREMONTON - 4331 FT                      8 PM FRI     0.15
SOUTH OGDEN - 4777 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.11
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                 7 PM FRI     0.10
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            8 PM FRI     0.09
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4802 FT                  7 AM SAT     0.07
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT               7 PM FRI     0.05
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       8 PM FRI     0.03
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    8 PM FRI     0.01
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.01
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.01
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.01
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.01
CLEARFIELD UDOT - 4685 FT                7 PM FRI     0.01
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.01
OGDEN - 4285 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.01
LAYTON - 4770 FT                         7 PM FRI     0.01
ROY - 4373 FT                            7 PM FRI     0.01
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.01

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
STOCKTON - 5087 FT                       7 AM SAT     0.62
TAYLORSVILLE - 4482 FT                   7 AM SAT     0.51
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS - 5138 FT             7 AM SAT     0.43
SANDY - 4637 FT                          7 AM SAT     0.35
TOOELE - 5070 FT                         5 PM FRI     0.31
RIVERTON - 4534 FT                       7 AM SAT     0.24
GRANTSVILLE 2 W - 4480 FT                5 AM SAT     0.19
HOLLADAY - 4540 FT                       7 AM SAT     0.18
SALT LAKE CITY - 4568 FT                 7 AM SAT     0.15
SALT LAKE CITY - 5102 FT                 7 PM FRI     0.15
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                 7 PM FRI     0.14
MAGNA - 4375 FT                          7 AM SAT     0.13
SALT LAKE CITY - 5088 FT                 7 AM SAT     0.12
TAYLORSVILLE-BENNION - 4594 FT           7 AM SAT     0.12
TRANS-JORDAN LANDFILL - 5201 FT          8 PM FRI     0.11
SANDY - 4712 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.11
HERRIMAN - 5062 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.10
ROCKY - 5970 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.10
HOLLADAY - 4516 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.08
HOLLADAY - 4344 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.06
VERNON - 5639 FT                         7 PM FRI     0.05
SALT LAKE CITY - 4753 FT                 7 PM FRI     0.04
SANDY - 5161 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.04
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                   8 PM FRI     0.03
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            8 PM FRI     0.03
NORTH HOLLADAY - 4600 FT                 8 PM FRI     0.03
TOOELE 2 - 4318 FT                       8 PM FRI     0.01
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         8 PM FRI     0.01

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
LEHI - 4800 FT                           7 AM SAT     0.19
PROVO BYU - 4570 FT                      5 PM FRI     0.13
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4655 FT               7 PM FRI     0.11
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT          8 PM FRI     0.10
OREM - 4728 FT                           7 PM FRI     0.07
PROVO - 4641 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.03
SPANISH FORK POWER HOUSE - 4720 FT       5 PM FRI     0.03
SPANISH FORK - 4738 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.02
PAYSON - 4652 FT                        12 PM FRI     0.02
SARATOGA SPRINGS 1W - 7544 FT            8 PM FRI     0.01
SPANISH FORK - 4734 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.01
TICKVILLE - 5191 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.01

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
BOTHWELL - 4790 FT                       7 AM SAT     1.51
ARAGONITE - 5030 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.59
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        7 PM FRI     0.09
VERNON CREEK NEAR VERNON 8SE - 6226 FT   7 PM FRI     0.09
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 8 PM FRI     0.06
BLUE CREEK - 5170 FT                     8 PM FRI     0.03
CLIFTON FLAT - 6384 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.02
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT               8 PM FRI     0.01
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
EDEN - 4947 FT                           7 AM SAT     0.41
DEER CREEK DAM - 5270 FT                 5 AM SAT     0.25
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT        8 PM FRI     0.22
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.20
EDEN - 5337 FT                           5 PM FRI     0.13
SWANSONS ENV CENTER - 5700 FT            8 PM FRI     0.11
COALVILLE - 5673 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.07
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        7 PM FRI     0.04
MORGAN - 5059 FT                         7 PM FRI     0.02
MORGAN UDOT - 5105 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.29
MANTUA - 5899 FT                         7 PM FRI     0.25
RANDOLPH - 6270 FT                       5 AM SAT     0.17
HARDWARE RANCH - 5564 FT                 8 PM FRI     0.08
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       8 PM FRI     0.07
LAKETOWN UDOT - 5991 FT                  7 PM FRI     0.05
LAKETOWN - 5980 FT                       5 PM FRI     0.05
LAKETOWN - 5959 FT                       8 PM FRI     0.02
RANDOLPH - 6264 FT                       8 PM FRI     0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
ALTA - 8730 FT                           5 PM FRI     0.15
SUNDANCE - 7503 FT                       8 PM FRI     0.11
TIMPANOGOS CAVE - 7999 FT                7 PM FRI     0.01

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
YELLOWSTONE DRAINAGE - 7800 FT           8 PM FRI     0.74
YELLOWSTONE RIVER NR ALTONAH - 7506 FT   8 PM FRI     0.55
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.42
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           8 PM FRI     0.38
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        8 PM FRI     0.27
MOON LAKE - 8150 FT                      8 PM FRI     0.27
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 7 PM FRI     0.19
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         8 PM FRI     0.15
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         8 PM FRI     0.15
WEBER RIVER NR OAKLEY 7NNE - 6653 FT     7 PM FRI     0.13
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.11
BEAR RIVER - 8536 FT                     8 PM FRI     0.06
OAKLEY - 7800 FT                         8 PM FRI     0.04
WEST FORK BLACKSMITHS FORK - 9620 FT     8 PM FRI     0.01

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
BAER #10 RED BULL - 8360 FT              8 PM FRI     0.74
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      8 PM FRI     0.31
HORSE RIDGE - 8480 FT                    8 PM FRI     0.17
BRUIN POINT - 10200 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.12
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                    8 PM FRI     0.11
MANTI - PORTABLE #1 - 6085 FT            7 PM FRI     0.04
HELPER CARBON PLANT - 6100 FT            5 AM SAT     0.03

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
ALTAMONT - 6370 FT                       5 AM SAT     0.83
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT            7 PM FRI     0.38
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.35
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      7 PM FRI     0.27
DUCHESNE - 5520 FT                       5 PM FRI     0.24
MYTON - 5080 FT                          5 AM SAT     0.12

...CASTLE COUNTRY...
CARBON COUNTY AIRPORT - 5922 FT          8 PM FRI     0.04
FERRON - 5930 FT                         5 AM SAT     0.02

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
FLATTOP MOUNTAIN - 6120 FT               7 PM FRI     0.05
SAN RAFAEL NR GREEN RIVER - 4200 FT      7 PM FRI     0.01

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
VENICE - 5244 FT                         8 PM FRI     0.18
MONROE - 5364 FT                         8 PM FRI     0.02
MONROE - 5322 FT                         7 PM FRI     0.01

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
FILLMORE - 5120 FT                       5 PM FRI     0.11
OAK CITY - 5135 FT                       7 AM SAT     0.08
FISH SPRINGS REFUGE - 4335 FT            5 AM SAT     0.08
OAK CITY - 5135 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.07
OAK CITY - 5138 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.07
SIXMILE RIDGE - 5075 FT                  7 AM SAT     0.05
MUD SPRING - 5902 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.04
DELTA MUNI AIRPORT - 4750 FT             7 PM FRI     0.03
FILLMORE PORT #2 - 5691 FT               7 PM FRI     0.01

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
BRIMSTONE RESERVOIR - 5620 FT            7 PM FRI     0.27
CEDAR CITY - 6090 FT                     5 AM SAT     0.24
CEDAR CITY                               8 AM SAT     0.22
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT      8 PM FRI     0.20
NEW HARMONY - 5625 FT                    5 AM SAT     0.15
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        7 PM FRI     0.09
CEDAR CITY AIRPORT - 5627 FT             8 PM FRI     0.07
ENTERPRISE - 5384 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.06
CEDAR CITY - 5895 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.06
CEDAR CITY 3W - 5529 FT                  8 PM FRI     0.03
ENTERPRISE - 5340 FT                     8 PM FRI     0.03

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ZION NATIONAL PARK - 4050 FT             5 AM SAT     0.45
ZION NATIONAL PARK - 5741 FT             8 PM FRI     0.33
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.17
WHITE REEF - 3440 FT                     8 PM FRI     0.04
FT PIERCE WASH NR ST. GEORGE - 2810 FT   7 PM FRI     0.02
ST GEORGE - 2770 FT                      5 AM SAT     0.01

...SOUTH CENTRAL UTAH...
APPLE VALLEY - 4757 FT                   8 AM SAT     0.12

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
FREMONT INDIAN SP - 5920 FT              5 AM SAT     0.32
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    8 PM FRI     0.31
FLOWELL - 4735 FT                        8 PM FRI     0.22
GRASSY LAKE NR EPHRAIM - 8880 FT         8 PM FRI     0.19
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.18
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.17
OAK CITY - 5081 FT                       5 AM SAT     0.07
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          7 PM FRI     0.03
BLACK CEDAR - 6480 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.01

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
LAVA POINT RAWS - 7890 FT                7 PM FRI     0.19
LOA - 7070 FT                            5 AM SAT     0.16
CIRCLEVILLE - 6079 FT                    7 AM SAT     0.15
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              7 PM FRI     0.14
GARDNER PEAK - 8350 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.10
WILLOW GULCH - 6840 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.10
ASSAY - 8100 FT                          8 PM FRI     0.05
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      8 PM FRI     0.04
TOM BEST SPRING - 7718 FT                8 PM FRI     0.02
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              8 PM FRI     0.02
BRYCE CANYON AIRPORT - 7585 FT           8 PM FRI     0.01
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.01
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 7 PM FRI     0.01

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         8 PM FRI     0.53
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT       8 PM FRI     0.48
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.30


$$


000
NOUS43 KSGF 231440
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-241438

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
938 AM CDT SAT MAY 23 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Douglas   Ava                    69  41   0.00
Barry     Roaring River SP       67  56   0.03
Webster   Niangua                67  47   0.00
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            68  42   0.00
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            M   53   T
Stone     Crane 4N               67  56   0.00
Benton    Edwards 6W             66  56   0.00
Morgan    Gravois Mills          70  59   0.00

$$



Frye



000
NOUS43 KSGF 231440
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-241438

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
938 AM CDT SAT MAY 23 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Douglas   Ava                    69  41   0.00
Barry     Roaring River SP       67  56   0.03
Webster   Niangua                67  47   0.00
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            68  42   0.00
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            M   53   T
Stone     Crane 4N               67  56   0.00
Benton    Edwards 6W             66  56   0.00
Morgan    Gravois Mills          70  59   0.00

$$



Frye


000
NOUS43 KSGF 231440
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-241438

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
938 AM CDT SAT MAY 23 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Douglas   Ava                    69  41   0.00
Barry     Roaring River SP       67  56   0.03
Webster   Niangua                67  47   0.00
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            68  42   0.00
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            M   53   T
Stone     Crane 4N               67  56   0.00
Benton    Edwards 6W             66  56   0.00
Morgan    Gravois Mills          70  59   0.00

$$



Frye



000
NOUS43 KSGF 231440
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-241438

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
938 AM CDT SAT MAY 23 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Douglas   Ava                    69  41   0.00
Barry     Roaring River SP       67  56   0.03
Webster   Niangua                67  47   0.00
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            68  42   0.00
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            M   53   T
Stone     Crane 4N               67  56   0.00
Benton    Edwards 6W             66  56   0.00
Morgan    Gravois Mills          70  59   0.00

$$



Frye


000
NOUS43 KGLD 231200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT SAT MAY 23 2015

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

IN 2008, A LARGE WEDGE TORNADO DEVELOPED ABOUT 9 MILES SOUTH OF
QUINTER IN GOVE COUNTY KANASAS AND MOVED NORTH, EVENTUALLY DISSIPATING
2 MILES SOUTHEAST OF PARK. THIS TORNADO CAUSED EXTENSIVE DAMAGE TO
SEVERAL HOMES, INCLUDING EF4 DAMAGE TO ONE HOME WHICH WAS COMPLETELY
DESTROYED. A CAR AND A PICKUP TRUCK WERE TOSSED OR BOUNCED 200 YARDS
AT THE RESIDENCE. NEARBY, TWO OTHER HOMES SUFFERED EXTENSIVE DAMAGE.
THIS TORNADO CAUSED TWO INJURIES, INCLUDING THE DRIVER OF A VEHICLE
WHICH WAS THROWN OFF INTERSTATE 70, AND A MAN ATTEMPTING TO
GET INTO HIS STORM CELLAR WHEN HE WAS STRUCK BY FLYING DEBRIS.

IN 2011, LIGHTNING STRUCK THE TRANSMITTER TOWER OF KNGN RADIO IN MCCOOK, NEBRASKA.  THE STATION WAS OFF THE AIR FOR SEVERAL DAYS AWAITING REPAIRS TO THE MAIN AND BACKUP POWER SOURCES.

$$



000
NOUS43 KGLD 231200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT SAT MAY 23 2015

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

IN 2008, A LARGE WEDGE TORNADO DEVELOPED ABOUT 9 MILES SOUTH OF
QUINTER IN GOVE COUNTY KANASAS AND MOVED NORTH, EVENTUALLY DISSIPATING
2 MILES SOUTHEAST OF PARK. THIS TORNADO CAUSED EXTENSIVE DAMAGE TO
SEVERAL HOMES, INCLUDING EF4 DAMAGE TO ONE HOME WHICH WAS COMPLETELY
DESTROYED. A CAR AND A PICKUP TRUCK WERE TOSSED OR BOUNCED 200 YARDS
AT THE RESIDENCE. NEARBY, TWO OTHER HOMES SUFFERED EXTENSIVE DAMAGE.
THIS TORNADO CAUSED TWO INJURIES, INCLUDING THE DRIVER OF A VEHICLE
WHICH WAS THROWN OFF INTERSTATE 70, AND A MAN ATTEMPTING TO
GET INTO HIS STORM CELLAR WHEN HE WAS STRUCK BY FLYING DEBRIS.

IN 2011, LIGHTNING STRUCK THE TRANSMITTER TOWER OF KNGN RADIO IN MCCOOK, NEBRASKA.  THE STATION WAS OFF THE AIR FOR SEVERAL DAYS AWAITING REPAIRS TO THE MAIN AND BACKUP POWER SOURCES.

$$



000
NOUS43 KGLD 231200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT SAT MAY 23 2015

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

IN 2008, A LARGE WEDGE TORNADO DEVELOPED ABOUT 9 MILES SOUTH OF
QUINTER IN GOVE COUNTY KANASAS AND MOVED NORTH, EVENTUALLY DISSIPATING
2 MILES SOUTHEAST OF PARK. THIS TORNADO CAUSED EXTENSIVE DAMAGE TO
SEVERAL HOMES, INCLUDING EF4 DAMAGE TO ONE HOME WHICH WAS COMPLETELY
DESTROYED. A CAR AND A PICKUP TRUCK WERE TOSSED OR BOUNCED 200 YARDS
AT THE RESIDENCE. NEARBY, TWO OTHER HOMES SUFFERED EXTENSIVE DAMAGE.
THIS TORNADO CAUSED TWO INJURIES, INCLUDING THE DRIVER OF A VEHICLE
WHICH WAS THROWN OFF INTERSTATE 70, AND A MAN ATTEMPTING TO
GET INTO HIS STORM CELLAR WHEN HE WAS STRUCK BY FLYING DEBRIS.

IN 2011, LIGHTNING STRUCK THE TRANSMITTER TOWER OF KNGN RADIO IN MCCOOK, NEBRASKA.  THE STATION WAS OFF THE AIR FOR SEVERAL DAYS AWAITING REPAIRS TO THE MAIN AND BACKUP POWER SOURCES.

$$


000
NOUS45 KSLC 230238
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
835 PM MDT FRI MAY 22 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

CONVECTIVE SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS DELIVERED PRECIPITATION
ACROSS THE STATE ONCE AGAIN TODAY. BELOW ARE 24-HOUR TOTALS AS
OF 8PM.

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
HYDE PARK - 4513 FT                      8 AM FRI     0.72
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          8 PM FRI     0.45
BENSON - 4428 FT                         8 AM FRI     0.45
HYDE PARK - 4515 FT                      9 AM FRI     0.35
LOGAN - 4805 FT                          5 AM FRI     0.23
NORTH LOGAN - 4749 FT                    8 AM FRI     0.19
PROVIDENCE - 4528 FT                     8 AM FRI     0.17
LOGAN RIVER ABV STATE DAM - 4805 FT      8 PM FRI     0.10
LOGAN - 4465 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.10
LOGAN - 4806 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.06
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                  7 PM FRI     0.06
RICHMOND - 4576 FT                       6 AM FRI     0.04
LBW SOUTHFORK - 5095 FT                  8 PM FRI     0.03
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.03
PROVIDENCE - EVANS FARM - 4535 FT        8 PM FRI     0.01

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                8 PM FRI     0.99
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                7 PM FRI     0.70
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.60
CENTERVILLE - 4445 FT                    4 PM FRI     0.43
BRIGHAM CITY - 4230 FT                   5 PM FRI     0.32
BOUNTIFUL - 4760 FT                      8 PM FRI     0.31
NORTH OGDEN                              6 PM FRI     0.31
ROY                                      9 PM THU     0.29
ROY - 4457 FT                            9 AM FRI     0.22
NORTH OGDEN - 4392 FT                    7 AM FRI     0.18
CENTERVILLE - 4216 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.16
WEST HAVEN - 4239 FT                     7 AM FRI     0.16
TREMONTON - 4331 FT                      8 PM FRI     0.15
SOUTH OGDEN - 4777 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.11
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                 7 PM FRI     0.10
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            8 PM FRI     0.09
BOUNTIFUL - 5085 FT                      7 AM FRI     0.06
GARLAND 1 SE - 4328 FT                   6 AM FRI     0.06
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT               7 PM FRI     0.05
WEST WEBER - 4248 FT                     7 AM FRI     0.04
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       8 PM FRI     0.03
WEST BOUNTIFUL - 4231 FT                 9 AM FRI     0.03
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    8 PM FRI     0.01
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.01
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.01
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.01
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.01
OGDEN - 4285 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.01
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.01
CLEARFIELD UDOT - 4685 FT                7 PM FRI     0.01
LAYTON - 4770 FT                         7 PM FRI     0.01
ROY - 4373 FT                            7 PM FRI     0.01
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.01

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
TOOELE - 5070 FT                         5 PM FRI     0.31
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS - 5230 FT             7 AM FRI     0.22
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS - 5138 FT             7 AM FRI     0.20
SALT LAKE CITY - 5102 FT                 7 PM FRI     0.15
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                 7 PM FRI     0.14
TRANS-JORDAN LANDFILL - 5201 FT          8 PM FRI     0.11
SANDY - 4712 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.11
HERRIMAN - 5062 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.10
ROCKY - 5970 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.10
STOCKTON - 5087 FT                       7 AM FRI     0.09
HOLLADAY - 4516 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.08
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4317 FT               8 AM FRI     0.07
SANDY - 4637 FT                          7 AM FRI     0.07
HOLLADAY - 4344 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.06
VERNON - 5639 FT                         7 PM FRI     0.05
SALT LAKE CITY - 4753 FT                 7 PM FRI     0.04
SANDY - 5161 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.04
MAGNA - 4375 FT                          7 AM FRI     0.04
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                   8 PM FRI     0.03
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            8 PM FRI     0.03
NORTH HOLLADAY - 4600 FT                 8 PM FRI     0.03
HOLLADAY - 4540 FT                       7 AM FRI     0.03
HOLLADAY - 4456 FT                       9 AM FRI     0.02
SALT LAKE CITY - 4590 FT                 7 AM FRI     0.02
RIVERTON - 4534 FT                       6 AM FRI     0.02
TOOELE 2 - 4318 FT                       8 PM FRI     0.01
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         8 PM FRI     0.01

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
PROVO BYU - 4570 FT                      5 PM FRI     0.13
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4655 FT               7 PM FRI     0.11
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT          8 PM FRI     0.10
OREM - 4728 FT                           7 PM FRI     0.07
SPANISH FORK - 4580 FT                   7 AM FRI     0.06
PROVO - 4641 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.03
SPANISH FORK POWER HOUSE - 4720 FT       5 PM FRI     0.03
SPANISH FORK - 4738 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.02
PAYSON - 4652 FT                        12 PM FRI     0.02
SARATOGA SPRINGS 1W - 7544 FT            8 PM FRI     0.01
SPANISH FORK - 4734 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.01
TICKVILLE - 5191 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.01

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
ARAGONITE - 5030 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.59
WEST OF WILDCAT MTN - 4259 FT           12 AM FRI     0.35
ROMEO & CENTERLINE - 4308 FT            12 AM FRI     0.26
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT               12 AM FRI     0.10
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        7 PM FRI     0.09
VERNON CREEK NEAR VERNON 8SE - 6226 FT   7 PM FRI     0.09
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 8 PM FRI     0.06
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT              12 AM FRI     0.06
CAUSEWAY - 4246 FT                      12 AM FRI     0.05
INTERSTATE 80 - 4125 FT                 12 AM FRI     0.05
BLUE CREEK - 5170 FT                     8 PM FRI     0.03
TARGET R - 4311 FT                      12 AM FRI     0.03
SALT FLATS - 4265 FT                    12 AM FRI     0.03
TARGET S - 4349 FT                      12 AM FRI     0.03
CLIFTON FLAT - 6384 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.02
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                  12 AM FRI     0.02
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT               8 PM FRI     0.01
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.01
DITTO - 4345 FT                         12 AM FRI     0.01
PLAYA STATION - 4280 FT                 12 AM FRI     0.01
ENGLISH VILLAGE - 4788 FT               12 AM FRI     0.01
BAKER LAB - 4294 FT                     12 AM FRI     0.01
CALLAO - 4530 FT                        12 AM FRI     0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT        8 PM FRI     0.22
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.20
EDEN - 5337 FT                           5 PM FRI     0.13
SWANSONS ENV CENTER - 5700 FT            8 PM FRI     0.11
MORGAN - 5092 FT                         7 AM FRI     0.11
COALVILLE - 5673 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.07
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        7 PM FRI     0.04
MORGAN - 5059 FT                         7 PM FRI     0.02
MORGAN UDOT - 5105 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.29
MANTUA - 5899 FT                         7 PM FRI     0.25
HARDWARE RANCH - 5564 FT                 8 PM FRI     0.08
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       8 PM FRI     0.07
LAKETOWN UDOT - 5991 FT                  7 PM FRI     0.05
LAKETOWN - 5980 FT                       5 PM FRI     0.05
LAKETOWN - 5959 FT                       8 PM FRI     0.02
RANDOLPH - 6264 FT                       8 PM FRI     0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
ALTA - 8730 FT                           5 PM FRI     0.15
SUNDANCE - 7503 FT                       8 PM FRI     0.11
TIMPANOGOS CAVE - 7999 FT                7 PM FRI     0.01

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
YELLOWSTONE DRAINAGE - 7800 FT           8 PM FRI     0.74
YELLOWSTONE RIVER NR ALTONAH - 7506 FT   8 PM FRI     0.55
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.42
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           8 PM FRI     0.38
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        8 PM FRI     0.27
MOON LAKE - 8150 FT                      8 PM FRI     0.27
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 7 PM FRI     0.19
HEBER CITY 10 ESE - 8305 FT              6 AM FRI     0.19
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         8 PM FRI     0.15
WEBER RIVER NR OAKLEY 7NNE - 6653 FT     7 PM FRI     0.13
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.11
BEAR RIVER - 8536 FT                     8 PM FRI     0.06
OAKLEY - 7800 FT                         8 PM FRI     0.04
WEST FORK BLACKSMITHS FORK - 9620 FT     8 PM FRI     0.01

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
BAER #10 RED BULL - 8360 FT              8 PM FRI     0.74
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      8 PM FRI     0.31
HORSE RIDGE - 8480 FT                    8 PM FRI     0.17
BRUIN POINT - 10200 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.12
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                    8 PM FRI     0.11
MANTI - PORTABLE #1 - 6085 FT            7 PM FRI     0.04

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT            7 PM FRI     0.38
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.35
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      7 PM FRI     0.27
DUCHESNE - 5520 FT                       5 PM FRI     0.24
ROOSEVELT - 5167 FT                      8 AM FRI     0.03

...CASTLE COUNTRY...
CARBON COUNTY AIRPORT - 5922 FT          8 PM FRI     0.04

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
FLATTOP MOUNTAIN - 6120 FT               7 PM FRI     0.05
SAN RAFAEL NR GREEN RIVER - 4200 FT      7 PM FRI     0.01

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
VENICE - 5244 FT                         8 PM FRI     0.18
MONROE - 5364 FT                         8 PM FRI     0.02
MONROE - 5322 FT                         7 PM FRI     0.01

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
FILLMORE - 5120 FT                       5 PM FRI     0.11
OAK CITY - 5135 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.07
OAK CITY - 5138 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.07
MUD SPRING - 5902 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.04
DELTA MUNI AIRPORT - 4750 FT             7 PM FRI     0.03
FILLMORE PORT #2 - 5691 FT               7 PM FRI     0.01

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
BRIMSTONE RESERVOIR - 5620 FT            7 PM FRI     0.27
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT      8 PM FRI     0.20
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        7 PM FRI     0.09
CEDAR CITY AIRPORT - 5627 FT             8 PM FRI     0.07
ENTERPRISE - 5384 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.06
CEDAR CITY - 5895 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.06
CEDAR CITY 3W - 5529 FT                  8 PM FRI     0.03
ENTERPRISE - 5340 FT                     8 PM FRI     0.03

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ZION NATIONAL PARK - 5741 FT             8 PM FRI     0.33
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.17
WHITE REEF - 3440 FT                     8 PM FRI     0.04
FT PIERCE WASH NR ST. GEORGE - 2810 FT   7 PM FRI     0.02

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    8 PM FRI     0.31
FLOWELL - 4735 FT                        8 PM FRI     0.22
GRASSY LAKE NR EPHRAIM - 8880 FT         8 PM FRI     0.19
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.18
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.17
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          7 PM FRI     0.03
BLACK CEDAR - 6480 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.01

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
LAVA POINT RAWS - 7890 FT                7 PM FRI     0.19
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              7 PM FRI     0.14
GARDNER PEAK - 8350 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.10
WILLOW GULCH - 6840 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.10
ASSAY - 8100 FT                          8 PM FRI     0.05
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      8 PM FRI     0.04
TOM BEST SPRING - 7718 FT                8 PM FRI     0.02
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              8 PM FRI     0.02
BRYCE CANYON AIRPORT - 7585 FT           8 PM FRI     0.01
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.01
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 7 PM FRI     0.01

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         8 PM FRI     0.53
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT       8 PM FRI     0.48
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.30


$$


000
NOUS45 KSLC 230238
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
835 PM MDT FRI MAY 22 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

CONVECTIVE SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS DELIVERED PRECIPITATION
ACROSS THE STATE ONCE AGAIN TODAY. BELOW ARE 24-HOUR TOTALS AS
OF 8PM.

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
HYDE PARK - 4513 FT                      8 AM FRI     0.72
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          8 PM FRI     0.45
BENSON - 4428 FT                         8 AM FRI     0.45
HYDE PARK - 4515 FT                      9 AM FRI     0.35
LOGAN - 4805 FT                          5 AM FRI     0.23
NORTH LOGAN - 4749 FT                    8 AM FRI     0.19
PROVIDENCE - 4528 FT                     8 AM FRI     0.17
LOGAN RIVER ABV STATE DAM - 4805 FT      8 PM FRI     0.10
LOGAN - 4465 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.10
LOGAN - 4806 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.06
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                  7 PM FRI     0.06
RICHMOND - 4576 FT                       6 AM FRI     0.04
LBW SOUTHFORK - 5095 FT                  8 PM FRI     0.03
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.03
PROVIDENCE - EVANS FARM - 4535 FT        8 PM FRI     0.01

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                8 PM FRI     0.99
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                7 PM FRI     0.70
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.60
CENTERVILLE - 4445 FT                    4 PM FRI     0.43
BRIGHAM CITY - 4230 FT                   5 PM FRI     0.32
BOUNTIFUL - 4760 FT                      8 PM FRI     0.31
NORTH OGDEN                              6 PM FRI     0.31
ROY                                      9 PM THU     0.29
ROY - 4457 FT                            9 AM FRI     0.22
NORTH OGDEN - 4392 FT                    7 AM FRI     0.18
CENTERVILLE - 4216 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.16
WEST HAVEN - 4239 FT                     7 AM FRI     0.16
TREMONTON - 4331 FT                      8 PM FRI     0.15
SOUTH OGDEN - 4777 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.11
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                 7 PM FRI     0.10
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            8 PM FRI     0.09
BOUNTIFUL - 5085 FT                      7 AM FRI     0.06
GARLAND 1 SE - 4328 FT                   6 AM FRI     0.06
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT               7 PM FRI     0.05
WEST WEBER - 4248 FT                     7 AM FRI     0.04
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       8 PM FRI     0.03
WEST BOUNTIFUL - 4231 FT                 9 AM FRI     0.03
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    8 PM FRI     0.01
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.01
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.01
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.01
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.01
OGDEN - 4285 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.01
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.01
CLEARFIELD UDOT - 4685 FT                7 PM FRI     0.01
LAYTON - 4770 FT                         7 PM FRI     0.01
ROY - 4373 FT                            7 PM FRI     0.01
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.01

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
TOOELE - 5070 FT                         5 PM FRI     0.31
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS - 5230 FT             7 AM FRI     0.22
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS - 5138 FT             7 AM FRI     0.20
SALT LAKE CITY - 5102 FT                 7 PM FRI     0.15
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                 7 PM FRI     0.14
TRANS-JORDAN LANDFILL - 5201 FT          8 PM FRI     0.11
SANDY - 4712 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.11
HERRIMAN - 5062 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.10
ROCKY - 5970 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.10
STOCKTON - 5087 FT                       7 AM FRI     0.09
HOLLADAY - 4516 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.08
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4317 FT               8 AM FRI     0.07
SANDY - 4637 FT                          7 AM FRI     0.07
HOLLADAY - 4344 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.06
VERNON - 5639 FT                         7 PM FRI     0.05
SALT LAKE CITY - 4753 FT                 7 PM FRI     0.04
SANDY - 5161 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.04
MAGNA - 4375 FT                          7 AM FRI     0.04
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                   8 PM FRI     0.03
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            8 PM FRI     0.03
NORTH HOLLADAY - 4600 FT                 8 PM FRI     0.03
HOLLADAY - 4540 FT                       7 AM FRI     0.03
HOLLADAY - 4456 FT                       9 AM FRI     0.02
SALT LAKE CITY - 4590 FT                 7 AM FRI     0.02
RIVERTON - 4534 FT                       6 AM FRI     0.02
TOOELE 2 - 4318 FT                       8 PM FRI     0.01
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         8 PM FRI     0.01

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
PROVO BYU - 4570 FT                      5 PM FRI     0.13
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4655 FT               7 PM FRI     0.11
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT          8 PM FRI     0.10
OREM - 4728 FT                           7 PM FRI     0.07
SPANISH FORK - 4580 FT                   7 AM FRI     0.06
PROVO - 4641 FT                          7 PM FRI     0.03
SPANISH FORK POWER HOUSE - 4720 FT       5 PM FRI     0.03
SPANISH FORK - 4738 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.02
PAYSON - 4652 FT                        12 PM FRI     0.02
SARATOGA SPRINGS 1W - 7544 FT            8 PM FRI     0.01
SPANISH FORK - 4734 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.01
TICKVILLE - 5191 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.01

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
ARAGONITE - 5030 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.59
WEST OF WILDCAT MTN - 4259 FT           12 AM FRI     0.35
ROMEO & CENTERLINE - 4308 FT            12 AM FRI     0.26
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT               12 AM FRI     0.10
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        7 PM FRI     0.09
VERNON CREEK NEAR VERNON 8SE - 6226 FT   7 PM FRI     0.09
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 8 PM FRI     0.06
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT              12 AM FRI     0.06
CAUSEWAY - 4246 FT                      12 AM FRI     0.05
INTERSTATE 80 - 4125 FT                 12 AM FRI     0.05
BLUE CREEK - 5170 FT                     8 PM FRI     0.03
TARGET R - 4311 FT                      12 AM FRI     0.03
SALT FLATS - 4265 FT                    12 AM FRI     0.03
TARGET S - 4349 FT                      12 AM FRI     0.03
CLIFTON FLAT - 6384 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.02
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                  12 AM FRI     0.02
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT               8 PM FRI     0.01
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.01
DITTO - 4345 FT                         12 AM FRI     0.01
PLAYA STATION - 4280 FT                 12 AM FRI     0.01
ENGLISH VILLAGE - 4788 FT               12 AM FRI     0.01
BAKER LAB - 4294 FT                     12 AM FRI     0.01
CALLAO - 4530 FT                        12 AM FRI     0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT        8 PM FRI     0.22
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.20
EDEN - 5337 FT                           5 PM FRI     0.13
SWANSONS ENV CENTER - 5700 FT            8 PM FRI     0.11
MORGAN - 5092 FT                         7 AM FRI     0.11
COALVILLE - 5673 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.07
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        7 PM FRI     0.04
MORGAN - 5059 FT                         7 PM FRI     0.02
MORGAN UDOT - 5105 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.29
MANTUA - 5899 FT                         7 PM FRI     0.25
HARDWARE RANCH - 5564 FT                 8 PM FRI     0.08
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       8 PM FRI     0.07
LAKETOWN UDOT - 5991 FT                  7 PM FRI     0.05
LAKETOWN - 5980 FT                       5 PM FRI     0.05
LAKETOWN - 5959 FT                       8 PM FRI     0.02
RANDOLPH - 6264 FT                       8 PM FRI     0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
ALTA - 8730 FT                           5 PM FRI     0.15
SUNDANCE - 7503 FT                       8 PM FRI     0.11
TIMPANOGOS CAVE - 7999 FT                7 PM FRI     0.01

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
YELLOWSTONE DRAINAGE - 7800 FT           8 PM FRI     0.74
YELLOWSTONE RIVER NR ALTONAH - 7506 FT   8 PM FRI     0.55
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.42
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           8 PM FRI     0.38
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        8 PM FRI     0.27
MOON LAKE - 8150 FT                      8 PM FRI     0.27
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 7 PM FRI     0.19
HEBER CITY 10 ESE - 8305 FT              6 AM FRI     0.19
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         8 PM FRI     0.15
WEBER RIVER NR OAKLEY 7NNE - 6653 FT     7 PM FRI     0.13
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.11
BEAR RIVER - 8536 FT                     8 PM FRI     0.06
OAKLEY - 7800 FT                         8 PM FRI     0.04
WEST FORK BLACKSMITHS FORK - 9620 FT     8 PM FRI     0.01

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
BAER #10 RED BULL - 8360 FT              8 PM FRI     0.74
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      8 PM FRI     0.31
HORSE RIDGE - 8480 FT                    8 PM FRI     0.17
BRUIN POINT - 10200 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.12
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                    8 PM FRI     0.11
MANTI - PORTABLE #1 - 6085 FT            7 PM FRI     0.04

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT            7 PM FRI     0.38
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.35
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      7 PM FRI     0.27
DUCHESNE - 5520 FT                       5 PM FRI     0.24
ROOSEVELT - 5167 FT                      8 AM FRI     0.03

...CASTLE COUNTRY...
CARBON COUNTY AIRPORT - 5922 FT          8 PM FRI     0.04

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
FLATTOP MOUNTAIN - 6120 FT               7 PM FRI     0.05
SAN RAFAEL NR GREEN RIVER - 4200 FT      7 PM FRI     0.01

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
VENICE - 5244 FT                         8 PM FRI     0.18
MONROE - 5364 FT                         8 PM FRI     0.02
MONROE - 5322 FT                         7 PM FRI     0.01

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
FILLMORE - 5120 FT                       5 PM FRI     0.11
OAK CITY - 5135 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.07
OAK CITY - 5138 FT                       7 PM FRI     0.07
MUD SPRING - 5902 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.04
DELTA MUNI AIRPORT - 4750 FT             7 PM FRI     0.03
FILLMORE PORT #2 - 5691 FT               7 PM FRI     0.01

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
BRIMSTONE RESERVOIR - 5620 FT            7 PM FRI     0.27
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT      8 PM FRI     0.20
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        7 PM FRI     0.09
CEDAR CITY AIRPORT - 5627 FT             8 PM FRI     0.07
ENTERPRISE - 5384 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.06
CEDAR CITY - 5895 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.06
CEDAR CITY 3W - 5529 FT                  8 PM FRI     0.03
ENTERPRISE - 5340 FT                     8 PM FRI     0.03

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ZION NATIONAL PARK - 5741 FT             8 PM FRI     0.33
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.17
WHITE REEF - 3440 FT                     8 PM FRI     0.04
FT PIERCE WASH NR ST. GEORGE - 2810 FT   7 PM FRI     0.02

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    8 PM FRI     0.31
FLOWELL - 4735 FT                        8 PM FRI     0.22
GRASSY LAKE NR EPHRAIM - 8880 FT         8 PM FRI     0.19
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.18
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     7 PM FRI     0.17
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          7 PM FRI     0.03
BLACK CEDAR - 6480 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.01

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
LAVA POINT RAWS - 7890 FT                7 PM FRI     0.19
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              7 PM FRI     0.14
GARDNER PEAK - 8350 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.10
WILLOW GULCH - 6840 FT                   7 PM FRI     0.10
ASSAY - 8100 FT                          8 PM FRI     0.05
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      8 PM FRI     0.04
TOM BEST SPRING - 7718 FT                8 PM FRI     0.02
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              8 PM FRI     0.02
BRYCE CANYON AIRPORT - 7585 FT           8 PM FRI     0.01
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      7 PM FRI     0.01
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 7 PM FRI     0.01

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         8 PM FRI     0.53
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT       8 PM FRI     0.48
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    7 PM FRI     0.30


$$



000
NOUS45 KPUB 222259
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-222359

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
459 PM MDT FRI MAY 22 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 72
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 47
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... .14
                    PEAK WIND GUST...27 MPH FROM THE
                    SOUTHEAST AT 416 PM MDT.

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 67
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 43
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... .82
                    PEAK WIND GUST...27 MPH FROM THE
                    SOUTH AT 431 PM MDT.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 65
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 36
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... .03
                    PEAK WIND GUST...35 MPH FROM THE
                    SOUTH AT 239 PM MDT.


$$


000
NOUS45 KPUB 222259
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-222359

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
459 PM MDT FRI MAY 22 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 72
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 47
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... .14
                    PEAK WIND GUST...27 MPH FROM THE
                    SOUTHEAST AT 416 PM MDT.

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 67
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 43
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... .82
                    PEAK WIND GUST...27 MPH FROM THE
                    SOUTH AT 431 PM MDT.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 65
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 36
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... .03
                    PEAK WIND GUST...35 MPH FROM THE
                    SOUTH AT 239 PM MDT.


$$


000
NOUS45 KPUB 222259
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-222359

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
459 PM MDT FRI MAY 22 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 72
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 47
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... .14
                    PEAK WIND GUST...27 MPH FROM THE
                    SOUTHEAST AT 416 PM MDT.

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 67
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 43
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... .82
                    PEAK WIND GUST...27 MPH FROM THE
                    SOUTH AT 431 PM MDT.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 65
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 36
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... .03
                    PEAK WIND GUST...35 MPH FROM THE
                    SOUTH AT 239 PM MDT.


$$


000
NOUS45 KPUB 222259
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-222359

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
459 PM MDT FRI MAY 22 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 72
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 47
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... .14
                    PEAK WIND GUST...27 MPH FROM THE
                    SOUTHEAST AT 416 PM MDT.

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 67
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 43
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... .82
                    PEAK WIND GUST...27 MPH FROM THE
                    SOUTH AT 431 PM MDT.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 65
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 36
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... .03
                    PEAK WIND GUST...35 MPH FROM THE
                    SOUTH AT 239 PM MDT.


$$


000
NOUS45 KGJT 222157
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
355 PM MDT FRI MAY 22 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION REPORTS FROM
WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH. TIMES OF THE REPORTS ARE NOTED
WITH EACH REPORT.  AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.


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

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

COLORADO

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N    2.0   657 AM  5/22  COCORAHS

...LA PLATA COUNTY...
   ROCKWOOD 6.7 N         2.0   741 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   ROCKWOOD 6.9 NNW       1.9   847 AM  5/22  COCORAHS


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

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

COLORADO

...ARCHULETA COUNTY...
   PAGOSA SPRINGS 2.5 W  0.55   708 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   PAGOSA SPRINGS 4.2 W  0.46   705 AM  5/22  COCORAHS

...DELTA COUNTY...
   HOTCHKISS 5.1 WNW     0.29   646 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   CEDAREDGE 1.0 NE      0.22   759 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   PAONIA 2.1 SSE        0.20   725 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   PAONIA 1SW            0.20   800 AM  5/22  W CO COOP SITE
   HOTCHKISS 7.1 WNW     0.18   704 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   ECKERT 1.1 SW         0.17   718 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   PAONIA 1.3 NNW        0.16   851 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 1.8 NNE     0.15   843 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   CEDAREDGE 2.3 W       0.12   646 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   DELTA 3.9 S           0.09   746 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   DELTA 1.6 ESE         0.07   701 AM  5/22  COCORAHS

...DOLORES COUNTY...
   DOVE CREEK 12.4 SSW   0.02   653 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   NORTHDALE             0.01   730 AM  5/22  W CO COOP SITE

...EAGLE COUNTY...
   GYPSUM 1.9 SSW        0.68   715 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2.3 N         0.61   716 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2N            0.61   800 AM  5/22  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   BASALT 5.8 E          0.46   816 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 5.7 E      0.42   659 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   EDWARDS 1.3 WNW       0.32   822 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   AVON 2N               0.29   700 AM  5/22  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   VAIL 2.6 E            0.26   806 AM  5/22  COCORAHS

...GARFIELD COUNTY...
   GLENWOOD SPGS 7.0 NW  1.00   804 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPGS 1.4 S   0.73   800 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPGS .64 S   0.72   712 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 4.6 NNE    0.49   734 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPGS 5.3 SSE 0.42   706 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 0.3 WNW    0.36   707 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 0.5 W      0.35   551 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   SILT 1E               0.27   800 AM  5/22  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   RIFLE 3ENE            0.19   800 AM  5/22  W CO COOP SITE
   RIFLE 3.2 ENE         0.19   734 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   RIFLE 0.9 NE          0.14   709 AM  5/22  COCORAHS

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N   0.35   657 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   CRESTED BUTTE         0.20  1021 AM  5/22  W CO COOP SITE
   PITKIN 1.1 SW         0.20   905 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   PARLIN 2.7 ESE        0.10   744 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   CIMARRON 11.2 S       0.07   713 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 6.6 N        0.04   720 AM  5/22  COCORAHS

...LA PLATA COUNTY...
   ROCKWOOD 6.9 NNW      0.58   847 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   ROCKWOOD 6.7 N        0.54   741 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   HERMOSA 2.8 E         0.53   847 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 5.7 SW       0.52   818 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 10 NNE        0.52   711 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 7.1 WSW       0.42   652 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 6.9 S        0.42   717 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 7.1 N         0.40   907 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 13.3 SSW     0.40   653 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 5.6 NNE      0.39   954 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 4.9 SE       0.36   614 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 4.8 WSW       0.36   835 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 0.7 NNE       0.36   946 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 7N           0.35   800 AM  5/22  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   HESPERUS 7.8 SW       0.35   656 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 1.5 SW        0.34   906 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   DURANGO               0.28   800 AM  5/22  W CO COOP SITE
   DURANGO .35 E         0.25   737 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 7.0 N        0.24   813 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 0.3 N        0.19   947 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   IGNACIO 8E            0.19   800 AM  5/22  W CO COOP SITE
   DURANGO 5S            0.18   830 AM  5/22  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   DURANGO 2.8 S         0.18   727 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 0.6 WSW      0.16   851 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   IGNACIO 6.9 NW        0.13   906 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   REDMESA 4.2 NW        0.13   808 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   IGNACIO 2.9 N         0.12   849 AM  5/22  COCORAHS

...MESA COUNTY...
   COLLBRAN 0.2 ESE      0.21   957 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   COLLBRAN              0.21   900 AM  5/22  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   COLLBRAN 2SW          0.15   900 AM  5/22  W CO COOP SITE
   WHITEWATER 4.2 SSE    0.11   659 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   PALISADE 3.3 ENE      0.10   634 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   PALISADE              0.10   800 AM  5/22  W CO COOP SITE
   MESA 6S               0.09   700 AM  5/22  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   PALISADE 1.4 SE       0.09   913 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 1.1 SSW     0.08   659 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 4.6 E       0.06   732 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 5NNW        0.05   800 AM  5/22  NWS EMPLOYEE
   GRAND JCT 4.1 ENE     0.05   724 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 0.6 WSW     0.05   815 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   FRUITA 4.5 NNE        0.04   611 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 2.7 N       0.04   826 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 4.1 W       0.03   716 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   MACK 5 NW             0.03   749 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 3.9 WSW     0.02   748 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 8NNW        0.02   726 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 3.9 SSE     0.02   719 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   GLADE PARK 17W        0.02   900 AM  5/22  W CO COOP SITE
   GRAND JCT 5.6 WSW     0.01   822 AM  5/22  COCORAHS

...MOFFAT COUNTY...
   DINOSAUR 1.5 ENE      0.33   735 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   DINOSAUR 0.3 SW       0.30   717 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   CRAIG 4SW             0.06   800 AM  5/22  W CO COOP SITE
   CRAIG 33N             0.05   900 AM  5/22  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CRAIG 30N             0.04   100 AM  5/22  W CO CRN SITE

...MONTEZUMA COUNTY...
   CORTEZ 7.8 WSW        0.25   841 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   DOLORES 4.8 ENE       0.13   939 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   DOLORES 3.9 SSW       0.10   627 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 2.3 NW         0.06   802 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   MESA VERDE NP         0.04   800 AM  5/22  W CO COOP SITE
   CORTEZ                0.01   900 AM  5/22  W CO COOP SITE

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   OLATHE 3.2 NNE        0.07   719 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   PARADOX 2N            0.07   700 AM  5/22  W CO COOP SITE
   MONTROSE 2.0 E        0.02   825 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.3 ENE      0.02   823 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 10.1 S       0.02   653 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 4.0 NW       0.02   805 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   BLACK CANYON NP       0.01   900 AM  5/22  W CO COOP SITE
   MONTROSE 1.6 E        0.01   728 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 3.9 WNW      0.01   829 AM  5/22  COCORAHS

...OURAY COUNTY...
   RIDGWAY               0.07   800 AM  5/22  W CO COOP SITE
   OURAY .23 NNW         0.06   648 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   OURAY                 0.06   740 AM  5/22  W CO COOP SITE
   RIDGWAY 3.3 NNW       0.06   729 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 17.1 SSE     0.04   913 AM  5/22  COCORAHS

...PITKIN COUNTY...
   SNOWMASS 7.0 W        0.44  1014 AM  5/22  COCORAHS

...RIO BLANCO COUNTY...
   RANGELY 1E            0.16   800 AM  5/22  W CO COOP SITE
   MEEKER                0.04   100 AM  5/22  AVIATION SITE

...ROUTT COUNTY...
   STEAMBOAT SPGS 2 ESE  0.29   702 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPGS 6.9 SW 0.28   732 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPGS 2.5 N  0.24   834 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPGS 1.2SE  0.24   748 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPGS 1.9 E  0.23   627 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   STMBOAT SPGS 1SE      0.22   759 AM  5/22  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   STEAMBOAT SPGS 1 SE   0.22   658 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   OAK CREEK 1.7 WNW     0.22   642 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   STEAMBT SPGS 0.7 ESE  0.22   706 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPGS        0.21   830 AM  5/22  W CO COOP SITE
   OAK CREEK 5.5 E       0.20   752 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   CLARK 0.7 NW          0.18   738 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPGS 0.9 N  0.14   709 AM  5/22  COCORAHS

...SAN MIGUEL COUNTY...
   SLICK ROCK 1.3 N      0.09   659 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   REDVALE 22.8 SW       0.02   907 AM  5/22  COCORAHS

UTAH

...GRAND COUNTY...
   CASTLE VALLEY 0.6 W   0.03   804 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   MOAB 1.3 NW           0.02   800 AM  5/22  COCORAHS

...SAN JUAN COUNTY...
   CEDAR POINT           0.05   800 AM  5/22  E UT COOP SITE
   MONTICELLO 2.3 SW     0.02   753 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   MONTICELLO #2         0.01   800 AM  5/22  E UT COOP SITE

...UINTAH COUNTY...
   VERNAL 1.2 SE         0.12   634 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   VERNAL 1S             0.12   730 AM  5/22  E UT COOP SITE
   FORT DUCHESNE         0.06   800 AM  5/22  E UT COOP SITE
   JENSEN 0.4 WSW        0.06   641 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   VERNAL                0.01   100 AM  5/22  AVIATION SITE

$$



000
NOUS45 KGJT 222157
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
355 PM MDT FRI MAY 22 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION REPORTS FROM
WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH. TIMES OF THE REPORTS ARE NOTED
WITH EACH REPORT.  AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.


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

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

COLORADO

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N    2.0   657 AM  5/22  COCORAHS

...LA PLATA COUNTY...
   ROCKWOOD 6.7 N         2.0   741 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   ROCKWOOD 6.9 NNW       1.9   847 AM  5/22  COCORAHS


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

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

COLORADO

...ARCHULETA COUNTY...
   PAGOSA SPRINGS 2.5 W  0.55   708 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   PAGOSA SPRINGS 4.2 W  0.46   705 AM  5/22  COCORAHS

...DELTA COUNTY...
   HOTCHKISS 5.1 WNW     0.29   646 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   CEDAREDGE 1.0 NE      0.22   759 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   PAONIA 2.1 SSE        0.20   725 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   PAONIA 1SW            0.20   800 AM  5/22  W CO COOP SITE
   HOTCHKISS 7.1 WNW     0.18   704 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   ECKERT 1.1 SW         0.17   718 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   PAONIA 1.3 NNW        0.16   851 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 1.8 NNE     0.15   843 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   CEDAREDGE 2.3 W       0.12   646 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   DELTA 3.9 S           0.09   746 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   DELTA 1.6 ESE         0.07   701 AM  5/22  COCORAHS

...DOLORES COUNTY...
   DOVE CREEK 12.4 SSW   0.02   653 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   NORTHDALE             0.01   730 AM  5/22  W CO COOP SITE

...EAGLE COUNTY...
   GYPSUM 1.9 SSW        0.68   715 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2.3 N         0.61   716 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2N            0.61   800 AM  5/22  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   BASALT 5.8 E          0.46   816 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 5.7 E      0.42   659 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   EDWARDS 1.3 WNW       0.32   822 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   AVON 2N               0.29   700 AM  5/22  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   VAIL 2.6 E            0.26   806 AM  5/22  COCORAHS

...GARFIELD COUNTY...
   GLENWOOD SPGS 7.0 NW  1.00   804 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPGS 1.4 S   0.73   800 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPGS .64 S   0.72   712 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 4.6 NNE    0.49   734 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPGS 5.3 SSE 0.42   706 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 0.3 WNW    0.36   707 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 0.5 W      0.35   551 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   SILT 1E               0.27   800 AM  5/22  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   RIFLE 3ENE            0.19   800 AM  5/22  W CO COOP SITE
   RIFLE 3.2 ENE         0.19   734 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   RIFLE 0.9 NE          0.14   709 AM  5/22  COCORAHS

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N   0.35   657 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   CRESTED BUTTE         0.20  1021 AM  5/22  W CO COOP SITE
   PITKIN 1.1 SW         0.20   905 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   PARLIN 2.7 ESE        0.10   744 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   CIMARRON 11.2 S       0.07   713 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 6.6 N        0.04   720 AM  5/22  COCORAHS

...LA PLATA COUNTY...
   ROCKWOOD 6.9 NNW      0.58   847 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   ROCKWOOD 6.7 N        0.54   741 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   HERMOSA 2.8 E         0.53   847 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 5.7 SW       0.52   818 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 10 NNE        0.52   711 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 7.1 WSW       0.42   652 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 6.9 S        0.42   717 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 7.1 N         0.40   907 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 13.3 SSW     0.40   653 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 5.6 NNE      0.39   954 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 4.9 SE       0.36   614 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 4.8 WSW       0.36   835 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 0.7 NNE       0.36   946 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 7N           0.35   800 AM  5/22  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   HESPERUS 7.8 SW       0.35   656 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 1.5 SW        0.34   906 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   DURANGO               0.28   800 AM  5/22  W CO COOP SITE
   DURANGO .35 E         0.25   737 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 7.0 N        0.24   813 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 0.3 N        0.19   947 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   IGNACIO 8E            0.19   800 AM  5/22  W CO COOP SITE
   DURANGO 5S            0.18   830 AM  5/22  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   DURANGO 2.8 S         0.18   727 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 0.6 WSW      0.16   851 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   IGNACIO 6.9 NW        0.13   906 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   REDMESA 4.2 NW        0.13   808 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   IGNACIO 2.9 N         0.12   849 AM  5/22  COCORAHS

...MESA COUNTY...
   COLLBRAN 0.2 ESE      0.21   957 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   COLLBRAN              0.21   900 AM  5/22  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   COLLBRAN 2SW          0.15   900 AM  5/22  W CO COOP SITE
   WHITEWATER 4.2 SSE    0.11   659 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   PALISADE 3.3 ENE      0.10   634 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   PALISADE              0.10   800 AM  5/22  W CO COOP SITE
   MESA 6S               0.09   700 AM  5/22  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   PALISADE 1.4 SE       0.09   913 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 1.1 SSW     0.08   659 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 4.6 E       0.06   732 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 5NNW        0.05   800 AM  5/22  NWS EMPLOYEE
   GRAND JCT 4.1 ENE     0.05   724 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 0.6 WSW     0.05   815 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   FRUITA 4.5 NNE        0.04   611 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 2.7 N       0.04   826 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 4.1 W       0.03   716 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   MACK 5 NW             0.03   749 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 3.9 WSW     0.02   748 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 8NNW        0.02   726 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 3.9 SSE     0.02   719 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   GLADE PARK 17W        0.02   900 AM  5/22  W CO COOP SITE
   GRAND JCT 5.6 WSW     0.01   822 AM  5/22  COCORAHS

...MOFFAT COUNTY...
   DINOSAUR 1.5 ENE      0.33   735 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   DINOSAUR 0.3 SW       0.30   717 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   CRAIG 4SW             0.06   800 AM  5/22  W CO COOP SITE
   CRAIG 33N             0.05   900 AM  5/22  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CRAIG 30N             0.04   100 AM  5/22  W CO CRN SITE

...MONTEZUMA COUNTY...
   CORTEZ 7.8 WSW        0.25   841 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   DOLORES 4.8 ENE       0.13   939 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   DOLORES 3.9 SSW       0.10   627 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 2.3 NW         0.06   802 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   MESA VERDE NP         0.04   800 AM  5/22  W CO COOP SITE
   CORTEZ                0.01   900 AM  5/22  W CO COOP SITE

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   OLATHE 3.2 NNE        0.07   719 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   PARADOX 2N            0.07   700 AM  5/22  W CO COOP SITE
   MONTROSE 2.0 E        0.02   825 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.3 ENE      0.02   823 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 10.1 S       0.02   653 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 4.0 NW       0.02   805 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   BLACK CANYON NP       0.01   900 AM  5/22  W CO COOP SITE
   MONTROSE 1.6 E        0.01   728 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 3.9 WNW      0.01   829 AM  5/22  COCORAHS

...OURAY COUNTY...
   RIDGWAY               0.07   800 AM  5/22  W CO COOP SITE
   OURAY .23 NNW         0.06   648 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   OURAY                 0.06   740 AM  5/22  W CO COOP SITE
   RIDGWAY 3.3 NNW       0.06   729 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 17.1 SSE     0.04   913 AM  5/22  COCORAHS

...PITKIN COUNTY...
   SNOWMASS 7.0 W        0.44  1014 AM  5/22  COCORAHS

...RIO BLANCO COUNTY...
   RANGELY 1E            0.16   800 AM  5/22  W CO COOP SITE
   MEEKER                0.04   100 AM  5/22  AVIATION SITE

...ROUTT COUNTY...
   STEAMBOAT SPGS 2 ESE  0.29   702 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPGS 6.9 SW 0.28   732 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPGS 2.5 N  0.24   834 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPGS 1.2SE  0.24   748 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPGS 1.9 E  0.23   627 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   STMBOAT SPGS 1SE      0.22   759 AM  5/22  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   STEAMBOAT SPGS 1 SE   0.22   658 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   OAK CREEK 1.7 WNW     0.22   642 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   STEAMBT SPGS 0.7 ESE  0.22   706 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPGS        0.21   830 AM  5/22  W CO COOP SITE
   OAK CREEK 5.5 E       0.20   752 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   CLARK 0.7 NW          0.18   738 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPGS 0.9 N  0.14   709 AM  5/22  COCORAHS

...SAN MIGUEL COUNTY...
   SLICK ROCK 1.3 N      0.09   659 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   REDVALE 22.8 SW       0.02   907 AM  5/22  COCORAHS

UTAH

...GRAND COUNTY...
   CASTLE VALLEY 0.6 W   0.03   804 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   MOAB 1.3 NW           0.02   800 AM  5/22  COCORAHS

...SAN JUAN COUNTY...
   CEDAR POINT           0.05   800 AM  5/22  E UT COOP SITE
   MONTICELLO 2.3 SW     0.02   753 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   MONTICELLO #2         0.01   800 AM  5/22  E UT COOP SITE

...UINTAH COUNTY...
   VERNAL 1.2 SE         0.12   634 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   VERNAL 1S             0.12   730 AM  5/22  E UT COOP SITE
   FORT DUCHESNE         0.06   800 AM  5/22  E UT COOP SITE
   JENSEN 0.4 WSW        0.06   641 AM  5/22  COCORAHS
   VERNAL                0.01   100 AM  5/22  AVIATION SITE

$$


000
NOUS46 KSEW 222000
PNSSEW

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
100 PM PST FRI MAY 22 2015

...EL NINO GROWING STRONGER...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICES CLIMATE PREDICTION CENTER (CPC) ISSUED
A COUPLE OF KEY RELEASES LAST WEEK REGARDING THE EVOLUTION OF EL
NINO. EL NINO IS GAINING STRENGTH.

HERE ARE TWO PRESENTATIONS THAT HIGHLIGHT THE CURRENT STATUS AND
OUTLOOK ON EL NINOS EVOLUTION THROUGH AT LEAST THE REST OF THIS
YEAR. (DISCLAIMER - MID YEAR EVOLUTION OF EL NINO SOUTHERN
OSCILLATION (ENSO) TENDS TO VARY WIDELY AND THE KEY TREND FOR THE
COMING WINTER BEGINS TO SHOW MORE CLEARLY BY SEPTEMBER.)

YET THE TREND OF LATE IS ENOUGH TO ENSURE EVERYONE IS AWARE OF THIS
SITUATION AS WE MOVE THROUGH THIS SUMMER AND INTO THIS WINTER.

BELOW ARE THE TWO PRESENTATIONS UPDATED THIS PAST WEEK BY THE CPC.
THERE IS A LOT OF SCIENCE IN THEM. THE BOTTOM LINE IS EL NINO IS
GAINING STRENGTH AND LOOKS TO BE IN PLACE INTO THIS COMING WINTER.

ENSO DIAGNOSTICS DISCUSSION

HTTP://WWW.CPC.NCEP.NOAA.GOV/PRODUCTS/ANALYSIS_MONITORING/ENSO_ADVISO
RY/ENSODISC.PDF

LATEST WEEKLY ENSO STATUS...EVOLUTION AND PREDICTION PRESENTATION

HTTP://WWW.CPC.NCEP/NOAA.GOV/PRODUCTS/ANALYSIS_MONITORING/LANINA/ENSO
_EVOLUTION-STATUS-FCSTS-WEB.PDF

THE LATEST CPC SEASONAL OUTLOOK FOR WASHINGTON STATE ISSUED
YESTERDAY CONTINUES TO SHOW GOOD ODDS ON WARMER THAN AVERAGE
TEMPERATURES AND TIPPING THE ODDS TO DRIER THAN NORMAL CONDITIONS
THIS SUMMER AND INTO THIS WINTER. IF THESE TRENDS HOLD TRUE...THIS
OUTLOOK IS NOT GOOD NEWS FOR THE WILDFIRE SEASON STATEWIDE AND THEN
A GOOD LIKELIHOOD OF ANOTHER LOWER THAN AVERAGE MOUNTAIN SNOWPACK
THIS COMING WINTER.

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE DROUGHT INFORMATION STATEMENT
ISSUED THIS MORNING HIGHLIGHTS SOME KEY ELEMENTS. MUCH OF THE LOWER
AND MID ELEVATION MOUNTAIN SNOW PACK HAS ALREADY MELTED. APRIL
THROUGH MID MAY PRECIPITATION HAS BEEN MUCH BELOW AVERAGE. RIVER
STREAM FLOWS ARE WELL BELOW NORMAL. WASHINGTON GOVERNOR JAY INSLEE
RECENTLY EXTENDED THE DROUGHT DECLARATION TO ALL OF THE STATE. SEE
HTTP://WWW.WRH.NOAA.GOV/SEW/HYDRO/SEADGTSEW FOR THE COMPLETE DROUGHT
STATEMENT.

UNLESS MUCH WETTER WEATHER DEVELOPS SOON...THE ENTIRE STATE WILL
HAVE A MUCH HIGHER RISK FOR WILDFIRES. EVERYONE NEEDS TO BE CAREFUL
REGARDING ANY BURNING MATERIALS OR FIREWORKS OUT OF DOORS THIS
SEASON. IF THE WARMER AND DRIER OUTLOOK FOR THIS WINTER DEVELOPS...
THEN WATER SUPPLIES MAY BE MORE LIMITED HEADING INTO THE SUMMER OF
2016 ALONG WITH A HEIGHTENED WILDFIRE THREAT.

BUEHNER/BOWER







000
NOUS46 KSEW 221904
PNSSEW

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
1200 PM PDT FRI MAY 22 2015

...MEMORIAL DAY WEATHER STATISTICS...

.SEA-TAC AIRPORT...

OBSERVATIONS BEGAN IN 1945

HIGHEST TEMPERATURE...87 DEGREES IN 1956
LOWEST TEMPERATURE...36 DEGREES IN 1951

LOWEST MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE...49 DEGREES IN 1980
HIGHEST MINIMUM TEMPERATURE...58 DEGREES IN 1992

MOST PRECIPITATION...0.53 INCHES IN 1980*

NORMAL HIGH TEMPERATURE...66 DEGREES**
NORMAL LOW TEMPERATURE...49 DEGREES**
NORMAL PRECIPITATION...0.06 INCHES**

CLIMATE DATA FOR THE PAST 10 MEMORIAL DAYS

YEAR        HIGH    LOW     PRECIP

2014(5/26)  65      52      0.00
2013(5/27)  62      52      0.38
2012(5/28)  62      50      TRACE
2011(5/30)  61      49      TRACE
2010(5/31)  65      52      0.31
2009(5/25)  69      47      0.00
2008(5/26)  68      51      0.00
2007(5/28)  64      46      0.00
2006(5/29)  64      50      0.00
2005(5/30)  64      54      0.00


.OLYMPIA AIRPORT...

OBSERVATIONS BEGAN IN 1948

HIGHEST TEMPERATURE...92 DEGREES IN 1956
LOWEST TEMPERATURE...33 DEGREES IN 1966

LOWEST MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE...53 DEGREES IN 1976*
HIGHEST MINIMUM TEMPERATURE...56 DEGREES IN 1983

MOST PRECIPITATION...1.00 INCH IN 1993

NORMAL HIGH TEMPERATURE...67 DEGREES**
NORMAL LOW TEMPERATURE...45 DEGREES**
NORMAL PRECIPITATION...0.07 INCHES**

CLIMATE DATA FOR THE PAST 10 MEMORIAL DAYS

YEAR        HIGH    LOW     PRECIP

2014(5/26)  63      43      0.01
2013(5/27)  61      51      0.51
2012(5/28)  61      42      TRACE
2011(5/30)  62      46      0.00
2010(5/31)  65      50      0.24
2009(5/25)  71      40      0.00
2008(5/26)  70      49      0.00
2007(5/28)  66      35      TRACE
2006(5/29)  62      45      TRACE
2005(5/30)  67      53      0.00


.QUILLAYUTE AIRPORT...

OBSERVATIONS BEGAN IN 1966

HIGHEST TEMPERATURE...74 DEGREES IN 1984
LOWEST TEMPERATURE...36 DEGREES IN 2009*

LOWEST MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE...52 DEGREES IN 2001*
HIGHEST MINIMUM TEMPERATURE...54 DEGREES IN 1983

MOST PRECIPITATION...1.11 INCHES IN 2013

NORMAL HIGH TEMPERATURE...61 DEGREES**
NORMAL LOW TEMPERATURE...45 DEGREES**
NORMAL PRECIPITATION...0.15 INCHES**

CLIMATE DATA FOR THE PAST 10 MEMORIAL DAYS

YEAR        HIGH    LOW     PRECIP

2014(5/26)  61      44      0.16
2013(5/27)  58      52      1.11
2012(5/28)  56      41      0.07
2011(5/30)  56      45      0.00
2010(5/31)  55      50      0.65
2009(5/25)  61      36      0.00
2008(5/26)  56      48      0.00
2007(5/28)  58      43      0.00
2006(5/29)  61      45      0.06
2005(5/30)  61      52      0.01


.HOQUIAM AIRPORT...

OBSERVATIONS BEGAN IN 1953

HIGHEST TEMPERATURE...79 DEGREES IN 1956
LOWEST TEMPERATURE...39 DEGREES IN 1970

LOWEST MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE...52 DEGREES IN 1980
HIGHEST MINIMUM TEMPERATURE...57 DEGREES IN 1992

MOST PRECIPITATION...0.71 INCHES IN 1958

NORMAL HIGH TEMPERATURE...61 DEGREES**
NORMAL LOW TEMPERATURE...48 DEGREES**
NORMAL PRECIPITATION...0.10 INCHES**

CLIMATE DATA FOR THE PAST 10 MEMORIAL DAYS

YEAR        HIGH    LOW     PRECIP

2014(5/26)  61      46      0.09
2013(5/27)  57      51      0.10
2012(5/28)  57      45      0.04
2011(5/30)  59      45      0.03
2010(5/31)  55      51      0.05
2009(5/25)  58      48      0.00
2008(5/26)  57      49      0.00
2007(5/28)  62      48      0.00
2006(5/29)  59      48      0.08
2005(5/30)  61      55      0.00


.BELLINGHAM AIRPORT...

OBSERVATIONS BEGAN IN 1949

HIGHEST TEMPERATURE...85 DEGREES IN 1956
LOWEST TEMPERATURE...37 DEGREES IN 1953

LOWEST MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE...52 DEGREES IN 1980
HIGHEST MINIMUM TEMPERATURE...56 DEGREES IN 1993*

MOST PRECIPITATION...0.49 INCHES IN 1993

NORMAL HIGH TEMPERATURE...64 DEGREES**
NORMAL LOW TEMPERATURE...47 DEGREES**
NORMAL PRECIPITATION...0.08 INCHES**

CLIMATE DATA FOR THE PAST 10 MEMORIAL DAYS

YEAR        HIGH    LOW     PRECIP

2014(5/26)  62      49      0.02
2013(5/27)  60      48      0.26
2012(5/28)  62      52      TRACE
2011(5/30)  62      51      0.02
2010(5/31)  64      52      0.27
2009(5/25)  63      47      0.00
2008(5/26)  61      51      0.09
2007(5/28)  64      45      0.00
2006(5/29)  61      46      0.05
2005(5/30)  66      55      0.00


.WFO SEATTLE AT SANDPOINT...

OBSERVATIONS BEGAN IN 1986

HIGHEST TEMPERATURE...84 DEGREES IN 1995
LOWEST TEMPERATURE...45 DEGREES IN 2009*

LOWEST MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE...58 DEGREES IN 2001*
HIGHEST MINIMUM TEMPERATURE...58 DEGREES IN 1992

MOST PRECIPITATION...0.54 INCHES IN 1993

NORMAL HIGH TEMPERATURE...66 DEGREES**
NORMAL LOW TEMPERATURE...50 DEGREES**
NORMAL PRECIPITATION...0.08 INCHES**

CLIMATE DATA FOR THE PAST 10 MEMORIAL DAYS

YEAR        HIGH    LOW     PRECIP

2014(5/26)  67      53      TRACE
2013(5/27)  60      52      0.23
2012(5/28)  64      52      0.01
2011(5/30)  64      50      0.00
2010(5/31)  67      52      0.28
2009(5/25)  69      45      0.00
2008(5/26)  66      53      0.00
2007(5/28)  65      45      0.00
2006(5/29)  64      52      0.01
2005(5/30)  68      55      0.00


NORMAL TEMPS AND PRECIPITATION ARE THE 1981 TO 2010 CLIMATE NORMALS.
*RECORDS WERE TIED IN MULTIPLE YEARS WITH THE LATEST YEAR SHOWN.
**CLIMATE NORMALS ARE FOR MAY 25TH...MEMORIAL DAY FOR 2015.

$$
GRUB
















000
NOUS46 KSEW 221904
PNSSEW

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
1200 PM PDT FRI MAY 22 2015

...MEMORIAL DAY WEATHER STATISTICS...

.SEA-TAC AIRPORT...

OBSERVATIONS BEGAN IN 1945

HIGHEST TEMPERATURE...87 DEGREES IN 1956
LOWEST TEMPERATURE...36 DEGREES IN 1951

LOWEST MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE...49 DEGREES IN 1980
HIGHEST MINIMUM TEMPERATURE...58 DEGREES IN 1992

MOST PRECIPITATION...0.53 INCHES IN 1980*

NORMAL HIGH TEMPERATURE...66 DEGREES**
NORMAL LOW TEMPERATURE...49 DEGREES**
NORMAL PRECIPITATION...0.06 INCHES**

CLIMATE DATA FOR THE PAST 10 MEMORIAL DAYS

YEAR        HIGH    LOW     PRECIP

2014(5/26)  65      52      0.00
2013(5/27)  62      52      0.38
2012(5/28)  62      50      TRACE
2011(5/30)  61      49      TRACE
2010(5/31)  65      52      0.31
2009(5/25)  69      47      0.00
2008(5/26)  68      51      0.00
2007(5/28)  64      46      0.00
2006(5/29)  64      50      0.00
2005(5/30)  64      54      0.00


.OLYMPIA AIRPORT...

OBSERVATIONS BEGAN IN 1948

HIGHEST TEMPERATURE...92 DEGREES IN 1956
LOWEST TEMPERATURE...33 DEGREES IN 1966

LOWEST MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE...53 DEGREES IN 1976*
HIGHEST MINIMUM TEMPERATURE...56 DEGREES IN 1983

MOST PRECIPITATION...1.00 INCH IN 1993

NORMAL HIGH TEMPERATURE...67 DEGREES**
NORMAL LOW TEMPERATURE...45 DEGREES**
NORMAL PRECIPITATION...0.07 INCHES**

CLIMATE DATA FOR THE PAST 10 MEMORIAL DAYS

YEAR        HIGH    LOW     PRECIP

2014(5/26)  63      43      0.01
2013(5/27)  61      51      0.51
2012(5/28)  61      42      TRACE
2011(5/30)  62      46      0.00
2010(5/31)  65      50      0.24
2009(5/25)  71      40      0.00
2008(5/26)  70      49      0.00
2007(5/28)  66      35      TRACE
2006(5/29)  62      45      TRACE
2005(5/30)  67      53      0.00


.QUILLAYUTE AIRPORT...

OBSERVATIONS BEGAN IN 1966

HIGHEST TEMPERATURE...74 DEGREES IN 1984
LOWEST TEMPERATURE...36 DEGREES IN 2009*

LOWEST MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE...52 DEGREES IN 2001*
HIGHEST MINIMUM TEMPERATURE...54 DEGREES IN 1983

MOST PRECIPITATION...1.11 INCHES IN 2013

NORMAL HIGH TEMPERATURE...61 DEGREES**
NORMAL LOW TEMPERATURE...45 DEGREES**
NORMAL PRECIPITATION...0.15 INCHES**

CLIMATE DATA FOR THE PAST 10 MEMORIAL DAYS

YEAR        HIGH    LOW     PRECIP

2014(5/26)  61      44      0.16
2013(5/27)  58      52      1.11
2012(5/28)  56      41      0.07
2011(5/30)  56      45      0.00
2010(5/31)  55      50      0.65
2009(5/25)  61      36      0.00
2008(5/26)  56      48      0.00
2007(5/28)  58      43      0.00
2006(5/29)  61      45      0.06
2005(5/30)  61      52      0.01


.HOQUIAM AIRPORT...

OBSERVATIONS BEGAN IN 1953

HIGHEST TEMPERATURE...79 DEGREES IN 1956
LOWEST TEMPERATURE...39 DEGREES IN 1970

LOWEST MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE...52 DEGREES IN 1980
HIGHEST MINIMUM TEMPERATURE...57 DEGREES IN 1992

MOST PRECIPITATION...0.71 INCHES IN 1958

NORMAL HIGH TEMPERATURE...61 DEGREES**
NORMAL LOW TEMPERATURE...48 DEGREES**
NORMAL PRECIPITATION...0.10 INCHES**

CLIMATE DATA FOR THE PAST 10 MEMORIAL DAYS

YEAR        HIGH    LOW     PRECIP

2014(5/26)  61      46      0.09
2013(5/27)  57      51      0.10
2012(5/28)  57      45      0.04
2011(5/30)  59      45      0.03
2010(5/31)  55      51      0.05
2009(5/25)  58      48      0.00
2008(5/26)  57      49      0.00
2007(5/28)  62      48      0.00
2006(5/29)  59      48      0.08
2005(5/30)  61      55      0.00


.BELLINGHAM AIRPORT...

OBSERVATIONS BEGAN IN 1949

HIGHEST TEMPERATURE...85 DEGREES IN 1956
LOWEST TEMPERATURE...37 DEGREES IN 1953

LOWEST MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE...52 DEGREES IN 1980
HIGHEST MINIMUM TEMPERATURE...56 DEGREES IN 1993*

MOST PRECIPITATION...0.49 INCHES IN 1993

NORMAL HIGH TEMPERATURE...64 DEGREES**
NORMAL LOW TEMPERATURE...47 DEGREES**
NORMAL PRECIPITATION...0.08 INCHES**

CLIMATE DATA FOR THE PAST 10 MEMORIAL DAYS

YEAR        HIGH    LOW     PRECIP

2014(5/26)  62      49      0.02
2013(5/27)  60      48      0.26
2012(5/28)  62      52      TRACE
2011(5/30)  62      51      0.02
2010(5/31)  64      52      0.27
2009(5/25)  63      47      0.00
2008(5/26)  61      51      0.09
2007(5/28)  64      45      0.00
2006(5/29)  61      46      0.05
2005(5/30)  66      55      0.00


.WFO SEATTLE AT SANDPOINT...

OBSERVATIONS BEGAN IN 1986

HIGHEST TEMPERATURE...84 DEGREES IN 1995
LOWEST TEMPERATURE...45 DEGREES IN 2009*

LOWEST MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE...58 DEGREES IN 2001*
HIGHEST MINIMUM TEMPERATURE...58 DEGREES IN 1992

MOST PRECIPITATION...0.54 INCHES IN 1993

NORMAL HIGH TEMPERATURE...66 DEGREES**
NORMAL LOW TEMPERATURE...50 DEGREES**
NORMAL PRECIPITATION...0.08 INCHES**

CLIMATE DATA FOR THE PAST 10 MEMORIAL DAYS

YEAR        HIGH    LOW     PRECIP

2014(5/26)  67      53      TRACE
2013(5/27)  60      52      0.23
2012(5/28)  64      52      0.01
2011(5/30)  64      50      0.00
2010(5/31)  67      52      0.28
2009(5/25)  69      45      0.00
2008(5/26)  66      53      0.00
2007(5/28)  65      45      0.00
2006(5/29)  64      52      0.01
2005(5/30)  68      55      0.00


NORMAL TEMPS AND PRECIPITATION ARE THE 1981 TO 2010 CLIMATE NORMALS.
*RECORDS WERE TIED IN MULTIPLE YEARS WITH THE LATEST YEAR SHOWN.
**CLIMATE NORMALS ARE FOR MAY 25TH...MEMORIAL DAY FOR 2015.

$$
GRUB
















000
NOUS46 KSEW 221904
PNSSEW

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
1200 PM PDT FRI MAY 22 2015

...MEMORIAL DAY WEATHER STATISTICS...

.SEA-TAC AIRPORT...

OBSERVATIONS BEGAN IN 1945

HIGHEST TEMPERATURE...87 DEGREES IN 1956
LOWEST TEMPERATURE...36 DEGREES IN 1951

LOWEST MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE...49 DEGREES IN 1980
HIGHEST MINIMUM TEMPERATURE...58 DEGREES IN 1992

MOST PRECIPITATION...0.53 INCHES IN 1980*

NORMAL HIGH TEMPERATURE...66 DEGREES**
NORMAL LOW TEMPERATURE...49 DEGREES**
NORMAL PRECIPITATION...0.06 INCHES**

CLIMATE DATA FOR THE PAST 10 MEMORIAL DAYS

YEAR        HIGH    LOW     PRECIP

2014(5/26)  65      52      0.00
2013(5/27)  62      52      0.38
2012(5/28)  62      50      TRACE
2011(5/30)  61      49      TRACE
2010(5/31)  65      52      0.31
2009(5/25)  69      47      0.00
2008(5/26)  68      51      0.00
2007(5/28)  64      46      0.00
2006(5/29)  64      50      0.00
2005(5/30)  64      54      0.00


.OLYMPIA AIRPORT...

OBSERVATIONS BEGAN IN 1948

HIGHEST TEMPERATURE...92 DEGREES IN 1956
LOWEST TEMPERATURE...33 DEGREES IN 1966

LOWEST MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE...53 DEGREES IN 1976*
HIGHEST MINIMUM TEMPERATURE...56 DEGREES IN 1983

MOST PRECIPITATION...1.00 INCH IN 1993

NORMAL HIGH TEMPERATURE...67 DEGREES**
NORMAL LOW TEMPERATURE...45 DEGREES**
NORMAL PRECIPITATION...0.07 INCHES**

CLIMATE DATA FOR THE PAST 10 MEMORIAL DAYS

YEAR        HIGH    LOW     PRECIP

2014(5/26)  63      43      0.01
2013(5/27)  61      51      0.51
2012(5/28)  61      42      TRACE
2011(5/30)  62      46      0.00
2010(5/31)  65      50      0.24
2009(5/25)  71      40      0.00
2008(5/26)  70      49      0.00
2007(5/28)  66      35      TRACE
2006(5/29)  62      45      TRACE
2005(5/30)  67      53      0.00


.QUILLAYUTE AIRPORT...

OBSERVATIONS BEGAN IN 1966

HIGHEST TEMPERATURE...74 DEGREES IN 1984
LOWEST TEMPERATURE...36 DEGREES IN 2009*

LOWEST MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE...52 DEGREES IN 2001*
HIGHEST MINIMUM TEMPERATURE...54 DEGREES IN 1983

MOST PRECIPITATION...1.11 INCHES IN 2013

NORMAL HIGH TEMPERATURE...61 DEGREES**
NORMAL LOW TEMPERATURE...45 DEGREES**
NORMAL PRECIPITATION...0.15 INCHES**

CLIMATE DATA FOR THE PAST 10 MEMORIAL DAYS

YEAR        HIGH    LOW     PRECIP

2014(5/26)  61      44      0.16
2013(5/27)  58      52      1.11
2012(5/28)  56      41      0.07
2011(5/30)  56      45      0.00
2010(5/31)  55      50      0.65
2009(5/25)  61      36      0.00
2008(5/26)  56      48      0.00
2007(5/28)  58      43      0.00
2006(5/29)  61      45      0.06
2005(5/30)  61      52      0.01


.HOQUIAM AIRPORT...

OBSERVATIONS BEGAN IN 1953

HIGHEST TEMPERATURE...79 DEGREES IN 1956
LOWEST TEMPERATURE...39 DEGREES IN 1970

LOWEST MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE...52 DEGREES IN 1980
HIGHEST MINIMUM TEMPERATURE...57 DEGREES IN 1992

MOST PRECIPITATION...0.71 INCHES IN 1958

NORMAL HIGH TEMPERATURE...61 DEGREES**
NORMAL LOW TEMPERATURE...48 DEGREES**
NORMAL PRECIPITATION...0.10 INCHES**

CLIMATE DATA FOR THE PAST 10 MEMORIAL DAYS

YEAR        HIGH    LOW     PRECIP

2014(5/26)  61      46      0.09
2013(5/27)  57      51      0.10
2012(5/28)  57      45      0.04
2011(5/30)  59      45      0.03
2010(5/31)  55      51      0.05
2009(5/25)  58      48      0.00
2008(5/26)  57      49      0.00
2007(5/28)  62      48      0.00
2006(5/29)  59      48      0.08
2005(5/30)  61      55      0.00


.BELLINGHAM AIRPORT...

OBSERVATIONS BEGAN IN 1949

HIGHEST TEMPERATURE...85 DEGREES IN 1956
LOWEST TEMPERATURE...37 DEGREES IN 1953

LOWEST MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE...52 DEGREES IN 1980
HIGHEST MINIMUM TEMPERATURE...56 DEGREES IN 1993*

MOST PRECIPITATION...0.49 INCHES IN 1993

NORMAL HIGH TEMPERATURE...64 DEGREES**
NORMAL LOW TEMPERATURE...47 DEGREES**
NORMAL PRECIPITATION...0.08 INCHES**

CLIMATE DATA FOR THE PAST 10 MEMORIAL DAYS

YEAR        HIGH    LOW     PRECIP

2014(5/26)  62      49      0.02
2013(5/27)  60      48      0.26
2012(5/28)  62      52      TRACE
2011(5/30)  62      51      0.02
2010(5/31)  64      52      0.27
2009(5/25)  63      47      0.00
2008(5/26)  61      51      0.09
2007(5/28)  64      45      0.00
2006(5/29)  61      46      0.05
2005(5/30)  66      55      0.00


.WFO SEATTLE AT SANDPOINT...

OBSERVATIONS BEGAN IN 1986

HIGHEST TEMPERATURE...84 DEGREES IN 1995
LOWEST TEMPERATURE...45 DEGREES IN 2009*

LOWEST MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE...58 DEGREES IN 2001*
HIGHEST MINIMUM TEMPERATURE...58 DEGREES IN 1992

MOST PRECIPITATION...0.54 INCHES IN 1993

NORMAL HIGH TEMPERATURE...66 DEGREES**
NORMAL LOW TEMPERATURE...50 DEGREES**
NORMAL PRECIPITATION...0.08 INCHES**

CLIMATE DATA FOR THE PAST 10 MEMORIAL DAYS

YEAR        HIGH    LOW     PRECIP

2014(5/26)  67      53      TRACE
2013(5/27)  60      52      0.23
2012(5/28)  64      52      0.01
2011(5/30)  64      50      0.00
2010(5/31)  67      52      0.28
2009(5/25)  69      45      0.00
2008(5/26)  66      53      0.00
2007(5/28)  65      45      0.00
2006(5/29)  64      52      0.01
2005(5/30)  68      55      0.00


NORMAL TEMPS AND PRECIPITATION ARE THE 1981 TO 2010 CLIMATE NORMALS.
*RECORDS WERE TIED IN MULTIPLE YEARS WITH THE LATEST YEAR SHOWN.
**CLIMATE NORMALS ARE FOR MAY 25TH...MEMORIAL DAY FOR 2015.

$$
GRUB
















000
NOUS46 KSEW 221904
PNSSEW

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
1200 PM PDT FRI MAY 22 2015

...MEMORIAL DAY WEATHER STATISTICS...

.SEA-TAC AIRPORT...

OBSERVATIONS BEGAN IN 1945

HIGHEST TEMPERATURE...87 DEGREES IN 1956
LOWEST TEMPERATURE...36 DEGREES IN 1951

LOWEST MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE...49 DEGREES IN 1980
HIGHEST MINIMUM TEMPERATURE...58 DEGREES IN 1992

MOST PRECIPITATION...0.53 INCHES IN 1980*

NORMAL HIGH TEMPERATURE...66 DEGREES**
NORMAL LOW TEMPERATURE...49 DEGREES**
NORMAL PRECIPITATION...0.06 INCHES**

CLIMATE DATA FOR THE PAST 10 MEMORIAL DAYS

YEAR        HIGH    LOW     PRECIP

2014(5/26)  65      52      0.00
2013(5/27)  62      52      0.38
2012(5/28)  62      50      TRACE
2011(5/30)  61      49      TRACE
2010(5/31)  65      52      0.31
2009(5/25)  69      47      0.00
2008(5/26)  68      51      0.00
2007(5/28)  64      46      0.00
2006(5/29)  64      50      0.00
2005(5/30)  64      54      0.00


.OLYMPIA AIRPORT...

OBSERVATIONS BEGAN IN 1948

HIGHEST TEMPERATURE...92 DEGREES IN 1956
LOWEST TEMPERATURE...33 DEGREES IN 1966

LOWEST MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE...53 DEGREES IN 1976*
HIGHEST MINIMUM TEMPERATURE...56 DEGREES IN 1983

MOST PRECIPITATION...1.00 INCH IN 1993

NORMAL HIGH TEMPERATURE...67 DEGREES**
NORMAL LOW TEMPERATURE...45 DEGREES**
NORMAL PRECIPITATION...0.07 INCHES**

CLIMATE DATA FOR THE PAST 10 MEMORIAL DAYS

YEAR        HIGH    LOW     PRECIP

2014(5/26)  63      43      0.01
2013(5/27)  61      51      0.51
2012(5/28)  61      42      TRACE
2011(5/30)  62      46      0.00
2010(5/31)  65      50      0.24
2009(5/25)  71      40      0.00
2008(5/26)  70      49      0.00
2007(5/28)  66      35      TRACE
2006(5/29)  62      45      TRACE
2005(5/30)  67      53      0.00


.QUILLAYUTE AIRPORT...

OBSERVATIONS BEGAN IN 1966

HIGHEST TEMPERATURE...74 DEGREES IN 1984
LOWEST TEMPERATURE...36 DEGREES IN 2009*

LOWEST MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE...52 DEGREES IN 2001*
HIGHEST MINIMUM TEMPERATURE...54 DEGREES IN 1983

MOST PRECIPITATION...1.11 INCHES IN 2013

NORMAL HIGH TEMPERATURE...61 DEGREES**
NORMAL LOW TEMPERATURE...45 DEGREES**
NORMAL PRECIPITATION...0.15 INCHES**

CLIMATE DATA FOR THE PAST 10 MEMORIAL DAYS

YEAR        HIGH    LOW     PRECIP

2014(5/26)  61      44      0.16
2013(5/27)  58      52      1.11
2012(5/28)  56      41      0.07
2011(5/30)  56      45      0.00
2010(5/31)  55      50      0.65
2009(5/25)  61      36      0.00
2008(5/26)  56      48      0.00
2007(5/28)  58      43      0.00
2006(5/29)  61      45      0.06
2005(5/30)  61      52      0.01


.HOQUIAM AIRPORT...

OBSERVATIONS BEGAN IN 1953

HIGHEST TEMPERATURE...79 DEGREES IN 1956
LOWEST TEMPERATURE...39 DEGREES IN 1970

LOWEST MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE...52 DEGREES IN 1980
HIGHEST MINIMUM TEMPERATURE...57 DEGREES IN 1992

MOST PRECIPITATION...0.71 INCHES IN 1958

NORMAL HIGH TEMPERATURE...61 DEGREES**
NORMAL LOW TEMPERATURE...48 DEGREES**
NORMAL PRECIPITATION...0.10 INCHES**

CLIMATE DATA FOR THE PAST 10 MEMORIAL DAYS

YEAR        HIGH    LOW     PRECIP

2014(5/26)  61      46      0.09
2013(5/27)  57      51      0.10
2012(5/28)  57      45      0.04
2011(5/30)  59      45      0.03
2010(5/31)  55      51      0.05
2009(5/25)  58      48      0.00
2008(5/26)  57      49      0.00
2007(5/28)  62      48      0.00
2006(5/29)  59      48      0.08
2005(5/30)  61      55      0.00


.BELLINGHAM AIRPORT...

OBSERVATIONS BEGAN IN 1949

HIGHEST TEMPERATURE...85 DEGREES IN 1956
LOWEST TEMPERATURE...37 DEGREES IN 1953

LOWEST MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE...52 DEGREES IN 1980
HIGHEST MINIMUM TEMPERATURE...56 DEGREES IN 1993*

MOST PRECIPITATION...0.49 INCHES IN 1993

NORMAL HIGH TEMPERATURE...64 DEGREES**
NORMAL LOW TEMPERATURE...47 DEGREES**
NORMAL PRECIPITATION...0.08 INCHES**

CLIMATE DATA FOR THE PAST 10 MEMORIAL DAYS

YEAR        HIGH    LOW     PRECIP

2014(5/26)  62      49      0.02
2013(5/27)  60      48      0.26
2012(5/28)  62      52      TRACE
2011(5/30)  62      51      0.02
2010(5/31)  64      52      0.27
2009(5/25)  63      47      0.00
2008(5/26)  61      51      0.09
2007(5/28)  64      45      0.00
2006(5/29)  61      46      0.05
2005(5/30)  66      55      0.00


.WFO SEATTLE AT SANDPOINT...

OBSERVATIONS BEGAN IN 1986

HIGHEST TEMPERATURE...84 DEGREES IN 1995
LOWEST TEMPERATURE...45 DEGREES IN 2009*

LOWEST MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE...58 DEGREES IN 2001*
HIGHEST MINIMUM TEMPERATURE...58 DEGREES IN 1992

MOST PRECIPITATION...0.54 INCHES IN 1993

NORMAL HIGH TEMPERATURE...66 DEGREES**
NORMAL LOW TEMPERATURE...50 DEGREES**
NORMAL PRECIPITATION...0.08 INCHES**

CLIMATE DATA FOR THE PAST 10 MEMORIAL DAYS

YEAR        HIGH    LOW     PRECIP

2014(5/26)  67      53      TRACE
2013(5/27)  60      52      0.23
2012(5/28)  64      52      0.01
2011(5/30)  64      50      0.00
2010(5/31)  67      52      0.28
2009(5/25)  69      45      0.00
2008(5/26)  66      53      0.00
2007(5/28)  65      45      0.00
2006(5/29)  64      52      0.01
2005(5/30)  68      55      0.00


NORMAL TEMPS AND PRECIPITATION ARE THE 1981 TO 2010 CLIMATE NORMALS.
*RECORDS WERE TIED IN MULTIPLE YEARS WITH THE LATEST YEAR SHOWN.
**CLIMATE NORMALS ARE FOR MAY 25TH...MEMORIAL DAY FOR 2015.

$$
GRUB
















000
NOUS46 KSEW 221750 AAA
PNSSEW

WASHINGTON PRECIPITATION SUMMARY...AMENDED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
1050 AM PDT FRI MAY 22 2015

APRIL SAW BELOW NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR ALL OF WASHINGTON
STATE...WITH NEARLY ALL AREAS EAST OF THE CASCADES RECEIVING LESS
THAN 50 PERCENT OF NORMAL FOR THE MONTH. IN REGARDS TO THE WATER
YEAR...MOST OF THE REGIONS ARE SEEING NEAR TO ABOVE NORMAL VALUES
WITH THE EXCEPTION OF BELOW NORMAL VALUES IN THE SOUTHWEST INTERIOR
AND NORTHEAST REGIONS.

IN WESTERN WASHINGTON...THE MONTHLY PERCENTAGE OF NORMAL FOR
PRECIPITATION RANGED FROM 59 PERCENT IN THE SOUTHWEST INTERIOR TO 72
PERCENT IN THE WESTERN FOOTHILLS OF THE CASCADES. THE GREATEST
AMOUNT OF PRECIPITATION AT THE CLIMATE STATIONS FOR THE
MOUNTAINS...COAST...AND INTERIOR LOWLANDS WAS 7.26 INCHES AT FORKS
IN THE OLYMPICS...6.19 INCHES AT QUILLAYUTE...AND 4.38 INCHES AT
GRAYS RIVER IN THE SOUTHWEST INTERIOR.

FOR EASTERN WASHINGTON...THE PERCENTAGE OF NORMAL FOR PRECIPITATION
RANGED FROM 22 PERCENT ON THE EAST SLOPES OF THE CASCADES TO 53
PERCENT IN THE PALOUSE AND BLUE MOUNTAINS. THE GREATEST AMOUNT OF
PRECIPITATION AT CLIMATE STATIONS FOR THE MOUNTAINS AND LOWLANDS WAS
0.94 INCHES AT ROSALIA IN THE PALOUSE AND BLUE MOUNTAINS...AND 1.43
INCHES AT NEWPORT IN THE NORTHEAST REGION.

THE OUTLOOK FOR MAY AND BEYOND...FOR THE NEXT TWO WEEKS THE OUTLOOK
IS FOR NEAR NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR WASHINGTON STATE. THE MONTHLY
OUTLOOK FOR MAY IS CALLING FOR BELOW NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR THE
WESTERN TWO-THIRDS OF THE STATE...WITH EQUAL CHANCES OF
ABOVE...BELOW...OR NEAR NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR THE EASTERN THIRD.
THE THREE MONTH OUTLOOK FROM MAY TO JULY IS CALLING FOR EQUAL
CHANCES OF ABOVE...BELOW...OR NEAR NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR THE
ENTIRE STATE.

THE TABLE BELOW GIVES PRECIPITATION FIGURES AS A PERCENT OF NORMAL
FOR REGIONS OF WASHINGTON.  THE CURRENT WATER YEAR BEGAN 1 OCTOBER
2014 AND ENDS 30 SEPTEMBER 2015.

                        APRIL      WATER YEAR     PAST 3       PAST 12
                         2015       TO DATE       MONTHS        MONTHS
WESTERN WASHINGTON
  COAST                    66          102           92           101
  OLYMPICS                 71          100           90            97
  NORTHWEST INTERIOR       63          116          107           117
  PUGET SOUND LOWLANDS     68           98          100           102
  SOUTHWEST INTERIOR       59           89           83            92
  WEST FOOTHILLS CASCA     72          100           94           102
  CASCADES WEST            68          101           92           103

EASTERN WASHINGTON
  EAST SLOPES CASCADES     22           96           71            95
  OKANOGAN                 26          100           75            97
  CENTRAL BASIN            34           92           82            88
  NORTHEAST                46           88           90            90
  PALOUSE AND BLUE MTN     53          101           90            93



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.

                     APRIL            WATER YEAR       PAST 12 MONTHS
                INCHES    PCT       INCHES    PCT       INCHES    PCT

QUILLAYUTE        6.19     79        85.48    103        97.60    108
HOQUIAM           3.22     63        57.25    100        69.40    112
BELLINGHAM        1.68     65        31.36    117        41.38    125
SEATTLE           2.03     75        31.81    103        40.50    119
OLYMPIA           1.92     54        38.85     91        47.86    104
LONGVIEW          2.23     59        35.15     91        43.61     99

CONCRETE          4.20     84        59.84    105        74.81    116
SNOQUALMIE FALL   4.39     91        49.08     99        63.91    112
RANDLE*           2.98     72        45.89    100        58.24    112
DIABLO DAM        2.45     51        71.02    109        82.64    115
STAMPEDE PASS     3.30     63        59.60     90        74.85    101
PARADISE          6.96     84       103.93    104       124.61    115

WINTHROP          0.26     34        11.71    109        15.87    110
STEHEKIN          0.22     14        33.43    105        37.57    107
LEAVENWORTH       0.42     38        21.86    102        24.09     99
MOUNT ADAMS       0.20      8        36.09     89        41.30     99
WENATCHEE         0.30     57         5.66     82         7.65     87
YAKIMA            0.00      0         4.52     73         6.15     80

COULEE DAM        0.23     26         7.65    106        12.05    137
LIND              0.24     29         7.00     96         8.98    100
REPUBLIC          0.34     28        10.22    101        17.14    112
SPOKANE           0.53     41        10.64     90        14.06     92
PULLMAN           0.58     75        13.68     97        16.85     90
DAYTON            0.70     41        13.14     92        16.71     98

* = ESTIMATED

$$
GRUB
UPDATED PRECIP AND PERCENTAGES









000
NOUS46 KSEW 221750 AAA
PNSSEW

WASHINGTON PRECIPITATION SUMMARY...AMENDED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
1050 AM PDT FRI MAY 22 2015

APRIL SAW BELOW NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR ALL OF WASHINGTON
STATE...WITH NEARLY ALL AREAS EAST OF THE CASCADES RECEIVING LESS
THAN 50 PERCENT OF NORMAL FOR THE MONTH. IN REGARDS TO THE WATER
YEAR...MOST OF THE REGIONS ARE SEEING NEAR TO ABOVE NORMAL VALUES
WITH THE EXCEPTION OF BELOW NORMAL VALUES IN THE SOUTHWEST INTERIOR
AND NORTHEAST REGIONS.

IN WESTERN WASHINGTON...THE MONTHLY PERCENTAGE OF NORMAL FOR
PRECIPITATION RANGED FROM 59 PERCENT IN THE SOUTHWEST INTERIOR TO 72
PERCENT IN THE WESTERN FOOTHILLS OF THE CASCADES. THE GREATEST
AMOUNT OF PRECIPITATION AT THE CLIMATE STATIONS FOR THE
MOUNTAINS...COAST...AND INTERIOR LOWLANDS WAS 7.26 INCHES AT FORKS
IN THE OLYMPICS...6.19 INCHES AT QUILLAYUTE...AND 4.38 INCHES AT
GRAYS RIVER IN THE SOUTHWEST INTERIOR.

FOR EASTERN WASHINGTON...THE PERCENTAGE OF NORMAL FOR PRECIPITATION
RANGED FROM 22 PERCENT ON THE EAST SLOPES OF THE CASCADES TO 53
PERCENT IN THE PALOUSE AND BLUE MOUNTAINS. THE GREATEST AMOUNT OF
PRECIPITATION AT CLIMATE STATIONS FOR THE MOUNTAINS AND LOWLANDS WAS
0.94 INCHES AT ROSALIA IN THE PALOUSE AND BLUE MOUNTAINS...AND 1.43
INCHES AT NEWPORT IN THE NORTHEAST REGION.

THE OUTLOOK FOR MAY AND BEYOND...FOR THE NEXT TWO WEEKS THE OUTLOOK
IS FOR NEAR NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR WASHINGTON STATE. THE MONTHLY
OUTLOOK FOR MAY IS CALLING FOR BELOW NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR THE
WESTERN TWO-THIRDS OF THE STATE...WITH EQUAL CHANCES OF
ABOVE...BELOW...OR NEAR NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR THE EASTERN THIRD.
THE THREE MONTH OUTLOOK FROM MAY TO JULY IS CALLING FOR EQUAL
CHANCES OF ABOVE...BELOW...OR NEAR NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR THE
ENTIRE STATE.

THE TABLE BELOW GIVES PRECIPITATION FIGURES AS A PERCENT OF NORMAL
FOR REGIONS OF WASHINGTON.  THE CURRENT WATER YEAR BEGAN 1 OCTOBER
2014 AND ENDS 30 SEPTEMBER 2015.

                        APRIL      WATER YEAR     PAST 3       PAST 12
                         2015       TO DATE       MONTHS        MONTHS
WESTERN WASHINGTON
  COAST                    66          102           92           101
  OLYMPICS                 71          100           90            97
  NORTHWEST INTERIOR       63          116          107           117
  PUGET SOUND LOWLANDS     68           98          100           102
  SOUTHWEST INTERIOR       59           89           83            92
  WEST FOOTHILLS CASCA     72          100           94           102
  CASCADES WEST            68          101           92           103

EASTERN WASHINGTON
  EAST SLOPES CASCADES     22           96           71            95
  OKANOGAN                 26          100           75            97
  CENTRAL BASIN            34           92           82            88
  NORTHEAST                46           88           90            90
  PALOUSE AND BLUE MTN     53          101           90            93



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.

                     APRIL            WATER YEAR       PAST 12 MONTHS
                INCHES    PCT       INCHES    PCT       INCHES    PCT

QUILLAYUTE        6.19     79        85.48    103        97.60    108
HOQUIAM           3.22     63        57.25    100        69.40    112
BELLINGHAM        1.68     65        31.36    117        41.38    125
SEATTLE           2.03     75        31.81    103        40.50    119
OLYMPIA           1.92     54        38.85     91        47.86    104
LONGVIEW          2.23     59        35.15     91        43.61     99

CONCRETE          4.20     84        59.84    105        74.81    116
SNOQUALMIE FALL   4.39     91        49.08     99        63.91    112
RANDLE*           2.98     72        45.89    100        58.24    112
DIABLO DAM        2.45     51        71.02    109        82.64    115
STAMPEDE PASS     3.30     63        59.60     90        74.85    101
PARADISE          6.96     84       103.93    104       124.61    115

WINTHROP          0.26     34        11.71    109        15.87    110
STEHEKIN          0.22     14        33.43    105        37.57    107
LEAVENWORTH       0.42     38        21.86    102        24.09     99
MOUNT ADAMS       0.20      8        36.09     89        41.30     99
WENATCHEE         0.30     57         5.66     82         7.65     87
YAKIMA            0.00      0         4.52     73         6.15     80

COULEE DAM        0.23     26         7.65    106        12.05    137
LIND              0.24     29         7.00     96         8.98    100
REPUBLIC          0.34     28        10.22    101        17.14    112
SPOKANE           0.53     41        10.64     90        14.06     92
PULLMAN           0.58     75        13.68     97        16.85     90
DAYTON            0.70     41        13.14     92        16.71     98

* = ESTIMATED

$$
GRUB
UPDATED PRECIP AND PERCENTAGES










000
NOUS46 KSEW 221750 AAA
PNSSEW

WASHINGTON PRECIPITATION SUMMARY...AMENDED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
1050 AM PDT FRI MAY 22 2015

APRIL SAW BELOW NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR ALL OF WASHINGTON
STATE...WITH NEARLY ALL AREAS EAST OF THE CASCADES RECEIVING LESS
THAN 50 PERCENT OF NORMAL FOR THE MONTH. IN REGARDS TO THE WATER
YEAR...MOST OF THE REGIONS ARE SEEING NEAR TO ABOVE NORMAL VALUES
WITH THE EXCEPTION OF BELOW NORMAL VALUES IN THE SOUTHWEST INTERIOR
AND NORTHEAST REGIONS.

IN WESTERN WASHINGTON...THE MONTHLY PERCENTAGE OF NORMAL FOR
PRECIPITATION RANGED FROM 59 PERCENT IN THE SOUTHWEST INTERIOR TO 72
PERCENT IN THE WESTERN FOOTHILLS OF THE CASCADES. THE GREATEST
AMOUNT OF PRECIPITATION AT THE CLIMATE STATIONS FOR THE
MOUNTAINS...COAST...AND INTERIOR LOWLANDS WAS 7.26 INCHES AT FORKS
IN THE OLYMPICS...6.19 INCHES AT QUILLAYUTE...AND 4.38 INCHES AT
GRAYS RIVER IN THE SOUTHWEST INTERIOR.

FOR EASTERN WASHINGTON...THE PERCENTAGE OF NORMAL FOR PRECIPITATION
RANGED FROM 22 PERCENT ON THE EAST SLOPES OF THE CASCADES TO 53
PERCENT IN THE PALOUSE AND BLUE MOUNTAINS. THE GREATEST AMOUNT OF
PRECIPITATION AT CLIMATE STATIONS FOR THE MOUNTAINS AND LOWLANDS WAS
0.94 INCHES AT ROSALIA IN THE PALOUSE AND BLUE MOUNTAINS...AND 1.43
INCHES AT NEWPORT IN THE NORTHEAST REGION.

THE OUTLOOK FOR MAY AND BEYOND...FOR THE NEXT TWO WEEKS THE OUTLOOK
IS FOR NEAR NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR WASHINGTON STATE. THE MONTHLY
OUTLOOK FOR MAY IS CALLING FOR BELOW NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR THE
WESTERN TWO-THIRDS OF THE STATE...WITH EQUAL CHANCES OF
ABOVE...BELOW...OR NEAR NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR THE EASTERN THIRD.
THE THREE MONTH OUTLOOK FROM MAY TO JULY IS CALLING FOR EQUAL
CHANCES OF ABOVE...BELOW...OR NEAR NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR THE
ENTIRE STATE.

THE TABLE BELOW GIVES PRECIPITATION FIGURES AS A PERCENT OF NORMAL
FOR REGIONS OF WASHINGTON.  THE CURRENT WATER YEAR BEGAN 1 OCTOBER
2014 AND ENDS 30 SEPTEMBER 2015.

                        APRIL      WATER YEAR     PAST 3       PAST 12
                         2015       TO DATE       MONTHS        MONTHS
WESTERN WASHINGTON
  COAST                    66          102           92           101
  OLYMPICS                 71          100           90            97
  NORTHWEST INTERIOR       63          116          107           117
  PUGET SOUND LOWLANDS     68           98          100           102
  SOUTHWEST INTERIOR       59           89           83            92
  WEST FOOTHILLS CASCA     72          100           94           102
  CASCADES WEST            68          101           92           103

EASTERN WASHINGTON
  EAST SLOPES CASCADES     22           96           71            95
  OKANOGAN                 26          100           75            97
  CENTRAL BASIN            34           92           82            88
  NORTHEAST                46           88           90            90
  PALOUSE AND BLUE MTN     53          101           90            93



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.

                     APRIL            WATER YEAR       PAST 12 MONTHS
                INCHES    PCT       INCHES    PCT       INCHES    PCT

QUILLAYUTE        6.19     79        85.48    103        97.60    108
HOQUIAM           3.22     63        57.25    100        69.40    112
BELLINGHAM        1.68     65        31.36    117        41.38    125
SEATTLE           2.03     75        31.81    103        40.50    119
OLYMPIA           1.92     54        38.85     91        47.86    104
LONGVIEW          2.23     59        35.15     91        43.61     99

CONCRETE          4.20     84        59.84    105        74.81    116
SNOQUALMIE FALL   4.39     91        49.08     99        63.91    112
RANDLE*           2.98     72        45.89    100        58.24    112
DIABLO DAM        2.45     51        71.02    109        82.64    115
STAMPEDE PASS     3.30     63        59.60     90        74.85    101
PARADISE          6.96     84       103.93    104       124.61    115

WINTHROP          0.26     34        11.71    109        15.87    110
STEHEKIN          0.22     14        33.43    105        37.57    107
LEAVENWORTH       0.42     38        21.86    102        24.09     99
MOUNT ADAMS       0.20      8        36.09     89        41.30     99
WENATCHEE         0.30     57         5.66     82         7.65     87
YAKIMA            0.00      0         4.52     73         6.15     80

COULEE DAM        0.23     26         7.65    106        12.05    137
LIND              0.24     29         7.00     96         8.98    100
REPUBLIC          0.34     28        10.22    101        17.14    112
SPOKANE           0.53     41        10.64     90        14.06     92
PULLMAN           0.58     75        13.68     97        16.85     90
DAYTON            0.70     41        13.14     92        16.71     98

* = ESTIMATED

$$
GRUB
UPDATED PRECIP AND PERCENTAGES









000
NOUS46 KSEW 221750 AAA
PNSSEW

WASHINGTON PRECIPITATION SUMMARY...AMENDED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
1050 AM PDT FRI MAY 22 2015

APRIL SAW BELOW NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR ALL OF WASHINGTON
STATE...WITH NEARLY ALL AREAS EAST OF THE CASCADES RECEIVING LESS
THAN 50 PERCENT OF NORMAL FOR THE MONTH. IN REGARDS TO THE WATER
YEAR...MOST OF THE REGIONS ARE SEEING NEAR TO ABOVE NORMAL VALUES
WITH THE EXCEPTION OF BELOW NORMAL VALUES IN THE SOUTHWEST INTERIOR
AND NORTHEAST REGIONS.

IN WESTERN WASHINGTON...THE MONTHLY PERCENTAGE OF NORMAL FOR
PRECIPITATION RANGED FROM 59 PERCENT IN THE SOUTHWEST INTERIOR TO 72
PERCENT IN THE WESTERN FOOTHILLS OF THE CASCADES. THE GREATEST
AMOUNT OF PRECIPITATION AT THE CLIMATE STATIONS FOR THE
MOUNTAINS...COAST...AND INTERIOR LOWLANDS WAS 7.26 INCHES AT FORKS
IN THE OLYMPICS...6.19 INCHES AT QUILLAYUTE...AND 4.38 INCHES AT
GRAYS RIVER IN THE SOUTHWEST INTERIOR.

FOR EASTERN WASHINGTON...THE PERCENTAGE OF NORMAL FOR PRECIPITATION
RANGED FROM 22 PERCENT ON THE EAST SLOPES OF THE CASCADES TO 53
PERCENT IN THE PALOUSE AND BLUE MOUNTAINS. THE GREATEST AMOUNT OF
PRECIPITATION AT CLIMATE STATIONS FOR THE MOUNTAINS AND LOWLANDS WAS
0.94 INCHES AT ROSALIA IN THE PALOUSE AND BLUE MOUNTAINS...AND 1.43
INCHES AT NEWPORT IN THE NORTHEAST REGION.

THE OUTLOOK FOR MAY AND BEYOND...FOR THE NEXT TWO WEEKS THE OUTLOOK
IS FOR NEAR NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR WASHINGTON STATE. THE MONTHLY
OUTLOOK FOR MAY IS CALLING FOR BELOW NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR THE
WESTERN TWO-THIRDS OF THE STATE...WITH EQUAL CHANCES OF
ABOVE...BELOW...OR NEAR NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR THE EASTERN THIRD.
THE THREE MONTH OUTLOOK FROM MAY TO JULY IS CALLING FOR EQUAL
CHANCES OF ABOVE...BELOW...OR NEAR NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR THE
ENTIRE STATE.

THE TABLE BELOW GIVES PRECIPITATION FIGURES AS A PERCENT OF NORMAL
FOR REGIONS OF WASHINGTON.  THE CURRENT WATER YEAR BEGAN 1 OCTOBER
2014 AND ENDS 30 SEPTEMBER 2015.

                        APRIL      WATER YEAR     PAST 3       PAST 12
                         2015       TO DATE       MONTHS        MONTHS
WESTERN WASHINGTON
  COAST                    66          102           92           101
  OLYMPICS                 71          100           90            97
  NORTHWEST INTERIOR       63          116          107           117
  PUGET SOUND LOWLANDS     68           98          100           102
  SOUTHWEST INTERIOR       59           89           83            92
  WEST FOOTHILLS CASCA     72          100           94           102
  CASCADES WEST            68          101           92           103

EASTERN WASHINGTON
  EAST SLOPES CASCADES     22           96           71            95
  OKANOGAN                 26          100           75            97
  CENTRAL BASIN            34           92           82            88
  NORTHEAST                46           88           90            90
  PALOUSE AND BLUE MTN     53          101           90            93



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.

                     APRIL            WATER YEAR       PAST 12 MONTHS
                INCHES    PCT       INCHES    PCT       INCHES    PCT

QUILLAYUTE        6.19     79        85.48    103        97.60    108
HOQUIAM           3.22     63        57.25    100        69.40    112
BELLINGHAM        1.68     65        31.36    117        41.38    125
SEATTLE           2.03     75        31.81    103        40.50    119
OLYMPIA           1.92     54        38.85     91        47.86    104
LONGVIEW          2.23     59        35.15     91        43.61     99

CONCRETE          4.20     84        59.84    105        74.81    116
SNOQUALMIE FALL   4.39     91        49.08     99        63.91    112
RANDLE*           2.98     72        45.89    100        58.24    112
DIABLO DAM        2.45     51        71.02    109        82.64    115
STAMPEDE PASS     3.30     63        59.60     90        74.85    101
PARADISE          6.96     84       103.93    104       124.61    115

WINTHROP          0.26     34        11.71    109        15.87    110
STEHEKIN          0.22     14        33.43    105        37.57    107
LEAVENWORTH       0.42     38        21.86    102        24.09     99
MOUNT ADAMS       0.20      8        36.09     89        41.30     99
WENATCHEE         0.30     57         5.66     82         7.65     87
YAKIMA            0.00      0         4.52     73         6.15     80

COULEE DAM        0.23     26         7.65    106        12.05    137
LIND              0.24     29         7.00     96         8.98    100
REPUBLIC          0.34     28        10.22    101        17.14    112
SPOKANE           0.53     41        10.64     90        14.06     92
PULLMAN           0.58     75        13.68     97        16.85     90
DAYTON            0.70     41        13.14     92        16.71     98

* = ESTIMATED

$$
GRUB
UPDATED PRECIP AND PERCENTAGES










000
NOUS43 KLOT 221638 CCA
PNSLOT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHICAGO IL
900 AM CDT FRI MAR 22 2015

...MAY 16 THROUGH MAY 22 IS NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK...TODAYS
SUBJECT...HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS...

THE FOLLOWING IS A SAFE BOATING MESSAGE FROM THE NATIONAL SAFE
BOATING COUNCIL AND THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FOR THIS YEARS
NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK.

BOATERS: BE PREPARED FOR HURRICANE SEASON.  DO NOT WAIT UNTIL A
HURRICANE WARNING TO SECURE YOUR BOAT. BY THE TIME A HURRICANE
WARNING IS ISSUED...IT IS TOO LATE TO BE WORKING ON A DOCK SAFELY.

LISTEN TO WEATHER FORECASTS AND PLAN AHEAD. HAUL OUT YOUR BOAT OR
ADD ADDITIONAL LINES DURING A HURRICANE OR TROPICAL STORM
WATCH...WHICH IS ISSUED BEFORE A WARNING...48 HOURS BEFORE THE
ANTICIPATED ONSET OF STORM WINDS.

THIS MESSAGE HAS BEEN BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
AND THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING COUNCIL.


$$



000
NOUS43 KLOT 221638 CCA
PNSLOT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHICAGO IL
900 AM CDT FRI MAR 22 2015

...MAY 16 THROUGH MAY 22 IS NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK...TODAYS
SUBJECT...HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS...

THE FOLLOWING IS A SAFE BOATING MESSAGE FROM THE NATIONAL SAFE
BOATING COUNCIL AND THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FOR THIS YEARS
NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK.

BOATERS: BE PREPARED FOR HURRICANE SEASON.  DO NOT WAIT UNTIL A
HURRICANE WARNING TO SECURE YOUR BOAT. BY THE TIME A HURRICANE
WARNING IS ISSUED...IT IS TOO LATE TO BE WORKING ON A DOCK SAFELY.

LISTEN TO WEATHER FORECASTS AND PLAN AHEAD. HAUL OUT YOUR BOAT OR
ADD ADDITIONAL LINES DURING A HURRICANE OR TROPICAL STORM
WATCH...WHICH IS ISSUED BEFORE A WARNING...48 HOURS BEFORE THE
ANTICIPATED ONSET OF STORM WINDS.

THIS MESSAGE HAS BEEN BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
AND THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING COUNCIL.


$$



000
NOUS43 KLOT 221637
PNSLOT

ZCZC CHIWRKFRI 140020
TTAA00 KCHI DDHHMM

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHICAGO IL
900 AM CDT FRI MAR 22 2015

...MAY 16 THROUGH MAY 22 IS NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK...TODAYS
SUBJECT...HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS...

THE FOLLOWING IS A SAFE BOATING MESSAGE FROM THE NATIONAL SAFE
BOATING COUNCIL AND THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FOR THIS YEARS
NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK.

BOATERS: BE PREPARED FOR HURRICANE SEASON.  DO NOT WAIT UNTIL A
HURRICANE WARNING TO SECURE YOUR BOAT. BY THE TIME A HURRICANE
WARNING IS ISSUED...IT IS TOO LATE TO BE WORKING ON A DOCK SAFELY.

LISTEN TO WEATHER FORECASTS AND PLAN AHEAD. HAUL OUT YOUR BOAT OR
ADD ADDITIONAL LINES DURING A HURRICANE OR TROPICAL STORM
WATCH...WHICH IS ISSUED BEFORE A WARNING...48 HOURS BEFORE THE
ANTICIPATED ONSET OF STORM WINDS.

THIS MESSAGE HAS BEEN BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
AND THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING COUNCIL.


$$



000
NOUS42 KKEY 221438
PNSKEY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE KEY WEST FL
800 AM EDT FRI MAY 22 2015

...NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK MAY 16-22...

...TODAY`S TOPIC...HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS...

THE FOLLOWING IS A SAFE BOATING MESSAGE FROM THE NATIONAL SAFE
BOATING COUNCIL AND THE FLORIDA KEYS NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE.

BOATERS -- BE PREPARED FOR HURRICANE SEASON. GOOD PREPARATION STARTS
WITH PLANNING. INCLUDE YOUR BOAT IN YOUR PERSONAL...FAMILY...OR
BUSINESS HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS PLAN.

DO NOT WAIT UNTIL A HURRICANE WARNING TO EVACUATE OR SECURE YOUR
BOAT. BY THE TIME A HURRICANE WARNING IS ISSUED...IT IS TOO LATE TO
BE WORKING ON A DOCK SAFELY. FOLLOW THE ADVICE OF YOUR EMERGENCY
MANAGEMENT OFFICIALS. IF YOU ARE AT A MARINA...ASK THE MANAGER OR
DOCKMASTER ABOUT THE MARINA HURRICANE PLAN.

DURING YOUR HURRICANE PREPARATIONS...TAKE ACTIONS TO MINIMIZE MARINE
DEBRIS. MARINE MAMMALS THAT INGEST DEBRIS MAY DIE.

FINALLY...IF YOU LIVE ON A BOAT...DO NOT STAY ON YOUR BOAT DURING A
HURRICANE. A BOAT IS NO PLACE TO BE IN A HURRICANE!

NEXT WEEK...MAY 24-30...IS NATIONAL HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK. FOR
MORE INFORMATION ON HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS...VISIT
HURRICANES.GOV/PREPARE.

THIS MESSAGE WAS BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AND
THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING COUNCIL. VISIT THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE ON THE WEB AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV AND THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING
COUNCIL AT WWW.SAFEBOATINGCOUNCIL.ORG.

$$

KASPER


000
NOUS42 KKEY 221438
PNSKEY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE KEY WEST FL
800 AM EDT FRI MAY 22 2015

...NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK MAY 16-22...

...TODAY`S TOPIC...HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS...

THE FOLLOWING IS A SAFE BOATING MESSAGE FROM THE NATIONAL SAFE
BOATING COUNCIL AND THE FLORIDA KEYS NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE.

BOATERS -- BE PREPARED FOR HURRICANE SEASON. GOOD PREPARATION STARTS
WITH PLANNING. INCLUDE YOUR BOAT IN YOUR PERSONAL...FAMILY...OR
BUSINESS HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS PLAN.

DO NOT WAIT UNTIL A HURRICANE WARNING TO EVACUATE OR SECURE YOUR
BOAT. BY THE TIME A HURRICANE WARNING IS ISSUED...IT IS TOO LATE TO
BE WORKING ON A DOCK SAFELY. FOLLOW THE ADVICE OF YOUR EMERGENCY
MANAGEMENT OFFICIALS. IF YOU ARE AT A MARINA...ASK THE MANAGER OR
DOCKMASTER ABOUT THE MARINA HURRICANE PLAN.

DURING YOUR HURRICANE PREPARATIONS...TAKE ACTIONS TO MINIMIZE MARINE
DEBRIS. MARINE MAMMALS THAT INGEST DEBRIS MAY DIE.

FINALLY...IF YOU LIVE ON A BOAT...DO NOT STAY ON YOUR BOAT DURING A
HURRICANE. A BOAT IS NO PLACE TO BE IN A HURRICANE!

NEXT WEEK...MAY 24-30...IS NATIONAL HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK. FOR
MORE INFORMATION ON HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS...VISIT
HURRICANES.GOV/PREPARE.

THIS MESSAGE WAS BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AND
THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING COUNCIL. VISIT THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE ON THE WEB AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV AND THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING
COUNCIL AT WWW.SAFEBOATINGCOUNCIL.ORG.

$$

KASPER


000
NOUS42 KKEY 221438
PNSKEY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE KEY WEST FL
800 AM EDT FRI MAY 22 2015

...NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK MAY 16-22...

...TODAY`S TOPIC...HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS...

THE FOLLOWING IS A SAFE BOATING MESSAGE FROM THE NATIONAL SAFE
BOATING COUNCIL AND THE FLORIDA KEYS NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE.

BOATERS -- BE PREPARED FOR HURRICANE SEASON. GOOD PREPARATION STARTS
WITH PLANNING. INCLUDE YOUR BOAT IN YOUR PERSONAL...FAMILY...OR
BUSINESS HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS PLAN.

DO NOT WAIT UNTIL A HURRICANE WARNING TO EVACUATE OR SECURE YOUR
BOAT. BY THE TIME A HURRICANE WARNING IS ISSUED...IT IS TOO LATE TO
BE WORKING ON A DOCK SAFELY. FOLLOW THE ADVICE OF YOUR EMERGENCY
MANAGEMENT OFFICIALS. IF YOU ARE AT A MARINA...ASK THE MANAGER OR
DOCKMASTER ABOUT THE MARINA HURRICANE PLAN.

DURING YOUR HURRICANE PREPARATIONS...TAKE ACTIONS TO MINIMIZE MARINE
DEBRIS. MARINE MAMMALS THAT INGEST DEBRIS MAY DIE.

FINALLY...IF YOU LIVE ON A BOAT...DO NOT STAY ON YOUR BOAT DURING A
HURRICANE. A BOAT IS NO PLACE TO BE IN A HURRICANE!

NEXT WEEK...MAY 24-30...IS NATIONAL HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK. FOR
MORE INFORMATION ON HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS...VISIT
HURRICANES.GOV/PREPARE.

THIS MESSAGE WAS BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AND
THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING COUNCIL. VISIT THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE ON THE WEB AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV AND THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING
COUNCIL AT WWW.SAFEBOATINGCOUNCIL.ORG.

$$

KASPER


000
NOUS42 KKEY 221438
PNSKEY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE KEY WEST FL
800 AM EDT FRI MAY 22 2015

...NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK MAY 16-22...

...TODAY`S TOPIC...HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS...

THE FOLLOWING IS A SAFE BOATING MESSAGE FROM THE NATIONAL SAFE
BOATING COUNCIL AND THE FLORIDA KEYS NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE.

BOATERS -- BE PREPARED FOR HURRICANE SEASON. GOOD PREPARATION STARTS
WITH PLANNING. INCLUDE YOUR BOAT IN YOUR PERSONAL...FAMILY...OR
BUSINESS HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS PLAN.

DO NOT WAIT UNTIL A HURRICANE WARNING TO EVACUATE OR SECURE YOUR
BOAT. BY THE TIME A HURRICANE WARNING IS ISSUED...IT IS TOO LATE TO
BE WORKING ON A DOCK SAFELY. FOLLOW THE ADVICE OF YOUR EMERGENCY
MANAGEMENT OFFICIALS. IF YOU ARE AT A MARINA...ASK THE MANAGER OR
DOCKMASTER ABOUT THE MARINA HURRICANE PLAN.

DURING YOUR HURRICANE PREPARATIONS...TAKE ACTIONS TO MINIMIZE MARINE
DEBRIS. MARINE MAMMALS THAT INGEST DEBRIS MAY DIE.

FINALLY...IF YOU LIVE ON A BOAT...DO NOT STAY ON YOUR BOAT DURING A
HURRICANE. A BOAT IS NO PLACE TO BE IN A HURRICANE!

NEXT WEEK...MAY 24-30...IS NATIONAL HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS WEEK. FOR
MORE INFORMATION ON HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS...VISIT
HURRICANES.GOV/PREPARE.

THIS MESSAGE WAS BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AND
THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING COUNCIL. VISIT THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE ON THE WEB AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV AND THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING
COUNCIL AT WWW.SAFEBOATINGCOUNCIL.ORG.

$$

KASPER


000
NOUS43 KSGF 221435
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-231434

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
934 AM CDT FRI MAY 22 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Douglas   Ava                    69  41   0.00
Barry     Roaring River SP       61  42   0.00
Benton    Edwards 6W             66  41   0.00
Webster   Niangua                63  44   0.00
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            65  42   0.00
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            63  43   0.00
Morgan    Gravois Mills          68  47   0.00
Stone     Crane 4N               64  42   T

$$



Frye/Olsen


000
NOUS43 KSGF 221435
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-231434

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
934 AM CDT FRI MAY 22 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Douglas   Ava                    69  41   0.00
Barry     Roaring River SP       61  42   0.00
Benton    Edwards 6W             66  41   0.00
Webster   Niangua                63  44   0.00
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            65  42   0.00
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            63  43   0.00
Morgan    Gravois Mills          68  47   0.00
Stone     Crane 4N               64  42   T

$$



Frye/Olsen



000
NOUS43 KGLD 221201
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT FRI MAY 22 2015

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

IN 1998, AROUND 5 INCHES OF RAIN FELL DURING A THUNDERSTORM IN
BENKELMAN NEBRASKA. MANY HOMES HAD BASEMENTS FLOODED WITH WATER
AND MUD. SEVERAL CARS WERE STALLED AND ROADS WERE DAMAGED.

IN 2007, THUNDERSTORMS PRODUCED FIVE TORNADOES FROM WALLACE COUNTY
EAST THROUGH LOGAN,  SHERIDAN AND GRAHAM COUNTIES. ALL TORNADOES
OCCURRED OVER OPEN FIELDS WITH NO KNOWN DAMAGE. FLASH FLOODING AND
HAIL TO TWO INCHES WAS ALSO REPORTED IN GRAHAM COUNTY.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 221201
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT FRI MAY 22 2015

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

IN 1998, AROUND 5 INCHES OF RAIN FELL DURING A THUNDERSTORM IN
BENKELMAN NEBRASKA. MANY HOMES HAD BASEMENTS FLOODED WITH WATER
AND MUD. SEVERAL CARS WERE STALLED AND ROADS WERE DAMAGED.

IN 2007, THUNDERSTORMS PRODUCED FIVE TORNADOES FROM WALLACE COUNTY
EAST THROUGH LOGAN,  SHERIDAN AND GRAHAM COUNTIES. ALL TORNADOES
OCCURRED OVER OPEN FIELDS WITH NO KNOWN DAMAGE. FLASH FLOODING AND
HAIL TO TWO INCHES WAS ALSO REPORTED IN GRAHAM COUNTY.

$$



000
NOUS43 KGLD 221201
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT FRI MAY 22 2015

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

IN 1998, AROUND 5 INCHES OF RAIN FELL DURING A THUNDERSTORM IN
BENKELMAN NEBRASKA. MANY HOMES HAD BASEMENTS FLOODED WITH WATER
AND MUD. SEVERAL CARS WERE STALLED AND ROADS WERE DAMAGED.

IN 2007, THUNDERSTORMS PRODUCED FIVE TORNADOES FROM WALLACE COUNTY
EAST THROUGH LOGAN,  SHERIDAN AND GRAHAM COUNTIES. ALL TORNADOES
OCCURRED OVER OPEN FIELDS WITH NO KNOWN DAMAGE. FLASH FLOODING AND
HAIL TO TWO INCHES WAS ALSO REPORTED IN GRAHAM COUNTY.

$$



000
NOUS43 KGLD 221201
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT FRI MAY 22 2015

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

IN 1998, AROUND 5 INCHES OF RAIN FELL DURING A THUNDERSTORM IN
BENKELMAN NEBRASKA. MANY HOMES HAD BASEMENTS FLOODED WITH WATER
AND MUD. SEVERAL CARS WERE STALLED AND ROADS WERE DAMAGED.

IN 2007, THUNDERSTORMS PRODUCED FIVE TORNADOES FROM WALLACE COUNTY
EAST THROUGH LOGAN,  SHERIDAN AND GRAHAM COUNTIES. ALL TORNADOES
OCCURRED OVER OPEN FIELDS WITH NO KNOWN DAMAGE. FLASH FLOODING AND
HAIL TO TWO INCHES WAS ALSO REPORTED IN GRAHAM COUNTY.

$$


000
NOUS42 KJAX 220706
PNSJAX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSONVILLE FL
305 AM EDT FRI MAY 22 2015

...NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK...

THE FOLLOWING IS A SAFE BOATING MESSAGE FROM THE NATIONAL SAFE
BOATING COUNCIL AND THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE...REMINDING YOU
THAT THIS IS NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK...MAY 16TH THROUGH MAY 22ND.

TODAY`S TOPIC...HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS

BOATERS...BE PREPARED FOR HURRICANE SEASON. DO NOT WAIT UNTIL A
HURRICANE WARNING TO SECURE YOUR BOAT. BY THE TIME A HURRICANE
WARNING IS ISSUED... IT IS OFTEN TOO LATE TO BE WORKING ON A DOCK
SAFELY. LISTEN TO WEATHER FORECASTS AND PLAN AHEAD. HAUL YOUR BOAT
TO ADD ADDITIONAL LINES DURING A HURRICANE OR TROPICAL STORM WATCH,
WHICH IS ISSUED BEFORE A WARNING 48 HOURS BEFORE THE ANTICIPATED
ONSET OF STORM WINDS.

THIS MESSAGE WAS BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AND
THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING COUNCIL. VISIT THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE ON THE WEB AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV AND THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING
COUNCIL AT WWW.SAFEBOATINGCOUNCIL.ORG.

$$



000
NOUS42 KJAX 220706
PNSJAX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSONVILLE FL
305 AM EDT FRI MAY 22 2015

...NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK...

THE FOLLOWING IS A SAFE BOATING MESSAGE FROM THE NATIONAL SAFE
BOATING COUNCIL AND THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE...REMINDING YOU
THAT THIS IS NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK...MAY 16TH THROUGH MAY 22ND.

TODAY`S TOPIC...HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS

BOATERS...BE PREPARED FOR HURRICANE SEASON. DO NOT WAIT UNTIL A
HURRICANE WARNING TO SECURE YOUR BOAT. BY THE TIME A HURRICANE
WARNING IS ISSUED... IT IS OFTEN TOO LATE TO BE WORKING ON A DOCK
SAFELY. LISTEN TO WEATHER FORECASTS AND PLAN AHEAD. HAUL YOUR BOAT
TO ADD ADDITIONAL LINES DURING A HURRICANE OR TROPICAL STORM WATCH,
WHICH IS ISSUED BEFORE A WARNING 48 HOURS BEFORE THE ANTICIPATED
ONSET OF STORM WINDS.

THIS MESSAGE WAS BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AND
THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING COUNCIL. VISIT THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE ON THE WEB AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV AND THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING
COUNCIL AT WWW.SAFEBOATINGCOUNCIL.ORG.

$$



000
NOUS42 KJAX 220706
PNSJAX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSONVILLE FL
305 AM EDT FRI MAY 22 2015

...NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK...

THE FOLLOWING IS A SAFE BOATING MESSAGE FROM THE NATIONAL SAFE
BOATING COUNCIL AND THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE...REMINDING YOU
THAT THIS IS NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK...MAY 16TH THROUGH MAY 22ND.

TODAY`S TOPIC...HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS

BOATERS...BE PREPARED FOR HURRICANE SEASON. DO NOT WAIT UNTIL A
HURRICANE WARNING TO SECURE YOUR BOAT. BY THE TIME A HURRICANE
WARNING IS ISSUED... IT IS OFTEN TOO LATE TO BE WORKING ON A DOCK
SAFELY. LISTEN TO WEATHER FORECASTS AND PLAN AHEAD. HAUL YOUR BOAT
TO ADD ADDITIONAL LINES DURING A HURRICANE OR TROPICAL STORM WATCH,
WHICH IS ISSUED BEFORE A WARNING 48 HOURS BEFORE THE ANTICIPATED
ONSET OF STORM WINDS.

THIS MESSAGE WAS BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AND
THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING COUNCIL. VISIT THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE ON THE WEB AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV AND THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING
COUNCIL AT WWW.SAFEBOATINGCOUNCIL.ORG.

$$



000
NOUS42 KJAX 220706
PNSJAX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSONVILLE FL
305 AM EDT FRI MAY 22 2015

...NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK...

THE FOLLOWING IS A SAFE BOATING MESSAGE FROM THE NATIONAL SAFE
BOATING COUNCIL AND THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE...REMINDING YOU
THAT THIS IS NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK...MAY 16TH THROUGH MAY 22ND.

TODAY`S TOPIC...HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS

BOATERS...BE PREPARED FOR HURRICANE SEASON. DO NOT WAIT UNTIL A
HURRICANE WARNING TO SECURE YOUR BOAT. BY THE TIME A HURRICANE
WARNING IS ISSUED... IT IS OFTEN TOO LATE TO BE WORKING ON A DOCK
SAFELY. LISTEN TO WEATHER FORECASTS AND PLAN AHEAD. HAUL YOUR BOAT
TO ADD ADDITIONAL LINES DURING A HURRICANE OR TROPICAL STORM WATCH,
WHICH IS ISSUED BEFORE A WARNING 48 HOURS BEFORE THE ANTICIPATED
ONSET OF STORM WINDS.

THIS MESSAGE WAS BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AND
THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING COUNCIL. VISIT THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE ON THE WEB AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV AND THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING
COUNCIL AT WWW.SAFEBOATINGCOUNCIL.ORG.

$$



000
NOUS42 KJAX 220706
PNSJAX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSONVILLE FL
305 AM EDT FRI MAY 22 2015

...NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK...

THE FOLLOWING IS A SAFE BOATING MESSAGE FROM THE NATIONAL SAFE
BOATING COUNCIL AND THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE...REMINDING YOU
THAT THIS IS NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK...MAY 16TH THROUGH MAY 22ND.

TODAY`S TOPIC...HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS

BOATERS...BE PREPARED FOR HURRICANE SEASON. DO NOT WAIT UNTIL A
HURRICANE WARNING TO SECURE YOUR BOAT. BY THE TIME A HURRICANE
WARNING IS ISSUED... IT IS OFTEN TOO LATE TO BE WORKING ON A DOCK
SAFELY. LISTEN TO WEATHER FORECASTS AND PLAN AHEAD. HAUL YOUR BOAT
TO ADD ADDITIONAL LINES DURING A HURRICANE OR TROPICAL STORM WATCH,
WHICH IS ISSUED BEFORE A WARNING 48 HOURS BEFORE THE ANTICIPATED
ONSET OF STORM WINDS.

THIS MESSAGE WAS BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AND
THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING COUNCIL. VISIT THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE ON THE WEB AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV AND THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING
COUNCIL AT WWW.SAFEBOATINGCOUNCIL.ORG.

$$


000
NOUS42 KJAX 220706
PNSJAX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSONVILLE FL
305 AM EDT FRI MAY 22 2015

...NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK...

THE FOLLOWING IS A SAFE BOATING MESSAGE FROM THE NATIONAL SAFE
BOATING COUNCIL AND THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE...REMINDING YOU
THAT THIS IS NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK...MAY 16TH THROUGH MAY 22ND.

TODAY`S TOPIC...HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS

BOATERS...BE PREPARED FOR HURRICANE SEASON. DO NOT WAIT UNTIL A
HURRICANE WARNING TO SECURE YOUR BOAT. BY THE TIME A HURRICANE
WARNING IS ISSUED... IT IS OFTEN TOO LATE TO BE WORKING ON A DOCK
SAFELY. LISTEN TO WEATHER FORECASTS AND PLAN AHEAD. HAUL YOUR BOAT
TO ADD ADDITIONAL LINES DURING A HURRICANE OR TROPICAL STORM WATCH,
WHICH IS ISSUED BEFORE A WARNING 48 HOURS BEFORE THE ANTICIPATED
ONSET OF STORM WINDS.

THIS MESSAGE WAS BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AND
THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING COUNCIL. VISIT THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE ON THE WEB AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV AND THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING
COUNCIL AT WWW.SAFEBOATINGCOUNCIL.ORG.

$$



000
NOUS45 KSLC 220225
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
816 PM MDT THU MAY 21 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

YET ANOTHER ROUND OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS ROLLED THROUGH
PORTIONS OF THE STATE TODAY. BELOW ARE 24-HOUR PRECIPITATION
REPORTS THROUGH 8PM.

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
HYDE PARK                                6 PM THU     0.92
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     7 PM THU     0.56
LOGAN - 4465 FT                          7 PM THU     0.44
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          8 PM THU     0.41
LBW PARADISE - 4859 FT                   8 PM THU     0.40
LOGAN RIVER ABV STATE DAM - 4805 FT      7 PM THU     0.39
PROVIDENCE - EVANS FARM - 4535 FT        8 PM THU     0.37
LOGAN - 4806 FT                          7 PM THU     0.34
LOGAN DRAINAGE FARM - 4435 FT            8 PM THU     0.26
LBW SOUTHFORK - 5095 FT                  8 PM THU     0.25
LOGAN GOLF - 4808 FT                     8 PM THU     0.24
HYDE PARK - 4515 FT                      9 AM THU     0.21
LBW EXPFARM - 4498 FT                    8 PM THU     0.20
NORTH LOGAN - 4749 FT                    8 AM THU     0.19
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                  7 PM THU     0.11
RICHMOND - 4576 FT                       6 AM THU     0.10
PROVIDENCE - 4528 FT                     8 AM THU     0.08

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
CLINTON - 4337 FT                        7 PM THU     0.80
WEST POINT - 4350 FT                     7 PM THU     0.79
CLEARFIELD - 4260 FT                     4 PM THU     0.57
ROY - 4373 FT                            7 PM THU     0.50
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       8 PM THU     0.47
BRIGHAM CITY - 4400 FT                   7 PM THU     0.44
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                   7 PM THU     0.38
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT               7 PM THU     0.33
OGDEN - 4285 FT                          7 PM THU     0.32
EAGLE LAKE - 4377 FT                     8 PM THU     0.31
WEST HAVEN - 4239 FT                     7 AM THU     0.31
BRIGHAM CITY - 4230 FT                   5 PM THU     0.28
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    7 PM THU     0.27
NORTH OGDEN - 4392 FT                    7 AM THU     0.27
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                       7 PM THU     0.26
NORTH OGDEN                             10 PM WED     0.26
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            8 PM THU     0.24
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4590 FT                  7 PM THU     0.24
ROY - 4457 FT                            9 AM THU     0.24
SOUTH OGDEN - 4777 FT                    7 PM THU     0.23
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    7 PM THU     0.20
WEST WEBER - 4248 FT                     7 AM THU     0.20
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4802 FT                  7 AM THU     0.16
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     7 PM THU     0.15
NORTHEAST OGDEN BENCH - 4560 FT          9 PM WED     0.15
FARMINGTON - 4226 FT                     7 PM THU     0.13
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                      7 PM THU     0.13
LAYTON - 4468 FT                         7 PM THU     0.11
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                      7 PM THU     0.11
THATCHER - 4292 FT                       6 AM THU     0.11
LAYTON - 4770 FT                         7 PM THU     0.09
CLEARFIELD UDOT - 4685 FT                7 PM THU     0.08
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                7 PM THU     0.07
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                    7 PM THU     0.07
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                 7 PM THU     0.06
GARLAND 1 SE - 4328 FT                   6 AM THU     0.06
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                7 PM THU     0.05
WEST BOUNTIFUL - 4231 FT                 9 AM THU     0.05
PERRY - 4491 FT                          6 AM THU     0.05
CENTERVILLE - 4216 FT                    7 PM THU     0.03
BOUNTIFUL - 4760 FT                      7 PM THU     0.02
CORINNE - 4238 FT                        8 PM THU     0.01

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
TOOELE - 5070 FT                         5 PM THU     0.33
ROCKY - 5970 FT                          7 PM THU     0.22
SANDY - 4852 FT                          7 AM THU     0.21
TOOELE 2 - 4318 FT                       8 PM THU     0.17
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         7 PM THU     0.13
RIVERTON - 4480 FT                       7 PM THU     0.12
SANDY - 5161 FT                          7 PM THU     0.12
RIVERTON - 4429 FT                       7 PM THU     0.12
DRAPER - 4418 FT                         7 PM THU     0.11
DRAPER - 5052 FT                         7 PM THU     0.11
STOCKTON - 5087 FT                       7 AM THU     0.10
MAGNA - 4375 FT                          7 AM THU     0.08
RIVERTON - 4534 FT                       6 AM THU     0.08
WEST JORDAN - 4722 FT                    9 AM THU     0.07
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS - 5138 FT             7 AM THU     0.06
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS - 5230 FT             7 AM THU     0.06
SOUTH JORDAN - 4551 FT                   7 PM THU     0.05
HERRIMAN - 5062 FT                       7 PM THU     0.05
SANDY - 4714 FT                          7 AM THU     0.05
SALT LAKE CITY - 4753 FT                 7 PM THU     0.04
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4281 FT               7 PM THU     0.04
HOLLADAY - 4344 FT                       7 PM THU     0.04
SANDY - 4712 FT                          7 PM THU     0.04
VERNON - 5639 FT                         7 PM THU     0.04
HOLLADAY - 4516 FT                       7 PM THU     0.04
TAYLORSVILLE-BENNION - 4594 FT           7 AM THU     0.04
MURRAY - 4290 FT                         8 PM THU     0.03
SALT LAKE CITY - 5102 FT                 7 PM THU     0.03
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4317 FT               8 AM THU     0.03
TRANS-JORDAN LANDFILL - 5201 FT          8 PM THU     0.02
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                   7 PM THU     0.02
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            7 PM THU     0.02
KEARNS - 4613 FT                         7 PM THU     0.02
TAYLORSVILLE - 4593 FT                   7 PM THU     0.02
SALT LAKE CITY - 5305 FT                 7 PM THU     0.02
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                 7 PM THU     0.02
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT         8 PM THU     0.01
TAYLORSVILLE - 4514 FT                   7 PM THU     0.01
MAGNA - 4400 FT                          7 PM THU     0.01

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SPANISH FORK - 4738 FT                   7 PM THU     0.20
SPANISH FORK POWER HOUSE - 4720 FT       5 PM THU     0.12
SPANISH FORK - 4734 FT                   7 PM THU     0.11
LEHI - 4800 FT                           7 AM THU     0.08
PLEASANT GROVE - 5200 FT                 7 PM THU     0.07
PAYSON - 4652 FT                         7 PM THU     0.07
TICKVILLE - 5191 FT                      7 PM THU     0.07
SARATOGA SPRINGS 1W - 7544 FT            7 PM THU     0.07
ALPINE - 5070 FT                         5 PM THU     0.07
OREM - 4728 FT                           7 PM THU     0.06
PROVO BYU - 4570 FT                      5 PM THU     0.06
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT          8 PM THU     0.05
LEHI - 4593 FT                           7 PM THU     0.04
PROVO - 4641 FT                          7 PM THU     0.04
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4787 FT               7 PM THU     0.03
SPANISH FORK - 4721 FT                   8 PM THU     0.02
AMERICAN FORK - 4623 FT                  7 AM THU     0.02

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
WEST OF WILDCAT MTN - 4259 FT            7 PM THU     0.38
ROMEO & CENTERLINE - 4308 FT             7 PM THU     0.29
CLIFTON FLAT - 6384 FT                   7 PM THU     0.16
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                    7 PM THU     0.13
UTAH TEST RANGE - 4440 FT                5 PM THU     0.13
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                7 PM THU     0.10
INTERSTATE 80 - 4125 FT                  7 PM THU     0.08
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT               7 PM THU     0.07
TARGET S - 4349 FT                       7 PM THU     0.07
ENGLISH VILLAGE - 4788 FT                7 PM THU     0.06
CAUSEWAY - 4246 FT                       7 PM THU     0.06
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                   7 PM THU     0.06
ARAGONITE - 5030 FT                      7 PM THU     0.05
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        7 PM THU     0.05
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 8 PM THU     0.04
VERNON CREEK NEAR VERNON 8SE - 6226 FT   7 PM THU     0.04
TARGET R - 4311 FT                       7 PM THU     0.03
SALT FLATS - 4265 FT                     7 PM THU     0.03
WEST SALT FLATS - 4237 FT                7 PM THU     0.01
CAMEL BACK MTN - 5077 FT                 7 PM THU     0.01
PLAYA STATION - 4280 FT                  7 PM THU     0.01
WHITE SAGE - 4363 FT                     7 PM THU     0.01
DURAND ROAD - 4538 FT                    7 PM THU     0.01
DITTO - 4345 FT                          7 PM THU     0.01
BAKER LAB - 4294 FT                      7 PM THU     0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
SWANSONS ENV CENTER - 5700 FT            8 PM THU     0.48
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                     7 PM THU     0.47
MORGAN UDOT - 5105 FT                    7 PM THU     0.33
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        7 PM THU     0.27
MORGAN - 5059 FT                         7 PM THU     0.25
MORGAN - 5092 FT                         7 AM THU     0.24
WANSHIP DAM - 5940 FT                    5 PM THU     0.13
EDEN - 5337 FT                           5 PM THU     0.12
PARK CITY - 6516 FT                      7 AM THU     0.08
COALVILLE - 5673 FT                      7 PM THU     0.05
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT        7 PM THU     0.03

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
MANTUA - 5899 FT                         7 PM THU     1.25
BLACKSMITH FORK - 5020 FT                7 PM THU     0.48
GARDEN CITY - 5959 FT                    7 PM THU     0.38
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       7 PM THU     0.22
LOST CREEK NR CROYDEN - 5840 FT          7 PM THU     0.20
HARDWARE RANCH - 5564 FT                 8 PM THU     0.16
EMIGRATION CANYON - 6024 FT              7 PM THU     0.13
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    7 PM THU     0.11
LAKETOWN - 5980 FT                       5 PM THU     0.05
RANDOLPH UDOT - 6329 FT                  7 PM THU     0.04
LAKETOWN UDOT - 5991 FT                  7 PM THU     0.03
CITY CREEK WATER PLANT - 5330 FT         5 PM THU     0.03
LAKETOWN - 5959 FT                       8 PM THU     0.02
RANDOLPH - 6264 FT                       8 PM THU     0.01
SUMMIT PARK - 6998 FT                    7 PM THU     0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
SUNDANCE - 7503 FT                       8 PM THU     0.18
ALTA - 8730 FT                           5 PM THU     0.12
FOUNTAIN GREEN 4ENE - 7166 FT            7 PM THU     0.03
TIMPANOGOS CAVE - 7999 FT                7 PM THU     0.02

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 7 PM THU     0.44
HEBER CITY 10 ESE - 8305 FT              7 AM THU     0.31
BEAR RIVER - 8536 FT                     7 PM THU     0.25
MOON LAKE - 8150 FT                      7 PM THU     0.21
WEBER RIVER NR OAKLEY 7NNE - 6653 FT     7 PM THU     0.19
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         7 PM THU     0.15
OAKLEY - 7800 FT                         7 PM THU     0.09
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      7 PM THU     0.07
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        7 PM THU     0.07
YELLOWSTONE DRAINAGE - 7800 FT           7 PM THU     0.06
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           7 PM THU     0.06
YELLOWSTONE RIVER NR ALTONAH - 7506 FT   7 PM THU     0.03
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       7 PM THU     0.01

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                    7 PM THU     0.25
BAER #10 RED BULL - 8360 FT              7 PM THU     0.06
HORSE RIDGE - 8480 FT                    7 PM THU     0.05
BRUIN POINT - 10200 FT                   7 PM THU     0.01

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT            7 PM THU     0.15
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      7 PM THU     0.11
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      7 PM THU     0.05

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

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
SEVIER RESERVOIR - 5369 FT               7 PM THU     0.17
MOUNT PLEASANT - 5924 FT                 7 PM THU     0.07
SPRING CITY - 5835 FT                    7 PM THU     0.06

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
FISH SPRINGS - 4282 FT                   7 PM THU     0.03
SIXMILE RIDGE - 5075 FT                  7 AM THU     0.03
OAK CITY - 5138 FT                       7 PM THU     0.01
OAK CITY - 5135 FT                       7 PM THU     0.01

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
PAROWAN 10NW - 5820 FT                   8 PM THU     0.29

...SOUTH CENTRAL UTAH...
KANAB - 4940 FT                          5 PM THU     0.06

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
GRASSY LAKE NR EPHRAIM - 8880 FT         7 PM THU     0.03
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    7 PM THU     0.02
10 ESE OAK CITY - 7268 FT                7 PM THU     0.02

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    7 PM THU     0.23
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         8 PM THU     0.12
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT       7 PM THU     0.06


$$


000
NOUS45 KPUB 212257
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-212357

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
457 PM MDT THU MAY 21 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 54
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 42
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... .10

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 48
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 38
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... .12

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 66
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 41
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0
                    PEAK WIND GUST...36 MPH FROM THE
                    SOUTH AT 421 PM MDT.


$$


000
NOUS45 KFGZ 211544
PNSFGZ

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FLAGSTAFF AZ
845 AM MST THU MAY 21 2015

...NOAA WEATHER RADIO MAINTENANCE AT GRAND CANYON TODAY...

THE GRAND CANYON NOAA WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTER WILL BE ON AND OFF
AIR FOR MAINTENANCE TODAY, THURSDAY MAY 21ST, 2015. THE EXPECTED
OUTAGE TIME IS FROM 930 AM MST TO 200 PM MST.

$$


000
NOUS45 KFGZ 211544
PNSFGZ

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FLAGSTAFF AZ
845 AM MST THU MAY 21 2015

...NOAA WEATHER RADIO MAINTENANCE AT GRAND CANYON TODAY...

THE GRAND CANYON NOAA WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTER WILL BE ON AND OFF
AIR FOR MAINTENANCE TODAY, THURSDAY MAY 21ST, 2015. THE EXPECTED
OUTAGE TIME IS FROM 930 AM MST TO 200 PM MST.

$$



000
NOUS45 KFGZ 211544
PNSFGZ

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FLAGSTAFF AZ
845 AM MST THU MAY 21 2015

...NOAA WEATHER RADIO MAINTENANCE AT GRAND CANYON TODAY...

THE GRAND CANYON NOAA WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTER WILL BE ON AND OFF
AIR FOR MAINTENANCE TODAY, THURSDAY MAY 21ST, 2015. THE EXPECTED
OUTAGE TIME IS FROM 930 AM MST TO 200 PM MST.

$$



000
NOUS45 KFGZ 211544
PNSFGZ

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FLAGSTAFF AZ
845 AM MST THU MAY 21 2015

...NOAA WEATHER RADIO MAINTENANCE AT GRAND CANYON TODAY...

THE GRAND CANYON NOAA WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTER WILL BE ON AND OFF
AIR FOR MAINTENANCE TODAY, THURSDAY MAY 21ST, 2015. THE EXPECTED
OUTAGE TIME IS FROM 930 AM MST TO 200 PM MST.

$$



000
NOUS45 KFGZ 211544
PNSFGZ

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FLAGSTAFF AZ
845 AM MST THU MAY 21 2015

...NOAA WEATHER RADIO MAINTENANCE AT GRAND CANYON TODAY...

THE GRAND CANYON NOAA WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTER WILL BE ON AND OFF
AIR FOR MAINTENANCE TODAY, THURSDAY MAY 21ST, 2015. THE EXPECTED
OUTAGE TIME IS FROM 930 AM MST TO 200 PM MST.

$$



000
NOUS45 KFGZ 211544
PNSFGZ

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FLAGSTAFF AZ
845 AM MST THU MAY 21 2015

...NOAA WEATHER RADIO MAINTENANCE AT GRAND CANYON TODAY...

THE GRAND CANYON NOAA WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTER WILL BE ON AND OFF
AIR FOR MAINTENANCE TODAY, THURSDAY MAY 21ST, 2015. THE EXPECTED
OUTAGE TIME IS FROM 930 AM MST TO 200 PM MST.

$$



000
NOUS43 KARX 211506
PNSARX

SERVICE CHANGE NOTICE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LA CROSSE WI
1005 AM CST THU MAY 21 2015

TO:       FAMILY OF SERVICES /FOS/ SUBSCRIBERS...NOAA WEATHER
           WIRE SERVICE /NWWS/ SUBSCRIBERS...EMERGENCY MANAGERS
           WEATHER INFORMATION NETWORK /EMWIN/ SUBSCRIBERS...
           NOAAPORT SUBSCRIBERS...NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE /NWS/
           PARTNERS AND OTHER USERS...AND NWS EMPLOYEES

FROM:     MIKE WELVAERT
          SERVICE HYDROLOGIST
          NWS LA CROSSE WI

SUBJECT:  NEW FORECAST SERVICE FOR THE YELLOW RIVER AT NECEDAH IN
          JUNEAU COUNTY IN CENTRAL WISCONSIN

BEGINNING ON WEDNESDAY MAY 20 2015...NOAA/S NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
/NWS/ OFFICE IN LA CROSSE COMMENCED THE PROVISION OF NEW RIVER
FORECAST SERVICE FOR THE YELLOW RIVER AT NECEDAH.

THIS NEW SERVICE HAS BEEN COORDINATED WITH LOCAL OFFICIALS...AS WELL
AS DAM OWNERS AND OPERATORS ALONG THE YELLOW AND WISCONSIN RIVERS
IN CENTRAL WISCONSIN.

THIS NEW FORECAST SERVICE WILL NOT ONLY PROVIDE FLOODING FORECASTS
FOR THE COMMUNITY OF NECEDAH AND NEARBY AREAS...BUT IT WILL ALSO
ASSIST WATER PLANNERS IN THE REGION WITH OPERATION OF DAMS ON
BOTH THE YELLOW AND WISCONSIN RIVERS.

SO AS OF MAY 20...2015...AT 1800 COORDINATED UNIVERSAL TIME /UTC/
NWS LA CROSSE BEGAN TO ISSUE HYDROLOGIC PRODUCTS AS NECESSARY
THAT MAY INCLUDE SPECIFIC RIVER FORECASTS. THE HYDROLOGIC PRODUCTS
ARE LISTED IN THE FOLLOWING TABLE.

PRODUCT TYPE                WMO HEADER           PRODUCT IDENTIFIER

HYDROLOGIC OUTLOOK          FGUS73 KARX              MKEESFARX
FLOOD / FLASH FLOOD WATCH   WGUS63 KARX              MKEFFAARX
FLOOD WARNING               WGUS43 KARX              MKEFLWARX
FLOOD STATEMENT             WGUS83 KARX              MKEFLSARX
HYDROLOGIC STATEMENT        FGUS83 KARX              MKERVSARX
RIVER SUMMARY               SRUS43 KARX              MKERVAARX

AN EXPLICIT LIST OF AFFECTED PRODUCTS AND SAMPLE PRODUCTS ARE POSTED
AT:    WWW.CRH.NOAA.GOV/PUBLIC/PRODUCT_EXAMPLES/INDEX.PHP

THE NWS DEFINES FLOOD STAGE AS THE RIVER LEVEL OR FLOW VALUE AT
WHICH IMPACTS TO LIFE AND/OR PROPERTY BEGIN. FLOOD STAGE FOR THE
YELLOW RIVER AT NECEDAH HAS BEEN DETERMINED TO BE 15 FEET.

FORECASTS FOR THE YELLOW RIVER AT NECEDAH WILL BE ISSUED WHEN WATER
LEVELS ARE EXPECTED TO EXCEED 12 FEET...AND FLOOD WARNINGS WILL BE
ISSUED WHEN WATER LEVELS ARE EXPECTED TO REACH OR EXCEED THE
FLOOD STAGE LEVEL OF 15 FEET.

THE NWS LOCATION IDENTIFIER /NWSLI/ AT THIS LOCATION IS NCAW3.

IN ADDITION TO THE TEXT INFORMATION DETAILED ABOVE...GRAPHICAL
DEPICTIONS OF RIVER LEVELS AND FORECASTS ARE ALSO AVAILABLE ON OUR
WEBSITE.  THIS CAN BE FOUND UNDER THE RIVERS AND LAKES OPTION ON THE
MAIN LA CROSSE NWS WEB PAGE AT: WWW.WEATHER.GOV/ARX

IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS ON THIS NEW SERVICE...PLEASE
CONTACT:

  MIKE WELVAERT
  SERVICE HYDROLOGIST
  NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORECAST OFFICE
  N2788 COUNTY ROAD FA
  LA CROSSE WI 54601
  PHONE: 608-784-8275 EXT. 493
  E-MAIL: MIKE.WELVAERT@NOAA.GOV

THIS AND OTHER NWS SERVICE CHANGE NOTICES ARE AVAILABLE ONLINE AT
 HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/OM/NOTIF.HTM

$$

WELVAERT



000
NOUS43 KARX 211506
PNSARX

SERVICE CHANGE NOTICE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LA CROSSE WI
1005 AM CST THU MAY 21 2015

TO:       FAMILY OF SERVICES /FOS/ SUBSCRIBERS...NOAA WEATHER
           WIRE SERVICE /NWWS/ SUBSCRIBERS...EMERGENCY MANAGERS
           WEATHER INFORMATION NETWORK /EMWIN/ SUBSCRIBERS...
           NOAAPORT SUBSCRIBERS...NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE /NWS/
           PARTNERS AND OTHER USERS...AND NWS EMPLOYEES

FROM:     MIKE WELVAERT
          SERVICE HYDROLOGIST
          NWS LA CROSSE WI

SUBJECT:  NEW FORECAST SERVICE FOR THE YELLOW RIVER AT NECEDAH IN
          JUNEAU COUNTY IN CENTRAL WISCONSIN

BEGINNING ON WEDNESDAY MAY 20 2015...NOAA/S NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
/NWS/ OFFICE IN LA CROSSE COMMENCED THE PROVISION OF NEW RIVER
FORECAST SERVICE FOR THE YELLOW RIVER AT NECEDAH.

THIS NEW SERVICE HAS BEEN COORDINATED WITH LOCAL OFFICIALS...AS WELL
AS DAM OWNERS AND OPERATORS ALONG THE YELLOW AND WISCONSIN RIVERS
IN CENTRAL WISCONSIN.

THIS NEW FORECAST SERVICE WILL NOT ONLY PROVIDE FLOODING FORECASTS
FOR THE COMMUNITY OF NECEDAH AND NEARBY AREAS...BUT IT WILL ALSO
ASSIST WATER PLANNERS IN THE REGION WITH OPERATION OF DAMS ON
BOTH THE YELLOW AND WISCONSIN RIVERS.

SO AS OF MAY 20...2015...AT 1800 COORDINATED UNIVERSAL TIME /UTC/
NWS LA CROSSE BEGAN TO ISSUE HYDROLOGIC PRODUCTS AS NECESSARY
THAT MAY INCLUDE SPECIFIC RIVER FORECASTS. THE HYDROLOGIC PRODUCTS
ARE LISTED IN THE FOLLOWING TABLE.

PRODUCT TYPE                WMO HEADER           PRODUCT IDENTIFIER

HYDROLOGIC OUTLOOK          FGUS73 KARX              MKEESFARX
FLOOD / FLASH FLOOD WATCH   WGUS63 KARX              MKEFFAARX
FLOOD WARNING               WGUS43 KARX              MKEFLWARX
FLOOD STATEMENT             WGUS83 KARX              MKEFLSARX
HYDROLOGIC STATEMENT        FGUS83 KARX              MKERVSARX
RIVER SUMMARY               SRUS43 KARX              MKERVAARX

AN EXPLICIT LIST OF AFFECTED PRODUCTS AND SAMPLE PRODUCTS ARE POSTED
AT:    WWW.CRH.NOAA.GOV/PUBLIC/PRODUCT_EXAMPLES/INDEX.PHP

THE NWS DEFINES FLOOD STAGE AS THE RIVER LEVEL OR FLOW VALUE AT
WHICH IMPACTS TO LIFE AND/OR PROPERTY BEGIN. FLOOD STAGE FOR THE
YELLOW RIVER AT NECEDAH HAS BEEN DETERMINED TO BE 15 FEET.

FORECASTS FOR THE YELLOW RIVER AT NECEDAH WILL BE ISSUED WHEN WATER
LEVELS ARE EXPECTED TO EXCEED 12 FEET...AND FLOOD WARNINGS WILL BE
ISSUED WHEN WATER LEVELS ARE EXPECTED TO REACH OR EXCEED THE
FLOOD STAGE LEVEL OF 15 FEET.

THE NWS LOCATION IDENTIFIER /NWSLI/ AT THIS LOCATION IS NCAW3.

IN ADDITION TO THE TEXT INFORMATION DETAILED ABOVE...GRAPHICAL
DEPICTIONS OF RIVER LEVELS AND FORECASTS ARE ALSO AVAILABLE ON OUR
WEBSITE.  THIS CAN BE FOUND UNDER THE RIVERS AND LAKES OPTION ON THE
MAIN LA CROSSE NWS WEB PAGE AT: WWW.WEATHER.GOV/ARX

IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS ON THIS NEW SERVICE...PLEASE
CONTACT:

  MIKE WELVAERT
  SERVICE HYDROLOGIST
  NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORECAST OFFICE
  N2788 COUNTY ROAD FA
  LA CROSSE WI 54601
  PHONE: 608-784-8275 EXT. 493
  E-MAIL: MIKE.WELVAERT@NOAA.GOV

THIS AND OTHER NWS SERVICE CHANGE NOTICES ARE AVAILABLE ONLINE AT
 HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/OM/NOTIF.HTM

$$

WELVAERT



000
NOUS43 KARX 211506
PNSARX

SERVICE CHANGE NOTICE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LA CROSSE WI
1005 AM CST THU MAY 21 2015

TO:       FAMILY OF SERVICES /FOS/ SUBSCRIBERS...NOAA WEATHER
           WIRE SERVICE /NWWS/ SUBSCRIBERS...EMERGENCY MANAGERS
           WEATHER INFORMATION NETWORK /EMWIN/ SUBSCRIBERS...
           NOAAPORT SUBSCRIBERS...NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE /NWS/
           PARTNERS AND OTHER USERS...AND NWS EMPLOYEES

FROM:     MIKE WELVAERT
          SERVICE HYDROLOGIST
          NWS LA CROSSE WI

SUBJECT:  NEW FORECAST SERVICE FOR THE YELLOW RIVER AT NECEDAH IN
          JUNEAU COUNTY IN CENTRAL WISCONSIN

BEGINNING ON WEDNESDAY MAY 20 2015...NOAA/S NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
/NWS/ OFFICE IN LA CROSSE COMMENCED THE PROVISION OF NEW RIVER
FORECAST SERVICE FOR THE YELLOW RIVER AT NECEDAH.

THIS NEW SERVICE HAS BEEN COORDINATED WITH LOCAL OFFICIALS...AS WELL
AS DAM OWNERS AND OPERATORS ALONG THE YELLOW AND WISCONSIN RIVERS
IN CENTRAL WISCONSIN.

THIS NEW FORECAST SERVICE WILL NOT ONLY PROVIDE FLOODING FORECASTS
FOR THE COMMUNITY OF NECEDAH AND NEARBY AREAS...BUT IT WILL ALSO
ASSIST WATER PLANNERS IN THE REGION WITH OPERATION OF DAMS ON
BOTH THE YELLOW AND WISCONSIN RIVERS.

SO AS OF MAY 20...2015...AT 1800 COORDINATED UNIVERSAL TIME /UTC/
NWS LA CROSSE BEGAN TO ISSUE HYDROLOGIC PRODUCTS AS NECESSARY
THAT MAY INCLUDE SPECIFIC RIVER FORECASTS. THE HYDROLOGIC PRODUCTS
ARE LISTED IN THE FOLLOWING TABLE.

PRODUCT TYPE                WMO HEADER           PRODUCT IDENTIFIER

HYDROLOGIC OUTLOOK          FGUS73 KARX              MKEESFARX
FLOOD / FLASH FLOOD WATCH   WGUS63 KARX              MKEFFAARX
FLOOD WARNING               WGUS43 KARX              MKEFLWARX
FLOOD STATEMENT             WGUS83 KARX              MKEFLSARX
HYDROLOGIC STATEMENT        FGUS83 KARX              MKERVSARX
RIVER SUMMARY               SRUS43 KARX              MKERVAARX

AN EXPLICIT LIST OF AFFECTED PRODUCTS AND SAMPLE PRODUCTS ARE POSTED
AT:    WWW.CRH.NOAA.GOV/PUBLIC/PRODUCT_EXAMPLES/INDEX.PHP

THE NWS DEFINES FLOOD STAGE AS THE RIVER LEVEL OR FLOW VALUE AT
WHICH IMPACTS TO LIFE AND/OR PROPERTY BEGIN. FLOOD STAGE FOR THE
YELLOW RIVER AT NECEDAH HAS BEEN DETERMINED TO BE 15 FEET.

FORECASTS FOR THE YELLOW RIVER AT NECEDAH WILL BE ISSUED WHEN WATER
LEVELS ARE EXPECTED TO EXCEED 12 FEET...AND FLOOD WARNINGS WILL BE
ISSUED WHEN WATER LEVELS ARE EXPECTED TO REACH OR EXCEED THE
FLOOD STAGE LEVEL OF 15 FEET.

THE NWS LOCATION IDENTIFIER /NWSLI/ AT THIS LOCATION IS NCAW3.

IN ADDITION TO THE TEXT INFORMATION DETAILED ABOVE...GRAPHICAL
DEPICTIONS OF RIVER LEVELS AND FORECASTS ARE ALSO AVAILABLE ON OUR
WEBSITE.  THIS CAN BE FOUND UNDER THE RIVERS AND LAKES OPTION ON THE
MAIN LA CROSSE NWS WEB PAGE AT: WWW.WEATHER.GOV/ARX

IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS ON THIS NEW SERVICE...PLEASE
CONTACT:

  MIKE WELVAERT
  SERVICE HYDROLOGIST
  NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORECAST OFFICE
  N2788 COUNTY ROAD FA
  LA CROSSE WI 54601
  PHONE: 608-784-8275 EXT. 493
  E-MAIL: MIKE.WELVAERT@NOAA.GOV

THIS AND OTHER NWS SERVICE CHANGE NOTICES ARE AVAILABLE ONLINE AT
 HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/OM/NOTIF.HTM

$$

WELVAERT



000
NOUS43 KARX 211506
PNSARX

SERVICE CHANGE NOTICE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LA CROSSE WI
1005 AM CST THU MAY 21 2015

TO:       FAMILY OF SERVICES /FOS/ SUBSCRIBERS...NOAA WEATHER
           WIRE SERVICE /NWWS/ SUBSCRIBERS...EMERGENCY MANAGERS
           WEATHER INFORMATION NETWORK /EMWIN/ SUBSCRIBERS...
           NOAAPORT SUBSCRIBERS...NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE /NWS/
           PARTNERS AND OTHER USERS...AND NWS EMPLOYEES

FROM:     MIKE WELVAERT
          SERVICE HYDROLOGIST
          NWS LA CROSSE WI

SUBJECT:  NEW FORECAST SERVICE FOR THE YELLOW RIVER AT NECEDAH IN
          JUNEAU COUNTY IN CENTRAL WISCONSIN

BEGINNING ON WEDNESDAY MAY 20 2015...NOAA/S NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
/NWS/ OFFICE IN LA CROSSE COMMENCED THE PROVISION OF NEW RIVER
FORECAST SERVICE FOR THE YELLOW RIVER AT NECEDAH.

THIS NEW SERVICE HAS BEEN COORDINATED WITH LOCAL OFFICIALS...AS WELL
AS DAM OWNERS AND OPERATORS ALONG THE YELLOW AND WISCONSIN RIVERS
IN CENTRAL WISCONSIN.

THIS NEW FORECAST SERVICE WILL NOT ONLY PROVIDE FLOODING FORECASTS
FOR THE COMMUNITY OF NECEDAH AND NEARBY AREAS...BUT IT WILL ALSO
ASSIST WATER PLANNERS IN THE REGION WITH OPERATION OF DAMS ON
BOTH THE YELLOW AND WISCONSIN RIVERS.

SO AS OF MAY 20...2015...AT 1800 COORDINATED UNIVERSAL TIME /UTC/
NWS LA CROSSE BEGAN TO ISSUE HYDROLOGIC PRODUCTS AS NECESSARY
THAT MAY INCLUDE SPECIFIC RIVER FORECASTS. THE HYDROLOGIC PRODUCTS
ARE LISTED IN THE FOLLOWING TABLE.

PRODUCT TYPE                WMO HEADER           PRODUCT IDENTIFIER

HYDROLOGIC OUTLOOK          FGUS73 KARX              MKEESFARX
FLOOD / FLASH FLOOD WATCH   WGUS63 KARX              MKEFFAARX
FLOOD WARNING               WGUS43 KARX              MKEFLWARX
FLOOD STATEMENT             WGUS83 KARX              MKEFLSARX
HYDROLOGIC STATEMENT        FGUS83 KARX              MKERVSARX
RIVER SUMMARY               SRUS43 KARX              MKERVAARX

AN EXPLICIT LIST OF AFFECTED PRODUCTS AND SAMPLE PRODUCTS ARE POSTED
AT:    WWW.CRH.NOAA.GOV/PUBLIC/PRODUCT_EXAMPLES/INDEX.PHP

THE NWS DEFINES FLOOD STAGE AS THE RIVER LEVEL OR FLOW VALUE AT
WHICH IMPACTS TO LIFE AND/OR PROPERTY BEGIN. FLOOD STAGE FOR THE
YELLOW RIVER AT NECEDAH HAS BEEN DETERMINED TO BE 15 FEET.

FORECASTS FOR THE YELLOW RIVER AT NECEDAH WILL BE ISSUED WHEN WATER
LEVELS ARE EXPECTED TO EXCEED 12 FEET...AND FLOOD WARNINGS WILL BE
ISSUED WHEN WATER LEVELS ARE EXPECTED TO REACH OR EXCEED THE
FLOOD STAGE LEVEL OF 15 FEET.

THE NWS LOCATION IDENTIFIER /NWSLI/ AT THIS LOCATION IS NCAW3.

IN ADDITION TO THE TEXT INFORMATION DETAILED ABOVE...GRAPHICAL
DEPICTIONS OF RIVER LEVELS AND FORECASTS ARE ALSO AVAILABLE ON OUR
WEBSITE.  THIS CAN BE FOUND UNDER THE RIVERS AND LAKES OPTION ON THE
MAIN LA CROSSE NWS WEB PAGE AT: WWW.WEATHER.GOV/ARX

IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS ON THIS NEW SERVICE...PLEASE
CONTACT:

  MIKE WELVAERT
  SERVICE HYDROLOGIST
  NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORECAST OFFICE
  N2788 COUNTY ROAD FA
  LA CROSSE WI 54601
  PHONE: 608-784-8275 EXT. 493
  E-MAIL: MIKE.WELVAERT@NOAA.GOV

THIS AND OTHER NWS SERVICE CHANGE NOTICES ARE AVAILABLE ONLINE AT
 HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/OM/NOTIF.HTM

$$

WELVAERT



000
NOUS41 KWBC 211454
PNSWSH

Public Information Notice
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
955 AM EDT Thu May 21 2015

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

From:     Eli Jacks
          Acting Chief, Forecast Services Division

Subject:  "Don`t Fry Day" May 22, 2015: Excessive Heat and Sun
          Safety Guidance for 2015 Season

May 22, 2015, has been declared national "Don`t Fry Day" by NWS
and the National Council on Skin Cancer Prevention (NCSCP). NWS
is taking part again this year with the Environmental Protection
Agency (EPA), the Occupational Safety and Health Administration
(OSHA), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and
the NCSCP to promote sun-safe behaviors.

As we approach the 20th anniversary of the deadly July 1995 heat
wave, during which nearly 750 people died, we are tragically
reminded that heat is a silent killer. It is one of the leading
weather-related killers in this country, resulting in hundreds of
deaths each year. Heat-related death and illness are preventable.
Yet heat claims more lives most years than floods, lightning and
tornadoes combined.

Skin cancer, which can develop from overexposure to UV radiation,
is the most common form of cancer in the United States. Nearly
5 million people are treated for skin cancer each year in the
United States, at an estimated annual cost of $8.1 billion. Skin
cancer can be serious, expensive, and sometimes even deadly.
Fortunately, most skin cancers can be prevented. The first steps
are to know how to access the current heat and UV radiation
(UV Index) forecasts, and to know how to use them. Below are some
essential heat and UV resources.

NWS provides heat-related Watch, Warning, and Advisory products
to warn the public about excessive heat events on its homepage:

  www.weather.gov

This year NWS is conducting a national seasonal safety campaign
designed to prepare the public for seasonal weather hazards.
Seasonal campaigns (winter, spring, summer, fall) will focus on
the major weather hazards experienced around the country during
each season. This seasonal approach allows NWS to focus outreach
efforts on major weather hazards as they occur and to prepare the
public for future extreme weather events.

Excessive heat safety toolkits, at the site listed below, are
included in the spring and summer campaigns. These materials
provide useful information on the dangers of extreme heat
exposure and tips for staying safe in the summer heat and sun.

Please use the following resources throughout this summer to help
us build a Weather-Ready Nation.

NWS is working to build a Weather-Ready Nation to improve the
nation`s readiness, responsiveness, and overall resilience
against extreme weather, water, and climate events - including
extreme heat. The NWS Heat Safety web page provides information
to enhance community resilience in the face of current and
projected increases in extreme heat events.

  www.weather.gov/heatsafety

New NWS National Seasonal Safety Campaign Outreach Toolkits
(Summer Campaign toolkit available June 1) are available at:

  www.weather.gov/safetycampaign

NWS provides an experimental national forecast map showing
elevated and alert UV levels for mid-day:

www.cpc.ncep.noaa.gov/products/stratosphere/uv_index/uv_alert.sht
ml

EPA`s website offers hourly UV Index updates and sun safety tips:

  http://www2.epa.gov/sunwise

At the EPA`s Sunwise website, you can access your local UV Index
by ZIP code and signup to receive automated UV Alerts via email.
You also can download the UV Index as a smart phone app that
showcases winning posters from the Sunwise with Shade poster
contest.

  www.epa.gov/enviro/mobile/

Communities can access the EPA`s Excessive Heat Events Guidebook
developed in collaboration with the NWS, CDC and the Department
of Homeland Security. The guide offers heat mitigation plans.

  www.epa.gov/heatisland/about/heatguidebook.html

OSHA conducts an annual nationwide campaign to educate workers
and employers about hazards of working in the heat and how to
prevent heat-related illnesses, starting with the Campaign`s
life-saving, simple "Water.Rest.Shade." message.

OSHA`s heat-related publications, including fact sheets, training
guides, community posters, quick cards and social media toolkit
are available in English and Spanish. OSHA`s popular "Heat Safety
Tool" smartphone application is available in English and Spanish
for Android and was recently updated for iOS devices. The app
calculates the heat index using NWS information based on current
location and provides a risk level and precautions to take for
working outdoors.For the latest information on the 2015 campaign:

  www.osha.gov/heat

NWS is working with OSHA to protect outdoor workers and educate
employers during excessive heat and other weather-related events
and emergencies. NWS will continue including specific outdoor
worker safety precautions in its Heat Advisories and Excessive
Heat Warnings.

CDC leads the effort to reduce illness and death caused by skin
cancer through education, surveillance and research efforts. Skin
cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States.
The majority of skin cancers cases can be traced to UV radiation.
You can reduce skin cancer risk by staying in the shade, wearing
protective clothing, using sunscreen with broad spectrum (UVA and
UVB rays) protection and Sun Protection Factor (SPF) 15 or
higher, and by avoiding tanning beds. Information on skin cancer
statistics, prevention, and CDC`s skin cancer initiatives is
available at:

  www.cdc.gov/cancer/skin/

CDC collaborates with public health authorities to communicate
the risks of extreme heat and to provide guidelines to assist
state and local health departments in their development of city-
specific comprehensive heat emergency response plans. By knowing
who is at risk and what prevention measures to take, heat-related
illness can be prevented. CDC provides easily accessible
resources for members of the public, local health departments and
other organizations, assisting ongoing outreach efforts to those
most vulnerable to extreme heat events.

  www.cdc.gov/extremeheat/

NCSCP represents the nation`s premier skin cancer organizations,
researchers, clinicians, and advocates for the prevention of
melanoma and skin cancer. These 40 national organizations include
the American Academy of Dermatology, the American Cancer Society,
the Melanoma Research Foundation, and the Skin Cancer Foundation
as well as federal agency partners and many other foundations and
associations devoted to skin cancer prevention. Specific tips on
preventing skin cancer as well as more than 35 "Don`t Fry Day"
resources, including media guides, posters, graphics, and an
Action Kit for Meteorologists are available at the National
Council`s website:

  www.skincancerprevention.org

The partners offer the following heat wave and UV safety tips to
the public:

1. Slow down. Reduce, eliminated or reschedule strenuous work or
recreational activities until the coolest time of the day.

2. Get acclimated. Gradually increase outdoor work and
recreational activities so your body adjusts to hot conditions.

3. Dress in lightweight clothing, and wear UV-blocking sunglasses
and a hat with at least a 2 to 3-inch brim all around.

4. Drink plenty of water or other non-alcoholic fluids. Avoid
drinking alcoholic beverages.

5. Do not take salt tablets unless directed by a physician.

6. Take frequent breaks during work or play. When it`s really
hot, spend more time in air-conditioned places or seek shade
outside, especially during midday hours.

7. Check the UV Index when planning outdoor activities to prevent
overexposure to the sun. Avoid sunburns and intentional tanning.

8. Generously apply sunscreen of SPF 15 or higher with broad
spectrum (both UVA and UVB rays) protection.

9. Seek shade whenever you can.

10. Know what the signs and symptoms or heat illness are. Check
on workers, particularly those wearing protective suits.

Elderly persons, small children, chronic invalids, those on
certain medications or drugs, outdoor workers, persons with
weight and alcohol problems and caretakers for these people
should pay close attention to the above tips, particularly during
heat waves in areas where excessive heat is rare.

For more information, please contact:

  Jannie G. Ferrell
  jannie.g.ferrell@noaa.gov

National Public Information Notices are online at:

  www.weather.gov/os/notif.htm

$$



000
NOUS41 KWBC 211454
PNSWSH

Public Information Notice
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
955 AM EDT Thu May 21 2015

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

From:     Eli Jacks
          Acting Chief, Forecast Services Division

Subject:  "Don`t Fry Day" May 22, 2015: Excessive Heat and Sun
          Safety Guidance for 2015 Season

May 22, 2015, has been declared national "Don`t Fry Day" by NWS
and the National Council on Skin Cancer Prevention (NCSCP). NWS
is taking part again this year with the Environmental Protection
Agency (EPA), the Occupational Safety and Health Administration
(OSHA), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and
the NCSCP to promote sun-safe behaviors.

As we approach the 20th anniversary of the deadly July 1995 heat
wave, during which nearly 750 people died, we are tragically
reminded that heat is a silent killer. It is one of the leading
weather-related killers in this country, resulting in hundreds of
deaths each year. Heat-related death and illness are preventable.
Yet heat claims more lives most years than floods, lightning and
tornadoes combined.

Skin cancer, which can develop from overexposure to UV radiation,
is the most common form of cancer in the United States. Nearly
5 million people are treated for skin cancer each year in the
United States, at an estimated annual cost of $8.1 billion. Skin
cancer can be serious, expensive, and sometimes even deadly.
Fortunately, most skin cancers can be prevented. The first steps
are to know how to access the current heat and UV radiation
(UV Index) forecasts, and to know how to use them. Below are some
essential heat and UV resources.

NWS provides heat-related Watch, Warning, and Advisory products
to warn the public about excessive heat events on its homepage:

  www.weather.gov

This year NWS is conducting a national seasonal safety campaign
designed to prepare the public for seasonal weather hazards.
Seasonal campaigns (winter, spring, summer, fall) will focus on
the major weather hazards experienced around the country during
each season. This seasonal approach allows NWS to focus outreach
efforts on major weather hazards as they occur and to prepare the
public for future extreme weather events.

Excessive heat safety toolkits, at the site listed below, are
included in the spring and summer campaigns. These materials
provide useful information on the dangers of extreme heat
exposure and tips for staying safe in the summer heat and sun.

Please use the following resources throughout this summer to help
us build a Weather-Ready Nation.

NWS is working to build a Weather-Ready Nation to improve the
nation`s readiness, responsiveness, and overall resilience
against extreme weather, water, and climate events - including
extreme heat. The NWS Heat Safety web page provides information
to enhance community resilience in the face of current and
projected increases in extreme heat events.

  www.weather.gov/heatsafety

New NWS National Seasonal Safety Campaign Outreach Toolkits
(Summer Campaign toolkit available June 1) are available at:

  www.weather.gov/safetycampaign

NWS provides an experimental national forecast map showing
elevated and alert UV levels for mid-day:

www.cpc.ncep.noaa.gov/products/stratosphere/uv_index/uv_alert.sht
ml

EPA`s website offers hourly UV Index updates and sun safety tips:

  http://www2.epa.gov/sunwise

At the EPA`s Sunwise website, you can access your local UV Index
by ZIP code and signup to receive automated UV Alerts via email.
You also can download the UV Index as a smart phone app that
showcases winning posters from the Sunwise with Shade poster
contest.

  www.epa.gov/enviro/mobile/

Communities can access the EPA`s Excessive Heat Events Guidebook
developed in collaboration with the NWS, CDC and the Department
of Homeland Security. The guide offers heat mitigation plans.

  www.epa.gov/heatisland/about/heatguidebook.html

OSHA conducts an annual nationwide campaign to educate workers
and employers about hazards of working in the heat and how to
prevent heat-related illnesses, starting with the Campaign`s
life-saving, simple "Water.Rest.Shade." message.

OSHA`s heat-related publications, including fact sheets, training
guides, community posters, quick cards and social media toolkit
are available in English and Spanish. OSHA`s popular "Heat Safety
Tool" smartphone application is available in English and Spanish
for Android and was recently updated for iOS devices. The app
calculates the heat index using NWS information based on current
location and provides a risk level and precautions to take for
working outdoors.For the latest information on the 2015 campaign:

  www.osha.gov/heat

NWS is working with OSHA to protect outdoor workers and educate
employers during excessive heat and other weather-related events
and emergencies. NWS will continue including specific outdoor
worker safety precautions in its Heat Advisories and Excessive
Heat Warnings.

CDC leads the effort to reduce illness and death caused by skin
cancer through education, surveillance and research efforts. Skin
cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States.
The majority of skin cancers cases can be traced to UV radiation.
You can reduce skin cancer risk by staying in the shade, wearing
protective clothing, using sunscreen with broad spectrum (UVA and
UVB rays) protection and Sun Protection Factor (SPF) 15 or
higher, and by avoiding tanning beds. Information on skin cancer
statistics, prevention, and CDC`s skin cancer initiatives is
available at:

  www.cdc.gov/cancer/skin/

CDC collaborates with public health authorities to communicate
the risks of extreme heat and to provide guidelines to assist
state and local health departments in their development of city-
specific comprehensive heat emergency response plans. By knowing
who is at risk and what prevention measures to take, heat-related
illness can be prevented. CDC provides easily accessible
resources for members of the public, local health departments and
other organizations, assisting ongoing outreach efforts to those
most vulnerable to extreme heat events.

  www.cdc.gov/extremeheat/

NCSCP represents the nation`s premier skin cancer organizations,
researchers, clinicians, and advocates for the prevention of
melanoma and skin cancer. These 40 national organizations include
the American Academy of Dermatology, the American Cancer Society,
the Melanoma Research Foundation, and the Skin Cancer Foundation
as well as federal agency partners and many other foundations and
associations devoted to skin cancer prevention. Specific tips on
preventing skin cancer as well as more than 35 "Don`t Fry Day"
resources, including media guides, posters, graphics, and an
Action Kit for Meteorologists are available at the National
Council`s website:

  www.skincancerprevention.org

The partners offer the following heat wave and UV safety tips to
the public:

1. Slow down. Reduce, eliminated or reschedule strenuous work or
recreational activities until the coolest time of the day.

2. Get acclimated. Gradually increase outdoor work and
recreational activities so your body adjusts to hot conditions.

3. Dress in lightweight clothing, and wear UV-blocking sunglasses
and a hat with at least a 2 to 3-inch brim all around.

4. Drink plenty of water or other non-alcoholic fluids. Avoid
drinking alcoholic beverages.

5. Do not take salt tablets unless directed by a physician.

6. Take frequent breaks during work or play. When it`s really
hot, spend more time in air-conditioned places or seek shade
outside, especially during midday hours.

7. Check the UV Index when planning outdoor activities to prevent
overexposure to the sun. Avoid sunburns and intentional tanning.

8. Generously apply sunscreen of SPF 15 or higher with broad
spectrum (both UVA and UVB rays) protection.

9. Seek shade whenever you can.

10. Know what the signs and symptoms or heat illness are. Check
on workers, particularly those wearing protective suits.

Elderly persons, small children, chronic invalids, those on
certain medications or drugs, outdoor workers, persons with
weight and alcohol problems and caretakers for these people
should pay close attention to the above tips, particularly during
heat waves in areas where excessive heat is rare.

For more information, please contact:

  Jannie G. Ferrell
  jannie.g.ferrell@noaa.gov

National Public Information Notices are online at:

  www.weather.gov/os/notif.htm

$$



000
NOUS41 KWBC 211454
PNSWSH

Public Information Notice
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
955 AM EDT Thu May 21 2015

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

From:     Eli Jacks
          Acting Chief, Forecast Services Division

Subject:  "Don`t Fry Day" May 22, 2015: Excessive Heat and Sun
          Safety Guidance for 2015 Season

May 22, 2015, has been declared national "Don`t Fry Day" by NWS
and the National Council on Skin Cancer Prevention (NCSCP). NWS
is taking part again this year with the Environmental Protection
Agency (EPA), the Occupational Safety and Health Administration
(OSHA), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and
the NCSCP to promote sun-safe behaviors.

As we approach the 20th anniversary of the deadly July 1995 heat
wave, during which nearly 750 people died, we are tragically
reminded that heat is a silent killer. It is one of the leading
weather-related killers in this country, resulting in hundreds of
deaths each year. Heat-related death and illness are preventable.
Yet heat claims more lives most years than floods, lightning and
tornadoes combined.

Skin cancer, which can develop from overexposure to UV radiation,
is the most common form of cancer in the United States. Nearly
5 million people are treated for skin cancer each year in the
United States, at an estimated annual cost of $8.1 billion. Skin
cancer can be serious, expensive, and sometimes even deadly.
Fortunately, most skin cancers can be prevented. The first steps
are to know how to access the current heat and UV radiation
(UV Index) forecasts, and to know how to use them. Below are some
essential heat and UV resources.

NWS provides heat-related Watch, Warning, and Advisory products
to warn the public about excessive heat events on its homepage:

  www.weather.gov

This year NWS is conducting a national seasonal safety campaign
designed to prepare the public for seasonal weather hazards.
Seasonal campaigns (winter, spring, summer, fall) will focus on
the major weather hazards experienced around the country during
each season. This seasonal approach allows NWS to focus outreach
efforts on major weather hazards as they occur and to prepare the
public for future extreme weather events.

Excessive heat safety toolkits, at the site listed below, are
included in the spring and summer campaigns. These materials
provide useful information on the dangers of extreme heat
exposure and tips for staying safe in the summer heat and sun.

Please use the following resources throughout this summer to help
us build a Weather-Ready Nation.

NWS is working to build a Weather-Ready Nation to improve the
nation`s readiness, responsiveness, and overall resilience
against extreme weather, water, and climate events - including
extreme heat. The NWS Heat Safety web page provides information
to enhance community resilience in the face of current and
projected increases in extreme heat events.

  www.weather.gov/heatsafety

New NWS National Seasonal Safety Campaign Outreach Toolkits
(Summer Campaign toolkit available June 1) are available at:

  www.weather.gov/safetycampaign

NWS provides an experimental national forecast map showing
elevated and alert UV levels for mid-day:

www.cpc.ncep.noaa.gov/products/stratosphere/uv_index/uv_alert.sht
ml

EPA`s website offers hourly UV Index updates and sun safety tips:

  http://www2.epa.gov/sunwise

At the EPA`s Sunwise website, you can access your local UV Index
by ZIP code and signup to receive automated UV Alerts via email.
You also can download the UV Index as a smart phone app that
showcases winning posters from the Sunwise with Shade poster
contest.

  www.epa.gov/enviro/mobile/

Communities can access the EPA`s Excessive Heat Events Guidebook
developed in collaboration with the NWS, CDC and the Department
of Homeland Security. The guide offers heat mitigation plans.

  www.epa.gov/heatisland/about/heatguidebook.html

OSHA conducts an annual nationwide campaign to educate workers
and employers about hazards of working in the heat and how to
prevent heat-related illnesses, starting with the Campaign`s
life-saving, simple "Water.Rest.Shade." message.

OSHA`s heat-related publications, including fact sheets, training
guides, community posters, quick cards and social media toolkit
are available in English and Spanish. OSHA`s popular "Heat Safety
Tool" smartphone application is available in English and Spanish
for Android and was recently updated for iOS devices. The app
calculates the heat index using NWS information based on current
location and provides a risk level and precautions to take for
working outdoors.For the latest information on the 2015 campaign:

  www.osha.gov/heat

NWS is working with OSHA to protect outdoor workers and educate
employers during excessive heat and other weather-related events
and emergencies. NWS will continue including specific outdoor
worker safety precautions in its Heat Advisories and Excessive
Heat Warnings.

CDC leads the effort to reduce illness and death caused by skin
cancer through education, surveillance and research efforts. Skin
cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States.
The majority of skin cancers cases can be traced to UV radiation.
You can reduce skin cancer risk by staying in the shade, wearing
protective clothing, using sunscreen with broad spectrum (UVA and
UVB rays) protection and Sun Protection Factor (SPF) 15 or
higher, and by avoiding tanning beds. Information on skin cancer
statistics, prevention, and CDC`s skin cancer initiatives is
available at:

  www.cdc.gov/cancer/skin/

CDC collaborates with public health authorities to communicate
the risks of extreme heat and to provide guidelines to assist
state and local health departments in their development of city-
specific comprehensive heat emergency response plans. By knowing
who is at risk and what prevention measures to take, heat-related
illness can be prevented. CDC provides easily accessible
resources for members of the public, local health departments and
other organizations, assisting ongoing outreach efforts to those
most vulnerable to extreme heat events.

  www.cdc.gov/extremeheat/

NCSCP represents the nation`s premier skin cancer organizations,
researchers, clinicians, and advocates for the prevention of
melanoma and skin cancer. These 40 national organizations include
the American Academy of Dermatology, the American Cancer Society,
the Melanoma Research Foundation, and the Skin Cancer Foundation
as well as federal agency partners and many other foundations and
associations devoted to skin cancer prevention. Specific tips on
preventing skin cancer as well as more than 35 "Don`t Fry Day"
resources, including media guides, posters, graphics, and an
Action Kit for Meteorologists are available at the National
Council`s website:

  www.skincancerprevention.org

The partners offer the following heat wave and UV safety tips to
the public:

1. Slow down. Reduce, eliminated or reschedule strenuous work or
recreational activities until the coolest time of the day.

2. Get acclimated. Gradually increase outdoor work and
recreational activities so your body adjusts to hot conditions.

3. Dress in lightweight clothing, and wear UV-blocking sunglasses
and a hat with at least a 2 to 3-inch brim all around.

4. Drink plenty of water or other non-alcoholic fluids. Avoid
drinking alcoholic beverages.

5. Do not take salt tablets unless directed by a physician.

6. Take frequent breaks during work or play. When it`s really
hot, spend more time in air-conditioned places or seek shade
outside, especially during midday hours.

7. Check the UV Index when planning outdoor activities to prevent
overexposure to the sun. Avoid sunburns and intentional tanning.

8. Generously apply sunscreen of SPF 15 or higher with broad
spectrum (both UVA and UVB rays) protection.

9. Seek shade whenever you can.

10. Know what the signs and symptoms or heat illness are. Check
on workers, particularly those wearing protective suits.

Elderly persons, small children, chronic invalids, those on
certain medications or drugs, outdoor workers, persons with
weight and alcohol problems and caretakers for these people
should pay close attention to the above tips, particularly during
heat waves in areas where excessive heat is rare.

For more information, please contact:

  Jannie G. Ferrell
  jannie.g.ferrell@noaa.gov

National Public Information Notices are online at:

  www.weather.gov/os/notif.htm

$$



000
NOUS41 KWBC 211454
PNSWSH

Public Information Notice
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
955 AM EDT Thu May 21 2015

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

From:     Eli Jacks
          Acting Chief, Forecast Services Division

Subject:  "Don`t Fry Day" May 22, 2015: Excessive Heat and Sun
          Safety Guidance for 2015 Season

May 22, 2015, has been declared national "Don`t Fry Day" by NWS
and the National Council on Skin Cancer Prevention (NCSCP). NWS
is taking part again this year with the Environmental Protection
Agency (EPA), the Occupational Safety and Health Administration
(OSHA), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and
the NCSCP to promote sun-safe behaviors.

As we approach the 20th anniversary of the deadly July 1995 heat
wave, during which nearly 750 people died, we are tragically
reminded that heat is a silent killer. It is one of the leading
weather-related killers in this country, resulting in hundreds of
deaths each year. Heat-related death and illness are preventable.
Yet heat claims more lives most years than floods, lightning and
tornadoes combined.

Skin cancer, which can develop from overexposure to UV radiation,
is the most common form of cancer in the United States. Nearly
5 million people are treated for skin cancer each year in the
United States, at an estimated annual cost of $8.1 billion. Skin
cancer can be serious, expensive, and sometimes even deadly.
Fortunately, most skin cancers can be prevented. The first steps
are to know how to access the current heat and UV radiation
(UV Index) forecasts, and to know how to use them. Below are some
essential heat and UV resources.

NWS provides heat-related Watch, Warning, and Advisory products
to warn the public about excessive heat events on its homepage:

  www.weather.gov

This year NWS is conducting a national seasonal safety campaign
designed to prepare the public for seasonal weather hazards.
Seasonal campaigns (winter, spring, summer, fall) will focus on
the major weather hazards experienced around the country during
each season. This seasonal approach allows NWS to focus outreach
efforts on major weather hazards as they occur and to prepare the
public for future extreme weather events.

Excessive heat safety toolkits, at the site listed below, are
included in the spring and summer campaigns. These materials
provide useful information on the dangers of extreme heat
exposure and tips for staying safe in the summer heat and sun.

Please use the following resources throughout this summer to help
us build a Weather-Ready Nation.

NWS is working to build a Weather-Ready Nation to improve the
nation`s readiness, responsiveness, and overall resilience
against extreme weather, water, and climate events - including
extreme heat. The NWS Heat Safety web page provides information
to enhance community resilience in the face of current and
projected increases in extreme heat events.

  www.weather.gov/heatsafety

New NWS National Seasonal Safety Campaign Outreach Toolkits
(Summer Campaign toolkit available June 1) are available at:

  www.weather.gov/safetycampaign

NWS provides an experimental national forecast map showing
elevated and alert UV levels for mid-day:

www.cpc.ncep.noaa.gov/products/stratosphere/uv_index/uv_alert.sht
ml

EPA`s website offers hourly UV Index updates and sun safety tips:

  http://www2.epa.gov/sunwise

At the EPA`s Sunwise website, you can access your local UV Index
by ZIP code and signup to receive automated UV Alerts via email.
You also can download the UV Index as a smart phone app that
showcases winning posters from the Sunwise with Shade poster
contest.

  www.epa.gov/enviro/mobile/

Communities can access the EPA`s Excessive Heat Events Guidebook
developed in collaboration with the NWS, CDC and the Department
of Homeland Security. The guide offers heat mitigation plans.

  www.epa.gov/heatisland/about/heatguidebook.html

OSHA conducts an annual nationwide campaign to educate workers
and employers about hazards of working in the heat and how to
prevent heat-related illnesses, starting with the Campaign`s
life-saving, simple "Water.Rest.Shade." message.

OSHA`s heat-related publications, including fact sheets, training
guides, community posters, quick cards and social media toolkit
are available in English and Spanish. OSHA`s popular "Heat Safety
Tool" smartphone application is available in English and Spanish
for Android and was recently updated for iOS devices. The app
calculates the heat index using NWS information based on current
location and provides a risk level and precautions to take for
working outdoors.For the latest information on the 2015 campaign:

  www.osha.gov/heat

NWS is working with OSHA to protect outdoor workers and educate
employers during excessive heat and other weather-related events
and emergencies. NWS will continue including specific outdoor
worker safety precautions in its Heat Advisories and Excessive
Heat Warnings.

CDC leads the effort to reduce illness and death caused by skin
cancer through education, surveillance and research efforts. Skin
cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States.
The majority of skin cancers cases can be traced to UV radiation.
You can reduce skin cancer risk by staying in the shade, wearing
protective clothing, using sunscreen with broad spectrum (UVA and
UVB rays) protection and Sun Protection Factor (SPF) 15 or
higher, and by avoiding tanning beds. Information on skin cancer
statistics, prevention, and CDC`s skin cancer initiatives is
available at:

  www.cdc.gov/cancer/skin/

CDC collaborates with public health authorities to communicate
the risks of extreme heat and to provide guidelines to assist
state and local health departments in their development of city-
specific comprehensive heat emergency response plans. By knowing
who is at risk and what prevention measures to take, heat-related
illness can be prevented. CDC provides easily accessible
resources for members of the public, local health departments and
other organizations, assisting ongoing outreach efforts to those
most vulnerable to extreme heat events.

  www.cdc.gov/extremeheat/

NCSCP represents the nation`s premier skin cancer organizations,
researchers, clinicians, and advocates for the prevention of
melanoma and skin cancer. These 40 national organizations include
the American Academy of Dermatology, the American Cancer Society,
the Melanoma Research Foundation, and the Skin Cancer Foundation
as well as federal agency partners and many other foundations and
associations devoted to skin cancer prevention. Specific tips on
preventing skin cancer as well as more than 35 "Don`t Fry Day"
resources, including media guides, posters, graphics, and an
Action Kit for Meteorologists are available at the National
Council`s website:

  www.skincancerprevention.org

The partners offer the following heat wave and UV safety tips to
the public:

1. Slow down. Reduce, eliminated or reschedule strenuous work or
recreational activities until the coolest time of the day.

2. Get acclimated. Gradually increase outdoor work and
recreational activities so your body adjusts to hot conditions.

3. Dress in lightweight clothing, and wear UV-blocking sunglasses
and a hat with at least a 2 to 3-inch brim all around.

4. Drink plenty of water or other non-alcoholic fluids. Avoid
drinking alcoholic beverages.

5. Do not take salt tablets unless directed by a physician.

6. Take frequent breaks during work or play. When it`s really
hot, spend more time in air-conditioned places or seek shade
outside, especially during midday hours.

7. Check the UV Index when planning outdoor activities to prevent
overexposure to the sun. Avoid sunburns and intentional tanning.

8. Generously apply sunscreen of SPF 15 or higher with broad
spectrum (both UVA and UVB rays) protection.

9. Seek shade whenever you can.

10. Know what the signs and symptoms or heat illness are. Check
on workers, particularly those wearing protective suits.

Elderly persons, small children, chronic invalids, those on
certain medications or drugs, outdoor workers, persons with
weight and alcohol problems and caretakers for these people
should pay close attention to the above tips, particularly during
heat waves in areas where excessive heat is rare.

For more information, please contact:

  Jannie G. Ferrell
  jannie.g.ferrell@noaa.gov

National Public Information Notices are online at:

  www.weather.gov/os/notif.htm

$$



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PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-221450

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
950 AM CDT THU MAY 21 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Douglas   Ava                    67  48   0.21
Barry     Roaring River SP       64  48   0.41
Benton    Edwards 6W             56  47   0.50
Webster   Niangua                63  44   0.35
Stone     Kimberling City 5NW             0.52
Morgan    Gravois Mills          55  42   0.51
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            63  50   0.39
Douglas   Dora 8N                         0.30
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            64  47   0.59
Dallas    Windyville 4nw                  0.35
Stone     Crane 4N               M   47   M
Webster   Seymour 1N                      0.40

$$






000
NOUS43 KSGF 211451
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-221450

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
950 AM CDT THU MAY 21 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Douglas   Ava                    67  48   0.21
Barry     Roaring River SP       64  48   0.41
Benton    Edwards 6W             56  47   0.50
Webster   Niangua                63  44   0.35
Stone     Kimberling City 5NW             0.52
Morgan    Gravois Mills          55  42   0.51
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            63  50   0.39
Douglas   Dora 8N                         0.30
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            64  47   0.59
Dallas    Windyville 4nw                  0.35
Stone     Crane 4N               M   47   M
Webster   Seymour 1N                      0.40

$$






000
NOUS43 KSGF 211451
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-221450

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
950 AM CDT THU MAY 21 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Douglas   Ava                    67  48   0.21
Barry     Roaring River SP       64  48   0.41
Benton    Edwards 6W             56  47   0.50
Webster   Niangua                63  44   0.35
Stone     Kimberling City 5NW             0.52
Morgan    Gravois Mills          55  42   0.51
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            63  50   0.39
Douglas   Dora 8N                         0.30
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            64  47   0.59
Dallas    Windyville 4nw                  0.35
Stone     Crane 4N               M   47   M
Webster   Seymour 1N                      0.40

$$






000
NOUS43 KSGF 211451
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-221450

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
950 AM CDT THU MAY 21 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Douglas   Ava                    67  48   0.21
Barry     Roaring River SP       64  48   0.41
Benton    Edwards 6W             56  47   0.50
Webster   Niangua                63  44   0.35
Stone     Kimberling City 5NW             0.52
Morgan    Gravois Mills          55  42   0.51
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            63  50   0.39
Douglas   Dora 8N                         0.30
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            64  47   0.59
Dallas    Windyville 4nw                  0.35
Stone     Crane 4N               M   47   M
Webster   Seymour 1N                      0.40

$$






000
NOUS43 KSGF 211451
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-221450

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
950 AM CDT THU MAY 21 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Douglas   Ava                    67  48   0.21
Barry     Roaring River SP       64  48   0.41
Benton    Edwards 6W             56  47   0.50
Webster   Niangua                63  44   0.35
Stone     Kimberling City 5NW             0.52
Morgan    Gravois Mills          55  42   0.51
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            63  50   0.39
Douglas   Dora 8N                         0.30
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            64  47   0.59
Dallas    Windyville 4nw                  0.35
Stone     Crane 4N               M   47   M
Webster   Seymour 1N                      0.40

$$






000
NOUS43 KSGF 211451
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-221450

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
950 AM CDT THU MAY 21 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Douglas   Ava                    67  48   0.21
Barry     Roaring River SP       64  48   0.41
Benton    Edwards 6W             56  47   0.50
Webster   Niangua                63  44   0.35
Stone     Kimberling City 5NW             0.52
Morgan    Gravois Mills          55  42   0.51
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            63  50   0.39
Douglas   Dora 8N                         0.30
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            64  47   0.59
Dallas    Windyville 4nw                  0.35
Stone     Crane 4N               M   47   M
Webster   Seymour 1N                      0.40

$$





000
NOUS43 KLOT 211407
PNSLOT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHICAGO IL
900 AM CDT THU MAY 21 2015

...MAY 16 THROUGH MAY 22 IS NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK...TODAYS
SUBJECT...THUNDERSTORM SAFETY...

THE FOLLOWING IS A SAFE BOATING MESSAGE FROM THE NATIONAL SAFE
BOATING COUNCIL AND THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FOR THIS YEARS
NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK.

THUNDERSTORMS CAN BE A MARINERS WORST NIGHTMARE.  THEY CAN DEVELOP
QUICKLY AND CREATE DANGEROUS WIND AND WAVE CONDITIONS. THUNDERSTORMS
CAN BRING SHIFTING AND GUSTY WINDS...LIGHTNING...WATERSPOUTS...AND
TORRENTIAL DOWNPOURS WHICH TURN A DAYS PLEASURE INTO A NIGHTMARE OF
DISTRESS.

THERE ARE NO SPECIFIC WARNINGS OR ADVISORIES FOR LIGHTNING BUT ALL
THUNDERSTORMS PRODUCE LIGHTNING. A LIGHTNING STRIKE TO A VESSEL CN
BE CATASTROPHIC...ESPECIALLY IF IT RESULTS IN A FIRE OR LOSS OF
ELECTRONICS. IF YOUR BOAT HAS A CABIN...THEN STAY INSIDE AND AVOID
TOUCHING METAL OR ELECTRICAL DEVICES. IF YOUR BOAT DOES NOT HAVE A
CABIN...STAY AS LOW AS YOU CAN IN THE BOAT.

BOATERS SHOULD USE EXTRA CAUTION WHEN THUNDERSTORM CONDITIONS EXIST
AND HAVE A PLAN OF ESCAPE. MARINERS ARE ESPECIALLY VULNERABLE AS AT
TIMES THEY MAY BE UNABLE TO REACH PORT QUICKLY. IT IS THEREFORE
STRONGLY RECOMMENDED YOU DO NOT VENTURE OUT IF THUNDERSTORMS ARE A
POSSIBILITY. IF YOU DO VENTURE OUT AND RECOGNIZE THUNDERSTORMS
NEARBY...HEAD TO PORT OR SAFE SHELTER AS QUICKLY AS POSSIBLE.
ULTIMATELY...BOATING SAFETY BEGINS ASHORE WITH PLANNING AND
TRAINING. KEEP IN MIND THAT THUNDERSTORMS ARE USUALLY BRIEF SO
WAITING IT OUT IS BETTER THAN RIDING IT OUT.

THIS MESSAGE WAS BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AND
THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING COUNCIL.  VISIT THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE ON THE WEB AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV AND THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING
COUNCIL AT WWW.SAFEBOATINGCOUNCIL.ORG.


$$



000
NOUS43 KLOT 211407
PNSLOT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHICAGO IL
900 AM CDT THU MAY 21 2015

...MAY 16 THROUGH MAY 22 IS NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK...TODAYS
SUBJECT...THUNDERSTORM SAFETY...

THE FOLLOWING IS A SAFE BOATING MESSAGE FROM THE NATIONAL SAFE
BOATING COUNCIL AND THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FOR THIS YEARS
NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK.

THUNDERSTORMS CAN BE A MARINERS WORST NIGHTMARE.  THEY CAN DEVELOP
QUICKLY AND CREATE DANGEROUS WIND AND WAVE CONDITIONS. THUNDERSTORMS
CAN BRING SHIFTING AND GUSTY WINDS...LIGHTNING...WATERSPOUTS...AND
TORRENTIAL DOWNPOURS WHICH TURN A DAYS PLEASURE INTO A NIGHTMARE OF
DISTRESS.

THERE ARE NO SPECIFIC WARNINGS OR ADVISORIES FOR LIGHTNING BUT ALL
THUNDERSTORMS PRODUCE LIGHTNING. A LIGHTNING STRIKE TO A VESSEL CN
BE CATASTROPHIC...ESPECIALLY IF IT RESULTS IN A FIRE OR LOSS OF
ELECTRONICS. IF YOUR BOAT HAS A CABIN...THEN STAY INSIDE AND AVOID
TOUCHING METAL OR ELECTRICAL DEVICES. IF YOUR BOAT DOES NOT HAVE A
CABIN...STAY AS LOW AS YOU CAN IN THE BOAT.

BOATERS SHOULD USE EXTRA CAUTION WHEN THUNDERSTORM CONDITIONS EXIST
AND HAVE A PLAN OF ESCAPE. MARINERS ARE ESPECIALLY VULNERABLE AS AT
TIMES THEY MAY BE UNABLE TO REACH PORT QUICKLY. IT IS THEREFORE
STRONGLY RECOMMENDED YOU DO NOT VENTURE OUT IF THUNDERSTORMS ARE A
POSSIBILITY. IF YOU DO VENTURE OUT AND RECOGNIZE THUNDERSTORMS
NEARBY...HEAD TO PORT OR SAFE SHELTER AS QUICKLY AS POSSIBLE.
ULTIMATELY...BOATING SAFETY BEGINS ASHORE WITH PLANNING AND
TRAINING. KEEP IN MIND THAT THUNDERSTORMS ARE USUALLY BRIEF SO
WAITING IT OUT IS BETTER THAN RIDING IT OUT.

THIS MESSAGE WAS BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AND
THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING COUNCIL.  VISIT THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE ON THE WEB AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV AND THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING
COUNCIL AT WWW.SAFEBOATINGCOUNCIL.ORG.


$$



000
NOUS42 KKEY 211206
PNSKEY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE KEY WEST FL
800 AM EDT THU MAY 21 2015

...NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK MAY 16-22...

...TODAY`S TOPIC...THUNDERSTORM SAFETY...

THE FOLLOWING IS A SAFE BOATING MESSAGE FROM THE NATIONAL SAFE
BOATING COUNCIL AND THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE.

TO MARINERS...THUNDERSTORMS CAN BE THEIR WORST NIGHTMARE.
THUNDERSTORMS CAN DEVELOP QUICKLY...AND CREATE DANGEROUS WIND AND
WAVE CONDITIONS. THUNDERSTORMS CAN BRING SHIFTING AND GUSTY WINDS...
LIGHTNING...WATERSPOUTS...AND TORRENTIAL DOWNPOURS WHICH CAN TURN A
PLEASURABLE DAY INTO A NIGHTMARE OF DISTRESS.

NO SPECIFIC WARNINGS OR ADVISORIES EXIST FOR LIGHTNING. HOWEVER...
ALL THUNDERSTORMS PRODUCE LIGHTNING. A LIGHTNING STRIKE TO A VESSEL
CAN BE CATASTROPHIC...ESPECIALLY IF IT RESULTS IN A FIRE OR LOSS OF
ELECTRONICS. IF YOUR BOAT HAS A CABIN...THEN STAY INSIDE AND AVOID
TOUCHING METAL OR ELECTRICAL DEVICES. IF YOUR BOAT DOES NOT HAVE A
CABIN...THEN STAY AS LOW AS YOU CAN IN THE BOAT.

REMEMBER...STAY LOW OR GO BELOW!

BOATERS SHOULD USE EXTRA CAUTION WHEN THUNDERSTORM CONDITIONS
EXIST...AND HAVE A PLAN OF ESCAPE. MARINERS ARE ESPECIALLY
VULNERABLE BECAUSE...AT TIMES...THEY MAY BE UNABLE TO REACH PORT
QUICKLY. THEREFORE...WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND THAT YOU DO NOT VENTURE
OUT IF THUNDERSTORMS ARE A POSSIBILITY. IF YOU DO VENTURE OUT... AND
RECOGNIZE THUNDERSTORMS NEARBY...HEAD TO PORT OR SAFE SHELTER AS
QUICKLY AS POSSIBLE. ULTIMATELY...BOATING SAFETY BEGINS ASHORE WITH
PLANNING AND TRAINING. KEEP IN MIND THAT THUNDERSTORMS USUALLY ARE
BRIEF...SO WAITING THEM OUT IS BETTER THAN RIDING THEM OUT.

THIS MESSAGE WAS BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AND
THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING COUNCIL. VISIT THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE ON THE WEB AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV AND THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING
COUNCIL AT WWW.SAFEBOATINGCOUNCIL.ORG.

$$

KASPER


000
NOUS42 KKEY 211206
PNSKEY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE KEY WEST FL
800 AM EDT THU MAY 21 2015

...NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK MAY 16-22...

...TODAY`S TOPIC...THUNDERSTORM SAFETY...

THE FOLLOWING IS A SAFE BOATING MESSAGE FROM THE NATIONAL SAFE
BOATING COUNCIL AND THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE.

TO MARINERS...THUNDERSTORMS CAN BE THEIR WORST NIGHTMARE.
THUNDERSTORMS CAN DEVELOP QUICKLY...AND CREATE DANGEROUS WIND AND
WAVE CONDITIONS. THUNDERSTORMS CAN BRING SHIFTING AND GUSTY WINDS...
LIGHTNING...WATERSPOUTS...AND TORRENTIAL DOWNPOURS WHICH CAN TURN A
PLEASURABLE DAY INTO A NIGHTMARE OF DISTRESS.

NO SPECIFIC WARNINGS OR ADVISORIES EXIST FOR LIGHTNING. HOWEVER...
ALL THUNDERSTORMS PRODUCE LIGHTNING. A LIGHTNING STRIKE TO A VESSEL
CAN BE CATASTROPHIC...ESPECIALLY IF IT RESULTS IN A FIRE OR LOSS OF
ELECTRONICS. IF YOUR BOAT HAS A CABIN...THEN STAY INSIDE AND AVOID
TOUCHING METAL OR ELECTRICAL DEVICES. IF YOUR BOAT DOES NOT HAVE A
CABIN...THEN STAY AS LOW AS YOU CAN IN THE BOAT.

REMEMBER...STAY LOW OR GO BELOW!

BOATERS SHOULD USE EXTRA CAUTION WHEN THUNDERSTORM CONDITIONS
EXIST...AND HAVE A PLAN OF ESCAPE. MARINERS ARE ESPECIALLY
VULNERABLE BECAUSE...AT TIMES...THEY MAY BE UNABLE TO REACH PORT
QUICKLY. THEREFORE...WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND THAT YOU DO NOT VENTURE
OUT IF THUNDERSTORMS ARE A POSSIBILITY. IF YOU DO VENTURE OUT... AND
RECOGNIZE THUNDERSTORMS NEARBY...HEAD TO PORT OR SAFE SHELTER AS
QUICKLY AS POSSIBLE. ULTIMATELY...BOATING SAFETY BEGINS ASHORE WITH
PLANNING AND TRAINING. KEEP IN MIND THAT THUNDERSTORMS USUALLY ARE
BRIEF...SO WAITING THEM OUT IS BETTER THAN RIDING THEM OUT.

THIS MESSAGE WAS BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AND
THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING COUNCIL. VISIT THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE ON THE WEB AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV AND THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING
COUNCIL AT WWW.SAFEBOATINGCOUNCIL.ORG.

$$

KASPER



000
NOUS42 KKEY 211206
PNSKEY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE KEY WEST FL
800 AM EDT THU MAY 21 2015

...NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK MAY 16-22...

...TODAY`S TOPIC...THUNDERSTORM SAFETY...

THE FOLLOWING IS A SAFE BOATING MESSAGE FROM THE NATIONAL SAFE
BOATING COUNCIL AND THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE.

TO MARINERS...THUNDERSTORMS CAN BE THEIR WORST NIGHTMARE.
THUNDERSTORMS CAN DEVELOP QUICKLY...AND CREATE DANGEROUS WIND AND
WAVE CONDITIONS. THUNDERSTORMS CAN BRING SHIFTING AND GUSTY WINDS...
LIGHTNING...WATERSPOUTS...AND TORRENTIAL DOWNPOURS WHICH CAN TURN A
PLEASURABLE DAY INTO A NIGHTMARE OF DISTRESS.

NO SPECIFIC WARNINGS OR ADVISORIES EXIST FOR LIGHTNING. HOWEVER...
ALL THUNDERSTORMS PRODUCE LIGHTNING. A LIGHTNING STRIKE TO A VESSEL
CAN BE CATASTROPHIC...ESPECIALLY IF IT RESULTS IN A FIRE OR LOSS OF
ELECTRONICS. IF YOUR BOAT HAS A CABIN...THEN STAY INSIDE AND AVOID
TOUCHING METAL OR ELECTRICAL DEVICES. IF YOUR BOAT DOES NOT HAVE A
CABIN...THEN STAY AS LOW AS YOU CAN IN THE BOAT.

REMEMBER...STAY LOW OR GO BELOW!

BOATERS SHOULD USE EXTRA CAUTION WHEN THUNDERSTORM CONDITIONS
EXIST...AND HAVE A PLAN OF ESCAPE. MARINERS ARE ESPECIALLY
VULNERABLE BECAUSE...AT TIMES...THEY MAY BE UNABLE TO REACH PORT
QUICKLY. THEREFORE...WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND THAT YOU DO NOT VENTURE
OUT IF THUNDERSTORMS ARE A POSSIBILITY. IF YOU DO VENTURE OUT... AND
RECOGNIZE THUNDERSTORMS NEARBY...HEAD TO PORT OR SAFE SHELTER AS
QUICKLY AS POSSIBLE. ULTIMATELY...BOATING SAFETY BEGINS ASHORE WITH
PLANNING AND TRAINING. KEEP IN MIND THAT THUNDERSTORMS USUALLY ARE
BRIEF...SO WAITING THEM OUT IS BETTER THAN RIDING THEM OUT.

THIS MESSAGE WAS BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AND
THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING COUNCIL. VISIT THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE ON THE WEB AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV AND THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING
COUNCIL AT WWW.SAFEBOATINGCOUNCIL.ORG.

$$

KASPER


000
NOUS42 KKEY 211206
PNSKEY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE KEY WEST FL
800 AM EDT THU MAY 21 2015

...NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK MAY 16-22...

...TODAY`S TOPIC...THUNDERSTORM SAFETY...

THE FOLLOWING IS A SAFE BOATING MESSAGE FROM THE NATIONAL SAFE
BOATING COUNCIL AND THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE.

TO MARINERS...THUNDERSTORMS CAN BE THEIR WORST NIGHTMARE.
THUNDERSTORMS CAN DEVELOP QUICKLY...AND CREATE DANGEROUS WIND AND
WAVE CONDITIONS. THUNDERSTORMS CAN BRING SHIFTING AND GUSTY WINDS...
LIGHTNING...WATERSPOUTS...AND TORRENTIAL DOWNPOURS WHICH CAN TURN A
PLEASURABLE DAY INTO A NIGHTMARE OF DISTRESS.

NO SPECIFIC WARNINGS OR ADVISORIES EXIST FOR LIGHTNING. HOWEVER...
ALL THUNDERSTORMS PRODUCE LIGHTNING. A LIGHTNING STRIKE TO A VESSEL
CAN BE CATASTROPHIC...ESPECIALLY IF IT RESULTS IN A FIRE OR LOSS OF
ELECTRONICS. IF YOUR BOAT HAS A CABIN...THEN STAY INSIDE AND AVOID
TOUCHING METAL OR ELECTRICAL DEVICES. IF YOUR BOAT DOES NOT HAVE A
CABIN...THEN STAY AS LOW AS YOU CAN IN THE BOAT.

REMEMBER...STAY LOW OR GO BELOW!

BOATERS SHOULD USE EXTRA CAUTION WHEN THUNDERSTORM CONDITIONS
EXIST...AND HAVE A PLAN OF ESCAPE. MARINERS ARE ESPECIALLY
VULNERABLE BECAUSE...AT TIMES...THEY MAY BE UNABLE TO REACH PORT
QUICKLY. THEREFORE...WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND THAT YOU DO NOT VENTURE
OUT IF THUNDERSTORMS ARE A POSSIBILITY. IF YOU DO VENTURE OUT... AND
RECOGNIZE THUNDERSTORMS NEARBY...HEAD TO PORT OR SAFE SHELTER AS
QUICKLY AS POSSIBLE. ULTIMATELY...BOATING SAFETY BEGINS ASHORE WITH
PLANNING AND TRAINING. KEEP IN MIND THAT THUNDERSTORMS USUALLY ARE
BRIEF...SO WAITING THEM OUT IS BETTER THAN RIDING THEM OUT.

THIS MESSAGE WAS BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AND
THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING COUNCIL. VISIT THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE ON THE WEB AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV AND THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING
COUNCIL AT WWW.SAFEBOATINGCOUNCIL.ORG.

$$

KASPER



000
NOUS43 KGLD 211201
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT THU MAY 21 2015

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

IN 1933..THE DAY TURNED BLACK WITH DUST STORMS, ONE OF THE WORST
IN THOMAS COUNTY HISTORY. VEGETATION WAS BLOWN OUT OF THE GROUND.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 211201
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT THU MAY 21 2015

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

IN 1933..THE DAY TURNED BLACK WITH DUST STORMS, ONE OF THE WORST
IN THOMAS COUNTY HISTORY. VEGETATION WAS BLOWN OUT OF THE GROUND.

$$



000
NOUS42 KJAX 210653
PNSJAX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSONVILLE FL
252 AM EDT THU MAY 21 2015

...NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK...

THE FOLLOWING IS A SAFE BOATING MESSAGE FROM THE NATIONAL SAFE
BOATING COUNCIL AND THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE...REMINDING YOU
THAT THIS IS NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK...MAY 16TH THROUGH MAY 22ND.

TODAY`S TOPIC...THUNDERSTORM SAFETY

THUNDERSTORMS CAN BE A MARINERS WORST NIGHTMARE. THEY CAN DEVELOP
QUICKLY AND CREATE DANGEROUS WIND AND WAVE CONDITIONS. THUNDERSTORMS
CAN BRING SHIFTING AND GUSTY WINDS, LIGHTNING, WATERSPOUTS, AND
TORRENTIAL DOWNPOURS WHICH CAN TURN A DAYS PLEASURE INTO A NIGHTMARE
OF DISTRESS. THERE ARE NO SPECIFIC WARNINGS OR ADVISORIES FOR
LIGHTNING BUT ALL THUNDERSTORMS PRODUCE LIGHTNING. A LIGHTNING
STRIKE TO A VESSEL CAN BE CATASTROPHIC, ESPECIALLY IF IT RESULTS IN
A FIRE OR LOSS OF ELECTRONICS. IF YOUR BOAT HAS A CABIN, THEN STAY
INSIDE AND AVOID TOUCHING METAL OR ELECTRICAL DEVICES. IF YOUR BOAT
DOES NOT HAVE A CABIN, STAY AS LOW AS YOU CAN IN THE BOAT. BOATERS
SHOULD USE EXTRA CAUTION WHEN THUNDERSTORM CONDITIONS EXIST AND HAVE
A PLAN OF ESCAPE. MARINERS ARE ESPECIALLY VULNERABLE AS AT TIMES
THEY MAY UNABLE TO  REACH PORT QUICKLY. IT IS THEREFORE STRONGLY
RECOMMENDED YOU DO NOT VENTURE OUT IF THUNDERSTORMS ARE A
POSSIBILITY. IF YOU DO VENTURE OUT AND RECOGNIZE THUNDER STORMS
NEARBY, HEAD TO PORT OR SAFE SHELTER AS QUICKLY AS POSSIBLE.
ULTIMATELY, BOATING SAFETY BEGINS ASHORE WITH PLANNING AND TRAINING.
KEEP IN MIND THAT THUNDERSTORMS ARE USUALLY BRIEF SO WAITING IT OUT
IS BETTER THAN RIDING IT OUT.

THIS MESSAGE WAS BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AND
THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING COUNCIL. VISIT THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE ON THE WEB AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV AND THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING
COUNCIL AT WWW.SAFEBOATINGCOUNCIL.ORG.

$$


000
NOUS42 KJAX 210653
PNSJAX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSONVILLE FL
252 AM EDT THU MAY 21 2015

...NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK...

THE FOLLOWING IS A SAFE BOATING MESSAGE FROM THE NATIONAL SAFE
BOATING COUNCIL AND THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE...REMINDING YOU
THAT THIS IS NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK...MAY 16TH THROUGH MAY 22ND.

TODAY`S TOPIC...THUNDERSTORM SAFETY

THUNDERSTORMS CAN BE A MARINERS WORST NIGHTMARE. THEY CAN DEVELOP
QUICKLY AND CREATE DANGEROUS WIND AND WAVE CONDITIONS. THUNDERSTORMS
CAN BRING SHIFTING AND GUSTY WINDS, LIGHTNING, WATERSPOUTS, AND
TORRENTIAL DOWNPOURS WHICH CAN TURN A DAYS PLEASURE INTO A NIGHTMARE
OF DISTRESS. THERE ARE NO SPECIFIC WARNINGS OR ADVISORIES FOR
LIGHTNING BUT ALL THUNDERSTORMS PRODUCE LIGHTNING. A LIGHTNING
STRIKE TO A VESSEL CAN BE CATASTROPHIC, ESPECIALLY IF IT RESULTS IN
A FIRE OR LOSS OF ELECTRONICS. IF YOUR BOAT HAS A CABIN, THEN STAY
INSIDE AND AVOID TOUCHING METAL OR ELECTRICAL DEVICES. IF YOUR BOAT
DOES NOT HAVE A CABIN, STAY AS LOW AS YOU CAN IN THE BOAT. BOATERS
SHOULD USE EXTRA CAUTION WHEN THUNDERSTORM CONDITIONS EXIST AND HAVE
A PLAN OF ESCAPE. MARINERS ARE ESPECIALLY VULNERABLE AS AT TIMES
THEY MAY UNABLE TO  REACH PORT QUICKLY. IT IS THEREFORE STRONGLY
RECOMMENDED YOU DO NOT VENTURE OUT IF THUNDERSTORMS ARE A
POSSIBILITY. IF YOU DO VENTURE OUT AND RECOGNIZE THUNDER STORMS
NEARBY, HEAD TO PORT OR SAFE SHELTER AS QUICKLY AS POSSIBLE.
ULTIMATELY, BOATING SAFETY BEGINS ASHORE WITH PLANNING AND TRAINING.
KEEP IN MIND THAT THUNDERSTORMS ARE USUALLY BRIEF SO WAITING IT OUT
IS BETTER THAN RIDING IT OUT.

THIS MESSAGE WAS BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AND
THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING COUNCIL. VISIT THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE ON THE WEB AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV AND THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING
COUNCIL AT WWW.SAFEBOATINGCOUNCIL.ORG.

$$


000
NOUS42 KJAX 210653
PNSJAX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSONVILLE FL
252 AM EDT THU MAY 21 2015

...NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK...

THE FOLLOWING IS A SAFE BOATING MESSAGE FROM THE NATIONAL SAFE
BOATING COUNCIL AND THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE...REMINDING YOU
THAT THIS IS NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK...MAY 16TH THROUGH MAY 22ND.

TODAY`S TOPIC...THUNDERSTORM SAFETY

THUNDERSTORMS CAN BE A MARINERS WORST NIGHTMARE. THEY CAN DEVELOP
QUICKLY AND CREATE DANGEROUS WIND AND WAVE CONDITIONS. THUNDERSTORMS
CAN BRING SHIFTING AND GUSTY WINDS, LIGHTNING, WATERSPOUTS, AND
TORRENTIAL DOWNPOURS WHICH CAN TURN A DAYS PLEASURE INTO A NIGHTMARE
OF DISTRESS. THERE ARE NO SPECIFIC WARNINGS OR ADVISORIES FOR
LIGHTNING BUT ALL THUNDERSTORMS PRODUCE LIGHTNING. A LIGHTNING
STRIKE TO A VESSEL CAN BE CATASTROPHIC, ESPECIALLY IF IT RESULTS IN
A FIRE OR LOSS OF ELECTRONICS. IF YOUR BOAT HAS A CABIN, THEN STAY
INSIDE AND AVOID TOUCHING METAL OR ELECTRICAL DEVICES. IF YOUR BOAT
DOES NOT HAVE A CABIN, STAY AS LOW AS YOU CAN IN THE BOAT. BOATERS
SHOULD USE EXTRA CAUTION WHEN THUNDERSTORM CONDITIONS EXIST AND HAVE
A PLAN OF ESCAPE. MARINERS ARE ESPECIALLY VULNERABLE AS AT TIMES
THEY MAY UNABLE TO  REACH PORT QUICKLY. IT IS THEREFORE STRONGLY
RECOMMENDED YOU DO NOT VENTURE OUT IF THUNDERSTORMS ARE A
POSSIBILITY. IF YOU DO VENTURE OUT AND RECOGNIZE THUNDER STORMS
NEARBY, HEAD TO PORT OR SAFE SHELTER AS QUICKLY AS POSSIBLE.
ULTIMATELY, BOATING SAFETY BEGINS ASHORE WITH PLANNING AND TRAINING.
KEEP IN MIND THAT THUNDERSTORMS ARE USUALLY BRIEF SO WAITING IT OUT
IS BETTER THAN RIDING IT OUT.

THIS MESSAGE WAS BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AND
THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING COUNCIL. VISIT THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE ON THE WEB AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV AND THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING
COUNCIL AT WWW.SAFEBOATINGCOUNCIL.ORG.

$$


000
NOUS42 KJAX 210653
PNSJAX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSONVILLE FL
252 AM EDT THU MAY 21 2015

...NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK...

THE FOLLOWING IS A SAFE BOATING MESSAGE FROM THE NATIONAL SAFE
BOATING COUNCIL AND THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE...REMINDING YOU
THAT THIS IS NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK...MAY 16TH THROUGH MAY 22ND.

TODAY`S TOPIC...THUNDERSTORM SAFETY

THUNDERSTORMS CAN BE A MARINERS WORST NIGHTMARE. THEY CAN DEVELOP
QUICKLY AND CREATE DANGEROUS WIND AND WAVE CONDITIONS. THUNDERSTORMS
CAN BRING SHIFTING AND GUSTY WINDS, LIGHTNING, WATERSPOUTS, AND
TORRENTIAL DOWNPOURS WHICH CAN TURN A DAYS PLEASURE INTO A NIGHTMARE
OF DISTRESS. THERE ARE NO SPECIFIC WARNINGS OR ADVISORIES FOR
LIGHTNING BUT ALL THUNDERSTORMS PRODUCE LIGHTNING. A LIGHTNING
STRIKE TO A VESSEL CAN BE CATASTROPHIC, ESPECIALLY IF IT RESULTS IN
A FIRE OR LOSS OF ELECTRONICS. IF YOUR BOAT HAS A CABIN, THEN STAY
INSIDE AND AVOID TOUCHING METAL OR ELECTRICAL DEVICES. IF YOUR BOAT
DOES NOT HAVE A CABIN, STAY AS LOW AS YOU CAN IN THE BOAT. BOATERS
SHOULD USE EXTRA CAUTION WHEN THUNDERSTORM CONDITIONS EXIST AND HAVE
A PLAN OF ESCAPE. MARINERS ARE ESPECIALLY VULNERABLE AS AT TIMES
THEY MAY UNABLE TO  REACH PORT QUICKLY. IT IS THEREFORE STRONGLY
RECOMMENDED YOU DO NOT VENTURE OUT IF THUNDERSTORMS ARE A
POSSIBILITY. IF YOU DO VENTURE OUT AND RECOGNIZE THUNDER STORMS
NEARBY, HEAD TO PORT OR SAFE SHELTER AS QUICKLY AS POSSIBLE.
ULTIMATELY, BOATING SAFETY BEGINS ASHORE WITH PLANNING AND TRAINING.
KEEP IN MIND THAT THUNDERSTORMS ARE USUALLY BRIEF SO WAITING IT OUT
IS BETTER THAN RIDING IT OUT.

THIS MESSAGE WAS BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AND
THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING COUNCIL. VISIT THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE ON THE WEB AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV AND THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING
COUNCIL AT WWW.SAFEBOATINGCOUNCIL.ORG.

$$


000
NOUS44 KSHV 210305
PNSSHV
ARZ059-060-070-071-LAZ001>003-011-012-018-020-OKZ077-TXZ096-097-
202359-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SHREVEPORT LA
957 PM CDT WED MAY 20 2015

...FLOOD POTENTIAL INCREASING ON THE RED RIVER...

...LATEST RED RIVER STAGES AND FORECAST CREST INFORMATION...

THE 8 PM WEDNESDAY STAGE ON THE RED RIVER NEAR DEKALB TEXAS AT PECAN
POINT WAS 24.6 FEET. THE RIVER IS EXPECTED TO RISE AND CREST NEAR 31
FEET BY SUNDAY MORNING...MAY 24. FLOOD STAGE NEAR DEKALB TEXAS IS 24
FEET.

THE 9 PM WEDNESDAY STAGE ON THE RED RIVER AT FULTON ARKANSAS WAS
20.8 FEET.  THE RIVER WILL RISE TO NEAR 22.6 FEET BY MAY 25 ON
MEMORIAL DAY.  FLOOD STAGE IS 27 FEET.

THE 8 PM WEDNESDAY STAGE ON THE RED RIVER AT SHREVEPORT LOUISIANA
WAS 28.5 FEET. THE RIVER WILL CONTINUE TO RISE AND CREST NEAR
31.5 FEET BY WEDNESDAY MORNING MAY 27.  FLOOD STAGE AT SHREVEPORT IS
30 FEET.

THE 8 PM WEDNESDAY STAGE ON THE RED RIVER AT COUSHATTA LOUISIANA
WAS 31.7 FEET. THE RIVER IS EXPECTED TO RISE TO 33 FEET BY MONDAY
EVENING. FLOOD STAGE AT COUSHATTA IS 31 FEET.

THE 8 PM WEDNESDAY STAGE ON THE RED RIVER AT GRAND ECORE LOUISIANA
WAS 35.8 FEET. THE RED RIVER WILL THEN BEGIN A SLOW FALL
THURSDAY MORNING...WITH ADDITIONAL RISES POSSIBLE THEREAFTER.
FLOOD STAGE AT GRAND ECORE IS 33 FEET.

ADDITIONAL VERY HEAVY RAINFALL IS EXPECTED ACROSS THE RED RIVER
BASIN BOTH UPSTREAM AND DOWNSTREAM OF LAKE TEXOMA IN NORTH TEXAS
THROUGHOUT THIS UPCOMING MEMORIAL DAY HOLIDAY WEEKEND. NEARLY ALL OF
THE RED RIVER`S TRIBUTARIES IN SOUTHERN OKLAHOMA AND NORTH TEXAS
REMAIN ABOVE FLOOD STAGE. SOILS IN THE RED RIVER BASIN REMAIN
SATURATED FROM THIS VERY WET SPRING OF 2015.  ALSO LAKE TEXOMA ON
THE RED RIVER AND TRIBUTARY RESERVOIRS TO THE RED RIVER REMAIN QUITE
HIGH AS WELL FROM STORED FLOOD WATERS.

AREA RESIDENTS...RANCHERS...AND FARMERS IN NORTHEAST TEXAS AND
SOUTHEAST OKLAHOMA ALONG THE RED RIVER NEED TO CLOSELY MONITOR
WEATHER CONDITIONS AS WELL AS CLOSELY MONITOR RIVER AND LAKE STAGES
THROUGH THE FIRST WEEK OF JUNE. IF A FLOOD WARNING FOR MAJOR
FLOODING IS ISSUED...BE PREPARED TO ACT QUICKLY TO PROTECT
LIFE...PROPERTY...AND LIVESTOCK.

$$

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000
NOUS44 KMOB 210125
PNSMOB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MOBILE AL
824 PM CDT WED MAY 20 2015

...NOAA ALL HAZARDS WEATHER RADIO BROADCAST TRANSMITTING FROM
BREWTON ALABAMA HAS RETURNED TO SERVICE...

THE NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO TRANSMITTER LOCATED AT BREWTON ALABAMA
...STATION WNG-646 BROADCASTING ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.475
MEGAHERTZ...HAS RETURNED TO OPERATIONAL SERVICE.

$$



000
NOUS44 KMOB 210125
PNSMOB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MOBILE AL
824 PM CDT WED MAY 20 2015

...NOAA ALL HAZARDS WEATHER RADIO BROADCAST TRANSMITTING FROM
BREWTON ALABAMA HAS RETURNED TO SERVICE...

THE NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO TRANSMITTER LOCATED AT BREWTON ALABAMA
...STATION WNG-646 BROADCASTING ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.475
MEGAHERTZ...HAS RETURNED TO OPERATIONAL SERVICE.

$$


000
NOUS44 KMOB 210125
PNSMOB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MOBILE AL
824 PM CDT WED MAY 20 2015

...NOAA ALL HAZARDS WEATHER RADIO BROADCAST TRANSMITTING FROM
BREWTON ALABAMA HAS RETURNED TO SERVICE...

THE NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO TRANSMITTER LOCATED AT BREWTON ALABAMA
...STATION WNG-646 BROADCASTING ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.475
MEGAHERTZ...HAS RETURNED TO OPERATIONAL SERVICE.

$$


000
NOUS44 KMOB 210125
PNSMOB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MOBILE AL
824 PM CDT WED MAY 20 2015

...NOAA ALL HAZARDS WEATHER RADIO BROADCAST TRANSMITTING FROM
BREWTON ALABAMA HAS RETURNED TO SERVICE...

THE NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO TRANSMITTER LOCATED AT BREWTON ALABAMA
...STATION WNG-646 BROADCASTING ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.475
MEGAHERTZ...HAS RETURNED TO OPERATIONAL SERVICE.

$$


000
NOUS44 KMOB 210125
PNSMOB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MOBILE AL
824 PM CDT WED MAY 20 2015

...NOAA ALL HAZARDS WEATHER RADIO BROADCAST TRANSMITTING FROM
BREWTON ALABAMA HAS RETURNED TO SERVICE...

THE NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO TRANSMITTER LOCATED AT BREWTON ALABAMA
...STATION WNG-646 BROADCASTING ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.475
MEGAHERTZ...HAS RETURNED TO OPERATIONAL SERVICE.

$$


000
NOUS44 KMOB 210125
PNSMOB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MOBILE AL
824 PM CDT WED MAY 20 2015

...NOAA ALL HAZARDS WEATHER RADIO BROADCAST TRANSMITTING FROM
BREWTON ALABAMA HAS RETURNED TO SERVICE...

THE NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO TRANSMITTER LOCATED AT BREWTON ALABAMA
...STATION WNG-646 BROADCASTING ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.475
MEGAHERTZ...HAS RETURNED TO OPERATIONAL SERVICE.

$$


000
NOUS44 KMOB 210125
PNSMOB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MOBILE AL
824 PM CDT WED MAY 20 2015

...NOAA ALL HAZARDS WEATHER RADIO BROADCAST TRANSMITTING FROM
BREWTON ALABAMA HAS RETURNED TO SERVICE...

THE NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO TRANSMITTER LOCATED AT BREWTON ALABAMA
...STATION WNG-646 BROADCASTING ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.475
MEGAHERTZ...HAS RETURNED TO OPERATIONAL SERVICE.

$$


000
NOUS44 KMOB 210125
PNSMOB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MOBILE AL
824 PM CDT WED MAY 20 2015

...NOAA ALL HAZARDS WEATHER RADIO BROADCAST TRANSMITTING FROM
BREWTON ALABAMA HAS RETURNED TO SERVICE...

THE NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO TRANSMITTER LOCATED AT BREWTON ALABAMA
...STATION WNG-646 BROADCASTING ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.475
MEGAHERTZ...HAS RETURNED TO OPERATIONAL SERVICE.

$$


000
NOUS44 KMOB 210125
PNSMOB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MOBILE AL
824 PM CDT WED MAY 20 2015

...NOAA ALL HAZARDS WEATHER RADIO BROADCAST TRANSMITTING FROM
BREWTON ALABAMA HAS RETURNED TO SERVICE...

THE NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO TRANSMITTER LOCATED AT BREWTON ALABAMA
...STATION WNG-646 BROADCASTING ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.475
MEGAHERTZ...HAS RETURNED TO OPERATIONAL SERVICE.

$$


000
NOUS44 KMOB 210125
PNSMOB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MOBILE AL
824 PM CDT WED MAY 20 2015

...NOAA ALL HAZARDS WEATHER RADIO BROADCAST TRANSMITTING FROM
BREWTON ALABAMA HAS RETURNED TO SERVICE...

THE NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO TRANSMITTER LOCATED AT BREWTON ALABAMA
...STATION WNG-646 BROADCASTING ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.475
MEGAHERTZ...HAS RETURNED TO OPERATIONAL SERVICE.

$$


000
NOUS44 KMOB 210017
PNSMOB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MOBILE AL
715 PM CDT WED MAY 20 2015

...NOAA ALL HAZARDS WEATHER RADIO BROADCAST TRANSMITTING FROM
BREWTON ALABAMA IS DOWN DUE TO PHONE LINE PROBLEMS...

THE NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO TRANSMITTER LOCATED AT BREWTON ALABAMA
...STATION WNG-646 BROADCASTING ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.475
MEGAHERTZ...IS DOWN DUE TO PHONE LINE ISSUES. RETURN TO
SERVICE IS UNKNOWN AT THIS TIME.

$$


000
NOUS44 KMOB 210017
PNSMOB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MOBILE AL
715 PM CDT WED MAY 20 2015

...NOAA ALL HAZARDS WEATHER RADIO BROADCAST TRANSMITTING FROM
BREWTON ALABAMA IS DOWN DUE TO PHONE LINE PROBLEMS...

THE NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO TRANSMITTER LOCATED AT BREWTON ALABAMA
...STATION WNG-646 BROADCASTING ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.475
MEGAHERTZ...IS DOWN DUE TO PHONE LINE ISSUES. RETURN TO
SERVICE IS UNKNOWN AT THIS TIME.

$$


000
NOUS44 KMOB 210017
PNSMOB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MOBILE AL
715 PM CDT WED MAY 20 2015

...NOAA ALL HAZARDS WEATHER RADIO BROADCAST TRANSMITTING FROM
BREWTON ALABAMA IS DOWN DUE TO PHONE LINE PROBLEMS...

THE NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO TRANSMITTER LOCATED AT BREWTON ALABAMA
...STATION WNG-646 BROADCASTING ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.475
MEGAHERTZ...IS DOWN DUE TO PHONE LINE ISSUES. RETURN TO
SERVICE IS UNKNOWN AT THIS TIME.

$$



000
NOUS44 KMOB 210017
PNSMOB

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MOBILE AL
715 PM CDT WED MAY 20 2015

...NOAA ALL HAZARDS WEATHER RADIO BROADCAST TRANSMITTING FROM
BREWTON ALABAMA IS DOWN DUE TO PHONE LINE PROBLEMS...

THE NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO TRANSMITTER LOCATED AT BREWTON ALABAMA
...STATION WNG-646 BROADCASTING ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.475
MEGAHERTZ...IS DOWN DUE TO PHONE LINE ISSUES. RETURN TO
SERVICE IS UNKNOWN AT THIS TIME.

$$



000
NOUS45 KPUB 202228
PNSPUB

ZCZC DENWRKPNS ALL
TTAA00 KDEN DDHHMM

COZ070-085-086-202327

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
427 PM MDT WED MAY 20 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 52
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 40
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.02

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 48
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 30
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.01

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 66
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 30
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0
                    PEAK WIND: 32MPH FROM THE SW AT 3:05PM


$$


000
NOUS45 KPUB 202228
PNSPUB

ZCZC DENWRKPNS ALL
TTAA00 KDEN DDHHMM

COZ070-085-086-202327

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
427 PM MDT WED MAY 20 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 52
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 40
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.02

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 48
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 30
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.01

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 66
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 30
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0
                    PEAK WIND: 32MPH FROM THE SW AT 3:05PM


$$



000
NOUS45 KGJT 202038
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
238 PM MDT WED MAY 20 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION REPORTS FROM
WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH. THE TIMES OF THE REPORTS ARE
NOTED WITH EACH REPORT. AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.


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

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

COLORADO

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N    4.5   705 AM  5/20  COCORAHS


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

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

COLORADO

...ARCHULETA COUNTY...
   PAGOSA SPRINGS 4.2 W  0.05   708 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   PAGOSA SPRINGS 2.5 W  0.04   718 AM  5/20  COCORAHS

...DELTA COUNTY...
   DELTA 1.6 ESE         0.37   807 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   DELTA 3E              0.36   900 AM  5/20  W CO COOP SITE
   HOTCHKISS 7.1 WNW     0.30   702 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   CEDAREDGE 1.0 NE      0.21   800 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   ECKERT 1.1 SW         0.17   703 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 5.1 WNW     0.14   642 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   DELTA 3.9 S           0.05   726 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   PAONIA 1SW            0.05   800 AM  5/20  W CO COOP SITE
   HOTCHKISS 1.8 NNE     0.03   828 AM  5/20  COCORAHS

...DOLORES COUNTY...
   DOVE CREEK 12.4 SSW   0.14   730 AM  5/20  COCORAHS

...EAGLE COUNTY...
   EDWARDS 1.3 WNW       0.24   653 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   AVON 2N               0.21   700 AM  5/20  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CARBONDALE 5.7 E      0.18   720 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2.3 N         0.16   727 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2N            0.16   800 AM  5/20  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   GYPSUM 1.9 SSW        0.15   640 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   GYPSUM 1.5 SSW        0.15   919 AM  5/20  COCORAHS

...GARFIELD COUNTY...
   GLENWOOD SPGS .64S    0.43   852 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPGS 2.7SSE  0.37   912 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 4.6 NNE    0.37   916 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   RIFLE                 0.36   100 AM  5/20  AVIATION SITE
   GLENWOOD SPGS 1.7NW   0.36   803 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPGS 1.4S    0.35   906 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   RIFLE 3ENE            0.30   800 AM  5/20  W CO COOP SITE
   RIFLE 3.2 ENE         0.30   754 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   RIFLE 0.9 NE          0.27   731 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPGS 5.3SSE  0.27   701 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 0.3 WNW    0.20   650 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 0.5 W      0.20   618 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   SILT 1E               0.16   800 AM  5/20  UNOFFICIAL STATION

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N   0.33   705 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 6.6 N        0.24   810 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   PARLIN 2.7 ESE        0.18   734 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   CIMARRON 11.2 S       0.15   723 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 3SW          0.11   900 AM  5/20  W CO COOP SITE
   GUNNISON 0.8 N        0.11   811 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   MARBLE 0.5 NNW        0.08   903 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   DOYLEVILLE 2.1 W      0.04   755 AM  5/20  COCORAHS

...LA PLATA COUNTY...
   DURANGO               0.74   100 AM  5/20  AVIATION SITE
   DURANGO 10 NNE        0.58   812 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   ROCKWOOD 6.7 N        0.19   852 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   ROCKWOOD 6.9 NNW      0.12   806 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 7.1 N         0.07   916 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 5.6 NNE      0.03   740 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 2.8 S         0.01   716 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 6.9 S        0.01   715 AM  5/20  COCORAHS

...MESA COUNTY...
   FRUITA 4.5 NNE        0.46   608 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 2.7 SSE     0.36   911 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   PALISADE 1.4 SE       0.33   611 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 0.9 WSW     0.32   807 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 5.6 WSW     0.28   659 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   MESA 1E               0.23   800 AM  5/20  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   GRAND JCT 5NNW        0.22   800 AM  5/20  NWS EMPLOYEE
   GRAND JCT 1.1 SSW     0.20   703 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   PALISADE 3.3 ENE      0.20   629 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT             0.19   100 AM  5/20  AVIATION SITE
   GRAND JCT 4.3 SW      0.18   745 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 8NNW        0.18   710 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 3.9 WSW     0.17   811 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 5.7 W       0.15   834 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 4.9 W       0.13   922 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 4.1 W       0.11   718 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   COLLBRAN 0.2 ESE      0.11   733 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   COLLBRAN              0.11   900 AM  5/20  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   GRAND JCT 4.0 W       0.10   808 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 4.6 E       0.09   757 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 5.1 ESE     0.08   741 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   WHITEWATER 4.2 SSE    0.06   658 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   GLADE PARK 17W        0.06   900 AM  5/20  W CO COOP SITE
   COLLBRAN 2SW          0.05   900 AM  5/20  W CO COOP SITE
   GRAND JCT 2.7 N       0.04   826 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   MACK 5 NW             0.04   757 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 3.4 N       0.03   557 AM  5/20  COCORAHS

...MOFFAT COUNTY...
   HAMILTON 0.8 WNW      0.46   651 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   DINOSAUR 2E           0.45   100 AM  5/20  W CO CRN SITE
   CRAIG 30N             0.33   100 AM  5/20  W CO CRN SITE
   CRAIG                 0.27   100 AM  5/20  AVIATION SITE
   CRAIG 4SW             0.27   800 AM  5/20  W CO COOP SITE
   CRAIG 4.9 WNW         0.18   606 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   MASSADONA             0.09  1000 AM  5/20  W CO COOP SITE
   DINOSAUR 0.3 SW       0.07   759 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   DINOSAUR 1.5 ENE      0.04   709 AM  5/20  COCORAHS

...MONTEZUMA COUNTY...
   CORTEZ 8SE            0.51   100 AM  5/20  W CO CRN SITE
   DOLORES 3.9 SSW       0.37   606 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ                0.21   100 AM  5/20  AVIATION SITE
   CORTEZ 7.7 W          0.13   804 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 2.3 NW         0.11   728 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 1.2 SW         0.08   703 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 1.0 ESE        0.03   802 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   MANCOS 3.5 ENE        0.03   814 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 7.8 WSW        0.02   950 AM  5/20  COCORAHS

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   MONTROSE 11ENE        0.43   100 AM  5/20  W CO CRN SITE
   MONTROSE              0.36   100 AM  5/20  AVIATION SITE
   MONTROSE 8.1 WNW      0.28   706 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   BLACK CANYON NP       0.18   900 AM  5/20  W CO COOP SITE
   MONTROSE 10.1 S       0.14   654 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.2 ESE      0.12   654 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.6 E        0.09   709 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.0 E        0.09   816 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.3 ENE      0.09   700 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 7.3 ENE      0.07   717 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.2 WSW      0.07   836 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.0 SSE      0.06   507 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   OLATHE 3.2 NNE        0.05   810 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.9 ESE      0.04   658 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.9 ESE      0.04   719 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 4.0 NW       0.03   701 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 5.6 SW       0.02   923 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE #2           0.02   900 AM  5/20  W CO COOP SITE

...OURAY COUNTY...
   RIDGWAY               0.14   900 AM  5/20  W CO COOP SITE
   OURAY .23 NNW         0.11   702 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   OURAY                 0.11   748 AM  5/20  W CO COOP SITE
   RIDGWAY 3.3 NNW       0.06   725 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 17.1 SSE     0.06   859 AM  5/20  COCORAHS

...PITKIN COUNTY...
   ASPEN                 0.33   100 AM  5/20  AVIATION SITE

...RIO BLANCO COUNTY...
   MEEKER                0.60   100 AM  5/20  AVIATION SITE
   MEEKER 15W            0.49   100 AM  5/20  W CO CRN SITE
   MEEKER 14.3 ESE       0.21   832 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   RANGELY 1E            0.01   800 AM  5/20  W CO COOP SITE

...ROUTT COUNTY...
   STEAMBOAT SPGS 1.9E   0.97   608 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPGS 2.0ESE 0.76   701 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPGS 0.7ESE 0.66   715 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   STMBOAT SPGS 1SE      0.65   759 AM  5/20  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   STEAMBOAT SPGS 1SE    0.65   701 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPGS 1.2SSE 0.61   919 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   OAK CREEK 0.3 WSW     0.61   528 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   OAK CREEK 1.7 WNW     0.57   637 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPGS 0.9N   0.55   706 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   YAMPA 5.1 S           0.51   910 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPGS 1.5WNW 0.50   718 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPGS 1.2SE  0.49   812 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPGS 6.9SW  0.40   730 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPGS        0.36   830 AM  5/20  W CO COOP SITE

...SAN MIGUEL COUNTY...
   REDVALE 22.8 SW       0.11   829 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   NORWOOD 1.4 W         0.09   704 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   SLICK ROCK 1.3 N      0.02   748 AM  5/20  COCORAHS

UTAH

...GRAND COUNTY...
   CASTLE VALLEY 0.6 W   0.13   718 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   CANYONLANDS AIRPORT   0.13   100 AM  5/20  AVIATION SITE
   MOAB 3.7 ESE          0.04   704 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   ARCHES NP HQS         0.04   800 AM  5/20  E UT COOP SITE

...SAN JUAN COUNTY...
   MONTICELLO #2         0.31   800 AM  5/20  E UT COOP SITE
   MONTICELLO 2.3 SW     0.25   808 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   CEDAR POINT           0.23   800 AM  5/20  E UT COOP SITE
   CANYONLANDS-NECK      0.04   900 AM  5/20  E UT COOP SITE
   BLUFF 32NW            0.03   100 AM  5/20  E UT CRN SITE

...UINTAH COUNTY...
   VERNAL                0.27   100 AM  5/20  AVIATION SITE
   JENSEN 0.4 WSW        0.23   620 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   VERNAL 1.2 SE         0.20   633 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   VERNAL 1S             0.20   730 AM  5/20  E UT COOP SITE
   VERNAL 3.7 WNW        0.10   854 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   NAPLES 2.8 SSE        0.07   709 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   FORT DUCHESNE         0.05   805 AM  5/20  E UT COOP SITE

$$


000
NOUS45 KGJT 202038
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
238 PM MDT WED MAY 20 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION REPORTS FROM
WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH. THE TIMES OF THE REPORTS ARE
NOTED WITH EACH REPORT. AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.


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

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

COLORADO

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N    4.5   705 AM  5/20  COCORAHS


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

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

COLORADO

...ARCHULETA COUNTY...
   PAGOSA SPRINGS 4.2 W  0.05   708 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   PAGOSA SPRINGS 2.5 W  0.04   718 AM  5/20  COCORAHS

...DELTA COUNTY...
   DELTA 1.6 ESE         0.37   807 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   DELTA 3E              0.36   900 AM  5/20  W CO COOP SITE
   HOTCHKISS 7.1 WNW     0.30   702 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   CEDAREDGE 1.0 NE      0.21   800 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   ECKERT 1.1 SW         0.17   703 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 5.1 WNW     0.14   642 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   DELTA 3.9 S           0.05   726 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   PAONIA 1SW            0.05   800 AM  5/20  W CO COOP SITE
   HOTCHKISS 1.8 NNE     0.03   828 AM  5/20  COCORAHS

...DOLORES COUNTY...
   DOVE CREEK 12.4 SSW   0.14   730 AM  5/20  COCORAHS

...EAGLE COUNTY...
   EDWARDS 1.3 WNW       0.24   653 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   AVON 2N               0.21   700 AM  5/20  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CARBONDALE 5.7 E      0.18   720 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2.3 N         0.16   727 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2N            0.16   800 AM  5/20  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   GYPSUM 1.9 SSW        0.15   640 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   GYPSUM 1.5 SSW        0.15   919 AM  5/20  COCORAHS

...GARFIELD COUNTY...
   GLENWOOD SPGS .64S    0.43   852 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPGS 2.7SSE  0.37   912 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 4.6 NNE    0.37   916 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   RIFLE                 0.36   100 AM  5/20  AVIATION SITE
   GLENWOOD SPGS 1.7NW   0.36   803 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPGS 1.4S    0.35   906 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   RIFLE 3ENE            0.30   800 AM  5/20  W CO COOP SITE
   RIFLE 3.2 ENE         0.30   754 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   RIFLE 0.9 NE          0.27   731 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPGS 5.3SSE  0.27   701 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 0.3 WNW    0.20   650 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 0.5 W      0.20   618 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   SILT 1E               0.16   800 AM  5/20  UNOFFICIAL STATION

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N   0.33   705 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 6.6 N        0.24   810 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   PARLIN 2.7 ESE        0.18   734 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   CIMARRON 11.2 S       0.15   723 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 3SW          0.11   900 AM  5/20  W CO COOP SITE
   GUNNISON 0.8 N        0.11   811 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   MARBLE 0.5 NNW        0.08   903 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   DOYLEVILLE 2.1 W      0.04   755 AM  5/20  COCORAHS

...LA PLATA COUNTY...
   DURANGO               0.74   100 AM  5/20  AVIATION SITE
   DURANGO 10 NNE        0.58   812 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   ROCKWOOD 6.7 N        0.19   852 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   ROCKWOOD 6.9 NNW      0.12   806 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 7.1 N         0.07   916 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 5.6 NNE      0.03   740 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 2.8 S         0.01   716 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 6.9 S        0.01   715 AM  5/20  COCORAHS

...MESA COUNTY...
   FRUITA 4.5 NNE        0.46   608 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 2.7 SSE     0.36   911 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   PALISADE 1.4 SE       0.33   611 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 0.9 WSW     0.32   807 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 5.6 WSW     0.28   659 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   MESA 1E               0.23   800 AM  5/20  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   GRAND JCT 5NNW        0.22   800 AM  5/20  NWS EMPLOYEE
   GRAND JCT 1.1 SSW     0.20   703 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   PALISADE 3.3 ENE      0.20   629 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT             0.19   100 AM  5/20  AVIATION SITE
   GRAND JCT 4.3 SW      0.18   745 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 8NNW        0.18   710 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 3.9 WSW     0.17   811 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 5.7 W       0.15   834 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 4.9 W       0.13   922 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 4.1 W       0.11   718 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   COLLBRAN 0.2 ESE      0.11   733 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   COLLBRAN              0.11   900 AM  5/20  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   GRAND JCT 4.0 W       0.10   808 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 4.6 E       0.09   757 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 5.1 ESE     0.08   741 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   WHITEWATER 4.2 SSE    0.06   658 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   GLADE PARK 17W        0.06   900 AM  5/20  W CO COOP SITE
   COLLBRAN 2SW          0.05   900 AM  5/20  W CO COOP SITE
   GRAND JCT 2.7 N       0.04   826 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   MACK 5 NW             0.04   757 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 3.4 N       0.03   557 AM  5/20  COCORAHS

...MOFFAT COUNTY...
   HAMILTON 0.8 WNW      0.46   651 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   DINOSAUR 2E           0.45   100 AM  5/20  W CO CRN SITE
   CRAIG 30N             0.33   100 AM  5/20  W CO CRN SITE
   CRAIG                 0.27   100 AM  5/20  AVIATION SITE
   CRAIG 4SW             0.27   800 AM  5/20  W CO COOP SITE
   CRAIG 4.9 WNW         0.18   606 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   MASSADONA             0.09  1000 AM  5/20  W CO COOP SITE
   DINOSAUR 0.3 SW       0.07   759 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   DINOSAUR 1.5 ENE      0.04   709 AM  5/20  COCORAHS

...MONTEZUMA COUNTY...
   CORTEZ 8SE            0.51   100 AM  5/20  W CO CRN SITE
   DOLORES 3.9 SSW       0.37   606 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ                0.21   100 AM  5/20  AVIATION SITE
   CORTEZ 7.7 W          0.13   804 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 2.3 NW         0.11   728 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 1.2 SW         0.08   703 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 1.0 ESE        0.03   802 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   MANCOS 3.5 ENE        0.03   814 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 7.8 WSW        0.02   950 AM  5/20  COCORAHS

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   MONTROSE 11ENE        0.43   100 AM  5/20  W CO CRN SITE
   MONTROSE              0.36   100 AM  5/20  AVIATION SITE
   MONTROSE 8.1 WNW      0.28   706 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   BLACK CANYON NP       0.18   900 AM  5/20  W CO COOP SITE
   MONTROSE 10.1 S       0.14   654 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.2 ESE      0.12   654 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.6 E        0.09   709 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.0 E        0.09   816 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.3 ENE      0.09   700 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 7.3 ENE      0.07   717 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.2 WSW      0.07   836 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.0 SSE      0.06   507 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   OLATHE 3.2 NNE        0.05   810 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.9 ESE      0.04   658 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.9 ESE      0.04   719 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 4.0 NW       0.03   701 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 5.6 SW       0.02   923 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE #2           0.02   900 AM  5/20  W CO COOP SITE

...OURAY COUNTY...
   RIDGWAY               0.14   900 AM  5/20  W CO COOP SITE
   OURAY .23 NNW         0.11   702 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   OURAY                 0.11   748 AM  5/20  W CO COOP SITE
   RIDGWAY 3.3 NNW       0.06   725 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 17.1 SSE     0.06   859 AM  5/20  COCORAHS

...PITKIN COUNTY...
   ASPEN                 0.33   100 AM  5/20  AVIATION SITE

...RIO BLANCO COUNTY...
   MEEKER                0.60   100 AM  5/20  AVIATION SITE
   MEEKER 15W            0.49   100 AM  5/20  W CO CRN SITE
   MEEKER 14.3 ESE       0.21   832 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   RANGELY 1E            0.01   800 AM  5/20  W CO COOP SITE

...ROUTT COUNTY...
   STEAMBOAT SPGS 1.9E   0.97   608 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPGS 2.0ESE 0.76   701 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPGS 0.7ESE 0.66   715 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   STMBOAT SPGS 1SE      0.65   759 AM  5/20  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   STEAMBOAT SPGS 1SE    0.65   701 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPGS 1.2SSE 0.61   919 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   OAK CREEK 0.3 WSW     0.61   528 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   OAK CREEK 1.7 WNW     0.57   637 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPGS 0.9N   0.55   706 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   YAMPA 5.1 S           0.51   910 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPGS 1.5WNW 0.50   718 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPGS 1.2SE  0.49   812 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPGS 6.9SW  0.40   730 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPGS        0.36   830 AM  5/20  W CO COOP SITE

...SAN MIGUEL COUNTY...
   REDVALE 22.8 SW       0.11   829 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   NORWOOD 1.4 W         0.09   704 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   SLICK ROCK 1.3 N      0.02   748 AM  5/20  COCORAHS

UTAH

...GRAND COUNTY...
   CASTLE VALLEY 0.6 W   0.13   718 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   CANYONLANDS AIRPORT   0.13   100 AM  5/20  AVIATION SITE
   MOAB 3.7 ESE          0.04   704 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   ARCHES NP HQS         0.04   800 AM  5/20  E UT COOP SITE

...SAN JUAN COUNTY...
   MONTICELLO #2         0.31   800 AM  5/20  E UT COOP SITE
   MONTICELLO 2.3 SW     0.25   808 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   CEDAR POINT           0.23   800 AM  5/20  E UT COOP SITE
   CANYONLANDS-NECK      0.04   900 AM  5/20  E UT COOP SITE
   BLUFF 32NW            0.03   100 AM  5/20  E UT CRN SITE

...UINTAH COUNTY...
   VERNAL                0.27   100 AM  5/20  AVIATION SITE
   JENSEN 0.4 WSW        0.23   620 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   VERNAL 1.2 SE         0.20   633 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   VERNAL 1S             0.20   730 AM  5/20  E UT COOP SITE
   VERNAL 3.7 WNW        0.10   854 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   NAPLES 2.8 SSE        0.07   709 AM  5/20  COCORAHS
   FORT DUCHESNE         0.05   805 AM  5/20  E UT COOP SITE

$$



000
NOUS43 KJKL 201649 CCA
PNSJKL
KYZ107-110-113-118>120-271515-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...CORRECTION
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
1249 PM EDT WED MAY 20 2015

...STANTON AND HAZARD NOAA WEATHER TRANSMITTERS WILL HAVE PERIODS OF
INTERMITTENT LOW POWER...

WWG61 FROM STANTON...WHICH BROADCASTS ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.550
MHZ...WILL HAVE PERIODS OF INTERMITTENT LOW POWER THROUGH
WEDNESDAY...MAY 27TH...AS THE TOWER IS BEING PAINTED. KIH40 FROM
HAZARD...WHICH BROADCASTS ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.475 MHZ...WILL HAVE
PERIODS OF INTERMITTENT LOW POWER CONTINUING OVER THE NEXT 3 TO 4
WEEKS...WEATHER PERMITTING....WHILE TOWER WORK IS BEING PERFORMED.
THE TRANSMITTERS WILL BE SET TO LOW POWER TO LIMIT EXPOSURE OF THE
MAINTENANCE CREW TO RF RADIATION. THERE WILL ALSO BE OUTAGE PERIODS
WHEN THE CLIMBERS ARE IN CLOSE PROXIMITY TO THE ANTENNA.

OTHER TRANSMITTERS IN THE AREA THAT MAY BE USED INCLUDE...

WWG71 OUT OF MOREHEAD ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.425 MHZ...

WWG79 OUT OF WEST LIBERTY ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.450 MHZ...

WWG26 OUT OF JACKSON ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.425 MHZ...

WNG727 OUT OF IRVINE ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.475 MHZ....

WWG81 OUT OF PHELPS ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.500 MHZ...

WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE THIS MAY CAUSE.

$$

TAB/CARICO

...CORRECTED EXPIRATION DATE...


000
NOUS43 KJKL 201649 CCA
PNSJKL
KYZ107-110-113-118>120-271515-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...CORRECTION
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
1249 PM EDT WED MAY 20 2015

...STANTON AND HAZARD NOAA WEATHER TRANSMITTERS WILL HAVE PERIODS OF
INTERMITTENT LOW POWER...

WWG61 FROM STANTON...WHICH BROADCASTS ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.550
MHZ...WILL HAVE PERIODS OF INTERMITTENT LOW POWER THROUGH
WEDNESDAY...MAY 27TH...AS THE TOWER IS BEING PAINTED. KIH40 FROM
HAZARD...WHICH BROADCASTS ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.475 MHZ...WILL HAVE
PERIODS OF INTERMITTENT LOW POWER CONTINUING OVER THE NEXT 3 TO 4
WEEKS...WEATHER PERMITTING....WHILE TOWER WORK IS BEING PERFORMED.
THE TRANSMITTERS WILL BE SET TO LOW POWER TO LIMIT EXPOSURE OF THE
MAINTENANCE CREW TO RF RADIATION. THERE WILL ALSO BE OUTAGE PERIODS
WHEN THE CLIMBERS ARE IN CLOSE PROXIMITY TO THE ANTENNA.

OTHER TRANSMITTERS IN THE AREA THAT MAY BE USED INCLUDE...

WWG71 OUT OF MOREHEAD ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.425 MHZ...

WWG79 OUT OF WEST LIBERTY ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.450 MHZ...

WWG26 OUT OF JACKSON ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.425 MHZ...

WNG727 OUT OF IRVINE ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.475 MHZ....

WWG81 OUT OF PHELPS ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.500 MHZ...

WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE THIS MAY CAUSE.

$$

TAB/CARICO

...CORRECTED EXPIRATION DATE...


000
NOUS43 KJKL 201649 CCA
PNSJKL
KYZ107-110-113-118>120-271515-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...CORRECTION
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
1249 PM EDT WED MAY 20 2015

...STANTON AND HAZARD NOAA WEATHER TRANSMITTERS WILL HAVE PERIODS OF
INTERMITTENT LOW POWER...

WWG61 FROM STANTON...WHICH BROADCASTS ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.550
MHZ...WILL HAVE PERIODS OF INTERMITTENT LOW POWER THROUGH
WEDNESDAY...MAY 27TH...AS THE TOWER IS BEING PAINTED. KIH40 FROM
HAZARD...WHICH BROADCASTS ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.475 MHZ...WILL HAVE
PERIODS OF INTERMITTENT LOW POWER CONTINUING OVER THE NEXT 3 TO 4
WEEKS...WEATHER PERMITTING....WHILE TOWER WORK IS BEING PERFORMED.
THE TRANSMITTERS WILL BE SET TO LOW POWER TO LIMIT EXPOSURE OF THE
MAINTENANCE CREW TO RF RADIATION. THERE WILL ALSO BE OUTAGE PERIODS
WHEN THE CLIMBERS ARE IN CLOSE PROXIMITY TO THE ANTENNA.

OTHER TRANSMITTERS IN THE AREA THAT MAY BE USED INCLUDE...

WWG71 OUT OF MOREHEAD ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.425 MHZ...

WWG79 OUT OF WEST LIBERTY ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.450 MHZ...

WWG26 OUT OF JACKSON ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.425 MHZ...

WNG727 OUT OF IRVINE ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.475 MHZ....

WWG81 OUT OF PHELPS ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.500 MHZ...

WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE THIS MAY CAUSE.

$$

TAB/CARICO

...CORRECTED EXPIRATION DATE...


000
NOUS43 KJKL 201649 CCA
PNSJKL
KYZ107-110-113-118>120-271515-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...CORRECTION
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
1249 PM EDT WED MAY 20 2015

...STANTON AND HAZARD NOAA WEATHER TRANSMITTERS WILL HAVE PERIODS OF
INTERMITTENT LOW POWER...

WWG61 FROM STANTON...WHICH BROADCASTS ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.550
MHZ...WILL HAVE PERIODS OF INTERMITTENT LOW POWER THROUGH
WEDNESDAY...MAY 27TH...AS THE TOWER IS BEING PAINTED. KIH40 FROM
HAZARD...WHICH BROADCASTS ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.475 MHZ...WILL HAVE
PERIODS OF INTERMITTENT LOW POWER CONTINUING OVER THE NEXT 3 TO 4
WEEKS...WEATHER PERMITTING....WHILE TOWER WORK IS BEING PERFORMED.
THE TRANSMITTERS WILL BE SET TO LOW POWER TO LIMIT EXPOSURE OF THE
MAINTENANCE CREW TO RF RADIATION. THERE WILL ALSO BE OUTAGE PERIODS
WHEN THE CLIMBERS ARE IN CLOSE PROXIMITY TO THE ANTENNA.

OTHER TRANSMITTERS IN THE AREA THAT MAY BE USED INCLUDE...

WWG71 OUT OF MOREHEAD ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.425 MHZ...

WWG79 OUT OF WEST LIBERTY ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.450 MHZ...

WWG26 OUT OF JACKSON ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.425 MHZ...

WNG727 OUT OF IRVINE ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.475 MHZ....

WWG81 OUT OF PHELPS ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.500 MHZ...

WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE THIS MAY CAUSE.

$$

TAB/CARICO

...CORRECTED EXPIRATION DATE...


000
NOUS45 KSLC 201637
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
1035 AM MDT WED MAY 20 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

ADDITIONAL RAINFALL OVERNIGHT DELIVERED 2-DAY TOTALS OF 1 TO 2
INCHES IN A MANY LOCALES. BELOW ARE PRECIPITATION TOTALS FOR THE
PAST 48 HOURS AS OF 10 AM.

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
LOGAN RIVER ABV STATE DAM - 4805 FT      9 AM WED     0.93
PROVIDENCE - 4528 FT                     8 AM WED     0.92
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     9 AM WED     0.86
LOGAN - 4465 FT                          9 AM WED     0.81
LOGAN GOLF - 4808 FT                    10 AM WED     0.78
HYDE PARK - 4515 FT                      9 AM WED     0.78
NORTH LOGAN - 4749 FT                    8 AM WED     0.76
HYDE PARK - 4513 FT                      8 AM WED     0.75
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT         10 AM WED     0.74
LOGAN - 4806 FT                          9 AM WED     0.74
LBW PARADISE - 4859 FT                  10 AM WED     0.67
RICHMOND - 4576 FT                       6 AM WED     0.66
BENSON - 4428 FT                         8 AM TUE     0.65
LOGAN DRAINAGE FARM - 4435 FT           10 AM WED     0.61
PROVIDENCE - EVANS FARM - 4535 FT       10 AM WED     0.58
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                  9 AM WED     0.55
LBW EXPFARM - 4498 FT                   10 AM WED     0.54
LEWISTON - 4514 FT                      10 AM WED     0.47
LBW SOUTHFORK - 5095 FT                 10 AM WED     0.46
LOGAN RADIO - 4470 FT                    5 AM WED     0.42

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                9 AM WED     2.06
BRIGHAM CITY - 4400 FT                   9 AM WED     1.92
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                9 AM WED     1.87
BRIGHAM CITY - 4230 FT                   5 PM TUE     1.40
GARLAND 1 SE - 4328 FT                   6 AM WED     1.27
BOUNTIFUL - 4760 FT                      9 AM WED     1.20
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                 9 AM WED     1.05
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                      9 AM WED     1.01
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                   9 AM WED     1.01
THATCHER - 4292 FT                       6 AM WED     0.97
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                       9 AM WED     0.93
TREMONTON - 4331 FT                     10 AM WED     0.90
BRIGHAM CITY - 4364 FT                   6 AM TUE     0.88
NORTH OGDEN                              6 AM TUE     0.86
NORTH OGDEN - 4392 FT                    7 AM WED     0.84
OGDEN - 4285 FT                          9 AM WED     0.79
THATCHER - 4414 FT                       7 AM TUE     0.77
PERRY - 4491 FT                          6 AM WED     0.75
NORTHEAST OGDEN BENCH - 4560 FT          7 AM TUE     0.75
SOUTH OGDEN - 4880 FT                    7 AM WED     0.73
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    9 AM WED     0.70
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT               9 AM WED     0.68
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                    9 AM WED     0.62
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     9 AM WED     0.60
LAYTON - 4770 FT                         9 AM WED     0.58
FARMINGTON - 4239 FT                     7 AM WED     0.58
SOUTH OGDEN - 4777 FT                    9 AM WED     0.55
FARMINGTON - 4226 FT                     9 AM WED     0.53
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    9 AM WED     0.49
CENTERVILLE - 4216 FT                    9 AM WED     0.49
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4802 FT                  7 AM WED     0.49
WEST BOUNTIFUL - 4231 FT                 9 AM TUE     0.49
SOUTH WEBER - 4518 FT                    7 AM TUE     0.48
CORINNE - 4238 FT                       10 AM WED     0.45
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4590 FT                  9 AM WED     0.44
LAYTON - 4468 FT                         9 AM WED     0.43
WEST WEBER - 4248 FT                     7 AM TUE     0.42
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT           10 AM WED     0.41
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                      9 AM WED     0.39
WEST HAVEN - 4239 FT                     7 AM WED     0.39
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT      10 AM WED     0.37
ROY - 4457 FT                            9 AM TUE     0.35
CLINTON - 4337 FT                        9 AM WED     0.33
WEST POINT - 4350 FT                     9 AM WED     0.29
ROY - 4373 FT                            9 AM WED     0.26
BOUNTIFUL - 5085 FT                      8 AM WED     0.25
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                       9 AM WED     0.20
BOTHWELL - 4343 FT                       7 AM WED     0.20
CLEARFIELD UDOT - 4685 FT                9 AM WED     0.19
EAGLE LAKE - 4377 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.03

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
MAGNA - 4375 FT                          7 AM WED     1.15
SANDY - 4852 FT                          7 AM WED     0.87
TOOELE 2 - 4318 FT                      10 AM WED     0.75
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS - 5138 FT             7 AM WED     0.68
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4317 FT               8 AM WED     0.64
DRAPER - 5052 FT                         9 AM WED     0.62
SANDY - 4714 FT                          7 AM WED     0.58
HOLLADAY - 4540 FT                       7 AM WED     0.57
HOLLADAY - 4344 FT                       9 AM WED     0.56
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS - 5230 FT             7 AM WED     0.56
SANDY - 5161 FT                          9 AM WED     0.55
SANDY - 4637 FT                          7 AM WED     0.55
STOCKTON - 5087 FT                       7 AM WED     0.55
WEST JORDAN - 4722 FT                    9 AM TUE     0.52
HOLLADAY - 4516 FT                       9 AM WED     0.51
STANSBURY PARK - 4300 FT                 9 PM MON     0.51
HOLLADAY - 4456 FT                       9 AM TUE     0.50
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT        10 AM WED     0.48
SANDY - 4712 FT                          9 AM WED     0.46
SALT LAKE CITY - 4303 FT                 7 AM TUE     0.45
NORTH HOLLADAY - 4600 FT                 9 AM WED     0.44
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         9 AM WED     0.44
MURRAY - 4290 FT                        10 AM WED     0.43
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4281 FT               9 AM WED     0.43
RIVERTON - 4480 FT                       9 AM WED     0.42
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                 9 AM WED     0.42
UPPER MILLCREEK - 5050 FT                9 PM TUE     0.42
SOUTH SALT LAKE - 4340 FT                7 AM TUE     0.41
ROCKY - 5970 FT                          9 AM WED     0.40
SALT LAKE CITY - 4590 FT                 7 AM WED     0.39
RIVERTON - 4534 FT                       6 AM WED     0.39
SALT LAKE CITY - 4568 FT                 7 AM TUE     0.39
TOOELE - 5070 FT                         5 PM MON     0.39
SALT LAKE CITY - 4753 FT                 9 AM WED     0.38
VERNON - 5639 FT                         9 AM WED     0.38
TAYLORSVILLE-BENNION - 4594 FT           7 AM WED     0.38
SALT LAKE CITY 4.5 SE - 4655 FT          7 AM TUE     0.38
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                   9 AM WED     0.37
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            9 AM WED     0.37
KEARNS - 4613 FT                         9 AM WED     0.37
TAYLORSVILLE - 4514 FT                   9 AM WED     0.36
SALT LAKE CITY - 5102 FT                 9 AM WED     0.36
TRANS-JORDAN LANDFILL - 5201 FT         10 AM WED     0.35
TAYLORSVILLE - 4593 FT                   9 AM WED     0.35
SOUTH JORDAN - 4551 FT                   9 AM WED     0.34
SALT LAKE CITY - 5305 FT                 9 AM WED     0.34
RIVERTON - 4429 FT                       9 AM WED     0.33
HERRIMAN - 5062 FT                       9 AM WED     0.33
DRAPER - 4418 FT                         9 AM WED     0.33
GRANTSVILLE 2 W - 4480 FT                5 AM WED     0.32
SOUTH SALT LAKE - 4272 FT                6 PM MON     0.29
SALT LAKE TRIAD CENTER - 4280 FT         5 PM MON     0.19

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
LEHI - 4800 FT                           7 AM WED     0.65
SARATOGA SPRINGS 1W - 7544 FT            9 AM WED     0.57
AMERICAN FORK - 4661 FT                  7 AM WED     0.50
TICKVILLE - 5191 FT                      9 AM WED     0.43
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4655 FT               9 AM WED     0.38
SPANISH FORK - 4580 FT                   7 AM WED     0.37
AMERICAN FORK - 4623 FT                  7 AM TUE     0.37
PLEASANT GROVE - 5200 FT                 9 AM WED     0.33
LEHI - 4593 FT                           9 AM WED     0.31
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT         10 AM WED     0.27
OREM - 4728 FT                           9 AM WED     0.26
PROVO BYU - 4570 FT                      5 PM TUE     0.26
SPANISH FORK - 4738 FT                   9 AM WED     0.24
PROVO - 4641 FT                          9 AM WED     0.23
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4787 FT               9 AM WED     0.21
NEPHI - 5002 FT                         10 AM WED     0.20
SPANISH FORK - 4734 FT                   9 AM WED     0.19
SPANISH FORK - 4721 FT                  10 AM WED     0.14
PROVO MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 4498 FT       10 AM WED     0.12
LEVAN - 5290 FT                          5 PM TUE     0.08
SPANISH FORK POWER HOUSE - 4720 FT       5 PM MON     0.04
ALPINE - 5070 FT                         5 PM MON     0.04
PAYSON - 4652 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.02

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
BOTHWELL - 4790 FT                       7 AM WED     1.11
BAKER LAB - 4294 FT                     10 AM WED     1.03
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                    9 AM WED     1.03
ENGLISH VILLAGE - 4788 FT               10 AM WED     0.87
BLUE CREEK - 5170 FT                    10 AM WED     0.87
ARAGONITE - 5030 FT                      9 AM WED     0.85
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT             10 AM WED     0.82
TOWER GRID - 4346 FT                     9 AM WED     0.82
CEDAR MOUNTAIN - 4650 FT                 4 AM TUE     0.80
CLIFTON FLAT - 6384 FT                   9 AM WED     0.79
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                10 AM WED     0.74
WHITE SAGE - 4363 FT                    10 AM WED     0.74
CAMEL BACK MTN - 5077 FT                10 AM WED     0.65
DITTO - 4345 FT                         10 AM WED     0.63
CALLAO - 4530 FT                         9 AM WED     0.56
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        9 AM WED     0.56
UTAH TEST RANGE - 4440 FT                5 PM TUE     0.56
PLAYA STATION - 4280 FT                 10 AM WED     0.55
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                  10 AM WED     0.47
NW DECON PAD - 4380 FT                  10 AM WED     0.47
LOWER CEDAR MTN - 4495 FT               10 AM WED     0.46
TARGET S - 4349 FT                      10 AM WED     0.41
SNOWVILLE (SOUTH) - 4812 FT             10 AM WED     0.39
ROMEO & CENTERLINE - 4308 FT            10 AM WED     0.37
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT               10 AM WED     0.36
INTERSTATE 80 - 4125 FT                 10 AM WED     0.35
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT               10 AM WED     0.31
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT              10 AM WED     0.30
VERNON CREEK NEAR VERNON 8SE - 6226 FT   9 AM WED     0.30
CALLAO GATE - 4250 FT                   10 AM WED     0.26
DURAND ROAD - 4538 FT                   10 AM WED     0.20
WEST SALT FLATS - 4237 FT                9 AM WED     0.17
TARGET R - 4311 FT                       9 AM WED     0.13
SALT FLATS - 4265 FT                     9 AM WED     0.11
SNOWVILLE - 4560 FT                      9 AM WED     0.11
WEST OF WILDCAT MTN - 4259 FT           10 AM WED     0.09
CAUSEWAY - 4246 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
SWANSONS ENV CENTER - 5700 FT           10 AM WED     1.10
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        9 AM WED     0.79
MORGAN - 5059 FT                         9 AM WED     0.73
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT        9 AM WED     0.58
EDEN - 5337 FT                           5 PM TUE     0.57
MORGAN - 5092 FT                         7 AM TUE     0.53
LIBERTY                                  9 PM MON     0.45
WANSHIP DAM - 5940 FT                    5 PM TUE     0.43
MORGAN UDOT - 5105 FT                    9 AM WED     0.41
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                     9 AM WED     0.41
COALVILLE - 5673 FT                      9 AM WED     0.40
HEBER CITY - 5768 FT                     9 AM TUE     0.08

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
GARDEN CITY - 7615 FT                    9 AM WED     2.01
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    9 AM WED     1.36
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       9 AM WED     1.22
LAKETOWN - 5980 FT                       5 PM TUE     1.14
LAKETOWN UDOT - 5991 FT                  9 AM WED     1.05
GARDEN CITY - 5959 FT                    9 AM WED     0.98
MANTUA - 5899 FT                         9 AM WED     0.92
BLACKSMITH FORK - 5020 FT                9 AM WED     0.90
LOST CREEK NR CROYDEN - 5840 FT          9 AM WED     0.82
LAKETOWN - 5959 FT                      10 AM WED     0.81
RANDOLPH - 6270 FT                       5 AM WED     0.67
EMIGRATION CANYON - 6024 FT              9 AM WED     0.66
HARDWARE RANCH - 5564 FT                10 AM WED     0.63
RANDOLPH UDOT - 6329 FT                  9 AM WED     0.56
RANDOLPH - 6264 FT                      10 AM WED     0.25
SUMMIT PARK - 6808 FT                    9 AM WED     0.05

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
SUNDANCE - 7503 FT                      10 AM WED     0.69
ALTA - BASE - 8560 FT                    6 AM WED     0.45
ALTA - COLLINS - 9662 FT                 6 AM WED     0.43
SILVER LAKE BRIGHTON - 8740 FT           5 AM WED     0.37
DEER VALLEY - ONTARIO - 9100 FT          6 AM WED     0.19
FOUNTAIN GREEN 4ENE - 7166 FT            9 AM WED     0.18

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
YELLOWSTONE DRAINAGE - 7800 FT           9 AM WED     1.18
MOON LAKE - 8150 FT                      9 AM WED     1.02
YELLOWSTONE RIVER NR ALTONAH - 7506 FT   9 AM WED     0.94
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           9 AM WED     0.43
BEAR RIVER - 8536 FT                     9 AM WED     0.40
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         9 AM WED     0.39
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       9 AM WED     0.35
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        9 AM WED     0.34
WEBER RIVER NR OAKLEY 7NNE - 6653 FT     9 AM WED     0.27
OAKLEY - 7800 FT                         9 AM WED     0.23
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      9 AM WED     0.19
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 9 AM WED     0.17
HEBER CITY 10 ESE - 8305 FT              8 AM WED     0.17

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
BAER #10 RED BULL - 8360 FT              9 AM WED     1.18
MANTI - PORTABLE #1 - 6085 FT            9 AM WED     0.33
HORSE RIDGE - 8480 FT                    9 AM WED     0.29
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                    9 AM WED     0.23
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      9 AM WED     0.15
HELPER CARBON PLANT - 6100 FT            5 AM WED     0.14
BRUIN POINT - 10200 FT                   4 AM TUE     0.01

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
ALTAMONT - 6370 FT                       5 AM WED     0.56
DUCHESNE - 5520 FT                       5 PM MON     0.35
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      9 AM WED     0.30
ROOSEVELT - 5167 FT                      8 AM WED     0.29
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT            9 AM WED     0.27
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      4 AM TUE     0.23

...CASTLE COUNTRY...
CARBON COUNTY AIRPORT - 5922 FT         10 AM WED     0.16
WELLINGTON 3 E - 5400 FT                 5 PM TUE     0.10
FERRON - 5930 FT                         5 AM WED     0.09

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
HANS FLAT RS - 6600 FT                   5 AM WED     0.02
GREEN RIVER - 4073 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.01
SAN RAFAEL NR GREEN RIVER - 4200 FT      5 AM TUE     0.01

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
MOUNT PLEASANT - 5924 FT                 9 AM WED     0.18
SPRING CITY - 5835 FT                    9 AM WED     0.14
SEVIER RESERVOIR - 5369 FT               9 AM WED     0.13
MONROE - 5322 FT                         6 PM MON     0.01

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
TULE VALLEY - 5135 FT                    9 AM WED     0.62
MUD SPRING - 5902 FT                     9 AM WED     0.46
DELTA - 4635 FT                          9 AM WED     0.28
OAK CITY - 5135 FT                       7 AM WED     0.23
OAK CITY - 5138 FT                       9 AM WED     0.22
SIXMILE RIDGE - 5075 FT                  7 AM WED     0.16
FISH SPRINGS REFUGE - 4335 FT            5 AM WED     0.14
FISH SPRINGS - 4282 FT                  10 AM WED     0.12
OAK CITY - 5138 FT                       7 AM WED     0.12
DELTA MUNI AIRPORT - 4750 FT             9 AM WED     0.08
FILLMORE PORT #2 - 5691 FT               6 PM MON     0.04
FILLMORE - 5120 FT                       5 PM MON     0.02

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT     10 AM WED     0.49
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        9 AM WED     0.22
PAROWAN 10NW - 5820 FT                  10 AM WED     0.09
CEDAR CITY AIRPORT - 5627 FT            10 AM WED     0.05
NEW HARMONY - 5625 FT                    5 AM WED     0.05
CEDAR CITY 6 NNW - 5462 FT              11 AM TUE     0.03
ENTERPRISE - 5384 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.03
ENTERPRISE - 5340 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.03
CEDAR CITY                               7 PM MON     0.02
CEDAR CITY - 5895 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.01

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ST GEORGE - 2770 FT                      5 AM WED     0.24
ST GEORGE - 2612 FT                      9 AM WED     0.20
LA VERKIN - 3234 FT                      7 AM TUE     0.15
ST. GEORGE - 2690 FT                     9 AM WED     0.14
HURRICANE - 3239 FT                      8 AM TUE     0.13
ST GEORGE 4 NNW - 2849 FT                8 AM TUE     0.13
WASHINGTON - 2615 FT                     9 AM WED     0.10
SPRINGDALE - 3842 FT                     8 AM TUE     0.10
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    9 AM WED     0.09
ZION NATIONAL PARK - 5741 FT             9 AM WED     0.06
WHITE REEF - 3440 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.04
ST. GEORGE - 2861 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.01
FT PIERCE WASH NR ST. GEORGE - 2810 FT   5 AM TUE     0.01

...SOUTH CENTRAL UTAH...
KANAB - 4940 FT                          5 PM TUE     0.55
ESCALANTE - 5810 FT                      5 PM MON     0.10
KODACHROME BASIN PARK - 5810 FT          5 PM MON     0.05
APPLE VALLEY - 4757 FT                   8 AM WED     0.04
TELEGRAPH FLAT - 5460 FT                 4 AM TUE     0.02

...GLEN CANYON RECREATION AREA/LAKE POWELL...
BULLFROG BASIN - 3822 FT                 5 AM WED     0.02
BULLFROG MARINA - 3700 FT                5 AM TUE     0.02

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
10 ESE OAK CITY - 7268 FT                9 AM WED     0.19
MUDDY CREEK NR EMERY - 6440 FT           9 AM WED     0.17
FILLMORE PORT #1 - 6229 FT               9 AM WED     0.10
GRASSY LAKE NR EPHRAIM - 8880 FT         9 AM WED     0.07
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          9 AM WED     0.05
BLACK CEDAR - 6480 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.01
HORSE HOLLOW - 6010 FT                   4 AM TUE     0.01
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    7 PM MON     0.01

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              9 AM WED     0.65
TOM BEST SPRING - 7718 FT                9 AM WED     0.33
AGUA CANYON - 8890 FT                    9 AM WED     0.24
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      9 AM WED     0.21
BRYCE CANYON - 7855 FT                   9 AM WED     0.19
POWERHOUSE NR VEYO - 4600 FT             9 AM WED     0.18
BUCK FLAT - 8000 FT                      9 AM WED     0.17
BRYCE CANYON AIRPORT - 7585 FT          10 AM WED     0.13
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                     10 AM WED     0.12
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      9 AM WED     0.11
BOULDER - 7171 FT                        7 AM WED     0.11
CIRCLEVILLE - 6079 FT                    6 AM WED     0.11
BADGER SPRING - 3990 FT                  9 AM WED     0.10
LAVA POINT RAWS - 7890 FT                9 AM WED     0.10
LARB HOLLOW - 8490 FT                    9 AM WED     0.10
WILLOW GULCH - 6840 FT                   6 PM TUE     0.10
GARDNER PEAK - 8350 FT                   6 PM TUE     0.10
ASSAY - 8100 FT                          9 AM WED     0.09
PANGUITCH - 6630 FT                      5 AM WED     0.09
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 9 AM WED     0.08
COAL CREEK NEAR CEDAR CITY 3E - 6017 FT  5 AM TUE     0.04
LOA - 7070 FT                            5 AM WED     0.03
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              7 PM MON     0.03
LOA - 7096 FT                            5 AM TUE     0.02

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT        10 AM WED     0.64
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    9 AM WED     0.25
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT       9 AM WED     0.25



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NOUS45 KSLC 201637
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
1035 AM MDT WED MAY 20 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

ADDITIONAL RAINFALL OVERNIGHT DELIVERED 2-DAY TOTALS OF 1 TO 2
INCHES IN A MANY LOCALES. BELOW ARE PRECIPITATION TOTALS FOR THE
PAST 48 HOURS AS OF 10 AM.

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
LOGAN RIVER ABV STATE DAM - 4805 FT      9 AM WED     0.93
PROVIDENCE - 4528 FT                     8 AM WED     0.92
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     9 AM WED     0.86
LOGAN - 4465 FT                          9 AM WED     0.81
LOGAN GOLF - 4808 FT                    10 AM WED     0.78
HYDE PARK - 4515 FT                      9 AM WED     0.78
NORTH LOGAN - 4749 FT                    8 AM WED     0.76
HYDE PARK - 4513 FT                      8 AM WED     0.75
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT         10 AM WED     0.74
LOGAN - 4806 FT                          9 AM WED     0.74
LBW PARADISE - 4859 FT                  10 AM WED     0.67
RICHMOND - 4576 FT                       6 AM WED     0.66
BENSON - 4428 FT                         8 AM TUE     0.65
LOGAN DRAINAGE FARM - 4435 FT           10 AM WED     0.61
PROVIDENCE - EVANS FARM - 4535 FT       10 AM WED     0.58
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                  9 AM WED     0.55
LBW EXPFARM - 4498 FT                   10 AM WED     0.54
LEWISTON - 4514 FT                      10 AM WED     0.47
LBW SOUTHFORK - 5095 FT                 10 AM WED     0.46
LOGAN RADIO - 4470 FT                    5 AM WED     0.42

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                9 AM WED     2.06
BRIGHAM CITY - 4400 FT                   9 AM WED     1.92
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                9 AM WED     1.87
BRIGHAM CITY - 4230 FT                   5 PM TUE     1.40
GARLAND 1 SE - 4328 FT                   6 AM WED     1.27
BOUNTIFUL - 4760 FT                      9 AM WED     1.20
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                 9 AM WED     1.05
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                      9 AM WED     1.01
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                   9 AM WED     1.01
THATCHER - 4292 FT                       6 AM WED     0.97
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                       9 AM WED     0.93
TREMONTON - 4331 FT                     10 AM WED     0.90
BRIGHAM CITY - 4364 FT                   6 AM TUE     0.88
NORTH OGDEN                              6 AM TUE     0.86
NORTH OGDEN - 4392 FT                    7 AM WED     0.84
OGDEN - 4285 FT                          9 AM WED     0.79
THATCHER - 4414 FT                       7 AM TUE     0.77
PERRY - 4491 FT                          6 AM WED     0.75
NORTHEAST OGDEN BENCH - 4560 FT          7 AM TUE     0.75
SOUTH OGDEN - 4880 FT                    7 AM WED     0.73
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    9 AM WED     0.70
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT               9 AM WED     0.68
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                    9 AM WED     0.62
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     9 AM WED     0.60
LAYTON - 4770 FT                         9 AM WED     0.58
FARMINGTON - 4239 FT                     7 AM WED     0.58
SOUTH OGDEN - 4777 FT                    9 AM WED     0.55
FARMINGTON - 4226 FT                     9 AM WED     0.53
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    9 AM WED     0.49
CENTERVILLE - 4216 FT                    9 AM WED     0.49
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4802 FT                  7 AM WED     0.49
WEST BOUNTIFUL - 4231 FT                 9 AM TUE     0.49
SOUTH WEBER - 4518 FT                    7 AM TUE     0.48
CORINNE - 4238 FT                       10 AM WED     0.45
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4590 FT                  9 AM WED     0.44
LAYTON - 4468 FT                         9 AM WED     0.43
WEST WEBER - 4248 FT                     7 AM TUE     0.42
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT           10 AM WED     0.41
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                      9 AM WED     0.39
WEST HAVEN - 4239 FT                     7 AM WED     0.39
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT      10 AM WED     0.37
ROY - 4457 FT                            9 AM TUE     0.35
CLINTON - 4337 FT                        9 AM WED     0.33
WEST POINT - 4350 FT                     9 AM WED     0.29
ROY - 4373 FT                            9 AM WED     0.26
BOUNTIFUL - 5085 FT                      8 AM WED     0.25
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                       9 AM WED     0.20
BOTHWELL - 4343 FT                       7 AM WED     0.20
CLEARFIELD UDOT - 4685 FT                9 AM WED     0.19
EAGLE LAKE - 4377 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.03

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
MAGNA - 4375 FT                          7 AM WED     1.15
SANDY - 4852 FT                          7 AM WED     0.87
TOOELE 2 - 4318 FT                      10 AM WED     0.75
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS - 5138 FT             7 AM WED     0.68
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4317 FT               8 AM WED     0.64
DRAPER - 5052 FT                         9 AM WED     0.62
SANDY - 4714 FT                          7 AM WED     0.58
HOLLADAY - 4540 FT                       7 AM WED     0.57
HOLLADAY - 4344 FT                       9 AM WED     0.56
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS - 5230 FT             7 AM WED     0.56
SANDY - 5161 FT                          9 AM WED     0.55
SANDY - 4637 FT                          7 AM WED     0.55
STOCKTON - 5087 FT                       7 AM WED     0.55
WEST JORDAN - 4722 FT                    9 AM TUE     0.52
HOLLADAY - 4516 FT                       9 AM WED     0.51
STANSBURY PARK - 4300 FT                 9 PM MON     0.51
HOLLADAY - 4456 FT                       9 AM TUE     0.50
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT        10 AM WED     0.48
SANDY - 4712 FT                          9 AM WED     0.46
SALT LAKE CITY - 4303 FT                 7 AM TUE     0.45
NORTH HOLLADAY - 4600 FT                 9 AM WED     0.44
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         9 AM WED     0.44
MURRAY - 4290 FT                        10 AM WED     0.43
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4281 FT               9 AM WED     0.43
RIVERTON - 4480 FT                       9 AM WED     0.42
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                 9 AM WED     0.42
UPPER MILLCREEK - 5050 FT                9 PM TUE     0.42
SOUTH SALT LAKE - 4340 FT                7 AM TUE     0.41
ROCKY - 5970 FT                          9 AM WED     0.40
SALT LAKE CITY - 4590 FT                 7 AM WED     0.39
RIVERTON - 4534 FT                       6 AM WED     0.39
SALT LAKE CITY - 4568 FT                 7 AM TUE     0.39
TOOELE - 5070 FT                         5 PM MON     0.39
SALT LAKE CITY - 4753 FT                 9 AM WED     0.38
VERNON - 5639 FT                         9 AM WED     0.38
TAYLORSVILLE-BENNION - 4594 FT           7 AM WED     0.38
SALT LAKE CITY 4.5 SE - 4655 FT          7 AM TUE     0.38
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                   9 AM WED     0.37
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            9 AM WED     0.37
KEARNS - 4613 FT                         9 AM WED     0.37
TAYLORSVILLE - 4514 FT                   9 AM WED     0.36
SALT LAKE CITY - 5102 FT                 9 AM WED     0.36
TRANS-JORDAN LANDFILL - 5201 FT         10 AM WED     0.35
TAYLORSVILLE - 4593 FT                   9 AM WED     0.35
SOUTH JORDAN - 4551 FT                   9 AM WED     0.34
SALT LAKE CITY - 5305 FT                 9 AM WED     0.34
RIVERTON - 4429 FT                       9 AM WED     0.33
HERRIMAN - 5062 FT                       9 AM WED     0.33
DRAPER - 4418 FT                         9 AM WED     0.33
GRANTSVILLE 2 W - 4480 FT                5 AM WED     0.32
SOUTH SALT LAKE - 4272 FT                6 PM MON     0.29
SALT LAKE TRIAD CENTER - 4280 FT         5 PM MON     0.19

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
LEHI - 4800 FT                           7 AM WED     0.65
SARATOGA SPRINGS 1W - 7544 FT            9 AM WED     0.57
AMERICAN FORK - 4661 FT                  7 AM WED     0.50
TICKVILLE - 5191 FT                      9 AM WED     0.43
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4655 FT               9 AM WED     0.38
SPANISH FORK - 4580 FT                   7 AM WED     0.37
AMERICAN FORK - 4623 FT                  7 AM TUE     0.37
PLEASANT GROVE - 5200 FT                 9 AM WED     0.33
LEHI - 4593 FT                           9 AM WED     0.31
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT         10 AM WED     0.27
OREM - 4728 FT                           9 AM WED     0.26
PROVO BYU - 4570 FT                      5 PM TUE     0.26
SPANISH FORK - 4738 FT                   9 AM WED     0.24
PROVO - 4641 FT                          9 AM WED     0.23
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4787 FT               9 AM WED     0.21
NEPHI - 5002 FT                         10 AM WED     0.20
SPANISH FORK - 4734 FT                   9 AM WED     0.19
SPANISH FORK - 4721 FT                  10 AM WED     0.14
PROVO MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 4498 FT       10 AM WED     0.12
LEVAN - 5290 FT                          5 PM TUE     0.08
SPANISH FORK POWER HOUSE - 4720 FT       5 PM MON     0.04
ALPINE - 5070 FT                         5 PM MON     0.04
PAYSON - 4652 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.02

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
BOTHWELL - 4790 FT                       7 AM WED     1.11
BAKER LAB - 4294 FT                     10 AM WED     1.03
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                    9 AM WED     1.03
ENGLISH VILLAGE - 4788 FT               10 AM WED     0.87
BLUE CREEK - 5170 FT                    10 AM WED     0.87
ARAGONITE - 5030 FT                      9 AM WED     0.85
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT             10 AM WED     0.82
TOWER GRID - 4346 FT                     9 AM WED     0.82
CEDAR MOUNTAIN - 4650 FT                 4 AM TUE     0.80
CLIFTON FLAT - 6384 FT                   9 AM WED     0.79
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                10 AM WED     0.74
WHITE SAGE - 4363 FT                    10 AM WED     0.74
CAMEL BACK MTN - 5077 FT                10 AM WED     0.65
DITTO - 4345 FT                         10 AM WED     0.63
CALLAO - 4530 FT                         9 AM WED     0.56
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        9 AM WED     0.56
UTAH TEST RANGE - 4440 FT                5 PM TUE     0.56
PLAYA STATION - 4280 FT                 10 AM WED     0.55
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                  10 AM WED     0.47
NW DECON PAD - 4380 FT                  10 AM WED     0.47
LOWER CEDAR MTN - 4495 FT               10 AM WED     0.46
TARGET S - 4349 FT                      10 AM WED     0.41
SNOWVILLE (SOUTH) - 4812 FT             10 AM WED     0.39
ROMEO & CENTERLINE - 4308 FT            10 AM WED     0.37
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT               10 AM WED     0.36
INTERSTATE 80 - 4125 FT                 10 AM WED     0.35
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT               10 AM WED     0.31
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT              10 AM WED     0.30
VERNON CREEK NEAR VERNON 8SE - 6226 FT   9 AM WED     0.30
CALLAO GATE - 4250 FT                   10 AM WED     0.26
DURAND ROAD - 4538 FT                   10 AM WED     0.20
WEST SALT FLATS - 4237 FT                9 AM WED     0.17
TARGET R - 4311 FT                       9 AM WED     0.13
SALT FLATS - 4265 FT                     9 AM WED     0.11
SNOWVILLE - 4560 FT                      9 AM WED     0.11
WEST OF WILDCAT MTN - 4259 FT           10 AM WED     0.09
CAUSEWAY - 4246 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
SWANSONS ENV CENTER - 5700 FT           10 AM WED     1.10
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        9 AM WED     0.79
MORGAN - 5059 FT                         9 AM WED     0.73
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT        9 AM WED     0.58
EDEN - 5337 FT                           5 PM TUE     0.57
MORGAN - 5092 FT                         7 AM TUE     0.53
LIBERTY                                  9 PM MON     0.45
WANSHIP DAM - 5940 FT                    5 PM TUE     0.43
MORGAN UDOT - 5105 FT                    9 AM WED     0.41
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                     9 AM WED     0.41
COALVILLE - 5673 FT                      9 AM WED     0.40
HEBER CITY - 5768 FT                     9 AM TUE     0.08

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
GARDEN CITY - 7615 FT                    9 AM WED     2.01
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    9 AM WED     1.36
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       9 AM WED     1.22
LAKETOWN - 5980 FT                       5 PM TUE     1.14
LAKETOWN UDOT - 5991 FT                  9 AM WED     1.05
GARDEN CITY - 5959 FT                    9 AM WED     0.98
MANTUA - 5899 FT                         9 AM WED     0.92
BLACKSMITH FORK - 5020 FT                9 AM WED     0.90
LOST CREEK NR CROYDEN - 5840 FT          9 AM WED     0.82
LAKETOWN - 5959 FT                      10 AM WED     0.81
RANDOLPH - 6270 FT                       5 AM WED     0.67
EMIGRATION CANYON - 6024 FT              9 AM WED     0.66
HARDWARE RANCH - 5564 FT                10 AM WED     0.63
RANDOLPH UDOT - 6329 FT                  9 AM WED     0.56
RANDOLPH - 6264 FT                      10 AM WED     0.25
SUMMIT PARK - 6808 FT                    9 AM WED     0.05

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
SUNDANCE - 7503 FT                      10 AM WED     0.69
ALTA - BASE - 8560 FT                    6 AM WED     0.45
ALTA - COLLINS - 9662 FT                 6 AM WED     0.43
SILVER LAKE BRIGHTON - 8740 FT           5 AM WED     0.37
DEER VALLEY - ONTARIO - 9100 FT          6 AM WED     0.19
FOUNTAIN GREEN 4ENE - 7166 FT            9 AM WED     0.18

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
YELLOWSTONE DRAINAGE - 7800 FT           9 AM WED     1.18
MOON LAKE - 8150 FT                      9 AM WED     1.02
YELLOWSTONE RIVER NR ALTONAH - 7506 FT   9 AM WED     0.94
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           9 AM WED     0.43
BEAR RIVER - 8536 FT                     9 AM WED     0.40
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         9 AM WED     0.39
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       9 AM WED     0.35
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        9 AM WED     0.34
WEBER RIVER NR OAKLEY 7NNE - 6653 FT     9 AM WED     0.27
OAKLEY - 7800 FT                         9 AM WED     0.23
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      9 AM WED     0.19
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 9 AM WED     0.17
HEBER CITY 10 ESE - 8305 FT              8 AM WED     0.17

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
BAER #10 RED BULL - 8360 FT              9 AM WED     1.18
MANTI - PORTABLE #1 - 6085 FT            9 AM WED     0.33
HORSE RIDGE - 8480 FT                    9 AM WED     0.29
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                    9 AM WED     0.23
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      9 AM WED     0.15
HELPER CARBON PLANT - 6100 FT            5 AM WED     0.14
BRUIN POINT - 10200 FT                   4 AM TUE     0.01

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
ALTAMONT - 6370 FT                       5 AM WED     0.56
DUCHESNE - 5520 FT                       5 PM MON     0.35
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      9 AM WED     0.30
ROOSEVELT - 5167 FT                      8 AM WED     0.29
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT            9 AM WED     0.27
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      4 AM TUE     0.23

...CASTLE COUNTRY...
CARBON COUNTY AIRPORT - 5922 FT         10 AM WED     0.16
WELLINGTON 3 E - 5400 FT                 5 PM TUE     0.10
FERRON - 5930 FT                         5 AM WED     0.09

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
HANS FLAT RS - 6600 FT                   5 AM WED     0.02
GREEN RIVER - 4073 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.01
SAN RAFAEL NR GREEN RIVER - 4200 FT      5 AM TUE     0.01

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
MOUNT PLEASANT - 5924 FT                 9 AM WED     0.18
SPRING CITY - 5835 FT                    9 AM WED     0.14
SEVIER RESERVOIR - 5369 FT               9 AM WED     0.13
MONROE - 5322 FT                         6 PM MON     0.01

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
TULE VALLEY - 5135 FT                    9 AM WED     0.62
MUD SPRING - 5902 FT                     9 AM WED     0.46
DELTA - 4635 FT                          9 AM WED     0.28
OAK CITY - 5135 FT                       7 AM WED     0.23
OAK CITY - 5138 FT                       9 AM WED     0.22
SIXMILE RIDGE - 5075 FT                  7 AM WED     0.16
FISH SPRINGS REFUGE - 4335 FT            5 AM WED     0.14
FISH SPRINGS - 4282 FT                  10 AM WED     0.12
OAK CITY - 5138 FT                       7 AM WED     0.12
DELTA MUNI AIRPORT - 4750 FT             9 AM WED     0.08
FILLMORE PORT #2 - 5691 FT               6 PM MON     0.04
FILLMORE - 5120 FT                       5 PM MON     0.02

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT     10 AM WED     0.49
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        9 AM WED     0.22
PAROWAN 10NW - 5820 FT                  10 AM WED     0.09
CEDAR CITY AIRPORT - 5627 FT            10 AM WED     0.05
NEW HARMONY - 5625 FT                    5 AM WED     0.05
CEDAR CITY 6 NNW - 5462 FT              11 AM TUE     0.03
ENTERPRISE - 5384 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.03
ENTERPRISE - 5340 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.03
CEDAR CITY                               7 PM MON     0.02
CEDAR CITY - 5895 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.01

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ST GEORGE - 2770 FT                      5 AM WED     0.24
ST GEORGE - 2612 FT                      9 AM WED     0.20
LA VERKIN - 3234 FT                      7 AM TUE     0.15
ST. GEORGE - 2690 FT                     9 AM WED     0.14
HURRICANE - 3239 FT                      8 AM TUE     0.13
ST GEORGE 4 NNW - 2849 FT                8 AM TUE     0.13
WASHINGTON - 2615 FT                     9 AM WED     0.10
SPRINGDALE - 3842 FT                     8 AM TUE     0.10
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    9 AM WED     0.09
ZION NATIONAL PARK - 5741 FT             9 AM WED     0.06
WHITE REEF - 3440 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.04
ST. GEORGE - 2861 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.01
FT PIERCE WASH NR ST. GEORGE - 2810 FT   5 AM TUE     0.01

...SOUTH CENTRAL UTAH...
KANAB - 4940 FT                          5 PM TUE     0.55
ESCALANTE - 5810 FT                      5 PM MON     0.10
KODACHROME BASIN PARK - 5810 FT          5 PM MON     0.05
APPLE VALLEY - 4757 FT                   8 AM WED     0.04
TELEGRAPH FLAT - 5460 FT                 4 AM TUE     0.02

...GLEN CANYON RECREATION AREA/LAKE POWELL...
BULLFROG BASIN - 3822 FT                 5 AM WED     0.02
BULLFROG MARINA - 3700 FT                5 AM TUE     0.02

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
10 ESE OAK CITY - 7268 FT                9 AM WED     0.19
MUDDY CREEK NR EMERY - 6440 FT           9 AM WED     0.17
FILLMORE PORT #1 - 6229 FT               9 AM WED     0.10
GRASSY LAKE NR EPHRAIM - 8880 FT         9 AM WED     0.07
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          9 AM WED     0.05
BLACK CEDAR - 6480 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.01
HORSE HOLLOW - 6010 FT                   4 AM TUE     0.01
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    7 PM MON     0.01

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              9 AM WED     0.65
TOM BEST SPRING - 7718 FT                9 AM WED     0.33
AGUA CANYON - 8890 FT                    9 AM WED     0.24
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      9 AM WED     0.21
BRYCE CANYON - 7855 FT                   9 AM WED     0.19
POWERHOUSE NR VEYO - 4600 FT             9 AM WED     0.18
BUCK FLAT - 8000 FT                      9 AM WED     0.17
BRYCE CANYON AIRPORT - 7585 FT          10 AM WED     0.13
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                     10 AM WED     0.12
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      9 AM WED     0.11
BOULDER - 7171 FT                        7 AM WED     0.11
CIRCLEVILLE - 6079 FT                    6 AM WED     0.11
BADGER SPRING - 3990 FT                  9 AM WED     0.10
LAVA POINT RAWS - 7890 FT                9 AM WED     0.10
LARB HOLLOW - 8490 FT                    9 AM WED     0.10
WILLOW GULCH - 6840 FT                   6 PM TUE     0.10
GARDNER PEAK - 8350 FT                   6 PM TUE     0.10
ASSAY - 8100 FT                          9 AM WED     0.09
PANGUITCH - 6630 FT                      5 AM WED     0.09
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 9 AM WED     0.08
COAL CREEK NEAR CEDAR CITY 3E - 6017 FT  5 AM TUE     0.04
LOA - 7070 FT                            5 AM WED     0.03
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              7 PM MON     0.03
LOA - 7096 FT                            5 AM TUE     0.02

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT        10 AM WED     0.64
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    9 AM WED     0.25
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT       9 AM WED     0.25



000
NOUS45 KSLC 201637
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
1035 AM MDT WED MAY 20 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

ADDITIONAL RAINFALL OVERNIGHT DELIVERED 2-DAY TOTALS OF 1 TO 2
INCHES IN A MANY LOCALES. BELOW ARE PRECIPITATION TOTALS FOR THE
PAST 48 HOURS AS OF 10 AM.

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
LOGAN RIVER ABV STATE DAM - 4805 FT      9 AM WED     0.93
PROVIDENCE - 4528 FT                     8 AM WED     0.92
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     9 AM WED     0.86
LOGAN - 4465 FT                          9 AM WED     0.81
LOGAN GOLF - 4808 FT                    10 AM WED     0.78
HYDE PARK - 4515 FT                      9 AM WED     0.78
NORTH LOGAN - 4749 FT                    8 AM WED     0.76
HYDE PARK - 4513 FT                      8 AM WED     0.75
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT         10 AM WED     0.74
LOGAN - 4806 FT                          9 AM WED     0.74
LBW PARADISE - 4859 FT                  10 AM WED     0.67
RICHMOND - 4576 FT                       6 AM WED     0.66
BENSON - 4428 FT                         8 AM TUE     0.65
LOGAN DRAINAGE FARM - 4435 FT           10 AM WED     0.61
PROVIDENCE - EVANS FARM - 4535 FT       10 AM WED     0.58
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                  9 AM WED     0.55
LBW EXPFARM - 4498 FT                   10 AM WED     0.54
LEWISTON - 4514 FT                      10 AM WED     0.47
LBW SOUTHFORK - 5095 FT                 10 AM WED     0.46
LOGAN RADIO - 4470 FT                    5 AM WED     0.42

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                9 AM WED     2.06
BRIGHAM CITY - 4400 FT                   9 AM WED     1.92
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                9 AM WED     1.87
BRIGHAM CITY - 4230 FT                   5 PM TUE     1.40
GARLAND 1 SE - 4328 FT                   6 AM WED     1.27
BOUNTIFUL - 4760 FT                      9 AM WED     1.20
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                 9 AM WED     1.05
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                      9 AM WED     1.01
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                   9 AM WED     1.01
THATCHER - 4292 FT                       6 AM WED     0.97
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                       9 AM WED     0.93
TREMONTON - 4331 FT                     10 AM WED     0.90
BRIGHAM CITY - 4364 FT                   6 AM TUE     0.88
NORTH OGDEN                              6 AM TUE     0.86
NORTH OGDEN - 4392 FT                    7 AM WED     0.84
OGDEN - 4285 FT                          9 AM WED     0.79
THATCHER - 4414 FT                       7 AM TUE     0.77
PERRY - 4491 FT                          6 AM WED     0.75
NORTHEAST OGDEN BENCH - 4560 FT          7 AM TUE     0.75
SOUTH OGDEN - 4880 FT                    7 AM WED     0.73
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    9 AM WED     0.70
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT               9 AM WED     0.68
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                    9 AM WED     0.62
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     9 AM WED     0.60
LAYTON - 4770 FT                         9 AM WED     0.58
FARMINGTON - 4239 FT                     7 AM WED     0.58
SOUTH OGDEN - 4777 FT                    9 AM WED     0.55
FARMINGTON - 4226 FT                     9 AM WED     0.53
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    9 AM WED     0.49
CENTERVILLE - 4216 FT                    9 AM WED     0.49
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4802 FT                  7 AM WED     0.49
WEST BOUNTIFUL - 4231 FT                 9 AM TUE     0.49
SOUTH WEBER - 4518 FT                    7 AM TUE     0.48
CORINNE - 4238 FT                       10 AM WED     0.45
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4590 FT                  9 AM WED     0.44
LAYTON - 4468 FT                         9 AM WED     0.43
WEST WEBER - 4248 FT                     7 AM TUE     0.42
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT           10 AM WED     0.41
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                      9 AM WED     0.39
WEST HAVEN - 4239 FT                     7 AM WED     0.39
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT      10 AM WED     0.37
ROY - 4457 FT                            9 AM TUE     0.35
CLINTON - 4337 FT                        9 AM WED     0.33
WEST POINT - 4350 FT                     9 AM WED     0.29
ROY - 4373 FT                            9 AM WED     0.26
BOUNTIFUL - 5085 FT                      8 AM WED     0.25
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                       9 AM WED     0.20
BOTHWELL - 4343 FT                       7 AM WED     0.20
CLEARFIELD UDOT - 4685 FT                9 AM WED     0.19
EAGLE LAKE - 4377 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.03

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
MAGNA - 4375 FT                          7 AM WED     1.15
SANDY - 4852 FT                          7 AM WED     0.87
TOOELE 2 - 4318 FT                      10 AM WED     0.75
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS - 5138 FT             7 AM WED     0.68
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4317 FT               8 AM WED     0.64
DRAPER - 5052 FT                         9 AM WED     0.62
SANDY - 4714 FT                          7 AM WED     0.58
HOLLADAY - 4540 FT                       7 AM WED     0.57
HOLLADAY - 4344 FT                       9 AM WED     0.56
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS - 5230 FT             7 AM WED     0.56
SANDY - 5161 FT                          9 AM WED     0.55
SANDY - 4637 FT                          7 AM WED     0.55
STOCKTON - 5087 FT                       7 AM WED     0.55
WEST JORDAN - 4722 FT                    9 AM TUE     0.52
HOLLADAY - 4516 FT                       9 AM WED     0.51
STANSBURY PARK - 4300 FT                 9 PM MON     0.51
HOLLADAY - 4456 FT                       9 AM TUE     0.50
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT        10 AM WED     0.48
SANDY - 4712 FT                          9 AM WED     0.46
SALT LAKE CITY - 4303 FT                 7 AM TUE     0.45
NORTH HOLLADAY - 4600 FT                 9 AM WED     0.44
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         9 AM WED     0.44
MURRAY - 4290 FT                        10 AM WED     0.43
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4281 FT               9 AM WED     0.43
RIVERTON - 4480 FT                       9 AM WED     0.42
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                 9 AM WED     0.42
UPPER MILLCREEK - 5050 FT                9 PM TUE     0.42
SOUTH SALT LAKE - 4340 FT                7 AM TUE     0.41
ROCKY - 5970 FT                          9 AM WED     0.40
SALT LAKE CITY - 4590 FT                 7 AM WED     0.39
RIVERTON - 4534 FT                       6 AM WED     0.39
SALT LAKE CITY - 4568 FT                 7 AM TUE     0.39
TOOELE - 5070 FT                         5 PM MON     0.39
SALT LAKE CITY - 4753 FT                 9 AM WED     0.38
VERNON - 5639 FT                         9 AM WED     0.38
TAYLORSVILLE-BENNION - 4594 FT           7 AM WED     0.38
SALT LAKE CITY 4.5 SE - 4655 FT          7 AM TUE     0.38
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                   9 AM WED     0.37
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            9 AM WED     0.37
KEARNS - 4613 FT                         9 AM WED     0.37
TAYLORSVILLE - 4514 FT                   9 AM WED     0.36
SALT LAKE CITY - 5102 FT                 9 AM WED     0.36
TRANS-JORDAN LANDFILL - 5201 FT         10 AM WED     0.35
TAYLORSVILLE - 4593 FT                   9 AM WED     0.35
SOUTH JORDAN - 4551 FT                   9 AM WED     0.34
SALT LAKE CITY - 5305 FT                 9 AM WED     0.34
RIVERTON - 4429 FT                       9 AM WED     0.33
HERRIMAN - 5062 FT                       9 AM WED     0.33
DRAPER - 4418 FT                         9 AM WED     0.33
GRANTSVILLE 2 W - 4480 FT                5 AM WED     0.32
SOUTH SALT LAKE - 4272 FT                6 PM MON     0.29
SALT LAKE TRIAD CENTER - 4280 FT         5 PM MON     0.19

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
LEHI - 4800 FT                           7 AM WED     0.65
SARATOGA SPRINGS 1W - 7544 FT            9 AM WED     0.57
AMERICAN FORK - 4661 FT                  7 AM WED     0.50
TICKVILLE - 5191 FT                      9 AM WED     0.43
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4655 FT               9 AM WED     0.38
SPANISH FORK - 4580 FT                   7 AM WED     0.37
AMERICAN FORK - 4623 FT                  7 AM TUE     0.37
PLEASANT GROVE - 5200 FT                 9 AM WED     0.33
LEHI - 4593 FT                           9 AM WED     0.31
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT         10 AM WED     0.27
OREM - 4728 FT                           9 AM WED     0.26
PROVO BYU - 4570 FT                      5 PM TUE     0.26
SPANISH FORK - 4738 FT                   9 AM WED     0.24
PROVO - 4641 FT                          9 AM WED     0.23
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4787 FT               9 AM WED     0.21
NEPHI - 5002 FT                         10 AM WED     0.20
SPANISH FORK - 4734 FT                   9 AM WED     0.19
SPANISH FORK - 4721 FT                  10 AM WED     0.14
PROVO MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 4498 FT       10 AM WED     0.12
LEVAN - 5290 FT                          5 PM TUE     0.08
SPANISH FORK POWER HOUSE - 4720 FT       5 PM MON     0.04
ALPINE - 5070 FT                         5 PM MON     0.04
PAYSON - 4652 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.02

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
BOTHWELL - 4790 FT                       7 AM WED     1.11
BAKER LAB - 4294 FT                     10 AM WED     1.03
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                    9 AM WED     1.03
ENGLISH VILLAGE - 4788 FT               10 AM WED     0.87
BLUE CREEK - 5170 FT                    10 AM WED     0.87
ARAGONITE - 5030 FT                      9 AM WED     0.85
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT             10 AM WED     0.82
TOWER GRID - 4346 FT                     9 AM WED     0.82
CEDAR MOUNTAIN - 4650 FT                 4 AM TUE     0.80
CLIFTON FLAT - 6384 FT                   9 AM WED     0.79
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                10 AM WED     0.74
WHITE SAGE - 4363 FT                    10 AM WED     0.74
CAMEL BACK MTN - 5077 FT                10 AM WED     0.65
DITTO - 4345 FT                         10 AM WED     0.63
CALLAO - 4530 FT                         9 AM WED     0.56
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        9 AM WED     0.56
UTAH TEST RANGE - 4440 FT                5 PM TUE     0.56
PLAYA STATION - 4280 FT                 10 AM WED     0.55
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                  10 AM WED     0.47
NW DECON PAD - 4380 FT                  10 AM WED     0.47
LOWER CEDAR MTN - 4495 FT               10 AM WED     0.46
TARGET S - 4349 FT                      10 AM WED     0.41
SNOWVILLE (SOUTH) - 4812 FT             10 AM WED     0.39
ROMEO & CENTERLINE - 4308 FT            10 AM WED     0.37
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT               10 AM WED     0.36
INTERSTATE 80 - 4125 FT                 10 AM WED     0.35
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT               10 AM WED     0.31
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT              10 AM WED     0.30
VERNON CREEK NEAR VERNON 8SE - 6226 FT   9 AM WED     0.30
CALLAO GATE - 4250 FT                   10 AM WED     0.26
DURAND ROAD - 4538 FT                   10 AM WED     0.20
WEST SALT FLATS - 4237 FT                9 AM WED     0.17
TARGET R - 4311 FT                       9 AM WED     0.13
SALT FLATS - 4265 FT                     9 AM WED     0.11
SNOWVILLE - 4560 FT                      9 AM WED     0.11
WEST OF WILDCAT MTN - 4259 FT           10 AM WED     0.09
CAUSEWAY - 4246 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
SWANSONS ENV CENTER - 5700 FT           10 AM WED     1.10
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        9 AM WED     0.79
MORGAN - 5059 FT                         9 AM WED     0.73
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT        9 AM WED     0.58
EDEN - 5337 FT                           5 PM TUE     0.57
MORGAN - 5092 FT                         7 AM TUE     0.53
LIBERTY                                  9 PM MON     0.45
WANSHIP DAM - 5940 FT                    5 PM TUE     0.43
MORGAN UDOT - 5105 FT                    9 AM WED     0.41
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                     9 AM WED     0.41
COALVILLE - 5673 FT                      9 AM WED     0.40
HEBER CITY - 5768 FT                     9 AM TUE     0.08

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
GARDEN CITY - 7615 FT                    9 AM WED     2.01
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    9 AM WED     1.36
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       9 AM WED     1.22
LAKETOWN - 5980 FT                       5 PM TUE     1.14
LAKETOWN UDOT - 5991 FT                  9 AM WED     1.05
GARDEN CITY - 5959 FT                    9 AM WED     0.98
MANTUA - 5899 FT                         9 AM WED     0.92
BLACKSMITH FORK - 5020 FT                9 AM WED     0.90
LOST CREEK NR CROYDEN - 5840 FT          9 AM WED     0.82
LAKETOWN - 5959 FT                      10 AM WED     0.81
RANDOLPH - 6270 FT                       5 AM WED     0.67
EMIGRATION CANYON - 6024 FT              9 AM WED     0.66
HARDWARE RANCH - 5564 FT                10 AM WED     0.63
RANDOLPH UDOT - 6329 FT                  9 AM WED     0.56
RANDOLPH - 6264 FT                      10 AM WED     0.25
SUMMIT PARK - 6808 FT                    9 AM WED     0.05

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
SUNDANCE - 7503 FT                      10 AM WED     0.69
ALTA - BASE - 8560 FT                    6 AM WED     0.45
ALTA - COLLINS - 9662 FT                 6 AM WED     0.43
SILVER LAKE BRIGHTON - 8740 FT           5 AM WED     0.37
DEER VALLEY - ONTARIO - 9100 FT          6 AM WED     0.19
FOUNTAIN GREEN 4ENE - 7166 FT            9 AM WED     0.18

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
YELLOWSTONE DRAINAGE - 7800 FT           9 AM WED     1.18
MOON LAKE - 8150 FT                      9 AM WED     1.02
YELLOWSTONE RIVER NR ALTONAH - 7506 FT   9 AM WED     0.94
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           9 AM WED     0.43
BEAR RIVER - 8536 FT                     9 AM WED     0.40
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         9 AM WED     0.39
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       9 AM WED     0.35
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        9 AM WED     0.34
WEBER RIVER NR OAKLEY 7NNE - 6653 FT     9 AM WED     0.27
OAKLEY - 7800 FT                         9 AM WED     0.23
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      9 AM WED     0.19
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 9 AM WED     0.17
HEBER CITY 10 ESE - 8305 FT              8 AM WED     0.17

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
BAER #10 RED BULL - 8360 FT              9 AM WED     1.18
MANTI - PORTABLE #1 - 6085 FT            9 AM WED     0.33
HORSE RIDGE - 8480 FT                    9 AM WED     0.29
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                    9 AM WED     0.23
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      9 AM WED     0.15
HELPER CARBON PLANT - 6100 FT            5 AM WED     0.14
BRUIN POINT - 10200 FT                   4 AM TUE     0.01

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
ALTAMONT - 6370 FT                       5 AM WED     0.56
DUCHESNE - 5520 FT                       5 PM MON     0.35
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      9 AM WED     0.30
ROOSEVELT - 5167 FT                      8 AM WED     0.29
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT            9 AM WED     0.27
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      4 AM TUE     0.23

...CASTLE COUNTRY...
CARBON COUNTY AIRPORT - 5922 FT         10 AM WED     0.16
WELLINGTON 3 E - 5400 FT                 5 PM TUE     0.10
FERRON - 5930 FT                         5 AM WED     0.09

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
HANS FLAT RS - 6600 FT                   5 AM WED     0.02
GREEN RIVER - 4073 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.01
SAN RAFAEL NR GREEN RIVER - 4200 FT      5 AM TUE     0.01

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
MOUNT PLEASANT - 5924 FT                 9 AM WED     0.18
SPRING CITY - 5835 FT                    9 AM WED     0.14
SEVIER RESERVOIR - 5369 FT               9 AM WED     0.13
MONROE - 5322 FT                         6 PM MON     0.01

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
TULE VALLEY - 5135 FT                    9 AM WED     0.62
MUD SPRING - 5902 FT                     9 AM WED     0.46
DELTA - 4635 FT                          9 AM WED     0.28
OAK CITY - 5135 FT                       7 AM WED     0.23
OAK CITY - 5138 FT                       9 AM WED     0.22
SIXMILE RIDGE - 5075 FT                  7 AM WED     0.16
FISH SPRINGS REFUGE - 4335 FT            5 AM WED     0.14
FISH SPRINGS - 4282 FT                  10 AM WED     0.12
OAK CITY - 5138 FT                       7 AM WED     0.12
DELTA MUNI AIRPORT - 4750 FT             9 AM WED     0.08
FILLMORE PORT #2 - 5691 FT               6 PM MON     0.04
FILLMORE - 5120 FT                       5 PM MON     0.02

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT     10 AM WED     0.49
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        9 AM WED     0.22
PAROWAN 10NW - 5820 FT                  10 AM WED     0.09
CEDAR CITY AIRPORT - 5627 FT            10 AM WED     0.05
NEW HARMONY - 5625 FT                    5 AM WED     0.05
CEDAR CITY 6 NNW - 5462 FT              11 AM TUE     0.03
ENTERPRISE - 5384 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.03
ENTERPRISE - 5340 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.03
CEDAR CITY                               7 PM MON     0.02
CEDAR CITY - 5895 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.01

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ST GEORGE - 2770 FT                      5 AM WED     0.24
ST GEORGE - 2612 FT                      9 AM WED     0.20
LA VERKIN - 3234 FT                      7 AM TUE     0.15
ST. GEORGE - 2690 FT                     9 AM WED     0.14
HURRICANE - 3239 FT                      8 AM TUE     0.13
ST GEORGE 4 NNW - 2849 FT                8 AM TUE     0.13
WASHINGTON - 2615 FT                     9 AM WED     0.10
SPRINGDALE - 3842 FT                     8 AM TUE     0.10
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    9 AM WED     0.09
ZION NATIONAL PARK - 5741 FT             9 AM WED     0.06
WHITE REEF - 3440 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.04
ST. GEORGE - 2861 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.01
FT PIERCE WASH NR ST. GEORGE - 2810 FT   5 AM TUE     0.01

...SOUTH CENTRAL UTAH...
KANAB - 4940 FT                          5 PM TUE     0.55
ESCALANTE - 5810 FT                      5 PM MON     0.10
KODACHROME BASIN PARK - 5810 FT          5 PM MON     0.05
APPLE VALLEY - 4757 FT                   8 AM WED     0.04
TELEGRAPH FLAT - 5460 FT                 4 AM TUE     0.02

...GLEN CANYON RECREATION AREA/LAKE POWELL...
BULLFROG BASIN - 3822 FT                 5 AM WED     0.02
BULLFROG MARINA - 3700 FT                5 AM TUE     0.02

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
10 ESE OAK CITY - 7268 FT                9 AM WED     0.19
MUDDY CREEK NR EMERY - 6440 FT           9 AM WED     0.17
FILLMORE PORT #1 - 6229 FT               9 AM WED     0.10
GRASSY LAKE NR EPHRAIM - 8880 FT         9 AM WED     0.07
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          9 AM WED     0.05
BLACK CEDAR - 6480 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.01
HORSE HOLLOW - 6010 FT                   4 AM TUE     0.01
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    7 PM MON     0.01

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              9 AM WED     0.65
TOM BEST SPRING - 7718 FT                9 AM WED     0.33
AGUA CANYON - 8890 FT                    9 AM WED     0.24
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      9 AM WED     0.21
BRYCE CANYON - 7855 FT                   9 AM WED     0.19
POWERHOUSE NR VEYO - 4600 FT             9 AM WED     0.18
BUCK FLAT - 8000 FT                      9 AM WED     0.17
BRYCE CANYON AIRPORT - 7585 FT          10 AM WED     0.13
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                     10 AM WED     0.12
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      9 AM WED     0.11
BOULDER - 7171 FT                        7 AM WED     0.11
CIRCLEVILLE - 6079 FT                    6 AM WED     0.11
BADGER SPRING - 3990 FT                  9 AM WED     0.10
LAVA POINT RAWS - 7890 FT                9 AM WED     0.10
LARB HOLLOW - 8490 FT                    9 AM WED     0.10
WILLOW GULCH - 6840 FT                   6 PM TUE     0.10
GARDNER PEAK - 8350 FT                   6 PM TUE     0.10
ASSAY - 8100 FT                          9 AM WED     0.09
PANGUITCH - 6630 FT                      5 AM WED     0.09
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 9 AM WED     0.08
COAL CREEK NEAR CEDAR CITY 3E - 6017 FT  5 AM TUE     0.04
LOA - 7070 FT                            5 AM WED     0.03
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              7 PM MON     0.03
LOA - 7096 FT                            5 AM TUE     0.02

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT        10 AM WED     0.64
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    9 AM WED     0.25
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT       9 AM WED     0.25



000
NOUS45 KSLC 201637
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
1035 AM MDT WED MAY 20 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

ADDITIONAL RAINFALL OVERNIGHT DELIVERED 2-DAY TOTALS OF 1 TO 2
INCHES IN A MANY LOCALES. BELOW ARE PRECIPITATION TOTALS FOR THE
PAST 48 HOURS AS OF 10 AM.

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
LOGAN RIVER ABV STATE DAM - 4805 FT      9 AM WED     0.93
PROVIDENCE - 4528 FT                     8 AM WED     0.92
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     9 AM WED     0.86
LOGAN - 4465 FT                          9 AM WED     0.81
LOGAN GOLF - 4808 FT                    10 AM WED     0.78
HYDE PARK - 4515 FT                      9 AM WED     0.78
NORTH LOGAN - 4749 FT                    8 AM WED     0.76
HYDE PARK - 4513 FT                      8 AM WED     0.75
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT         10 AM WED     0.74
LOGAN - 4806 FT                          9 AM WED     0.74
LBW PARADISE - 4859 FT                  10 AM WED     0.67
RICHMOND - 4576 FT                       6 AM WED     0.66
BENSON - 4428 FT                         8 AM TUE     0.65
LOGAN DRAINAGE FARM - 4435 FT           10 AM WED     0.61
PROVIDENCE - EVANS FARM - 4535 FT       10 AM WED     0.58
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                  9 AM WED     0.55
LBW EXPFARM - 4498 FT                   10 AM WED     0.54
LEWISTON - 4514 FT                      10 AM WED     0.47
LBW SOUTHFORK - 5095 FT                 10 AM WED     0.46
LOGAN RADIO - 4470 FT                    5 AM WED     0.42

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                9 AM WED     2.06
BRIGHAM CITY - 4400 FT                   9 AM WED     1.92
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                9 AM WED     1.87
BRIGHAM CITY - 4230 FT                   5 PM TUE     1.40
GARLAND 1 SE - 4328 FT                   6 AM WED     1.27
BOUNTIFUL - 4760 FT                      9 AM WED     1.20
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                 9 AM WED     1.05
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                      9 AM WED     1.01
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                   9 AM WED     1.01
THATCHER - 4292 FT                       6 AM WED     0.97
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                       9 AM WED     0.93
TREMONTON - 4331 FT                     10 AM WED     0.90
BRIGHAM CITY - 4364 FT                   6 AM TUE     0.88
NORTH OGDEN                              6 AM TUE     0.86
NORTH OGDEN - 4392 FT                    7 AM WED     0.84
OGDEN - 4285 FT                          9 AM WED     0.79
THATCHER - 4414 FT                       7 AM TUE     0.77
PERRY - 4491 FT                          6 AM WED     0.75
NORTHEAST OGDEN BENCH - 4560 FT          7 AM TUE     0.75
SOUTH OGDEN - 4880 FT                    7 AM WED     0.73
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    9 AM WED     0.70
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT               9 AM WED     0.68
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                    9 AM WED     0.62
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     9 AM WED     0.60
LAYTON - 4770 FT                         9 AM WED     0.58
FARMINGTON - 4239 FT                     7 AM WED     0.58
SOUTH OGDEN - 4777 FT                    9 AM WED     0.55
FARMINGTON - 4226 FT                     9 AM WED     0.53
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    9 AM WED     0.49
CENTERVILLE - 4216 FT                    9 AM WED     0.49
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4802 FT                  7 AM WED     0.49
WEST BOUNTIFUL - 4231 FT                 9 AM TUE     0.49
SOUTH WEBER - 4518 FT                    7 AM TUE     0.48
CORINNE - 4238 FT                       10 AM WED     0.45
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4590 FT                  9 AM WED     0.44
LAYTON - 4468 FT                         9 AM WED     0.43
WEST WEBER - 4248 FT                     7 AM TUE     0.42
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT           10 AM WED     0.41
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                      9 AM WED     0.39
WEST HAVEN - 4239 FT                     7 AM WED     0.39
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT      10 AM WED     0.37
ROY - 4457 FT                            9 AM TUE     0.35
CLINTON - 4337 FT                        9 AM WED     0.33
WEST POINT - 4350 FT                     9 AM WED     0.29
ROY - 4373 FT                            9 AM WED     0.26
BOUNTIFUL - 5085 FT                      8 AM WED     0.25
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                       9 AM WED     0.20
BOTHWELL - 4343 FT                       7 AM WED     0.20
CLEARFIELD UDOT - 4685 FT                9 AM WED     0.19
EAGLE LAKE - 4377 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.03

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
MAGNA - 4375 FT                          7 AM WED     1.15
SANDY - 4852 FT                          7 AM WED     0.87
TOOELE 2 - 4318 FT                      10 AM WED     0.75
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS - 5138 FT             7 AM WED     0.68
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4317 FT               8 AM WED     0.64
DRAPER - 5052 FT                         9 AM WED     0.62
SANDY - 4714 FT                          7 AM WED     0.58
HOLLADAY - 4540 FT                       7 AM WED     0.57
HOLLADAY - 4344 FT                       9 AM WED     0.56
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS - 5230 FT             7 AM WED     0.56
SANDY - 5161 FT                          9 AM WED     0.55
SANDY - 4637 FT                          7 AM WED     0.55
STOCKTON - 5087 FT                       7 AM WED     0.55
WEST JORDAN - 4722 FT                    9 AM TUE     0.52
HOLLADAY - 4516 FT                       9 AM WED     0.51
STANSBURY PARK - 4300 FT                 9 PM MON     0.51
HOLLADAY - 4456 FT                       9 AM TUE     0.50
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT        10 AM WED     0.48
SANDY - 4712 FT                          9 AM WED     0.46
SALT LAKE CITY - 4303 FT                 7 AM TUE     0.45
NORTH HOLLADAY - 4600 FT                 9 AM WED     0.44
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         9 AM WED     0.44
MURRAY - 4290 FT                        10 AM WED     0.43
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4281 FT               9 AM WED     0.43
RIVERTON - 4480 FT                       9 AM WED     0.42
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                 9 AM WED     0.42
UPPER MILLCREEK - 5050 FT                9 PM TUE     0.42
SOUTH SALT LAKE - 4340 FT                7 AM TUE     0.41
ROCKY - 5970 FT                          9 AM WED     0.40
SALT LAKE CITY - 4590 FT                 7 AM WED     0.39
RIVERTON - 4534 FT                       6 AM WED     0.39
SALT LAKE CITY - 4568 FT                 7 AM TUE     0.39
TOOELE - 5070 FT                         5 PM MON     0.39
SALT LAKE CITY - 4753 FT                 9 AM WED     0.38
VERNON - 5639 FT                         9 AM WED     0.38
TAYLORSVILLE-BENNION - 4594 FT           7 AM WED     0.38
SALT LAKE CITY 4.5 SE - 4655 FT          7 AM TUE     0.38
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                   9 AM WED     0.37
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            9 AM WED     0.37
KEARNS - 4613 FT                         9 AM WED     0.37
TAYLORSVILLE - 4514 FT                   9 AM WED     0.36
SALT LAKE CITY - 5102 FT                 9 AM WED     0.36
TRANS-JORDAN LANDFILL - 5201 FT         10 AM WED     0.35
TAYLORSVILLE - 4593 FT                   9 AM WED     0.35
SOUTH JORDAN - 4551 FT                   9 AM WED     0.34
SALT LAKE CITY - 5305 FT                 9 AM WED     0.34
RIVERTON - 4429 FT                       9 AM WED     0.33
HERRIMAN - 5062 FT                       9 AM WED     0.33
DRAPER - 4418 FT                         9 AM WED     0.33
GRANTSVILLE 2 W - 4480 FT                5 AM WED     0.32
SOUTH SALT LAKE - 4272 FT                6 PM MON     0.29
SALT LAKE TRIAD CENTER - 4280 FT         5 PM MON     0.19

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
LEHI - 4800 FT                           7 AM WED     0.65
SARATOGA SPRINGS 1W - 7544 FT            9 AM WED     0.57
AMERICAN FORK - 4661 FT                  7 AM WED     0.50
TICKVILLE - 5191 FT                      9 AM WED     0.43
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4655 FT               9 AM WED     0.38
SPANISH FORK - 4580 FT                   7 AM WED     0.37
AMERICAN FORK - 4623 FT                  7 AM TUE     0.37
PLEASANT GROVE - 5200 FT                 9 AM WED     0.33
LEHI - 4593 FT                           9 AM WED     0.31
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT         10 AM WED     0.27
OREM - 4728 FT                           9 AM WED     0.26
PROVO BYU - 4570 FT                      5 PM TUE     0.26
SPANISH FORK - 4738 FT                   9 AM WED     0.24
PROVO - 4641 FT                          9 AM WED     0.23
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4787 FT               9 AM WED     0.21
NEPHI - 5002 FT                         10 AM WED     0.20
SPANISH FORK - 4734 FT                   9 AM WED     0.19
SPANISH FORK - 4721 FT                  10 AM WED     0.14
PROVO MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 4498 FT       10 AM WED     0.12
LEVAN - 5290 FT                          5 PM TUE     0.08
SPANISH FORK POWER HOUSE - 4720 FT       5 PM MON     0.04
ALPINE - 5070 FT                         5 PM MON     0.04
PAYSON - 4652 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.02

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
BOTHWELL - 4790 FT                       7 AM WED     1.11
BAKER LAB - 4294 FT                     10 AM WED     1.03
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                    9 AM WED     1.03
ENGLISH VILLAGE - 4788 FT               10 AM WED     0.87
BLUE CREEK - 5170 FT                    10 AM WED     0.87
ARAGONITE - 5030 FT                      9 AM WED     0.85
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT             10 AM WED     0.82
TOWER GRID - 4346 FT                     9 AM WED     0.82
CEDAR MOUNTAIN - 4650 FT                 4 AM TUE     0.80
CLIFTON FLAT - 6384 FT                   9 AM WED     0.79
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                10 AM WED     0.74
WHITE SAGE - 4363 FT                    10 AM WED     0.74
CAMEL BACK MTN - 5077 FT                10 AM WED     0.65
DITTO - 4345 FT                         10 AM WED     0.63
CALLAO - 4530 FT                         9 AM WED     0.56
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        9 AM WED     0.56
UTAH TEST RANGE - 4440 FT                5 PM TUE     0.56
PLAYA STATION - 4280 FT                 10 AM WED     0.55
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                  10 AM WED     0.47
NW DECON PAD - 4380 FT                  10 AM WED     0.47
LOWER CEDAR MTN - 4495 FT               10 AM WED     0.46
TARGET S - 4349 FT                      10 AM WED     0.41
SNOWVILLE (SOUTH) - 4812 FT             10 AM WED     0.39
ROMEO & CENTERLINE - 4308 FT            10 AM WED     0.37
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT               10 AM WED     0.36
INTERSTATE 80 - 4125 FT                 10 AM WED     0.35
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT               10 AM WED     0.31
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT              10 AM WED     0.30
VERNON CREEK NEAR VERNON 8SE - 6226 FT   9 AM WED     0.30
CALLAO GATE - 4250 FT                   10 AM WED     0.26
DURAND ROAD - 4538 FT                   10 AM WED     0.20
WEST SALT FLATS - 4237 FT                9 AM WED     0.17
TARGET R - 4311 FT                       9 AM WED     0.13
SALT FLATS - 4265 FT                     9 AM WED     0.11
SNOWVILLE - 4560 FT                      9 AM WED     0.11
WEST OF WILDCAT MTN - 4259 FT           10 AM WED     0.09
CAUSEWAY - 4246 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
SWANSONS ENV CENTER - 5700 FT           10 AM WED     1.10
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        9 AM WED     0.79
MORGAN - 5059 FT                         9 AM WED     0.73
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT        9 AM WED     0.58
EDEN - 5337 FT                           5 PM TUE     0.57
MORGAN - 5092 FT                         7 AM TUE     0.53
LIBERTY                                  9 PM MON     0.45
WANSHIP DAM - 5940 FT                    5 PM TUE     0.43
MORGAN UDOT - 5105 FT                    9 AM WED     0.41
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                     9 AM WED     0.41
COALVILLE - 5673 FT                      9 AM WED     0.40
HEBER CITY - 5768 FT                     9 AM TUE     0.08

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
GARDEN CITY - 7615 FT                    9 AM WED     2.01
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    9 AM WED     1.36
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       9 AM WED     1.22
LAKETOWN - 5980 FT                       5 PM TUE     1.14
LAKETOWN UDOT - 5991 FT                  9 AM WED     1.05
GARDEN CITY - 5959 FT                    9 AM WED     0.98
MANTUA - 5899 FT                         9 AM WED     0.92
BLACKSMITH FORK - 5020 FT                9 AM WED     0.90
LOST CREEK NR CROYDEN - 5840 FT          9 AM WED     0.82
LAKETOWN - 5959 FT                      10 AM WED     0.81
RANDOLPH - 6270 FT                       5 AM WED     0.67
EMIGRATION CANYON - 6024 FT              9 AM WED     0.66
HARDWARE RANCH - 5564 FT                10 AM WED     0.63
RANDOLPH UDOT - 6329 FT                  9 AM WED     0.56
RANDOLPH - 6264 FT                      10 AM WED     0.25
SUMMIT PARK - 6808 FT                    9 AM WED     0.05

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
SUNDANCE - 7503 FT                      10 AM WED     0.69
ALTA - BASE - 8560 FT                    6 AM WED     0.45
ALTA - COLLINS - 9662 FT                 6 AM WED     0.43
SILVER LAKE BRIGHTON - 8740 FT           5 AM WED     0.37
DEER VALLEY - ONTARIO - 9100 FT          6 AM WED     0.19
FOUNTAIN GREEN 4ENE - 7166 FT            9 AM WED     0.18

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
YELLOWSTONE DRAINAGE - 7800 FT           9 AM WED     1.18
MOON LAKE - 8150 FT                      9 AM WED     1.02
YELLOWSTONE RIVER NR ALTONAH - 7506 FT   9 AM WED     0.94
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           9 AM WED     0.43
BEAR RIVER - 8536 FT                     9 AM WED     0.40
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         9 AM WED     0.39
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       9 AM WED     0.35
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        9 AM WED     0.34
WEBER RIVER NR OAKLEY 7NNE - 6653 FT     9 AM WED     0.27
OAKLEY - 7800 FT                         9 AM WED     0.23
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      9 AM WED     0.19
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 9 AM WED     0.17
HEBER CITY 10 ESE - 8305 FT              8 AM WED     0.17

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
BAER #10 RED BULL - 8360 FT              9 AM WED     1.18
MANTI - PORTABLE #1 - 6085 FT            9 AM WED     0.33
HORSE RIDGE - 8480 FT                    9 AM WED     0.29
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                    9 AM WED     0.23
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      9 AM WED     0.15
HELPER CARBON PLANT - 6100 FT            5 AM WED     0.14
BRUIN POINT - 10200 FT                   4 AM TUE     0.01

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
ALTAMONT - 6370 FT                       5 AM WED     0.56
DUCHESNE - 5520 FT                       5 PM MON     0.35
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      9 AM WED     0.30
ROOSEVELT - 5167 FT                      8 AM WED     0.29
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT            9 AM WED     0.27
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      4 AM TUE     0.23

...CASTLE COUNTRY...
CARBON COUNTY AIRPORT - 5922 FT         10 AM WED     0.16
WELLINGTON 3 E - 5400 FT                 5 PM TUE     0.10
FERRON - 5930 FT                         5 AM WED     0.09

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
HANS FLAT RS - 6600 FT                   5 AM WED     0.02
GREEN RIVER - 4073 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.01
SAN RAFAEL NR GREEN RIVER - 4200 FT      5 AM TUE     0.01

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
MOUNT PLEASANT - 5924 FT                 9 AM WED     0.18
SPRING CITY - 5835 FT                    9 AM WED     0.14
SEVIER RESERVOIR - 5369 FT               9 AM WED     0.13
MONROE - 5322 FT                         6 PM MON     0.01

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
TULE VALLEY - 5135 FT                    9 AM WED     0.62
MUD SPRING - 5902 FT                     9 AM WED     0.46
DELTA - 4635 FT                          9 AM WED     0.28
OAK CITY - 5135 FT                       7 AM WED     0.23
OAK CITY - 5138 FT                       9 AM WED     0.22
SIXMILE RIDGE - 5075 FT                  7 AM WED     0.16
FISH SPRINGS REFUGE - 4335 FT            5 AM WED     0.14
FISH SPRINGS - 4282 FT                  10 AM WED     0.12
OAK CITY - 5138 FT                       7 AM WED     0.12
DELTA MUNI AIRPORT - 4750 FT             9 AM WED     0.08
FILLMORE PORT #2 - 5691 FT               6 PM MON     0.04
FILLMORE - 5120 FT                       5 PM MON     0.02

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT     10 AM WED     0.49
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        9 AM WED     0.22
PAROWAN 10NW - 5820 FT                  10 AM WED     0.09
CEDAR CITY AIRPORT - 5627 FT            10 AM WED     0.05
NEW HARMONY - 5625 FT                    5 AM WED     0.05
CEDAR CITY 6 NNW - 5462 FT              11 AM TUE     0.03
ENTERPRISE - 5384 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.03
ENTERPRISE - 5340 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.03
CEDAR CITY                               7 PM MON     0.02
CEDAR CITY - 5895 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.01

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ST GEORGE - 2770 FT                      5 AM WED     0.24
ST GEORGE - 2612 FT                      9 AM WED     0.20
LA VERKIN - 3234 FT                      7 AM TUE     0.15
ST. GEORGE - 2690 FT                     9 AM WED     0.14
HURRICANE - 3239 FT                      8 AM TUE     0.13
ST GEORGE 4 NNW - 2849 FT                8 AM TUE     0.13
WASHINGTON - 2615 FT                     9 AM WED     0.10
SPRINGDALE - 3842 FT                     8 AM TUE     0.10
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    9 AM WED     0.09
ZION NATIONAL PARK - 5741 FT             9 AM WED     0.06
WHITE REEF - 3440 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.04
ST. GEORGE - 2861 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.01
FT PIERCE WASH NR ST. GEORGE - 2810 FT   5 AM TUE     0.01

...SOUTH CENTRAL UTAH...
KANAB - 4940 FT                          5 PM TUE     0.55
ESCALANTE - 5810 FT                      5 PM MON     0.10
KODACHROME BASIN PARK - 5810 FT          5 PM MON     0.05
APPLE VALLEY - 4757 FT                   8 AM WED     0.04
TELEGRAPH FLAT - 5460 FT                 4 AM TUE     0.02

...GLEN CANYON RECREATION AREA/LAKE POWELL...
BULLFROG BASIN - 3822 FT                 5 AM WED     0.02
BULLFROG MARINA - 3700 FT                5 AM TUE     0.02

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
10 ESE OAK CITY - 7268 FT                9 AM WED     0.19
MUDDY CREEK NR EMERY - 6440 FT           9 AM WED     0.17
FILLMORE PORT #1 - 6229 FT               9 AM WED     0.10
GRASSY LAKE NR EPHRAIM - 8880 FT         9 AM WED     0.07
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          9 AM WED     0.05
BLACK CEDAR - 6480 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.01
HORSE HOLLOW - 6010 FT                   4 AM TUE     0.01
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    7 PM MON     0.01

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              9 AM WED     0.65
TOM BEST SPRING - 7718 FT                9 AM WED     0.33
AGUA CANYON - 8890 FT                    9 AM WED     0.24
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      9 AM WED     0.21
BRYCE CANYON - 7855 FT                   9 AM WED     0.19
POWERHOUSE NR VEYO - 4600 FT             9 AM WED     0.18
BUCK FLAT - 8000 FT                      9 AM WED     0.17
BRYCE CANYON AIRPORT - 7585 FT          10 AM WED     0.13
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                     10 AM WED     0.12
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      9 AM WED     0.11
BOULDER - 7171 FT                        7 AM WED     0.11
CIRCLEVILLE - 6079 FT                    6 AM WED     0.11
BADGER SPRING - 3990 FT                  9 AM WED     0.10
LAVA POINT RAWS - 7890 FT                9 AM WED     0.10
LARB HOLLOW - 8490 FT                    9 AM WED     0.10
WILLOW GULCH - 6840 FT                   6 PM TUE     0.10
GARDNER PEAK - 8350 FT                   6 PM TUE     0.10
ASSAY - 8100 FT                          9 AM WED     0.09
PANGUITCH - 6630 FT                      5 AM WED     0.09
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 9 AM WED     0.08
COAL CREEK NEAR CEDAR CITY 3E - 6017 FT  5 AM TUE     0.04
LOA - 7070 FT                            5 AM WED     0.03
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              7 PM MON     0.03
LOA - 7096 FT                            5 AM TUE     0.02

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT        10 AM WED     0.64
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    9 AM WED     0.25
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT       9 AM WED     0.25



000
NOUS43 KLOT 201435
PNSLOT

SERVICE CHANGE NOTICE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHICAGO/ROMEOVILLE IL
930 AM CDT WED MAY 20 2015

TO:     FAMILY OF SERVICES/FOS/SUBSCRIBERS...NOAA WEATHER WIRE
        SERVICE/NWWS/SUBSCRIBERS...EMERGENCY MANAGERS WEATHER
        INFORMATION NETWORK/EMWIN/SUBSCRIBERS...NOAAPORT
        SUBSCRIBERS...OTHER NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CUSTOMERS
        AND PARTNERS...AND NWS EMPLOYEES.

FROM:   WILLIAM MORRIS
        SERVICE HYDROLOGIST
        NWS CHICAGO/ROMEOVILLE IL

SUBJECT: EXPANSION OF RIVER FORECAST SERVICES ON THE DU PAGE AND DES
PLAINES RIVERS IN NORTHEAST ILLINOIS.

EFFECTIVE JUNE 30 2015...RIVER FORECAST AND FLOOD WARNING SERVICES
WILL BE EXPANDED IN NORTHEAST ILLINOIS. THE FOLLOWING U.S.
GEOLOGICAL SURVEY(USGS) RIVER GAGE LOCATIONS WILL BECOME OFFICIAL
NWS RIVER FORECAST LOCATIONS:

DES PLAINES RIVER AT RIVER FOREST IL
DU PAGE RIVER NEAR PLAINFIELD IL

FLOOD STAGES FOR THESE LOCATIONS WILL BE 16.0 FEET AT RIVER
FOREST...AND 12.0 FEET NEAR PLAINFIELD. RIVER FORECAST AND FLOOD
WARNING INFORMATION WILL BE AVAILABLE FROM THE NOAA/NWS ADVANCED
HYDROLOGIC PREDICTION SERVICE WEB PAGE AVAILABLE FROM THE NWS
CHICAGO WEB PAGE AT WEATHER.GOV/CHICAGO.

FLOOD INFORMATION WILL ALSO BE BROADCAST ON NOAA WEATHER RADIO.
RIVER STAGE DATA IS ALSO AVAILABLE FROM THE U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
AT: USGS.GOV/WATER

IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS REGARDING THIS CHANGE PLEASE CONTACT:

WILLIAM MORRIS
SERVICE HYDROLOGIST
NWS CHICAGO/ROMEOVILLE IL
WILLIAM.MORRIS@NOAA.GOV
815-834-0600 X493

$$

WDM



000
NOUS43 KLOT 201435
PNSLOT

SERVICE CHANGE NOTICE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHICAGO/ROMEOVILLE IL
930 AM CDT WED MAY 20 2015

TO:     FAMILY OF SERVICES/FOS/SUBSCRIBERS...NOAA WEATHER WIRE
        SERVICE/NWWS/SUBSCRIBERS...EMERGENCY MANAGERS WEATHER
        INFORMATION NETWORK/EMWIN/SUBSCRIBERS...NOAAPORT
        SUBSCRIBERS...OTHER NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CUSTOMERS
        AND PARTNERS...AND NWS EMPLOYEES.

FROM:   WILLIAM MORRIS
        SERVICE HYDROLOGIST
        NWS CHICAGO/ROMEOVILLE IL

SUBJECT: EXPANSION OF RIVER FORECAST SERVICES ON THE DU PAGE AND DES
PLAINES RIVERS IN NORTHEAST ILLINOIS.

EFFECTIVE JUNE 30 2015...RIVER FORECAST AND FLOOD WARNING SERVICES
WILL BE EXPANDED IN NORTHEAST ILLINOIS. THE FOLLOWING U.S.
GEOLOGICAL SURVEY(USGS) RIVER GAGE LOCATIONS WILL BECOME OFFICIAL
NWS RIVER FORECAST LOCATIONS:

DES PLAINES RIVER AT RIVER FOREST IL
DU PAGE RIVER NEAR PLAINFIELD IL

FLOOD STAGES FOR THESE LOCATIONS WILL BE 16.0 FEET AT RIVER
FOREST...AND 12.0 FEET NEAR PLAINFIELD. RIVER FORECAST AND FLOOD
WARNING INFORMATION WILL BE AVAILABLE FROM THE NOAA/NWS ADVANCED
HYDROLOGIC PREDICTION SERVICE WEB PAGE AVAILABLE FROM THE NWS
CHICAGO WEB PAGE AT WEATHER.GOV/CHICAGO.

FLOOD INFORMATION WILL ALSO BE BROADCAST ON NOAA WEATHER RADIO.
RIVER STAGE DATA IS ALSO AVAILABLE FROM THE U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
AT: USGS.GOV/WATER

IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS REGARDING THIS CHANGE PLEASE CONTACT:

WILLIAM MORRIS
SERVICE HYDROLOGIST
NWS CHICAGO/ROMEOVILLE IL
WILLIAM.MORRIS@NOAA.GOV
815-834-0600 X493

$$

WDM



000
NOUS43 KLOT 201435 RRA
PNSLOT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHICAGO IL
900 AM CDT WED MAY 20 2015

...MAY 16 THROUGH MAY 22 IS NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK...TODAYS
SUBJECT...FIRE EXTINGUISHERS...

THE FOLLOWING IS A SAFE BOATING MESSAGE FROM THE NATIONAL SAFE
BOATING COUNCIL AND THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FOR THIS YEARS
NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK.

U.S. COST GUARD APPROVED MARINE-TYPE FIRE EXTINGUISHERS ARE REQUIRED
ON BOATS WHERE A FIRE HAZARD COULD BE EXPECTED FROM THE ENGINES OR
FUEL SYSTEM.

WHEN REQUIRED...BOATS LESS THAN 26 FEET MUST CARRY AT LEAST ONE B-I
COAST GUARD APPROVED FIRE EXTINGUISHER. BOATS 26 TO 40 FEET MUST
CARRY TWO B-I OR ONE B-II COAST GUARD APPROVED FIRE EXTINGUISHERS.
BOATS 40 TO 65 FEET MUST CARRY THREE B-I OR ONE B-II AND ONE B-I
COAST GUARD APPROVED EXTINGUISHERS.

FIRE EXTINGUISHERS ARE CLASSIFIED BY A LETTER AND A NUMBER SYMBOL.
THE LETTER INDICATES THE TYPE OF FIRE THE UNIT IS DESIGNED TO
EXTINGUISH AND THE NUMBER INDICATES THE SIZE OF THE EXTINGUISHER. A
TYPE B EXTINGUISHER FOR EXAMPLE IS INTENDED TO EXTINGUISH BURNING
LIQUIDS SUCH AS GASOLINE...OIL OR GREASE.  ALL COMMON ON A BOAT.

THE BOATER SHOULD NOT HAVE TO TRAVEL MORE THAN HALF THE LENGTH OF
THEIR BOAT TO GET TO THE FIRE EXTINGUISHER. FIRE EXTINGUISHERS
SHOULD BE INSPECTED ANNUALLY BY THE BOATER TO ENSURE THEY ARE
PROPERLY CHARGED...STORED AND ARE UNDAMAGED.

THIS MESSAGE WAS BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AND
THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING COUNCIL.  VISIT THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE ON THE WEB AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV AND THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING
COUNCIL AT WWW.SAFEBOATINGCOUNCIL.ORG.

$$



000
NOUS43 KSGF 201432
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-211431

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
931 AM CDT WED MAY 20 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Douglas   Ava                    75  53   0.03
Barry     Roaring River SP       70  52   0.25
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            72  50   0.03
Hickory   Pittsburg 4W                    0.20
Webster   Niangua                71  50   0.03
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            71  54   0.27
Dallas    Windyville 4nw                  T
Morgan    Gravois Mills          66  50   0.17
Benton    Edwards 6W             73  53   0.20
Stone     Crane 4N               71  59   M

$$





000
NOUS43 KSGF 201432
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-211431

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
931 AM CDT WED MAY 20 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Douglas   Ava                    75  53   0.03
Barry     Roaring River SP       70  52   0.25
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            72  50   0.03
Hickory   Pittsburg 4W                    0.20
Webster   Niangua                71  50   0.03
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            71  54   0.27
Dallas    Windyville 4nw                  T
Morgan    Gravois Mills          66  50   0.17
Benton    Edwards 6W             73  53   0.20
Stone     Crane 4N               71  59   M

$$





000
NOUS43 KSGF 201432
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-211431

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
931 AM CDT WED MAY 20 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Douglas   Ava                    75  53   0.03
Barry     Roaring River SP       70  52   0.25
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            72  50   0.03
Hickory   Pittsburg 4W                    0.20
Webster   Niangua                71  50   0.03
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            71  54   0.27
Dallas    Windyville 4nw                  T
Morgan    Gravois Mills          66  50   0.17
Benton    Edwards 6W             73  53   0.20
Stone     Crane 4N               71  59   M

$$





000
NOUS43 KSGF 201432
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-211431

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
931 AM CDT WED MAY 20 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Douglas   Ava                    75  53   0.03
Barry     Roaring River SP       70  52   0.25
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            72  50   0.03
Hickory   Pittsburg 4W                    0.20
Webster   Niangua                71  50   0.03
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            71  54   0.27
Dallas    Windyville 4nw                  T
Morgan    Gravois Mills          66  50   0.17
Benton    Edwards 6W             73  53   0.20
Stone     Crane 4N               71  59   M

$$





000
NOUS43 KSGF 201432
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-211431

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
931 AM CDT WED MAY 20 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Douglas   Ava                    75  53   0.03
Barry     Roaring River SP       70  52   0.25
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            72  50   0.03
Hickory   Pittsburg 4W                    0.20
Webster   Niangua                71  50   0.03
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            71  54   0.27
Dallas    Windyville 4nw                  T
Morgan    Gravois Mills          66  50   0.17
Benton    Edwards 6W             73  53   0.20
Stone     Crane 4N               71  59   M

$$






000
NOUS42 KKEY 201323
PNSKEY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE KEY WEST FL
800 AM EDT WED MAY 20 2015

...NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK MAY 16-22...

...TODAY`S TOPIC...FIRE EXTINGUISHERS...

THE FOLLOWING IS A SAFE BOATING MESSAGE FROM THE NATIONAL SAFE
BOATING COUNCIL AND THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FOR NATIONAL SAFE
BOATING WEEK 2015.

U.S. COAST GUARD APPROVED...MARINE-TYPE FIRE EXTINGUISHERS ARE
REQUIRED ON BOATS WHERE A FIRE HAZARD COULD BE EXPECTED FROM THE
ENGINES OR FUEL SYSTEM.

WHEN REQUIRED...BOATS LESS THAN 26 FEET MUST CARRY AT LEAST ONE B-
1...COAST GUARD APPROVED FIRE EXTINGUISHER. BOATS 26 TO 40 FEET MUST
CARRY TWO B-1 OR ONE B-2 COAST GUARD APPROVED FIRE EXTINGUISHERS.
BOATS 40 TO 65 FEET MUST CARRY THREE B-1 OR ONE B-2 AND ONE B-1
COAST GUARD APPROVED FIRE EXTINGUISHERS.

FIRE EXTINGUISHERS ARE CLASSIFIED BY A LETTER AND A NUMBER SYMBOL.
THE LETTER INDICATES THE TYPE OF FIRE THE UNIT IS DESIGNED TO
EXTINGUISH...AND THE NUMBER INDICATES THE SIZE OF THE EXTINGUISHER.
A TYPE B EXTINGUISHER...FOR EXAMPLE...IS INTENDED TO EXTINGUISH
BURNING LIQUIDS SUCH AS GASOLINE...OIL...OR GREASE...ALL COMMON ON A
BOAT.

THE BOATER SHOULD NOT HAVE TO TRAVEL MORE THAN HALF THE LENGTH OF
THEIR BOAT TO GET TO THE FIRE EXTINGUISHER. FIRE EXTINGUISHERS
SHOULD BE INSPECTED ANNUALLY BY THE BOATER TO ENSURE THEY ARE
PROPERLY CHARGED...STORED...AND ARE UNDAMAGED.

THIS MESSAGE WAS BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AND
THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING COUNCIL. VISIT THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE ON THE WEB AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV AND THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING
COUNCIL AT WWW.SAFEBOATINGCOUNCIL.ORG.

$$

KASPER


000
NOUS42 KKEY 201323
PNSKEY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE KEY WEST FL
800 AM EDT WED MAY 20 2015

...NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK MAY 16-22...

...TODAY`S TOPIC...FIRE EXTINGUISHERS...

THE FOLLOWING IS A SAFE BOATING MESSAGE FROM THE NATIONAL SAFE
BOATING COUNCIL AND THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FOR NATIONAL SAFE
BOATING WEEK 2015.

U.S. COAST GUARD APPROVED...MARINE-TYPE FIRE EXTINGUISHERS ARE
REQUIRED ON BOATS WHERE A FIRE HAZARD COULD BE EXPECTED FROM THE
ENGINES OR FUEL SYSTEM.

WHEN REQUIRED...BOATS LESS THAN 26 FEET MUST CARRY AT LEAST ONE B-
1...COAST GUARD APPROVED FIRE EXTINGUISHER. BOATS 26 TO 40 FEET MUST
CARRY TWO B-1 OR ONE B-2 COAST GUARD APPROVED FIRE EXTINGUISHERS.
BOATS 40 TO 65 FEET MUST CARRY THREE B-1 OR ONE B-2 AND ONE B-1
COAST GUARD APPROVED FIRE EXTINGUISHERS.

FIRE EXTINGUISHERS ARE CLASSIFIED BY A LETTER AND A NUMBER SYMBOL.
THE LETTER INDICATES THE TYPE OF FIRE THE UNIT IS DESIGNED TO
EXTINGUISH...AND THE NUMBER INDICATES THE SIZE OF THE EXTINGUISHER.
A TYPE B EXTINGUISHER...FOR EXAMPLE...IS INTENDED TO EXTINGUISH
BURNING LIQUIDS SUCH AS GASOLINE...OIL...OR GREASE...ALL COMMON ON A
BOAT.

THE BOATER SHOULD NOT HAVE TO TRAVEL MORE THAN HALF THE LENGTH OF
THEIR BOAT TO GET TO THE FIRE EXTINGUISHER. FIRE EXTINGUISHERS
SHOULD BE INSPECTED ANNUALLY BY THE BOATER TO ENSURE THEY ARE
PROPERLY CHARGED...STORED...AND ARE UNDAMAGED.

THIS MESSAGE WAS BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AND
THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING COUNCIL. VISIT THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE ON THE WEB AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV AND THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING
COUNCIL AT WWW.SAFEBOATINGCOUNCIL.ORG.

$$

KASPER


000
NOUS42 KKEY 201323
PNSKEY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE KEY WEST FL
800 AM EDT WED MAY 20 2015

...NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK MAY 16-22...

...TODAY`S TOPIC...FIRE EXTINGUISHERS...

THE FOLLOWING IS A SAFE BOATING MESSAGE FROM THE NATIONAL SAFE
BOATING COUNCIL AND THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FOR NATIONAL SAFE
BOATING WEEK 2015.

U.S. COAST GUARD APPROVED...MARINE-TYPE FIRE EXTINGUISHERS ARE
REQUIRED ON BOATS WHERE A FIRE HAZARD COULD BE EXPECTED FROM THE
ENGINES OR FUEL SYSTEM.

WHEN REQUIRED...BOATS LESS THAN 26 FEET MUST CARRY AT LEAST ONE B-
1...COAST GUARD APPROVED FIRE EXTINGUISHER. BOATS 26 TO 40 FEET MUST
CARRY TWO B-1 OR ONE B-2 COAST GUARD APPROVED FIRE EXTINGUISHERS.
BOATS 40 TO 65 FEET MUST CARRY THREE B-1 OR ONE B-2 AND ONE B-1
COAST GUARD APPROVED FIRE EXTINGUISHERS.

FIRE EXTINGUISHERS ARE CLASSIFIED BY A LETTER AND A NUMBER SYMBOL.
THE LETTER INDICATES THE TYPE OF FIRE THE UNIT IS DESIGNED TO
EXTINGUISH...AND THE NUMBER INDICATES THE SIZE OF THE EXTINGUISHER.
A TYPE B EXTINGUISHER...FOR EXAMPLE...IS INTENDED TO EXTINGUISH
BURNING LIQUIDS SUCH AS GASOLINE...OIL...OR GREASE...ALL COMMON ON A
BOAT.

THE BOATER SHOULD NOT HAVE TO TRAVEL MORE THAN HALF THE LENGTH OF
THEIR BOAT TO GET TO THE FIRE EXTINGUISHER. FIRE EXTINGUISHERS
SHOULD BE INSPECTED ANNUALLY BY THE BOATER TO ENSURE THEY ARE
PROPERLY CHARGED...STORED...AND ARE UNDAMAGED.

THIS MESSAGE WAS BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AND
THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING COUNCIL. VISIT THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE ON THE WEB AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV AND THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING
COUNCIL AT WWW.SAFEBOATINGCOUNCIL.ORG.

$$

KASPER



000
NOUS43 KDDC 201229
PNSDDC
KSZ030-031-043>046-061>066-074>081-084>090-290000-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DODGE CITY KS
725 AM CDT MAY 20 2015

THE BELVIDERE WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTER WILL BE OFF THE AIR FOR
MAINTENANCE FROM APPROXIMATELY 10 AM UNTIL 5 PM TODAY. WE APOLOGIZE
FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE THIS MAY CAUSE.

$$

WOLFE


000
NOUS43 KDDC 201229
PNSDDC
KSZ030-031-043>046-061>066-074>081-084>090-290000-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DODGE CITY KS
725 AM CDT MAY 20 2015

THE BELVIDERE WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTER WILL BE OFF THE AIR FOR
MAINTENANCE FROM APPROXIMATELY 10 AM UNTIL 5 PM TODAY. WE APOLOGIZE
FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE THIS MAY CAUSE.

$$

WOLFE



000
NOUS41 KWBC 201220
PNSWSH

Public Information Statement, Comments Requested
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
820 AM EDT Wed May 20 2015

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

From:    Eli Jacks
         Acting Chief, Forecast Services Division

Subject: Soliciting comments on Experimental Potential Storm
         Surge Flooding Map through November 30, 2015

Effective June 1, 2015, and continuing through November 30,
2015, the NWS is seeking user feedback on an experimental
Potential Storm Surge Flooding Map issued by the National
Hurricane Center (NHC).

This map was developed over the course of several years in
consultation with social scientists, emergency managers,
broadcast meteorologists, and others. The map will show:

- Geographical areas where inundation from storm surge could
  occur
- How high above ground the water could reach in those areas

Areas of possible storm surge flooding for a given storm will be
represented in different colors on the map based on water level:

- Blue: up to 3 feet above ground
- Yellow: greater than 3 feet above ground
- Orange: greater than 6 feet above ground
- Red: greater than 9 feet above ground

The experimental Potential Storm Surge Flooding map takes into
account:

-Flooding due to storm surge from the ocean, including
adjoining tidal rivers, sounds and bays
-Normal astronomical tides
-Land elevation
-Uncertainties in the track, landfall location, intensity,
forward speed, and size of the cyclone

The map does not take into account wave action, freshwater
flooding from rainfall, and flooding inside and overtopping of
certain levees.

The potential storm surge hazard is not depicted within certain
levee areas, such as the Hurricane and Storm Damage Risk
Reduction System in Louisiana. These areas are highly complex
and water levels resulting from overtopping are difficult to
predict. Users are asked to consult local officials for flood
risk inside these leveed areas.

NHC will release the initial map for a storm when it issues a
hurricane watch or warning or, in some special cases, a tropical
storm watch or warning for any part of the Gulf or East Coast,
(anytime within 48 hours of the anticipated onset of tropical
storm force winds).

The map is subject to change every 6 hours with each new NHC
full advisory package. Due to the processing time required to
generate the storm surge guidance and produce the map, it will
be available about 60 to 90 minutes after the NHC advisory.

The map represents the storm surge heights that a person should
prepare for before a storm, given the uncertainties in the
forecast. The map shows a reasonable estimate of worst-case
scenario flooding of normally dry land at particular locations
due to storm surge. There is a 1-in-10 chance that the storm
surge flooding at any particular location could be higher than
the values shown on the map. The map is created from multiple
runs of the Sea, Lake, and Overland Surges from Hurricanes
(SLOSH) model.

Additional information and map examples are online at:

      http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/experimental/inundation

The map will be available on the NHC website at:

      http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/cyclones

Users are encouraged to provide feedback on this experimental
product by using the brief survey and comment form available
online at:

       http://www.nws.noaa.gov/survey/nws-survey.php?code=PSSFM

For technical questions regarding this notice, please contact:

Jamie Rhome
National Hurricane Center
Storm Surge Team Lead
Miami, FL  33165
Telephone: 305-229-4444
Email: Jamie.R.Rhome@noaa.gov

For policy questions regarding this notice, please contact:

John Kuhn
NWS Marine and Coastal Weather Services Branch
Silver Spring, MD 20910
Telephone: 301-427-9364
Email: John.F.Kuhn@noaa.gov

National Public Information Statements are online at:

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

$$


000
NOUS41 KWBC 201220
PNSWSH

Public Information Statement, Comments Requested
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
820 AM EDT Wed May 20 2015

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

From:    Eli Jacks
         Acting Chief, Forecast Services Division

Subject: Soliciting comments on Experimental Potential Storm
         Surge Flooding Map through November 30, 2015

Effective June 1, 2015, and continuing through November 30,
2015, the NWS is seeking user feedback on an experimental
Potential Storm Surge Flooding Map issued by the National
Hurricane Center (NHC).

This map was developed over the course of several years in
consultation with social scientists, emergency managers,
broadcast meteorologists, and others. The map will show:

- Geographical areas where inundation from storm surge could
  occur
- How high above ground the water could reach in those areas

Areas of possible storm surge flooding for a given storm will be
represented in different colors on the map based on water level:

- Blue: up to 3 feet above ground
- Yellow: greater than 3 feet above ground
- Orange: greater than 6 feet above ground
- Red: greater than 9 feet above ground

The experimental Potential Storm Surge Flooding map takes into
account:

-Flooding due to storm surge from the ocean, including
adjoining tidal rivers, sounds and bays
-Normal astronomical tides
-Land elevation
-Uncertainties in the track, landfall location, intensity,
forward speed, and size of the cyclone

The map does not take into account wave action, freshwater
flooding from rainfall, and flooding inside and overtopping of
certain levees.

The potential storm surge hazard is not depicted within certain
levee areas, such as the Hurricane and Storm Damage Risk
Reduction System in Louisiana. These areas are highly complex
and water levels resulting from overtopping are difficult to
predict. Users are asked to consult local officials for flood
risk inside these leveed areas.

NHC will release the initial map for a storm when it issues a
hurricane watch or warning or, in some special cases, a tropical
storm watch or warning for any part of the Gulf or East Coast,
(anytime within 48 hours of the anticipated onset of tropical
storm force winds).

The map is subject to change every 6 hours with each new NHC
full advisory package. Due to the processing time required to
generate the storm surge guidance and produce the map, it will
be available about 60 to 90 minutes after the NHC advisory.

The map represents the storm surge heights that a person should
prepare for before a storm, given the uncertainties in the
forecast. The map shows a reasonable estimate of worst-case
scenario flooding of normally dry land at particular locations
due to storm surge. There is a 1-in-10 chance that the storm
surge flooding at any particular location could be higher than
the values shown on the map. The map is created from multiple
runs of the Sea, Lake, and Overland Surges from Hurricanes
(SLOSH) model.

Additional information and map examples are online at:

      http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/experimental/inundation

The map will be available on the NHC website at:

      http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/cyclones

Users are encouraged to provide feedback on this experimental
product by using the brief survey and comment form available
online at:

       http://www.nws.noaa.gov/survey/nws-survey.php?code=PSSFM

For technical questions regarding this notice, please contact:

Jamie Rhome
National Hurricane Center
Storm Surge Team Lead
Miami, FL  33165
Telephone: 305-229-4444
Email: Jamie.R.Rhome@noaa.gov

For policy questions regarding this notice, please contact:

John Kuhn
NWS Marine and Coastal Weather Services Branch
Silver Spring, MD 20910
Telephone: 301-427-9364
Email: John.F.Kuhn@noaa.gov

National Public Information Statements are online at:

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

$$



000
NOUS41 KWBC 201220
PNSWSH

Public Information Statement, Comments Requested
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
820 AM EDT Wed May 20 2015

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

From:    Eli Jacks
         Acting Chief, Forecast Services Division

Subject: Soliciting comments on Experimental Potential Storm
         Surge Flooding Map through November 30, 2015

Effective June 1, 2015, and continuing through November 30,
2015, the NWS is seeking user feedback on an experimental
Potential Storm Surge Flooding Map issued by the National
Hurricane Center (NHC).

This map was developed over the course of several years in
consultation with social scientists, emergency managers,
broadcast meteorologists, and others. The map will show:

- Geographical areas where inundation from storm surge could
  occur
- How high above ground the water could reach in those areas

Areas of possible storm surge flooding for a given storm will be
represented in different colors on the map based on water level:

- Blue: up to 3 feet above ground
- Yellow: greater than 3 feet above ground
- Orange: greater than 6 feet above ground
- Red: greater than 9 feet above ground

The experimental Potential Storm Surge Flooding map takes into
account:

-Flooding due to storm surge from the ocean, including
adjoining tidal rivers, sounds and bays
-Normal astronomical tides
-Land elevation
-Uncertainties in the track, landfall location, intensity,
forward speed, and size of the cyclone

The map does not take into account wave action, freshwater
flooding from rainfall, and flooding inside and overtopping of
certain levees.

The potential storm surge hazard is not depicted within certain
levee areas, such as the Hurricane and Storm Damage Risk
Reduction System in Louisiana. These areas are highly complex
and water levels resulting from overtopping are difficult to
predict. Users are asked to consult local officials for flood
risk inside these leveed areas.

NHC will release the initial map for a storm when it issues a
hurricane watch or warning or, in some special cases, a tropical
storm watch or warning for any part of the Gulf or East Coast,
(anytime within 48 hours of the anticipated onset of tropical
storm force winds).

The map is subject to change every 6 hours with each new NHC
full advisory package. Due to the processing time required to
generate the storm surge guidance and produce the map, it will
be available about 60 to 90 minutes after the NHC advisory.

The map represents the storm surge heights that a person should
prepare for before a storm, given the uncertainties in the
forecast. The map shows a reasonable estimate of worst-case
scenario flooding of normally dry land at particular locations
due to storm surge. There is a 1-in-10 chance that the storm
surge flooding at any particular location could be higher than
the values shown on the map. The map is created from multiple
runs of the Sea, Lake, and Overland Surges from Hurricanes
(SLOSH) model.

Additional information and map examples are online at:

      http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/experimental/inundation

The map will be available on the NHC website at:

      http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/cyclones

Users are encouraged to provide feedback on this experimental
product by using the brief survey and comment form available
online at:

       http://www.nws.noaa.gov/survey/nws-survey.php?code=PSSFM

For technical questions regarding this notice, please contact:

Jamie Rhome
National Hurricane Center
Storm Surge Team Lead
Miami, FL  33165
Telephone: 305-229-4444
Email: Jamie.R.Rhome@noaa.gov

For policy questions regarding this notice, please contact:

John Kuhn
NWS Marine and Coastal Weather Services Branch
Silver Spring, MD 20910
Telephone: 301-427-9364
Email: John.F.Kuhn@noaa.gov

National Public Information Statements are online at:

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

$$


000
NOUS41 KWBC 201220
PNSWSH

Public Information Statement, Comments Requested
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
820 AM EDT Wed May 20 2015

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

From:    Eli Jacks
         Acting Chief, Forecast Services Division

Subject: Soliciting comments on Experimental Potential Storm
         Surge Flooding Map through November 30, 2015

Effective June 1, 2015, and continuing through November 30,
2015, the NWS is seeking user feedback on an experimental
Potential Storm Surge Flooding Map issued by the National
Hurricane Center (NHC).

This map was developed over the course of several years in
consultation with social scientists, emergency managers,
broadcast meteorologists, and others. The map will show:

- Geographical areas where inundation from storm surge could
  occur
- How high above ground the water could reach in those areas

Areas of possible storm surge flooding for a given storm will be
represented in different colors on the map based on water level:

- Blue: up to 3 feet above ground
- Yellow: greater than 3 feet above ground
- Orange: greater than 6 feet above ground
- Red: greater than 9 feet above ground

The experimental Potential Storm Surge Flooding map takes into
account:

-Flooding due to storm surge from the ocean, including
adjoining tidal rivers, sounds and bays
-Normal astronomical tides
-Land elevation
-Uncertainties in the track, landfall location, intensity,
forward speed, and size of the cyclone

The map does not take into account wave action, freshwater
flooding from rainfall, and flooding inside and overtopping of
certain levees.

The potential storm surge hazard is not depicted within certain
levee areas, such as the Hurricane and Storm Damage Risk
Reduction System in Louisiana. These areas are highly complex
and water levels resulting from overtopping are difficult to
predict. Users are asked to consult local officials for flood
risk inside these leveed areas.

NHC will release the initial map for a storm when it issues a
hurricane watch or warning or, in some special cases, a tropical
storm watch or warning for any part of the Gulf or East Coast,
(anytime within 48 hours of the anticipated onset of tropical
storm force winds).

The map is subject to change every 6 hours with each new NHC
full advisory package. Due to the processing time required to
generate the storm surge guidance and produce the map, it will
be available about 60 to 90 minutes after the NHC advisory.

The map represents the storm surge heights that a person should
prepare for before a storm, given the uncertainties in the
forecast. The map shows a reasonable estimate of worst-case
scenario flooding of normally dry land at particular locations
due to storm surge. There is a 1-in-10 chance that the storm
surge flooding at any particular location could be higher than
the values shown on the map. The map is created from multiple
runs of the Sea, Lake, and Overland Surges from Hurricanes
(SLOSH) model.

Additional information and map examples are online at:

      http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/experimental/inundation

The map will be available on the NHC website at:

      http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/cyclones

Users are encouraged to provide feedback on this experimental
product by using the brief survey and comment form available
online at:

       http://www.nws.noaa.gov/survey/nws-survey.php?code=PSSFM

For technical questions regarding this notice, please contact:

Jamie Rhome
National Hurricane Center
Storm Surge Team Lead
Miami, FL  33165
Telephone: 305-229-4444
Email: Jamie.R.Rhome@noaa.gov

For policy questions regarding this notice, please contact:

John Kuhn
NWS Marine and Coastal Weather Services Branch
Silver Spring, MD 20910
Telephone: 301-427-9364
Email: John.F.Kuhn@noaa.gov

National Public Information Statements are online at:

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

$$


000
NOUS41 KWBC 201220
PNSWSH

Public Information Statement, Comments Requested
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
820 AM EDT Wed May 20 2015

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

From:    Eli Jacks
         Acting Chief, Forecast Services Division

Subject: Soliciting comments on Experimental Potential Storm
         Surge Flooding Map through November 30, 2015

Effective June 1, 2015, and continuing through November 30,
2015, the NWS is seeking user feedback on an experimental
Potential Storm Surge Flooding Map issued by the National
Hurricane Center (NHC).

This map was developed over the course of several years in
consultation with social scientists, emergency managers,
broadcast meteorologists, and others. The map will show:

- Geographical areas where inundation from storm surge could
  occur
- How high above ground the water could reach in those areas

Areas of possible storm surge flooding for a given storm will be
represented in different colors on the map based on water level:

- Blue: up to 3 feet above ground
- Yellow: greater than 3 feet above ground
- Orange: greater than 6 feet above ground
- Red: greater than 9 feet above ground

The experimental Potential Storm Surge Flooding map takes into
account:

-Flooding due to storm surge from the ocean, including
adjoining tidal rivers, sounds and bays
-Normal astronomical tides
-Land elevation
-Uncertainties in the track, landfall location, intensity,
forward speed, and size of the cyclone

The map does not take into account wave action, freshwater
flooding from rainfall, and flooding inside and overtopping of
certain levees.

The potential storm surge hazard is not depicted within certain
levee areas, such as the Hurricane and Storm Damage Risk
Reduction System in Louisiana. These areas are highly complex
and water levels resulting from overtopping are difficult to
predict. Users are asked to consult local officials for flood
risk inside these leveed areas.

NHC will release the initial map for a storm when it issues a
hurricane watch or warning or, in some special cases, a tropical
storm watch or warning for any part of the Gulf or East Coast,
(anytime within 48 hours of the anticipated onset of tropical
storm force winds).

The map is subject to change every 6 hours with each new NHC
full advisory package. Due to the processing time required to
generate the storm surge guidance and produce the map, it will
be available about 60 to 90 minutes after the NHC advisory.

The map represents the storm surge heights that a person should
prepare for before a storm, given the uncertainties in the
forecast. The map shows a reasonable estimate of worst-case
scenario flooding of normally dry land at particular locations
due to storm surge. There is a 1-in-10 chance that the storm
surge flooding at any particular location could be higher than
the values shown on the map. The map is created from multiple
runs of the Sea, Lake, and Overland Surges from Hurricanes
(SLOSH) model.

Additional information and map examples are online at:

      http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/experimental/inundation

The map will be available on the NHC website at:

      http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/cyclones

Users are encouraged to provide feedback on this experimental
product by using the brief survey and comment form available
online at:

       http://www.nws.noaa.gov/survey/nws-survey.php?code=PSSFM

For technical questions regarding this notice, please contact:

Jamie Rhome
National Hurricane Center
Storm Surge Team Lead
Miami, FL  33165
Telephone: 305-229-4444
Email: Jamie.R.Rhome@noaa.gov

For policy questions regarding this notice, please contact:

John Kuhn
NWS Marine and Coastal Weather Services Branch
Silver Spring, MD 20910
Telephone: 301-427-9364
Email: John.F.Kuhn@noaa.gov

National Public Information Statements are online at:

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

$$


000
NOUS41 KWBC 201220
PNSWSH

Public Information Statement, Comments Requested
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
820 AM EDT Wed May 20 2015

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

From:    Eli Jacks
         Acting Chief, Forecast Services Division

Subject: Soliciting comments on Experimental Potential Storm
         Surge Flooding Map through November 30, 2015

Effective June 1, 2015, and continuing through November 30,
2015, the NWS is seeking user feedback on an experimental
Potential Storm Surge Flooding Map issued by the National
Hurricane Center (NHC).

This map was developed over the course of several years in
consultation with social scientists, emergency managers,
broadcast meteorologists, and others. The map will show:

- Geographical areas where inundation from storm surge could
  occur
- How high above ground the water could reach in those areas

Areas of possible storm surge flooding for a given storm will be
represented in different colors on the map based on water level:

- Blue: up to 3 feet above ground
- Yellow: greater than 3 feet above ground
- Orange: greater than 6 feet above ground
- Red: greater than 9 feet above ground

The experimental Potential Storm Surge Flooding map takes into
account:

-Flooding due to storm surge from the ocean, including
adjoining tidal rivers, sounds and bays
-Normal astronomical tides
-Land elevation
-Uncertainties in the track, landfall location, intensity,
forward speed, and size of the cyclone

The map does not take into account wave action, freshwater
flooding from rainfall, and flooding inside and overtopping of
certain levees.

The potential storm surge hazard is not depicted within certain
levee areas, such as the Hurricane and Storm Damage Risk
Reduction System in Louisiana. These areas are highly complex
and water levels resulting from overtopping are difficult to
predict. Users are asked to consult local officials for flood
risk inside these leveed areas.

NHC will release the initial map for a storm when it issues a
hurricane watch or warning or, in some special cases, a tropical
storm watch or warning for any part of the Gulf or East Coast,
(anytime within 48 hours of the anticipated onset of tropical
storm force winds).

The map is subject to change every 6 hours with each new NHC
full advisory package. Due to the processing time required to
generate the storm surge guidance and produce the map, it will
be available about 60 to 90 minutes after the NHC advisory.

The map represents the storm surge heights that a person should
prepare for before a storm, given the uncertainties in the
forecast. The map shows a reasonable estimate of worst-case
scenario flooding of normally dry land at particular locations
due to storm surge. There is a 1-in-10 chance that the storm
surge flooding at any particular location could be higher than
the values shown on the map. The map is created from multiple
runs of the Sea, Lake, and Overland Surges from Hurricanes
(SLOSH) model.

Additional information and map examples are online at:

      http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/experimental/inundation

The map will be available on the NHC website at:

      http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/cyclones

Users are encouraged to provide feedback on this experimental
product by using the brief survey and comment form available
online at:

       http://www.nws.noaa.gov/survey/nws-survey.php?code=PSSFM

For technical questions regarding this notice, please contact:

Jamie Rhome
National Hurricane Center
Storm Surge Team Lead
Miami, FL  33165
Telephone: 305-229-4444
Email: Jamie.R.Rhome@noaa.gov

For policy questions regarding this notice, please contact:

John Kuhn
NWS Marine and Coastal Weather Services Branch
Silver Spring, MD 20910
Telephone: 301-427-9364
Email: John.F.Kuhn@noaa.gov

National Public Information Statements are online at:

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

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 201200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT WED MAY 20 2015

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

IN 2004, SEVERAL DECAYING THUNDERSTORMS PRODUCED A MINOR HEAT BURST
EVENT JUST EAST OF LENORA, KANSAS. TEMPERATURES ACROSS THE AREA ROSE FROM
64 TO 73 DEGREES BETWEEN 10:50 PM AND 12:30 AM LOCAL TIME. GUSTY WINDS
PERSISTED FOR OVER 2 HOURS WITH SOME GUSTS REACHING TO NEAR 70 MPH.

$$



000
NOUS43 KGLD 201200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT WED MAY 20 2015

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

IN 2004, SEVERAL DECAYING THUNDERSTORMS PRODUCED A MINOR HEAT BURST
EVENT JUST EAST OF LENORA, KANSAS. TEMPERATURES ACROSS THE AREA ROSE FROM
64 TO 73 DEGREES BETWEEN 10:50 PM AND 12:30 AM LOCAL TIME. GUSTY WINDS
PERSISTED FOR OVER 2 HOURS WITH SOME GUSTS REACHING TO NEAR 70 MPH.

$$



000
NOUS43 KGLD 201200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT WED MAY 20 2015

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

IN 2004, SEVERAL DECAYING THUNDERSTORMS PRODUCED A MINOR HEAT BURST
EVENT JUST EAST OF LENORA, KANSAS. TEMPERATURES ACROSS THE AREA ROSE FROM
64 TO 73 DEGREES BETWEEN 10:50 PM AND 12:30 AM LOCAL TIME. GUSTY WINDS
PERSISTED FOR OVER 2 HOURS WITH SOME GUSTS REACHING TO NEAR 70 MPH.

$$



000
NOUS43 KGLD 201200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT WED MAY 20 2015

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

IN 2004, SEVERAL DECAYING THUNDERSTORMS PRODUCED A MINOR HEAT BURST
EVENT JUST EAST OF LENORA, KANSAS. TEMPERATURES ACROSS THE AREA ROSE FROM
64 TO 73 DEGREES BETWEEN 10:50 PM AND 12:30 AM LOCAL TIME. GUSTY WINDS
PERSISTED FOR OVER 2 HOURS WITH SOME GUSTS REACHING TO NEAR 70 MPH.

$$



000
NOUS43 KGLD 201200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT WED MAY 20 2015

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

IN 2004, SEVERAL DECAYING THUNDERSTORMS PRODUCED A MINOR HEAT BURST
EVENT JUST EAST OF LENORA, KANSAS. TEMPERATURES ACROSS THE AREA ROSE FROM
64 TO 73 DEGREES BETWEEN 10:50 PM AND 12:30 AM LOCAL TIME. GUSTY WINDS
PERSISTED FOR OVER 2 HOURS WITH SOME GUSTS REACHING TO NEAR 70 MPH.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 201200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT WED MAY 20 2015

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

IN 2004, SEVERAL DECAYING THUNDERSTORMS PRODUCED A MINOR HEAT BURST
EVENT JUST EAST OF LENORA, KANSAS. TEMPERATURES ACROSS THE AREA ROSE FROM
64 TO 73 DEGREES BETWEEN 10:50 PM AND 12:30 AM LOCAL TIME. GUSTY WINDS
PERSISTED FOR OVER 2 HOURS WITH SOME GUSTS REACHING TO NEAR 70 MPH.

$$



000
NOUS42 KJAX 200841
PNSJAX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSONVILLE FL
441 AM EDT WED MAY 20 2015

...NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK...

THE FOLLOWING IS A SAFE BOATING MESSAGE FROM THE NATIONAL SAFE
BOATING COUNCIL AND THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE...REMINDING YOU
THAT THIS IS NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK...MAY 16TH THROUGH MAY 22ND.

TODAY`S TOPIC...FIRE EXTINGUISHERS.

U.S. COAST GUARD APPROVED...MARINE-TYPE FIRE EXTINGUISHERS ARE
REQUIRED ON BOATS WHERE A FIRE HAZARD COULD BE EXPECTED FROM THE
ENGINES ON A FUEL SYSTEM.

WHEN REQUIRED...BOATS LESS THAN 26 FEET MUST CARRY AT LEAST ONE B-
1...COAST GUARD APPROVED FIRE EXTINGUISHER. BOATS 26-40 FEET MUST
CARRY TWO B-1 OR ONE B-2 COAST GUARD APPROVED FIRE EXTINGUISHERS.
BOATS 45-60 FEET IN LENGTH MUST CARRY THREE B-1 OR TWO B-2 AND ONE B-
1 COAST GUARD APPROVED FIRE EXTINGUISHERS.

FIRE EXTINGUISHERS ARE CLASSIFIED BY A LETTER AND A NUMBER SYMBOL.
THE LETTER INDICATES THE TYPE OF FIRE THE UNIT IS DESIGNED TO
EXTINGUISH AND THE NUMBER INDICATES THE SIZE OF THE EXTINGUISHER. A
TYPE B EXTINGUISHER...FOR EXAMPLE...IS INTENDED TO EXTINGUISH
BURNING LIQUIDS SUCH AS GASOLINE...OIL OR GREASE...ALL COMMON ON A
BOAT.

THE BOATER SHOULD NOT HAVE TO TRAVEL MORE THAN HALF THE LENGTH OF
THEIR BOAT TO GET TO THEIR FIRE EXTINGUISHER. FIRE EXTINGUISHERS
SHOULD BE INSPECTED ANNUALLY BY THE BOATER TO ENSURE THEY ARE
PROPERLY CHARGED...STORED...AND ARE UNDAMAGED.

THIS MESSAGE WAS BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AND
THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING COUNCIL. VISIT THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE ON THE WEB AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV AND THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING
COUNCIL AT WWW.SAFEBOATINGCOUNCIL.ORG.

$$



000
NOUS42 KJAX 200841
PNSJAX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSONVILLE FL
441 AM EDT WED MAY 20 2015

...NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK...

THE FOLLOWING IS A SAFE BOATING MESSAGE FROM THE NATIONAL SAFE
BOATING COUNCIL AND THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE...REMINDING YOU
THAT THIS IS NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK...MAY 16TH THROUGH MAY 22ND.

TODAY`S TOPIC...FIRE EXTINGUISHERS.

U.S. COAST GUARD APPROVED...MARINE-TYPE FIRE EXTINGUISHERS ARE
REQUIRED ON BOATS WHERE A FIRE HAZARD COULD BE EXPECTED FROM THE
ENGINES ON A FUEL SYSTEM.

WHEN REQUIRED...BOATS LESS THAN 26 FEET MUST CARRY AT LEAST ONE B-
1...COAST GUARD APPROVED FIRE EXTINGUISHER. BOATS 26-40 FEET MUST
CARRY TWO B-1 OR ONE B-2 COAST GUARD APPROVED FIRE EXTINGUISHERS.
BOATS 45-60 FEET IN LENGTH MUST CARRY THREE B-1 OR TWO B-2 AND ONE B-
1 COAST GUARD APPROVED FIRE EXTINGUISHERS.

FIRE EXTINGUISHERS ARE CLASSIFIED BY A LETTER AND A NUMBER SYMBOL.
THE LETTER INDICATES THE TYPE OF FIRE THE UNIT IS DESIGNED TO
EXTINGUISH AND THE NUMBER INDICATES THE SIZE OF THE EXTINGUISHER. A
TYPE B EXTINGUISHER...FOR EXAMPLE...IS INTENDED TO EXTINGUISH
BURNING LIQUIDS SUCH AS GASOLINE...OIL OR GREASE...ALL COMMON ON A
BOAT.

THE BOATER SHOULD NOT HAVE TO TRAVEL MORE THAN HALF THE LENGTH OF
THEIR BOAT TO GET TO THEIR FIRE EXTINGUISHER. FIRE EXTINGUISHERS
SHOULD BE INSPECTED ANNUALLY BY THE BOATER TO ENSURE THEY ARE
PROPERLY CHARGED...STORED...AND ARE UNDAMAGED.

THIS MESSAGE WAS BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AND
THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING COUNCIL. VISIT THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE ON THE WEB AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV AND THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING
COUNCIL AT WWW.SAFEBOATINGCOUNCIL.ORG.

$$



000
NOUS42 KJAX 200841
PNSJAX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSONVILLE FL
441 AM EDT WED MAY 20 2015

...NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK...

THE FOLLOWING IS A SAFE BOATING MESSAGE FROM THE NATIONAL SAFE
BOATING COUNCIL AND THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE...REMINDING YOU
THAT THIS IS NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK...MAY 16TH THROUGH MAY 22ND.

TODAY`S TOPIC...FIRE EXTINGUISHERS.

U.S. COAST GUARD APPROVED...MARINE-TYPE FIRE EXTINGUISHERS ARE
REQUIRED ON BOATS WHERE A FIRE HAZARD COULD BE EXPECTED FROM THE
ENGINES ON A FUEL SYSTEM.

WHEN REQUIRED...BOATS LESS THAN 26 FEET MUST CARRY AT LEAST ONE B-
1...COAST GUARD APPROVED FIRE EXTINGUISHER. BOATS 26-40 FEET MUST
CARRY TWO B-1 OR ONE B-2 COAST GUARD APPROVED FIRE EXTINGUISHERS.
BOATS 45-60 FEET IN LENGTH MUST CARRY THREE B-1 OR TWO B-2 AND ONE B-
1 COAST GUARD APPROVED FIRE EXTINGUISHERS.

FIRE EXTINGUISHERS ARE CLASSIFIED BY A LETTER AND A NUMBER SYMBOL.
THE LETTER INDICATES THE TYPE OF FIRE THE UNIT IS DESIGNED TO
EXTINGUISH AND THE NUMBER INDICATES THE SIZE OF THE EXTINGUISHER. A
TYPE B EXTINGUISHER...FOR EXAMPLE...IS INTENDED TO EXTINGUISH
BURNING LIQUIDS SUCH AS GASOLINE...OIL OR GREASE...ALL COMMON ON A
BOAT.

THE BOATER SHOULD NOT HAVE TO TRAVEL MORE THAN HALF THE LENGTH OF
THEIR BOAT TO GET TO THEIR FIRE EXTINGUISHER. FIRE EXTINGUISHERS
SHOULD BE INSPECTED ANNUALLY BY THE BOATER TO ENSURE THEY ARE
PROPERLY CHARGED...STORED...AND ARE UNDAMAGED.

THIS MESSAGE WAS BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AND
THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING COUNCIL. VISIT THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE ON THE WEB AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV AND THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING
COUNCIL AT WWW.SAFEBOATINGCOUNCIL.ORG.

$$


000
NOUS42 KJAX 200841
PNSJAX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSONVILLE FL
441 AM EDT WED MAY 20 2015

...NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK...

THE FOLLOWING IS A SAFE BOATING MESSAGE FROM THE NATIONAL SAFE
BOATING COUNCIL AND THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE...REMINDING YOU
THAT THIS IS NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK...MAY 16TH THROUGH MAY 22ND.

TODAY`S TOPIC...FIRE EXTINGUISHERS.

U.S. COAST GUARD APPROVED...MARINE-TYPE FIRE EXTINGUISHERS ARE
REQUIRED ON BOATS WHERE A FIRE HAZARD COULD BE EXPECTED FROM THE
ENGINES ON A FUEL SYSTEM.

WHEN REQUIRED...BOATS LESS THAN 26 FEET MUST CARRY AT LEAST ONE B-
1...COAST GUARD APPROVED FIRE EXTINGUISHER. BOATS 26-40 FEET MUST
CARRY TWO B-1 OR ONE B-2 COAST GUARD APPROVED FIRE EXTINGUISHERS.
BOATS 45-60 FEET IN LENGTH MUST CARRY THREE B-1 OR TWO B-2 AND ONE B-
1 COAST GUARD APPROVED FIRE EXTINGUISHERS.

FIRE EXTINGUISHERS ARE CLASSIFIED BY A LETTER AND A NUMBER SYMBOL.
THE LETTER INDICATES THE TYPE OF FIRE THE UNIT IS DESIGNED TO
EXTINGUISH AND THE NUMBER INDICATES THE SIZE OF THE EXTINGUISHER. A
TYPE B EXTINGUISHER...FOR EXAMPLE...IS INTENDED TO EXTINGUISH
BURNING LIQUIDS SUCH AS GASOLINE...OIL OR GREASE...ALL COMMON ON A
BOAT.

THE BOATER SHOULD NOT HAVE TO TRAVEL MORE THAN HALF THE LENGTH OF
THEIR BOAT TO GET TO THEIR FIRE EXTINGUISHER. FIRE EXTINGUISHERS
SHOULD BE INSPECTED ANNUALLY BY THE BOATER TO ENSURE THEY ARE
PROPERLY CHARGED...STORED...AND ARE UNDAMAGED.

THIS MESSAGE WAS BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AND
THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING COUNCIL. VISIT THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE ON THE WEB AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV AND THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING
COUNCIL AT WWW.SAFEBOATINGCOUNCIL.ORG.

$$


000
NOUS45 KSLC 200410
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
1010 PM MDT TUE MAY 19 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS CONTINUE TO PRODUCE SIGNIFICANT RAIN
AMOUNTS...MAINLY NORTHERN UTAH AND SOUTHWEST WYOMING. BELOW ARE
PRECIPITATION TOTALS BEGINNING MONDAY MORNING...AND ENDING TUESDAY
EVENING.

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
LOGAN RIVER ABV STATE DAM - 4805 FT      7 PM TUE     0.91
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     7 PM TUE     0.85
LOGAN - 4465 FT                          7 PM TUE     0.76
LOGAN GOLF - 4808 FT                     7 PM TUE     0.76
LOGAN - 4806 FT                          7 PM TUE     0.70
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          7 PM TUE     0.69
PROVIDENCE - 4528 FT                     8 AM TUE     0.68
LBW PARADISE - 4859 FT                   7 PM TUE     0.66
BENSON - 4428 FT                         8 AM TUE     0.65
PROVIDENCE - EVANS FARM - 4535 FT        7 PM TUE     0.56
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                  7 PM TUE     0.52
LOGAN DRAINAGE FARM - 4435 FT            7 PM TUE     0.51
LBW EXPFARM - 4498 FT                    7 PM TUE     0.49
LBW SOUTHFORK - 5095 FT                  7 PM TUE     0.46
LEWISTON - 4514 FT                       7 PM TUE     0.43
HYDE PARK - 4513 FT                      8 AM TUE     0.38
NORTH LOGAN - 4749 FT                    8 AM TUE     0.33

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BRIGHAM CITY - 4400 FT                   7 PM TUE     1.92
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                7 PM TUE     1.76
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                7 PM TUE     1.73
BRIGHAM CITY - 4230 FT                   5 PM TUE     1.40
BOUNTIFUL - 4760 FT                      7 PM TUE     1.18
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                   7 PM TUE     1.01
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                      7 PM TUE     1.00
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                 7 PM TUE     0.89
TREMONTON - 4331 FT                      7 PM TUE     0.83
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                       7 PM TUE     0.80
THATCHER - 4292 FT                       6 AM TUE     0.78
THATCHER - 4414 FT                       7 AM TUE     0.77
NORTHEAST OGDEN BENCH - 4560 FT          7 AM TUE     0.75
OGDEN - 4285 FT                          7 PM TUE     0.71
NORTH OGDEN - 4392 FT                    7 AM TUE     0.70
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    7 PM TUE     0.69
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT               7 PM TUE     0.68
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     7 PM TUE     0.60
LAYTON - 4770 FT                         7 PM TUE     0.57
SOUTH OGDEN - 4777 FT                    7 PM TUE     0.54
FARMINGTON - 4226 FT                     7 PM TUE     0.52
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                    7 PM TUE     0.52
CENTERVILLE - 4216 FT                    7 PM TUE     0.49
WEST BOUNTIFUL - 4231 FT                 9 AM TUE     0.49
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    7 PM TUE     0.48
SOUTH WEBER - 4518 FT                    7 AM TUE     0.48
CORINNE - 4238 FT                        7 PM TUE     0.45
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4802 FT                  7 AM TUE     0.45
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4590 FT                  7 PM TUE     0.44
LAYTON - 4468 FT                         7 PM TUE     0.43
WEST WEBER - 4248 FT                     7 AM TUE     0.42
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            7 PM TUE     0.41
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                      7 PM TUE     0.39
WEST HAVEN - 4239 FT                     7 AM TUE     0.38
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       7 PM TUE     0.37
ROY - 4457 FT                            9 AM TUE     0.35
CLINTON - 4337 FT                        7 PM TUE     0.32
WEST POINT - 4350 FT                     7 PM TUE     0.29
ROY - 4373 FT                            7 PM TUE     0.26
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                       7 PM TUE     0.20
CLEARFIELD UDOT - 4685 FT                7 PM TUE     0.19

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
SANDY - 4852 FT                          7 AM TUE     0.83
TOOELE 2 - 4318 FT                       7 PM TUE     0.75
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS - 5138 FT             7 AM TUE     0.62
HOLLADAY - 4540 FT                       7 AM TUE     0.57
HOLLADAY - 4344 FT                       7 PM TUE     0.56
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4317 FT               8 AM TUE     0.56
SANDY - 5161 FT                          7 PM TUE     0.55
DRAPER - 5052 FT                         7 PM TUE     0.55
WEST JORDAN - 4722 FT                    9 AM TUE     0.52
HOLLADAY - 4516 FT                       7 PM TUE     0.51
SANDY - 4714 FT                          7 AM TUE     0.51
HOLLADAY - 4456 FT                       9 AM TUE     0.50
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS - 5230 FT             8 AM TUE     0.50
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT         7 PM TUE     0.48
SANDY - 4637 FT                          7 AM TUE     0.48
SALT LAKE CITY - 4303 FT                 7 AM TUE     0.45
NORTH HOLLADAY - 4600 FT                 7 PM TUE     0.44
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         7 PM TUE     0.44
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4281 FT               7 PM TUE     0.43
UPPER MILLCREEK - 5050 FT                9 PM TUE     0.42
MURRAY - 4290 FT                         7 PM TUE     0.42
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                 7 PM TUE     0.42
SOUTH SALT LAKE - 4340 FT                7 AM TUE     0.41
MAGNA - 4375 FT                          7 AM TUE     0.41
SANDY - 4712 FT                          7 PM TUE     0.39
SALT LAKE CITY - 4568 FT                 7 AM TUE     0.39
STOCKTON - 5087 FT                       7 AM TUE     0.39
RIVERTON - 4480 FT                       7 PM TUE     0.38
SALT LAKE CITY - 4753 FT                 7 PM TUE     0.38
ROCKY - 5970 FT                          6 PM TUE     0.38
SALT LAKE CITY 4.5 SE - 4655 FT          7 AM TUE     0.38
SALT LAKE CITY - 4590 FT                 7 AM TUE     0.38
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                   7 PM TUE     0.37
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            7 PM TUE     0.37
KEARNS - 4613 FT                         7 PM TUE     0.37
TAYLORSVILLE - 4514 FT                   7 PM TUE     0.36
SALT LAKE CITY - 5102 FT                 7 PM TUE     0.36
TRANS-JORDAN LANDFILL - 5201 FT          7 PM TUE     0.35
TAYLORSVILLE - 4593 FT                   7 PM TUE     0.35
SOUTH JORDAN - 4551 FT                   7 PM TUE     0.34
SALT LAKE CITY - 5305 FT                 7 PM TUE     0.34
TOOELE - 5070 FT                         5 PM TUE     0.33
STANSBURY PARK - 4300 FT                 8 AM TUE     0.33
TAYLORSVILLE-BENNION - 4594 FT           7 AM TUE     0.33
SALT LAKE CITY - 5088 FT                 7 AM TUE     0.32
HERRIMAN - 5062 FT                       7 PM TUE     0.31
RIVERTON - 4429 FT                       7 PM TUE     0.30
DRAPER - 4418 FT                         7 PM TUE     0.27
VERNON - 5639 FT                         6 PM TUE     0.20
SALT LAKE TRIAD CENTER - 4280 FT         5 PM TUE     0.11

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SARATOGA SPRINGS 1W - 7544 FT            7 PM TUE     0.51
LEHI - 4800 FT                           7 AM TUE     0.47
TICKVILLE - 5191 FT                      6 PM TUE     0.42
AMERICAN FORK - 4661 FT                  7 AM TUE     0.38
AMERICAN FORK - 4623 FT                  7 AM TUE     0.37
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4655 FT               7 PM TUE     0.32
PROVO BYU - 4570 FT                      5 PM TUE     0.26
LEHI - 4593 FT                           7 PM TUE     0.25
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT          7 PM TUE     0.23
SPANISH FORK - 4580 FT                   7 AM TUE     0.23
PLEASANT GROVE - 5200 FT                 6 PM TUE     0.21
OREM - 4728 FT                           7 PM TUE     0.19
PROVO - 4641 FT                          7 PM TUE     0.19
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4787 FT               7 PM TUE     0.18
SPANISH FORK - 4738 FT                   7 PM TUE     0.12
PROVO MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 4498 FT        7 PM TUE     0.11
LEVAN - 5290 FT                          5 PM TUE     0.08
SPANISH FORK POWER HOUSE - 4720 FT       5 PM TUE     0.03

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
BAKER LAB - 4294 FT                      7 PM TUE     1.03
ENGLISH VILLAGE - 4788 FT                7 PM TUE     0.87
TOWER GRID - 4346 FT                     7 PM TUE     0.79
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              7 PM TUE     0.75
WHITE SAGE - 4363 FT                     7 PM TUE     0.74
CLIFTON FLAT - 6384 FT                   6 PM TUE     0.74
CEDAR MOUNTAIN - 4650 FT                 6 PM TUE     0.73
ARAGONITE - 5030 FT                      6 PM TUE     0.70
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                    7 PM TUE     0.66
DITTO - 4345 FT                          7 PM TUE     0.63
CAMEL BACK MTN - 5077 FT                 7 PM TUE     0.61
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 7 PM TUE     0.60
BLUE CREEK - 5170 FT                     7 PM TUE     0.57
UTAH TEST RANGE - 4440 FT                5 PM TUE     0.56
PLAYA STATION - 4280 FT                  7 PM TUE     0.55
CALLAO - 4530 FT                         7 PM TUE     0.49
NW DECON PAD - 4380 FT                   7 PM TUE     0.47
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                   7 PM TUE     0.47
LOWER CEDAR MTN - 4495 FT                7 PM TUE     0.44
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        6 PM TUE     0.38
ROMEO & CENTERLINE - 4308 FT             7 PM TUE     0.37
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT                7 PM TUE     0.36
INTERSTATE 80 - 4125 FT                  7 PM TUE     0.35
TARGET S - 4349 FT                       7 PM TUE     0.34
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                7 PM TUE     0.31
CALLAO GATE - 4250 FT                    7 PM TUE     0.26
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT               7 PM TUE     0.25
SNOWVILLE (SOUTH) - 4812 FT              7 PM TUE     0.25
DURAND ROAD - 4538 FT                    7 PM TUE     0.20
TARGET R - 4311 FT                       7 PM TUE     0.13
WEST SALT FLATS - 4237 FT                7 PM TUE     0.12
SALT FLATS - 4265 FT                     7 PM TUE     0.11

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
SWANSONS ENV CENTER - 5700 FT            7 PM TUE     1.08
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        6 PM TUE     0.76
MORGAN - 5059 FT                         7 PM TUE     0.71
EDEN - 5337 FT                           5 PM TUE     0.57
MORGAN - 5092 FT                         7 AM TUE     0.53
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT        7 PM TUE     0.50
WANSHIP DAM - 5940 FT                    5 PM TUE     0.43
COALVILLE - 5673 FT                      7 PM TUE     0.40
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                     7 PM TUE     0.40
MORGAN UDOT - 5105 FT                    7 PM TUE     0.39
HEBER CITY - 5768 FT                     9 AM TUE     0.08

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
GARDEN CITY - 7615 FT                    7 PM TUE     2.00
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       7 PM TUE     1.22
LAKETOWN - 5980 FT                       5 PM TUE     1.14
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    6 PM TUE     1.13
LAKETOWN UDOT - 5991 FT                  7 PM TUE     0.99
GARDEN CITY - 5959 FT                    7 PM TUE     0.95
MANTUA - 5899 FT                         7 PM TUE     0.91
BLACKSMITH FORK - 5020 FT                6 PM TUE     0.89
LAKETOWN - 5959 FT                       7 PM TUE     0.81
EMIGRATION CANYON - 6024 FT              7 PM TUE     0.65
LOST CREEK NR CROYDEN - 5840 FT          6 PM TUE     0.61
HARDWARE RANCH - 5564 FT                 7 PM TUE     0.60
RANDOLPH UDOT - 6329 FT                  7 PM TUE     0.47
RANDOLPH - 6264 FT                       7 PM TUE     0.23

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
SUNDANCE - 7503 FT                       7 PM TUE     0.38
ALTA - BASE - 8560 FT                    7 PM TUE     0.38
ALTA - COLLINS - 9662 FT                 7 PM TUE     0.35
DEER VALLEY - ONTARIO - 9100 FT          7 PM TUE     0.18

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
MOON LAKE - 8150 FT                      7 PM TUE     0.77
YELLOWSTONE DRAINAGE - 7800 FT           7 PM TUE     0.62
YELLOWSTONE RIVER NR ALTONAH - 7506 FT   7 PM TUE     0.51
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           7 PM TUE     0.38
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         7 PM TUE     0.33
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         7 PM TUE     0.33
BEAR RIVER - 8536 FT                     7 PM TUE     0.31
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       6 PM TUE     0.25
WEBER RIVER NR OAKLEY 7NNE - 6653 FT     7 PM TUE     0.23
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        7 PM TUE     0.22
OAKLEY - 7800 FT                         7 PM TUE     0.20
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      7 PM TUE     0.15
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 7 PM TUE     0.13
HEBER CITY 10 ESE - 8305 FT              7 AM TUE     0.13

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
BAER #10 RED BULL - 8360 FT              7 PM TUE     0.62
MANTI - PORTABLE #1 - 6085 FT            6 PM TUE     0.33
HORSE RIDGE - 8480 FT                    7 PM TUE     0.23
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      7 PM TUE     0.15
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                    7 PM TUE     0.15

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      6 PM TUE     0.27
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT            7 PM TUE     0.23
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      6 PM TUE     0.20
ROOSEVELT - 5167 FT                      8 AM TUE     0.17
DUCHESNE - 5520 FT                       5 PM TUE     0.09

...CASTLE COUNTRY...
CARBON COUNTY AIRPORT - 5922 FT          7 PM TUE     0.14
WELLINGTON 3 E - 5400 FT                 5 PM TUE     0.10

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
SEVIER RESERVOIR - 5369 FT               6 PM TUE     0.13

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
TULE VALLEY - 5135 FT                    6 PM TUE     0.62
MUD SPRING - 5902 FT                     6 PM TUE     0.31
DELTA - 4635 FT                          7 PM TUE     0.22
OAK CITY - 5138 FT                       7 PM TUE     0.16
OAK CITY - 5135 FT                       7 PM TUE     0.16
FISH SPRINGS - 4282 FT                   7 PM TUE     0.12
OAK CITY - 5138 FT                       7 AM TUE     0.11
OAK CITY - 5135 FT                       7 AM TUE     0.11
SIXMILE RIDGE - 5075 FT                  7 AM TUE     0.06

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT      7 PM TUE     0.49
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        7 PM TUE     0.22
CEDAR CITY 6 NNW - 5462 FT              11 AM TUE     0.03

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ST GEORGE - 2612 FT                      7 PM TUE     0.20
LA VERKIN - 3234 FT                      7 AM TUE     0.15
ST. GEORGE - 2690 FT                     7 PM TUE     0.14
HURRICANE - 3239 FT                      8 AM TUE     0.13
ST GEORGE 4 NNW - 2849 FT                8 AM TUE     0.13
WASHINGTON - 2615 FT                     6 PM TUE     0.10

...SOUTH CENTRAL UTAH...
KANAB - 4940 FT                          5 PM TUE     0.55
KODACHROME BASIN PARK - 5810 FT          5 PM TUE     0.04
APPLE VALLEY - 4757 FT                   8 AM TUE     0.04

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
MUDDY CREEK NR EMERY - 6440 FT           7 PM TUE     0.17
FILLMORE PORT #1 - 6229 FT               6 PM TUE     0.10

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              6 PM TUE     0.61
TOM BEST SPRING - 7718 FT                7 PM TUE     0.32
AGUA CANYON - 8890 FT                    7 PM TUE     0.24
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      6 PM TUE     0.21
BRYCE CANYON - 7855 FT                   7 PM TUE     0.19
POWERHOUSE NR VEYO - 4600 FT             7 PM TUE     0.18
BUCK FLAT - 8000 FT                      6 PM TUE     0.17
BRYCE CANYON AIRPORT - 7585 FT           7 PM TUE     0.13
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      7 PM TUE     0.12
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      6 PM TUE     0.11
LARB HOLLOW - 8490 FT                    7 PM TUE     0.10
BADGER SPRING - 3990 FT                  6 PM TUE     0.10
LAVA POINT RAWS - 7890 FT                6 PM TUE     0.10
WILLOW GULCH - 6840 FT                   6 PM TUE     0.10
GARDNER PEAK - 8350 FT                   6 PM TUE     0.10
BOULDER - 7171 FT                        7 AM TUE     0.08

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         7 PM TUE     0.50
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT       7 PM TUE     0.24
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    6 PM TUE     0.23


$$



000
NOUS45 KSLC 200153
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
751 PM MDT TUE MAY 19 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS CONTINUE TO PRODUCE SIGNIFICANT RAIN
AMOUNTS...MAINLY NORTHERN UTAH AND SOUTHWEST WYOMING.

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
LOGAN RIVER ABV STATE DAM - 4805 FT      7 PM TUE     0.91
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     7 PM TUE     0.85
LOGAN - 4465 FT                          7 PM TUE     0.76
LOGAN GOLF - 4808 FT                     7 PM TUE     0.76
LOGAN - 4806 FT                          7 PM TUE     0.70
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          7 PM TUE     0.69
PROVIDENCE - 4528 FT                     8 AM TUE     0.68
LBW PARADISE - 4859 FT                   7 PM TUE     0.66
BENSON - 4428 FT                         8 AM TUE     0.65
PROVIDENCE - EVANS FARM - 4535 FT        7 PM TUE     0.56
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                  7 PM TUE     0.52
LOGAN DRAINAGE FARM - 4435 FT            7 PM TUE     0.51
LBW EXPFARM - 4498 FT                    7 PM TUE     0.49
LBW SOUTHFORK - 5095 FT                  7 PM TUE     0.46
LEWISTON - 4514 FT                       7 PM TUE     0.43
HYDE PARK - 4513 FT                      8 AM TUE     0.38
NORTH LOGAN - 4749 FT                    8 AM TUE     0.33

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BRIGHAM CITY - 4400 FT                   7 PM TUE     1.92
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                7 PM TUE     1.76
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                7 PM TUE     1.73
BRIGHAM CITY - 4230 FT                   5 PM TUE     1.40
BOUNTIFUL - 4760 FT                      7 PM TUE     1.18
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                   7 PM TUE     1.01
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                      7 PM TUE     1.00
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                 7 PM TUE     0.89
TREMONTON - 4331 FT                      7 PM TUE     0.83
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                       7 PM TUE     0.80
NORTHEAST OGDEN BENCH - 4560 FT          7 AM TUE     0.75
OGDEN - 4285 FT                          7 PM TUE     0.71
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    7 PM TUE     0.69
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT               7 PM TUE     0.68
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     7 PM TUE     0.60
LAYTON - 4770 FT                         7 PM TUE     0.57
SOUTH OGDEN - 4777 FT                    7 PM TUE     0.54
FARMINGTON - 4226 FT                     7 PM TUE     0.52
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                    7 PM TUE     0.52
CENTERVILLE - 4216 FT                    7 PM TUE     0.49
WEST BOUNTIFUL - 4231 FT                 9 AM TUE     0.49
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    7 PM TUE     0.48
CORINNE - 4238 FT                        7 PM TUE     0.45
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4590 FT                  7 PM TUE     0.44
LAYTON - 4468 FT                         7 PM TUE     0.43
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            7 PM TUE     0.41
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                      7 PM TUE     0.39
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       7 PM TUE     0.37
ROY - 4457 FT                            9 AM TUE     0.35
CLINTON - 4337 FT                        7 PM TUE     0.32
WEST POINT - 4350 FT                     7 PM TUE     0.29
ROY - 4373 FT                            7 PM TUE     0.26
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                       7 PM TUE     0.20
CLEARFIELD UDOT - 4685 FT                7 PM TUE     0.19

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
STANSBURY PARK - 4300 FT                 8 AM TUE     0.84
TOOELE 2 - 4318 FT                       7 PM TUE     0.75
HOLLADAY - 4344 FT                       7 PM TUE     0.56
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4317 FT               8 AM TUE     0.56
SANDY - 5161 FT                          7 PM TUE     0.55
DRAPER - 5052 FT                         7 PM TUE     0.55
WEST JORDAN - 4722 FT                    9 AM TUE     0.52
HOLLADAY - 4516 FT                       7 PM TUE     0.51
HOLLADAY - 4456 FT                       9 AM TUE     0.50
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS - 5230 FT             8 AM TUE     0.50
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT         7 PM TUE     0.48
NORTH HOLLADAY - 4600 FT                 7 PM TUE     0.44
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         7 PM TUE     0.44
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4281 FT               7 PM TUE     0.43
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                 7 PM TUE     0.42
MURRAY - 4290 FT                         7 PM TUE     0.42
SANDY - 4712 FT                          7 PM TUE     0.39
RIVERTON - 4480 FT                       7 PM TUE     0.38
SALT LAKE CITY - 4753 FT                 7 PM TUE     0.38
ROCKY - 5970 FT                          6 PM TUE     0.38
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                   7 PM TUE     0.37
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            7 PM TUE     0.37
KEARNS - 4613 FT                         7 PM TUE     0.37
TAYLORSVILLE - 4514 FT                   7 PM TUE     0.36
SALT LAKE CITY - 5102 FT                 7 PM TUE     0.36
TRANS-JORDAN LANDFILL - 5201 FT          7 PM TUE     0.35
TAYLORSVILLE - 4593 FT                   7 PM TUE     0.35
SOUTH JORDAN - 4551 FT                   7 PM TUE     0.34
SALT LAKE CITY - 5305 FT                 7 PM TUE     0.34
TOOELE - 5070 FT                         5 PM TUE     0.33
HERRIMAN - 5062 FT                       7 PM TUE     0.31
RIVERTON - 4429 FT                       7 PM TUE     0.30
DRAPER - 4418 FT                         7 PM TUE     0.27
VERNON - 5639 FT                         6 PM TUE     0.20
SALT LAKE TRIAD CENTER - 4280 FT         5 PM TUE     0.11

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SARATOGA SPRINGS 1W - 7544 FT            7 PM TUE     0.51
TICKVILLE - 5191 FT                      6 PM TUE     0.42
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4655 FT               7 PM TUE     0.32
PROVO BYU - 4570 FT                      5 PM TUE     0.26
LEHI - 4593 FT                           7 PM TUE     0.25
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT          7 PM TUE     0.23
PLEASANT GROVE - 5200 FT                 6 PM TUE     0.21
PROVO - 4641 FT                          7 PM TUE     0.19
OREM - 4728 FT                           7 PM TUE     0.19
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4787 FT               7 PM TUE     0.18
SPANISH FORK - 4738 FT                   7 PM TUE     0.12
PROVO MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 4498 FT        7 PM TUE     0.11

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
BAKER LAB - 4294 FT                      7 PM TUE     1.03
ENGLISH VILLAGE - 4788 FT                7 PM TUE     0.87
TOWER GRID - 4346 FT                     7 PM TUE     0.79
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              7 PM TUE     0.75
WHITE SAGE - 4363 FT                     7 PM TUE     0.74
CLIFTON FLAT - 6384 FT                   6 PM TUE     0.74
CEDAR MOUNTAIN - 4650 FT                 6 PM TUE     0.73
ARAGONITE - 5030 FT                      6 PM TUE     0.70
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                    7 PM TUE     0.66
DITTO - 4345 FT                          7 PM TUE     0.63
CAMEL BACK MTN - 5077 FT                 7 PM TUE     0.61
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 7 PM TUE     0.60
BLUE CREEK - 5170 FT                     7 PM TUE     0.57
UTAH TEST RANGE - 4440 FT                5 PM TUE     0.56
PLAYA STATION - 4280 FT                  7 PM TUE     0.55
CALLAO - 4530 FT                         7 PM TUE     0.49
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                   7 PM TUE     0.47
NW DECON PAD - 4380 FT                   7 PM TUE     0.47
LOWER CEDAR MTN - 4495 FT                7 PM TUE     0.44
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        6 PM TUE     0.38
ROMEO & CENTERLINE - 4308 FT             7 PM TUE     0.37
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT                7 PM TUE     0.36
INTERSTATE 80 - 4125 FT                  7 PM TUE     0.35
TARGET S - 4349 FT                       7 PM TUE     0.34
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                7 PM TUE     0.31
CALLAO GATE - 4250 FT                    7 PM TUE     0.26
SNOWVILLE (SOUTH) - 4812 FT              7 PM TUE     0.25
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT               7 PM TUE     0.25
DURAND ROAD - 4538 FT                    7 PM TUE     0.20
TARGET R - 4311 FT                       7 PM TUE     0.13
WEST SALT FLATS - 4237 FT                7 PM TUE     0.12
SALT FLATS - 4265 FT                     7 PM TUE     0.11

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
SWANSONS ENV CENTER - 5700 FT            7 PM TUE     1.08
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        6 PM TUE     0.76
MORGAN - 5059 FT                         7 PM TUE     0.71
EDEN - 5337 FT                           5 PM TUE     0.57
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT        7 PM TUE     0.50
WANSHIP DAM - 5940 FT                    5 PM TUE     0.43
COALVILLE - 5673 FT                      7 PM TUE     0.40
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                     7 PM TUE     0.40
MORGAN UDOT - 5105 FT                    7 PM TUE     0.39

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
GARDEN CITY - 7615 FT                    7 PM TUE     2.00
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       7 PM TUE     1.22
LAKETOWN - 5980 FT                       5 PM TUE     1.14
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    6 PM TUE     1.13
LAKETOWN UDOT - 5991 FT                  7 PM TUE     0.99
GARDEN CITY - 5959 FT                    7 PM TUE     0.95
MANTUA - 5899 FT                         7 PM TUE     0.91
BLACKSMITH FORK - 5020 FT                6 PM TUE     0.89
LAKETOWN - 5959 FT                       7 PM TUE     0.81
EMIGRATION CANYON - 6024 FT              7 PM TUE     0.65
LOST CREEK NR CROYDEN - 5840 FT          6 PM TUE     0.61
HARDWARE RANCH - 5564 FT                 7 PM TUE     0.60
RANDOLPH UDOT - 6329 FT                  7 PM TUE     0.47
RANDOLPH - 6264 FT                       7 PM TUE     0.23

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
SUNDANCE - 7503 FT                       7 PM TUE     0.38
ALTA - BASE - 8560 FT                    7 PM TUE     0.38
ALTA - COLLINS - 9662 FT                 7 PM TUE     0.35
DEER VALLEY - ONTARIO - 9100 FT          7 PM TUE     0.18

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
MOON LAKE - 8150 FT                      7 PM TUE     0.77
YELLOWSTONE DRAINAGE - 7800 FT           7 PM TUE     0.62
YELLOWSTONE RIVER NR ALTONAH - 7506 FT   7 PM TUE     0.51
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           7 PM TUE     0.38
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         7 PM TUE     0.33
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         7 PM TUE     0.33
BEAR RIVER - 8536 FT                     7 PM TUE     0.31
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       6 PM TUE     0.25
WEBER RIVER NR OAKLEY 7NNE - 6653 FT     7 PM TUE     0.23
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        7 PM TUE     0.22
OAKLEY - 7800 FT                         7 PM TUE     0.20
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      7 PM TUE     0.15
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 7 PM TUE     0.13

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
BAER #10 RED BULL - 8360 FT              7 PM TUE     0.62
MANTI - PORTABLE #1 - 6085 FT            6 PM TUE     0.33
HORSE RIDGE - 8480 FT                    7 PM TUE     0.23
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      7 PM TUE     0.15
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                    7 PM TUE     0.15

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      6 PM TUE     0.27
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT            7 PM TUE     0.23
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      6 PM TUE     0.20
ROOSEVELT - 5167 FT                      8 AM TUE     0.17
DUCHESNE - 5520 FT                       5 PM TUE     0.09

...CASTLE COUNTRY...
CARBON COUNTY AIRPORT - 5922 FT          7 PM TUE     0.14
WELLINGTON 3 E - 5400 FT                 5 PM TUE     0.10

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
SEVIER RESERVOIR - 5369 FT               6 PM TUE     0.13

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
TULE VALLEY - 5135 FT                    6 PM TUE     0.62
MUD SPRING - 5902 FT                     6 PM TUE     0.31
DELTA - 4635 FT                          7 PM TUE     0.22
OAK CITY - 5135 FT                       7 PM TUE     0.16
OAK CITY - 5138 FT                       7 PM TUE     0.16
FISH SPRINGS - 4282 FT                   7 PM TUE     0.12

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT      7 PM TUE     0.49
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        7 PM TUE     0.22

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ST GEORGE - 2612 FT                      7 PM TUE     0.20
ST. GEORGE - 2690 FT                     7 PM TUE     0.14
ST GEORGE 4 NNW - 2849 FT                8 AM TUE     0.13
HURRICANE - 3239 FT                      8 AM TUE     0.13
WASHINGTON - 2615 FT                     6 PM TUE     0.10

...SOUTH CENTRAL UTAH...
KANAB - 4940 FT                          5 PM TUE     0.55

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
MUDDY CREEK NR EMERY - 6440 FT           7 PM TUE     0.17
FILLMORE PORT #1 - 6229 FT               6 PM TUE     0.10

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              6 PM TUE     0.61
TOM BEST SPRING - 7718 FT                7 PM TUE     0.32
AGUA CANYON - 8890 FT                    7 PM TUE     0.24
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      6 PM TUE     0.21
BRYCE CANYON - 7855 FT                   7 PM TUE     0.19
POWERHOUSE NR VEYO - 4600 FT             7 PM TUE     0.18
BUCK FLAT - 8000 FT                      6 PM TUE     0.17
BRYCE CANYON AIRPORT - 7585 FT           7 PM TUE     0.13
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      7 PM TUE     0.12
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      6 PM TUE     0.11
LARB HOLLOW - 8490 FT                    7 PM TUE     0.10
BADGER SPRING - 3990 FT                  6 PM TUE     0.10
LAVA POINT RAWS - 7890 FT                6 PM TUE     0.10
GARDNER PEAK - 8350 FT                   6 PM TUE     0.10
WILLOW GULCH - 6840 FT                   6 PM TUE     0.10

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         7 PM TUE     0.50
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT       7 PM TUE     0.24
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    6 PM TUE     0.23


$$


000
NOUS45 KPUB 192229
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-192326

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
426 PM MDT TUE MAY 19 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 51
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 43
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 1.65
                    PEAK WIND: 31MPH FROM THE EAST AT 734AM
                    NEW DAILY RAINFALL RECORD. OLD RECORD 0.89 INCHES/1988.

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 47
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 39
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 1.58
                    PEAK WIND: 28MPH FROM THE SE AT 00:56AM
                    NEW DAILY RAINFALL RECORD. OLD RECORD 0.89 INCHES / 1983.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 60
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 39
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.89
                    PEAK WIND: 34MPH FROM THE SW AT 3:15PM
                    NEW DAILY RAINFALL RECORD. OLD RECORD 0.28 INCHES IN 1994.


$$


000
NOUS45 KPUB 192229
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-192326

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
426 PM MDT TUE MAY 19 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 51
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 43
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 1.65
                    PEAK WIND: 31MPH FROM THE EAST AT 734AM
                    NEW DAILY RAINFALL RECORD. OLD RECORD 0.89 INCHES/1988.

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 47
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 39
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 1.58
                    PEAK WIND: 28MPH FROM THE SE AT 00:56AM
                    NEW DAILY RAINFALL RECORD. OLD RECORD 0.89 INCHES / 1983.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 60
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 39
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.89
                    PEAK WIND: 34MPH FROM THE SW AT 3:15PM
                    NEW DAILY RAINFALL RECORD. OLD RECORD 0.28 INCHES IN 1994.


$$



000
NOUS45 KPUB 192229
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-192326

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
426 PM MDT TUE MAY 19 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 51
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 43
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 1.65
                    PEAK WIND: 31MPH FROM THE EAST AT 734AM
                    NEW DAILY RAINFALL RECORD. OLD RECORD 0.89 INCHES/1988.

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 47
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 39
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 1.58
                    PEAK WIND: 28MPH FROM THE SE AT 00:56AM
                    NEW DAILY RAINFALL RECORD. OLD RECORD 0.89 INCHES / 1983.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 60
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 39
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.89
                    PEAK WIND: 34MPH FROM THE SW AT 3:15PM
                    NEW DAILY RAINFALL RECORD. OLD RECORD 0.28 INCHES IN 1994.


$$



000
NOUS45 KPUB 192229
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-192326

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
426 PM MDT TUE MAY 19 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 51
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 43
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 1.65
                    PEAK WIND: 31MPH FROM THE EAST AT 734AM
                    NEW DAILY RAINFALL RECORD. OLD RECORD 0.89 INCHES/1988.

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 47
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 39
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 1.58
                    PEAK WIND: 28MPH FROM THE SE AT 00:56AM
                    NEW DAILY RAINFALL RECORD. OLD RECORD 0.89 INCHES / 1983.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 60
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 39
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.89
                    PEAK WIND: 34MPH FROM THE SW AT 3:15PM
                    NEW DAILY RAINFALL RECORD. OLD RECORD 0.28 INCHES IN 1994.


$$



000
NOUS45 KPUB 192229
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-192326

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
426 PM MDT TUE MAY 19 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 51
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 43
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 1.65
                    PEAK WIND: 31MPH FROM THE EAST AT 734AM
                    NEW DAILY RAINFALL RECORD. OLD RECORD 0.89 INCHES/1988.

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 47
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 39
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 1.58
                    PEAK WIND: 28MPH FROM THE SE AT 00:56AM
                    NEW DAILY RAINFALL RECORD. OLD RECORD 0.89 INCHES / 1983.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 60
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 39
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.89
                    PEAK WIND: 34MPH FROM THE SW AT 3:15PM
                    NEW DAILY RAINFALL RECORD. OLD RECORD 0.28 INCHES IN 1994.


$$



000
NOUS45 KFGZ 192217
PNSFGZ

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FLAGSTAFF AZ
315 PM MST TUE MAY 19 2015

...NOAA WEATHER RADIO MAINTENANCE AT GRAND CANYON WEDNESDAY
MORNING...

THE GRAND CANYON NOAA WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTER WILL BE OFF AIR FOR
MAINTENANCE WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 20TH, 2015. THE EXPECTED OUTAGE
TIME IS FROM 9 AM MST TO NOON MST.

$$


000
NOUS45 KFGZ 192217
PNSFGZ

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FLAGSTAFF AZ
315 PM MST TUE MAY 19 2015

...NOAA WEATHER RADIO MAINTENANCE AT GRAND CANYON WEDNESDAY
MORNING...

THE GRAND CANYON NOAA WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTER WILL BE OFF AIR FOR
MAINTENANCE WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 20TH, 2015. THE EXPECTED OUTAGE
TIME IS FROM 9 AM MST TO NOON MST.

$$



000
NOUS43 KJKL 192024 CCA
PNSJKL
KYZ107-110-113-118>120-251515-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...CORRECTION
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
423 PM EDT TUE MAY 19 2015

...PIKEVILLE AND HAZARD NOAA WEATHER TRANSMITTERS WILL HAVE PERIODS
OF INTERMITTENT LOW POWER...

WWG69 FROM PIKEVILLE...WHICH BROADCASTS ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.400
MHZ...WILL HAVE PERIODS OF INTERMITTENT LOW POWER THROUGH
FRIDAY...MAY 22ND...AS THE TOWER IS BEING PAINTED. KIH40 FROM
HAZARD...WHICH BROADCASTS ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.475 MHZ...WILL HAVE
PERIODS OF INTERMITTENT LOW POWER CONTINUING OVER THE NEXT 3 TO 4
WEEKS...WEATHER PERMITTING....WHILE TOWER WORK IS BEING PERFORMED.
THE TRANSMITTERS WILL BE SET TO LOW POWER TO LIMIT EXPOSURE OF THE
MAINTENANCE CREW TO RF RADIATION. THERE WILL ALSO BE OUTAGE PERIODS
WHEN THE CLIMBERS ARE IN CLOSE PROXIMITY TO THE ANTENNA.

OTHER TRANSMITTERS IN THE AREA THAT MAY BE USED INCLUDE...

WWG71 OUT OF MOREHEAD ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.425 MHZ...

WWG79 OUT OF WEST LIBERTY ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.450 MHZ...

WWG26 OUT OF JACKSON ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.425 MHZ...

WNG727 OUT OF IRVINE ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.475 MHZ....

WWG81 OUT OF PHELPS ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.500 MHZ...

WWG66 OUT OF MANCHESTER ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.400 MHZ...

AND  WWG68 OUT OF HARLAN ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.450 MHZ.

WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE THIS MAY CAUSE.

$$

TAB/CARICO

...CORRECTED EXPIRATION DATE...


000
NOUS43 KJKL 192024 CCA
PNSJKL
KYZ107-110-113-118>120-251515-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...CORRECTION
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
423 PM EDT TUE MAY 19 2015

...PIKEVILLE AND HAZARD NOAA WEATHER TRANSMITTERS WILL HAVE PERIODS
OF INTERMITTENT LOW POWER...

WWG69 FROM PIKEVILLE...WHICH BROADCASTS ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.400
MHZ...WILL HAVE PERIODS OF INTERMITTENT LOW POWER THROUGH
FRIDAY...MAY 22ND...AS THE TOWER IS BEING PAINTED. KIH40 FROM
HAZARD...WHICH BROADCASTS ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.475 MHZ...WILL HAVE
PERIODS OF INTERMITTENT LOW POWER CONTINUING OVER THE NEXT 3 TO 4
WEEKS...WEATHER PERMITTING....WHILE TOWER WORK IS BEING PERFORMED.
THE TRANSMITTERS WILL BE SET TO LOW POWER TO LIMIT EXPOSURE OF THE
MAINTENANCE CREW TO RF RADIATION. THERE WILL ALSO BE OUTAGE PERIODS
WHEN THE CLIMBERS ARE IN CLOSE PROXIMITY TO THE ANTENNA.

OTHER TRANSMITTERS IN THE AREA THAT MAY BE USED INCLUDE...

WWG71 OUT OF MOREHEAD ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.425 MHZ...

WWG79 OUT OF WEST LIBERTY ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.450 MHZ...

WWG26 OUT OF JACKSON ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.425 MHZ...

WNG727 OUT OF IRVINE ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.475 MHZ....

WWG81 OUT OF PHELPS ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.500 MHZ...

WWG66 OUT OF MANCHESTER ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.400 MHZ...

AND  WWG68 OUT OF HARLAN ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.450 MHZ.

WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE THIS MAY CAUSE.

$$

TAB/CARICO

...CORRECTED EXPIRATION DATE...



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NOUS41 KCAR 191757 CCA
PNSCAR

...NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK...

...SAFE NAVIGATION IN FOG...

THE FOLLOWING IS A SAFE BOATING MESSAGE FROM THE NATIONAL SAFE
BOATING COUNCIL AND THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE.

CHANCES ARE THAT WHEN YOU ARE ON THE WATER, YOU WILL AT LEAST
OCCASIONALLY ENCOUNTER REDUCED VISIBILITY IN FOG, AND YOU WILL NEED
TO KNOW HOW TO NAVIGATE THROUGH IT SAFELY. FOG FORMS WHEN AIR OVER A
WARM WATER SURFACE IS TRANSPORTED OVER A COLDER WATER SURFACE,
RESULTING IN COOLING AND CONDENSATION. FOG IS USUALLY CONSIDERED
DENSE IF IT REDUCES VISIBILITY TO LESS THAN ONE MILE. IT CAN FORM
QUICKLY AND CATCH BOATERS OFF GUARD. VISIBILITY CAN BE REDUCED TO A
FEW FEET, DISORIENTING BOATERS. LEARNING TO NAVIGATE THROUGH FOG (OR
AVOIDING IT) IS CRITICAL TO SAFE BOATING.

IF YOU ENCOUNTER FOG, NAVIGATE AT A SLOWER THAN NORMAL SPEED.
SLOWING DOWN WILL HELP YOU AVOID COLLISIONS. TURN ON ALL OF YOUR
RUNNING LIGHTS, EVEN IN DAYTIME.

LISTEN FOR SOUNDS OF OTHER BOATS THAT MAY BE NEAR YOU, OR FOR FOG
HORNS AND BELLS FROM NEARBY BUOYS. VHF NOAA WEATHER RADIO SHOULD
BROADCAST IMPORTANT INFORMATION CONCERNING THE FORMATION, MOVEMENT
OR DISSIPATION OF THE FOG. PAY CLOSE ATTENTION.

IF YOUR VESSEL HAS RADAR, IT CAN BE USED TO HELP YOU LOCATE DANGERS
THAT MAY BE AROUND YOU. USE GPS OR A NAVIGATION CHART TO HELP OBTAIN
A FIX ON YOUR LOCATION. IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO GET YOUR BEARINGS, STAY
PUT UNTIL THE FOG LIFTS BUT MAKE SURE YOU ARE IN A SAFE LOCATION.

BE FAMILIAR WITH HORN AND BELL SOUNDS THAT SHOULD BE PRODUCED TO
WARN OTHERS AROUND YOU WHEN IN DENSE FOG. HAVE A COMPASS AVAILABLE.
EVEN IF YOU DON`T KNOW WHERE YOU ARE IN THE FOG, WITH A COMPASS YOU
CAN DETERMINE THE DIRECTION YOU ARE NAVIGATING.

HTTP://WWW.NWS.NOAA.GOV/OS/MARINE/SAFEBOATING/FOG.SHTML


000
NOUS41 KCAR 191757 CCA
PNSCAR

...NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK...

...SAFE NAVIGATION IN FOG...

THE FOLLOWING IS A SAFE BOATING MESSAGE FROM THE NATIONAL SAFE
BOATING COUNCIL AND THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE.

CHANCES ARE THAT WHEN YOU ARE ON THE WATER, YOU WILL AT LEAST
OCCASIONALLY ENCOUNTER REDUCED VISIBILITY IN FOG, AND YOU WILL NEED
TO KNOW HOW TO NAVIGATE THROUGH IT SAFELY. FOG FORMS WHEN AIR OVER A
WARM WATER SURFACE IS TRANSPORTED OVER A COLDER WATER SURFACE,
RESULTING IN COOLING AND CONDENSATION. FOG IS USUALLY CONSIDERED
DENSE IF IT REDUCES VISIBILITY TO LESS THAN ONE MILE. IT CAN FORM
QUICKLY AND CATCH BOATERS OFF GUARD. VISIBILITY CAN BE REDUCED TO A
FEW FEET, DISORIENTING BOATERS. LEARNING TO NAVIGATE THROUGH FOG (OR
AVOIDING IT) IS CRITICAL TO SAFE BOATING.

IF YOU ENCOUNTER FOG, NAVIGATE AT A SLOWER THAN NORMAL SPEED.
SLOWING DOWN WILL HELP YOU AVOID COLLISIONS. TURN ON ALL OF YOUR
RUNNING LIGHTS, EVEN IN DAYTIME.

LISTEN FOR SOUNDS OF OTHER BOATS THAT MAY BE NEAR YOU, OR FOR FOG
HORNS AND BELLS FROM NEARBY BUOYS. VHF NOAA WEATHER RADIO SHOULD
BROADCAST IMPORTANT INFORMATION CONCERNING THE FORMATION, MOVEMENT
OR DISSIPATION OF THE FOG. PAY CLOSE ATTENTION.

IF YOUR VESSEL HAS RADAR, IT CAN BE USED TO HELP YOU LOCATE DANGERS
THAT MAY BE AROUND YOU. USE GPS OR A NAVIGATION CHART TO HELP OBTAIN
A FIX ON YOUR LOCATION. IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO GET YOUR BEARINGS, STAY
PUT UNTIL THE FOG LIFTS BUT MAKE SURE YOU ARE IN A SAFE LOCATION.

BE FAMILIAR WITH HORN AND BELL SOUNDS THAT SHOULD BE PRODUCED TO
WARN OTHERS AROUND YOU WHEN IN DENSE FOG. HAVE A COMPASS AVAILABLE.
EVEN IF YOU DON`T KNOW WHERE YOU ARE IN THE FOG, WITH A COMPASS YOU
CAN DETERMINE THE DIRECTION YOU ARE NAVIGATING.

HTTP://WWW.NWS.NOAA.GOV/OS/MARINE/SAFEBOATING/FOG.SHTML



000
NOUS41 KCAR 191756
PNSCAR

- KPWM 191755
WRKTUE

...NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK...

...SAFE NAVIGATION IN FOG...

THE FOLLOWING IS A SAFE BOATING MESSAGE FROM THE NATIONAL SAFE
BOATING COUNCIL AND THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE.

CHANCES ARE THAT WHEN YOU ARE ON THE WATER, YOU WILL AT LEAST
OCCASIONALLY ENCOUNTER REDUCED VISIBILITY IN FOG, AND YOU WILL NEED
TO KNOW HOW TO NAVIGATE THROUGH IT SAFELY. FOG FORMS WHEN AIR OVER A
WARM WATER SURFACE IS TRANSPORTED OVER A COLDER WATER SURFACE,
RESULTING IN COOLING AND CONDENSATION. FOG IS USUALLY CONSIDERED
DENSE IF IT REDUCES VISIBILITY TO LESS THAN ONE MILE. IT CAN FORM
QUICKLY AND CATCH BOATERS OFF GUARD. VISIBILITY CAN BE REDUCED TO A
FEW FEET, DISORIENTING BOATERS. LEARNING TO NAVIGATE THROUGH FOG (OR
AVOIDING IT) IS CRITICAL TO SAFE BOATING.

IF YOU ENCOUNTER FOG, NAVIGATE AT A SLOWER THAN NORMAL SPEED.
SLOWING DOWN WILL HELP YOU AVOID COLLISIONS. TURN ON ALL OF YOUR
RUNNING LIGHTS, EVEN IN DAYTIME.

LISTEN FOR SOUNDS OF OTHER BOATS THAT MAY BE NEAR YOU, OR FOR FOG
HORNS AND BELLS FROM NEARBY BUOYS. VHF NOAA WEATHER RADIO SHOULD
BROADCAST IMPORTANT INFORMATION CONCERNING THE FORMATION, MOVEMENT
OR DISSIPATION OF THE FOG. PAY CLOSE ATTENTION.

IF YOUR VESSEL HAS RADAR, IT CAN BE USED TO HELP YOU LOCATE DANGERS
THAT MAY BE AROUND YOU. USE GPS OR A NAVIGATION CHART TO HELP OBTAIN
A FIX ON YOUR LOCATION. IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO GET YOUR BEARINGS, STAY
PUT UNTIL THE FOG LIFTS BUT MAKE SURE YOU ARE IN A SAFE LOCATION.

BE FAMILIAR WITH HORN AND BELL SOUNDS THAT SHOULD BE PRODUCED TO
WARN OTHERS AROUND YOU WHEN IN DENSE FOG. HAVE A COMPASS AVAILABLE.
EVEN IF YOU DON`T KNOW WHERE YOU ARE IN THE FOG, WITH A COMPASS YOU
CAN DETERMINE THE DIRECTION YOU ARE NAVIGATING.

HTTP://WWW.NWS.NOAA.GOV/OS/MARINE/SAFEBOATING/FOG.SHTML



000
NOUS41 KCAR 191756
PNSCAR

- KPWM 191755
WRKTUE

...NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK...

...SAFE NAVIGATION IN FOG...

THE FOLLOWING IS A SAFE BOATING MESSAGE FROM THE NATIONAL SAFE
BOATING COUNCIL AND THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE.

CHANCES ARE THAT WHEN YOU ARE ON THE WATER, YOU WILL AT LEAST
OCCASIONALLY ENCOUNTER REDUCED VISIBILITY IN FOG, AND YOU WILL NEED
TO KNOW HOW TO NAVIGATE THROUGH IT SAFELY. FOG FORMS WHEN AIR OVER A
WARM WATER SURFACE IS TRANSPORTED OVER A COLDER WATER SURFACE,
RESULTING IN COOLING AND CONDENSATION. FOG IS USUALLY CONSIDERED
DENSE IF IT REDUCES VISIBILITY TO LESS THAN ONE MILE. IT CAN FORM
QUICKLY AND CATCH BOATERS OFF GUARD. VISIBILITY CAN BE REDUCED TO A
FEW FEET, DISORIENTING BOATERS. LEARNING TO NAVIGATE THROUGH FOG (OR
AVOIDING IT) IS CRITICAL TO SAFE BOATING.

IF YOU ENCOUNTER FOG, NAVIGATE AT A SLOWER THAN NORMAL SPEED.
SLOWING DOWN WILL HELP YOU AVOID COLLISIONS. TURN ON ALL OF YOUR
RUNNING LIGHTS, EVEN IN DAYTIME.

LISTEN FOR SOUNDS OF OTHER BOATS THAT MAY BE NEAR YOU, OR FOR FOG
HORNS AND BELLS FROM NEARBY BUOYS. VHF NOAA WEATHER RADIO SHOULD
BROADCAST IMPORTANT INFORMATION CONCERNING THE FORMATION, MOVEMENT
OR DISSIPATION OF THE FOG. PAY CLOSE ATTENTION.

IF YOUR VESSEL HAS RADAR, IT CAN BE USED TO HELP YOU LOCATE DANGERS
THAT MAY BE AROUND YOU. USE GPS OR A NAVIGATION CHART TO HELP OBTAIN
A FIX ON YOUR LOCATION. IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO GET YOUR BEARINGS, STAY
PUT UNTIL THE FOG LIFTS BUT MAKE SURE YOU ARE IN A SAFE LOCATION.

BE FAMILIAR WITH HORN AND BELL SOUNDS THAT SHOULD BE PRODUCED TO
WARN OTHERS AROUND YOU WHEN IN DENSE FOG. HAVE A COMPASS AVAILABLE.
EVEN IF YOU DON`T KNOW WHERE YOU ARE IN THE FOG, WITH A COMPASS YOU
CAN DETERMINE THE DIRECTION YOU ARE NAVIGATING.

HTTP://WWW.NWS.NOAA.GOV/OS/MARINE/SAFEBOATING/FOG.SHTML


000
NOUS41 KCAR 191756
PNSCAR

- KPWM 191755
WRKTUE

...NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK...

...SAFE NAVIGATION IN FOG...

THE FOLLOWING IS A SAFE BOATING MESSAGE FROM THE NATIONAL SAFE
BOATING COUNCIL AND THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE.

CHANCES ARE THAT WHEN YOU ARE ON THE WATER, YOU WILL AT LEAST
OCCASIONALLY ENCOUNTER REDUCED VISIBILITY IN FOG, AND YOU WILL NEED
TO KNOW HOW TO NAVIGATE THROUGH IT SAFELY. FOG FORMS WHEN AIR OVER A
WARM WATER SURFACE IS TRANSPORTED OVER A COLDER WATER SURFACE,
RESULTING IN COOLING AND CONDENSATION. FOG IS USUALLY CONSIDERED
DENSE IF IT REDUCES VISIBILITY TO LESS THAN ONE MILE. IT CAN FORM
QUICKLY AND CATCH BOATERS OFF GUARD. VISIBILITY CAN BE REDUCED TO A
FEW FEET, DISORIENTING BOATERS. LEARNING TO NAVIGATE THROUGH FOG (OR
AVOIDING IT) IS CRITICAL TO SAFE BOATING.

IF YOU ENCOUNTER FOG, NAVIGATE AT A SLOWER THAN NORMAL SPEED.
SLOWING DOWN WILL HELP YOU AVOID COLLISIONS. TURN ON ALL OF YOUR
RUNNING LIGHTS, EVEN IN DAYTIME.

LISTEN FOR SOUNDS OF OTHER BOATS THAT MAY BE NEAR YOU, OR FOR FOG
HORNS AND BELLS FROM NEARBY BUOYS. VHF NOAA WEATHER RADIO SHOULD
BROADCAST IMPORTANT INFORMATION CONCERNING THE FORMATION, MOVEMENT
OR DISSIPATION OF THE FOG. PAY CLOSE ATTENTION.

IF YOUR VESSEL HAS RADAR, IT CAN BE USED TO HELP YOU LOCATE DANGERS
THAT MAY BE AROUND YOU. USE GPS OR A NAVIGATION CHART TO HELP OBTAIN
A FIX ON YOUR LOCATION. IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO GET YOUR BEARINGS, STAY
PUT UNTIL THE FOG LIFTS BUT MAKE SURE YOU ARE IN A SAFE LOCATION.

BE FAMILIAR WITH HORN AND BELL SOUNDS THAT SHOULD BE PRODUCED TO
WARN OTHERS AROUND YOU WHEN IN DENSE FOG. HAVE A COMPASS AVAILABLE.
EVEN IF YOU DON`T KNOW WHERE YOU ARE IN THE FOG, WITH A COMPASS YOU
CAN DETERMINE THE DIRECTION YOU ARE NAVIGATING.

HTTP://WWW.NWS.NOAA.GOV/OS/MARINE/SAFEBOATING/FOG.SHTML



000
NOUS41 KCAR 191756
PNSCAR

- KPWM 191755
WRKTUE

...NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK...

...SAFE NAVIGATION IN FOG...

THE FOLLOWING IS A SAFE BOATING MESSAGE FROM THE NATIONAL SAFE
BOATING COUNCIL AND THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE.

CHANCES ARE THAT WHEN YOU ARE ON THE WATER, YOU WILL AT LEAST
OCCASIONALLY ENCOUNTER REDUCED VISIBILITY IN FOG, AND YOU WILL NEED
TO KNOW HOW TO NAVIGATE THROUGH IT SAFELY. FOG FORMS WHEN AIR OVER A
WARM WATER SURFACE IS TRANSPORTED OVER A COLDER WATER SURFACE,
RESULTING IN COOLING AND CONDENSATION. FOG IS USUALLY CONSIDERED
DENSE IF IT REDUCES VISIBILITY TO LESS THAN ONE MILE. IT CAN FORM
QUICKLY AND CATCH BOATERS OFF GUARD. VISIBILITY CAN BE REDUCED TO A
FEW FEET, DISORIENTING BOATERS. LEARNING TO NAVIGATE THROUGH FOG (OR
AVOIDING IT) IS CRITICAL TO SAFE BOATING.

IF YOU ENCOUNTER FOG, NAVIGATE AT A SLOWER THAN NORMAL SPEED.
SLOWING DOWN WILL HELP YOU AVOID COLLISIONS. TURN ON ALL OF YOUR
RUNNING LIGHTS, EVEN IN DAYTIME.

LISTEN FOR SOUNDS OF OTHER BOATS THAT MAY BE NEAR YOU, OR FOR FOG
HORNS AND BELLS FROM NEARBY BUOYS. VHF NOAA WEATHER RADIO SHOULD
BROADCAST IMPORTANT INFORMATION CONCERNING THE FORMATION, MOVEMENT
OR DISSIPATION OF THE FOG. PAY CLOSE ATTENTION.

IF YOUR VESSEL HAS RADAR, IT CAN BE USED TO HELP YOU LOCATE DANGERS
THAT MAY BE AROUND YOU. USE GPS OR A NAVIGATION CHART TO HELP OBTAIN
A FIX ON YOUR LOCATION. IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO GET YOUR BEARINGS, STAY
PUT UNTIL THE FOG LIFTS BUT MAKE SURE YOU ARE IN A SAFE LOCATION.

BE FAMILIAR WITH HORN AND BELL SOUNDS THAT SHOULD BE PRODUCED TO
WARN OTHERS AROUND YOU WHEN IN DENSE FOG. HAVE A COMPASS AVAILABLE.
EVEN IF YOU DON`T KNOW WHERE YOU ARE IN THE FOG, WITH A COMPASS YOU
CAN DETERMINE THE DIRECTION YOU ARE NAVIGATING.

HTTP://WWW.NWS.NOAA.GOV/OS/MARINE/SAFEBOATING/FOG.SHTML


000
NOUS41 KWBC 191705
PNSWSH

Technical Implementation Notice 15-xx
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
105 PM EDT Tue May 19 2015

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

From:    Timothy McClung
         Chief Operating Officer
         NWS Office of Science and Technology Integration

Subject: Upgrade to HIRES Window and Introduction of
         High-Resolution Ensemble Forecast: Effective
         June 30, 2015

Effective June 30, 2015, beginning with the 1200 Coordinated
Universal Time (UTC) run, the National Centers for Environmental
Prediction (NCEP) will upgrade the High-Resolution Window
Forecast System (HIRESW). This upgrade includes:

-Changes to the model components
-Increase in vertical resolution
-Modifications to parameterized physics
-New product fields
-File name changes
-New High-Resolution Ensemble Forecast (HREF) suite of products.

Model Changes:

The HIRESW model will be updated from Weather Research and
Forecasting (WRF) version 3.5 code to 3.6.1 code for the Advanced
Research WRF (ARW) member. The Nonhydrostatic Multiscale Model on
B-grid (NMMB) will be updated from a late 2013 to early 2015
version of the code, but it will retain the microphysics used
with the current HIRESW system.

The number of vertical levels will increase from 40 to 50 in both
the WRF-ARW and NMMB systems.

Physics Changes:

The WRF Single Moment 6-Class (WSM6) microphysics of the WRF-ARW
will be modified to decrease the amount of falling graupel, which
will leave more moisture for snow production in the anvil region.

Post-processing Changes:

Simulated radar reflectivity for the WRF-ARW model will now be
generated by the post-processing code rather than by the model
microphysics.  This change tends to reduce reflectivity at the
melting layer, which primarily impacts the composite
reflectivity.

Simulated reflectivity (instantaneous and hourly maximum) and
echo top height fields will be defined in this upgrade by the
nearest-neighbor value on the model grid rather than through
bilinear interpolation as was done previously.

The bitmapping of echo top heights for which no point in the
column has a sufficient value of reflectivity to define a height
will be removed.  A zero height value will be assigned instead.

Output Product Changes:

The order of records within the gridded output files will change
due to significant software changes in how the products are
produced.

The hourly maximum and minimum temperature and relative humidity
fields at 2 meters above ground will now be labeled in Grib2 as
temporal maxima and minima.

New fields only for 5 km output grids:

- Cloud ceiling height
- Simulated radar reflectivity at -10 C level

Changes to content of the 2.5-3 km NDFD output grids:

- Duplicate fields of surface height, land-sea mask, and Haines
Index in the three hourly files will be removed.

- A total cloud percentage will be uniformly defined for all
forecast hours.  This replaces a surface total cloud percentage
field that was previously only in three hourly files.

- The one and two hour old 2 m temperature and dew point
temperature fields will be included for forecasts valid at 00Z
and 12Z.  This was previously included for all three hourly
output except at those valid times.

-  A best (4 layer) lifted index field will be added to the three
hourly output.  This field was previously in the non-three hourly
output only.

- Precipitation type and 2 m temperature and dew point
temperature fields will be removed from the non-three hourly
output in the NMMB run over Hawaii.

- A bug that was leading to incomplete Guam output files every
six hours will be corrected.  The following fields will be added
to the incomplete Guam files:

Accumulated precipitation
Probability of wetting rain
Planetary Boundary Layer (PBL) depth
2 m dew point temperature
Surface wind gust
Height of lowest wet bulb 0 C temperature
Surface geopotential height
Surface pressure
Land-sea mask
Maximum and minimum 2 m relative humidity (RH)
Probability of precipitation
Composite reflectivity
Average PBL RH
Snow depth accumulation
2 m specific humidity
Maximum and minimum 2 m temperature
2 m temperatures
10 m U and V winds
Surface visibility
Average PBL wind direction
Average PBL wind speed
Accumulated snow water equivalent

File name changes:

The filenames of existing output files will change to a new
naming convention.  All output files will now have "hiresw" as
the leading character string.  Legacy "awpreg", "awp5km", and
"smart" strings will be discontinued.  For gridded output, the
output file grid spacing in kilometers will be provided in the
file name, with decimals represented by a "p" (2.5 km is 2p5km in
a file name).  Please reference Table 1 for all Grib2 file name
changes.

The BUFR output file names will also change, generally following
the same rules applied for the gridded output.  Please reference
Table 2 for all BUFR file name changes.

Addition of new BUFR Sounding Products:

BUFR sounding products will be made available for each HIRESW
domain.  The file names for these products will be:

hiresw.tCCz.domain[arw|nmmb].bufrsnd.tar.gz

where CC is the cycle (00 and 12 for CONUS, Guam, and Hawaii and
06 and 18 for Alaska and Puerto Rico)
and domain is conus, ak, guam, hi, or pr
In addition to the single monolithic files for each model run,
the BUFR output will also be split out by individual station.

The individual station files have names of the format:

domain[arw|nmmb]bufr.station.cycle

where domain is conus, ak, guam, hi, or pr
where station is the 6-digit identifier
and where cycle is the YYYYMMDDCC formatted time of the model
initial time (YYYY is the 4-digit year, MM is the month, DD is
the day, and CC is the cycle (00, 06, 12, 18)).

The new HREF products:

The new HREF is a set of probabilistic products generated from
the three most recent HIRESW model runs [both WRF-ARW and NMMB
members] and the five most recent North American Mesoscale (NAM)
model nest runs to create an 11 member time-lagged ensemble.  In
this initial implementation, products will be generated only for
the Contiguous United States (CONUS) domain.  Despite using the
same name, this product has very little in common with the HREF
output previously provided by HIRESW v5.

HREF products will be generated every 6 hours at 00Z, 06Z, 12Z,
and 18Z.  Mean, spread, and probability products will be produced
at 3 hour forecast intervals from 3 h to 36 h.

The file names for the mean, spread, and probability product
files will be:

href.tCCz.mean.fFF.grib2
href.tCCz.sprd.fFF.grib2
href.tCCz.prob.fFF.grib2

where CC is the cycle (00, 06, 12, 18)
and where FF is the forecast hour (03, 06, 09, ..., 30, 33, 36)

The contents of the mean and spread files will be:

Sea level pressure
500 hPa height
850 hPa height, temperature, U and V winds, and wind speed
700 hPa vertical velocity and relative humidity
500 hPa absolute vorticity
Precipitable water (column total)
Surface visibility
3 h accumulated precipitation
Cloud ceiling height
Surface vertical speed shear

The contents of the probability files will be:

1000 m AGL simulated reflectivity > 40 dBZ
Hourly maximum 1000 m AGL simulated reflectivity > 40 dBZ
Hourly maximum 2-5 km AGL updraft helicity > 25 m^2/s^2
Hourly maximum updraft over 400-1000 hPa layer (m/s) > (1, 5, 10)
Hourly maximum downdraft over 400-1000 hPa layer (m/s) >
 (1, 5 10)
Hourly maximum 10 m AGL U wind component > 15.4 m/s
Hourly maximum 10 m AGL V wind component > 15.4 m/s
Precipitable water (column total, kg/m^2) > (25, 37.5, 50)
Surface visibility (m) < (400, 800, 1600, 3200, 6400)
Column maximum (composite) simulated reflectivity (dBZ) > (10,
20, 30, 40, 50)
Echo top height (m) > (1000, 3000, 5000, 7600, 10000)
3 h precipitation (kg/m^2) > (0.24, 6.34, 12.4, 25.1, 50, 75)
Precipitation type: rain, freezing rain, ice pellets, snow
10 m AGL wind speed (m/s) > (10.3, 15.4, 20.6)
80 m AGL wind speed (m/s) > (10.3, 15.4, 20.6)
850 hPa wind speed (m/s) > (10.3, 20.6, 30.9, 41.2, 51.5)
500 hPa wind speed (m/s) > (10.3, 20.6, 30.9, 41.2, 51.5)
250 hPa wind speed (m/s) > (10.3, 20.6, 30.9, 41.2, 51.5)
Flight category (1-4)
Haines Index (2-5, 5-6, 6-7)
Cloud ceiling height (m) < (305, 610, 915, 1372, 1830, 3050)
Surface vertical speed shear (1/s) > 20
Wind speed over 300 to 850 hPa above ground < 5 m/s

Data Availability and Schedule Changes:

During the 2015 hurricane season, NCEP does not plan to reinstate
the preemption of HIRESW runs, but in subsequent years NCEP may
need to resume preemption based on resources in the NCEP
Production Suite.

The HIRESW data is currently available on the NWS FTP server, the
NCEP server, NOMADS, and on NOAAPORT.  The HREF products will
also be available on the NWS FTP server, the NCEP server, and
NOMADS, but they are not available on NOAAPORT.

Product delivery timing of current HIRESW products is not
expected to change as a result of this implementation, although
downscaled (2.5 to 3 km) output from the CONUS and AK domains
will be available somewhat earlier.  Currently it arrives as much
as 30 minutes later than the 5 km gridded output; with this
upgrade that delay will be reduced to about five minutes.

More information regarding the current operational HIRESW and
associated products can be found at:

http://www.emc.ncep.noaa.gov/mmb/mmbpll/nestpage_4km/

A consistent parallel feed of data is currently available on the
NCEP HTTP server at the following URL:

http://para.nomads.ncep.noaa.gov/pub/data/nccf/com/hiresw/para/

Table 1:  Grib2 File Name Changes

Contiguous United States (CONUS):
conus[arw|nmmb].tCCz.awp5kmfFF.grib2 ->
hiresw.tCCz.[arw|nmmb]_5km.fFF.conus.grib2
conus[arw|nmmb].tCCz.smartconusfFF.grib2 ->
hiresw.tCCz.[arw|nmmb]_2p5km.fFF.conus.grib2

Hawaii:
hi[arw|nmmb].tCCz.awpregfFF.grib2 ->
hiresw.tCCz.[arw|nmmb]_5km.fFF.hi.grib2
hi[arw|nmmb].tCCz.smarthifFF.grib2 ->
hiresw.tCCz.[arw|nmmb]_2p5km.fFF.hi.grib2

Puerto Rico:
pr[arw|nmmb].tCCz.awpregfFF.grib2 ->
hiresw.tCCz.[arw|nmmb]_5km.fFF.pr.grib2
pr[arw|nmmb].tCCz.smartprfFF.grib2 ->
hiresw.tCCz.[arw|nmmb]_2p5km.fFF.pr.grib2

Alaska:
ak[arw|nmmb].tCCz.awpregfFF.grib2 ->
hiresw.tCCz.[arw|nmmb]_5km.fFF.ak.grib2
ak[arw|nmmb].tCCz.smartakfFF.grib2 ->
hiresw.tCCz.[arw|nmmb]_3km.fFF.ak.grib2

Guam:
guam[arw|nmmb].tCCz.awpregfFF.grib2 ->
hiresw.tCCz.[arw|nmmb]_5km.fFF.guam.grib2
guam[arw|nmmb].tCCz.smartguamfFF.grib2 ->
hiresw.tCCz.[arw|nmmb]_2p5km.fFF.guam.grib2

where CC is the model cycle (00 or 12 for CONUS, Alaska, and Guam
domains and 06 or 18 for Hawaii and Puerto Rico domains)
and where FF is the forecast hour (00, 01, 02, ..., 46, 47, 48).

Table 2: BUFR File Name Changes

conusarw.tCCz.class1.bufr  -> hiresw.tCCz.conusarw.class1.bufr
conusnmmb.tCCz.class1.bufr -> hiresw.tCCz.conusnmmb.class1.bufr
hiarw.tCCz.class1.bufr     -> hiresw.tCCz.hiarw.class1.bufr
hinmmb.tCCz.class1.bufr    -> hiresw.tCCz.hinmmb.class1.bufr
prarw.tCCz.class1.bufr     -> hiresw.tCCz.prarw.class1.bufr
prnmmb.tCCz.class1.bufr    -> hiresw.tCCz.prnmmb.class1.bufr
akarw.tCCz.class1.bufr     -> hiresw.tCCz.akarw.class1.bufr
aknmmb.tCCz.class1.bufr    -> hiresw.tCCz.aknmmb.class1.bufr
guamarw.tCCz.class1.bufr   -> hiresw.tCCz.guamarw.class1.bufr
guamnmmb.tCCz.class1.bufr  -> hiresw.tCCz.guamnmmb.class1.bufr

where CC is the model cycle (00 or 12 for CONUS, Alaska, and Guam
domains and 06 or 18 for Hawaii and Puerto Rico domains).

NCEP encourages all users to ensure their decoders are flexible
and are able to adequately handle changes in content order,
changes in the scaling factor component within the product
definition section (PDS) of the GRIB files, and also any volume
changes which may be forthcoming. These elements may change with
future NCEP model implementations. NCEP will make every attempt
to alert users to these changes prior to any implementations.

For questions regarding these changes, please contact:

      Matthew Pyle
      NCEP/EMC, Mesoscale Modeling Branch
      College Park, Maryland
      Phone: 301-683-3687
      Email: Matthew.Pyle@noaa.gov
or
      Geoff DiMego
      NCEP/EMC, Mesoscale Modeling Branch
      College Park, Maryland
      Phone: 301-683-3764
      Email: Geoff.Dimego@noaa.gov

For questions regarding the dataflow aspects of these data sets,
please contact:

     Kelly Kempisty
     NCEP/NCO Dataflow Team
     College Park, Maryland
     Phone:  301-683-0567
     Email:  ncep.list.pmb-dataflow@noaa.gov

NWS National Technical Implementation Notices are online at:

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

$$



000
NOUS41 KWBC 191705
PNSWSH

Technical Implementation Notice 15-xx
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
105 PM EDT Tue May 19 2015

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

From:    Timothy McClung
         Chief Operating Officer
         NWS Office of Science and Technology Integration

Subject: Upgrade to HIRES Window and Introduction of
         High-Resolution Ensemble Forecast: Effective
         June 30, 2015

Effective June 30, 2015, beginning with the 1200 Coordinated
Universal Time (UTC) run, the National Centers for Environmental
Prediction (NCEP) will upgrade the High-Resolution Window
Forecast System (HIRESW). This upgrade includes:

-Changes to the model components
-Increase in vertical resolution
-Modifications to parameterized physics
-New product fields
-File name changes
-New High-Resolution Ensemble Forecast (HREF) suite of products.

Model Changes:

The HIRESW model will be updated from Weather Research and
Forecasting (WRF) version 3.5 code to 3.6.1 code for the Advanced
Research WRF (ARW) member. The Nonhydrostatic Multiscale Model on
B-grid (NMMB) will be updated from a late 2013 to early 2015
version of the code, but it will retain the microphysics used
with the current HIRESW system.

The number of vertical levels will increase from 40 to 50 in both
the WRF-ARW and NMMB systems.

Physics Changes:

The WRF Single Moment 6-Class (WSM6) microphysics of the WRF-ARW
will be modified to decrease the amount of falling graupel, which
will leave more moisture for snow production in the anvil region.

Post-processing Changes:

Simulated radar reflectivity for the WRF-ARW model will now be
generated by the post-processing code rather than by the model
microphysics.  This change tends to reduce reflectivity at the
melting layer, which primarily impacts the composite
reflectivity.

Simulated reflectivity (instantaneous and hourly maximum) and
echo top height fields will be defined in this upgrade by the
nearest-neighbor value on the model grid rather than through
bilinear interpolation as was done previously.

The bitmapping of echo top heights for which no point in the
column has a sufficient value of reflectivity to define a height
will be removed.  A zero height value will be assigned instead.

Output Product Changes:

The order of records within the gridded output files will change
due to significant software changes in how the products are
produced.

The hourly maximum and minimum temperature and relative humidity
fields at 2 meters above ground will now be labeled in Grib2 as
temporal maxima and minima.

New fields only for 5 km output grids:

- Cloud ceiling height
- Simulated radar reflectivity at -10 C level

Changes to content of the 2.5-3 km NDFD output grids:

- Duplicate fields of surface height, land-sea mask, and Haines
Index in the three hourly files will be removed.

- A total cloud percentage will be uniformly defined for all
forecast hours.  This replaces a surface total cloud percentage
field that was previously only in three hourly files.

- The one and two hour old 2 m temperature and dew point
temperature fields will be included for forecasts valid at 00Z
and 12Z.  This was previously included for all three hourly
output except at those valid times.

-  A best (4 layer) lifted index field will be added to the three
hourly output.  This field was previously in the non-three hourly
output only.

- Precipitation type and 2 m temperature and dew point
temperature fields will be removed from the non-three hourly
output in the NMMB run over Hawaii.

- A bug that was leading to incomplete Guam output files every
six hours will be corrected.  The following fields will be added
to the incomplete Guam files:

Accumulated precipitation
Probability of wetting rain
Planetary Boundary Layer (PBL) depth
2 m dew point temperature
Surface wind gust
Height of lowest wet bulb 0 C temperature
Surface geopotential height
Surface pressure
Land-sea mask
Maximum and minimum 2 m relative humidity (RH)
Probability of precipitation
Composite reflectivity
Average PBL RH
Snow depth accumulation
2 m specific humidity
Maximum and minimum 2 m temperature
2 m temperatures
10 m U and V winds
Surface visibility
Average PBL wind direction
Average PBL wind speed
Accumulated snow water equivalent

File name changes:

The filenames of existing output files will change to a new
naming convention.  All output files will now have "hiresw" as
the leading character string.  Legacy "awpreg", "awp5km", and
"smart" strings will be discontinued.  For gridded output, the
output file grid spacing in kilometers will be provided in the
file name, with decimals represented by a "p" (2.5 km is 2p5km in
a file name).  Please reference Table 1 for all Grib2 file name
changes.

The BUFR output file names will also change, generally following
the same rules applied for the gridded output.  Please reference
Table 2 for all BUFR file name changes.

Addition of new BUFR Sounding Products:

BUFR sounding products will be made available for each HIRESW
domain.  The file names for these products will be:

hiresw.tCCz.domain[arw|nmmb].bufrsnd.tar.gz

where CC is the cycle (00 and 12 for CONUS, Guam, and Hawaii and
06 and 18 for Alaska and Puerto Rico)
and domain is conus, ak, guam, hi, or pr
In addition to the single monolithic files for each model run,
the BUFR output will also be split out by individual station.

The individual station files have names of the format:

domain[arw|nmmb]bufr.station.cycle

where domain is conus, ak, guam, hi, or pr
where station is the 6-digit identifier
and where cycle is the YYYYMMDDCC formatted time of the model
initial time (YYYY is the 4-digit year, MM is the month, DD is
the day, and CC is the cycle (00, 06, 12, 18)).

The new HREF products:

The new HREF is a set of probabilistic products generated from
the three most recent HIRESW model runs [both WRF-ARW and NMMB
members] and the five most recent North American Mesoscale (NAM)
model nest runs to create an 11 member time-lagged ensemble.  In
this initial implementation, products will be generated only for
the Contiguous United States (CONUS) domain.  Despite using the
same name, this product has very little in common with the HREF
output previously provided by HIRESW v5.

HREF products will be generated every 6 hours at 00Z, 06Z, 12Z,
and 18Z.  Mean, spread, and probability products will be produced
at 3 hour forecast intervals from 3 h to 36 h.

The file names for the mean, spread, and probability product
files will be:

href.tCCz.mean.fFF.grib2
href.tCCz.sprd.fFF.grib2
href.tCCz.prob.fFF.grib2

where CC is the cycle (00, 06, 12, 18)
and where FF is the forecast hour (03, 06, 09, ..., 30, 33, 36)

The contents of the mean and spread files will be:

Sea level pressure
500 hPa height
850 hPa height, temperature, U and V winds, and wind speed
700 hPa vertical velocity and relative humidity
500 hPa absolute vorticity
Precipitable water (column total)
Surface visibility
3 h accumulated precipitation
Cloud ceiling height
Surface vertical speed shear

The contents of the probability files will be:

1000 m AGL simulated reflectivity > 40 dBZ
Hourly maximum 1000 m AGL simulated reflectivity > 40 dBZ
Hourly maximum 2-5 km AGL updraft helicity > 25 m^2/s^2
Hourly maximum updraft over 400-1000 hPa layer (m/s) > (1, 5, 10)
Hourly maximum downdraft over 400-1000 hPa layer (m/s) >
 (1, 5 10)
Hourly maximum 10 m AGL U wind component > 15.4 m/s
Hourly maximum 10 m AGL V wind component > 15.4 m/s
Precipitable water (column total, kg/m^2) > (25, 37.5, 50)
Surface visibility (m) < (400, 800, 1600, 3200, 6400)
Column maximum (composite) simulated reflectivity (dBZ) > (10,
20, 30, 40, 50)
Echo top height (m) > (1000, 3000, 5000, 7600, 10000)
3 h precipitation (kg/m^2) > (0.24, 6.34, 12.4, 25.1, 50, 75)
Precipitation type: rain, freezing rain, ice pellets, snow
10 m AGL wind speed (m/s) > (10.3, 15.4, 20.6)
80 m AGL wind speed (m/s) > (10.3, 15.4, 20.6)
850 hPa wind speed (m/s) > (10.3, 20.6, 30.9, 41.2, 51.5)
500 hPa wind speed (m/s) > (10.3, 20.6, 30.9, 41.2, 51.5)
250 hPa wind speed (m/s) > (10.3, 20.6, 30.9, 41.2, 51.5)
Flight category (1-4)
Haines Index (2-5, 5-6, 6-7)
Cloud ceiling height (m) < (305, 610, 915, 1372, 1830, 3050)
Surface vertical speed shear (1/s) > 20
Wind speed over 300 to 850 hPa above ground < 5 m/s

Data Availability and Schedule Changes:

During the 2015 hurricane season, NCEP does not plan to reinstate
the preemption of HIRESW runs, but in subsequent years NCEP may
need to resume preemption based on resources in the NCEP
Production Suite.

The HIRESW data is currently available on the NWS FTP server, the
NCEP server, NOMADS, and on NOAAPORT.  The HREF products will
also be available on the NWS FTP server, the NCEP server, and
NOMADS, but they are not available on NOAAPORT.

Product delivery timing of current HIRESW products is not
expected to change as a result of this implementation, although
downscaled (2.5 to 3 km) output from the CONUS and AK domains
will be available somewhat earlier.  Currently it arrives as much
as 30 minutes later than the 5 km gridded output; with this
upgrade that delay will be reduced to about five minutes.

More information regarding the current operational HIRESW and
associated products can be found at:

http://www.emc.ncep.noaa.gov/mmb/mmbpll/nestpage_4km/

A consistent parallel feed of data is currently available on the
NCEP HTTP server at the following URL:

http://para.nomads.ncep.noaa.gov/pub/data/nccf/com/hiresw/para/

Table 1:  Grib2 File Name Changes

Contiguous United States (CONUS):
conus[arw|nmmb].tCCz.awp5kmfFF.grib2 ->
hiresw.tCCz.[arw|nmmb]_5km.fFF.conus.grib2
conus[arw|nmmb].tCCz.smartconusfFF.grib2 ->
hiresw.tCCz.[arw|nmmb]_2p5km.fFF.conus.grib2

Hawaii:
hi[arw|nmmb].tCCz.awpregfFF.grib2 ->
hiresw.tCCz.[arw|nmmb]_5km.fFF.hi.grib2
hi[arw|nmmb].tCCz.smarthifFF.grib2 ->
hiresw.tCCz.[arw|nmmb]_2p5km.fFF.hi.grib2

Puerto Rico:
pr[arw|nmmb].tCCz.awpregfFF.grib2 ->
hiresw.tCCz.[arw|nmmb]_5km.fFF.pr.grib2
pr[arw|nmmb].tCCz.smartprfFF.grib2 ->
hiresw.tCCz.[arw|nmmb]_2p5km.fFF.pr.grib2

Alaska:
ak[arw|nmmb].tCCz.awpregfFF.grib2 ->
hiresw.tCCz.[arw|nmmb]_5km.fFF.ak.grib2
ak[arw|nmmb].tCCz.smartakfFF.grib2 ->
hiresw.tCCz.[arw|nmmb]_3km.fFF.ak.grib2

Guam:
guam[arw|nmmb].tCCz.awpregfFF.grib2 ->
hiresw.tCCz.[arw|nmmb]_5km.fFF.guam.grib2
guam[arw|nmmb].tCCz.smartguamfFF.grib2 ->
hiresw.tCCz.[arw|nmmb]_2p5km.fFF.guam.grib2

where CC is the model cycle (00 or 12 for CONUS, Alaska, and Guam
domains and 06 or 18 for Hawaii and Puerto Rico domains)
and where FF is the forecast hour (00, 01, 02, ..., 46, 47, 48).

Table 2: BUFR File Name Changes

conusarw.tCCz.class1.bufr  -> hiresw.tCCz.conusarw.class1.bufr
conusnmmb.tCCz.class1.bufr -> hiresw.tCCz.conusnmmb.class1.bufr
hiarw.tCCz.class1.bufr     -> hiresw.tCCz.hiarw.class1.bufr
hinmmb.tCCz.class1.bufr    -> hiresw.tCCz.hinmmb.class1.bufr
prarw.tCCz.class1.bufr     -> hiresw.tCCz.prarw.class1.bufr
prnmmb.tCCz.class1.bufr    -> hiresw.tCCz.prnmmb.class1.bufr
akarw.tCCz.class1.bufr     -> hiresw.tCCz.akarw.class1.bufr
aknmmb.tCCz.class1.bufr    -> hiresw.tCCz.aknmmb.class1.bufr
guamarw.tCCz.class1.bufr   -> hiresw.tCCz.guamarw.class1.bufr
guamnmmb.tCCz.class1.bufr  -> hiresw.tCCz.guamnmmb.class1.bufr

where CC is the model cycle (00 or 12 for CONUS, Alaska, and Guam
domains and 06 or 18 for Hawaii and Puerto Rico domains).

NCEP encourages all users to ensure their decoders are flexible
and are able to adequately handle changes in content order,
changes in the scaling factor component within the product
definition section (PDS) of the GRIB files, and also any volume
changes which may be forthcoming. These elements may change with
future NCEP model implementations. NCEP will make every attempt
to alert users to these changes prior to any implementations.

For questions regarding these changes, please contact:

      Matthew Pyle
      NCEP/EMC, Mesoscale Modeling Branch
      College Park, Maryland
      Phone: 301-683-3687
      Email: Matthew.Pyle@noaa.gov
or
      Geoff DiMego
      NCEP/EMC, Mesoscale Modeling Branch
      College Park, Maryland
      Phone: 301-683-3764
      Email: Geoff.Dimego@noaa.gov

For questions regarding the dataflow aspects of these data sets,
please contact:

     Kelly Kempisty
     NCEP/NCO Dataflow Team
     College Park, Maryland
     Phone:  301-683-0567
     Email:  ncep.list.pmb-dataflow@noaa.gov

NWS National Technical Implementation Notices are online at:

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

$$


000
NOUS41 KWBC 191705
PNSWSH

Technical Implementation Notice 15-xx
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
105 PM EDT Tue May 19 2015

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

From:    Timothy McClung
         Chief Operating Officer
         NWS Office of Science and Technology Integration

Subject: Upgrade to HIRES Window and Introduction of
         High-Resolution Ensemble Forecast: Effective
         June 30, 2015

Effective June 30, 2015, beginning with the 1200 Coordinated
Universal Time (UTC) run, the National Centers for Environmental
Prediction (NCEP) will upgrade the High-Resolution Window
Forecast System (HIRESW). This upgrade includes:

-Changes to the model components
-Increase in vertical resolution
-Modifications to parameterized physics
-New product fields
-File name changes
-New High-Resolution Ensemble Forecast (HREF) suite of products.

Model Changes:

The HIRESW model will be updated from Weather Research and
Forecasting (WRF) version 3.5 code to 3.6.1 code for the Advanced
Research WRF (ARW) member. The Nonhydrostatic Multiscale Model on
B-grid (NMMB) will be updated from a late 2013 to early 2015
version of the code, but it will retain the microphysics used
with the current HIRESW system.

The number of vertical levels will increase from 40 to 50 in both
the WRF-ARW and NMMB systems.

Physics Changes:

The WRF Single Moment 6-Class (WSM6) microphysics of the WRF-ARW
will be modified to decrease the amount of falling graupel, which
will leave more moisture for snow production in the anvil region.

Post-processing Changes:

Simulated radar reflectivity for the WRF-ARW model will now be
generated by the post-processing code rather than by the model
microphysics.  This change tends to reduce reflectivity at the
melting layer, which primarily impacts the composite
reflectivity.

Simulated reflectivity (instantaneous and hourly maximum) and
echo top height fields will be defined in this upgrade by the
nearest-neighbor value on the model grid rather than through
bilinear interpolation as was done previously.

The bitmapping of echo top heights for which no point in the
column has a sufficient value of reflectivity to define a height
will be removed.  A zero height value will be assigned instead.

Output Product Changes:

The order of records within the gridded output files will change
due to significant software changes in how the products are
produced.

The hourly maximum and minimum temperature and relative humidity
fields at 2 meters above ground will now be labeled in Grib2 as
temporal maxima and minima.

New fields only for 5 km output grids:

- Cloud ceiling height
- Simulated radar reflectivity at -10 C level

Changes to content of the 2.5-3 km NDFD output grids:

- Duplicate fields of surface height, land-sea mask, and Haines
Index in the three hourly files will be removed.

- A total cloud percentage will be uniformly defined for all
forecast hours.  This replaces a surface total cloud percentage
field that was previously only in three hourly files.

- The one and two hour old 2 m temperature and dew point
temperature fields will be included for forecasts valid at 00Z
and 12Z.  This was previously included for all three hourly
output except at those valid times.

-  A best (4 layer) lifted index field will be added to the three
hourly output.  This field was previously in the non-three hourly
output only.

- Precipitation type and 2 m temperature and dew point
temperature fields will be removed from the non-three hourly
output in the NMMB run over Hawaii.

- A bug that was leading to incomplete Guam output files every
six hours will be corrected.  The following fields will be added
to the incomplete Guam files:

Accumulated precipitation
Probability of wetting rain
Planetary Boundary Layer (PBL) depth
2 m dew point temperature
Surface wind gust
Height of lowest wet bulb 0 C temperature
Surface geopotential height
Surface pressure
Land-sea mask
Maximum and minimum 2 m relative humidity (RH)
Probability of precipitation
Composite reflectivity
Average PBL RH
Snow depth accumulation
2 m specific humidity
Maximum and minimum 2 m temperature
2 m temperatures
10 m U and V winds
Surface visibility
Average PBL wind direction
Average PBL wind speed
Accumulated snow water equivalent

File name changes:

The filenames of existing output files will change to a new
naming convention.  All output files will now have "hiresw" as
the leading character string.  Legacy "awpreg", "awp5km", and
"smart" strings will be discontinued.  For gridded output, the
output file grid spacing in kilometers will be provided in the
file name, with decimals represented by a "p" (2.5 km is 2p5km in
a file name).  Please reference Table 1 for all Grib2 file name
changes.

The BUFR output file names will also change, generally following
the same rules applied for the gridded output.  Please reference
Table 2 for all BUFR file name changes.

Addition of new BUFR Sounding Products:

BUFR sounding products will be made available for each HIRESW
domain.  The file names for these products will be:

hiresw.tCCz.domain[arw|nmmb].bufrsnd.tar.gz

where CC is the cycle (00 and 12 for CONUS, Guam, and Hawaii and
06 and 18 for Alaska and Puerto Rico)
and domain is conus, ak, guam, hi, or pr
In addition to the single monolithic files for each model run,
the BUFR output will also be split out by individual station.

The individual station files have names of the format:

domain[arw|nmmb]bufr.station.cycle

where domain is conus, ak, guam, hi, or pr
where station is the 6-digit identifier
and where cycle is the YYYYMMDDCC formatted time of the model
initial time (YYYY is the 4-digit year, MM is the month, DD is
the day, and CC is the cycle (00, 06, 12, 18)).

The new HREF products:

The new HREF is a set of probabilistic products generated from
the three most recent HIRESW model runs [both WRF-ARW and NMMB
members] and the five most recent North American Mesoscale (NAM)
model nest runs to create an 11 member time-lagged ensemble.  In
this initial implementation, products will be generated only for
the Contiguous United States (CONUS) domain.  Despite using the
same name, this product has very little in common with the HREF
output previously provided by HIRESW v5.

HREF products will be generated every 6 hours at 00Z, 06Z, 12Z,
and 18Z.  Mean, spread, and probability products will be produced
at 3 hour forecast intervals from 3 h to 36 h.

The file names for the mean, spread, and probability product
files will be:

href.tCCz.mean.fFF.grib2
href.tCCz.sprd.fFF.grib2
href.tCCz.prob.fFF.grib2

where CC is the cycle (00, 06, 12, 18)
and where FF is the forecast hour (03, 06, 09, ..., 30, 33, 36)

The contents of the mean and spread files will be:

Sea level pressure
500 hPa height
850 hPa height, temperature, U and V winds, and wind speed
700 hPa vertical velocity and relative humidity
500 hPa absolute vorticity
Precipitable water (column total)
Surface visibility
3 h accumulated precipitation
Cloud ceiling height
Surface vertical speed shear

The contents of the probability files will be:

1000 m AGL simulated reflectivity > 40 dBZ
Hourly maximum 1000 m AGL simulated reflectivity > 40 dBZ
Hourly maximum 2-5 km AGL updraft helicity > 25 m^2/s^2
Hourly maximum updraft over 400-1000 hPa layer (m/s) > (1, 5, 10)
Hourly maximum downdraft over 400-1000 hPa layer (m/s) >
 (1, 5 10)
Hourly maximum 10 m AGL U wind component > 15.4 m/s
Hourly maximum 10 m AGL V wind component > 15.4 m/s
Precipitable water (column total, kg/m^2) > (25, 37.5, 50)
Surface visibility (m) < (400, 800, 1600, 3200, 6400)
Column maximum (composite) simulated reflectivity (dBZ) > (10,
20, 30, 40, 50)
Echo top height (m) > (1000, 3000, 5000, 7600, 10000)
3 h precipitation (kg/m^2) > (0.24, 6.34, 12.4, 25.1, 50, 75)
Precipitation type: rain, freezing rain, ice pellets, snow
10 m AGL wind speed (m/s) > (10.3, 15.4, 20.6)
80 m AGL wind speed (m/s) > (10.3, 15.4, 20.6)
850 hPa wind speed (m/s) > (10.3, 20.6, 30.9, 41.2, 51.5)
500 hPa wind speed (m/s) > (10.3, 20.6, 30.9, 41.2, 51.5)
250 hPa wind speed (m/s) > (10.3, 20.6, 30.9, 41.2, 51.5)
Flight category (1-4)
Haines Index (2-5, 5-6, 6-7)
Cloud ceiling height (m) < (305, 610, 915, 1372, 1830, 3050)
Surface vertical speed shear (1/s) > 20
Wind speed over 300 to 850 hPa above ground < 5 m/s

Data Availability and Schedule Changes:

During the 2015 hurricane season, NCEP does not plan to reinstate
the preemption of HIRESW runs, but in subsequent years NCEP may
need to resume preemption based on resources in the NCEP
Production Suite.

The HIRESW data is currently available on the NWS FTP server, the
NCEP server, NOMADS, and on NOAAPORT.  The HREF products will
also be available on the NWS FTP server, the NCEP server, and
NOMADS, but they are not available on NOAAPORT.

Product delivery timing of current HIRESW products is not
expected to change as a result of this implementation, although
downscaled (2.5 to 3 km) output from the CONUS and AK domains
will be available somewhat earlier.  Currently it arrives as much
as 30 minutes later than the 5 km gridded output; with this
upgrade that delay will be reduced to about five minutes.

More information regarding the current operational HIRESW and
associated products can be found at:

http://www.emc.ncep.noaa.gov/mmb/mmbpll/nestpage_4km/

A consistent parallel feed of data is currently available on the
NCEP HTTP server at the following URL:

http://para.nomads.ncep.noaa.gov/pub/data/nccf/com/hiresw/para/

Table 1:  Grib2 File Name Changes

Contiguous United States (CONUS):
conus[arw|nmmb].tCCz.awp5kmfFF.grib2 ->
hiresw.tCCz.[arw|nmmb]_5km.fFF.conus.grib2
conus[arw|nmmb].tCCz.smartconusfFF.grib2 ->
hiresw.tCCz.[arw|nmmb]_2p5km.fFF.conus.grib2

Hawaii:
hi[arw|nmmb].tCCz.awpregfFF.grib2 ->
hiresw.tCCz.[arw|nmmb]_5km.fFF.hi.grib2
hi[arw|nmmb].tCCz.smarthifFF.grib2 ->
hiresw.tCCz.[arw|nmmb]_2p5km.fFF.hi.grib2

Puerto Rico:
pr[arw|nmmb].tCCz.awpregfFF.grib2 ->
hiresw.tCCz.[arw|nmmb]_5km.fFF.pr.grib2
pr[arw|nmmb].tCCz.smartprfFF.grib2 ->
hiresw.tCCz.[arw|nmmb]_2p5km.fFF.pr.grib2

Alaska:
ak[arw|nmmb].tCCz.awpregfFF.grib2 ->
hiresw.tCCz.[arw|nmmb]_5km.fFF.ak.grib2
ak[arw|nmmb].tCCz.smartakfFF.grib2 ->
hiresw.tCCz.[arw|nmmb]_3km.fFF.ak.grib2

Guam:
guam[arw|nmmb].tCCz.awpregfFF.grib2 ->
hiresw.tCCz.[arw|nmmb]_5km.fFF.guam.grib2
guam[arw|nmmb].tCCz.smartguamfFF.grib2 ->
hiresw.tCCz.[arw|nmmb]_2p5km.fFF.guam.grib2

where CC is the model cycle (00 or 12 for CONUS, Alaska, and Guam
domains and 06 or 18 for Hawaii and Puerto Rico domains)
and where FF is the forecast hour (00, 01, 02, ..., 46, 47, 48).

Table 2: BUFR File Name Changes

conusarw.tCCz.class1.bufr  -> hiresw.tCCz.conusarw.class1.bufr
conusnmmb.tCCz.class1.bufr -> hiresw.tCCz.conusnmmb.class1.bufr
hiarw.tCCz.class1.bufr     -> hiresw.tCCz.hiarw.class1.bufr
hinmmb.tCCz.class1.bufr    -> hiresw.tCCz.hinmmb.class1.bufr
prarw.tCCz.class1.bufr     -> hiresw.tCCz.prarw.class1.bufr
prnmmb.tCCz.class1.bufr    -> hiresw.tCCz.prnmmb.class1.bufr
akarw.tCCz.class1.bufr     -> hiresw.tCCz.akarw.class1.bufr
aknmmb.tCCz.class1.bufr    -> hiresw.tCCz.aknmmb.class1.bufr
guamarw.tCCz.class1.bufr   -> hiresw.tCCz.guamarw.class1.bufr
guamnmmb.tCCz.class1.bufr  -> hiresw.tCCz.guamnmmb.class1.bufr

where CC is the model cycle (00 or 12 for CONUS, Alaska, and Guam
domains and 06 or 18 for Hawaii and Puerto Rico domains).

NCEP encourages all users to ensure their decoders are flexible
and are able to adequately handle changes in content order,
changes in the scaling factor component within the product
definition section (PDS) of the GRIB files, and also any volume
changes which may be forthcoming. These elements may change with
future NCEP model implementations. NCEP will make every attempt
to alert users to these changes prior to any implementations.

For questions regarding these changes, please contact:

      Matthew Pyle
      NCEP/EMC, Mesoscale Modeling Branch
      College Park, Maryland
      Phone: 301-683-3687
      Email: Matthew.Pyle@noaa.gov
or
      Geoff DiMego
      NCEP/EMC, Mesoscale Modeling Branch
      College Park, Maryland
      Phone: 301-683-3764
      Email: Geoff.Dimego@noaa.gov

For questions regarding the dataflow aspects of these data sets,
please contact:

     Kelly Kempisty
     NCEP/NCO Dataflow Team
     College Park, Maryland
     Phone:  301-683-0567
     Email:  ncep.list.pmb-dataflow@noaa.gov

NWS National Technical Implementation Notices are online at:

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

$$


000
NOUS43 KSGF 191434
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-201434

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
934 AM CDT TUE MAY 19 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Douglas   Ava                    87  53   0.02
Benton    Edwards 6W             84  50   0.00
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            84  50   0.00
Barry     Roaring River SP       79  52   0.07
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            80  52   0.00
Webster   Niangua                80  50   0.00
Stone     Crane 4N               77  51   T
Ozark     Wasola 3S                       0.35
Morgan    Gravois Mills          76  45   0.00

$$






000
NOUS41 KPHI 191434
PNSPHI
DEZ001>004-MDZ008-012-015-019-020-020100-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MOUNT HOLLY NJ
1030 AM EDT TUE MAY 19 2015

...NOAA WEATHER RADIO ALL HAZARDS IS OFF THE AIR...

MAINTENANCE IS BEING PERFORMED AT THE SITE OF THE NOAA WEATHER RADIO
ALL HAZARDS TRANSMITTER AT ALLENTOWN, PA. THE TRANSMITTER WILL BE
OFF THE AIR WHILE THE MAINTENANCE IS BEING DONE. THANK YOU FOR YOUR
PATIENCE AND UNDERSTANDING REGARDING THIS OUTAGE.

$$

FRANCK


000
NOUS41 KPHI 191434
PNSPHI
DEZ001>004-MDZ008-012-015-019-020-020100-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MOUNT HOLLY NJ
1030 AM EDT TUE MAY 19 2015

...NOAA WEATHER RADIO ALL HAZARDS IS OFF THE AIR...

MAINTENANCE IS BEING PERFORMED AT THE SITE OF THE NOAA WEATHER RADIO
ALL HAZARDS TRANSMITTER AT ALLENTOWN, PA. THE TRANSMITTER WILL BE
OFF THE AIR WHILE THE MAINTENANCE IS BEING DONE. THANK YOU FOR YOUR
PATIENCE AND UNDERSTANDING REGARDING THIS OUTAGE.

$$

FRANCK



000
NOUS43 KLOT 191411
PNSLOT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHICAGO IL
900 AM CDT TUE MAY 19 2015

...MAY 16 THROUGH MAY 22 IS NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK...TODAYS
SUBJECT...SAFE NAVIGATION IN FOG...

THE FOLLOWING IS A SAFE BOATING MESSAGE FROM THE NATIONAL SAFE
BOATING COUNCIL AND THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FOR THIS YEARS
NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK.

CHANCES ARE THAT WHEN YOU ARE ON THE WATER...YOU WILL AT LEAST
OCCASIONALLY ENCOUNTER REDUCED VISIBILITY IN FOG...AND YOU WILL NEED
TO KNOW HOW TO NAVIGATE THROUGH IT SAFELY.  FOG FORMS WHEN AIR OVER
A WARM WATER SURFACE IS TRANSPORTED OVER A COLDER WATER
SURFACE...RESULTING IN COOLING AND CONDENSATION.  FOG IS USUALLY
CONSIDERED DENSE IF IT REDUCES VISIBILITY TO LESS THAN ONE MILE.  IT
CAN FORM QUICKLY AND CATCH BOATERS OFF GUARD. VISIBILITY CAN BE
REDUCED TO A FEW FEET...DISORIENTING BOATERS. LEARNING TO NAVIGATE
THROUGH FOG...OR AVOIDING IT...IS CRITICAL TO SAFE BOATING.

IF YOU ENCOUNTER FOG...NAVIGATE AT A SLOWER THAN NORMAL SPEED.
SLOWING DOWN WILL HELP YOU AVOID COLLISIONS.

TURN ON ALL OF YOUR RUNNING LIGHTS...EVEN IN DAYTIME.

LISTEN FOR SOUNDS OF OTHER BOATS THAT MAY BE NEAR YOU...OR FOR FOG
HORNS AND BELLS FROM NEARBY BUOYS.

VHF NOAA WEATHER RADIO SHOULD BROADCAST IMPORTANT INFORMATION
CONCERNING THE FORMATION...MOVEMENT OR DISSIPATION OF THE FOG.  PAY
CLOSE ATTENTION.

IF YOUR VESSEL HAS RADAR...IT CAN BE USED TO HELP YOU LOCATE DANGERS
THAT MAY BE AROUND YOU.

USE GPS OR A NAVIGATION CHART TO HELP OBTAIN A FIX ON YOUR LOCATION.

IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO GET YOUR BEARINGS...STAY PUT UNTIL THE FOG LIFTS
BUT MAKE SURE YOU ARE IN A SAFE LOCATION.

BE FAMILIAR WITH HORN AND BELL SOUNDS THAT SHOULD BE PRODUCED TO WARN
OTHERS AROUND YOU WHEN IN DENSE FOG.

HAVE A COMPASS AVAILABLE.  EVEN IF YOU DO NOT KNOW WHERE YOU IN A
FOG...WITH A COMPASS YOU CAN DETERMINE THE DIRECTION YOU ARE
NAVIGATING.

THIS MESSAGE WAS BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AND
THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING COUNCIL.  VISIT THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE ON THE WEB AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV AND THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING
COUNCIL AT WWW.SAFEBOATINGCOUNCIL.ORG.

$$



000
NOUS43 KGLD 191202
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT TUE MAY 19 2015

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

IN 1915, GOODLAND BEGINS A STRING OF 3 CONSECUTIVE DAYS WHERE SNOW
IS RECORDED. 3 INCHES FELL AT GOODLAND ON THIS DATE, WITH 1.5
INCHES AT COLBY. THE NEXT TWO DAYS BRING A TRACE OF SNOWFALL EACH
DAY AT BOTH LOCATIONS. UNOFFICIAL REPORTS TELL OF 5 INCHES OF SNOW
FALLING IN LOCATIONS NEAR GOODLAND. THIS MARKS THE LATEST DATE THAT
SNOW HAS EVER BEEN RECORDED AT GOODLAND.

IN 1982, IN YUMA COUNTY COLORADO A TORNADO RATED F2 ON THE FUJITA
SCALE CARVED A PATH 4 MILES LONG AND 200 YARDS WIDE. NO DAMAGE OR
INJURIES WERE REPORTED.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 191202
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT TUE MAY 19 2015

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

IN 1915, GOODLAND BEGINS A STRING OF 3 CONSECUTIVE DAYS WHERE SNOW
IS RECORDED. 3 INCHES FELL AT GOODLAND ON THIS DATE, WITH 1.5
INCHES AT COLBY. THE NEXT TWO DAYS BRING A TRACE OF SNOWFALL EACH
DAY AT BOTH LOCATIONS. UNOFFICIAL REPORTS TELL OF 5 INCHES OF SNOW
FALLING IN LOCATIONS NEAR GOODLAND. THIS MARKS THE LATEST DATE THAT
SNOW HAS EVER BEEN RECORDED AT GOODLAND.

IN 1982, IN YUMA COUNTY COLORADO A TORNADO RATED F2 ON THE FUJITA
SCALE CARVED A PATH 4 MILES LONG AND 200 YARDS WIDE. NO DAMAGE OR
INJURIES WERE REPORTED.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 191202
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT TUE MAY 19 2015

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

IN 1915, GOODLAND BEGINS A STRING OF 3 CONSECUTIVE DAYS WHERE SNOW
IS RECORDED. 3 INCHES FELL AT GOODLAND ON THIS DATE, WITH 1.5
INCHES AT COLBY. THE NEXT TWO DAYS BRING A TRACE OF SNOWFALL EACH
DAY AT BOTH LOCATIONS. UNOFFICIAL REPORTS TELL OF 5 INCHES OF SNOW
FALLING IN LOCATIONS NEAR GOODLAND. THIS MARKS THE LATEST DATE THAT
SNOW HAS EVER BEEN RECORDED AT GOODLAND.

IN 1982, IN YUMA COUNTY COLORADO A TORNADO RATED F2 ON THE FUJITA
SCALE CARVED A PATH 4 MILES LONG AND 200 YARDS WIDE. NO DAMAGE OR
INJURIES WERE REPORTED.

$$



000
NOUS42 KKEY 191200
PNSKEY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE KEY WEST FL
800 AM EDT TUE MAY 19 2015

...NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK MAY 16-22...

...TODAY`S TOPIC...SAFE NAVIGATION IN FOG...

THE FOLLOWING IS A SAFE BOATING MESSAGE FROM THE NATIONAL SAFE
BOATING COUNCIL AND THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE.

CHANCES ARE THAT WHEN YOU ARE ON THE WATER...YOU WILL AT LEAST
OCCASIONALLY ENCOUNTER REDUCED VISIBILITY IN FOG...AND YOU WILL NEED
TO KNOW HOW TO NAVIGATE THROUGH IT SAFELY. FOG FORMS WHEN AIR OVER A
WARM WATER SURFACE IS TRANSPORTED OVER A COLDER WATER SURFACE...
RESULTING IN COOLING AND CONDENSATION. FOG USUALLY IS CONSIDERED
DENSE IF IT REDUCES THE VISIBILITY TO LESS THAN ONE MILE. IT CAN
FORM QUICKLY AND CATCH BOATERS OFF GUARD. VISIBILITY CAN BE REDUCED
TO A FEW FEET...DISORIENTING BOATERS. LEARNING TO NAVIGATE THROUGH
FOG...OR AVOIDING IT...IS CRITICAL TO SAFE BOATING.

IF YOU ENCOUNTER FOG...NAVIGATE AT A SLOWER THAN NORMAL SPEED.
SLOWING DOWN WILL HELP YOU AVOID COLLISIONS.

TURN ON ALL OF YOUR RUNNING LIGHTS...EVEN IN DAYTIME.

LISTEN FOR SOUNDS OF OTHER BOATS THAT MAY BE NEAR YOU...OR FOR FOG
HORNS AND BELLS FROM NEARBY BUOYS.

VHF NOAA ALL HAZARDS WEATHER RADIO SHOULD BROADCAST IMPORTANT
INFORMATION CONCERNING THE FORMATION...MOVEMENT...OR DISSIPATION OF
THE FOG. PAY CLOSE ATTENTION.

IF YOUR VESSEL HAS RADAR...IT CAN BE USED TO HELP YOU LOCATE THE
DANGERS THAT MAY BE AROUND YOU.

USE GPS OR A NAVIGATION CHART TO HELP OBTAIN A FIX ON YOUR LOCATION.
IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO GET YOUR BEARINGS...STAY PUT UNTIL THE FOG
LIFTS BUT MAKE SURE YOU ARE IN A SAFE LOCATION.

BE FAMILIAR WITH HORN AND BELL SOUNDS THAT SHOULD BE PRODUCED TO
WARN OTHERS AROUND YOU WHEN IN A DENSE FOG.

HAVE A COMPASS AVAILABLE. EVEN IF YOU DO NOT KNOW WHERE YOU ARE IN
FOG...WITH A COMPASS YOU CAN DETERMINE THE DIRECTION YOU ARE
NAVIGATING.

THIS MESSAGE WAS BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AND
THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING COUNCIL. VISIT THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE ON THE WEB AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV AND THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING
COUNCIL AT WWW.SAFEBOATINGCOUNCIL.ORG.

$$

KASPER


000
NOUS42 KKEY 191200
PNSKEY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE KEY WEST FL
800 AM EDT TUE MAY 19 2015

...NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK MAY 16-22...

...TODAY`S TOPIC...SAFE NAVIGATION IN FOG...

THE FOLLOWING IS A SAFE BOATING MESSAGE FROM THE NATIONAL SAFE
BOATING COUNCIL AND THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE.

CHANCES ARE THAT WHEN YOU ARE ON THE WATER...YOU WILL AT LEAST
OCCASIONALLY ENCOUNTER REDUCED VISIBILITY IN FOG...AND YOU WILL NEED
TO KNOW HOW TO NAVIGATE THROUGH IT SAFELY. FOG FORMS WHEN AIR OVER A
WARM WATER SURFACE IS TRANSPORTED OVER A COLDER WATER SURFACE...
RESULTING IN COOLING AND CONDENSATION. FOG USUALLY IS CONSIDERED
DENSE IF IT REDUCES THE VISIBILITY TO LESS THAN ONE MILE. IT CAN
FORM QUICKLY AND CATCH BOATERS OFF GUARD. VISIBILITY CAN BE REDUCED
TO A FEW FEET...DISORIENTING BOATERS. LEARNING TO NAVIGATE THROUGH
FOG...OR AVOIDING IT...IS CRITICAL TO SAFE BOATING.

IF YOU ENCOUNTER FOG...NAVIGATE AT A SLOWER THAN NORMAL SPEED.
SLOWING DOWN WILL HELP YOU AVOID COLLISIONS.

TURN ON ALL OF YOUR RUNNING LIGHTS...EVEN IN DAYTIME.

LISTEN FOR SOUNDS OF OTHER BOATS THAT MAY BE NEAR YOU...OR FOR FOG
HORNS AND BELLS FROM NEARBY BUOYS.

VHF NOAA ALL HAZARDS WEATHER RADIO SHOULD BROADCAST IMPORTANT
INFORMATION CONCERNING THE FORMATION...MOVEMENT...OR DISSIPATION OF
THE FOG. PAY CLOSE ATTENTION.

IF YOUR VESSEL HAS RADAR...IT CAN BE USED TO HELP YOU LOCATE THE
DANGERS THAT MAY BE AROUND YOU.

USE GPS OR A NAVIGATION CHART TO HELP OBTAIN A FIX ON YOUR LOCATION.
IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO GET YOUR BEARINGS...STAY PUT UNTIL THE FOG
LIFTS BUT MAKE SURE YOU ARE IN A SAFE LOCATION.

BE FAMILIAR WITH HORN AND BELL SOUNDS THAT SHOULD BE PRODUCED TO
WARN OTHERS AROUND YOU WHEN IN A DENSE FOG.

HAVE A COMPASS AVAILABLE. EVEN IF YOU DO NOT KNOW WHERE YOU ARE IN
FOG...WITH A COMPASS YOU CAN DETERMINE THE DIRECTION YOU ARE
NAVIGATING.

THIS MESSAGE WAS BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AND
THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING COUNCIL. VISIT THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE ON THE WEB AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV AND THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING
COUNCIL AT WWW.SAFEBOATINGCOUNCIL.ORG.

$$

KASPER


000
NOUS42 KKEY 191200
PNSKEY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE KEY WEST FL
800 AM EDT TUE MAY 19 2015

...NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK MAY 16-22...

...TODAY`S TOPIC...SAFE NAVIGATION IN FOG...

THE FOLLOWING IS A SAFE BOATING MESSAGE FROM THE NATIONAL SAFE
BOATING COUNCIL AND THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE.

CHANCES ARE THAT WHEN YOU ARE ON THE WATER...YOU WILL AT LEAST
OCCASIONALLY ENCOUNTER REDUCED VISIBILITY IN FOG...AND YOU WILL NEED
TO KNOW HOW TO NAVIGATE THROUGH IT SAFELY. FOG FORMS WHEN AIR OVER A
WARM WATER SURFACE IS TRANSPORTED OVER A COLDER WATER SURFACE...
RESULTING IN COOLING AND CONDENSATION. FOG USUALLY IS CONSIDERED
DENSE IF IT REDUCES THE VISIBILITY TO LESS THAN ONE MILE. IT CAN
FORM QUICKLY AND CATCH BOATERS OFF GUARD. VISIBILITY CAN BE REDUCED
TO A FEW FEET...DISORIENTING BOATERS. LEARNING TO NAVIGATE THROUGH
FOG...OR AVOIDING IT...IS CRITICAL TO SAFE BOATING.

IF YOU ENCOUNTER FOG...NAVIGATE AT A SLOWER THAN NORMAL SPEED.
SLOWING DOWN WILL HELP YOU AVOID COLLISIONS.

TURN ON ALL OF YOUR RUNNING LIGHTS...EVEN IN DAYTIME.

LISTEN FOR SOUNDS OF OTHER BOATS THAT MAY BE NEAR YOU...OR FOR FOG
HORNS AND BELLS FROM NEARBY BUOYS.

VHF NOAA ALL HAZARDS WEATHER RADIO SHOULD BROADCAST IMPORTANT
INFORMATION CONCERNING THE FORMATION...MOVEMENT...OR DISSIPATION OF
THE FOG. PAY CLOSE ATTENTION.

IF YOUR VESSEL HAS RADAR...IT CAN BE USED TO HELP YOU LOCATE THE
DANGERS THAT MAY BE AROUND YOU.

USE GPS OR A NAVIGATION CHART TO HELP OBTAIN A FIX ON YOUR LOCATION.
IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO GET YOUR BEARINGS...STAY PUT UNTIL THE FOG
LIFTS BUT MAKE SURE YOU ARE IN A SAFE LOCATION.

BE FAMILIAR WITH HORN AND BELL SOUNDS THAT SHOULD BE PRODUCED TO
WARN OTHERS AROUND YOU WHEN IN A DENSE FOG.

HAVE A COMPASS AVAILABLE. EVEN IF YOU DO NOT KNOW WHERE YOU ARE IN
FOG...WITH A COMPASS YOU CAN DETERMINE THE DIRECTION YOU ARE
NAVIGATING.

THIS MESSAGE WAS BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AND
THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING COUNCIL. VISIT THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE ON THE WEB AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV AND THE NATIONAL SAFE BOATING
COUNCIL AT WWW.SAFEBOATINGCOUNCIL.ORG.

$$

KASPER



000
NOUS45 KSLC 191151
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
550 AM MDT TUE MAY 19 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...
24 HOUR PRECIPITATION TOTALS.

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.59
LBW PARADISE - 4859 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.46
LOGAN - 4465 FT                          5 AM TUE     0.39
LBW SOUTHFORK - 5095 FT                  5 AM TUE     0.37
LOGAN - 4806 FT                          5 AM TUE     0.33
LOGAN RIVER ABV STATE DAM - 4805 FT      5 AM TUE     0.32
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          5 AM TUE     0.28
LOGAN GOLF - 4808 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.27
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                  5 AM TUE     0.26
LEWISTON - 4514 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.24
LOGAN DRAINAGE FARM - 4435 FT            5 AM TUE     0.23
LBW EXPFARM - 4498 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.23
PROVIDENCE - EVANS FARM - 4535 FT        5 AM TUE     0.22

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.87
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.76
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                 5 AM TUE     0.73
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                5 AM TUE     0.72
TREMONTON - 4331 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.69
OGDEN - 4285 FT                          5 AM TUE     0.69
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT               5 AM TUE     0.66
BOUNTIFUL - 4760 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.65
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                5 AM TUE     0.64
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.54
SOUTH OGDEN - 4777 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.52
CENTERVILLE - 4216 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.48
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.48
CORINNE - 4238 FT                        5 AM TUE     0.42
LAYTON - 4770 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.42
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4590 FT                  5 AM TUE     0.41
FARMINGTON - 4226 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.41
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.37
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       5 AM TUE     0.35
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.33
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            5 AM TUE     0.32
CLINTON - 4337 FT                        5 AM TUE     0.32
LAYTON - 4468 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.29
WEST POINT - 4350 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.27
ROY - 4373 FT                            5 AM TUE     0.25
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.24
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.19
CLEARFIELD UDOT - 4685 FT                5 AM TUE     0.19
EAGLE LAKE - 4377 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.03

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
TOOELE 2 - 4318 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.72
HOLLADAY - 4344 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.56
HOLLADAY - 4516 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.51
SANDY - 5161 FT                          5 AM TUE     0.51
DRAPER - 5052 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.44
NORTH HOLLADAY - 4600 FT                 5 AM TUE     0.44
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         5 AM TUE     0.43
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT         5 AM TUE     0.42
MURRAY - 4290 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.42
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                 5 AM TUE     0.42
SANDY - 4712 FT                          5 AM TUE     0.38
ROCKY - 5970 FT                          4 AM TUE     0.38
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.37
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            5 AM TUE     0.37
SALT LAKE CITY - 4753 FT                 5 AM TUE     0.37
SALT LAKE CITY - 5102 FT                 5 AM TUE     0.36
TAYLORSVILLE - 4514 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.35
SOUTH JORDAN - 4551 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.34
RIVERTON - 4480 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.34
KEARNS - 4613 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.33
SALT LAKE CITY - 5305 FT                 5 AM TUE     0.33
MAGNA - 4400 FT                         12 AM TUE     0.33
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4281 FT               5 AM TUE     0.32
TAYLORSVILLE - 4593 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.31
TRANS-JORDAN LANDFILL - 5201 FT          5 AM TUE     0.29
RIVERTON - 4429 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.29
DRAPER - 4418 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.26
HERRIMAN - 5062 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.24
VERNON - 5639 FT                         4 AM TUE     0.22

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SARATOGA SPRINGS 1W - 7544 FT            5 AM TUE     0.49
TICKVILLE - 5191 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.41
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4655 FT               5 AM TUE     0.30
LEHI - 4593 FT                           5 AM TUE     0.24
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT          5 AM TUE     0.21
PLEASANT GROVE - 5200 FT                 4 AM TUE     0.20
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4787 FT               5 AM TUE     0.17
OREM - 4728 FT                           5 AM TUE     0.17
PROVO - 4641 FT                          5 AM TUE     0.15
PROVO MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 4498 FT        5 AM TUE     0.11
SPANISH FORK - 4738 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.10
SPANISH FORK - 4734 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.04
PAYSON - 4652 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.02

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
ENGLISH VILLAGE - 4788 FT                5 AM TUE     0.86
CEDAR MOUNTAIN - 4650 FT                 4 AM TUE     0.80
TOWER GRID - 4346 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.79
WHITE SAGE - 4363 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.73
BAKER LAB - 4294 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.64
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              5 AM TUE     0.62
CAMEL BACK MTN - 5077 FT                 5 AM TUE     0.61
DITTO - 4345 FT                          5 AM TUE     0.59
CLIFTON FLAT - 6384 FT                   4 AM TUE     0.58
PLAYA STATION - 4280 FT                  5 AM TUE     0.50
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.47
NW DECON PAD - 4380 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.45
ARAGONITE - 5030 FT                      4 AM TUE     0.45
BLUE CREEK - 5170 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.40
CALLAO - 4530 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.38
LOWER CEDAR MTN - 4495 FT                5 AM TUE     0.38
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.36
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 5 AM TUE     0.32
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                5 AM TUE     0.31
INTERSTATE 80 - 4125 FT                  5 AM TUE     0.30
ROMEO & CENTERLINE - 4308 FT             5 AM TUE     0.30
CALLAO GATE - 4250 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.26
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT                5 AM TUE     0.24
DURAND ROAD - 4538 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.20
TARGET S - 4349 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.15
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT               5 AM TUE     0.14
SNOWVILLE (SOUTH) - 4812 FT              5 AM TUE     0.13
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        4 AM TUE     0.13
TARGET R - 4311 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.12
SALT FLATS - 4265 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.08
WEST SALT FLATS - 4237 FT                5 AM TUE     0.08
VERNON CREEK NEAR VERNON 8SE - 6226 FT   4 AM TUE     0.06
WEST OF WILDCAT MTN - 4259 FT            5 AM TUE     0.05
CAUSEWAY - 4246 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
SWANSONS ENV CENTER - 5700 FT            5 AM TUE     1.04
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        4 AM TUE     0.70
MORGAN - 5059 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.59
MORGAN UDOT - 5105 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.35
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.34
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT        5 AM TUE     0.31
COALVILLE - 5673 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.16

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
GARDEN CITY - 7615 FT                    5 AM TUE     1.35
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.81
LAKETOWN UDOT - 5991 FT                  5 AM TUE     0.70
MANTUA - 5899 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.67
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    4 AM TUE     0.67
EMIGRATION CANYON - 6024 FT              5 AM TUE     0.65
GARDEN CITY - 5959 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.63
LAKETOWN - 5959 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.62
BLACKSMITH FORK - 5020 FT                4 AM TUE     0.50
HARDWARE RANCH - 5564 FT                 5 AM TUE     0.26
LOST CREEK NR CROYDEN - 5840 FT          4 AM TUE     0.20
RANDOLPH UDOT - 6329 FT                  5 AM TUE     0.19

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
ALTA - BASE - 8560 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.38
ALTA - COLLINS - 9662 FT                 5 AM TUE     0.34
SUNDANCE - 7503 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.25
DEER VALLEY - ONTARIO - 9100 FT          5 AM TUE     0.18

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
MOON LAKE - 8150 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.50
YELLOWSTONE DRAINAGE - 7800 FT           5 AM TUE     0.29
YELLOWSTONE RIVER NR ALTONAH - 7506 FT   5 AM TUE     0.22
WEBER RIVER NR OAKLEY 7NNE - 6653 FT     5 AM TUE     0.19
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 5 AM TUE     0.13
OAKLEY - 7800 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.11
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.11
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.10
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.10
BEAR RIVER - 8536 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.06
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       4 AM TUE     0.04
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        5 AM TUE     0.01
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           5 AM TUE     0.01

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
BAER #10 RED BULL - 8360 FT              5 AM TUE     0.29
MANTI - PORTABLE #1 - 6085 FT            5 AM TUE     0.25
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.15
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.06
HORSE RIDGE - 8480 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.05
BRUIN POINT - 10200 FT                   4 AM TUE     0.01

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      4 AM TUE     0.23
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.21
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT            5 AM TUE     0.20

...CASTLE COUNTRY...
CARBON COUNTY AIRPORT - 5922 FT          5 AM TUE     0.09

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
SAN RAFAEL NR GREEN RIVER - 4200 FT      5 AM TUE     0.01
GREEN RIVER - 4073 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.01

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
SEVIER RESERVOIR - 5369 FT               4 AM TUE     0.12

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
MUD SPRING - 5902 FT                     4 AM TUE     0.31
TULE VALLEY - 5135 FT                    4 AM TUE     0.28
DELTA - 4635 FT                          5 AM TUE     0.22
FISH SPRINGS - 4282 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.12
OAK CITY - 5135 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.11
OAK CITY - 5138 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.11
OAK CITY - 5138 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.11
DELTA MUNI AIRPORT - 4750 FT             5 AM TUE     0.02

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT      5 AM TUE     0.05
ENTERPRISE - 5384 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.03
ENTERPRISE - 5340 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.03
CEDAR CITY AIRPORT - 5627 FT             5 AM TUE     0.01
PAROWAN 10NW - 5820 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.01
CEDAR CITY - 5895 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.01
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        5 AM TUE     0.01

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ST GEORGE - 2612 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.20
ST. GEORGE - 2690 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.14
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.09
ZION NATIONAL PARK - 5741 FT             5 AM TUE     0.06
WHITE REEF - 3440 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.04
ST. GEORGE - 2861 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.01
FT PIERCE WASH NR ST. GEORGE - 2810 FT   5 AM TUE     0.01

...SOUTH CENTRAL UTAH...
TELEGRAPH FLAT - 5460 FT                 4 AM TUE     0.02

...GLEN CANYON RECREATION AREA/LAKE POWELL...
BULLFROG MARINA - 3700 FT                5 AM TUE     0.02

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
FILLMORE PORT #1 - 6229 FT               4 AM TUE     0.08
10 ESE OAK CITY - 7268 FT                5 AM TUE     0.06
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.03
GRASSY LAKE NR EPHRAIM - 8880 FT         5 AM TUE     0.03
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          4 AM TUE     0.03
MUDDY CREEK NR EMERY - 6440 FT           5 AM TUE     0.02
BLACK CEDAR - 6480 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.01
HORSE HOLLOW - 6010 FT                   4 AM TUE     0.01

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      4 AM TUE     0.21
TOM BEST SPRING - 7718 FT                5 AM TUE     0.17
POWERHOUSE NR VEYO - 4600 FT             5 AM TUE     0.17
BRYCE CANYON - 7855 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.13
BRYCE CANYON AIRPORT - 7585 FT           5 AM TUE     0.11
BADGER SPRING - 3990 FT                  4 AM TUE     0.10
WILLOW GULCH - 6840 FT                   4 AM TUE     0.10
GARDNER PEAK - 8350 FT                   4 AM TUE     0.10
LAVA POINT RAWS - 7890 FT                5 AM TUE     0.09
ASSAY - 8100 FT                          5 AM TUE     0.09
BUCK FLAT - 8000 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.09
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      4 AM TUE     0.08
AGUA CANYON - 8890 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.07
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 4 AM TUE     0.07
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.06
COAL CREEK NEAR CEDAR CITY 3E - 6017 FT  5 AM TUE     0.04
LARB HOLLOW - 8490 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.03
LOA - 7096 FT                            5 AM TUE     0.02
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              5 AM TUE     0.02
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              4 AM TUE     0.02

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT       5 AM TUE     0.09
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    4 AM TUE     0.07

$$

ROGOWSKI


000
NOUS45 KSLC 191151
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
550 AM MDT TUE MAY 19 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...
24 HOUR PRECIPITATION TOTALS.

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.59
LBW PARADISE - 4859 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.46
LOGAN - 4465 FT                          5 AM TUE     0.39
LBW SOUTHFORK - 5095 FT                  5 AM TUE     0.37
LOGAN - 4806 FT                          5 AM TUE     0.33
LOGAN RIVER ABV STATE DAM - 4805 FT      5 AM TUE     0.32
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          5 AM TUE     0.28
LOGAN GOLF - 4808 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.27
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                  5 AM TUE     0.26
LEWISTON - 4514 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.24
LOGAN DRAINAGE FARM - 4435 FT            5 AM TUE     0.23
LBW EXPFARM - 4498 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.23
PROVIDENCE - EVANS FARM - 4535 FT        5 AM TUE     0.22

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.87
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.76
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                 5 AM TUE     0.73
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                5 AM TUE     0.72
TREMONTON - 4331 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.69
OGDEN - 4285 FT                          5 AM TUE     0.69
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT               5 AM TUE     0.66
BOUNTIFUL - 4760 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.65
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                5 AM TUE     0.64
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.54
SOUTH OGDEN - 4777 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.52
CENTERVILLE - 4216 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.48
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.48
CORINNE - 4238 FT                        5 AM TUE     0.42
LAYTON - 4770 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.42
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4590 FT                  5 AM TUE     0.41
FARMINGTON - 4226 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.41
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.37
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       5 AM TUE     0.35
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.33
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            5 AM TUE     0.32
CLINTON - 4337 FT                        5 AM TUE     0.32
LAYTON - 4468 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.29
WEST POINT - 4350 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.27
ROY - 4373 FT                            5 AM TUE     0.25
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.24
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.19
CLEARFIELD UDOT - 4685 FT                5 AM TUE     0.19
EAGLE LAKE - 4377 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.03

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
TOOELE 2 - 4318 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.72
HOLLADAY - 4344 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.56
HOLLADAY - 4516 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.51
SANDY - 5161 FT                          5 AM TUE     0.51
DRAPER - 5052 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.44
NORTH HOLLADAY - 4600 FT                 5 AM TUE     0.44
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         5 AM TUE     0.43
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT         5 AM TUE     0.42
MURRAY - 4290 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.42
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                 5 AM TUE     0.42
SANDY - 4712 FT                          5 AM TUE     0.38
ROCKY - 5970 FT                          4 AM TUE     0.38
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.37
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            5 AM TUE     0.37
SALT LAKE CITY - 4753 FT                 5 AM TUE     0.37
SALT LAKE CITY - 5102 FT                 5 AM TUE     0.36
TAYLORSVILLE - 4514 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.35
SOUTH JORDAN - 4551 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.34
RIVERTON - 4480 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.34
KEARNS - 4613 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.33
SALT LAKE CITY - 5305 FT                 5 AM TUE     0.33
MAGNA - 4400 FT                         12 AM TUE     0.33
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4281 FT               5 AM TUE     0.32
TAYLORSVILLE - 4593 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.31
TRANS-JORDAN LANDFILL - 5201 FT          5 AM TUE     0.29
RIVERTON - 4429 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.29
DRAPER - 4418 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.26
HERRIMAN - 5062 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.24
VERNON - 5639 FT                         4 AM TUE     0.22

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SARATOGA SPRINGS 1W - 7544 FT            5 AM TUE     0.49
TICKVILLE - 5191 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.41
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4655 FT               5 AM TUE     0.30
LEHI - 4593 FT                           5 AM TUE     0.24
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT          5 AM TUE     0.21
PLEASANT GROVE - 5200 FT                 4 AM TUE     0.20
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4787 FT               5 AM TUE     0.17
OREM - 4728 FT                           5 AM TUE     0.17
PROVO - 4641 FT                          5 AM TUE     0.15
PROVO MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 4498 FT        5 AM TUE     0.11
SPANISH FORK - 4738 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.10
SPANISH FORK - 4734 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.04
PAYSON - 4652 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.02

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
ENGLISH VILLAGE - 4788 FT                5 AM TUE     0.86
CEDAR MOUNTAIN - 4650 FT                 4 AM TUE     0.80
TOWER GRID - 4346 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.79
WHITE SAGE - 4363 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.73
BAKER LAB - 4294 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.64
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              5 AM TUE     0.62
CAMEL BACK MTN - 5077 FT                 5 AM TUE     0.61
DITTO - 4345 FT                          5 AM TUE     0.59
CLIFTON FLAT - 6384 FT                   4 AM TUE     0.58
PLAYA STATION - 4280 FT                  5 AM TUE     0.50
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.47
NW DECON PAD - 4380 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.45
ARAGONITE - 5030 FT                      4 AM TUE     0.45
BLUE CREEK - 5170 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.40
CALLAO - 4530 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.38
LOWER CEDAR MTN - 4495 FT                5 AM TUE     0.38
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.36
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 5 AM TUE     0.32
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                5 AM TUE     0.31
INTERSTATE 80 - 4125 FT                  5 AM TUE     0.30
ROMEO & CENTERLINE - 4308 FT             5 AM TUE     0.30
CALLAO GATE - 4250 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.26
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT                5 AM TUE     0.24
DURAND ROAD - 4538 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.20
TARGET S - 4349 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.15
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT               5 AM TUE     0.14
SNOWVILLE (SOUTH) - 4812 FT              5 AM TUE     0.13
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        4 AM TUE     0.13
TARGET R - 4311 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.12
SALT FLATS - 4265 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.08
WEST SALT FLATS - 4237 FT                5 AM TUE     0.08
VERNON CREEK NEAR VERNON 8SE - 6226 FT   4 AM TUE     0.06
WEST OF WILDCAT MTN - 4259 FT            5 AM TUE     0.05
CAUSEWAY - 4246 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
SWANSONS ENV CENTER - 5700 FT            5 AM TUE     1.04
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        4 AM TUE     0.70
MORGAN - 5059 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.59
MORGAN UDOT - 5105 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.35
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.34
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT        5 AM TUE     0.31
COALVILLE - 5673 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.16

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
GARDEN CITY - 7615 FT                    5 AM TUE     1.35
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.81
LAKETOWN UDOT - 5991 FT                  5 AM TUE     0.70
MANTUA - 5899 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.67
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    4 AM TUE     0.67
EMIGRATION CANYON - 6024 FT              5 AM TUE     0.65
GARDEN CITY - 5959 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.63
LAKETOWN - 5959 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.62
BLACKSMITH FORK - 5020 FT                4 AM TUE     0.50
HARDWARE RANCH - 5564 FT                 5 AM TUE     0.26
LOST CREEK NR CROYDEN - 5840 FT          4 AM TUE     0.20
RANDOLPH UDOT - 6329 FT                  5 AM TUE     0.19

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
ALTA - BASE - 8560 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.38
ALTA - COLLINS - 9662 FT                 5 AM TUE     0.34
SUNDANCE - 7503 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.25
DEER VALLEY - ONTARIO - 9100 FT          5 AM TUE     0.18

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
MOON LAKE - 8150 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.50
YELLOWSTONE DRAINAGE - 7800 FT           5 AM TUE     0.29
YELLOWSTONE RIVER NR ALTONAH - 7506 FT   5 AM TUE     0.22
WEBER RIVER NR OAKLEY 7NNE - 6653 FT     5 AM TUE     0.19
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 5 AM TUE     0.13
OAKLEY - 7800 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.11
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.11
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.10
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.10
BEAR RIVER - 8536 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.06
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       4 AM TUE     0.04
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        5 AM TUE     0.01
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           5 AM TUE     0.01

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
BAER #10 RED BULL - 8360 FT              5 AM TUE     0.29
MANTI - PORTABLE #1 - 6085 FT            5 AM TUE     0.25
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.15
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.06
HORSE RIDGE - 8480 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.05
BRUIN POINT - 10200 FT                   4 AM TUE     0.01

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      4 AM TUE     0.23
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.21
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT            5 AM TUE     0.20

...CASTLE COUNTRY...
CARBON COUNTY AIRPORT - 5922 FT          5 AM TUE     0.09

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
SAN RAFAEL NR GREEN RIVER - 4200 FT      5 AM TUE     0.01
GREEN RIVER - 4073 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.01

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
SEVIER RESERVOIR - 5369 FT               4 AM TUE     0.12

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
MUD SPRING - 5902 FT                     4 AM TUE     0.31
TULE VALLEY - 5135 FT                    4 AM TUE     0.28
DELTA - 4635 FT                          5 AM TUE     0.22
FISH SPRINGS - 4282 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.12
OAK CITY - 5135 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.11
OAK CITY - 5138 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.11
OAK CITY - 5138 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.11
DELTA MUNI AIRPORT - 4750 FT             5 AM TUE     0.02

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT      5 AM TUE     0.05
ENTERPRISE - 5384 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.03
ENTERPRISE - 5340 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.03
CEDAR CITY AIRPORT - 5627 FT             5 AM TUE     0.01
PAROWAN 10NW - 5820 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.01
CEDAR CITY - 5895 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.01
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        5 AM TUE     0.01

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ST GEORGE - 2612 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.20
ST. GEORGE - 2690 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.14
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.09
ZION NATIONAL PARK - 5741 FT             5 AM TUE     0.06
WHITE REEF - 3440 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.04
ST. GEORGE - 2861 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.01
FT PIERCE WASH NR ST. GEORGE - 2810 FT   5 AM TUE     0.01

...SOUTH CENTRAL UTAH...
TELEGRAPH FLAT - 5460 FT                 4 AM TUE     0.02

...GLEN CANYON RECREATION AREA/LAKE POWELL...
BULLFROG MARINA - 3700 FT                5 AM TUE     0.02

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
FILLMORE PORT #1 - 6229 FT               4 AM TUE     0.08
10 ESE OAK CITY - 7268 FT                5 AM TUE     0.06
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.03
GRASSY LAKE NR EPHRAIM - 8880 FT         5 AM TUE     0.03
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          4 AM TUE     0.03
MUDDY CREEK NR EMERY - 6440 FT           5 AM TUE     0.02
BLACK CEDAR - 6480 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.01
HORSE HOLLOW - 6010 FT                   4 AM TUE     0.01

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      4 AM TUE     0.21
TOM BEST SPRING - 7718 FT                5 AM TUE     0.17
POWERHOUSE NR VEYO - 4600 FT             5 AM TUE     0.17
BRYCE CANYON - 7855 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.13
BRYCE CANYON AIRPORT - 7585 FT           5 AM TUE     0.11
BADGER SPRING - 3990 FT                  4 AM TUE     0.10
WILLOW GULCH - 6840 FT                   4 AM TUE     0.10
GARDNER PEAK - 8350 FT                   4 AM TUE     0.10
LAVA POINT RAWS - 7890 FT                5 AM TUE     0.09
ASSAY - 8100 FT                          5 AM TUE     0.09
BUCK FLAT - 8000 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.09
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      4 AM TUE     0.08
AGUA CANYON - 8890 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.07
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 4 AM TUE     0.07
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.06
COAL CREEK NEAR CEDAR CITY 3E - 6017 FT  5 AM TUE     0.04
LARB HOLLOW - 8490 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.03
LOA - 7096 FT                            5 AM TUE     0.02
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              5 AM TUE     0.02
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              4 AM TUE     0.02

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT       5 AM TUE     0.09
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    4 AM TUE     0.07

$$

ROGOWSKI



000
NOUS45 KSLC 191151
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
550 AM MDT TUE MAY 19 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...
24 HOUR PRECIPITATION TOTALS.

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.59
LBW PARADISE - 4859 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.46
LOGAN - 4465 FT                          5 AM TUE     0.39
LBW SOUTHFORK - 5095 FT                  5 AM TUE     0.37
LOGAN - 4806 FT                          5 AM TUE     0.33
LOGAN RIVER ABV STATE DAM - 4805 FT      5 AM TUE     0.32
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          5 AM TUE     0.28
LOGAN GOLF - 4808 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.27
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                  5 AM TUE     0.26
LEWISTON - 4514 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.24
LOGAN DRAINAGE FARM - 4435 FT            5 AM TUE     0.23
LBW EXPFARM - 4498 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.23
PROVIDENCE - EVANS FARM - 4535 FT        5 AM TUE     0.22

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.87
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.76
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                 5 AM TUE     0.73
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                5 AM TUE     0.72
TREMONTON - 4331 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.69
OGDEN - 4285 FT                          5 AM TUE     0.69
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT               5 AM TUE     0.66
BOUNTIFUL - 4760 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.65
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                5 AM TUE     0.64
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.54
SOUTH OGDEN - 4777 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.52
CENTERVILLE - 4216 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.48
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.48
CORINNE - 4238 FT                        5 AM TUE     0.42
LAYTON - 4770 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.42
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4590 FT                  5 AM TUE     0.41
FARMINGTON - 4226 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.41
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.37
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       5 AM TUE     0.35
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.33
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            5 AM TUE     0.32
CLINTON - 4337 FT                        5 AM TUE     0.32
LAYTON - 4468 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.29
WEST POINT - 4350 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.27
ROY - 4373 FT                            5 AM TUE     0.25
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.24
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.19
CLEARFIELD UDOT - 4685 FT                5 AM TUE     0.19
EAGLE LAKE - 4377 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.03

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
TOOELE 2 - 4318 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.72
HOLLADAY - 4344 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.56
HOLLADAY - 4516 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.51
SANDY - 5161 FT                          5 AM TUE     0.51
DRAPER - 5052 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.44
NORTH HOLLADAY - 4600 FT                 5 AM TUE     0.44
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         5 AM TUE     0.43
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT         5 AM TUE     0.42
MURRAY - 4290 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.42
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                 5 AM TUE     0.42
SANDY - 4712 FT                          5 AM TUE     0.38
ROCKY - 5970 FT                          4 AM TUE     0.38
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.37
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            5 AM TUE     0.37
SALT LAKE CITY - 4753 FT                 5 AM TUE     0.37
SALT LAKE CITY - 5102 FT                 5 AM TUE     0.36
TAYLORSVILLE - 4514 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.35
SOUTH JORDAN - 4551 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.34
RIVERTON - 4480 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.34
KEARNS - 4613 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.33
SALT LAKE CITY - 5305 FT                 5 AM TUE     0.33
MAGNA - 4400 FT                         12 AM TUE     0.33
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4281 FT               5 AM TUE     0.32
TAYLORSVILLE - 4593 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.31
TRANS-JORDAN LANDFILL - 5201 FT          5 AM TUE     0.29
RIVERTON - 4429 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.29
DRAPER - 4418 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.26
HERRIMAN - 5062 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.24
VERNON - 5639 FT                         4 AM TUE     0.22

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SARATOGA SPRINGS 1W - 7544 FT            5 AM TUE     0.49
TICKVILLE - 5191 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.41
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4655 FT               5 AM TUE     0.30
LEHI - 4593 FT                           5 AM TUE     0.24
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT          5 AM TUE     0.21
PLEASANT GROVE - 5200 FT                 4 AM TUE     0.20
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4787 FT               5 AM TUE     0.17
OREM - 4728 FT                           5 AM TUE     0.17
PROVO - 4641 FT                          5 AM TUE     0.15
PROVO MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 4498 FT        5 AM TUE     0.11
SPANISH FORK - 4738 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.10
SPANISH FORK - 4734 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.04
PAYSON - 4652 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.02

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
ENGLISH VILLAGE - 4788 FT                5 AM TUE     0.86
CEDAR MOUNTAIN - 4650 FT                 4 AM TUE     0.80
TOWER GRID - 4346 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.79
WHITE SAGE - 4363 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.73
BAKER LAB - 4294 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.64
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              5 AM TUE     0.62
CAMEL BACK MTN - 5077 FT                 5 AM TUE     0.61
DITTO - 4345 FT                          5 AM TUE     0.59
CLIFTON FLAT - 6384 FT                   4 AM TUE     0.58
PLAYA STATION - 4280 FT                  5 AM TUE     0.50
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.47
NW DECON PAD - 4380 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.45
ARAGONITE - 5030 FT                      4 AM TUE     0.45
BLUE CREEK - 5170 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.40
CALLAO - 4530 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.38
LOWER CEDAR MTN - 4495 FT                5 AM TUE     0.38
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.36
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 5 AM TUE     0.32
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                5 AM TUE     0.31
INTERSTATE 80 - 4125 FT                  5 AM TUE     0.30
ROMEO & CENTERLINE - 4308 FT             5 AM TUE     0.30
CALLAO GATE - 4250 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.26
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT                5 AM TUE     0.24
DURAND ROAD - 4538 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.20
TARGET S - 4349 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.15
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT               5 AM TUE     0.14
SNOWVILLE (SOUTH) - 4812 FT              5 AM TUE     0.13
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        4 AM TUE     0.13
TARGET R - 4311 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.12
SALT FLATS - 4265 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.08
WEST SALT FLATS - 4237 FT                5 AM TUE     0.08
VERNON CREEK NEAR VERNON 8SE - 6226 FT   4 AM TUE     0.06
WEST OF WILDCAT MTN - 4259 FT            5 AM TUE     0.05
CAUSEWAY - 4246 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
SWANSONS ENV CENTER - 5700 FT            5 AM TUE     1.04
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        4 AM TUE     0.70
MORGAN - 5059 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.59
MORGAN UDOT - 5105 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.35
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.34
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT        5 AM TUE     0.31
COALVILLE - 5673 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.16

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
GARDEN CITY - 7615 FT                    5 AM TUE     1.35
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.81
LAKETOWN UDOT - 5991 FT                  5 AM TUE     0.70
MANTUA - 5899 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.67
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    4 AM TUE     0.67
EMIGRATION CANYON - 6024 FT              5 AM TUE     0.65
GARDEN CITY - 5959 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.63
LAKETOWN - 5959 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.62
BLACKSMITH FORK - 5020 FT                4 AM TUE     0.50
HARDWARE RANCH - 5564 FT                 5 AM TUE     0.26
LOST CREEK NR CROYDEN - 5840 FT          4 AM TUE     0.20
RANDOLPH UDOT - 6329 FT                  5 AM TUE     0.19

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
ALTA - BASE - 8560 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.38
ALTA - COLLINS - 9662 FT                 5 AM TUE     0.34
SUNDANCE - 7503 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.25
DEER VALLEY - ONTARIO - 9100 FT          5 AM TUE     0.18

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
MOON LAKE - 8150 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.50
YELLOWSTONE DRAINAGE - 7800 FT           5 AM TUE     0.29
YELLOWSTONE RIVER NR ALTONAH - 7506 FT   5 AM TUE     0.22
WEBER RIVER NR OAKLEY 7NNE - 6653 FT     5 AM TUE     0.19
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 5 AM TUE     0.13
OAKLEY - 7800 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.11
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.11
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.10
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.10
BEAR RIVER - 8536 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.06
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       4 AM TUE     0.04
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        5 AM TUE     0.01
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           5 AM TUE     0.01

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
BAER #10 RED BULL - 8360 FT              5 AM TUE     0.29
MANTI - PORTABLE #1 - 6085 FT            5 AM TUE     0.25
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.15
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.06
HORSE RIDGE - 8480 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.05
BRUIN POINT - 10200 FT                   4 AM TUE     0.01

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      4 AM TUE     0.23
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.21
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT            5 AM TUE     0.20

...CASTLE COUNTRY...
CARBON COUNTY AIRPORT - 5922 FT          5 AM TUE     0.09

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
SAN RAFAEL NR GREEN RIVER - 4200 FT      5 AM TUE     0.01
GREEN RIVER - 4073 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.01

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
SEVIER RESERVOIR - 5369 FT               4 AM TUE     0.12

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
MUD SPRING - 5902 FT                     4 AM TUE     0.31
TULE VALLEY - 5135 FT                    4 AM TUE     0.28
DELTA - 4635 FT                          5 AM TUE     0.22
FISH SPRINGS - 4282 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.12
OAK CITY - 5135 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.11
OAK CITY - 5138 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.11
OAK CITY - 5138 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.11
DELTA MUNI AIRPORT - 4750 FT             5 AM TUE     0.02

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT      5 AM TUE     0.05
ENTERPRISE - 5384 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.03
ENTERPRISE - 5340 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.03
CEDAR CITY AIRPORT - 5627 FT             5 AM TUE     0.01
PAROWAN 10NW - 5820 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.01
CEDAR CITY - 5895 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.01
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        5 AM TUE     0.01

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ST GEORGE - 2612 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.20
ST. GEORGE - 2690 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.14
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.09
ZION NATIONAL PARK - 5741 FT             5 AM TUE     0.06
WHITE REEF - 3440 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.04
ST. GEORGE - 2861 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.01
FT PIERCE WASH NR ST. GEORGE - 2810 FT   5 AM TUE     0.01

...SOUTH CENTRAL UTAH...
TELEGRAPH FLAT - 5460 FT                 4 AM TUE     0.02

...GLEN CANYON RECREATION AREA/LAKE POWELL...
BULLFROG MARINA - 3700 FT                5 AM TUE     0.02

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
FILLMORE PORT #1 - 6229 FT               4 AM TUE     0.08
10 ESE OAK CITY - 7268 FT                5 AM TUE     0.06
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.03
GRASSY LAKE NR EPHRAIM - 8880 FT         5 AM TUE     0.03
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          4 AM TUE     0.03
MUDDY CREEK NR EMERY - 6440 FT           5 AM TUE     0.02
BLACK CEDAR - 6480 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.01
HORSE HOLLOW - 6010 FT                   4 AM TUE     0.01

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      4 AM TUE     0.21
TOM BEST SPRING - 7718 FT                5 AM TUE     0.17
POWERHOUSE NR VEYO - 4600 FT             5 AM TUE     0.17
BRYCE CANYON - 7855 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.13
BRYCE CANYON AIRPORT - 7585 FT           5 AM TUE     0.11
BADGER SPRING - 3990 FT                  4 AM TUE     0.10
WILLOW GULCH - 6840 FT                   4 AM TUE     0.10
GARDNER PEAK - 8350 FT                   4 AM TUE     0.10
LAVA POINT RAWS - 7890 FT                5 AM TUE     0.09
ASSAY - 8100 FT                          5 AM TUE     0.09
BUCK FLAT - 8000 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.09
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      4 AM TUE     0.08
AGUA CANYON - 8890 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.07
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 4 AM TUE     0.07
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.06
COAL CREEK NEAR CEDAR CITY 3E - 6017 FT  5 AM TUE     0.04
LARB HOLLOW - 8490 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.03
LOA - 7096 FT                            5 AM TUE     0.02
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              5 AM TUE     0.02
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              4 AM TUE     0.02

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT       5 AM TUE     0.09
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    4 AM TUE     0.07

$$

ROGOWSKI



000
NOUS45 KSLC 191151
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
550 AM MDT TUE MAY 19 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...
24 HOUR PRECIPITATION TOTALS.

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.59
LBW PARADISE - 4859 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.46
LOGAN - 4465 FT                          5 AM TUE     0.39
LBW SOUTHFORK - 5095 FT                  5 AM TUE     0.37
LOGAN - 4806 FT                          5 AM TUE     0.33
LOGAN RIVER ABV STATE DAM - 4805 FT      5 AM TUE     0.32
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          5 AM TUE     0.28
LOGAN GOLF - 4808 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.27
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                  5 AM TUE     0.26
LEWISTON - 4514 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.24
LOGAN DRAINAGE FARM - 4435 FT            5 AM TUE     0.23
LBW EXPFARM - 4498 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.23
PROVIDENCE - EVANS FARM - 4535 FT        5 AM TUE     0.22

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.87
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.76
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                 5 AM TUE     0.73
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                5 AM TUE     0.72
TREMONTON - 4331 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.69
OGDEN - 4285 FT                          5 AM TUE     0.69
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT               5 AM TUE     0.66
BOUNTIFUL - 4760 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.65
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                5 AM TUE     0.64
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.54
SOUTH OGDEN - 4777 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.52
CENTERVILLE - 4216 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.48
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.48
CORINNE - 4238 FT                        5 AM TUE     0.42
LAYTON - 4770 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.42
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4590 FT                  5 AM TUE     0.41
FARMINGTON - 4226 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.41
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.37
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       5 AM TUE     0.35
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.33
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            5 AM TUE     0.32
CLINTON - 4337 FT                        5 AM TUE     0.32
LAYTON - 4468 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.29
WEST POINT - 4350 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.27
ROY - 4373 FT                            5 AM TUE     0.25
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.24
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.19
CLEARFIELD UDOT - 4685 FT                5 AM TUE     0.19
EAGLE LAKE - 4377 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.03

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
TOOELE 2 - 4318 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.72
HOLLADAY - 4344 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.56
HOLLADAY - 4516 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.51
SANDY - 5161 FT                          5 AM TUE     0.51
DRAPER - 5052 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.44
NORTH HOLLADAY - 4600 FT                 5 AM TUE     0.44
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         5 AM TUE     0.43
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT         5 AM TUE     0.42
MURRAY - 4290 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.42
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                 5 AM TUE     0.42
SANDY - 4712 FT                          5 AM TUE     0.38
ROCKY - 5970 FT                          4 AM TUE     0.38
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.37
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            5 AM TUE     0.37
SALT LAKE CITY - 4753 FT                 5 AM TUE     0.37
SALT LAKE CITY - 5102 FT                 5 AM TUE     0.36
TAYLORSVILLE - 4514 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.35
SOUTH JORDAN - 4551 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.34
RIVERTON - 4480 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.34
KEARNS - 4613 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.33
SALT LAKE CITY - 5305 FT                 5 AM TUE     0.33
MAGNA - 4400 FT                         12 AM TUE     0.33
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4281 FT               5 AM TUE     0.32
TAYLORSVILLE - 4593 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.31
TRANS-JORDAN LANDFILL - 5201 FT          5 AM TUE     0.29
RIVERTON - 4429 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.29
DRAPER - 4418 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.26
HERRIMAN - 5062 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.24
VERNON - 5639 FT                         4 AM TUE     0.22

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SARATOGA SPRINGS 1W - 7544 FT            5 AM TUE     0.49
TICKVILLE - 5191 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.41
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4655 FT               5 AM TUE     0.30
LEHI - 4593 FT                           5 AM TUE     0.24
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT          5 AM TUE     0.21
PLEASANT GROVE - 5200 FT                 4 AM TUE     0.20
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4787 FT               5 AM TUE     0.17
OREM - 4728 FT                           5 AM TUE     0.17
PROVO - 4641 FT                          5 AM TUE     0.15
PROVO MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 4498 FT        5 AM TUE     0.11
SPANISH FORK - 4738 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.10
SPANISH FORK - 4734 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.04
PAYSON - 4652 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.02

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
ENGLISH VILLAGE - 4788 FT                5 AM TUE     0.86
CEDAR MOUNTAIN - 4650 FT                 4 AM TUE     0.80
TOWER GRID - 4346 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.79
WHITE SAGE - 4363 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.73
BAKER LAB - 4294 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.64
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              5 AM TUE     0.62
CAMEL BACK MTN - 5077 FT                 5 AM TUE     0.61
DITTO - 4345 FT                          5 AM TUE     0.59
CLIFTON FLAT - 6384 FT                   4 AM TUE     0.58
PLAYA STATION - 4280 FT                  5 AM TUE     0.50
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.47
NW DECON PAD - 4380 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.45
ARAGONITE - 5030 FT                      4 AM TUE     0.45
BLUE CREEK - 5170 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.40
CALLAO - 4530 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.38
LOWER CEDAR MTN - 4495 FT                5 AM TUE     0.38
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.36
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 5 AM TUE     0.32
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                5 AM TUE     0.31
INTERSTATE 80 - 4125 FT                  5 AM TUE     0.30
ROMEO & CENTERLINE - 4308 FT             5 AM TUE     0.30
CALLAO GATE - 4250 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.26
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT                5 AM TUE     0.24
DURAND ROAD - 4538 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.20
TARGET S - 4349 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.15
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT               5 AM TUE     0.14
SNOWVILLE (SOUTH) - 4812 FT              5 AM TUE     0.13
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        4 AM TUE     0.13
TARGET R - 4311 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.12
SALT FLATS - 4265 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.08
WEST SALT FLATS - 4237 FT                5 AM TUE     0.08
VERNON CREEK NEAR VERNON 8SE - 6226 FT   4 AM TUE     0.06
WEST OF WILDCAT MTN - 4259 FT            5 AM TUE     0.05
CAUSEWAY - 4246 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
SWANSONS ENV CENTER - 5700 FT            5 AM TUE     1.04
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        4 AM TUE     0.70
MORGAN - 5059 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.59
MORGAN UDOT - 5105 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.35
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.34
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT        5 AM TUE     0.31
COALVILLE - 5673 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.16

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
GARDEN CITY - 7615 FT                    5 AM TUE     1.35
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.81
LAKETOWN UDOT - 5991 FT                  5 AM TUE     0.70
MANTUA - 5899 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.67
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    4 AM TUE     0.67
EMIGRATION CANYON - 6024 FT              5 AM TUE     0.65
GARDEN CITY - 5959 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.63
LAKETOWN - 5959 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.62
BLACKSMITH FORK - 5020 FT                4 AM TUE     0.50
HARDWARE RANCH - 5564 FT                 5 AM TUE     0.26
LOST CREEK NR CROYDEN - 5840 FT          4 AM TUE     0.20
RANDOLPH UDOT - 6329 FT                  5 AM TUE     0.19

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
ALTA - BASE - 8560 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.38
ALTA - COLLINS - 9662 FT                 5 AM TUE     0.34
SUNDANCE - 7503 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.25
DEER VALLEY - ONTARIO - 9100 FT          5 AM TUE     0.18

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
MOON LAKE - 8150 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.50
YELLOWSTONE DRAINAGE - 7800 FT           5 AM TUE     0.29
YELLOWSTONE RIVER NR ALTONAH - 7506 FT   5 AM TUE     0.22
WEBER RIVER NR OAKLEY 7NNE - 6653 FT     5 AM TUE     0.19
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 5 AM TUE     0.13
OAKLEY - 7800 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.11
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.11
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.10
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.10
BEAR RIVER - 8536 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.06
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       4 AM TUE     0.04
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        5 AM TUE     0.01
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           5 AM TUE     0.01

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
BAER #10 RED BULL - 8360 FT              5 AM TUE     0.29
MANTI - PORTABLE #1 - 6085 FT            5 AM TUE     0.25
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.15
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.06
HORSE RIDGE - 8480 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.05
BRUIN POINT - 10200 FT                   4 AM TUE     0.01

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      4 AM TUE     0.23
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.21
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT            5 AM TUE     0.20

...CASTLE COUNTRY...
CARBON COUNTY AIRPORT - 5922 FT          5 AM TUE     0.09

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
SAN RAFAEL NR GREEN RIVER - 4200 FT      5 AM TUE     0.01
GREEN RIVER - 4073 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.01

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
SEVIER RESERVOIR - 5369 FT               4 AM TUE     0.12

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
MUD SPRING - 5902 FT                     4 AM TUE     0.31
TULE VALLEY - 5135 FT                    4 AM TUE     0.28
DELTA - 4635 FT                          5 AM TUE     0.22
FISH SPRINGS - 4282 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.12
OAK CITY - 5135 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.11
OAK CITY - 5138 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.11
OAK CITY - 5138 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.11
DELTA MUNI AIRPORT - 4750 FT             5 AM TUE     0.02

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT      5 AM TUE     0.05
ENTERPRISE - 5384 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.03
ENTERPRISE - 5340 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.03
CEDAR CITY AIRPORT - 5627 FT             5 AM TUE     0.01
PAROWAN 10NW - 5820 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.01
CEDAR CITY - 5895 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.01
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        5 AM TUE     0.01

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ST GEORGE - 2612 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.20
ST. GEORGE - 2690 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.14
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.09
ZION NATIONAL PARK - 5741 FT             5 AM TUE     0.06
WHITE REEF - 3440 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.04
ST. GEORGE - 2861 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.01
FT PIERCE WASH NR ST. GEORGE - 2810 FT   5 AM TUE     0.01

...SOUTH CENTRAL UTAH...
TELEGRAPH FLAT - 5460 FT                 4 AM TUE     0.02

...GLEN CANYON RECREATION AREA/LAKE POWELL...
BULLFROG MARINA - 3700 FT                5 AM TUE     0.02

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
FILLMORE PORT #1 - 6229 FT               4 AM TUE     0.08
10 ESE OAK CITY - 7268 FT                5 AM TUE     0.06
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.03
GRASSY LAKE NR EPHRAIM - 8880 FT         5 AM TUE     0.03
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          4 AM TUE     0.03
MUDDY CREEK NR EMERY - 6440 FT           5 AM TUE     0.02
BLACK CEDAR - 6480 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.01
HORSE HOLLOW - 6010 FT                   4 AM TUE     0.01

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      4 AM TUE     0.21
TOM BEST SPRING - 7718 FT                5 AM TUE     0.17
POWERHOUSE NR VEYO - 4600 FT             5 AM TUE     0.17
BRYCE CANYON - 7855 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.13
BRYCE CANYON AIRPORT - 7585 FT           5 AM TUE     0.11
BADGER SPRING - 3990 FT                  4 AM TUE     0.10
WILLOW GULCH - 6840 FT                   4 AM TUE     0.10
GARDNER PEAK - 8350 FT                   4 AM TUE     0.10
LAVA POINT RAWS - 7890 FT                5 AM TUE     0.09
ASSAY - 8100 FT                          5 AM TUE     0.09
BUCK FLAT - 8000 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.09
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      4 AM TUE     0.08
AGUA CANYON - 8890 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.07
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 4 AM TUE     0.07
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.06
COAL CREEK NEAR CEDAR CITY 3E - 6017 FT  5 AM TUE     0.04
LARB HOLLOW - 8490 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.03
LOA - 7096 FT                            5 AM TUE     0.02
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              5 AM TUE     0.02
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              4 AM TUE     0.02

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT       5 AM TUE     0.09
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    4 AM TUE     0.07

$$

ROGOWSKI



000
NOUS45 KSLC 191151
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
550 AM MDT TUE MAY 19 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...
24 HOUR PRECIPITATION TOTALS.

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.59
LBW PARADISE - 4859 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.46
LOGAN - 4465 FT                          5 AM TUE     0.39
LBW SOUTHFORK - 5095 FT                  5 AM TUE     0.37
LOGAN - 4806 FT                          5 AM TUE     0.33
LOGAN RIVER ABV STATE DAM - 4805 FT      5 AM TUE     0.32
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          5 AM TUE     0.28
LOGAN GOLF - 4808 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.27
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                  5 AM TUE     0.26
LEWISTON - 4514 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.24
LOGAN DRAINAGE FARM - 4435 FT            5 AM TUE     0.23
LBW EXPFARM - 4498 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.23
PROVIDENCE - EVANS FARM - 4535 FT        5 AM TUE     0.22

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.87
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.76
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                 5 AM TUE     0.73
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                5 AM TUE     0.72
TREMONTON - 4331 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.69
OGDEN - 4285 FT                          5 AM TUE     0.69
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT               5 AM TUE     0.66
BOUNTIFUL - 4760 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.65
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                5 AM TUE     0.64
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.54
SOUTH OGDEN - 4777 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.52
CENTERVILLE - 4216 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.48
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.48
CORINNE - 4238 FT                        5 AM TUE     0.42
LAYTON - 4770 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.42
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4590 FT                  5 AM TUE     0.41
FARMINGTON - 4226 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.41
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.37
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       5 AM TUE     0.35
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.33
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            5 AM TUE     0.32
CLINTON - 4337 FT                        5 AM TUE     0.32
LAYTON - 4468 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.29
WEST POINT - 4350 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.27
ROY - 4373 FT                            5 AM TUE     0.25
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.24
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.19
CLEARFIELD UDOT - 4685 FT                5 AM TUE     0.19
EAGLE LAKE - 4377 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.03

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
TOOELE 2 - 4318 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.72
HOLLADAY - 4344 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.56
HOLLADAY - 4516 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.51
SANDY - 5161 FT                          5 AM TUE     0.51
DRAPER - 5052 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.44
NORTH HOLLADAY - 4600 FT                 5 AM TUE     0.44
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         5 AM TUE     0.43
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT         5 AM TUE     0.42
MURRAY - 4290 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.42
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                 5 AM TUE     0.42
SANDY - 4712 FT                          5 AM TUE     0.38
ROCKY - 5970 FT                          4 AM TUE     0.38
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.37
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            5 AM TUE     0.37
SALT LAKE CITY - 4753 FT                 5 AM TUE     0.37
SALT LAKE CITY - 5102 FT                 5 AM TUE     0.36
TAYLORSVILLE - 4514 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.35
SOUTH JORDAN - 4551 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.34
RIVERTON - 4480 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.34
KEARNS - 4613 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.33
SALT LAKE CITY - 5305 FT                 5 AM TUE     0.33
MAGNA - 4400 FT                         12 AM TUE     0.33
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4281 FT               5 AM TUE     0.32
TAYLORSVILLE - 4593 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.31
TRANS-JORDAN LANDFILL - 5201 FT          5 AM TUE     0.29
RIVERTON - 4429 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.29
DRAPER - 4418 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.26
HERRIMAN - 5062 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.24
VERNON - 5639 FT                         4 AM TUE     0.22

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SARATOGA SPRINGS 1W - 7544 FT            5 AM TUE     0.49
TICKVILLE - 5191 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.41
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4655 FT               5 AM TUE     0.30
LEHI - 4593 FT                           5 AM TUE     0.24
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT          5 AM TUE     0.21
PLEASANT GROVE - 5200 FT                 4 AM TUE     0.20
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4787 FT               5 AM TUE     0.17
OREM - 4728 FT                           5 AM TUE     0.17
PROVO - 4641 FT                          5 AM TUE     0.15
PROVO MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 4498 FT        5 AM TUE     0.11
SPANISH FORK - 4738 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.10
SPANISH FORK - 4734 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.04
PAYSON - 4652 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.02

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
ENGLISH VILLAGE - 4788 FT                5 AM TUE     0.86
CEDAR MOUNTAIN - 4650 FT                 4 AM TUE     0.80
TOWER GRID - 4346 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.79
WHITE SAGE - 4363 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.73
BAKER LAB - 4294 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.64
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              5 AM TUE     0.62
CAMEL BACK MTN - 5077 FT                 5 AM TUE     0.61
DITTO - 4345 FT                          5 AM TUE     0.59
CLIFTON FLAT - 6384 FT                   4 AM TUE     0.58
PLAYA STATION - 4280 FT                  5 AM TUE     0.50
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.47
NW DECON PAD - 4380 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.45
ARAGONITE - 5030 FT                      4 AM TUE     0.45
BLUE CREEK - 5170 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.40
CALLAO - 4530 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.38
LOWER CEDAR MTN - 4495 FT                5 AM TUE     0.38
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.36
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 5 AM TUE     0.32
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                5 AM TUE     0.31
INTERSTATE 80 - 4125 FT                  5 AM TUE     0.30
ROMEO & CENTERLINE - 4308 FT             5 AM TUE     0.30
CALLAO GATE - 4250 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.26
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT                5 AM TUE     0.24
DURAND ROAD - 4538 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.20
TARGET S - 4349 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.15
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT               5 AM TUE     0.14
SNOWVILLE (SOUTH) - 4812 FT              5 AM TUE     0.13
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        4 AM TUE     0.13
TARGET R - 4311 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.12
SALT FLATS - 4265 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.08
WEST SALT FLATS - 4237 FT                5 AM TUE     0.08
VERNON CREEK NEAR VERNON 8SE - 6226 FT   4 AM TUE     0.06
WEST OF WILDCAT MTN - 4259 FT            5 AM TUE     0.05
CAUSEWAY - 4246 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.01

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
SWANSONS ENV CENTER - 5700 FT            5 AM TUE     1.04
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        4 AM TUE     0.70
MORGAN - 5059 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.59
MORGAN UDOT - 5105 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.35
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.34
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT        5 AM TUE     0.31
COALVILLE - 5673 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.16

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
GARDEN CITY - 7615 FT                    5 AM TUE     1.35
RED SPUR - 8872 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.81
LAKETOWN UDOT - 5991 FT                  5 AM TUE     0.70
MANTUA - 5899 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.67
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    4 AM TUE     0.67
EMIGRATION CANYON - 6024 FT              5 AM TUE     0.65
GARDEN CITY - 5959 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.63
LAKETOWN - 5959 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.62
BLACKSMITH FORK - 5020 FT                4 AM TUE     0.50
HARDWARE RANCH - 5564 FT                 5 AM TUE     0.26
LOST CREEK NR CROYDEN - 5840 FT          4 AM TUE     0.20
RANDOLPH UDOT - 6329 FT                  5 AM TUE     0.19

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
ALTA - BASE - 8560 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.38
ALTA - COLLINS - 9662 FT                 5 AM TUE     0.34
SUNDANCE - 7503 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.25
DEER VALLEY - ONTARIO - 9100 FT          5 AM TUE     0.18

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
MOON LAKE - 8150 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.50
YELLOWSTONE DRAINAGE - 7800 FT           5 AM TUE     0.29
YELLOWSTONE RIVER NR ALTONAH - 7506 FT   5 AM TUE     0.22
WEBER RIVER NR OAKLEY 7NNE - 6653 FT     5 AM TUE     0.19
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 5 AM TUE     0.13
OAKLEY - 7800 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.11
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.11
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.10
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.10
BEAR RIVER - 8536 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.06
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       4 AM TUE     0.04
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        5 AM TUE     0.01
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           5 AM TUE     0.01

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
BAER #10 RED BULL - 8360 FT              5 AM TUE     0.29
MANTI - PORTABLE #1 - 6085 FT            5 AM TUE     0.25
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.15
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.06
HORSE RIDGE - 8480 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.05
BRUIN POINT - 10200 FT                   4 AM TUE     0.01

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      4 AM TUE     0.23
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.21
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT            5 AM TUE     0.20

...CASTLE COUNTRY...
CARBON COUNTY AIRPORT - 5922 FT          5 AM TUE     0.09

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
SAN RAFAEL NR GREEN RIVER - 4200 FT      5 AM TUE     0.01
GREEN RIVER - 4073 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.01

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
SEVIER RESERVOIR - 5369 FT               4 AM TUE     0.12

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
MUD SPRING - 5902 FT                     4 AM TUE     0.31
TULE VALLEY - 5135 FT                    4 AM TUE     0.28
DELTA - 4635 FT                          5 AM TUE     0.22
FISH SPRINGS - 4282 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.12
OAK CITY - 5135 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.11
OAK CITY - 5138 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.11
OAK CITY - 5138 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.11
DELTA MUNI AIRPORT - 4750 FT             5 AM TUE     0.02

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT      5 AM TUE     0.05
ENTERPRISE - 5384 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.03
ENTERPRISE - 5340 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.03
CEDAR CITY AIRPORT - 5627 FT             5 AM TUE     0.01
PAROWAN 10NW - 5820 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.01
CEDAR CITY - 5895 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.01
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        5 AM TUE     0.01

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ST GEORGE - 2612 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.20
ST. GEORGE - 2690 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.14
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.09
ZION NATIONAL PARK - 5741 FT             5 AM TUE     0.06
WHITE REEF - 3440 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.04
ST. GEORGE - 2861 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.01
FT PIERCE WASH NR ST. GEORGE - 2810 FT   5 AM TUE     0.01

...SOUTH CENTRAL UTAH...
TELEGRAPH FLAT - 5460 FT                 4 AM TUE     0.02

...GLEN CANYON RECREATION AREA/LAKE POWELL...
BULLFROG MARINA - 3700 FT                5 AM TUE     0.02

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
FILLMORE PORT #1 - 6229 FT               4 AM TUE     0.08
10 ESE OAK CITY - 7268 FT                5 AM TUE     0.06
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.03
GRASSY LAKE NR EPHRAIM - 8880 FT         5 AM TUE     0.03
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          4 AM TUE     0.03
MUDDY CREEK NR EMERY - 6440 FT           5 AM TUE     0.02
BLACK CEDAR - 6480 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.01
HORSE HOLLOW - 6010 FT                   4 AM TUE     0.01

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      4 AM TUE     0.21
TOM BEST SPRING - 7718 FT                5 AM TUE     0.17
POWERHOUSE NR VEYO - 4600 FT             5 AM TUE     0.17
BRYCE CANYON - 7855 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.13
BRYCE CANYON AIRPORT - 7585 FT           5 AM TUE     0.11
BADGER SPRING - 3990 FT                  4 AM TUE     0.10
WILLOW GULCH - 6840 FT                   4 AM TUE     0.10
GARDNER PEAK - 8350 FT                   4 AM TUE     0.10
LAVA POINT RAWS - 7890 FT                5 AM TUE     0.09
ASSAY - 8100 FT                          5 AM TUE     0.09
BUCK FLAT - 8000 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.09
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      4 AM TUE     0.08
AGUA CANYON - 8890 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.07
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 4 AM TUE     0.07
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.06
COAL CREEK NEAR CEDAR CITY 3E - 6017 FT  5 AM TUE     0.04
LARB HOLLOW - 8490 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.03
LOA - 7096 FT                            5 AM TUE     0.02
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              5 AM TUE     0.02
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              4 AM TUE     0.02

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT       5 AM TUE     0.09
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    4 AM TUE     0.07

$$

ROGOWSKI



000
NOUS45 KSLC 191151
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
550 AM MDT TUE MAY 19 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...
24 HOUR PRECIPITATION TOTALS.

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.59
LBW PARADISE - 4859 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.46
LOGAN - 4465 FT                          5 AM TUE     0.39
LBW SOUTHFORK - 5095 FT                  5 AM TUE     0.37
LOGAN - 4806 FT                          5 AM TUE     0.33
LOGAN RIVER ABV STATE DAM - 4805 FT      5 AM TUE     0.32
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          5 AM TUE     0.28
LOGAN GOLF - 4808 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.27
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                  5 AM TUE     0.26
LEWISTON - 4514 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.24
LOGAN DRAINAGE FARM - 4435 FT            5 AM TUE     0.23
LBW EXPFARM - 4498 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.23
PROVIDENCE - EVANS FARM - 4535 FT        5 AM TUE     0.22

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.87
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.76
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                 5 AM TUE     0.73
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                5 AM TUE     0.72
TREMONTON - 4331 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.69
OGDEN - 4285 FT                          5 AM TUE     0.69
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT               5 AM TUE     0.66
BOUNTIFUL - 4760 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.65
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                5 AM TUE     0.64
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.54
SOUTH OGDEN - 4777 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.52
CENTERVILLE - 4216 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.48
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.48
CORINNE - 4238 FT                        5 AM TUE     0.42
LAYTON - 4770 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.42
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4590 FT                  5 AM TUE     0.41
FARMINGTON - 4226 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.41
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.37
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       5 AM TUE     0.35
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.33
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            5 AM TUE     0.32
CLINTON - 4337 FT                        5 AM TUE     0.32
LAYTON - 4468 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.29
WEST POINT - 4350 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.27
ROY - 4373 FT                            5 AM TUE     0.25
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                    5 AM TUE     0.24
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.19
CLEARFIELD UDOT - 4685 FT                5 AM TUE     0.19
EAGLE LAKE - 4377 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.03

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
TOOELE 2 - 4318 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.72
HOLLADAY - 4344 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.56
HOLLADAY - 4516 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.51
SANDY - 5161 FT                          5 AM TUE     0.51
DRAPER - 5052 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.44
NORTH HOLLADAY - 4600 FT                 5 AM TUE     0.44
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         5 AM TUE     0.43
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT         5 AM TUE     0.42
MURRAY - 4290 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.42
SALT LAKE CITY - 4839 FT                 5 AM TUE     0.42
SANDY - 4712 FT                          5 AM TUE     0.38
ROCKY - 5970 FT                          4 AM TUE     0.38
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.37
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            5 AM TUE     0.37
SALT LAKE CITY - 4753 FT                 5 AM TUE     0.37
SALT LAKE CITY - 5102 FT                 5 AM TUE     0.36
TAYLORSVILLE - 4514 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.35
SOUTH JORDAN - 4551 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.34
RIVERTON - 4480 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.34
KEARNS - 4613 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.33
SALT LAKE CITY - 5305 FT                 5 AM TUE     0.33
MAGNA - 4400 FT                         12 AM TUE     0.33
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4281 FT               5 AM TUE     0.32
TAYLORSVILLE - 4593 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.31
TRANS-JORDAN LANDFILL - 5201 FT          5 AM TUE     0.29
RIVERTON - 4429 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.29
DRAPER - 4418 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.26
HERRIMAN - 5062 FT                       5 AM TUE     0.24
VERNON - 5639 FT                         4 AM TUE     0.22

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SARATOGA SPRINGS 1W - 7544 FT            5 AM TUE     0.49
TICKVILLE - 5191 FT                      5 AM TUE     0.41
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4655 FT               5 AM TUE     0.30
LEHI - 4593 FT                           5 AM TUE     0.24
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT          5 AM TUE     0.21
PLEASANT GROVE - 5200 FT                 4 AM TUE     0.20
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4787 FT               5 AM TUE     0.17
OREM - 4728 FT                           5 AM TUE     0.17
PROVO - 4641 FT                          5 AM TUE     0.15
PROVO MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 4498 FT        5 AM TUE     0.11
SPANISH FORK - 4738 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.10
SPANISH FORK - 4734 FT                   5 AM TUE     0.04
PAYSON - 4652 FT                         5 AM TUE     0.02

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
ENGLISH VILLAGE - 4788 FT                5 AM TUE     0.86
CEDAR MOUNTAIN - 4650 FT                 4 AM TUE     0.80
TOWER GRID - 4346 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.79
WHITE SAGE - 4363 FT                     5 AM TUE     0.73
BAKER LAB - 4294 FT                      5 AM TU