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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MIDLAND/ODESSA TX
259 PM CDT TUE MAY 5 2015


...PRELIMINARY RAINFALL REPORTS PAST 24 HOURS ...

LOCATION                     AMOUNT    TIME/DATE

...NEW MEXICO...

...EDDY COUNTY...
3 W WHITES CITY              2.11 IN   0152 PM 05/05
2 WSW CARLSBAD NORTH         1.41 IN   0230 PM 05/05
7 NW MALJAMAR                1.13 IN   0140 PM 05/05
ARTESIA 15.5 S (LEWIS)       1.10 IN   0900 AM 05/05
2 E CARLSBAD                 1.02 IN   0235 PM 05/05
CARLSBAD NORTH 15.5 NW       1.00 IN   0900 AM 05/05
CARLSBAD 17.1 NW (PRICE)     1.00 IN   0900 AM 05/05
3 ENE QUEEN                  0.74 IN   0213 PM 05/05

...LEA COUNTY...
HOBBS                        1.64 IN   0228 PM 05/05
NADINE 2E                    1.50 IN   0900 AM 05/05
3 SSE HOBBS                  1.37 IN   0230 PM 05/05
1 WSW TATUM                  1.11 IN   0236 PM 05/05
18 NE RED BLUFF LAKE         0.83 IN   0139 PM 05/05
JAL CO-OP                    0.81 IN   0900 AM 05/05

...TEXAS...

...BORDEN COUNTY...
GAIL RAWS SITE               8.02 IN   0138 PM 05/05

...CULBERSON COUNTY...
1 E MCKITTRICK CANYON        0.71 IN   0204 PM 05/05
PINE SPRINGS                 0.59 IN   0152 PM 05/05
2 NNW PINE SPRINGS           0.56 IN   0138 PM 05/05
3 WNW MCKITTRICK CANYON      0.16 IN   0154 PM 05/05

...DAWSON COUNTY...
LAMESA 1 SSE                 5.00 IN   0800 AM 05/05

...GAINES COUNTY...
SEAGRAVES 1SW                4.93 IN   1200 AM 05/05
SEMINOLE COOP                3.75 IN   0800 AM 05/05

...MIDLAND COUNTY...
MIDLAND INTERNATIONAL ASOS   0.27 IN   0203 PM 05/05
MIDLAND 2.3 WSW              0.18 IN   0900 AM 05/05

...MITCHELL COUNTY...
BEALS CREEK NEAR WESTBROOK G 0.66 IN   0230 PM 05/05

...PECOS COUNTY...
FORT STOCKTON COOP           1.50 IN   0800 PM 05/05

...WARD COUNTY...
2 SE THORNTONVILLE           1.28 IN   0232 PM 05/05

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

$$

NWS MIDLAND/ODESSA TX



000
NOUS44 KMAF 052000
PNSMAF
NMZ027>029-033-034-TXZ045>048-050>053-057>063-067>070-074-075-079>082-258-
060759-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MIDLAND/ODESSA TX
259 PM CDT TUE MAY 5 2015


...PRELIMINARY RAINFALL REPORTS PAST 24 HOURS ...

LOCATION                     AMOUNT    TIME/DATE

...NEW MEXICO...

...EDDY COUNTY...
3 W WHITES CITY              2.11 IN   0152 PM 05/05
2 WSW CARLSBAD NORTH         1.41 IN   0230 PM 05/05
7 NW MALJAMAR                1.13 IN   0140 PM 05/05
ARTESIA 15.5 S (LEWIS)       1.10 IN   0900 AM 05/05
2 E CARLSBAD                 1.02 IN   0235 PM 05/05
CARLSBAD NORTH 15.5 NW       1.00 IN   0900 AM 05/05
CARLSBAD 17.1 NW (PRICE)     1.00 IN   0900 AM 05/05
3 ENE QUEEN                  0.74 IN   0213 PM 05/05

...LEA COUNTY...
HOBBS                        1.64 IN   0228 PM 05/05
NADINE 2E                    1.50 IN   0900 AM 05/05
3 SSE HOBBS                  1.37 IN   0230 PM 05/05
1 WSW TATUM                  1.11 IN   0236 PM 05/05
18 NE RED BLUFF LAKE         0.83 IN   0139 PM 05/05
JAL CO-OP                    0.81 IN   0900 AM 05/05

...TEXAS...

...BORDEN COUNTY...
GAIL RAWS SITE               8.02 IN   0138 PM 05/05

...CULBERSON COUNTY...
1 E MCKITTRICK CANYON        0.71 IN   0204 PM 05/05
PINE SPRINGS                 0.59 IN   0152 PM 05/05
2 NNW PINE SPRINGS           0.56 IN   0138 PM 05/05
3 WNW MCKITTRICK CANYON      0.16 IN   0154 PM 05/05

...DAWSON COUNTY...
LAMESA 1 SSE                 5.00 IN   0800 AM 05/05

...GAINES COUNTY...
SEAGRAVES 1SW                4.93 IN   1200 AM 05/05
SEMINOLE COOP                3.75 IN   0800 AM 05/05

...MIDLAND COUNTY...
MIDLAND INTERNATIONAL ASOS   0.27 IN   0203 PM 05/05
MIDLAND 2.3 WSW              0.18 IN   0900 AM 05/05

...MITCHELL COUNTY...
BEALS CREEK NEAR WESTBROOK G 0.66 IN   0230 PM 05/05

...PECOS COUNTY...
FORT STOCKTON COOP           1.50 IN   0800 PM 05/05

...WARD COUNTY...
2 SE THORNTONVILLE           1.28 IN   0232 PM 05/05

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

$$

NWS MIDLAND/ODESSA TX


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MTZ008>015-044>055-151800-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
154 PM MDT TUE MAY 5 2015

...APRIL 2015 AND OCT-APR SEASONAL WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTH CENTRAL
AND SOUTHWEST MONTANA...

AVERAGE TEMPERATURE...DEGREES FAHRENHEIT...
             APR   NORM   RANK          OCT-APR  NORM   RANK
BOZEMAN......41.9..42.7...40TH WARMEST   33.4....30.8... 5TH WARMEST
CUT BANK.....41.4..41.0...46TH WARMEST   33.0....30.6... 3RD WARMEST
DILLON.......42.5..41.6...24TH WARMEST   35.7....31.4... 1ST WARMEST
GREAT FALLS..44.2..43.1...61ST WARMEST   36.0....33.3...23RD WARMEST
HAVRE........44.5..44.4...64TH WARMEST   33.0....33.1...16TH WARMEST
HELENA.......45.9..44.9...39TH WARMEST   36.6....33.1... 2ND WARMEST
LEWISTOWN....43.7..41.4...33RD WARMEST   35.6....31.8... 6TH WARMEST
W YELLOWSTON.35.2..33.6...34TH WARMEST   26.4....21.8... 2ND WARMEST

PRECIPITATION...INCHES...
              APR   NORM                OCT-APR  NORM
BOZEMAN.......1.79..1.60...19TH WETTEST  4.56....5.88...19TH DRIEST
CUT BANK......0.15..0.78...12TH DRIEST   3.99....2.69...23RD WETTEST
DILLON........1.19..1.07...24TH WETTEST  2.69....3.45...26TH DRIEST
GREAT FALLS...0.89..1.42...47TH DRIEST   5.33....5.31...57TH DRIEST
HAVRE.........0.33..0.84...23RD DRIEST   4.06....3.40...64TH DRIEST
HELENA........0.53..0.98...22ND DRIEST   3.98....3.80...43RD DRIEST
LEWISTOWN.....1.75..1.41...32ND WETTEST  6.36....5.91...57TH WETTEST
W YELLOWSTONE.1.49..1.62...41ST WETTEST  8.73...12.94...13TH DRIEST

SNOWFALL...INCHES...
               APR  NORM                OCT-APR  NORM
BOZEMAN MSU... 0.4..13.9... 5TH LOWEST   63.5....84.9...29TH LOWEST
GREAT FALLS... 0.8.. 8.6...20TH LOWEST   57.9....58.5...41ST HIGHEST
HAVRE......... 0.2.. 3.0...34TH LOWEST   20.8....36.4...17TH LOWEST
HELENA........   T.. 3.7... 5TH LOWEST   23.8....35.6... 9TH LOWEST
W YELLOWSTONE. 0.6..12.4... 4TH LOWEST   73.0...155.9... 7TH LOWEST

AVERAGE WIND SPEED...MPH...
              APR   NORM   RANK         OCT-APR  NORM   RANK
BOZEMAN.......5.0....6.8... 1ST CALMEST   5.3.... 5.3...13TH CALMEST
CUT BANK.....12.4...13.1...21ST CALMEST  13.6....13.4...32ND CALMEST
DILLON....... 8.4... 9.7... 4TH CALMEST   9.8.... 9.5...28TH WINDIEST
GREAT FALLS..10.7...12.1...15TH CALMEST  12.1....13.3...11TH CALMEST
HAVRE........10.5...11.0...37TH WINDIEST 10.6....10.2...19TH WINDIEST
HELENA....... 7.3....8.0...11TH CALMEST   6.4.... 6.3...19TH CALMEST
LEWISTOWN.... 8.9... 9.7 ..15TH CALMEST   9.7.... 9.9...22ND CALMEST

APRIL TEMPERATURES WERE CLOSE TO NORMAL ACROSS THE REGION. IN
GENERAL, WESTERLY FLOW WITH A WEAK RIDGE OVER THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS
DOMINATED THE UPPER LEVEL FLOW FOR THE MONTH. THIS RIDGE WAS
SLIGHTLY STRONGER THAN NORMAL.

THE GREATEST NEGATIVE DEPARTURE FROM NORMAL FOR TEMPERATURE WAS
AROUND THREE FORKS, WHERE TEMPERATURES AVERAGED 2.5 DEGREES BELOW
NORMAL. ON THE OTHER HAND, TEMPERATURES WERE 2.3 DEGREES ABOVE
NORMAL AROUND LEWISTOWN. AVERAGES RANGED FROM 47.1 DEGREES IN
NORTHERN FERGUS COUNTY, TO 29.3 DEGREES AT YELLOW MULE, IN THE
MADISON RANGE. THE HIGHEST AREA TEMPERATURE WAS 85F AT CHINOOK ON
THE 29TH. THE LOWEST WAS 1F AT WHISKEY CREEK ON THE 2ND.

WATER-YEAR-TO-DATE AVERAGE TEMPERATURES WERE WARMER THAN NORMAL.
DILLON HAS HAD THEIR WARMEST WATER-YEAR SO FAR. THEY HAVE EXCEEDED
THEIR WARMEST TO-DATE LAST SET IN 1980.
HELENA HAS THEIR SECOND WARMEST TO DATE. THE LAST TIME HELENA HAD A
A WARMER WATER-YEAR TO DATE WAS IN 1934.
WEST YELLOWSTONE ALSO HAS THEIR SECOND WARMEST WATER-YEAR TO DATE.
THE LAST TIME THEY RECORDED A WARMER WATER-YEAR TO DATE WAS IN 1940.

PRECIPITATION AMOUNTS WERE WIDELY VARIABLE. A BAND OF ABOVE NORMAL
PRECIPITATION EXTENDED SOUTHWEST TO NORTHEAST ACROSS THE REGION,
FROM NEAR DILLON TO LEWISTOWN. IN THIS AREA, PRECIPITATION WAS 1.5
TO 2 TIMES NORMAL. ELSEWHERE OVER THE HI-LINE, PRECIPITATION AMOUNTS
WERE 15 TO 20 PERCENT OF NORMAL. AT GREAT FALLS, THIS WAS THE DRIEST
APRIL SINCE 2002, AND AT CUT BANK SINCE 1987. THE HIGHEST AREA
PRECIPITATION AMOUNTS FOR APRIL WERE 3.17-INCHES AT NORRIS MADISON
AND 5.20-INCHES AT BRACKETT CREEK (IN THE BRIDGERS).
FOR THE WATER-YEAR AT GREAT FALLS, THIS HAS BEEN THE DRIEST OF
RECORD SINCE 2004. AT WEST YELLOWSTONE, THIS IS THE DRIEST SINCE
1976.

SNOWFALL AMOUNTS WERE VARIABLE, BUT ON THE LOW SIDE OVERALL. THE
HIGHEST AREA SNOWFALL AMOUNT FOR APRIL WAS 21 INCHES AT NEIHART.
MOST LOWER ELEVATION LOCATIONS RECORDED AN INCH OR LESS.
WEST YELLOWSTONE HAS RECORDED THEIR LOWEST WATER-YEAR SNOW AMOUNT SINCE
1975, AND THE 7TH LOWEST WATER-YEAR VALUE OF RECORD. THE SNOW MELTED
OUT ON APRIL 17, WHICH WAS THE THIRD EARLIEST OF RECORD. THIS WAS
THE EARLIEST MELT-OUT AT WEST YELLOWSTONE SINCE 2004.

APRIL TURNED OUT TO BE A RELATIVELY CALM MONTH. BOZEMAN HAD THEIR
CALMEST APRIL OF RECORD, WHICH BROKE THE OLD CALMEST RECORD OF 5.9
MPH SET IN 1989. DILLON HAD THEIR 4TH CALMEST OF RECORD, AND THE HAD
THEIR LIGHTEST WINDS IN APRIL SINCE 2007. THE HIGHEST WIND GUST WAS
ON THE 12TH WHEN GUSTS TO 64 MPH WERE REPORTED AT NEAR FORT BENTON,
NEAR RUDYARD AND NEAR WHITLASH.

RECORDS FOR BOZEMAN BEGAN IN 1935...CUT BANK BEGAN IN 1903...DILLON
BEGAN IN 1939...GREAT FALLS BEGAN IN 1891...HAVRE AND HELENA BEGAN
IN 1880...AND LEWISTOWN BEGAN IN 1896. WEST YELLOWSTONE RECORDS BEGAN
IN 1905...WINDS BEGAN IN 2010. THE NORMAL PERIOD FOR ALL ELEMENTS IS
1981 TO 2010.

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

$$
&&































000
NOUS45 KTFX 051954
PNSTFX
MTZ008>015-044>055-151800-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
154 PM MDT TUE MAY 5 2015

...APRIL 2015 AND OCT-APR SEASONAL WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTH CENTRAL
AND SOUTHWEST MONTANA...

AVERAGE TEMPERATURE...DEGREES FAHRENHEIT...
             APR   NORM   RANK          OCT-APR  NORM   RANK
BOZEMAN......41.9..42.7...40TH WARMEST   33.4....30.8... 5TH WARMEST
CUT BANK.....41.4..41.0...46TH WARMEST   33.0....30.6... 3RD WARMEST
DILLON.......42.5..41.6...24TH WARMEST   35.7....31.4... 1ST WARMEST
GREAT FALLS..44.2..43.1...61ST WARMEST   36.0....33.3...23RD WARMEST
HAVRE........44.5..44.4...64TH WARMEST   33.0....33.1...16TH WARMEST
HELENA.......45.9..44.9...39TH WARMEST   36.6....33.1... 2ND WARMEST
LEWISTOWN....43.7..41.4...33RD WARMEST   35.6....31.8... 6TH WARMEST
W YELLOWSTON.35.2..33.6...34TH WARMEST   26.4....21.8... 2ND WARMEST

PRECIPITATION...INCHES...
              APR   NORM                OCT-APR  NORM
BOZEMAN.......1.79..1.60...19TH WETTEST  4.56....5.88...19TH DRIEST
CUT BANK......0.15..0.78...12TH DRIEST   3.99....2.69...23RD WETTEST
DILLON........1.19..1.07...24TH WETTEST  2.69....3.45...26TH DRIEST
GREAT FALLS...0.89..1.42...47TH DRIEST   5.33....5.31...57TH DRIEST
HAVRE.........0.33..0.84...23RD DRIEST   4.06....3.40...64TH DRIEST
HELENA........0.53..0.98...22ND DRIEST   3.98....3.80...43RD DRIEST
LEWISTOWN.....1.75..1.41...32ND WETTEST  6.36....5.91...57TH WETTEST
W YELLOWSTONE.1.49..1.62...41ST WETTEST  8.73...12.94...13TH DRIEST

SNOWFALL...INCHES...
               APR  NORM                OCT-APR  NORM
BOZEMAN MSU... 0.4..13.9... 5TH LOWEST   63.5....84.9...29TH LOWEST
GREAT FALLS... 0.8.. 8.6...20TH LOWEST   57.9....58.5...41ST HIGHEST
HAVRE......... 0.2.. 3.0...34TH LOWEST   20.8....36.4...17TH LOWEST
HELENA........   T.. 3.7... 5TH LOWEST   23.8....35.6... 9TH LOWEST
W YELLOWSTONE. 0.6..12.4... 4TH LOWEST   73.0...155.9... 7TH LOWEST

AVERAGE WIND SPEED...MPH...
              APR   NORM   RANK         OCT-APR  NORM   RANK
BOZEMAN.......5.0....6.8... 1ST CALMEST   5.3.... 5.3...13TH CALMEST
CUT BANK.....12.4...13.1...21ST CALMEST  13.6....13.4...32ND CALMEST
DILLON....... 8.4... 9.7... 4TH CALMEST   9.8.... 9.5...28TH WINDIEST
GREAT FALLS..10.7...12.1...15TH CALMEST  12.1....13.3...11TH CALMEST
HAVRE........10.5...11.0...37TH WINDIEST 10.6....10.2...19TH WINDIEST
HELENA....... 7.3....8.0...11TH CALMEST   6.4.... 6.3...19TH CALMEST
LEWISTOWN.... 8.9... 9.7 ..15TH CALMEST   9.7.... 9.9...22ND CALMEST

APRIL TEMPERATURES WERE CLOSE TO NORMAL ACROSS THE REGION. IN
GENERAL, WESTERLY FLOW WITH A WEAK RIDGE OVER THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS
DOMINATED THE UPPER LEVEL FLOW FOR THE MONTH. THIS RIDGE WAS
SLIGHTLY STRONGER THAN NORMAL.

THE GREATEST NEGATIVE DEPARTURE FROM NORMAL FOR TEMPERATURE WAS
AROUND THREE FORKS, WHERE TEMPERATURES AVERAGED 2.5 DEGREES BELOW
NORMAL. ON THE OTHER HAND, TEMPERATURES WERE 2.3 DEGREES ABOVE
NORMAL AROUND LEWISTOWN. AVERAGES RANGED FROM 47.1 DEGREES IN
NORTHERN FERGUS COUNTY, TO 29.3 DEGREES AT YELLOW MULE, IN THE
MADISON RANGE. THE HIGHEST AREA TEMPERATURE WAS 85F AT CHINOOK ON
THE 29TH. THE LOWEST WAS 1F AT WHISKEY CREEK ON THE 2ND.

WATER-YEAR-TO-DATE AVERAGE TEMPERATURES WERE WARMER THAN NORMAL.
DILLON HAS HAD THEIR WARMEST WATER-YEAR SO FAR. THEY HAVE EXCEEDED
THEIR WARMEST TO-DATE LAST SET IN 1980.
HELENA HAS THEIR SECOND WARMEST TO DATE. THE LAST TIME HELENA HAD A
A WARMER WATER-YEAR TO DATE WAS IN 1934.
WEST YELLOWSTONE ALSO HAS THEIR SECOND WARMEST WATER-YEAR TO DATE.
THE LAST TIME THEY RECORDED A WARMER WATER-YEAR TO DATE WAS IN 1940.

PRECIPITATION AMOUNTS WERE WIDELY VARIABLE. A BAND OF ABOVE NORMAL
PRECIPITATION EXTENDED SOUTHWEST TO NORTHEAST ACROSS THE REGION,
FROM NEAR DILLON TO LEWISTOWN. IN THIS AREA, PRECIPITATION WAS 1.5
TO 2 TIMES NORMAL. ELSEWHERE OVER THE HI-LINE, PRECIPITATION AMOUNTS
WERE 15 TO 20 PERCENT OF NORMAL. AT GREAT FALLS, THIS WAS THE DRIEST
APRIL SINCE 2002, AND AT CUT BANK SINCE 1987. THE HIGHEST AREA
PRECIPITATION AMOUNTS FOR APRIL WERE 3.17-INCHES AT NORRIS MADISON
AND 5.20-INCHES AT BRACKETT CREEK (IN THE BRIDGERS).
FOR THE WATER-YEAR AT GREAT FALLS, THIS HAS BEEN THE DRIEST OF
RECORD SINCE 2004. AT WEST YELLOWSTONE, THIS IS THE DRIEST SINCE
1976.

SNOWFALL AMOUNTS WERE VARIABLE, BUT ON THE LOW SIDE OVERALL. THE
HIGHEST AREA SNOWFALL AMOUNT FOR APRIL WAS 21 INCHES AT NEIHART.
MOST LOWER ELEVATION LOCATIONS RECORDED AN INCH OR LESS.
WEST YELLOWSTONE HAS RECORDED THEIR LOWEST WATER-YEAR SNOW AMOUNT SINCE
1975, AND THE 7TH LOWEST WATER-YEAR VALUE OF RECORD. THE SNOW MELTED
OUT ON APRIL 17, WHICH WAS THE THIRD EARLIEST OF RECORD. THIS WAS
THE EARLIEST MELT-OUT AT WEST YELLOWSTONE SINCE 2004.

APRIL TURNED OUT TO BE A RELATIVELY CALM MONTH. BOZEMAN HAD THEIR
CALMEST APRIL OF RECORD, WHICH BROKE THE OLD CALMEST RECORD OF 5.9
MPH SET IN 1989. DILLON HAD THEIR 4TH CALMEST OF RECORD, AND THE HAD
THEIR LIGHTEST WINDS IN APRIL SINCE 2007. THE HIGHEST WIND GUST WAS
ON THE 12TH WHEN GUSTS TO 64 MPH WERE REPORTED AT NEAR FORT BENTON,
NEAR RUDYARD AND NEAR WHITLASH.

RECORDS FOR BOZEMAN BEGAN IN 1935...CUT BANK BEGAN IN 1903...DILLON
BEGAN IN 1939...GREAT FALLS BEGAN IN 1891...HAVRE AND HELENA BEGAN
IN 1880...AND LEWISTOWN BEGAN IN 1896. WEST YELLOWSTONE RECORDS BEGAN
IN 1905...WINDS BEGAN IN 2010. THE NORMAL PERIOD FOR ALL ELEMENTS IS
1981 TO 2010.

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

$$
&&

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000
NOUS45 KTFX 051954
PNSTFX
MTZ008>015-044>055-151800-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
154 PM MDT TUE MAY 5 2015

...APRIL 2015 AND OCT-APR SEASONAL WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTH CENTRAL
AND SOUTHWEST MONTANA...

AVERAGE TEMPERATURE...DEGREES FAHRENHEIT...
             APR   NORM   RANK          OCT-APR  NORM   RANK
BOZEMAN......41.9..42.7...40TH WARMEST   33.4....30.8... 5TH WARMEST
CUT BANK.....41.4..41.0...46TH WARMEST   33.0....30.6... 3RD WARMEST
DILLON.......42.5..41.6...24TH WARMEST   35.7....31.4... 1ST WARMEST
GREAT FALLS..44.2..43.1...61ST WARMEST   36.0....33.3...23RD WARMEST
HAVRE........44.5..44.4...64TH WARMEST   33.0....33.1...16TH WARMEST
HELENA.......45.9..44.9...39TH WARMEST   36.6....33.1... 2ND WARMEST
LEWISTOWN....43.7..41.4...33RD WARMEST   35.6....31.8... 6TH WARMEST
W YELLOWSTON.35.2..33.6...34TH WARMEST   26.4....21.8... 2ND WARMEST

PRECIPITATION...INCHES...
              APR   NORM                OCT-APR  NORM
BOZEMAN.......1.79..1.60...19TH WETTEST  4.56....5.88...19TH DRIEST
CUT BANK......0.15..0.78...12TH DRIEST   3.99....2.69...23RD WETTEST
DILLON........1.19..1.07...24TH WETTEST  2.69....3.45...26TH DRIEST
GREAT FALLS...0.89..1.42...47TH DRIEST   5.33....5.31...57TH DRIEST
HAVRE.........0.33..0.84...23RD DRIEST   4.06....3.40...64TH DRIEST
HELENA........0.53..0.98...22ND DRIEST   3.98....3.80...43RD DRIEST
LEWISTOWN.....1.75..1.41...32ND WETTEST  6.36....5.91...57TH WETTEST
W YELLOWSTONE.1.49..1.62...41ST WETTEST  8.73...12.94...13TH DRIEST

SNOWFALL...INCHES...
               APR  NORM                OCT-APR  NORM
BOZEMAN MSU... 0.4..13.9... 5TH LOWEST   63.5....84.9...29TH LOWEST
GREAT FALLS... 0.8.. 8.6...20TH LOWEST   57.9....58.5...41ST HIGHEST
HAVRE......... 0.2.. 3.0...34TH LOWEST   20.8....36.4...17TH LOWEST
HELENA........   T.. 3.7... 5TH LOWEST   23.8....35.6... 9TH LOWEST
W YELLOWSTONE. 0.6..12.4... 4TH LOWEST   73.0...155.9... 7TH LOWEST

AVERAGE WIND SPEED...MPH...
              APR   NORM   RANK         OCT-APR  NORM   RANK
BOZEMAN.......5.0....6.8... 1ST CALMEST   5.3.... 5.3...13TH CALMEST
CUT BANK.....12.4...13.1...21ST CALMEST  13.6....13.4...32ND CALMEST
DILLON....... 8.4... 9.7... 4TH CALMEST   9.8.... 9.5...28TH WINDIEST
GREAT FALLS..10.7...12.1...15TH CALMEST  12.1....13.3...11TH CALMEST
HAVRE........10.5...11.0...37TH WINDIEST 10.6....10.2...19TH WINDIEST
HELENA....... 7.3....8.0...11TH CALMEST   6.4.... 6.3...19TH CALMEST
LEWISTOWN.... 8.9... 9.7 ..15TH CALMEST   9.7.... 9.9...22ND CALMEST

APRIL TEMPERATURES WERE CLOSE TO NORMAL ACROSS THE REGION. IN
GENERAL, WESTERLY FLOW WITH A WEAK RIDGE OVER THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS
DOMINATED THE UPPER LEVEL FLOW FOR THE MONTH. THIS RIDGE WAS
SLIGHTLY STRONGER THAN NORMAL.

THE GREATEST NEGATIVE DEPARTURE FROM NORMAL FOR TEMPERATURE WAS
AROUND THREE FORKS, WHERE TEMPERATURES AVERAGED 2.5 DEGREES BELOW
NORMAL. ON THE OTHER HAND, TEMPERATURES WERE 2.3 DEGREES ABOVE
NORMAL AROUND LEWISTOWN. AVERAGES RANGED FROM 47.1 DEGREES IN
NORTHERN FERGUS COUNTY, TO 29.3 DEGREES AT YELLOW MULE, IN THE
MADISON RANGE. THE HIGHEST AREA TEMPERATURE WAS 85F AT CHINOOK ON
THE 29TH. THE LOWEST WAS 1F AT WHISKEY CREEK ON THE 2ND.

WATER-YEAR-TO-DATE AVERAGE TEMPERATURES WERE WARMER THAN NORMAL.
DILLON HAS HAD THEIR WARMEST WATER-YEAR SO FAR. THEY HAVE EXCEEDED
THEIR WARMEST TO-DATE LAST SET IN 1980.
HELENA HAS THEIR SECOND WARMEST TO DATE. THE LAST TIME HELENA HAD A
A WARMER WATER-YEAR TO DATE WAS IN 1934.
WEST YELLOWSTONE ALSO HAS THEIR SECOND WARMEST WATER-YEAR TO DATE.
THE LAST TIME THEY RECORDED A WARMER WATER-YEAR TO DATE WAS IN 1940.

PRECIPITATION AMOUNTS WERE WIDELY VARIABLE. A BAND OF ABOVE NORMAL
PRECIPITATION EXTENDED SOUTHWEST TO NORTHEAST ACROSS THE REGION,
FROM NEAR DILLON TO LEWISTOWN. IN THIS AREA, PRECIPITATION WAS 1.5
TO 2 TIMES NORMAL. ELSEWHERE OVER THE HI-LINE, PRECIPITATION AMOUNTS
WERE 15 TO 20 PERCENT OF NORMAL. AT GREAT FALLS, THIS WAS THE DRIEST
APRIL SINCE 2002, AND AT CUT BANK SINCE 1987. THE HIGHEST AREA
PRECIPITATION AMOUNTS FOR APRIL WERE 3.17-INCHES AT NORRIS MADISON
AND 5.20-INCHES AT BRACKETT CREEK (IN THE BRIDGERS).
FOR THE WATER-YEAR AT GREAT FALLS, THIS HAS BEEN THE DRIEST OF
RECORD SINCE 2004. AT WEST YELLOWSTONE, THIS IS THE DRIEST SINCE
1976.

SNOWFALL AMOUNTS WERE VARIABLE, BUT ON THE LOW SIDE OVERALL. THE
HIGHEST AREA SNOWFALL AMOUNT FOR APRIL WAS 21 INCHES AT NEIHART.
MOST LOWER ELEVATION LOCATIONS RECORDED AN INCH OR LESS.
WEST YELLOWSTONE HAS RECORDED THEIR LOWEST WATER-YEAR SNOW AMOUNT SINCE
1975, AND THE 7TH LOWEST WATER-YEAR VALUE OF RECORD. THE SNOW MELTED
OUT ON APRIL 17, WHICH WAS THE THIRD EARLIEST OF RECORD. THIS WAS
THE EARLIEST MELT-OUT AT WEST YELLOWSTONE SINCE 2004.

APRIL TURNED OUT TO BE A RELATIVELY CALM MONTH. BOZEMAN HAD THEIR
CALMEST APRIL OF RECORD, WHICH BROKE THE OLD CALMEST RECORD OF 5.9
MPH SET IN 1989. DILLON HAD THEIR 4TH CALMEST OF RECORD, AND THE HAD
THEIR LIGHTEST WINDS IN APRIL SINCE 2007. THE HIGHEST WIND GUST WAS
ON THE 12TH WHEN GUSTS TO 64 MPH WERE REPORTED AT NEAR FORT BENTON,
NEAR RUDYARD AND NEAR WHITLASH.

RECORDS FOR BOZEMAN BEGAN IN 1935...CUT BANK BEGAN IN 1903...DILLON
BEGAN IN 1939...GREAT FALLS BEGAN IN 1891...HAVRE AND HELENA BEGAN
IN 1880...AND LEWISTOWN BEGAN IN 1896. WEST YELLOWSTONE RECORDS BEGAN
IN 1905...WINDS BEGAN IN 2010. THE NORMAL PERIOD FOR ALL ELEMENTS IS
1981 TO 2010.

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

$$
&&

NNNN





























000
NOUS41 KWBC 051859
PNSWSH

Technical Implementation Notice 15-23
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
300 PM EDT May 5 2015

TO:       National Weather Service (NWS) Offices
          Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Customers
          Family of Services (FOS) Subscribers
          Other Customers of NWS Aviation Forecasts

FROM:     Bob Rutledge
          Acting Chief, Aviation and Space Weather Services Branch

SUBJECT:  Implementation of Terminal Aerodrome Forecast (TAF) service for
          Klawock, Alaska (PAKW), effective June 1, 2015

NOTE:     The following changes have no impact on NOAA Weather Wire Service
          subscribers

Effective June 1, 2015, 1800 Coordinated Universal Time (UTC), the NWS Office
in Juneau, AK, will begin TAF service for the Klawock, AK, Airport (PAKW).
Routine and updated TAFS will be issued for this airport, 24 hours a day.

NWS personnel will need to add the following identifier to their
communications systems to receive the new TAF:

Airport                 WMO Heading          AWIPS ID
-------                 -----------          --------
Klawock                 FTAK31 PAJN          TAFAKW

The new TAF will be added to the TAF collectives below, transmitted to
Federal Aviation Administration personnel and other external users.

WMO Headings        Available to the following customers
FTUS80 KWBC         Non-FAA Domestic and Family of Services
FTUS90 KWBC         FAA Weather Message Switching Center and FAA Facilities
FTUS52 KWBC         Global Telecommunication System Customers

Holders of NWS procedural instruction 10-813 (Terminal Aerodrome
Forecasts) should make appropriate additions to the appendices.

If you have questions regarding the TAF change, contact:

Tom Ainsworth
Meteorologist In Charge
NWS Juneau Forecast Office
Juneau, AK  99801
Phone 907-790-6804
Email tom.ainsworth@noaa.gov

This and other NWS Technical Implementation notices are available at:

     http://www.nws.noaa.gov/om/notif.htm

$$



000
NOUS41 KWBC 051859
PNSWSH

Technical Implementation Notice 15-23
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
300 PM EDT May 5 2015

TO:       National Weather Service (NWS) Offices
          Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Customers
          Family of Services (FOS) Subscribers
          Other Customers of NWS Aviation Forecasts

FROM:     Bob Rutledge
          Acting Chief, Aviation and Space Weather Services Branch

SUBJECT:  Implementation of Terminal Aerodrome Forecast (TAF) service for
          Klawock, Alaska (PAKW), effective June 1, 2015

NOTE:     The following changes have no impact on NOAA Weather Wire Service
          subscribers

Effective June 1, 2015, 1800 Coordinated Universal Time (UTC), the NWS Office
in Juneau, AK, will begin TAF service for the Klawock, AK, Airport (PAKW).
Routine and updated TAFS will be issued for this airport, 24 hours a day.

NWS personnel will need to add the following identifier to their
communications systems to receive the new TAF:

Airport                 WMO Heading          AWIPS ID
-------                 -----------          --------
Klawock                 FTAK31 PAJN          TAFAKW

The new TAF will be added to the TAF collectives below, transmitted to
Federal Aviation Administration personnel and other external users.

WMO Headings        Available to the following customers
FTUS80 KWBC         Non-FAA Domestic and Family of Services
FTUS90 KWBC         FAA Weather Message Switching Center and FAA Facilities
FTUS52 KWBC         Global Telecommunication System Customers

Holders of NWS procedural instruction 10-813 (Terminal Aerodrome
Forecasts) should make appropriate additions to the appendices.

If you have questions regarding the TAF change, contact:

Tom Ainsworth
Meteorologist In Charge
NWS Juneau Forecast Office
Juneau, AK  99801
Phone 907-790-6804
Email tom.ainsworth@noaa.gov

This and other NWS Technical Implementation notices are available at:

     http://www.nws.noaa.gov/om/notif.htm

$$


000
NOUS45 KGJT 051851
PNSGJT
COZ001>014-017>023-UTZ022>025-027>029-060651-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
SPOTTER REPORTS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
1251 PM MDT TUE MAY 05 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR SNOWFALL AND PRECIPITATION
AMOUNTS FOR EASTERN UTAH AND WESTERN COLORADO. 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    0.5   703 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   GOTHIC                 0.5   800 AM  5/05  UNOFFICIAL STATION


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

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

COLORADO

...ARCHULETA COUNTY...
   PAGOSA SPRINGS 2.5 W  0.45   715 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   PAGOSA SPRINGS 0.9 S  0.39   942 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   PAGOSA SPRINGS 1.6 S  0.33   754 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

...DELTA COUNTY...
   HOTCHKISS 5.1 WNW     0.02   711 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 1.8 NNE     0.01   851 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   PAONIA 1.3 NNW        0.01   651 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DELTA 1.6 ESE         0.01   746 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

...DOLORES COUNTY...
   DOVE CREEK 12.4 SSW   0.28   703 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

...EAGLE COUNTY...
   GYPSUM 1.9 SSW        0.45   715 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   GYPSUM 0.5 E          0.11   846 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   AVON 2N               0.02   700 AM  5/05  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   VAIL 0.9 WNW          0.01   657 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

...GARFIELD COUNTY...
   RIFLE                 0.24   100 AM  5/05  AVIATION SITE
   GLENWOOD SPRINGS 5.3  0.18   701 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   RIFLE 3ENE            0.01   800 AM  5/05  W CO COOP SITE
   RIFLE 3.2 ENE         0.01   709 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   CIMARRON 11.2 S       0.50   621 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   POWDERHORN 4.4 NNE    0.22   940 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DOYLEVILLE 2.1 W      0.11   800 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   GOTHIC                0.08   800 AM  5/05  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N   0.08   703 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   CRESTED BUTTE         0.07   935 AM  5/05  W CO COOP SITE
   PARLIN 2.7 ESE        0.06   804 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 6.6 N        0.04   745 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 0.8 N        0.03   839 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 0.8 NNW      0.02   924 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 3SW          0.02   900 AM  5/05  W CO COOP SITE

...LA PLATA COUNTY...
   REDMESA 4.2 NW        0.29   730 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 5S            0.17   800 AM  5/05  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   HESPERUS 7.8 SW       0.17   901 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 5.7 SW       0.16   718 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DURANGO               0.16   800 AM  5/05  W CO COOP SITE
   HESPERUS 13.3 SSW     0.15   713 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 4.9 SE       0.14   813 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 5.6 NNE      0.13   737 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 6.9 S        0.13   744 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 4.8 WSW       0.13   838 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 7.0 N        0.13   823 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 7.1 WSW       0.12   711 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   IGNACIO 6.9 NW        0.12   844 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 1.5 SW        0.10   843 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 0.7 NNE       0.10   839 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DURANGO .35 E         0.09   706 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 7N           0.09   800 AM  5/05  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   BAYFIELD 0.6 WSW      0.09   858 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   IGNACIO 8E            0.09   800 AM  5/05  W CO COOP SITE
   DURANGO 2.8 S         0.07   710 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

...MESA COUNTY...
   MESA 6S               0.04   700 AM  5/05  UNOFFICIAL STATION

...MOFFAT COUNTY...
   HAMILTON 0.8 WNW      0.27   735 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   CRAIG 30N             0.03   100 AM  5/05  W CO CRN SITE

...MONTEZUMA COUNTY...
   MESA VERDE NP         0.84   830 AM  5/05  W CO COOP SITE
   CORTEZ 7.8 WSW        0.45   859 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 1.0 ESE        0.30   804 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ                0.27   900 AM  5/05  W CO COOP SITE
   CORTEZ 2.3 NW         0.26   808 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 7.7 W          0.26   906 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 1.2 SW         0.26   703 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 8SE            0.25   100 AM  5/05  W CO CRN SITE
   CORTEZ 2.0 NW         0.23   804 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DOLORES 4.8 ENE       0.16   758 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DOLORES 3.9 SSW       0.14   640 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   BLACK CANYON NP       0.33   900 AM  5/05  W CO COOP SITE
   MONTROSE 2.0 E        0.17   909 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.2 ESE      0.13   709 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.9 ESE      0.13   657 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.9 ESE      0.13   659 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.3 ENE      0.13   744 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 7.3 ENE      0.12   735 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   PARADOX 2N            0.12   700 AM  5/05  W CO COOP SITE
   MONTROSE 2.0 SSE      0.10   504 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.2 WSW      0.06   802 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE #2           0.05   900 AM  5/05  W CO COOP SITE
   MONTROSE 5.6 SW       0.04  1010 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 8.1 WNW      0.03   810 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 4.0 NW       0.03   704 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 3.9 WNW      0.02   631 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

...OURAY COUNTY...
   RIDGWAY 3.3 NNW       0.10   659 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 17.1 SSE     0.05   924 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

...PITKIN COUNTY...
   ASPEN                 0.07   100 AM  5/05  AVIATION SITE

...RIO BLANCO COUNTY...
   MEEKER                0.14   100 AM  5/05  AVIATION SITE
   MEEKER 15W            0.06   100 AM  5/05  W CO CRN SITE

...ROUTT COUNTY...
   OAK CREEK 5.5 E       0.23   814 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   YAMPA 5.1 S           0.21   659 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   STMBOAT SPGS 1SE      0.17   759 AM  5/05  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 1   0.17   657 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 0.  0.11   729 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   CLARK 0.7 NW          0.10   622 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 1.  0.07   618 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

...SAN MIGUEL COUNTY...
   REDVALE 22.8 SW       0.40   804 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   SLICK ROCK 1.3 N      0.40   859 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

UTAH

...SAN JUAN COUNTY...
   MONTICELLO 2.3 SW     0.11   800 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   CANYONLANDS-NECK      0.10   900 AM  5/05  E UT COOP SITE
   HOVENWEEP NM          0.10   800 AM  5/05  E UT COOP SITE
   MONTICELLO #2         0.06   800 AM  5/05  E UT COOP SITE
   CNYLANDS-NEEDLES      0.04   900 AM  5/05  E UT COOP SITE
   BLUFF 32NW            0.02   100 AM  5/05  E UT CRN SITE

...UINTAH COUNTY...
   FORT DUCHESNE         0.02   750 AM  5/05  E UT COOP SITE

$$

MALEKSA


000
NOUS45 KGJT 051851
PNSGJT
COZ001>014-017>023-UTZ022>025-027>029-060651-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
SPOTTER REPORTS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
1251 PM MDT TUE MAY 05 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR SNOWFALL AND PRECIPITATION
AMOUNTS FOR EASTERN UTAH AND WESTERN COLORADO. 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    0.5   703 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   GOTHIC                 0.5   800 AM  5/05  UNOFFICIAL STATION


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

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

COLORADO

...ARCHULETA COUNTY...
   PAGOSA SPRINGS 2.5 W  0.45   715 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   PAGOSA SPRINGS 0.9 S  0.39   942 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   PAGOSA SPRINGS 1.6 S  0.33   754 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

...DELTA COUNTY...
   HOTCHKISS 5.1 WNW     0.02   711 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 1.8 NNE     0.01   851 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   PAONIA 1.3 NNW        0.01   651 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DELTA 1.6 ESE         0.01   746 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

...DOLORES COUNTY...
   DOVE CREEK 12.4 SSW   0.28   703 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

...EAGLE COUNTY...
   GYPSUM 1.9 SSW        0.45   715 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   GYPSUM 0.5 E          0.11   846 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   AVON 2N               0.02   700 AM  5/05  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   VAIL 0.9 WNW          0.01   657 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

...GARFIELD COUNTY...
   RIFLE                 0.24   100 AM  5/05  AVIATION SITE
   GLENWOOD SPRINGS 5.3  0.18   701 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   RIFLE 3ENE            0.01   800 AM  5/05  W CO COOP SITE
   RIFLE 3.2 ENE         0.01   709 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   CIMARRON 11.2 S       0.50   621 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   POWDERHORN 4.4 NNE    0.22   940 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DOYLEVILLE 2.1 W      0.11   800 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   GOTHIC                0.08   800 AM  5/05  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N   0.08   703 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   CRESTED BUTTE         0.07   935 AM  5/05  W CO COOP SITE
   PARLIN 2.7 ESE        0.06   804 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 6.6 N        0.04   745 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 0.8 N        0.03   839 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 0.8 NNW      0.02   924 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 3SW          0.02   900 AM  5/05  W CO COOP SITE

...LA PLATA COUNTY...
   REDMESA 4.2 NW        0.29   730 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 5S            0.17   800 AM  5/05  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   HESPERUS 7.8 SW       0.17   901 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 5.7 SW       0.16   718 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DURANGO               0.16   800 AM  5/05  W CO COOP SITE
   HESPERUS 13.3 SSW     0.15   713 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 4.9 SE       0.14   813 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 5.6 NNE      0.13   737 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 6.9 S        0.13   744 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 4.8 WSW       0.13   838 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 7.0 N        0.13   823 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 7.1 WSW       0.12   711 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   IGNACIO 6.9 NW        0.12   844 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 1.5 SW        0.10   843 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 0.7 NNE       0.10   839 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DURANGO .35 E         0.09   706 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 7N           0.09   800 AM  5/05  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   BAYFIELD 0.6 WSW      0.09   858 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   IGNACIO 8E            0.09   800 AM  5/05  W CO COOP SITE
   DURANGO 2.8 S         0.07   710 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

...MESA COUNTY...
   MESA 6S               0.04   700 AM  5/05  UNOFFICIAL STATION

...MOFFAT COUNTY...
   HAMILTON 0.8 WNW      0.27   735 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   CRAIG 30N             0.03   100 AM  5/05  W CO CRN SITE

...MONTEZUMA COUNTY...
   MESA VERDE NP         0.84   830 AM  5/05  W CO COOP SITE
   CORTEZ 7.8 WSW        0.45   859 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 1.0 ESE        0.30   804 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ                0.27   900 AM  5/05  W CO COOP SITE
   CORTEZ 2.3 NW         0.26   808 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 7.7 W          0.26   906 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 1.2 SW         0.26   703 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 8SE            0.25   100 AM  5/05  W CO CRN SITE
   CORTEZ 2.0 NW         0.23   804 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DOLORES 4.8 ENE       0.16   758 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DOLORES 3.9 SSW       0.14   640 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   BLACK CANYON NP       0.33   900 AM  5/05  W CO COOP SITE
   MONTROSE 2.0 E        0.17   909 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.2 ESE      0.13   709 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.9 ESE      0.13   657 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.9 ESE      0.13   659 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.3 ENE      0.13   744 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 7.3 ENE      0.12   735 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   PARADOX 2N            0.12   700 AM  5/05  W CO COOP SITE
   MONTROSE 2.0 SSE      0.10   504 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.2 WSW      0.06   802 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE #2           0.05   900 AM  5/05  W CO COOP SITE
   MONTROSE 5.6 SW       0.04  1010 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 8.1 WNW      0.03   810 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 4.0 NW       0.03   704 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 3.9 WNW      0.02   631 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

...OURAY COUNTY...
   RIDGWAY 3.3 NNW       0.10   659 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 17.1 SSE     0.05   924 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

...PITKIN COUNTY...
   ASPEN                 0.07   100 AM  5/05  AVIATION SITE

...RIO BLANCO COUNTY...
   MEEKER                0.14   100 AM  5/05  AVIATION SITE
   MEEKER 15W            0.06   100 AM  5/05  W CO CRN SITE

...ROUTT COUNTY...
   OAK CREEK 5.5 E       0.23   814 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   YAMPA 5.1 S           0.21   659 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   STMBOAT SPGS 1SE      0.17   759 AM  5/05  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 1   0.17   657 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 0.  0.11   729 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   CLARK 0.7 NW          0.10   622 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 1.  0.07   618 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

...SAN MIGUEL COUNTY...
   REDVALE 22.8 SW       0.40   804 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   SLICK ROCK 1.3 N      0.40   859 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

UTAH

...SAN JUAN COUNTY...
   MONTICELLO 2.3 SW     0.11   800 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   CANYONLANDS-NECK      0.10   900 AM  5/05  E UT COOP SITE
   HOVENWEEP NM          0.10   800 AM  5/05  E UT COOP SITE
   MONTICELLO #2         0.06   800 AM  5/05  E UT COOP SITE
   CNYLANDS-NEEDLES      0.04   900 AM  5/05  E UT COOP SITE
   BLUFF 32NW            0.02   100 AM  5/05  E UT CRN SITE

...UINTAH COUNTY...
   FORT DUCHESNE         0.02   750 AM  5/05  E UT COOP SITE

$$

MALEKSA


000
NOUS45 KGJT 051851
PNSGJT
COZ001>014-017>023-UTZ022>025-027>029-060651-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
SPOTTER REPORTS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
1251 PM MDT TUE MAY 05 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR SNOWFALL AND PRECIPITATION
AMOUNTS FOR EASTERN UTAH AND WESTERN COLORADO. 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    0.5   703 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   GOTHIC                 0.5   800 AM  5/05  UNOFFICIAL STATION


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

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

COLORADO

...ARCHULETA COUNTY...
   PAGOSA SPRINGS 2.5 W  0.45   715 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   PAGOSA SPRINGS 0.9 S  0.39   942 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   PAGOSA SPRINGS 1.6 S  0.33   754 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

...DELTA COUNTY...
   HOTCHKISS 5.1 WNW     0.02   711 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 1.8 NNE     0.01   851 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   PAONIA 1.3 NNW        0.01   651 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DELTA 1.6 ESE         0.01   746 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

...DOLORES COUNTY...
   DOVE CREEK 12.4 SSW   0.28   703 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

...EAGLE COUNTY...
   GYPSUM 1.9 SSW        0.45   715 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   GYPSUM 0.5 E          0.11   846 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   AVON 2N               0.02   700 AM  5/05  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   VAIL 0.9 WNW          0.01   657 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

...GARFIELD COUNTY...
   RIFLE                 0.24   100 AM  5/05  AVIATION SITE
   GLENWOOD SPRINGS 5.3  0.18   701 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   RIFLE 3ENE            0.01   800 AM  5/05  W CO COOP SITE
   RIFLE 3.2 ENE         0.01   709 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   CIMARRON 11.2 S       0.50   621 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   POWDERHORN 4.4 NNE    0.22   940 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DOYLEVILLE 2.1 W      0.11   800 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   GOTHIC                0.08   800 AM  5/05  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N   0.08   703 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   CRESTED BUTTE         0.07   935 AM  5/05  W CO COOP SITE
   PARLIN 2.7 ESE        0.06   804 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 6.6 N        0.04   745 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 0.8 N        0.03   839 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 0.8 NNW      0.02   924 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 3SW          0.02   900 AM  5/05  W CO COOP SITE

...LA PLATA COUNTY...
   REDMESA 4.2 NW        0.29   730 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 5S            0.17   800 AM  5/05  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   HESPERUS 7.8 SW       0.17   901 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 5.7 SW       0.16   718 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DURANGO               0.16   800 AM  5/05  W CO COOP SITE
   HESPERUS 13.3 SSW     0.15   713 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 4.9 SE       0.14   813 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 5.6 NNE      0.13   737 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 6.9 S        0.13   744 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 4.8 WSW       0.13   838 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 7.0 N        0.13   823 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 7.1 WSW       0.12   711 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   IGNACIO 6.9 NW        0.12   844 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 1.5 SW        0.10   843 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 0.7 NNE       0.10   839 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DURANGO .35 E         0.09   706 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 7N           0.09   800 AM  5/05  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   BAYFIELD 0.6 WSW      0.09   858 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   IGNACIO 8E            0.09   800 AM  5/05  W CO COOP SITE
   DURANGO 2.8 S         0.07   710 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

...MESA COUNTY...
   MESA 6S               0.04   700 AM  5/05  UNOFFICIAL STATION

...MOFFAT COUNTY...
   HAMILTON 0.8 WNW      0.27   735 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   CRAIG 30N             0.03   100 AM  5/05  W CO CRN SITE

...MONTEZUMA COUNTY...
   MESA VERDE NP         0.84   830 AM  5/05  W CO COOP SITE
   CORTEZ 7.8 WSW        0.45   859 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 1.0 ESE        0.30   804 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ                0.27   900 AM  5/05  W CO COOP SITE
   CORTEZ 2.3 NW         0.26   808 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 7.7 W          0.26   906 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 1.2 SW         0.26   703 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 8SE            0.25   100 AM  5/05  W CO CRN SITE
   CORTEZ 2.0 NW         0.23   804 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DOLORES 4.8 ENE       0.16   758 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DOLORES 3.9 SSW       0.14   640 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   BLACK CANYON NP       0.33   900 AM  5/05  W CO COOP SITE
   MONTROSE 2.0 E        0.17   909 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.2 ESE      0.13   709 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.9 ESE      0.13   657 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.9 ESE      0.13   659 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.3 ENE      0.13   744 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 7.3 ENE      0.12   735 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   PARADOX 2N            0.12   700 AM  5/05  W CO COOP SITE
   MONTROSE 2.0 SSE      0.10   504 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.2 WSW      0.06   802 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE #2           0.05   900 AM  5/05  W CO COOP SITE
   MONTROSE 5.6 SW       0.04  1010 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 8.1 WNW      0.03   810 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 4.0 NW       0.03   704 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 3.9 WNW      0.02   631 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

...OURAY COUNTY...
   RIDGWAY 3.3 NNW       0.10   659 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 17.1 SSE     0.05   924 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

...PITKIN COUNTY...
   ASPEN                 0.07   100 AM  5/05  AVIATION SITE

...RIO BLANCO COUNTY...
   MEEKER                0.14   100 AM  5/05  AVIATION SITE
   MEEKER 15W            0.06   100 AM  5/05  W CO CRN SITE

...ROUTT COUNTY...
   OAK CREEK 5.5 E       0.23   814 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   YAMPA 5.1 S           0.21   659 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   STMBOAT SPGS 1SE      0.17   759 AM  5/05  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 1   0.17   657 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 0.  0.11   729 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   CLARK 0.7 NW          0.10   622 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 1.  0.07   618 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

...SAN MIGUEL COUNTY...
   REDVALE 22.8 SW       0.40   804 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   SLICK ROCK 1.3 N      0.40   859 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

UTAH

...SAN JUAN COUNTY...
   MONTICELLO 2.3 SW     0.11   800 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   CANYONLANDS-NECK      0.10   900 AM  5/05  E UT COOP SITE
   HOVENWEEP NM          0.10   800 AM  5/05  E UT COOP SITE
   MONTICELLO #2         0.06   800 AM  5/05  E UT COOP SITE
   CNYLANDS-NEEDLES      0.04   900 AM  5/05  E UT COOP SITE
   BLUFF 32NW            0.02   100 AM  5/05  E UT CRN SITE

...UINTAH COUNTY...
   FORT DUCHESNE         0.02   750 AM  5/05  E UT COOP SITE

$$

MALEKSA


000
NOUS45 KGJT 051851
PNSGJT
COZ001>014-017>023-UTZ022>025-027>029-060651-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
SPOTTER REPORTS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
1251 PM MDT TUE MAY 05 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR SNOWFALL AND PRECIPITATION
AMOUNTS FOR EASTERN UTAH AND WESTERN COLORADO. 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    0.5   703 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   GOTHIC                 0.5   800 AM  5/05  UNOFFICIAL STATION


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

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

COLORADO

...ARCHULETA COUNTY...
   PAGOSA SPRINGS 2.5 W  0.45   715 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   PAGOSA SPRINGS 0.9 S  0.39   942 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   PAGOSA SPRINGS 1.6 S  0.33   754 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

...DELTA COUNTY...
   HOTCHKISS 5.1 WNW     0.02   711 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 1.8 NNE     0.01   851 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   PAONIA 1.3 NNW        0.01   651 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DELTA 1.6 ESE         0.01   746 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

...DOLORES COUNTY...
   DOVE CREEK 12.4 SSW   0.28   703 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

...EAGLE COUNTY...
   GYPSUM 1.9 SSW        0.45   715 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   GYPSUM 0.5 E          0.11   846 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   AVON 2N               0.02   700 AM  5/05  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   VAIL 0.9 WNW          0.01   657 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

...GARFIELD COUNTY...
   RIFLE                 0.24   100 AM  5/05  AVIATION SITE
   GLENWOOD SPRINGS 5.3  0.18   701 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   RIFLE 3ENE            0.01   800 AM  5/05  W CO COOP SITE
   RIFLE 3.2 ENE         0.01   709 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   CIMARRON 11.2 S       0.50   621 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   POWDERHORN 4.4 NNE    0.22   940 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DOYLEVILLE 2.1 W      0.11   800 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   GOTHIC                0.08   800 AM  5/05  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N   0.08   703 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   CRESTED BUTTE         0.07   935 AM  5/05  W CO COOP SITE
   PARLIN 2.7 ESE        0.06   804 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 6.6 N        0.04   745 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 0.8 N        0.03   839 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 0.8 NNW      0.02   924 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 3SW          0.02   900 AM  5/05  W CO COOP SITE

...LA PLATA COUNTY...
   REDMESA 4.2 NW        0.29   730 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 5S            0.17   800 AM  5/05  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   HESPERUS 7.8 SW       0.17   901 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 5.7 SW       0.16   718 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DURANGO               0.16   800 AM  5/05  W CO COOP SITE
   HESPERUS 13.3 SSW     0.15   713 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 4.9 SE       0.14   813 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 5.6 NNE      0.13   737 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 6.9 S        0.13   744 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 4.8 WSW       0.13   838 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 7.0 N        0.13   823 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 7.1 WSW       0.12   711 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   IGNACIO 6.9 NW        0.12   844 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 1.5 SW        0.10   843 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 0.7 NNE       0.10   839 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DURANGO .35 E         0.09   706 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 7N           0.09   800 AM  5/05  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   BAYFIELD 0.6 WSW      0.09   858 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   IGNACIO 8E            0.09   800 AM  5/05  W CO COOP SITE
   DURANGO 2.8 S         0.07   710 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

...MESA COUNTY...
   MESA 6S               0.04   700 AM  5/05  UNOFFICIAL STATION

...MOFFAT COUNTY...
   HAMILTON 0.8 WNW      0.27   735 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   CRAIG 30N             0.03   100 AM  5/05  W CO CRN SITE

...MONTEZUMA COUNTY...
   MESA VERDE NP         0.84   830 AM  5/05  W CO COOP SITE
   CORTEZ 7.8 WSW        0.45   859 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 1.0 ESE        0.30   804 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ                0.27   900 AM  5/05  W CO COOP SITE
   CORTEZ 2.3 NW         0.26   808 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 7.7 W          0.26   906 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 1.2 SW         0.26   703 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 8SE            0.25   100 AM  5/05  W CO CRN SITE
   CORTEZ 2.0 NW         0.23   804 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DOLORES 4.8 ENE       0.16   758 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DOLORES 3.9 SSW       0.14   640 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   BLACK CANYON NP       0.33   900 AM  5/05  W CO COOP SITE
   MONTROSE 2.0 E        0.17   909 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.2 ESE      0.13   709 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.9 ESE      0.13   657 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.9 ESE      0.13   659 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.3 ENE      0.13   744 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 7.3 ENE      0.12   735 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   PARADOX 2N            0.12   700 AM  5/05  W CO COOP SITE
   MONTROSE 2.0 SSE      0.10   504 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.2 WSW      0.06   802 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE #2           0.05   900 AM  5/05  W CO COOP SITE
   MONTROSE 5.6 SW       0.04  1010 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 8.1 WNW      0.03   810 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 4.0 NW       0.03   704 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 3.9 WNW      0.02   631 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

...OURAY COUNTY...
   RIDGWAY 3.3 NNW       0.10   659 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 17.1 SSE     0.05   924 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

...PITKIN COUNTY...
   ASPEN                 0.07   100 AM  5/05  AVIATION SITE

...RIO BLANCO COUNTY...
   MEEKER                0.14   100 AM  5/05  AVIATION SITE
   MEEKER 15W            0.06   100 AM  5/05  W CO CRN SITE

...ROUTT COUNTY...
   OAK CREEK 5.5 E       0.23   814 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   YAMPA 5.1 S           0.21   659 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   STMBOAT SPGS 1SE      0.17   759 AM  5/05  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 1   0.17   657 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 0.  0.11   729 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   CLARK 0.7 NW          0.10   622 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 1.  0.07   618 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

...SAN MIGUEL COUNTY...
   REDVALE 22.8 SW       0.40   804 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   SLICK ROCK 1.3 N      0.40   859 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

UTAH

...SAN JUAN COUNTY...
   MONTICELLO 2.3 SW     0.11   800 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   CANYONLANDS-NECK      0.10   900 AM  5/05  E UT COOP SITE
   HOVENWEEP NM          0.10   800 AM  5/05  E UT COOP SITE
   MONTICELLO #2         0.06   800 AM  5/05  E UT COOP SITE
   CNYLANDS-NEEDLES      0.04   900 AM  5/05  E UT COOP SITE
   BLUFF 32NW            0.02   100 AM  5/05  E UT CRN SITE

...UINTAH COUNTY...
   FORT DUCHESNE         0.02   750 AM  5/05  E UT COOP SITE

$$

MALEKSA


000
NOUS45 KGJT 051851
PNSGJT
COZ001>014-017>023-UTZ022>025-027>029-060651-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
SPOTTER REPORTS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
1251 PM MDT TUE MAY 05 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR SNOWFALL AND PRECIPITATION
AMOUNTS FOR EASTERN UTAH AND WESTERN COLORADO. 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    0.5   703 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   GOTHIC                 0.5   800 AM  5/05  UNOFFICIAL STATION


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

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

COLORADO

...ARCHULETA COUNTY...
   PAGOSA SPRINGS 2.5 W  0.45   715 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   PAGOSA SPRINGS 0.9 S  0.39   942 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   PAGOSA SPRINGS 1.6 S  0.33   754 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

...DELTA COUNTY...
   HOTCHKISS 5.1 WNW     0.02   711 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 1.8 NNE     0.01   851 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   PAONIA 1.3 NNW        0.01   651 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DELTA 1.6 ESE         0.01   746 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

...DOLORES COUNTY...
   DOVE CREEK 12.4 SSW   0.28   703 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

...EAGLE COUNTY...
   GYPSUM 1.9 SSW        0.45   715 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   GYPSUM 0.5 E          0.11   846 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   AVON 2N               0.02   700 AM  5/05  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   VAIL 0.9 WNW          0.01   657 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

...GARFIELD COUNTY...
   RIFLE                 0.24   100 AM  5/05  AVIATION SITE
   GLENWOOD SPRINGS 5.3  0.18   701 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   RIFLE 3ENE            0.01   800 AM  5/05  W CO COOP SITE
   RIFLE 3.2 ENE         0.01   709 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   CIMARRON 11.2 S       0.50   621 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   POWDERHORN 4.4 NNE    0.22   940 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DOYLEVILLE 2.1 W      0.11   800 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   GOTHIC                0.08   800 AM  5/05  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N   0.08   703 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   CRESTED BUTTE         0.07   935 AM  5/05  W CO COOP SITE
   PARLIN 2.7 ESE        0.06   804 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 6.6 N        0.04   745 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 0.8 N        0.03   839 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 0.8 NNW      0.02   924 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 3SW          0.02   900 AM  5/05  W CO COOP SITE

...LA PLATA COUNTY...
   REDMESA 4.2 NW        0.29   730 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 5S            0.17   800 AM  5/05  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   HESPERUS 7.8 SW       0.17   901 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 5.7 SW       0.16   718 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DURANGO               0.16   800 AM  5/05  W CO COOP SITE
   HESPERUS 13.3 SSW     0.15   713 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 4.9 SE       0.14   813 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 5.6 NNE      0.13   737 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 6.9 S        0.13   744 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 4.8 WSW       0.13   838 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 7.0 N        0.13   823 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 7.1 WSW       0.12   711 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   IGNACIO 6.9 NW        0.12   844 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 1.5 SW        0.10   843 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 0.7 NNE       0.10   839 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DURANGO .35 E         0.09   706 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 7N           0.09   800 AM  5/05  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   BAYFIELD 0.6 WSW      0.09   858 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   IGNACIO 8E            0.09   800 AM  5/05  W CO COOP SITE
   DURANGO 2.8 S         0.07   710 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

...MESA COUNTY...
   MESA 6S               0.04   700 AM  5/05  UNOFFICIAL STATION

...MOFFAT COUNTY...
   HAMILTON 0.8 WNW      0.27   735 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   CRAIG 30N             0.03   100 AM  5/05  W CO CRN SITE

...MONTEZUMA COUNTY...
   MESA VERDE NP         0.84   830 AM  5/05  W CO COOP SITE
   CORTEZ 7.8 WSW        0.45   859 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 1.0 ESE        0.30   804 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ                0.27   900 AM  5/05  W CO COOP SITE
   CORTEZ 2.3 NW         0.26   808 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 7.7 W          0.26   906 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 1.2 SW         0.26   703 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 8SE            0.25   100 AM  5/05  W CO CRN SITE
   CORTEZ 2.0 NW         0.23   804 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DOLORES 4.8 ENE       0.16   758 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DOLORES 3.9 SSW       0.14   640 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   BLACK CANYON NP       0.33   900 AM  5/05  W CO COOP SITE
   MONTROSE 2.0 E        0.17   909 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.2 ESE      0.13   709 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.9 ESE      0.13   657 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.9 ESE      0.13   659 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.3 ENE      0.13   744 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 7.3 ENE      0.12   735 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   PARADOX 2N            0.12   700 AM  5/05  W CO COOP SITE
   MONTROSE 2.0 SSE      0.10   504 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.2 WSW      0.06   802 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE #2           0.05   900 AM  5/05  W CO COOP SITE
   MONTROSE 5.6 SW       0.04  1010 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 8.1 WNW      0.03   810 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 4.0 NW       0.03   704 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 3.9 WNW      0.02   631 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

...OURAY COUNTY...
   RIDGWAY 3.3 NNW       0.10   659 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 17.1 SSE     0.05   924 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

...PITKIN COUNTY...
   ASPEN                 0.07   100 AM  5/05  AVIATION SITE

...RIO BLANCO COUNTY...
   MEEKER                0.14   100 AM  5/05  AVIATION SITE
   MEEKER 15W            0.06   100 AM  5/05  W CO CRN SITE

...ROUTT COUNTY...
   OAK CREEK 5.5 E       0.23   814 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   YAMPA 5.1 S           0.21   659 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   STMBOAT SPGS 1SE      0.17   759 AM  5/05  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 1   0.17   657 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 0.  0.11   729 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   CLARK 0.7 NW          0.10   622 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 1.  0.07   618 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

...SAN MIGUEL COUNTY...
   REDVALE 22.8 SW       0.40   804 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   SLICK ROCK 1.3 N      0.40   859 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

UTAH

...SAN JUAN COUNTY...
   MONTICELLO 2.3 SW     0.11   800 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   CANYONLANDS-NECK      0.10   900 AM  5/05  E UT COOP SITE
   HOVENWEEP NM          0.10   800 AM  5/05  E UT COOP SITE
   MONTICELLO #2         0.06   800 AM  5/05  E UT COOP SITE
   CNYLANDS-NEEDLES      0.04   900 AM  5/05  E UT COOP SITE
   BLUFF 32NW            0.02   100 AM  5/05  E UT CRN SITE

...UINTAH COUNTY...
   FORT DUCHESNE         0.02   750 AM  5/05  E UT COOP SITE

$$

MALEKSA



000
NOUS45 KGJT 051851
PNSGJT
COZ001>014-017>023-UTZ022>025-027>029-060651-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
SPOTTER REPORTS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
1251 PM MDT TUE MAY 05 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR SNOWFALL AND PRECIPITATION
AMOUNTS FOR EASTERN UTAH AND WESTERN COLORADO. 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    0.5   703 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   GOTHIC                 0.5   800 AM  5/05  UNOFFICIAL STATION


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

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

COLORADO

...ARCHULETA COUNTY...
   PAGOSA SPRINGS 2.5 W  0.45   715 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   PAGOSA SPRINGS 0.9 S  0.39   942 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   PAGOSA SPRINGS 1.6 S  0.33   754 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

...DELTA COUNTY...
   HOTCHKISS 5.1 WNW     0.02   711 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 1.8 NNE     0.01   851 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   PAONIA 1.3 NNW        0.01   651 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DELTA 1.6 ESE         0.01   746 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

...DOLORES COUNTY...
   DOVE CREEK 12.4 SSW   0.28   703 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

...EAGLE COUNTY...
   GYPSUM 1.9 SSW        0.45   715 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   GYPSUM 0.5 E          0.11   846 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   AVON 2N               0.02   700 AM  5/05  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   VAIL 0.9 WNW          0.01   657 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

...GARFIELD COUNTY...
   RIFLE                 0.24   100 AM  5/05  AVIATION SITE
   GLENWOOD SPRINGS 5.3  0.18   701 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   RIFLE 3ENE            0.01   800 AM  5/05  W CO COOP SITE
   RIFLE 3.2 ENE         0.01   709 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   CIMARRON 11.2 S       0.50   621 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   POWDERHORN 4.4 NNE    0.22   940 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DOYLEVILLE 2.1 W      0.11   800 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   GOTHIC                0.08   800 AM  5/05  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N   0.08   703 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   CRESTED BUTTE         0.07   935 AM  5/05  W CO COOP SITE
   PARLIN 2.7 ESE        0.06   804 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 6.6 N        0.04   745 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 0.8 N        0.03   839 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 0.8 NNW      0.02   924 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 3SW          0.02   900 AM  5/05  W CO COOP SITE

...LA PLATA COUNTY...
   REDMESA 4.2 NW        0.29   730 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 5S            0.17   800 AM  5/05  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   HESPERUS 7.8 SW       0.17   901 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 5.7 SW       0.16   718 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DURANGO               0.16   800 AM  5/05  W CO COOP SITE
   HESPERUS 13.3 SSW     0.15   713 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 4.9 SE       0.14   813 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 5.6 NNE      0.13   737 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 6.9 S        0.13   744 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 4.8 WSW       0.13   838 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 7.0 N        0.13   823 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 7.1 WSW       0.12   711 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   IGNACIO 6.9 NW        0.12   844 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 1.5 SW        0.10   843 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 0.7 NNE       0.10   839 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DURANGO .35 E         0.09   706 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 7N           0.09   800 AM  5/05  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   BAYFIELD 0.6 WSW      0.09   858 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   IGNACIO 8E            0.09   800 AM  5/05  W CO COOP SITE
   DURANGO 2.8 S         0.07   710 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

...MESA COUNTY...
   MESA 6S               0.04   700 AM  5/05  UNOFFICIAL STATION

...MOFFAT COUNTY...
   HAMILTON 0.8 WNW      0.27   735 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   CRAIG 30N             0.03   100 AM  5/05  W CO CRN SITE

...MONTEZUMA COUNTY...
   MESA VERDE NP         0.84   830 AM  5/05  W CO COOP SITE
   CORTEZ 7.8 WSW        0.45   859 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 1.0 ESE        0.30   804 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ                0.27   900 AM  5/05  W CO COOP SITE
   CORTEZ 2.3 NW         0.26   808 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 7.7 W          0.26   906 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 1.2 SW         0.26   703 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 8SE            0.25   100 AM  5/05  W CO CRN SITE
   CORTEZ 2.0 NW         0.23   804 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DOLORES 4.8 ENE       0.16   758 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   DOLORES 3.9 SSW       0.14   640 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   BLACK CANYON NP       0.33   900 AM  5/05  W CO COOP SITE
   MONTROSE 2.0 E        0.17   909 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.2 ESE      0.13   709 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.9 ESE      0.13   657 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.9 ESE      0.13   659 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.3 ENE      0.13   744 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 7.3 ENE      0.12   735 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   PARADOX 2N            0.12   700 AM  5/05  W CO COOP SITE
   MONTROSE 2.0 SSE      0.10   504 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.2 WSW      0.06   802 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE #2           0.05   900 AM  5/05  W CO COOP SITE
   MONTROSE 5.6 SW       0.04  1010 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 8.1 WNW      0.03   810 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 4.0 NW       0.03   704 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 3.9 WNW      0.02   631 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

...OURAY COUNTY...
   RIDGWAY 3.3 NNW       0.10   659 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 17.1 SSE     0.05   924 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

...PITKIN COUNTY...
   ASPEN                 0.07   100 AM  5/05  AVIATION SITE

...RIO BLANCO COUNTY...
   MEEKER                0.14   100 AM  5/05  AVIATION SITE
   MEEKER 15W            0.06   100 AM  5/05  W CO CRN SITE

...ROUTT COUNTY...
   OAK CREEK 5.5 E       0.23   814 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   YAMPA 5.1 S           0.21   659 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   STMBOAT SPGS 1SE      0.17   759 AM  5/05  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 1   0.17   657 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 0.  0.11   729 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   CLARK 0.7 NW          0.10   622 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 1.  0.07   618 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

...SAN MIGUEL COUNTY...
   REDVALE 22.8 SW       0.40   804 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   SLICK ROCK 1.3 N      0.40   859 AM  5/05  COCORAHS

UTAH

...SAN JUAN COUNTY...
   MONTICELLO 2.3 SW     0.11   800 AM  5/05  COCORAHS
   CANYONLANDS-NECK      0.10   900 AM  5/05  E UT COOP SITE
   HOVENWEEP NM          0.10   800 AM  5/05  E UT COOP SITE
   MONTICELLO #2         0.06   800 AM  5/05  E UT COOP SITE
   CNYLANDS-NEEDLES      0.04   900 AM  5/05  E UT COOP SITE
   BLUFF 32NW            0.02   100 AM  5/05  E UT CRN SITE

...UINTAH COUNTY...
   FORT DUCHESNE         0.02   750 AM  5/05  E UT COOP SITE

$$

MALEKSA


000
NOUS44 KEWX 051545
PNSEWX
TXZ192-071545-

SERVICE CHANGE NOTICE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AUSTIN/SAN ANTONIO TX
1045 AM CDT TUE MAY 5 2015

TO:SUBSCRIBERS:
-FAMILY OF SERVICES
-NOAA WEATHER WIRE SERVICE
-EMERGENCY MANAGERS WEATHER INFORMATION NETWORK
OTHER NWS PARTNERS...USERS AND EMPLOYEES

FROM:JOE ARELLANO METEOROLOGIST IN CHARGE
WEATHER FORECAST OFFICE AUSTIN/SAN ANTONIO, TX

SUBJECT:CHANGES IN MODERATE AND MAJOR FLOOD CATEGORIES
FOR STREAM GAGE AT HIGHWAY 183 ON ONION CREEK /ATIT2/

EFFECTIVE AT 1800 COORDINATED UNIVERSAL TIME ON SATURDAY MAY 23
2015...THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WILL CHANGE THE MODERATE AND
MAJOR FLOOD STAGES FOR THE STREAM GAGE AT HIGHWAY 183 ON ONION
CREEK.

THE NEW MODERATE AND MAJOR FLOOD STAGES REFERENCED IN FLOOD
WARNINGS...FLOOD STATEMENTS...AND FLOOD ADVISORIES WILL BE 23 FEET
AND 27 FEET ABOVE GAGE ZERO. THE PREVIOUS MODERATE FLOOD STAGE WAS
20 FEET AND THE PREVIOUS MAJOR FLOOD STAGE WAS 24 FEET ABOVE GAGE
ZERO. THIS CHANGE IS PART OF A RECENT RE-EVALUATION OF THE FLOOD
PLAIN WITH CITY OF AUSTIN WATERSHED PROTECTION DEPARTMENT. THE
BANKFULL AND MINOR FLOOD STAGES AT THIS STREAM GAGE LOCATION WILL
REMAIN UNCHANGED.

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WELCOMES PUBLIC FEEDBACK. IF YOU HAVE
ANY QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS ON THIS CHANGE...PLEASE CONTACT:

JOE ARELLANO
METEOROLOGIST IN CHARGE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AUSTIN/SAN ANTONIO TX
2090 AIRPORT ROAD
NEW BRAUNFELS TX 78130
PHONE: 830.629.0130 X222
E-MAIL: JOE.ARELLANO@NOAA.GOV (LOWER CASE)

OR

MARK LENZ
SERVICE HYDROLOGIST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AUSTIN/SAN ANTONIO TX
2090 AIRPORT ROAD
NEW BRAUNFELS TX 78130
PHONE: 830.629.0130 X228
E-MAIL: MARK.LENZ@NOAA.GOV (LOWER CASE)

$$


000
NOUS44 KEWX 051545
PNSEWX
TXZ192-071545-

SERVICE CHANGE NOTICE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AUSTIN/SAN ANTONIO TX
1045 AM CDT TUE MAY 5 2015

TO:SUBSCRIBERS:
-FAMILY OF SERVICES
-NOAA WEATHER WIRE SERVICE
-EMERGENCY MANAGERS WEATHER INFORMATION NETWORK
OTHER NWS PARTNERS...USERS AND EMPLOYEES

FROM:JOE ARELLANO METEOROLOGIST IN CHARGE
WEATHER FORECAST OFFICE AUSTIN/SAN ANTONIO, TX

SUBJECT:CHANGES IN MODERATE AND MAJOR FLOOD CATEGORIES
FOR STREAM GAGE AT HIGHWAY 183 ON ONION CREEK /ATIT2/

EFFECTIVE AT 1800 COORDINATED UNIVERSAL TIME ON SATURDAY MAY 23
2015...THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WILL CHANGE THE MODERATE AND
MAJOR FLOOD STAGES FOR THE STREAM GAGE AT HIGHWAY 183 ON ONION
CREEK.

THE NEW MODERATE AND MAJOR FLOOD STAGES REFERENCED IN FLOOD
WARNINGS...FLOOD STATEMENTS...AND FLOOD ADVISORIES WILL BE 23 FEET
AND 27 FEET ABOVE GAGE ZERO. THE PREVIOUS MODERATE FLOOD STAGE WAS
20 FEET AND THE PREVIOUS MAJOR FLOOD STAGE WAS 24 FEET ABOVE GAGE
ZERO. THIS CHANGE IS PART OF A RECENT RE-EVALUATION OF THE FLOOD
PLAIN WITH CITY OF AUSTIN WATERSHED PROTECTION DEPARTMENT. THE
BANKFULL AND MINOR FLOOD STAGES AT THIS STREAM GAGE LOCATION WILL
REMAIN UNCHANGED.

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WELCOMES PUBLIC FEEDBACK. IF YOU HAVE
ANY QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS ON THIS CHANGE...PLEASE CONTACT:

JOE ARELLANO
METEOROLOGIST IN CHARGE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AUSTIN/SAN ANTONIO TX
2090 AIRPORT ROAD
NEW BRAUNFELS TX 78130
PHONE: 830.629.0130 X222
E-MAIL: JOE.ARELLANO@NOAA.GOV (LOWER CASE)

OR

MARK LENZ
SERVICE HYDROLOGIST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AUSTIN/SAN ANTONIO TX
2090 AIRPORT ROAD
NEW BRAUNFELS TX 78130
PHONE: 830.629.0130 X228
E-MAIL: MARK.LENZ@NOAA.GOV (LOWER CASE)

$$



000
NOUS44 KEWX 051545
PNSEWX
TXZ192-071545-

SERVICE CHANGE NOTICE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AUSTIN/SAN ANTONIO TX
1045 AM CDT TUE MAY 5 2015

TO:SUBSCRIBERS:
-FAMILY OF SERVICES
-NOAA WEATHER WIRE SERVICE
-EMERGENCY MANAGERS WEATHER INFORMATION NETWORK
OTHER NWS PARTNERS...USERS AND EMPLOYEES

FROM:JOE ARELLANO METEOROLOGIST IN CHARGE
WEATHER FORECAST OFFICE AUSTIN/SAN ANTONIO, TX

SUBJECT:CHANGES IN MODERATE AND MAJOR FLOOD CATEGORIES
FOR STREAM GAGE AT HIGHWAY 183 ON ONION CREEK /ATIT2/

EFFECTIVE AT 1800 COORDINATED UNIVERSAL TIME ON SATURDAY MAY 23
2015...THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WILL CHANGE THE MODERATE AND
MAJOR FLOOD STAGES FOR THE STREAM GAGE AT HIGHWAY 183 ON ONION
CREEK.

THE NEW MODERATE AND MAJOR FLOOD STAGES REFERENCED IN FLOOD
WARNINGS...FLOOD STATEMENTS...AND FLOOD ADVISORIES WILL BE 23 FEET
AND 27 FEET ABOVE GAGE ZERO. THE PREVIOUS MODERATE FLOOD STAGE WAS
20 FEET AND THE PREVIOUS MAJOR FLOOD STAGE WAS 24 FEET ABOVE GAGE
ZERO. THIS CHANGE IS PART OF A RECENT RE-EVALUATION OF THE FLOOD
PLAIN WITH CITY OF AUSTIN WATERSHED PROTECTION DEPARTMENT. THE
BANKFULL AND MINOR FLOOD STAGES AT THIS STREAM GAGE LOCATION WILL
REMAIN UNCHANGED.

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WELCOMES PUBLIC FEEDBACK. IF YOU HAVE
ANY QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS ON THIS CHANGE...PLEASE CONTACT:

JOE ARELLANO
METEOROLOGIST IN CHARGE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AUSTIN/SAN ANTONIO TX
2090 AIRPORT ROAD
NEW BRAUNFELS TX 78130
PHONE: 830.629.0130 X222
E-MAIL: JOE.ARELLANO@NOAA.GOV (LOWER CASE)

OR

MARK LENZ
SERVICE HYDROLOGIST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AUSTIN/SAN ANTONIO TX
2090 AIRPORT ROAD
NEW BRAUNFELS TX 78130
PHONE: 830.629.0130 X228
E-MAIL: MARK.LENZ@NOAA.GOV (LOWER CASE)

$$


000
NOUS44 KEWX 051545
PNSEWX
TXZ192-071545-

SERVICE CHANGE NOTICE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AUSTIN/SAN ANTONIO TX
1045 AM CDT TUE MAY 5 2015

TO:SUBSCRIBERS:
-FAMILY OF SERVICES
-NOAA WEATHER WIRE SERVICE
-EMERGENCY MANAGERS WEATHER INFORMATION NETWORK
OTHER NWS PARTNERS...USERS AND EMPLOYEES

FROM:JOE ARELLANO METEOROLOGIST IN CHARGE
WEATHER FORECAST OFFICE AUSTIN/SAN ANTONIO, TX

SUBJECT:CHANGES IN MODERATE AND MAJOR FLOOD CATEGORIES
FOR STREAM GAGE AT HIGHWAY 183 ON ONION CREEK /ATIT2/

EFFECTIVE AT 1800 COORDINATED UNIVERSAL TIME ON SATURDAY MAY 23
2015...THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WILL CHANGE THE MODERATE AND
MAJOR FLOOD STAGES FOR THE STREAM GAGE AT HIGHWAY 183 ON ONION
CREEK.

THE NEW MODERATE AND MAJOR FLOOD STAGES REFERENCED IN FLOOD
WARNINGS...FLOOD STATEMENTS...AND FLOOD ADVISORIES WILL BE 23 FEET
AND 27 FEET ABOVE GAGE ZERO. THE PREVIOUS MODERATE FLOOD STAGE WAS
20 FEET AND THE PREVIOUS MAJOR FLOOD STAGE WAS 24 FEET ABOVE GAGE
ZERO. THIS CHANGE IS PART OF A RECENT RE-EVALUATION OF THE FLOOD
PLAIN WITH CITY OF AUSTIN WATERSHED PROTECTION DEPARTMENT. THE
BANKFULL AND MINOR FLOOD STAGES AT THIS STREAM GAGE LOCATION WILL
REMAIN UNCHANGED.

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WELCOMES PUBLIC FEEDBACK. IF YOU HAVE
ANY QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS ON THIS CHANGE...PLEASE CONTACT:

JOE ARELLANO
METEOROLOGIST IN CHARGE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AUSTIN/SAN ANTONIO TX
2090 AIRPORT ROAD
NEW BRAUNFELS TX 78130
PHONE: 830.629.0130 X222
E-MAIL: JOE.ARELLANO@NOAA.GOV (LOWER CASE)

OR

MARK LENZ
SERVICE HYDROLOGIST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AUSTIN/SAN ANTONIO TX
2090 AIRPORT ROAD
NEW BRAUNFELS TX 78130
PHONE: 830.629.0130 X228
E-MAIL: MARK.LENZ@NOAA.GOV (LOWER CASE)

$$


000
NOUS44 KEWX 051545
PNSEWX
TXZ192-071545-

SERVICE CHANGE NOTICE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AUSTIN/SAN ANTONIO TX
1045 AM CDT TUE MAY 5 2015

TO:SUBSCRIBERS:
-FAMILY OF SERVICES
-NOAA WEATHER WIRE SERVICE
-EMERGENCY MANAGERS WEATHER INFORMATION NETWORK
OTHER NWS PARTNERS...USERS AND EMPLOYEES

FROM:JOE ARELLANO METEOROLOGIST IN CHARGE
WEATHER FORECAST OFFICE AUSTIN/SAN ANTONIO, TX

SUBJECT:CHANGES IN MODERATE AND MAJOR FLOOD CATEGORIES
FOR STREAM GAGE AT HIGHWAY 183 ON ONION CREEK /ATIT2/

EFFECTIVE AT 1800 COORDINATED UNIVERSAL TIME ON SATURDAY MAY 23
2015...THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WILL CHANGE THE MODERATE AND
MAJOR FLOOD STAGES FOR THE STREAM GAGE AT HIGHWAY 183 ON ONION
CREEK.

THE NEW MODERATE AND MAJOR FLOOD STAGES REFERENCED IN FLOOD
WARNINGS...FLOOD STATEMENTS...AND FLOOD ADVISORIES WILL BE 23 FEET
AND 27 FEET ABOVE GAGE ZERO. THE PREVIOUS MODERATE FLOOD STAGE WAS
20 FEET AND THE PREVIOUS MAJOR FLOOD STAGE WAS 24 FEET ABOVE GAGE
ZERO. THIS CHANGE IS PART OF A RECENT RE-EVALUATION OF THE FLOOD
PLAIN WITH CITY OF AUSTIN WATERSHED PROTECTION DEPARTMENT. THE
BANKFULL AND MINOR FLOOD STAGES AT THIS STREAM GAGE LOCATION WILL
REMAIN UNCHANGED.

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WELCOMES PUBLIC FEEDBACK. IF YOU HAVE
ANY QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS ON THIS CHANGE...PLEASE CONTACT:

JOE ARELLANO
METEOROLOGIST IN CHARGE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AUSTIN/SAN ANTONIO TX
2090 AIRPORT ROAD
NEW BRAUNFELS TX 78130
PHONE: 830.629.0130 X222
E-MAIL: JOE.ARELLANO@NOAA.GOV (LOWER CASE)

OR

MARK LENZ
SERVICE HYDROLOGIST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AUSTIN/SAN ANTONIO TX
2090 AIRPORT ROAD
NEW BRAUNFELS TX 78130
PHONE: 830.629.0130 X228
E-MAIL: MARK.LENZ@NOAA.GOV (LOWER CASE)

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000
NOUS44 KEWX 051545
PNSEWX
TXZ192-071545-

SERVICE CHANGE NOTICE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AUSTIN/SAN ANTONIO TX
1045 AM CDT TUE MAY 5 2015

TO:SUBSCRIBERS:
-FAMILY OF SERVICES
-NOAA WEATHER WIRE SERVICE
-EMERGENCY MANAGERS WEATHER INFORMATION NETWORK
OTHER NWS PARTNERS...USERS AND EMPLOYEES

FROM:JOE ARELLANO METEOROLOGIST IN CHARGE
WEATHER FORECAST OFFICE AUSTIN/SAN ANTONIO, TX

SUBJECT:CHANGES IN MODERATE AND MAJOR FLOOD CATEGORIES
FOR STREAM GAGE AT HIGHWAY 183 ON ONION CREEK /ATIT2/

EFFECTIVE AT 1800 COORDINATED UNIVERSAL TIME ON SATURDAY MAY 23
2015...THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WILL CHANGE THE MODERATE AND
MAJOR FLOOD STAGES FOR THE STREAM GAGE AT HIGHWAY 183 ON ONION
CREEK.

THE NEW MODERATE AND MAJOR FLOOD STAGES REFERENCED IN FLOOD
WARNINGS...FLOOD STATEMENTS...AND FLOOD ADVISORIES WILL BE 23 FEET
AND 27 FEET ABOVE GAGE ZERO. THE PREVIOUS MODERATE FLOOD STAGE WAS
20 FEET AND THE PREVIOUS MAJOR FLOOD STAGE WAS 24 FEET ABOVE GAGE
ZERO. THIS CHANGE IS PART OF A RECENT RE-EVALUATION OF THE FLOOD
PLAIN WITH CITY OF AUSTIN WATERSHED PROTECTION DEPARTMENT. THE
BANKFULL AND MINOR FLOOD STAGES AT THIS STREAM GAGE LOCATION WILL
REMAIN UNCHANGED.

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WELCOMES PUBLIC FEEDBACK. IF YOU HAVE
ANY QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS ON THIS CHANGE...PLEASE CONTACT:

JOE ARELLANO
METEOROLOGIST IN CHARGE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AUSTIN/SAN ANTONIO TX
2090 AIRPORT ROAD
NEW BRAUNFELS TX 78130
PHONE: 830.629.0130 X222
E-MAIL: JOE.ARELLANO@NOAA.GOV (LOWER CASE)

OR

MARK LENZ
SERVICE HYDROLOGIST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AUSTIN/SAN ANTONIO TX
2090 AIRPORT ROAD
NEW BRAUNFELS TX 78130
PHONE: 830.629.0130 X228
E-MAIL: MARK.LENZ@NOAA.GOV (LOWER CASE)

$$


000
NOUS44 KEWX 051545
PNSEWX
TXZ192-071545-

SERVICE CHANGE NOTICE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AUSTIN/SAN ANTONIO TX
1045 AM CDT TUE MAY 5 2015

TO:SUBSCRIBERS:
-FAMILY OF SERVICES
-NOAA WEATHER WIRE SERVICE
-EMERGENCY MANAGERS WEATHER INFORMATION NETWORK
OTHER NWS PARTNERS...USERS AND EMPLOYEES

FROM:JOE ARELLANO METEOROLOGIST IN CHARGE
WEATHER FORECAST OFFICE AUSTIN/SAN ANTONIO, TX

SUBJECT:CHANGES IN MODERATE AND MAJOR FLOOD CATEGORIES
FOR STREAM GAGE AT HIGHWAY 183 ON ONION CREEK /ATIT2/

EFFECTIVE AT 1800 COORDINATED UNIVERSAL TIME ON SATURDAY MAY 23
2015...THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WILL CHANGE THE MODERATE AND
MAJOR FLOOD STAGES FOR THE STREAM GAGE AT HIGHWAY 183 ON ONION
CREEK.

THE NEW MODERATE AND MAJOR FLOOD STAGES REFERENCED IN FLOOD
WARNINGS...FLOOD STATEMENTS...AND FLOOD ADVISORIES WILL BE 23 FEET
AND 27 FEET ABOVE GAGE ZERO. THE PREVIOUS MODERATE FLOOD STAGE WAS
20 FEET AND THE PREVIOUS MAJOR FLOOD STAGE WAS 24 FEET ABOVE GAGE
ZERO. THIS CHANGE IS PART OF A RECENT RE-EVALUATION OF THE FLOOD
PLAIN WITH CITY OF AUSTIN WATERSHED PROTECTION DEPARTMENT. THE
BANKFULL AND MINOR FLOOD STAGES AT THIS STREAM GAGE LOCATION WILL
REMAIN UNCHANGED.

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WELCOMES PUBLIC FEEDBACK. IF YOU HAVE
ANY QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS ON THIS CHANGE...PLEASE CONTACT:

JOE ARELLANO
METEOROLOGIST IN CHARGE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AUSTIN/SAN ANTONIO TX
2090 AIRPORT ROAD
NEW BRAUNFELS TX 78130
PHONE: 830.629.0130 X222
E-MAIL: JOE.ARELLANO@NOAA.GOV (LOWER CASE)

OR

MARK LENZ
SERVICE HYDROLOGIST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AUSTIN/SAN ANTONIO TX
2090 AIRPORT ROAD
NEW BRAUNFELS TX 78130
PHONE: 830.629.0130 X228
E-MAIL: MARK.LENZ@NOAA.GOV (LOWER CASE)

$$


000
NOUS43 KLOT 051525
PNSLOT

PNSLOT
ILZ003>006-008-010>014-019>023-032-033-039-INZ001-002-
010-011-019-062300-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHICAGO IL
1025 AM CDT TUE MAY 05 2015

...MORNING RAINFALL ROUNDUP...

   THE FOLLOWING ARE RAIN AMOUNTS FOR THE PREVIOUS 24-HOURS
   AS MEASURED IN THE MORNING BY NWS COOPERATIVE OBSERVERS
   AND COCORAHS OBSERVERS.
   OBSERVATIONS ARE USUALLY TAKEN BETWEEN 6 AND 8 AM.

   24-HOUR RAINFALL AMOUNTS
       FOR TUESDAY(05/05/15)...


ILLINOIS                                       RAIN
  LOCATION (COUNTY):                           FALL (IN)

  STEWARD (LEE)................................2.49
  ASHTON (LEE).................................2.31
  ROCHELLE (OGLE)..............................2.06
  MALTA (DE KALB)..............................2.04
  DIXON (LEE)..................................1.80
  DIXON 2SW (LEE)..............................1.78
  LA SALLE (LA SALLE)..........................1.74
  DIXON 3NNW (LEE).............................1.72
  ROCHELLE (OGLE)..............................1.67
  ELGIN 2WNW (KANE)............................1.60
  LAKE FOREST 2NNE (LAKE)......................1.60
  DE KALB (DE KALB)............................1.57
  POLO (OGLE)..................................1.54
  OGLESBY 0.4N (LA SALLE)......................1.52
  ELGIN (KANE).................................1.50
  CORTLAND (DE KALB)...........................1.47
  OREGON (OGLE)................................1.43
  HOFFMAN ESTATES 5W (COOK)....................1.37
  AMBOY (LEE)..................................1.35
  ELGIN (KANE).................................1.34
  ELGIN 1S (KANE)..............................1.34
  DE KALB (DE KALB)............................1.33
  OTTAWA (LA SALLE)............................1.33
  BUFFALO GROVE 2N (LAKE)......................1.32
  SUBLETTE (LEE)...............................1.31
  ELBURN (KANE)................................1.30
  LAKE ZURICH (LAKE)...........................1.29
  AMBOY (LEE)..................................1.28
  BARRINGTON (LAKE)............................1.27
  ELBURN (KANE)................................1.27
  MENDOTA 2SE (LA SALLE).......................1.27
  ST. CHARLES 6NW (KANE).......................1.26
  ELBURN 3NNE (KANE)...........................1.25
  PERU (LA SALLE)..............................1.24
  ROCKFORD (WINNEBAGO).........................1.23
  PARK FOREST (COOK)...........................1.15
  ELMHURST 2SE (DU PAGE).......................1.12
  MENDOTA (LA SALLE)...........................1.12
  MORRIS 2SSE (GRUNDY).........................1.11
  PEOTONE (WILL)...............................1.10
  BYRON 3N (OGLE)..............................1.09
  WATSEKA 6.9WNW (IROQUOIS)....................1.08
  OTTAWA (LA SALLE)............................1.08
  COAL CITY 3N (GRUNDY)........................1.07
  LINCOLNSHIRE 1.3WSW (LAKE)...................1.07
  BELVIDERE (BOONE)............................1.06
  BANNOCKBURN (LAKE)...........................1.06
  PECATONICA 2S (WINNEBAGO)....................1.06
  SENECA 2SSW (LA SALLE).......................1.05
  MENDOTA 1N (LA SALLE)........................1.05
  ROCKFORD 1NW (WINNEBAGO).....................1.05
  GENOA (DE KALB)..............................1.04
  PARK FOREST 1NNE (COOK)......................1.04
  MARSEILLES 6WNW (LA SALLE)...................1.04
  SCHAUMBURG 3WSW (COOK).......................1.02
  CHICAGO 5NNW (COOK)..........................1.02
  GLENCOE (COOK)...............................1.02
  BARTLETT 1SE (DU PAGE).......................1.02
  BURR RIDGE 2SW (DU PAGE).....................1.02
  CRETE 3E (WILL)..............................1.01
  PARK FOREST 1SW (COOK).......................1.00
  RIVERWOODS (LAKE)............................1.00
  ROCKFORD 3NE (WINNEBAGO).....................0.99
  BOTANIC GARDENS (COOK).......................0.98
  CHANNAHON (WILL).............................0.98
  EARLVILLE 3S (LA SALLE)......................0.98
  BEECHER 3SSE (WILL)..........................0.98
  BOLINGBROOK 3NE (DU PAGE)....................0.97
  MARSEILLES 3NW (LA SALLE)....................0.97
  LANSING (COOK)...............................0.97
  ALGONQUIN 1N (MCHENRY).......................0.96
  WHEELING (COOK)..............................0.95
  WILMINGTON 4WNW (WILL).......................0.94
  MARSEILLES (LA SALLE)........................0.94
  ARLINGTON HEIGHTS 1SW (COOK).................0.93
  RAVENSWOOD MANOR (COOK)......................0.93
  COAL CITY (GRUNDY)...........................0.93
  MANHATTAN 5ENE (WILL)........................0.93
  MANHATTAN (WILL).............................0.93
  OHARE (COOK).................................0.93
  CHICAGO 6NNE (COOK)..........................0.92
  OAK PARK 1SW (COOK)..........................0.92
  WOODSTOCK 4SW (MCHENRY)......................0.92
  DOWNERS GROVE 0.4NNE (DU PAGE)...............0.91
  ASHKUM 5.6E (IROQUOIS).......................0.91
  ELWOOD 5NE (WILL)............................0.91
  MANHATTAN 1ESE (WILL)........................0.91
  ROSELLE 1W (DU PAGE).........................0.90
  NORTH AURORA 2NE (KANE)......................0.90
  SUGAR GROVE 1ENE (KANE)......................0.90
  WILMINGTON 6NW (WILL)........................0.90
  WATSEKA (IROQUOIS)...........................0.90
  COAL CITY 4NNW (GRUNDY)......................0.89
  CAROL STREAM (DU PAGE).......................0.89
  CARBON HILL 3.1N (GRUNDY)....................0.89
  BRIDGEVIEW 1NNW (COOK).......................0.88
  WINFIELD (DU PAGE)...........................0.88
  LINCOLNWOOD 2E (COOK)........................0.87
  OSWEGO 5SSE (KENDALL)........................0.87
  ST. CHARLES (KANE)...........................0.87
  WOODSTOCK 1SSW (MCHENRY).....................0.87
  NEW LENOX 4SE (WILL).........................0.87
  MACHESNEY PARK 3ENE (WINNEBAGO)..............0.87
  MORRIS (GRUNDY)..............................0.87
  LISLE MORTON ARB (DU PAGE)...................0.86
  EVANSTON 1N (COOK)...........................0.85
  LISLE (DU PAGE)..............................0.85
  CHANNAHON 1NNE (WILL)........................0.85
  MANHATTAN 2SE (WILL).........................0.85
  AURORA (KANE)................................0.84
  HARWOOD HEIGHTS 2NNE (COOK)..................0.84
  ROGERS PARK 2SW (COOK).......................0.84
  HANOVER PARK 2SSW (DU PAGE)..................0.84
  GENEVA 1SSW (KANE)...........................0.84
  WILLOW SPRINGS (COOK)........................0.84
  YORKVILLE 2SE (KENDALL)......................0.84
  MONTGOMERY 1SSE (KENDALL)....................0.83
  SUGAR GROVE 1NE (KANE).......................0.83
  WORTH (COOK).................................0.82
  PARK RIDGE 1WNW (COOK).......................0.82
  MORRIS 1SW (GRUNDY)..........................0.82
  BATAVIA 1WNW (KANE)..........................0.82
  CARY (MCHENRY)...............................0.82
  WESTMONT (DU PAGE)...........................0.82
  PARK RIDGE (COOK)............................0.81
  OAK PARK 1NNE (COOK).........................0.81
  GLEN ELLYN 1NNW (DU PAGE)....................0.81
  NAPERVILLE 2ESE (DU PAGE)....................0.81
  MINOOKA (GRUNDY).............................0.81
  MONEE (WILL).................................0.81
  AURORA 4SE (DU PAGE).........................0.80
  NAPERVILLE 2ESE (DU PAGE)....................0.80
  LOMBARD 1NNW (DU PAGE).......................0.80
  BULL VALLEY 2WNW (MCHENRY)...................0.80
  NAPERVILLE 4SSW (WILL).......................0.80
  HOMEWOOD (COOK)..............................0.79
  AURORA 4SE (DU PAGE).........................0.79
  LISLE 1SE (DU PAGE)..........................0.79
  PLANO (KENDALL)..............................0.79
  BOURBONNAIS 2NNE (KANKAKEE)..................0.79
  STREATOR 4ENE (LA SALLE).....................0.79
  MILFORD (IROQUOIS)...........................0.79
  ALSIP (COOK).................................0.78
  LA GRANGE PARK 1SSW (COOK)...................0.78
  GLEN ELLYN 1NE (DU PAGE).....................0.78
  GENEVA 2ENE (KANE)...........................0.78
  JOLIET 2N (WILL).............................0.78
  MIDWAY (COOK)................................0.78
  LANSING (COOK)...............................0.77
  AURORA 4NE (DU PAGE).........................0.77
  CHICAGO RIDGE (COOK).........................0.76
  PLAINFIELD 5SW (KENDALL).....................0.76
  NEW LENOX 2SE (WILL).........................0.76
  MIDWAY COOP (COOK)...........................0.76
  PLAINFIELD 1SW (WILL)........................0.75
  GIBSON 6NE (FORD)............................0.74
  BOURBONNAIS (KANKAKEE).......................0.73
  OAK LAWN 2WNW (COOK).........................0.73
  JOLIET LOCK/DAM (WILL).......................0.73
  HOMER GLEN 2NW (WILL)........................0.72
  PEOTONE (WILL)...............................0.72
  ROSCOE 2ESE (WINNEBAGO)......................0.72
  PEOTONE (WILL)...............................0.72
  ROSCOE 2SE (WINNEBAGO).......................0.72
  OAK LAWN (COOK)..............................0.70
  GIBSON 3WNW (FORD)...........................0.70
  MORRIS 6ESE (GRUNDY).........................0.70
  NEW LENOX 3E (WILL)..........................0.70
  ROMEOVILLE (WILL)............................0.70
  CAPRON (BOONE)...............................0.69
  MCHENRY (MCHENRY)............................0.69
  ELK GROVE VILLAGE 1ESE (COOK)................0.68
  ELK GROVE VILLAGE 2WSW (COOK)................0.68
  BRACEVILLE (GRUNDY)..........................0.68
  GENEVA 4WSW (KANE)...........................0.68
  PLAINFIELD (WILL)............................0.68
  WEST CHICAGO (DU PAGE).......................0.67
  HARVARD (MCHENRY)............................0.67
  CHICAGO 6ESE (COOK)..........................0.67
  WILMINGTON 3SE (WILL)........................0.66
  OAK PARK 2S (COOK)...........................0.65
  BONFIELD 4NNE (KANKAKEE).....................0.65
  ROUND LAKE 2WNW (LAKE).......................0.65
  HIGHWOOD 1S (LAKE)...........................0.65
  PLAINFIELD 3SE (WILL)........................0.65
  LOCKPORT 1SE (WILL)..........................0.65
  WOODSTOCK 5NW (MCHENRY)......................0.65
  JOLIET (WILL)................................0.64
  MUNDELEIN (LAKE).............................0.64
  BONFIELD 4WSW (KANKAKEE).....................0.63
  LAKE BLUFF 1W (LAKE).........................0.62
  MUNDELEIN (LAKE).............................0.62
  BATAVIA (KANE)...............................0.61
  JOLIET 3WNW (WILL)...........................0.61
  ORLAND HILLS 1SE (COOK)......................0.60
  JOLIET 2WNW (WILL)...........................0.60
  WONDER LAKE 1WNW (MCHENRY)...................0.59
  FOX LAKE 2SE (LAKE)..........................0.58
  EMINGTON 2SSE (LIVINGSTON)...................0.57
  LAKEMOOR 2NW (MCHENRY).......................0.57
  JOLIET (WILL)................................0.57
  LAKEMOOR 2SE (LAKE)..........................0.55
  LAKE VILLA 2WSW (LAKE).......................0.55
  CHEBANSE (KANKAKEE)..........................0.51
  GURNEE 2W (LAKE).............................0.50
  WAUKEGAN 2N (LAKE)...........................0.49
  WINTHROP HARBOR (LAKE).......................0.49
  MUNDELEIN 2NW (LAKE).........................0.49
  DWIGHT 4NNW (GRUNDY).........................0.48
  WINTHROP HARBOR 1SSW (LAKE)..................0.48
  KANKAKEE 3SE (KANKAKEE)......................0.47
  LAKE VILLA 1SSW (LAKE).......................0.44
  HEBRON (MCHENRY).............................0.43
  WAUKEGAN (LAKE)..............................0.43
  GURNEE 2NE (LAKE)............................0.42
  VILLA PARK 1NW (DU PAGE).....................0.41
  BUCKLEY (IROQUOIS)...........................0.40
  MUNDELEIN 2WNW (LAKE)........................0.39
  BEACH PARK 1W (LAKE).........................0.38
  DWIGHT (LIVINGSTON)..........................0.35
  CHENOA 4NNW (LIVINGSTON).....................0.21
  PONTIAC (LIVINGSTON).........................0.15
  PONTIAC 1SE (LIVINGSTON).....................0.09
  PONTIAC (LIVINGSTON).........................0.06

INDIANA                                        RAIN
  LOCATION (COUNTY):                           FALL (IN)

  CROWN POINT 2WSW (LAKE)......................1.30
  LAKE VILLAGE 2W (NEWTON).....................1.25
  LAKES OF THE FOUR SEASONS (PORTER)...........1.21
  HOBART 1NNW (LAKE)...........................1.17
  HEBRON 4NE (PORTER)..........................1.17
  HIGHLAND 1S (LAKE)...........................1.12
  CROWN POINT 1N (LAKE)........................1.12
  CROWN POINT (LAKE)...........................1.10
  PORTER 1S (PORTER)...........................1.10
  KENTLAND (NEWTON)............................1.09
  VALPARAISO 4SW (PORTER)......................1.07
  PORTAGE 1ESE (PORTER)........................1.05
  VALPARAISO 6WSW (PORTER).....................1.05
  VALPARAISO 7WSW (PORTER).....................1.03
  VALPARAISO 3WSW (PORTER).....................1.01
  (KB9F)VALPARAISO 4S (PORTER).................1.00
  PORTER 1S (PORTER)...........................0.98
  RENSSELAER 5E (JASPER).......................0.97
  VALPARAISO 2NW (PORTER)......................0.97
  KOUTS 2WSW (PORTER)..........................0.97
  DYER 1WNW (LAKE).............................0.95
  INDIANA DUNES (PORTER).......................0.94
  VALPARAISO 2WNW (PORTER).....................0.92
  CHESTERTON 4E (PORTER).......................0.92
  SCHERERVILLE 1E (LAKE).......................0.91
  RENSSELAER 5NW (JASPER)......................0.90
  RENSSELAER 10NNE (JASPER)....................0.90
  WHEATFIELD 5W (JASPER).......................0.89
  (WV90)HOBART 1ENE (LAKE).....................0.89
  RENSSELAER (JASPER)..........................0.89
  GARY 5ENE (LAKE).............................0.88
  RENSSELAER 8NE (JASPER)......................0.87
  RENSSELAER 4N (JASPER).......................0.85
  VALPARAISO 1SE (PORTER)......................0.85
  DE MOTTE 1NNW (JASPER).......................0.84
  MOUNT AYR 2NNE (NEWTON)......................0.81
  DE MOTTE 6S (JASPER).........................0.78
  MOROCCO (NEWTON).............................0.75
  KENTLAND 2SSE (NEWTON).......................0.73
  DE MOTTE 4SW (JASPER)........................0.72
  WHEATFIELD 3S (JASPER).......................0.70
  VALPARAISO (PORTER)..........................0.70
  (W9MAL)MERRILLVILLE 2NNW (LAKE)..............0.67
  REMINGTON (JASPER)...........................0.61
  FAIR OAKS 6SW (NEWTON).......................0.59
  RENSSELAER 2SSW (JASPER).....................0.55
  RENSSELAER 8N (JASPER).......................0.55
  VALPARAISO 6SSW (PORTER).....................0.55
  LAKE VILLAGE (NEWTON)........................0.40
  REMINGTON (JASPER)...........................0.30

$$



000
NOUS43 KLBF 051521
PNSLBF
NEZ004>010-022>029-035>038-056>059-069>071-094-061200-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORTH PLATTE NE
1021 AM CDT TUE MAY 5 2015

...24 HOUR PRECIPITATION TOTALS ENDING TUESDAY MORNING ACROSS WESTERN
AND NORTH CENTRAL NEBRASKA...

                           RAINFALL           TIME OF
...LOCATION...          ...(INCHES)...   ...REPORT (CDT)...

ELSIE 4NE                    0.55               8 AM
WALLACE 9WSW                 0.55               8 AM
ELSIE 4SSW                   0.54               8 AM
ELSIE                        0.50               8 AM
PAXTON 4NE                   0.50               8 AM
ELSIE 9NNW                   0.48               8 AM
CURTIS 3NNE                  0.47               7 AM
ELSIE 10SSE                  0.47               8 AM
IMPERIAL 8S                  0.46               8 AM
IMPERIAL 13ENE               0.46               8 AM
MADRID 8SW                   0.46               8 AM
BROKEN BOW 15SSE             0.44               7 AM
EDDYVILLE 11N                0.43               7 AM
MADRID                       0.43               8 AM
MADRID 7NW                   0.39               8 AM
WALLACE 2W                   0.38               7 AM
GRANT 9NNE                   0.37               8 AM
MASON CITY                   0.37               8 AM
CALLAWAY                     0.35               7 AM
GRANT 1NNE                   0.35               8 AM
GRANT 4ENE                   0.35               5 AM
IMPERIAL 12N                 0.35               8 AM
WALLACE                      0.35               7 AM
MERNA 8WSW                   0.34               7 AM
GRANT 3S                     0.32               8 AM
HERSHEY 6NW                  0.32               7 AM
MERNA 11W                    0.31               7 AM
CALLAWAY 8WSW                0.30               7 AM
ENDERS 3W                    0.30               8 AM
BERWYN 6SSW                  0.27               7 AM
IMPERIAL                     0.27               8 AM
GOTHENBURG 24N               0.26               7 AM
IMPERIAL                     0.25               5 AM
SUTHERLAND 2SW               0.25               7 AM
NORTH PLATTE EXP FARM        0.24               8 AM
NORTH PLATTE 6NE             0.24               7 AM
SUTHERLAND 1N                0.24               8 AM
GRANT 3N                     0.22               8 AM
IMPERIAL AIRPORT             0.22               5 AM
NORTH PLATTE 1WNW            0.22               7 AM
SUTHERLAND 1NW               0.22               7 AM
BERWYN 4NNE                  0.21               7 AM
CURTIS                       0.21               7 AM
NORTH PLATTE 4S              0.20               8 AM
BROKEN BOW 1N                0.19               7 AM
ANSELMO 2SE                  0.18               7 AM
CURTIS 1W                    0.18               7 AM
ENDERS 1NNW                  0.18               8 AM
NORTH PLATTE 1NW             0.18               7 AM
NORTH PLATTE 7SSW            0.18               7 AM
BROKEN BOW AIRPORT           0.17               6 AM
NORTH PLATTE 1WNW            0.17               7 AM
NORTH PLATTE 2WNW            0.17               7 AM
OGALLALA                     0.17               5 AM
CHAMPION 8W                  0.16               8 AM
LAMAR 3S                     0.15               8 AM
IMPERIAL 5WNW                0.14               8 AM
OGALLALA 2W                  0.14               8 AM
KINGSLEY DAM                 0.13               5 AM
NORTH PLATTE AIRPORT         0.12               6 AM
WALLACE 10S                  0.11               7 AM
MAYWOOD 10W                  0.10               7 AM
MULLEN 16SW                  0.10               8 AM
OGALLALA AIRPORT             0.10               5 AM
EUSTIS 2NW                   0.09               8 AM
WAUNETA 6W                   0.09               8 AM
VENANGO 5SSE                 0.08               8 AM
BIG SPRINGS 8S               0.07               8 AM
CAMBRIDGE 7N                 0.07               7 AM
GORDON 8ESE                  0.07               8 AM
CURTIS 7SE                   0.06               7 AM
GORDON 13NW                  0.05               8 AM
RUSHVILLE                    0.05               8 AM
STAPLETON 5W                 0.05               7 AM
ANSELMO 9NW                  0.04               7 AM
CLINTON                      0.03               8 AM
RUSHVILLE 7SSW               0.03               8 AM
DUNNING 1SSW                 0.01               8 AM
HAYES CENTER 1NW             0.01               7 AM
BURWELL                        T                7 AM
MULLEN 10SW                    T                8 AM
ONEILL                         T                7 AM
TRYON 11ENE                    T                7 AM
VALENTINE AIRPORT              T                6 AM


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

$$

SNIVELY/BAKER











































000
NOUS43 KLBF 051521
PNSLBF
NEZ004>010-022>029-035>038-056>059-069>071-094-061200-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORTH PLATTE NE
1021 AM CDT TUE MAY 5 2015

...24 HOUR PRECIPITATION TOTALS ENDING TUESDAY MORNING ACROSS WESTERN
AND NORTH CENTRAL NEBRASKA...

                           RAINFALL           TIME OF
...LOCATION...          ...(INCHES)...   ...REPORT (CDT)...

ELSIE 4NE                    0.55               8 AM
WALLACE 9WSW                 0.55               8 AM
ELSIE 4SSW                   0.54               8 AM
ELSIE                        0.50               8 AM
PAXTON 4NE                   0.50               8 AM
ELSIE 9NNW                   0.48               8 AM
CURTIS 3NNE                  0.47               7 AM
ELSIE 10SSE                  0.47               8 AM
IMPERIAL 8S                  0.46               8 AM
IMPERIAL 13ENE               0.46               8 AM
MADRID 8SW                   0.46               8 AM
BROKEN BOW 15SSE             0.44               7 AM
EDDYVILLE 11N                0.43               7 AM
MADRID                       0.43               8 AM
MADRID 7NW                   0.39               8 AM
WALLACE 2W                   0.38               7 AM
GRANT 9NNE                   0.37               8 AM
MASON CITY                   0.37               8 AM
CALLAWAY                     0.35               7 AM
GRANT 1NNE                   0.35               8 AM
GRANT 4ENE                   0.35               5 AM
IMPERIAL 12N                 0.35               8 AM
WALLACE                      0.35               7 AM
MERNA 8WSW                   0.34               7 AM
GRANT 3S                     0.32               8 AM
HERSHEY 6NW                  0.32               7 AM
MERNA 11W                    0.31               7 AM
CALLAWAY 8WSW                0.30               7 AM
ENDERS 3W                    0.30               8 AM
BERWYN 6SSW                  0.27               7 AM
IMPERIAL                     0.27               8 AM
GOTHENBURG 24N               0.26               7 AM
IMPERIAL                     0.25               5 AM
SUTHERLAND 2SW               0.25               7 AM
NORTH PLATTE EXP FARM        0.24               8 AM
NORTH PLATTE 6NE             0.24               7 AM
SUTHERLAND 1N                0.24               8 AM
GRANT 3N                     0.22               8 AM
IMPERIAL AIRPORT             0.22               5 AM
NORTH PLATTE 1WNW            0.22               7 AM
SUTHERLAND 1NW               0.22               7 AM
BERWYN 4NNE                  0.21               7 AM
CURTIS                       0.21               7 AM
NORTH PLATTE 4S              0.20               8 AM
BROKEN BOW 1N                0.19               7 AM
ANSELMO 2SE                  0.18               7 AM
CURTIS 1W                    0.18               7 AM
ENDERS 1NNW                  0.18               8 AM
NORTH PLATTE 1NW             0.18               7 AM
NORTH PLATTE 7SSW            0.18               7 AM
BROKEN BOW AIRPORT           0.17               6 AM
NORTH PLATTE 1WNW            0.17               7 AM
NORTH PLATTE 2WNW            0.17               7 AM
OGALLALA                     0.17               5 AM
CHAMPION 8W                  0.16               8 AM
LAMAR 3S                     0.15               8 AM
IMPERIAL 5WNW                0.14               8 AM
OGALLALA 2W                  0.14               8 AM
KINGSLEY DAM                 0.13               5 AM
NORTH PLATTE AIRPORT         0.12               6 AM
WALLACE 10S                  0.11               7 AM
MAYWOOD 10W                  0.10               7 AM
MULLEN 16SW                  0.10               8 AM
OGALLALA AIRPORT             0.10               5 AM
EUSTIS 2NW                   0.09               8 AM
WAUNETA 6W                   0.09               8 AM
VENANGO 5SSE                 0.08               8 AM
BIG SPRINGS 8S               0.07               8 AM
CAMBRIDGE 7N                 0.07               7 AM
GORDON 8ESE                  0.07               8 AM
CURTIS 7SE                   0.06               7 AM
GORDON 13NW                  0.05               8 AM
RUSHVILLE                    0.05               8 AM
STAPLETON 5W                 0.05               7 AM
ANSELMO 9NW                  0.04               7 AM
CLINTON                      0.03               8 AM
RUSHVILLE 7SSW               0.03               8 AM
DUNNING 1SSW                 0.01               8 AM
HAYES CENTER 1NW             0.01               7 AM
BURWELL                        T                7 AM
MULLEN 10SW                    T                8 AM
ONEILL                         T                7 AM
TRYON 11ENE                    T                7 AM
VALENTINE AIRPORT              T                6 AM


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

$$

SNIVELY/BAKER











































000
NOUS43 KSGF 051430
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-061429

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
929 AM CDT TUE MAY 5 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Douglas   Ava                    84  59   0.00
Barry     Roaring River SP       78  52   0.00
Webster   Niangua                80  59   0.00
Morgan    Gravois Mills          83  60   0.00
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            82  59   0.00
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            82  58   0.00
Benton    Edwards 6W             84  61   T

$$



Frye


000
NOUS43 KSGF 051430
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-061429

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
929 AM CDT TUE MAY 5 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Douglas   Ava                    84  59   0.00
Barry     Roaring River SP       78  52   0.00
Webster   Niangua                80  59   0.00
Morgan    Gravois Mills          83  60   0.00
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            82  59   0.00
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            82  58   0.00
Benton    Edwards 6W             84  61   T

$$



Frye



000
NOUS43 KSGF 051430
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-061429

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
929 AM CDT TUE MAY 5 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Douglas   Ava                    84  59   0.00
Barry     Roaring River SP       78  52   0.00
Webster   Niangua                80  59   0.00
Morgan    Gravois Mills          83  60   0.00
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            82  59   0.00
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            82  58   0.00
Benton    Edwards 6W             84  61   T

$$



Frye


000
NOUS45 KBOU 051424
PNSBOU

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DENVER/BOULDER CO
825 AM MDT TUE MAY 05 2015

...DENVER METRO AREA SNOWFALL REPORTS...

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

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

DENVER INTL AIRPORT      0.0           0.0             53.8
THROUGH 6 AM

DENVER-STAPLETON         0.0           0.0             54.1
THROUGH 6 AM

DENVER CITY PARK         0.0           0.0             55.7
THROUGH MIDNIGHT

EVERGREEN                0.0           0.0             77.5
THROUGH 8 AM

NORTH LONGMONT           0.0           0.0             46.0
THROUGH 7 AM

WHEAT RIDGE              0.0           0.0             70.0
THROUGH 7 AM

$$



000
NOUS45 KBOU 051424
PNSBOU

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DENVER/BOULDER CO
825 AM MDT TUE MAY 05 2015

...DENVER METRO AREA SNOWFALL REPORTS...

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

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

DENVER INTL AIRPORT      0.0           0.0             53.8
THROUGH 6 AM

DENVER-STAPLETON         0.0           0.0             54.1
THROUGH 6 AM

DENVER CITY PARK         0.0           0.0             55.7
THROUGH MIDNIGHT

EVERGREEN                0.0           0.0             77.5
THROUGH 8 AM

NORTH LONGMONT           0.0           0.0             46.0
THROUGH 7 AM

WHEAT RIDGE              0.0           0.0             70.0
THROUGH 7 AM

$$



000
NOUS45 KBOU 051424
PNSBOU

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DENVER/BOULDER CO
825 AM MDT TUE MAY 05 2015

...DENVER METRO AREA SNOWFALL REPORTS...

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

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

DENVER INTL AIRPORT      0.0           0.0             53.8
THROUGH 6 AM

DENVER-STAPLETON         0.0           0.0             54.1
THROUGH 6 AM

DENVER CITY PARK         0.0           0.0             55.7
THROUGH MIDNIGHT

EVERGREEN                0.0           0.0             77.5
THROUGH 8 AM

NORTH LONGMONT           0.0           0.0             46.0
THROUGH 7 AM

WHEAT RIDGE              0.0           0.0             70.0
THROUGH 7 AM

$$



000
NOUS45 KBOU 051424
PNSBOU

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DENVER/BOULDER CO
825 AM MDT TUE MAY 05 2015

...DENVER METRO AREA SNOWFALL REPORTS...

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

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

DENVER INTL AIRPORT      0.0           0.0             53.8
THROUGH 6 AM

DENVER-STAPLETON         0.0           0.0             54.1
THROUGH 6 AM

DENVER CITY PARK         0.0           0.0             55.7
THROUGH MIDNIGHT

EVERGREEN                0.0           0.0             77.5
THROUGH 8 AM

NORTH LONGMONT           0.0           0.0             46.0
THROUGH 7 AM

WHEAT RIDGE              0.0           0.0             70.0
THROUGH 7 AM

$$



000
NOUS45 KBOU 051424
PNSBOU

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DENVER/BOULDER CO
825 AM MDT TUE MAY 05 2015

...DENVER METRO AREA SNOWFALL REPORTS...

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

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

DENVER INTL AIRPORT      0.0           0.0             53.8
THROUGH 6 AM

DENVER-STAPLETON         0.0           0.0             54.1
THROUGH 6 AM

DENVER CITY PARK         0.0           0.0             55.7
THROUGH MIDNIGHT

EVERGREEN                0.0           0.0             77.5
THROUGH 8 AM

NORTH LONGMONT           0.0           0.0             46.0
THROUGH 7 AM

WHEAT RIDGE              0.0           0.0             70.0
THROUGH 7 AM

$$



000
NOUS45 KBOU 051424
PNSBOU

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DENVER/BOULDER CO
825 AM MDT TUE MAY 05 2015

...DENVER METRO AREA SNOWFALL REPORTS...

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

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

DENVER INTL AIRPORT      0.0           0.0             53.8
THROUGH 6 AM

DENVER-STAPLETON         0.0           0.0             54.1
THROUGH 6 AM

DENVER CITY PARK         0.0           0.0             55.7
THROUGH MIDNIGHT

EVERGREEN                0.0           0.0             77.5
THROUGH 8 AM

NORTH LONGMONT           0.0           0.0             46.0
THROUGH 7 AM

WHEAT RIDGE              0.0           0.0             70.0
THROUGH 7 AM

$$


000
NOUS44 KHGX 051412
PNSHGX
TXZ195-198-061430-

SERVICE CHANGE NOTICE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HOUSTON/GALVESTON TX
900 AM CDT TUE MAY 5 2015

TO SUBSCRIBERS
-FAMILY OF SERVICES
-NOAA WEATHER WIRE
-EMERGENCY MANAGERS WEATHER INFORMATION NETWORK
OTHER NWS PARTNERS...USERS...AND EMPLOYEES

FROM: JEFF EVANS
METEOROLOGIST IN CHARGE
WEATHER FORECAST OFFICE HOUSTON/GALVESTON

SUBJECT: CHANGES IN FLOOD CATEGORIES FOR STREAM GAGE ON THE BRAZOS
RIVER AT STATE HIGHWAY 21 NEAR BRYAN, TEXAS /BBZT2/

RECENT RAINS OVER THE LOWER BRAZOS RIVER WATERSHED AS WELL AS
RESURVEYING ON THE BRAZOS RIVER AT SH 21 NEAR BRYAN, TEXAS HAS
DETERMINED THAT THE FLOOD STAGE IS SET TOO LOW.

THEREFORE...EFFECTIVE AT 0800 ON JUNE 5, 2015...FLOOD CATEGORY
STAGES WILL BE RAISED AS FOLLOWS:

1. NEW MINOR FLOOD STAGE IS 52.0 FEET. THE PREVIOUS FLOOD STAGE WAS
43.0 FEET.

2. THE NEW MODERATE FLOOD STAGE IS 60.0 FEET. THE OLD MODERATE FLOOD
STAGE WAS 48.0 FEET.

3. THE NEW MAJOR FLOOD STAGE IS 66.0 FEET. THE OLD MAJOR FLOOD STAGE
WAS 54.0 FEET.

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WELCOMES PUBLIC FEEDBACK. IF YOU HAVE
ANY QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS ON THIS CHANGE...PLEASE CONTACT:

DAVE SCHWERTZ
SENIOR SERVICE HYDROLOGIST
HOUSTON/GALVESTON NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORECAST OFFICE
1353 FM 646 W, STE 202
DICKINSON, TEXAS 77539

PHONE: 281-337-5074 EXT 228
E-MAIL: DAVE.SCHWERTZ@NOAA.GOV
$$


000
NOUS44 KHGX 051412
PNSHGX
TXZ195-198-061430-

SERVICE CHANGE NOTICE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HOUSTON/GALVESTON TX
900 AM CDT TUE MAY 5 2015

TO SUBSCRIBERS
-FAMILY OF SERVICES
-NOAA WEATHER WIRE
-EMERGENCY MANAGERS WEATHER INFORMATION NETWORK
OTHER NWS PARTNERS...USERS...AND EMPLOYEES

FROM: JEFF EVANS
METEOROLOGIST IN CHARGE
WEATHER FORECAST OFFICE HOUSTON/GALVESTON

SUBJECT: CHANGES IN FLOOD CATEGORIES FOR STREAM GAGE ON THE BRAZOS
RIVER AT STATE HIGHWAY 21 NEAR BRYAN, TEXAS /BBZT2/

RECENT RAINS OVER THE LOWER BRAZOS RIVER WATERSHED AS WELL AS
RESURVEYING ON THE BRAZOS RIVER AT SH 21 NEAR BRYAN, TEXAS HAS
DETERMINED THAT THE FLOOD STAGE IS SET TOO LOW.

THEREFORE...EFFECTIVE AT 0800 ON JUNE 5, 2015...FLOOD CATEGORY
STAGES WILL BE RAISED AS FOLLOWS:

1. NEW MINOR FLOOD STAGE IS 52.0 FEET. THE PREVIOUS FLOOD STAGE WAS
43.0 FEET.

2. THE NEW MODERATE FLOOD STAGE IS 60.0 FEET. THE OLD MODERATE FLOOD
STAGE WAS 48.0 FEET.

3. THE NEW MAJOR FLOOD STAGE IS 66.0 FEET. THE OLD MAJOR FLOOD STAGE
WAS 54.0 FEET.

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WELCOMES PUBLIC FEEDBACK. IF YOU HAVE
ANY QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS ON THIS CHANGE...PLEASE CONTACT:

DAVE SCHWERTZ
SENIOR SERVICE HYDROLOGIST
HOUSTON/GALVESTON NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORECAST OFFICE
1353 FM 646 W, STE 202
DICKINSON, TEXAS 77539

PHONE: 281-337-5074 EXT 228
E-MAIL: DAVE.SCHWERTZ@NOAA.GOV
$$


000
NOUS44 KHGX 051412
PNSHGX
TXZ195-198-061430-

SERVICE CHANGE NOTICE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HOUSTON/GALVESTON TX
900 AM CDT TUE MAY 5 2015

TO SUBSCRIBERS
-FAMILY OF SERVICES
-NOAA WEATHER WIRE
-EMERGENCY MANAGERS WEATHER INFORMATION NETWORK
OTHER NWS PARTNERS...USERS...AND EMPLOYEES

FROM: JEFF EVANS
METEOROLOGIST IN CHARGE
WEATHER FORECAST OFFICE HOUSTON/GALVESTON

SUBJECT: CHANGES IN FLOOD CATEGORIES FOR STREAM GAGE ON THE BRAZOS
RIVER AT STATE HIGHWAY 21 NEAR BRYAN, TEXAS /BBZT2/

RECENT RAINS OVER THE LOWER BRAZOS RIVER WATERSHED AS WELL AS
RESURVEYING ON THE BRAZOS RIVER AT SH 21 NEAR BRYAN, TEXAS HAS
DETERMINED THAT THE FLOOD STAGE IS SET TOO LOW.

THEREFORE...EFFECTIVE AT 0800 ON JUNE 5, 2015...FLOOD CATEGORY
STAGES WILL BE RAISED AS FOLLOWS:

1. NEW MINOR FLOOD STAGE IS 52.0 FEET. THE PREVIOUS FLOOD STAGE WAS
43.0 FEET.

2. THE NEW MODERATE FLOOD STAGE IS 60.0 FEET. THE OLD MODERATE FLOOD
STAGE WAS 48.0 FEET.

3. THE NEW MAJOR FLOOD STAGE IS 66.0 FEET. THE OLD MAJOR FLOOD STAGE
WAS 54.0 FEET.

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WELCOMES PUBLIC FEEDBACK. IF YOU HAVE
ANY QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS ON THIS CHANGE...PLEASE CONTACT:

DAVE SCHWERTZ
SENIOR SERVICE HYDROLOGIST
HOUSTON/GALVESTON NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORECAST OFFICE
1353 FM 646 W, STE 202
DICKINSON, TEXAS 77539

PHONE: 281-337-5074 EXT 228
E-MAIL: DAVE.SCHWERTZ@NOAA.GOV
$$


000
NOUS44 KHGX 051412
PNSHGX
TXZ195-198-061430-

SERVICE CHANGE NOTICE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HOUSTON/GALVESTON TX
900 AM CDT TUE MAY 5 2015

TO SUBSCRIBERS
-FAMILY OF SERVICES
-NOAA WEATHER WIRE
-EMERGENCY MANAGERS WEATHER INFORMATION NETWORK
OTHER NWS PARTNERS...USERS...AND EMPLOYEES

FROM: JEFF EVANS
METEOROLOGIST IN CHARGE
WEATHER FORECAST OFFICE HOUSTON/GALVESTON

SUBJECT: CHANGES IN FLOOD CATEGORIES FOR STREAM GAGE ON THE BRAZOS
RIVER AT STATE HIGHWAY 21 NEAR BRYAN, TEXAS /BBZT2/

RECENT RAINS OVER THE LOWER BRAZOS RIVER WATERSHED AS WELL AS
RESURVEYING ON THE BRAZOS RIVER AT SH 21 NEAR BRYAN, TEXAS HAS
DETERMINED THAT THE FLOOD STAGE IS SET TOO LOW.

THEREFORE...EFFECTIVE AT 0800 ON JUNE 5, 2015...FLOOD CATEGORY
STAGES WILL BE RAISED AS FOLLOWS:

1. NEW MINOR FLOOD STAGE IS 52.0 FEET. THE PREVIOUS FLOOD STAGE WAS
43.0 FEET.

2. THE NEW MODERATE FLOOD STAGE IS 60.0 FEET. THE OLD MODERATE FLOOD
STAGE WAS 48.0 FEET.

3. THE NEW MAJOR FLOOD STAGE IS 66.0 FEET. THE OLD MAJOR FLOOD STAGE
WAS 54.0 FEET.

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WELCOMES PUBLIC FEEDBACK. IF YOU HAVE
ANY QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS ON THIS CHANGE...PLEASE CONTACT:

DAVE SCHWERTZ
SENIOR SERVICE HYDROLOGIST
HOUSTON/GALVESTON NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORECAST OFFICE
1353 FM 646 W, STE 202
DICKINSON, TEXAS 77539

PHONE: 281-337-5074 EXT 228
E-MAIL: DAVE.SCHWERTZ@NOAA.GOV
$$


000
NOUS43 KARX 051411
PNSARX
IAZ008>011-018-019-029-030-MNZ079-086>088-094>096-WIZ017-029-032>034-041>044-
053>055-061-060210-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LA CROSSE WI
910 AM CDT TUE MAY 5 2015


...RAINFALL REPORTS PAST 24 HOURS ...

LOCATION                     AMOUNT    TIME/DATE       LAT/LON

...IOWA...

...ALLAMAKEE COUNTY...
3 S DORCHESTER               0.17 IN   0800 AM 05/05   43.42N/91.51W
3 SE WATERVILLE              0.04 IN   0807 AM 05/05   43.17N/91.24W
4 ENE WATSON                 0.04 IN   0845 AM 05/05   43.11N/91.26W

...CHICKASAW COUNTY...
NEW HAMPTON 0.4 SW           0.12 IN   0700 AM 05/05   43.06N/92.32W
IONIA 2W                     0.09 IN   0845 AM 05/05   43.03N/92.50W

...CLAYTON COUNTY...
STRAWBERRY POINT             0.24 IN   0700 AM 05/05   42.69N/91.53W
LITTLEPORT                   0.18 IN   0845 AM 05/05   42.75N/91.37W
ELKADER 6SSW                 0.13 IN   0700 AM 05/05   42.78N/91.45W
GARBER                       0.12 IN   0815 AM 05/05   42.74N/91.26W
MONONA WWTP                  0.11 IN   0700 AM 05/05   43.04N/91.40W
BLOODY RUN CREEK             0.08 IN   0800 AM 05/05   43.04N/91.21W
ELKADER                      0.08 IN   0845 AM 05/05   42.84N/91.40W

...FAYETTE COUNTY...
FAYETTE                      0.15 IN   0700 AM 05/05   42.85N/91.82W
FAYETTE                      0.08 IN   0853 AM 05/05   42.84N/91.80W
WAUCOMA 3.2 S                0.07 IN   0700 AM 05/05   43.01N/92.03W
OELWEIN MUNICIPAL AIRPORT    0.07 IN   0655 AM 05/05   42.68N/91.97W
ELDORADO                     0.04 IN   0845 AM 05/05   43.05N/91.81W

...FLOYD COUNTY...
ORCHARD                      0.08 IN   0840 AM 05/05   43.21N/92.79W
CHARLES CITY                 0.05 IN   0700 AM 05/05   43.06N/92.67W
NASHUA 2SW                   0.05 IN   0700 AM 05/05   42.94N/92.57W
SHELL ROCK RIVER AT NORA SPR 0.04 IN   0852 AM 05/05   43.14N/93.01W
CHARLES CITY AIRPORT         0.02 IN   0655 AM 05/05   43.07N/92.61W

...HOWARD COUNTY...
CRESCO 1NE                   0.17 IN   0700 AM 05/05   43.39N/92.09W

...WINNESHIEK COUNTY...
FORT ATKINSON 0.2 SE         0.03 IN   0700 AM 05/05   43.14N/91.93W
DECORAH 7.9 ENE              0.03 IN   0638 AM 05/05   43.34N/91.64W
DECORAH                      0.01 IN   0845 AM 05/05   43.30N/91.80W

...MINNESOTA...

...FILLMORE COUNTY...
WHALAN 3.3 SSE               1.37 IN   0700 AM 05/05   43.69N/91.90W
HIGHLAND 2SE                 0.71 IN   0700 AM 05/05   43.65N/91.84W
LANESBORO                    0.34 IN   0700 AM 05/05   43.72N/91.97W
SO.FORK ROOT RIVER           0.32 IN   0830 AM 05/05   43.72N/91.98W
PRESTON                      0.28 IN   0812 AM 05/05   43.67N/92.07W
FILLMORE                     0.25 IN   0830 AM 05/05   43.76N/92.27W
MABEL                        0.22 IN   0725 AM 05/05   43.52N/91.76W
WYKOFF 3.1 NW                0.21 IN   0700 AM 05/05   43.74N/92.31W
SPRING VALLEY 3E             0.20 IN   0700 AM 05/05   43.68N/92.33W
PRESTON FILLMORE COUNTY AIRP 0.17 IN   0654 AM 05/05   43.68N/92.18W

...HOUSTON COUNTY...
CALEDONIA                    0.41 IN   0700 AM 05/05   43.63N/91.50W
CALEDONIA 5.4 S              0.35 IN   0800 AM 05/05   43.56N/91.51W
MOUND PRAIRIE                0.30 IN   0845 AM 05/05   43.78N/91.45W
HOUSTON                      0.29 IN   0845 AM 05/05   43.77N/91.57W
1 NNW LA CRESCENT            0.02 IN   0700 AM 05/05   43.83N/91.31W
4 SSE MOUND PRAIRIE          0.01 IN   0840 AM 05/05   43.72N/91.44W

...MOWER COUNTY...
DOBBINS CREEK                0.39 IN   0830 AM 05/05   43.67N/92.95W
AUSTIN WASTE WATER TREATMENT 0.33 IN   0700 AM 05/05   43.65N/92.97W
OSTRANDER 5.1 WNW            0.29 IN   0700 AM 05/05   43.65N/92.52W
AUSTIN MUNICIPAL AIRPORT     0.29 IN   0656 AM 05/05   43.66N/92.93W
AUSTIN 3S                    0.26 IN   0800 AM 05/05   43.64N/92.97W
TURTLE CREEK                 0.20 IN   0830 AM 05/05   43.65N/92.98W
LANSING                      0.08 IN   0830 AM 05/05   43.75N/92.95W

...OLMSTED COUNTY...
1 SSE STEWARTVILLE           0.05 IN   0851 AM 05/05   43.84N/92.48W
3 NE ROCHESTER               0.03 IN   0905 AM 05/05   44.05N/92.45W
BYRON                        0.02 IN   0902 AM 05/05   44.03N/92.66W

...WINONA COUNTY...
LEWISTON 0.2 NW              0.01 IN   0700 AM 05/05   43.99N/91.87W

...WISCONSIN...

...CRAWFORD COUNTY...
STEUBEN 4SE                  0.23 IN   0730 AM 05/05   43.13N/90.84W
PRAIRIE DU CHIEN             0.11 IN   0700 AM 05/05   43.05N/91.13W
PRAIRIE DU CHIEN  AIRPORT    0.10 IN   0655 AM 05/05   43.02N/91.12W
GAYS MILLS 6.1 SE            0.09 IN   0700 AM 05/05   43.26N/90.76W
DE SOTO                      0.09 IN   0901 AM 05/05   43.42N/91.19W
DE SOTO 1SE                  0.07 IN   0700 AM 05/05   43.42N/91.19W

...GRANT COUNTY...
MUSCODA                      0.29 IN   0845 AM 05/05   43.20N/90.44W
CUBA CITY                    0.22 IN   0800 AM 05/05   42.60N/90.43W
GRANT RIVER                  0.20 IN   0800 AM 05/05   42.72N/90.82W
PLATTEVILLE                  0.20 IN   0647 AM 05/05   42.74N/90.48W
PLATTEVILLE MUNICIPAL AIRPOR 0.11 IN   0655 AM 05/05   42.69N/90.44W
1 ENE BOSCOBEL               0.10 IN   0803 AM 05/05   43.15N/90.68W
BOSCOBEL AIRPORT             0.09 IN   0653 AM 05/05   43.16N/90.67W

...JUNEAU COUNTY...
UNION CENTER                 0.21 IN   0745 AM 05/05   43.68N/90.26W

...LA CROSSE COUNTY...
2 SW LA CROSSE               0.07 IN   0800 AM 05/05   43.80N/91.26W

...RICHLAND COUNTY...
RICHLAND CENTER              0.25 IN   0700 AM 05/05   43.32N/90.38W
RICHLAND CENTER 4N           0.13 IN   0700 AM 05/05   43.40N/90.39W

...VERNON COUNTY...
SEAS BRANCH HAUGEN           0.51 IN   0749 AM 05/05   43.61N/90.85W
SEAS BRANCH DAM              0.51 IN   0800 AM 05/05   43.61N/90.82W
HIDDEN VALLEY DAM            0.51 IN   0743 AM 05/05   43.62N/90.81W
STODDARD                     0.48 IN   0700 AM 05/05   43.66N/91.22W
SIDIE HOLLOW DAM             0.36 IN   0833 AM 05/05   43.54N/90.96W
YTTRI DAM                    0.32 IN   0827 AM 05/05   43.55N/90.82W
DAHLEN DAM                   0.32 IN   0833 AM 05/05   43.70N/90.85W
LA FARGE                     0.30 IN   0900 AM 05/05   43.57N/90.64W
VIROQUA MUNICIPAL AIRPORT    0.24 IN   0655 AM 05/05   43.58N/90.90W
READSTOWN 4NE                0.22 IN   0700 AM 05/05   43.48N/90.69W
WESTBY 3ENE                  0.20 IN   0700 AM 05/05   43.67N/90.81W
VIROQUA                      0.18 IN   0700 AM 05/05   43.56N/90.88W
RUNGE HOLLOW DAM             0.16 IN   0744 AM 05/05   43.61N/91.01W
READSTOWN                    0.14 IN   0900 AM 05/05   43.45N/90.76W
THOMPSON DAM                 0.12 IN   0727 AM 05/05   43.49N/90.95W
VIROQUA 0.8 ESE              0.10 IN   0700 AM 05/05   43.55N/90.87W
HILLSBORO WSW                0.10 IN   0700 AM 05/05   43.65N/90.35W
KLINKNER DAM                 0.08 IN   0815 AM 05/05   43.70N/90.74W
ONTARIO                      0.03 IN   0800 AM 05/05   43.72N/90.59W

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

$$

NWS LA CROSSE WI



000
NOUS43 KBIS 051326
PNSBIS
NDZ001>005-009>013-017>023-025-031>037-040>048-050-051-060130-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BISMARCK ND
826 AM CDT TUE MAY 5 2015

...PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...

MINOT WEATHER RADAR WILL BE DOWN FOR MAINTENANCE FOR MUCH OF THE
DAY.

$$

ACOOP


000
NOUS43 KBIS 051326
PNSBIS
NDZ001>005-009>013-017>023-025-031>037-040>048-050-051-060130-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BISMARCK ND
826 AM CDT TUE MAY 5 2015

...PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...

MINOT WEATHER RADAR WILL BE DOWN FOR MAINTENANCE FOR MUCH OF THE
DAY.

$$

ACOOP



000
NOUS43 KARX 051229
PNSARX
IAZ008>011-018-019-029-030-MNZ079-086>088-094>096-WIZ017-029-032>034-041>044-
053>055-061-060029-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LA CROSSE WI
729 AM CDT TUE MAY 5 2015


...RAINFALL REPORTS PAST 24 HOURS ...

LOCATION                     AMOUNT    TIME/DATE       LAT/LON

...IOWA...

...ALLAMAKEE COUNTY...
3 S DORCHESTER               0.19 IN   0700 AM 05/05   43.42N/91.51W
3 SE WATERVILLE              0.04 IN   0707 AM 05/05   43.17N/91.24W
4 ENE WATSON                 0.04 IN   0645 AM 05/05   43.11N/91.26W

...CHICKASAW COUNTY...
IONIA 2W                     0.02 IN   0700 AM 05/05   43.03N/92.50W

...CLAYTON COUNTY...
GUTTENBERG DAM 10            0.40 IN   0600 AM 05/05   42.78N/91.10W
STRAWBERRY POINT             0.24 IN   0700 AM 05/05   42.69N/91.53W
LITTLEPORT                   0.16 IN   0545 AM 05/05   42.75N/91.37W
GARBER                       0.14 IN   0615 AM 05/05   42.74N/91.26W
ELKADER 6SSW                 0.13 IN   0700 AM 05/05   42.78N/91.45W
MONONA WWTP                  0.11 IN   0700 AM 05/05   43.04N/91.40W
BLOODY RUN CREEK             0.08 IN   0700 AM 05/05   43.04N/91.21W
ELKADER                      0.08 IN   0645 AM 05/05   42.84N/91.40W

...FAYETTE COUNTY...
FAYETTE                      0.15 IN   0700 AM 05/05   42.85N/91.82W
OELWEIN MUNICIPAL AIRPORT    0.07 IN   0655 AM 05/05   42.68N/91.97W
FAYETTE                      0.06 IN   0709 AM 05/05   42.84N/91.80W
ELDORADO                     0.03 IN   0645 AM 05/05   43.05N/91.81W

...FLOYD COUNTY...
NASHUA 2SW                   0.05 IN   0700 AM 05/05   42.94N/92.57W
CHARLES CITY                 0.05 IN   0700 AM 05/05   43.06N/92.67W
CHARLES CITY AIRPORT         0.02 IN   0655 AM 05/05   43.07N/92.61W

...MINNESOTA...

...FILLMORE COUNTY...
HIGHLAND 2SE                 0.71 IN   0700 AM 05/05   43.65N/91.84W
LANESBORO                    0.34 IN   0700 AM 05/05   43.72N/91.97W
SPRING VALLEY 3E             0.20 IN   0700 AM 05/05   43.68N/92.33W
PRESTON FILLMORE COUNTY AIRP 0.17 IN   0654 AM 05/05   43.68N/92.18W
SO.FORK ROOT RIVER           0.10 IN   0630 AM 05/05   43.72N/91.98W
FILLMORE                     0.03 IN   0630 AM 05/05   43.76N/92.27W

...HOUSTON COUNTY...
CALEDONIA                    0.41 IN   0700 AM 05/05   43.63N/91.50W
HOUSTON                      0.06 IN   0645 AM 05/05   43.77N/91.57W
MOUND PRAIRIE                0.04 IN   0645 AM 05/05   43.78N/91.45W
4 SSE MOUND PRAIRIE          0.01 IN   0705 AM 05/05   43.72N/91.44W

...MOWER COUNTY...
AUSTIN MUNICIPAL AIRPORT     0.29 IN   0656 AM 05/05   43.66N/92.93W
AUSTIN 3S                    0.24 IN   0700 AM 05/05   43.64N/92.97W
DOBBINS CREEK                0.18 IN   0630 AM 05/05   43.67N/92.95W
TURTLE CREEK                 0.06 IN   0630 AM 05/05   43.65N/92.98W

...WISCONSIN...

...CRAWFORD COUNTY...
PRAIRIE DU CHIEN             0.11 IN   0700 AM 05/05   43.05N/91.13W
PRAIRIE DU CHIEN  AIRPORT    0.10 IN   0655 AM 05/05   43.02N/91.12W
DE SOTO                      0.08 IN   0721 AM 05/05   43.42N/91.19W
DE SOTO 1SE                  0.07 IN   0700 AM 05/05   43.42N/91.19W
LYNXVILLE DAM 9              0.05 IN   0600 AM 05/05   43.21N/91.10W

...GRANT COUNTY...
MUSCODA                      0.29 IN   0645 AM 05/05   43.20N/90.44W
GRANT RIVER                  0.20 IN   0600 AM 05/05   42.72N/90.82W
PLATTEVILLE                  0.20 IN   0647 AM 05/05   42.74N/90.48W
PLATTEVILLE MUNICIPAL AIRPOR 0.11 IN   0655 AM 05/05   42.69N/90.44W
1 ENE BOSCOBEL               0.10 IN   0703 AM 05/05   43.15N/90.68W
BOSCOBEL AIRPORT             0.09 IN   0653 AM 05/05   43.16N/90.67W

...LA CROSSE COUNTY...
2 SW LA CROSSE               0.02 IN   0700 AM 05/05   43.80N/91.26W
WFO LA CROSSE                0.01 IN   0600 AM 05/05   43.82N/91.19W

...VERNON COUNTY...
STODDARD                     0.48 IN   0700 AM 05/05   43.66N/91.22W
SEAS BRANCH HAUGEN           0.44 IN   0709 AM 05/05   43.61N/90.85W
SEAS BRANCH DAM              0.43 IN   0713 AM 05/05   43.61N/90.82W
HIDDEN VALLEY DAM            0.43 IN   0704 AM 05/05   43.62N/90.81W
SIDIE HOLLOW DAM             0.32 IN   0629 AM 05/05   43.54N/90.96W
LA FARGE                     0.25 IN   0700 AM 05/05   43.57N/90.64W
YTTRI DAM                    0.24 IN   0703 AM 05/05   43.55N/90.82W
VIROQUA MUNICIPAL AIRPORT    0.24 IN   0655 AM 05/05   43.58N/90.90W
RUNGE HOLLOW DAM             0.12 IN   0626 AM 05/05   43.61N/91.01W
HILLSBORO WSW                0.10 IN   0700 AM 05/05   43.65N/90.35W
THOMPSON DAM                 0.08 IN   0607 AM 05/05   43.49N/90.95W
GENOA DAM 8                  0.02 IN   0600 AM 05/05   43.57N/91.23W

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

$$

NWS LA CROSSE WI


000
NOUS43 KARX 051229
PNSARX
IAZ008>011-018-019-029-030-MNZ079-086>088-094>096-WIZ017-029-032>034-041>044-
053>055-061-060029-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LA CROSSE WI
729 AM CDT TUE MAY 5 2015


...RAINFALL REPORTS PAST 24 HOURS ...

LOCATION                     AMOUNT    TIME/DATE       LAT/LON

...IOWA...

...ALLAMAKEE COUNTY...
3 S DORCHESTER               0.19 IN   0700 AM 05/05   43.42N/91.51W
3 SE WATERVILLE              0.04 IN   0707 AM 05/05   43.17N/91.24W
4 ENE WATSON                 0.04 IN   0645 AM 05/05   43.11N/91.26W

...CHICKASAW COUNTY...
IONIA 2W                     0.02 IN   0700 AM 05/05   43.03N/92.50W

...CLAYTON COUNTY...
GUTTENBERG DAM 10            0.40 IN   0600 AM 05/05   42.78N/91.10W
STRAWBERRY POINT             0.24 IN   0700 AM 05/05   42.69N/91.53W
LITTLEPORT                   0.16 IN   0545 AM 05/05   42.75N/91.37W
GARBER                       0.14 IN   0615 AM 05/05   42.74N/91.26W
ELKADER 6SSW                 0.13 IN   0700 AM 05/05   42.78N/91.45W
MONONA WWTP                  0.11 IN   0700 AM 05/05   43.04N/91.40W
BLOODY RUN CREEK             0.08 IN   0700 AM 05/05   43.04N/91.21W
ELKADER                      0.08 IN   0645 AM 05/05   42.84N/91.40W

...FAYETTE COUNTY...
FAYETTE                      0.15 IN   0700 AM 05/05   42.85N/91.82W
OELWEIN MUNICIPAL AIRPORT    0.07 IN   0655 AM 05/05   42.68N/91.97W
FAYETTE                      0.06 IN   0709 AM 05/05   42.84N/91.80W
ELDORADO                     0.03 IN   0645 AM 05/05   43.05N/91.81W

...FLOYD COUNTY...
NASHUA 2SW                   0.05 IN   0700 AM 05/05   42.94N/92.57W
CHARLES CITY                 0.05 IN   0700 AM 05/05   43.06N/92.67W
CHARLES CITY AIRPORT         0.02 IN   0655 AM 05/05   43.07N/92.61W

...MINNESOTA...

...FILLMORE COUNTY...
HIGHLAND 2SE                 0.71 IN   0700 AM 05/05   43.65N/91.84W
LANESBORO                    0.34 IN   0700 AM 05/05   43.72N/91.97W
SPRING VALLEY 3E             0.20 IN   0700 AM 05/05   43.68N/92.33W
PRESTON FILLMORE COUNTY AIRP 0.17 IN   0654 AM 05/05   43.68N/92.18W
SO.FORK ROOT RIVER           0.10 IN   0630 AM 05/05   43.72N/91.98W
FILLMORE                     0.03 IN   0630 AM 05/05   43.76N/92.27W

...HOUSTON COUNTY...
CALEDONIA                    0.41 IN   0700 AM 05/05   43.63N/91.50W
HOUSTON                      0.06 IN   0645 AM 05/05   43.77N/91.57W
MOUND PRAIRIE                0.04 IN   0645 AM 05/05   43.78N/91.45W
4 SSE MOUND PRAIRIE          0.01 IN   0705 AM 05/05   43.72N/91.44W

...MOWER COUNTY...
AUSTIN MUNICIPAL AIRPORT     0.29 IN   0656 AM 05/05   43.66N/92.93W
AUSTIN 3S                    0.24 IN   0700 AM 05/05   43.64N/92.97W
DOBBINS CREEK                0.18 IN   0630 AM 05/05   43.67N/92.95W
TURTLE CREEK                 0.06 IN   0630 AM 05/05   43.65N/92.98W

...WISCONSIN...

...CRAWFORD COUNTY...
PRAIRIE DU CHIEN             0.11 IN   0700 AM 05/05   43.05N/91.13W
PRAIRIE DU CHIEN  AIRPORT    0.10 IN   0655 AM 05/05   43.02N/91.12W
DE SOTO                      0.08 IN   0721 AM 05/05   43.42N/91.19W
DE SOTO 1SE                  0.07 IN   0700 AM 05/05   43.42N/91.19W
LYNXVILLE DAM 9              0.05 IN   0600 AM 05/05   43.21N/91.10W

...GRANT COUNTY...
MUSCODA                      0.29 IN   0645 AM 05/05   43.20N/90.44W
GRANT RIVER                  0.20 IN   0600 AM 05/05   42.72N/90.82W
PLATTEVILLE                  0.20 IN   0647 AM 05/05   42.74N/90.48W
PLATTEVILLE MUNICIPAL AIRPOR 0.11 IN   0655 AM 05/05   42.69N/90.44W
1 ENE BOSCOBEL               0.10 IN   0703 AM 05/05   43.15N/90.68W
BOSCOBEL AIRPORT             0.09 IN   0653 AM 05/05   43.16N/90.67W

...LA CROSSE COUNTY...
2 SW LA CROSSE               0.02 IN   0700 AM 05/05   43.80N/91.26W
WFO LA CROSSE                0.01 IN   0600 AM 05/05   43.82N/91.19W

...VERNON COUNTY...
STODDARD                     0.48 IN   0700 AM 05/05   43.66N/91.22W
SEAS BRANCH HAUGEN           0.44 IN   0709 AM 05/05   43.61N/90.85W
SEAS BRANCH DAM              0.43 IN   0713 AM 05/05   43.61N/90.82W
HIDDEN VALLEY DAM            0.43 IN   0704 AM 05/05   43.62N/90.81W
SIDIE HOLLOW DAM             0.32 IN   0629 AM 05/05   43.54N/90.96W
LA FARGE                     0.25 IN   0700 AM 05/05   43.57N/90.64W
YTTRI DAM                    0.24 IN   0703 AM 05/05   43.55N/90.82W
VIROQUA MUNICIPAL AIRPORT    0.24 IN   0655 AM 05/05   43.58N/90.90W
RUNGE HOLLOW DAM             0.12 IN   0626 AM 05/05   43.61N/91.01W
HILLSBORO WSW                0.10 IN   0700 AM 05/05   43.65N/90.35W
THOMPSON DAM                 0.08 IN   0607 AM 05/05   43.49N/90.95W
GENOA DAM 8                  0.02 IN   0600 AM 05/05   43.57N/91.23W

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

$$

NWS LA CROSSE WI



000
NOUS45 KTWC 051222
PNSTWC
AZZ501>515-060020-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TUCSON AZ
520 AM MST TUE MAY 5 2015


...RAINFALL REPORTS PAST 24 HOURS ...

LOCATION                     AMOUNT    TIME/DATE       LAT/LON

...COCHISE COUNTY...
4 NW HUACHUCA CITY           0.46 IN   0516 AM 05/05   31.68N/110.39W
BONITA CANYON NEAR CHIRICAHU 0.41 IN   0445 AM 05/05   32.02N/109.35W
HEADQUARTERS                 0.18 IN   0437 AM 05/05   32.01N/109.36W
23 N BENSON                  0.17 IN   0510 AM 05/05   32.29N/110.37W
6 E SAINT DAVID              0.16 IN   0451 AM 05/05   31.89N/110.13W
9 ESE SAINT DAVID            0.15 IN   0448 AM 05/05   31.86N/110.08W
21 WNW RODEO                 0.12 IN   0454 AM 05/05   32.02N/109.32W
MULESHOE RANCH               0.10 IN   0503 AM 05/05   32.40N/110.27W
21 WNW RODEO                 0.05 IN   0447 AM 05/05   32.00N/109.34W
14 NW WILLCOX                0.05 IN   0508 AM 05/05   32.42N/109.98W
6 SE SIERRA VISTA            0.04 IN   0507 AM 05/05   31.50N/110.26W
3 WSW BENSON                 0.04 IN   0512 AM 05/05   31.94N/110.35W
14 SSW WILLCOX               0.04 IN   0512 AM 05/05   32.06N/109.95W
2 NW RODEO                   0.02 IN   0453 AM 05/05   31.86N/109.06W
RUCKER                       0.02 IN   0357 AM 05/05   31.76N/109.35W
24 ESE WILLCOX               0.01 IN   0506 AM 05/05   32.15N/109.44W
23 WNW RODEO                 0.01 IN   0514 AM 05/05   32.04N/109.35W
8 ENE HUACHUCA CITY          0.01 IN   0415 AM 05/05   31.70N/110.23W
10 E TOMBSTONE               0.01 IN   0508 AM 05/05   31.72N/109.88W
1 SSW SAINT DAVID            0.01 IN   0506 AM 05/05   31.88N/110.24W

...GRAHAM COUNTY...
16 ENE MAMMOTH               0.88 IN   1248 AM 05/05   32.86N/110.40W
COLUMBINE                    0.52 IN   0402 AM 05/05   32.70N/109.91W
DRY LAKE                     0.39 IN   0427 AM 05/05   33.36N/109.83W
16 NNE BYLAS                 0.34 IN   0430 AM 05/05   33.36N/110.03W
7 SW THATCHER                0.26 IN   0415 AM 05/05   32.74N/109.84W
24 SSE EAST FORK             0.18 IN   0430 AM 05/05   33.48N/109.76W
BLACK HILLS                  0.14 IN   0353 AM 05/05   33.08N/109.95W
NOON CREEK                   0.11 IN   0401 AM 05/05   32.67N/109.79W
12 NE SAFFORD                0.09 IN   0430 AM 05/05   32.96N/109.53W
SAFFORD MUNI AP              0.02 IN   0451 AM 05/05   32.85N/109.63W

...GREENLEE COUNTY...
15 S THREE FORKS             0.58 IN   0500 AM 05/05   33.63N/109.33W
HANNAGAN MEADOWS             0.50 IN   0400 AM 05/05   33.65N/109.31W
BEAVER HEAD                  0.40 IN   0400 AM 05/05   33.69N/109.22W
TRAIL CABIN                  0.32 IN   0435 AM 05/05   33.26N/109.37W
STRAY HORSE                  0.30 IN   0419 AM 05/05   33.55N/109.32W
17 WSW ALMA                  0.26 IN   0500 AM 05/05   33.29N/109.20W
12 SSE THREE FORKS           0.26 IN   0430 AM 05/05   33.68N/109.27W
EAGLE CK ABV PUMPING PLT     0.09 IN   0400 AM 05/05   33.06N/109.44W
GUTHRIE                      0.08 IN   0503 AM 05/05   32.88N/109.31W
1 NNE DUNCAN                 0.04 IN   0511 AM 05/05   32.75N/109.08W

...PIMA COUNTY...
SAMANIEGO PEAK               0.99 IN   1214 AM 05/05   32.47N/110.82W
CATALINA STATE PARK          0.95 IN   0111 AM 05/05   32.45N/110.88W
8 WNW TUCSON                 0.74 IN   0513 AM 05/05   32.25N/111.03W
15 ENE GREEN VALLEY          0.72 IN   0515 AM 05/05   31.95N/110.77W
11 W TUCSON                  0.63 IN   0501 AM 05/05   32.20N/111.09W
PARK TANK                    0.63 IN   1144 PM 05/04   32.26N/110.55W
SAGUARO NATIONAL PARK        0.52 IN   0349 AM 05/05   32.18N/110.74W
RINCON                       0.49 IN   0437 AM 05/05   32.21N/110.55W
9 NE TUCSON                  0.48 IN   0415 AM 05/05   32.32N/110.81W
5 WSW ORO VALLEY             0.43 IN   0445 AM 05/05   32.40N/111.06W
8 NNE GREEN VALLEY           0.42 IN   0508 AM 05/05   31.96N/110.98W
5 SSW ORO VALLEY             0.39 IN   0515 AM 05/05   32.36N/111.01W
CATALINA                     0.39 IN   0509 AM 05/05   32.48N/110.91W
MT LEMMON ALERT              0.39 IN   0101 AM 05/05   32.44N/110.79W
8 E TUCSON                   0.37 IN   0513 AM 05/05   32.19N/110.74W
9 NNE TUCSON                 0.36 IN   0516 AM 05/05   32.33N/110.84W
11 ESE GREEN VALLEY          0.36 IN   0505 AM 05/05   31.76N/110.85W
FLORIDA CANYON               0.36 IN   1133 PM 05/04   31.76N/110.85W
5 SE MARANA                  0.35 IN   0246 AM 05/05   32.36N/111.11W
10 E TUCSON                  0.32 IN   0512 AM 05/05   32.22N/110.72W
6 ENE TUCSON                 0.32 IN   0512 AM 05/05   32.24N/110.78W
6 ESE MARANA                 0.31 IN   0509 AM 05/05   32.37N/111.07W
4 S ORO VALLEY               0.30 IN   0501 AM 05/05   32.35N/110.96W
8 SE TUCSON                  0.30 IN   0504 AM 05/05   32.10N/110.80W
GOLDER RANCH BRIDGE          0.27 IN   1127 PM 05/04   32.48N/110.90W
HILLTOP RD. NEAR THREE POINT 0.27 IN   0247 AM 05/05   32.04N/111.24W
SAGUARO                      0.26 IN   0508 AM 05/05   32.31N/110.82W
1 SW ORO VALLEY              0.25 IN   0513 AM 05/05   32.41N/110.99W
AJO                          0.24 IN   0502 AM 05/05   32.38N/112.86W
GREEN MOUNTAIN               0.24 IN   0152 AM 05/05   32.39N/110.69W
PICTURE ROCK COMMUNITY CENTE 0.24 IN   0303 AM 05/05   32.31N/111.24W
SCOUT CAMP                   0.24 IN   0501 AM 05/05   32.40N/110.72W
DEQ RUTHRAUFF RD. AT LA CHOL 0.24 IN   1234 AM 05/05   32.29N/111.01W
6 E TUCSON                   0.23 IN   0209 AM 05/05   32.21N/110.78W
4 W ORO VALLEY               0.22 IN   0515 AM 05/05   32.43N/111.04W
7 ENE TUCSON                 0.22 IN   0507 AM 05/05   32.25N/110.79W
12 ENE TUCSON                0.21 IN   0512 AM 05/05   32.29N/110.73W
6 ESE MARANA                 0.20 IN   0503 AM 05/05   32.38N/111.07W
PANTANO HOUGHTON             0.20 IN   0155 AM 05/05   32.17N/110.77W
MILEWIDE                     0.19 IN   1138 PM 05/04   32.25N/111.24W
15 ESE TUCSON                0.18 IN   0501 AM 05/05   32.06N/110.68W
8 ENE TUCSON                 0.18 IN   0512 AM 05/05   32.27N/110.77W
ORO VALLEY                   0.18 IN   0505 AM 05/05   32.42N/110.98W
9 N GREEN VALLEY             0.17 IN   0515 AM 05/05   31.99N/110.98W
4 W ORO VALLEY               0.17 IN   0512 AM 05/05   32.43N/111.04W
7 ENE TUCSON                 0.16 IN   0508 AM 05/05   32.25N/110.79W
SALCIDO PLACE                0.16 IN   1238 AM 05/05   32.04N/110.49W
VENTANA SUNRISE              0.16 IN   1235 AM 05/05   32.31N/110.84W
ALDER CANYON NEAR MT. LEMMON 0.15 IN   0135 AM 05/05   32.48N/110.65W
7 SSE ORO VALLEY             0.15 IN   0515 AM 05/05   32.33N/110.91W
CATALINA BOOSTER             0.15 IN   1228 AM 05/05   32.28N/110.77W
13 ESE AJO                   0.15 IN   0354 AM 05/05   32.32N/112.66W
8 ESE CATALINA               0.14 IN   0510 AM 05/05   32.44N/110.76W
5 ENE TUCSON                 0.14 IN   0501 AM 05/05   32.22N/110.80W
16 E TUCSON                  0.13 IN   0511 AM 05/05   32.15N/110.61W
RANCH ROAD                   0.12 IN   0112 AM 05/05   32.31N/110.61W
WELL D-37                    0.12 IN   1214 AM 05/05   32.23N/110.79W
WHITE TANK                   0.12 IN   1209 AM 05/05   32.30N/110.57W
AC PARK                      0.11 IN   0134 AM 05/05   32.28N/110.73W
8 SSE PICTURE ROCKS          0.11 IN   0504 AM 05/05   32.24N/111.19W
RANDOLPH GOLF COURSE         0.11 IN   1237 AM 05/05   32.21N/110.92W
20 SSE SAN MANUEL            0.11 IN   0418 AM 05/05   32.33N/110.54W
10 NE TUCSON                 0.09 IN   0512 AM 05/05   32.30N/110.76W
TUCSON 3.1 ENE               0.08 IN   0400 AM 05/05   32.24N/110.88W
CRAYCROFT AT GOLF LINKS      0.08 IN   0301 AM 05/05   32.19N/110.88W
7 ESE TUCSON                 0.07 IN   0505 AM 05/05   32.16N/110.77W
CIENEGA CREEK                0.06 IN   0500 AM 05/05   31.87N/110.57W
3 ENE TUCSON                 0.06 IN   0516 AM 05/05   32.23N/110.84W
ARROYO CHICO AT CHERRY       0.04 IN   1229 AM 05/05   32.22N/110.95W
ANAMAX                       0.04 IN   1121 PM 05/04   31.88N/111.05W
ALAMO WASH                   0.04 IN   1248 AM 05/05   32.26N/110.88W
FINGER ROCK WASH AT SKYLINE  0.04 IN   1210 AM 05/05   32.32N/111.90W
4 SW TUCSON                  0.03 IN   0454 AM 05/05   32.14N/110.94W
TUCSON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT 0.03 IN   0453 AM 05/05   32.13N/110.96W
3 ESE TUCSON                 0.01 IN   0508 AM 05/05   32.17N/110.84W
DAVIS MONTHAN AFB            0.01 IN   0458 AM 05/05   32.33N/111.00W
EMPIRE                       0.01 IN   0453 AM 05/05   31.78N/110.64W

...PINAL COUNTY...
ORACLE                       0.79 IN   0515 AM 05/05   32.61N/110.78W
FLORENCE BLACK HILL          0.47 IN   0223 AM 05/05   33.01N/111.28W
10 SSW PERIDOT               0.21 IN   0415 AM 05/05   33.17N/110.53W
5 WNW KEARNY                 0.13 IN   0430 AM 05/05   33.10N/110.98W
HORSE CAMP                   0.13 IN   0402 AM 05/05   32.94N/110.49W
6 SE FLORENCE                0.12 IN   0455 AM 05/05   32.96N/111.32W
8 ESE DUDLEYVILLE            0.02 IN   0345 AM 05/05   32.84N/110.62W

...SANTA CRUZ COUNTY...
9 NNW RIO RICO               0.15 IN   0145 AM 05/05   31.61N/111.04W
HOPKINS                      0.01 IN   0501 AM 05/05   31.68N/110.88W

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

$$

NWS TUCSON AZ



000
NOUS45 KTWC 051222
PNSTWC
AZZ501>515-060020-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TUCSON AZ
520 AM MST TUE MAY 5 2015


...RAINFALL REPORTS PAST 24 HOURS ...

LOCATION                     AMOUNT    TIME/DATE       LAT/LON

...COCHISE COUNTY...
4 NW HUACHUCA CITY           0.46 IN   0516 AM 05/05   31.68N/110.39W
BONITA CANYON NEAR CHIRICAHU 0.41 IN   0445 AM 05/05   32.02N/109.35W
HEADQUARTERS                 0.18 IN   0437 AM 05/05   32.01N/109.36W
23 N BENSON                  0.17 IN   0510 AM 05/05   32.29N/110.37W
6 E SAINT DAVID              0.16 IN   0451 AM 05/05   31.89N/110.13W
9 ESE SAINT DAVID            0.15 IN   0448 AM 05/05   31.86N/110.08W
21 WNW RODEO                 0.12 IN   0454 AM 05/05   32.02N/109.32W
MULESHOE RANCH               0.10 IN   0503 AM 05/05   32.40N/110.27W
21 WNW RODEO                 0.05 IN   0447 AM 05/05   32.00N/109.34W
14 NW WILLCOX                0.05 IN   0508 AM 05/05   32.42N/109.98W
6 SE SIERRA VISTA            0.04 IN   0507 AM 05/05   31.50N/110.26W
3 WSW BENSON                 0.04 IN   0512 AM 05/05   31.94N/110.35W
14 SSW WILLCOX               0.04 IN   0512 AM 05/05   32.06N/109.95W
2 NW RODEO                   0.02 IN   0453 AM 05/05   31.86N/109.06W
RUCKER                       0.02 IN   0357 AM 05/05   31.76N/109.35W
24 ESE WILLCOX               0.01 IN   0506 AM 05/05   32.15N/109.44W
23 WNW RODEO                 0.01 IN   0514 AM 05/05   32.04N/109.35W
8 ENE HUACHUCA CITY          0.01 IN   0415 AM 05/05   31.70N/110.23W
10 E TOMBSTONE               0.01 IN   0508 AM 05/05   31.72N/109.88W
1 SSW SAINT DAVID            0.01 IN   0506 AM 05/05   31.88N/110.24W

...GRAHAM COUNTY...
16 ENE MAMMOTH               0.88 IN   1248 AM 05/05   32.86N/110.40W
COLUMBINE                    0.52 IN   0402 AM 05/05   32.70N/109.91W
DRY LAKE                     0.39 IN   0427 AM 05/05   33.36N/109.83W
16 NNE BYLAS                 0.34 IN   0430 AM 05/05   33.36N/110.03W
7 SW THATCHER                0.26 IN   0415 AM 05/05   32.74N/109.84W
24 SSE EAST FORK             0.18 IN   0430 AM 05/05   33.48N/109.76W
BLACK HILLS                  0.14 IN   0353 AM 05/05   33.08N/109.95W
NOON CREEK                   0.11 IN   0401 AM 05/05   32.67N/109.79W
12 NE SAFFORD                0.09 IN   0430 AM 05/05   32.96N/109.53W
SAFFORD MUNI AP              0.02 IN   0451 AM 05/05   32.85N/109.63W

...GREENLEE COUNTY...
15 S THREE FORKS             0.58 IN   0500 AM 05/05   33.63N/109.33W
HANNAGAN MEADOWS             0.50 IN   0400 AM 05/05   33.65N/109.31W
BEAVER HEAD                  0.40 IN   0400 AM 05/05   33.69N/109.22W
TRAIL CABIN                  0.32 IN   0435 AM 05/05   33.26N/109.37W
STRAY HORSE                  0.30 IN   0419 AM 05/05   33.55N/109.32W
17 WSW ALMA                  0.26 IN   0500 AM 05/05   33.29N/109.20W
12 SSE THREE FORKS           0.26 IN   0430 AM 05/05   33.68N/109.27W
EAGLE CK ABV PUMPING PLT     0.09 IN   0400 AM 05/05   33.06N/109.44W
GUTHRIE                      0.08 IN   0503 AM 05/05   32.88N/109.31W
1 NNE DUNCAN                 0.04 IN   0511 AM 05/05   32.75N/109.08W

...PIMA COUNTY...
SAMANIEGO PEAK               0.99 IN   1214 AM 05/05   32.47N/110.82W
CATALINA STATE PARK          0.95 IN   0111 AM 05/05   32.45N/110.88W
8 WNW TUCSON                 0.74 IN   0513 AM 05/05   32.25N/111.03W
15 ENE GREEN VALLEY          0.72 IN   0515 AM 05/05   31.95N/110.77W
11 W TUCSON                  0.63 IN   0501 AM 05/05   32.20N/111.09W
PARK TANK                    0.63 IN   1144 PM 05/04   32.26N/110.55W
SAGUARO NATIONAL PARK        0.52 IN   0349 AM 05/05   32.18N/110.74W
RINCON                       0.49 IN   0437 AM 05/05   32.21N/110.55W
9 NE TUCSON                  0.48 IN   0415 AM 05/05   32.32N/110.81W
5 WSW ORO VALLEY             0.43 IN   0445 AM 05/05   32.40N/111.06W
8 NNE GREEN VALLEY           0.42 IN   0508 AM 05/05   31.96N/110.98W
5 SSW ORO VALLEY             0.39 IN   0515 AM 05/05   32.36N/111.01W
CATALINA                     0.39 IN   0509 AM 05/05   32.48N/110.91W
MT LEMMON ALERT              0.39 IN   0101 AM 05/05   32.44N/110.79W
8 E TUCSON                   0.37 IN   0513 AM 05/05   32.19N/110.74W
9 NNE TUCSON                 0.36 IN   0516 AM 05/05   32.33N/110.84W
11 ESE GREEN VALLEY          0.36 IN   0505 AM 05/05   31.76N/110.85W
FLORIDA CANYON               0.36 IN   1133 PM 05/04   31.76N/110.85W
5 SE MARANA                  0.35 IN   0246 AM 05/05   32.36N/111.11W
10 E TUCSON                  0.32 IN   0512 AM 05/05   32.22N/110.72W
6 ENE TUCSON                 0.32 IN   0512 AM 05/05   32.24N/110.78W
6 ESE MARANA                 0.31 IN   0509 AM 05/05   32.37N/111.07W
4 S ORO VALLEY               0.30 IN   0501 AM 05/05   32.35N/110.96W
8 SE TUCSON                  0.30 IN   0504 AM 05/05   32.10N/110.80W
GOLDER RANCH BRIDGE          0.27 IN   1127 PM 05/04   32.48N/110.90W
HILLTOP RD. NEAR THREE POINT 0.27 IN   0247 AM 05/05   32.04N/111.24W
SAGUARO                      0.26 IN   0508 AM 05/05   32.31N/110.82W
1 SW ORO VALLEY              0.25 IN   0513 AM 05/05   32.41N/110.99W
AJO                          0.24 IN   0502 AM 05/05   32.38N/112.86W
GREEN MOUNTAIN               0.24 IN   0152 AM 05/05   32.39N/110.69W
PICTURE ROCK COMMUNITY CENTE 0.24 IN   0303 AM 05/05   32.31N/111.24W
SCOUT CAMP                   0.24 IN   0501 AM 05/05   32.40N/110.72W
DEQ RUTHRAUFF RD. AT LA CHOL 0.24 IN   1234 AM 05/05   32.29N/111.01W
6 E TUCSON                   0.23 IN   0209 AM 05/05   32.21N/110.78W
4 W ORO VALLEY               0.22 IN   0515 AM 05/05   32.43N/111.04W
7 ENE TUCSON                 0.22 IN   0507 AM 05/05   32.25N/110.79W
12 ENE TUCSON                0.21 IN   0512 AM 05/05   32.29N/110.73W
6 ESE MARANA                 0.20 IN   0503 AM 05/05   32.38N/111.07W
PANTANO HOUGHTON             0.20 IN   0155 AM 05/05   32.17N/110.77W
MILEWIDE                     0.19 IN   1138 PM 05/04   32.25N/111.24W
15 ESE TUCSON                0.18 IN   0501 AM 05/05   32.06N/110.68W
8 ENE TUCSON                 0.18 IN   0512 AM 05/05   32.27N/110.77W
ORO VALLEY                   0.18 IN   0505 AM 05/05   32.42N/110.98W
9 N GREEN VALLEY             0.17 IN   0515 AM 05/05   31.99N/110.98W
4 W ORO VALLEY               0.17 IN   0512 AM 05/05   32.43N/111.04W
7 ENE TUCSON                 0.16 IN   0508 AM 05/05   32.25N/110.79W
SALCIDO PLACE                0.16 IN   1238 AM 05/05   32.04N/110.49W
VENTANA SUNRISE              0.16 IN   1235 AM 05/05   32.31N/110.84W
ALDER CANYON NEAR MT. LEMMON 0.15 IN   0135 AM 05/05   32.48N/110.65W
7 SSE ORO VALLEY             0.15 IN   0515 AM 05/05   32.33N/110.91W
CATALINA BOOSTER             0.15 IN   1228 AM 05/05   32.28N/110.77W
13 ESE AJO                   0.15 IN   0354 AM 05/05   32.32N/112.66W
8 ESE CATALINA               0.14 IN   0510 AM 05/05   32.44N/110.76W
5 ENE TUCSON                 0.14 IN   0501 AM 05/05   32.22N/110.80W
16 E TUCSON                  0.13 IN   0511 AM 05/05   32.15N/110.61W
RANCH ROAD                   0.12 IN   0112 AM 05/05   32.31N/110.61W
WELL D-37                    0.12 IN   1214 AM 05/05   32.23N/110.79W
WHITE TANK                   0.12 IN   1209 AM 05/05   32.30N/110.57W
AC PARK                      0.11 IN   0134 AM 05/05   32.28N/110.73W
8 SSE PICTURE ROCKS          0.11 IN   0504 AM 05/05   32.24N/111.19W
RANDOLPH GOLF COURSE         0.11 IN   1237 AM 05/05   32.21N/110.92W
20 SSE SAN MANUEL            0.11 IN   0418 AM 05/05   32.33N/110.54W
10 NE TUCSON                 0.09 IN   0512 AM 05/05   32.30N/110.76W
TUCSON 3.1 ENE               0.08 IN   0400 AM 05/05   32.24N/110.88W
CRAYCROFT AT GOLF LINKS      0.08 IN   0301 AM 05/05   32.19N/110.88W
7 ESE TUCSON                 0.07 IN   0505 AM 05/05   32.16N/110.77W
CIENEGA CREEK                0.06 IN   0500 AM 05/05   31.87N/110.57W
3 ENE TUCSON                 0.06 IN   0516 AM 05/05   32.23N/110.84W
ARROYO CHICO AT CHERRY       0.04 IN   1229 AM 05/05   32.22N/110.95W
ANAMAX                       0.04 IN   1121 PM 05/04   31.88N/111.05W
ALAMO WASH                   0.04 IN   1248 AM 05/05   32.26N/110.88W
FINGER ROCK WASH AT SKYLINE  0.04 IN   1210 AM 05/05   32.32N/111.90W
4 SW TUCSON                  0.03 IN   0454 AM 05/05   32.14N/110.94W
TUCSON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT 0.03 IN   0453 AM 05/05   32.13N/110.96W
3 ESE TUCSON                 0.01 IN   0508 AM 05/05   32.17N/110.84W
DAVIS MONTHAN AFB            0.01 IN   0458 AM 05/05   32.33N/111.00W
EMPIRE                       0.01 IN   0453 AM 05/05   31.78N/110.64W

...PINAL COUNTY...
ORACLE                       0.79 IN   0515 AM 05/05   32.61N/110.78W
FLORENCE BLACK HILL          0.47 IN   0223 AM 05/05   33.01N/111.28W
10 SSW PERIDOT               0.21 IN   0415 AM 05/05   33.17N/110.53W
5 WNW KEARNY                 0.13 IN   0430 AM 05/05   33.10N/110.98W
HORSE CAMP                   0.13 IN   0402 AM 05/05   32.94N/110.49W
6 SE FLORENCE                0.12 IN   0455 AM 05/05   32.96N/111.32W
8 ESE DUDLEYVILLE            0.02 IN   0345 AM 05/05   32.84N/110.62W

...SANTA CRUZ COUNTY...
9 NNW RIO RICO               0.15 IN   0145 AM 05/05   31.61N/111.04W
HOPKINS                      0.01 IN   0501 AM 05/05   31.68N/110.88W

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

$$

NWS TUCSON AZ


000
NOUS43 KGLD 051200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT TUE MAY 05 2015

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

IN 1993, 70 MPH THUNDERSTORM WINDS IN ST FRANCIS KANSAS RIPPED
AWAY AWNING BOLTED INTO CONCRETE AND HURLED IT OVER A SINGLE STORY
HOUSE INTO A BACK YARD. UTILITY LINES WERE ALSO TAKEN DOWN. A FEW
HAILSTONES OF GOLF BALL SIZE WERE OBSERVED.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 051200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT TUE MAY 05 2015

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

IN 1993, 70 MPH THUNDERSTORM WINDS IN ST FRANCIS KANSAS RIPPED
AWAY AWNING BOLTED INTO CONCRETE AND HURLED IT OVER A SINGLE STORY
HOUSE INTO A BACK YARD. UTILITY LINES WERE ALSO TAKEN DOWN. A FEW
HAILSTONES OF GOLF BALL SIZE WERE OBSERVED.

$$



000
NOUS43 KGLD 051200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT TUE MAY 05 2015

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

IN 1993, 70 MPH THUNDERSTORM WINDS IN ST FRANCIS KANSAS RIPPED
AWAY AWNING BOLTED INTO CONCRETE AND HURLED IT OVER A SINGLE STORY
HOUSE INTO A BACK YARD. UTILITY LINES WERE ALSO TAKEN DOWN. A FEW
HAILSTONES OF GOLF BALL SIZE WERE OBSERVED.

$$


000
NOUS43 KARX 051119
PNSARX
IAZ008>011-018-019-029-030-MNZ079-086>088-094>096-WIZ017-029-032>034-041>044-
053>055-061-052318-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LA CROSSE WI
618 AM CDT TUE MAY 5 2015


...RAINFALL REPORTS PAST 24 HOURS ...

LOCATION                     AMOUNT    TIME/DATE       LAT/LON

...IOWA...

...ALLAMAKEE COUNTY...
3 S DORCHESTER               0.23 IN   0500 AM 05/05   43.42N/91.51W
3 SE WATERVILLE              0.03 IN   0607 AM 05/05   43.17N/91.24W
4 ENE WATSON                 0.02 IN   0545 AM 05/05   43.11N/91.26W

...CHICKASAW COUNTY...
IONIA 2W                     0.01 IN   0145 AM 05/05   43.03N/92.50W

...CLAYTON COUNTY...
GUTTENBERG DAM 10            0.40 IN   0600 AM 05/05   42.78N/91.10W
GARBER                       0.18 IN   0515 AM 05/05   42.74N/91.26W
LITTLEPORT                   0.16 IN   0545 AM 05/05   42.75N/91.37W
ELKADER                      0.08 IN   0545 AM 05/05   42.84N/91.40W
BLOODY RUN CREEK             0.07 IN   0600 AM 05/05   43.04N/91.21W

...FAYETTE COUNTY...
OELWEIN 0.8 WNW              0.11 IN   0500 AM 05/05   42.68N/91.93W
FAYETTE                      0.06 IN   0608 AM 05/05   42.84N/91.80W
ELDORADO                     0.03 IN   0545 AM 05/05   43.05N/91.81W

...WINNESHIEK COUNTY...
BLUFFTON                     0.01 IN   1245 AM 05/05   43.41N/91.90W
DECORAH                      0.01 IN   0445 AM 05/05   43.30N/91.80W

...MINNESOTA...

...FILLMORE COUNTY...
FILLMORE                     0.01 IN   1230 AM 05/05   43.76N/92.27W

...MOWER COUNTY...
AUSTIN 3S                    0.10 IN   0600 AM 05/05   43.64N/92.97W

...WISCONSIN...

...CRAWFORD COUNTY...
DE SOTO                      0.06 IN   0611 AM 05/05   43.42N/91.19W
LYNXVILLE DAM 9              0.05 IN   0600 AM 05/05   43.21N/91.10W

...GRANT COUNTY...
MUSCODA                      0.29 IN   0545 AM 05/05   43.20N/90.44W
1 ENE BOSCOBEL               0.08 IN   0603 AM 05/05   43.15N/90.68W

...JUNEAU COUNTY...
NECEDAH                      0.04 IN   1248 AM 05/05   44.03N/90.08W
MAUSTON                      0.03 IN   0112 AM 05/05   43.80N/90.07W

...VERNON COUNTY...
SIDIE HOLLOW DAM             0.28 IN   0542 AM 05/05   43.54N/90.96W
YTTRI DAM                    0.16 IN   0550 AM 05/05   43.55N/90.82W
HIDDEN VALLEY DAM            0.08 IN   0543 AM 05/05   43.62N/90.81W
RUNGE HOLLOW DAM             0.08 IN   0526 AM 05/05   43.61N/91.01W
SEAS BRANCH HAUGEN           0.08 IN   0534 AM 05/05   43.61N/90.85W
LA FARGE                     0.04 IN   0500 AM 05/05   43.57N/90.64W
SEAS BRANCH DAM              0.04 IN   0542 AM 05/05   43.61N/90.82W
THOMPSON DAM                 0.04 IN   0359 AM 05/05   43.49N/90.95W
GENOA DAM 8                  0.02 IN   0600 AM 05/05   43.57N/91.23W

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

$$

NWS LA CROSSE WI



000
NOUS43 KARX 051119
PNSARX
IAZ008>011-018-019-029-030-MNZ079-086>088-094>096-WIZ017-029-032>034-041>044-
053>055-061-052318-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LA CROSSE WI
618 AM CDT TUE MAY 5 2015


...RAINFALL REPORTS PAST 24 HOURS ...

LOCATION                     AMOUNT    TIME/DATE       LAT/LON

...IOWA...

...ALLAMAKEE COUNTY...
3 S DORCHESTER               0.23 IN   0500 AM 05/05   43.42N/91.51W
3 SE WATERVILLE              0.03 IN   0607 AM 05/05   43.17N/91.24W
4 ENE WATSON                 0.02 IN   0545 AM 05/05   43.11N/91.26W

...CHICKASAW COUNTY...
IONIA 2W                     0.01 IN   0145 AM 05/05   43.03N/92.50W

...CLAYTON COUNTY...
GUTTENBERG DAM 10            0.40 IN   0600 AM 05/05   42.78N/91.10W
GARBER                       0.18 IN   0515 AM 05/05   42.74N/91.26W
LITTLEPORT                   0.16 IN   0545 AM 05/05   42.75N/91.37W
ELKADER                      0.08 IN   0545 AM 05/05   42.84N/91.40W
BLOODY RUN CREEK             0.07 IN   0600 AM 05/05   43.04N/91.21W

...FAYETTE COUNTY...
OELWEIN 0.8 WNW              0.11 IN   0500 AM 05/05   42.68N/91.93W
FAYETTE                      0.06 IN   0608 AM 05/05   42.84N/91.80W
ELDORADO                     0.03 IN   0545 AM 05/05   43.05N/91.81W

...WINNESHIEK COUNTY...
BLUFFTON                     0.01 IN   1245 AM 05/05   43.41N/91.90W
DECORAH                      0.01 IN   0445 AM 05/05   43.30N/91.80W

...MINNESOTA...

...FILLMORE COUNTY...
FILLMORE                     0.01 IN   1230 AM 05/05   43.76N/92.27W

...MOWER COUNTY...
AUSTIN 3S                    0.10 IN   0600 AM 05/05   43.64N/92.97W

...WISCONSIN...

...CRAWFORD COUNTY...
DE SOTO                      0.06 IN   0611 AM 05/05   43.42N/91.19W
LYNXVILLE DAM 9              0.05 IN   0600 AM 05/05   43.21N/91.10W

...GRANT COUNTY...
MUSCODA                      0.29 IN   0545 AM 05/05   43.20N/90.44W
1 ENE BOSCOBEL               0.08 IN   0603 AM 05/05   43.15N/90.68W

...JUNEAU COUNTY...
NECEDAH                      0.04 IN   1248 AM 05/05   44.03N/90.08W
MAUSTON                      0.03 IN   0112 AM 05/05   43.80N/90.07W

...VERNON COUNTY...
SIDIE HOLLOW DAM             0.28 IN   0542 AM 05/05   43.54N/90.96W
YTTRI DAM                    0.16 IN   0550 AM 05/05   43.55N/90.82W
HIDDEN VALLEY DAM            0.08 IN   0543 AM 05/05   43.62N/90.81W
RUNGE HOLLOW DAM             0.08 IN   0526 AM 05/05   43.61N/91.01W
SEAS BRANCH HAUGEN           0.08 IN   0534 AM 05/05   43.61N/90.85W
LA FARGE                     0.04 IN   0500 AM 05/05   43.57N/90.64W
SEAS BRANCH DAM              0.04 IN   0542 AM 05/05   43.61N/90.82W
THOMPSON DAM                 0.04 IN   0359 AM 05/05   43.49N/90.95W
GENOA DAM 8                  0.02 IN   0600 AM 05/05   43.57N/91.23W

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

$$

NWS LA CROSSE WI



000
NOUS43 KARX 051119
PNSARX
IAZ008>011-018-019-029-030-MNZ079-086>088-094>096-WIZ017-029-032>034-041>044-
053>055-061-052318-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LA CROSSE WI
618 AM CDT TUE MAY 5 2015


...RAINFALL REPORTS PAST 24 HOURS ...

LOCATION                     AMOUNT    TIME/DATE       LAT/LON

...IOWA...

...ALLAMAKEE COUNTY...
3 S DORCHESTER               0.23 IN   0500 AM 05/05   43.42N/91.51W
3 SE WATERVILLE              0.03 IN   0607 AM 05/05   43.17N/91.24W
4 ENE WATSON                 0.02 IN   0545 AM 05/05   43.11N/91.26W

...CHICKASAW COUNTY...
IONIA 2W                     0.01 IN   0145 AM 05/05   43.03N/92.50W

...CLAYTON COUNTY...
GUTTENBERG DAM 10            0.40 IN   0600 AM 05/05   42.78N/91.10W
GARBER                       0.18 IN   0515 AM 05/05   42.74N/91.26W
LITTLEPORT                   0.16 IN   0545 AM 05/05   42.75N/91.37W
ELKADER                      0.08 IN   0545 AM 05/05   42.84N/91.40W
BLOODY RUN CREEK             0.07 IN   0600 AM 05/05   43.04N/91.21W

...FAYETTE COUNTY...
OELWEIN 0.8 WNW              0.11 IN   0500 AM 05/05   42.68N/91.93W
FAYETTE                      0.06 IN   0608 AM 05/05   42.84N/91.80W
ELDORADO                     0.03 IN   0545 AM 05/05   43.05N/91.81W

...WINNESHIEK COUNTY...
BLUFFTON                     0.01 IN   1245 AM 05/05   43.41N/91.90W
DECORAH                      0.01 IN   0445 AM 05/05   43.30N/91.80W

...MINNESOTA...

...FILLMORE COUNTY...
FILLMORE                     0.01 IN   1230 AM 05/05   43.76N/92.27W

...MOWER COUNTY...
AUSTIN 3S                    0.10 IN   0600 AM 05/05   43.64N/92.97W

...WISCONSIN...

...CRAWFORD COUNTY...
DE SOTO                      0.06 IN   0611 AM 05/05   43.42N/91.19W
LYNXVILLE DAM 9              0.05 IN   0600 AM 05/05   43.21N/91.10W

...GRANT COUNTY...
MUSCODA                      0.29 IN   0545 AM 05/05   43.20N/90.44W
1 ENE BOSCOBEL               0.08 IN   0603 AM 05/05   43.15N/90.68W

...JUNEAU COUNTY...
NECEDAH                      0.04 IN   1248 AM 05/05   44.03N/90.08W
MAUSTON                      0.03 IN   0112 AM 05/05   43.80N/90.07W

...VERNON COUNTY...
SIDIE HOLLOW DAM             0.28 IN   0542 AM 05/05   43.54N/90.96W
YTTRI DAM                    0.16 IN   0550 AM 05/05   43.55N/90.82W
HIDDEN VALLEY DAM            0.08 IN   0543 AM 05/05   43.62N/90.81W
RUNGE HOLLOW DAM             0.08 IN   0526 AM 05/05   43.61N/91.01W
SEAS BRANCH HAUGEN           0.08 IN   0534 AM 05/05   43.61N/90.85W
LA FARGE                     0.04 IN   0500 AM 05/05   43.57N/90.64W
SEAS BRANCH DAM              0.04 IN   0542 AM 05/05   43.61N/90.82W
THOMPSON DAM                 0.04 IN   0359 AM 05/05   43.49N/90.95W
GENOA DAM 8                  0.02 IN   0600 AM 05/05   43.57N/91.23W

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

$$

NWS LA CROSSE WI



000
NOUS43 KARX 051119
PNSARX
IAZ008>011-018-019-029-030-MNZ079-086>088-094>096-WIZ017-029-032>034-041>044-
053>055-061-052318-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LA CROSSE WI
618 AM CDT TUE MAY 5 2015


...RAINFALL REPORTS PAST 24 HOURS ...

LOCATION                     AMOUNT    TIME/DATE       LAT/LON

...IOWA...

...ALLAMAKEE COUNTY...
3 S DORCHESTER               0.23 IN   0500 AM 05/05   43.42N/91.51W
3 SE WATERVILLE              0.03 IN   0607 AM 05/05   43.17N/91.24W
4 ENE WATSON                 0.02 IN   0545 AM 05/05   43.11N/91.26W

...CHICKASAW COUNTY...
IONIA 2W                     0.01 IN   0145 AM 05/05   43.03N/92.50W

...CLAYTON COUNTY...
GUTTENBERG DAM 10            0.40 IN   0600 AM 05/05   42.78N/91.10W
GARBER                       0.18 IN   0515 AM 05/05   42.74N/91.26W
LITTLEPORT                   0.16 IN   0545 AM 05/05   42.75N/91.37W
ELKADER                      0.08 IN   0545 AM 05/05   42.84N/91.40W
BLOODY RUN CREEK             0.07 IN   0600 AM 05/05   43.04N/91.21W

...FAYETTE COUNTY...
OELWEIN 0.8 WNW              0.11 IN   0500 AM 05/05   42.68N/91.93W
FAYETTE                      0.06 IN   0608 AM 05/05   42.84N/91.80W
ELDORADO                     0.03 IN   0545 AM 05/05   43.05N/91.81W

...WINNESHIEK COUNTY...
BLUFFTON                     0.01 IN   1245 AM 05/05   43.41N/91.90W
DECORAH                      0.01 IN   0445 AM 05/05   43.30N/91.80W

...MINNESOTA...

...FILLMORE COUNTY...
FILLMORE                     0.01 IN   1230 AM 05/05   43.76N/92.27W

...MOWER COUNTY...
AUSTIN 3S                    0.10 IN   0600 AM 05/05   43.64N/92.97W

...WISCONSIN...

...CRAWFORD COUNTY...
DE SOTO                      0.06 IN   0611 AM 05/05   43.42N/91.19W
LYNXVILLE DAM 9              0.05 IN   0600 AM 05/05   43.21N/91.10W

...GRANT COUNTY...
MUSCODA                      0.29 IN   0545 AM 05/05   43.20N/90.44W
1 ENE BOSCOBEL               0.08 IN   0603 AM 05/05   43.15N/90.68W

...JUNEAU COUNTY...
NECEDAH                      0.04 IN   1248 AM 05/05   44.03N/90.08W
MAUSTON                      0.03 IN   0112 AM 05/05   43.80N/90.07W

...VERNON COUNTY...
SIDIE HOLLOW DAM             0.28 IN   0542 AM 05/05   43.54N/90.96W
YTTRI DAM                    0.16 IN   0550 AM 05/05   43.55N/90.82W
HIDDEN VALLEY DAM            0.08 IN   0543 AM 05/05   43.62N/90.81W
RUNGE HOLLOW DAM             0.08 IN   0526 AM 05/05   43.61N/91.01W
SEAS BRANCH HAUGEN           0.08 IN   0534 AM 05/05   43.61N/90.85W
LA FARGE                     0.04 IN   0500 AM 05/05   43.57N/90.64W
SEAS BRANCH DAM              0.04 IN   0542 AM 05/05   43.61N/90.82W
THOMPSON DAM                 0.04 IN   0359 AM 05/05   43.49N/90.95W
GENOA DAM 8                  0.02 IN   0600 AM 05/05   43.57N/91.23W

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

$$

NWS LA CROSSE WI



000
NOUS43 KARX 051119
PNSARX
IAZ008>011-018-019-029-030-MNZ079-086>088-094>096-WIZ017-029-032>034-041>044-
053>055-061-052318-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LA CROSSE WI
618 AM CDT TUE MAY 5 2015


...RAINFALL REPORTS PAST 24 HOURS ...

LOCATION                     AMOUNT    TIME/DATE       LAT/LON

...IOWA...

...ALLAMAKEE COUNTY...
3 S DORCHESTER               0.23 IN   0500 AM 05/05   43.42N/91.51W
3 SE WATERVILLE              0.03 IN   0607 AM 05/05   43.17N/91.24W
4 ENE WATSON                 0.02 IN   0545 AM 05/05   43.11N/91.26W

...CHICKASAW COUNTY...
IONIA 2W                     0.01 IN   0145 AM 05/05   43.03N/92.50W

...CLAYTON COUNTY...
GUTTENBERG DAM 10            0.40 IN   0600 AM 05/05   42.78N/91.10W
GARBER                       0.18 IN   0515 AM 05/05   42.74N/91.26W
LITTLEPORT                   0.16 IN   0545 AM 05/05   42.75N/91.37W
ELKADER                      0.08 IN   0545 AM 05/05   42.84N/91.40W
BLOODY RUN CREEK             0.07 IN   0600 AM 05/05   43.04N/91.21W

...FAYETTE COUNTY...
OELWEIN 0.8 WNW              0.11 IN   0500 AM 05/05   42.68N/91.93W
FAYETTE                      0.06 IN   0608 AM 05/05   42.84N/91.80W
ELDORADO                     0.03 IN   0545 AM 05/05   43.05N/91.81W

...WINNESHIEK COUNTY...
BLUFFTON                     0.01 IN   1245 AM 05/05   43.41N/91.90W
DECORAH                      0.01 IN   0445 AM 05/05   43.30N/91.80W

...MINNESOTA...

...FILLMORE COUNTY...
FILLMORE                     0.01 IN   1230 AM 05/05   43.76N/92.27W

...MOWER COUNTY...
AUSTIN 3S                    0.10 IN   0600 AM 05/05   43.64N/92.97W

...WISCONSIN...

...CRAWFORD COUNTY...
DE SOTO                      0.06 IN   0611 AM 05/05   43.42N/91.19W
LYNXVILLE DAM 9              0.05 IN   0600 AM 05/05   43.21N/91.10W

...GRANT COUNTY...
MUSCODA                      0.29 IN   0545 AM 05/05   43.20N/90.44W
1 ENE BOSCOBEL               0.08 IN   0603 AM 05/05   43.15N/90.68W

...JUNEAU COUNTY...
NECEDAH                      0.04 IN   1248 AM 05/05   44.03N/90.08W
MAUSTON                      0.03 IN   0112 AM 05/05   43.80N/90.07W

...VERNON COUNTY...
SIDIE HOLLOW DAM             0.28 IN   0542 AM 05/05   43.54N/90.96W
YTTRI DAM                    0.16 IN   0550 AM 05/05   43.55N/90.82W
HIDDEN VALLEY DAM            0.08 IN   0543 AM 05/05   43.62N/90.81W
RUNGE HOLLOW DAM             0.08 IN   0526 AM 05/05   43.61N/91.01W
SEAS BRANCH HAUGEN           0.08 IN   0534 AM 05/05   43.61N/90.85W
LA FARGE                     0.04 IN   0500 AM 05/05   43.57N/90.64W
SEAS BRANCH DAM              0.04 IN   0542 AM 05/05   43.61N/90.82W
THOMPSON DAM                 0.04 IN   0359 AM 05/05   43.49N/90.95W
GENOA DAM 8                  0.02 IN   0600 AM 05/05   43.57N/91.23W

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

$$

NWS LA CROSSE WI



000
NOUS43 KARX 051000
PNSARX

SERVICE CHANGE NOTICE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LA CROSSE WI
500 AM CST TUE MAY 5 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 WILL COMMENCE 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 WILL BEGIN 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 051000
PNSARX

SERVICE CHANGE NOTICE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LA CROSSE WI
500 AM CST TUE MAY 5 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 WILL COMMENCE 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 WILL BEGIN 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
NOUS45 KBOU 050859
PNSBOU
COZ030>051-052300-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DENVER/BOULDER CO
259 AM MDT TUE MAY 5 2015

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

1-5   IN 1898...SNOWFALL TOTALED 15.5 INCHES IN DOWNTOWN DENVER.
        MOST OF THE SNOW...6.2 INCHES...FELL ON THE 3RD.  MOST OF
        THE SNOW MELTED AS IT FELL.  THE GREATEST SNOW DEPTH ON
        THE GROUND WAS ONLY 2.5 INCHES ON THE 3RD AT 8:00 PM.
        THIS WAS THE ONLY SNOWFALL DURING THE MONTH.  NORTHEAST
        WINDS WERE SUSTAINED TO 22 MPH ON THE 1ST.
2-5   IN 2001...A VERY SLOW MOVING PACIFIC STORM SYSTEM BECAME PARKED
        NEAR THE FOUR CORNERS REGION...WHICH ALLOWED HEAVY SNOW TO
        DEVELOP ABOVE 6500 FEET IN THE FOOTHILLS WITH A MIX OF RAIN
        AND SNOW OVER LOWER ELEVATIONS OF METRO DENVER.  SNOWFALL
        TOTALS INCLUDED:  21 INCHES ATOP CROW HILL AND AT IDAHO
        SPRINGS; 19 INCHES NEAR BLACKHAWK; AND 18 INCHES IN COAL
        CREEK CANYON...GENESEE...AND 11 MILES SOUTHWEST OF MORRISON.
        SNOWFALL TOTALED 6.2 INCHES AT THE SITE OF THE FORMER
        STAPLETON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.  PRECIPITATION (RAIN AND
        MELTED SNOW) TOTALED 2.09 INCHES AT DENVER INTERNATIONAL
        AIRPORT WHERE NORTH WINDS GUSTED TO 30 MPH ON THE 2ND.
3-5   IN 1908...RAIN CHANGED TO SNOW ON THE EVENING OF THE 3RD
        AND CONTINUED THROUGH THE EARLY EVENING OF THE 5TH.
        SNOWFALL TOTALED 10.0 INCHES OVER DOWNTOWN DENVER.
        THIS WAS THE LAST MEASURABLE SNOW OF THE SEASON.
        PRECIPITATION TOTALED 1.51 INCHES.  NORTH WINDS WERE
        SUSTAINED TO 23 MPH ON THE 3RD...33 MPH ON THE 4TH...AND
        21 MPH ON THE 5TH.  THREE TEMPERATURE RECORDS WERE SET.
        HIGH TEMPERATURES OF 30 DEGREES ON THE 4TH AND 38 DEGREES
        ON THE 5TH WERE RECORD LOW MAXIMUM TEMPERATURES FOR THE
        DATES.  THE READING ON THE 4TH WAS ALSO THE ALL-TIME
        RECORD LOW MAXIMUM FOR THE MONTH OF MAY.
      IN 2007...A SLOW MOVING PACIFIC STORM SYSTEM...FROM THE
        DESERT SOUTHWEST...BROUGHT A PERIOD OF UNSETTLED WEATHER
        TO THE REGION.  DURING THE 3-DAY PERIOD...LOCALLY HEAVY
        SNOW WAS REPORTED OVER PARTS OF THE FRONT RANGE FOOTHILLS.
        STORM TOTALS INCLUDED:  15 INCHES NEAR CONIFER...14.5
        INCHES WEST OF JAMESTOWN...13.5 INCHES; 6 MILES SOUTHWEST
        OF EVERGREEN...AND 12.5 INCHES AT PINE JUNCTION.  SEVERE
        THUNDERSTORMS...PRODUCING LARGE HAIL...UP TO ONE INCH IN
        DIAMETER WERE OBSERVED IN THE VICINITY OF BOULDER AND
        HUDSON.  LIGHTNING STRUCK A RESIDENCE IN JEFFERSON COUNTY.
        THE ROOF WAS HIT...CAUSING THE ATTIC TO CATCH FIRE.
        AT DENVER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT...LIGHTNING STRUCK A
        UNITED AIRLINES JET AS IT WAS PUSHING AWAY FROM
        THE GATE.  THE PASSENGERS WERE TAKEN OFF THE JET AND PUT
        ON ANOTHER PLANE.
4-5   IN 1986...HIGH WINDS BUFFETED THE FOOTHILLS.  WIND SPEEDS OF
        60 TO 75 MPH WERE RECORDED IN BOULDER.  AT STAPLETON
        INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT...WEST WINDS GUSTED TO 45 MPH ON THE
        4TH AND TO 40 MPH ON THE 5TH.
      IN 2000...A BRIEF WARM SPELL RESULTED IN SETTING TWO DAILY
        HIGH TEMPERATURE RECORDS.  THE TEMPERATURE CLIMBED TO
        HIGHS OF 87 DEGREES ON THE 4TH AND 89 DEGREES ON THE 5TH.
4-8   IN 1969...HEAVY RAINS CAUSED FLOODING ON BOULDER CREEK
        IN BOULDER...WHICH RESULTED IN ONE DEATH ON THE 7TH.
        FLOODING ALSO OCCURRED ON BEAR CREEK IN SHERIDAN AND
        ON THE SOUTH PLATTE RIVER IN DENVER.  RAIN OVER MOST
        OF THE EASTERN FOOTHILLS STARTED LATE ON THE 4TH AND
        CONTINUED WITH ONLY BRIEF INTERRUPTIONS IN MANY AREAS
        UNTIL THE MORNING OF THE 8TH.  VERY HIGH RATES OF
        RAINFALL OCCURRED ON THE 6TH AND 7TH WITH THE GREATEST
        INTENSITIES IN A BAND ALONG THE FOOTHILLS FROM ABOUT 25
        MILES SOUTHWEST OF DENVER NORTHWARD TO ESTES PARK.  STORM
        TOTALS BY BOTH OFFICIAL AND UNOFFICIAL MEASUREMENTS
        EXCEEDED 10 INCHES OVER MUCH OF THIS AREA AND WERE OVER 12
        INCHES IN SOME LOCALITIES.  HEAVY SNOW FELL IN THE HIGHER
        MOUNTAINS AND IN THE FOOTHILLS LATER IN THE PERIOD.  THE
        SATURATION OF THE SOIL RESULTED IN NUMEROUS ROCK AND LAND
        SLIDES...AND THE HEAVY RUN-OFF CAUSED SEVERE DAMAGE ALONG
        MANY STREAMS AND FLOODING ON THE SOUTH PLATTE RIVER.  MANY
        FOOTHILL COMMUNITIES WERE ISOLATED AS HIGHWAYS WERE BLOCKED
        AND COMMUNICATIONS DISRUPTED.  ROADS WERE SEVERELY DAMAGED
        OVER A WIDE AREA...AND A LARGE NUMBER OF BRIDGES WASHED OUT.
        MANY ROADS WERE CLOSED DUE TO THE DANGER FROM FALLING
        ROCKS.  A BUILDING IN GEORGETOWN COLLAPSED FROM THE WEIGHT
        OF HEAVY WET SNOW.  IN BOULDER...A MAN DROWNED WHEN CAUGHT
        BY THE FLOODING WATERS OF BOULDER CREEK...AND A PATROLMAN WAS
        INJURED.  RAINFALL TOTALED 7.60 INCHES IN BOULDER WITH
        9.34 INCHES RECORDED AT THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY ELECTRIC
        PLANT IN BOULDER CANYON.  IN MORRISON...RAINFALL TOTALED
        11.27 INCHES IN 4 DAYS.  HEAVY RAINFALL TOTALED 4.68 INCHES
        AT STAPLETON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT OVER 3 DAYS FROM THE 5TH
        THROUGH THE 7TH.  RAINFALL OF 3.14 INCHES WAS RECORDED IN 24
        HOURS ON THE 6TH AND 7TH.  DOWNSTREAM FLOODING CONTINUED
        ALONG THE SOUTH PLATTE RIVER UNTIL THE 12TH WHEN THE FLOOD
        CREST REACHED THE NEBRASKA LINE.
5     IN 1903...APPARENT POST-FRONTAL NORTHEAST WINDS WERE SUSTAINED
        TO 48 MPH WITH GUSTS TO 60 MPH.
      IN 1950...A NORTHWEST WIND GUST TO 52 MPH WAS RECORDED AT
        STAPLETON AIRPORT.
      IN 1969...A FUNNEL CLOUD WAS OBSERVED FOR 2 TO 3 MINUTES JUST
        NORTH OF PARKER.  TWO OTHER FUNNEL CLOUDS WERE SIGHTED IN
        THE SAME AREA.  THE PUBLIC SIGHTED A TORNADO 15 MILES
        EAST OF STAPLETON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.  NO DAMAGE WAS
        REPORTED.
      IN 2012...SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS PRODUCED DAMAGING HAIL RANGING
        IN SIZE FROM QUARTERS TO GOLFBALLS IN METRO DENVER
        INCLUDING:  AURORA...CENTENNIEL...CHERRY CREEK...ENGLEWOOD...
        AND SOUTHEAST DENVER. AURORA WAS HIT THE HARDEST...WITH
        EXTENSIVE PROPERTY DAMAGE REPORTED TO HOMES AND AUTOMOBILES.
5-6   IN 1907...RAIN CHANGED TO SNOW ON THE 5TH...CONTINUED THROUGH
        THE NIGHT...AND TOTALED 3.50 INCHES.  NORTHEAST WINDS WERE
        SUSTAINED TO 15 MPH ON THE 5TH.
      IN 1917...POST-FRONTAL RAIN CHANGED TO HEAVY SNOW AND TOTALED
        12.5 INCHES OVER DOWNTOWN DENVER.  MOST OF THE SNOW...
        12.0 INCHES...FELL ON THE 5TH AND THIS WAS THE GREATEST
        24-HOUR SNOWFALL EVER MEASURED DURING THE MONTH OF MAY.
        THIS WAS ALSO THE ONLY MEASURABLE SNOW OF THE MONTH THAT
        YEAR.  LOW TEMPERATURES OF 27 DEGREES ON THE 5TH AND 23
        DEGREES ON THE 6TH WERE RECORD MINIMUMS FOR THE DATES.
        HIGH TEMPERATURES ON BOTH DAYS WERE IN THE LOWER 40`S.
        SOUTHEAST WINDS WERE SUSTAINED TO 24 MPH WITH AN EXTREME
        VELOCITY TO 26 MPH.
      IN 1964...HIGH WINDS GUSTED TO 54 MPH IN BOULDER AND TO 80 MPH
        AT JEFFERSON COUNTY AIRPORT NEAR BROOMFIELD.  WIND GUSTS OF
        50 TO 60 MPH WERE COMMON OVER ALL OF EASTERN COLORADO.
        BUILDINGS...POWER LINES...TREES...AND VEHICLES WERE DAMAGED BY
        THE WIND.   SOUTH-SOUTHWEST WIND GUSTS TO 54 MPH CAUSED SOME
        BLOWING DUST AT STAPLETON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT WHERE THE
        VISIBILITY WAS BRIEFLY REDUCED TO 2 MILES.
      IN 1973...A HEAVY DRIVING RAIN STORM WITH EMBEDDED
        THUNDERSTORMS...PRODUCED 1 TO 5 INCHES OF RAIN AND CAUSED
        LOCAL FLASH FLOODING ALONG THE EAST SLOPES OF THE FRONT
        RANGE.  THE GREATEST FLASH FLOODING OCCURRED IN METRO
        DENVER WHERE RAINFALL TOTALED 3.56 INCHES AT STAPLETON
        INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.  FLOODING IN METRO DENVER OCCURRED
        ON CLEAR CREEK AND THE SOUTH PLATTE RIVER...ALREADY SWOLLEN
        FROM HEAVY SNOWMELT.  NUMEROUS BASEMENTS WERE FLOODED...
        ROADS AND STREETS WERE WASHED OUT...A BRIDGE WAS DEMOLISHED...
        AND MISCELLANEOUS OTHER DAMAGE WAS REPORTED.  NORTH WINDS
        GUSTED TO 39 MPH AT STAPLETON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT DURING
        THE STORM.  THE STORM PRODUCED MAJOR DOWNSTREAM FLOODING
        ALONG THE SOUTH PLATTE RIVER ALL THE WAY TO THE NEBRASKA
        BORDER DURING THE NEXT TWO WEEKS.  ONE PERSON DIED AND
        TOTAL DAMAGE WAS ESTIMATED AT AROUND 120 MILLION DOLLARS.
      IN 1978...HEAVY WET SNOW OF AROUND 24 INCHES COLLAPSED AN
        OFFICE AND HOTEL BUILDING IN BOULDER.  MANY CARS WERE
        ABANDONED IN THE CITY.  DENVER RECEIVED 14 INCHES OF
        HEAVY WET SNOW WITH EVERGREEN AND GOLDEN REPORTING 12
        INCHES.  SNOWFALL TOTALED 12.4 INCHES AT STAPLETON
        INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT WITH A TOTAL ACCUMULATION OF SNOW
        ON THE GROUND OF 8 INCHES DUE TO MELTING.  SOUTHEAST WINDS
        GUSTED TO 23 MPH ON THE 5TH.  TEMPERATURES BOTH DAYS
        REMAINED IN THE LOWER TO MID 30`S.

$$



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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DENVER/BOULDER CO
259 AM MDT TUE MAY 5 2015

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

1-5   IN 1898...SNOWFALL TOTALED 15.5 INCHES IN DOWNTOWN DENVER.
        MOST OF THE SNOW...6.2 INCHES...FELL ON THE 3RD.  MOST OF
        THE SNOW MELTED AS IT FELL.  THE GREATEST SNOW DEPTH ON
        THE GROUND WAS ONLY 2.5 INCHES ON THE 3RD AT 8:00 PM.
        THIS WAS THE ONLY SNOWFALL DURING THE MONTH.  NORTHEAST
        WINDS WERE SUSTAINED TO 22 MPH ON THE 1ST.
2-5   IN 2001...A VERY SLOW MOVING PACIFIC STORM SYSTEM BECAME PARKED
        NEAR THE FOUR CORNERS REGION...WHICH ALLOWED HEAVY SNOW TO
        DEVELOP ABOVE 6500 FEET IN THE FOOTHILLS WITH A MIX OF RAIN
        AND SNOW OVER LOWER ELEVATIONS OF METRO DENVER.  SNOWFALL
        TOTALS INCLUDED:  21 INCHES ATOP CROW HILL AND AT IDAHO
        SPRINGS; 19 INCHES NEAR BLACKHAWK; AND 18 INCHES IN COAL
        CREEK CANYON...GENESEE...AND 11 MILES SOUTHWEST OF MORRISON.
        SNOWFALL TOTALED 6.2 INCHES AT THE SITE OF THE FORMER
        STAPLETON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.  PRECIPITATION (RAIN AND
        MELTED SNOW) TOTALED 2.09 INCHES AT DENVER INTERNATIONAL
        AIRPORT WHERE NORTH WINDS GUSTED TO 30 MPH ON THE 2ND.
3-5   IN 1908...RAIN CHANGED TO SNOW ON THE EVENING OF THE 3RD
        AND CONTINUED THROUGH THE EARLY EVENING OF THE 5TH.
        SNOWFALL TOTALED 10.0 INCHES OVER DOWNTOWN DENVER.
        THIS WAS THE LAST MEASURABLE SNOW OF THE SEASON.
        PRECIPITATION TOTALED 1.51 INCHES.  NORTH WINDS WERE
        SUSTAINED TO 23 MPH ON THE 3RD...33 MPH ON THE 4TH...AND
        21 MPH ON THE 5TH.  THREE TEMPERATURE RECORDS WERE SET.
        HIGH TEMPERATURES OF 30 DEGREES ON THE 4TH AND 38 DEGREES
        ON THE 5TH WERE RECORD LOW MAXIMUM TEMPERATURES FOR THE
        DATES.  THE READING ON THE 4TH WAS ALSO THE ALL-TIME
        RECORD LOW MAXIMUM FOR THE MONTH OF MAY.
      IN 2007...A SLOW MOVING PACIFIC STORM SYSTEM...FROM THE
        DESERT SOUTHWEST...BROUGHT A PERIOD OF UNSETTLED WEATHER
        TO THE REGION.  DURING THE 3-DAY PERIOD...LOCALLY HEAVY
        SNOW WAS REPORTED OVER PARTS OF THE FRONT RANGE FOOTHILLS.
        STORM TOTALS INCLUDED:  15 INCHES NEAR CONIFER...14.5
        INCHES WEST OF JAMESTOWN...13.5 INCHES; 6 MILES SOUTHWEST
        OF EVERGREEN...AND 12.5 INCHES AT PINE JUNCTION.  SEVERE
        THUNDERSTORMS...PRODUCING LARGE HAIL...UP TO ONE INCH IN
        DIAMETER WERE OBSERVED IN THE VICINITY OF BOULDER AND
        HUDSON.  LIGHTNING STRUCK A RESIDENCE IN JEFFERSON COUNTY.
        THE ROOF WAS HIT...CAUSING THE ATTIC TO CATCH FIRE.
        AT DENVER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT...LIGHTNING STRUCK A
        UNITED AIRLINES JET AS IT WAS PUSHING AWAY FROM
        THE GATE.  THE PASSENGERS WERE TAKEN OFF THE JET AND PUT
        ON ANOTHER PLANE.
4-5   IN 1986...HIGH WINDS BUFFETED THE FOOTHILLS.  WIND SPEEDS OF
        60 TO 75 MPH WERE RECORDED IN BOULDER.  AT STAPLETON
        INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT...WEST WINDS GUSTED TO 45 MPH ON THE
        4TH AND TO 40 MPH ON THE 5TH.
      IN 2000...A BRIEF WARM SPELL RESULTED IN SETTING TWO DAILY
        HIGH TEMPERATURE RECORDS.  THE TEMPERATURE CLIMBED TO
        HIGHS OF 87 DEGREES ON THE 4TH AND 89 DEGREES ON THE 5TH.
4-8   IN 1969...HEAVY RAINS CAUSED FLOODING ON BOULDER CREEK
        IN BOULDER...WHICH RESULTED IN ONE DEATH ON THE 7TH.
        FLOODING ALSO OCCURRED ON BEAR CREEK IN SHERIDAN AND
        ON THE SOUTH PLATTE RIVER IN DENVER.  RAIN OVER MOST
        OF THE EASTERN FOOTHILLS STARTED LATE ON THE 4TH AND
        CONTINUED WITH ONLY BRIEF INTERRUPTIONS IN MANY AREAS
        UNTIL THE MORNING OF THE 8TH.  VERY HIGH RATES OF
        RAINFALL OCCURRED ON THE 6TH AND 7TH WITH THE GREATEST
        INTENSITIES IN A BAND ALONG THE FOOTHILLS FROM ABOUT 25
        MILES SOUTHWEST OF DENVER NORTHWARD TO ESTES PARK.  STORM
        TOTALS BY BOTH OFFICIAL AND UNOFFICIAL MEASUREMENTS
        EXCEEDED 10 INCHES OVER MUCH OF THIS AREA AND WERE OVER 12
        INCHES IN SOME LOCALITIES.  HEAVY SNOW FELL IN THE HIGHER
        MOUNTAINS AND IN THE FOOTHILLS LATER IN THE PERIOD.  THE
        SATURATION OF THE SOIL RESULTED IN NUMEROUS ROCK AND LAND
        SLIDES...AND THE HEAVY RUN-OFF CAUSED SEVERE DAMAGE ALONG
        MANY STREAMS AND FLOODING ON THE SOUTH PLATTE RIVER.  MANY
        FOOTHILL COMMUNITIES WERE ISOLATED AS HIGHWAYS WERE BLOCKED
        AND COMMUNICATIONS DISRUPTED.  ROADS WERE SEVERELY DAMAGED
        OVER A WIDE AREA...AND A LARGE NUMBER OF BRIDGES WASHED OUT.
        MANY ROADS WERE CLOSED DUE TO THE DANGER FROM FALLING
        ROCKS.  A BUILDING IN GEORGETOWN COLLAPSED FROM THE WEIGHT
        OF HEAVY WET SNOW.  IN BOULDER...A MAN DROWNED WHEN CAUGHT
        BY THE FLOODING WATERS OF BOULDER CREEK...AND A PATROLMAN WAS
        INJURED.  RAINFALL TOTALED 7.60 INCHES IN BOULDER WITH
        9.34 INCHES RECORDED AT THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY ELECTRIC
        PLANT IN BOULDER CANYON.  IN MORRISON...RAINFALL TOTALED
        11.27 INCHES IN 4 DAYS.  HEAVY RAINFALL TOTALED 4.68 INCHES
        AT STAPLETON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT OVER 3 DAYS FROM THE 5TH
        THROUGH THE 7TH.  RAINFALL OF 3.14 INCHES WAS RECORDED IN 24
        HOURS ON THE 6TH AND 7TH.  DOWNSTREAM FLOODING CONTINUED
        ALONG THE SOUTH PLATTE RIVER UNTIL THE 12TH WHEN THE FLOOD
        CREST REACHED THE NEBRASKA LINE.
5     IN 1903...APPARENT POST-FRONTAL NORTHEAST WINDS WERE SUSTAINED
        TO 48 MPH WITH GUSTS TO 60 MPH.
      IN 1950...A NORTHWEST WIND GUST TO 52 MPH WAS RECORDED AT
        STAPLETON AIRPORT.
      IN 1969...A FUNNEL CLOUD WAS OBSERVED FOR 2 TO 3 MINUTES JUST
        NORTH OF PARKER.  TWO OTHER FUNNEL CLOUDS WERE SIGHTED IN
        THE SAME AREA.  THE PUBLIC SIGHTED A TORNADO 15 MILES
        EAST OF STAPLETON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.  NO DAMAGE WAS
        REPORTED.
      IN 2012...SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS PRODUCED DAMAGING HAIL RANGING
        IN SIZE FROM QUARTERS TO GOLFBALLS IN METRO DENVER
        INCLUDING:  AURORA...CENTENNIEL...CHERRY CREEK...ENGLEWOOD...
        AND SOUTHEAST DENVER. AURORA WAS HIT THE HARDEST...WITH
        EXTENSIVE PROPERTY DAMAGE REPORTED TO HOMES AND AUTOMOBILES.
5-6   IN 1907...RAIN CHANGED TO SNOW ON THE 5TH...CONTINUED THROUGH
        THE NIGHT...AND TOTALED 3.50 INCHES.  NORTHEAST WINDS WERE
        SUSTAINED TO 15 MPH ON THE 5TH.
      IN 1917...POST-FRONTAL RAIN CHANGED TO HEAVY SNOW AND TOTALED
        12.5 INCHES OVER DOWNTOWN DENVER.  MOST OF THE SNOW...
        12.0 INCHES...FELL ON THE 5TH AND THIS WAS THE GREATEST
        24-HOUR SNOWFALL EVER MEASURED DURING THE MONTH OF MAY.
        THIS WAS ALSO THE ONLY MEASURABLE SNOW OF THE MONTH THAT
        YEAR.  LOW TEMPERATURES OF 27 DEGREES ON THE 5TH AND 23
        DEGREES ON THE 6TH WERE RECORD MINIMUMS FOR THE DATES.
        HIGH TEMPERATURES ON BOTH DAYS WERE IN THE LOWER 40`S.
        SOUTHEAST WINDS WERE SUSTAINED TO 24 MPH WITH AN EXTREME
        VELOCITY TO 26 MPH.
      IN 1964...HIGH WINDS GUSTED TO 54 MPH IN BOULDER AND TO 80 MPH
        AT JEFFERSON COUNTY AIRPORT NEAR BROOMFIELD.  WIND GUSTS OF
        50 TO 60 MPH WERE COMMON OVER ALL OF EASTERN COLORADO.
        BUILDINGS...POWER LINES...TREES...AND VEHICLES WERE DAMAGED BY
        THE WIND.   SOUTH-SOUTHWEST WIND GUSTS TO 54 MPH CAUSED SOME
        BLOWING DUST AT STAPLETON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT WHERE THE
        VISIBILITY WAS BRIEFLY REDUCED TO 2 MILES.
      IN 1973...A HEAVY DRIVING RAIN STORM WITH EMBEDDED
        THUNDERSTORMS...PRODUCED 1 TO 5 INCHES OF RAIN AND CAUSED
        LOCAL FLASH FLOODING ALONG THE EAST SLOPES OF THE FRONT
        RANGE.  THE GREATEST FLASH FLOODING OCCURRED IN METRO
        DENVER WHERE RAINFALL TOTALED 3.56 INCHES AT STAPLETON
        INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.  FLOODING IN METRO DENVER OCCURRED
        ON CLEAR CREEK AND THE SOUTH PLATTE RIVER...ALREADY SWOLLEN
        FROM HEAVY SNOWMELT.  NUMEROUS BASEMENTS WERE FLOODED...
        ROADS AND STREETS WERE WASHED OUT...A BRIDGE WAS DEMOLISHED...
        AND MISCELLANEOUS OTHER DAMAGE WAS REPORTED.  NORTH WINDS
        GUSTED TO 39 MPH AT STAPLETON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT DURING
        THE STORM.  THE STORM PRODUCED MAJOR DOWNSTREAM FLOODING
        ALONG THE SOUTH PLATTE RIVER ALL THE WAY TO THE NEBRASKA
        BORDER DURING THE NEXT TWO WEEKS.  ONE PERSON DIED AND
        TOTAL DAMAGE WAS ESTIMATED AT AROUND 120 MILLION DOLLARS.
      IN 1978...HEAVY WET SNOW OF AROUND 24 INCHES COLLAPSED AN
        OFFICE AND HOTEL BUILDING IN BOULDER.  MANY CARS WERE
        ABANDONED IN THE CITY.  DENVER RECEIVED 14 INCHES OF
        HEAVY WET SNOW WITH EVERGREEN AND GOLDEN REPORTING 12
        INCHES.  SNOWFALL TOTALED 12.4 INCHES AT STAPLETON
        INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT WITH A TOTAL ACCUMULATION OF SNOW
        ON THE GROUND OF 8 INCHES DUE TO MELTING.  SOUTHEAST WINDS
        GUSTED TO 23 MPH ON THE 5TH.  TEMPERATURES BOTH DAYS
        REMAINED IN THE LOWER TO MID 30`S.

$$


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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE COLUMBIA SC
414 AM EDT TUE MAY 5 2015

...APRIL 2015 CLIMATE SUMMARY...

...SEVERE WEATHER ON THE 19TH PRODUCED 5 TORNADOES...
...TEMPERATURES ABOVE NORMAL FOR THE MONTH...
...RAINFALL ABOVE NORMAL FOR THE MONTH...
...TIED FOR THE 9TH WARMEST APRIL ON RECORD AT COLUMBIA...
...RIVER FLOODING ON THE AREA RIVERS DURING THE MONTH...


APRIL CONTINUED THE ABOVE NORMAL WARMTH OF SPRING THAT BEGAN IN
MARCH ACROSS THE MIDLANDS AND EAST CENTRAL GEORGIA. ALTHOUGH
TEMPERATURES AND PRECIPITATION WERE BOTH ABOVE NORMAL FOR THE
MONTH...THE MAIN WEATHER STORY WAS THE SEVERE WEATHER EVENT THAT
OCCURRED ON THE AFTERNOON AND EVENING OF THE 19TH. A FEW SUPERCELL
STORMS DEVELOPED WITHIN A BAND OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS. THE
SUPERCELLS PRODUCED 5 TORNADOES ACROSS THE CSRA AND MIDLANDS. THE
ABOVE NORMAL RAINFALL FOR THE MONTH PRODUCED FLOODING ALONG THE
CONGAREE RIVER...GREAT PEE DEE RIVER AND AROUND THE SHORELINE OF
LAKE WATEREE.

PRECIPITATION WAS ABOVE NORMAL FOR THE MONTH RANGING FROM 3 TO 6
INCHES. THESE AMOUNTS RANGED FROM 110 PERCENT UP TO 200 PERCENT OF
NORMAL FOR THE MONTH.

THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE AT AUGUSTA REGIONAL BUSH FIELD WAS 66.3
DEGREES OR 3.6 DEGREES ABOVE THE NORMAL OF 62.7 DEGREES. THE AVERAGE
TEMPERATURE AT COLUMBIA METRO AIRPORT WAS 67.0 DEGREES OR 3.6
DEGREES ABOVE THE NORMAL OF 63.4 DEGREES. THIS TIED THE 9TH WARMEST
APRIL ON RECORD AT COLUMBIA. OTHER YEARS THAT RECORDED 67.0 DEGREES
FOR THE MONTHLY AVERAGE TEMPERATURE WERE:  1955...1991...2006 AND
2012.


HERE ARE SOME OF THE HIGHEST COCORAHS RAINFALL REPORTS FOR APRIL:
...COMMUNITY COLLABORATIVE RAIN HAIL AND SNOW
NETWORK......WWW.COCORAHS.ORG

SC-ED-13 TRENTON 6.5 SSW................7.69 INCHES
SC-NW-5  PROSPERITY 4.4 ESE.............6.80 INCHES
SC-ED-2  TRENTON 6.3 SSW................6.50 INCHES
SC-AK-44 AIKEN 9.8 NNE..................6.37 INCHES
SC-NW-8  PROSPERITY 2.8 SE..............6.28 INCHES

GA-CU-3  EVANS 2.1 NNW..................5.96 INCHES
GA-CU-7  GROVETOWN 3.4 NE...............4.97 INCHES
GA-RC-5  HEPHZIBAH 5.0 NE...............4.73 INCHES


HERE ARE SOME OF THE HIGHEST NWS COOP OBSERVER REPORTS FOR APRIL

BATS1 BATESBURG...................6.88 INCHES
LIMS1 LITTLE MOUNTAIN.............6.15 INCHES
CHDS1 CLARKS HILL.................5.82 INCHES
AIKS1 AIKEN 2 E...................5.68 INCHES
NWYS1 NEWBERRY WKDK...............5.66 INCHES


HIGHEST WIND GUSTS AT EACH ASOS LOCATION DURING THE MONTH:

AUGUSTA BUSH FIELD (AGS)..........39 MPH ON THE 19TH
AUGUSTA DANIEL FIELD (DNL)........39 MPH ON THE 19TH
COLUMBIA METRO AIRPORT (CAE)......38 MPH ON THE 19TH
ORANGEBURG COUNTY AIRPORT (OGB)...32 MPH ON THE 19TH
COLUMBIA HAMILTON OWENS FLD (CUB).31 MPH ON THE 22ND


HIGHEST WIND GUSTS AT EACH LAKE OBSERVING SITE DURING THE MONTH:

LAKE MURRAY FLOTILLA ISLAND (LMFS1).....44 MPH ON THE 19TH
LAKE MURRAY DAM (RCWINDS)...............35 MPH ON THE 23RD
LAKE WATEREE DAM (WATS1)................33 MPH ON THE 22ND
LAKE MURRAY TOWERS (USGS1)..............33 MPH ON THE 4TH
CLARKS HILL LAKE THURMOND DAM (CHDS1)...29 MPH ON THE 22ND


WATER TEMPERATURE AT THE LAKE MURRAY TOWERS (DEPTH APPROX. 6 FEET):
WARMEST...69.0 DEGREES ON THE 28TH AND 30TH
COOLEST...56.5 DEGREES ON THE 2ND


RECORDS TIED OR BROKEN DURING THE MONTH AT APRIL:

AUGUSTA...
ON THE 9TH...TIED THE RECORD HIGH OF 91 DEGREES SET IN 2011.

COLUMBIA...
ON THE 8TH...TIED THE HIGHEST MINIMUM TEMPERATURE OF 65 DEGREES SET
IN 1948.

ON THE 9TH...THE HIGH TEMPERATURE WAS 92 DEGREES. THIS BROKE THE
RECORD HIGH OF 90 DEGREES SET IN 1893...1965 AND 2011.

ON THE 10TH...TIED THE HIGHEST MINIMUM TEMPERATURE OF 67 DEGREES SET
IN 1999.

ON THE 14TH...TIED THE HIGHEST MINIMUM TEMPERATURE OF 68 DEGREES SET
IN 1922.



EVENTS FOR APRIL 2015:

ON THE 7TH...A LINE OF SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS MOVED ACROSS THE
MIDLANDS PRODUCING LARGE HAIL AND DAMAGING WINDS. GOLF BALL SIZE
HAIL WAS REPORTED IN BLYTHEWOOD. A TREE FELL ON A HOME AND VEHICLE
IN LEXINGTON COUNTY. LIGHTNING STRUCK A BARN IN WHITMIRE AND BURNED
IT TO THE GROUND.


ON THE 7TH AND 8TH...LOCALIZED HEAVY RAINFALL ALONG WITH RESERVOIR
RELEASES PRODUCED MINOR FLOODING ALONG THE CONGAREE RIVER AT
CAROLINA EASTMAN. THE RIVER CRESTED AT 115.2 FEET ON THE 10TH. FLOOD
STAGE IS 115.0 FEET.


ON THE 10TH...ISOLATED SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS DEVELOPED OVER EDGEFIELD
AND AIKEN COUNTIES. THE STORMS PRODUCED QUARTER SIZE HAIL.


ON THE 19TH...A QUASI-LINEAR CONVECTIVE SYSTEM...A LINE OF
THUNDERSTORMS CAPABLE OF PRODUCING DAMAGING WINDS AND
TORNADOES...MOVED ACROSS THE CSRA AND MIDLANDS DURING THE AFTERNOON
AND EVENING HOURS. THESE TYPES OF LINES ARE COMMON DURING THE SPRING
AND SUMMER MONTHS. SUPERCELL THUNDERSTORMS THAT DEVELOPED WITHIN THE
BAND PRODUCED 5 TORNADOES ACROSS THE REGION. THE LINE ALSO PRODUCED
NUMEROUS REPORTS OF STRAIGHT LINE WIND DAMAGE THAT DOWNED TREES AND
POWERLINES ACROSS THE AREA.

HERE IS A LIST OF THE TORNADOES AND SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE:

AN EF-2 TORNADO MOVED ACROSS BURKE COUNTY GEORGIA. THE PATH LENGTH
WAS JUST OVER 4 1/2 MILES AND THE WIDTH WAS 200 YARDS. THE TORNADO
DOWNED NUMEROUS TREES...DAMAGING HOMES...VEHICLES AND OTHER
STRUCTURES ON DONE ROVEN ROAD.

AN EF-2 TORNADO MOVED ACROSS AIKEN COUNTY. THE PATH LENGTH WAS JUST
OVER 19 MILES WITH A WIDTH OF 660 YARDS. THE TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN
NEAR GLENWOOD DRIVE AND CONTINUED ACROSS SOUTH AND SOUTHEAST AIKEN
EVENTUALLY REACHING I-20. THE TORNADO DOWNED NUMEROUS
TREES...DAMAGED MANY HOMES AND VEHICLES ALONG WITH SOME STRUCTURES.

AN EF-1 TORNADO MOVED ACROSS LEXINGTON...ESPECIALLY LAKE MURRAY. THE
TORNADO DOWNED NUMEROUS TREES AND DAMAGED SEVERAL HOMES ON THE SOUTH
SIDE OF THE LAKE. THE TORNADO CONTINUED ACROSS THE LAKE AND TOUCHED
DOWN ON SHADOWOOD ROAD. IT THEN DOWNED A FEW TREES...SOME ON A
HOME... AND LIFTED A PONTOON BOAT FROM THE WATER AND DROPPED IT ON
ITS SIDE ON A DOCK.

AN EF-1 A BRIEF...BUT STRONG EF-1...TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN IN CALHOUN
COUNTY. THE LENGTH WAS JUST OVER ONE QUARTER MILE WITH A WIDTH OF
200 YARDS. THE TORNADO DESTROYED A MOBILE HOME ON OTT SISTERS ROAD
AND INJURING 2 PEOPLE. THE TORNADO ALSO DOWNED NUMEROUS TREES. A
COUPLE OF THESE TREES FELL AND DAMAGED A MOBILE HOME CAUSING MAJOR
DAMAGE TO THE BATHROOM AREA OF THE HOME. IT ALSO DID SOME MINOR
DAMAGE TO AN INDUSTRIAL FACILITY.

AN EF-0 TORNADO MOVED ACROSS EDGEFIELD COUNTY. THE PATH WAS JUST
UNDER 3 MILES LONG WITH A PATH WIDTH OF 50 YARDS. THE TORNADO
INTERMITTENTLY TOUCHED DOWN IN WOODED AREAS FROM TWO MILE ROAD TO
NEAR BLAND BAPTIST CHURCH ROAD. ONE TREE FELL ON A HOME CAUSING
MINOR DAMAGE.

A SIGNIFICANT AREA OF STRAIGHT LINE WIND DAMAGE OCCURRED IN CALHOUN
COUNTY JUST BEFORE THE TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN. WIND SPEEDS AROUND 75
MPH PRODUCED DAMAGE TO A HOME OFF OF BULL SWAMP ROAD. THE STRONG
WINDS DAMAGED THE ROOF OF THE HOME AND BLEW OUT A WALL ON THE
NORTHEAST SIDE OF THE HOUSE.


ON THE 20TH THROUGH THE 25TH...RAINFALL OVER SEVERAL DAYS ACROSS THE
UPSTATE AND MIDLANDS PRODUCED SIGNIFICANT RISES ON THE AREA RIVERS.
FLOODING OCCURRED ALONG THE CONGAREE RIVER AND ALONG THE SHORELINE
OF LAKE WATEREE. THE GREAT PEE DEE RIVER AT CHERAW CRESTED JUST
BELOW FLOOD STAGE AT 29.8 FEET ON THE 22ND. FLOOD STAGE AT CHERAW IS
30.0 FEET. ALONG THE CONGAREE RIVER AT COLUMBIA THE RIVER CRESTED AT
15.0 FEET ON THE 21ST. FLOOD STAGE AT COLUMBIA IS 19.0 FEET.
HOWEVER...NUISANCE FLOODING BEGINS AT 10.0 FEET WHICH IS ADVISORY
STAGE. PORTIONS OF THE CAYCE AND WEST COLUMBIA RIVERWALK FLOODED
FROM THE 20TH THROUGH THE 23RD. ALONG THE CONGAREE RIVER AT CAROLINA
EASTMAN THE RIVER CRESTED AT 120.2 FEET...IN THE MODERATE FLOODING
CATEGORY ON THE 22ND. FLOOD STAGE AT CAROLINA EASTMAN IS 115.0 FEET.
THE FLOODING ALONG THE CONGAREE RIVER BACKED UP INTO THE CONGAREE
NATIONAL PARK AND CEDAR CREEK PRODUCING FLOODING OF THE LOWER
BOARDWALK WITHIN THE PARK. CEDAR CREEK ROSE TO 10.3 FEET ON THE
22ND. ALONG THE SHORES OF LAKE WATEREE...MINOR FLOODING OCCURRED
FROM THE 21ST THROUGH THE 25TH AS THE LAKE LEVEL CRESTED AT 100.6
FEET ON THE 22ND. FULL POOL FOR LAKE WATEREE IS 100.0 FEET. THIS
PRODUCED SOME MINOR FLOODING OF YARDS AND DOCKS...ESPECIALLY ALONG
WILDLIFE ROAD. THIS ALSO BEGINS TO FLOOD CLEAR VIEW MARINA AND THE
PIERS ON SINGLETON CREEK BECOME SUBMERGED.


YEAR TO DATE MONTHLY TEMPERATURE AND PRECIPITATION STATISTICS...

COLUMBIA SC METROPOLITAN AIRPORT 2014/2015 MONTHLY AVERAGE
TEMPERATURES AND DEPARTURES FROM NORMAL...

          AVG HIGH/DEP   AVG LOW/DEP   AVG TEMP   NORM  DEPARTURE
JAN 2014  52.4/-3.6      28.1/-5.6      40.3      44.8    -4.5
FEB       60.3/ 0.0      37.4/+0.6      48.9      48.5    +0.4
MAR       65.2/-3.0      39.1/-3.9      52.2      55.6    -3.4
APR       78.3/+2.0      52.8/+2.4      65.6      63.4    +2.2
MAY       86.4/+2.6      62.2/+2.7      74.3      71.7    +2.6
JUN       92.4/+2.4      71.6/+3.4      82.0      79.1    +2.9
JUL       92.7/ 0.0      73.4/+1.8      83.0      82.2    +0.8
AUG       92.2/+1.5      71.7/+0.7      82.0      80.8    +1.2
SEP       84.9/-0.3      68.4/+4.2      76.7      74.7    +2.0
OCT       79.9/+3.8      53.6/+1.5      66.8      64.1    +2.7
NOV       63.1/-4.2      38.0/-4.3      50.5      54.8    -4.3
DEC       61.0/+2.8      39.1/+3.8      50.0      46.7    +3.3
ANNUAL    74.2/-1.3      51.3/-1.1      62.7      63.9    -1.2

JAN 2015  55.7/-0.3      33.7/ 0.0      44.7      44.8    -0.1
FEB       54.1/-6.2      32.1/-4.7      43.1      48.5    -5.4
MAR       70.3/+2.1      46.9/+3.9      58.6      55.6    +3.0
APR       77.8/+1.5      50.4/+5.7      67.0      63.4    +3.6


AUGUSTA GA BUSH FIELD 2014/2015 MONTHLY AVERAGE TEMPERATURES AND
DEPARTURES FROM NORMAL...

          AVG HIGH/DEP   AVG LOW/DEP   AVG TEMP   NORM  DEPARTURE
JAN 2014  52.7/-5.2      26.3/-6.5     39.5       45.4    -5.9
FEB       61.9/-2.5      34.9/ 0.0     48.4       49.1    -0.7
MAR       66.1/-3.8      37.6/-4.4     51.9       55.9    -4.0
APR       77.3/ 0.0      49.1/+1.0     63.2       62.7    +0.5
MAY       85.3/+0.3      58.0/+0.7     71.6       71.7    +0.5
JUN       90.7/-0.3      67.2/+1.0     78.9       78.6    +0.3
JUL       92.2/-1.2      68.4/-1.4     80.3       81.6    -1.3
AUG       91.7/-0.1      67.6/-1.7     79.7       80.5    -0.8
SEP       84.9/-1.8      66.6/+4.0     75.7       74.6    +1.1
OCT       81.4/+3.7      49.3/-1.7     65.3       64.4    +0.9
NOV       64.2/-4.9      34.2/-7.2     49.2       55.2    -6.0
DEC       62.3/+2.3      37.4/+2.9     49.8       47.2    +2.6
ANNUAL    74.5/-2.4      48.1/-2.9     61.3       63.9    -2.6

JAN 2015  55.8/-2.1      32.1/-0.7     44.0       45.4    -1.4
FEB       55.4/-6.9      30.1/-5.8     42.8       49.1    -6.3
MAR       71.3/+1.4      45.3/+3.3     58.3       55.9    +2.4
APR       77.8/+0.5      54.9/+6.8     66.3       62.7    +3.6


COLUMBIA SC METROPOLITAN AIRPORT 2014/2015 MONTHLY PRECIPITATION...

               TOTAL   NORMAL   DEPARTURE
              (INCHES)
JAN 2014       3.40     3.58    -0.18
FEB            2.92     3.61    -0.69
MAR            3.93     3.73    +0.20
APR            2.99     2.62    +0.37
MAY            5.72     2.97    +2.75
JUN            1.41     4.69    -3.28
JUL            2.83     5.46    -2.63
AUG            4.88     5.26    -0.38
SEP            2.81     3.54    -0.73
OCT            3.05     3.17    -0.12
NOV            4.37     2.74    +1.63
DEC            3.90     3.22    +0.68
ANNUAL        40.80    44.59    -3.79

JAN 2015       2.60     3.58    -0.98
FEB            4.76     3.61    +1.15
MAR            2.78     3.73    -0.95
APR            4.03     2.62    +1.41


AUGUSTA GA BUSH FIELD 2014/2015 MONTHLY PRECIPITATION...

               TOTAL   NORMAL   DEPARTURE
              (INCHES)
JAN 2014       2.48     3.91     -1.43
FEB            3.73     3.92     -0.19
MAR            2.56     4.18     -1.62
APR            4.59     2.84     +1.75
MAY            5.50     2.65     +2.85
JUN            2.27     4.72     -2.45
JUL            5.53     4.33     +1.20
AUG            1.76     4.32     -2.56
SEP            2.26     3.22     -0.96
OCT            0.61     3.27     -2.66
NOV            3.19     2.82     +0.37
DEC            4.21     3.39     +0.82
ANNUAL        36.42    43.57     -7.15

JAN 2015       2.10     3.91     -1.81
FEB            4.70     3.92     +0.78
MAR            3.04     4.18     -1.14
APR            4.86     2.84     +2.02


THE OUTLOOK FOR MAY...

THE FORECAST CALLS FOR EQUAL CHANCES OF ABOVE...BELOW AND NORMAL
TEMPERATURES AND PRECIPITATION.

THE 3-MONTH OUTLOOK FOR SPRING (MAY/JUNE/JULY)...

THE FORECAST CALLS FOR EQUAL CHANCES OF ABOVE...BELOW AND NORMAL
TEMPERATURES THROUGH THE PERIOD. THERE IS A 33 TO 40 PERCENT CHANCE
OF ABOVE NORMAL PRECIPITATION THROUGH THE 3 MONTH PERIOD.

ENSO (EL NINO SOUTHERN OSCILLATION)...
...EL NINO ADVISORY CONTINUES...

EL NINO CONDITIONS ARE PRESENT ACROSS THE CENTRAL AND EASTERN
PACIFIC. THERE IS APPROXIMATELY 70 PERCENT CHANCE THAT EL NINO
CONDITIONS WILL CONTINUE THROUGH THE NORTHERN HEMISPHERE SUMMER AND
A GREATER THAN 60 PERCENT CHANCE THAT IT WILL LAST THROUGH AUTUMN.

DURING THE LAST FOUR WEEKS...AN INCREASE IN SEA SURFACE TEMPERATURE
ANOMALIES HAVE OCCURRED ACROSS THE EQUATORIAL PACIFIC.

DUE TO THE WEAK STRENGTH OF THE EL NINO...WIDESPREAD OR SIGNIFICANT
GLOBAL WEATHER PATTERN IMPACTS ARE NOT ANTICIPATED.
HOWEVER...CERTAIN IMPACTS OFTEN ASSOCIATED WITH EL NINO MAY APPEAR
THIS SPRING AND EARLY SUMMER IN PARTS OF THE NORTHERN HEMISPHERE.
THIS WOULD INCLUDE WETTER THAN NORMAL CONDITIONS ALONG THE U.S. GULF
COAST AND SOUTHEAST. CLIMATE OUTLOOKS AND ENSO DISCUSSIONS COURTESY
NOAA CLIMATE PREDICTION CENTER...WWW.CPC.NOAA.GOV.

NOTE...
MUCH APPRECIATION GOES OUT TO OUR NWS COOPERATIVE WEATHER
OBSERVERS...COCORAHS (COMMUNITY...COLLABORATIVE...RAIN...HAIL AND
SNOW NETWORK) OBSERVERS...SOUTH CAROLINA STATE CLIMATE
OFFICE...SOUTHEAST REGIONAL CLIMATE CENTER...RICHLAND COUNTY AND
LOCAL WEATHER PARTNERS FOR THE DATA THEY PROVIDE THROUGHOUT THE
YEAR. THEIR HARD WORK AND DEDICATION IS GREATLY APPRECIATED.

TEMPERATURE RECORDS FOR COLUMBIA GO BACK TO 1887 AND FOR AUGUSTA
BACK TO 1873. PRECIPITATION RECORDS FOR COLUMBIA GO BACK TO 1878 AND
FOR AUGUSTA BACK TO 1871.

ADDITIONAL CLIMATE INFORMATION...INCLUDING CURRENT AND ARCHIVED
DAILY AND MONTHLY SUMMARIES...CAN BE FOUND ON THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE COLUMBIA SC HOME PAGE AT
HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/CAE .

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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE COLUMBIA SC
414 AM EDT TUE MAY 5 2015

...APRIL 2015 CLIMATE SUMMARY...

...SEVERE WEATHER ON THE 19TH PRODUCED 5 TORNADOES...
...TEMPERATURES ABOVE NORMAL FOR THE MONTH...
...RAINFALL ABOVE NORMAL FOR THE MONTH...
...TIED FOR THE 9TH WARMEST APRIL ON RECORD AT COLUMBIA...
...RIVER FLOODING ON THE AREA RIVERS DURING THE MONTH...


APRIL CONTINUED THE ABOVE NORMAL WARMTH OF SPRING THAT BEGAN IN
MARCH ACROSS THE MIDLANDS AND EAST CENTRAL GEORGIA. ALTHOUGH
TEMPERATURES AND PRECIPITATION WERE BOTH ABOVE NORMAL FOR THE
MONTH...THE MAIN WEATHER STORY WAS THE SEVERE WEATHER EVENT THAT
OCCURRED ON THE AFTERNOON AND EVENING OF THE 19TH. A FEW SUPERCELL
STORMS DEVELOPED WITHIN A BAND OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS. THE
SUPERCELLS PRODUCED 5 TORNADOES ACROSS THE CSRA AND MIDLANDS. THE
ABOVE NORMAL RAINFALL FOR THE MONTH PRODUCED FLOODING ALONG THE
CONGAREE RIVER...GREAT PEE DEE RIVER AND AROUND THE SHORELINE OF
LAKE WATEREE.

PRECIPITATION WAS ABOVE NORMAL FOR THE MONTH RANGING FROM 3 TO 6
INCHES. THESE AMOUNTS RANGED FROM 110 PERCENT UP TO 200 PERCENT OF
NORMAL FOR THE MONTH.

THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE AT AUGUSTA REGIONAL BUSH FIELD WAS 66.3
DEGREES OR 3.6 DEGREES ABOVE THE NORMAL OF 62.7 DEGREES. THE AVERAGE
TEMPERATURE AT COLUMBIA METRO AIRPORT WAS 67.0 DEGREES OR 3.6
DEGREES ABOVE THE NORMAL OF 63.4 DEGREES. THIS TIED THE 9TH WARMEST
APRIL ON RECORD AT COLUMBIA. OTHER YEARS THAT RECORDED 67.0 DEGREES
FOR THE MONTHLY AVERAGE TEMPERATURE WERE:  1955...1991...2006 AND
2012.


HERE ARE SOME OF THE HIGHEST COCORAHS RAINFALL REPORTS FOR APRIL:
...COMMUNITY COLLABORATIVE RAIN HAIL AND SNOW
NETWORK......WWW.COCORAHS.ORG

SC-ED-13 TRENTON 6.5 SSW................7.69 INCHES
SC-NW-5  PROSPERITY 4.4 ESE.............6.80 INCHES
SC-ED-2  TRENTON 6.3 SSW................6.50 INCHES
SC-AK-44 AIKEN 9.8 NNE..................6.37 INCHES
SC-NW-8  PROSPERITY 2.8 SE..............6.28 INCHES

GA-CU-3  EVANS 2.1 NNW..................5.96 INCHES
GA-CU-7  GROVETOWN 3.4 NE...............4.97 INCHES
GA-RC-5  HEPHZIBAH 5.0 NE...............4.73 INCHES


HERE ARE SOME OF THE HIGHEST NWS COOP OBSERVER REPORTS FOR APRIL

BATS1 BATESBURG...................6.88 INCHES
LIMS1 LITTLE MOUNTAIN.............6.15 INCHES
CHDS1 CLARKS HILL.................5.82 INCHES
AIKS1 AIKEN 2 E...................5.68 INCHES
NWYS1 NEWBERRY WKDK...............5.66 INCHES


HIGHEST WIND GUSTS AT EACH ASOS LOCATION DURING THE MONTH:

AUGUSTA BUSH FIELD (AGS)..........39 MPH ON THE 19TH
AUGUSTA DANIEL FIELD (DNL)........39 MPH ON THE 19TH
COLUMBIA METRO AIRPORT (CAE)......38 MPH ON THE 19TH
ORANGEBURG COUNTY AIRPORT (OGB)...32 MPH ON THE 19TH
COLUMBIA HAMILTON OWENS FLD (CUB).31 MPH ON THE 22ND


HIGHEST WIND GUSTS AT EACH LAKE OBSERVING SITE DURING THE MONTH:

LAKE MURRAY FLOTILLA ISLAND (LMFS1).....44 MPH ON THE 19TH
LAKE MURRAY DAM (RCWINDS)...............35 MPH ON THE 23RD
LAKE WATEREE DAM (WATS1)................33 MPH ON THE 22ND
LAKE MURRAY TOWERS (USGS1)..............33 MPH ON THE 4TH
CLARKS HILL LAKE THURMOND DAM (CHDS1)...29 MPH ON THE 22ND


WATER TEMPERATURE AT THE LAKE MURRAY TOWERS (DEPTH APPROX. 6 FEET):
WARMEST...69.0 DEGREES ON THE 28TH AND 30TH
COOLEST...56.5 DEGREES ON THE 2ND


RECORDS TIED OR BROKEN DURING THE MONTH AT APRIL:

AUGUSTA...
ON THE 9TH...TIED THE RECORD HIGH OF 91 DEGREES SET IN 2011.

COLUMBIA...
ON THE 8TH...TIED THE HIGHEST MINIMUM TEMPERATURE OF 65 DEGREES SET
IN 1948.

ON THE 9TH...THE HIGH TEMPERATURE WAS 92 DEGREES. THIS BROKE THE
RECORD HIGH OF 90 DEGREES SET IN 1893...1965 AND 2011.

ON THE 10TH...TIED THE HIGHEST MINIMUM TEMPERATURE OF 67 DEGREES SET
IN 1999.

ON THE 14TH...TIED THE HIGHEST MINIMUM TEMPERATURE OF 68 DEGREES SET
IN 1922.



EVENTS FOR APRIL 2015:

ON THE 7TH...A LINE OF SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS MOVED ACROSS THE
MIDLANDS PRODUCING LARGE HAIL AND DAMAGING WINDS. GOLF BALL SIZE
HAIL WAS REPORTED IN BLYTHEWOOD. A TREE FELL ON A HOME AND VEHICLE
IN LEXINGTON COUNTY. LIGHTNING STRUCK A BARN IN WHITMIRE AND BURNED
IT TO THE GROUND.


ON THE 7TH AND 8TH...LOCALIZED HEAVY RAINFALL ALONG WITH RESERVOIR
RELEASES PRODUCED MINOR FLOODING ALONG THE CONGAREE RIVER AT
CAROLINA EASTMAN. THE RIVER CRESTED AT 115.2 FEET ON THE 10TH. FLOOD
STAGE IS 115.0 FEET.


ON THE 10TH...ISOLATED SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS DEVELOPED OVER EDGEFIELD
AND AIKEN COUNTIES. THE STORMS PRODUCED QUARTER SIZE HAIL.


ON THE 19TH...A QUASI-LINEAR CONVECTIVE SYSTEM...A LINE OF
THUNDERSTORMS CAPABLE OF PRODUCING DAMAGING WINDS AND
TORNADOES...MOVED ACROSS THE CSRA AND MIDLANDS DURING THE AFTERNOON
AND EVENING HOURS. THESE TYPES OF LINES ARE COMMON DURING THE SPRING
AND SUMMER MONTHS. SUPERCELL THUNDERSTORMS THAT DEVELOPED WITHIN THE
BAND PRODUCED 5 TORNADOES ACROSS THE REGION. THE LINE ALSO PRODUCED
NUMEROUS REPORTS OF STRAIGHT LINE WIND DAMAGE THAT DOWNED TREES AND
POWERLINES ACROSS THE AREA.

HERE IS A LIST OF THE TORNADOES AND SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE:

AN EF-2 TORNADO MOVED ACROSS BURKE COUNTY GEORGIA. THE PATH LENGTH
WAS JUST OVER 4 1/2 MILES AND THE WIDTH WAS 200 YARDS. THE TORNADO
DOWNED NUMEROUS TREES...DAMAGING HOMES...VEHICLES AND OTHER
STRUCTURES ON DONE ROVEN ROAD.

AN EF-2 TORNADO MOVED ACROSS AIKEN COUNTY. THE PATH LENGTH WAS JUST
OVER 19 MILES WITH A WIDTH OF 660 YARDS. THE TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN
NEAR GLENWOOD DRIVE AND CONTINUED ACROSS SOUTH AND SOUTHEAST AIKEN
EVENTUALLY REACHING I-20. THE TORNADO DOWNED NUMEROUS
TREES...DAMAGED MANY HOMES AND VEHICLES ALONG WITH SOME STRUCTURES.

AN EF-1 TORNADO MOVED ACROSS LEXINGTON...ESPECIALLY LAKE MURRAY. THE
TORNADO DOWNED NUMEROUS TREES AND DAMAGED SEVERAL HOMES ON THE SOUTH
SIDE OF THE LAKE. THE TORNADO CONTINUED ACROSS THE LAKE AND TOUCHED
DOWN ON SHADOWOOD ROAD. IT THEN DOWNED A FEW TREES...SOME ON A
HOME... AND LIFTED A PONTOON BOAT FROM THE WATER AND DROPPED IT ON
ITS SIDE ON A DOCK.

AN EF-1 A BRIEF...BUT STRONG EF-1...TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN IN CALHOUN
COUNTY. THE LENGTH WAS JUST OVER ONE QUARTER MILE WITH A WIDTH OF
200 YARDS. THE TORNADO DESTROYED A MOBILE HOME ON OTT SISTERS ROAD
AND INJURING 2 PEOPLE. THE TORNADO ALSO DOWNED NUMEROUS TREES. A
COUPLE OF THESE TREES FELL AND DAMAGED A MOBILE HOME CAUSING MAJOR
DAMAGE TO THE BATHROOM AREA OF THE HOME. IT ALSO DID SOME MINOR
DAMAGE TO AN INDUSTRIAL FACILITY.

AN EF-0 TORNADO MOVED ACROSS EDGEFIELD COUNTY. THE PATH WAS JUST
UNDER 3 MILES LONG WITH A PATH WIDTH OF 50 YARDS. THE TORNADO
INTERMITTENTLY TOUCHED DOWN IN WOODED AREAS FROM TWO MILE ROAD TO
NEAR BLAND BAPTIST CHURCH ROAD. ONE TREE FELL ON A HOME CAUSING
MINOR DAMAGE.

A SIGNIFICANT AREA OF STRAIGHT LINE WIND DAMAGE OCCURRED IN CALHOUN
COUNTY JUST BEFORE THE TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN. WIND SPEEDS AROUND 75
MPH PRODUCED DAMAGE TO A HOME OFF OF BULL SWAMP ROAD. THE STRONG
WINDS DAMAGED THE ROOF OF THE HOME AND BLEW OUT A WALL ON THE
NORTHEAST SIDE OF THE HOUSE.


ON THE 20TH THROUGH THE 25TH...RAINFALL OVER SEVERAL DAYS ACROSS THE
UPSTATE AND MIDLANDS PRODUCED SIGNIFICANT RISES ON THE AREA RIVERS.
FLOODING OCCURRED ALONG THE CONGAREE RIVER AND ALONG THE SHORELINE
OF LAKE WATEREE. THE GREAT PEE DEE RIVER AT CHERAW CRESTED JUST
BELOW FLOOD STAGE AT 29.8 FEET ON THE 22ND. FLOOD STAGE AT CHERAW IS
30.0 FEET. ALONG THE CONGAREE RIVER AT COLUMBIA THE RIVER CRESTED AT
15.0 FEET ON THE 21ST. FLOOD STAGE AT COLUMBIA IS 19.0 FEET.
HOWEVER...NUISANCE FLOODING BEGINS AT 10.0 FEET WHICH IS ADVISORY
STAGE. PORTIONS OF THE CAYCE AND WEST COLUMBIA RIVERWALK FLOODED
FROM THE 20TH THROUGH THE 23RD. ALONG THE CONGAREE RIVER AT CAROLINA
EASTMAN THE RIVER CRESTED AT 120.2 FEET...IN THE MODERATE FLOODING
CATEGORY ON THE 22ND. FLOOD STAGE AT CAROLINA EASTMAN IS 115.0 FEET.
THE FLOODING ALONG THE CONGAREE RIVER BACKED UP INTO THE CONGAREE
NATIONAL PARK AND CEDAR CREEK PRODUCING FLOODING OF THE LOWER
BOARDWALK WITHIN THE PARK. CEDAR CREEK ROSE TO 10.3 FEET ON THE
22ND. ALONG THE SHORES OF LAKE WATEREE...MINOR FLOODING OCCURRED
FROM THE 21ST THROUGH THE 25TH AS THE LAKE LEVEL CRESTED AT 100.6
FEET ON THE 22ND. FULL POOL FOR LAKE WATEREE IS 100.0 FEET. THIS
PRODUCED SOME MINOR FLOODING OF YARDS AND DOCKS...ESPECIALLY ALONG
WILDLIFE ROAD. THIS ALSO BEGINS TO FLOOD CLEAR VIEW MARINA AND THE
PIERS ON SINGLETON CREEK BECOME SUBMERGED.


YEAR TO DATE MONTHLY TEMPERATURE AND PRECIPITATION STATISTICS...

COLUMBIA SC METROPOLITAN AIRPORT 2014/2015 MONTHLY AVERAGE
TEMPERATURES AND DEPARTURES FROM NORMAL...

          AVG HIGH/DEP   AVG LOW/DEP   AVG TEMP   NORM  DEPARTURE
JAN 2014  52.4/-3.6      28.1/-5.6      40.3      44.8    -4.5
FEB       60.3/ 0.0      37.4/+0.6      48.9      48.5    +0.4
MAR       65.2/-3.0      39.1/-3.9      52.2      55.6    -3.4
APR       78.3/+2.0      52.8/+2.4      65.6      63.4    +2.2
MAY       86.4/+2.6      62.2/+2.7      74.3      71.7    +2.6
JUN       92.4/+2.4      71.6/+3.4      82.0      79.1    +2.9
JUL       92.7/ 0.0      73.4/+1.8      83.0      82.2    +0.8
AUG       92.2/+1.5      71.7/+0.7      82.0      80.8    +1.2
SEP       84.9/-0.3      68.4/+4.2      76.7      74.7    +2.0
OCT       79.9/+3.8      53.6/+1.5      66.8      64.1    +2.7
NOV       63.1/-4.2      38.0/-4.3      50.5      54.8    -4.3
DEC       61.0/+2.8      39.1/+3.8      50.0      46.7    +3.3
ANNUAL    74.2/-1.3      51.3/-1.1      62.7      63.9    -1.2

JAN 2015  55.7/-0.3      33.7/ 0.0      44.7      44.8    -0.1
FEB       54.1/-6.2      32.1/-4.7      43.1      48.5    -5.4
MAR       70.3/+2.1      46.9/+3.9      58.6      55.6    +3.0
APR       77.8/+1.5      50.4/+5.7      67.0      63.4    +3.6


AUGUSTA GA BUSH FIELD 2014/2015 MONTHLY AVERAGE TEMPERATURES AND
DEPARTURES FROM NORMAL...

          AVG HIGH/DEP   AVG LOW/DEP   AVG TEMP   NORM  DEPARTURE
JAN 2014  52.7/-5.2      26.3/-6.5     39.5       45.4    -5.9
FEB       61.9/-2.5      34.9/ 0.0     48.4       49.1    -0.7
MAR       66.1/-3.8      37.6/-4.4     51.9       55.9    -4.0
APR       77.3/ 0.0      49.1/+1.0     63.2       62.7    +0.5
MAY       85.3/+0.3      58.0/+0.7     71.6       71.7    +0.5
JUN       90.7/-0.3      67.2/+1.0     78.9       78.6    +0.3
JUL       92.2/-1.2      68.4/-1.4     80.3       81.6    -1.3
AUG       91.7/-0.1      67.6/-1.7     79.7       80.5    -0.8
SEP       84.9/-1.8      66.6/+4.0     75.7       74.6    +1.1
OCT       81.4/+3.7      49.3/-1.7     65.3       64.4    +0.9
NOV       64.2/-4.9      34.2/-7.2     49.2       55.2    -6.0
DEC       62.3/+2.3      37.4/+2.9     49.8       47.2    +2.6
ANNUAL    74.5/-2.4      48.1/-2.9     61.3       63.9    -2.6

JAN 2015  55.8/-2.1      32.1/-0.7     44.0       45.4    -1.4
FEB       55.4/-6.9      30.1/-5.8     42.8       49.1    -6.3
MAR       71.3/+1.4      45.3/+3.3     58.3       55.9    +2.4
APR       77.8/+0.5      54.9/+6.8     66.3       62.7    +3.6


COLUMBIA SC METROPOLITAN AIRPORT 2014/2015 MONTHLY PRECIPITATION...

               TOTAL   NORMAL   DEPARTURE
              (INCHES)
JAN 2014       3.40     3.58    -0.18
FEB            2.92     3.61    -0.69
MAR            3.93     3.73    +0.20
APR            2.99     2.62    +0.37
MAY            5.72     2.97    +2.75
JUN            1.41     4.69    -3.28
JUL            2.83     5.46    -2.63
AUG            4.88     5.26    -0.38
SEP            2.81     3.54    -0.73
OCT            3.05     3.17    -0.12
NOV            4.37     2.74    +1.63
DEC            3.90     3.22    +0.68
ANNUAL        40.80    44.59    -3.79

JAN 2015       2.60     3.58    -0.98
FEB            4.76     3.61    +1.15
MAR            2.78     3.73    -0.95
APR            4.03     2.62    +1.41


AUGUSTA GA BUSH FIELD 2014/2015 MONTHLY PRECIPITATION...

               TOTAL   NORMAL   DEPARTURE
              (INCHES)
JAN 2014       2.48     3.91     -1.43
FEB            3.73     3.92     -0.19
MAR            2.56     4.18     -1.62
APR            4.59     2.84     +1.75
MAY            5.50     2.65     +2.85
JUN            2.27     4.72     -2.45
JUL            5.53     4.33     +1.20
AUG            1.76     4.32     -2.56
SEP            2.26     3.22     -0.96
OCT            0.61     3.27     -2.66
NOV            3.19     2.82     +0.37
DEC            4.21     3.39     +0.82
ANNUAL        36.42    43.57     -7.15

JAN 2015       2.10     3.91     -1.81
FEB            4.70     3.92     +0.78
MAR            3.04     4.18     -1.14
APR            4.86     2.84     +2.02


THE OUTLOOK FOR MAY...

THE FORECAST CALLS FOR EQUAL CHANCES OF ABOVE...BELOW AND NORMAL
TEMPERATURES AND PRECIPITATION.

THE 3-MONTH OUTLOOK FOR SPRING (MAY/JUNE/JULY)...

THE FORECAST CALLS FOR EQUAL CHANCES OF ABOVE...BELOW AND NORMAL
TEMPERATURES THROUGH THE PERIOD. THERE IS A 33 TO 40 PERCENT CHANCE
OF ABOVE NORMAL PRECIPITATION THROUGH THE 3 MONTH PERIOD.

ENSO (EL NINO SOUTHERN OSCILLATION)...
...EL NINO ADVISORY CONTINUES...

EL NINO CONDITIONS ARE PRESENT ACROSS THE CENTRAL AND EASTERN
PACIFIC. THERE IS APPROXIMATELY 70 PERCENT CHANCE THAT EL NINO
CONDITIONS WILL CONTINUE THROUGH THE NORTHERN HEMISPHERE SUMMER AND
A GREATER THAN 60 PERCENT CHANCE THAT IT WILL LAST THROUGH AUTUMN.

DURING THE LAST FOUR WEEKS...AN INCREASE IN SEA SURFACE TEMPERATURE
ANOMALIES HAVE OCCURRED ACROSS THE EQUATORIAL PACIFIC.

DUE TO THE WEAK STRENGTH OF THE EL NINO...WIDESPREAD OR SIGNIFICANT
GLOBAL WEATHER PATTERN IMPACTS ARE NOT ANTICIPATED.
HOWEVER...CERTAIN IMPACTS OFTEN ASSOCIATED WITH EL NINO MAY APPEAR
THIS SPRING AND EARLY SUMMER IN PARTS OF THE NORTHERN HEMISPHERE.
THIS WOULD INCLUDE WETTER THAN NORMAL CONDITIONS ALONG THE U.S. GULF
COAST AND SOUTHEAST. CLIMATE OUTLOOKS AND ENSO DISCUSSIONS COURTESY
NOAA CLIMATE PREDICTION CENTER...WWW.CPC.NOAA.GOV.

NOTE...
MUCH APPRECIATION GOES OUT TO OUR NWS COOPERATIVE WEATHER
OBSERVERS...COCORAHS (COMMUNITY...COLLABORATIVE...RAIN...HAIL AND
SNOW NETWORK) OBSERVERS...SOUTH CAROLINA STATE CLIMATE
OFFICE...SOUTHEAST REGIONAL CLIMATE CENTER...RICHLAND COUNTY AND
LOCAL WEATHER PARTNERS FOR THE DATA THEY PROVIDE THROUGHOUT THE
YEAR. THEIR HARD WORK AND DEDICATION IS GREATLY APPRECIATED.

TEMPERATURE RECORDS FOR COLUMBIA GO BACK TO 1887 AND FOR AUGUSTA
BACK TO 1873. PRECIPITATION RECORDS FOR COLUMBIA GO BACK TO 1878 AND
FOR AUGUSTA BACK TO 1871.

ADDITIONAL CLIMATE INFORMATION...INCLUDING CURRENT AND ARCHIVED
DAILY AND MONTHLY SUMMARIES...CAN BE FOUND ON THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE COLUMBIA SC HOME PAGE AT
HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/CAE .

$$

VAUGHAN































000
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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE COLUMBIA SC
414 AM EDT TUE MAY 5 2015

...APRIL 2015 CLIMATE SUMMARY...

...SEVERE WEATHER ON THE 19TH PRODUCED 5 TORNADOES...
...TEMPERATURES ABOVE NORMAL FOR THE MONTH...
...RAINFALL ABOVE NORMAL FOR THE MONTH...
...TIED FOR THE 9TH WARMEST APRIL ON RECORD AT COLUMBIA...
...RIVER FLOODING ON THE AREA RIVERS DURING THE MONTH...


APRIL CONTINUED THE ABOVE NORMAL WARMTH OF SPRING THAT BEGAN IN
MARCH ACROSS THE MIDLANDS AND EAST CENTRAL GEORGIA. ALTHOUGH
TEMPERATURES AND PRECIPITATION WERE BOTH ABOVE NORMAL FOR THE
MONTH...THE MAIN WEATHER STORY WAS THE SEVERE WEATHER EVENT THAT
OCCURRED ON THE AFTERNOON AND EVENING OF THE 19TH. A FEW SUPERCELL
STORMS DEVELOPED WITHIN A BAND OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS. THE
SUPERCELLS PRODUCED 5 TORNADOES ACROSS THE CSRA AND MIDLANDS. THE
ABOVE NORMAL RAINFALL FOR THE MONTH PRODUCED FLOODING ALONG THE
CONGAREE RIVER...GREAT PEE DEE RIVER AND AROUND THE SHORELINE OF
LAKE WATEREE.

PRECIPITATION WAS ABOVE NORMAL FOR THE MONTH RANGING FROM 3 TO 6
INCHES. THESE AMOUNTS RANGED FROM 110 PERCENT UP TO 200 PERCENT OF
NORMAL FOR THE MONTH.

THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE AT AUGUSTA REGIONAL BUSH FIELD WAS 66.3
DEGREES OR 3.6 DEGREES ABOVE THE NORMAL OF 62.7 DEGREES. THE AVERAGE
TEMPERATURE AT COLUMBIA METRO AIRPORT WAS 67.0 DEGREES OR 3.6
DEGREES ABOVE THE NORMAL OF 63.4 DEGREES. THIS TIED THE 9TH WARMEST
APRIL ON RECORD AT COLUMBIA. OTHER YEARS THAT RECORDED 67.0 DEGREES
FOR THE MONTHLY AVERAGE TEMPERATURE WERE:  1955...1991...2006 AND
2012.


HERE ARE SOME OF THE HIGHEST COCORAHS RAINFALL REPORTS FOR APRIL:
...COMMUNITY COLLABORATIVE RAIN HAIL AND SNOW
NETWORK......WWW.COCORAHS.ORG

SC-ED-13 TRENTON 6.5 SSW................7.69 INCHES
SC-NW-5  PROSPERITY 4.4 ESE.............6.80 INCHES
SC-ED-2  TRENTON 6.3 SSW................6.50 INCHES
SC-AK-44 AIKEN 9.8 NNE..................6.37 INCHES
SC-NW-8  PROSPERITY 2.8 SE..............6.28 INCHES

GA-CU-3  EVANS 2.1 NNW..................5.96 INCHES
GA-CU-7  GROVETOWN 3.4 NE...............4.97 INCHES
GA-RC-5  HEPHZIBAH 5.0 NE...............4.73 INCHES


HERE ARE SOME OF THE HIGHEST NWS COOP OBSERVER REPORTS FOR APRIL

BATS1 BATESBURG...................6.88 INCHES
LIMS1 LITTLE MOUNTAIN.............6.15 INCHES
CHDS1 CLARKS HILL.................5.82 INCHES
AIKS1 AIKEN 2 E...................5.68 INCHES
NWYS1 NEWBERRY WKDK...............5.66 INCHES


HIGHEST WIND GUSTS AT EACH ASOS LOCATION DURING THE MONTH:

AUGUSTA BUSH FIELD (AGS)..........39 MPH ON THE 19TH
AUGUSTA DANIEL FIELD (DNL)........39 MPH ON THE 19TH
COLUMBIA METRO AIRPORT (CAE)......38 MPH ON THE 19TH
ORANGEBURG COUNTY AIRPORT (OGB)...32 MPH ON THE 19TH
COLUMBIA HAMILTON OWENS FLD (CUB).31 MPH ON THE 22ND


HIGHEST WIND GUSTS AT EACH LAKE OBSERVING SITE DURING THE MONTH:

LAKE MURRAY FLOTILLA ISLAND (LMFS1).....44 MPH ON THE 19TH
LAKE MURRAY DAM (RCWINDS)...............35 MPH ON THE 23RD
LAKE WATEREE DAM (WATS1)................33 MPH ON THE 22ND
LAKE MURRAY TOWERS (USGS1)..............33 MPH ON THE 4TH
CLARKS HILL LAKE THURMOND DAM (CHDS1)...29 MPH ON THE 22ND


WATER TEMPERATURE AT THE LAKE MURRAY TOWERS (DEPTH APPROX. 6 FEET):
WARMEST...69.0 DEGREES ON THE 28TH AND 30TH
COOLEST...56.5 DEGREES ON THE 2ND


RECORDS TIED OR BROKEN DURING THE MONTH AT APRIL:

AUGUSTA...
ON THE 9TH...TIED THE RECORD HIGH OF 91 DEGREES SET IN 2011.

COLUMBIA...
ON THE 8TH...TIED THE HIGHEST MINIMUM TEMPERATURE OF 65 DEGREES SET
IN 1948.

ON THE 9TH...THE HIGH TEMPERATURE WAS 92 DEGREES. THIS BROKE THE
RECORD HIGH OF 90 DEGREES SET IN 1893...1965 AND 2011.

ON THE 10TH...TIED THE HIGHEST MINIMUM TEMPERATURE OF 67 DEGREES SET
IN 1999.

ON THE 14TH...TIED THE HIGHEST MINIMUM TEMPERATURE OF 68 DEGREES SET
IN 1922.



EVENTS FOR APRIL 2015:

ON THE 7TH...A LINE OF SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS MOVED ACROSS THE
MIDLANDS PRODUCING LARGE HAIL AND DAMAGING WINDS. GOLF BALL SIZE
HAIL WAS REPORTED IN BLYTHEWOOD. A TREE FELL ON A HOME AND VEHICLE
IN LEXINGTON COUNTY. LIGHTNING STRUCK A BARN IN WHITMIRE AND BURNED
IT TO THE GROUND.


ON THE 7TH AND 8TH...LOCALIZED HEAVY RAINFALL ALONG WITH RESERVOIR
RELEASES PRODUCED MINOR FLOODING ALONG THE CONGAREE RIVER AT
CAROLINA EASTMAN. THE RIVER CRESTED AT 115.2 FEET ON THE 10TH. FLOOD
STAGE IS 115.0 FEET.


ON THE 10TH...ISOLATED SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS DEVELOPED OVER EDGEFIELD
AND AIKEN COUNTIES. THE STORMS PRODUCED QUARTER SIZE HAIL.


ON THE 19TH...A QUASI-LINEAR CONVECTIVE SYSTEM...A LINE OF
THUNDERSTORMS CAPABLE OF PRODUCING DAMAGING WINDS AND
TORNADOES...MOVED ACROSS THE CSRA AND MIDLANDS DURING THE AFTERNOON
AND EVENING HOURS. THESE TYPES OF LINES ARE COMMON DURING THE SPRING
AND SUMMER MONTHS. SUPERCELL THUNDERSTORMS THAT DEVELOPED WITHIN THE
BAND PRODUCED 5 TORNADOES ACROSS THE REGION. THE LINE ALSO PRODUCED
NUMEROUS REPORTS OF STRAIGHT LINE WIND DAMAGE THAT DOWNED TREES AND
POWERLINES ACROSS THE AREA.

HERE IS A LIST OF THE TORNADOES AND SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE:

AN EF-2 TORNADO MOVED ACROSS BURKE COUNTY GEORGIA. THE PATH LENGTH
WAS JUST OVER 4 1/2 MILES AND THE WIDTH WAS 200 YARDS. THE TORNADO
DOWNED NUMEROUS TREES...DAMAGING HOMES...VEHICLES AND OTHER
STRUCTURES ON DONE ROVEN ROAD.

AN EF-2 TORNADO MOVED ACROSS AIKEN COUNTY. THE PATH LENGTH WAS JUST
OVER 19 MILES WITH A WIDTH OF 660 YARDS. THE TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN
NEAR GLENWOOD DRIVE AND CONTINUED ACROSS SOUTH AND SOUTHEAST AIKEN
EVENTUALLY REACHING I-20. THE TORNADO DOWNED NUMEROUS
TREES...DAMAGED MANY HOMES AND VEHICLES ALONG WITH SOME STRUCTURES.

AN EF-1 TORNADO MOVED ACROSS LEXINGTON...ESPECIALLY LAKE MURRAY. THE
TORNADO DOWNED NUMEROUS TREES AND DAMAGED SEVERAL HOMES ON THE SOUTH
SIDE OF THE LAKE. THE TORNADO CONTINUED ACROSS THE LAKE AND TOUCHED
DOWN ON SHADOWOOD ROAD. IT THEN DOWNED A FEW TREES...SOME ON A
HOME... AND LIFTED A PONTOON BOAT FROM THE WATER AND DROPPED IT ON
ITS SIDE ON A DOCK.

AN EF-1 A BRIEF...BUT STRONG EF-1...TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN IN CALHOUN
COUNTY. THE LENGTH WAS JUST OVER ONE QUARTER MILE WITH A WIDTH OF
200 YARDS. THE TORNADO DESTROYED A MOBILE HOME ON OTT SISTERS ROAD
AND INJURING 2 PEOPLE. THE TORNADO ALSO DOWNED NUMEROUS TREES. A
COUPLE OF THESE TREES FELL AND DAMAGED A MOBILE HOME CAUSING MAJOR
DAMAGE TO THE BATHROOM AREA OF THE HOME. IT ALSO DID SOME MINOR
DAMAGE TO AN INDUSTRIAL FACILITY.

AN EF-0 TORNADO MOVED ACROSS EDGEFIELD COUNTY. THE PATH WAS JUST
UNDER 3 MILES LONG WITH A PATH WIDTH OF 50 YARDS. THE TORNADO
INTERMITTENTLY TOUCHED DOWN IN WOODED AREAS FROM TWO MILE ROAD TO
NEAR BLAND BAPTIST CHURCH ROAD. ONE TREE FELL ON A HOME CAUSING
MINOR DAMAGE.

A SIGNIFICANT AREA OF STRAIGHT LINE WIND DAMAGE OCCURRED IN CALHOUN
COUNTY JUST BEFORE THE TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN. WIND SPEEDS AROUND 75
MPH PRODUCED DAMAGE TO A HOME OFF OF BULL SWAMP ROAD. THE STRONG
WINDS DAMAGED THE ROOF OF THE HOME AND BLEW OUT A WALL ON THE
NORTHEAST SIDE OF THE HOUSE.


ON THE 20TH THROUGH THE 25TH...RAINFALL OVER SEVERAL DAYS ACROSS THE
UPSTATE AND MIDLANDS PRODUCED SIGNIFICANT RISES ON THE AREA RIVERS.
FLOODING OCCURRED ALONG THE CONGAREE RIVER AND ALONG THE SHORELINE
OF LAKE WATEREE. THE GREAT PEE DEE RIVER AT CHERAW CRESTED JUST
BELOW FLOOD STAGE AT 29.8 FEET ON THE 22ND. FLOOD STAGE AT CHERAW IS
30.0 FEET. ALONG THE CONGAREE RIVER AT COLUMBIA THE RIVER CRESTED AT
15.0 FEET ON THE 21ST. FLOOD STAGE AT COLUMBIA IS 19.0 FEET.
HOWEVER...NUISANCE FLOODING BEGINS AT 10.0 FEET WHICH IS ADVISORY
STAGE. PORTIONS OF THE CAYCE AND WEST COLUMBIA RIVERWALK FLOODED
FROM THE 20TH THROUGH THE 23RD. ALONG THE CONGAREE RIVER AT CAROLINA
EASTMAN THE RIVER CRESTED AT 120.2 FEET...IN THE MODERATE FLOODING
CATEGORY ON THE 22ND. FLOOD STAGE AT CAROLINA EASTMAN IS 115.0 FEET.
THE FLOODING ALONG THE CONGAREE RIVER BACKED UP INTO THE CONGAREE
NATIONAL PARK AND CEDAR CREEK PRODUCING FLOODING OF THE LOWER
BOARDWALK WITHIN THE PARK. CEDAR CREEK ROSE TO 10.3 FEET ON THE
22ND. ALONG THE SHORES OF LAKE WATEREE...MINOR FLOODING OCCURRED
FROM THE 21ST THROUGH THE 25TH AS THE LAKE LEVEL CRESTED AT 100.6
FEET ON THE 22ND. FULL POOL FOR LAKE WATEREE IS 100.0 FEET. THIS
PRODUCED SOME MINOR FLOODING OF YARDS AND DOCKS...ESPECIALLY ALONG
WILDLIFE ROAD. THIS ALSO BEGINS TO FLOOD CLEAR VIEW MARINA AND THE
PIERS ON SINGLETON CREEK BECOME SUBMERGED.


YEAR TO DATE MONTHLY TEMPERATURE AND PRECIPITATION STATISTICS...

COLUMBIA SC METROPOLITAN AIRPORT 2014/2015 MONTHLY AVERAGE
TEMPERATURES AND DEPARTURES FROM NORMAL...

          AVG HIGH/DEP   AVG LOW/DEP   AVG TEMP   NORM  DEPARTURE
JAN 2014  52.4/-3.6      28.1/-5.6      40.3      44.8    -4.5
FEB       60.3/ 0.0      37.4/+0.6      48.9      48.5    +0.4
MAR       65.2/-3.0      39.1/-3.9      52.2      55.6    -3.4
APR       78.3/+2.0      52.8/+2.4      65.6      63.4    +2.2
MAY       86.4/+2.6      62.2/+2.7      74.3      71.7    +2.6
JUN       92.4/+2.4      71.6/+3.4      82.0      79.1    +2.9
JUL       92.7/ 0.0      73.4/+1.8      83.0      82.2    +0.8
AUG       92.2/+1.5      71.7/+0.7      82.0      80.8    +1.2
SEP       84.9/-0.3      68.4/+4.2      76.7      74.7    +2.0
OCT       79.9/+3.8      53.6/+1.5      66.8      64.1    +2.7
NOV       63.1/-4.2      38.0/-4.3      50.5      54.8    -4.3
DEC       61.0/+2.8      39.1/+3.8      50.0      46.7    +3.3
ANNUAL    74.2/-1.3      51.3/-1.1      62.7      63.9    -1.2

JAN 2015  55.7/-0.3      33.7/ 0.0      44.7      44.8    -0.1
FEB       54.1/-6.2      32.1/-4.7      43.1      48.5    -5.4
MAR       70.3/+2.1      46.9/+3.9      58.6      55.6    +3.0
APR       77.8/+1.5      50.4/+5.7      67.0      63.4    +3.6


AUGUSTA GA BUSH FIELD 2014/2015 MONTHLY AVERAGE TEMPERATURES AND
DEPARTURES FROM NORMAL...

          AVG HIGH/DEP   AVG LOW/DEP   AVG TEMP   NORM  DEPARTURE
JAN 2014  52.7/-5.2      26.3/-6.5     39.5       45.4    -5.9
FEB       61.9/-2.5      34.9/ 0.0     48.4       49.1    -0.7
MAR       66.1/-3.8      37.6/-4.4     51.9       55.9    -4.0
APR       77.3/ 0.0      49.1/+1.0     63.2       62.7    +0.5
MAY       85.3/+0.3      58.0/+0.7     71.6       71.7    +0.5
JUN       90.7/-0.3      67.2/+1.0     78.9       78.6    +0.3
JUL       92.2/-1.2      68.4/-1.4     80.3       81.6    -1.3
AUG       91.7/-0.1      67.6/-1.7     79.7       80.5    -0.8
SEP       84.9/-1.8      66.6/+4.0     75.7       74.6    +1.1
OCT       81.4/+3.7      49.3/-1.7     65.3       64.4    +0.9
NOV       64.2/-4.9      34.2/-7.2     49.2       55.2    -6.0
DEC       62.3/+2.3      37.4/+2.9     49.8       47.2    +2.6
ANNUAL    74.5/-2.4      48.1/-2.9     61.3       63.9    -2.6

JAN 2015  55.8/-2.1      32.1/-0.7     44.0       45.4    -1.4
FEB       55.4/-6.9      30.1/-5.8     42.8       49.1    -6.3
MAR       71.3/+1.4      45.3/+3.3     58.3       55.9    +2.4
APR       77.8/+0.5      54.9/+6.8     66.3       62.7    +3.6


COLUMBIA SC METROPOLITAN AIRPORT 2014/2015 MONTHLY PRECIPITATION...

               TOTAL   NORMAL   DEPARTURE
              (INCHES)
JAN 2014       3.40     3.58    -0.18
FEB            2.92     3.61    -0.69
MAR            3.93     3.73    +0.20
APR            2.99     2.62    +0.37
MAY            5.72     2.97    +2.75
JUN            1.41     4.69    -3.28
JUL            2.83     5.46    -2.63
AUG            4.88     5.26    -0.38
SEP            2.81     3.54    -0.73
OCT            3.05     3.17    -0.12
NOV            4.37     2.74    +1.63
DEC            3.90     3.22    +0.68
ANNUAL        40.80    44.59    -3.79

JAN 2015       2.60     3.58    -0.98
FEB            4.76     3.61    +1.15
MAR            2.78     3.73    -0.95
APR            4.03     2.62    +1.41


AUGUSTA GA BUSH FIELD 2014/2015 MONTHLY PRECIPITATION...

               TOTAL   NORMAL   DEPARTURE
              (INCHES)
JAN 2014       2.48     3.91     -1.43
FEB            3.73     3.92     -0.19
MAR            2.56     4.18     -1.62
APR            4.59     2.84     +1.75
MAY            5.50     2.65     +2.85
JUN            2.27     4.72     -2.45
JUL            5.53     4.33     +1.20
AUG            1.76     4.32     -2.56
SEP            2.26     3.22     -0.96
OCT            0.61     3.27     -2.66
NOV            3.19     2.82     +0.37
DEC            4.21     3.39     +0.82
ANNUAL        36.42    43.57     -7.15

JAN 2015       2.10     3.91     -1.81
FEB            4.70     3.92     +0.78
MAR            3.04     4.18     -1.14
APR            4.86     2.84     +2.02


THE OUTLOOK FOR MAY...

THE FORECAST CALLS FOR EQUAL CHANCES OF ABOVE...BELOW AND NORMAL
TEMPERATURES AND PRECIPITATION.

THE 3-MONTH OUTLOOK FOR SPRING (MAY/JUNE/JULY)...

THE FORECAST CALLS FOR EQUAL CHANCES OF ABOVE...BELOW AND NORMAL
TEMPERATURES THROUGH THE PERIOD. THERE IS A 33 TO 40 PERCENT CHANCE
OF ABOVE NORMAL PRECIPITATION THROUGH THE 3 MONTH PERIOD.

ENSO (EL NINO SOUTHERN OSCILLATION)...
...EL NINO ADVISORY CONTINUES...

EL NINO CONDITIONS ARE PRESENT ACROSS THE CENTRAL AND EASTERN
PACIFIC. THERE IS APPROXIMATELY 70 PERCENT CHANCE THAT EL NINO
CONDITIONS WILL CONTINUE THROUGH THE NORTHERN HEMISPHERE SUMMER AND
A GREATER THAN 60 PERCENT CHANCE THAT IT WILL LAST THROUGH AUTUMN.

DURING THE LAST FOUR WEEKS...AN INCREASE IN SEA SURFACE TEMPERATURE
ANOMALIES HAVE OCCURRED ACROSS THE EQUATORIAL PACIFIC.

DUE TO THE WEAK STRENGTH OF THE EL NINO...WIDESPREAD OR SIGNIFICANT
GLOBAL WEATHER PATTERN IMPACTS ARE NOT ANTICIPATED.
HOWEVER...CERTAIN IMPACTS OFTEN ASSOCIATED WITH EL NINO MAY APPEAR
THIS SPRING AND EARLY SUMMER IN PARTS OF THE NORTHERN HEMISPHERE.
THIS WOULD INCLUDE WETTER THAN NORMAL CONDITIONS ALONG THE U.S. GULF
COAST AND SOUTHEAST. CLIMATE OUTLOOKS AND ENSO DISCUSSIONS COURTESY
NOAA CLIMATE PREDICTION CENTER...WWW.CPC.NOAA.GOV.

NOTE...
MUCH APPRECIATION GOES OUT TO OUR NWS COOPERATIVE WEATHER
OBSERVERS...COCORAHS (COMMUNITY...COLLABORATIVE...RAIN...HAIL AND
SNOW NETWORK) OBSERVERS...SOUTH CAROLINA STATE CLIMATE
OFFICE...SOUTHEAST REGIONAL CLIMATE CENTER...RICHLAND COUNTY AND
LOCAL WEATHER PARTNERS FOR THE DATA THEY PROVIDE THROUGHOUT THE
YEAR. THEIR HARD WORK AND DEDICATION IS GREATLY APPRECIATED.

TEMPERATURE RECORDS FOR COLUMBIA GO BACK TO 1887 AND FOR AUGUSTA
BACK TO 1873. PRECIPITATION RECORDS FOR COLUMBIA GO BACK TO 1878 AND
FOR AUGUSTA BACK TO 1871.

ADDITIONAL CLIMATE INFORMATION...INCLUDING CURRENT AND ARCHIVED
DAILY AND MONTHLY SUMMARIES...CAN BE FOUND ON THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE COLUMBIA SC HOME PAGE AT
HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/CAE .

$$

VAUGHAN































000
NOUS42 KCAE 050814
PNSCAE

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE COLUMBIA SC
414 AM EDT TUE MAY 5 2015

...APRIL 2015 CLIMATE SUMMARY...

...SEVERE WEATHER ON THE 19TH PRODUCED 5 TORNADOES...
...TEMPERATURES ABOVE NORMAL FOR THE MONTH...
...RAINFALL ABOVE NORMAL FOR THE MONTH...
...TIED FOR THE 9TH WARMEST APRIL ON RECORD AT COLUMBIA...
...RIVER FLOODING ON THE AREA RIVERS DURING THE MONTH...


APRIL CONTINUED THE ABOVE NORMAL WARMTH OF SPRING THAT BEGAN IN
MARCH ACROSS THE MIDLANDS AND EAST CENTRAL GEORGIA. ALTHOUGH
TEMPERATURES AND PRECIPITATION WERE BOTH ABOVE NORMAL FOR THE
MONTH...THE MAIN WEATHER STORY WAS THE SEVERE WEATHER EVENT THAT
OCCURRED ON THE AFTERNOON AND EVENING OF THE 19TH. A FEW SUPERCELL
STORMS DEVELOPED WITHIN A BAND OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS. THE
SUPERCELLS PRODUCED 5 TORNADOES ACROSS THE CSRA AND MIDLANDS. THE
ABOVE NORMAL RAINFALL FOR THE MONTH PRODUCED FLOODING ALONG THE
CONGAREE RIVER...GREAT PEE DEE RIVER AND AROUND THE SHORELINE OF
LAKE WATEREE.

PRECIPITATION WAS ABOVE NORMAL FOR THE MONTH RANGING FROM 3 TO 6
INCHES. THESE AMOUNTS RANGED FROM 110 PERCENT UP TO 200 PERCENT OF
NORMAL FOR THE MONTH.

THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE AT AUGUSTA REGIONAL BUSH FIELD WAS 66.3
DEGREES OR 3.6 DEGREES ABOVE THE NORMAL OF 62.7 DEGREES. THE AVERAGE
TEMPERATURE AT COLUMBIA METRO AIRPORT WAS 67.0 DEGREES OR 3.6
DEGREES ABOVE THE NORMAL OF 63.4 DEGREES. THIS TIED THE 9TH WARMEST
APRIL ON RECORD AT COLUMBIA. OTHER YEARS THAT RECORDED 67.0 DEGREES
FOR THE MONTHLY AVERAGE TEMPERATURE WERE:  1955...1991...2006 AND
2012.


HERE ARE SOME OF THE HIGHEST COCORAHS RAINFALL REPORTS FOR APRIL:
...COMMUNITY COLLABORATIVE RAIN HAIL AND SNOW
NETWORK......WWW.COCORAHS.ORG

SC-ED-13 TRENTON 6.5 SSW................7.69 INCHES
SC-NW-5  PROSPERITY 4.4 ESE.............6.80 INCHES
SC-ED-2  TRENTON 6.3 SSW................6.50 INCHES
SC-AK-44 AIKEN 9.8 NNE..................6.37 INCHES
SC-NW-8  PROSPERITY 2.8 SE..............6.28 INCHES

GA-CU-3  EVANS 2.1 NNW..................5.96 INCHES
GA-CU-7  GROVETOWN 3.4 NE...............4.97 INCHES
GA-RC-5  HEPHZIBAH 5.0 NE...............4.73 INCHES


HERE ARE SOME OF THE HIGHEST NWS COOP OBSERVER REPORTS FOR APRIL

BATS1 BATESBURG...................6.88 INCHES
LIMS1 LITTLE MOUNTAIN.............6.15 INCHES
CHDS1 CLARKS HILL.................5.82 INCHES
AIKS1 AIKEN 2 E...................5.68 INCHES
NWYS1 NEWBERRY WKDK...............5.66 INCHES


HIGHEST WIND GUSTS AT EACH ASOS LOCATION DURING THE MONTH:

AUGUSTA BUSH FIELD (AGS)..........39 MPH ON THE 19TH
AUGUSTA DANIEL FIELD (DNL)........39 MPH ON THE 19TH
COLUMBIA METRO AIRPORT (CAE)......38 MPH ON THE 19TH
ORANGEBURG COUNTY AIRPORT (OGB)...32 MPH ON THE 19TH
COLUMBIA HAMILTON OWENS FLD (CUB).31 MPH ON THE 22ND


HIGHEST WIND GUSTS AT EACH LAKE OBSERVING SITE DURING THE MONTH:

LAKE MURRAY FLOTILLA ISLAND (LMFS1).....44 MPH ON THE 19TH
LAKE MURRAY DAM (RCWINDS)...............35 MPH ON THE 23RD
LAKE WATEREE DAM (WATS1)................33 MPH ON THE 22ND
LAKE MURRAY TOWERS (USGS1)..............33 MPH ON THE 4TH
CLARKS HILL LAKE THURMOND DAM (CHDS1)...29 MPH ON THE 22ND


WATER TEMPERATURE AT THE LAKE MURRAY TOWERS (DEPTH APPROX. 6 FEET):
WARMEST...69.0 DEGREES ON THE 28TH AND 30TH
COOLEST...56.5 DEGREES ON THE 2ND


RECORDS TIED OR BROKEN DURING THE MONTH AT APRIL:

AUGUSTA...
ON THE 9TH...TIED THE RECORD HIGH OF 91 DEGREES SET IN 2011.

COLUMBIA...
ON THE 8TH...TIED THE HIGHEST MINIMUM TEMPERATURE OF 65 DEGREES SET
IN 1948.

ON THE 9TH...THE HIGH TEMPERATURE WAS 92 DEGREES. THIS BROKE THE
RECORD HIGH OF 90 DEGREES SET IN 1893...1965 AND 2011.

ON THE 10TH...TIED THE HIGHEST MINIMUM TEMPERATURE OF 67 DEGREES SET
IN 1999.

ON THE 14TH...TIED THE HIGHEST MINIMUM TEMPERATURE OF 68 DEGREES SET
IN 1922.



EVENTS FOR APRIL 2015:

ON THE 7TH...A LINE OF SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS MOVED ACROSS THE
MIDLANDS PRODUCING LARGE HAIL AND DAMAGING WINDS. GOLF BALL SIZE
HAIL WAS REPORTED IN BLYTHEWOOD. A TREE FELL ON A HOME AND VEHICLE
IN LEXINGTON COUNTY. LIGHTNING STRUCK A BARN IN WHITMIRE AND BURNED
IT TO THE GROUND.


ON THE 7TH AND 8TH...LOCALIZED HEAVY RAINFALL ALONG WITH RESERVOIR
RELEASES PRODUCED MINOR FLOODING ALONG THE CONGAREE RIVER AT
CAROLINA EASTMAN. THE RIVER CRESTED AT 115.2 FEET ON THE 10TH. FLOOD
STAGE IS 115.0 FEET.


ON THE 10TH...ISOLATED SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS DEVELOPED OVER EDGEFIELD
AND AIKEN COUNTIES. THE STORMS PRODUCED QUARTER SIZE HAIL.


ON THE 19TH...A QUASI-LINEAR CONVECTIVE SYSTEM...A LINE OF
THUNDERSTORMS CAPABLE OF PRODUCING DAMAGING WINDS AND
TORNADOES...MOVED ACROSS THE CSRA AND MIDLANDS DURING THE AFTERNOON
AND EVENING HOURS. THESE TYPES OF LINES ARE COMMON DURING THE SPRING
AND SUMMER MONTHS. SUPERCELL THUNDERSTORMS THAT DEVELOPED WITHIN THE
BAND PRODUCED 5 TORNADOES ACROSS THE REGION. THE LINE ALSO PRODUCED
NUMEROUS REPORTS OF STRAIGHT LINE WIND DAMAGE THAT DOWNED TREES AND
POWERLINES ACROSS THE AREA.

HERE IS A LIST OF THE TORNADOES AND SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE:

AN EF-2 TORNADO MOVED ACROSS BURKE COUNTY GEORGIA. THE PATH LENGTH
WAS JUST OVER 4 1/2 MILES AND THE WIDTH WAS 200 YARDS. THE TORNADO
DOWNED NUMEROUS TREES...DAMAGING HOMES...VEHICLES AND OTHER
STRUCTURES ON DONE ROVEN ROAD.

AN EF-2 TORNADO MOVED ACROSS AIKEN COUNTY. THE PATH LENGTH WAS JUST
OVER 19 MILES WITH A WIDTH OF 660 YARDS. THE TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN
NEAR GLENWOOD DRIVE AND CONTINUED ACROSS SOUTH AND SOUTHEAST AIKEN
EVENTUALLY REACHING I-20. THE TORNADO DOWNED NUMEROUS
TREES...DAMAGED MANY HOMES AND VEHICLES ALONG WITH SOME STRUCTURES.

AN EF-1 TORNADO MOVED ACROSS LEXINGTON...ESPECIALLY LAKE MURRAY. THE
TORNADO DOWNED NUMEROUS TREES AND DAMAGED SEVERAL HOMES ON THE SOUTH
SIDE OF THE LAKE. THE TORNADO CONTINUED ACROSS THE LAKE AND TOUCHED
DOWN ON SHADOWOOD ROAD. IT THEN DOWNED A FEW TREES...SOME ON A
HOME... AND LIFTED A PONTOON BOAT FROM THE WATER AND DROPPED IT ON
ITS SIDE ON A DOCK.

AN EF-1 A BRIEF...BUT STRONG EF-1...TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN IN CALHOUN
COUNTY. THE LENGTH WAS JUST OVER ONE QUARTER MILE WITH A WIDTH OF
200 YARDS. THE TORNADO DESTROYED A MOBILE HOME ON OTT SISTERS ROAD
AND INJURING 2 PEOPLE. THE TORNADO ALSO DOWNED NUMEROUS TREES. A
COUPLE OF THESE TREES FELL AND DAMAGED A MOBILE HOME CAUSING MAJOR
DAMAGE TO THE BATHROOM AREA OF THE HOME. IT ALSO DID SOME MINOR
DAMAGE TO AN INDUSTRIAL FACILITY.

AN EF-0 TORNADO MOVED ACROSS EDGEFIELD COUNTY. THE PATH WAS JUST
UNDER 3 MILES LONG WITH A PATH WIDTH OF 50 YARDS. THE TORNADO
INTERMITTENTLY TOUCHED DOWN IN WOODED AREAS FROM TWO MILE ROAD TO
NEAR BLAND BAPTIST CHURCH ROAD. ONE TREE FELL ON A HOME CAUSING
MINOR DAMAGE.

A SIGNIFICANT AREA OF STRAIGHT LINE WIND DAMAGE OCCURRED IN CALHOUN
COUNTY JUST BEFORE THE TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN. WIND SPEEDS AROUND 75
MPH PRODUCED DAMAGE TO A HOME OFF OF BULL SWAMP ROAD. THE STRONG
WINDS DAMAGED THE ROOF OF THE HOME AND BLEW OUT A WALL ON THE
NORTHEAST SIDE OF THE HOUSE.


ON THE 20TH THROUGH THE 25TH...RAINFALL OVER SEVERAL DAYS ACROSS THE
UPSTATE AND MIDLANDS PRODUCED SIGNIFICANT RISES ON THE AREA RIVERS.
FLOODING OCCURRED ALONG THE CONGAREE RIVER AND ALONG THE SHORELINE
OF LAKE WATEREE. THE GREAT PEE DEE RIVER AT CHERAW CRESTED JUST
BELOW FLOOD STAGE AT 29.8 FEET ON THE 22ND. FLOOD STAGE AT CHERAW IS
30.0 FEET. ALONG THE CONGAREE RIVER AT COLUMBIA THE RIVER CRESTED AT
15.0 FEET ON THE 21ST. FLOOD STAGE AT COLUMBIA IS 19.0 FEET.
HOWEVER...NUISANCE FLOODING BEGINS AT 10.0 FEET WHICH IS ADVISORY
STAGE. PORTIONS OF THE CAYCE AND WEST COLUMBIA RIVERWALK FLOODED
FROM THE 20TH THROUGH THE 23RD. ALONG THE CONGAREE RIVER AT CAROLINA
EASTMAN THE RIVER CRESTED AT 120.2 FEET...IN THE MODERATE FLOODING
CATEGORY ON THE 22ND. FLOOD STAGE AT CAROLINA EASTMAN IS 115.0 FEET.
THE FLOODING ALONG THE CONGAREE RIVER BACKED UP INTO THE CONGAREE
NATIONAL PARK AND CEDAR CREEK PRODUCING FLOODING OF THE LOWER
BOARDWALK WITHIN THE PARK. CEDAR CREEK ROSE TO 10.3 FEET ON THE
22ND. ALONG THE SHORES OF LAKE WATEREE...MINOR FLOODING OCCURRED
FROM THE 21ST THROUGH THE 25TH AS THE LAKE LEVEL CRESTED AT 100.6
FEET ON THE 22ND. FULL POOL FOR LAKE WATEREE IS 100.0 FEET. THIS
PRODUCED SOME MINOR FLOODING OF YARDS AND DOCKS...ESPECIALLY ALONG
WILDLIFE ROAD. THIS ALSO BEGINS TO FLOOD CLEAR VIEW MARINA AND THE
PIERS ON SINGLETON CREEK BECOME SUBMERGED.


YEAR TO DATE MONTHLY TEMPERATURE AND PRECIPITATION STATISTICS...

COLUMBIA SC METROPOLITAN AIRPORT 2014/2015 MONTHLY AVERAGE
TEMPERATURES AND DEPARTURES FROM NORMAL...

          AVG HIGH/DEP   AVG LOW/DEP   AVG TEMP   NORM  DEPARTURE
JAN 2014  52.4/-3.6      28.1/-5.6      40.3      44.8    -4.5
FEB       60.3/ 0.0      37.4/+0.6      48.9      48.5    +0.4
MAR       65.2/-3.0      39.1/-3.9      52.2      55.6    -3.4
APR       78.3/+2.0      52.8/+2.4      65.6      63.4    +2.2
MAY       86.4/+2.6      62.2/+2.7      74.3      71.7    +2.6
JUN       92.4/+2.4      71.6/+3.4      82.0      79.1    +2.9
JUL       92.7/ 0.0      73.4/+1.8      83.0      82.2    +0.8
AUG       92.2/+1.5      71.7/+0.7      82.0      80.8    +1.2
SEP       84.9/-0.3      68.4/+4.2      76.7      74.7    +2.0
OCT       79.9/+3.8      53.6/+1.5      66.8      64.1    +2.7
NOV       63.1/-4.2      38.0/-4.3      50.5      54.8    -4.3
DEC       61.0/+2.8      39.1/+3.8      50.0      46.7    +3.3
ANNUAL    74.2/-1.3      51.3/-1.1      62.7      63.9    -1.2

JAN 2015  55.7/-0.3      33.7/ 0.0      44.7      44.8    -0.1
FEB       54.1/-6.2      32.1/-4.7      43.1      48.5    -5.4
MAR       70.3/+2.1      46.9/+3.9      58.6      55.6    +3.0
APR       77.8/+1.5      50.4/+5.7      67.0      63.4    +3.6


AUGUSTA GA BUSH FIELD 2014/2015 MONTHLY AVERAGE TEMPERATURES AND
DEPARTURES FROM NORMAL...

          AVG HIGH/DEP   AVG LOW/DEP   AVG TEMP   NORM  DEPARTURE
JAN 2014  52.7/-5.2      26.3/-6.5     39.5       45.4    -5.9
FEB       61.9/-2.5      34.9/ 0.0     48.4       49.1    -0.7
MAR       66.1/-3.8      37.6/-4.4     51.9       55.9    -4.0
APR       77.3/ 0.0      49.1/+1.0     63.2       62.7    +0.5
MAY       85.3/+0.3      58.0/+0.7     71.6       71.7    +0.5
JUN       90.7/-0.3      67.2/+1.0     78.9       78.6    +0.3
JUL       92.2/-1.2      68.4/-1.4     80.3       81.6    -1.3
AUG       91.7/-0.1      67.6/-1.7     79.7       80.5    -0.8
SEP       84.9/-1.8      66.6/+4.0     75.7       74.6    +1.1
OCT       81.4/+3.7      49.3/-1.7     65.3       64.4    +0.9
NOV       64.2/-4.9      34.2/-7.2     49.2       55.2    -6.0
DEC       62.3/+2.3      37.4/+2.9     49.8       47.2    +2.6
ANNUAL    74.5/-2.4      48.1/-2.9     61.3       63.9    -2.6

JAN 2015  55.8/-2.1      32.1/-0.7     44.0       45.4    -1.4
FEB       55.4/-6.9      30.1/-5.8     42.8       49.1    -6.3
MAR       71.3/+1.4      45.3/+3.3     58.3       55.9    +2.4
APR       77.8/+0.5      54.9/+6.8     66.3       62.7    +3.6


COLUMBIA SC METROPOLITAN AIRPORT 2014/2015 MONTHLY PRECIPITATION...

               TOTAL   NORMAL   DEPARTURE
              (INCHES)
JAN 2014       3.40     3.58    -0.18
FEB            2.92     3.61    -0.69
MAR            3.93     3.73    +0.20
APR            2.99     2.62    +0.37
MAY            5.72     2.97    +2.75
JUN            1.41     4.69    -3.28
JUL            2.83     5.46    -2.63
AUG            4.88     5.26    -0.38
SEP            2.81     3.54    -0.73
OCT            3.05     3.17    -0.12
NOV            4.37     2.74    +1.63
DEC            3.90     3.22    +0.68
ANNUAL        40.80    44.59    -3.79

JAN 2015       2.60     3.58    -0.98
FEB            4.76     3.61    +1.15
MAR            2.78     3.73    -0.95
APR            4.03     2.62    +1.41


AUGUSTA GA BUSH FIELD 2014/2015 MONTHLY PRECIPITATION...

               TOTAL   NORMAL   DEPARTURE
              (INCHES)
JAN 2014       2.48     3.91     -1.43
FEB            3.73     3.92     -0.19
MAR            2.56     4.18     -1.62
APR            4.59     2.84     +1.75
MAY            5.50     2.65     +2.85
JUN            2.27     4.72     -2.45
JUL            5.53     4.33     +1.20
AUG            1.76     4.32     -2.56
SEP            2.26     3.22     -0.96
OCT            0.61     3.27     -2.66
NOV            3.19     2.82     +0.37
DEC            4.21     3.39     +0.82
ANNUAL        36.42    43.57     -7.15

JAN 2015       2.10     3.91     -1.81
FEB            4.70     3.92     +0.78
MAR            3.04     4.18     -1.14
APR            4.86     2.84     +2.02


THE OUTLOOK FOR MAY...

THE FORECAST CALLS FOR EQUAL CHANCES OF ABOVE...BELOW AND NORMAL
TEMPERATURES AND PRECIPITATION.

THE 3-MONTH OUTLOOK FOR SPRING (MAY/JUNE/JULY)...

THE FORECAST CALLS FOR EQUAL CHANCES OF ABOVE...BELOW AND NORMAL
TEMPERATURES THROUGH THE PERIOD. THERE IS A 33 TO 40 PERCENT CHANCE
OF ABOVE NORMAL PRECIPITATION THROUGH THE 3 MONTH PERIOD.

ENSO (EL NINO SOUTHERN OSCILLATION)...
...EL NINO ADVISORY CONTINUES...

EL NINO CONDITIONS ARE PRESENT ACROSS THE CENTRAL AND EASTERN
PACIFIC. THERE IS APPROXIMATELY 70 PERCENT CHANCE THAT EL NINO
CONDITIONS WILL CONTINUE THROUGH THE NORTHERN HEMISPHERE SUMMER AND
A GREATER THAN 60 PERCENT CHANCE THAT IT WILL LAST THROUGH AUTUMN.

DURING THE LAST FOUR WEEKS...AN INCREASE IN SEA SURFACE TEMPERATURE
ANOMALIES HAVE OCCURRED ACROSS THE EQUATORIAL PACIFIC.

DUE TO THE WEAK STRENGTH OF THE EL NINO...WIDESPREAD OR SIGNIFICANT
GLOBAL WEATHER PATTERN IMPACTS ARE NOT ANTICIPATED.
HOWEVER...CERTAIN IMPACTS OFTEN ASSOCIATED WITH EL NINO MAY APPEAR
THIS SPRING AND EARLY SUMMER IN PARTS OF THE NORTHERN HEMISPHERE.
THIS WOULD INCLUDE WETTER THAN NORMAL CONDITIONS ALONG THE U.S. GULF
COAST AND SOUTHEAST. CLIMATE OUTLOOKS AND ENSO DISCUSSIONS COURTESY
NOAA CLIMATE PREDICTION CENTER...WWW.CPC.NOAA.GOV.

NOTE...
MUCH APPRECIATION GOES OUT TO OUR NWS COOPERATIVE WEATHER
OBSERVERS...COCORAHS (COMMUNITY...COLLABORATIVE...RAIN...HAIL AND
SNOW NETWORK) OBSERVERS...SOUTH CAROLINA STATE CLIMATE
OFFICE...SOUTHEAST REGIONAL CLIMATE CENTER...RICHLAND COUNTY AND
LOCAL WEATHER PARTNERS FOR THE DATA THEY PROVIDE THROUGHOUT THE
YEAR. THEIR HARD WORK AND DEDICATION IS GREATLY APPRECIATED.

TEMPERATURE RECORDS FOR COLUMBIA GO BACK TO 1887 AND FOR AUGUSTA
BACK TO 1873. PRECIPITATION RECORDS FOR COLUMBIA GO BACK TO 1878 AND
FOR AUGUSTA BACK TO 1871.

ADDITIONAL CLIMATE INFORMATION...INCLUDING CURRENT AND ARCHIVED
DAILY AND MONTHLY SUMMARIES...CAN BE FOUND ON THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE COLUMBIA SC HOME PAGE AT
HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/CAE .

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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PHOENIX AZ
900 PM MST MON MAY  4 2015

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

                                                      RAINFALL (IN)
LOCATION                                              1 HR     24 HR
10TH ST. WASH BASIN #1         PHOENIX                0.00      0.35
4TH OF JULY WASH               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
ACDC @ 14TH ST.                PHOENIX                0.00      0.28
ACDC @ 36TH ST.                PARADISE VALLEY        0.00      0.35
ACDC @ 43RD AVE.               PHOENIX                0.00      0.24
ACDC @ 67TH AVE.               GLENDALE               0.00      0.16
ACDC @ CAVE CREEK              PHOENIX                0.00      0.31
ADOBE DAM                      PHOENIX                0.00      0.20
AGUA FRIA @ GRAND AVE.         EL MIRAGE              0.00      0.24
AHWATUKEE                      PHOENIX                0.00      0.31
ANTELOPE CREEK                 YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.35
ARIZONA HUNT CLUB              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.04
ASHER HILLS                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.47
ASU SOUTH                      TEMPE                  0.00      0.98
AZTEC PARK                     SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.79
BARTLETT LAKE                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.39
BASELINE @ 547TH AVE.          MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.55
BELMONT MOUNTAINS              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
BERNEIL WASH                   PARADISE VALLEY        0.00      0.59
BLACK HILL                     YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.67
BLACK MOUNTAIN                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      1.34
BOX WASH                       MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.59
BUCKEYE @ 547TH AVE.           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
BUCKEYE @ 75TH AVE.            TOLLESON               0.00      0.24
BUCKEYE FRS #1                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.28
BUCKEYE FRS #2                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
BUCKEYE FRS #3                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
BUCKEYE RD. @ SR 85            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.20
BUCKS WELL                     YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.43
BULLARD @ INDIAN SCHOOL        GOODYEAR               0.00      0.20
BULLDOG CANYON                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
BURTON TANK                    YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.43
BUTLER PARK                    GLENDALE               0.00      0.20
CAMP CREEK                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.83
CAP @ 163RD AVE.               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
CAREFREE RANCH                 SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.63
CARRIAGE LANE PARK             MESA                   0.00      0.59
CASANDRO DAM                   WICKENBURG             0.00      0.43
CASANDRO WASH                  WICKENBURG             0.00      0.67
CASTLE HOT SPRINGS             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.28
CAVE BUTTES DAM                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
CAVE CR.@ SPUR CROSS           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      1.26
CAVE CREEK                     CAVE CREEK             0.00      0.83
CAVE CREEK @ CACTUS            PHOENIX                0.00      0.28
CAVE CREEK LANDFILL            PHOENIX                0.00      0.12
CENTENNIAL @ WENDEN            LA PAZ COUNTY          0.00      0.04
CENTENNIAL DIVIDE              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.75
CENTENNIAL LEVEE               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
CENTENNIAL NR AGUILA           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.75
CENTENNIAL RAILROAD            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
CENTENNIAL WASH                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.83
CESAR CHAVEZ PARK              PHOENIX                0.00      0.16
CHANDLER @ ALMA SCHOOL         CHANDLER               0.00      0.28
CHANDLER AIRPORT               CHANDLER               0.00      0.16
CIRCLE CITY                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.59
CITY OF GLENDALE               GLENDALE               0.00      0.20
CLINE CREEK                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.35
CLOUDBURST WASH                FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.91
COLTER @ EL MIRAGE             PHOENIX                0.00      0.28
COLUMBIA HILL                  YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.43
CONGRESS                       YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.35
CONSTELLATION ROAD             WICKENBURG             0.00      0.55
COOKS MESA                     YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.20
COPPER WASH                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.55
COYOTE WASH                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.31
CROWN KING                     YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.08
CRUFF WASH                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.75
DAGGS WASH                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.79
DEAD HORSE WASH                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.31
DEER VALLEY AIRPORT            PHOENIX                0.00      0.51
DELANEY WASH                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.55
DESERT HILLS WASH              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
DESERT MTN. SCHOOL             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
DREAMY DRAW DAM                PHOENIX                0.00      0.35
DURANGO COMPLEX                PHOENIX                0.00      0.43
DYSART @ BELL RD.              SURPRISE               0.00      0.20
DYSART DRAIN @ LAFB            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
EAGLE EYE RD. @ CAP            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
EAST FORK CC #1                PHOENIX                0.00      0.35
EAST FORK CC #3                PHOENIX                0.00      0.39
EAST FORK CC #4                PHOENIX                0.00      0.28
EFCC NR 7TH AVE.               PHOENIX                0.00      0.31
EL MIRAGE DRAIN                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.24
ELLIOT @ HAWES RD.             MESA                   0.00      0.12
EMF @ ARIZONA AVE.             PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.20
EMF @ BROADWAY                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.24
ESTRELLA FAN                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.35
FALCON FIELD                   MESA                   0.00      0.91
FIG SPRINGS                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.47
FITCH PARK                     MESA                   0.00      0.43
FLORENCE JUNCTION              PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.12
FLYING E TANK                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.91
FLYING E WASH                  WICKENBURG             0.00      0.63
FORD CANYON WASH               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.31
FOUNTAIN HILLS FD              FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      1.02
FOUR MILE WASH                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
FRAESFIELD MTN.                SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.79
FREESTONE BASIN                GILBERT                0.00      0.35
G&F WOOLSEY PEAK               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.43
GARFIAS MTN. RANCH             YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.16
GATEWAY C.COLLEGE              PHOENIX                0.00      0.35
GILA @ ESTRELLA PKWY.          GOODYEAR               0.00      0.08
GILA @ MARICOPA RD             GILA RIVER IC          0.00      0.55
GILA @ OLBERG                  GILA RIVER IC          0.00      0.24
GILA BEND LANDFILL             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
GILA BEND MOUNTAINS            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.35
GILA R. @ 116TH AVE.           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
GILLESPIE DAM                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.43
GLADDEN                        MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.94
GOLDEN EAGLE BLVD.             FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.71
GRAND @ 27TH AVE.              PHOENIX                0.00      0.43
GRAND @ PEORIA AVE.            PEORIA                 0.00      0.16
GRANITE REEF                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.75
GRANITE REEF WASH              SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.51
GRASS WASH @ US 60             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.83
GREENWAY @ 32ND AVE.           PHOENIX                0.00      0.20
GUADALUPE CHANNEL              MESA                   0.00      0.16
GUADALUPE FRS                  PHOENIX                0.00      0.35
HARQUAHALA FRS                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.75
HARQUAHALA MTN.                LA PAZ COUNTY          0.00      0.39
HARTMAN WASH                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.79
HASSAYAMPA LANDFILL            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.71
HASSY R. @ BOX CANYON          YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.24
HASSY R. @ I-10                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.31
HASSY R. @ US 60               WICKENBURG             0.00      0.59
HASSY R. @ WAGONER RD.         YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.12
HESPERUS DAM                   FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.94
HESPERUS WASH                  FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      1.10
HIGHLAND @ 68TH ST.            SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.59
HORSESHOE LAKE                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.79
HORSESHOE RANCH                YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.08
HORSETHIEF BASIN               YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.08
HUMBOLDT MOUNTAIN              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.47
I-10 @ 355TH AVE.              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.55
I-17 @ SR 169                  YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.04
IBW @ INDIAN BEND RD.          SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.94
IBW @ INDIAN SCHOOL            SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.43
IBW @ MCKELLIPS RD.            SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.67
IBW @ SHEA BLVD.               PHOENIX                0.00      0.35
IBW @ SWEETWATER               PHOENIX                0.00      0.43
IBW INTERCEPTOR                SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.94
JACKRABBIT WASH                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.35
JEFFERSON @ 4TH AVE.           PHOENIX                0.00      0.24
JOSHUA TREE                    YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.59
KLEINMAN PARK                  MESA                   0.00      0.35
LAKE MARGUARITE                SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.63
LAKE PLEASANT                  PEORIA                 0.00      0.16
LAKE PLEASANT NORTH            PEORIA                 0.00      0.20
LAVEEN BASIN                   PHOENIX                0.00      0.31
LOST DOG WASH                  SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.55
MAGMA FRS                      PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.28
MARICOPA MOUNTAINS             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.55
MARTINEZ CREEK                 YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.47
MARYLAND @ 27TH AVE.           PHOENIX                0.00      0.94
MARYVALE MUNI GOLF             PHOENIX                0.00      0.28
MCDOWELL @ HAWES               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
MCDOWELL @ MERIDIAN            PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.04
MCDOWELL MTN. PARK             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.51
MCDOWELL MTN. ROAD             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.59
MCMICKEN DAM                   SURPRISE               0.00      0.24
MCMICKEN DAM SOUTH             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
MCMICKEN FLOODWAY              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
MESA TOWER                     MESA                   0.00      0.47
MID-MARTINEZ CREEK             YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.24
MINNEHAHA                      YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.20
MISSOURI @ 16TH ST.            PHOENIX                0.00      0.31
MOBILE                         MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.47
MORRISTOWN                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.47
MOUNTAIN VIEW PARK             MESA                   0.00      0.55
MT. OATMAN                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.24
MT. ORD                        GILA COUNTY            0.00      0.39
MT. UNION WX                   YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.12
NARROWS DAMSITE                LA PAZ COUNTY          0.00      0.08
NEW RIVER @ BELL RD.           PEORIA                 0.00      0.16
NEW RIVER @ GLENDALE           GLENDALE               0.00      0.20
NEW RIVER DAM                  PEORIA                 0.00      0.12
NEW RIVER FIRE                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.75
NEW RIVER LANDFILL             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.24
NEW RIVER MESA                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.47
NORTH HEIGHTS DAM              FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.71
NW REGIONAL LANDFILL           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.39
O`BRIEN GULCH                  YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.04
OLD X-CUT @ MCDOWELL           PHOENIX                0.00      0.28
OSBORN @ 64TH ST.              SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.35
OUTLAW HILL                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      1.10
PAPAGO PARK                    PHOENIX                0.00      0.28
PARADISE VALLEY CC             PARADISE VALLEY        0.00      0.51
PARADISE VALLEY PARK           PHOENIX                0.00      0.35
PATTON ROAD                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.55
PECOS BASIN                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.39
PERRY PARK                     PHOENIX                0.00      0.28
PHOENIX BASIN #3               PHOENIX                0.00      0.47
PHOENIX BASIN #7               PHOENIX                0.00      0.35
PHOENIX WEST PARK              PHOENIX                0.00      0.28
PIMA @ JOMAX                   SCOTTSDALE             0.00      1.06
PIMA @ UNION HILLS             SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.79
PINNACLE PEAK VISTA            SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.83
POWDER HOUSE WASH              WICKENBURG             0.00      0.39
POWERLINE FLOODWAY             MESA                   0.00      0.08
POWERLINE FRS                  PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.04
PRICE DRAIN @ 202              MESA                   0.00      0.39
QUEEN CR @ RITTENHOUSE         MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
QUEEN CREEK LANDFILL           QUEEN CREEK            0.00      0.04
QUEEN CREEK RD.                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
RACKENSACK CANYON              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.98
RAINBOW WASH                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.24
RAWHIDE WASH                   SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.87
REATA PASS DAM                 SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.98
REATA PASS WASH                SCOTTSDALE             0.00      1.61
RITTER DAM                     YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.83
ROESER @ 2ND ST.               PHOENIX                0.00      0.31
SADDLEBACK FRS                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.47
SAGUARO LAKE                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
SALT R. @ 40TH ST.             PHOENIX                0.00      0.16
SALT R. @ PRIEST DR.           TEMPE                  0.00      0.39
SALT RIVER @ 67TH AVE.         PHOENIX                0.00      0.24
SALT RIVER LANDFILL            SALT RIVER IC          0.00      0.83
SAND TANK @ I-8                GILA BEND              0.00      0.04
SAND TANK WASH                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
SANTA CRUZ @ SR 84             PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.20
SANTA ROSA @ SR 84             PINAL COUNTY           0.04      0.67
SAUCEDA WASH                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
SEVEN SPRINGS                  YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.35
SEVEN SPRINGS WASH             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.91
SKUNK CR. NR NEW R.            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.35
SKUNK CREEK @ I-17             PHOENIX                0.00      0.12
SKUNK TANK WASH                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.24
SMITH PEAK                     LA PAZ COUNTY          0.00      0.43
SOLS TANK                      YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.83
SOLS TRIB @ US 93              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.51
SOLS WASH @ SR 71              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.59
SOLS WASH NR MATTHIE           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.55
SOUTH MOUNTAIN FAN             PHOENIX                0.00      0.08
SOUTH MOUNTAIN PARK            PHOENIX                0.00      0.12
SOUTH MTN.PARK HQ              PHOENIX                0.00      0.12
SPOOKHILL BROWN                MESA                   0.00      0.16
SPOOKHILL FRS                  MESA                   0.00      0.31
SPOOKHILL MCKELLIPS            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.28
STAGECOACH WASH                SCOTTSDALE             0.00      1.10
STANTON                        YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.16
STONERIDGE DAM                 FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.79
SUGARLOAF MOUNTAIN             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
SUN CITY WEST                  SUN CITY WEST          0.00      0.16
SUN VALLEY @ NORTHERN          BUCKEYE                0.00      0.59
SUNNYCOVE FRS                  WICKENBURG             0.00      0.47
SUNRIDGE CANYON DAM            FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.67
SUNSET FRS                     WICKENBURG             0.00      0.47
SUNSET POINT                   YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.04
SUNUP RANCH                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
THOMAS @ 16TH ST.              PHOENIX                0.00      0.24
THOMAS @ 48TH ST.              PHOENIX                0.00      0.47
THOMPSON PEAK                  SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.47
THUNDER MOUNTAIN               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
THUNDERBIRD ACADEMY            SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.43
TIGER WASH                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
TIGER WASH FAN                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
TOWERS MTN.                    YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.04
TUTHILL @ RAY RD.              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
TWIN PEAKS                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.71
UPPER CLINE CREEK              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.79
UPPER GRASS WASH               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.63
UPPER TIGER WASH               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.43
UPPER TRILBY WASH              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.47
UPPER WATERMAN WASH            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.63
USERY MTN. PARK                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
USERY PARK WS                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
VEKOL WASH                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.39
VINEYARD FRS                   PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.16
VULTURE MINE ROAD              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.71
WATERMAN @ RAINBOW             GOODYEAR               0.00      0.79
WATERMAN WASH                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.75
WEBB MOUNTAIN                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.71
WHITE TANK FRS 3               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.24
WHITE TANK FRS 4               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
WHITE TANK PEAK                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.28
WHITLOW RANCH DAM              PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.16
WICKENBURG AIRPORT             WICKENBURG             0.00      0.79
WILLIAMS FIELD ROAD            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
WINTERS WASH                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.47
WITTMANN                       MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.28
WOLVERINE PASS                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
WOOD TANK                      YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.59

THESE RAINFALL AMOUNTS ARE PRELIMINARY AND ARE NOT OFFICIAL.
AUTOMATED GAUGE DATA ARE FROM THE MARICOPA COUNTY FLOOD
CONTROL DISTRICT. STATIONS WITH NO RECORDED PRECIPITATION
ARE NOT SHOWN.


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NOUS45 KPSR 050413
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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PHOENIX AZ
900 PM MST MON MAY  4 2015

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

                                                      RAINFALL (IN)
LOCATION                                              1 HR     24 HR
10TH ST. WASH BASIN #1         PHOENIX                0.00      0.35
4TH OF JULY WASH               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
ACDC @ 14TH ST.                PHOENIX                0.00      0.28
ACDC @ 36TH ST.                PARADISE VALLEY        0.00      0.35
ACDC @ 43RD AVE.               PHOENIX                0.00      0.24
ACDC @ 67TH AVE.               GLENDALE               0.00      0.16
ACDC @ CAVE CREEK              PHOENIX                0.00      0.31
ADOBE DAM                      PHOENIX                0.00      0.20
AGUA FRIA @ GRAND AVE.         EL MIRAGE              0.00      0.24
AHWATUKEE                      PHOENIX                0.00      0.31
ANTELOPE CREEK                 YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.35
ARIZONA HUNT CLUB              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.04
ASHER HILLS                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.47
ASU SOUTH                      TEMPE                  0.00      0.98
AZTEC PARK                     SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.79
BARTLETT LAKE                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.39
BASELINE @ 547TH AVE.          MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.55
BELMONT MOUNTAINS              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
BERNEIL WASH                   PARADISE VALLEY        0.00      0.59
BLACK HILL                     YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.67
BLACK MOUNTAIN                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      1.34
BOX WASH                       MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.59
BUCKEYE @ 547TH AVE.           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
BUCKEYE @ 75TH AVE.            TOLLESON               0.00      0.24
BUCKEYE FRS #1                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.28
BUCKEYE FRS #2                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
BUCKEYE FRS #3                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
BUCKEYE RD. @ SR 85            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.20
BUCKS WELL                     YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.43
BULLARD @ INDIAN SCHOOL        GOODYEAR               0.00      0.20
BULLDOG CANYON                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
BURTON TANK                    YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.43
BUTLER PARK                    GLENDALE               0.00      0.20
CAMP CREEK                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.83
CAP @ 163RD AVE.               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
CAREFREE RANCH                 SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.63
CARRIAGE LANE PARK             MESA                   0.00      0.59
CASANDRO DAM                   WICKENBURG             0.00      0.43
CASANDRO WASH                  WICKENBURG             0.00      0.67
CASTLE HOT SPRINGS             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.28
CAVE BUTTES DAM                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
CAVE CR.@ SPUR CROSS           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      1.26
CAVE CREEK                     CAVE CREEK             0.00      0.83
CAVE CREEK @ CACTUS            PHOENIX                0.00      0.28
CAVE CREEK LANDFILL            PHOENIX                0.00      0.12
CENTENNIAL @ WENDEN            LA PAZ COUNTY          0.00      0.04
CENTENNIAL DIVIDE              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.75
CENTENNIAL LEVEE               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
CENTENNIAL NR AGUILA           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.75
CENTENNIAL RAILROAD            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
CENTENNIAL WASH                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.83
CESAR CHAVEZ PARK              PHOENIX                0.00      0.16
CHANDLER @ ALMA SCHOOL         CHANDLER               0.00      0.28
CHANDLER AIRPORT               CHANDLER               0.00      0.16
CIRCLE CITY                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.59
CITY OF GLENDALE               GLENDALE               0.00      0.20
CLINE CREEK                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.35
CLOUDBURST WASH                FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.91
COLTER @ EL MIRAGE             PHOENIX                0.00      0.28
COLUMBIA HILL                  YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.43
CONGRESS                       YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.35
CONSTELLATION ROAD             WICKENBURG             0.00      0.55
COOKS MESA                     YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.20
COPPER WASH                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.55
COYOTE WASH                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.31
CROWN KING                     YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.08
CRUFF WASH                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.75
DAGGS WASH                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.79
DEAD HORSE WASH                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.31
DEER VALLEY AIRPORT            PHOENIX                0.00      0.51
DELANEY WASH                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.55
DESERT HILLS WASH              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
DESERT MTN. SCHOOL             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
DREAMY DRAW DAM                PHOENIX                0.00      0.35
DURANGO COMPLEX                PHOENIX                0.00      0.43
DYSART @ BELL RD.              SURPRISE               0.00      0.20
DYSART DRAIN @ LAFB            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
EAGLE EYE RD. @ CAP            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
EAST FORK CC #1                PHOENIX                0.00      0.35
EAST FORK CC #3                PHOENIX                0.00      0.39
EAST FORK CC #4                PHOENIX                0.00      0.28
EFCC NR 7TH AVE.               PHOENIX                0.00      0.31
EL MIRAGE DRAIN                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.24
ELLIOT @ HAWES RD.             MESA                   0.00      0.12
EMF @ ARIZONA AVE.             PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.20
EMF @ BROADWAY                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.24
ESTRELLA FAN                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.35
FALCON FIELD                   MESA                   0.00      0.91
FIG SPRINGS                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.47
FITCH PARK                     MESA                   0.00      0.43
FLORENCE JUNCTION              PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.12
FLYING E TANK                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.91
FLYING E WASH                  WICKENBURG             0.00      0.63
FORD CANYON WASH               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.31
FOUNTAIN HILLS FD              FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      1.02
FOUR MILE WASH                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
FRAESFIELD MTN.                SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.79
FREESTONE BASIN                GILBERT                0.00      0.35
G&F WOOLSEY PEAK               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.43
GARFIAS MTN. RANCH             YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.16
GATEWAY C.COLLEGE              PHOENIX                0.00      0.35
GILA @ ESTRELLA PKWY.          GOODYEAR               0.00      0.08
GILA @ MARICOPA RD             GILA RIVER IC          0.00      0.55
GILA @ OLBERG                  GILA RIVER IC          0.00      0.24
GILA BEND LANDFILL             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
GILA BEND MOUNTAINS            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.35
GILA R. @ 116TH AVE.           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
GILLESPIE DAM                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.43
GLADDEN                        MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.94
GOLDEN EAGLE BLVD.             FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.71
GRAND @ 27TH AVE.              PHOENIX                0.00      0.43
GRAND @ PEORIA AVE.            PEORIA                 0.00      0.16
GRANITE REEF                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.75
GRANITE REEF WASH              SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.51
GRASS WASH @ US 60             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.83
GREENWAY @ 32ND AVE.           PHOENIX                0.00      0.20
GUADALUPE CHANNEL              MESA                   0.00      0.16
GUADALUPE FRS                  PHOENIX                0.00      0.35
HARQUAHALA FRS                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.75
HARQUAHALA MTN.                LA PAZ COUNTY          0.00      0.39
HARTMAN WASH                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.79
HASSAYAMPA LANDFILL            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.71
HASSY R. @ BOX CANYON          YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.24
HASSY R. @ I-10                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.31
HASSY R. @ US 60               WICKENBURG             0.00      0.59
HASSY R. @ WAGONER RD.         YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.12
HESPERUS DAM                   FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.94
HESPERUS WASH                  FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      1.10
HIGHLAND @ 68TH ST.            SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.59
HORSESHOE LAKE                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.79
HORSESHOE RANCH                YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.08
HORSETHIEF BASIN               YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.08
HUMBOLDT MOUNTAIN              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.47
I-10 @ 355TH AVE.              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.55
I-17 @ SR 169                  YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.04
IBW @ INDIAN BEND RD.          SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.94
IBW @ INDIAN SCHOOL            SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.43
IBW @ MCKELLIPS RD.            SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.67
IBW @ SHEA BLVD.               PHOENIX                0.00      0.35
IBW @ SWEETWATER               PHOENIX                0.00      0.43
IBW INTERCEPTOR                SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.94
JACKRABBIT WASH                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.35
JEFFERSON @ 4TH AVE.           PHOENIX                0.00      0.24
JOSHUA TREE                    YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.59
KLEINMAN PARK                  MESA                   0.00      0.35
LAKE MARGUARITE                SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.63
LAKE PLEASANT                  PEORIA                 0.00      0.16
LAKE PLEASANT NORTH            PEORIA                 0.00      0.20
LAVEEN BASIN                   PHOENIX                0.00      0.31
LOST DOG WASH                  SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.55
MAGMA FRS                      PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.28
MARICOPA MOUNTAINS             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.55
MARTINEZ CREEK                 YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.47
MARYLAND @ 27TH AVE.           PHOENIX                0.00      0.94
MARYVALE MUNI GOLF             PHOENIX                0.00      0.28
MCDOWELL @ HAWES               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
MCDOWELL @ MERIDIAN            PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.04
MCDOWELL MTN. PARK             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.51
MCDOWELL MTN. ROAD             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.59
MCMICKEN DAM                   SURPRISE               0.00      0.24
MCMICKEN DAM SOUTH             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
MCMICKEN FLOODWAY              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
MESA TOWER                     MESA                   0.00      0.47
MID-MARTINEZ CREEK             YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.24
MINNEHAHA                      YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.20
MISSOURI @ 16TH ST.            PHOENIX                0.00      0.31
MOBILE                         MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.47
MORRISTOWN                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.47
MOUNTAIN VIEW PARK             MESA                   0.00      0.55
MT. OATMAN                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.24
MT. ORD                        GILA COUNTY            0.00      0.39
MT. UNION WX                   YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.12
NARROWS DAMSITE                LA PAZ COUNTY          0.00      0.08
NEW RIVER @ BELL RD.           PEORIA                 0.00      0.16
NEW RIVER @ GLENDALE           GLENDALE               0.00      0.20
NEW RIVER DAM                  PEORIA                 0.00      0.12
NEW RIVER FIRE                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.75
NEW RIVER LANDFILL             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.24
NEW RIVER MESA                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.47
NORTH HEIGHTS DAM              FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.71
NW REGIONAL LANDFILL           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.39
O`BRIEN GULCH                  YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.04
OLD X-CUT @ MCDOWELL           PHOENIX                0.00      0.28
OSBORN @ 64TH ST.              SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.35
OUTLAW HILL                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      1.10
PAPAGO PARK                    PHOENIX                0.00      0.28
PARADISE VALLEY CC             PARADISE VALLEY        0.00      0.51
PARADISE VALLEY PARK           PHOENIX                0.00      0.35
PATTON ROAD                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.55
PECOS BASIN                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.39
PERRY PARK                     PHOENIX                0.00      0.28
PHOENIX BASIN #3               PHOENIX                0.00      0.47
PHOENIX BASIN #7               PHOENIX                0.00      0.35
PHOENIX WEST PARK              PHOENIX                0.00      0.28
PIMA @ JOMAX                   SCOTTSDALE             0.00      1.06
PIMA @ UNION HILLS             SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.79
PINNACLE PEAK VISTA            SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.83
POWDER HOUSE WASH              WICKENBURG             0.00      0.39
POWERLINE FLOODWAY             MESA                   0.00      0.08
POWERLINE FRS                  PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.04
PRICE DRAIN @ 202              MESA                   0.00      0.39
QUEEN CR @ RITTENHOUSE         MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
QUEEN CREEK LANDFILL           QUEEN CREEK            0.00      0.04
QUEEN CREEK RD.                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
RACKENSACK CANYON              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.98
RAINBOW WASH                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.24
RAWHIDE WASH                   SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.87
REATA PASS DAM                 SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.98
REATA PASS WASH                SCOTTSDALE             0.00      1.61
RITTER DAM                     YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.83
ROESER @ 2ND ST.               PHOENIX                0.00      0.31
SADDLEBACK FRS                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.47
SAGUARO LAKE                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
SALT R. @ 40TH ST.             PHOENIX                0.00      0.16
SALT R. @ PRIEST DR.           TEMPE                  0.00      0.39
SALT RIVER @ 67TH AVE.         PHOENIX                0.00      0.24
SALT RIVER LANDFILL            SALT RIVER IC          0.00      0.83
SAND TANK @ I-8                GILA BEND              0.00      0.04
SAND TANK WASH                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
SANTA CRUZ @ SR 84             PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.20
SANTA ROSA @ SR 84             PINAL COUNTY           0.04      0.67
SAUCEDA WASH                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
SEVEN SPRINGS                  YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.35
SEVEN SPRINGS WASH             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.91
SKUNK CR. NR NEW R.            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.35
SKUNK CREEK @ I-17             PHOENIX                0.00      0.12
SKUNK TANK WASH                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.24
SMITH PEAK                     LA PAZ COUNTY          0.00      0.43
SOLS TANK                      YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.83
SOLS TRIB @ US 93              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.51
SOLS WASH @ SR 71              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.59
SOLS WASH NR MATTHIE           MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.55
SOUTH MOUNTAIN FAN             PHOENIX                0.00      0.08
SOUTH MOUNTAIN PARK            PHOENIX                0.00      0.12
SOUTH MTN.PARK HQ              PHOENIX                0.00      0.12
SPOOKHILL BROWN                MESA                   0.00      0.16
SPOOKHILL FRS                  MESA                   0.00      0.31
SPOOKHILL MCKELLIPS            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.28
STAGECOACH WASH                SCOTTSDALE             0.00      1.10
STANTON                        YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.16
STONERIDGE DAM                 FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.79
SUGARLOAF MOUNTAIN             MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
SUN CITY WEST                  SUN CITY WEST          0.00      0.16
SUN VALLEY @ NORTHERN          BUCKEYE                0.00      0.59
SUNNYCOVE FRS                  WICKENBURG             0.00      0.47
SUNRIDGE CANYON DAM            FOUNTAIN HILLS         0.00      0.67
SUNSET FRS                     WICKENBURG             0.00      0.47
SUNSET POINT                   YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.04
SUNUP RANCH                    MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
THOMAS @ 16TH ST.              PHOENIX                0.00      0.24
THOMAS @ 48TH ST.              PHOENIX                0.00      0.47
THOMPSON PEAK                  SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.47
THUNDER MOUNTAIN               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
THUNDERBIRD ACADEMY            SCOTTSDALE             0.00      0.43
TIGER WASH                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.20
TIGER WASH FAN                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
TOWERS MTN.                    YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.04
TUTHILL @ RAY RD.              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
TWIN PEAKS                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.71
UPPER CLINE CREEK              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.79
UPPER GRASS WASH               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.63
UPPER TIGER WASH               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.43
UPPER TRILBY WASH              YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.47
UPPER WATERMAN WASH            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.63
USERY MTN. PARK                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
USERY PARK WS                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.12
VEKOL WASH                     MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.39
VINEYARD FRS                   PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.16
VULTURE MINE ROAD              MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.71
WATERMAN @ RAINBOW             GOODYEAR               0.00      0.79
WATERMAN WASH                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.04      0.75
WEBB MOUNTAIN                  MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.71
WHITE TANK FRS 3               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.24
WHITE TANK FRS 4               MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.08
WHITE TANK PEAK                MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.28
WHITLOW RANCH DAM              PINAL COUNTY           0.00      0.16
WICKENBURG AIRPORT             WICKENBURG             0.00      0.79
WILLIAMS FIELD ROAD            MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.16
WINTERS WASH                   MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.47
WITTMANN                       MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.28
WOLVERINE PASS                 MARICOPA COUNTY        0.00      0.04
WOOD TANK                      YAVAPAI COUNTY         0.00      0.59

THESE RAINFALL AMOUNTS ARE PRELIMINARY AND ARE NOT OFFICIAL.
AUTOMATED GAUGE DATA ARE FROM THE MARICOPA COUNTY FLOOD
CONTROL DISTRICT. STATIONS WITH NO RECORDED PRECIPITATION
ARE NOT SHOWN.



000
NOUS45 KSLC 050253
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
844 PM MDT MON MAY 4 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

BELOW ARE 24-HOUR RAINFALL TOTALS RECEIVED THROUGH 800 PM.

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
LOGAN - 4806 FT                          8 PM MON     0.77
LOGAN - 4465 FT                          8 PM MON     0.54
LOGAN DRAINAGE FARM - 4435 FT            8 PM MON     0.16
LEWISTON - 4514 FT                       8 PM MON     0.03
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                  8 PM MON     0.03

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                 8 PM MON     0.55
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                8 PM MON     0.33
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                8 PM MON     0.31
CORINNE - 4238 FT                        8 PM MON     0.22
CENTERVILLE - 4445 FT                    5 PM MON     0.18
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                    8 PM MON     0.14
CLEARFIELD UDOT - 4685 FT                8 PM MON     0.13
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     8 PM MON     0.10
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            8 PM MON     0.05
EAGLE LAKE - 4377 FT                     8 PM MON     0.03
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    5 PM MON     0.01

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4281 FT               8 PM MON     0.55
SALT LAKE TRIAD CENTER - 4280 FT         5 PM MON     0.35
UPPER AVENUES - 5000 FT                  7 AM MON     0.28
UPPER MILLCREEK - 5050 FT               11 AM MON     0.26
SALT LAKE CITY - 5102 FT                 8 PM MON     0.21
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                   8 PM MON     0.13
HOLLADAY - 4344 FT                       8 PM MON     0.12
SOUTH SALT LAKE - 4272 FT               11 AM MON     0.11
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            8 PM MON     0.07
HOLLADAY - 4516 FT                       8 PM MON     0.06
ROCKY - 5970 FT                          7 PM MON     0.02
TOOELE - 5070 FT                         5 PM MON     0.02

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SARATOGA SPRINGS 1W - 7544 FT            8 PM MON     0.03
LEHI - 4593 FT                           8 PM MON     0.02
OREM - 4728 FT                           8 PM MON     0.02
PLEASANT GROVE - 5200 FT                 7 PM MON     0.02
PROVO BYU - 4570 FT                      5 PM MON     0.01
ALPINE - 5070 FT                         5 PM MON     0.01

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                    8 PM MON     0.13
SNOWVILLE - 4560 FT                      8 PM MON     0.08
VERNON CREEK NEAR VERNON 8SE - 6226 FT   7 PM MON     0.06
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                6 AM MON     0.03
CEDAR MOUNTAIN - 4650 FT                 7 PM MON     0.02

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        8 PM MON     0.15
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                     8 PM MON     0.06

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
LOST CREEK NR CROYDEN - 5840 FT          7 PM MON     0.16
EMIGRATION CANYON - 6024 FT              8 PM MON     0.07
SUMMIT PARK - 6808 FT                    8 PM MON     0.03

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
ALTA - COLLINS - 9662 FT                 8 PM MON     0.23
ALTA - 8730 FT                           5 PM MON     0.20
ALTA - BASE - 8560 FT                    8 PM MON     0.18
FOUNTAIN GREEN 4ENE - 7166 FT            8 PM MON     0.13
SUNDANCE - 7503 FT                       8 PM MON     0.10

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        8 PM MON     0.21
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         8 PM MON     0.21
OAKLEY - 7800 FT                         8 PM MON     0.17
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      8 PM MON     0.15
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           8 PM MON     0.14
YELLOWSTONE DRAINAGE - 7800 FT           8 PM MON     0.11
YELLOWSTONE RIVER NR ALTONAH - 7506 FT   8 PM MON     0.10
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 8 PM MON     0.03
BEAR RIVER - 8536 FT                     8 PM MON     0.03
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       7 PM MON     0.02

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
HORSE RIDGE - 8480 FT                    8 PM MON     0.27
MANTI - PORTABLE #1 - 6085 FT            8 PM MON     0.18
BRUIN POINT - 10200 FT                   7 PM MON     0.12
BAER #10 RED BULL - 8360 FT              8 PM MON     0.11
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      8 PM MON     0.06
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                    8 PM MON     0.05

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
DUCHESNE - 5520 FT                       5 PM MON     0.48
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      8 PM MON     0.05
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      7 PM MON     0.03

...CASTLE COUNTRY...
WELLINGTON 3 E - 5400 FT                 5 PM MON     0.02

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
MONROE - 5364 FT                         8 PM MON     0.02
SPRING CITY - 5835 FT                    8 PM MON     0.02

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
TULE VALLEY - 5135 FT                    7 PM MON     0.33
FILLMORE PORT #2 - 5691 FT               7 PM MON     0.12

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        8 PM MON     0.17
ENTERPRISE - 5340 FT                     8 PM MON     0.05
CEDAR CITY AIRPORT - 5627 FT             8 PM MON     0.04
PAROWAN 10NW - 5820 FT                   8 PM MON     0.04
ENTERPRISE - 5384 FT                     8 PM MON     0.04
BRIMSTONE RESERVOIR - 5620 FT            8 PM MON     0.02
JENSEN SPRING - 5744 FT                  7 PM MON     0.02

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
WASHINGTON - 2615 FT                     7 PM MON     0.09
ST. GEORGE - 2690 FT                     8 PM MON     0.08
WHITE REEF - 3440 FT                     8 PM MON     0.04
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    8 PM MON     0.02
FT PIERCE WASH NR ST. GEORGE - 2810 FT   8 PM MON     0.02

...SOUTH CENTRAL UTAH...
KODACHROME BASIN PARK - 5810 FT          5 PM MON     0.03

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
10 ESE OAK CITY - 7268 FT                8 PM MON     0.16
BLACK CEDAR - 6480 FT                    8 PM MON     0.03
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    8 PM MON     0.03
GRASSY LAKE NR EPHRAIM - 8880 FT         8 PM MON     0.02

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
AGUA CANYON - 8890 FT                    8 PM MON     0.50
GARDNER PEAK - 8350 FT                   7 PM MON     0.40
WILLOW GULCH - 6840 FT                   7 PM MON     0.40
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      7 PM MON     0.36
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              8 PM MON     0.16
TOM BEST SPRING - 7718 FT                8 PM MON     0.14
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      7 PM MON     0.13
BRYCE CANYON AIRPORT - 7585 FT           8 PM MON     0.11
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              7 PM MON     0.11
LAVA POINT RAWS - 7890 FT                8 PM MON     0.05
BRYCE CANYON - 7855 FT                   8 PM MON     0.05
ASSAY - 8100 FT                          8 PM MON     0.05
LARB HOLLOW - 8490 FT                    8 PM MON     0.04
COAL CREEK NEAR CEDAR CITY 3E - 6017 FT  8 PM MON     0.03
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 7 PM MON     0.03

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         8 PM MON     0.04
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    7 PM MON     0.02

$$



000
NOUS45 KSLC 050253
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
844 PM MDT MON MAY 4 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

BELOW ARE 24-HOUR RAINFALL TOTALS RECEIVED THROUGH 800 PM.

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
LOGAN - 4806 FT                          8 PM MON     0.77
LOGAN - 4465 FT                          8 PM MON     0.54
LOGAN DRAINAGE FARM - 4435 FT            8 PM MON     0.16
LEWISTON - 4514 FT                       8 PM MON     0.03
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                  8 PM MON     0.03

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                 8 PM MON     0.55
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                8 PM MON     0.33
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                8 PM MON     0.31
CORINNE - 4238 FT                        8 PM MON     0.22
CENTERVILLE - 4445 FT                    5 PM MON     0.18
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                    8 PM MON     0.14
CLEARFIELD UDOT - 4685 FT                8 PM MON     0.13
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     8 PM MON     0.10
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            8 PM MON     0.05
EAGLE LAKE - 4377 FT                     8 PM MON     0.03
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    5 PM MON     0.01

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4281 FT               8 PM MON     0.55
SALT LAKE TRIAD CENTER - 4280 FT         5 PM MON     0.35
UPPER AVENUES - 5000 FT                  7 AM MON     0.28
UPPER MILLCREEK - 5050 FT               11 AM MON     0.26
SALT LAKE CITY - 5102 FT                 8 PM MON     0.21
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                   8 PM MON     0.13
HOLLADAY - 4344 FT                       8 PM MON     0.12
SOUTH SALT LAKE - 4272 FT               11 AM MON     0.11
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            8 PM MON     0.07
HOLLADAY - 4516 FT                       8 PM MON     0.06
ROCKY - 5970 FT                          7 PM MON     0.02
TOOELE - 5070 FT                         5 PM MON     0.02

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SARATOGA SPRINGS 1W - 7544 FT            8 PM MON     0.03
LEHI - 4593 FT                           8 PM MON     0.02
OREM - 4728 FT                           8 PM MON     0.02
PLEASANT GROVE - 5200 FT                 7 PM MON     0.02
PROVO BYU - 4570 FT                      5 PM MON     0.01
ALPINE - 5070 FT                         5 PM MON     0.01

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                    8 PM MON     0.13
SNOWVILLE - 4560 FT                      8 PM MON     0.08
VERNON CREEK NEAR VERNON 8SE - 6226 FT   7 PM MON     0.06
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                6 AM MON     0.03
CEDAR MOUNTAIN - 4650 FT                 7 PM MON     0.02

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        8 PM MON     0.15
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                     8 PM MON     0.06

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
LOST CREEK NR CROYDEN - 5840 FT          7 PM MON     0.16
EMIGRATION CANYON - 6024 FT              8 PM MON     0.07
SUMMIT PARK - 6808 FT                    8 PM MON     0.03

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
ALTA - COLLINS - 9662 FT                 8 PM MON     0.23
ALTA - 8730 FT                           5 PM MON     0.20
ALTA - BASE - 8560 FT                    8 PM MON     0.18
FOUNTAIN GREEN 4ENE - 7166 FT            8 PM MON     0.13
SUNDANCE - 7503 FT                       8 PM MON     0.10

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        8 PM MON     0.21
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         8 PM MON     0.21
OAKLEY - 7800 FT                         8 PM MON     0.17
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      8 PM MON     0.15
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           8 PM MON     0.14
YELLOWSTONE DRAINAGE - 7800 FT           8 PM MON     0.11
YELLOWSTONE RIVER NR ALTONAH - 7506 FT   8 PM MON     0.10
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 8 PM MON     0.03
BEAR RIVER - 8536 FT                     8 PM MON     0.03
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       7 PM MON     0.02

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
HORSE RIDGE - 8480 FT                    8 PM MON     0.27
MANTI - PORTABLE #1 - 6085 FT            8 PM MON     0.18
BRUIN POINT - 10200 FT                   7 PM MON     0.12
BAER #10 RED BULL - 8360 FT              8 PM MON     0.11
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      8 PM MON     0.06
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                    8 PM MON     0.05

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
DUCHESNE - 5520 FT                       5 PM MON     0.48
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      8 PM MON     0.05
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      7 PM MON     0.03

...CASTLE COUNTRY...
WELLINGTON 3 E - 5400 FT                 5 PM MON     0.02

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
MONROE - 5364 FT                         8 PM MON     0.02
SPRING CITY - 5835 FT                    8 PM MON     0.02

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
TULE VALLEY - 5135 FT                    7 PM MON     0.33
FILLMORE PORT #2 - 5691 FT               7 PM MON     0.12

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        8 PM MON     0.17
ENTERPRISE - 5340 FT                     8 PM MON     0.05
CEDAR CITY AIRPORT - 5627 FT             8 PM MON     0.04
PAROWAN 10NW - 5820 FT                   8 PM MON     0.04
ENTERPRISE - 5384 FT                     8 PM MON     0.04
BRIMSTONE RESERVOIR - 5620 FT            8 PM MON     0.02
JENSEN SPRING - 5744 FT                  7 PM MON     0.02

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
WASHINGTON - 2615 FT                     7 PM MON     0.09
ST. GEORGE - 2690 FT                     8 PM MON     0.08
WHITE REEF - 3440 FT                     8 PM MON     0.04
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    8 PM MON     0.02
FT PIERCE WASH NR ST. GEORGE - 2810 FT   8 PM MON     0.02

...SOUTH CENTRAL UTAH...
KODACHROME BASIN PARK - 5810 FT          5 PM MON     0.03

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
10 ESE OAK CITY - 7268 FT                8 PM MON     0.16
BLACK CEDAR - 6480 FT                    8 PM MON     0.03
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    8 PM MON     0.03
GRASSY LAKE NR EPHRAIM - 8880 FT         8 PM MON     0.02

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
AGUA CANYON - 8890 FT                    8 PM MON     0.50
GARDNER PEAK - 8350 FT                   7 PM MON     0.40
WILLOW GULCH - 6840 FT                   7 PM MON     0.40
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      7 PM MON     0.36
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              8 PM MON     0.16
TOM BEST SPRING - 7718 FT                8 PM MON     0.14
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      7 PM MON     0.13
BRYCE CANYON AIRPORT - 7585 FT           8 PM MON     0.11
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              7 PM MON     0.11
LAVA POINT RAWS - 7890 FT                8 PM MON     0.05
BRYCE CANYON - 7855 FT                   8 PM MON     0.05
ASSAY - 8100 FT                          8 PM MON     0.05
LARB HOLLOW - 8490 FT                    8 PM MON     0.04
COAL CREEK NEAR CEDAR CITY 3E - 6017 FT  8 PM MON     0.03
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 7 PM MON     0.03

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         8 PM MON     0.04
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    7 PM MON     0.02

$$



000
NOUS45 KSLC 050253
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
844 PM MDT MON MAY 4 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

BELOW ARE 24-HOUR RAINFALL TOTALS RECEIVED THROUGH 800 PM.

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
LOGAN - 4806 FT                          8 PM MON     0.77
LOGAN - 4465 FT                          8 PM MON     0.54
LOGAN DRAINAGE FARM - 4435 FT            8 PM MON     0.16
LEWISTON - 4514 FT                       8 PM MON     0.03
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                  8 PM MON     0.03

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                 8 PM MON     0.55
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                8 PM MON     0.33
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                8 PM MON     0.31
CORINNE - 4238 FT                        8 PM MON     0.22
CENTERVILLE - 4445 FT                    5 PM MON     0.18
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                    8 PM MON     0.14
CLEARFIELD UDOT - 4685 FT                8 PM MON     0.13
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     8 PM MON     0.10
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            8 PM MON     0.05
EAGLE LAKE - 4377 FT                     8 PM MON     0.03
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    5 PM MON     0.01

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4281 FT               8 PM MON     0.55
SALT LAKE TRIAD CENTER - 4280 FT         5 PM MON     0.35
UPPER AVENUES - 5000 FT                  7 AM MON     0.28
UPPER MILLCREEK - 5050 FT               11 AM MON     0.26
SALT LAKE CITY - 5102 FT                 8 PM MON     0.21
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                   8 PM MON     0.13
HOLLADAY - 4344 FT                       8 PM MON     0.12
SOUTH SALT LAKE - 4272 FT               11 AM MON     0.11
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            8 PM MON     0.07
HOLLADAY - 4516 FT                       8 PM MON     0.06
ROCKY - 5970 FT                          7 PM MON     0.02
TOOELE - 5070 FT                         5 PM MON     0.02

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SARATOGA SPRINGS 1W - 7544 FT            8 PM MON     0.03
LEHI - 4593 FT                           8 PM MON     0.02
OREM - 4728 FT                           8 PM MON     0.02
PLEASANT GROVE - 5200 FT                 7 PM MON     0.02
PROVO BYU - 4570 FT                      5 PM MON     0.01
ALPINE - 5070 FT                         5 PM MON     0.01

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                    8 PM MON     0.13
SNOWVILLE - 4560 FT                      8 PM MON     0.08
VERNON CREEK NEAR VERNON 8SE - 6226 FT   7 PM MON     0.06
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                6 AM MON     0.03
CEDAR MOUNTAIN - 4650 FT                 7 PM MON     0.02

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        8 PM MON     0.15
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                     8 PM MON     0.06

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
LOST CREEK NR CROYDEN - 5840 FT          7 PM MON     0.16
EMIGRATION CANYON - 6024 FT              8 PM MON     0.07
SUMMIT PARK - 6808 FT                    8 PM MON     0.03

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
ALTA - COLLINS - 9662 FT                 8 PM MON     0.23
ALTA - 8730 FT                           5 PM MON     0.20
ALTA - BASE - 8560 FT                    8 PM MON     0.18
FOUNTAIN GREEN 4ENE - 7166 FT            8 PM MON     0.13
SUNDANCE - 7503 FT                       8 PM MON     0.10

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        8 PM MON     0.21
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         8 PM MON     0.21
OAKLEY - 7800 FT                         8 PM MON     0.17
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      8 PM MON     0.15
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           8 PM MON     0.14
YELLOWSTONE DRAINAGE - 7800 FT           8 PM MON     0.11
YELLOWSTONE RIVER NR ALTONAH - 7506 FT   8 PM MON     0.10
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 8 PM MON     0.03
BEAR RIVER - 8536 FT                     8 PM MON     0.03
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       7 PM MON     0.02

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
HORSE RIDGE - 8480 FT                    8 PM MON     0.27
MANTI - PORTABLE #1 - 6085 FT            8 PM MON     0.18
BRUIN POINT - 10200 FT                   7 PM MON     0.12
BAER #10 RED BULL - 8360 FT              8 PM MON     0.11
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      8 PM MON     0.06
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                    8 PM MON     0.05

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
DUCHESNE - 5520 FT                       5 PM MON     0.48
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      8 PM MON     0.05
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      7 PM MON     0.03

...CASTLE COUNTRY...
WELLINGTON 3 E - 5400 FT                 5 PM MON     0.02

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
MONROE - 5364 FT                         8 PM MON     0.02
SPRING CITY - 5835 FT                    8 PM MON     0.02

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
TULE VALLEY - 5135 FT                    7 PM MON     0.33
FILLMORE PORT #2 - 5691 FT               7 PM MON     0.12

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        8 PM MON     0.17
ENTERPRISE - 5340 FT                     8 PM MON     0.05
CEDAR CITY AIRPORT - 5627 FT             8 PM MON     0.04
PAROWAN 10NW - 5820 FT                   8 PM MON     0.04
ENTERPRISE - 5384 FT                     8 PM MON     0.04
BRIMSTONE RESERVOIR - 5620 FT            8 PM MON     0.02
JENSEN SPRING - 5744 FT                  7 PM MON     0.02

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
WASHINGTON - 2615 FT                     7 PM MON     0.09
ST. GEORGE - 2690 FT                     8 PM MON     0.08
WHITE REEF - 3440 FT                     8 PM MON     0.04
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    8 PM MON     0.02
FT PIERCE WASH NR ST. GEORGE - 2810 FT   8 PM MON     0.02

...SOUTH CENTRAL UTAH...
KODACHROME BASIN PARK - 5810 FT          5 PM MON     0.03

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
10 ESE OAK CITY - 7268 FT                8 PM MON     0.16
BLACK CEDAR - 6480 FT                    8 PM MON     0.03
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    8 PM MON     0.03
GRASSY LAKE NR EPHRAIM - 8880 FT         8 PM MON     0.02

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
AGUA CANYON - 8890 FT                    8 PM MON     0.50
GARDNER PEAK - 8350 FT                   7 PM MON     0.40
WILLOW GULCH - 6840 FT                   7 PM MON     0.40
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      7 PM MON     0.36
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              8 PM MON     0.16
TOM BEST SPRING - 7718 FT                8 PM MON     0.14
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      7 PM MON     0.13
BRYCE CANYON AIRPORT - 7585 FT           8 PM MON     0.11
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              7 PM MON     0.11
LAVA POINT RAWS - 7890 FT                8 PM MON     0.05
BRYCE CANYON - 7855 FT                   8 PM MON     0.05
ASSAY - 8100 FT                          8 PM MON     0.05
LARB HOLLOW - 8490 FT                    8 PM MON     0.04
COAL CREEK NEAR CEDAR CITY 3E - 6017 FT  8 PM MON     0.03
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 7 PM MON     0.03

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         8 PM MON     0.04
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    7 PM MON     0.02

$$



000
NOUS45 KSLC 050253
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
844 PM MDT MON MAY 4 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

BELOW ARE 24-HOUR RAINFALL TOTALS RECEIVED THROUGH 800 PM.

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
LOGAN - 4806 FT                          8 PM MON     0.77
LOGAN - 4465 FT                          8 PM MON     0.54
LOGAN DRAINAGE FARM - 4435 FT            8 PM MON     0.16
LEWISTON - 4514 FT                       8 PM MON     0.03
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                  8 PM MON     0.03

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                 8 PM MON     0.55
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                8 PM MON     0.33
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                8 PM MON     0.31
CORINNE - 4238 FT                        8 PM MON     0.22
CENTERVILLE - 4445 FT                    5 PM MON     0.18
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                    8 PM MON     0.14
CLEARFIELD UDOT - 4685 FT                8 PM MON     0.13
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     8 PM MON     0.10
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            8 PM MON     0.05
EAGLE LAKE - 4377 FT                     8 PM MON     0.03
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    5 PM MON     0.01

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4281 FT               8 PM MON     0.55
SALT LAKE TRIAD CENTER - 4280 FT         5 PM MON     0.35
UPPER AVENUES - 5000 FT                  7 AM MON     0.28
UPPER MILLCREEK - 5050 FT               11 AM MON     0.26
SALT LAKE CITY - 5102 FT                 8 PM MON     0.21
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                   8 PM MON     0.13
HOLLADAY - 4344 FT                       8 PM MON     0.12
SOUTH SALT LAKE - 4272 FT               11 AM MON     0.11
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            8 PM MON     0.07
HOLLADAY - 4516 FT                       8 PM MON     0.06
ROCKY - 5970 FT                          7 PM MON     0.02
TOOELE - 5070 FT                         5 PM MON     0.02

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SARATOGA SPRINGS 1W - 7544 FT            8 PM MON     0.03
LEHI - 4593 FT                           8 PM MON     0.02
OREM - 4728 FT                           8 PM MON     0.02
PLEASANT GROVE - 5200 FT                 7 PM MON     0.02
PROVO BYU - 4570 FT                      5 PM MON     0.01
ALPINE - 5070 FT                         5 PM MON     0.01

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                    8 PM MON     0.13
SNOWVILLE - 4560 FT                      8 PM MON     0.08
VERNON CREEK NEAR VERNON 8SE - 6226 FT   7 PM MON     0.06
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                6 AM MON     0.03
CEDAR MOUNTAIN - 4650 FT                 7 PM MON     0.02

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        8 PM MON     0.15
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                     8 PM MON     0.06

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
LOST CREEK NR CROYDEN - 5840 FT          7 PM MON     0.16
EMIGRATION CANYON - 6024 FT              8 PM MON     0.07
SUMMIT PARK - 6808 FT                    8 PM MON     0.03

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
ALTA - COLLINS - 9662 FT                 8 PM MON     0.23
ALTA - 8730 FT                           5 PM MON     0.20
ALTA - BASE - 8560 FT                    8 PM MON     0.18
FOUNTAIN GREEN 4ENE - 7166 FT            8 PM MON     0.13
SUNDANCE - 7503 FT                       8 PM MON     0.10

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        8 PM MON     0.21
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         8 PM MON     0.21
OAKLEY - 7800 FT                         8 PM MON     0.17
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      8 PM MON     0.15
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           8 PM MON     0.14
YELLOWSTONE DRAINAGE - 7800 FT           8 PM MON     0.11
YELLOWSTONE RIVER NR ALTONAH - 7506 FT   8 PM MON     0.10
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 8 PM MON     0.03
BEAR RIVER - 8536 FT                     8 PM MON     0.03
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       7 PM MON     0.02

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
HORSE RIDGE - 8480 FT                    8 PM MON     0.27
MANTI - PORTABLE #1 - 6085 FT            8 PM MON     0.18
BRUIN POINT - 10200 FT                   7 PM MON     0.12
BAER #10 RED BULL - 8360 FT              8 PM MON     0.11
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      8 PM MON     0.06
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                    8 PM MON     0.05

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
DUCHESNE - 5520 FT                       5 PM MON     0.48
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      8 PM MON     0.05
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      7 PM MON     0.03

...CASTLE COUNTRY...
WELLINGTON 3 E - 5400 FT                 5 PM MON     0.02

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
MONROE - 5364 FT                         8 PM MON     0.02
SPRING CITY - 5835 FT                    8 PM MON     0.02

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
TULE VALLEY - 5135 FT                    7 PM MON     0.33
FILLMORE PORT #2 - 5691 FT               7 PM MON     0.12

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        8 PM MON     0.17
ENTERPRISE - 5340 FT                     8 PM MON     0.05
CEDAR CITY AIRPORT - 5627 FT             8 PM MON     0.04
PAROWAN 10NW - 5820 FT                   8 PM MON     0.04
ENTERPRISE - 5384 FT                     8 PM MON     0.04
BRIMSTONE RESERVOIR - 5620 FT            8 PM MON     0.02
JENSEN SPRING - 5744 FT                  7 PM MON     0.02

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
WASHINGTON - 2615 FT                     7 PM MON     0.09
ST. GEORGE - 2690 FT                     8 PM MON     0.08
WHITE REEF - 3440 FT                     8 PM MON     0.04
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    8 PM MON     0.02
FT PIERCE WASH NR ST. GEORGE - 2810 FT   8 PM MON     0.02

...SOUTH CENTRAL UTAH...
KODACHROME BASIN PARK - 5810 FT          5 PM MON     0.03

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
10 ESE OAK CITY - 7268 FT                8 PM MON     0.16
BLACK CEDAR - 6480 FT                    8 PM MON     0.03
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    8 PM MON     0.03
GRASSY LAKE NR EPHRAIM - 8880 FT         8 PM MON     0.02

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
AGUA CANYON - 8890 FT                    8 PM MON     0.50
GARDNER PEAK - 8350 FT                   7 PM MON     0.40
WILLOW GULCH - 6840 FT                   7 PM MON     0.40
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      7 PM MON     0.36
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              8 PM MON     0.16
TOM BEST SPRING - 7718 FT                8 PM MON     0.14
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      7 PM MON     0.13
BRYCE CANYON AIRPORT - 7585 FT           8 PM MON     0.11
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              7 PM MON     0.11
LAVA POINT RAWS - 7890 FT                8 PM MON     0.05
BRYCE CANYON - 7855 FT                   8 PM MON     0.05
ASSAY - 8100 FT                          8 PM MON     0.05
LARB HOLLOW - 8490 FT                    8 PM MON     0.04
COAL CREEK NEAR CEDAR CITY 3E - 6017 FT  8 PM MON     0.03
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 7 PM MON     0.03

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         8 PM MON     0.04
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    7 PM MON     0.02

$$



000
NOUS45 KSLC 050253
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
844 PM MDT MON MAY 4 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

BELOW ARE 24-HOUR RAINFALL TOTALS RECEIVED THROUGH 800 PM.

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
LOGAN - 4806 FT                          8 PM MON     0.77
LOGAN - 4465 FT                          8 PM MON     0.54
LOGAN DRAINAGE FARM - 4435 FT            8 PM MON     0.16
LEWISTON - 4514 FT                       8 PM MON     0.03
RICHMOND UDOT - 4551 FT                  8 PM MON     0.03

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                 8 PM MON     0.55
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                8 PM MON     0.33
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                8 PM MON     0.31
CORINNE - 4238 FT                        8 PM MON     0.22
CENTERVILLE - 4445 FT                    5 PM MON     0.18
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                    8 PM MON     0.14
CLEARFIELD UDOT - 4685 FT                8 PM MON     0.13
FARMINGTON - 4232 FT                     8 PM MON     0.10
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            8 PM MON     0.05
EAGLE LAKE - 4377 FT                     8 PM MON     0.03
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    5 PM MON     0.01

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4281 FT               8 PM MON     0.55
SALT LAKE TRIAD CENTER - 4280 FT         5 PM MON     0.35
UPPER AVENUES - 5000 FT                  7 AM MON     0.28
UPPER MILLCREEK - 5050 FT               11 AM MON     0.26
SALT LAKE CITY - 5102 FT                 8 PM MON     0.21
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                   8 PM MON     0.13
HOLLADAY - 4344 FT                       8 PM MON     0.12
SOUTH SALT LAKE - 4272 FT               11 AM MON     0.11
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            8 PM MON     0.07
HOLLADAY - 4516 FT                       8 PM MON     0.06
ROCKY - 5970 FT                          7 PM MON     0.02
TOOELE - 5070 FT                         5 PM MON     0.02

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SARATOGA SPRINGS 1W - 7544 FT            8 PM MON     0.03
LEHI - 4593 FT                           8 PM MON     0.02
OREM - 4728 FT                           8 PM MON     0.02
PLEASANT GROVE - 5200 FT                 7 PM MON     0.02
PROVO BYU - 4570 FT                      5 PM MON     0.01
ALPINE - 5070 FT                         5 PM MON     0.01

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                    8 PM MON     0.13
SNOWVILLE - 4560 FT                      8 PM MON     0.08
VERNON CREEK NEAR VERNON 8SE - 6226 FT   7 PM MON     0.06
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                6 AM MON     0.03
CEDAR MOUNTAIN - 4650 FT                 7 PM MON     0.02

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        8 PM MON     0.15
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                     8 PM MON     0.06

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
LOST CREEK NR CROYDEN - 5840 FT          7 PM MON     0.16
EMIGRATION CANYON - 6024 FT              8 PM MON     0.07
SUMMIT PARK - 6808 FT                    8 PM MON     0.03

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
ALTA - COLLINS - 9662 FT                 8 PM MON     0.23
ALTA - 8730 FT                           5 PM MON     0.20
ALTA - BASE - 8560 FT                    8 PM MON     0.18
FOUNTAIN GREEN 4ENE - 7166 FT            8 PM MON     0.13
SUNDANCE - 7503 FT                       8 PM MON     0.10

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        8 PM MON     0.21
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         8 PM MON     0.21
OAKLEY - 7800 FT                         8 PM MON     0.17
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      8 PM MON     0.15
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           8 PM MON     0.14
YELLOWSTONE DRAINAGE - 7800 FT           8 PM MON     0.11
YELLOWSTONE RIVER NR ALTONAH - 7506 FT   8 PM MON     0.10
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 8 PM MON     0.03
BEAR RIVER - 8536 FT                     8 PM MON     0.03
CHEPETA - 12120 FT                       7 PM MON     0.02

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
HORSE RIDGE - 8480 FT                    8 PM MON     0.27
MANTI - PORTABLE #1 - 6085 FT            8 PM MON     0.18
BRUIN POINT - 10200 FT                   7 PM MON     0.12
BAER #10 RED BULL - 8360 FT              8 PM MON     0.11
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      8 PM MON     0.06
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                    8 PM MON     0.05

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
DUCHESNE - 5520 FT                       5 PM MON     0.48
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      8 PM MON     0.05
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      7 PM MON     0.03

...CASTLE COUNTRY...
WELLINGTON 3 E - 5400 FT                 5 PM MON     0.02

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
MONROE - 5364 FT                         8 PM MON     0.02
SPRING CITY - 5835 FT                    8 PM MON     0.02

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
TULE VALLEY - 5135 FT                    7 PM MON     0.33
FILLMORE PORT #2 - 5691 FT               7 PM MON     0.12

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        8 PM MON     0.17
ENTERPRISE - 5340 FT                     8 PM MON     0.05
CEDAR CITY AIRPORT - 5627 FT             8 PM MON     0.04
PAROWAN 10NW - 5820 FT                   8 PM MON     0.04
ENTERPRISE - 5384 FT                     8 PM MON     0.04
BRIMSTONE RESERVOIR - 5620 FT            8 PM MON     0.02
JENSEN SPRING - 5744 FT                  7 PM MON     0.02

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
WASHINGTON - 2615 FT                     7 PM MON     0.09
ST. GEORGE - 2690 FT                     8 PM MON     0.08
WHITE REEF - 3440 FT                     8 PM MON     0.04
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    8 PM MON     0.02
FT PIERCE WASH NR ST. GEORGE - 2810 FT   8 PM MON     0.02

...SOUTH CENTRAL UTAH...
KODACHROME BASIN PARK - 5810 FT          5 PM MON     0.03

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
10 ESE OAK CITY - 7268 FT                8 PM MON     0.16
BLACK CEDAR - 6480 FT                    8 PM MON     0.03
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    8 PM MON     0.03
GRASSY LAKE NR EPHRAIM - 8880 FT         8 PM MON     0.02

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
AGUA CANYON - 8890 FT                    8 PM MON     0.50
GARDNER PEAK - 8350 FT                   7 PM MON     0.40
WILLOW GULCH - 6840 FT                   7 PM MON     0.40
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      7 PM MON     0.36
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              8 PM MON     0.16
TOM BEST SPRING - 7718 FT                8 PM MON     0.14
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      7 PM MON     0.13
BRYCE CANYON AIRPORT - 7585 FT           8 PM MON     0.11
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              7 PM MON     0.11
LAVA POINT RAWS - 7890 FT                8 PM MON     0.05
BRYCE CANYON - 7855 FT                   8 PM MON     0.05
ASSAY - 8100 FT                          8 PM MON     0.05
LARB HOLLOW - 8490 FT                    8 PM MON     0.04
COAL CREEK NEAR CEDAR CITY 3E - 6017 FT  8 PM MON     0.03
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 7 PM MON     0.03

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         8 PM MON     0.04
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    7 PM MON     0.02

$$


000
NOUS45 KPUB 042306
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-050006

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
506 PM MDT MON MAY 4 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 68
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 55
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... T

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 64
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 48
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.09

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 64
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 33
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... T


$$


000
NOUS45 KPUB 042306
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-050006

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
506 PM MDT MON MAY 4 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 68
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 55
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... T

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 64
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 48
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.09

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 64
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 33
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... T


$$


000
NOUS45 KPUB 042306
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-050006

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
506 PM MDT MON MAY 4 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 68
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 55
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... T

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 64
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 48
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.09

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 64
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 33
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... T


$$


000
NOUS45 KPUB 042306
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-050006

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
506 PM MDT MON MAY 4 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 68
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 55
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... T

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 64
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 48
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.09

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 64
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 33
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... T


$$


000
NOUS45 KPUB 042306
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-050006

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
506 PM MDT MON MAY 4 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 68
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 55
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... T

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 64
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 48
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.09

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 64
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 33
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... T


$$


000
NOUS45 KPUB 042306
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-050006

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
506 PM MDT MON MAY 4 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 68
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 55
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... T

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 64
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 48
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.09

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 64
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 33
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... T


$$



000
NOUS45 KGJT 042024
PNSGJT

NOUS45 KGJT DDHHMM
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
1252 PM MDT MON MAY 4 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION REPORTS FROM
WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH, ENDING AROUND 8 AM MONDAY. THE
FIRST VALUE IS RAINFALL OR WATER AMOUNTS IN SNOW, AND THE SECOND
VALUE IS SNOWFALL, WHEN APPROPRIATE. AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.


WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH 24 HOUR STATIONS:

ASPEN,                                   0.07.
MEEKER,                                  0.14.
RIFLE,                                   0.24.


OFFICIAL CLIMATE STATIONS OF WESTERN COLORADO:

2 MILES SOUTHWEST OF COLLBRAN,           0.18.
CRESTED BUTTE,                           0.14.
3 MILES SOUTHWEST OF GUNNISON,           0.40.
MESA VERDE NATIONAL PARK,                0.15.
2 MILES NORTH OF PARADOX,                0.03.
3 MILES NORTHEAST OF RIFLE,              0.21.


OFFICIAL CLIMATE STATIONS OF EASTERN UTAH:

CANYONLANDS-THE NECK DISTRICT,           0.01.
1 MILE SOUTHEAST OF CASTLE VALLEY,       0.01.
MONTICELLO #2,                           0.09.


UNOFFICIAL STATIONS:

33 MILES NORTH OF CRAIG,                 0.03.
COLLBRAN,                                0.11.
GOTHIC,                                  0.24,     2.5.
1 MILE EAST OF MESA,                     0.06.
1 MILE EAST OF SILT,                     0.28.
1 MILE SOUTHEAST OF STEAMBOAT SPRINGS,   0.02.
2 MILES NORTH OF WOLCOTT,                0.03.
15 MILES WEST OF BARBE,                  0.06.
4 MILES NORTHEAST OF CEDAREDGE,          0.05.


CLIMATE REFERENCE NETWORK SITES OF WESTERN COLORADO:

8 MILES SOUTHEAST OF CORTEZ,             0.25.
30 MILES NORTH OF CRAIG,                 0.03.
15 MILES WEST OF MEEKER,                 0.06.


CLIMATE REFERENCE NETWORK SITES OF EASTERN UTAH:

32 MILES NORTHWEST OF BLUFF,             0.02.


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

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

COLORADO

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N    2.5   700 AM  5/04  COCORAHS


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

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

COLORADO

...ARCHULETA COUNTY...
   PAGOSA SPRINGS 1.6 S  0.39   746 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   PAGOSA SPRINGS 4.2 W  0.08   710 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   PAGOSA SPRINGS 2.5 W  0.03   716 AM  5/04  COCORAHS

...DELTA COUNTY...
   ECKERT 1.1 SW         0.03   709 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   DELTA 1.6 ESE         0.02   817 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 5.1 WNW     0.01   736 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 7.1 WNW     0.01   726 AM  5/04  COCORAHS

...EAGLE COUNTY...
   VAIL 0.9 WNW          0.39   633 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2.3 N         0.03   716 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   GYPSUM 1.9 SSW        0.02   709 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 5.7 E      0.02   721 AM  5/04  COCORAHS

...GARFIELD COUNTY...
   RIFLE .96 NNW         0.26   858 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   RIFLE 3.2 ENE         0.21   712 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   RIFLE 0.9 NE          0.19   824 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 0.3 WNW    0.01   631 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPRINGS .64  0.01   753 AM  5/04  COCORAHS

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   PARLIN 2.7 ESE        0.24   737 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N   0.24   700 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   PITKIN 1.1 SW         0.21  1003 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   POWDERHORN 4.4 NNE    0.17   942 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   CIMARRON 11.2 S       0.17   609 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 6.6 N        0.15   636 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   DOYLEVILLE 2.1 W      0.10   741 AM  5/04  COCORAHS

...LA PLATA COUNTY...
   HESPERUS 5.7 SW       0.25   710 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   REDMESA 4.2 NW        0.02   757 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 6.9 S        0.01   733 AM  5/04  COCORAHS

...MESA COUNTY...
   GRAND JUNCTION 3.9 W  0.01   755 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 4.1 W  0.01   721 AM  5/04  COCORAHS

...MOFFAT COUNTY...
   CRAIG                 0.06   100 AM  5/04  AVIATION SITE

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   MONTROSE 8.1 WNW      0.10   807 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.2 WSW      0.08   842 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.0 SSE      0.06   507 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.9 ESE      0.04   702 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.9 ESE      0.03   658 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.2 ESE      0.02   659 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.3 ENE      0.02   838 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.0 E        0.01   810 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 4.0 NW       0.01   824 AM  5/04  COCORAHS

...OURAY COUNTY...
   RIDGWAY 3.3 NNW       0.03   719 AM  5/04  COCORAHS

...PITKIN COUNTY...
   ASPEN                 0.02   100 AM  5/04  AVIATION SITE

...ROUTT COUNTY...
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 1.  0.04   919 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   YAMPA 5.1 S           0.04   651 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 0.  0.03   743 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 6.  0.03   716 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   OAK CREEK 5.5 E       0.02   800 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 1   0.02   754 AM  5/04  COCORAHS

UTAH

...GRAND COUNTY...
   MOAB 3.7 ESE          0.01   705 AM  5/04  COCORAHS

...SAN JUAN COUNTY...
   MONTICELLO 2.3 SW     0.25   815 AM  5/04  COCORAHS

MMS

$$


000
NOUS45 KGJT 042024
PNSGJT

NOUS45 KGJT DDHHMM
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
1252 PM MDT MON MAY 4 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION REPORTS FROM
WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH, ENDING AROUND 8 AM MONDAY. THE
FIRST VALUE IS RAINFALL OR WATER AMOUNTS IN SNOW, AND THE SECOND
VALUE IS SNOWFALL, WHEN APPROPRIATE. AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.


WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH 24 HOUR STATIONS:

ASPEN,                                   0.07.
MEEKER,                                  0.14.
RIFLE,                                   0.24.


OFFICIAL CLIMATE STATIONS OF WESTERN COLORADO:

2 MILES SOUTHWEST OF COLLBRAN,           0.18.
CRESTED BUTTE,                           0.14.
3 MILES SOUTHWEST OF GUNNISON,           0.40.
MESA VERDE NATIONAL PARK,                0.15.
2 MILES NORTH OF PARADOX,                0.03.
3 MILES NORTHEAST OF RIFLE,              0.21.


OFFICIAL CLIMATE STATIONS OF EASTERN UTAH:

CANYONLANDS-THE NECK DISTRICT,           0.01.
1 MILE SOUTHEAST OF CASTLE VALLEY,       0.01.
MONTICELLO #2,                           0.09.


UNOFFICIAL STATIONS:

33 MILES NORTH OF CRAIG,                 0.03.
COLLBRAN,                                0.11.
GOTHIC,                                  0.24,     2.5.
1 MILE EAST OF MESA,                     0.06.
1 MILE EAST OF SILT,                     0.28.
1 MILE SOUTHEAST OF STEAMBOAT SPRINGS,   0.02.
2 MILES NORTH OF WOLCOTT,                0.03.
15 MILES WEST OF BARBE,                  0.06.
4 MILES NORTHEAST OF CEDAREDGE,          0.05.


CLIMATE REFERENCE NETWORK SITES OF WESTERN COLORADO:

8 MILES SOUTHEAST OF CORTEZ,             0.25.
30 MILES NORTH OF CRAIG,                 0.03.
15 MILES WEST OF MEEKER,                 0.06.


CLIMATE REFERENCE NETWORK SITES OF EASTERN UTAH:

32 MILES NORTHWEST OF BLUFF,             0.02.


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

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

COLORADO

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N    2.5   700 AM  5/04  COCORAHS


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

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

COLORADO

...ARCHULETA COUNTY...
   PAGOSA SPRINGS 1.6 S  0.39   746 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   PAGOSA SPRINGS 4.2 W  0.08   710 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   PAGOSA SPRINGS 2.5 W  0.03   716 AM  5/04  COCORAHS

...DELTA COUNTY...
   ECKERT 1.1 SW         0.03   709 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   DELTA 1.6 ESE         0.02   817 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 5.1 WNW     0.01   736 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 7.1 WNW     0.01   726 AM  5/04  COCORAHS

...EAGLE COUNTY...
   VAIL 0.9 WNW          0.39   633 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2.3 N         0.03   716 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   GYPSUM 1.9 SSW        0.02   709 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 5.7 E      0.02   721 AM  5/04  COCORAHS

...GARFIELD COUNTY...
   RIFLE .96 NNW         0.26   858 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   RIFLE 3.2 ENE         0.21   712 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   RIFLE 0.9 NE          0.19   824 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 0.3 WNW    0.01   631 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPRINGS .64  0.01   753 AM  5/04  COCORAHS

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   PARLIN 2.7 ESE        0.24   737 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N   0.24   700 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   PITKIN 1.1 SW         0.21  1003 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   POWDERHORN 4.4 NNE    0.17   942 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   CIMARRON 11.2 S       0.17   609 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   GUNNISON 6.6 N        0.15   636 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   DOYLEVILLE 2.1 W      0.10   741 AM  5/04  COCORAHS

...LA PLATA COUNTY...
   HESPERUS 5.7 SW       0.25   710 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   REDMESA 4.2 NW        0.02   757 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 6.9 S        0.01   733 AM  5/04  COCORAHS

...MESA COUNTY...
   GRAND JUNCTION 3.9 W  0.01   755 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION 4.1 W  0.01   721 AM  5/04  COCORAHS

...MOFFAT COUNTY...
   CRAIG                 0.06   100 AM  5/04  AVIATION SITE

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   MONTROSE 8.1 WNW      0.10   807 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.2 WSW      0.08   842 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.0 SSE      0.06   507 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.9 ESE      0.04   702 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.9 ESE      0.03   658 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.2 ESE      0.02   659 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.3 ENE      0.02   838 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.0 E        0.01   810 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 4.0 NW       0.01   824 AM  5/04  COCORAHS

...OURAY COUNTY...
   RIDGWAY 3.3 NNW       0.03   719 AM  5/04  COCORAHS

...PITKIN COUNTY...
   ASPEN                 0.02   100 AM  5/04  AVIATION SITE

...ROUTT COUNTY...
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 1.  0.04   919 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   YAMPA 5.1 S           0.04   651 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 0.  0.03   743 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 6.  0.03   716 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   OAK CREEK 5.5 E       0.02   800 AM  5/04  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 1   0.02   754 AM  5/04  COCORAHS

UTAH

...GRAND COUNTY...
   MOAB 3.7 ESE          0.01   705 AM  5/04  COCORAHS

...SAN JUAN COUNTY...
   MONTICELLO 2.3 SW     0.25   815 AM  5/04  COCORAHS

MMS

$$



000
NOUS41 KALY 041915
PNSALY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBANY NY
315 PM EDT MON MAY 4 2015

...CHANGE TO FLOOD WARNING AND FORECAST SERVICES...

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 /NWS/ CUSTOMERS
        AND PARTNERS...NWS EMPLOYEES

FROM: RAYMOND G. OKEEFE
    METEOROLOGIST IN CHARGE
        NWS ALBANY NEW YORK

SUBJECT: NWS SCHOHARIE RESERVOIR WARNING SERVICES MOVING FROM
GILBOA DAM GAGING STATION TO DOWNSTREAM STATION AT GILBOA BRIDGE

DUE TO A CHANGE IN THE WAY THE NEW YORK CITY DEPARTMENT OF
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION (NYCDEP) IS ABLE TO OPERATE THE
SCHOHARIE RESERVOIR...THE CURRENTLY ESTABLISHED FLOOD STAGE AT
THE SCHOHARIE CREEK AT GILBOA DAM (GILN6) RIVER FORECAST POINT IS
NO LONGER A CONSISTENT INDICATOR OF DOWNSTREAM FLOOD IMPACTS.

AS A RESULT...WHILE FORECASTS OF POOL ELEVATIONS WILL STILL BE
PROVIDED BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE (NWS)...FLOOD WARNINGS
WILL NO LONGER BE ISSUED FOR THIS POINT. INSTEAD...THE RIVER GAGING
STATION JUST DOWNSTREAM OF THE SCHOHARIE RESERVOIR...SCHOHARIE
CREEK AT GILBOA BRIDGE (GBRN6) WILL BE USED AS THE PRIMARY INDICATOR
FOR DOWNSTREAM FLOOD IMPACTS.

CURRENT FLOOD STAGE ON SCHOHARIE CREEK AT GILBOA BRIDGE (GBRN6) IS
20 FEET AND ACTION STAGE IS 18 FEET. AS PART OF THIS SERVICE
COORDINATION EFFORT...THESE WERE DETERMINED TO BE TOO HIGH TO
ACCURATELY DEPICT DOWNSTREAM FLOOD IMPACTS. THUS...CONCURRENTLY WITH
THE MOVE IN WARNING SERVICES...FLOOD CATEGORIES WILL BE LOWERED. NEW
FLOOD CATEGORIES AT GILBOA BRIDGE WILL BE:

ACTION STAGE15 FEET
FLOOD STAGE17 FEET
MODERATE FLOOD STAGE19 FEET
MAJOR FLOOD STAGE22 FEET

FLOOD WARNING SERVICES FOR GILBOA DAM NEW YORK (GILN6) WILL BE MOVED
TO SCHOHARIE CREEK AT GILBOA BRIDGE (GBRN6) AT 8 AM EASTERN DAYLIGHT
TIME ON WEDNESDAY JUNE 3 2015. THE ABOVE NEW FLOOD CATEGORIES WILL
ALSO GO INTO EFFECT AT THIS TIME.

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WELCOMES PUBLIC FEEDBACK. IF YOU HAVE
ANY QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS ON THIS CHANGE...PLEASE CONTACT:

BRITT E. WESTERGARD
SENIOR SERVICE HYDROLOGIST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBANY NEW YORK
251 FULLER ROAD SUITE B300
ALBANY, NEW YORK 12203

EMAIL: BRITT.WESTERGARD@NOAA.GOV

PHONE: 518-435-9571 X234

$$

WESTERGARD


000
NOUS41 KALY 041915
PNSALY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBANY NY
315 PM EDT MON MAY 4 2015

...CHANGE TO FLOOD WARNING AND FORECAST SERVICES...

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 /NWS/ CUSTOMERS
        AND PARTNERS...NWS EMPLOYEES

FROM: RAYMOND G. OKEEFE
    METEOROLOGIST IN CHARGE
        NWS ALBANY NEW YORK

SUBJECT: NWS SCHOHARIE RESERVOIR WARNING SERVICES MOVING FROM
GILBOA DAM GAGING STATION TO DOWNSTREAM STATION AT GILBOA BRIDGE

DUE TO A CHANGE IN THE WAY THE NEW YORK CITY DEPARTMENT OF
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION (NYCDEP) IS ABLE TO OPERATE THE
SCHOHARIE RESERVOIR...THE CURRENTLY ESTABLISHED FLOOD STAGE AT
THE SCHOHARIE CREEK AT GILBOA DAM (GILN6) RIVER FORECAST POINT IS
NO LONGER A CONSISTENT INDICATOR OF DOWNSTREAM FLOOD IMPACTS.

AS A RESULT...WHILE FORECASTS OF POOL ELEVATIONS WILL STILL BE
PROVIDED BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE (NWS)...FLOOD WARNINGS
WILL NO LONGER BE ISSUED FOR THIS POINT. INSTEAD...THE RIVER GAGING
STATION JUST DOWNSTREAM OF THE SCHOHARIE RESERVOIR...SCHOHARIE
CREEK AT GILBOA BRIDGE (GBRN6) WILL BE USED AS THE PRIMARY INDICATOR
FOR DOWNSTREAM FLOOD IMPACTS.

CURRENT FLOOD STAGE ON SCHOHARIE CREEK AT GILBOA BRIDGE (GBRN6) IS
20 FEET AND ACTION STAGE IS 18 FEET. AS PART OF THIS SERVICE
COORDINATION EFFORT...THESE WERE DETERMINED TO BE TOO HIGH TO
ACCURATELY DEPICT DOWNSTREAM FLOOD IMPACTS. THUS...CONCURRENTLY WITH
THE MOVE IN WARNING SERVICES...FLOOD CATEGORIES WILL BE LOWERED. NEW
FLOOD CATEGORIES AT GILBOA BRIDGE WILL BE:

ACTION STAGE15 FEET
FLOOD STAGE17 FEET
MODERATE FLOOD STAGE19 FEET
MAJOR FLOOD STAGE22 FEET

FLOOD WARNING SERVICES FOR GILBOA DAM NEW YORK (GILN6) WILL BE MOVED
TO SCHOHARIE CREEK AT GILBOA BRIDGE (GBRN6) AT 8 AM EASTERN DAYLIGHT
TIME ON WEDNESDAY JUNE 3 2015. THE ABOVE NEW FLOOD CATEGORIES WILL
ALSO GO INTO EFFECT AT THIS TIME.

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WELCOMES PUBLIC FEEDBACK. IF YOU HAVE
ANY QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS ON THIS CHANGE...PLEASE CONTACT:

BRITT E. WESTERGARD
SENIOR SERVICE HYDROLOGIST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBANY NEW YORK
251 FULLER ROAD SUITE B300
ALBANY, NEW YORK 12203

EMAIL: BRITT.WESTERGARD@NOAA.GOV

PHONE: 518-435-9571 X234

$$

WESTERGARD


000
NOUS41 KALY 041915
PNSALY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBANY NY
315 PM EDT MON MAY 4 2015

...CHANGE TO FLOOD WARNING AND FORECAST SERVICES...

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 /NWS/ CUSTOMERS
        AND PARTNERS...NWS EMPLOYEES

FROM: RAYMOND G. OKEEFE
    METEOROLOGIST IN CHARGE
        NWS ALBANY NEW YORK

SUBJECT: NWS SCHOHARIE RESERVOIR WARNING SERVICES MOVING FROM
GILBOA DAM GAGING STATION TO DOWNSTREAM STATION AT GILBOA BRIDGE

DUE TO A CHANGE IN THE WAY THE NEW YORK CITY DEPARTMENT OF
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION (NYCDEP) IS ABLE TO OPERATE THE
SCHOHARIE RESERVOIR...THE CURRENTLY ESTABLISHED FLOOD STAGE AT
THE SCHOHARIE CREEK AT GILBOA DAM (GILN6) RIVER FORECAST POINT IS
NO LONGER A CONSISTENT INDICATOR OF DOWNSTREAM FLOOD IMPACTS.

AS A RESULT...WHILE FORECASTS OF POOL ELEVATIONS WILL STILL BE
PROVIDED BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE (NWS)...FLOOD WARNINGS
WILL NO LONGER BE ISSUED FOR THIS POINT. INSTEAD...THE RIVER GAGING
STATION JUST DOWNSTREAM OF THE SCHOHARIE RESERVOIR...SCHOHARIE
CREEK AT GILBOA BRIDGE (GBRN6) WILL BE USED AS THE PRIMARY INDICATOR
FOR DOWNSTREAM FLOOD IMPACTS.

CURRENT FLOOD STAGE ON SCHOHARIE CREEK AT GILBOA BRIDGE (GBRN6) IS
20 FEET AND ACTION STAGE IS 18 FEET. AS PART OF THIS SERVICE
COORDINATION EFFORT...THESE WERE DETERMINED TO BE TOO HIGH TO
ACCURATELY DEPICT DOWNSTREAM FLOOD IMPACTS. THUS...CONCURRENTLY WITH
THE MOVE IN WARNING SERVICES...FLOOD CATEGORIES WILL BE LOWERED. NEW
FLOOD CATEGORIES AT GILBOA BRIDGE WILL BE:

ACTION STAGE15 FEET
FLOOD STAGE17 FEET
MODERATE FLOOD STAGE19 FEET
MAJOR FLOOD STAGE22 FEET

FLOOD WARNING SERVICES FOR GILBOA DAM NEW YORK (GILN6) WILL BE MOVED
TO SCHOHARIE CREEK AT GILBOA BRIDGE (GBRN6) AT 8 AM EASTERN DAYLIGHT
TIME ON WEDNESDAY JUNE 3 2015. THE ABOVE NEW FLOOD CATEGORIES WILL
ALSO GO INTO EFFECT AT THIS TIME.

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WELCOMES PUBLIC FEEDBACK. IF YOU HAVE
ANY QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS ON THIS CHANGE...PLEASE CONTACT:

BRITT E. WESTERGARD
SENIOR SERVICE HYDROLOGIST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBANY NEW YORK
251 FULLER ROAD SUITE B300
ALBANY, NEW YORK 12203

EMAIL: BRITT.WESTERGARD@NOAA.GOV

PHONE: 518-435-9571 X234

$$

WESTERGARD



000
NOUS45 KBOU 041804
PNSBOU

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DENVER/BOULDER CO
1200 PM MDT MON MAY 04 2015

...DENVER METRO AREA SNOWFALL REPORTS...

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

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

DENVER INTL AIRPORT      0.0           0.0             53.8
THROUGH 6 AM

DENVER-STAPLETON         0.0           0.0             54.1
THROUGH 6 AM

DENVER CITY PARK         0.0           0.0             55.7
THROUGH MIDNIGHT

EVERGREEN                0.0           0.0             77.5
THROUGH 8 AM

NORTH LONGMONT           0.0           0.0             46.0
THROUGH 7 AM

WHEAT RIDGE              0.0           0.0             70.0
THROUGH 7 AM

$$


000
NOUS45 KBOU 041804
PNSBOU

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DENVER/BOULDER CO
1200 PM MDT MON MAY 04 2015

...DENVER METRO AREA SNOWFALL REPORTS...

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

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

DENVER INTL AIRPORT      0.0           0.0             53.8
THROUGH 6 AM

DENVER-STAPLETON         0.0           0.0             54.1
THROUGH 6 AM

DENVER CITY PARK         0.0           0.0             55.7
THROUGH MIDNIGHT

EVERGREEN                0.0           0.0             77.5
THROUGH 8 AM

NORTH LONGMONT           0.0           0.0             46.0
THROUGH 7 AM

WHEAT RIDGE              0.0           0.0             70.0
THROUGH 7 AM

$$



000
NOUS43 KJKL 041625
PNSJKL
KYZ107-110-113-118>120-111515-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
1225 PM EDT MON MAY 4 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 STARTING THIS
MORNING...MONDAY...MAY 4TH...AND CONTINUING THROUGH NEXT WEEK 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 STARTING WEDNESDAY...MAY 6TH AND WILL CONTINUE DURING 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...

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

KIH40 OUT OF  HAZARD ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.475 MHZ...

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

AND WWG28 OUT OF PAINTSVILLE ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.525 MHZ.

WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE THAT THIS MAY CAUSE.

$$

TAB


000
NOUS43 KJKL 041625
PNSJKL
KYZ107-110-113-118>120-111515-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
1225 PM EDT MON MAY 4 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 STARTING THIS
MORNING...MONDAY...MAY 4TH...AND CONTINUING THROUGH NEXT WEEK 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 STARTING WEDNESDAY...MAY 6TH AND WILL CONTINUE DURING 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...

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

KIH40 OUT OF  HAZARD ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.475 MHZ...

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

AND WWG28 OUT OF PAINTSVILLE ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.525 MHZ.

WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE THAT THIS MAY CAUSE.

$$

TAB



000
NOUS43 KLOT 041521
PNSLOT

PNSLOT
ILZ003>006-008-010>014-019>023-032-033-039-INZ001-002-
010-011-019-052300-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHICAGO IL
1020 AM CDT MON MAY 04 2015

...MORNING RAINFALL ROUNDUP...

   THE FOLLOWING ARE RAIN AMOUNTS FOR THE PREVIOUS 24-HOURS
   AS MEASURED IN THE MORNING BY NWS COOPERATIVE OBSERVERS
   AND COCORAHS OBSERVERS.
   OBSERVATIONS ARE USUALLY TAKEN BETWEEN 6 AND 8 AM.

   24-HOUR RAINFALL AMOUNTS
       FOR MONDAY(05/04/15)...


ILLINOIS                                       RAIN
  LOCATION (COUNTY):                           FALL (IN)

  DIXON 2SW (LEE)..............................1.17
  DIXON 3NNW (LEE).............................1.16
  POLO (OGLE)..................................1.16
  STERLING 4NE (LEE)...........................1.12
  DIXON (LEE)..................................1.07
  BYRON 3N (OGLE)..............................1.03
  ELBURN (KANE)................................0.96
  ELBURN (KANE)................................0.89
  STREATOR 1WSW (LA SALLE).....................0.89
  DE KALB (DE KALB)............................0.86
  ST. CHARLES 6NW (KANE).......................0.79
  PECATONICA 2S (WINNEBAGO)....................0.78
  BARRINGTON (LAKE)............................0.77
  DE KALB (DE KALB)............................0.76
  ALGONQUIN 1N (MCHENRY).......................0.73
  ASHTON (LEE).................................0.71
  MALTA (DE KALB)..............................0.69
  LA SALLE (LA SALLE)..........................0.69
  CORTLAND (DE KALB)...........................0.67
  ROCHELLE (OGLE)..............................0.66
  ELBURN 3NNE (KANE)...........................0.65
  ROCKFORD 3NE (WINNEBAGO).....................0.63
  ROSCOE 2ESE (WINNEBAGO)......................0.62
  ROSCOE 2SE (WINNEBAGO).......................0.62
  OGLESBY 0.4N (LA SALLE)......................0.60
  MACHESNEY PARK 3ENE (WINNEBAGO)..............0.59
  ROCKFORD (WINNEBAGO).........................0.59
  STREATOR 4ENE (LA SALLE).....................0.58
  ROCKFORD 1NW (WINNEBAGO).....................0.58
  BARTLETT 1SE (DU PAGE).......................0.57
  MAZON 0.5ENE (GRUNDY)........................0.57
  AMBOY (LEE)..................................0.56
  CAPRON (BOONE)...............................0.54
  AMBOY (LEE)..................................0.53
  GENEVA 2ENE (KANE)...........................0.53
  GENOA (DE KALB)..............................0.51
  CHATSWORTH (LIVINGSTON)......................0.50
  SCHAUMBURG 3WSW (COOK).......................0.50
  CHATSWORTH (LIVINGSTON)......................0.50
  COAL CITY (GRUNDY)...........................0.49
  ROLLING MEADOWS 1ESE (COOK)..................0.47
  PERU (LA SALLE)..............................0.47
  ELK GROVE VILLAGE 2WSW (COOK)................0.46
  BATAVIA 1WNW (KANE)..........................0.46
  DWIGHT (LIVINGSTON)..........................0.45
  HOFFMAN ESTATES 5W (COOK)....................0.45
  WEST CHICAGO (DU PAGE).......................0.44
  ELK GROVE VILLAGE 1ESE (COOK)................0.44
  GENEVA 1SSW (KANE)...........................0.44
  OHARE (COOK).................................0.42
  BONFIELD 4NNE (KANKAKEE).....................0.41
  BATAVIA (KANE)...............................0.40
  OAK PARK 2S (COOK)...........................0.40
  ELMHURST 1ESE (DU PAGE)......................0.40
  DWIGHT 4NNW (GRUNDY).........................0.40
  ELGIN 2W (KANE)..............................0.40
  ARLINGTON HEIGHTS 1SW (COOK).................0.39
  OAK PARK 1SW (COOK)..........................0.38
  CAROL STREAM (DU PAGE).......................0.38
  STEWARD (LEE)................................0.38
  ELGIN (KANE).................................0.37
  ELGIN 1S (KANE)..............................0.37
  ROCHELLE (OGLE)..............................0.37
  OAK PARK 1NNE (COOK).........................0.36
  SENECA 2SSW (LA SALLE).......................0.36
  PARK RIDGE 1WNW (COOK).......................0.35
  GIBSON 2SW (FORD)............................0.35
  NORTH AURORA 2NE (KANE)......................0.34
  WOODSTOCK 4SW (MCHENRY)......................0.34
  CHICAGO 6ESE (COOK)..........................0.33
  BRACEVILLE (GRUNDY)..........................0.33
  KANKAKEE (KANKAKEE)..........................0.33
  ROGERS PARK 2SW (COOK).......................0.32
  MORRIS 2SSE (GRUNDY).........................0.32
  BULL VALLEY 2WNW (MCHENRY)...................0.32
  PARK RIDGE (COOK)............................0.31
  PARK RIDGE 1ENE (COOK).......................0.31
  WINFIELD (DU PAGE)...........................0.31
  HARWOOD HEIGHTS 2NNE (COOK)..................0.30
  ELGIN 2WNW (KANE)............................0.30
  MARSEILLES 6WNW (LA SALLE)...................0.30
  WONDER LAKE 1WNW (MCHENRY)...................0.30
  OTTAWA (LA SALLE)............................0.30
  LINCOLNWOOD 2E (COOK)........................0.29
  ELMHURST 2SE (DU PAGE).......................0.29
  ASHKUM 5.6E (IROQUOIS).......................0.29
  LAKE VILLA 2WSW (LAKE).......................0.29
  HEBRON (MCHENRY).............................0.28
  MORRIS 1SW (GRUNDY)..........................0.28
  LAKE VILLA 1SSW (LAKE).......................0.28
  HARVARD 3SSE (MCHENRY).......................0.28
  MARSEILLES (LA SALLE)........................0.28
  ANTIOCH 3WSW (LAKE)..........................0.27
  ELGIN (KANE).................................0.26
  CHICAGO 5NE (COOK)...........................0.26
  ELWOOD 5NE (WILL)............................0.26
  MILFORD (IROQUOIS)...........................0.26
  MORRIS (GRUNDY)..............................0.26
  PONTIAC (LIVINGSTON).........................0.26
  AURORA (KANE)................................0.25
  GENEVA 4WSW (KANE)...........................0.25
  BEACH PARK 1W (LAKE).........................0.25
  LAKE BLUFF 1W (LAKE).........................0.25
  WILMINGTON 3SE (WILL)........................0.25
  WILMINGTON 6NW (WILL)........................0.25
  MORRIS 6ESE (GRUNDY).........................0.24
  BONFIELD 4WSW (KANKAKEE).....................0.24
  BUFFALO GROVE 2N (LAKE)......................0.24
  LAKEMOOR 2NW (MCHENRY).......................0.24
  PONTIAC (LIVINGSTON).........................0.24
  WOODSTOCK 5NW (MCHENRY)......................0.24
  BOTANIC GARDENS (COOK).......................0.23
  RIVERWOODS (LAKE)............................0.23
  ROUND LAKE 2WNW (LAKE).......................0.23
  MCHENRY (MCHENRY)............................0.23
  WAUKEGAN (LAKE)..............................0.23
  WESTMONT (DU PAGE)...........................0.23
  LA GRANGE PARK 1SSW (COOK)...................0.22
  GLEN ELLYN 1NE (DU PAGE).....................0.22
  WINTHROP HARBOR (LAKE).......................0.22
  HIGHWOOD 1S (LAKE)...........................0.22
  FOX LAKE 2SE (LAKE)..........................0.22
  LAKE ZURICH (LAKE)...........................0.22
  CHICAGO 5NNW (COOK)..........................0.21
  GLENCOE (COOK)...............................0.21
  GURNEE 2NE (LAKE)............................0.21
  LAKE FOREST 2NNE (LAKE)......................0.21
  WINTHROP HARBOR 1SSW (LAKE)..................0.21
  LAKEMOOR 2SE (LAKE)..........................0.21
  WHEELING (COOK)..............................0.21
  BOLINGBROOK 3NE (DU PAGE)....................0.20
  DOWNERS GROVE 0.4NNE (DU PAGE)...............0.20
  GLEN ELLYN 2SSE (DU PAGE)....................0.20
  BURR RIDGE 2SW (DU PAGE).....................0.20
  LINCOLNSHIRE 1.3WSW (LAKE)...................0.20
  WOODSTOCK 1SSW (MCHENRY).....................0.20
  BEECHER 3ENE (WILL)..........................0.20
  MIDWAY (COOK)................................0.20
  BOURBONNAIS (KANKAKEE).......................0.19
  MONTGOMERY 1SSE (KENDALL)....................0.19
  BOURBONNAIS 2NNE (KANKAKEE)..................0.19
  WAUKEGAN 2N (LAKE)...........................0.19
  MUNDELEIN 2WNW (LAKE)........................0.19
  OTTAWA 2N (LA SALLE).........................0.19
  CHENOA 4NNW (LIVINGSTON).....................0.19
  PONTIAC 1SE (LIVINGSTON).....................0.19
  PLAINFIELD 3SE (WILL)........................0.19
  OAK LAWN 2WNW (COOK).........................0.18
  GIBSON 3WNW (FORD)...........................0.18
  GIBSON 6NE (FORD)............................0.18
  SUGAR GROVE 1NE (KANE).......................0.18
  MUNDELEIN (LAKE).............................0.18
  PLAINFIELD 2SSE (WILL).......................0.18
  MUNDELEIN (LAKE).............................0.18
  PAW PAW (LEE)................................0.18
  LISLE MORTON ARB (DU PAGE)...................0.18
  OAK LAWN (COOK)..............................0.17
  NAPERVILLE 2ESE (DU PAGE)....................0.17
  EARLVILLE 3S (LA SALLE)......................0.16
  AURORA 4SE (DU PAGE).........................0.16
  CRETE 3E (WILL)..............................0.16
  CHANNAHON 2SSE (WILL)........................0.16
  AURORA (KANE)................................0.15
  MUNDELEIN 2NW (LAKE).........................0.15
  MIDWAY COOP (COOK)...........................0.15
  ST ANNE (KANKAKEE)...........................0.15
  PLAINFIELD 5SW (KENDALL).....................0.14
  KANKAKEE 3SE (KANKAKEE)......................0.14
  CHANNAHON (WILL).............................0.13
  CHICAGO RIDGE (COOK).........................0.13
  NEW LENOX 2SE (WILL).........................0.12
  NEW LENOX 4SE (WILL).........................0.12
  PLAINFIELD 1SW (WILL)........................0.11
  NAPERVILLE 4SSW (WILL).......................0.11
  ALSIP (COOK).................................0.10
  WORTH (COOK).................................0.10
  MINOOKA (GRUNDY).............................0.10
  PLANO (KENDALL)..............................0.09
  MENDOTA (LA SALLE)...........................0.09
  PLAINFIELD (WILL)............................0.09
  PALOS PARK 1SW (COOK)........................0.08
  MENDOTA 2SE (LA SALLE).......................0.08
  PARK FOREST (COOK)...........................0.08
  FLOSSMOOR (COOK).............................0.07
  PARK FOREST 1SW (COOK).......................0.07
  HOMEWOOD (COOK)..............................0.07
  COAL CITY 3N (GRUNDY)........................0.07
  OSWEGO 5SSE (KENDALL)........................0.07
  LOCKPORT 3ESE (WILL).........................0.07
  ROMEOVILLE (WILL)............................0.07
  KANKAKEE (KANKAKEE)..........................0.06
  JOLIET 3WNW (WILL)...........................0.06
  PEOTONE (WILL)...............................0.06
  JOLIET 2WNW (WILL)...........................0.06
  JOLIET 2N (WILL).............................0.06
  PEOTONE (WILL)...............................0.06
  COAL CITY 4NNW (GRUNDY)......................0.05
  CARBON HILL 3.1N (GRUNDY)....................0.05
  CHEBANSE (KANKAKEE)..........................0.05
  PEOTONE (WILL)...............................0.05
  JOLIET (WILL)................................0.05
  LANSING (COOK)...............................0.05
  ORLAND HILLS 1SE (COOK)......................0.04
  WATSEKA 6.9WNW (IROQUOIS)....................0.04
  MORRIS 5NNW (GRUNDY).........................0.03
  LOCKPORT 1SE (WILL)..........................0.03
  NEW LENOX 3E (WILL)..........................0.02
  JOLIET LOCK/DAM (WILL).......................0.02
  LANSING (COOK)...............................0.01
  EMINGTON 2SSE (LIVINGSTON)...................0.01

INDIANA                                        RAIN
  LOCATION (COUNTY):                           FALL (IN)

  VALPARAISO 6NW (PORTER)......................0.63
  LAKE VILLAGE (NEWTON)........................0.38
  VALPARAISO 2NW (PORTER)......................0.23
  SCHERERVILLE 1E (LAKE).......................0.22
  MOUNT AYR 2NNE (NEWTON)......................0.21
  WHEATFIELD 5W (JASPER).......................0.20
  LOWELL (LAKE)................................0.18
  REMINGTON (JASPER)...........................0.17
  CROWN POINT 1N (LAKE)........................0.12
  ST. JOHN (LAKE)..............................0.12
  CROWN POINT 2WSW (LAKE)......................0.11
  RENSSELAER 2N (JASPER).......................0.10
  LAKES OF THE FOUR SEASONS (PORTER)...........0.09
  CROWN POINT (LAKE)...........................0.08
  DE MOTTE 6S (JASPER).........................0.07
  VALPARAISO 2WNW (PORTER).....................0.07
  REMINGTON (JASPER)...........................0.07
  RENSSELAER (JASPER)..........................0.07
  PORTER 1S (PORTER)...........................0.06
  DE MOTTE 1SSW (JASPER).......................0.05
  VALPARAISO 7WSW (PORTER).....................0.05
  PORTER 1S (PORTER)...........................0.05
  VALPARAISO 6WSW (PORTER).....................0.05
  MOROCCO (NEWTON).............................0.05
  GARY 4SSW (LAKE).............................0.04
  GARY 5ENE (LAKE).............................0.04
  HOBART 1NNW (LAKE)...........................0.04
  RENSSELAER 2SSW (JASPER).....................0.03
  RENSSELAER 5E (JASPER).......................0.03
  KENTLAND 2SSE (NEWTON).......................0.03
  VALPARAISO 1SE (PORTER)......................0.03
  PORTAGE 1ESE (PORTER)........................0.03
  RENSSELAER 5NW (JASPER)......................0.02
  DE MOTTE 4SW (JASPER)........................0.02
  RENSSELAER 4N (JASPER).......................0.02
  VALPARAISO 6SSW (PORTER).....................0.02
  VALPARAISO 4SW (PORTER)......................0.02
  WHEATFIELD 3S (JASPER).......................0.01
  KENTLAND (NEWTON)............................0.01
  DE MOTTE 1NNW (JASPER)......................TRACE
  (W9OPR)WHEATFIELD 1ENE (JASPER).............TRACE
  VALPARAISO (PORTER).........................TRACE

$$



000
NOUS43 KSGF 041430
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-051429

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
929 AM CDT MON MAY 4 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Barry     Roaring River SP       79  54   T
Douglas   Ava                    81  57   0.00
Webster   Niangua                81  56   0.00
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            82  56   T
Benton    Edwards 6W             84  42   0.00
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            81  61   0.00
Morgan    Gravois Mills          83  63   0.00

$$





000
NOUS43 KSGF 041430
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-051429

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
929 AM CDT MON MAY 4 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Barry     Roaring River SP       79  54   T
Douglas   Ava                    81  57   0.00
Webster   Niangua                81  56   0.00
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            82  56   T
Benton    Edwards 6W             84  42   0.00
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            81  61   0.00
Morgan    Gravois Mills          83  63   0.00

$$





000
NOUS43 KSGF 041430
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-051429

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
929 AM CDT MON MAY 4 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Barry     Roaring River SP       79  54   T
Douglas   Ava                    81  57   0.00
Webster   Niangua                81  56   0.00
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            82  56   T
Benton    Edwards 6W             84  42   0.00
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            81  61   0.00
Morgan    Gravois Mills          83  63   0.00

$$






000
NOUS43 KJKL 041333
PNSJKL
KYZ107-110-113-118>120-311515-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
933 AM EDT MON MAY 4 2015

...HAZARD NOAA WEATHER TRANSMITTER WILL HAVE PERIODS OF INTERMITTENT
LOW POWER DUE TO TOWER WORK...

KIH40 FROM HAZARD...WHICH BROADCASTS ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.475
MHZ...WILL HAVE PERIODS OF INTERMITTENT LOW POWER STARTING THIS
MORNING MONDAY...MAY 6TH AND WILL CONTINUE DURING THE NEXT 3 TO 4
WEEKS...WEATHER PERMITTING. THE TRANSMITTER WILL BE SET TO LOW POWER
DUE TO TOWER WORK BEING PERFORMED AND 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. THE
TRANSMITTER WILL BE BACK TO FULL POWER WHEN THE TOWER WORK IS
COMPLETED.

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

WWG81 OUT OF PHELPS ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.500 MHZ...
WWG69 OUT OF PIKEVILLE ON A FREQUENCY OF 162400 MHZ...
WWG26 OUT OF JACKSON ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.425 MHZ...
AND WWG66 OUT OF MANCHESTER ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.400 MHZ...

WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE THAT THIS MAY CAUSE.

$$

TAB


000
NOUS43 KJKL 041333
PNSJKL
KYZ107-110-113-118>120-311515-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
933 AM EDT MON MAY 4 2015

...HAZARD NOAA WEATHER TRANSMITTER WILL HAVE PERIODS OF INTERMITTENT
LOW POWER DUE TO TOWER WORK...

KIH40 FROM HAZARD...WHICH BROADCASTS ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.475
MHZ...WILL HAVE PERIODS OF INTERMITTENT LOW POWER STARTING THIS
MORNING MONDAY...MAY 6TH AND WILL CONTINUE DURING THE NEXT 3 TO 4
WEEKS...WEATHER PERMITTING. THE TRANSMITTER WILL BE SET TO LOW POWER
DUE TO TOWER WORK BEING PERFORMED AND 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. THE
TRANSMITTER WILL BE BACK TO FULL POWER WHEN THE TOWER WORK IS
COMPLETED.

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

WWG81 OUT OF PHELPS ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.500 MHZ...
WWG69 OUT OF PIKEVILLE ON A FREQUENCY OF 162400 MHZ...
WWG26 OUT OF JACKSON ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.425 MHZ...
AND WWG66 OUT OF MANCHESTER ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.400 MHZ...

WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE THAT THIS MAY CAUSE.

$$

TAB


000
NOUS43 KJKL 041333
PNSJKL
KYZ107-110-113-118>120-311515-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
933 AM EDT MON MAY 4 2015

...HAZARD NOAA WEATHER TRANSMITTER WILL HAVE PERIODS OF INTERMITTENT
LOW POWER DUE TO TOWER WORK...

KIH40 FROM HAZARD...WHICH BROADCASTS ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.475
MHZ...WILL HAVE PERIODS OF INTERMITTENT LOW POWER STARTING THIS
MORNING MONDAY...MAY 6TH AND WILL CONTINUE DURING THE NEXT 3 TO 4
WEEKS...WEATHER PERMITTING. THE TRANSMITTER WILL BE SET TO LOW POWER
DUE TO TOWER WORK BEING PERFORMED AND 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. THE
TRANSMITTER WILL BE BACK TO FULL POWER WHEN THE TOWER WORK IS
COMPLETED.

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

WWG81 OUT OF PHELPS ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.500 MHZ...
WWG69 OUT OF PIKEVILLE ON A FREQUENCY OF 162400 MHZ...
WWG26 OUT OF JACKSON ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.425 MHZ...
AND WWG66 OUT OF MANCHESTER ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.400 MHZ...

WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE THAT THIS MAY CAUSE.

$$

TAB


000
NOUS43 KJKL 041333
PNSJKL
KYZ107-110-113-118>120-311515-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
933 AM EDT MON MAY 4 2015

...HAZARD NOAA WEATHER TRANSMITTER WILL HAVE PERIODS OF INTERMITTENT
LOW POWER DUE TO TOWER WORK...

KIH40 FROM HAZARD...WHICH BROADCASTS ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.475
MHZ...WILL HAVE PERIODS OF INTERMITTENT LOW POWER STARTING THIS
MORNING MONDAY...MAY 6TH AND WILL CONTINUE DURING THE NEXT 3 TO 4
WEEKS...WEATHER PERMITTING. THE TRANSMITTER WILL BE SET TO LOW POWER
DUE TO TOWER WORK BEING PERFORMED AND 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. THE
TRANSMITTER WILL BE BACK TO FULL POWER WHEN THE TOWER WORK IS
COMPLETED.

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

WWG81 OUT OF PHELPS ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.500 MHZ...
WWG69 OUT OF PIKEVILLE ON A FREQUENCY OF 162400 MHZ...
WWG26 OUT OF JACKSON ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.425 MHZ...
AND WWG66 OUT OF MANCHESTER ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.400 MHZ...

WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE THAT THIS MAY CAUSE.

$$

TAB


000
NOUS43 KJKL 041324
PNSJKL
KYZ107-110-113-118>120-111515-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
924 AM EDT MON MAY 4 2015

...PIKEVILLE NOAA WEATHER TRANSMITTER WILL HAVE PERIODS
OF INTERMITTENT LOW POWER DUE TO TOWER WORK...

WWG69 FROM PIKEVILLE...WHICH BROADCASTS ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.400
MHZ...WILL HAVE PERIODS OF INTERMITTENT LOW POWER STARTING THIS
MORNING MONDAY...MAY 4TH. THE TOWER THAT THE TRANSMITTER RESIDES AT
WILL BE PAINTED...AND THE TRANSMITTER 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. THE TRANSMITTER WILL BE BACK TO FULL POWER WHEN
PAINTING IS CONCLUDED ON THE 600 FOOT TOWER.

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

WWG81 OUT OF PHELPS ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.500 MHZ...
KIH40 OUT OF HAZARD ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.475 MHZ...
AND WWG28 OUT OF PAINTSVILLE ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.525 MHZ.

WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE THAT THIS MAY CAUSE.

$$

TAB


000
NOUS43 KJKL 041324
PNSJKL
KYZ107-110-113-118>120-111515-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
924 AM EDT MON MAY 4 2015

...PIKEVILLE NOAA WEATHER TRANSMITTER WILL HAVE PERIODS
OF INTERMITTENT LOW POWER DUE TO TOWER WORK...

WWG69 FROM PIKEVILLE...WHICH BROADCASTS ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.400
MHZ...WILL HAVE PERIODS OF INTERMITTENT LOW POWER STARTING THIS
MORNING MONDAY...MAY 4TH. THE TOWER THAT THE TRANSMITTER RESIDES AT
WILL BE PAINTED...AND THE TRANSMITTER 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. THE TRANSMITTER WILL BE BACK TO FULL POWER WHEN
PAINTING IS CONCLUDED ON THE 600 FOOT TOWER.

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

WWG81 OUT OF PHELPS ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.500 MHZ...
KIH40 OUT OF HAZARD ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.475 MHZ...
AND WWG28 OUT OF PAINTSVILLE ON A FREQUENCY OF 162.525 MHZ.

WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE THAT THIS MAY CAUSE.

$$

TAB



000
NOAK47 PAJK 041255
PNSAJK
AKZ025-092345-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JUNEAU AK
500 AM AKDT MON MAY 4 2015

...MENDENHALL RIVER LEVEL READINGS ARE BEING DISCONTINUED...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IS DISCONTINUING OBSERVATIONS AND
FORECASTS OF THE MENDENHALL RIVER STAGE AND FLOW AT THE MENDENHALL
LOOP BRIDGE LOCATION IN JUNEAU. FLOOD INFORMATION ALONG THE
MENDENHALL SYSTEM WILL NOW BE BASED ON THE AUTOMATED MENDENHALL
LAKE GAUGE.

ALL FLOOD STAGE... FLOW MEASUREMENTS... AND IMPACT STATEMENTS FOR
THE MENDENHALL RIVER HAVE BEEN CONVERTED AND UPDATED USING THE
MENDENHALL LAKE READINGS AND ARE AVAILABLE ON THE NWS ADVANCED
HYDROLOGIC PREDICTION SERVICE /AHPS/ WEB PAGE:

HTTP://WATER.WEATHER.GOV/AHPS2/HYDROGRAPH.PHP?WFO=PAJK&GAGE=MNDA2

DURING NORMAL FLOW FROM MENDENHALL LAKE TO MENDENHALL RIVER THERE
IS A STRONG CORRELATION BETWEEN THE WATER LEVEL IN THE LAKE AND
THE WATER LEVEL IN THE RIVER AT MENDENHALL LOOP BRIDGE.
HOWEVER...DURING THE RECORD MENDENHALL RIVER FLOOD ON JULY 12,
2014 THAT RELATIONSHIP PROVED UNRELIABLE. ALTHOUGH THE FORECAST
STAGES FOR THE LAKE LEVEL PROVED TO BE VERY ACCURATE DURING THE
EVENT, THE FORECAST STAGES FOR THE MENDENHALL LOOP BRIDGE LOCATION
WERE NOT AS ACCURATE. WHEN THE MENDENHALL LAKE GAUGE READING
EXCEEDED 8.0 FEET...SOME NEIGHBORHOODS AND THE DREDGE LAKES AREA
UPSTREAM FROM THE BRIDGE EXPERIENCED FLOODING. AT HIGHER FLOWS
THE BRIDGE PILINGS AFFECTED THE OPEN CHANNEL HYDRAULICS AND
CREATED A BACKWATER EFFECT. THE BRIDGE ALSO CAUSED VERY HIGH
STANDING WAVES TO FORM DURING HIGH FLOWS MAKING IT DIFFICULT TO
ACCURATELY MEASURE THE RIVER LEVEL MANUALLY FROM THE BRIDGE.

TYING FLOOD IMPACTS ALONG THE MENDENHALL RIVER TO HIGH WATER
LEVELS AT THE MENDENHALL LAKE GAUGE WILL PROVIDE MORE ACCURATE
INFORMATION FOR RESIDENTS ALONG THE RIVER. THE LAKE GAUGE IS
MAINTAINED THE UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL SURVEY /USGS/.

PLEASE REFER TO THE NWS ADVANCED HYDROLOGIC PREDICTION SERVICE
/AHPS/ WEB PAGE ABOVE FOR MENDENHALL LAKE
OBSERVATIONS...PREDICTIONS...HISTORICAL READINGS... AND IMPACTS
AROUND THE LAKE AND RIVER AT VARIOUS LAKE WATER LEVELS.


$$

NWS JUNEAU
END










000
NOAK47 PAJK 041255
PNSAJK
AKZ025-092345-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JUNEAU AK
500 AM AKDT MON MAY 4 2015

...MENDENHALL RIVER LEVEL READINGS ARE BEING DISCONTINUED...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IS DISCONTINUING OBSERVATIONS AND
FORECASTS OF THE MENDENHALL RIVER STAGE AND FLOW AT THE MENDENHALL
LOOP BRIDGE LOCATION IN JUNEAU. FLOOD INFORMATION ALONG THE
MENDENHALL SYSTEM WILL NOW BE BASED ON THE AUTOMATED MENDENHALL
LAKE GAUGE.

ALL FLOOD STAGE... FLOW MEASUREMENTS... AND IMPACT STATEMENTS FOR
THE MENDENHALL RIVER HAVE BEEN CONVERTED AND UPDATED USING THE
MENDENHALL LAKE READINGS AND ARE AVAILABLE ON THE NWS ADVANCED
HYDROLOGIC PREDICTION SERVICE /AHPS/ WEB PAGE:

HTTP://WATER.WEATHER.GOV/AHPS2/HYDROGRAPH.PHP?WFO=PAJK&GAGE=MNDA2

DURING NORMAL FLOW FROM MENDENHALL LAKE TO MENDENHALL RIVER THERE
IS A STRONG CORRELATION BETWEEN THE WATER LEVEL IN THE LAKE AND
THE WATER LEVEL IN THE RIVER AT MENDENHALL LOOP BRIDGE.
HOWEVER...DURING THE RECORD MENDENHALL RIVER FLOOD ON JULY 12,
2014 THAT RELATIONSHIP PROVED UNRELIABLE. ALTHOUGH THE FORECAST
STAGES FOR THE LAKE LEVEL PROVED TO BE VERY ACCURATE DURING THE
EVENT, THE FORECAST STAGES FOR THE MENDENHALL LOOP BRIDGE LOCATION
WERE NOT AS ACCURATE. WHEN THE MENDENHALL LAKE GAUGE READING
EXCEEDED 8.0 FEET...SOME NEIGHBORHOODS AND THE DREDGE LAKES AREA
UPSTREAM FROM THE BRIDGE EXPERIENCED FLOODING. AT HIGHER FLOWS
THE BRIDGE PILINGS AFFECTED THE OPEN CHANNEL HYDRAULICS AND
CREATED A BACKWATER EFFECT. THE BRIDGE ALSO CAUSED VERY HIGH
STANDING WAVES TO FORM DURING HIGH FLOWS MAKING IT DIFFICULT TO
ACCURATELY MEASURE THE RIVER LEVEL MANUALLY FROM THE BRIDGE.

TYING FLOOD IMPACTS ALONG THE MENDENHALL RIVER TO HIGH WATER
LEVELS AT THE MENDENHALL LAKE GAUGE WILL PROVIDE MORE ACCURATE
INFORMATION FOR RESIDENTS ALONG THE RIVER. THE LAKE GAUGE IS
MAINTAINED THE UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL SURVEY /USGS/.

PLEASE REFER TO THE NWS ADVANCED HYDROLOGIC PREDICTION SERVICE
/AHPS/ WEB PAGE ABOVE FOR MENDENHALL LAKE
OBSERVATIONS...PREDICTIONS...HISTORICAL READINGS... AND IMPACTS
AROUND THE LAKE AND RIVER AT VARIOUS LAKE WATER LEVELS.


$$

NWS JUNEAU
END










000
NOUS43 KGLD 041202
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT MON MAY 04 2015

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

IN 2005, AN ISOLATED THUNDERSTORM PUSHED ACROSS SHERMAN COUNTY IN
KANSAS PRODUCING ABOUT 25 MINUTES OF HAIL AROUND THE GOODLAND AREA.
HAIL REPORTS RANGED FROM DIME TO QUARTER SIZE. THERE WERE ALSO SEVERAL
REPORTS OF VEHICLE ACCIDENTS DUE TO THE SLICK ROADS,  AND OF SNOW PLOWS
CLEARING THE ROADS.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 041202
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT MON MAY 04 2015

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

IN 2005, AN ISOLATED THUNDERSTORM PUSHED ACROSS SHERMAN COUNTY IN
KANSAS PRODUCING ABOUT 25 MINUTES OF HAIL AROUND THE GOODLAND AREA.
HAIL REPORTS RANGED FROM DIME TO QUARTER SIZE. THERE WERE ALSO SEVERAL
REPORTS OF VEHICLE ACCIDENTS DUE TO THE SLICK ROADS,  AND OF SNOW PLOWS
CLEARING THE ROADS.

$$



000
NOUS43 KGLD 041202
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT MON MAY 04 2015

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

IN 2005, AN ISOLATED THUNDERSTORM PUSHED ACROSS SHERMAN COUNTY IN
KANSAS PRODUCING ABOUT 25 MINUTES OF HAIL AROUND THE GOODLAND AREA.
HAIL REPORTS RANGED FROM DIME TO QUARTER SIZE. THERE WERE ALSO SEVERAL
REPORTS OF VEHICLE ACCIDENTS DUE TO THE SLICK ROADS,  AND OF SNOW PLOWS
CLEARING THE ROADS.

$$



000
NOUS43 KGLD 041202
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT MON MAY 04 2015

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

IN 2005, AN ISOLATED THUNDERSTORM PUSHED ACROSS SHERMAN COUNTY IN
KANSAS PRODUCING ABOUT 25 MINUTES OF HAIL AROUND THE GOODLAND AREA.
HAIL REPORTS RANGED FROM DIME TO QUARTER SIZE. THERE WERE ALSO SEVERAL
REPORTS OF VEHICLE ACCIDENTS DUE TO THE SLICK ROADS,  AND OF SNOW PLOWS
CLEARING THE ROADS.

$$


000
NOUS45 KSLC 040246
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
845 PM MDT SUN MAY 3 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS PRECIPITATION AND PEAK WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 8 PM.

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
LOGAN - 4806 FT                          8 PM SUN     0.06
LOGAN RIVER ABV STATE DAM - 4805 FT      8 PM SUN     0.03
LOGAN GOLF - 4808 FT                     8 PM SUN     0.02

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                 8 PM SUN     0.03

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         8 PM SUN     0.04
HERRIMAN - 5062 FT                       8 PM SUN     0.03
ROCKY - 5970 FT                          7 PM SUN     0.03
WEST JORDAN - MSI - 4519 FT              8 PM SUN     0.02
KEARNS - 4613 FT                         8 PM SUN     0.02
MAGNA - 4400 FT                          8 PM SUN     0.02
SOUTH JORDAN - 4551 FT                   8 PM SUN     0.02
TAYLORSVILLE - 4593 FT                   8 PM SUN     0.02
TOOELE - 5070 FT                         5 PM SUN     0.01

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
UTAH LAKE LEHI - 4497 FT                 5 PM SUN     0.01

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                    8 PM SUN     0.06
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        7 PM SUN     0.05
SNOWVILLE - 4560 FT                      8 PM SUN     0.02

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT        8 PM SUN     0.04

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        8 PM SUN     0.22
YELLOWSTONE DRAINAGE - 7800 FT           8 PM SUN     0.03
YELLOWSTONE RIVER NR ALTONAH - 7506 FT   8 PM SUN     0.03

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT            8 PM SUN     0.08

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
PAROWAN 10NW - 5820 FT                   8 PM SUN     0.02

...SOUTH CENTRAL UTAH...
KANAB - 4940 FT                          5 PM SUN     0.10
ESCALANTE - 5810 FT                      5 PM SUN     0.08

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    8 PM SUN     0.07
GRASSY LAKE NR EPHRAIM - 8880 FT         8 PM SUN     0.05

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
BRYCE CANYON AIRPORT - 7585 FT           8 PM SUN     0.13
LOA - 7096 FT                            8 PM SUN     0.09
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              7 PM SUN     0.09
AGUA CANYON - 8890 FT                    8 PM SUN     0.08
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      8 PM SUN     0.04
ASSAY - 8100 FT                          8 PM SUN     0.04
TOM BEST SPRING - 7718 FT                8 PM SUN     0.04

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         8 PM SUN     0.17
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT       8 PM SUN     0.07

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

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
LEGACY PARKWAY - 4215 FT                 2 PM SUN     42 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
VERNON - 5639 FT                         6 PM SUN     45 MPH
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            2 PM SUN     43 MPH
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT         2 PM SUN     41 MPH
UNIVERSITY OF UTAH - 4806 FT             2 PM SUN     40 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT               1 PM SUN     57 MPH
CALLAO - 4530 FT                         1 PM SUN     55 MPH
GROOME - 4223 FT                         4 PM SUN     50 MPH
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT                6 PM SUN     49 MPH
CAMEL BACK MTN - 5077 FT                 6 PM SUN     49 MPH
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        5 PM SUN     48 MPH
ENGLISH VILLAGE - 4788 FT               11 AM SUN     48 MPH
WEST SALT FLATS - 4237 FT               12 PM SUN     47 MPH
JULIET ROAD - 4324 FT                    2 PM SUN     46 MPH
CEDAR MOUNTAIN - 4650 FT                 5 PM SUN     45 MPH
I-80 AT GRASSEY - 4650 FT                7 PM SUN     43 MPH
SR-30 AT CURLEW - 4766 FT                5 PM SUN     43 MPH
I-80 AT MP 29 - 4125 FT                  6 PM SUN     41 MPH
WEST OF WILDCAT MTN - 4259 FT            7 PM SUN     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
I-84 AT DEVILS SLIDE - 5250 FT           3 PM SUN     45 MPH
I-80 AT COALVILLE - 5570 FT              3 PM SUN     40 MPH
I-80 AT SILVER CREEK JCT - 6498 FT       3 PM SUN     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
SR-65 AT BIG MOUNTAIN PASS - 7433 FT     3 PM SUN     56 MPH
OGDEN PEAK - 9570 FT                     2 PM SUN     46 MPH
SR-16 @ MP1 - 6533 FT                    4 PM SUN     43 MPH
GARDEN CITY - 5959 FT                    6 PM SUN     40 MPH
PORTABLE RWIS 5 - 7612 FT                5 PM SUN     40 MPH
POWDER MOUNTAIN - 8897 FT               10 AM SUN     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
CANYONS - CONDOR - 8999 FT               3 PM SUN     50 MPH
CANYONS - LOOKOUT - 8297 FT              3 PM SUN     40 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
OAKLEY - 7800 FT                         3 PM SUN     41 MPH

...CASTLE COUNTRY...
CARBON COUNTY AIRPORT - 5922 FT          1 PM SUN     46 MPH

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
I-70 AT SALINA - 5226 FT                 2 PM SUN     44 MPH

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
OAK CITY - 5135 FT                      12 PM SUN     47 MPH
TULE VALLEY - 5135 FT                   10 AM SUN     40 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     4 PM SUN     40 MPH

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
I-80 EAST OF EVANSTON - 7579 FT          3 PM SUN     49 MPH
CHURCH BUTTE - 6743 FT                   1 PM SUN     48 MPH
LEROY - 6886 FT                          4 PM SUN     41 MPH
FRENCH - 7375 FT                        12 PM SUN     41 MPH
US 189 INTERCHANGE - 6978 FT            12 PM SUN     41 MPH
PAINTER - 6939 FT                       11 AM SUN     41 MPH
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT        11 AM SUN     41 MPH

$$


000
NOUS45 KSLC 040246
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
845 PM MDT SUN MAY 3 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

TODAYS PRECIPITATION AND PEAK WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 8 PM.

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
LOGAN - 4806 FT                          8 PM SUN     0.06
LOGAN RIVER ABV STATE DAM - 4805 FT      8 PM SUN     0.03
LOGAN GOLF - 4808 FT                     8 PM SUN     0.02

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                 8 PM SUN     0.03

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         8 PM SUN     0.04
HERRIMAN - 5062 FT                       8 PM SUN     0.03
ROCKY - 5970 FT                          7 PM SUN     0.03
WEST JORDAN - MSI - 4519 FT              8 PM SUN     0.02
KEARNS - 4613 FT                         8 PM SUN     0.02
MAGNA - 4400 FT                          8 PM SUN     0.02
SOUTH JORDAN - 4551 FT                   8 PM SUN     0.02
TAYLORSVILLE - 4593 FT                   8 PM SUN     0.02
TOOELE - 5070 FT                         5 PM SUN     0.01

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
UTAH LAKE LEHI - 4497 FT                 5 PM SUN     0.01

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
PARK VALLEY - 5535 FT                    8 PM SUN     0.06
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        7 PM SUN     0.05
SNOWVILLE - 4560 FT                      8 PM SUN     0.02

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT        8 PM SUN     0.04

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        8 PM SUN     0.22
YELLOWSTONE DRAINAGE - 7800 FT           8 PM SUN     0.03
YELLOWSTONE RIVER NR ALTONAH - 7506 FT   8 PM SUN     0.03

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT            8 PM SUN     0.08

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
PAROWAN 10NW - 5820 FT                   8 PM SUN     0.02

...SOUTH CENTRAL UTAH...
KANAB - 4940 FT                          5 PM SUN     0.10
ESCALANTE - 5810 FT                      5 PM SUN     0.08

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    8 PM SUN     0.07
GRASSY LAKE NR EPHRAIM - 8880 FT         8 PM SUN     0.05

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
BRYCE CANYON AIRPORT - 7585 FT           8 PM SUN     0.13
LOA - 7096 FT                            8 PM SUN     0.09
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              7 PM SUN     0.09
AGUA CANYON - 8890 FT                    8 PM SUN     0.08
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      8 PM SUN     0.04
ASSAY - 8100 FT                          8 PM SUN     0.04
TOM BEST SPRING - 7718 FT                8 PM SUN     0.04

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         8 PM SUN     0.17
SMITHS FORK NR ROBERTSON - 8470 FT       8 PM SUN     0.07

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

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
LEGACY PARKWAY - 4215 FT                 2 PM SUN     42 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
VERNON - 5639 FT                         6 PM SUN     45 MPH
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            2 PM SUN     43 MPH
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT         2 PM SUN     41 MPH
UNIVERSITY OF UTAH - 4806 FT             2 PM SUN     40 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT               1 PM SUN     57 MPH
CALLAO - 4530 FT                         1 PM SUN     55 MPH
GROOME - 4223 FT                         4 PM SUN     50 MPH
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT                6 PM SUN     49 MPH
CAMEL BACK MTN - 5077 FT                 6 PM SUN     49 MPH
ROSEBUD - 4987 FT                        5 PM SUN     48 MPH
ENGLISH VILLAGE - 4788 FT               11 AM SUN     48 MPH
WEST SALT FLATS - 4237 FT               12 PM SUN     47 MPH
JULIET ROAD - 4324 FT                    2 PM SUN     46 MPH
CEDAR MOUNTAIN - 4650 FT                 5 PM SUN     45 MPH
I-80 AT GRASSEY - 4650 FT                7 PM SUN     43 MPH
SR-30 AT CURLEW - 4766 FT                5 PM SUN     43 MPH
I-80 AT MP 29 - 4125 FT                  6 PM SUN     41 MPH
WEST OF WILDCAT MTN - 4259 FT            7 PM SUN     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
I-84 AT DEVILS SLIDE - 5250 FT           3 PM SUN     45 MPH
I-80 AT COALVILLE - 5570 FT              3 PM SUN     40 MPH
I-80 AT SILVER CREEK JCT - 6498 FT       3 PM SUN     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
SR-65 AT BIG MOUNTAIN PASS - 7433 FT     3 PM SUN     56 MPH
OGDEN PEAK - 9570 FT                     2 PM SUN     46 MPH
SR-16 @ MP1 - 6533 FT                    4 PM SUN     43 MPH
GARDEN CITY - 5959 FT                    6 PM SUN     40 MPH
PORTABLE RWIS 5 - 7612 FT                5 PM SUN     40 MPH
POWDER MOUNTAIN - 8897 FT               10 AM SUN     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
CANYONS - CONDOR - 8999 FT               3 PM SUN     50 MPH
CANYONS - LOOKOUT - 8297 FT              3 PM SUN     40 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
OAKLEY - 7800 FT                         3 PM SUN     41 MPH

...CASTLE COUNTRY...
CARBON COUNTY AIRPORT - 5922 FT          1 PM SUN     46 MPH

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
I-70 AT SALINA - 5226 FT                 2 PM SUN     44 MPH

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
OAK CITY - 5135 FT                      12 PM SUN     47 MPH
TULE VALLEY - 5135 FT                   10 AM SUN     40 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     4 PM SUN     40 MPH

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
I-80 EAST OF EVANSTON - 7579 FT          3 PM SUN     49 MPH
CHURCH BUTTE - 6743 FT                   1 PM SUN     48 MPH
LEROY - 6886 FT                          4 PM SUN     41 MPH
FRENCH - 7375 FT                        12 PM SUN     41 MPH
US 189 INTERCHANGE - 6978 FT            12 PM SUN     41 MPH
PAINTER - 6939 FT                       11 AM SUN     41 MPH
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT        11 AM SUN     41 MPH

$$



000
NOUS43 KTOP 040219
PNSTOP
PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
919 PM CDT SUN MAY 3 2015

 ...STORM SAFETY INFORMATION....

A Severe weather watch has been issued by the National Weather Service
in Topeka for a portion of Kansas.  In the interest of public safety,
the following safety information is provided.

A watch means conditions are favorable for severe weather development
within the watch area. There is no cause for immediate concern, and you may
go about your normal business. Stay informed of the weather situation.
Know your county, nearby cities, and local landmarks whether at home or
on the road. Listen to weather radio or local media for updated weather
information.

A warning means a severe thunderstorm or tornado has been observed or is
indicated by Doppler weather radar.  If a warning is issued for your
location, immediately put your emergency safety plan into action.

...SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS MAY PRODUCE...

Strong damaging winds...damaging downburst winds associated with a severe
thunderstorm will be greater than 60 mph. Go indoors or into a basement
or storm shelter and stay away from windows.

Large hail...destructive hail associated with a severe thunderstorm will be
greater than one inch in diameter. Go indoors or into a basement and stay
away from windows.

Heavy rain...heavy rain may produce flash flooding quickly. Avoid low lying
and poor drainage areas. Be cautious when driving at night as roads could be
washed out.  Turn around, don`t drown.

Deadly lightning...Lightning is a an underrated killer.  When lightning
threatens, get indoors and away from windows, stay away from trees or towers
and avoid lakes and boats.

Tornadoes...Tornadoes are natures most violent storms. The best shelters are
a basement or underground storm shelter on the lowest floor in the middle of
the building, or in an interior hallway or designated shelter area.  Avoid
windows, mobile homes and large open spaces like a gymnasium or auditorium.
If on the road, drive to find safe shelter.  As a last resort either abandon
vehicles and get into a ditch or stay belted in your vehicle crouched below
the window line.

Again, stay informed of the weather situation. Know your county, nearby cities,
and local landmarks whether at home or on the road.

Listen to weather radio or local media for updated weather information.

$$


000
NOUS43 KTOP 040219
PNSTOP
PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
919 PM CDT SUN MAY 3 2015

 ...STORM SAFETY INFORMATION....

A Severe weather watch has been issued by the National Weather Service
in Topeka for a portion of Kansas.  In the interest of public safety,
the following safety information is provided.

A watch means conditions are favorable for severe weather development
within the watch area. There is no cause for immediate concern, and you may
go about your normal business. Stay informed of the weather situation.
Know your county, nearby cities, and local landmarks whether at home or
on the road. Listen to weather radio or local media for updated weather
information.

A warning means a severe thunderstorm or tornado has been observed or is
indicated by Doppler weather radar.  If a warning is issued for your
location, immediately put your emergency safety plan into action.

...SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS MAY PRODUCE...

Strong damaging winds...damaging downburst winds associated with a severe
thunderstorm will be greater than 60 mph. Go indoors or into a basement
or storm shelter and stay away from windows.

Large hail...destructive hail associated with a severe thunderstorm will be
greater than one inch in diameter. Go indoors or into a basement and stay
away from windows.

Heavy rain...heavy rain may produce flash flooding quickly. Avoid low lying
and poor drainage areas. Be cautious when driving at night as roads could be
washed out.  Turn around, don`t drown.

Deadly lightning...Lightning is a an underrated killer.  When lightning
threatens, get indoors and away from windows, stay away from trees or towers
and avoid lakes and boats.

Tornadoes...Tornadoes are natures most violent storms. The best shelters are
a basement or underground storm shelter on the lowest floor in the middle of
the building, or in an interior hallway or designated shelter area.  Avoid
windows, mobile homes and large open spaces like a gymnasium or auditorium.
If on the road, drive to find safe shelter.  As a last resort either abandon
vehicles and get into a ditch or stay belted in your vehicle crouched below
the window line.

Again, stay informed of the weather situation. Know your county, nearby cities,
and local landmarks whether at home or on the road.

Listen to weather radio or local media for updated weather information.

$$



000
NOUS43 KTOP 040219
PNSTOP
PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
919 PM CDT SUN MAY 3 2015

 ...STORM SAFETY INFORMATION....

A Severe weather watch has been issued by the National Weather Service
in Topeka for a portion of Kansas.  In the interest of public safety,
the following safety information is provided.

A watch means conditions are favorable for severe weather development
within the watch area. There is no cause for immediate concern, and you may
go about your normal business. Stay informed of the weather situation.
Know your county, nearby cities, and local landmarks whether at home or
on the road. Listen to weather radio or local media for updated weather
information.

A warning means a severe thunderstorm or tornado has been observed or is
indicated by Doppler weather radar.  If a warning is issued for your
location, immediately put your emergency safety plan into action.

...SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS MAY PRODUCE...

Strong damaging winds...damaging downburst winds associated with a severe
thunderstorm will be greater than 60 mph. Go indoors or into a basement
or storm shelter and stay away from windows.

Large hail...destructive hail associated with a severe thunderstorm will be
greater than one inch in diameter. Go indoors or into a basement and stay
away from windows.

Heavy rain...heavy rain may produce flash flooding quickly. Avoid low lying
and poor drainage areas. Be cautious when driving at night as roads could be
washed out.  Turn around, don`t drown.

Deadly lightning...Lightning is a an underrated killer.  When lightning
threatens, get indoors and away from windows, stay away from trees or towers
and avoid lakes and boats.

Tornadoes...Tornadoes are natures most violent storms. The best shelters are
a basement or underground storm shelter on the lowest floor in the middle of
the building, or in an interior hallway or designated shelter area.  Avoid
windows, mobile homes and large open spaces like a gymnasium or auditorium.
If on the road, drive to find safe shelter.  As a last resort either abandon
vehicles and get into a ditch or stay belted in your vehicle crouched below
the window line.

Again, stay informed of the weather situation. Know your county, nearby cities,
and local landmarks whether at home or on the road.

Listen to weather radio or local media for updated weather information.

$$



000
NOUS43 KTOP 040219
PNSTOP
PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
919 PM CDT SUN MAY 3 2015

 ...STORM SAFETY INFORMATION....

A Severe weather watch has been issued by the National Weather Service
in Topeka for a portion of Kansas.  In the interest of public safety,
the following safety information is provided.

A watch means conditions are favorable for severe weather development
within the watch area. There is no cause for immediate concern, and you may
go about your normal business. Stay informed of the weather situation.
Know your county, nearby cities, and local landmarks whether at home or
on the road. Listen to weather radio or local media for updated weather
information.

A warning means a severe thunderstorm or tornado has been observed or is
indicated by Doppler weather radar.  If a warning is issued for your
location, immediately put your emergency safety plan into action.

...SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS MAY PRODUCE...

Strong damaging winds...damaging downburst winds associated with a severe
thunderstorm will be greater than 60 mph. Go indoors or into a basement
or storm shelter and stay away from windows.

Large hail...destructive hail associated with a severe thunderstorm will be
greater than one inch in diameter. Go indoors or into a basement and stay
away from windows.

Heavy rain...heavy rain may produce flash flooding quickly. Avoid low lying
and poor drainage areas. Be cautious when driving at night as roads could be
washed out.  Turn around, don`t drown.

Deadly lightning...Lightning is a an underrated killer.  When lightning
threatens, get indoors and away from windows, stay away from trees or towers
and avoid lakes and boats.

Tornadoes...Tornadoes are natures most violent storms. The best shelters are
a basement or underground storm shelter on the lowest floor in the middle of
the building, or in an interior hallway or designated shelter area.  Avoid
windows, mobile homes and large open spaces like a gymnasium or auditorium.
If on the road, drive to find safe shelter.  As a last resort either abandon
vehicles and get into a ditch or stay belted in your vehicle crouched below
the window line.

Again, stay informed of the weather situation. Know your county, nearby cities,
and local landmarks whether at home or on the road.

Listen to weather radio or local media for updated weather information.

$$



000
NOUS43 KTOP 040219
PNSTOP
PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
919 PM CDT SUN MAY 3 2015

 ...STORM SAFETY INFORMATION....

A Severe weather watch has been issued by the National Weather Service
in Topeka for a portion of Kansas.  In the interest of public safety,
the following safety information is provided.

A watch means conditions are favorable for severe weather development
within the watch area. There is no cause for immediate concern, and you may
go about your normal business. Stay informed of the weather situation.
Know your county, nearby cities, and local landmarks whether at home or
on the road. Listen to weather radio or local media for updated weather
information.

A warning means a severe thunderstorm or tornado has been observed or is
indicated by Doppler weather radar.  If a warning is issued for your
location, immediately put your emergency safety plan into action.

...SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS MAY PRODUCE...

Strong damaging winds...damaging downburst winds associated with a severe
thunderstorm will be greater than 60 mph. Go indoors or into a basement
or storm shelter and stay away from windows.

Large hail...destructive hail associated with a severe thunderstorm will be
greater than one inch in diameter. Go indoors or into a basement and stay
away from windows.

Heavy rain...heavy rain may produce flash flooding quickly. Avoid low lying
and poor drainage areas. Be cautious when driving at night as roads could be
washed out.  Turn around, don`t drown.

Deadly lightning...Lightning is a an underrated killer.  When lightning
threatens, get indoors and away from windows, stay away from trees or towers
and avoid lakes and boats.

Tornadoes...Tornadoes are natures most violent storms. The best shelters are
a basement or underground storm shelter on the lowest floor in the middle of
the building, or in an interior hallway or designated shelter area.  Avoid
windows, mobile homes and large open spaces like a gymnasium or auditorium.
If on the road, drive to find safe shelter.  As a last resort either abandon
vehicles and get into a ditch or stay belted in your vehicle crouched below
the window line.

Again, stay informed of the weather situation. Know your county, nearby cities,
and local landmarks whether at home or on the road.

Listen to weather radio or local media for updated weather information.

$$



000
NOUS43 KTOP 040219
PNSTOP
PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
919 PM CDT SUN MAY 3 2015

 ...STORM SAFETY INFORMATION....

A Severe weather watch has been issued by the National Weather Service
in Topeka for a portion of Kansas.  In the interest of public safety,
the following safety information is provided.

A watch means conditions are favorable for severe weather development
within the watch area. There is no cause for immediate concern, and you may
go about your normal business. Stay informed of the weather situation.
Know your county, nearby cities, and local landmarks whether at home or
on the road. Listen to weather radio or local media for updated weather
information.

A warning means a severe thunderstorm or tornado has been observed or is
indicated by Doppler weather radar.  If a warning is issued for your
location, immediately put your emergency safety plan into action.

...SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS MAY PRODUCE...

Strong damaging winds...damaging downburst winds associated with a severe
thunderstorm will be greater than 60 mph. Go indoors or into a basement
or storm shelter and stay away from windows.

Large hail...destructive hail associated with a severe thunderstorm will be
greater than one inch in diameter. Go indoors or into a basement and stay
away from windows.

Heavy rain...heavy rain may produce flash flooding quickly. Avoid low lying
and poor drainage areas. Be cautious when driving at night as roads could be
washed out.  Turn around, don`t drown.

Deadly lightning...Lightning is a an underrated killer.  When lightning
threatens, get indoors and away from windows, stay away from trees or towers
and avoid lakes and boats.

Tornadoes...Tornadoes are natures most violent storms. The best shelters are
a basement or underground storm shelter on the lowest floor in the middle of
the building, or in an interior hallway or designated shelter area.  Avoid
windows, mobile homes and large open spaces like a gymnasium or auditorium.
If on the road, drive to find safe shelter.  As a last resort either abandon
vehicles and get into a ditch or stay belted in your vehicle crouched below
the window line.

Again, stay informed of the weather situation. Know your county, nearby cities,
and local landmarks whether at home or on the road.

Listen to weather radio or local media for updated weather information.

$$



000
NOUS45 KPUB 032225
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-032324

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
424 PM MDT SUN MAY 3 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 81
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 48
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0
                    PEAK WIND: 36MPH FROM THE NE AT 2:15PM

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 75
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 45
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0
                    PEAK WIND: 34MPH FROM THE NE AT 11:13AM

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 68
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 32
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.0
                    PEAK WIND: 29MPH FROM THE NW AT 3:15PM


$$



000
NOUS44 KSJT 032123
PNSSJT
TXZ049-054-064>066-071>073-076>078-098-099-113-114-127-128-139-
140-154-155-168>170-04500-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SAN ANGELO TX
423 PM CDT Sun May 3 2015

...Junction NOAA Weather Radio remains offline...

The Junction NOAA All Hazards Radio transmitter remains offline.
Technicians have been notified and a trouble ticket has been opened
with a 3rd party vendor. A restoration time for the transmitter is
still unknown. The Junction transmitter operates at a frequency
of 162.475 MHz. Other options for the counties served by this
transmitter include the Richland Springs (162.525 MHz) and Ozona
(162.500 MHz) transmitters. Some areas will still not be able to
receive a viable signal from either of these alternatives. We
apologize for any inconvenience.

$$

Johnson







000
NOUS45 KGJT 031934
PNSGJT

NOUS45 KGJT DDHHMM
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
133 PM MDT SUN MAY 3 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION REPORTS FROM
WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH, ENDING AROUND 12 PM SUNDAY.
AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.


WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH 24 HOUR STATIONS:

ASPEN,                                   0.02.
CRAIG,                                   0.06.


OFFICIAL CLIMATE STATIONS OF WESTERN COLORADO:

MASSADONA,                               0.09.


UNOFFICIAL STATIONS:

1 MILE SOUTHEAST OF STEAMBOAT SPRINGS,   0.01.


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

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

COLORADO

...MOFFAT COUNTY...
   HAMILTON 0.8 WNW      0.04   846 AM  5/03  COCORAHS
   CRAIG 30N             0.04   100 AM  5/03  W CO CRN SITE

...PITKIN COUNTY...
   ASPEN                 0.01   100 AM  5/03  AVIATION SITE

...RIO BLANCO COUNTY...
   MEEKER 14.3 ESE       0.10   836 AM  5/03  COCORAHS

...ROUTT COUNTY...
   CLARK 0.7 NW          0.12   959 AM  5/03  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 7.  0.03   748 AM  5/03  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 0.  0.02   732 AM  5/03  COCORAHS


MMS

$$



000
NOUS45 KGJT 031934
PNSGJT

NOUS45 KGJT DDHHMM
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
133 PM MDT SUN MAY 3 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION REPORTS FROM
WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH, ENDING AROUND 12 PM SUNDAY.
AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.


WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH 24 HOUR STATIONS:

ASPEN,                                   0.02.
CRAIG,                                   0.06.


OFFICIAL CLIMATE STATIONS OF WESTERN COLORADO:

MASSADONA,                               0.09.


UNOFFICIAL STATIONS:

1 MILE SOUTHEAST OF STEAMBOAT SPRINGS,   0.01.


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

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

COLORADO

...MOFFAT COUNTY...
   HAMILTON 0.8 WNW      0.04   846 AM  5/03  COCORAHS
   CRAIG 30N             0.04   100 AM  5/03  W CO CRN SITE

...PITKIN COUNTY...
   ASPEN                 0.01   100 AM  5/03  AVIATION SITE

...RIO BLANCO COUNTY...
   MEEKER 14.3 ESE       0.10   836 AM  5/03  COCORAHS

...ROUTT COUNTY...
   CLARK 0.7 NW          0.12   959 AM  5/03  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 7.  0.03   748 AM  5/03  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 0.  0.02   732 AM  5/03  COCORAHS


MMS

$$



000
NOUS45 KGJT 031934
PNSGJT

NOUS45 KGJT DDHHMM
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
133 PM MDT SUN MAY 3 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION REPORTS FROM
WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH, ENDING AROUND 12 PM SUNDAY.
AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.


WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH 24 HOUR STATIONS:

ASPEN,                                   0.02.
CRAIG,                                   0.06.


OFFICIAL CLIMATE STATIONS OF WESTERN COLORADO:

MASSADONA,                               0.09.


UNOFFICIAL STATIONS:

1 MILE SOUTHEAST OF STEAMBOAT SPRINGS,   0.01.


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

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

COLORADO

...MOFFAT COUNTY...
   HAMILTON 0.8 WNW      0.04   846 AM  5/03  COCORAHS
   CRAIG 30N             0.04   100 AM  5/03  W CO CRN SITE

...PITKIN COUNTY...
   ASPEN                 0.01   100 AM  5/03  AVIATION SITE

...RIO BLANCO COUNTY...
   MEEKER 14.3 ESE       0.10   836 AM  5/03  COCORAHS

...ROUTT COUNTY...
   CLARK 0.7 NW          0.12   959 AM  5/03  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 7.  0.03   748 AM  5/03  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 0.  0.02   732 AM  5/03  COCORAHS


MMS

$$



000
NOUS45 KGJT 031934
PNSGJT

NOUS45 KGJT DDHHMM
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
133 PM MDT SUN MAY 3 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION REPORTS FROM
WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH, ENDING AROUND 12 PM SUNDAY.
AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.


WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH 24 HOUR STATIONS:

ASPEN,                                   0.02.
CRAIG,                                   0.06.


OFFICIAL CLIMATE STATIONS OF WESTERN COLORADO:

MASSADONA,                               0.09.


UNOFFICIAL STATIONS:

1 MILE SOUTHEAST OF STEAMBOAT SPRINGS,   0.01.


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

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

COLORADO

...MOFFAT COUNTY...
   HAMILTON 0.8 WNW      0.04   846 AM  5/03  COCORAHS
   CRAIG 30N             0.04   100 AM  5/03  W CO CRN SITE

...PITKIN COUNTY...
   ASPEN                 0.01   100 AM  5/03  AVIATION SITE

...RIO BLANCO COUNTY...
   MEEKER 14.3 ESE       0.10   836 AM  5/03  COCORAHS

...ROUTT COUNTY...
   CLARK 0.7 NW          0.12   959 AM  5/03  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 7.  0.03   748 AM  5/03  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 0.  0.02   732 AM  5/03  COCORAHS


MMS

$$



000
NOUS45 KLKN 031657 AAB
PNSLKN
NVZ030-031-033>041-021330-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ELKO NV
1000 AM PDT SUN MAY 3 2015

...APRIL 2015 CLIMATOLOGICAL SUMMARY FOR NORTHEASTERN AND CENTRAL
NEVADA...

APRIL 2015 STARTED OUT WITH WEAK STORM SYSTEMS THAT COOLED
TEMPERATURES AND BROUGHT RAIN AND SNOW SHOWERS TO AREAS...MAINLY IN
CENTRAL AND EASTERN NEVADA. HARD FREEZES... INCLUDING SINGLE DIGIT
LOW TEMPERATURES...IMPACTED THE REGION BEFORE A WARMING TREND BEGAN
ON APRIL 4.

ON EASTER SUNDAY A STORM SYSTEM INITIATED WIND ADVISORIES FOR GUSTY
WINDS AND BLOWING DUST. A FOLLOWING STORM SYSTEM BROUGHT MORE GUSTY
WINDS...VALLEY RAIN AND MOUNTAIN SNOW...UP TO 19 INCHES IN
AREAS...THAT PROMPTED WINTER STORM WARNINGS. ON APRIL 9 THROUGH
11...RIDGING PROVIDED WARMER TEMPERATURES...AS WEAK DISTURBANCES
BRUSHED NORTHERN NEVADA NEAR THE OREGON AND IDAHO BORDERS...BRINGING
MORE GUSTY WINDS.

APRIL 12 AND 13...VALLEYS BEGAN TO BASK IN THE 70S WITH QUIET WEATHER
...UNTIL APRIL 14...WHEN A ROBUST COLD FRONT MOVED THROUGH TO BRING
DRAMATICALLY COLDER TEMPERATURES...WINDS WITH GUSTS UP TO 77 MPH...
AND RAIN AND SNOW...TO NORTHERN NEVADA. SNOW LEVELS FELL BELOW 6000
FEET WITH SEVERAL INCHES OF SNOW ACCUMULATION ALONG THE FRONT.
WINTER WEATHER ADVISORIES WERE ISSUED.

APRIL 16...HIGH PRESSURE BUILT INTO NEVADA FOR A WARMING TREND...WITH
TEMPERATURES 5 TO 10 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. ON APRIL 20 THE WARM
SOUTHERLY AIR BROUGHT INSTABILITY AND A FEW STRAY LIGHTNING STRIKES.
SMOKE FROM WILDFIRES IN SIBERIA AFFECTED THE GREAT BASIN. MOISTURE
AND INSTABILITY INCREASED TO BRING BENEFICIAL RAIN AND SNOW
SHOWERS...UP TO 20 INCHES IN THE MOUNTAINS...AGAIN TO THE REGION.
MULTIPLE REPORTS FROM APRIL 23 TO THE 25TH WERE RECEIVED OF PEA SIZE
HAIL...SOME UP TO TWO INCHES IN DEPTH.

AS THE STORM SYSTEM DEPARTED ON APRIL 26...GUSTY WINDS AGAIN
PROMPTED WIND ADVISORIES. WIDESPREAD SUBFREEZING TEMPERATURES ALSO
EXTENDED ACROSS THE REGION. APRIL 28 BROUGHT HIGH PRESSURE TO WARM
HIGH TEMPERATURES...THOUGH A LINGERING WEAK STORM SYSTEM ALSO
BROUGHT THUNDERSTORMS TO END THE MONTH.

THE TABLES BELOW SUMMARIZE THE WEATHER AT FOUR OF OUR AIRPORT
CLIMATE SITES DURING THE PERIOD. TEMPERATURES ARE IN DEGREES
FAHRENHEIT...WHILE PRECIPITATION AND SNOWFALL IS IN INCHES.


               ...AVERAGE TEMPERATURE STATISTICS...

                  AVERAGE     DEPARTURE
LOCATION        TEMPERATURE  FROM NORMAL               RANK

ELKO AIRPORT        45.5         0.3               35TH WARMEST
ELY AIRPORT         42.8         0.3               36TH WARMEST
TONOPAH AIRPORT     50.4         0.9               21ST WARMEST
WINNEMUCCA AIRPORT  45.5        -1.1               56TH COOLEST


               ...TOTAL PRECIPITATION STATISTICS...

                   TOTAL       DEPARTURE   PERCENT
LOCATION       PRECIPITATION  FROM NORMAL   NORMAL     RANK

ELKO AIRPORT         0.73       -0.24         75%   59TH DRIEST
ELY AIRPORT          0.67       -0.28         71%   32ND DRIEST
TONOPAH AIRPORT      0.13       -0.29         31%   20TH DRIEST
WINNEMUCCA AIRPORT   1.83        0.94        206%   12TH WETTEST


                  ...TOTAL SNOWFALL STATISTICS...

                   TOTAL       DEPARTURE   PERCENT
LOCATION         SNOWFALL     FROM NORMAL   NORMAL     RANK

ELKO AIRPORT         2.2        -1.0          69%   37ST LEAST
ELY AIRPORT          3.7        -1.5          71%   41ST LEAST
WINNEMUCCA AIRPORT   2.4         0.8         150%   39TH MOST


                   ...DAILY RECORD STATISTICS...

                    DAILY         DAILY       NEW    OLD    OLD
LOCATION         RECORD DATE   RECORD TYPE   VALUE  VALUE  YEAR

WINNEMUCCA AIRPORT  04/15   LOW TEMPERATURE     9     12    1970
WINNEMUCCA AIRPORT  04/25   MAXIMUM RAINFALL 0.64   0.59    1883


                       ...PERIOD OF RECORD...

ELKO AIRPORT - 1930 TO PRESENT, WITH DISCONTINUOUS DOWNTOWN DATA
FROM A COOPERATIVE STATION BACK TO 1888.

ELY AIRPORT - 1938 TO PRESENT, WITH DISCONTINUOUS DOWNTOWN DATA FROM
A COOPERATIVE STATION BACK TO 1893.

TONOPAH AIRPORT - 1954 TO PRESENT, WITH DOWNTOWN DATA EXCLUDED DUE
TO LARGE ELEVATION DIFFERENCES BETWEEN DOWNTOWN AND THE AIRPORT.

WINNEMUCCA AIRPORT - 1949 TO PRESENT, WITH DOWNTOWN DATA FROM A
WEATHER BUREAU/ARMY SIGNAL CORPS STATION BACK TO 1877.


$$

DTK


000
NOUS45 KLKN 031657 AAB
PNSLKN
NVZ030-031-033>041-021330-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ELKO NV
1000 AM PDT SUN MAY 3 2015

...APRIL 2015 CLIMATOLOGICAL SUMMARY FOR NORTHEASTERN AND CENTRAL
NEVADA...

APRIL 2015 STARTED OUT WITH WEAK STORM SYSTEMS THAT COOLED
TEMPERATURES AND BROUGHT RAIN AND SNOW SHOWERS TO AREAS...MAINLY IN
CENTRAL AND EASTERN NEVADA. HARD FREEZES... INCLUDING SINGLE DIGIT
LOW TEMPERATURES...IMPACTED THE REGION BEFORE A WARMING TREND BEGAN
ON APRIL 4.

ON EASTER SUNDAY A STORM SYSTEM INITIATED WIND ADVISORIES FOR GUSTY
WINDS AND BLOWING DUST. A FOLLOWING STORM SYSTEM BROUGHT MORE GUSTY
WINDS...VALLEY RAIN AND MOUNTAIN SNOW...UP TO 19 INCHES IN
AREAS...THAT PROMPTED WINTER STORM WARNINGS. ON APRIL 9 THROUGH
11...RIDGING PROVIDED WARMER TEMPERATURES...AS WEAK DISTURBANCES
BRUSHED NORTHERN NEVADA NEAR THE OREGON AND IDAHO BORDERS...BRINGING
MORE GUSTY WINDS.

APRIL 12 AND 13...VALLEYS BEGAN TO BASK IN THE 70S WITH QUIET WEATHER
...UNTIL APRIL 14...WHEN A ROBUST COLD FRONT MOVED THROUGH TO BRING
DRAMATICALLY COLDER TEMPERATURES...WINDS WITH GUSTS UP TO 77 MPH...
AND RAIN AND SNOW...TO NORTHERN NEVADA. SNOW LEVELS FELL BELOW 6000
FEET WITH SEVERAL INCHES OF SNOW ACCUMULATION ALONG THE FRONT.
WINTER WEATHER ADVISORIES WERE ISSUED.

APRIL 16...HIGH PRESSURE BUILT INTO NEVADA FOR A WARMING TREND...WITH
TEMPERATURES 5 TO 10 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. ON APRIL 20 THE WARM
SOUTHERLY AIR BROUGHT INSTABILITY AND A FEW STRAY LIGHTNING STRIKES.
SMOKE FROM WILDFIRES IN SIBERIA AFFECTED THE GREAT BASIN. MOISTURE
AND INSTABILITY INCREASED TO BRING BENEFICIAL RAIN AND SNOW
SHOWERS...UP TO 20 INCHES IN THE MOUNTAINS...AGAIN TO THE REGION.
MULTIPLE REPORTS FROM APRIL 23 TO THE 25TH WERE RECEIVED OF PEA SIZE
HAIL...SOME UP TO TWO INCHES IN DEPTH.

AS THE STORM SYSTEM DEPARTED ON APRIL 26...GUSTY WINDS AGAIN
PROMPTED WIND ADVISORIES. WIDESPREAD SUBFREEZING TEMPERATURES ALSO
EXTENDED ACROSS THE REGION. APRIL 28 BROUGHT HIGH PRESSURE TO WARM
HIGH TEMPERATURES...THOUGH A LINGERING WEAK STORM SYSTEM ALSO
BROUGHT THUNDERSTORMS TO END THE MONTH.

THE TABLES BELOW SUMMARIZE THE WEATHER AT FOUR OF OUR AIRPORT
CLIMATE SITES DURING THE PERIOD. TEMPERATURES ARE IN DEGREES
FAHRENHEIT...WHILE PRECIPITATION AND SNOWFALL IS IN INCHES.


               ...AVERAGE TEMPERATURE STATISTICS...

                  AVERAGE     DEPARTURE
LOCATION        TEMPERATURE  FROM NORMAL               RANK

ELKO AIRPORT        45.5         0.3               35TH WARMEST
ELY AIRPORT         42.8         0.3               36TH WARMEST
TONOPAH AIRPORT     50.4         0.9               21ST WARMEST
WINNEMUCCA AIRPORT  45.5        -1.1               56TH COOLEST


               ...TOTAL PRECIPITATION STATISTICS...

                   TOTAL       DEPARTURE   PERCENT
LOCATION       PRECIPITATION  FROM NORMAL   NORMAL     RANK

ELKO AIRPORT         0.73       -0.24         75%   59TH DRIEST
ELY AIRPORT          0.67       -0.28         71%   32ND DRIEST
TONOPAH AIRPORT      0.13       -0.29         31%   20TH DRIEST
WINNEMUCCA AIRPORT   1.83        0.94        206%   12TH WETTEST


                  ...TOTAL SNOWFALL STATISTICS...

                   TOTAL       DEPARTURE   PERCENT
LOCATION         SNOWFALL     FROM NORMAL   NORMAL     RANK

ELKO AIRPORT         2.2        -1.0          69%   37ST LEAST
ELY AIRPORT          3.7        -1.5          71%   41ST LEAST
WINNEMUCCA AIRPORT   2.4         0.8         150%   39TH MOST


                   ...DAILY RECORD STATISTICS...

                    DAILY         DAILY       NEW    OLD    OLD
LOCATION         RECORD DATE   RECORD TYPE   VALUE  VALUE  YEAR

WINNEMUCCA AIRPORT  04/15   LOW TEMPERATURE     9     12    1970
WINNEMUCCA AIRPORT  04/25   MAXIMUM RAINFALL 0.64   0.59    1883


                       ...PERIOD OF RECORD...

ELKO AIRPORT - 1930 TO PRESENT, WITH DISCONTINUOUS DOWNTOWN DATA
FROM A COOPERATIVE STATION BACK TO 1888.

ELY AIRPORT - 1938 TO PRESENT, WITH DISCONTINUOUS DOWNTOWN DATA FROM
A COOPERATIVE STATION BACK TO 1893.

TONOPAH AIRPORT - 1954 TO PRESENT, WITH DOWNTOWN DATA EXCLUDED DUE
TO LARGE ELEVATION DIFFERENCES BETWEEN DOWNTOWN AND THE AIRPORT.

WINNEMUCCA AIRPORT - 1949 TO PRESENT, WITH DOWNTOWN DATA FROM A
WEATHER BUREAU/ARMY SIGNAL CORPS STATION BACK TO 1877.


$$

DTK



000
NOUS45 KLKN 031657 AAB
PNSLKN
NVZ030-031-033>041-021330-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ELKO NV
1000 AM PDT SUN MAY 3 2015

...APRIL 2015 CLIMATOLOGICAL SUMMARY FOR NORTHEASTERN AND CENTRAL
NEVADA...

APRIL 2015 STARTED OUT WITH WEAK STORM SYSTEMS THAT COOLED
TEMPERATURES AND BROUGHT RAIN AND SNOW SHOWERS TO AREAS...MAINLY IN
CENTRAL AND EASTERN NEVADA. HARD FREEZES... INCLUDING SINGLE DIGIT
LOW TEMPERATURES...IMPACTED THE REGION BEFORE A WARMING TREND BEGAN
ON APRIL 4.

ON EASTER SUNDAY A STORM SYSTEM INITIATED WIND ADVISORIES FOR GUSTY
WINDS AND BLOWING DUST. A FOLLOWING STORM SYSTEM BROUGHT MORE GUSTY
WINDS...VALLEY RAIN AND MOUNTAIN SNOW...UP TO 19 INCHES IN
AREAS...THAT PROMPTED WINTER STORM WARNINGS. ON APRIL 9 THROUGH
11...RIDGING PROVIDED WARMER TEMPERATURES...AS WEAK DISTURBANCES
BRUSHED NORTHERN NEVADA NEAR THE OREGON AND IDAHO BORDERS...BRINGING
MORE GUSTY WINDS.

APRIL 12 AND 13...VALLEYS BEGAN TO BASK IN THE 70S WITH QUIET WEATHER
...UNTIL APRIL 14...WHEN A ROBUST COLD FRONT MOVED THROUGH TO BRING
DRAMATICALLY COLDER TEMPERATURES...WINDS WITH GUSTS UP TO 77 MPH...
AND RAIN AND SNOW...TO NORTHERN NEVADA. SNOW LEVELS FELL BELOW 6000
FEET WITH SEVERAL INCHES OF SNOW ACCUMULATION ALONG THE FRONT.
WINTER WEATHER ADVISORIES WERE ISSUED.

APRIL 16...HIGH PRESSURE BUILT INTO NEVADA FOR A WARMING TREND...WITH
TEMPERATURES 5 TO 10 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. ON APRIL 20 THE WARM
SOUTHERLY AIR BROUGHT INSTABILITY AND A FEW STRAY LIGHTNING STRIKES.
SMOKE FROM WILDFIRES IN SIBERIA AFFECTED THE GREAT BASIN. MOISTURE
AND INSTABILITY INCREASED TO BRING BENEFICIAL RAIN AND SNOW
SHOWERS...UP TO 20 INCHES IN THE MOUNTAINS...AGAIN TO THE REGION.
MULTIPLE REPORTS FROM APRIL 23 TO THE 25TH WERE RECEIVED OF PEA SIZE
HAIL...SOME UP TO TWO INCHES IN DEPTH.

AS THE STORM SYSTEM DEPARTED ON APRIL 26...GUSTY WINDS AGAIN
PROMPTED WIND ADVISORIES. WIDESPREAD SUBFREEZING TEMPERATURES ALSO
EXTENDED ACROSS THE REGION. APRIL 28 BROUGHT HIGH PRESSURE TO WARM
HIGH TEMPERATURES...THOUGH A LINGERING WEAK STORM SYSTEM ALSO
BROUGHT THUNDERSTORMS TO END THE MONTH.

THE TABLES BELOW SUMMARIZE THE WEATHER AT FOUR OF OUR AIRPORT
CLIMATE SITES DURING THE PERIOD. TEMPERATURES ARE IN DEGREES
FAHRENHEIT...WHILE PRECIPITATION AND SNOWFALL IS IN INCHES.


               ...AVERAGE TEMPERATURE STATISTICS...

                  AVERAGE     DEPARTURE
LOCATION        TEMPERATURE  FROM NORMAL               RANK

ELKO AIRPORT        45.5         0.3               35TH WARMEST
ELY AIRPORT         42.8         0.3               36TH WARMEST
TONOPAH AIRPORT     50.4         0.9               21ST WARMEST
WINNEMUCCA AIRPORT  45.5        -1.1               56TH COOLEST


               ...TOTAL PRECIPITATION STATISTICS...

                   TOTAL       DEPARTURE   PERCENT
LOCATION       PRECIPITATION  FROM NORMAL   NORMAL     RANK

ELKO AIRPORT         0.73       -0.24         75%   59TH DRIEST
ELY AIRPORT          0.67       -0.28         71%   32ND DRIEST
TONOPAH AIRPORT      0.13       -0.29         31%   20TH DRIEST
WINNEMUCCA AIRPORT   1.83        0.94        206%   12TH WETTEST


                  ...TOTAL SNOWFALL STATISTICS...

                   TOTAL       DEPARTURE   PERCENT
LOCATION         SNOWFALL     FROM NORMAL   NORMAL     RANK

ELKO AIRPORT         2.2        -1.0          69%   37ST LEAST
ELY AIRPORT          3.7        -1.5          71%   41ST LEAST
WINNEMUCCA AIRPORT   2.4         0.8         150%   39TH MOST


                   ...DAILY RECORD STATISTICS...

                    DAILY         DAILY       NEW    OLD    OLD
LOCATION         RECORD DATE   RECORD TYPE   VALUE  VALUE  YEAR

WINNEMUCCA AIRPORT  04/15   LOW TEMPERATURE     9     12    1970
WINNEMUCCA AIRPORT  04/25   MAXIMUM RAINFALL 0.64   0.59    1883


                       ...PERIOD OF RECORD...

ELKO AIRPORT - 1930 TO PRESENT, WITH DISCONTINUOUS DOWNTOWN DATA
FROM A COOPERATIVE STATION BACK TO 1888.

ELY AIRPORT - 1938 TO PRESENT, WITH DISCONTINUOUS DOWNTOWN DATA FROM
A COOPERATIVE STATION BACK TO 1893.

TONOPAH AIRPORT - 1954 TO PRESENT, WITH DOWNTOWN DATA EXCLUDED DUE
TO LARGE ELEVATION DIFFERENCES BETWEEN DOWNTOWN AND THE AIRPORT.

WINNEMUCCA AIRPORT - 1949 TO PRESENT, WITH DOWNTOWN DATA FROM A
WEATHER BUREAU/ARMY SIGNAL CORPS STATION BACK TO 1877.


$$

DTK


000
NOUS45 KLKN 031657 AAB
PNSLKN
NVZ030-031-033>041-021330-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ELKO NV
1000 AM PDT SUN MAY 3 2015

...APRIL 2015 CLIMATOLOGICAL SUMMARY FOR NORTHEASTERN AND CENTRAL
NEVADA...

APRIL 2015 STARTED OUT WITH WEAK STORM SYSTEMS THAT COOLED
TEMPERATURES AND BROUGHT RAIN AND SNOW SHOWERS TO AREAS...MAINLY IN
CENTRAL AND EASTERN NEVADA. HARD FREEZES... INCLUDING SINGLE DIGIT
LOW TEMPERATURES...IMPACTED THE REGION BEFORE A WARMING TREND BEGAN
ON APRIL 4.

ON EASTER SUNDAY A STORM SYSTEM INITIATED WIND ADVISORIES FOR GUSTY
WINDS AND BLOWING DUST. A FOLLOWING STORM SYSTEM BROUGHT MORE GUSTY
WINDS...VALLEY RAIN AND MOUNTAIN SNOW...UP TO 19 INCHES IN
AREAS...THAT PROMPTED WINTER STORM WARNINGS. ON APRIL 9 THROUGH
11...RIDGING PROVIDED WARMER TEMPERATURES...AS WEAK DISTURBANCES
BRUSHED NORTHERN NEVADA NEAR THE OREGON AND IDAHO BORDERS...BRINGING
MORE GUSTY WINDS.

APRIL 12 AND 13...VALLEYS BEGAN TO BASK IN THE 70S WITH QUIET WEATHER
...UNTIL APRIL 14...WHEN A ROBUST COLD FRONT MOVED THROUGH TO BRING
DRAMATICALLY COLDER TEMPERATURES...WINDS WITH GUSTS UP TO 77 MPH...
AND RAIN AND SNOW...TO NORTHERN NEVADA. SNOW LEVELS FELL BELOW 6000
FEET WITH SEVERAL INCHES OF SNOW ACCUMULATION ALONG THE FRONT.
WINTER WEATHER ADVISORIES WERE ISSUED.

APRIL 16...HIGH PRESSURE BUILT INTO NEVADA FOR A WARMING TREND...WITH
TEMPERATURES 5 TO 10 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. ON APRIL 20 THE WARM
SOUTHERLY AIR BROUGHT INSTABILITY AND A FEW STRAY LIGHTNING STRIKES.
SMOKE FROM WILDFIRES IN SIBERIA AFFECTED THE GREAT BASIN. MOISTURE
AND INSTABILITY INCREASED TO BRING BENEFICIAL RAIN AND SNOW
SHOWERS...UP TO 20 INCHES IN THE MOUNTAINS...AGAIN TO THE REGION.
MULTIPLE REPORTS FROM APRIL 23 TO THE 25TH WERE RECEIVED OF PEA SIZE
HAIL...SOME UP TO TWO INCHES IN DEPTH.

AS THE STORM SYSTEM DEPARTED ON APRIL 26...GUSTY WINDS AGAIN
PROMPTED WIND ADVISORIES. WIDESPREAD SUBFREEZING TEMPERATURES ALSO
EXTENDED ACROSS THE REGION. APRIL 28 BROUGHT HIGH PRESSURE TO WARM
HIGH TEMPERATURES...THOUGH A LINGERING WEAK STORM SYSTEM ALSO
BROUGHT THUNDERSTORMS TO END THE MONTH.

THE TABLES BELOW SUMMARIZE THE WEATHER AT FOUR OF OUR AIRPORT
CLIMATE SITES DURING THE PERIOD. TEMPERATURES ARE IN DEGREES
FAHRENHEIT...WHILE PRECIPITATION AND SNOWFALL IS IN INCHES.


               ...AVERAGE TEMPERATURE STATISTICS...

                  AVERAGE     DEPARTURE
LOCATION        TEMPERATURE  FROM NORMAL               RANK

ELKO AIRPORT        45.5         0.3               35TH WARMEST
ELY AIRPORT         42.8         0.3               36TH WARMEST
TONOPAH AIRPORT     50.4         0.9               21ST WARMEST
WINNEMUCCA AIRPORT  45.5        -1.1               56TH COOLEST


               ...TOTAL PRECIPITATION STATISTICS...

                   TOTAL       DEPARTURE   PERCENT
LOCATION       PRECIPITATION  FROM NORMAL   NORMAL     RANK

ELKO AIRPORT         0.73       -0.24         75%   59TH DRIEST
ELY AIRPORT          0.67       -0.28         71%   32ND DRIEST
TONOPAH AIRPORT      0.13       -0.29         31%   20TH DRIEST
WINNEMUCCA AIRPORT   1.83        0.94        206%   12TH WETTEST


                  ...TOTAL SNOWFALL STATISTICS...

                   TOTAL       DEPARTURE   PERCENT
LOCATION         SNOWFALL     FROM NORMAL   NORMAL     RANK

ELKO AIRPORT         2.2        -1.0          69%   37ST LEAST
ELY AIRPORT          3.7        -1.5          71%   41ST LEAST
WINNEMUCCA AIRPORT   2.4         0.8         150%   39TH MOST


                   ...DAILY RECORD STATISTICS...

                    DAILY         DAILY       NEW    OLD    OLD
LOCATION         RECORD DATE   RECORD TYPE   VALUE  VALUE  YEAR

WINNEMUCCA AIRPORT  04/15   LOW TEMPERATURE     9     12    1970
WINNEMUCCA AIRPORT  04/25   MAXIMUM RAINFALL 0.64   0.59    1883


                       ...PERIOD OF RECORD...

ELKO AIRPORT - 1930 TO PRESENT, WITH DISCONTINUOUS DOWNTOWN DATA
FROM A COOPERATIVE STATION BACK TO 1888.

ELY AIRPORT - 1938 TO PRESENT, WITH DISCONTINUOUS DOWNTOWN DATA FROM
A COOPERATIVE STATION BACK TO 1893.

TONOPAH AIRPORT - 1954 TO PRESENT, WITH DOWNTOWN DATA EXCLUDED DUE
TO LARGE ELEVATION DIFFERENCES BETWEEN DOWNTOWN AND THE AIRPORT.

WINNEMUCCA AIRPORT - 1949 TO PRESENT, WITH DOWNTOWN DATA FROM A
WEATHER BUREAU/ARMY SIGNAL CORPS STATION BACK TO 1877.


$$

DTK



000
NOUS45 KLKN 031539
PNSLKN
NVZ030-031-033>041-021330-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ELKO NV
840 AM PDT SUN MAY 3 2015

...APRIL 2015 CLIMATOLOGICAL SUMMARY FOR NORTHEASTERN AND CENTRAL
NEVADA...

APRIL 2015 STARTED OUT WITH WEAK STORM SYSTEMS THAT COOLED
TEMPERATURES AND BROUGHT RAIN AND SNOW SHOWERS TO AREAS...MAINLY IN
CENTRAL AND EASTERN NEVADA. HARD FREEZES... INCLUDING SINGLE DIGIT
LOW TEMPERATURES...IMPACTED THE REGION BEFORE A WARMING TREND BEGAN
ON APRIL 4.

ON EASTER SUNDAY A STORM SYSTEM INITIATED WIND ADVISORIES FOR GUSTY
WINDS AND BLOWING DUST. A FOLLOWING STORM SYSTEM BROUGHT MORE GUSTY
WINDS...VALLEY RAIN AND MOUNTAIN SNOW...THAT PROMPTED WINTER STORM
WARNINGS. ON APRIL 9 THROUGH 11...RIDGING PROVIDED WARMER
TEMPERATURES...AS WEAK DISTURBANCES BRUSHED NORTHERN NEVADA NEAR THE
OREGON AND IDAHO BORDERS...BRINGING MORE GUSTY WINDS.

APRIL 12 AND 13...VALLEYS BEGAN TO BASK IN THE 70S WITH QUIET WEATHER
...UNTIL APRIL 14...WHEN A ROBUST COLD FRONT MOVED THROUGH TO BRING
DRAMATICALLY COLDER TEMPERATURES...MORE GUSTY WINDS...RAIN AND
SNOW...TO NORTHERN NEVADA. SNOW LEVELS FELL BELOW 6000 FEET WITH
SEVERAL INCHES OF SNOW ACCUMULATION ALONG THE FRONT. WINTER WEATHER
ADVISORIES WERE ISSUED.

APRIL 16...HIGH PRESSURE BUILT INTO NEVADA FOR A WARMING TREND...WITH
TEMPERATURES 5 TO 10 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. ON APRIL 20 THE WARM
SOUTHERLY AIR BROUGHT INSTABILITY AND A FEW STRAY LIGHTNING STRIKES.
SMOKE FROM WILDFIRES IN SIBERIA AFFECTED THE GREAT BASIN. MOISTURE
AND INSTABILITY INCREASED TO BRING BENEFICIAL RAIN AND SNOW SHOWERS
AGAIN TO THE REGION.

AS THE STORM SYSTEM DEPARTED ON APRIL 26...GUSTY WINDS AGAIN
PROMPTED WIND ADVISORIES. WIDESPREAD SUBFREEZING TEMPERATURES ALSO
EXTENDED ACROSS THE REGION. APRIL 28 BROUGHT HIGH PRESSURE TO WARM
HIGH TEMPERATURES...THOUGH A LINGERING WEAK STORM SYSTEM ALSO
BROUGHT THUNDERSTORMS TO END THE MONTH.

THE TABLES BELOW SUMMARIZE THE WEATHER AT FOUR OF OUR AIRPORT
CLIMATE SITES DURING THE PERIOD. TEMPERATURES ARE IN DEGREES
FAHRENHEIT...WHILE PRECIPITATION AND SNOWFALL IS IN INCHES.


               ...AVERAGE TEMPERATURE STATISTICS...

                  AVERAGE     DEPARTURE
LOCATION        TEMPERATURE  FROM NORMAL               RANK

ELKO AIRPORT        45.5         0.3               35TH WARMEST
ELY AIRPORT         42.8         0.3               36TH WARMEST
TONOPAH AIRPORT     50.4         0.9               21ST WARMEST
WINNEMUCCA AIRPORT  45.5        -1.1               56TH COOLEST


               ...TOTAL PRECIPITATION STATISTICS...

                   TOTAL       DEPARTURE   PERCENT
LOCATION       PRECIPITATION  FROM NORMAL   NORMAL     RANK

ELKO AIRPORT         0.73       -0.24         75%   59TH DRIEST
ELY AIRPORT          0.67       -0.28         71%   32ND DRIEST
TONOPAH AIRPORT      0.13       -0.29         31%   20TH DRIEST
WINNEMUCCA AIRPORT   1.83        0.94        206%   12TH WETTEST


                  ...TOTAL SNOWFALL STATISTICS...

                   TOTAL       DEPARTURE   PERCENT
LOCATION         SNOWFALL     FROM NORMAL   NORMAL     RANK

ELKO AIRPORT         2.2        -1.0          69%   37ST LEAST
ELY AIRPORT          3.7        -1.5          71%   41ST LEAST
WINNEMUCCA AIRPORT   2.4         0.8         150%   39TH MOST


                   ...DAILY RECORD STATISTICS...

                    DAILY         DAILY       NEW    OLD    OLD
LOCATION         RECORD DATE   RECORD TYPE   VALUE  VALUE  YEAR

WINNEMUCCA AIRPORT  04/15   LOW TEMPERATURE     9     12    1970
WINNEMUCCA AIRPORT  04/25   MAXIMUM RAINFALL 0.64   0.59    1883


                       ...PERIOD OF RECORD...

ELKO AIRPORT - 1930 TO PRESENT, WITH DISCONTINUOUS DOWNTOWN DATA
FROM A COOPERATIVE STATION BACK TO 1888.

ELY AIRPORT - 1938 TO PRESENT, WITH DISCONTINUOUS DOWNTOWN DATA FROM
A COOPERATIVE STATION BACK TO 1893.

TONOPAH AIRPORT - 1954 TO PRESENT, WITH DOWNTOWN DATA EXCLUDED DUE
TO LARGE ELEVATION DIFFERENCES BETWEEN DOWNTOWN AND THE AIRPORT.

WINNEMUCCA AIRPORT - 1949 TO PRESENT, WITH DOWNTOWN DATA FROM A
WEATHER BUREAU/ARMY SIGNAL CORPS STATION BACK TO 1877.


$$

DTK



000
NOUS45 KLKN 031539
PNSLKN
NVZ030-031-033>041-021330-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ELKO NV
840 AM PDT SUN MAY 3 2015

...APRIL 2015 CLIMATOLOGICAL SUMMARY FOR NORTHEASTERN AND CENTRAL
NEVADA...

APRIL 2015 STARTED OUT WITH WEAK STORM SYSTEMS THAT COOLED
TEMPERATURES AND BROUGHT RAIN AND SNOW SHOWERS TO AREAS...MAINLY IN
CENTRAL AND EASTERN NEVADA. HARD FREEZES... INCLUDING SINGLE DIGIT
LOW TEMPERATURES...IMPACTED THE REGION BEFORE A WARMING TREND BEGAN
ON APRIL 4.

ON EASTER SUNDAY A STORM SYSTEM INITIATED WIND ADVISORIES FOR GUSTY
WINDS AND BLOWING DUST. A FOLLOWING STORM SYSTEM BROUGHT MORE GUSTY
WINDS...VALLEY RAIN AND MOUNTAIN SNOW...THAT PROMPTED WINTER STORM
WARNINGS. ON APRIL 9 THROUGH 11...RIDGING PROVIDED WARMER
TEMPERATURES...AS WEAK DISTURBANCES BRUSHED NORTHERN NEVADA NEAR THE
OREGON AND IDAHO BORDERS...BRINGING MORE GUSTY WINDS.

APRIL 12 AND 13...VALLEYS BEGAN TO BASK IN THE 70S WITH QUIET WEATHER
...UNTIL APRIL 14...WHEN A ROBUST COLD FRONT MOVED THROUGH TO BRING
DRAMATICALLY COLDER TEMPERATURES...MORE GUSTY WINDS...RAIN AND
SNOW...TO NORTHERN NEVADA. SNOW LEVELS FELL BELOW 6000 FEET WITH
SEVERAL INCHES OF SNOW ACCUMULATION ALONG THE FRONT. WINTER WEATHER
ADVISORIES WERE ISSUED.

APRIL 16...HIGH PRESSURE BUILT INTO NEVADA FOR A WARMING TREND...WITH
TEMPERATURES 5 TO 10 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. ON APRIL 20 THE WARM
SOUTHERLY AIR BROUGHT INSTABILITY AND A FEW STRAY LIGHTNING STRIKES.
SMOKE FROM WILDFIRES IN SIBERIA AFFECTED THE GREAT BASIN. MOISTURE
AND INSTABILITY INCREASED TO BRING BENEFICIAL RAIN AND SNOW SHOWERS
AGAIN TO THE REGION.

AS THE STORM SYSTEM DEPARTED ON APRIL 26...GUSTY WINDS AGAIN
PROMPTED WIND ADVISORIES. WIDESPREAD SUBFREEZING TEMPERATURES ALSO
EXTENDED ACROSS THE REGION. APRIL 28 BROUGHT HIGH PRESSURE TO WARM
HIGH TEMPERATURES...THOUGH A LINGERING WEAK STORM SYSTEM ALSO
BROUGHT THUNDERSTORMS TO END THE MONTH.

THE TABLES BELOW SUMMARIZE THE WEATHER AT FOUR OF OUR AIRPORT
CLIMATE SITES DURING THE PERIOD. TEMPERATURES ARE IN DEGREES
FAHRENHEIT...WHILE PRECIPITATION AND SNOWFALL IS IN INCHES.


               ...AVERAGE TEMPERATURE STATISTICS...

                  AVERAGE     DEPARTURE
LOCATION        TEMPERATURE  FROM NORMAL               RANK

ELKO AIRPORT        45.5         0.3               35TH WARMEST
ELY AIRPORT         42.8         0.3               36TH WARMEST
TONOPAH AIRPORT     50.4         0.9               21ST WARMEST
WINNEMUCCA AIRPORT  45.5        -1.1               56TH COOLEST


               ...TOTAL PRECIPITATION STATISTICS...

                   TOTAL       DEPARTURE   PERCENT
LOCATION       PRECIPITATION  FROM NORMAL   NORMAL     RANK

ELKO AIRPORT         0.73       -0.24         75%   59TH DRIEST
ELY AIRPORT          0.67       -0.28         71%   32ND DRIEST
TONOPAH AIRPORT      0.13       -0.29         31%   20TH DRIEST
WINNEMUCCA AIRPORT   1.83        0.94        206%   12TH WETTEST


                  ...TOTAL SNOWFALL STATISTICS...

                   TOTAL       DEPARTURE   PERCENT
LOCATION         SNOWFALL     FROM NORMAL   NORMAL     RANK

ELKO AIRPORT         2.2        -1.0          69%   37ST LEAST
ELY AIRPORT          3.7        -1.5          71%   41ST LEAST
WINNEMUCCA AIRPORT   2.4         0.8         150%   39TH MOST


                   ...DAILY RECORD STATISTICS...

                    DAILY         DAILY       NEW    OLD    OLD
LOCATION         RECORD DATE   RECORD TYPE   VALUE  VALUE  YEAR

WINNEMUCCA AIRPORT  04/15   LOW TEMPERATURE     9     12    1970
WINNEMUCCA AIRPORT  04/25   MAXIMUM RAINFALL 0.64   0.59    1883


                       ...PERIOD OF RECORD...

ELKO AIRPORT - 1930 TO PRESENT, WITH DISCONTINUOUS DOWNTOWN DATA
FROM A COOPERATIVE STATION BACK TO 1888.

ELY AIRPORT - 1938 TO PRESENT, WITH DISCONTINUOUS DOWNTOWN DATA FROM
A COOPERATIVE STATION BACK TO 1893.

TONOPAH AIRPORT - 1954 TO PRESENT, WITH DOWNTOWN DATA EXCLUDED DUE
TO LARGE ELEVATION DIFFERENCES BETWEEN DOWNTOWN AND THE AIRPORT.

WINNEMUCCA AIRPORT - 1949 TO PRESENT, WITH DOWNTOWN DATA FROM A
WEATHER BUREAU/ARMY SIGNAL CORPS STATION BACK TO 1877.


$$

DTK


000
NOUS45 KBOU 031527
PNSBOU

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DENVER/BOULDER CO
927 PM MDT SUN MAY 03 2015

...DENVER METRO AREA SNOWFALL REPORTS...

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

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

DENVER INTL AIRPORT      0.0           0.0             53.8
THROUGH 6 AM

DENVER-STAPLETON         0.0           0.0             54.1
THROUGH 6 AM

DENVER CITY PARK         0.0           0.0             55.7
THROUGH MIDNIGHT

EVERGREEN                0.0           0.0             77.5
THROUGH 8 AM

NORTH LONGMONT           0.0           0.0             46.0
THROUGH 7 AM

WHEAT RIDGE              0.0           0.0             70.0
THROUGH 7 AM

$$



000
NOUS45 KBOU 031527
PNSBOU

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DENVER/BOULDER CO
927 PM MDT SUN MAY 03 2015

...DENVER METRO AREA SNOWFALL REPORTS...

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

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

DENVER INTL AIRPORT      0.0           0.0             53.8
THROUGH 6 AM

DENVER-STAPLETON         0.0           0.0             54.1
THROUGH 6 AM

DENVER CITY PARK         0.0           0.0             55.7
THROUGH MIDNIGHT

EVERGREEN                0.0           0.0             77.5
THROUGH 8 AM

NORTH LONGMONT           0.0           0.0             46.0
THROUGH 7 AM

WHEAT RIDGE              0.0           0.0             70.0
THROUGH 7 AM

$$


000
NOUS43 KSGF 031427
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-041426

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
926 AM CDT SUN MAY 3 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Douglas   Ava                    79  46   0.00
Barry     Roaring River SP       75  49   0.00
Webster   Niangua                77  50   0.00
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            78  45   T
Benton    Edwards 6W             84  42   0.00
Dallas    Windyville 4nw         M   M    T

$$



Frye


000
NOUS43 KSGF 031427
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-041426

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
926 AM CDT SUN MAY 3 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Douglas   Ava                    79  46   0.00
Barry     Roaring River SP       75  49   0.00
Webster   Niangua                77  50   0.00
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            78  45   T
Benton    Edwards 6W             84  42   0.00
Dallas    Windyville 4nw         M   M    T

$$



Frye


000
NOUS43 KSGF 031427
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-041426

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
926 AM CDT SUN MAY 3 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Douglas   Ava                    79  46   0.00
Barry     Roaring River SP       75  49   0.00
Webster   Niangua                77  50   0.00
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            78  45   T
Benton    Edwards 6W             84  42   0.00
Dallas    Windyville 4nw         M   M    T

$$



Frye


000
NOUS43 KSGF 031427
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-041426

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
926 AM CDT SUN MAY 3 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Douglas   Ava                    79  46   0.00
Barry     Roaring River SP       75  49   0.00
Webster   Niangua                77  50   0.00
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            78  45   T
Benton    Edwards 6W             84  42   0.00
Dallas    Windyville 4nw         M   M    T

$$



Frye


000
NOUS43 KGLD 031202
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT SUN MAY 03 2015

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

IN 1990, GOODLAND EXPERIENCED THE LATEST MAJOR SNOW STORM TO EVER
HIT THE LOCATION. HEAVY AND WET SNOW FELL NEARLY ALL DAY. SIX AND
A HALF INCHES OF SNOW ACCUMULATED AT GOODLAND. THE SNOW WAS VERY
LOCALIZED, AND FELL ONLY IN SHERMAN AND CHEYENNE COUNTIES IN KANSAS
AND PORTIONS OF EASTERN COLORADO.

$$



000
NOUS43 KGLD 031202
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT SUN MAY 03 2015

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

IN 1990, GOODLAND EXPERIENCED THE LATEST MAJOR SNOW STORM TO EVER
HIT THE LOCATION. HEAVY AND WET SNOW FELL NEARLY ALL DAY. SIX AND
A HALF INCHES OF SNOW ACCUMULATED AT GOODLAND. THE SNOW WAS VERY
LOCALIZED, AND FELL ONLY IN SHERMAN AND CHEYENNE COUNTIES IN KANSAS
AND PORTIONS OF EASTERN COLORADO.

$$



000
NOUS43 KGLD 031202
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT SUN MAY 03 2015

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

IN 1990, GOODLAND EXPERIENCED THE LATEST MAJOR SNOW STORM TO EVER
HIT THE LOCATION. HEAVY AND WET SNOW FELL NEARLY ALL DAY. SIX AND
A HALF INCHES OF SNOW ACCUMULATED AT GOODLAND. THE SNOW WAS VERY
LOCALIZED, AND FELL ONLY IN SHERMAN AND CHEYENNE COUNTIES IN KANSAS
AND PORTIONS OF EASTERN COLORADO.

$$


000
NOUS46 KPDT 030729
PNSPDT

ZCZC PDXPNSWRK 030727
TTAA00 KPDX DDHHMM

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PENDLETON OREGON
1229 AM PDT SUN MAY 3 2015

...MONTH IN REVIEW FOR NORTHEAST OREGON AND SOUTHEAST WASHINGTON FOR
THE MONTH OF APRIL 2015...

...NEAR NORMAL TEMPERATURES AND NEAR RECORD DRY CONDITIONS OBSERVED
ACROSS THE REGION IN APRIL...

I.  TEMPERATURE AND PRECIPITATION OVERVIEW

APRIL AVERAGE TEMPERATURES WERE NEAR NORMAL ACROSS THE REGION FOR THE
CALENDAR MONTH. MAXIMUM TEMPERATURES WERE GENERALLY SLIGHTLY ABOVE
NORMAL FOR THE MONTH WHILE OVERNIGHT LOWS WERE SLIGHTLY BELOW NORMAL.
TOTAL PRECIPITATION WAS WELL BELOW NORMAL, RANGING FROM ABOUT 5 TO 50
PERCENT OF AVERAGE OVER MUCH OF THE AREA; THE ONLY EXCEPTION TO THIS
WAS ALONG THE EAST SLOPES OF THE NORTHERN OREGON CASCADES AND PARTS OF
THE SOUTHERN BLUE MOUNTAINS WHERE PRECIPITATION TOTALS FOR THE MONTH
WERE BETWEEN 70-90 PERCENT OF NORMAL. TOTAL SNOWFALL FOR THE MONTH
WAS SLIGHTLY ABOVE AVERAGE OF MUCH OF THE MOUNTAINS, WHERE SEVERAL
COLDER SYSTEMS DROPPED A FEW INCHES OF SNOW. EVEN WITH THIS ADDED
SNOWFALL THE SNOW WATER EQUIVALENT REMAINED WELL BELOW AVERAGE OVER
THE ENTIRE FORECAST AREA. BY THE END OF THE MONTH SNOW WATER
EQUIVALENT RANGED FROM 0-20 PERCENT IN THE MOUNTAINS OF OREGON AND 5-
25 PERCENT ALONG THE EAST SLOPES OF THE WASHINGTON CASCADES. THE
ONLY EXCEPTION TO THIS WAS IN THE NORTHERN BLUE MOUNTAINS OF
WASHINGTON WHERE SNOW WATER EQUIVALENT WAS REPORTED TO BE NEAR 50
PERCENT.

APRIL 2015 DATA AND DEPARTURE FROM NORMAL FOR SELECTED CITIES:

                   MAX   DEP    MIN   DEP    AVE   DEP   PCPN   DEP
                   TEMP  NORM   TEMP  NORM   TEMP  NORM  TOTL   NORM

LA GRANDE          60.5  +2.2   33.1  -2.0   46.8  +0.1  0.46   -1.12
PENDLETON AIRPORT  61.7  -0.4   36.2  -3.0   49.0  -1.7  0.39   -0.81
REDMOND            60.5  +0.9   25.3  -3.8   42.9  -1.5  0.15   -0.58
THE DALLES         67.4  +3.0   40.1  -1.4   53.7  +0.8  0.12   -0.67
KENNEWICK          67.2  +0.9   42.0  -0.3   54.6  +0.3  0.15   -0.41
WALLA WALLA        64.2  +1.7   41.4  -0.6   52.8  +0.6  0.90   -1.02
YAKIMA             68.2  +4.4   35.5  +1.1   51.9  +2.8     T   -0.55


II.  SELECTED RECORDS

THE MONTH OF APRIL STARTED OFF COOL AND WET FOR THE FIRST SEVEN DAYS,
THEN REMAINED DRY AND COOL THROUGH MID-MONTH. THE WEATHER STAYED MAINLY
DRY WITH MILD CONDITIONS FOR MUCH OF THE SECOND HALF OF THE MONTH;
ALTHOUGH THERE WAS A SHORT COOLER PERIOD FROM THE 22ND THROUGH THE
26TH. THE FIRST SYSTEM OF NOTE MOVED THROUGH THE AREA ON APRIL 4TH-
6TH FOLLOWED BY ANOTHER NOTABLE STORM SYSTEM WHICH AFFECTED THE
REGION ON APRIL 13TH AND 14TH. FINALLY, THE PERIOD OF APRIL 21ST TO
THE 22ND WAS CHARACTERIZED BY A STRONG, BUT MAINLY DRY COLD FRONT
MOVING THROUGH THE AREA. THIS BROUGHT GUSTY WINDS AND MUCH COOLER
TEMPERATURES. MORE INFORMATION ON THESE WEATHER SYSTEMS CAN BE FOUND
IN SECTION III: SIGNIFICANT WEATHER BELOW.

THE COMBINATION OF THESE EVENTS RESULTED IN A FEW TOP 10 APRIL RECORD
HIGH TEMPERATURES IN SOUTHERN WASHINGTON STATE AND CENTRAL TO NORTHEAST
OREGON. THE FOLLOWING TABLE LISTS THE WEATHER STATION, APRIL RANK OF
THE 1-DAY RECORD HIGH, THE RECORD TEMPERATURE WITH DATE OF OCCURRENCE,
AND THE CURRENT RECORD TEMPERATURE FOR THE MONTH OF APRIL.

CITY             RANK      APRIL 2015 MAX T        WARMEST APR MAX T

MEACHAM, OR      #4        76 ON 4/28              78 ON 4/22/2012
HERMISTON, OR    #10       82 ON 4/18              90 ON 4/30/1998

THE COLD SYSTEM THAT MOVED THROUGH THE AREA ON EASTER SUNDAY (APRIL 5TH)
ALSO LOWERED MAX TEMPERATURES ENOUGH TO SET A FEW TOP 10 RECORD LOW
MAXIMUM TEMPERATURES FOR THE MONTH OF APRIL, ALTHOUGH NO NEW NUMBER 1
RECORDS WERE SET. THE FOLLOWING TABLE LISTS THE WEATHER STATION, APRIL
RANK OF THE 1-DAY RECORD LOW MAX TEMPERATURE, THE RECORD LOW MAX
TEMPERATURE WITH DATE OF OCCURRENCE, AND THE CURRENT RECORD LOW MAX
TEMPERATURE FOR THE MONTH OF APRIL.

CITY              RANK      APRIL 2015 MAX T       COLDEST APR MAX T

HERMISTON, OR     #2        49 ON 4/05             43 ON 4/01/2009
MILTON FREEWATER  #4        44 ON 4/05             39 ON 4/01/1936
KENNEWICK, WA     #5        47 ON 4/06             41 ON 4/02/1936
PENDLETON EXP STA #5        43 ON 4/06             38 ON 4/01/1936

THERE WERE NOT MANY EXTREME MINIMUM TEMPERATURES THROUGHOUT THE MONTH.
THERE WERE NO RECORD WARM MINIMUM TEMPERATURES NOTED FOR THE MONTH.
THERE WERE NO TOP 10 RECORD COLD MINIMUM TEMPERATURES FOR THE MONTH,
BUT THERE WERE THREE DAILY RECORD LOWS NOTED BELOW, ALONG WITH THEIR
RESPECTIVE RANKS AND THE COLDEST APRIL MINIMUM TEMPERATURE ON RECORD.
A (T) INDICATES THAT THE TEMPERATURE TIED THE RECORD WITH OTHER DATES.

CITY              RANK      APRIL 2015 MIN T         COLDEST APR MIN T

MADRAS, OR       #23        13 ON 4/09              06 ON 4/20/1927
ELLENSBURG, WA   #41        24 ON 4/05              18 ON 4/03/2007
PENDLETON DWNTN  #82 (T)    25 ON 4/27              14 ON 4/19/1966

THE MEAN SYNOPTIC PATTERN FOR THE MONTH OF APRIL 2015 WAS CHARACTERIZED
AS A GENERALLY ZONAL FLOW OVER THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST. OF COURSE THIS IS
THE OVERALL AVERAGE FOR THE MONTH; THE REALITY WAS THAT THROUGHOUT THE
MONTH THERE WERE PERIODIC TROUGHS AND RIDGES OVER OUR REGION. THERE WAS
A SLIGHT OVERALL NEGATIVE HEIGHT ANOMALY OVER THE INLAND PACIFIC
NORTHWEST, WHICH EQUATES TO TROUGHS BEING MARGINALLY MORE PREVALENT
THAN RIDGING THROUGH THE MONTH. THIS HEIGHT AND FLOW PATTERN ALLOWED
TEMPERATURES TO END UP WITHIN A FEW DEGREES EITHER SIDE OF AVERAGE AT
ALL STATIONS. WITH FEW MAJOR OR MOISTURE LADEN STORM SYSTEMS AFFECTING
THE AREA, PRECIPITATION VALUES ENDED UP WELL BELOW AVERAGE TO RECORD
LOW FOR THE MONTH, WHICH WILL BE DISCUSSED IN FURTHER DETAIL BELOW. A
FEW TOP 10 AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURES WERE SET THROUGHOUT SOUTHERN
WASHINGTON AND CENTRAL TO NORTHEAST OREGON.  THE FOLLOWING TABLE LISTS
THE LOCATION, THE RANK, THE AVERAGE APRIL HIGH TEMPERATURE, AND THE
RECORD WARMEST AVERAGE APRIL HIGH TEMPERATURE.

CITY                RANK      APR 2015 AVG MAX T   WARMEST APR AVG

HERMISTON, OR        #4        66.8                 69.8 IN 2000
ELLENSBURG, WA       #5        64.0                 68.6 IN 2004
MEACHAM, OR          #6        54.3                 57.5 IN 2000
YAKIMA, WA           #8        68.2                 70.4 IN 1977

DUE TO THE DRIER THAN AVERAGE CONDITIONS AND THE PERIODIC COLD SHOTS
THROUGHOUT THE MONTH THERE WAS GOOD OPPORTUNITY FOR IDEAL RADIATIONAL
COOLING AT MANY LOCATIONS. SEVERAL TOP 10 COLDEST APRIL AVERAGE LOW
TEMPERATURE RECORDS WERE SET IN THE AREA, BUT NONE BROKE ANY OF THE
PRIOR #1 RECORDS SET.  THE FOLLOWING TABLE LISTS THE LOCATION, THE
RANK, THE AVERAGE APRIL LOW TEMPERATURE, AND THE RECORD COLDEST APRIL
LOW TEMPERATURE.

CITY               RANK      APR 2015 AVG MIN T   COLDEST APR AVG MIN T

ANTELOPE, OR        #2         27.4                 25.8 IN 2011
JOHN DAY, OR        #2         28.4                 27.6 IN 1970
HERMISTON, OR       #3         35.3                 32.8 IN 1999
SISTERS, OR*        #4         25.8                 24.6 IN 1983
GRIZZLY, OR         #6         24.4                 21.6 IN 1964
REDMOND, OR         #8         25.3                 21.6 IN 1964
PENDLETON, OR       #9         36.2                 33.9 IN 2008

*STATION IS MISSING 4 DAYS OF DATA FOR THE MONTH*

CONSIDERING THE MEAN ZONAL FLOW OVER THE REGION AND THAT AVERAGE
TEMPERATURES ENDED UP WITHIN 2 DEGREES EITHER SIDE OF NORMAL FOR MOST
LOCATIONS THERE WERE ONLY TWO TOP TEN APRIL AVERAGE TEMPERATURE RECORDS
OF NOTE. ELLENSBURG, WA TIED FOR ITS TOP TEN WARMEST APRIL AVERAGE
TEMPERATURE AT 49.4 DEGREES, THE CURRENT RECORD FOR THE WARMEST APRIL
ON RECORD REMAINS 52.6 DEGREES SET IN 2004. ON THE OTHER HAND, JOHN
DAY, OR ACTUALLY TIED FOR ITS TOP TEN COLDEST APRIL AVERAGE
TEMPERATURES AT 43.8 DEGREES, THE CURRENT RECORD REMAINS 40.0 DEGREES
SET IN 1975.

PRECIPITATION TOTALS WERE WELL BELOW NORMAL IN MOST LOCATIONS WHICH
LEAD TO MANY TOP TEN LOWEST PRECIPITATION RECORDS AND A FEW LOCATIONS
HAD THEIR DRIEST APRILS ON RECORD. LISTED BELOW ARE THE LOCATIONS,
RANK, APRIL 2015 PRECIPITATION AND EITHER THE LOWEST RECORDED
PRECIPITATION FOR APRIL, OR THE PREVIOUS RECORD IF APRIL 2015 IS THE
NEW RECORD. A (T) AND/OR * MEANS THAT THE RECORD TIED WITH OTHER
PREVIOUS DATES/YEARS.

CITY                RANK       APR 2015 PRECIP    LOWEST APR PRECIP
DAYVILLE, OR        #1          0.17 INCHES      0.22 INCHES IN 1980
ELLENSBURG, WA      #1(T)       TRACE            TRACE IN 1956*
YAKIMA, WA          #1(T)       TRACE            TRACE IN 1985*
MILTON FREEWATER    #2(T)       0.12 INCHES      0.10 INCHES IN 1966
GOLDENDALE, WA      #3(T)       0.06 INCHES      0.03 INCHES IN 1956
PENDLETON EXP STA.  #3          0.47 INCHES      0.21 INCHES IN 1968
MEACHAM, OR         #4          1.18 INCHES      0.40 INCHES IN 2004
HERMISTON, OR       #5          0.28 INCHES      TRACE IN 1999
CONDON, OR          #7          0.12 INCHES      TRACE IN 1924*
THE DALLES, OR      #10         0.12 INCHES      TRACE IN 1977*
MORO, OR            #10         0.14 INCHES      0.01 INCHES IN 1956

THERE WERE TWO DAILY SNOWFALL RECORDS REPORTED THROUGH THE MONTH,
THE FIRST BEING GRIZZLY, OR WHEN 4.0 INCHES OF SNOW FELL ON APRIL
5TH, BREAKING THE OLD RECORD OF 3.2 INCHES SET IN 1938. THE OTHER
DAILY SNOWFALL RECORD WAS AT MEACHAM, OR WHEN 2.6 INCHES OF SNOW
FELL ON APRIL 14TH, TYING THE PREVIOUS RECORD OF 2.6 INCHES SET IN
2011.

III.  SIGNIFICANT WEATHER

A STORM SYSTEM AFFECTED THE AREA ON APRIL 5TH AND 6TH. AN UPPER LEVEL LOW
MOVED INTO THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST BRINGING MUCH COOLER TEMPERATURES,
RAIN SHOWERS, LIGHT SNOW AND EVEN THUNDERSTORMS. CENTRAL OREGON
INCLUDING THE BEND AND REDMOND AREA REPORTED A MIXTURE OF RAIN AND SNOW
SHOWERS THROUGH THE DAY ON THE 5TH WITH EVEN SCATTERED REPORTS OF
THUNDERSHOWERS. TEMPERATURES WERE VERY COLD FOR EARLY APRIL, WITH MOST
LOCATIONS REMAINING IN THE 30S AND LOWER 40S THROUGH THE DAY. PERIODS
OF LIGHT SNOW EVEN AFFECTED THE NORTHERN BLUE MOUNTAIN FOOTHILLS
INCLUDING LOCATIONS NEAR PENDLETON DURING THE MID TO LATE MORNING HOURS
ON THE 5TH...ONLY TRACES OF SNOW WERE REPORTED HERE. SLIGHTLY HIGHER
SNOWFALL TOTALS WERE OBSERVED IN THE BLUE MOUNTAINS WHERE LOCATIONS
SUCH AS MEACHAM REPORTED 1 - 4 INCHES OF SNOW FROM APRIL 4TH - 6TH.
LOCATIONS IN WASHINGTON WERE NOT AFFECTED AS MUCH BY THIS SYSTEM,
HOWEVER PERIODS OF LIGHT RAIN WERE OBSERVED AND THIS RAIN LINGERED
INTO THE EARLY MORNING HOURS ON APRIL 6TH. BELOW ARE SOME SAMPLE
PRECIPITATION, AND SNOW TOTALS ALONG WITH WHETHER THUNDER WAS
OBSERVED FROM THIS SYSTEM AROUND THE FORECAST AREA:

CITY                 PRECIP TOTAL              SNOW TOTAL     THUNDER?

PENDLETON, OR         0.19 INCHES              TRACE             NO
MEACHAM, OR           0.45 INCHES              3.2 INCHES        NO
REDMOND, OR           0.03 INCHES              TRACE             NO
PASCO, WA             0.18 INCHES              0.0 INCHES        NO
WALLA WALLA, WA       0.35 INCHES              0.0 INCHES        NO
YAKIMA, WA            TRACE                    0.0 INCHES        NO
LA GRANDE, OR         0.03 INCHES              0.0 INCHES        UNKNWN
JOSEPH, OR            0.02 INCHES              TRACE             NO
MADRAS, OR            0.07 INCHES              TRACE             YES
PRINEVILLE, OR        0.05 INCHES              TRACE             YES
JOHN DAY, OR          0.38 INCHES              0.5 INCHES        YES
HERMISTON, OR         0.26 INCHES              0.0 INCHES        NO

FROM APRIL 13TH - 14TH ANOTHER STRONG COLD FRONT WITH AN ASSOCIATED
LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM MOVED INTO THE AREA BRINGING PERIODS OF RAIN,
WIND, THUNDERSHOWERS WITH SMALL HAIL AND COOLER TEMPERATURES.

A SHARP UPPER LEVEL TROUGH MOVED OVER THE REGION DURING THE MORNING AND
EARLY AFTERNOON HOURS ON THE 14TH. THIS BROUGHT A COLD POOL OF AIR INTO
THE MID AND UPPER LEVELS OF THE ATMOSPHERE. AS THE SURFACE WARMED FROM
DAYTIME HEATING THIS LEAD TO THE DESTABILIZATION OF THE ATMOSPHERE WITH
CONVECTIVE SHOWERS AND ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS DEVELOPING. WITH THE VERY
LOW FREEZING LEVELS SOME OF THE SHOWERS/STORMS PRODUCED SMALL HAIL
AND/OR GRAUPEL; THIS WAS MAINLY OBSERVED OVER THE BLUE MOUNTAINS AND
THE BLUE MOUNTAIN FOOTHILLS REGION. BELOW ARE SOME PRECIPITATION AND
WIND REPORTS FROM THIS EVENT:

CITY                 PRECIP TOTAL               PEAK WIND GUST

PENDLETON, OR         0.04 INCHES                  46 MPH
MEACHAM, OR           0.39 INCHES                  22 MPH
REDMOND, OR           0.00 INCHES                  45 MPH
PASCO, WA             TRACE                        44 MPH
WALLA WALLA, WA       0.45 INCHES                  34 MPH
YAKIMA, WA            0.00 INCHES                  39 MPH
LA GRANDE, OR         0.13 INCHES                  43 MPH
JOSEPH, OR            TRACE                        31 MPH
MADRAS, OR            0.00 INCHES                  44 MPH
PRINEVILLE, OR        0.00 INCHES                  39 MPH
JOHN DAY, OR          0.19 INCHES                  46 MPH
HERMISTON, OR         TRACE                        36 MPH
ELLENSBURG, WA        0.00 INCHES                  49 MPH
*MEACHAM, OR ALSO REPORTED 2.6 INCHES OF SNOW WITH THIS EVENT*
        *PENDLETON, OR REPORTED SMALL HAIL/GRAUPEL WITH THIS EVENT*

AFTER A CALM, DRY AND MILD DAY ON APRIL 21ST A STORM SYSTEM APPROACHED
WITH A STRONG COLD FRONT BY THE LATE EVENING HOURS. THIS STORM SYSTEM
WAS LACKING MOISTURE BUT HAD PLENTY OF COOLER AIR BEHIND IT. AS THE
COLD FRONT MOVE THROUGH THE AREA SOME SCATTERED SHOWERS WERE OBSERVED
ALONG WITH GUSTY WINDS. TWENTY-FOUR HOUR TEMPERATURE CHANGES FROM THE
AFTERNOON MAXES ON THE 21ST TO THE AFTERNOON MAXES ON THE 22ND RANGED
ANYWHERE FROM 10 TO NEARLY 20 DEGREES COOLER OVER THE FORECAST AREA.
WITH THE DRY FRONTAL PASSAGE AND INCREASING WINDS THERE WAS ALSO
SOME MINOR, PATCHY BLOWING DUST REPORTED...MAINLY IN THE COLUMBIA
BASIN. BELOW ARE SOME RAIN AND WIND REPORTS ALONG WITH THE 24 HOUR
TEMPERATURE CHANGE DURING THIS EVENT.

CITY                 PRECIP TOTAL    PEAK WIND GUST   24 HR TEMP CHANGE

PENDLETON, OR         0.00 INCHES         45 MPH          -15
MEACHAM, OR          TRACE INCHES         16 MPH          -18
REDMOND, OR           0.04 INCHES         31 MPH          -12
PASCO, WA             0.00 INCHES         28 MPH          -15
WALLA WALLA, WA       0.00 INCHES         30 MPH          -17
YAKIMA, WA            0.00 INCHES         41 MPH          -14
LA GRANDE, OR         0.00 INCHES         33 MPH          -17
JOSEPH, OR           TRACE INCHES         -- MPH          -16
MADRAS, OR            0.00 INCHES         33 MPH          -13
PRINEVILLE, OR        0.00 INCHES         31 MPH          -13
JOHN DAY, OR         TRACE INCHES         38 MPH          -16
HERMISTON, OR         0.00 INCHES         40 MPH          -14



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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
810 PM MDT SAT MAY 2 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

BELOW ARE TODAYS PEAK WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 800 PM.

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
LOGAN - 4444 FT                          6 PM SAT     41 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
GROOME - 4223 FT                         4 PM SAT     55 MPH
V-GRID - 4226 FT                         4 PM SAT     53 MPH
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT               3 PM SAT     50 MPH
CAUSEWAY - 4246 FT                       7 PM SAT     49 MPH
GUNNISON ISLAND - 4242 FT                6 PM SAT     48 MPH
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              7 PM SAT     46 MPH
PROMONTORY POINT - 6926 FT               7 PM SAT     46 MPH
CLIFTON FLAT - 6384 FT                   6 PM SAT     44 MPH
WEST GRANITE - 4403 FT                   6 PM SAT     44 MPH
GROUSE CREEK - 5845 FT                   2 PM SAT     44 MPH
ENGLISH VILLAGE - 4788 FT                6 PM SAT     43 MPH
ROMEO & CENTERLINE - 4308 FT             6 PM SAT     42 MPH
TOWER GRID - 4346 FT                     1 PM SAT     42 MPH
DIDDLE KNOLL - 4265 FT                   7 PM SAT     41 MPH
DUGWAY - APG - 4291 FT                   5 PM SAT     40 MPH
SR-30 AT CURLEW - 4766 FT                3 PM SAT     40 MPH
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 2 PM SAT     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
I-80 AT SILVER CREEK JCT - 6498 FT       4 PM SAT     42 MPH
HEBER CITY - MCDONALD FIELD - 5636 FT    2 PM SAT     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OGDEN PEAK - 9570 FT                     8 AM SAT     58 MPH
WASATCH HILLS - 6939 FT                  3 PM SAT     52 MPH
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    1 PM SAT     48 MPH
SR-65 AT BIG MOUNTAIN PASS - 7433 FT     1 PM SAT     45 MPH
PARLEYS SUMMIT - 7040 FT                 2 PM SAT     44 MPH
LOGAN SUMMIT - 7620 FT                   1 PM SAT     44 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
SUNDANCE - ARROWHEAD - 8251 FT           2 PM SAT     48 MPH
CENTRAL WASATCH PEAKS - 11066 FT         5 PM SAT     40 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
WINDY PEAK - 10662 FT                    2 PM SAT     51 MPH

...CASTLE COUNTRY...
CARBON COUNTY AIRPORT - 5922 FT         12 PM SAT     43 MPH

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
HINCKLEY 9 WSW                           5 PM SAT     61 MPH
FILLMORE - 4985 FT                       4 PM SAT     51 MPH
CLEARSPOT - 4806 FT                      5 PM SAT     47 MPH

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT      3 PM SAT     40 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SR-72 AT HOGAN PASS - 8977 FT            4 PM SAT     43 MPH
FREMONT JUNCTION - 6801 FT               1 PM SAT     43 MPH

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
PORTABLE TRAFFIC 1 - 6204 FT             1 PM SAT     43 MPH
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              5 PM SAT     42 MPH

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
CHURCH BUTTE - 6743 FT                   7 PM SAT     50 MPH
FORT BRIDGER WY - 7034 FT                1 PM SAT     45 MPH
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         4 PM SAT     44 MPH
EVANSTON - 6854 FT                       3 PM SAT     42 MPH
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    1 PM SAT     42 MPH
PAINTER - 6939 FT                        1 PM SAT     42 MPH
US 189 INTERCHANGE - 6978 FT             1 PM SAT     40 MPH

$$



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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
810 PM MDT SAT MAY 2 2015

...PRELIMINARY STORM INFORMATION...

BELOW ARE TODAYS PEAK WIND GUST REPORTS THROUGH 800 PM.

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
LOGAN - 4444 FT                          6 PM SAT     41 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
GROOME - 4223 FT                         4 PM SAT     55 MPH
V-GRID - 4226 FT                         4 PM SAT     53 MPH
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT               3 PM SAT     50 MPH
CAUSEWAY - 4246 FT                       7 PM SAT     49 MPH
GUNNISON ISLAND - 4242 FT                6 PM SAT     48 MPH
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              7 PM SAT     46 MPH
PROMONTORY POINT - 6926 FT               7 PM SAT     46 MPH
CLIFTON FLAT - 6384 FT                   6 PM SAT     44 MPH
WEST GRANITE - 4403 FT                   6 PM SAT     44 MPH
GROUSE CREEK - 5845 FT                   2 PM SAT     44 MPH
ENGLISH VILLAGE - 4788 FT                6 PM SAT     43 MPH
ROMEO & CENTERLINE - 4308 FT             6 PM SAT     42 MPH
TOWER GRID - 4346 FT                     1 PM SAT     42 MPH
DIDDLE KNOLL - 4265 FT                   7 PM SAT     41 MPH
DUGWAY - APG - 4291 FT                   5 PM SAT     40 MPH
SR-30 AT CURLEW - 4766 FT                3 PM SAT     40 MPH
WENDOVER FIELD - 4236 FT                 2 PM SAT     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
I-80 AT SILVER CREEK JCT - 6498 FT       4 PM SAT     42 MPH
HEBER CITY - MCDONALD FIELD - 5636 FT    2 PM SAT     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OGDEN PEAK - 9570 FT                     8 AM SAT     58 MPH
WASATCH HILLS - 6939 FT                  3 PM SAT     52 MPH
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    1 PM SAT     48 MPH
SR-65 AT BIG MOUNTAIN PASS - 7433 FT     1 PM SAT     45 MPH
PARLEYS SUMMIT - 7040 FT                 2 PM SAT     44 MPH
LOGAN SUMMIT - 7620 FT                   1 PM SAT     44 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
SUNDANCE - ARROWHEAD - 8251 FT           2 PM SAT     48 MPH
CENTRAL WASATCH PEAKS - 11066 FT         5 PM SAT     40 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
WINDY PEAK - 10662 FT                    2 PM SAT     51 MPH

...CASTLE COUNTRY...
CARBON COUNTY AIRPORT - 5922 FT         12 PM SAT     43 MPH

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
HINCKLEY 9 WSW                           5 PM SAT     61 MPH
FILLMORE - 4985 FT                       4 PM SAT     51 MPH
CLEARSPOT - 4806 FT                      5 PM SAT     47 MPH

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT      3 PM SAT     40 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SR-72 AT HOGAN PASS - 8977 FT            4 PM SAT     43 MPH
FREMONT JUNCTION - 6801 FT               1 PM SAT     43 MPH

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
PORTABLE TRAFFIC 1 - 6204 FT             1 PM SAT     43 MPH
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              5 PM SAT     42 MPH

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
CHURCH BUTTE - 6743 FT                   7 PM SAT     50 MPH
FORT BRIDGER WY - 7034 FT                1 PM SAT     45 MPH
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         4 PM SAT     44 MPH
EVANSTON - 6854 FT                       3 PM SAT     42 MPH
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    1 PM SAT     42 MPH
PAINTER - 6939 FT                        1 PM SAT     42 MPH
US 189 INTERCHANGE - 6978 FT             1 PM SAT     40 MPH

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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
517 PM MDT SAT MAY 2 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 83
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 48
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.02
                    PK WIND 43 MPH FROM NW AT 412 PM MDT.

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 76
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 42
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.03
                    PK WIND 33 MPH FROM SW AT 353 PM MDT.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 71
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 32
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.01
                    PK WIND 39 MPH FROM W AT 227 PM MDT.


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COZ070-085-086-030017

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
517 PM MDT SAT MAY 2 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 83
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 48
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.02
                    PK WIND 43 MPH FROM NW AT 412 PM MDT.

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 76
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 42
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.03
                    PK WIND 33 MPH FROM SW AT 353 PM MDT.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 71
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 32
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.01
                    PK WIND 39 MPH FROM W AT 227 PM MDT.


$$


000
NOUS45 KPUB 022317
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-030017

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
517 PM MDT SAT MAY 2 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 83
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 48
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.02
                    PK WIND 43 MPH FROM NW AT 412 PM MDT.

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 76
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 42
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.03
                    PK WIND 33 MPH FROM SW AT 353 PM MDT.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 71
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 32
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.01
                    PK WIND 39 MPH FROM W AT 227 PM MDT.


$$


000
NOUS45 KPUB 022317
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-030017

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
517 PM MDT SAT MAY 2 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 83
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 48
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.02
                    PK WIND 43 MPH FROM NW AT 412 PM MDT.

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 76
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 42
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.03
                    PK WIND 33 MPH FROM SW AT 353 PM MDT.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 71
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 32
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.01
                    PK WIND 39 MPH FROM W AT 227 PM MDT.


$$


000
NOUS45 KPUB 022317
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-030017

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
517 PM MDT SAT MAY 2 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 83
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 48
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.02
                    PK WIND 43 MPH FROM NW AT 412 PM MDT.

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 76
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 42
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.03
                    PK WIND 33 MPH FROM SW AT 353 PM MDT.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 71
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 32
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.01
                    PK WIND 39 MPH FROM W AT 227 PM MDT.


$$



000
NOUS45 KPUB 022317
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-030017

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
517 PM MDT SAT MAY 2 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 83
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 48
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.02
                    PK WIND 43 MPH FROM NW AT 412 PM MDT.

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 76
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 42
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.03
                    PK WIND 33 MPH FROM SW AT 353 PM MDT.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 71
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 32
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.01
                    PK WIND 39 MPH FROM W AT 227 PM MDT.


$$


000
NOUS45 KBOU 021927 CCA
PNSBOU

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DENVER/BOULDER CO
127 PM MDT SAT MAY 02 2015...CORRECTED SNOWFALL AMOUNTS

...DENVER METRO AREA SNOWFALL REPORTS...

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

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

DENVER INTL AIRPORT      0.0           0.0             53.8
THROUGH 6 AM

DENVER-STAPLETON         0.0           0.0             54.1
THROUGH 6 AM

DENVER CITY PARK         0.0           0.0             55.7
THROUGH MIDNIGHT

EVERGREEN                0.0           0.0             77.5
THROUGH 8 AM

NORTH LONGMONT           0.0           0.0             46.0
THROUGH 7 AM

WHEAT RIDGE              0.0           0.0             70.0
THROUGH 7 AM

$$



000
NOUS45 KBOU 021927 CCA
PNSBOU

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DENVER/BOULDER CO
127 PM MDT SAT MAY 02 2015...CORRECTED SNOWFALL AMOUNTS

...DENVER METRO AREA SNOWFALL REPORTS...

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

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

DENVER INTL AIRPORT      0.0           0.0             53.8
THROUGH 6 AM

DENVER-STAPLETON         0.0           0.0             54.1
THROUGH 6 AM

DENVER CITY PARK         0.0           0.0             55.7
THROUGH MIDNIGHT

EVERGREEN                0.0           0.0             77.5
THROUGH 8 AM

NORTH LONGMONT           0.0           0.0             46.0
THROUGH 7 AM

WHEAT RIDGE              0.0           0.0             70.0
THROUGH 7 AM

$$


000
NOUS45 KBOU 021927 CCA
PNSBOU

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DENVER/BOULDER CO
127 PM MDT SAT MAY 02 2015...CORRECTED SNOWFALL AMOUNTS

...DENVER METRO AREA SNOWFALL REPORTS...

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

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

DENVER INTL AIRPORT      0.0           0.0             53.8
THROUGH 6 AM

DENVER-STAPLETON         0.0           0.0             54.1
THROUGH 6 AM

DENVER CITY PARK         0.0           0.0             55.7
THROUGH MIDNIGHT

EVERGREEN                0.0           0.0             77.5
THROUGH 8 AM

NORTH LONGMONT           0.0           0.0             46.0
THROUGH 7 AM

WHEAT RIDGE              0.0           0.0             70.0
THROUGH 7 AM

$$


000
NOUS45 KBOU 021927 CCA
PNSBOU

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DENVER/BOULDER CO
127 PM MDT SAT MAY 02 2015...CORRECTED SNOWFALL AMOUNTS

...DENVER METRO AREA SNOWFALL REPORTS...

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

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

DENVER INTL AIRPORT      0.0           0.0             53.8
THROUGH 6 AM

DENVER-STAPLETON         0.0           0.0             54.1
THROUGH 6 AM

DENVER CITY PARK         0.0           0.0             55.7
THROUGH MIDNIGHT

EVERGREEN                0.0           0.0             77.5
THROUGH 8 AM

NORTH LONGMONT           0.0           0.0             46.0
THROUGH 7 AM

WHEAT RIDGE              0.0           0.0             70.0
THROUGH 7 AM

$$



000
NOUS43 KSGF 021431
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-031431

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
931 AM CDT SAT MAY 2 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Barry     Roaring River SP       74  39   0.00
Douglas   Ava                    77  40   0.00
Webster   Niangua                74  31   0.00
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            75  48   0.00
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            74  41   0.00
Morgan    Gravois Mills          74  49   0.00
Benton    Edwards 6W             81  36   0.00

$$



Frye



000
NOUS43 KSGF 021431
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-031431

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
931 AM CDT SAT MAY 2 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Barry     Roaring River SP       74  39   0.00
Douglas   Ava                    77  40   0.00
Webster   Niangua                74  31   0.00
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            75  48   0.00
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            74  41   0.00
Morgan    Gravois Mills          74  49   0.00
Benton    Edwards 6W             81  36   0.00

$$



Frye



000
NOUS43 KSGF 021431
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-031431

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
931 AM CDT SAT MAY 2 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Barry     Roaring River SP       74  39   0.00
Douglas   Ava                    77  40   0.00
Webster   Niangua                74  31   0.00
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            75  48   0.00
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            74  41   0.00
Morgan    Gravois Mills          74  49   0.00
Benton    Edwards 6W             81  36   0.00

$$



Frye


000
NOUS43 KSGF 021431
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-031431

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
931 AM CDT SAT MAY 2 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Barry     Roaring River SP       74  39   0.00
Douglas   Ava                    77  40   0.00
Webster   Niangua                74  31   0.00
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            75  48   0.00
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            74  41   0.00
Morgan    Gravois Mills          74  49   0.00
Benton    Edwards 6W             81  36   0.00

$$



Frye


000
NOUS41 KALY 021301
PNSALY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBANY NY
800 AM EDT SAT MAY 2 2015

...SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK CONCLUDES TODAY...

TODAY MARKS THE END OF SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK.

PLAN NOW TO KEEP SAFE DURING SEVERE WEATHER.

BEFORE A STORM...DEVELOP A SEVERE WEATHER SAFETY PLAN AT HOME...
SCHOOL...WORK...CHURCH AND WHEN OUTDOORS. IDENTIFY A SAFE PLACE
TO TAKE SHELTER. CONDUCT FREQUENT DRILLS. KNOW WHAT ACTION YOU
WILL TAKE WHEN A WARNING IS ISSUED. KNOW WHERE TO RECEIVE THE
LATEST WEATHER INFORMATION. BE WEATHER READY.

NOAA WEATHER RADIO OFFERS ONE WAY TO RECEIVE IMMEDIATE RELAY
OF SEVERE WEATHER WARNINGS. MANY LOCAL TELEVISION AND
RADIO STATIONS ALSO BROADCAST WEATHER ALERTS. COMPUTERS AND
WIRELESS DEVICES CAN ALSO RECEIVE WARNINGS. THE RED CROSS...MANY
STATE EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCIES AND PRIVATE VENDORS HAVE
WIRELESS APPLICATIONS THAT WILL ALERT YOU OF SEVERE WEATHER BY
RELAYING NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WARNINGS.

DURING SEVERE WEATHER...POSTPONE OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES IF
THUNDERSTORMS ARE IMMINENT. MOVE TO A STURDY BUILDING OR CAR. IF
CAUGHT OUTDOORS...FIND A LOW SPOT. MAKE SURE YOUR CHOICE IS NOT
SUSCEPTIBLE TO FLOODING. IF IN THE WOODS...TAKE SHELTER UNDER
SMALLER TREES. IF YOU ARE BOATING OR SWIMMING...SEEK SHELTER
ON LAND IMMEDIATELY. WHEN THE THUNDER ROARS...GO INDOORS.

IF A TORNADO WARNING IS ISSUED...MOVE TO A PRE DESIGNATED PLACE OF
SAFETY...PREFERABLY A BASEMENT OR INTERIOR ROOM. STAY AWAY FROM
WINDOWS. GET AS LOW TO THE GROUND AS POSSIBLE. COVER YOUR HEAD. IF
CAUGHT OUTDOORS AND A TORNADO THREATENS...LIE FLAT IN A DITCH OR
DEPRESSION AND COVER YOUR HEAD WITH YOUR HANDS. BE AWARE OF FLYING
DEBRIS. FLYING DEBRIS CAUSES MOST FATALITIES AND INJURIES DURING A
TORNADO. MOBILE HOMES OFFER LITTLE PROTECTION FROM A TORNADO.
EVACUATE YOUR MOBILE HOME AND MOVE TO YOUR DESIGNATED PLACE OF
SAFETY.

FLASH FLOODING CAN BE DEADLY. NEVER UNDERESTIMATE THE POWER OF
WATER. HALF OF ALL FLASH FLOOD RELATED DEATHS OCCUR IN
AUTOMOBILES. TWO FEET OF FLOWING WATER WILL CAUSE MOST CARS TO
FLOAT. FLOODING HAZARDS ARE INCREASED AT NIGHT WHEN VISIBILITY IS
REDUCED. THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE URGES YOU TO RESPECT ALL
BARRIERS THAT WARN OF FLOODED ROADS. TURN AROUND...DONT DROWN.

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ISSUES SEVERE WEATHER WATCHES AND
WARNINGS. A WATCH MEANS THAT SEVERE WEATHER...SEVERE
THUNDERSTORMS...TORNADOES OR FLASH FLOODING IS POSSIBLE. A WARNING
MEANS THAT SEVERE WEATHER IS IMMINENT OR OCCURRING. YOU SHOULD
KNOW WHAT TO DO IF A WARNING IS ISSUED. WHEN A WARNING...ANY
SEVERE WEATHER WARNING...IS ISSUED...TAKE IMMEDIATE ACTION TO
PROTECT YOUR LIFE.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK...GO TO OUR
WEB SITE WWW.WEATHER.GOV. THEN CLICK ON EASTERN NEW YORK OR
WESTERN NEW ENGLAND. FINALLY...SELECT OUR SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS
LINK.

TODAY CONCLUDES SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK.

$$

DIRIENZO



000
NOUS41 KALY 021301
PNSALY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBANY NY
800 AM EDT SAT MAY 2 2015

...SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK CONCLUDES TODAY...

TODAY MARKS THE END OF SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK.

PLAN NOW TO KEEP SAFE DURING SEVERE WEATHER.

BEFORE A STORM...DEVELOP A SEVERE WEATHER SAFETY PLAN AT HOME...
SCHOOL...WORK...CHURCH AND WHEN OUTDOORS. IDENTIFY A SAFE PLACE
TO TAKE SHELTER. CONDUCT FREQUENT DRILLS. KNOW WHAT ACTION YOU
WILL TAKE WHEN A WARNING IS ISSUED. KNOW WHERE TO RECEIVE THE
LATEST WEATHER INFORMATION. BE WEATHER READY.

NOAA WEATHER RADIO OFFERS ONE WAY TO RECEIVE IMMEDIATE RELAY
OF SEVERE WEATHER WARNINGS. MANY LOCAL TELEVISION AND
RADIO STATIONS ALSO BROADCAST WEATHER ALERTS. COMPUTERS AND
WIRELESS DEVICES CAN ALSO RECEIVE WARNINGS. THE RED CROSS...MANY
STATE EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCIES AND PRIVATE VENDORS HAVE
WIRELESS APPLICATIONS THAT WILL ALERT YOU OF SEVERE WEATHER BY
RELAYING NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WARNINGS.

DURING SEVERE WEATHER...POSTPONE OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES IF
THUNDERSTORMS ARE IMMINENT. MOVE TO A STURDY BUILDING OR CAR. IF
CAUGHT OUTDOORS...FIND A LOW SPOT. MAKE SURE YOUR CHOICE IS NOT
SUSCEPTIBLE TO FLOODING. IF IN THE WOODS...TAKE SHELTER UNDER
SMALLER TREES. IF YOU ARE BOATING OR SWIMMING...SEEK SHELTER
ON LAND IMMEDIATELY. WHEN THE THUNDER ROARS...GO INDOORS.

IF A TORNADO WARNING IS ISSUED...MOVE TO A PRE DESIGNATED PLACE OF
SAFETY...PREFERABLY A BASEMENT OR INTERIOR ROOM. STAY AWAY FROM
WINDOWS. GET AS LOW TO THE GROUND AS POSSIBLE. COVER YOUR HEAD. IF
CAUGHT OUTDOORS AND A TORNADO THREATENS...LIE FLAT IN A DITCH OR
DEPRESSION AND COVER YOUR HEAD WITH YOUR HANDS. BE AWARE OF FLYING
DEBRIS. FLYING DEBRIS CAUSES MOST FATALITIES AND INJURIES DURING A
TORNADO. MOBILE HOMES OFFER LITTLE PROTECTION FROM A TORNADO.
EVACUATE YOUR MOBILE HOME AND MOVE TO YOUR DESIGNATED PLACE OF
SAFETY.

FLASH FLOODING CAN BE DEADLY. NEVER UNDERESTIMATE THE POWER OF
WATER. HALF OF ALL FLASH FLOOD RELATED DEATHS OCCUR IN
AUTOMOBILES. TWO FEET OF FLOWING WATER WILL CAUSE MOST CARS TO
FLOAT. FLOODING HAZARDS ARE INCREASED AT NIGHT WHEN VISIBILITY IS
REDUCED. THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE URGES YOU TO RESPECT ALL
BARRIERS THAT WARN OF FLOODED ROADS. TURN AROUND...DONT DROWN.

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ISSUES SEVERE WEATHER WATCHES AND
WARNINGS. A WATCH MEANS THAT SEVERE WEATHER...SEVERE
THUNDERSTORMS...TORNADOES OR FLASH FLOODING IS POSSIBLE. A WARNING
MEANS THAT SEVERE WEATHER IS IMMINENT OR OCCURRING. YOU SHOULD
KNOW WHAT TO DO IF A WARNING IS ISSUED. WHEN A WARNING...ANY
SEVERE WEATHER WARNING...IS ISSUED...TAKE IMMEDIATE ACTION TO
PROTECT YOUR LIFE.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK...GO TO OUR
WEB SITE WWW.WEATHER.GOV. THEN CLICK ON EASTERN NEW YORK OR
WESTERN NEW ENGLAND. FINALLY...SELECT OUR SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS
LINK.

TODAY CONCLUDES SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK.

$$

DIRIENZO



000
NOUS41 KALY 021301
PNSALY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBANY NY
800 AM EDT SAT MAY 2 2015

...SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK CONCLUDES TODAY...

TODAY MARKS THE END OF SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK.

PLAN NOW TO KEEP SAFE DURING SEVERE WEATHER.

BEFORE A STORM...DEVELOP A SEVERE WEATHER SAFETY PLAN AT HOME...
SCHOOL...WORK...CHURCH AND WHEN OUTDOORS. IDENTIFY A SAFE PLACE
TO TAKE SHELTER. CONDUCT FREQUENT DRILLS. KNOW WHAT ACTION YOU
WILL TAKE WHEN A WARNING IS ISSUED. KNOW WHERE TO RECEIVE THE
LATEST WEATHER INFORMATION. BE WEATHER READY.

NOAA WEATHER RADIO OFFERS ONE WAY TO RECEIVE IMMEDIATE RELAY
OF SEVERE WEATHER WARNINGS. MANY LOCAL TELEVISION AND
RADIO STATIONS ALSO BROADCAST WEATHER ALERTS. COMPUTERS AND
WIRELESS DEVICES CAN ALSO RECEIVE WARNINGS. THE RED CROSS...MANY
STATE EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCIES AND PRIVATE VENDORS HAVE
WIRELESS APPLICATIONS THAT WILL ALERT YOU OF SEVERE WEATHER BY
RELAYING NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WARNINGS.

DURING SEVERE WEATHER...POSTPONE OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES IF
THUNDERSTORMS ARE IMMINENT. MOVE TO A STURDY BUILDING OR CAR. IF
CAUGHT OUTDOORS...FIND A LOW SPOT. MAKE SURE YOUR CHOICE IS NOT
SUSCEPTIBLE TO FLOODING. IF IN THE WOODS...TAKE SHELTER UNDER
SMALLER TREES. IF YOU ARE BOATING OR SWIMMING...SEEK SHELTER
ON LAND IMMEDIATELY. WHEN THE THUNDER ROARS...GO INDOORS.

IF A TORNADO WARNING IS ISSUED...MOVE TO A PRE DESIGNATED PLACE OF
SAFETY...PREFERABLY A BASEMENT OR INTERIOR ROOM. STAY AWAY FROM
WINDOWS. GET AS LOW TO THE GROUND AS POSSIBLE. COVER YOUR HEAD. IF
CAUGHT OUTDOORS AND A TORNADO THREATENS...LIE FLAT IN A DITCH OR
DEPRESSION AND COVER YOUR HEAD WITH YOUR HANDS. BE AWARE OF FLYING
DEBRIS. FLYING DEBRIS CAUSES MOST FATALITIES AND INJURIES DURING A
TORNADO. MOBILE HOMES OFFER LITTLE PROTECTION FROM A TORNADO.
EVACUATE YOUR MOBILE HOME AND MOVE TO YOUR DESIGNATED PLACE OF
SAFETY.

FLASH FLOODING CAN BE DEADLY. NEVER UNDERESTIMATE THE POWER OF
WATER. HALF OF ALL FLASH FLOOD RELATED DEATHS OCCUR IN
AUTOMOBILES. TWO FEET OF FLOWING WATER WILL CAUSE MOST CARS TO
FLOAT. FLOODING HAZARDS ARE INCREASED AT NIGHT WHEN VISIBILITY IS
REDUCED. THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE URGES YOU TO RESPECT ALL
BARRIERS THAT WARN OF FLOODED ROADS. TURN AROUND...DONT DROWN.

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ISSUES SEVERE WEATHER WATCHES AND
WARNINGS. A WATCH MEANS THAT SEVERE WEATHER...SEVERE
THUNDERSTORMS...TORNADOES OR FLASH FLOODING IS POSSIBLE. A WARNING
MEANS THAT SEVERE WEATHER IS IMMINENT OR OCCURRING. YOU SHOULD
KNOW WHAT TO DO IF A WARNING IS ISSUED. WHEN A WARNING...ANY
SEVERE WEATHER WARNING...IS ISSUED...TAKE IMMEDIATE ACTION TO
PROTECT YOUR LIFE.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK...GO TO OUR
WEB SITE WWW.WEATHER.GOV. THEN CLICK ON EASTERN NEW YORK OR
WESTERN NEW ENGLAND. FINALLY...SELECT OUR SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS
LINK.

TODAY CONCLUDES SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK.

$$

DIRIENZO


000
NOUS43 KGLD 021201
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT SAT MAY 02 2015

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

IN 1997, WIND GUSTS UP TO 70 MPH KNOCKED OUT POWER AND OVERTURNED
A CATTLE TRUCK IN NORTHWEST KANSAS. WIND GUSTS REPORTED WERE 70 MPH
IN BREWSTER, 69 MPH IN ST FRANCIS, 66 MPH IN ATWOOD, 65 MPH IN
BIRD CITY, 65 MPH IN GOODLAND, 62 MPH IN GRINNELL, AND 62 MPH
IN LEOTI. THERE WAS 1 MINOR INJURY IN THE TRUCK ACCIDENT.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 021201
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT SAT MAY 02 2015

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

IN 1997, WIND GUSTS UP TO 70 MPH KNOCKED OUT POWER AND OVERTURNED
A CATTLE TRUCK IN NORTHWEST KANSAS. WIND GUSTS REPORTED WERE 70 MPH
IN BREWSTER, 69 MPH IN ST FRANCIS, 66 MPH IN ATWOOD, 65 MPH IN
BIRD CITY, 65 MPH IN GOODLAND, 62 MPH IN GRINNELL, AND 62 MPH
IN LEOTI. THERE WAS 1 MINOR INJURY IN THE TRUCK ACCIDENT.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 021201
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT SAT MAY 02 2015

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

IN 1997, WIND GUSTS UP TO 70 MPH KNOCKED OUT POWER AND OVERTURNED
A CATTLE TRUCK IN NORTHWEST KANSAS. WIND GUSTS REPORTED WERE 70 MPH
IN BREWSTER, 69 MPH IN ST FRANCIS, 66 MPH IN ATWOOD, 65 MPH IN
BIRD CITY, 65 MPH IN GOODLAND, 62 MPH IN GRINNELL, AND 62 MPH
IN LEOTI. THERE WAS 1 MINOR INJURY IN THE TRUCK ACCIDENT.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 021201
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT SAT MAY 02 2015

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

IN 1997, WIND GUSTS UP TO 70 MPH KNOCKED OUT POWER AND OVERTURNED
A CATTLE TRUCK IN NORTHWEST KANSAS. WIND GUSTS REPORTED WERE 70 MPH
IN BREWSTER, 69 MPH IN ST FRANCIS, 66 MPH IN ATWOOD, 65 MPH IN
BIRD CITY, 65 MPH IN GOODLAND, 62 MPH IN GRINNELL, AND 62 MPH
IN LEOTI. THERE WAS 1 MINOR INJURY IN THE TRUCK ACCIDENT.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 021201
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT SAT MAY 02 2015

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

IN 1997, WIND GUSTS UP TO 70 MPH KNOCKED OUT POWER AND OVERTURNED
A CATTLE TRUCK IN NORTHWEST KANSAS. WIND GUSTS REPORTED WERE 70 MPH
IN BREWSTER, 69 MPH IN ST FRANCIS, 66 MPH IN ATWOOD, 65 MPH IN
BIRD CITY, 65 MPH IN GOODLAND, 62 MPH IN GRINNELL, AND 62 MPH
IN LEOTI. THERE WAS 1 MINOR INJURY IN THE TRUCK ACCIDENT.

$$



000
NOUS43 KGLD 021201
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT SAT MAY 02 2015

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

IN 1997, WIND GUSTS UP TO 70 MPH KNOCKED OUT POWER AND OVERTURNED
A CATTLE TRUCK IN NORTHWEST KANSAS. WIND GUSTS REPORTED WERE 70 MPH
IN BREWSTER, 69 MPH IN ST FRANCIS, 66 MPH IN ATWOOD, 65 MPH IN
BIRD CITY, 65 MPH IN GOODLAND, 62 MPH IN GRINNELL, AND 62 MPH
IN LEOTI. THERE WAS 1 MINOR INJURY IN THE TRUCK ACCIDENT.

$$


000
NOUS45 KBOU 021114
PNSBOU

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DENVER/BOULDER CO
514 AM MDT SAT MAY 02 2015

...DENVER METRO AREA SNOWFALL REPORTS...

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

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

DENVER INTL AIRPORT      0.0           0.0             53.8
THROUGH 6 AM

DENVER-STAPLETON         0.0           0.0             54.0
THROUGH 6 AM

DENVER CITY PARK         0.0           0.0             52.6
THROUGH MIDNIGHT

EVERGREEN                0.0           0.0             72.0
THROUGH 8 AM

NORTH LONGMONT           0.0           0.0             46.0
THROUGH 7 AM

WHEAT RIDGE              0.0           0.0             70.0
THROUGH 7 AM

$$



000
NOUS45 KBOU 021114
PNSBOU

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DENVER/BOULDER CO
514 AM MDT SAT MAY 02 2015

...DENVER METRO AREA SNOWFALL REPORTS...

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

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

DENVER INTL AIRPORT      0.0           0.0             53.8
THROUGH 6 AM

DENVER-STAPLETON         0.0           0.0             54.0
THROUGH 6 AM

DENVER CITY PARK         0.0           0.0             52.6
THROUGH MIDNIGHT

EVERGREEN                0.0           0.0             72.0
THROUGH 8 AM

NORTH LONGMONT           0.0           0.0             46.0
THROUGH 7 AM

WHEAT RIDGE              0.0           0.0             70.0
THROUGH 7 AM

$$



000
NOUS45 KBOU 021114
PNSBOU

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DENVER/BOULDER CO
514 AM MDT SAT MAY 02 2015

...DENVER METRO AREA SNOWFALL REPORTS...

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

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

DENVER INTL AIRPORT      0.0           0.0             53.8
THROUGH 6 AM

DENVER-STAPLETON         0.0           0.0             54.0
THROUGH 6 AM

DENVER CITY PARK         0.0           0.0             52.6
THROUGH MIDNIGHT

EVERGREEN                0.0           0.0             72.0
THROUGH 8 AM

NORTH LONGMONT           0.0           0.0             46.0
THROUGH 7 AM

WHEAT RIDGE              0.0           0.0             70.0
THROUGH 7 AM

$$



000
NOUS45 KBOU 021114
PNSBOU

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DENVER/BOULDER CO
514 AM MDT SAT MAY 02 2015

...DENVER METRO AREA SNOWFALL REPORTS...

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

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

DENVER INTL AIRPORT      0.0           0.0             53.8
THROUGH 6 AM

DENVER-STAPLETON         0.0           0.0             54.0
THROUGH 6 AM

DENVER CITY PARK         0.0           0.0             52.6
THROUGH MIDNIGHT

EVERGREEN                0.0           0.0             72.0
THROUGH 8 AM

NORTH LONGMONT           0.0           0.0             46.0
THROUGH 7 AM

WHEAT RIDGE              0.0           0.0             70.0
THROUGH 7 AM

$$



000
NOUS45 KBOU 021114
PNSBOU

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DENVER/BOULDER CO
514 AM MDT SAT MAY 02 2015

...DENVER METRO AREA SNOWFALL REPORTS...

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

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

DENVER INTL AIRPORT      0.0           0.0             53.8
THROUGH 6 AM

DENVER-STAPLETON         0.0           0.0             54.0
THROUGH 6 AM

DENVER CITY PARK         0.0           0.0             52.6
THROUGH MIDNIGHT

EVERGREEN                0.0           0.0             72.0
THROUGH 8 AM

NORTH LONGMONT           0.0           0.0             46.0
THROUGH 7 AM

WHEAT RIDGE              0.0           0.0             70.0
THROUGH 7 AM

$$


000
NOUS45 KBOU 021114
PNSBOU

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DENVER/BOULDER CO
514 AM MDT SAT MAY 02 2015

...DENVER METRO AREA SNOWFALL REPORTS...

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

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

DENVER INTL AIRPORT      0.0           0.0             53.8
THROUGH 6 AM

DENVER-STAPLETON         0.0           0.0             54.0
THROUGH 6 AM

DENVER CITY PARK         0.0           0.0             52.6
THROUGH MIDNIGHT

EVERGREEN                0.0           0.0             72.0
THROUGH 8 AM

NORTH LONGMONT           0.0           0.0             46.0
THROUGH 7 AM

WHEAT RIDGE              0.0           0.0             70.0
THROUGH 7 AM

$$



000
NOUS45 KPUB 012307
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-020006

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
506 PM MDT FRI MAY 1 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 70
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 53
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0
                    PK WIND 36 MPH FROM N AT 114 AM MDT.

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 65
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 48
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.02
                    PK WIND 25 MPH FROM N AT 37 AM MDT.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 74
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 39
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0
                    PK WIND 37 MPH FROM N AT 318 PM MDT.


$$


000
NOUS45 KPUB 012307
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-020006

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
506 PM MDT FRI MAY 1 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 70
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 53
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0
                    PK WIND 36 MPH FROM N AT 114 AM MDT.

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 65
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 48
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.02
                    PK WIND 25 MPH FROM N AT 37 AM MDT.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 74
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 39
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0
                    PK WIND 37 MPH FROM N AT 318 PM MDT.


$$


000
NOUS45 KPUB 012307
PNSPUB

COZ070-085-086-020006

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
506 PM MDT FRI MAY 1 2015

PUEBLO              HIGH TODAY................. 70
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 53
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0
                    PK WIND 36 MPH FROM N AT 114 AM MDT.

COLORADO SPRGS      HIGH TODAY................. 65
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 48
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0.02
                    PK WIND 25 MPH FROM N AT 37 AM MDT.

ALAMOSA             HIGH TODAY................. 74
                    LOW THIS MORNING........... 39
                    PCPN PAST 24 HRS........... 0
                    PK WIND 37 MPH FROM N AT 318 PM MDT.


$$



000
NOUS42 KJAX 012058
PNSJAX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSONVILLE FL
323 PM EST FRI MAY 1 2015

       ...APRIL 2015 CLIMATE SUMMARY FOR JACKSONVILLE...

                    ....WARM THAN NORMAL APRIL...

AT JACKSONVILLE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT...

TEMPERATURES...THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE FOR APRIL WAS 72.2 DEGREES
WHICH WAS 5.2 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. THE AVERAGE DAILY HIGH WAS 81.9
DEGREES AND THE AVERAGE DAILY LOW WAS 62.4 DEGREES. THE MAXIMUM
TEMPERATURE FOR THE MONTH WAS 90 DEGREES ON THE 26TH AND THE MINIMUM
FOR THE MONTH WAS 54 DEGREES ON THE 2ND AND 22ND. NO RECORDS WERE
SET THIS MONTH AT JACKSONVILLE.

RAINFALL...THERE WERE 10 DAYS OF MEASURABLE RAINFALL IN APRIL AT
JACKSONVILLE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. MONTHLY RAINFALL TOTALED 2.67
INCHES...0.03 INCHES ABOVE NORMAL. THE GREATEST 24 HOUR TOTAL WAS
0.91 INCHES ON THE 25TH. NO PRECIPITATION RECORDS WERE SET IN
THE MONTH OF APRIL.

WIND...THE AVERAGE WIND SPEED FOR FEBRUARY WAS 6.6 MILES PER HOUR.
THE PEAK WIND GUST FOR THE MONTH WAS 49 MILES PER HOUR FROM THE
WEST ON THE 19TH.

FOR ENERGY CONSUMPTION PURPOSES...THERE WERE 0 HEATING DEGREE
DAYS...WHICH IS 55 BELOW NORMAL. THERE WERE 220 COOLING DEGREE
DAYS...WHICH IS 107 ABOVE NORMAL.

MAY OUTLOOK...THE TEMPERATURE OUTLOOK FOR A GREATER CHANCE OF BELOW
NORMAL TEMPERATURES. THE PRECIPITATION OUTLOOK SHOWS GREATERCHANCES
TO SEE ABOVE NORMAL PRECIPITATION IN MAY. THE NORMAL MONTHLY AVERAGE
TEMPERATURE IS 73.8 DEGREES. THE AVERAGE MAX TEMPERATURE IS 85.5 DEGREES
AND THE AVERAGE MIN TEMPERATURE IS 62.7 DEGREES. AVERAGE MAY RAINFALL IS
2.48 INCHES.

&&

ADDITIONAL RAINFALL REPORTS FROM AROUND THE AREA...

JACKSONVILLE VICINITY...              NORTHEAST FLORIDA...

JACKSONVILLE BEACH.....  5.05          FERNANDINA BEACH.....  2.57
JACKSONVILLE NAS.......  XXXX          GAINESVILLE.........   3.22
MAYPORT NS.............  2.90          GLEN ST MARY.........  3.37
BIG TALBOT ISLAND......  XXXX          FEDERAL POINT........  2.96
LITTLE TALBOT ISLAND...  XXXX          ST. AUGUSTINE LITEHS.  3.83
CRAIG FIELD............  3.31          ST. AUGUSTINE ARPT...  XXXX
SOUTH PONTE VEDRA......  XXXX          HASTINGS 4NE.........  3.52
GUANA RIVER ST PARK....  XXXX
BEAUCLERC..............  2.11          JASPER...............  4.68
WHITEHOUSE OLF.........  XXXX          BELL 4NW.............  2.32
                                       ORANGE SPRINGS 2SSW..  5.27
                                       PALM COAST NE........  2.57
                                       OCALA................  2.60
                                       STARKE...............  3.44
                                       CRESCENT CITY........  2.51
                                       PALM COAST 6NE.......  3.43
                                       WHITE SPRINGS 7N.....  3.00

                                       BUNNELL..............  6.84
                                       FLAGLER BEACH........  3.10
                                       PALM COAST S.........  5.61
                                       MARINELAND...........  3.52
                                       LAKE CITY 2E.........  3.84
SOUTHEAST GEORGIA...

BAXLEY 5NNW............  7.40          WOODBINE.............  4.55
BRUNSWICK..............  3.56          ST SIMONS ISLAND.....  3.43
HOMERVILLE 5N..........  3.17          ALMA.................  3.65
PRIDGEN................  5.47          PATTERSON............  4.47
MANOR..................  XXXX          HAZLEHURST...........  8.27
NAHUNTA 6NE............  3.05          FARGO 17NE............ 2.70

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

***********

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

$$


000
NOUS42 KJAX 012058
PNSJAX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSONVILLE FL
323 PM EST FRI MAY 1 2015

       ...APRIL 2015 CLIMATE SUMMARY FOR JACKSONVILLE...

                    ....WARM THAN NORMAL APRIL...

AT JACKSONVILLE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT...

TEMPERATURES...THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE FOR APRIL WAS 72.2 DEGREES
WHICH WAS 5.2 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. THE AVERAGE DAILY HIGH WAS 81.9
DEGREES AND THE AVERAGE DAILY LOW WAS 62.4 DEGREES. THE MAXIMUM
TEMPERATURE FOR THE MONTH WAS 90 DEGREES ON THE 26TH AND THE MINIMUM
FOR THE MONTH WAS 54 DEGREES ON THE 2ND AND 22ND. NO RECORDS WERE
SET THIS MONTH AT JACKSONVILLE.

RAINFALL...THERE WERE 10 DAYS OF MEASURABLE RAINFALL IN APRIL AT
JACKSONVILLE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. MONTHLY RAINFALL TOTALED 2.67
INCHES...0.03 INCHES ABOVE NORMAL. THE GREATEST 24 HOUR TOTAL WAS
0.91 INCHES ON THE 25TH. NO PRECIPITATION RECORDS WERE SET IN
THE MONTH OF APRIL.

WIND...THE AVERAGE WIND SPEED FOR FEBRUARY WAS 6.6 MILES PER HOUR.
THE PEAK WIND GUST FOR THE MONTH WAS 49 MILES PER HOUR FROM THE
WEST ON THE 19TH.

FOR ENERGY CONSUMPTION PURPOSES...THERE WERE 0 HEATING DEGREE
DAYS...WHICH IS 55 BELOW NORMAL. THERE WERE 220 COOLING DEGREE
DAYS...WHICH IS 107 ABOVE NORMAL.

MAY OUTLOOK...THE TEMPERATURE OUTLOOK FOR A GREATER CHANCE OF BELOW
NORMAL TEMPERATURES. THE PRECIPITATION OUTLOOK SHOWS GREATERCHANCES
TO SEE ABOVE NORMAL PRECIPITATION IN MAY. THE NORMAL MONTHLY AVERAGE
TEMPERATURE IS 73.8 DEGREES. THE AVERAGE MAX TEMPERATURE IS 85.5 DEGREES
AND THE AVERAGE MIN TEMPERATURE IS 62.7 DEGREES. AVERAGE MAY RAINFALL IS
2.48 INCHES.

&&

ADDITIONAL RAINFALL REPORTS FROM AROUND THE AREA...

JACKSONVILLE VICINITY...              NORTHEAST FLORIDA...

JACKSONVILLE BEACH.....  5.05          FERNANDINA BEACH.....  2.57
JACKSONVILLE NAS.......  XXXX          GAINESVILLE.........   3.22
MAYPORT NS.............  2.90          GLEN ST MARY.........  3.37
BIG TALBOT ISLAND......  XXXX          FEDERAL POINT........  2.96
LITTLE TALBOT ISLAND...  XXXX          ST. AUGUSTINE LITEHS.  3.83
CRAIG FIELD............  3.31          ST. AUGUSTINE ARPT...  XXXX
SOUTH PONTE VEDRA......  XXXX          HASTINGS 4NE.........  3.52
GUANA RIVER ST PARK....  XXXX
BEAUCLERC..............  2.11          JASPER...............  4.68
WHITEHOUSE OLF.........  XXXX          BELL 4NW.............  2.32
                                       ORANGE SPRINGS 2SSW..  5.27
                                       PALM COAST NE........  2.57
                                       OCALA................  2.60
                                       STARKE...............  3.44
                                       CRESCENT CITY........  2.51
                                       PALM COAST 6NE.......  3.43
                                       WHITE SPRINGS 7N.....  3.00

                                       BUNNELL..............  6.84
                                       FLAGLER BEACH........  3.10
                                       PALM COAST S.........  5.61
                                       MARINELAND...........  3.52
                                       LAKE CITY 2E.........  3.84
SOUTHEAST GEORGIA...

BAXLEY 5NNW............  7.40          WOODBINE.............  4.55
BRUNSWICK..............  3.56          ST SIMONS ISLAND.....  3.43
HOMERVILLE 5N..........  3.17          ALMA.................  3.65
PRIDGEN................  5.47          PATTERSON............  4.47
MANOR..................  XXXX          HAZLEHURST...........  8.27
NAHUNTA 6NE............  3.05          FARGO 17NE............ 2.70

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

***********

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

$$


000
NOUS42 KJAX 012058
PNSJAX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSONVILLE FL
323 PM EST FRI MAY 1 2015

       ...APRIL 2015 CLIMATE SUMMARY FOR JACKSONVILLE...

                    ....WARM THAN NORMAL APRIL...

AT JACKSONVILLE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT...

TEMPERATURES...THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE FOR APRIL WAS 72.2 DEGREES
WHICH WAS 5.2 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. THE AVERAGE DAILY HIGH WAS 81.9
DEGREES AND THE AVERAGE DAILY LOW WAS 62.4 DEGREES. THE MAXIMUM
TEMPERATURE FOR THE MONTH WAS 90 DEGREES ON THE 26TH AND THE MINIMUM
FOR THE MONTH WAS 54 DEGREES ON THE 2ND AND 22ND. NO RECORDS WERE
SET THIS MONTH AT JACKSONVILLE.

RAINFALL...THERE WERE 10 DAYS OF MEASURABLE RAINFALL IN APRIL AT
JACKSONVILLE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. MONTHLY RAINFALL TOTALED 2.67
INCHES...0.03 INCHES ABOVE NORMAL. THE GREATEST 24 HOUR TOTAL WAS
0.91 INCHES ON THE 25TH. NO PRECIPITATION RECORDS WERE SET IN
THE MONTH OF APRIL.

WIND...THE AVERAGE WIND SPEED FOR FEBRUARY WAS 6.6 MILES PER HOUR.
THE PEAK WIND GUST FOR THE MONTH WAS 49 MILES PER HOUR FROM THE
WEST ON THE 19TH.

FOR ENERGY CONSUMPTION PURPOSES...THERE WERE 0 HEATING DEGREE
DAYS...WHICH IS 55 BELOW NORMAL. THERE WERE 220 COOLING DEGREE
DAYS...WHICH IS 107 ABOVE NORMAL.

MAY OUTLOOK...THE TEMPERATURE OUTLOOK FOR A GREATER CHANCE OF BELOW
NORMAL TEMPERATURES. THE PRECIPITATION OUTLOOK SHOWS GREATERCHANCES
TO SEE ABOVE NORMAL PRECIPITATION IN MAY. THE NORMAL MONTHLY AVERAGE
TEMPERATURE IS 73.8 DEGREES. THE AVERAGE MAX TEMPERATURE IS 85.5 DEGREES
AND THE AVERAGE MIN TEMPERATURE IS 62.7 DEGREES. AVERAGE MAY RAINFALL IS
2.48 INCHES.

&&

ADDITIONAL RAINFALL REPORTS FROM AROUND THE AREA...

JACKSONVILLE VICINITY...              NORTHEAST FLORIDA...

JACKSONVILLE BEACH.....  5.05          FERNANDINA BEACH.....  2.57
JACKSONVILLE NAS.......  XXXX          GAINESVILLE.........   3.22
MAYPORT NS.............  2.90          GLEN ST MARY.........  3.37
BIG TALBOT ISLAND......  XXXX          FEDERAL POINT........  2.96
LITTLE TALBOT ISLAND...  XXXX          ST. AUGUSTINE LITEHS.  3.83
CRAIG FIELD............  3.31          ST. AUGUSTINE ARPT...  XXXX
SOUTH PONTE VEDRA......  XXXX          HASTINGS 4NE.........  3.52
GUANA RIVER ST PARK....  XXXX
BEAUCLERC..............  2.11          JASPER...............  4.68
WHITEHOUSE OLF.........  XXXX          BELL 4NW.............  2.32
                                       ORANGE SPRINGS 2SSW..  5.27
                                       PALM COAST NE........  2.57
                                       OCALA................  2.60
                                       STARKE...............  3.44
                                       CRESCENT CITY........  2.51
                                       PALM COAST 6NE.......  3.43
                                       WHITE SPRINGS 7N.....  3.00

                                       BUNNELL..............  6.84
                                       FLAGLER BEACH........  3.10
                                       PALM COAST S.........  5.61
                                       MARINELAND...........  3.52
                                       LAKE CITY 2E.........  3.84
SOUTHEAST GEORGIA...

BAXLEY 5NNW............  7.40          WOODBINE.............  4.55
BRUNSWICK..............  3.56          ST SIMONS ISLAND.....  3.43
HOMERVILLE 5N..........  3.17          ALMA.................  3.65
PRIDGEN................  5.47          PATTERSON............  4.47
MANOR..................  XXXX          HAZLEHURST...........  8.27
NAHUNTA 6NE............  3.05          FARGO 17NE............ 2.70

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

***********

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

$$



000
NOUS42 KJAX 012058
PNSJAX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSONVILLE FL
323 PM EST FRI MAY 1 2015

       ...APRIL 2015 CLIMATE SUMMARY FOR JACKSONVILLE...

                    ....WARM THAN NORMAL APRIL...

AT JACKSONVILLE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT...

TEMPERATURES...THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE FOR APRIL WAS 72.2 DEGREES
WHICH WAS 5.2 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. THE AVERAGE DAILY HIGH WAS 81.9
DEGREES AND THE AVERAGE DAILY LOW WAS 62.4 DEGREES. THE MAXIMUM
TEMPERATURE FOR THE MONTH WAS 90 DEGREES ON THE 26TH AND THE MINIMUM
FOR THE MONTH WAS 54 DEGREES ON THE 2ND AND 22ND. NO RECORDS WERE
SET THIS MONTH AT JACKSONVILLE.

RAINFALL...THERE WERE 10 DAYS OF MEASURABLE RAINFALL IN APRIL AT
JACKSONVILLE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. MONTHLY RAINFALL TOTALED 2.67
INCHES...0.03 INCHES ABOVE NORMAL. THE GREATEST 24 HOUR TOTAL WAS
0.91 INCHES ON THE 25TH. NO PRECIPITATION RECORDS WERE SET IN
THE MONTH OF APRIL.

WIND...THE AVERAGE WIND SPEED FOR FEBRUARY WAS 6.6 MILES PER HOUR.
THE PEAK WIND GUST FOR THE MONTH WAS 49 MILES PER HOUR FROM THE
WEST ON THE 19TH.

FOR ENERGY CONSUMPTION PURPOSES...THERE WERE 0 HEATING DEGREE
DAYS...WHICH IS 55 BELOW NORMAL. THERE WERE 220 COOLING DEGREE
DAYS...WHICH IS 107 ABOVE NORMAL.

MAY OUTLOOK...THE TEMPERATURE OUTLOOK FOR A GREATER CHANCE OF BELOW
NORMAL TEMPERATURES. THE PRECIPITATION OUTLOOK SHOWS GREATERCHANCES
TO SEE ABOVE NORMAL PRECIPITATION IN MAY. THE NORMAL MONTHLY AVERAGE
TEMPERATURE IS 73.8 DEGREES. THE AVERAGE MAX TEMPERATURE IS 85.5 DEGREES
AND THE AVERAGE MIN TEMPERATURE IS 62.7 DEGREES. AVERAGE MAY RAINFALL IS
2.48 INCHES.

&&

ADDITIONAL RAINFALL REPORTS FROM AROUND THE AREA...

JACKSONVILLE VICINITY...              NORTHEAST FLORIDA...

JACKSONVILLE BEACH.....  5.05          FERNANDINA BEACH.....  2.57
JACKSONVILLE NAS.......  XXXX          GAINESVILLE.........   3.22
MAYPORT NS.............  2.90          GLEN ST MARY.........  3.37
BIG TALBOT ISLAND......  XXXX          FEDERAL POINT........  2.96
LITTLE TALBOT ISLAND...  XXXX          ST. AUGUSTINE LITEHS.  3.83
CRAIG FIELD............  3.31          ST. AUGUSTINE ARPT...  XXXX
SOUTH PONTE VEDRA......  XXXX          HASTINGS 4NE.........  3.52
GUANA RIVER ST PARK....  XXXX
BEAUCLERC..............  2.11          JASPER...............  4.68
WHITEHOUSE OLF.........  XXXX          BELL 4NW.............  2.32
                                       ORANGE SPRINGS 2SSW..  5.27
                                       PALM COAST NE........  2.57
                                       OCALA................  2.60
                                       STARKE...............  3.44
                                       CRESCENT CITY........  2.51
                                       PALM COAST 6NE.......  3.43
                                       WHITE SPRINGS 7N.....  3.00

                                       BUNNELL..............  6.84
                                       FLAGLER BEACH........  3.10
                                       PALM COAST S.........  5.61
                                       MARINELAND...........  3.52
                                       LAKE CITY 2E.........  3.84
SOUTHEAST GEORGIA...

BAXLEY 5NNW............  7.40          WOODBINE.............  4.55
BRUNSWICK..............  3.56          ST SIMONS ISLAND.....  3.43
HOMERVILLE 5N..........  3.17          ALMA.................  3.65
PRIDGEN................  5.47          PATTERSON............  4.47
MANOR..................  XXXX          HAZLEHURST...........  8.27
NAHUNTA 6NE............  3.05          FARGO 17NE............ 2.70

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

***********

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

$$



000
NOUS46 KPDT 012048
PNSPDT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PENDLETON OREGON
115 PM PDT FRI MAY 01 2015

...MONTHLY CLIMATE STATISTICS FOR NORTHEAST OREGON AND SOUTHEAST
WASHINGTON FOR THE MONTH OF APRIL...

LOCATION      AVG DEP  AVG DEP  AVG DEP  PCPN  DEP   MAX DAY MAX DAY MIN DAY
                       HI       LO                   WND     TMP     TMP

PENDLETON AP  49  -1.7 62  -0.4 36  -3.0 0.39 -0.81  46  13  77  28  29  5
BEND          44  +0.5 58  +1.2 30  -0.2 0.05 -0.73  44  4   76  28  22  15
KENNEWICK     55  +0.3 67  +0.9 42  -0.3 0.15 -0.41  34  11  85  29  35  5
LA GRANDE     47  +0.1 60  +2.2 33  -2.0 0.51 -1.07  53  7   77  29  24  3
DALLES AP     54  +0.4 67  +2.3 40  -1.6 0.12 -0.62  44  14  84  20  31  3
WALLA WALLA   53  +0.6 64  +1.7 41  -0.5 0.90 -1.02  37  11  83  28  31  3
YAKIMA AP     52  +2.8 68  +4.4 36  +1.1 0.00 -0.55  46  11  84  28  26  4
CONDON        46  +0.5 60  +2.2 32  -1.3 0.12 -1.26  NA  NA  76  29  25  15
JOHN DAY      44  -2.9 59  -1.3 28  -4.5 0.95 -0.44  43  29  81  29  22  16
REDMOND AP    43  -1.5 61  +0.9 25  -3.8 0.15 -0.58  45  13  78  27  16  3
HEPPNER       49  +0.1 62  +1.0 36  -0.8 0.72 -0.79  42  13  76  29  28  3
MITCHELL 2 E  45  -0.6 58  +0.4 31  -1.5 0.63 -0.96  27  13  78  29  25  1
MORO          47  -0.1 60  +1.8 34  -2.1 0.14 -0.78  39  14  76  21  24  3
DAYTON 1WSW   49  -0.1 62  +1.2 37  -1.4 0.70 -1.02  36  11  83  29  29  5
ELLENSBURG    48  +0.3 63  +2.5 33  -1.8 0.00 -0.61  51  10  79  21  22  5
MADRAS        43  -2.2 61  +0.2 26  -4.6 0.53 -0.39  44  13  75  21  13  9
SUNRIVER      41  +0.2 58  +1.9 25  -1.5 0.39 -0.65  24  13  79  28  17  2
CLE ELUM      45  -0.2 59  +1.8 32  -2.2 0.39 -0.68  33  14  75  21  24  5
HERMISTON AP  51  -1.1 67  +2.0 35  -4.2 0.28 -0.60  42  11  82  28  26  5
GOLDENDALE    47  -0.1 61  +1.0 33  -1.2 0.06 -0.94  36  14  76  21  23  4
BAKER CITY    43  -1.2 60  +0.7 27  -3.2 0.62 -0.23  50  14  76  21  17  3
TRI CITIES AP 52  -0.8 68  +0.5 36  -2.1 0.20 -0.45  44  14  86  28  25  5
NN$$N
AVG=AVERAGE OF ALL HIGH AND LOW TEMPERATURES
DEP=DEPARTURE FROM NORMAL
AVG HI= AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE
AVG LO=AVERAGE LOW TEMPERATURE
PCPN=TOTAL PRECIPITATION
MAXWND=PEAK WIND GUST IN MILES PER HOUR
DAY=DAY REPORTED
NA=ELEMENT NOT REPORTED
MAX TEMP=HIGHEST TEMPERATURE REPORTED
MIN TEMP=LOWEST TEMPERATURE REPORTED



000
NOUS46 KPDT 012048
PNSPDT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PENDLETON OREGON
115 PM PDT FRI MAY 01 2015

...MONTHLY CLIMATE STATISTICS FOR NORTHEAST OREGON AND SOUTHEAST
WASHINGTON FOR THE MONTH OF APRIL...

LOCATION      AVG DEP  AVG DEP  AVG DEP  PCPN  DEP   MAX DAY MAX DAY MIN DAY
                       HI       LO                   WND     TMP     TMP

PENDLETON AP  49  -1.7 62  -0.4 36  -3.0 0.39 -0.81  46  13  77  28  29  5
BEND          44  +0.5 58  +1.2 30  -0.2 0.05 -0.73  44  4   76  28  22  15
KENNEWICK     55  +0.3 67  +0.9 42  -0.3 0.15 -0.41  34  11  85  29  35  5
LA GRANDE     47  +0.1 60  +2.2 33  -2.0 0.51 -1.07  53  7   77  29  24  3
DALLES AP     54  +0.4 67  +2.3 40  -1.6 0.12 -0.62  44  14  84  20  31  3
WALLA WALLA   53  +0.6 64  +1.7 41  -0.5 0.90 -1.02  37  11  83  28  31  3
YAKIMA AP     52  +2.8 68  +4.4 36  +1.1 0.00 -0.55  46  11  84  28  26  4
CONDON        46  +0.5 60  +2.2 32  -1.3 0.12 -1.26  NA  NA  76  29  25  15
JOHN DAY      44  -2.9 59  -1.3 28  -4.5 0.95 -0.44  43  29  81  29  22  16
REDMOND AP    43  -1.5 61  +0.9 25  -3.8 0.15 -0.58  45  13  78  27  16  3
HEPPNER       49  +0.1 62  +1.0 36  -0.8 0.72 -0.79  42  13  76  29  28  3
MITCHELL 2 E  45  -0.6 58  +0.4 31  -1.5 0.63 -0.96  27  13  78  29  25  1
MORO          47  -0.1 60  +1.8 34  -2.1 0.14 -0.78  39  14  76  21  24  3
DAYTON 1WSW   49  -0.1 62  +1.2 37  -1.4 0.70 -1.02  36  11  83  29  29  5
ELLENSBURG    48  +0.3 63  +2.5 33  -1.8 0.00 -0.61  51  10  79  21  22  5
MADRAS        43  -2.2 61  +0.2 26  -4.6 0.53 -0.39  44  13  75  21  13  9
SUNRIVER      41  +0.2 58  +1.9 25  -1.5 0.39 -0.65  24  13  79  28  17  2
CLE ELUM      45  -0.2 59  +1.8 32  -2.2 0.39 -0.68  33  14  75  21  24  5
HERMISTON AP  51  -1.1 67  +2.0 35  -4.2 0.28 -0.60  42  11  82  28  26  5
GOLDENDALE    47  -0.1 61  +1.0 33  -1.2 0.06 -0.94  36  14  76  21  23  4
BAKER CITY    43  -1.2 60  +0.7 27  -3.2 0.62 -0.23  50  14  76  21  17  3
TRI CITIES AP 52  -0.8 68  +0.5 36  -2.1 0.20 -0.45  44  14  86  28  25  5
NN$$N
AVG=AVERAGE OF ALL HIGH AND LOW TEMPERATURES
DEP=DEPARTURE FROM NORMAL
AVG HI= AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE
AVG LO=AVERAGE LOW TEMPERATURE
PCPN=TOTAL PRECIPITATION
MAXWND=PEAK WIND GUST IN MILES PER HOUR
DAY=DAY REPORTED
NA=ELEMENT NOT REPORTED
MAX TEMP=HIGHEST TEMPERATURE REPORTED
MIN TEMP=LOWEST TEMPERATURE REPORTED



000
NOUS46 KSEW 012011
PNSSEW

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
115 PM PST FRI MAY 1 2015

...PACIFIC NW SEVERE WEATHER CAMPAIGN KICKS OFF...

MONDAY MAY 3RD KICKS OFF THE PACIFIC NW SEVERE WEATHER PREPAREDNESS
CAMPAIGN. THE BIG WEATHER MONDAY EFFORT ADDRESSES THUNDERSTORM
BY-PRODUCTS SUCH AS STRONG DAMAGING WINDS...HEAVY RAINS AND FLASH
FLOODS...HAIL...AND TORNADOES AND WATERSPOUTS.

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE (NWS) SEATTLE AND ALL NWS FORECAST
OFFICES IN THE REGION WILL BE USING SOCIAL MEDIA TO SHARE YOUTUBE
VIDEOS AND TWEETS REGARDING HAIL...FLASH FLOODS...WINDS AND
TORNADOES THAT ORGINATE FROM THUNDERSTORMS.

THUNDERSTORMS AND ALL THEIR BY-PRODUCTS DO OCCUR IN THE PACIFIC
NW...JUST NOT ALL THAT OFTEN. THAT FACT MAKES IT EVEN MORE IMPORTANT
TO LEARN ABOUT THEM SO WHEN THEY DO OCCUR...WE KNOW WHAT TO DO TO
STAY OUT OF HARMS WAY. FOR INSTANCE...THERE WERE TWO TORNADOES IN
WESTERN WASHINGTON LAST YEAR INCLUDING THE WATERSPOUT JUST OFF
ANDERSON ISLAND IN PUGET SOUND IN MID-OCTOBER.

TO GET THESE FUN AND FACT-FILLED PIECES AND TO SHARE THEM WITH
FRIENDS AND FAMILY...LIKE THE NWS SEATTLE FACEBOOK SITE AND FOLLOW
NWS SEATTLE ON TWITTER.

ON THE FIRST MONDAY IN JUNE...THE CAMPAIGN CONTINUES WITH THE FOCUS
ON WILDFIRES. THIS UPCOMING FIRE SEASON LOOKS LIKE IT WILL BE QUITE
ACTIVE ACROSS THE REGION INCLUDING WESTERN WASHINGTON. AND IN LATE
JUNE...THE BIG WEATHER MONDAY WILL ADDRESS LIGHTNING...COINCIDING
WITH THE NATIONAL LIGHTNING SAFETY WEEK.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE PACIFIC NW SEVERE WEATHER
PREPAREDNESS CAMPAIGN ALONG WITH SOME GREAT PHOTOS OF REGIONAL
EVENTS...VISIT:

HTTP://WWW.WRH.NOAA.GOV/WRH/SEASONAL/SEVEREAWARENESS/2015/?WFO=SEW

BUEHNER







000
NOUS46 KSEW 012011
PNSSEW

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SEATTLE WA
115 PM PST FRI MAY 1 2015

...PACIFIC NW SEVERE WEATHER CAMPAIGN KICKS OFF...

MONDAY MAY 3RD KICKS OFF THE PACIFIC NW SEVERE WEATHER PREPAREDNESS
CAMPAIGN. THE BIG WEATHER MONDAY EFFORT ADDRESSES THUNDERSTORM
BY-PRODUCTS SUCH AS STRONG DAMAGING WINDS...HEAVY RAINS AND FLASH
FLOODS...HAIL...AND TORNADOES AND WATERSPOUTS.

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE (NWS) SEATTLE AND ALL NWS FORECAST
OFFICES IN THE REGION WILL BE USING SOCIAL MEDIA TO SHARE YOUTUBE
VIDEOS AND TWEETS REGARDING HAIL...FLASH FLOODS...WINDS AND
TORNADOES THAT ORGINATE FROM THUNDERSTORMS.

THUNDERSTORMS AND ALL THEIR BY-PRODUCTS DO OCCUR IN THE PACIFIC
NW...JUST NOT ALL THAT OFTEN. THAT FACT MAKES IT EVEN MORE IMPORTANT
TO LEARN ABOUT THEM SO WHEN THEY DO OCCUR...WE KNOW WHAT TO DO TO
STAY OUT OF HARMS WAY. FOR INSTANCE...THERE WERE TWO TORNADOES IN
WESTERN WASHINGTON LAST YEAR INCLUDING THE WATERSPOUT JUST OFF
ANDERSON ISLAND IN PUGET SOUND IN MID-OCTOBER.

TO GET THESE FUN AND FACT-FILLED PIECES AND TO SHARE THEM WITH
FRIENDS AND FAMILY...LIKE THE NWS SEATTLE FACEBOOK SITE AND FOLLOW
NWS SEATTLE ON TWITTER.

ON THE FIRST MONDAY IN JUNE...THE CAMPAIGN CONTINUES WITH THE FOCUS
ON WILDFIRES. THIS UPCOMING FIRE SEASON LOOKS LIKE IT WILL BE QUITE
ACTIVE ACROSS THE REGION INCLUDING WESTERN WASHINGTON. AND IN LATE
JUNE...THE BIG WEATHER MONDAY WILL ADDRESS LIGHTNING...COINCIDING
WITH THE NATIONAL LIGHTNING SAFETY WEEK.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE PACIFIC NW SEVERE WEATHER
PREPAREDNESS CAMPAIGN ALONG WITH SOME GREAT PHOTOS OF REGIONAL
EVENTS...VISIT:

HTTP://WWW.WRH.NOAA.GOV/WRH/SEASONAL/SEVEREAWARENESS/2015/?WFO=SEW

BUEHNER








000
NOUS42 KJAX 011924
PNSJAX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSONVILLE FL
323 PM EST FRI MAY 1 2015

       ...APRIL 2015 CLIMATE SUMMARY FOR JACKSONVILLE...

                    ....WARM THAN NORMAL APRIL...

AT JACKSONVILLE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT...

TEMPERATURES...THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE FOR APRIL WAS 72.2 DEGREES
...5.2 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. THE AVERAGE DAILY HIGH WAS 81.9
DEGREES AND THE AVERAGE DAILY LOW WAS 62.4 DEGREES. THE MAXIMUM
TEMPERATURE FOR THE MONTH WAS 90 DEGREES ON THE 26TH AND THE MINIMUM
FOR THE MONTH WAS 54 DEGREES ON THE 2ND AND 22ND. NO RECORDS WERE SET
THIS MONTH AT JACKSONVILLE.

RAINFALL...THERE WERE 10 DAYS OF MEASURABLE RAINFALL IN APRIL AT
JACKSONVILLE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. MONTHLY RAINFALL TOTALED 2.67
INCHES...0.03 INCHES ABOVE NORMAL. THE GREATEST 24 HOUR TOTAL WAS
0.91 INCHES ON THE 25TH. NO PRECIPITATION RECORDS WERE SET IN
THE MONTH OF APRIL.

WIND...THE AVERAGE WIND SPEED FOR FEBRUARY WAS 6.6 MILES PER HOUR.
THE PEAK WIND GUST FOR THE MONTH WAS 49 MILES PER HOUR FROM THE
WEST ON THE 19TH.

FOR ENERGY CONSUMPTION PURPOSES...THERE WERE 0 HEATING DEGREE
DAYS...WHICH IS 55 BELOW NORMAL. THERE WERE 220 COOLING DEGREE
DAYS...WHICH IS 107 ABOVE NORMAL.

MAY OUTLOOK...THE TEMPERATURE OUTLOOK FOR A GREATER CHANCE OF BELOW
NORMAL TEMPERATURES. THE PRECIPITATION OUTLOOK SHOWS GREATERCHANCES
TO SEE ABOVE NORMAL PRECIPITATION IN MAY. THE NORMAL MONTHLY AVERAGE
TEMPERATURE IS 73.8 DEGREES. THE AVERAGE MAX TEMPERATURE IS 85.5 DEGREES
AND THE AVERAGE MIN TEMPERATURE IS 62.7 DEGREES. AVERAGE MAY RAINFALL IS
2.48 INCHES.

&&

ADDITIONAL RAINFALL REPORTS FROM AROUND THE AREA...

JACKSONVILLE VICINITY...              NORTHEAST FLORIDA...

JACKSONVILLE BEACH.....  5.05          FERNANDINA BEACH.....  2.57
JACKSONVILLE NAS.......  XXXX          GAINESVILLE.........   3.22
MAYPORT NS.............  2.90          GLEN ST MARY.........  3.37
BIG TALBOT ISLAND......  XXXX          FEDERAL POINT........  2.96
LITTLE TALBOT ISLAND...  XXXX          ST. AUGUSTINE LITEHS.  3.83
CRAIG FIELD............  3.31          ST. AUGUSTINE ARPT...  XXXX
SOUTH PONTE VEDRA......  XXXX          HASTINGS 4NE.........  3.52
GUANA RIVER ST PARK....  XXXX
BEAUCLERC..............  2.11          JASPER...............  4.68
WHITEHOUSE OLF.........  XXXX          BELL 4NW.............  2.32
                                       ORANGE SPRINGS 2SSW..  5.27
                                       PALM COAST NE........  2.57
                                       OCALA................  2.60
                                       STARKE...............  3.44
                                       CRESCENT CITY........  2.51
                                       PALM COAST 6NE.......  3.43
                                       WHITE SPRINGS 7N.....  3.00

                                       BUNNELL..............  6.84
                                       FLAGLER BEACH........  3.10
                                       PALM COAST S.........  5.61
                                       MARINELAND...........  3.52
                                       LAKE CITY 2E.........  3.84
SOUTHEAST GEORGIA...

BAXLEY 5NNW............  7.40          WOODBINE.............  4.55
BRUNSWICK..............  3.56          ST SIMONS ISLAND.....  3.43
HOMERVILLE 5N..........  3.17          ALMA.................  3.65
PRIDGEN................  5.47          PATTERSON............  4.47
MANOR..................  XXXX          HAZLEHURST...........  8.27
NAHUNTA 6NE............  3.05          FARGO 17NE............ 2.70

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

***********

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

$$



000
NOUS42 KJAX 011924
PNSJAX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSONVILLE FL
323 PM EST FRI MAY 1 2015

       ...APRIL 2015 CLIMATE SUMMARY FOR JACKSONVILLE...

                    ....WARM THAN NORMAL APRIL...

AT JACKSONVILLE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT...

TEMPERATURES...THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE FOR APRIL WAS 72.2 DEGREES
...5.2 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. THE AVERAGE DAILY HIGH WAS 81.9
DEGREES AND THE AVERAGE DAILY LOW WAS 62.4 DEGREES. THE MAXIMUM
TEMPERATURE FOR THE MONTH WAS 90 DEGREES ON THE 26TH AND THE MINIMUM
FOR THE MONTH WAS 54 DEGREES ON THE 2ND AND 22ND. NO RECORDS WERE SET
THIS MONTH AT JACKSONVILLE.

RAINFALL...THERE WERE 10 DAYS OF MEASURABLE RAINFALL IN APRIL AT
JACKSONVILLE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. MONTHLY RAINFALL TOTALED 2.67
INCHES...0.03 INCHES ABOVE NORMAL. THE GREATEST 24 HOUR TOTAL WAS
0.91 INCHES ON THE 25TH. NO PRECIPITATION RECORDS WERE SET IN
THE MONTH OF APRIL.

WIND...THE AVERAGE WIND SPEED FOR FEBRUARY WAS 6.6 MILES PER HOUR.
THE PEAK WIND GUST FOR THE MONTH WAS 49 MILES PER HOUR FROM THE
WEST ON THE 19TH.

FOR ENERGY CONSUMPTION PURPOSES...THERE WERE 0 HEATING DEGREE
DAYS...WHICH IS 55 BELOW NORMAL. THERE WERE 220 COOLING DEGREE
DAYS...WHICH IS 107 ABOVE NORMAL.

MAY OUTLOOK...THE TEMPERATURE OUTLOOK FOR A GREATER CHANCE OF BELOW
NORMAL TEMPERATURES. THE PRECIPITATION OUTLOOK SHOWS GREATERCHANCES
TO SEE ABOVE NORMAL PRECIPITATION IN MAY. THE NORMAL MONTHLY AVERAGE
TEMPERATURE IS 73.8 DEGREES. THE AVERAGE MAX TEMPERATURE IS 85.5 DEGREES
AND THE AVERAGE MIN TEMPERATURE IS 62.7 DEGREES. AVERAGE MAY RAINFALL IS
2.48 INCHES.

&&

ADDITIONAL RAINFALL REPORTS FROM AROUND THE AREA...

JACKSONVILLE VICINITY...              NORTHEAST FLORIDA...

JACKSONVILLE BEACH.....  5.05          FERNANDINA BEACH.....  2.57
JACKSONVILLE NAS.......  XXXX          GAINESVILLE.........   3.22
MAYPORT NS.............  2.90          GLEN ST MARY.........  3.37
BIG TALBOT ISLAND......  XXXX          FEDERAL POINT........  2.96
LITTLE TALBOT ISLAND...  XXXX          ST. AUGUSTINE LITEHS.  3.83
CRAIG FIELD............  3.31          ST. AUGUSTINE ARPT...  XXXX
SOUTH PONTE VEDRA......  XXXX          HASTINGS 4NE.........  3.52
GUANA RIVER ST PARK....  XXXX
BEAUCLERC..............  2.11          JASPER...............  4.68
WHITEHOUSE OLF.........  XXXX          BELL 4NW.............  2.32
                                       ORANGE SPRINGS 2SSW..  5.27
                                       PALM COAST NE........  2.57
                                       OCALA................  2.60
                                       STARKE...............  3.44
                                       CRESCENT CITY........  2.51
                                       PALM COAST 6NE.......  3.43
                                       WHITE SPRINGS 7N.....  3.00

                                       BUNNELL..............  6.84
                                       FLAGLER BEACH........  3.10
                                       PALM COAST S.........  5.61
                                       MARINELAND...........  3.52
                                       LAKE CITY 2E.........  3.84
SOUTHEAST GEORGIA...

BAXLEY 5NNW............  7.40          WOODBINE.............  4.55
BRUNSWICK..............  3.56          ST SIMONS ISLAND.....  3.43
HOMERVILLE 5N..........  3.17          ALMA.................  3.65
PRIDGEN................  5.47          PATTERSON............  4.47
MANOR..................  XXXX          HAZLEHURST...........  8.27
NAHUNTA 6NE............  3.05          FARGO 17NE............ 2.70

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

***********

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

$$


000
NOUS42 KJAX 011924
PNSJAX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSONVILLE FL
323 PM EST FRI MAY 1 2015

       ...APRIL 2015 CLIMATE SUMMARY FOR JACKSONVILLE...

                    ....WARM THAN NORMAL APRIL...

AT JACKSONVILLE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT...

TEMPERATURES...THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE FOR APRIL WAS 72.2 DEGREES
...5.2 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. THE AVERAGE DAILY HIGH WAS 81.9
DEGREES AND THE AVERAGE DAILY LOW WAS 62.4 DEGREES. THE MAXIMUM
TEMPERATURE FOR THE MONTH WAS 90 DEGREES ON THE 26TH AND THE MINIMUM
FOR THE MONTH WAS 54 DEGREES ON THE 2ND AND 22ND. NO RECORDS WERE SET
THIS MONTH AT JACKSONVILLE.

RAINFALL...THERE WERE 10 DAYS OF MEASURABLE RAINFALL IN APRIL AT
JACKSONVILLE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. MONTHLY RAINFALL TOTALED 2.67
INCHES...0.03 INCHES ABOVE NORMAL. THE GREATEST 24 HOUR TOTAL WAS
0.91 INCHES ON THE 25TH. NO PRECIPITATION RECORDS WERE SET IN
THE MONTH OF APRIL.

WIND...THE AVERAGE WIND SPEED FOR FEBRUARY WAS 6.6 MILES PER HOUR.
THE PEAK WIND GUST FOR THE MONTH WAS 49 MILES PER HOUR FROM THE
WEST ON THE 19TH.

FOR ENERGY CONSUMPTION PURPOSES...THERE WERE 0 HEATING DEGREE
DAYS...WHICH IS 55 BELOW NORMAL. THERE WERE 220 COOLING DEGREE
DAYS...WHICH IS 107 ABOVE NORMAL.

MAY OUTLOOK...THE TEMPERATURE OUTLOOK FOR A GREATER CHANCE OF BELOW
NORMAL TEMPERATURES. THE PRECIPITATION OUTLOOK SHOWS GREATERCHANCES
TO SEE ABOVE NORMAL PRECIPITATION IN MAY. THE NORMAL MONTHLY AVERAGE
TEMPERATURE IS 73.8 DEGREES. THE AVERAGE MAX TEMPERATURE IS 85.5 DEGREES
AND THE AVERAGE MIN TEMPERATURE IS 62.7 DEGREES. AVERAGE MAY RAINFALL IS
2.48 INCHES.

&&

ADDITIONAL RAINFALL REPORTS FROM AROUND THE AREA...

JACKSONVILLE VICINITY...              NORTHEAST FLORIDA...

JACKSONVILLE BEACH.....  5.05          FERNANDINA BEACH.....  2.57
JACKSONVILLE NAS.......  XXXX          GAINESVILLE.........   3.22
MAYPORT NS.............  2.90          GLEN ST MARY.........  3.37
BIG TALBOT ISLAND......  XXXX          FEDERAL POINT........  2.96
LITTLE TALBOT ISLAND...  XXXX          ST. AUGUSTINE LITEHS.  3.83
CRAIG FIELD............  3.31          ST. AUGUSTINE ARPT...  XXXX
SOUTH PONTE VEDRA......  XXXX          HASTINGS 4NE.........  3.52
GUANA RIVER ST PARK....  XXXX
BEAUCLERC..............  2.11          JASPER...............  4.68
WHITEHOUSE OLF.........  XXXX          BELL 4NW.............  2.32
                                       ORANGE SPRINGS 2SSW..  5.27
                                       PALM COAST NE........  2.57
                                       OCALA................  2.60
                                       STARKE...............  3.44
                                       CRESCENT CITY........  2.51
                                       PALM COAST 6NE.......  3.43
                                       WHITE SPRINGS 7N.....  3.00

                                       BUNNELL..............  6.84
                                       FLAGLER BEACH........  3.10
                                       PALM COAST S.........  5.61
                                       MARINELAND...........  3.52
                                       LAKE CITY 2E.........  3.84
SOUTHEAST GEORGIA...

BAXLEY 5NNW............  7.40          WOODBINE.............  4.55
BRUNSWICK..............  3.56          ST SIMONS ISLAND.....  3.43
HOMERVILLE 5N..........  3.17          ALMA.................  3.65
PRIDGEN................  5.47          PATTERSON............  4.47
MANOR..................  XXXX          HAZLEHURST...........  8.27
NAHUNTA 6NE............  3.05          FARGO 17NE............ 2.70

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

***********

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

$$


000
NOUS42 KJAX 011924
PNSJAX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSONVILLE FL
323 PM EST FRI MAY 1 2015

       ...APRIL 2015 CLIMATE SUMMARY FOR JACKSONVILLE...

                    ....WARM THAN NORMAL APRIL...

AT JACKSONVILLE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT...

TEMPERATURES...THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE FOR APRIL WAS 72.2 DEGREES
...5.2 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. THE AVERAGE DAILY HIGH WAS 81.9
DEGREES AND THE AVERAGE DAILY LOW WAS 62.4 DEGREES. THE MAXIMUM
TEMPERATURE FOR THE MONTH WAS 90 DEGREES ON THE 26TH AND THE MINIMUM
FOR THE MONTH WAS 54 DEGREES ON THE 2ND AND 22ND. NO RECORDS WERE SET
THIS MONTH AT JACKSONVILLE.

RAINFALL...THERE WERE 10 DAYS OF MEASURABLE RAINFALL IN APRIL AT
JACKSONVILLE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. MONTHLY RAINFALL TOTALED 2.67
INCHES...0.03 INCHES ABOVE NORMAL. THE GREATEST 24 HOUR TOTAL WAS
0.91 INCHES ON THE 25TH. NO PRECIPITATION RECORDS WERE SET IN
THE MONTH OF APRIL.

WIND...THE AVERAGE WIND SPEED FOR FEBRUARY WAS 6.6 MILES PER HOUR.
THE PEAK WIND GUST FOR THE MONTH WAS 49 MILES PER HOUR FROM THE
WEST ON THE 19TH.

FOR ENERGY CONSUMPTION PURPOSES...THERE WERE 0 HEATING DEGREE
DAYS...WHICH IS 55 BELOW NORMAL. THERE WERE 220 COOLING DEGREE
DAYS...WHICH IS 107 ABOVE NORMAL.

MAY OUTLOOK...THE TEMPERATURE OUTLOOK FOR A GREATER CHANCE OF BELOW
NORMAL TEMPERATURES. THE PRECIPITATION OUTLOOK SHOWS GREATERCHANCES
TO SEE ABOVE NORMAL PRECIPITATION IN MAY. THE NORMAL MONTHLY AVERAGE
TEMPERATURE IS 73.8 DEGREES. THE AVERAGE MAX TEMPERATURE IS 85.5 DEGREES
AND THE AVERAGE MIN TEMPERATURE IS 62.7 DEGREES. AVERAGE MAY RAINFALL IS
2.48 INCHES.

&&

ADDITIONAL RAINFALL REPORTS FROM AROUND THE AREA...

JACKSONVILLE VICINITY...              NORTHEAST FLORIDA...

JACKSONVILLE BEACH.....  5.05          FERNANDINA BEACH.....  2.57
JACKSONVILLE NAS.......  XXXX          GAINESVILLE.........   3.22
MAYPORT NS.............  2.90          GLEN ST MARY.........  3.37
BIG TALBOT ISLAND......  XXXX          FEDERAL POINT........  2.96
LITTLE TALBOT ISLAND...  XXXX          ST. AUGUSTINE LITEHS.  3.83
CRAIG FIELD............  3.31          ST. AUGUSTINE ARPT...  XXXX
SOUTH PONTE VEDRA......  XXXX          HASTINGS 4NE.........  3.52
GUANA RIVER ST PARK....  XXXX
BEAUCLERC..............  2.11          JASPER...............  4.68
WHITEHOUSE OLF.........  XXXX          BELL 4NW.............  2.32
                                       ORANGE SPRINGS 2SSW..  5.27
                                       PALM COAST NE........  2.57
                                       OCALA................  2.60
                                       STARKE...............  3.44
                                       CRESCENT CITY........  2.51
                                       PALM COAST 6NE.......  3.43
                                       WHITE SPRINGS 7N.....  3.00

                                       BUNNELL..............  6.84
                                       FLAGLER BEACH........  3.10
                                       PALM COAST S.........  5.61
                                       MARINELAND...........  3.52
                                       LAKE CITY 2E.........  3.84
SOUTHEAST GEORGIA...

BAXLEY 5NNW............  7.40          WOODBINE.............  4.55
BRUNSWICK..............  3.56          ST SIMONS ISLAND.....  3.43
HOMERVILLE 5N..........  3.17          ALMA.................  3.65
PRIDGEN................  5.47          PATTERSON............  4.47
MANOR..................  XXXX          HAZLEHURST...........  8.27
NAHUNTA 6NE............  3.05          FARGO 17NE............ 2.70

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

***********

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

$$



000
NOUS46 KSGX 011600
PNSSGX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SAN DIEGO CA
900 AM PST FRI MAY 1 2015

...CHANGE IN MARINE WARNINGS FOR TROPICAL CYCLONES...

BEGINNING ON MONDAY JUNE 1ST 2015, THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
WEATHER FORECAST OFFICE IN SAN DIEGO CALIFORNIA WILL USE THE MARINE
WEATHER MESSAGE (LAXMWWSGX) IN THE RARE CIRCUMSTANCE OF A
TROPICAL CYCLONE WATCH AND/OR WARNING BEING ISSUED FOR THE SAN DIEGO
COUNTY COASTAL WATERS.

IN ADDITION TO THE CURRENT MARINE VALID TIME EVENT CODE (VTEC) CODES,
THE MARINE WEATHER MESSAGE WILL ALSO CARRY THE TROPICAL VTEC CODES:

TR.A - TROPICAL STORM WATCH

TR.W - TROPICAL STORM WARNING

HU.A - HURRICANE WATCH

HU.W - HURRICANE WARNING

THERE WILL BE NO CHANGE TO WMO HEADERS OR AWIPS IDS FOR THE MARINE
WEATHER MESSAGE.

IF YOU HAVE ANY COMMENTS ABOUT THIS CHANGE, PLEASE CONTACT:

ALEX TARDY
WARNING COORDINATION METEOROLOGIST, NWS SAN DIEGO
858-675-8700

&&


000
NOUS46 KSGX 011600
PNSSGX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SAN DIEGO CA
900 AM PST FRI MAY 1 2015

...CHANGE IN MARINE WARNINGS FOR TROPICAL CYCLONES...

BEGINNING ON MONDAY JUNE 1ST 2015, THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
WEATHER FORECAST OFFICE IN SAN DIEGO CALIFORNIA WILL USE THE MARINE
WEATHER MESSAGE (LAXMWWSGX) IN THE RARE CIRCUMSTANCE OF A
TROPICAL CYCLONE WATCH AND/OR WARNING BEING ISSUED FOR THE SAN DIEGO
COUNTY COASTAL WATERS.

IN ADDITION TO THE CURRENT MARINE VALID TIME EVENT CODE (VTEC) CODES,
THE MARINE WEATHER MESSAGE WILL ALSO CARRY THE TROPICAL VTEC CODES:

TR.A - TROPICAL STORM WATCH

TR.W - TROPICAL STORM WARNING

HU.A - HURRICANE WATCH

HU.W - HURRICANE WARNING

THERE WILL BE NO CHANGE TO WMO HEADERS OR AWIPS IDS FOR THE MARINE
WEATHER MESSAGE.

IF YOU HAVE ANY COMMENTS ABOUT THIS CHANGE, PLEASE CONTACT:

ALEX TARDY
WARNING COORDINATION METEOROLOGIST, NWS SAN DIEGO
858-675-8700

&&



000
NOUS45 KBOU 011541
PNSBOU

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DENVER/BOULDER CO
941 AM MDT FRI MAY 01 2015

...DENVER METRO AREA SNOWFALL REPORTS...

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

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

DENVER INTL AIRPORT      0.0           0.0             53.8
THROUGH 6 AM

DENVER-STAPLETON         0.0           0.0             54.0
THROUGH 6 AM

DENVER CITY PARK         0.0           0.0             52.6
THROUGH MIDNIGHT

EVERGREEN                0.0           0.0             72.0
THROUGH 8 AM

NORTH LONGMONT           0.0           0.0             46.0
THROUGH 7 AM

WHEAT RIDGE              0.0           0.0             70.0
THROUGH 7 AM

$$


000
NOUS45 KBOU 011541
PNSBOU

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DENVER/BOULDER CO
941 AM MDT FRI MAY 01 2015

...DENVER METRO AREA SNOWFALL REPORTS...

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

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

DENVER INTL AIRPORT      0.0           0.0             53.8
THROUGH 6 AM

DENVER-STAPLETON         0.0           0.0             54.0
THROUGH 6 AM

DENVER CITY PARK         0.0           0.0             52.6
THROUGH MIDNIGHT

EVERGREEN                0.0           0.0             72.0
THROUGH 8 AM

NORTH LONGMONT           0.0           0.0             46.0
THROUGH 7 AM

WHEAT RIDGE              0.0           0.0             70.0
THROUGH 7 AM

$$



000
NOUS42 KMFL 011454
PNSMFL

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MIAMI FL
1054 AM EDT FRI MAY 1 2015

...WARMEST APRIL ON RECORD FOR PARTS OF SOUTH FLORIDA...

HERE IS A QUICK LOOK AT AVERAGE MONTHLY TEMPERATURES FOR APRIL 2015,
DEPARTURE FROM NORMAL, AND HOW IT RANKED COMPARED TO THE WARMEST
APRIL ON RECORD.

LOCATION                   AVERAGE      DEPARTURE        RECORD
(PERIOD OF RECORD)           /F/           /F/
--------------------------------------------------------------------
FORT LAUDERDALE (1913)      79.8          +3.6           WARMEST
MIAMI (1896)                80.4          +4.6           WARMEST
NAPLES (1942)               78.5          +5.2         2ND WARMEST
WEST PALM BEACH (1888)      79.2          +5.4         2ND WARMEST

FOR FORT LAUDERDALE, APRIL 2015 IS NOW THE WARMEST APRIL ON RECORD,
WITH RECORDS DATING BACK TO 1913. PREVIOUSLY, THE WARMEST APRIL ON
RECORD FOR THE FORT LAUDERDALE AREA WAS 2011, WITH AN AVERAGE
MONTHLY TEMPERATURE OF 79.1F DEGREES.

FOR MIAMI, APRIL 2015 IS NOW THE WARMEST APRIL ON RECORD, WITH
RECORDS DATING BACK TO 1896. PREVIOUSLY, THE WARMEST APRIL ON RECORD
FOR THE MIAMI AREA WAS 2011, WITH AN AVERAGE MONTHLY TEMPERATURE OF
80.1 DEGREES.

FOR NAPLES, APRIL 2015 RANKS AS THE 2ND WARMEST APRIL ON RECORD. THE
WARMEST APRIL RECORDED FOR THE NAPLES AREA WAS IN 1947, WITH AN
AVERAGE MONTHLY TEMPERATURE OF 78.9 DEGREES.

FOR WEST PALM BEACH, APRIL 2015 RANKS AS THE 2ND WARMEST APRIL ON
RECORD. THE WARMEST APRIL RECORDED FOR THE WEST PALM BEACH AREA WAS
IN 2011, WITH AN AVERAGE MONTHLY TEMPERATURE OF 80.2 DEGREES.

$$

ROSS



000
NOUS42 KMFL 011454
PNSMFL

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MIAMI FL
1054 AM EDT FRI MAY 1 2015

...WARMEST APRIL ON RECORD FOR PARTS OF SOUTH FLORIDA...

HERE IS A QUICK LOOK AT AVERAGE MONTHLY TEMPERATURES FOR APRIL 2015,
DEPARTURE FROM NORMAL, AND HOW IT RANKED COMPARED TO THE WARMEST
APRIL ON RECORD.

LOCATION                   AVERAGE      DEPARTURE        RECORD
(PERIOD OF RECORD)           /F/           /F/
--------------------------------------------------------------------
FORT LAUDERDALE (1913)      79.8          +3.6           WARMEST
MIAMI (1896)                80.4          +4.6           WARMEST
NAPLES (1942)               78.5          +5.2         2ND WARMEST
WEST PALM BEACH (1888)      79.2          +5.4         2ND WARMEST

FOR FORT LAUDERDALE, APRIL 2015 IS NOW THE WARMEST APRIL ON RECORD,
WITH RECORDS DATING BACK TO 1913. PREVIOUSLY, THE WARMEST APRIL ON
RECORD FOR THE FORT LAUDERDALE AREA WAS 2011, WITH AN AVERAGE
MONTHLY TEMPERATURE OF 79.1F DEGREES.

FOR MIAMI, APRIL 2015 IS NOW THE WARMEST APRIL ON RECORD, WITH
RECORDS DATING BACK TO 1896. PREVIOUSLY, THE WARMEST APRIL ON RECORD
FOR THE MIAMI AREA WAS 2011, WITH AN AVERAGE MONTHLY TEMPERATURE OF
80.1 DEGREES.

FOR NAPLES, APRIL 2015 RANKS AS THE 2ND WARMEST APRIL ON RECORD. THE
WARMEST APRIL RECORDED FOR THE NAPLES AREA WAS IN 1947, WITH AN
AVERAGE MONTHLY TEMPERATURE OF 78.9 DEGREES.

FOR WEST PALM BEACH, APRIL 2015 RANKS AS THE 2ND WARMEST APRIL ON
RECORD. THE WARMEST APRIL RECORDED FOR THE WEST PALM BEACH AREA WAS
IN 2011, WITH AN AVERAGE MONTHLY TEMPERATURE OF 80.2 DEGREES.

$$

ROSS


000
NOUS46 KHNX 011435
PNSHNX

CAZ089>092-031500

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY - HANFORD CA
735 AM PDT FRI MAY 1 2015

...APRIL 2015 CLIMATOLOGICAL SUMMARY FOR BAKERSFIELD AND FRESNO...
...FRESNO TIES ITS SIXTH DRIEST MARCH ON RECORD...
...BAKERSFIELD HAS ITS THIRD WARMEST MARCH ON RECORD...
...FRESNO HAS ITS WARMEST MARCH ON RECORD...
...RAINFALL DEPARTURES...

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

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

RAINFALL
MONTH
APRIL 2015..............0.08 INCH.............1.25 INCH
 NORMAL APRIL...........0.52 INCH.............0.95 INCHES
 DEPARTURE FROM NRML...-0.44 INCH.............0.30 INCH
 PERCENT OF NORMAL......15.4.................131.6
RAIN SEASON /JULY 1 TO JUNE 30/
 THROUGH APRIL 2015.....4.62 INCHES...........6.03 INCHES
 NORMAL THROUGH APRIL...6.21 INCHES..........10.86 INCHES
 DEPARTURE FROM NRML...-1.59 INCH............-4.83 INCHES
 PERCENT OF NORMAL......74.4..................55.5
WATER YEAR /OCTOBER 1 TO SEPTEMBER 30/
 THROUGH APRIL 2015.....4.61 INCHES...........5.84 INCHES
 NORMAL THROUGH APRIL...6.09 INCHES..........10.67 INCHES
 DEPARTURE FROM NRML...-1.48 INCH............-4.83 INCHES
 PERCENT OF NORMAL......75.7..................54.7

TEMPERATURE
AVERAGE HIGH
 APRIL 2015.............79.2..................77.6
 NORMAL APRIL...........75.0..................74.6
 DEPARTURE...............4.2...................3.0
 HIGHEST..................94....................93
 DATE...................28TH..................30TH
AVERAGE LOW
 APRIL 2015.............51.7..................51.0
 NORMAL APRIL,,,,.......50.2..................49.4
 DEPARTURE...............1.5...................1.6
 LOWEST...................43....................43
 DATE...................15TH...................8TH
AVERAGE TEMPERATURE
 APRIL 2015.............65.5..................64.3
 NORMAL APRIL...........62.6..................62.0
 DEPARTURE...............2.9...................2.3

&&

RECORDS TIED OR BROKEN IN APRIL

BAKERSFIELD

NO TEMPERATURE OR RAINFALL RECORDS WERE BROKEN OR TIED AT
   MEADOWS FIELD...BAKERSFIELD...DURING APRIL 2015.

FRESNO

NO TEMPERATURE OR RAINFALL RECORDS WERE BROKEN OR TIED AT
   FRESNO-YOSEMITE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT DURING APRIL 2015.

&&

RAINFALL DEPARTURES

                                   BAKERSFIELD        FRESNO

LAST MONTH.......ACTUAL.............0.08 INCH.........1.25 INCH
                 NORMAL.............0.52 INCH.........0.95 INCH
                 DEPARTURE.........-0.44 INCH.........0.30 INCH
                 PCT OF NORMAL......15.4.............131.6

LAST 3 MONTHS....ACTUAL.............1.25 INCH.........2.44 INCHES
                 NORMAL.............2.97 INCHES.......5.01 INCHES
                 DEPARTURE.........-1.72 INCH........-2.57 INCHES
                 PCT OF NORMAL......42.1..............48.7

LAST 6 MONTHS....ACTUAL.............3.97 INCHES.......5.34 INCHES
                 NORMAL.............5.79 INCHES......10.04 INCHES
                 DEPARTURE.........-1.82 INCH........-4.70 INCHES
                 PCT OF NORMAL......68.6..............53.2

LAST 12 MONTHS...ACTUAL.............4.66 INCHES.......6.07 INCHES
                 NORMAL.............6.47 INCHES......11.50 INCHES
                 DEPARTURE.........-1.81 INCH........-5.43 INCHES
                 PCT OF NORMAL......72.0..............52.8

SINCE JAN 1ST....ACTUAL.............1.94 INCH.........2.65 INCHES
                 NORMAL.............4.13 INCHES.......7.20 INCHES
                 DEPARTURE.........-2.19 INCHES......-4.55 INCHES
                 PCT OF NORMAL......47.0..............36.8

&&

$$

SANGER/OCHS

WEATHER.GOV/HANFORD


000
NOUS46 KHNX 011435
PNSHNX

CAZ089>092-031500

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY - HANFORD CA
735 AM PDT FRI MAY 1 2015

...APRIL 2015 CLIMATOLOGICAL SUMMARY FOR BAKERSFIELD AND FRESNO...
...FRESNO TIES ITS SIXTH DRIEST MARCH ON RECORD...
...BAKERSFIELD HAS ITS THIRD WARMEST MARCH ON RECORD...
...FRESNO HAS ITS WARMEST MARCH ON RECORD...
...RAINFALL DEPARTURES...

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

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

RAINFALL
MONTH
APRIL 2015..............0.08 INCH.............1.25 INCH
 NORMAL APRIL...........0.52 INCH.............0.95 INCHES
 DEPARTURE FROM NRML...-0.44 INCH.............0.30 INCH
 PERCENT OF NORMAL......15.4.................131.6
RAIN SEASON /JULY 1 TO JUNE 30/
 THROUGH APRIL 2015.....4.62 INCHES...........6.03 INCHES
 NORMAL THROUGH APRIL...6.21 INCHES..........10.86 INCHES
 DEPARTURE FROM NRML...-1.59 INCH............-4.83 INCHES
 PERCENT OF NORMAL......74.4..................55.5
WATER YEAR /OCTOBER 1 TO SEPTEMBER 30/
 THROUGH APRIL 2015.....4.61 INCHES...........5.84 INCHES
 NORMAL THROUGH APRIL...6.09 INCHES..........10.67 INCHES
 DEPARTURE FROM NRML...-1.48 INCH............-4.83 INCHES
 PERCENT OF NORMAL......75.7..................54.7

TEMPERATURE
AVERAGE HIGH
 APRIL 2015.............79.2..................77.6
 NORMAL APRIL...........75.0..................74.6
 DEPARTURE...............4.2...................3.0
 HIGHEST..................94....................93
 DATE...................28TH..................30TH
AVERAGE LOW
 APRIL 2015.............51.7..................51.0
 NORMAL APRIL,,,,.......50.2..................49.4
 DEPARTURE...............1.5...................1.6
 LOWEST...................43....................43
 DATE...................15TH...................8TH
AVERAGE TEMPERATURE
 APRIL 2015.............65.5..................64.3
 NORMAL APRIL...........62.6..................62.0
 DEPARTURE...............2.9...................2.3

&&

RECORDS TIED OR BROKEN IN APRIL

BAKERSFIELD

NO TEMPERATURE OR RAINFALL RECORDS WERE BROKEN OR TIED AT
   MEADOWS FIELD...BAKERSFIELD...DURING APRIL 2015.

FRESNO

NO TEMPERATURE OR RAINFALL RECORDS WERE BROKEN OR TIED AT
   FRESNO-YOSEMITE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT DURING APRIL 2015.

&&

RAINFALL DEPARTURES

                                   BAKERSFIELD        FRESNO

LAST MONTH.......ACTUAL.............0.08 INCH.........1.25 INCH
                 NORMAL.............0.52 INCH.........0.95 INCH
                 DEPARTURE.........-0.44 INCH.........0.30 INCH
                 PCT OF NORMAL......15.4.............131.6

LAST 3 MONTHS....ACTUAL.............1.25 INCH.........2.44 INCHES
                 NORMAL.............2.97 INCHES.......5.01 INCHES
                 DEPARTURE.........-1.72 INCH........-2.57 INCHES
                 PCT OF NORMAL......42.1..............48.7

LAST 6 MONTHS....ACTUAL.............3.97 INCHES.......5.34 INCHES
                 NORMAL.............5.79 INCHES......10.04 INCHES
                 DEPARTURE.........-1.82 INCH........-4.70 INCHES
                 PCT OF NORMAL......68.6..............53.2

LAST 12 MONTHS...ACTUAL.............4.66 INCHES.......6.07 INCHES
                 NORMAL.............6.47 INCHES......11.50 INCHES
                 DEPARTURE.........-1.81 INCH........-5.43 INCHES
                 PCT OF NORMAL......72.0..............52.8

SINCE JAN 1ST....ACTUAL.............1.94 INCH.........2.65 INCHES
                 NORMAL.............4.13 INCHES.......7.20 INCHES
                 DEPARTURE.........-2.19 INCHES......-4.55 INCHES
                 PCT OF NORMAL......47.0..............36.8

&&

$$

SANGER/OCHS

WEATHER.GOV/HANFORD


000
NOUS43 KSGF 011425
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-021424

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
924 AM CDT FRI MAY 1 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Douglas   Ava                    74  39   0.00
Barry     Roaring River SP       73  39   0.00
Webster   Niangua                72  42   0.00
Benton    Edwards 6W             79  38   0.00
Morgan    Gravois Mills          75  40   0.00
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            73  42   0.00
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            73  41   0.00
Stone     Crane 4N               73  40   0.00

$$



Frye


000
NOUS43 KSGF 011425
PNSSGF
KSZ073-097-101-MOZ055>058-066>071-077>083-088>098-101>106-021424

VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVATION REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO
924 AM CDT FRI MAY 1 2015

                                 Max Min
County    Location              Temp Temp Precip Significant Weather

Douglas   Ava                    74  39   0.00
Barry     Roaring River SP       73  39   0.00
Webster   Niangua                72  42   0.00
Benton    Edwards 6W             79  38   0.00
Morgan    Gravois Mills          75  40   0.00
Jasper    Sarcoxie 1W            73  42   0.00
Laclede   1 SE Morgan            73  41   0.00
Stone     Crane 4N               73  40   0.00

$$



Frye



000
NOUS43 KARX 011422
PNSARX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LA CROSSE WI
915 AM CDT FRI MAY 1 2015

...APRIL IN LA CROSSE WISCONSIN WAS WARMER AND WETTER THAN NORMAL...

THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE IN LA CROSSE WAS 51.0 DEGREES WHICH WAS
WAS 2.4 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL AND THE WARMEST SINCE 2010...WHICH
RECORDED 54.5 DEGREES.  THE AVERAGE HIGH WAS 63.1 DEGREES AND THE
AVERAGE LOW WAS 38.8 DEGREES. THE MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE FOR THE MONTH
WAS 82 DEGREES ON THE 1ST AND THE MINIMUM TEMPERATURE WAS 28 DEGREES
ON THE 23RD.

A TOTAL OF 4.16 INCHES OF PRECIPITATION FELL DURING THE MONTH OF
APRIL. THIS WAS 0.82 INCHES ABOVE NORMAL. THE GREATEST 24-
HOUR PRECIPITATION TOTAL WAS 1.42 INCHES...WHICH FELL ON THE
9TH.

SNOWFALL FOR THE MONTH WAS JUST 0.5 INCHES...WHICH WAS 1.2 INCHES
BELOW NORMAL. THE GREATEST 24-HOUR SNOWFALL WAS 0.4 INCH ON
THE 9TH.

...RECORDS...

82 DEGREES ON THE 1ST...TIED THE DAILY RECORD HIGH SET IN 2010.

...DISCUSSION...

A WESTERLY FLOW PROVIDED NORMAL TO ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES FOR 17
OUT OF 30 DAYS AND ACCOUNTED FOR THE 2.4 DEGREE ABOVE NORMAL
AVERAGE. THE MONTH WAS NOT WITHOUT ITS COLD PERIODS WITH THE LONGEST
STRETCH OF BELOW AVERAGE TEMPERATURES RUNNING FROM THE 20TH TO THE
27TH. MEASURABLE PRECIPITATION FELL ON 14 DAYS DURING THE
MONTH...WITH 2 DAYS RECORDING MORE THAN AN INCH...WHICH WERE THE 7TH
WITH 1.36 INCHES AND THE 9TH WITH 1.42 INCHES.

...LOOKING AHEAD TO MAY...

THE AVERAGE HIGH RISES FROM 66 DEGREES ON THE 1ST...TO 75 DEGREES ON
THE 31ST. THE AVERAGE LOW WARMS FROM 44 DEGREES ON THE 1ST...TO
53 DEGREES AT THE END OF THE MONTH. THE NORMAL MEAN TEMPERATURE FOR
THE MONTH IS 59.7 DEGREES. LA CROSSES WARMEST MAY OCCURRED IN 1934
WITH AN AVERAGE TEMPERATURE OF 68.0 DEGREES...WHILE THE COLDEST MAY
OCCURRED IN 1907 WITH AN AVERAGE TEMPERATURE OF 50.8 DEGREES.

THE AVERAGE PRECIPITATION FOR MAY IS 3.52 INCHES. THERE ARE NORMALLY
5 DAYS WITH THUNDERSTORMS DURING MAY IN LA CROSSE. THE WETTEST
MAY OCCURRED IN 2004 WITH 9.73 INCHES OF PRECIPITATION...WHILE THE
DRIEST WAS IN 1887 WITH 0.50 OF AN INCH.

$$

TMS



000
NOUS43 KARX 011422
PNSARX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LA CROSSE WI
915 AM CDT FRI MAY 1 2015

...APRIL IN LA CROSSE WISCONSIN WAS WARMER AND WETTER THAN NORMAL...

THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE IN LA CROSSE WAS 51.0 DEGREES WHICH WAS
WAS 2.4 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL AND THE WARMEST SINCE 2010...WHICH
RECORDED 54.5 DEGREES.  THE AVERAGE HIGH WAS 63.1 DEGREES AND THE
AVERAGE LOW WAS 38.8 DEGREES. THE MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE FOR THE MONTH
WAS 82 DEGREES ON THE 1ST AND THE MINIMUM TEMPERATURE WAS 28 DEGREES
ON THE 23RD.

A TOTAL OF 4.16 INCHES OF PRECIPITATION FELL DURING THE MONTH OF
APRIL. THIS WAS 0.82 INCHES ABOVE NORMAL. THE GREATEST 24-
HOUR PRECIPITATION TOTAL WAS 1.42 INCHES...WHICH FELL ON THE
9TH.

SNOWFALL FOR THE MONTH WAS JUST 0.5 INCHES...WHICH WAS 1.2 INCHES
BELOW NORMAL. THE GREATEST 24-HOUR SNOWFALL WAS 0.4 INCH ON
THE 9TH.

...RECORDS...

82 DEGREES ON THE 1ST...TIED THE DAILY RECORD HIGH SET IN 2010.

...DISCUSSION...

A WESTERLY FLOW PROVIDED NORMAL TO ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES FOR 17
OUT OF 30 DAYS AND ACCOUNTED FOR THE 2.4 DEGREE ABOVE NORMAL
AVERAGE. THE MONTH WAS NOT WITHOUT ITS COLD PERIODS WITH THE LONGEST
STRETCH OF BELOW AVERAGE TEMPERATURES RUNNING FROM THE 20TH TO THE
27TH. MEASURABLE PRECIPITATION FELL ON 14 DAYS DURING THE
MONTH...WITH 2 DAYS RECORDING MORE THAN AN INCH...WHICH WERE THE 7TH
WITH 1.36 INCHES AND THE 9TH WITH 1.42 INCHES.

...LOOKING AHEAD TO MAY...

THE AVERAGE HIGH RISES FROM 66 DEGREES ON THE 1ST...TO 75 DEGREES ON
THE 31ST. THE AVERAGE LOW WARMS FROM 44 DEGREES ON THE 1ST...TO
53 DEGREES AT THE END OF THE MONTH. THE NORMAL MEAN TEMPERATURE FOR
THE MONTH IS 59.7 DEGREES. LA CROSSES WARMEST MAY OCCURRED IN 1934
WITH AN AVERAGE TEMPERATURE OF 68.0 DEGREES...WHILE THE COLDEST MAY
OCCURRED IN 1907 WITH AN AVERAGE TEMPERATURE OF 50.8 DEGREES.

THE AVERAGE PRECIPITATION FOR MAY IS 3.52 INCHES. THERE ARE NORMALLY
5 DAYS WITH THUNDERSTORMS DURING MAY IN LA CROSSE. THE WETTEST
MAY OCCURRED IN 2004 WITH 9.73 INCHES OF PRECIPITATION...WHILE THE
DRIEST WAS IN 1887 WITH 0.50 OF AN INCH.

$$

TMS



000
NOUS43 KARX 011422
PNSARX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LA CROSSE WI
915 AM CDT FRI MAY 1 2015

...APRIL IN LA CROSSE WISCONSIN WAS WARMER AND WETTER THAN NORMAL...

THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE IN LA CROSSE WAS 51.0 DEGREES WHICH WAS
WAS 2.4 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL AND THE WARMEST SINCE 2010...WHICH
RECORDED 54.5 DEGREES.  THE AVERAGE HIGH WAS 63.1 DEGREES AND THE
AVERAGE LOW WAS 38.8 DEGREES. THE MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE FOR THE MONTH
WAS 82 DEGREES ON THE 1ST AND THE MINIMUM TEMPERATURE WAS 28 DEGREES
ON THE 23RD.

A TOTAL OF 4.16 INCHES OF PRECIPITATION FELL DURING THE MONTH OF
APRIL. THIS WAS 0.82 INCHES ABOVE NORMAL. THE GREATEST 24-
HOUR PRECIPITATION TOTAL WAS 1.42 INCHES...WHICH FELL ON THE
9TH.

SNOWFALL FOR THE MONTH WAS JUST 0.5 INCHES...WHICH WAS 1.2 INCHES
BELOW NORMAL. THE GREATEST 24-HOUR SNOWFALL WAS 0.4 INCH ON
THE 9TH.

...RECORDS...

82 DEGREES ON THE 1ST...TIED THE DAILY RECORD HIGH SET IN 2010.

...DISCUSSION...

A WESTERLY FLOW PROVIDED NORMAL TO ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES FOR 17
OUT OF 30 DAYS AND ACCOUNTED FOR THE 2.4 DEGREE ABOVE NORMAL
AVERAGE. THE MONTH WAS NOT WITHOUT ITS COLD PERIODS WITH THE LONGEST
STRETCH OF BELOW AVERAGE TEMPERATURES RUNNING FROM THE 20TH TO THE
27TH. MEASURABLE PRECIPITATION FELL ON 14 DAYS DURING THE
MONTH...WITH 2 DAYS RECORDING MORE THAN AN INCH...WHICH WERE THE 7TH
WITH 1.36 INCHES AND THE 9TH WITH 1.42 INCHES.

...LOOKING AHEAD TO MAY...

THE AVERAGE HIGH RISES FROM 66 DEGREES ON THE 1ST...TO 75 DEGREES ON
THE 31ST. THE AVERAGE LOW WARMS FROM 44 DEGREES ON THE 1ST...TO
53 DEGREES AT THE END OF THE MONTH. THE NORMAL MEAN TEMPERATURE FOR
THE MONTH IS 59.7 DEGREES. LA CROSSES WARMEST MAY OCCURRED IN 1934
WITH AN AVERAGE TEMPERATURE OF 68.0 DEGREES...WHILE THE COLDEST MAY
OCCURRED IN 1907 WITH AN AVERAGE TEMPERATURE OF 50.8 DEGREES.

THE AVERAGE PRECIPITATION FOR MAY IS 3.52 INCHES. THERE ARE NORMALLY
5 DAYS WITH THUNDERSTORMS DURING MAY IN LA CROSSE. THE WETTEST
MAY OCCURRED IN 2004 WITH 9.73 INCHES OF PRECIPITATION...WHILE THE
DRIEST WAS IN 1887 WITH 0.50 OF AN INCH.

$$

TMS



000
NOUS43 KARX 011422
PNSARX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LA CROSSE WI
915 AM CDT FRI MAY 1 2015

...APRIL IN LA CROSSE WISCONSIN WAS WARMER AND WETTER THAN NORMAL...

THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE IN LA CROSSE WAS 51.0 DEGREES WHICH WAS
WAS 2.4 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL AND THE WARMEST SINCE 2010...WHICH
RECORDED 54.5 DEGREES.  THE AVERAGE HIGH WAS 63.1 DEGREES AND THE
AVERAGE LOW WAS 38.8 DEGREES. THE MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE FOR THE MONTH
WAS 82 DEGREES ON THE 1ST AND THE MINIMUM TEMPERATURE WAS 28 DEGREES
ON THE 23RD.

A TOTAL OF 4.16 INCHES OF PRECIPITATION FELL DURING THE MONTH OF
APRIL. THIS WAS 0.82 INCHES ABOVE NORMAL. THE GREATEST 24-
HOUR PRECIPITATION TOTAL WAS 1.42 INCHES...WHICH FELL ON THE
9TH.

SNOWFALL FOR THE MONTH WAS JUST 0.5 INCHES...WHICH WAS 1.2 INCHES
BELOW NORMAL. THE GREATEST 24-HOUR SNOWFALL WAS 0.4 INCH ON
THE 9TH.

...RECORDS...

82 DEGREES ON THE 1ST...TIED THE DAILY RECORD HIGH SET IN 2010.

...DISCUSSION...

A WESTERLY FLOW PROVIDED NORMAL TO ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES FOR 17
OUT OF 30 DAYS AND ACCOUNTED FOR THE 2.4 DEGREE ABOVE NORMAL
AVERAGE. THE MONTH WAS NOT WITHOUT ITS COLD PERIODS WITH THE LONGEST
STRETCH OF BELOW AVERAGE TEMPERATURES RUNNING FROM THE 20TH TO THE
27TH. MEASURABLE PRECIPITATION FELL ON 14 DAYS DURING THE
MONTH...WITH 2 DAYS RECORDING MORE THAN AN INCH...WHICH WERE THE 7TH
WITH 1.36 INCHES AND THE 9TH WITH 1.42 INCHES.

...LOOKING AHEAD TO MAY...

THE AVERAGE HIGH RISES FROM 66 DEGREES ON THE 1ST...TO 75 DEGREES ON
THE 31ST. THE AVERAGE LOW WARMS FROM 44 DEGREES ON THE 1ST...TO
53 DEGREES AT THE END OF THE MONTH. THE NORMAL MEAN TEMPERATURE FOR
THE MONTH IS 59.7 DEGREES. LA CROSSES WARMEST MAY OCCURRED IN 1934
WITH AN AVERAGE TEMPERATURE OF 68.0 DEGREES...WHILE THE COLDEST MAY
OCCURRED IN 1907 WITH AN AVERAGE TEMPERATURE OF 50.8 DEGREES.

THE AVERAGE PRECIPITATION FOR MAY IS 3.52 INCHES. THERE ARE NORMALLY
5 DAYS WITH THUNDERSTORMS DURING MAY IN LA CROSSE. THE WETTEST
MAY OCCURRED IN 2004 WITH 9.73 INCHES OF PRECIPITATION...WHILE THE
DRIEST WAS IN 1887 WITH 0.50 OF AN INCH.

$$

TMS



000
NOUS43 KARX 011334
PNSARX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LA CROSSE WI
830 AM CDT FRI MAY 1 2015

...APRIL AT ROCHESTER MINNESOTA WAS THE 10TH WETTEST ON RECORD AND
RECORDED A ABOVE NORMAL MONTHLY TEMPERATURE.

THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE IN ROCHESTER WAS 47.7 DEGREES...WHICH WAS
1.0 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. THE AVERAGE HIGH WAS 58.3 DEGREES AND THE
AVERAGE LOW WAS 37.1 DEGREES. THE MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE FOR THE MONTH
WAS 77 DEGREES WHICH OCCURRED ON THE 17TH. THE MINIMUM TEMPERATURE
TEMPERATURE WAS 25 DEGREES ON THE 23RD.

A TOTAL OF 4.93 INCHES OF PRECIPITATION FELL DURING THE MONTH OF
APRIL...WHICH WAS 1.69 INCHES ABOVE NORMAL. THE GREATEST 24-HOUR
PRECIPITATION TOTAL WAS 1.58 INCHES WHICH OCCURRED ON THE 8TH-9TH.

THERE WAS 1.5 INCHES OF SNOWFALL DURING THE MONTH...WHICH FELL
ENTIRELY ON THE 9TH. THIS WAS 1.8 INCHES BELOW NORMAL MONTHLY TOTAL.

...RECORDS...

NO RECORDS WERE SET OR TIED.

...DISCUSSION...

A WESTERLY FLOW PROVIDED NORMAL TO ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES FOR 17
OUT OF 30 DAYS AND ACCOUNTED FOR THE 1.0 DEGREE ABOVE NORMAL
AVERAGE. THE MONTH WAS NOT WITHOUT ITS COLD PERIODS WITH THE LONGEST
STRETCH OF BELOW AVERAGE TEMPERATURES RUNNING FROM THE 20TH TO THE
27TH. MEASURABLE PRECIPITATION FELL ON 14 DAYS DURING THE
MONTH...WITH 2 DAYS RECORDING MORE THAN AN INCH...WHICH WERE THE 9TH
WITH 1.34 INCHES AND 19TH WITH 1.19 INCHES.


...LOOKING AHEAD TO MAY...

THE AVERAGE HIGH RISES FROM 64 DEGREES ON THE 1ST...TO 73 DEGREES ON
THE 31ST. THE AVERAGE LOW WARMS FROM 42 DEGREES ON THE 1ST...TO 52
DEGREES AT THE END OF THE MONTH. THE NORMAL MEAN TEMPERATURE FOR THE
MONTH IS 58.1 DEGREES. THE WARMEST MAY IN ROCHESTER OCCURRED IN 1934
WITH AN AVERAGE TEMPERATURE OF 66.2 DEGREES...WHILE THE COLDEST MAY
OCCURRED IN 1888 WITH AN AVERAGE OF ONLY 49.6 DEGREES.

AVERAGE PRECIPITATION FOR THE MONTH OF MAY IS 3.63 INCHES.  THE
WETTEST MAY OCCURRED IN 1982 WITH 8.41 INCHES OF PRECIPITATION...
WHILE THE DRIEST WAS IN 1934 WITH 0.40 OF AN INCH. TYPICALLY
ROCHESTER SEES 5 DAYS OF THUNDERSTORMS IN THE MONTH OF MAY.

$$



000
NOUS43 KARX 011334
PNSARX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LA CROSSE WI
830 AM CDT FRI MAY 1 2015

...APRIL AT ROCHESTER MINNESOTA WAS THE 10TH WETTEST ON RECORD AND
RECORDED A ABOVE NORMAL MONTHLY TEMPERATURE.

THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE IN ROCHESTER WAS 47.7 DEGREES...WHICH WAS
1.0 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. THE AVERAGE HIGH WAS 58.3 DEGREES AND THE
AVERAGE LOW WAS 37.1 DEGREES. THE MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE FOR THE MONTH
WAS 77 DEGREES WHICH OCCURRED ON THE 17TH. THE MINIMUM TEMPERATURE
TEMPERATURE WAS 25 DEGREES ON THE 23RD.

A TOTAL OF 4.93 INCHES OF PRECIPITATION FELL DURING THE MONTH OF
APRIL...WHICH WAS 1.69 INCHES ABOVE NORMAL. THE GREATEST 24-HOUR
PRECIPITATION TOTAL WAS 1.58 INCHES WHICH OCCURRED ON THE 8TH-9TH.

THERE WAS 1.5 INCHES OF SNOWFALL DURING THE MONTH...WHICH FELL
ENTIRELY ON THE 9TH. THIS WAS 1.8 INCHES BELOW NORMAL MONTHLY TOTAL.

...RECORDS...

NO RECORDS WERE SET OR TIED.

...DISCUSSION...

A WESTERLY FLOW PROVIDED NORMAL TO ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES FOR 17
OUT OF 30 DAYS AND ACCOUNTED FOR THE 1.0 DEGREE ABOVE NORMAL
AVERAGE. THE MONTH WAS NOT WITHOUT ITS COLD PERIODS WITH THE LONGEST
STRETCH OF BELOW AVERAGE TEMPERATURES RUNNING FROM THE 20TH TO THE
27TH. MEASURABLE PRECIPITATION FELL ON 14 DAYS DURING THE
MONTH...WITH 2 DAYS RECORDING MORE THAN AN INCH...WHICH WERE THE 9TH
WITH 1.34 INCHES AND 19TH WITH 1.19 INCHES.


...LOOKING AHEAD TO MAY...

THE AVERAGE HIGH RISES FROM 64 DEGREES ON THE 1ST...TO 73 DEGREES ON
THE 31ST. THE AVERAGE LOW WARMS FROM 42 DEGREES ON THE 1ST...TO 52
DEGREES AT THE END OF THE MONTH. THE NORMAL MEAN TEMPERATURE FOR THE
MONTH IS 58.1 DEGREES. THE WARMEST MAY IN ROCHESTER OCCURRED IN 1934
WITH AN AVERAGE TEMPERATURE OF 66.2 DEGREES...WHILE THE COLDEST MAY
OCCURRED IN 1888 WITH AN AVERAGE OF ONLY 49.6 DEGREES.

AVERAGE PRECIPITATION FOR THE MONTH OF MAY IS 3.63 INCHES.  THE
WETTEST MAY OCCURRED IN 1982 WITH 8.41 INCHES OF PRECIPITATION...
WHILE THE DRIEST WAS IN 1934 WITH 0.40 OF AN INCH. TYPICALLY
ROCHESTER SEES 5 DAYS OF THUNDERSTORMS IN THE MONTH OF MAY.

$$


000
NOUS43 KARX 011334
PNSARX

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LA CROSSE WI
830 AM CDT FRI MAY 1 2015

...APRIL AT ROCHESTER MINNESOTA WAS THE 10TH WETTEST ON RECORD AND
RECORDED A ABOVE NORMAL MONTHLY TEMPERATURE.

THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE IN ROCHESTER WAS 47.7 DEGREES...WHICH WAS
1.0 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. THE AVERAGE HIGH WAS 58.3 DEGREES AND THE
AVERAGE LOW WAS 37.1 DEGREES. THE MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE FOR THE MONTH
WAS 77 DEGREES WHICH OCCURRED ON THE 17TH. THE MINIMUM TEMPERATURE
TEMPERATURE WAS 25 DEGREES ON THE 23RD.

A TOTAL OF 4.93 INCHES OF PRECIPITATION FELL DURING THE MONTH OF
APRIL...WHICH WAS 1.69 INCHES ABOVE NORMAL. THE GREATEST 24-HOUR
PRECIPITATION TOTAL WAS 1.58 INCHES WHICH OCCURRED ON THE 8TH-9TH.

THERE WAS 1.5 INCHES OF SNOWFALL DURING THE MONTH...WHICH FELL
ENTIRELY ON THE 9TH. THIS WAS 1.8 INCHES BELOW NORMAL MONTHLY TOTAL.

...RECORDS...

NO RECORDS WERE SET OR TIED.

...DISCUSSION...

A WESTERLY FLOW PROVIDED NORMAL TO ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES FOR 17
OUT OF 30 DAYS AND ACCOUNTED FOR THE 1.0 DEGREE ABOVE NORMAL
AVERAGE. THE MONTH WAS NOT WITHOUT ITS COLD PERIODS WITH THE LONGEST
STRETCH OF BELOW AVERAGE TEMPERATURES RUNNING FROM THE 20TH TO THE
27TH. MEASURABLE PRECIPITATION FELL ON 14 DAYS DURING THE
MONTH...WITH 2 DAYS RECORDING MORE THAN AN INCH...WHICH WERE THE 9TH
WITH 1.34 INCHES AND 19TH WITH 1.19 INCHES.


...LOOKING AHEAD TO MAY...

THE AVERAGE HIGH RISES FROM 64 DEGREES ON THE 1ST...TO 73 DEGREES ON
THE 31ST. THE AVERAGE LOW WARMS FROM 42 DEGREES ON THE 1ST...TO 52
DEGREES AT THE END OF THE MONTH. THE NORMAL MEAN TEMPERATURE FOR THE
MONTH IS 58.1 DEGREES. THE WARMEST MAY IN ROCHESTER OCCURRED IN 1934
WITH AN AVERAGE TEMPERATURE OF 66.2 DEGREES...WHILE THE COLDEST MAY
OCCURRED IN 1888 WITH AN AVERAGE OF ONLY 49.6 DEGREES.

AVERAGE PRECIPITATION FOR THE MONTH OF MAY IS 3.63 INCHES.  THE
WETTEST MAY OCCURRED IN 1982 WITH 8.41 INCHES OF PRECIPITATION...
WHILE THE DRIEST WAS IN 1934 WITH 0.40 OF AN INCH. TYPICALLY
ROCHESTER SEES 5 DAYS OF THUNDERSTORMS IN THE MONTH OF MAY.

$$



000
NOUS43 KLOT 011300
PNSLOT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHICAGO/ROMEOVILLE IL
800 AM CDT FRI MAY 1 2015

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

AT CHICAGO...THE AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE WAS 60.0 DEGREES WHICH IS
1.0 DEGREE BELOW NORMAL. THE AVERAGE LOW TEMPERATURE WAS 38.8
DEGREES WHICH NORMAL FOR THE MONTH. THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE
FOR THE MONTH WAS 49.4 DEGREES WHICH IS 0.5 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL.
DURING THE MONTH OF APRIL...2.87 INCHES OF PRECIPITATION WAS
RECORDED WHICH IS 0.51 INCHES BELOW NORMAL. A TRACE OF SNOW WAS
RECORDED DURING THE MONTH...WHICH IS 1.2 INCHES BELOW THE NORMAL
SNOWFALL FOR APRIL.

RECORDS FOR CHICAGO FOR THE MONTH OF APRIL 2015...

MONTHLY...
NONE

DAILY...
APRIL 24...TIED RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE OF 29 DEGREES.
           PREVIOUS RECORD WAS SET IN 1910.

******************************************************************

AT ROCKFORD...THE AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE WAS 63.7 DEGREES WHICH
IS 3.0 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. THE AVERAGE LOW TEMPERATURE WAS 38.2
DEGREES WHICH IS 0.1 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE
FOR THE MONTH WAS 51.0 DEGREES WHICH IS 1.6 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL.
DURING THE MONTH OF APRIL...3.12 INCHES OF PRECIPITATION WAS
RECORDED WHICH IS 0.23 INCHES BELOW NORMAL. A TRACE OF SNOW WAS
RECORDED DURING THE MONTH...WHICH IS 0.9 INCHES BELOW THE NORMAL
SNOWFALL FOR APRIL.

RECORDS FOR ROCKFORD FOR THE MONTH OF APRIL 2015...

MONTHLY...
NONE

DAILY...
APRIL 9...RECORD DAILY RAINFALL OF 2.24 INCHES.
          PREVIOUS RECORD WAS 1.10 INCHES SET IN 1943.

$$



000
NOUS43 KLOT 011300
PNSLOT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHICAGO/ROMEOVILLE IL
800 AM CDT FRI MAY 1 2015

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

AT CHICAGO...THE AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE WAS 60.0 DEGREES WHICH IS
1.0 DEGREE BELOW NORMAL. THE AVERAGE LOW TEMPERATURE WAS 38.8
DEGREES WHICH NORMAL FOR THE MONTH. THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE
FOR THE MONTH WAS 49.4 DEGREES WHICH IS 0.5 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL.
DURING THE MONTH OF APRIL...2.87 INCHES OF PRECIPITATION WAS
RECORDED WHICH IS 0.51 INCHES BELOW NORMAL. A TRACE OF SNOW WAS
RECORDED DURING THE MONTH...WHICH IS 1.2 INCHES BELOW THE NORMAL
SNOWFALL FOR APRIL.

RECORDS FOR CHICAGO FOR THE MONTH OF APRIL 2015...

MONTHLY...
NONE

DAILY...
APRIL 24...TIED RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE OF 29 DEGREES.
           PREVIOUS RECORD WAS SET IN 1910.

******************************************************************

AT ROCKFORD...THE AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE WAS 63.7 DEGREES WHICH
IS 3.0 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. THE AVERAGE LOW TEMPERATURE WAS 38.2
DEGREES WHICH IS 0.1 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE
FOR THE MONTH WAS 51.0 DEGREES WHICH IS 1.6 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL.
DURING THE MONTH OF APRIL...3.12 INCHES OF PRECIPITATION WAS
RECORDED WHICH IS 0.23 INCHES BELOW NORMAL. A TRACE OF SNOW WAS
RECORDED DURING THE MONTH...WHICH IS 0.9 INCHES BELOW THE NORMAL
SNOWFALL FOR APRIL.

RECORDS FOR ROCKFORD FOR THE MONTH OF APRIL 2015...

MONTHLY...
NONE

DAILY...
APRIL 9...RECORD DAILY RAINFALL OF 2.24 INCHES.
          PREVIOUS RECORD WAS 1.10 INCHES SET IN 1943.

$$



000
NOUS41 KWBC 011227
PNSWSH

Service Change Notice 15-27
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
828 AM EDT Fri May 1 2015

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

FROM:    David Novak
         Director, Weather Prediction Center

Subject: Termination of Legacy Hydrometeorological Prediction
         Center (HPC) Web Page Effective July 1, 2015

Effective Wednesday, July 1, 2015, the NWS Weather Prediction
Center (WPC) in College Park, MD, will discontinue the HPC legacy
web address in favor of the current WPC web address.

Legacy HPC web address:

  http://www.hpc.ncep.noaa.gov

WPC web address:

  http://www.wpc.ncep.noaa.gov

Prior to July 1, 2015, there will be a notice on the legacy HPC
web page redirecting users to the current WPC web page. After
July 1, the redirection notice will be removed and the legacy HPC
web page will no longer be available.

For more information, please contact

  David.Novak@noaa.gov
  301-683-1484

National Service Change Notices are online at:

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

$$


000
NOUS41 KWBC 011227
PNSWSH

Service Change Notice 15-27
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
828 AM EDT Fri May 1 2015

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

FROM:    David Novak
         Director, Weather Prediction Center

Subject: Termination of Legacy Hydrometeorological Prediction
         Center (HPC) Web Page Effective July 1, 2015

Effective Wednesday, July 1, 2015, the NWS Weather Prediction
Center (WPC) in College Park, MD, will discontinue the HPC legacy
web address in favor of the current WPC web address.

Legacy HPC web address:

  http://www.hpc.ncep.noaa.gov

WPC web address:

  http://www.wpc.ncep.noaa.gov

Prior to July 1, 2015, there will be a notice on the legacy HPC
web page redirecting users to the current WPC web page. After
July 1, the redirection notice will be removed and the legacy HPC
web page will no longer be available.

For more information, please contact

  David.Novak@noaa.gov
  301-683-1484

National Service Change Notices are online at:

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

$$


000
NOUS41 KWBC 011227
PNSWSH

Service Change Notice 15-27
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
828 AM EDT Fri May 1 2015

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

FROM:    David Novak
         Director, Weather Prediction Center

Subject: Termination of Legacy Hydrometeorological Prediction
         Center (HPC) Web Page Effective July 1, 2015

Effective Wednesday, July 1, 2015, the NWS Weather Prediction
Center (WPC) in College Park, MD, will discontinue the HPC legacy
web address in favor of the current WPC web address.

Legacy HPC web address:

  http://www.hpc.ncep.noaa.gov

WPC web address:

  http://www.wpc.ncep.noaa.gov

Prior to July 1, 2015, there will be a notice on the legacy HPC
web page redirecting users to the current WPC web page. After
July 1, the redirection notice will be removed and the legacy HPC
web page will no longer be available.

For more information, please contact

  David.Novak@noaa.gov
  301-683-1484

National Service Change Notices are online at:

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

$$


000
NOUS41 KWBC 011227
PNSWSH

Service Change Notice 15-27
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
828 AM EDT Fri May 1 2015

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

FROM:    David Novak
         Director, Weather Prediction Center

Subject: Termination of Legacy Hydrometeorological Prediction
         Center (HPC) Web Page Effective July 1, 2015

Effective Wednesday, July 1, 2015, the NWS Weather Prediction
Center (WPC) in College Park, MD, will discontinue the HPC legacy
web address in favor of the current WPC web address.

Legacy HPC web address:

  http://www.hpc.ncep.noaa.gov

WPC web address:

  http://www.wpc.ncep.noaa.gov

Prior to July 1, 2015, there will be a notice on the legacy HPC
web page redirecting users to the current WPC web page. After
July 1, the redirection notice will be removed and the legacy HPC
web page will no longer be available.

For more information, please contact

  David.Novak@noaa.gov
  301-683-1484

National Service Change Notices are online at:

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

$$


000
NOUS41 KWBC 011227
PNSWSH

Service Change Notice 15-27
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
828 AM EDT Fri May 1 2015

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

FROM:    David Novak
         Director, Weather Prediction Center

Subject: Termination of Legacy Hydrometeorological Prediction
         Center (HPC) Web Page Effective July 1, 2015

Effective Wednesday, July 1, 2015, the NWS Weather Prediction
Center (WPC) in College Park, MD, will discontinue the HPC legacy
web address in favor of the current WPC web address.

Legacy HPC web address:

  http://www.hpc.ncep.noaa.gov

WPC web address:

  http://www.wpc.ncep.noaa.gov

Prior to July 1, 2015, there will be a notice on the legacy HPC
web page redirecting users to the current WPC web page. After
July 1, the redirection notice will be removed and the legacy HPC
web page will no longer be available.

For more information, please contact

  David.Novak@noaa.gov
  301-683-1484

National Service Change Notices are online at:

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

$$


000
NOUS41 KWBC 011227
PNSWSH

Service Change Notice 15-27
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
828 AM EDT Fri May 1 2015

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

FROM:    David Novak
         Director, Weather Prediction Center

Subject: Termination of Legacy Hydrometeorological Prediction
         Center (HPC) Web Page Effective July 1, 2015

Effective Wednesday, July 1, 2015, the NWS Weather Prediction
Center (WPC) in College Park, MD, will discontinue the HPC legacy
web address in favor of the current WPC web address.

Legacy HPC web address:

  http://www.hpc.ncep.noaa.gov

WPC web address:

  http://www.wpc.ncep.noaa.gov

Prior to July 1, 2015, there will be a notice on the legacy HPC
web page redirecting users to the current WPC web page. After
July 1, the redirection notice will be removed and the legacy HPC
web page will no longer be available.

For more information, please contact

  David.Novak@noaa.gov
  301-683-1484

National Service Change Notices are online at:

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

$$


000
NOUS41 KWBC 011227
PNSWSH

Service Change Notice 15-27
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
828 AM EDT Fri May 1 2015

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

FROM:    David Novak
         Director, Weather Prediction Center

Subject: Termination of Legacy Hydrometeorological Prediction
         Center (HPC) Web Page Effective July 1, 2015

Effective Wednesday, July 1, 2015, the NWS Weather Prediction
Center (WPC) in College Park, MD, will discontinue the HPC legacy
web address in favor of the current WPC web address.

Legacy HPC web address:

  http://www.hpc.ncep.noaa.gov

WPC web address:

  http://www.wpc.ncep.noaa.gov

Prior to July 1, 2015, there will be a notice on the legacy HPC
web page redirecting users to the current WPC web page. After
July 1, the redirection notice will be removed and the legacy HPC
web page will no longer be available.

For more information, please contact

  David.Novak@noaa.gov
  301-683-1484

National Service Change Notices are online at:

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

$$


000
NOUS41 KWBC 011227
PNSWSH

Service Change Notice 15-27
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
828 AM EDT Fri May 1 2015

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

FROM:    David Novak
         Director, Weather Prediction Center

Subject: Termination of Legacy Hydrometeorological Prediction
         Center (HPC) Web Page Effective July 1, 2015

Effective Wednesday, July 1, 2015, the NWS Weather Prediction
Center (WPC) in College Park, MD, will discontinue the HPC legacy
web address in favor of the current WPC web address.

Legacy HPC web address:

  http://www.hpc.ncep.noaa.gov

WPC web address:

  http://www.wpc.ncep.noaa.gov

Prior to July 1, 2015, there will be a notice on the legacy HPC
web page redirecting users to the current WPC web page. After
July 1, the redirection notice will be removed and the legacy HPC
web page will no longer be available.

For more information, please contact

  David.Novak@noaa.gov
  301-683-1484

National Service Change Notices are online at:

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

$$


000
NOUS41 KWBC 011227
PNSWSH

Service Change Notice 15-27
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
828 AM EDT Fri May 1 2015

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

FROM:    David Novak
         Director, Weather Prediction Center

Subject: Termination of Legacy Hydrometeorological Prediction
         Center (HPC) Web Page Effective July 1, 2015

Effective Wednesday, July 1, 2015, the NWS Weather Prediction
Center (WPC) in College Park, MD, will discontinue the HPC legacy
web address in favor of the current WPC web address.

Legacy HPC web address:

  http://www.hpc.ncep.noaa.gov

WPC web address:

  http://www.wpc.ncep.noaa.gov

Prior to July 1, 2015, there will be a notice on the legacy HPC
web page redirecting users to the current WPC web page. After
July 1, the redirection notice will be removed and the legacy HPC
web page will no longer be available.

For more information, please contact

  David.Novak@noaa.gov
  301-683-1484

National Service Change Notices are online at:

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

$$


000
NOUS41 KWBC 011227
PNSWSH

Service Change Notice 15-27
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
828 AM EDT Fri May 1 2015

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

FROM:    David Novak
         Director, Weather Prediction Center

Subject: Termination of Legacy Hydrometeorological Prediction
         Center (HPC) Web Page Effective July 1, 2015

Effective Wednesday, July 1, 2015, the NWS Weather Prediction
Center (WPC) in College Park, MD, will discontinue the HPC legacy
web address in favor of the current WPC web address.

Legacy HPC web address:

  http://www.hpc.ncep.noaa.gov

WPC web address:

  http://www.wpc.ncep.noaa.gov

Prior to July 1, 2015, there will be a notice on the legacy HPC
web page redirecting users to the current WPC web page. After
July 1, the redirection notice will be removed and the legacy HPC
web page will no longer be available.

For more information, please contact

  David.Novak@noaa.gov
  301-683-1484

National Service Change Notices are online at:

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

$$


000
NOUS41 KWBC 011227
PNSWSH

Service Change Notice 15-27
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
828 AM EDT Fri May 1 2015

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

FROM:    David Novak
         Director, Weather Prediction Center

Subject: Termination of Legacy Hydrometeorological Prediction
         Center (HPC) Web Page Effective July 1, 2015

Effective Wednesday, July 1, 2015, the NWS Weather Prediction
Center (WPC) in College Park, MD, will discontinue the HPC legacy
web address in favor of the current WPC web address.

Legacy HPC web address:

  http://www.hpc.ncep.noaa.gov

WPC web address:

  http://www.wpc.ncep.noaa.gov

Prior to July 1, 2015, there will be a notice on the legacy HPC
web page redirecting users to the current WPC web page. After
July 1, the redirection notice will be removed and the legacy HPC
web page will no longer be available.

For more information, please contact

  David.Novak@noaa.gov
  301-683-1484

National Service Change Notices are online at:

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

$$


000
NOUS41 KWBC 011227
PNSWSH

Service Change Notice 15-27
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
828 AM EDT Fri May 1 2015

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

FROM:    David Novak
         Director, Weather Prediction Center

Subject: Termination of Legacy Hydrometeorological Prediction
         Center (HPC) Web Page Effective July 1, 2015

Effective Wednesday, July 1, 2015, the NWS Weather Prediction
Center (WPC) in College Park, MD, will discontinue the HPC legacy
web address in favor of the current WPC web address.

Legacy HPC web address:

  http://www.hpc.ncep.noaa.gov

WPC web address:

  http://www.wpc.ncep.noaa.gov

Prior to July 1, 2015, there will be a notice on the legacy HPC
web page redirecting users to the current WPC web page. After
July 1, the redirection notice will be removed and the legacy HPC
web page will no longer be available.

For more information, please contact

  David.Novak@noaa.gov
  301-683-1484

National Service Change Notices are online at:

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

$$


000
NOUS41 KWBC 011227
PNSWSH

Service Change Notice 15-27
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
828 AM EDT Fri May 1 2015

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

FROM:    David Novak
         Director, Weather Prediction Center

Subject: Termination of Legacy Hydrometeorological Prediction
         Center (HPC) Web Page Effective July 1, 2015

Effective Wednesday, July 1, 2015, the NWS Weather Prediction
Center (WPC) in College Park, MD, will discontinue the HPC legacy
web address in favor of the current WPC web address.

Legacy HPC web address:

  http://www.hpc.ncep.noaa.gov

WPC web address:

  http://www.wpc.ncep.noaa.gov

Prior to July 1, 2015, there will be a notice on the legacy HPC
web page redirecting users to the current WPC web page. After
July 1, the redirection notice will be removed and the legacy HPC
web page will no longer be available.

For more information, please contact

  David.Novak@noaa.gov
  301-683-1484

National Service Change Notices are online at:

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

$$


000
NOUS41 KWBC 011227
PNSWSH

Service Change Notice 15-27
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
828 AM EDT Fri May 1 2015

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

FROM:    David Novak
         Director, Weather Prediction Center

Subject: Termination of Legacy Hydrometeorological Prediction
         Center (HPC) Web Page Effective July 1, 2015

Effective Wednesday, July 1, 2015, the NWS Weather Prediction
Center (WPC) in College Park, MD, will discontinue the HPC legacy
web address in favor of the current WPC web address.

Legacy HPC web address:

  http://www.hpc.ncep.noaa.gov

WPC web address:

  http://www.wpc.ncep.noaa.gov

Prior to July 1, 2015, there will be a notice on the legacy HPC
web page redirecting users to the current WPC web page. After
July 1, the redirection notice will be removed and the legacy HPC
web page will no longer be available.

For more information, please contact

  David.Novak@noaa.gov
  301-683-1484

National Service Change Notices are online at:

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

$$


000
NOUS41 KWBC 011227
PNSWSH

Service Change Notice 15-27
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
828 AM EDT Fri May 1 2015

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

FROM:    David Novak
         Director, Weather Prediction Center

Subject: Termination of Legacy Hydrometeorological Prediction
         Center (HPC) Web Page Effective July 1, 2015

Effective Wednesday, July 1, 2015, the NWS Weather Prediction
Center (WPC) in College Park, MD, will discontinue the HPC legacy
web address in favor of the current WPC web address.

Legacy HPC web address:

  http://www.hpc.ncep.noaa.gov

WPC web address:

  http://www.wpc.ncep.noaa.gov

Prior to July 1, 2015, there will be a notice on the legacy HPC
web page redirecting users to the current WPC web page. After
July 1, the redirection notice will be removed and the legacy HPC
web page will no longer be available.

For more information, please contact

  David.Novak@noaa.gov
  301-683-1484

National Service Change Notices are online at:

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

$$


000
NOUS41 KWBC 011227
PNSWSH

Service Change Notice 15-27
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
828 AM EDT Fri May 1 2015

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

FROM:    David Novak
         Director, Weather Prediction Center

Subject: Termination of Legacy Hydrometeorological Prediction
         Center (HPC) Web Page Effective July 1, 2015

Effective Wednesday, July 1, 2015, the NWS Weather Prediction
Center (WPC) in College Park, MD, will discontinue the HPC legacy
web address in favor of the current WPC web address.

Legacy HPC web address:

  http://www.hpc.ncep.noaa.gov

WPC web address:

  http://www.wpc.ncep.noaa.gov

Prior to July 1, 2015, there will be a notice on the legacy HPC
web page redirecting users to the current WPC web page. After
July 1, the redirection notice will be removed and the legacy HPC
web page will no longer be available.

For more information, please contact

  David.Novak@noaa.gov
  301-683-1484

National Service Change Notices are online at:

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

$$


000
NOUS41 KWBC 011227
PNSWSH

Public Information Notice
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
828 AM EDT Fri May 1 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:  Child Vehicular Heatstroke Awareness and Prevention
          Safety Guidance for 2015

In 2014, there were 30 heatstroke deaths of children left
unattended in vehicles, the first 7 occurred in April and May.
Though this figure is down from 44 reported in 2013, much
awareness is still needed. A child died in March of this year
after being left in a hot car. To help prevent more tragedies
such as this from occurring, the NWS once again is asking the
media to spread the word about the dangers of leaving children or
pets unattended in vehicles.

Studies show the temperature inside a vehicle can rapidly rise to
lethal levels, even on a relatively mild spring day, with outside
temperature less than 70 degrees Fahrenheit.

Heatstroke is the leading cause of all non-crash-related vehicle
fatalities involving children 14 and younger, 61 percent. On
average, 37 children die each year from excessive heat as a
result of being left enclosed in parked vehicles. That`s almost
2 children per week from May to September. Most often it is as a
result of parents or caregivers being distracted.

The NWS offers the following safety precautions to help avoid
tragic deaths of babies and young children.

-Never leave a child unattended in a vehicle, not even for a
minute.

-If you see a child unattended in a vehicle, call 9-1-1.

-Routinely look in the back and front of your vehicle before
locking and leaving your vehicle.

-Always lock your car even at home and ensure children do not
have access to keys or remote entry devices. Teach your children
that vehicles are never to be used as a play area.

-Be sure that all occupants leave the vehicle when unloading,
including pets. Don`t overlook a sleeping baby.

-As a visual reminder, keep a stuffed animal in the car seat.
When the child is placed in the car seat, move the stuffed animal
to the front so the driver sees it.

-Place your purse or briefcase in the back seat as a reminder
that you have your child in the car.

-Ask your childcare provider to call you if your child does not
show up for childcare.

Help spread the word: Beat the Heat, Check the Backseat. For
free resources, go to:

  www.weather.gov/heatsafety

For more information, please contact:

  Jannie G. Ferrell
  jannie.g.ferrell@noaa.gov
  301-427-9356

Public Information Notices are online at:

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

$$


000
NOUS41 KWBC 011227
PNSWSH

Technical Implementation Notice 15-22
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
828 AM EDT Fri May 1 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:  Changes to NAM DNG and DGEX, including addition of
          Haines Index to NOAAPORT Effective June 2, 2015

Effective on or about Tuesday, June 2, 2015, beginning with the
1200 Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) run, the National Centers
for Environmental Prediction (NCEP) will make the following
modifications to the Downscaled Numerical Guidance (DNG) from the
NAM analysis and forecast system and from the downscaled GFS by
NAM extension (DGEX) forecast system:

- Correct the wind adjustment algorithm in regions where the
terrain height is below sea level: This change will correct
erroneously large adjusted wind speeds seen in NAM DNG in the
vicinity of the Salton Sea in California.
- Change the AWIPS Haines Index calculation to use the correct
dew-point depression and intercept and to ensure that it is a
whole number between 2 and 6 over land, as defined in the
original formulation of the index by Haines (1988, National
Weather Digest)
- Fix labeling problem. The NAM DNG and DGEX DNG GRIB2 files at
forecast hours not divisible by 12 also contain hourly
temperatures, for example, the hour 3 file contains hour 1 and 2
temperatures. This process is done for the calculation of the 12-
h maximum and minimum temperatures; however, the forecast hour
was mislabeled for these hourly temperatures, i.e., in the 3-hour
file, hour 2 was mislabeled as hour 1, and hour 1 was mislabeled
as hour 2. This has been fixed in this package.

In addition, the Haines Index parameters from the NAM DNG and
DGEX will be disseminated via NOAAPORT on this date.  The WMO
headers for the products are as follows:

NAM DNG CONUS 2.5 km (hours 00 - 60): tZIa98 KWBE
NAM DNG CONUS  5 km  (hours 63 - 84): tZOa98 KWBE
NAM DNG Alaska 3 km  (hours 00 - 60): tZKa98 KWBE
NAM DNG Alaska 6 km  (hours 63 - 84): tZAa98 KWBE
where
t = L for forecast hours 00,06,12,18,24,30,36,42,48,60,72,84
t = M for forecast hours 03,09,15,21,27,33,39,45,51,54,57,63,
    66,69,75,78,81

and

a = forecast hour, where A=00, B=03 or 06, C=12, D=18, E=09 or
    24, F=30, G=36, H=15 or 42, I=48, J=60, K=21 or 72, L=27 or
    84, M=54, N=66, O=33, P=39, Q=45, R=51, S=57, T=78, Z= 63,
    69, 75, 81

DGEX CONUS (hours 87 to 192, every 3 hours):  tZOa98 KWBD
DGEX Alaska(hours 87 to 192, every 3 hours):  tZAa98 KWBD,
where
t = Y for forecast hours 96, 108, 120, 132, 144, 156, 168, 180,
    192
t = Z for forecast hours 87, 90, 93, 99, 102, 105, 111, 114, 117,
    123, 126, 129, 135, 138, 141, 147, 150, 153, 159, 162, 165,
    171, 174, 177, 183, 186, 189

and

a = forecast hour, where M=96, N=108, O=120, P=132, Q=144, R=156,
    S=168, T=180, U=192, and all other hours between 87 and
    192 = Z

The NAM DNG and DGEX, including the Haines Index parameter, are
available today via the following URLs:

http://www.ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/data/nccf/com/nam/
ftp://ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/pub/data/nccf/com/nam/

A set of output files with the fixes above are provided at:

NAM DNG: http://www.ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/data1/haines_index/dng_nam
DGEX:    http://www.ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/data1/haines_index/dgex

Please ensure your decoders can handle changes in content order,
changes in the scaling factor component within the product
definition section (PDS) of the GRIB files, and volume changes.
These elements may change with future NCEP model implementations.
NCEP will make every attempt to alert users to these changes
before implementation.

For questions regarding these changes, please contact:

      Geoff DiMego
      NCEP/Mesoscale Modeling Branch
      College Park, MD
      301-683-3764
      Geoff.DiMego@noaa.gov

For questions regarding the dataflow aspects of these datasets,
please contact:

     Kelly Kempisty
     NCEP/NCO Dataflow Team
     College Park, MD
     301-683-0567
     ncep.pmb.dataflow@noaa.gov

NWS National Technical Implementation Notices are online at:

   http://www.nws.noaa.gov/os/notif.htm

$$


000
NOUS41 KWBC 011227
PNSWSH

Public Information Notice
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
828 AM EDT Fri May 1 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:  Child Vehicular Heatstroke Awareness and Prevention
          Safety Guidance for 2015

In 2014, there were 30 heatstroke deaths of children left
unattended in vehicles, the first 7 occurred in April and May.
Though this figure is down from 44 reported in 2013, much
awareness is still needed. A child died in March of this year
after being left in a hot car. To help prevent more tragedies
such as this from occurring, the NWS once again is asking the
media to spread the word about the dangers of leaving children or
pets unattended in vehicles.

Studies show the temperature inside a vehicle can rapidly rise to
lethal levels, even on a relatively mild spring day, with outside
temperature less than 70 degrees Fahrenheit.

Heatstroke is the leading cause of all non-crash-related vehicle
fatalities involving children 14 and younger, 61 percent. On
average, 37 children die each year from excessive heat as a
result of being left enclosed in parked vehicles. That`s almost
2 children per week from May to September. Most often it is as a
result of parents or caregivers being distracted.

The NWS offers the following safety precautions to help avoid
tragic deaths of babies and young children.

-Never leave a child unattended in a vehicle, not even for a
minute.

-If you see a child unattended in a vehicle, call 9-1-1.

-Routinely look in the back and front of your vehicle before
locking and leaving your vehicle.

-Always lock your car even at home and ensure children do not
have access to keys or remote entry devices. Teach your children
that vehicles are never to be used as a play area.

-Be sure that all occupants leave the vehicle when unloading,
including pets. Don`t overlook a sleeping baby.

-As a visual reminder, keep a stuffed animal in the car seat.
When the child is placed in the car seat, move the stuffed animal
to the front so the driver sees it.

-Place your purse or briefcase in the back seat as a reminder
that you have your child in the car.

-Ask your childcare provider to call you if your child does not
show up for childcare.

Help spread the word: Beat the Heat, Check the Backseat. For
free resources, go to:

  www.weather.gov/heatsafety

For more information, please contact:

  Jannie G. Ferrell
  jannie.g.ferrell@noaa.gov
  301-427-9356

Public Information Notices are online at:

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

$$


000
NOUS41 KWBC 011227
PNSWSH

Technical Implementation Notice 15-22
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
828 AM EDT Fri May 1 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:  Changes to NAM DNG and DGEX, including addition of
          Haines Index to NOAAPORT Effective June 2, 2015

Effective on or about Tuesday, June 2, 2015, beginning with the
1200 Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) run, the National Centers
for Environmental Prediction (NCEP) will make the following
modifications to the Downscaled Numerical Guidance (DNG) from the
NAM analysis and forecast system and from the downscaled GFS by
NAM extension (DGEX) forecast system:

- Correct the wind adjustment algorithm in regions where the
terrain height is below sea level: This change will correct
erroneously large adjusted wind speeds seen in NAM DNG in the
vicinity of the Salton Sea in California.
- Change the AWIPS Haines Index calculation to use the correct
dew-point depression and intercept and to ensure that it is a
whole number between 2 and 6 over land, as defined in the
original formulation of the index by Haines (1988, National
Weather Digest)
- Fix labeling problem. The NAM DNG and DGEX DNG GRIB2 files at
forecast hours not divisible by 12 also contain hourly
temperatures, for example, the hour 3 file contains hour 1 and 2
temperatures. This process is done for the calculation of the 12-
h maximum and minimum temperatures; however, the forecast hour
was mislabeled for these hourly temperatures, i.e., in the 3-hour
file, hour 2 was mislabeled as hour 1, and hour 1 was mislabeled
as hour 2. This has been fixed in this package.

In addition, the Haines Index parameters from the NAM DNG and
DGEX will be disseminated via NOAAPORT on this date.  The WMO
headers for the products are as follows:

NAM DNG CONUS 2.5 km (hours 00 - 60): tZIa98 KWBE
NAM DNG CONUS  5 km  (hours 63 - 84): tZOa98 KWBE
NAM DNG Alaska 3 km  (hours 00 - 60): tZKa98 KWBE
NAM DNG Alaska 6 km  (hours 63 - 84): tZAa98 KWBE
where
t = L for forecast hours 00,06,12,18,24,30,36,42,48,60,72,84
t = M for forecast hours 03,09,15,21,27,33,39,45,51,54,57,63,
    66,69,75,78,81

and

a = forecast hour, where A=00, B=03 or 06, C=12, D=18, E=09 or
    24, F=30, G=36, H=15 or 42, I=48, J=60, K=21 or 72, L=27 or
    84, M=54, N=66, O=33, P=39, Q=45, R=51, S=57, T=78, Z= 63,
    69, 75, 81

DGEX CONUS (hours 87 to 192, every 3 hours):  tZOa98 KWBD
DGEX Alaska(hours 87 to 192, every 3 hours):  tZAa98 KWBD,
where
t = Y for forecast hours 96, 108, 120, 132, 144, 156, 168, 180,
    192
t = Z for forecast hours 87, 90, 93, 99, 102, 105, 111, 114, 117,
    123, 126, 129, 135, 138, 141, 147, 150, 153, 159, 162, 165,
    171, 174, 177, 183, 186, 189

and

a = forecast hour, where M=96, N=108, O=120, P=132, Q=144, R=156,
    S=168, T=180, U=192, and all other hours between 87 and
    192 = Z

The NAM DNG and DGEX, including the Haines Index parameter, are
available today via the following URLs:

http://www.ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/data/nccf/com/nam/
ftp://ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/pub/data/nccf/com/nam/

A set of output files with the fixes above are provided at:

NAM DNG: http://www.ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/data1/haines_index/dng_nam
DGEX:    http://www.ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/data1/haines_index/dgex

Please ensure your decoders can handle changes in content order,
changes in the scaling factor component within the product
definition section (PDS) of the GRIB files, and volume changes.
These elements may change with future NCEP model implementations.
NCEP will make every attempt to alert users to these changes
before implementation.

For questions regarding these changes, please contact:

      Geoff DiMego
      NCEP/Mesoscale Modeling Branch
      College Park, MD
      301-683-3764
      Geoff.DiMego@noaa.gov

For questions regarding the dataflow aspects of these datasets,
please contact:

     Kelly Kempisty
     NCEP/NCO Dataflow Team
     College Park, MD
     301-683-0567
     ncep.pmb.dataflow@noaa.gov

NWS National Technical Implementation Notices are online at:

   http://www.nws.noaa.gov/os/notif.htm

$$


000
NOUS41 KWBC 011227
PNSWSH

Technical Implementation Notice 15-22
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
828 AM EDT Fri May 1 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:  Changes to NAM DNG and DGEX, including addition of
          Haines Index to NOAAPORT Effective June 2, 2015

Effective on or about Tuesday, June 2, 2015, beginning with the
1200 Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) run, the National Centers
for Environmental Prediction (NCEP) will make the following
modifications to the Downscaled Numerical Guidance (DNG) from the
NAM analysis and forecast system and from the downscaled GFS by
NAM extension (DGEX) forecast system:

- Correct the wind adjustment algorithm in regions where the
terrain height is below sea level: This change will correct
erroneously large adjusted wind speeds seen in NAM DNG in the
vicinity of the Salton Sea in California.
- Change the AWIPS Haines Index calculation to use the correct
dew-point depression and intercept and to ensure that it is a
whole number between 2 and 6 over land, as defined in the
original formulation of the index by Haines (1988, National
Weather Digest)
- Fix labeling problem. The NAM DNG and DGEX DNG GRIB2 files at
forecast hours not divisible by 12 also contain hourly
temperatures, for example, the hour 3 file contains hour 1 and 2
temperatures. This process is done for the calculation of the 12-
h maximum and minimum temperatures; however, the forecast hour
was mislabeled for these hourly temperatures, i.e., in the 3-hour
file, hour 2 was mislabeled as hour 1, and hour 1 was mislabeled
as hour 2. This has been fixed in this package.

In addition, the Haines Index parameters from the NAM DNG and
DGEX will be disseminated via NOAAPORT on this date.  The WMO
headers for the products are as follows:

NAM DNG CONUS 2.5 km (hours 00 - 60): tZIa98 KWBE
NAM DNG CONUS  5 km  (hours 63 - 84): tZOa98 KWBE
NAM DNG Alaska 3 km  (hours 00 - 60): tZKa98 KWBE
NAM DNG Alaska 6 km  (hours 63 - 84): tZAa98 KWBE
where
t = L for forecast hours 00,06,12,18,24,30,36,42,48,60,72,84
t = M for forecast hours 03,09,15,21,27,33,39,45,51,54,57,63,
    66,69,75,78,81

and

a = forecast hour, where A=00, B=03 or 06, C=12, D=18, E=09 or
    24, F=30, G=36, H=15 or 42, I=48, J=60, K=21 or 72, L=27 or
    84, M=54, N=66, O=33, P=39, Q=45, R=51, S=57, T=78, Z= 63,
    69, 75, 81

DGEX CONUS (hours 87 to 192, every 3 hours):  tZOa98 KWBD
DGEX Alaska(hours 87 to 192, every 3 hours):  tZAa98 KWBD,
where
t = Y for forecast hours 96, 108, 120, 132, 144, 156, 168, 180,
    192
t = Z for forecast hours 87, 90, 93, 99, 102, 105, 111, 114, 117,
    123, 126, 129, 135, 138, 141, 147, 150, 153, 159, 162, 165,
    171, 174, 177, 183, 186, 189

and

a = forecast hour, where M=96, N=108, O=120, P=132, Q=144, R=156,
    S=168, T=180, U=192, and all other hours between 87 and
    192 = Z

The NAM DNG and DGEX, including the Haines Index parameter, are
available today via the following URLs:

http://www.ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/data/nccf/com/nam/
ftp://ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/pub/data/nccf/com/nam/

A set of output files with the fixes above are provided at:

NAM DNG: http://www.ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/data1/haines_index/dng_nam
DGEX:    http://www.ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/data1/haines_index/dgex

Please ensure your decoders can handle changes in content order,
changes in the scaling factor component within the product
definition section (PDS) of the GRIB files, and volume changes.
These elements may change with future NCEP model implementations.
NCEP will make every attempt to alert users to these changes
before implementation.

For questions regarding these changes, please contact:

      Geoff DiMego
      NCEP/Mesoscale Modeling Branch
      College Park, MD
      301-683-3764
      Geoff.DiMego@noaa.gov

For questions regarding the dataflow aspects of these datasets,
please contact:

     Kelly Kempisty
     NCEP/NCO Dataflow Team
     College Park, MD
     301-683-0567
     ncep.pmb.dataflow@noaa.gov

NWS National Technical Implementation Notices are online at:

   http://www.nws.noaa.gov/os/notif.htm

$$


000
NOUS41 KWBC 011227
PNSWSH

Technical Implementation Notice 15-22
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
828 AM EDT Fri May 1 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:  Changes to NAM DNG and DGEX, including addition of
          Haines Index to NOAAPORT Effective June 2, 2015

Effective on or about Tuesday, June 2, 2015, beginning with the
1200 Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) run, the National Centers
for Environmental Prediction (NCEP) will make the following
modifications to the Downscaled Numerical Guidance (DNG) from the
NAM analysis and forecast system and from the downscaled GFS by
NAM extension (DGEX) forecast system:

- Correct the wind adjustment algorithm in regions where the
terrain height is below sea level: This change will correct
erroneously large adjusted wind speeds seen in NAM DNG in the
vicinity of the Salton Sea in California.
- Change the AWIPS Haines Index calculation to use the correct
dew-point depression and intercept and to ensure that it is a
whole number between 2 and 6 over land, as defined in the
original formulation of the index by Haines (1988, National
Weather Digest)
- Fix labeling problem. The NAM DNG and DGEX DNG GRIB2 files at
forecast hours not divisible by 12 also contain hourly
temperatures, for example, the hour 3 file contains hour 1 and 2
temperatures. This process is done for the calculation of the 12-
h maximum and minimum temperatures; however, the forecast hour
was mislabeled for these hourly temperatures, i.e., in the 3-hour
file, hour 2 was mislabeled as hour 1, and hour 1 was mislabeled
as hour 2. This has been fixed in this package.

In addition, the Haines Index parameters from the NAM DNG and
DGEX will be disseminated via NOAAPORT on this date.  The WMO
headers for the products are as follows:

NAM DNG CONUS 2.5 km (hours 00 - 60): tZIa98 KWBE
NAM DNG CONUS  5 km  (hours 63 - 84): tZOa98 KWBE
NAM DNG Alaska 3 km  (hours 00 - 60): tZKa98 KWBE
NAM DNG Alaska 6 km  (hours 63 - 84): tZAa98 KWBE
where
t = L for forecast hours 00,06,12,18,24,30,36,42,48,60,72,84
t = M for forecast hours 03,09,15,21,27,33,39,45,51,54,57,63,
    66,69,75,78,81

and

a = forecast hour, where A=00, B=03 or 06, C=12, D=18, E=09 or
    24, F=30, G=36, H=15 or 42, I=48, J=60, K=21 or 72, L=27 or
    84, M=54, N=66, O=33, P=39, Q=45, R=51, S=57, T=78, Z= 63,
    69, 75, 81

DGEX CONUS (hours 87 to 192, every 3 hours):  tZOa98 KWBD
DGEX Alaska(hours 87 to 192, every 3 hours):  tZAa98 KWBD,
where
t = Y for forecast hours 96, 108, 120, 132, 144, 156, 168, 180,
    192
t = Z for forecast hours 87, 90, 93, 99, 102, 105, 111, 114, 117,
    123, 126, 129, 135, 138, 141, 147, 150, 153, 159, 162, 165,
    171, 174, 177, 183, 186, 189

and

a = forecast hour, where M=96, N=108, O=120, P=132, Q=144, R=156,
    S=168, T=180, U=192, and all other hours between 87 and
    192 = Z

The NAM DNG and DGEX, including the Haines Index parameter, are
available today via the following URLs:

http://www.ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/data/nccf/com/nam/
ftp://ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/pub/data/nccf/com/nam/

A set of output files with the fixes above are provided at:

NAM DNG: http://www.ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/data1/haines_index/dng_nam
DGEX:    http://www.ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/data1/haines_index/dgex

Please ensure your decoders can handle changes in content order,
changes in the scaling factor component within the product
definition section (PDS) of the GRIB files, and volume changes.
These elements may change with future NCEP model implementations.
NCEP will make every attempt to alert users to these changes
before implementation.

For questions regarding these changes, please contact:

      Geoff DiMego
      NCEP/Mesoscale Modeling Branch
      College Park, MD
      301-683-3764
      Geoff.DiMego@noaa.gov

For questions regarding the dataflow aspects of these datasets,
please contact:

     Kelly Kempisty
     NCEP/NCO Dataflow Team
     College Park, MD
     301-683-0567
     ncep.pmb.dataflow@noaa.gov

NWS National Technical Implementation Notices are online at:

   http://www.nws.noaa.gov/os/notif.htm

$$


000
NOUS41 KWBC 011227
PNSWSH

Technical Implementation Notice 15-22
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
828 AM EDT Fri May 1 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:  Changes to NAM DNG and DGEX, including addition of
          Haines Index to NOAAPORT Effective June 2, 2015

Effective on or about Tuesday, June 2, 2015, beginning with the
1200 Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) run, the National Centers
for Environmental Prediction (NCEP) will make the following
modifications to the Downscaled Numerical Guidance (DNG) from the
NAM analysis and forecast system and from the downscaled GFS by
NAM extension (DGEX) forecast system:

- Correct the wind adjustment algorithm in regions where the
terrain height is below sea level: This change will correct
erroneously large adjusted wind speeds seen in NAM DNG in the
vicinity of the Salton Sea in California.
- Change the AWIPS Haines Index calculation to use the correct
dew-point depression and intercept and to ensure that it is a
whole number between 2 and 6 over land, as defined in the
original formulation of the index by Haines (1988, National
Weather Digest)
- Fix labeling problem. The NAM DNG and DGEX DNG GRIB2 files at
forecast hours not divisible by 12 also contain hourly
temperatures, for example, the hour 3 file contains hour 1 and 2
temperatures. This process is done for the calculation of the 12-
h maximum and minimum temperatures; however, the forecast hour
was mislabeled for these hourly temperatures, i.e., in the 3-hour
file, hour 2 was mislabeled as hour 1, and hour 1 was mislabeled
as hour 2. This has been fixed in this package.

In addition, the Haines Index parameters from the NAM DNG and
DGEX will be disseminated via NOAAPORT on this date.  The WMO
headers for the products are as follows:

NAM DNG CONUS 2.5 km (hours 00 - 60): tZIa98 KWBE
NAM DNG CONUS  5 km  (hours 63 - 84): tZOa98 KWBE
NAM DNG Alaska 3 km  (hours 00 - 60): tZKa98 KWBE
NAM DNG Alaska 6 km  (hours 63 - 84): tZAa98 KWBE
where
t = L for forecast hours 00,06,12,18,24,30,36,42,48,60,72,84
t = M for forecast hours 03,09,15,21,27,33,39,45,51,54,57,63,
    66,69,75,78,81

and

a = forecast hour, where A=00, B=03 or 06, C=12, D=18, E=09 or
    24, F=30, G=36, H=15 or 42, I=48, J=60, K=21 or 72, L=27 or
    84, M=54, N=66, O=33, P=39, Q=45, R=51, S=57, T=78, Z= 63,
    69, 75, 81

DGEX CONUS (hours 87 to 192, every 3 hours):  tZOa98 KWBD
DGEX Alaska(hours 87 to 192, every 3 hours):  tZAa98 KWBD,
where
t = Y for forecast hours 96, 108, 120, 132, 144, 156, 168, 180,
    192
t = Z for forecast hours 87, 90, 93, 99, 102, 105, 111, 114, 117,
    123, 126, 129, 135, 138, 141, 147, 150, 153, 159, 162, 165,
    171, 174, 177, 183, 186, 189

and

a = forecast hour, where M=96, N=108, O=120, P=132, Q=144, R=156,
    S=168, T=180, U=192, and all other hours between 87 and
    192 = Z

The NAM DNG and DGEX, including the Haines Index parameter, are
available today via the following URLs:

http://www.ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/data/nccf/com/nam/
ftp://ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/pub/data/nccf/com/nam/

A set of output files with the fixes above are provided at:

NAM DNG: http://www.ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/data1/haines_index/dng_nam
DGEX:    http://www.ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/data1/haines_index/dgex

Please ensure your decoders can handle changes in content order,
changes in the scaling factor component within the product
definition section (PDS) of the GRIB files, and volume changes.
These elements may change with future NCEP model implementations.
NCEP will make every attempt to alert users to these changes
before implementation.

For questions regarding these changes, please contact:

      Geoff DiMego
      NCEP/Mesoscale Modeling Branch
      College Park, MD
      301-683-3764
      Geoff.DiMego@noaa.gov

For questions regarding the dataflow aspects of these datasets,
please contact:

     Kelly Kempisty
     NCEP/NCO Dataflow Team
     College Park, MD
     301-683-0567
     ncep.pmb.dataflow@noaa.gov

NWS National Technical Implementation Notices are online at:

   http://www.nws.noaa.gov/os/notif.htm

$$


000
NOUS41 KWBC 011227
PNSWSH

Technical Implementation Notice 15-22
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
828 AM EDT Fri May 1 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:  Changes to NAM DNG and DGEX, including addition of
          Haines Index to NOAAPORT Effective June 2, 2015

Effective on or about Tuesday, June 2, 2015, beginning with the
1200 Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) run, the National Centers
for Environmental Prediction (NCEP) will make the following
modifications to the Downscaled Numerical Guidance (DNG) from the
NAM analysis and forecast system and from the downscaled GFS by
NAM extension (DGEX) forecast system:

- Correct the wind adjustment algorithm in regions where the
terrain height is below sea level: This change will correct
erroneously large adjusted wind speeds seen in NAM DNG in the
vicinity of the Salton Sea in California.
- Change the AWIPS Haines Index calculation to use the correct
dew-point depression and intercept and to ensure that it is a
whole number between 2 and 6 over land, as defined in the
original formulation of the index by Haines (1988, National
Weather Digest)
- Fix labeling problem. The NAM DNG and DGEX DNG GRIB2 files at
forecast hours not divisible by 12 also contain hourly
temperatures, for example, the hour 3 file contains hour 1 and 2
temperatures. This process is done for the calculation of the 12-
h maximum and minimum temperatures; however, the forecast hour
was mislabeled for these hourly temperatures, i.e., in the 3-hour
file, hour 2 was mislabeled as hour 1, and hour 1 was mislabeled
as hour 2. This has been fixed in this package.

In addition, the Haines Index parameters from the NAM DNG and
DGEX will be disseminated via NOAAPORT on this date.  The WMO
headers for the products are as follows:

NAM DNG CONUS 2.5 km (hours 00 - 60): tZIa98 KWBE
NAM DNG CONUS  5 km  (hours 63 - 84): tZOa98 KWBE
NAM DNG Alaska 3 km  (hours 00 - 60): tZKa98 KWBE
NAM DNG Alaska 6 km  (hours 63 - 84): tZAa98 KWBE
where
t = L for forecast hours 00,06,12,18,24,30,36,42,48,60,72,84
t = M for forecast hours 03,09,15,21,27,33,39,45,51,54,57,63,
    66,69,75,78,81

and

a = forecast hour, where A=00, B=03 or 06, C=12, D=18, E=09 or
    24, F=30, G=36, H=15 or 42, I=48, J=60, K=21 or 72, L=27 or
    84, M=54, N=66, O=33, P=39, Q=45, R=51, S=57, T=78, Z= 63,
    69, 75, 81

DGEX CONUS (hours 87 to 192, every 3 hours):  tZOa98 KWBD
DGEX Alaska(hours 87 to 192, every 3 hours):  tZAa98 KWBD,
where
t = Y for forecast hours 96, 108, 120, 132, 144, 156, 168, 180,
    192
t = Z for forecast hours 87, 90, 93, 99, 102, 105, 111, 114, 117,
    123, 126, 129, 135, 138, 141, 147, 150, 153, 159, 162, 165,
    171, 174, 177, 183, 186, 189

and

a = forecast hour, where M=96, N=108, O=120, P=132, Q=144, R=156,
    S=168, T=180, U=192, and all other hours between 87 and
    192 = Z

The NAM DNG and DGEX, including the Haines Index parameter, are
available today via the following URLs:

http://www.ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/data/nccf/com/nam/
ftp://ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/pub/data/nccf/com/nam/

A set of output files with the fixes above are provided at:

NAM DNG: http://www.ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/data1/haines_index/dng_nam
DGEX:    http://www.ftp.ncep.noaa.gov/data1/haines_index/dgex

Please ensure your decoders can handle changes in content order,
changes in the scaling factor component within the product
definition section (PDS) of the GRIB files, and volume changes.
These elements may change with future NCEP model implementations.
NCEP will make every attempt to alert users to these changes
before implementation.

For questions regarding these changes, please contact:

      Geoff DiMego
      NCEP/Mesoscale Modeling Branch
      College Park, MD
      301-683-3764
      Geoff.DiMego@noaa.gov

For questions regarding the dataflow aspects of these datasets,
please contact:

     Kelly Kempisty
     NCEP/NCO Dataflow Team
     College Park, MD
     301-683-0567
     ncep.pmb.dataflow@noaa.gov

NWS National Technical Implementation Notices are online at:

   http://www.nws.noaa.gov/os/notif.htm

$$



000
NOUS41 KALY 011201
PNSALY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBANY NY
800 AM EDT FRI MAY 1 2015

...SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK CONTINUES...

APRIL 26 TO MAY 2 IS SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK IN NEW
YORK...VERMONT...CONNECTICUT...AND MASSACHUSETTS. ALL
RESIDENTS ARE URGED TO BE WEATHER READY BY PROTECTING
THEMSELVES FROM THE HAZARDS OF FLOODING...TORNADOES...AND
SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS.

TODAY THE FOCUS IS ON FLASH FLOODING.

FLASH FLOODING IS A RAPID RISE...TYPICALLY WITHIN SIX HOURS...OF
WATER ALONG A STREAM OR LOW LYING URBAN AREA. DURING THE
SUMMER...THE MOST COMMON CAUSE OF FLASH FLOODING IS DOWNPOURS
ASSOCIATED WITH THUNDERSTORMS. HOWEVER...FLASH FLOODING CAN ALSO
RESULT FROM DAM BREAKS AND HEAVY RAIN FROM TROPICAL STORMS. FLASH
FLOODING IS MEANT TO IMPLY THE THREAT IS URGENT.

EASTERN NEW YORK AND WESTERN NEW ENGLAND ARE PARTICULARLY
SUSCEPTIBLE TO FLASH FLOODING BECAUSE OF TOPOGRAPHY. HEAVY RAIN
FALLING ON STEEP TERRAIN CREATES AN IDEAL SITUATION FOR FLASH
FLOODING. FLASH FLOODING PRESENTS A THREAT TO THE URBAN MOTORIST
AS WELL. UNDERPASSES CAN FILL RAPIDLY WITH WATER. DRIVING INTO A
FLOODED UNDERPASS CAN QUICKLY PUT YOU IN FIVE OR SIX FEET OF
WATER. IN 2011...TROPICAL STORM IRENE AND THE REMNANTS OF TROPICAL
STORM LEE BROUGHT WIDESPREAD FLASH FLOODING TO THE REGION.

FLASH FLOODING CAN BE DEADLY. NEVER UNDERESTIMATE THE POWER OF
WATER. HALF OF ALL FLASH FLOOD RELATED DEATHS OCCUR IN AUTOMOBILES.
TWO FEET OF FLOWING WATER WILL CAUSE MOST CARS TO FLOAT. FLOODING
HAZARDS ARE INCREASED AT NIGHT WHEN VISIBILITY IS REDUCED. THE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE URGES YOU TO RESPECT ALL BARRIERS THAT
WARN OF FLOODED ROADS. TURN AROUND...DONT DROWN.

THOSE WITH INTERESTS ALONG RIVERS...CREEKS AND STREAMS SHOULD
REMAIN ALERT FOR FLASH FLOODING. CAMPERS ARE PARTICULARLY AT RISK.
A NORMALLY PLACID STREAM CAN SWELL TO A 10 FOOT DEEP RAGING RIVER
IN LESS THAN AN HOUR IF THUNDERSTORM DOWNPOURS INUNDATE AN AREA.
REMEMBER...SIX INCHES OF FLOWING WATER IS OFTEN ENOUGH TO KNOCK A
PERSON OFF THEIR FEET. WHEN OUTDOORS...KEEP ALERT FOR...MUDDY
RAPIDLY RISING STREAMS...OR A LOUD ROARING SOUND UPSTREAM. IF
OBSERVED...HEAD FOR HIGHER GROUND IMEDIATELY.

NOAA WEATHER RADIO OFFERS ONE WAY TO RECEIVE IMMEDIATE RELAY OF
SEVERE WEATHER WARNINGS. MANY LOCAL TELEVISION AND RADIO STATIONS
ALSO BROADCAST WEATHER ALERTS. COMPUTERS AND WIRELESS DEVICES CAN
ALSO RECEIVE WARNINGS. THE RED CROSS...MANY STATE EMERGENCY
MANAGEMENT AGENCIES AND PRIVATE VENDORS HAVE WIRELESS APPLICATIONS
THAT WILL ALERT YOU OF SEVERE WEATHER BY RELAYING NATIONAL
WEATHER SERVICE WARNINGS.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK...GO TO OUR
WEB SITE WWW.WEATHER.GOV. THEN CLICK ON EASTERN NEW YORK OR
WESTERN NEW ENGLAND. FINALLY...SELECT OUR SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS
LINK.

TOMORROW WE CONCLUDE SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK WITH A LOOK
BACK AT THE KEY POINTS CONCERNING SEVERE WEATHER.

$$

DIRIENZO



000
NOUS41 KALY 011201
PNSALY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBANY NY
800 AM EDT FRI MAY 1 2015

...SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK CONTINUES...

APRIL 26 TO MAY 2 IS SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK IN NEW
YORK...VERMONT...CONNECTICUT...AND MASSACHUSETTS. ALL
RESIDENTS ARE URGED TO BE WEATHER READY BY PROTECTING
THEMSELVES FROM THE HAZARDS OF FLOODING...TORNADOES...AND
SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS.

TODAY THE FOCUS IS ON FLASH FLOODING.

FLASH FLOODING IS A RAPID RISE...TYPICALLY WITHIN SIX HOURS...OF
WATER ALONG A STREAM OR LOW LYING URBAN AREA. DURING THE
SUMMER...THE MOST COMMON CAUSE OF FLASH FLOODING IS DOWNPOURS
ASSOCIATED WITH THUNDERSTORMS. HOWEVER...FLASH FLOODING CAN ALSO
RESULT FROM DAM BREAKS AND HEAVY RAIN FROM TROPICAL STORMS. FLASH
FLOODING IS MEANT TO IMPLY THE THREAT IS URGENT.

EASTERN NEW YORK AND WESTERN NEW ENGLAND ARE PARTICULARLY
SUSCEPTIBLE TO FLASH FLOODING BECAUSE OF TOPOGRAPHY. HEAVY RAIN
FALLING ON STEEP TERRAIN CREATES AN IDEAL SITUATION FOR FLASH
FLOODING. FLASH FLOODING PRESENTS A THREAT TO THE URBAN MOTORIST
AS WELL. UNDERPASSES CAN FILL RAPIDLY WITH WATER. DRIVING INTO A
FLOODED UNDERPASS CAN QUICKLY PUT YOU IN FIVE OR SIX FEET OF
WATER. IN 2011...TROPICAL STORM IRENE AND THE REMNANTS OF TROPICAL
STORM LEE BROUGHT WIDESPREAD FLASH FLOODING TO THE REGION.

FLASH FLOODING CAN BE DEADLY. NEVER UNDERESTIMATE THE POWER OF
WATER. HALF OF ALL FLASH FLOOD RELATED DEATHS OCCUR IN AUTOMOBILES.
TWO FEET OF FLOWING WATER WILL CAUSE MOST CARS TO FLOAT. FLOODING
HAZARDS ARE INCREASED AT NIGHT WHEN VISIBILITY IS REDUCED. THE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE URGES YOU TO RESPECT ALL BARRIERS THAT
WARN OF FLOODED ROADS. TURN AROUND...DONT DROWN.

THOSE WITH INTERESTS ALONG RIVERS...CREEKS AND STREAMS SHOULD
REMAIN ALERT FOR FLASH FLOODING. CAMPERS ARE PARTICULARLY AT RISK.
A NORMALLY PLACID STREAM CAN SWELL TO A 10 FOOT DEEP RAGING RIVER
IN LESS THAN AN HOUR IF THUNDERSTORM DOWNPOURS INUNDATE AN AREA.
REMEMBER...SIX INCHES OF FLOWING WATER IS OFTEN ENOUGH TO KNOCK A
PERSON OFF THEIR FEET. WHEN OUTDOORS...KEEP ALERT FOR...MUDDY
RAPIDLY RISING STREAMS...OR A LOUD ROARING SOUND UPSTREAM. IF
OBSERVED...HEAD FOR HIGHER GROUND IMEDIATELY.

NOAA WEATHER RADIO OFFERS ONE WAY TO RECEIVE IMMEDIATE RELAY OF
SEVERE WEATHER WARNINGS. MANY LOCAL TELEVISION AND RADIO STATIONS
ALSO BROADCAST WEATHER ALERTS. COMPUTERS AND WIRELESS DEVICES CAN
ALSO RECEIVE WARNINGS. THE RED CROSS...MANY STATE EMERGENCY
MANAGEMENT AGENCIES AND PRIVATE VENDORS HAVE WIRELESS APPLICATIONS
THAT WILL ALERT YOU OF SEVERE WEATHER BY RELAYING NATIONAL
WEATHER SERVICE WARNINGS.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK...GO TO OUR
WEB SITE WWW.WEATHER.GOV. THEN CLICK ON EASTERN NEW YORK OR
WESTERN NEW ENGLAND. FINALLY...SELECT OUR SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS
LINK.

TOMORROW WE CONCLUDE SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK WITH A LOOK
BACK AT THE KEY POINTS CONCERNING SEVERE WEATHER.

$$

DIRIENZO



000
NOUS41 KALY 011201
PNSALY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBANY NY
800 AM EDT FRI MAY 1 2015

...SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK CONTINUES...

APRIL 26 TO MAY 2 IS SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK IN NEW
YORK...VERMONT...CONNECTICUT...AND MASSACHUSETTS. ALL
RESIDENTS ARE URGED TO BE WEATHER READY BY PROTECTING
THEMSELVES FROM THE HAZARDS OF FLOODING...TORNADOES...AND
SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS.

TODAY THE FOCUS IS ON FLASH FLOODING.

FLASH FLOODING IS A RAPID RISE...TYPICALLY WITHIN SIX HOURS...OF
WATER ALONG A STREAM OR LOW LYING URBAN AREA. DURING THE
SUMMER...THE MOST COMMON CAUSE OF FLASH FLOODING IS DOWNPOURS
ASSOCIATED WITH THUNDERSTORMS. HOWEVER...FLASH FLOODING CAN ALSO
RESULT FROM DAM BREAKS AND HEAVY RAIN FROM TROPICAL STORMS. FLASH
FLOODING IS MEANT TO IMPLY THE THREAT IS URGENT.

EASTERN NEW YORK AND WESTERN NEW ENGLAND ARE PARTICULARLY
SUSCEPTIBLE TO FLASH FLOODING BECAUSE OF TOPOGRAPHY. HEAVY RAIN
FALLING ON STEEP TERRAIN CREATES AN IDEAL SITUATION FOR FLASH
FLOODING. FLASH FLOODING PRESENTS A THREAT TO THE URBAN MOTORIST
AS WELL. UNDERPASSES CAN FILL RAPIDLY WITH WATER. DRIVING INTO A
FLOODED UNDERPASS CAN QUICKLY PUT YOU IN FIVE OR SIX FEET OF
WATER. IN 2011...TROPICAL STORM IRENE AND THE REMNANTS OF TROPICAL
STORM LEE BROUGHT WIDESPREAD FLASH FLOODING TO THE REGION.

FLASH FLOODING CAN BE DEADLY. NEVER UNDERESTIMATE THE POWER OF
WATER. HALF OF ALL FLASH FLOOD RELATED DEATHS OCCUR IN AUTOMOBILES.
TWO FEET OF FLOWING WATER WILL CAUSE MOST CARS TO FLOAT. FLOODING
HAZARDS ARE INCREASED AT NIGHT WHEN VISIBILITY IS REDUCED. THE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE URGES YOU TO RESPECT ALL BARRIERS THAT
WARN OF FLOODED ROADS. TURN AROUND...DONT DROWN.

THOSE WITH INTERESTS ALONG RIVERS...CREEKS AND STREAMS SHOULD
REMAIN ALERT FOR FLASH FLOODING. CAMPERS ARE PARTICULARLY AT RISK.
A NORMALLY PLACID STREAM CAN SWELL TO A 10 FOOT DEEP RAGING RIVER
IN LESS THAN AN HOUR IF THUNDERSTORM DOWNPOURS INUNDATE AN AREA.
REMEMBER...SIX INCHES OF FLOWING WATER IS OFTEN ENOUGH TO KNOCK A
PERSON OFF THEIR FEET. WHEN OUTDOORS...KEEP ALERT FOR...MUDDY
RAPIDLY RISING STREAMS...OR A LOUD ROARING SOUND UPSTREAM. IF
OBSERVED...HEAD FOR HIGHER GROUND IMEDIATELY.

NOAA WEATHER RADIO OFFERS ONE WAY TO RECEIVE IMMEDIATE RELAY OF
SEVERE WEATHER WARNINGS. MANY LOCAL TELEVISION AND RADIO STATIONS
ALSO BROADCAST WEATHER ALERTS. COMPUTERS AND WIRELESS DEVICES CAN
ALSO RECEIVE WARNINGS. THE RED CROSS...MANY STATE EMERGENCY
MANAGEMENT AGENCIES AND PRIVATE VENDORS HAVE WIRELESS APPLICATIONS
THAT WILL ALERT YOU OF SEVERE WEATHER BY RELAYING NATIONAL
WEATHER SERVICE WARNINGS.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK...GO TO OUR
WEB SITE WWW.WEATHER.GOV. THEN CLICK ON EASTERN NEW YORK OR
WESTERN NEW ENGLAND. FINALLY...SELECT OUR SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS
LINK.

TOMORROW WE CONCLUDE SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK WITH A LOOK
BACK AT THE KEY POINTS CONCERNING SEVERE WEATHER.

$$

DIRIENZO


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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBANY NY
800 AM EDT FRI MAY 1 2015

...SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK CONTINUES...

APRIL 26 TO MAY 2 IS SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK IN NEW
YORK...VERMONT...CONNECTICUT...AND MASSACHUSETTS. ALL
RESIDENTS ARE URGED TO BE WEATHER READY BY PROTECTING
THEMSELVES FROM THE HAZARDS OF FLOODING...TORNADOES...AND
SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS.

TODAY THE FOCUS IS ON FLASH FLOODING.

FLASH FLOODING IS A RAPID RISE...TYPICALLY WITHIN SIX HOURS...OF
WATER ALONG A STREAM OR LOW LYING URBAN AREA. DURING THE
SUMMER...THE MOST COMMON CAUSE OF FLASH FLOODING IS DOWNPOURS
ASSOCIATED WITH THUNDERSTORMS. HOWEVER...FLASH FLOODING CAN ALSO
RESULT FROM DAM BREAKS AND HEAVY RAIN FROM TROPICAL STORMS. FLASH
FLOODING IS MEANT TO IMPLY THE THREAT IS URGENT.

EASTERN NEW YORK AND WESTERN NEW ENGLAND ARE PARTICULARLY
SUSCEPTIBLE TO FLASH FLOODING BECAUSE OF TOPOGRAPHY. HEAVY RAIN
FALLING ON STEEP TERRAIN CREATES AN IDEAL SITUATION FOR FLASH
FLOODING. FLASH FLOODING PRESENTS A THREAT TO THE URBAN MOTORIST
AS WELL. UNDERPASSES CAN FILL RAPIDLY WITH WATER. DRIVING INTO A
FLOODED UNDERPASS CAN QUICKLY PUT YOU IN FIVE OR SIX FEET OF
WATER. IN 2011...TROPICAL STORM IRENE AND THE REMNANTS OF TROPICAL
STORM LEE BROUGHT WIDESPREAD FLASH FLOODING TO THE REGION.

FLASH FLOODING CAN BE DEADLY. NEVER UNDERESTIMATE THE POWER OF
WATER. HALF OF ALL FLASH FLOOD RELATED DEATHS OCCUR IN AUTOMOBILES.
TWO FEET OF FLOWING WATER WILL CAUSE MOST CARS TO FLOAT. FLOODING
HAZARDS ARE INCREASED AT NIGHT WHEN VISIBILITY IS REDUCED. THE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE URGES YOU TO RESPECT ALL BARRIERS THAT
WARN OF FLOODED ROADS. TURN AROUND...DONT DROWN.

THOSE WITH INTERESTS ALONG RIVERS...CREEKS AND STREAMS SHOULD
REMAIN ALERT FOR FLASH FLOODING. CAMPERS ARE PARTICULARLY AT RISK.
A NORMALLY PLACID STREAM CAN SWELL TO A 10 FOOT DEEP RAGING RIVER
IN LESS THAN AN HOUR IF THUNDERSTORM DOWNPOURS INUNDATE AN AREA.
REMEMBER...SIX INCHES OF FLOWING WATER IS OFTEN ENOUGH TO KNOCK A
PERSON OFF THEIR FEET. WHEN OUTDOORS...KEEP ALERT FOR...MUDDY
RAPIDLY RISING STREAMS...OR A LOUD ROARING SOUND UPSTREAM. IF
OBSERVED...HEAD FOR HIGHER GROUND IMEDIATELY.

NOAA WEATHER RADIO OFFERS ONE WAY TO RECEIVE IMMEDIATE RELAY OF
SEVERE WEATHER WARNINGS. MANY LOCAL TELEVISION AND RADIO STATIONS
ALSO BROADCAST WEATHER ALERTS. COMPUTERS AND WIRELESS DEVICES CAN
ALSO RECEIVE WARNINGS. THE RED CROSS...MANY STATE EMERGENCY
MANAGEMENT AGENCIES AND PRIVATE VENDORS HAVE WIRELESS APPLICATIONS
THAT WILL ALERT YOU OF SEVERE WEATHER BY RELAYING NATIONAL
WEATHER SERVICE WARNINGS.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK...GO TO OUR
WEB SITE WWW.WEATHER.GOV. THEN CLICK ON EASTERN NEW YORK OR
WESTERN NEW ENGLAND. FINALLY...SELECT OUR SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS
LINK.

TOMORROW WE CONCLUDE SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK WITH A LOOK
BACK AT THE KEY POINTS CONCERNING SEVERE WEATHER.

$$

DIRIENZO


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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT FRI MAY 01 2015

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

IN 1977, A VIOLENT HAIL STORM SLAMMED INTO THE GOODLAND KANSAS
AREA. TWO TO FIVE INCHES OF RAIN, ALONG WITH HAIL DRIFTS OF ONE TO
THREE FEET, WERE REPORTED. FLOODING WAS COMMONPLACE, ESPECIALLY IN
BASEMENTS AND OTHER LOW LYING AREAS.

IN 1988, STRONG SOUTHERLY WINDS AHEAD OF A COLD FRONT CROSSING THE
ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION CREATED HIGH WINDS AND DUST STORMS IN EASTERN
COLORADO, CLOSING ROADS AROUND LIMON.

$$



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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT FRI MAY 01 2015

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

IN 1977, A VIOLENT HAIL STORM SLAMMED INTO THE GOODLAND KANSAS
AREA. TWO TO FIVE INCHES OF RAIN, ALONG WITH HAIL DRIFTS OF ONE TO
THREE FEET, WERE REPORTED. FLOODING WAS COMMONPLACE, ESPECIALLY IN
BASEMENTS AND OTHER LOW LYING AREAS.

IN 1988, STRONG SOUTHERLY WINDS AHEAD OF A COLD FRONT CROSSING THE
ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION CREATED HIGH WINDS AND DUST STORMS IN EASTERN
COLORADO, CLOSING ROADS AROUND LIMON.

$$


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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT FRI MAY 01 2015

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

IN 1977, A VIOLENT HAIL STORM SLAMMED INTO THE GOODLAND KANSAS
AREA. TWO TO FIVE INCHES OF RAIN, ALONG WITH HAIL DRIFTS OF ONE TO
THREE FEET, WERE REPORTED. FLOODING WAS COMMONPLACE, ESPECIALLY IN
BASEMENTS AND OTHER LOW LYING AREAS.

IN 1988, STRONG SOUTHERLY WINDS AHEAD OF A COLD FRONT CROSSING THE
ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION CREATED HIGH WINDS AND DUST STORMS IN EASTERN
COLORADO, CLOSING ROADS AROUND LIMON.

$$



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NOUS43 KGLD 011200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT FRI MAY 01 2015

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

IN 1977, A VIOLENT HAIL STORM SLAMMED INTO THE GOODLAND KANSAS
AREA. TWO TO FIVE INCHES OF RAIN, ALONG WITH HAIL DRIFTS OF ONE TO
THREE FEET, WERE REPORTED. FLOODING WAS COMMONPLACE, ESPECIALLY IN
BASEMENTS AND OTHER LOW LYING AREAS.

IN 1988, STRONG SOUTHERLY WINDS AHEAD OF A COLD FRONT CROSSING THE
ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION CREATED HIGH WINDS AND DUST STORMS IN EASTERN
COLORADO, CLOSING ROADS AROUND LIMON.

$$


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PNSGYX

MEZ007>009-012>014-018>022-023>028-NHZ001>015-021200

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY ME
710 AM EDT FRI MAY 01 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED THE WEEK OF
APRIL 27TH THROUGH MAY 1ST, SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK
IN NEW ENGLAND.  THIS IS THE LAST IN A SERIES OF FIVE
PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENTS ON VARIOUS TOPICS RELATED TO
SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS.

...SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS - FLOODS AND FLASH FLOODS...

IN ADDITION TO LIGHTNING, HIGH WINDS, HAIL, AND TORNADOES,
SUMMERTIME THUNDERSTORMS ALSO BRING THE THREAT OF FLOODING
AND FLASH FLOODING TO NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND.  IN THE
SUMMERTIME, MOST FLASH FLOODS ARE CAUSED BY HEAVY, SLOWLY
MOVING THUNDERSTORMS WHICH CAN PRODUCE EXCESSIVE RAINFALL
IN AN AREA IN JUST A SHORT PERIOD OF TIME.  IN ADDITION TO
THE RAINFALL, TOPOGRAPHY, SOIL CONDITIONS, AND GROUND
COVER HELP DETERMINE HOW MUCH OF THE RAINFALL SOAKS INTO
THE GROUND AND HOW MUCH OF THE RAINFALL RUNS OFF INTO
STREAMS AND RIVERS.

LAST YEAR, ON JULY 2, A FLASH FLOOD CAUSED BY SLOW-MOVING
THUNDERSTORMS WHICH PRODUCED 2 TO 4 INCHES OF RAIN IN JUST
3 HOURS, CAUSED AN ESTIMATED $10 MILLION IN DAMAGE IN
GRAFTON AND SULLIVAN COUNTIES.

NATIONWIDE, FLOODS AND FLASH FLOODS ARE THE GREATEST
STORM-RELATED KILLER, CLAIMING THE LIVES OF ABOUT 85
PEOPLE ANNUALLY. SIMILAR TO THE REST OF THE NATION, FLOODS
AND FLASH FLOODS ARE THE NUMBER ONE STORM-RELATED KILLER
IN NEW ENGLAND.  IN ADDITION, FLOODS AND FLASH FLOODS ARE
RESPONSIBLE FOR A CONSIDERABLE AMOUNT OF PUBLIC AND
PRIVATE PROPERTY DAMAGE.

NATIONALLY, 66 PERCENT OF LAST YEAR`S FLOOD FATALITIES
WERE CAUSED BY PEOPLE ATTEMPTING TO DRIVE THROUGH FLOODED
AREAS.  ANOTHER 19 PERCENT WERE CAUSED PEOPLE ATTEMPTING
TO RUN, WALK, SWIM, OR JUST FELL INTO A FLOODED AREA.  AS
LITTLE AS 2 FEET OF WATER WILL FLOAT MOST CARS AND SMALL
TRUCKS.  IF YOUR VEHICLE BEGINS TO FLOAT, YOU LOSE
COMPLETE CONTROL OVER THE VEHICLE. IF YOUR VEHICLE STALLS
IN A FLOODED ROADWAY, ABANDON IT IMMEDIATELY AND SEEK
HIGHER GROUND.  THE WATER MAY SWEEP THE VEHICLE AND ITS
OCCUPANTS AWAY.

DAM FAILURES CAN ALSO LEAD TO FLOODS OR FLASH FLOODS.
WHILE NOT ALWAYS CAUSED BY THE WEATHER, DAM FAILURES CAN
LEAD TO EXTREMELY FAST RISES IN RIVER AND STREAM LEVELS.

HERE ARE SEVERAL FATAL FLOOD AND FLASH FLOOD EVENTS THAT
OCCURRED IN MAINE AND NEW HAMPSHIRE SINCE 1996.

  MAR 13 1996  ALTON, NEW HAMPSHIRE - A CATASTROPHIC FAILURE OF AN
               EARTHEN DAM ON MEADOWS POND CAUSED A FLASH FLOOD
               DOWNSTREAM OF THE DAM.  A WOMEN WHO WAS TRYING TO
               FLEE THE FLOOD WATERS IN HER PICKUP TRUCK DROWNED
               AFTER HER VEHICLE WAS WASHED OFF THE ROADWAY AND INTO
               A RAVINE.

  JUL 13 1996  BRISTOL, NEW HAMPSHIRE - THREE TO FOUR INCHES OF RAIN
               FROM THE REMNANTS OF HURRICANE BERTHA CAUSED MANY
               SMALL RIVERS AND STREAMS TO FLOOD.  A 10-YEAR OLD BOY
               PLAYING IN THE RAIN-SWOLLEN NEWFOUND RIVER WAS SWEPT
               TO HIS DEATH.

  OCT 21 1996  SCARBOROUGH, MAINE - FOUR TO 19 INCHES OF RAIN CAUSED
               VERY SERIOUS FLOODING IN NEW HAMPSHIRE AND WESTERN
               MAINE.  ONE MAN DROWNED WHEN HE DROVE HIS CAR INTO A
               FLOODED ROADWAY.  UNKNOWN TO THE MAN, THE ROAD HAD
               ALREADY BEEN WASHED AWAY.

  MAR 31 1998  FRANKLIN COUNTY, MAINE - SNOWMELT, CAUSED BY RECORD-
               BREAKING WARMTH, COMBINED WITH RECENT RAINFALL TO
               CAUSE MANY RIVERS AND STREAMS TO RISE.  ONE MAN
               DROWNED WHEN HE DROVE HIS TRUCK INTO A FLOODED
               ROADWAY.

  JUN 27 1998  BRIDGEWATER, NEW HAMPSHIRE - HEAVY, SLOW-MOVING
               THUNDERSTORMS CAUSED THE BAKER RIVER AND IT`S
               TRIBUTARIES TO RISE RAPIDLY.  ONE MAN DROWNED WHEN HE
               WAS SUCKED INTO A CULVERT WHILE ATTEMPTING TO CLEAR
               DEBRIS FROM THE CULVERT.  A SECOND MAN WAS INJURED.

  APR 16 2007  LEBANON, MAINE - A WOMAN AND HER 4-YEAR OLD
               GRANDDAUGHTER THAT SHE WAS CARRYING WERE SWEPT
               TO THEIR DEATH AS THEY ATTEMPTED TO CROSS A
               FLOODED ROADWAY ON FOOT.

  AUG 07 2008  ASHLAND, NEW HAMPSHIRE - A 7-YEAR-OLD GIRL DROWNED
               WHEN A BRIDGE WASHED AWAY AS HER FAMILY TRIED TO
               DRIVE OUT OF A FLOODED CAMPGROUND.

TO ALERT THE PUBLIC TO THE THREAT OF FLOODING, THE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ISSUES FLOOD AND FLASH FLOOD
WATCHES AND WARNINGS.  A FLOOD WATCH INDICATES
FLOODING/FLASH FLOODING IS POSSIBLE, AND IS USUALLY ISSUED
IN ANTICIPATION OF HEAVY RAINFALL.  A FLOOD/FLASH FLOOD
WARNING INDICATES THAT FLOODING IS IMMINENT OR IS ALREADY
OCCURRING.  IF YOU HEAR THAT A FLOOD/FLASH FLOOD WARNING
HAS BEEN ISSUED FOR YOUR AREA, MOVE IMMEDIATELY TO HIGHER
GROUND IF FLOOD WATERS THREATEN.

HERE ARE SOME FLOOD/FLASH FLOOD FACTS AND SAFETY TIPS.

   *  NEVER DRIVE A CAR INTO A FLOODED ROADWAY.  MORE THAN
      HALF OF ALL FLASH FLOOD FATALITIES ARE VEHICLE
      RELATED.

   *  KEEP AWAY FROM STREAMS DURING HEAVY RAINFALL EVENTS.
      SWIFTLY MOVING WATER IS EXTREMELY POWERFUL AND CAN
      EASILY OVERPOWER A PERSON.

   *  KEEP CHILDREN INSIDE AND AWAY FROM FLOODED STREETS,
      CULVERTS, AND STREAMS.

   *  REPORT ANY FLOODING TO THE APPROPRIATE AUTHORITIES.

   *  IF ADVISED TO EVACUATE, DO SO IMMEDIATELY.

   *  OBEY ALL ROAD BLOCKS AND BARRIERS, EVEN IF THE FLOODING HAS
      RECEDED.  FLOOD WATERS MAY HAVE UNDERCUT THE ROAD SURFACE OR
      LEFT DANGEROUS DEBRIS IN THE ROADWAY.

   *  IF YOU LIVE IN A FLOOD PRONE AREA, HAVE A PLAN IN CASE THE
      WATER STARTS RISING QUICKLY.

$$


JENSENIUS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
GRAY, MAINE




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MEZ007>009-012>014-018>022-023>028-NHZ001>015-021200

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY ME
710 AM EDT FRI MAY 01 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED THE WEEK OF
APRIL 27TH THROUGH MAY 1ST, SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK
IN NEW ENGLAND.  THIS IS THE LAST IN A SERIES OF FIVE
PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENTS ON VARIOUS TOPICS RELATED TO
SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS.

...SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS - FLOODS AND FLASH FLOODS...

IN ADDITION TO LIGHTNING, HIGH WINDS, HAIL, AND TORNADOES,
SUMMERTIME THUNDERSTORMS ALSO BRING THE THREAT OF FLOODING
AND FLASH FLOODING TO NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND.  IN THE
SUMMERTIME, MOST FLASH FLOODS ARE CAUSED BY HEAVY, SLOWLY
MOVING THUNDERSTORMS WHICH CAN PRODUCE EXCESSIVE RAINFALL
IN AN AREA IN JUST A SHORT PERIOD OF TIME.  IN ADDITION TO
THE RAINFALL, TOPOGRAPHY, SOIL CONDITIONS, AND GROUND
COVER HELP DETERMINE HOW MUCH OF THE RAINFALL SOAKS INTO
THE GROUND AND HOW MUCH OF THE RAINFALL RUNS OFF INTO
STREAMS AND RIVERS.

LAST YEAR, ON JULY 2, A FLASH FLOOD CAUSED BY SLOW-MOVING
THUNDERSTORMS WHICH PRODUCED 2 TO 4 INCHES OF RAIN IN JUST
3 HOURS, CAUSED AN ESTIMATED $10 MILLION IN DAMAGE IN
GRAFTON AND SULLIVAN COUNTIES.

NATIONWIDE, FLOODS AND FLASH FLOODS ARE THE GREATEST
STORM-RELATED KILLER, CLAIMING THE LIVES OF ABOUT 85
PEOPLE ANNUALLY. SIMILAR TO THE REST OF THE NATION, FLOODS
AND FLASH FLOODS ARE THE NUMBER ONE STORM-RELATED KILLER
IN NEW ENGLAND.  IN ADDITION, FLOODS AND FLASH FLOODS ARE
RESPONSIBLE FOR A CONSIDERABLE AMOUNT OF PUBLIC AND
PRIVATE PROPERTY DAMAGE.

NATIONALLY, 66 PERCENT OF LAST YEAR`S FLOOD FATALITIES
WERE CAUSED BY PEOPLE ATTEMPTING TO DRIVE THROUGH FLOODED
AREAS.  ANOTHER 19 PERCENT WERE CAUSED PEOPLE ATTEMPTING
TO RUN, WALK, SWIM, OR JUST FELL INTO A FLOODED AREA.  AS
LITTLE AS 2 FEET OF WATER WILL FLOAT MOST CARS AND SMALL
TRUCKS.  IF YOUR VEHICLE BEGINS TO FLOAT, YOU LOSE
COMPLETE CONTROL OVER THE VEHICLE. IF YOUR VEHICLE STALLS
IN A FLOODED ROADWAY, ABANDON IT IMMEDIATELY AND SEEK
HIGHER GROUND.  THE WATER MAY SWEEP THE VEHICLE AND ITS
OCCUPANTS AWAY.

DAM FAILURES CAN ALSO LEAD TO FLOODS OR FLASH FLOODS.
WHILE NOT ALWAYS CAUSED BY THE WEATHER, DAM FAILURES CAN
LEAD TO EXTREMELY FAST RISES IN RIVER AND STREAM LEVELS.

HERE ARE SEVERAL FATAL FLOOD AND FLASH FLOOD EVENTS THAT
OCCURRED IN MAINE AND NEW HAMPSHIRE SINCE 1996.

  MAR 13 1996  ALTON, NEW HAMPSHIRE - A CATASTROPHIC FAILURE OF AN
               EARTHEN DAM ON MEADOWS POND CAUSED A FLASH FLOOD
               DOWNSTREAM OF THE DAM.  A WOMEN WHO WAS TRYING TO
               FLEE THE FLOOD WATERS IN HER PICKUP TRUCK DROWNED
               AFTER HER VEHICLE WAS WASHED OFF THE ROADWAY AND INTO
               A RAVINE.

  JUL 13 1996  BRISTOL, NEW HAMPSHIRE - THREE TO FOUR INCHES OF RAIN
               FROM THE REMNANTS OF HURRICANE BERTHA CAUSED MANY
               SMALL RIVERS AND STREAMS TO FLOOD.  A 10-YEAR OLD BOY
               PLAYING IN THE RAIN-SWOLLEN NEWFOUND RIVER WAS SWEPT
               TO HIS DEATH.

  OCT 21 1996  SCARBOROUGH, MAINE - FOUR TO 19 INCHES OF RAIN CAUSED
               VERY SERIOUS FLOODING IN NEW HAMPSHIRE AND WESTERN
               MAINE.  ONE MAN DROWNED WHEN HE DROVE HIS CAR INTO A
               FLOODED ROADWAY.  UNKNOWN TO THE MAN, THE ROAD HAD
               ALREADY BEEN WASHED AWAY.

  MAR 31 1998  FRANKLIN COUNTY, MAINE - SNOWMELT, CAUSED BY RECORD-
               BREAKING WARMTH, COMBINED WITH RECENT RAINFALL TO
               CAUSE MANY RIVERS AND STREAMS TO RISE.  ONE MAN
               DROWNED WHEN HE DROVE HIS TRUCK INTO A FLOODED
               ROADWAY.

  JUN 27 1998  BRIDGEWATER, NEW HAMPSHIRE - HEAVY, SLOW-MOVING
               THUNDERSTORMS CAUSED THE BAKER RIVER AND IT`S
               TRIBUTARIES TO RISE RAPIDLY.  ONE MAN DROWNED WHEN HE
               WAS SUCKED INTO A CULVERT WHILE ATTEMPTING TO CLEAR
               DEBRIS FROM THE CULVERT.  A SECOND MAN WAS INJURED.

  APR 16 2007  LEBANON, MAINE - A WOMAN AND HER 4-YEAR OLD
               GRANDDAUGHTER THAT SHE WAS CARRYING WERE SWEPT
               TO THEIR DEATH AS THEY ATTEMPTED TO CROSS A
               FLOODED ROADWAY ON FOOT.

  AUG 07 2008  ASHLAND, NEW HAMPSHIRE - A 7-YEAR-OLD GIRL DROWNED
               WHEN A BRIDGE WASHED AWAY AS HER FAMILY TRIED TO
               DRIVE OUT OF A FLOODED CAMPGROUND.

TO ALERT THE PUBLIC TO THE THREAT OF FLOODING, THE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ISSUES FLOOD AND FLASH FLOOD
WATCHES AND WARNINGS.  A FLOOD WATCH INDICATES
FLOODING/FLASH FLOODING IS POSSIBLE, AND IS USUALLY ISSUED
IN ANTICIPATION OF HEAVY RAINFALL.  A FLOOD/FLASH FLOOD
WARNING INDICATES THAT FLOODING IS IMMINENT OR IS ALREADY
OCCURRING.  IF YOU HEAR THAT A FLOOD/FLASH FLOOD WARNING
HAS BEEN ISSUED FOR YOUR AREA, MOVE IMMEDIATELY TO HIGHER
GROUND IF FLOOD WATERS THREATEN.

HERE ARE SOME FLOOD/FLASH FLOOD FACTS AND SAFETY TIPS.

   *  NEVER DRIVE A CAR INTO A FLOODED ROADWAY.  MORE THAN
      HALF OF ALL FLASH FLOOD FATALITIES ARE VEHICLE
      RELATED.

   *  KEEP AWAY FROM STREAMS DURING HEAVY RAINFALL EVENTS.
      SWIFTLY MOVING WATER IS EXTREMELY POWERFUL AND CAN
      EASILY OVERPOWER A PERSON.

   *  KEEP CHILDREN INSIDE AND AWAY FROM FLOODED STREETS,
      CULVERTS, AND STREAMS.

   *  REPORT ANY FLOODING TO THE APPROPRIATE AUTHORITIES.

   *  IF ADVISED TO EVACUATE, DO SO IMMEDIATELY.

   *  OBEY ALL ROAD BLOCKS AND BARRIERS, EVEN IF THE FLOODING HAS
      RECEDED.  FLOOD WATERS MAY HAVE UNDERCUT THE ROAD SURFACE OR
      LEFT DANGEROUS DEBRIS IN THE ROADWAY.

   *  IF YOU LIVE IN A FLOOD PRONE AREA, HAVE A PLAN IN CASE THE
      WATER STARTS RISING QUICKLY.

$$


JENSENIUS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
GRAY, MAINE




000
NOUS41 KGYX 011110
PNSGYX

MEZ007>009-012>014-018>022-023>028-NHZ001>015-021200

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY ME
710 AM EDT FRI MAY 01 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED THE WEEK OF
APRIL 27TH THROUGH MAY 1ST, SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK
IN NEW ENGLAND.  THIS IS THE LAST IN A SERIES OF FIVE
PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENTS ON VARIOUS TOPICS RELATED TO
SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS.

...SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS - FLOODS AND FLASH FLOODS...

IN ADDITION TO LIGHTNING, HIGH WINDS, HAIL, AND TORNADOES,
SUMMERTIME THUNDERSTORMS ALSO BRING THE THREAT OF FLOODING
AND FLASH FLOODING TO NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND.  IN THE
SUMMERTIME, MOST FLASH FLOODS ARE CAUSED BY HEAVY, SLOWLY
MOVING THUNDERSTORMS WHICH CAN PRODUCE EXCESSIVE RAINFALL
IN AN AREA IN JUST A SHORT PERIOD OF TIME.  IN ADDITION TO
THE RAINFALL, TOPOGRAPHY, SOIL CONDITIONS, AND GROUND
COVER HELP DETERMINE HOW MUCH OF THE RAINFALL SOAKS INTO
THE GROUND AND HOW MUCH OF THE RAINFALL RUNS OFF INTO
STREAMS AND RIVERS.

LAST YEAR, ON JULY 2, A FLASH FLOOD CAUSED BY SLOW-MOVING
THUNDERSTORMS WHICH PRODUCED 2 TO 4 INCHES OF RAIN IN JUST
3 HOURS, CAUSED AN ESTIMATED $10 MILLION IN DAMAGE IN
GRAFTON AND SULLIVAN COUNTIES.

NATIONWIDE, FLOODS AND FLASH FLOODS ARE THE GREATEST
STORM-RELATED KILLER, CLAIMING THE LIVES OF ABOUT 85
PEOPLE ANNUALLY. SIMILAR TO THE REST OF THE NATION, FLOODS
AND FLASH FLOODS ARE THE NUMBER ONE STORM-RELATED KILLER
IN NEW ENGLAND.  IN ADDITION, FLOODS AND FLASH FLOODS ARE
RESPONSIBLE FOR A CONSIDERABLE AMOUNT OF PUBLIC AND
PRIVATE PROPERTY DAMAGE.

NATIONALLY, 66 PERCENT OF LAST YEAR`S FLOOD FATALITIES
WERE CAUSED BY PEOPLE ATTEMPTING TO DRIVE THROUGH FLOODED
AREAS.  ANOTHER 19 PERCENT WERE CAUSED PEOPLE ATTEMPTING
TO RUN, WALK, SWIM, OR JUST FELL INTO A FLOODED AREA.  AS
LITTLE AS 2 FEET OF WATER WILL FLOAT MOST CARS AND SMALL
TRUCKS.  IF YOUR VEHICLE BEGINS TO FLOAT, YOU LOSE
COMPLETE CONTROL OVER THE VEHICLE. IF YOUR VEHICLE STALLS
IN A FLOODED ROADWAY, ABANDON IT IMMEDIATELY AND SEEK
HIGHER GROUND.  THE WATER MAY SWEEP THE VEHICLE AND ITS
OCCUPANTS AWAY.

DAM FAILURES CAN ALSO LEAD TO FLOODS OR FLASH FLOODS.
WHILE NOT ALWAYS CAUSED BY THE WEATHER, DAM FAILURES CAN
LEAD TO EXTREMELY FAST RISES IN RIVER AND STREAM LEVELS.

HERE ARE SEVERAL FATAL FLOOD AND FLASH FLOOD EVENTS THAT
OCCURRED IN MAINE AND NEW HAMPSHIRE SINCE 1996.

  MAR 13 1996  ALTON, NEW HAMPSHIRE - A CATASTROPHIC FAILURE OF AN
               EARTHEN DAM ON MEADOWS POND CAUSED A FLASH FLOOD
               DOWNSTREAM OF THE DAM.  A WOMEN WHO WAS TRYING TO
               FLEE THE FLOOD WATERS IN HER PICKUP TRUCK DROWNED
               AFTER HER VEHICLE WAS WASHED OFF THE ROADWAY AND INTO
               A RAVINE.

  JUL 13 1996  BRISTOL, NEW HAMPSHIRE - THREE TO FOUR INCHES OF RAIN
               FROM THE REMNANTS OF HURRICANE BERTHA CAUSED MANY
               SMALL RIVERS AND STREAMS TO FLOOD.  A 10-YEAR OLD BOY
               PLAYING IN THE RAIN-SWOLLEN NEWFOUND RIVER WAS SWEPT
               TO HIS DEATH.

  OCT 21 1996  SCARBOROUGH, MAINE - FOUR TO 19 INCHES OF RAIN CAUSED
               VERY SERIOUS FLOODING IN NEW HAMPSHIRE AND WESTERN
               MAINE.  ONE MAN DROWNED WHEN HE DROVE HIS CAR INTO A
               FLOODED ROADWAY.  UNKNOWN TO THE MAN, THE ROAD HAD
               ALREADY BEEN WASHED AWAY.

  MAR 31 1998  FRANKLIN COUNTY, MAINE - SNOWMELT, CAUSED BY RECORD-
               BREAKING WARMTH, COMBINED WITH RECENT RAINFALL TO
               CAUSE MANY RIVERS AND STREAMS TO RISE.  ONE MAN
               DROWNED WHEN HE DROVE HIS TRUCK INTO A FLOODED
               ROADWAY.

  JUN 27 1998  BRIDGEWATER, NEW HAMPSHIRE - HEAVY, SLOW-MOVING
               THUNDERSTORMS CAUSED THE BAKER RIVER AND IT`S
               TRIBUTARIES TO RISE RAPIDLY.  ONE MAN DROWNED WHEN HE
               WAS SUCKED INTO A CULVERT WHILE ATTEMPTING TO CLEAR
               DEBRIS FROM THE CULVERT.  A SECOND MAN WAS INJURED.

  APR 16 2007  LEBANON, MAINE - A WOMAN AND HER 4-YEAR OLD
               GRANDDAUGHTER THAT SHE WAS CARRYING WERE SWEPT
               TO THEIR DEATH AS THEY ATTEMPTED TO CROSS A
               FLOODED ROADWAY ON FOOT.

  AUG 07 2008  ASHLAND, NEW HAMPSHIRE - A 7-YEAR-OLD GIRL DROWNED
               WHEN A BRIDGE WASHED AWAY AS HER FAMILY TRIED TO
               DRIVE OUT OF A FLOODED CAMPGROUND.

TO ALERT THE PUBLIC TO THE THREAT OF FLOODING, THE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ISSUES FLOOD AND FLASH FLOOD
WATCHES AND WARNINGS.  A FLOOD WATCH INDICATES
FLOODING/FLASH FLOODING IS POSSIBLE, AND IS USUALLY ISSUED
IN ANTICIPATION OF HEAVY RAINFALL.  A FLOOD/FLASH FLOOD
WARNING INDICATES THAT FLOODING IS IMMINENT OR IS ALREADY
OCCURRING.  IF YOU HEAR THAT A FLOOD/FLASH FLOOD WARNING
HAS BEEN ISSUED FOR YOUR AREA, MOVE IMMEDIATELY TO HIGHER
GROUND IF FLOOD WATERS THREATEN.

HERE ARE SOME FLOOD/FLASH FLOOD FACTS AND SAFETY TIPS.

   *  NEVER DRIVE A CAR INTO A FLOODED ROADWAY.  MORE THAN
      HALF OF ALL FLASH FLOOD FATALITIES ARE VEHICLE
      RELATED.

   *  KEEP AWAY FROM STREAMS DURING HEAVY RAINFALL EVENTS.
      SWIFTLY MOVING WATER IS EXTREMELY POWERFUL AND CAN
      EASILY OVERPOWER A PERSON.

   *  KEEP CHILDREN INSIDE AND AWAY FROM FLOODED STREETS,
      CULVERTS, AND STREAMS.

   *  REPORT ANY FLOODING TO THE APPROPRIATE AUTHORITIES.

   *  IF ADVISED TO EVACUATE, DO SO IMMEDIATELY.

   *  OBEY ALL ROAD BLOCKS AND BARRIERS, EVEN IF THE FLOODING HAS
      RECEDED.  FLOOD WATERS MAY HAVE UNDERCUT THE ROAD SURFACE OR
      LEFT DANGEROUS DEBRIS IN THE ROADWAY.

   *  IF YOU LIVE IN A FLOOD PRONE AREA, HAVE A PLAN IN CASE THE
      WATER STARTS RISING QUICKLY.

$$


JENSENIUS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
GRAY, MAINE




000
NOUS41 KGYX 011110
PNSGYX

MEZ007>009-012>014-018>022-023>028-NHZ001>015-021200

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY ME
710 AM EDT FRI MAY 01 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED THE WEEK OF
APRIL 27TH THROUGH MAY 1ST, SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK
IN NEW ENGLAND.  THIS IS THE LAST IN A SERIES OF FIVE
PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENTS ON VARIOUS TOPICS RELATED TO
SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS.

...SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS - FLOODS AND FLASH FLOODS...

IN ADDITION TO LIGHTNING, HIGH WINDS, HAIL, AND TORNADOES,
SUMMERTIME THUNDERSTORMS ALSO BRING THE THREAT OF FLOODING
AND FLASH FLOODING TO NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND.  IN THE
SUMMERTIME, MOST FLASH FLOODS ARE CAUSED BY HEAVY, SLOWLY
MOVING THUNDERSTORMS WHICH CAN PRODUCE EXCESSIVE RAINFALL
IN AN AREA IN JUST A SHORT PERIOD OF TIME.  IN ADDITION TO
THE RAINFALL, TOPOGRAPHY, SOIL CONDITIONS, AND GROUND
COVER HELP DETERMINE HOW MUCH OF THE RAINFALL SOAKS INTO
THE GROUND AND HOW MUCH OF THE RAINFALL RUNS OFF INTO
STREAMS AND RIVERS.

LAST YEAR, ON JULY 2, A FLASH FLOOD CAUSED BY SLOW-MOVING
THUNDERSTORMS WHICH PRODUCED 2 TO 4 INCHES OF RAIN IN JUST
3 HOURS, CAUSED AN ESTIMATED $10 MILLION IN DAMAGE IN
GRAFTON AND SULLIVAN COUNTIES.

NATIONWIDE, FLOODS AND FLASH FLOODS ARE THE GREATEST
STORM-RELATED KILLER, CLAIMING THE LIVES OF ABOUT 85
PEOPLE ANNUALLY. SIMILAR TO THE REST OF THE NATION, FLOODS
AND FLASH FLOODS ARE THE NUMBER ONE STORM-RELATED KILLER
IN NEW ENGLAND.  IN ADDITION, FLOODS AND FLASH FLOODS ARE
RESPONSIBLE FOR A CONSIDERABLE AMOUNT OF PUBLIC AND
PRIVATE PROPERTY DAMAGE.

NATIONALLY, 66 PERCENT OF LAST YEAR`S FLOOD FATALITIES
WERE CAUSED BY PEOPLE ATTEMPTING TO DRIVE THROUGH FLOODED
AREAS.  ANOTHER 19 PERCENT WERE CAUSED PEOPLE ATTEMPTING
TO RUN, WALK, SWIM, OR JUST FELL INTO A FLOODED AREA.  AS
LITTLE AS 2 FEET OF WATER WILL FLOAT MOST CARS AND SMALL
TRUCKS.  IF YOUR VEHICLE BEGINS TO FLOAT, YOU LOSE
COMPLETE CONTROL OVER THE VEHICLE. IF YOUR VEHICLE STALLS
IN A FLOODED ROADWAY, ABANDON IT IMMEDIATELY AND SEEK
HIGHER GROUND.  THE WATER MAY SWEEP THE VEHICLE AND ITS
OCCUPANTS AWAY.

DAM FAILURES CAN ALSO LEAD TO FLOODS OR FLASH FLOODS.
WHILE NOT ALWAYS CAUSED BY THE WEATHER, DAM FAILURES CAN
LEAD TO EXTREMELY FAST RISES IN RIVER AND STREAM LEVELS.

HERE ARE SEVERAL FATAL FLOOD AND FLASH FLOOD EVENTS THAT
OCCURRED IN MAINE AND NEW HAMPSHIRE SINCE 1996.

  MAR 13 1996  ALTON, NEW HAMPSHIRE - A CATASTROPHIC FAILURE OF AN
               EARTHEN DAM ON MEADOWS POND CAUSED A FLASH FLOOD
               DOWNSTREAM OF THE DAM.  A WOMEN WHO WAS TRYING TO
               FLEE THE FLOOD WATERS IN HER PICKUP TRUCK DROWNED
               AFTER HER VEHICLE WAS WASHED OFF THE ROADWAY AND INTO
               A RAVINE.

  JUL 13 1996  BRISTOL, NEW HAMPSHIRE - THREE TO FOUR INCHES OF RAIN
               FROM THE REMNANTS OF HURRICANE BERTHA CAUSED MANY
               SMALL RIVERS AND STREAMS TO FLOOD.  A 10-YEAR OLD BOY
               PLAYING IN THE RAIN-SWOLLEN NEWFOUND RIVER WAS SWEPT
               TO HIS DEATH.

  OCT 21 1996  SCARBOROUGH, MAINE - FOUR TO 19 INCHES OF RAIN CAUSED
               VERY SERIOUS FLOODING IN NEW HAMPSHIRE AND WESTERN
               MAINE.  ONE MAN DROWNED WHEN HE DROVE HIS CAR INTO A
               FLOODED ROADWAY.  UNKNOWN TO THE MAN, THE ROAD HAD
               ALREADY BEEN WASHED AWAY.

  MAR 31 1998  FRANKLIN COUNTY, MAINE - SNOWMELT, CAUSED BY RECORD-
               BREAKING WARMTH, COMBINED WITH RECENT RAINFALL TO
               CAUSE MANY RIVERS AND STREAMS TO RISE.  ONE MAN
               DROWNED WHEN HE DROVE HIS TRUCK INTO A FLOODED
               ROADWAY.

  JUN 27 1998  BRIDGEWATER, NEW HAMPSHIRE - HEAVY, SLOW-MOVING
               THUNDERSTORMS CAUSED THE BAKER RIVER AND IT`S
               TRIBUTARIES TO RISE RAPIDLY.  ONE MAN DROWNED WHEN HE
               WAS SUCKED INTO A CULVERT WHILE ATTEMPTING TO CLEAR
               DEBRIS FROM THE CULVERT.  A SECOND MAN WAS INJURED.

  APR 16 2007  LEBANON, MAINE - A WOMAN AND HER 4-YEAR OLD
               GRANDDAUGHTER THAT SHE WAS CARRYING WERE SWEPT
               TO THEIR DEATH AS THEY ATTEMPTED TO CROSS A
               FLOODED ROADWAY ON FOOT.

  AUG 07 2008  ASHLAND, NEW HAMPSHIRE - A 7-YEAR-OLD GIRL DROWNED
               WHEN A BRIDGE WASHED AWAY AS HER FAMILY TRIED TO
               DRIVE OUT OF A FLOODED CAMPGROUND.

TO ALERT THE PUBLIC TO THE THREAT OF FLOODING, THE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ISSUES FLOOD AND FLASH FLOOD
WATCHES AND WARNINGS.  A FLOOD WATCH INDICATES
FLOODING/FLASH FLOODING IS POSSIBLE, AND IS USUALLY ISSUED
IN ANTICIPATION OF HEAVY RAINFALL.  A FLOOD/FLASH FLOOD
WARNING INDICATES THAT FLOODING IS IMMINENT OR IS ALREADY
OCCURRING.  IF YOU HEAR THAT A FLOOD/FLASH FLOOD WARNING
HAS BEEN ISSUED FOR YOUR AREA, MOVE IMMEDIATELY TO HIGHER
GROUND IF FLOOD WATERS THREATEN.

HERE ARE SOME FLOOD/FLASH FLOOD FACTS AND SAFETY TIPS.

   *  NEVER DRIVE A CAR INTO A FLOODED ROADWAY.  MORE THAN
      HALF OF ALL FLASH FLOOD FATALITIES ARE VEHICLE
      RELATED.

   *  KEEP AWAY FROM STREAMS DURING HEAVY RAINFALL EVENTS.
      SWIFTLY MOVING WATER IS EXTREMELY POWERFUL AND CAN
      EASILY OVERPOWER A PERSON.

   *  KEEP CHILDREN INSIDE AND AWAY FROM FLOODED STREETS,
      CULVERTS, AND STREAMS.

   *  REPORT ANY FLOODING TO THE APPROPRIATE AUTHORITIES.

   *  IF ADVISED TO EVACUATE, DO SO IMMEDIATELY.

   *  OBEY ALL ROAD BLOCKS AND BARRIERS, EVEN IF THE FLOODING HAS
      RECEDED.  FLOOD WATERS MAY HAVE UNDERCUT THE ROAD SURFACE OR
      LEFT DANGEROUS DEBRIS IN THE ROADWAY.

   *  IF YOU LIVE IN A FLOOD PRONE AREA, HAVE A PLAN IN CASE THE
      WATER STARTS RISING QUICKLY.

$$


JENSENIUS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
GRAY, MAINE




000
NOUS41 KGYX 011110
PNSGYX

MEZ007>009-012>014-018>022-023>028-NHZ001>015-021200

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY ME
710 AM EDT FRI MAY 01 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED THE WEEK OF
APRIL 27TH THROUGH MAY 1ST, SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK
IN NEW ENGLAND.  THIS IS THE LAST IN A SERIES OF FIVE
PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENTS ON VARIOUS TOPICS RELATED TO
SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS.

...SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS - FLOODS AND FLASH FLOODS...

IN ADDITION TO LIGHTNING, HIGH WINDS, HAIL, AND TORNADOES,
SUMMERTIME THUNDERSTORMS ALSO BRING THE THREAT OF FLOODING
AND FLASH FLOODING TO NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND.  IN THE
SUMMERTIME, MOST FLASH FLOODS ARE CAUSED BY HEAVY, SLOWLY
MOVING THUNDERSTORMS WHICH CAN PRODUCE EXCESSIVE RAINFALL
IN AN AREA IN JUST A SHORT PERIOD OF TIME.  IN ADDITION TO
THE RAINFALL, TOPOGRAPHY, SOIL CONDITIONS, AND GROUND
COVER HELP DETERMINE HOW MUCH OF THE RAINFALL SOAKS INTO
THE GROUND AND HOW MUCH OF THE RAINFALL RUNS OFF INTO
STREAMS AND RIVERS.

LAST YEAR, ON JULY 2, A FLASH FLOOD CAUSED BY SLOW-MOVING
THUNDERSTORMS WHICH PRODUCED 2 TO 4 INCHES OF RAIN IN JUST
3 HOURS, CAUSED AN ESTIMATED $10 MILLION IN DAMAGE IN
GRAFTON AND SULLIVAN COUNTIES.

NATIONWIDE, FLOODS AND FLASH FLOODS ARE THE GREATEST
STORM-RELATED KILLER, CLAIMING THE LIVES OF ABOUT 85
PEOPLE ANNUALLY. SIMILAR TO THE REST OF THE NATION, FLOODS
AND FLASH FLOODS ARE THE NUMBER ONE STORM-RELATED KILLER
IN NEW ENGLAND.  IN ADDITION, FLOODS AND FLASH FLOODS ARE
RESPONSIBLE FOR A CONSIDERABLE AMOUNT OF PUBLIC AND
PRIVATE PROPERTY DAMAGE.

NATIONALLY, 66 PERCENT OF LAST YEAR`S FLOOD FATALITIES
WERE CAUSED BY PEOPLE ATTEMPTING TO DRIVE THROUGH FLOODED
AREAS.  ANOTHER 19 PERCENT WERE CAUSED PEOPLE ATTEMPTING
TO RUN, WALK, SWIM, OR JUST FELL INTO A FLOODED AREA.  AS
LITTLE AS 2 FEET OF WATER WILL FLOAT MOST CARS AND SMALL
TRUCKS.  IF YOUR VEHICLE BEGINS TO FLOAT, YOU LOSE
COMPLETE CONTROL OVER THE VEHICLE. IF YOUR VEHICLE STALLS
IN A FLOODED ROADWAY, ABANDON IT IMMEDIATELY AND SEEK
HIGHER GROUND.  THE WATER MAY SWEEP THE VEHICLE AND ITS
OCCUPANTS AWAY.

DAM FAILURES CAN ALSO LEAD TO FLOODS OR FLASH FLOODS.
WHILE NOT ALWAYS CAUSED BY THE WEATHER, DAM FAILURES CAN
LEAD TO EXTREMELY FAST RISES IN RIVER AND STREAM LEVELS.

HERE ARE SEVERAL FATAL FLOOD AND FLASH FLOOD EVENTS THAT
OCCURRED IN MAINE AND NEW HAMPSHIRE SINCE 1996.

  MAR 13 1996  ALTON, NEW HAMPSHIRE - A CATASTROPHIC FAILURE OF AN
               EARTHEN DAM ON MEADOWS POND CAUSED A FLASH FLOOD
               DOWNSTREAM OF THE DAM.  A WOMEN WHO WAS TRYING TO
               FLEE THE FLOOD WATERS IN HER PICKUP TRUCK DROWNED
               AFTER HER VEHICLE WAS WASHED OFF THE ROADWAY AND INTO
               A RAVINE.

  JUL 13 1996  BRISTOL, NEW HAMPSHIRE - THREE TO FOUR INCHES OF RAIN
               FROM THE REMNANTS OF HURRICANE BERTHA CAUSED MANY
               SMALL RIVERS AND STREAMS TO FLOOD.  A 10-YEAR OLD BOY
               PLAYING IN THE RAIN-SWOLLEN NEWFOUND RIVER WAS SWEPT
               TO HIS DEATH.

  OCT 21 1996  SCARBOROUGH, MAINE - FOUR TO 19 INCHES OF RAIN CAUSED
               VERY SERIOUS FLOODING IN NEW HAMPSHIRE AND WESTERN
               MAINE.  ONE MAN DROWNED WHEN HE DROVE HIS CAR INTO A
               FLOODED ROADWAY.  UNKNOWN TO THE MAN, THE ROAD HAD
               ALREADY BEEN WASHED AWAY.

  MAR 31 1998  FRANKLIN COUNTY, MAINE - SNOWMELT, CAUSED BY RECORD-
               BREAKING WARMTH, COMBINED WITH RECENT RAINFALL TO
               CAUSE MANY RIVERS AND STREAMS TO RISE.  ONE MAN
               DROWNED WHEN HE DROVE HIS TRUCK INTO A FLOODED
               ROADWAY.

  JUN 27 1998  BRIDGEWATER, NEW HAMPSHIRE - HEAVY, SLOW-MOVING
               THUNDERSTORMS CAUSED THE BAKER RIVER AND IT`S
               TRIBUTARIES TO RISE RAPIDLY.  ONE MAN DROWNED WHEN HE
               WAS SUCKED INTO A CULVERT WHILE ATTEMPTING TO CLEAR
               DEBRIS FROM THE CULVERT.  A SECOND MAN WAS INJURED.

  APR 16 2007  LEBANON, MAINE - A WOMAN AND HER 4-YEAR OLD
               GRANDDAUGHTER THAT SHE WAS CARRYING WERE SWEPT
               TO THEIR DEATH AS THEY ATTEMPTED TO CROSS A
               FLOODED ROADWAY ON FOOT.

  AUG 07 2008  ASHLAND, NEW HAMPSHIRE - A 7-YEAR-OLD GIRL DROWNED
               WHEN A BRIDGE WASHED AWAY AS HER FAMILY TRIED TO
               DRIVE OUT OF A FLOODED CAMPGROUND.

TO ALERT THE PUBLIC TO THE THREAT OF FLOODING, THE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ISSUES FLOOD AND FLASH FLOOD
WATCHES AND WARNINGS.  A FLOOD WATCH INDICATES
FLOODING/FLASH FLOODING IS POSSIBLE, AND IS USUALLY ISSUED
IN ANTICIPATION OF HEAVY RAINFALL.  A FLOOD/FLASH FLOOD
WARNING INDICATES THAT FLOODING IS IMMINENT OR IS ALREADY
OCCURRING.  IF YOU HEAR THAT A FLOOD/FLASH FLOOD WARNING
HAS BEEN ISSUED FOR YOUR AREA, MOVE IMMEDIATELY TO HIGHER
GROUND IF FLOOD WATERS THREATEN.

HERE ARE SOME FLOOD/FLASH FLOOD FACTS AND SAFETY TIPS.

   *  NEVER DRIVE A CAR INTO A FLOODED ROADWAY.  MORE THAN
      HALF OF ALL FLASH FLOOD FATALITIES ARE VEHICLE
      RELATED.

   *  KEEP AWAY FROM STREAMS DURING HEAVY RAINFALL EVENTS.
      SWIFTLY MOVING WATER IS EXTREMELY POWERFUL AND CAN
      EASILY OVERPOWER A PERSON.

   *  KEEP CHILDREN INSIDE AND AWAY FROM FLOODED STREETS,
      CULVERTS, AND STREAMS.

   *  REPORT ANY FLOODING TO THE APPROPRIATE AUTHORITIES.

   *  IF ADVISED TO EVACUATE, DO SO IMMEDIATELY.

   *  OBEY ALL ROAD BLOCKS AND BARRIERS, EVEN IF THE FLOODING HAS
      RECEDED.  FLOOD WATERS MAY HAVE UNDERCUT THE ROAD SURFACE OR
      LEFT DANGEROUS DEBRIS IN THE ROADWAY.

   *  IF YOU LIVE IN A FLOOD PRONE AREA, HAVE A PLAN IN CASE THE
      WATER STARTS RISING QUICKLY.

$$


JENSENIUS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
GRAY, MAINE




000
NOUS41 KGYX 011110
PNSGYX

MEZ007>009-012>014-018>022-023>028-NHZ001>015-021200

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY ME
710 AM EDT FRI MAY 01 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED THE WEEK OF
APRIL 27TH THROUGH MAY 1ST, SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK
IN NEW ENGLAND.  THIS IS THE LAST IN A SERIES OF FIVE
PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENTS ON VARIOUS TOPICS RELATED TO
SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS.

...SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS - FLOODS AND FLASH FLOODS...

IN ADDITION TO LIGHTNING, HIGH WINDS, HAIL, AND TORNADOES,
SUMMERTIME THUNDERSTORMS ALSO BRING THE THREAT OF FLOODING
AND FLASH FLOODING TO NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND.  IN THE
SUMMERTIME, MOST FLASH FLOODS ARE CAUSED BY HEAVY, SLOWLY
MOVING THUNDERSTORMS WHICH CAN PRODUCE EXCESSIVE RAINFALL
IN AN AREA IN JUST A SHORT PERIOD OF TIME.  IN ADDITION TO
THE RAINFALL, TOPOGRAPHY, SOIL CONDITIONS, AND GROUND
COVER HELP DETERMINE HOW MUCH OF THE RAINFALL SOAKS INTO
THE GROUND AND HOW MUCH OF THE RAINFALL RUNS OFF INTO
STREAMS AND RIVERS.

LAST YEAR, ON JULY 2, A FLASH FLOOD CAUSED BY SLOW-MOVING
THUNDERSTORMS WHICH PRODUCED 2 TO 4 INCHES OF RAIN IN JUST
3 HOURS, CAUSED AN ESTIMATED $10 MILLION IN DAMAGE IN
GRAFTON AND SULLIVAN COUNTIES.

NATIONWIDE, FLOODS AND FLASH FLOODS ARE THE GREATEST
STORM-RELATED KILLER, CLAIMING THE LIVES OF ABOUT 85
PEOPLE ANNUALLY. SIMILAR TO THE REST OF THE NATION, FLOODS
AND FLASH FLOODS ARE THE NUMBER ONE STORM-RELATED KILLER
IN NEW ENGLAND.  IN ADDITION, FLOODS AND FLASH FLOODS ARE
RESPONSIBLE FOR A CONSIDERABLE AMOUNT OF PUBLIC AND
PRIVATE PROPERTY DAMAGE.

NATIONALLY, 66 PERCENT OF LAST YEAR`S FLOOD FATALITIES
WERE CAUSED BY PEOPLE ATTEMPTING TO DRIVE THROUGH FLOODED
AREAS.  ANOTHER 19 PERCENT WERE CAUSED PEOPLE ATTEMPTING
TO RUN, WALK, SWIM, OR JUST FELL INTO A FLOODED AREA.  AS
LITTLE AS 2 FEET OF WATER WILL FLOAT MOST CARS AND SMALL
TRUCKS.  IF YOUR VEHICLE BEGINS TO FLOAT, YOU LOSE
COMPLETE CONTROL OVER THE VEHICLE. IF YOUR VEHICLE STALLS
IN A FLOODED ROADWAY, ABANDON IT IMMEDIATELY AND SEEK
HIGHER GROUND.  THE WATER MAY SWEEP THE VEHICLE AND ITS
OCCUPANTS AWAY.

DAM FAILURES CAN ALSO LEAD TO FLOODS OR FLASH FLOODS.
WHILE NOT ALWAYS CAUSED BY THE WEATHER, DAM FAILURES CAN
LEAD TO EXTREMELY FAST RISES IN RIVER AND STREAM LEVELS.

HERE ARE SEVERAL FATAL FLOOD AND FLASH FLOOD EVENTS THAT
OCCURRED IN MAINE AND NEW HAMPSHIRE SINCE 1996.

  MAR 13 1996  ALTON, NEW HAMPSHIRE - A CATASTROPHIC FAILURE OF AN
               EARTHEN DAM ON MEADOWS POND CAUSED A FLASH FLOOD
               DOWNSTREAM OF THE DAM.  A WOMEN WHO WAS TRYING TO
               FLEE THE FLOOD WATERS IN HER PICKUP TRUCK DROWNED
               AFTER HER VEHICLE WAS WASHED OFF THE ROADWAY AND INTO
               A RAVINE.

  JUL 13 1996  BRISTOL, NEW HAMPSHIRE - THREE TO FOUR INCHES OF RAIN
               FROM THE REMNANTS OF HURRICANE BERTHA CAUSED MANY
               SMALL RIVERS AND STREAMS TO FLOOD.  A 10-YEAR OLD BOY
               PLAYING IN THE RAIN-SWOLLEN NEWFOUND RIVER WAS SWEPT
               TO HIS DEATH.

  OCT 21 1996  SCARBOROUGH, MAINE - FOUR TO 19 INCHES OF RAIN CAUSED
               VERY SERIOUS FLOODING IN NEW HAMPSHIRE AND WESTERN
               MAINE.  ONE MAN DROWNED WHEN HE DROVE HIS CAR INTO A
               FLOODED ROADWAY.  UNKNOWN TO THE MAN, THE ROAD HAD
               ALREADY BEEN WASHED AWAY.

  MAR 31 1998  FRANKLIN COUNTY, MAINE - SNOWMELT, CAUSED BY RECORD-
               BREAKING WARMTH, COMBINED WITH RECENT RAINFALL TO
               CAUSE MANY RIVERS AND STREAMS TO RISE.  ONE MAN
               DROWNED WHEN HE DROVE HIS TRUCK INTO A FLOODED
               ROADWAY.

  JUN 27 1998  BRIDGEWATER, NEW HAMPSHIRE - HEAVY, SLOW-MOVING
               THUNDERSTORMS CAUSED THE BAKER RIVER AND IT`S
               TRIBUTARIES TO RISE RAPIDLY.  ONE MAN DROWNED WHEN HE
               WAS SUCKED INTO A CULVERT WHILE ATTEMPTING TO CLEAR
               DEBRIS FROM THE CULVERT.  A SECOND MAN WAS INJURED.

  APR 16 2007  LEBANON, MAINE - A WOMAN AND HER 4-YEAR OLD
               GRANDDAUGHTER THAT SHE WAS CARRYING WERE SWEPT
               TO THEIR DEATH AS THEY ATTEMPTED TO CROSS A
               FLOODED ROADWAY ON FOOT.

  AUG 07 2008  ASHLAND, NEW HAMPSHIRE - A 7-YEAR-OLD GIRL DROWNED
               WHEN A BRIDGE WASHED AWAY AS HER FAMILY TRIED TO
               DRIVE OUT OF A FLOODED CAMPGROUND.

TO ALERT THE PUBLIC TO THE THREAT OF FLOODING, THE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ISSUES FLOOD AND FLASH FLOOD
WATCHES AND WARNINGS.  A FLOOD WATCH INDICATES
FLOODING/FLASH FLOODING IS POSSIBLE, AND IS USUALLY ISSUED
IN ANTICIPATION OF HEAVY RAINFALL.  A FLOOD/FLASH FLOOD
WARNING INDICATES THAT FLOODING IS IMMINENT OR IS ALREADY
OCCURRING.  IF YOU HEAR THAT A FLOOD/FLASH FLOOD WARNING
HAS BEEN ISSUED FOR YOUR AREA, MOVE IMMEDIATELY TO HIGHER
GROUND IF FLOOD WATERS THREATEN.

HERE ARE SOME FLOOD/FLASH FLOOD FACTS AND SAFETY TIPS.

   *  NEVER DRIVE A CAR INTO A FLOODED ROADWAY.  MORE THAN
      HALF OF ALL FLASH FLOOD FATALITIES ARE VEHICLE
      RELATED.

   *  KEEP AWAY FROM STREAMS DURING HEAVY RAINFALL EVENTS.
      SWIFTLY MOVING WATER IS EXTREMELY POWERFUL AND CAN
      EASILY OVERPOWER A PERSON.

   *  KEEP CHILDREN INSIDE AND AWAY FROM FLOODED STREETS,
      CULVERTS, AND STREAMS.

   *  REPORT ANY FLOODING TO THE APPROPRIATE AUTHORITIES.

   *  IF ADVISED TO EVACUATE, DO SO IMMEDIATELY.

   *  OBEY ALL ROAD BLOCKS AND BARRIERS, EVEN IF THE FLOODING HAS
      RECEDED.  FLOOD WATERS MAY HAVE UNDERCUT THE ROAD SURFACE OR
      LEFT DANGEROUS DEBRIS IN THE ROADWAY.

   *  IF YOU LIVE IN A FLOOD PRONE AREA, HAVE A PLAN IN CASE THE
      WATER STARTS RISING QUICKLY.

$$


JENSENIUS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
GRAY, MAINE

NNNN


000
NOUS41 KGYX 011110
PNSGYX

MEZ007>009-012>014-018>022-023>028-NHZ001>015-021200

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY ME
710 AM EDT FRI MAY 01 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED THE WEEK OF
APRIL 27TH THROUGH MAY 1ST, SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK
IN NEW ENGLAND.  THIS IS THE LAST IN A SERIES OF FIVE
PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENTS ON VARIOUS TOPICS RELATED TO
SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS.

...SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS - FLOODS AND FLASH FLOODS...

IN ADDITION TO LIGHTNING, HIGH WINDS, HAIL, AND TORNADOES,
SUMMERTIME THUNDERSTORMS ALSO BRING THE THREAT OF FLOODING
AND FLASH FLOODING TO NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND.  IN THE
SUMMERTIME, MOST FLASH FLOODS ARE CAUSED BY HEAVY, SLOWLY
MOVING THUNDERSTORMS WHICH CAN PRODUCE EXCESSIVE RAINFALL
IN AN AREA IN JUST A SHORT PERIOD OF TIME.  IN ADDITION TO
THE RAINFALL, TOPOGRAPHY, SOIL CONDITIONS, AND GROUND
COVER HELP DETERMINE HOW MUCH OF THE RAINFALL SOAKS INTO
THE GROUND AND HOW MUCH OF THE RAINFALL RUNS OFF INTO
STREAMS AND RIVERS.

LAST YEAR, ON JULY 2, A FLASH FLOOD CAUSED BY SLOW-MOVING
THUNDERSTORMS WHICH PRODUCED 2 TO 4 INCHES OF RAIN IN JUST
3 HOURS, CAUSED AN ESTIMATED $10 MILLION IN DAMAGE IN
GRAFTON AND SULLIVAN COUNTIES.

NATIONWIDE, FLOODS AND FLASH FLOODS ARE THE GREATEST
STORM-RELATED KILLER, CLAIMING THE LIVES OF ABOUT 85
PEOPLE ANNUALLY. SIMILAR TO THE REST OF THE NATION, FLOODS
AND FLASH FLOODS ARE THE NUMBER ONE STORM-RELATED KILLER
IN NEW ENGLAND.  IN ADDITION, FLOODS AND FLASH FLOODS ARE
RESPONSIBLE FOR A CONSIDERABLE AMOUNT OF PUBLIC AND
PRIVATE PROPERTY DAMAGE.

NATIONALLY, 66 PERCENT OF LAST YEAR`S FLOOD FATALITIES
WERE CAUSED BY PEOPLE ATTEMPTING TO DRIVE THROUGH FLOODED
AREAS.  ANOTHER 19 PERCENT WERE CAUSED PEOPLE ATTEMPTING
TO RUN, WALK, SWIM, OR JUST FELL INTO A FLOODED AREA.  AS
LITTLE AS 2 FEET OF WATER WILL FLOAT MOST CARS AND SMALL
TRUCKS.  IF YOUR VEHICLE BEGINS TO FLOAT, YOU LOSE
COMPLETE CONTROL OVER THE VEHICLE. IF YOUR VEHICLE STALLS
IN A FLOODED ROADWAY, ABANDON IT IMMEDIATELY AND SEEK
HIGHER GROUND.  THE WATER MAY SWEEP THE VEHICLE AND ITS
OCCUPANTS AWAY.

DAM FAILURES CAN ALSO LEAD TO FLOODS OR FLASH FLOODS.
WHILE NOT ALWAYS CAUSED BY THE WEATHER, DAM FAILURES CAN
LEAD TO EXTREMELY FAST RISES IN RIVER AND STREAM LEVELS.

HERE ARE SEVERAL FATAL FLOOD AND FLASH FLOOD EVENTS THAT
OCCURRED IN MAINE AND NEW HAMPSHIRE SINCE 1996.

  MAR 13 1996  ALTON, NEW HAMPSHIRE - A CATASTROPHIC FAILURE OF AN
               EARTHEN DAM ON MEADOWS POND CAUSED A FLASH FLOOD
               DOWNSTREAM OF THE DAM.  A WOMEN WHO WAS TRYING TO
               FLEE THE FLOOD WATERS IN HER PICKUP TRUCK DROWNED
               AFTER HER VEHICLE WAS WASHED OFF THE ROADWAY AND INTO
               A RAVINE.

  JUL 13 1996  BRISTOL, NEW HAMPSHIRE - THREE TO FOUR INCHES OF RAIN
               FROM THE REMNANTS OF HURRICANE BERTHA CAUSED MANY
               SMALL RIVERS AND STREAMS TO FLOOD.  A 10-YEAR OLD BOY
               PLAYING IN THE RAIN-SWOLLEN NEWFOUND RIVER WAS SWEPT
               TO HIS DEATH.

  OCT 21 1996  SCARBOROUGH, MAINE - FOUR TO 19 INCHES OF RAIN CAUSED
               VERY SERIOUS FLOODING IN NEW HAMPSHIRE AND WESTERN
               MAINE.  ONE MAN DROWNED WHEN HE DROVE HIS CAR INTO A
               FLOODED ROADWAY.  UNKNOWN TO THE MAN, THE ROAD HAD
               ALREADY BEEN WASHED AWAY.

  MAR 31 1998  FRANKLIN COUNTY, MAINE - SNOWMELT, CAUSED BY RECORD-
               BREAKING WARMTH, COMBINED WITH RECENT RAINFALL TO
               CAUSE MANY RIVERS AND STREAMS TO RISE.  ONE MAN
               DROWNED WHEN HE DROVE HIS TRUCK INTO A FLOODED
               ROADWAY.

  JUN 27 1998  BRIDGEWATER, NEW HAMPSHIRE - HEAVY, SLOW-MOVING
               THUNDERSTORMS CAUSED THE BAKER RIVER AND IT`S
               TRIBUTARIES TO RISE RAPIDLY.  ONE MAN DROWNED WHEN HE
               WAS SUCKED INTO A CULVERT WHILE ATTEMPTING TO CLEAR
               DEBRIS FROM THE CULVERT.  A SECOND MAN WAS INJURED.

  APR 16 2007  LEBANON, MAINE - A WOMAN AND HER 4-YEAR OLD
               GRANDDAUGHTER THAT SHE WAS CARRYING WERE SWEPT
               TO THEIR DEATH AS THEY ATTEMPTED TO CROSS A
               FLOODED ROADWAY ON FOOT.

  AUG 07 2008  ASHLAND, NEW HAMPSHIRE - A 7-YEAR-OLD GIRL DROWNED
               WHEN A BRIDGE WASHED AWAY AS HER FAMILY TRIED TO
               DRIVE OUT OF A FLOODED CAMPGROUND.

TO ALERT THE PUBLIC TO THE THREAT OF FLOODING, THE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ISSUES FLOOD AND FLASH FLOOD
WATCHES AND WARNINGS.  A FLOOD WATCH INDICATES
FLOODING/FLASH FLOODING IS POSSIBLE, AND IS USUALLY ISSUED
IN ANTICIPATION OF HEAVY RAINFALL.  A FLOOD/FLASH FLOOD
WARNING INDICATES THAT FLOODING IS IMMINENT OR IS ALREADY
OCCURRING.  IF YOU HEAR THAT A FLOOD/FLASH FLOOD WARNING
HAS BEEN ISSUED FOR YOUR AREA, MOVE IMMEDIATELY TO HIGHER
GROUND IF FLOOD WATERS THREATEN.

HERE ARE SOME FLOOD/FLASH FLOOD FACTS AND SAFETY TIPS.

   *  NEVER DRIVE A CAR INTO A FLOODED ROADWAY.  MORE THAN
      HALF OF ALL FLASH FLOOD FATALITIES ARE VEHICLE
      RELATED.

   *  KEEP AWAY FROM STREAMS DURING HEAVY RAINFALL EVENTS.
      SWIFTLY MOVING WATER IS EXTREMELY POWERFUL AND CAN
      EASILY OVERPOWER A PERSON.

   *  KEEP CHILDREN INSIDE AND AWAY FROM FLOODED STREETS,
      CULVERTS, AND STREAMS.

   *  REPORT ANY FLOODING TO THE APPROPRIATE AUTHORITIES.

   *  IF ADVISED TO EVACUATE, DO SO IMMEDIATELY.

   *  OBEY ALL ROAD BLOCKS AND BARRIERS, EVEN IF THE FLOODING HAS
      RECEDED.  FLOOD WATERS MAY HAVE UNDERCUT THE ROAD SURFACE OR
      LEFT DANGEROUS DEBRIS IN THE ROADWAY.

   *  IF YOU LIVE IN A FLOOD PRONE AREA, HAVE A PLAN IN CASE THE
      WATER STARTS RISING QUICKLY.

$$


JENSENIUS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
GRAY, MAINE

NNNN


000
NOUS41 KGYX 011110
PNSGYX

MEZ007>009-012>014-018>022-023>028-NHZ001>015-021200

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY ME
710 AM EDT FRI MAY 01 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS DECLARED THE WEEK OF
APRIL 27TH THROUGH MAY 1ST, SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK
IN NEW ENGLAND.  THIS IS THE LAST IN A SERIES OF FIVE
PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENTS ON VARIOUS TOPICS RELATED TO
SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS.

...SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS - FLOODS AND FLASH FLOODS...

IN ADDITION TO LIGHTNING, HIGH WINDS, HAIL, AND TORNADOES,
SUMMERTIME THUNDERSTORMS ALSO BRING THE THREAT OF FLOODING
AND FLASH FLOODING TO NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND.  IN THE
SUMMERTIME, MOST FLASH FLOODS ARE CAUSED BY HEAVY, SLOWLY
MOVING THUNDERSTORMS WHICH CAN PRODUCE EXCESSIVE RAINFALL
IN AN AREA IN JUST A SHORT PERIOD OF TIME.  IN ADDITION TO
THE RAINFALL, TOPOGRAPHY, SOIL CONDITIONS, AND GROUND
COVER HELP DETERMINE HOW MUCH OF THE RAINFALL SOAKS INTO
THE GROUND AND HOW MUCH OF THE RAINFALL RUNS OFF INTO
STREAMS AND RIVERS.

LAST YEAR, ON JULY 2, A FLASH FLOOD CAUSED BY SLOW-MOVING
THUNDERSTORMS WHICH PRODUCED 2 TO 4 INCHES OF RAIN IN JUST
3 HOURS, CAUSED AN ESTIMATED $10 MILLION IN DAMAGE IN
GRAFTON AND SULLIVAN COUNTIES.

NATIONWIDE, FLOODS AND FLASH FLOODS ARE THE GREATEST
STORM-RELATED KILLER, CLAIMING THE LIVES OF ABOUT 85
PEOPLE ANNUALLY. SIMILAR TO THE REST OF THE NATION, FLOODS
AND FLASH FLOODS ARE THE NUMBER ONE STORM-RELATED KILLER
IN NEW ENGLAND.  IN ADDITION, FLOODS AND FLASH FLOODS ARE
RESPONSIBLE FOR A CONSIDERABLE AMOUNT OF PUBLIC AND
PRIVATE PROPERTY DAMAGE.

NATIONALLY, 66 PERCENT OF LAST YEAR`S FLOOD FATALITIES
WERE CAUSED BY PEOPLE ATTEMPTING TO DRIVE THROUGH FLOODED
AREAS.  ANOTHER 19 PERCENT WERE CAUSED PEOPLE ATTEMPTING
TO RUN, WALK, SWIM, OR JUST FELL INTO A FLOODED AREA.  AS
LITTLE AS 2 FEET OF WATER WILL FLOAT MOST CARS AND SMALL
TRUCKS.  IF YOUR VEHICLE BEGINS TO FLOAT, YOU LOSE
COMPLETE CONTROL OVER THE VEHICLE. IF YOUR VEHICLE STALLS
IN A FLOODED ROADWAY, ABANDON IT IMMEDIATELY AND SEEK
HIGHER GROUND.  THE WATER MAY SWEEP THE VEHICLE AND ITS
OCCUPANTS AWAY.

DAM FAILURES CAN ALSO LEAD TO FLOODS OR FLASH FLOODS.
WHILE NOT ALWAYS CAUSED BY THE WEATHER, DAM FAILURES CAN
LEAD TO EXTREMELY FAST RISES IN RIVER AND STREAM LEVELS.

HERE ARE SEVERAL FATAL FLOOD AND FLASH FLOOD EVENTS THAT
OCCURRED IN MAINE AND NEW HAMPSHIRE SINCE 1996.

  MAR 13 1996  ALTON, NEW HAMPSHIRE - A CATASTROPHIC FAILURE OF AN
               EARTHEN DAM ON MEADOWS POND CAUSED A FLASH FLOOD
               DOWNSTREAM OF THE DAM.  A WOMEN WHO WAS TRYING TO
               FLEE THE FLOOD WATERS IN HER PICKUP TRUCK DROWNED
               AFTER HER VEHICLE WAS WASHED OFF THE ROADWAY AND INTO
               A RAVINE.

  JUL 13 1996  BRISTOL, NEW HAMPSHIRE - THREE TO FOUR INCHES OF RAIN
               FROM THE REMNANTS OF HURRICANE BERTHA CAUSED MANY
               SMALL RIVERS AND STREAMS TO FLOOD.  A 10-YEAR OLD BOY
               PLAYING IN THE RAIN-SWOLLEN NEWFOUND RIVER WAS SWEPT
               TO HIS DEATH.

  OCT 21 1996  SCARBOROUGH, MAINE - FOUR TO 19 INCHES OF RAIN CAUSED
               VERY SERIOUS FLOODING IN NEW HAMPSHIRE AND WESTERN
               MAINE.  ONE MAN DROWNED WHEN HE DROVE HIS CAR INTO A
               FLOODED ROADWAY.  UNKNOWN TO THE MAN, THE ROAD HAD
               ALREADY BEEN WASHED AWAY.

  MAR 31 1998  FRANKLIN COUNTY, MAINE - SNOWMELT, CAUSED BY RECORD-
               BREAKING WARMTH, COMBINED WITH RECENT RAINFALL TO
               CAUSE MANY RIVERS AND STREAMS TO RISE.  ONE MAN
               DROWNED WHEN HE DROVE HIS TRUCK INTO A FLOODED
               ROADWAY.

  JUN 27 1998  BRIDGEWATER, NEW HAMPSHIRE - HEAVY, SLOW-MOVING
               THUNDERSTORMS CAUSED THE BAKER RIVER AND IT`S
               TRIBUTARIES TO RISE RAPIDLY.  ONE MAN DROWNED WHEN HE
               WAS SUCKED INTO A CULVERT WHILE ATTEMPTING TO CLEAR
               DEBRIS FROM THE CULVERT.  A SECOND MAN WAS INJURED.

  APR 16 2007  LEBANON, MAINE - A WOMAN AND HER 4-YEAR OLD
               GRANDDAUGHTER THAT SHE WAS CARRYING WERE SWEPT
               TO THEIR DEATH AS THEY ATTEMPTED TO CROSS A
               FLOODED ROADWAY ON FOOT.

  AUG 07 2008  ASHLAND, NEW HAMPSHIRE - A 7-YEAR-OLD GIRL DROWNED
               WHEN A BRIDGE WASHED AWAY AS HER FAMILY TRIED TO
               DRIVE OUT OF A FLOODED CAMPGROUND.

TO ALERT THE PUBLIC TO THE THREAT OF FLOODING, THE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ISSUES FLOOD AND FLASH FLOOD
WATCHES AND WARNINGS.  A FLOOD WATCH INDICATES
FLOODING/FLASH FLOODING IS POSSIBLE, AND IS USUALLY ISSUED
IN ANTICIPATION OF HEAVY RAINFALL.  A FLOOD/FLASH FLOOD
WARNING INDICATES THAT FLOODING IS IMMINENT OR IS ALREADY
OCCURRING.  IF YOU HEAR THAT A FLOOD/FLASH FLOOD WARNING
HAS BEEN ISSUED FOR YOUR AREA, MOVE IMMEDIATELY TO HIGHER
GROUND IF FLOOD WATERS THREATEN.

HERE ARE SOME FLOOD/FLASH FLOOD FACTS AND SAFETY TIPS.

   *  NEVER DRIVE A CAR INTO A FLOODED ROADWAY.  MORE THAN
      HALF OF ALL FLASH FLOOD FATALITIES ARE VEHICLE
      RELATED.

   *  KEEP AWAY FROM STREAMS DURING HEAVY RAINFALL EVENTS.
      SWIFTLY MOVING WATER IS EXTREMELY POWERFUL AND CAN
      EASILY OVERPOWER A PERSON.

   *  KEEP CHILDREN INSIDE AND AWAY FROM FLOODED STREETS,
      CULVERTS, AND STREAMS.

   *  REPORT ANY FLOODING TO THE APPROPRIATE AUTHORITIES.

   *  IF ADVISED TO EVACUATE, DO SO IMMEDIATELY.

   *  OBEY ALL ROAD BLOCKS AND BARRIERS, EVEN IF THE FLOODING HAS
      RECEDED.  FLOOD WATERS MAY HAVE UNDERCUT THE ROAD SURFACE OR
      LEFT DANGEROUS DEBRIS IN THE ROADWAY.

   *  IF YOU LIVE IN A FLOOD PRONE AREA, HAVE A PLAN IN CASE THE
      WATER STARTS RISING QUICKLY.

$$


JENSENIUS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
GRAY, MAINE

NNNN



000
NOUS46 KMFR 011001
PNSMFR

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MEDFORD OR
300 AM PDT FRI MAY 1 2015

...MEDFORD OREGON WEATHER REVIEW: APRIL 2015...

APRIL 2015 WAS CHARACTERIZED BY THE TYPICAL SHARP SWINGS IN WEATHER
THAT COME WITH SPRING. TEMPERATURES REMAINED ON THE COOLER SIDE OF
NORMAL AS THE ACTIVE PATTERN FROM MARCH CONTINUED INTO THE MIDDLE OF
APRIL. A FAIRLY STRONG COLD FRONT MOVED THROUGH THE AREA ON THE 7TH.
WHILE MEDFORD ONLY RECEIVED RAIN WITH THIS SYSTEM, OTHER LOCATIONS
WITHIN THE COUNTY WARNING AREA, SUCH AS SISKIYOU COUNTY, RECEIVED
SIGNIFICANT SNOW. THIS INCLUDED LOWER ELEVATIONS THAT HAVEN`T RECEIVED
THAT MUCH SNOW IN A FEW WINTERS. ANOTHER STRONG COLD FRONT PASSED
THROUGH ON THE 13TH BRINGING STRONG GUSTY WINDS TO THE ROGUE VALLEY AND
A SHARP DROP IN TEMPERATURE; ABOUT 10-15 DEGREES IN JUST AN HOUR. AFTER
THIS FRONT, TEMPERATURES WARMED SIGNIFICANTLY AS HIGH PRESSURE SETTLED
OVER THE REGION. ALTHOUGH NO RECORDS WERE BROKEN, HIGH TEMPERATURES
REACHED AS MUCH AS 15-20 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL ACROSS THE AREA. THE LAST
FRONT TO MOVE THROUGH DURING APRIL WAS FAIRLY DRY, BUT DID MANAGE TO
KNOCK TEMPERATURES DOWN TO NEAR NORMAL VALUES IN MEDFORD FOR A FEW
DAYS. HIGH PRESSURE MOVED IN TO FINISH APRIL OFF WARMER THAN NORMAL,
WITH THE WARMEST DAY OF THE YEAR SO FAR OCCURRING ON THE 27TH; 87
DEGREES WAS RECORDED AT THE MEDFORD AIRPORT.

THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE FOR APRIL WAS 53.7 DEGREES, WHICH IS 0.9
DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. THE AVERAGE MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE WAS 67.5 DEGREES,
WHICH IS 2.6 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. THE AVERAGE MINIMUM TEMPERATURE WAS
39.9 DEGREES, WHICH IS 0.9 DEGREES BELOW NORMAL. THE HIGHEST
TEMPERATURE FOR THE MONTH WAS 87 DEGREES ON THE 27TH. THE LOWEST
TEMPERATURE OF THE MONTH WAS 32 DEGREES ON THE 2ND.

THERE WERE 15 CLEAR DAYS, 12 PARTLY CLOUDY DAYS, AND 4 CLOUDY DAYS.

TOTAL PRECIPITATION WAS 0.60 INCHES WHICH IS 0.78 INCHES BELOW NORMAL.
THE GREATEST 24 HOUR TOTAL WAS 0.17 INCHES THAT FELL FROM THE 24TH TO
THE 25TH. THE WATER YEAR BEGAN OCTOBER 1ST AND IS CURRENTLY 13.35
INCHES WHICH IS 1.82 INCHES BELOW NORMAL. CALENDAR YEAR PRECIPITATION
IS 6.50 INCHES WHICH IS 1.03 INCHES BELOW NORMAL.

THE AVERAGE WIND FOR THE MONTH WAS 4.3 MPH. THE FASTEST RECORDED TWO-
MINUTE WIND WAS 31 MPH FROM THE NORTHWEST ON THE 13TH. THE PEAK WIND
WAS 40 MPH FROM THE NORTHWEST ALSO ON THE 13TH.

THE HIGHEST PRESSURE FOR THE MONTH WAS 30.51 INCHES ON THE 15TH. THE
LOWEST PRESSURE FOR THE MONTH WAS 29.64 INCHES ON THE 7TH.

DUNCAN


000
NOUS46 KMFR 011001
PNSMFR

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MEDFORD OR
300 AM PDT FRI MAY 1 2015

...MEDFORD OREGON WEATHER REVIEW: APRIL 2015...

APRIL 2015 WAS CHARACTERIZED BY THE TYPICAL SHARP SWINGS IN WEATHER
THAT COME WITH SPRING. TEMPERATURES REMAINED ON THE COOLER SIDE OF
NORMAL AS THE ACTIVE PATTERN FROM MARCH CONTINUED INTO THE MIDDLE OF
APRIL. A FAIRLY STRONG COLD FRONT MOVED THROUGH THE AREA ON THE 7TH.
WHILE MEDFORD ONLY RECEIVED RAIN WITH THIS SYSTEM, OTHER LOCATIONS
WITHIN THE COUNTY WARNING AREA, SUCH AS SISKIYOU COUNTY, RECEIVED
SIGNIFICANT SNOW. THIS INCLUDED LOWER ELEVATIONS THAT HAVEN`T RECEIVED
THAT MUCH SNOW IN A FEW WINTERS. ANOTHER STRONG COLD FRONT PASSED
THROUGH ON THE 13TH BRINGING STRONG GUSTY WINDS TO THE ROGUE VALLEY AND
A SHARP DROP IN TEMPERATURE; ABOUT 10-15 DEGREES IN JUST AN HOUR. AFTER
THIS FRONT, TEMPERATURES WARMED SIGNIFICANTLY AS HIGH PRESSURE SETTLED
OVER THE REGION. ALTHOUGH NO RECORDS WERE BROKEN, HIGH TEMPERATURES
REACHED AS MUCH AS 15-20 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL ACROSS THE AREA. THE LAST
FRONT TO MOVE THROUGH DURING APRIL WAS FAIRLY DRY, BUT DID MANAGE TO
KNOCK TEMPERATURES DOWN TO NEAR NORMAL VALUES IN MEDFORD FOR A FEW
DAYS. HIGH PRESSURE MOVED IN TO FINISH APRIL OFF WARMER THAN NORMAL,
WITH THE WARMEST DAY OF THE YEAR SO FAR OCCURRING ON THE 27TH; 87
DEGREES WAS RECORDED AT THE MEDFORD AIRPORT.

THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE FOR APRIL WAS 53.7 DEGREES, WHICH IS 0.9
DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. THE AVERAGE MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE WAS 67.5 DEGREES,
WHICH IS 2.6 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. THE AVERAGE MINIMUM TEMPERATURE WAS
39.9 DEGREES, WHICH IS 0.9 DEGREES BELOW NORMAL. THE HIGHEST
TEMPERATURE FOR THE MONTH WAS 87 DEGREES ON THE 27TH. THE LOWEST
TEMPERATURE OF THE MONTH WAS 32 DEGREES ON THE 2ND.

THERE WERE 15 CLEAR DAYS, 12 PARTLY CLOUDY DAYS, AND 4 CLOUDY DAYS.

TOTAL PRECIPITATION WAS 0.60 INCHES WHICH IS 0.78 INCHES BELOW NORMAL.
THE GREATEST 24 HOUR TOTAL WAS 0.17 INCHES THAT FELL FROM THE 24TH TO
THE 25TH. THE WATER YEAR BEGAN OCTOBER 1ST AND IS CURRENTLY 13.35
INCHES WHICH IS 1.82 INCHES BELOW NORMAL. CALENDAR YEAR PRECIPITATION
IS 6.50 INCHES WHICH IS 1.03 INCHES BELOW NORMAL.

THE AVERAGE WIND FOR THE MONTH WAS 4.3 MPH. THE FASTEST RECORDED TWO-
MINUTE WIND WAS 31 MPH FROM THE NORTHWEST ON THE 13TH. THE PEAK WIND
WAS 40 MPH FROM THE NORTHWEST ALSO ON THE 13TH.

THE HIGHEST PRESSURE FOR THE MONTH WAS 30.51 INCHES ON THE 15TH. THE
LOWEST PRESSURE FOR THE MONTH WAS 29.64 INCHES ON THE 7TH.

DUNCAN



000
NOUS42 KKEY 301519 CCA
PNSKEY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...UPDATE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE KEY WEST FL
1119 AM EDT THU APR 30 2015

...UPDATED TO INCLUDE COOP OBSERVATIONS...

...RAINFALL TOTALS FOR 29 APRIL 2015...

HERE ARE SOME RAINFALL TOTALS ACROSS THE FLORIDA KEYS FOR 29 APRIL
(MIDNIGHT TO MIDNIGHT - EASTERN DAYLIGHT TIME)

TOTALS ARE IN HUNDREDTHS OF AN INCH.

FORT JEFFERSON (DRY TORTUGAS) COOP2.30
KEY WEST NWS OFFICE 5.26
KEY WEST (NEW TOWN) 5.30
KEY WEST INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT ASOS5.28
NAVAL AIR STATION BOCA CHICA ASOS4.62
CUDJOE KEY CWOP 2.43
RAMROD KEY CWOP2.64
RAMROD KEY (FKAA) CWOP2.88
BIG PINE KEY (RADAR ESTIMATE) 3.10
BIG PINE KEY (NWR) HANDAR2.48
FLORIDA KEYS MARATHON AIRPORT ASOS2.57
MARATHON CWOP2.69
MARATHON - LITTLE VENICE CWOP2.23
CURRY HAMMOCK STATE PARK CWOP2.39
CURRY HAMMOCK STATE PARK COOP3.76
DUCK KEY CWOP2.05
DUCK KEY COOP2.98
LONG KEY CWOP1.27
NORTH KEY LARGO HANDAR2.63


COOP....COOPERATIVE OBSERVER PROGRAM
NWS.....NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
ASOS....AUTOMATED SURFACE OBSERVATION SYSTEM
CWOP....CITIZEN WEATHER OBSERVER PROGRAM
FKAA....FLORIDA KEYS AQUEDUCT AUTHORITY
NWR.....NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE

$$

CHESSER



000
NOUS42 KKEY 301519 CCA
PNSKEY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...UPDATE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE KEY WEST FL
1119 AM EDT THU APR 30 2015

...UPDATED TO INCLUDE COOP OBSERVATIONS...

...RAINFALL TOTALS FOR 29 APRIL 2015...

HERE ARE SOME RAINFALL TOTALS ACROSS THE FLORIDA KEYS FOR 29 APRIL
(MIDNIGHT TO MIDNIGHT - EASTERN DAYLIGHT TIME)

TOTALS ARE IN HUNDREDTHS OF AN INCH.

FORT JEFFERSON (DRY TORTUGAS) COOP2.30
KEY WEST NWS OFFICE 5.26
KEY WEST (NEW TOWN) 5.30
KEY WEST INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT ASOS5.28
NAVAL AIR STATION BOCA CHICA ASOS4.62
CUDJOE KEY CWOP 2.43
RAMROD KEY CWOP2.64
RAMROD KEY (FKAA) CWOP2.88
BIG PINE KEY (RADAR ESTIMATE) 3.10
BIG PINE KEY (NWR) HANDAR2.48
FLORIDA KEYS MARATHON AIRPORT ASOS2.57
MARATHON CWOP2.69
MARATHON - LITTLE VENICE CWOP2.23
CURRY HAMMOCK STATE PARK CWOP2.39
CURRY HAMMOCK STATE PARK COOP3.76
DUCK KEY CWOP2.05
DUCK KEY COOP2.98
LONG KEY CWOP1.27
NORTH KEY LARGO HANDAR2.63


COOP....COOPERATIVE OBSERVER PROGRAM
NWS.....NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
ASOS....AUTOMATED SURFACE OBSERVATION SYSTEM
CWOP....CITIZEN WEATHER OBSERVER PROGRAM
FKAA....FLORIDA KEYS AQUEDUCT AUTHORITY
NWR.....NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE

$$

CHESSER


000
NOUS42 KKEY 301519 CCA
PNSKEY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...UPDATE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE KEY WEST FL
1119 AM EDT THU APR 30 2015

...UPDATED TO INCLUDE COOP OBSERVATIONS...

...RAINFALL TOTALS FOR 29 APRIL 2015...

HERE ARE SOME RAINFALL TOTALS ACROSS THE FLORIDA KEYS FOR 29 APRIL
(MIDNIGHT TO MIDNIGHT - EASTERN DAYLIGHT TIME)

TOTALS ARE IN HUNDREDTHS OF AN INCH.

FORT JEFFERSON (DRY TORTUGAS) COOP2.30
KEY WEST NWS OFFICE 5.26
KEY WEST (NEW TOWN) 5.30
KEY WEST INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT ASOS5.28
NAVAL AIR STATION BOCA CHICA ASOS4.62
CUDJOE KEY CWOP 2.43
RAMROD KEY CWOP2.64
RAMROD KEY (FKAA) CWOP2.88
BIG PINE KEY (RADAR ESTIMATE) 3.10
BIG PINE KEY (NWR) HANDAR2.48
FLORIDA KEYS MARATHON AIRPORT ASOS2.57
MARATHON CWOP2.69
MARATHON - LITTLE VENICE CWOP2.23
CURRY HAMMOCK STATE PARK CWOP2.39
CURRY HAMMOCK STATE PARK COOP3.76
DUCK KEY CWOP2.05
DUCK KEY COOP2.98
LONG KEY CWOP1.27
NORTH KEY LARGO HANDAR2.63


COOP....COOPERATIVE OBSERVER PROGRAM
NWS.....NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
ASOS....AUTOMATED SURFACE OBSERVATION SYSTEM
CWOP....CITIZEN WEATHER OBSERVER PROGRAM
FKAA....FLORIDA KEYS AQUEDUCT AUTHORITY
NWR.....NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE

$$

CHESSER


000
NOUS42 KKEY 301504
PNSKEY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE KEY WEST FL
1105 AM EDT THU APR 30 2015

...RAINFALL TOTALS FOR 29 APRIL 2015...

HERE ARE SOME RAINFALL TOTALS ACROSS THE FLORIDA KEYS FOR 29 APRIL
(MIDNIGHT TO MIDNIGHT - EASTERN DAYLIGHT TIME)

TOTALS ARE IN HUNDREDTHS OF AN INCH.

KEY WEST NWS OFFICE 5.26
KEY WEST (NEW TOWN) 5.30
KEY WEST INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT ASOS5.28
NAVAL AIR STATION BOCA CHICA ASOS4.62
CUDJOE KEY CWOP 2.43
RAMROD KEY CWOP2.64
RAMROD KEY (FKAA) CWOP2.88
BIG PINE KEY (RADAR ESTIMATE) 3.10
BIG PINE KEY (NWR) HANDAR2.48
FLORIDA KEYS MARATHON AIRPORT ASOS2.57
MARATHON CWOP2.69
MARATHON - LITTLE VENICE CWOP2.23
CURRY HAMMOCK STATE PARK CWOP2.39
DUCK KEY CWOP2.05
LONG KEY CWOP1.27
NORTH KEY LARGO HANDAR2.63

NWS.....NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
ASOS....AUTOMATED SURFACE OBSERVATION SYSTEM
CWOP....CITIZEN WEATHER OBSERVER PROGRAM
FKAA....FLORIDA KEYS AQUEDUCT AUTHORITY
NWR.....NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE

$$

CHESSER



000
NOUS42 KKEY 301504
PNSKEY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE KEY WEST FL
1105 AM EDT THU APR 30 2015

...RAINFALL TOTALS FOR 29 APRIL 2015...

HERE ARE SOME RAINFALL TOTALS ACROSS THE FLORIDA KEYS FOR 29 APRIL
(MIDNIGHT TO MIDNIGHT - EASTERN DAYLIGHT TIME)

TOTALS ARE IN HUNDREDTHS OF AN INCH.

KEY WEST NWS OFFICE 5.26
KEY WEST (NEW TOWN) 5.30
KEY WEST INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT ASOS5.28
NAVAL AIR STATION BOCA CHICA ASOS4.62
CUDJOE KEY CWOP 2.43
RAMROD KEY CWOP2.64
RAMROD KEY (FKAA) CWOP2.88
BIG PINE KEY (RADAR ESTIMATE) 3.10
BIG PINE KEY (NWR) HANDAR2.48
FLORIDA KEYS MARATHON AIRPORT ASOS2.57
MARATHON CWOP2.69
MARATHON - LITTLE VENICE CWOP2.23
CURRY HAMMOCK STATE PARK CWOP2.39
DUCK KEY CWOP2.05
LONG KEY CWOP1.27
NORTH KEY LARGO HANDAR2.63

NWS.....NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
ASOS....AUTOMATED SURFACE OBSERVATION SYSTEM
CWOP....CITIZEN WEATHER OBSERVER PROGRAM
FKAA....FLORIDA KEYS AQUEDUCT AUTHORITY
NWR.....NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE

$$

CHESSER



000
NOUS42 KKEY 301504
PNSKEY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE KEY WEST FL
1105 AM EDT THU APR 30 2015

...RAINFALL TOTALS FOR 29 APRIL 2015...

HERE ARE SOME RAINFALL TOTALS ACROSS THE FLORIDA KEYS FOR 29 APRIL
(MIDNIGHT TO MIDNIGHT - EASTERN DAYLIGHT TIME)

TOTALS ARE IN HUNDREDTHS OF AN INCH.

KEY WEST NWS OFFICE 5.26
KEY WEST (NEW TOWN) 5.30
KEY WEST INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT ASOS5.28
NAVAL AIR STATION BOCA CHICA ASOS4.62
CUDJOE KEY CWOP 2.43
RAMROD KEY CWOP2.64
RAMROD KEY (FKAA) CWOP2.88
BIG PINE KEY (RADAR ESTIMATE) 3.10
BIG PINE KEY (NWR) HANDAR2.48
FLORIDA KEYS MARATHON AIRPORT ASOS2.57
MARATHON CWOP2.69
MARATHON - LITTLE VENICE CWOP2.23
CURRY HAMMOCK STATE PARK CWOP2.39
DUCK KEY CWOP2.05
LONG KEY CWOP1.27
NORTH KEY LARGO HANDAR2.63

NWS.....NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
ASOS....AUTOMATED SURFACE OBSERVATION SYSTEM
CWOP....CITIZEN WEATHER OBSERVER PROGRAM
FKAA....FLORIDA KEYS AQUEDUCT AUTHORITY
NWR.....NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE

$$

CHESSER



000
NOUS42 KKEY 301504
PNSKEY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE KEY WEST FL
1105 AM EDT THU APR 30 2015

...RAINFALL TOTALS FOR 29 APRIL 2015...

HERE ARE SOME RAINFALL TOTALS ACROSS THE FLORIDA KEYS FOR 29 APRIL
(MIDNIGHT TO MIDNIGHT - EASTERN DAYLIGHT TIME)

TOTALS ARE IN HUNDREDTHS OF AN INCH.

KEY WEST NWS OFFICE 5.26
KEY WEST (NEW TOWN) 5.30
KEY WEST INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT ASOS5.28
NAVAL AIR STATION BOCA CHICA ASOS4.62
CUDJOE KEY CWOP 2.43
RAMROD KEY CWOP2.64
RAMROD KEY (FKAA) CWOP2.88
BIG PINE KEY (RADAR ESTIMATE) 3.10
BIG PINE KEY (NWR) HANDAR2.48
FLORIDA KEYS MARATHON AIRPORT ASOS2.57
MARATHON CWOP2.69
MARATHON - LITTLE VENICE CWOP2.23
CURRY HAMMOCK STATE PARK CWOP2.39
DUCK KEY CWOP2.05
LONG KEY CWOP1.27
NORTH KEY LARGO HANDAR2.63

NWS.....NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
ASOS....AUTOMATED SURFACE OBSERVATION SYSTEM
CWOP....CITIZEN WEATHER OBSERVER PROGRAM
FKAA....FLORIDA KEYS AQUEDUCT AUTHORITY
NWR.....NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE

$$

CHESSER



000
NOUS42 KKEY 301504
PNSKEY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE KEY WEST FL
1105 AM EDT THU APR 30 2015

...RAINFALL TOTALS FOR 29 APRIL 2015...

HERE ARE SOME RAINFALL TOTALS ACROSS THE FLORIDA KEYS FOR 29 APRIL
(MIDNIGHT TO MIDNIGHT - EASTERN DAYLIGHT TIME)

TOTALS ARE IN HUNDREDTHS OF AN INCH.

KEY WEST NWS OFFICE 5.26
KEY WEST (NEW TOWN) 5.30
KEY WEST INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT ASOS5.28
NAVAL AIR STATION BOCA CHICA ASOS4.62
CUDJOE KEY CWOP 2.43
RAMROD KEY CWOP2.64
RAMROD KEY (FKAA) CWOP2.88
BIG PINE KEY (RADAR ESTIMATE) 3.10
BIG PINE KEY (NWR) HANDAR2.48
FLORIDA KEYS MARATHON AIRPORT ASOS2.57
MARATHON CWOP2.69
MARATHON - LITTLE VENICE CWOP2.23
CURRY HAMMOCK STATE PARK CWOP2.39
DUCK KEY CWOP2.05
LONG KEY CWOP1.27
NORTH KEY LARGO HANDAR2.63

NWS.....NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
ASOS....AUTOMATED SURFACE OBSERVATION SYSTEM
CWOP....CITIZEN WEATHER OBSERVER PROGRAM
FKAA....FLORIDA KEYS AQUEDUCT AUTHORITY
NWR.....NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE

$$

CHESSER


000
NOUS42 KKEY 301504
PNSKEY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE KEY WEST FL
1105 AM EDT THU APR 30 2015

...RAINFALL TOTALS FOR 29 APRIL 2015...

HERE ARE SOME RAINFALL TOTALS ACROSS THE FLORIDA KEYS FOR 29 APRIL
(MIDNIGHT TO MIDNIGHT - EASTERN DAYLIGHT TIME)

TOTALS ARE IN HUNDREDTHS OF AN INCH.

KEY WEST NWS OFFICE 5.26
KEY WEST (NEW TOWN) 5.30
KEY WEST INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT ASOS5.28
NAVAL AIR STATION BOCA CHICA ASOS4.62
CUDJOE KEY CWOP 2.43
RAMROD KEY CWOP2.64
RAMROD KEY (FKAA) CWOP2.88
BIG PINE KEY (RADAR ESTIMATE) 3.10
BIG PINE KEY (NWR) HANDAR2.48
FLORIDA KEYS MARATHON AIRPORT ASOS2.57
MARATHON CWOP2.69
MARATHON - LITTLE VENICE CWOP2.23
CURRY HAMMOCK STATE PARK CWOP2.39
DUCK KEY CWOP2.05
LONG KEY CWOP1.27
NORTH KEY LARGO HANDAR2.63

NWS.....NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
ASOS....AUTOMATED SURFACE OBSERVATION SYSTEM
CWOP....CITIZEN WEATHER OBSERVER PROGRAM
FKAA....FLORIDA KEYS AQUEDUCT AUTHORITY
NWR.....NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE

$$

CHESSER


000
NOCA42 TJSJ 301230 RRA
PNSSPN

COMUNICADO DE INFORMACION PUBLICA
SERVICIO NACIONAL DE METEOROLOGIA SAN JUAN PR
807 AM AST MIERCOLES 29 DE ABRIL DE 2015

...POLVO DEL SAHARA CONTINUA AYUDANDO A CREAR CONDICIONES CALIENTES
Y SECAS...

TEMPERATURAS ALTAS CERCA DEL RECORD SON POSIBLES NUEVAMENTE DESDE
ARECIBO HASTA EL AREA METROPOLITANA DE SAN JUAN...LUEGO DE IGUALAR
LA MARCA DE TEMPERATURA MINAMA CON 79 GRADOS ESTABLECIDA EN 2010. SE
DEBE TOMAR PRECAUCIONES PARA MINIMIZAR EL RIESGO DEL CALOR...
ESPECIALMENTE DESDE LA MITAD DEL DIA DE HOY HASTA MEDIADOS DE LA
TARDE. LAS TEMPERATURAS FLUCTUARAN ENTRE LOS 90 A 95 GRADOS Y EL
INDICE DE CALOR ESTARA ALREDEDOR DE LOS 100 GRADOS...MAYORMENTE A
TRAVES DE LAS ELEVACIONES BAJAS Y AREAS COSTERAS DEL NORTE Y SUR DE
PUERTO RICO.

AUNQUE SE ESPERA QUE EL POLVO DEL SAHARA...ACTUALMENTE MUY
APARENTE...DISMINUYA EL VIERNES...PARA RETORNAR TENMPRANO EN LA
SEMANA PROXIMA EN CANTIDADES MENORES. SE ESPERA QUE LAS CONDICIONES
SECAS Y CALIENTES CONTINUEN CON TEMPERATURAS ALTAS EN LAS EN LOS
90S.  SE PRONOSTICA QUE LA CORRIENTE DE VIENTOS DOMINANTE DEL SUR SE
TORNE MAS DEL ESTE PARA EL DOMINGO...RESULTANDO EN ALGUNA ACTIVIDAD
DISPERSA DE AGUACEROS EN LAS COSTAS SURESTE Y ESTE Y EN LAS LADERAS
DEL BARLOVENTO...SIN EMBARGO CONDICIONES SECAS RETORNARAN PARA LA
PROXIMA SEMANA.

$$


000
NOCA42 TJSJ 301230 RRA
PNSSPN

COMUNICADO DE INFORMACION PUBLICA
SERVICIO NACIONAL DE METEOROLOGIA SAN JUAN PR
807 AM AST MIERCOLES 29 DE ABRIL DE 2015

...POLVO DEL SAHARA CONTINUA AYUDANDO A CREAR CONDICIONES CALIENTES
Y SECAS...

TEMPERATURAS ALTAS CERCA DEL RECORD SON POSIBLES NUEVAMENTE DESDE
ARECIBO HASTA EL AREA METROPOLITANA DE SAN JUAN...LUEGO DE IGUALAR
LA MARCA DE TEMPERATURA MINAMA CON 79 GRADOS ESTABLECIDA EN 2010. SE
DEBE TOMAR PRECAUCIONES PARA MINIMIZAR EL RIESGO DEL CALOR...
ESPECIALMENTE DESDE LA MITAD DEL DIA DE HOY HASTA MEDIADOS DE LA
TARDE. LAS TEMPERATURAS FLUCTUARAN ENTRE LOS 90 A 95 GRADOS Y EL
INDICE DE CALOR ESTARA ALREDEDOR DE LOS 100 GRADOS...MAYORMENTE A
TRAVES DE LAS ELEVACIONES BAJAS Y AREAS COSTERAS DEL NORTE Y SUR DE
PUERTO RICO.

AUNQUE SE ESPERA QUE EL POLVO DEL SAHARA...ACTUALMENTE MUY
APARENTE...DISMINUYA EL VIERNES...PARA RETORNAR TENMPRANO EN LA
SEMANA PROXIMA EN CANTIDADES MENORES. SE ESPERA QUE LAS CONDICIONES
SECAS Y CALIENTES CONTINUEN CON TEMPERATURAS ALTAS EN LAS EN LOS
90S.  SE PRONOSTICA QUE LA CORRIENTE DE VIENTOS DOMINANTE DEL SUR SE
TORNE MAS DEL ESTE PARA EL DOMINGO...RESULTANDO EN ALGUNA ACTIVIDAD
DISPERSA DE AGUACEROS EN LAS COSTAS SURESTE Y ESTE Y EN LAS LADERAS
DEL BARLOVENTO...SIN EMBARGO CONDICIONES SECAS RETORNARAN PARA LA
PROXIMA SEMANA.

$$



000
NOCA42 TJSJ 301230 RRA
PNSSPN

COMUNICADO DE INFORMACION PUBLICA
SERVICIO NACIONAL DE METEOROLOGIA SAN JUAN PR
807 AM AST MIERCOLES 29 DE ABRIL DE 2015

...POLVO DEL SAHARA CONTINUA AYUDANDO A CREAR CONDICIONES CALIENTES
Y SECAS...

TEMPERATURAS ALTAS CERCA DEL RECORD SON POSIBLES NUEVAMENTE DESDE
ARECIBO HASTA EL AREA METROPOLITANA DE SAN JUAN...LUEGO DE IGUALAR
LA MARCA DE TEMPERATURA MINAMA CON 79 GRADOS ESTABLECIDA EN 2010. SE
DEBE TOMAR PRECAUCIONES PARA MINIMIZAR EL RIESGO DEL CALOR...
ESPECIALMENTE DESDE LA MITAD DEL DIA DE HOY HASTA MEDIADOS DE LA
TARDE. LAS TEMPERATURAS FLUCTUARAN ENTRE LOS 90 A 95 GRADOS Y EL
INDICE DE CALOR ESTARA ALREDEDOR DE LOS 100 GRADOS...MAYORMENTE A
TRAVES DE LAS ELEVACIONES BAJAS Y AREAS COSTERAS DEL NORTE Y SUR DE
PUERTO RICO.

AUNQUE SE ESPERA QUE EL POLVO DEL SAHARA...ACTUALMENTE MUY
APARENTE...DISMINUYA EL VIERNES...PARA RETORNAR TENMPRANO EN LA
SEMANA PROXIMA EN CANTIDADES MENORES. SE ESPERA QUE LAS CONDICIONES
SECAS Y CALIENTES CONTINUEN CON TEMPERATURAS ALTAS EN LAS EN LOS
90S.  SE PRONOSTICA QUE LA CORRIENTE DE VIENTOS DOMINANTE DEL SUR SE
TORNE MAS DEL ESTE PARA EL DOMINGO...RESULTANDO EN ALGUNA ACTIVIDAD
DISPERSA DE AGUACEROS EN LAS COSTAS SURESTE Y ESTE Y EN LAS LADERAS
DEL BARLOVENTO...SIN EMBARGO CONDICIONES SECAS RETORNARAN PARA LA
PROXIMA SEMANA.

$$


000
NOCA42 TJSJ 301230 RRA
PNSSPN

COMUNICADO DE INFORMACION PUBLICA
SERVICIO NACIONAL DE METEOROLOGIA SAN JUAN PR
807 AM AST MIERCOLES 29 DE ABRIL DE 2015

...POLVO DEL SAHARA CONTINUA AYUDANDO A CREAR CONDICIONES CALIENTES
Y SECAS...

TEMPERATURAS ALTAS CERCA DEL RECORD SON POSIBLES NUEVAMENTE DESDE
ARECIBO HASTA EL AREA METROPOLITANA DE SAN JUAN...LUEGO DE IGUALAR
LA MARCA DE TEMPERATURA MINAMA CON 79 GRADOS ESTABLECIDA EN 2010. SE
DEBE TOMAR PRECAUCIONES PARA MINIMIZAR EL RIESGO DEL CALOR...
ESPECIALMENTE DESDE LA MITAD DEL DIA DE HOY HASTA MEDIADOS DE LA
TARDE. LAS TEMPERATURAS FLUCTUARAN ENTRE LOS 90 A 95 GRADOS Y EL
INDICE DE CALOR ESTARA ALREDEDOR DE LOS 100 GRADOS...MAYORMENTE A
TRAVES DE LAS ELEVACIONES BAJAS Y AREAS COSTERAS DEL NORTE Y SUR DE
PUERTO RICO.

AUNQUE SE ESPERA QUE EL POLVO DEL SAHARA...ACTUALMENTE MUY
APARENTE...DISMINUYA EL VIERNES...PARA RETORNAR TENMPRANO EN LA
SEMANA PROXIMA EN CANTIDADES MENORES. SE ESPERA QUE LAS CONDICIONES
SECAS Y CALIENTES CONTINUEN CON TEMPERATURAS ALTAS EN LAS EN LOS
90S.  SE PRONOSTICA QUE LA CORRIENTE DE VIENTOS DOMINANTE DEL SUR SE
TORNE MAS DEL ESTE PARA EL DOMINGO...RESULTANDO EN ALGUNA ACTIVIDAD
DISPERSA DE AGUACEROS EN LAS COSTAS SURESTE Y ESTE Y EN LAS LADERAS
DEL BARLOVENTO...SIN EMBARGO CONDICIONES SECAS RETORNARAN PARA LA
PROXIMA SEMANA.

$$



000
NOUS41 KALY 301200
PNSALY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBANY NY
800 AM EDT THU APR 30 2015

...SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK CONTINUES...

APRIL 26 TO MAY 2 IS SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK IN NEW YORK...
CONNECTICUT...VERMONT...AND MASSACHUSETTS. ALL RESIDENTS ARE URGED
TO BE WEATHER READY BY PROTECTING THEMSELVES FROM THE HAZARDS OF
FLOODING...TORNADOES...AND SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS.

TODAY WE TAKE AN IN DEPTH LOOK AT TORNADOES AND CONDUCT OUR NEW
YORK SEVERE WEATHER COMMUNICATION DRILL AT 115 PM. OUR REGION
AVERAGES ABOUT FIVE TORNADOES PER YEAR. TORNADOES HAVE OCCURRED IN
NEW YORK AND WESTERN NEW ENGLAND DURING EVERY SEASON BUT ARE MOST
COMMON BETWEEN MAY AND AUGUST. TORNADOES CAN STRIKE ANYWHERE...
VALLEYS AND MOUNTAINS...CITIES...AND RURAL AREAS. TORNADOES ARE MOST
COMMON IN THE AFTERNOON AND EVENING...BUT OCCUR AT ALL HOURS.

TORNADOES ARE VIOLENTLY ROTATING COLUMNS OF AIR IN CONTACT WITH
THE GROUND AND ATTACHED TO THE CLOUD ABOVE. THE STRONGEST
TORNADOES HAVE WIND SPEEDS IN EXCESS OF 200 MPH...WIDTHS
APPROACHING ONE MILE...LENGTHS OF MANY MILES...AND DURATIONS OF UP
TO ONE HOUR. FORTUNATELY...MOST TORNADOES ARE CONSIDERABLY WEAKER
AND OF SHORTER DURATION. TORNADOES TYPICALLY MOVE AT ABOUT 30
MPH...BUT CAN MOVE AS FAST AS 70 MPH. IN NEW YORK AND NEW
ENGLAND...ABOUT 77 PERCENT OF ALL TORNADOES ARE WEAK...21 PERCENT
STRONG...AND ONLY ABOUT TWO PERCENT ARE CONSIDERED VIOLENT.

TORNADOES FORM IN AN ENVIRONMENT CONDUCIVE TO THUNDERSTORM
DEVELOPMENT. WINDS CHANGING DIRECTION AND SPEED WITH HEIGHT
PRODUCE A HORIZONTAL SPINNING IN THE ATMOSPHERE. STRONG UPWARD
MOTIONS IN THUNDERSTORMS TILT THE HORIZONTAL ROTATION TO THE
VERTICAL. AN AREA OF ROTATION NOW TWO TO SIX MILES WIDE EXTENDS
THROUGH THE MUCH OF THE THUNDERSTORM. MOST TORNADOES FORM IN THIS
AREA OF ROTATION CALLED THE MESOCYCLONE.

A NUMBER OF TORNADO MYTHS EXIST. A MYTH...WINDOWS SHOULD BE OPENED
TO EQUALIZE AIR PRESSURE. LEAVE THE WINDOWS ALONE. SEEK SHELTER
IMMEDIATELY. ANOTHER MYTH...LOW PRESSURE ASSOCIATED WITH TORNADOES
CAUSES BUILDINGS TO EXPLODE. VIOLENT TORNADIC WINDS AND DEBRIS
SLAMMING INTO A STRUCTURE CAUSE MOST OF THE DAMAGE. A MYTH...IF
YOU ARE CAUGHT OUTSIDE YOU SHOULD SEEK SHELTER UNDER AN OVERPASS.
SEEK SHELTER IN A STURDY REINFORCED BUILDING OR UNDERGROUND. OUTDOOR
SHELTER MAY PROVIDE LIMITED PROTECTION...BUT YOUR RISK WILL BE
REDUCED BY MOVING INSIDE A STRONG BUILDING OR BASEMENT.

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ISSUES TORNADO WATCHES AND WARNINGS
TO ALERT THE PUBLIC TO A TORNADO THREAT. A TORNADO WATCH MEANS
TORNADOES ARE POSSIBLE. CONTINUE WITH YOUR DAILY ROUTINE...BUT
BE READY TO TAKE QUICK ACTION SHOULD A TORNADO WARNING BE ISSUED.
A TORNADO WARNING MEANS THAT TORNADOES ARE IMMINENT OR OCCURRING.
SEEK SHELTER IMMEDIATELY...IN A BASEMENT IF POSSIBLE.

YOU SHOULD PREPARE FOR TORNADOES NOW. DEVELOP A SEVERE WEATHER
SAFETY PLAN. IDENTIFY SAFE SHELTERS WHERE YOU CAN GO SHOULD A
TORNADO THREATEN. KNOW THE BASIC WEATHER SAFETY TERMS. KEEP TUNED
TO YOUR FAVORITE MEDIA OUTLET FOR THE LATEST NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE STATEMENTS CONCERNING TORNADOES.

AT 115 PM...THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE...THE NEW YORK STATE
OFFICE OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT...THE NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT
OF EDUCATION AND THE NEW YORK STATE BROADCASTERS ASSOCIATION WILL
CONDUCT A TEST OF THE HAZARDOUS WEATHER WARNING SYSTEM. THIS DRILL
ALLOWS US TO TEST COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS AVAILABLE DURING HAZARDOUS
WEATHER SITUATIONS.

NOAA WEATHER RADIO OFFERS ONE WAY TO RECEIVE IMMEDIATE RELAY OF
SEVERE WEATHER WARNINGS. MANY LOCAL TELEVISION AND RADIO STATIONS
ALSO BROADCAST WEATHER ALERTS. COMPUTERS AND WIRELESS DEVICES CAN
ALSO RECEIVE WARNINGS. THE RED CROSS...MANY STATE EMERGENCY
MANAGEMENT AGENCIES AND PRIVATE VENDORS HAVE WIRELESS APPLICATIONS
THAT WILL ALERT YOU OF SEVERE WEATHER BY RELAYING NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE WARNINGS.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK...GO TO OUR
WEB SITE WWW.WEATHER.GOV. THEN CLICK ON EASTERN NEW YORK OR
WESTERN NEW ENGLAND. FINALLY...SELECT OUR SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS
LINK.

TOMORROW WE LOOK AT FLASH FLOODING.

$$

DIRIENZO



000
NOUS41 KALY 301200
PNSALY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBANY NY
800 AM EDT THU APR 30 2015

...SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK CONTINUES...

APRIL 26 TO MAY 2 IS SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK IN NEW YORK...
CONNECTICUT...VERMONT...AND MASSACHUSETTS. ALL RESIDENTS ARE URGED
TO BE WEATHER READY BY PROTECTING THEMSELVES FROM THE HAZARDS OF
FLOODING...TORNADOES...AND SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS.

TODAY WE TAKE AN IN DEPTH LOOK AT TORNADOES AND CONDUCT OUR NEW
YORK SEVERE WEATHER COMMUNICATION DRILL AT 115 PM. OUR REGION
AVERAGES ABOUT FIVE TORNADOES PER YEAR. TORNADOES HAVE OCCURRED IN
NEW YORK AND WESTERN NEW ENGLAND DURING EVERY SEASON BUT ARE MOST
COMMON BETWEEN MAY AND AUGUST. TORNADOES CAN STRIKE ANYWHERE...
VALLEYS AND MOUNTAINS...CITIES...AND RURAL AREAS. TORNADOES ARE MOST
COMMON IN THE AFTERNOON AND EVENING...BUT OCCUR AT ALL HOURS.

TORNADOES ARE VIOLENTLY ROTATING COLUMNS OF AIR IN CONTACT WITH
THE GROUND AND ATTACHED TO THE CLOUD ABOVE. THE STRONGEST
TORNADOES HAVE WIND SPEEDS IN EXCESS OF 200 MPH...WIDTHS
APPROACHING ONE MILE...LENGTHS OF MANY MILES...AND DURATIONS OF UP
TO ONE HOUR. FORTUNATELY...MOST TORNADOES ARE CONSIDERABLY WEAKER
AND OF SHORTER DURATION. TORNADOES TYPICALLY MOVE AT ABOUT 30
MPH...BUT CAN MOVE AS FAST AS 70 MPH. IN NEW YORK AND NEW
ENGLAND...ABOUT 77 PERCENT OF ALL TORNADOES ARE WEAK...21 PERCENT
STRONG...AND ONLY ABOUT TWO PERCENT ARE CONSIDERED VIOLENT.

TORNADOES FORM IN AN ENVIRONMENT CONDUCIVE TO THUNDERSTORM
DEVELOPMENT. WINDS CHANGING DIRECTION AND SPEED WITH HEIGHT
PRODUCE A HORIZONTAL SPINNING IN THE ATMOSPHERE. STRONG UPWARD
MOTIONS IN THUNDERSTORMS TILT THE HORIZONTAL ROTATION TO THE
VERTICAL. AN AREA OF ROTATION NOW TWO TO SIX MILES WIDE EXTENDS
THROUGH THE MUCH OF THE THUNDERSTORM. MOST TORNADOES FORM IN THIS
AREA OF ROTATION CALLED THE MESOCYCLONE.

A NUMBER OF TORNADO MYTHS EXIST. A MYTH...WINDOWS SHOULD BE OPENED
TO EQUALIZE AIR PRESSURE. LEAVE THE WINDOWS ALONE. SEEK SHELTER
IMMEDIATELY. ANOTHER MYTH...LOW PRESSURE ASSOCIATED WITH TORNADOES
CAUSES BUILDINGS TO EXPLODE. VIOLENT TORNADIC WINDS AND DEBRIS
SLAMMING INTO A STRUCTURE CAUSE MOST OF THE DAMAGE. A MYTH...IF
YOU ARE CAUGHT OUTSIDE YOU SHOULD SEEK SHELTER UNDER AN OVERPASS.
SEEK SHELTER IN A STURDY REINFORCED BUILDING OR UNDERGROUND. OUTDOOR
SHELTER MAY PROVIDE LIMITED PROTECTION...BUT YOUR RISK WILL BE
REDUCED BY MOVING INSIDE A STRONG BUILDING OR BASEMENT.

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ISSUES TORNADO WATCHES AND WARNINGS
TO ALERT THE PUBLIC TO A TORNADO THREAT. A TORNADO WATCH MEANS
TORNADOES ARE POSSIBLE. CONTINUE WITH YOUR DAILY ROUTINE...BUT
BE READY TO TAKE QUICK ACTION SHOULD A TORNADO WARNING BE ISSUED.
A TORNADO WARNING MEANS THAT TORNADOES ARE IMMINENT OR OCCURRING.
SEEK SHELTER IMMEDIATELY...IN A BASEMENT IF POSSIBLE.

YOU SHOULD PREPARE FOR TORNADOES NOW. DEVELOP A SEVERE WEATHER
SAFETY PLAN. IDENTIFY SAFE SHELTERS WHERE YOU CAN GO SHOULD A
TORNADO THREATEN. KNOW THE BASIC WEATHER SAFETY TERMS. KEEP TUNED
TO YOUR FAVORITE MEDIA OUTLET FOR THE LATEST NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE STATEMENTS CONCERNING TORNADOES.

AT 115 PM...THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE...THE NEW YORK STATE
OFFICE OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT...THE NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT
OF EDUCATION AND THE NEW YORK STATE BROADCASTERS ASSOCIATION WILL
CONDUCT A TEST OF THE HAZARDOUS WEATHER WARNING SYSTEM. THIS DRILL
ALLOWS US TO TEST COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS AVAILABLE DURING HAZARDOUS
WEATHER SITUATIONS.

NOAA WEATHER RADIO OFFERS ONE WAY TO RECEIVE IMMEDIATE RELAY OF
SEVERE WEATHER WARNINGS. MANY LOCAL TELEVISION AND RADIO STATIONS
ALSO BROADCAST WEATHER ALERTS. COMPUTERS AND WIRELESS DEVICES CAN
ALSO RECEIVE WARNINGS. THE RED CROSS...MANY STATE EMERGENCY
MANAGEMENT AGENCIES AND PRIVATE VENDORS HAVE WIRELESS APPLICATIONS
THAT WILL ALERT YOU OF SEVERE WEATHER BY RELAYING NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE WARNINGS.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK...GO TO OUR
WEB SITE WWW.WEATHER.GOV. THEN CLICK ON EASTERN NEW YORK OR
WESTERN NEW ENGLAND. FINALLY...SELECT OUR SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS
LINK.

TOMORROW WE LOOK AT FLASH FLOODING.

$$

DIRIENZO



000
NOUS41 KALY 301200
PNSALY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBANY NY
800 AM EDT THU APR 30 2015

...SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK CONTINUES...

APRIL 26 TO MAY 2 IS SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK IN NEW YORK...
CONNECTICUT...VERMONT...AND MASSACHUSETTS. ALL RESIDENTS ARE URGED
TO BE WEATHER READY BY PROTECTING THEMSELVES FROM THE HAZARDS OF
FLOODING...TORNADOES...AND SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS.

TODAY WE TAKE AN IN DEPTH LOOK AT TORNADOES AND CONDUCT OUR NEW
YORK SEVERE WEATHER COMMUNICATION DRILL AT 115 PM. OUR REGION
AVERAGES ABOUT FIVE TORNADOES PER YEAR. TORNADOES HAVE OCCURRED IN
NEW YORK AND WESTERN NEW ENGLAND DURING EVERY SEASON BUT ARE MOST
COMMON BETWEEN MAY AND AUGUST. TORNADOES CAN STRIKE ANYWHERE...
VALLEYS AND MOUNTAINS...CITIES...AND RURAL AREAS. TORNADOES ARE MOST
COMMON IN THE AFTERNOON AND EVENING...BUT OCCUR AT ALL HOURS.

TORNADOES ARE VIOLENTLY ROTATING COLUMNS OF AIR IN CONTACT WITH
THE GROUND AND ATTACHED TO THE CLOUD ABOVE. THE STRONGEST
TORNADOES HAVE WIND SPEEDS IN EXCESS OF 200 MPH...WIDTHS
APPROACHING ONE MILE...LENGTHS OF MANY MILES...AND DURATIONS OF UP
TO ONE HOUR. FORTUNATELY...MOST TORNADOES ARE CONSIDERABLY WEAKER
AND OF SHORTER DURATION. TORNADOES TYPICALLY MOVE AT ABOUT 30
MPH...BUT CAN MOVE AS FAST AS 70 MPH. IN NEW YORK AND NEW
ENGLAND...ABOUT 77 PERCENT OF ALL TORNADOES ARE WEAK...21 PERCENT
STRONG...AND ONLY ABOUT TWO PERCENT ARE CONSIDERED VIOLENT.

TORNADOES FORM IN AN ENVIRONMENT CONDUCIVE TO THUNDERSTORM
DEVELOPMENT. WINDS CHANGING DIRECTION AND SPEED WITH HEIGHT
PRODUCE A HORIZONTAL SPINNING IN THE ATMOSPHERE. STRONG UPWARD
MOTIONS IN THUNDERSTORMS TILT THE HORIZONTAL ROTATION TO THE
VERTICAL. AN AREA OF ROTATION NOW TWO TO SIX MILES WIDE EXTENDS
THROUGH THE MUCH OF THE THUNDERSTORM. MOST TORNADOES FORM IN THIS
AREA OF ROTATION CALLED THE MESOCYCLONE.

A NUMBER OF TORNADO MYTHS EXIST. A MYTH...WINDOWS SHOULD BE OPENED
TO EQUALIZE AIR PRESSURE. LEAVE THE WINDOWS ALONE. SEEK SHELTER
IMMEDIATELY. ANOTHER MYTH...LOW PRESSURE ASSOCIATED WITH TORNADOES
CAUSES BUILDINGS TO EXPLODE. VIOLENT TORNADIC WINDS AND DEBRIS
SLAMMING INTO A STRUCTURE CAUSE MOST OF THE DAMAGE. A MYTH...IF
YOU ARE CAUGHT OUTSIDE YOU SHOULD SEEK SHELTER UNDER AN OVERPASS.
SEEK SHELTER IN A STURDY REINFORCED BUILDING OR UNDERGROUND. OUTDOOR
SHELTER MAY PROVIDE LIMITED PROTECTION...BUT YOUR RISK WILL BE
REDUCED BY MOVING INSIDE A STRONG BUILDING OR BASEMENT.

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ISSUES TORNADO WATCHES AND WARNINGS
TO ALERT THE PUBLIC TO A TORNADO THREAT. A TORNADO WATCH MEANS
TORNADOES ARE POSSIBLE. CONTINUE WITH YOUR DAILY ROUTINE...BUT
BE READY TO TAKE QUICK ACTION SHOULD A TORNADO WARNING BE ISSUED.
A TORNADO WARNING MEANS THAT TORNADOES ARE IMMINENT OR OCCURRING.
SEEK SHELTER IMMEDIATELY...IN A BASEMENT IF POSSIBLE.

YOU SHOULD PREPARE FOR TORNADOES NOW. DEVELOP A SEVERE WEATHER
SAFETY PLAN. IDENTIFY SAFE SHELTERS WHERE YOU CAN GO SHOULD A
TORNADO THREATEN. KNOW THE BASIC WEATHER SAFETY TERMS. KEEP TUNED
TO YOUR FAVORITE MEDIA OUTLET FOR THE LATEST NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE STATEMENTS CONCERNING TORNADOES.

AT 115 PM...THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE...THE NEW YORK STATE
OFFICE OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT...THE NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT
OF EDUCATION AND THE NEW YORK STATE BROADCASTERS ASSOCIATION WILL
CONDUCT A TEST OF THE HAZARDOUS WEATHER WARNING SYSTEM. THIS DRILL
ALLOWS US TO TEST COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS AVAILABLE DURING HAZARDOUS
WEATHER SITUATIONS.

NOAA WEATHER RADIO OFFERS ONE WAY TO RECEIVE IMMEDIATE RELAY OF
SEVERE WEATHER WARNINGS. MANY LOCAL TELEVISION AND RADIO STATIONS
ALSO BROADCAST WEATHER ALERTS. COMPUTERS AND WIRELESS DEVICES CAN
ALSO RECEIVE WARNINGS. THE RED CROSS...MANY STATE EMERGENCY
MANAGEMENT AGENCIES AND PRIVATE VENDORS HAVE WIRELESS APPLICATIONS
THAT WILL ALERT YOU OF SEVERE WEATHER BY RELAYING NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE WARNINGS.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK...GO TO OUR
WEB SITE WWW.WEATHER.GOV. THEN CLICK ON EASTERN NEW YORK OR
WESTERN NEW ENGLAND. FINALLY...SELECT OUR SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS
LINK.

TOMORROW WE LOOK AT FLASH FLOODING.

$$

DIRIENZO


000
NOUS43 KGLD 301200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT THU APR 30 2015

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

IN 1906, A VIOLENT F3 TORNADO FORMED NEAR CEDAR BLUFFS KANSAS IN
DECATUR COUNTY, PASSED NORTH OF MARION, BEFORE DISSIPATING 8
MILES NORTHWEST OF DANBURY NEBRASKA. FOUR ENTIRE FARMS WERE
DESTROYED IN NEBRASKA. THE FIRST DAMAGE OCCURRED AS A SCHOOL WAS
HIT 8 MILES WEST OF DANBURY, ONE MILE SOUTH OF THE KANSAS
LINE. A BABY WAS KILLED  ON A NEBRASKA FARM.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 301200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT THU APR 30 2015

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

IN 1906, A VIOLENT F3 TORNADO FORMED NEAR CEDAR BLUFFS KANSAS IN
DECATUR COUNTY, PASSED NORTH OF MARION, BEFORE DISSIPATING 8
MILES NORTHWEST OF DANBURY NEBRASKA. FOUR ENTIRE FARMS WERE
DESTROYED IN NEBRASKA. THE FIRST DAMAGE OCCURRED AS A SCHOOL WAS
HIT 8 MILES WEST OF DANBURY, ONE MILE SOUTH OF THE KANSAS
LINE. A BABY WAS KILLED  ON A NEBRASKA FARM.

$$



000
NOUS43 KGLD 301200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT THU APR 30 2015

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

IN 1906, A VIOLENT F3 TORNADO FORMED NEAR CEDAR BLUFFS KANSAS IN
DECATUR COUNTY, PASSED NORTH OF MARION, BEFORE DISSIPATING 8
MILES NORTHWEST OF DANBURY NEBRASKA. FOUR ENTIRE FARMS WERE
DESTROYED IN NEBRASKA. THE FIRST DAMAGE OCCURRED AS A SCHOOL WAS
HIT 8 MILES WEST OF DANBURY, ONE MILE SOUTH OF THE KANSAS
LINE. A BABY WAS KILLED  ON A NEBRASKA FARM.

$$



000
NOUS41 KALY 301200
PNSALY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBANY NY
800 AM EDT THU APR 30 2015

...SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK CONTINUES...

APRIL 26 TO MAY 2 IS SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK IN NEW YORK...
CONNECTICUT...VERMONT...AND MASSACHUSETTS. ALL RESIDENTS ARE URGED
TO BE WEATHER READY BY PROTECTING THEMSELVES FROM THE HAZARDS OF
FLOODING...TORNADOES...AND SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS.

TODAY WE TAKE AN IN DEPTH LOOK AT TORNADOES AND CONDUCT OUR NEW
YORK SEVERE WEATHER COMMUNICATION DRILL AT 115 PM. OUR REGION
AVERAGES ABOUT FIVE TORNADOES PER YEAR. TORNADOES HAVE OCCURRED IN
NEW YORK AND WESTERN NEW ENGLAND DURING EVERY SEASON BUT ARE MOST
COMMON BETWEEN MAY AND AUGUST. TORNADOES CAN STRIKE ANYWHERE...
VALLEYS AND MOUNTAINS...CITIES...AND RURAL AREAS. TORNADOES ARE MOST
COMMON IN THE AFTERNOON AND EVENING...BUT OCCUR AT ALL HOURS.

TORNADOES ARE VIOLENTLY ROTATING COLUMNS OF AIR IN CONTACT WITH
THE GROUND AND ATTACHED TO THE CLOUD ABOVE. THE STRONGEST
TORNADOES HAVE WIND SPEEDS IN EXCESS OF 200 MPH...WIDTHS
APPROACHING ONE MILE...LENGTHS OF MANY MILES...AND DURATIONS OF UP
TO ONE HOUR. FORTUNATELY...MOST TORNADOES ARE CONSIDERABLY WEAKER
AND OF SHORTER DURATION. TORNADOES TYPICALLY MOVE AT ABOUT 30
MPH...BUT CAN MOVE AS FAST AS 70 MPH. IN NEW YORK AND NEW
ENGLAND...ABOUT 77 PERCENT OF ALL TORNADOES ARE WEAK...21 PERCENT
STRONG...AND ONLY ABOUT TWO PERCENT ARE CONSIDERED VIOLENT.

TORNADOES FORM IN AN ENVIRONMENT CONDUCIVE TO THUNDERSTORM
DEVELOPMENT. WINDS CHANGING DIRECTION AND SPEED WITH HEIGHT
PRODUCE A HORIZONTAL SPINNING IN THE ATMOSPHERE. STRONG UPWARD
MOTIONS IN THUNDERSTORMS TILT THE HORIZONTAL ROTATION TO THE
VERTICAL. AN AREA OF ROTATION NOW TWO TO SIX MILES WIDE EXTENDS
THROUGH THE MUCH OF THE THUNDERSTORM. MOST TORNADOES FORM IN THIS
AREA OF ROTATION CALLED THE MESOCYCLONE.

A NUMBER OF TORNADO MYTHS EXIST. A MYTH...WINDOWS SHOULD BE OPENED
TO EQUALIZE AIR PRESSURE. LEAVE THE WINDOWS ALONE. SEEK SHELTER
IMMEDIATELY. ANOTHER MYTH...LOW PRESSURE ASSOCIATED WITH TORNADOES
CAUSES BUILDINGS TO EXPLODE. VIOLENT TORNADIC WINDS AND DEBRIS
SLAMMING INTO A STRUCTURE CAUSE MOST OF THE DAMAGE. A MYTH...IF
YOU ARE CAUGHT OUTSIDE YOU SHOULD SEEK SHELTER UNDER AN OVERPASS.
SEEK SHELTER IN A STURDY REINFORCED BUILDING OR UNDERGROUND. OUTDOOR
SHELTER MAY PROVIDE LIMITED PROTECTION...BUT YOUR RISK WILL BE
REDUCED BY MOVING INSIDE A STRONG BUILDING OR BASEMENT.

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ISSUES TORNADO WATCHES AND WARNINGS
TO ALERT THE PUBLIC TO A TORNADO THREAT. A TORNADO WATCH MEANS
TORNADOES ARE POSSIBLE. CONTINUE WITH YOUR DAILY ROUTINE...BUT
BE READY TO TAKE QUICK ACTION SHOULD A TORNADO WARNING BE ISSUED.
A TORNADO WARNING MEANS THAT TORNADOES ARE IMMINENT OR OCCURRING.
SEEK SHELTER IMMEDIATELY...IN A BASEMENT IF POSSIBLE.

YOU SHOULD PREPARE FOR TORNADOES NOW. DEVELOP A SEVERE WEATHER
SAFETY PLAN. IDENTIFY SAFE SHELTERS WHERE YOU CAN GO SHOULD A
TORNADO THREATEN. KNOW THE BASIC WEATHER SAFETY TERMS. KEEP TUNED
TO YOUR FAVORITE MEDIA OUTLET FOR THE LATEST NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE STATEMENTS CONCERNING TORNADOES.

AT 115 PM...THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE...THE NEW YORK STATE
OFFICE OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT...THE NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT
OF EDUCATION AND THE NEW YORK STATE BROADCASTERS ASSOCIATION WILL
CONDUCT A TEST OF THE HAZARDOUS WEATHER WARNING SYSTEM. THIS DRILL
ALLOWS US TO TEST COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS AVAILABLE DURING HAZARDOUS
WEATHER SITUATIONS.

NOAA WEATHER RADIO OFFERS ONE WAY TO RECEIVE IMMEDIATE RELAY OF
SEVERE WEATHER WARNINGS. MANY LOCAL TELEVISION AND RADIO STATIONS
ALSO BROADCAST WEATHER ALERTS. COMPUTERS AND WIRELESS DEVICES CAN
ALSO RECEIVE WARNINGS. THE RED CROSS...MANY STATE EMERGENCY
MANAGEMENT AGENCIES AND PRIVATE VENDORS HAVE WIRELESS APPLICATIONS
THAT WILL ALERT YOU OF SEVERE WEATHER BY RELAYING NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE WARNINGS.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK...GO TO OUR
WEB SITE WWW.WEATHER.GOV. THEN CLICK ON EASTERN NEW YORK OR
WESTERN NEW ENGLAND. FINALLY...SELECT OUR SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS
LINK.

TOMORROW WE LOOK AT FLASH FLOODING.

$$

DIRIENZO


000
NOUS43 KGLD 301200
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT THU APR 30 2015

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

IN 1906, A VIOLENT F3 TORNADO FORMED NEAR CEDAR BLUFFS KANSAS IN
DECATUR COUNTY, PASSED NORTH OF MARION, BEFORE DISSIPATING 8
MILES NORTHWEST OF DANBURY NEBRASKA. FOUR ENTIRE FARMS WERE
DESTROYED IN NEBRASKA. THE FIRST DAMAGE OCCURRED AS A SCHOOL WAS
HIT 8 MILES WEST OF DANBURY, ONE MILE SOUTH OF THE KANSAS
LINE. A BABY WAS KILLED  ON A NEBRASKA FARM.

$$


000
NOUS42 KKEY 292225
PNSKEY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE KEY WEST FL
625 PM EDT WED APR 29 2015


...RAINFALL TOTALS SINCE MIDNIGHT ACROSS THE FLORIDA KEYS...

HERE ARE SOME RAINFALL TOTALS ACROSS THE FLORIDA KEYS THROUGH 600 PM
EDT TODAY...

TOTALS ARE IN HUNDREDTHS OF AN INCH.

KEY WEST NWS OFFICE 5.26
KEY WEST INTERNATIONAL AIRPORTASOS5.28
CUDJOE KEYCWOP2.43
RAMROD KEYCWOP2.64
RAMROD KEY (FKAA)2.88
FLORIDA KEYS MARATHON AIRPORT ASOS2.56
MARATHON CWOP2.69
MARATHON - LITTLE VENICE CWOP2.23
CURRY HAMMOCK STATE PARK CWOP2.39
DUCK KEY CWOP2.05
LONG KEY CWOP1.21
NORTH KEY LARGO HANDAR2.59

NWS.....NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
ASOS....AUTOMATED SURFACE OBSERVATION SYSTEM
CWOP....CITIZEN WEATHER OBSERVER PROGRAM
FKAA....FLORIDA KEYS AQUEDUCT AUTHORITY

$$

CHESSER/MP/BF



000
NOUS42 KKEY 292225
PNSKEY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE KEY WEST FL
625 PM EDT WED APR 29 2015


...RAINFALL TOTALS SINCE MIDNIGHT ACROSS THE FLORIDA KEYS...

HERE ARE SOME RAINFALL TOTALS ACROSS THE FLORIDA KEYS THROUGH 600 PM
EDT TODAY...

TOTALS ARE IN HUNDREDTHS OF AN INCH.

KEY WEST NWS OFFICE 5.26
KEY WEST INTERNATIONAL AIRPORTASOS5.28
CUDJOE KEYCWOP2.43
RAMROD KEYCWOP2.64
RAMROD KEY (FKAA)2.88
FLORIDA KEYS MARATHON AIRPORT ASOS2.56
MARATHON CWOP2.69
MARATHON - LITTLE VENICE CWOP2.23
CURRY HAMMOCK STATE PARK CWOP2.39
DUCK KEY CWOP2.05
LONG KEY CWOP1.21
NORTH KEY LARGO HANDAR2.59

NWS.....NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
ASOS....AUTOMATED SURFACE OBSERVATION SYSTEM
CWOP....CITIZEN WEATHER OBSERVER PROGRAM
FKAA....FLORIDA KEYS AQUEDUCT AUTHORITY

$$

CHESSER/MP/BF



000
NOUS42 KKEY 292225
PNSKEY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE KEY WEST FL
625 PM EDT WED APR 29 2015


...RAINFALL TOTALS SINCE MIDNIGHT ACROSS THE FLORIDA KEYS...

HERE ARE SOME RAINFALL TOTALS ACROSS THE FLORIDA KEYS THROUGH 600 PM
EDT TODAY...

TOTALS ARE IN HUNDREDTHS OF AN INCH.

KEY WEST NWS OFFICE 5.26
KEY WEST INTERNATIONAL AIRPORTASOS5.28
CUDJOE KEYCWOP2.43
RAMROD KEYCWOP2.64
RAMROD KEY (FKAA)2.88
FLORIDA KEYS MARATHON AIRPORT ASOS2.56
MARATHON CWOP2.69
MARATHON - LITTLE VENICE CWOP2.23
CURRY HAMMOCK STATE PARK CWOP2.39
DUCK KEY CWOP2.05
LONG KEY CWOP1.21
NORTH KEY LARGO HANDAR2.59

NWS.....NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
ASOS....AUTOMATED SURFACE OBSERVATION SYSTEM
CWOP....CITIZEN WEATHER OBSERVER PROGRAM
FKAA....FLORIDA KEYS AQUEDUCT AUTHORITY

$$

CHESSER/MP/BF



000
NOUS42 KKEY 292225
PNSKEY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE KEY WEST FL
625 PM EDT WED APR 29 2015


...RAINFALL TOTALS SINCE MIDNIGHT ACROSS THE FLORIDA KEYS...

HERE ARE SOME RAINFALL TOTALS ACROSS THE FLORIDA KEYS THROUGH 600 PM
EDT TODAY...

TOTALS ARE IN HUNDREDTHS OF AN INCH.

KEY WEST NWS OFFICE 5.26
KEY WEST INTERNATIONAL AIRPORTASOS5.28
CUDJOE KEYCWOP2.43
RAMROD KEYCWOP2.64
RAMROD KEY (FKAA)2.88
FLORIDA KEYS MARATHON AIRPORT ASOS2.56
MARATHON CWOP2.69
MARATHON - LITTLE VENICE CWOP2.23
CURRY HAMMOCK STATE PARK CWOP2.39
DUCK KEY CWOP2.05
LONG KEY CWOP1.21
NORTH KEY LARGO HANDAR2.59

NWS.....NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
ASOS....AUTOMATED SURFACE OBSERVATION SYSTEM
CWOP....CITIZEN WEATHER OBSERVER PROGRAM
FKAA....FLORIDA KEYS AQUEDUCT AUTHORITY

$$

CHESSER/MP/BF



000
NOUS42 KKEY 292225
PNSKEY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE KEY WEST FL
625 PM EDT WED APR 29 2015


...RAINFALL TOTALS SINCE MIDNIGHT ACROSS THE FLORIDA KEYS...

HERE ARE SOME RAINFALL TOTALS ACROSS THE FLORIDA KEYS THROUGH 600 PM
EDT TODAY...

TOTALS ARE IN HUNDREDTHS OF AN INCH.

KEY WEST NWS OFFICE 5.26
KEY WEST INTERNATIONAL AIRPORTASOS5.28
CUDJOE KEYCWOP2.43
RAMROD KEYCWOP2.64
RAMROD KEY (FKAA)2.88
FLORIDA KEYS MARATHON AIRPORT ASOS2.56
MARATHON CWOP2.69
MARATHON - LITTLE VENICE CWOP2.23
CURRY HAMMOCK STATE PARK CWOP2.39
DUCK KEY CWOP2.05
LONG KEY CWOP1.21
NORTH KEY LARGO HANDAR2.59

NWS.....NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
ASOS....AUTOMATED SURFACE OBSERVATION SYSTEM
CWOP....CITIZEN WEATHER OBSERVER PROGRAM
FKAA....FLORIDA KEYS AQUEDUCT AUTHORITY

$$

CHESSER/MP/BF


000
NOUS42 KKEY 292225
PNSKEY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE KEY WEST FL
625 PM EDT WED APR 29 2015


...RAINFALL TOTALS SINCE MIDNIGHT ACROSS THE FLORIDA KEYS...

HERE ARE SOME RAINFALL TOTALS ACROSS THE FLORIDA KEYS THROUGH 600 PM
EDT TODAY...

TOTALS ARE IN HUNDREDTHS OF AN INCH.

KEY WEST NWS OFFICE 5.26
KEY WEST INTERNATIONAL AIRPORTASOS5.28
CUDJOE KEYCWOP2.43
RAMROD KEYCWOP2.64
RAMROD KEY (FKAA)2.88
FLORIDA KEYS MARATHON AIRPORT ASOS2.56
MARATHON CWOP2.69
MARATHON - LITTLE VENICE CWOP2.23
CURRY HAMMOCK STATE PARK CWOP2.39
DUCK KEY CWOP2.05
LONG KEY CWOP1.21
NORTH KEY LARGO HANDAR2.59

NWS.....NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
ASOS....AUTOMATED SURFACE OBSERVATION SYSTEM
CWOP....CITIZEN WEATHER OBSERVER PROGRAM
FKAA....FLORIDA KEYS AQUEDUCT AUTHORITY

$$

CHESSER/MP/BF



000
NOUS44 KEWX 292134
PNSEWX
TXZ171>173-183>194-202>209-217>225-228-272241-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AUSTIN/SAN ANTONIO TX
434 PM CDT WED APR 29 2015


...UPDATE FOR AUSTIN-BERGSTROM (AUS) 30-YEAR MONTHLY RAINFALL
CLIMATE NORMALS...

A FIRST-ORDER CLIMATOLOGICAL STATION HAS BEEN IN OPERATION AT AUSTIN-
BERGSTROM INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (AUS) SINCE OCTOBER 17, 1942 WHEN
BERGSTROM AIR FORCE BASE PERSONNEL BEGAN TAKING OBSERVATIONS.
OBSERVATIONAL GAPS AND INCOMPLETE RECORDS OCCURRED DURING A
TRANSITIONAL PERIOD FOR THE STATION IN THE MID-1990S WHEN THE BASE
WAS CLOSED DOWN AND USED AS A CARGO AIRFIELD PRIOR TO BECOMING AN
INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. THE NATIONAL CENTERS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL
INFORMATION (NCEI), FORMERLY KNOWN AS THE NATIONAL CLIMATIC DATA
CENTER (NCDC), UTILIZED SURROUNDING STATIONS TO FILL IN THESE
OBSERVATIONAL GAPS PRIOR TO OCTOBER 1997 WHEN THE CURRENT AUTOMATED
SURFACE OBSERVING SYSTEM (ASOS) ARRAY WAS COMMISSIONED. HOWEVER, THE
30-YEAR MONTHLY CLIMATE NORMALS FOR 1981 TO 2010 ORIGINALLY
GENERATED BY NCEI FOR AUS DIFFERED DRAMATICALLY FROM SURROUNDING
SITES INCLUDING AUSTIN CAMP MABRY (ATT). THEREFORE, NCEI RERAN THEIR
ANALYSIS AT THE REQUEST OF THE AUSTIN-SAN ANTONIO NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE FORECAST OFFICE, WHICH HAS RESULTED IN THE FOLLOWING
UPDATED MONTHLY RAINFALL CLIMATE NORMALS FOR AUS:

JANUARY         2.20 INCHES
FEBRUARY        2.31 INCHES
MARCH           2.78 INCHES
APRIL           2.27 INCHES
MAY             4.05 INCHES
JUNE            4.63 INCHES
JULY            2.44 INCHES
AUGUST          2.03 INCHES
SEPTEMBER       2.54 INCHES
OCTOBER         4.24 INCHES
NOVEMBER        2.94 INCHES
DECEMBER        2.21 INCHES
ANNUAL TOTAL   34.64 INCHES

THESE UPDATED MONTHLY CLIMATE NORMALS WILL BE REFLECTED IN CLIMATE
REPORTS AND OTHER PUBLIC PRODUCTS ON OR BEFORE JUNE 1. PLEASE DIRECT
ANY ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS YOU MAY HAVE ABOUT THIS STATEMENT TO LARRY
HOPPER AT LARRY.HOPPER@NOAA.GOV OR PAUL YURA AT PAUL.YURA@NOAA.GOV.

$$


000
NOUS44 KEWX 292134
PNSEWX
TXZ171>173-183>194-202>209-217>225-228-272241-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AUSTIN/SAN ANTONIO TX
434 PM CDT WED APR 29 2015


...UPDATE FOR AUSTIN-BERGSTROM (AUS) 30-YEAR MONTHLY RAINFALL
CLIMATE NORMALS...

A FIRST-ORDER CLIMATOLOGICAL STATION HAS BEEN IN OPERATION AT AUSTIN-
BERGSTROM INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (AUS) SINCE OCTOBER 17, 1942 WHEN
BERGSTROM AIR FORCE BASE PERSONNEL BEGAN TAKING OBSERVATIONS.
OBSERVATIONAL GAPS AND INCOMPLETE RECORDS OCCURRED DURING A
TRANSITIONAL PERIOD FOR THE STATION IN THE MID-1990S WHEN THE BASE
WAS CLOSED DOWN AND USED AS A CARGO AIRFIELD PRIOR TO BECOMING AN
INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. THE NATIONAL CENTERS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL
INFORMATION (NCEI), FORMERLY KNOWN AS THE NATIONAL CLIMATIC DATA
CENTER (NCDC), UTILIZED SURROUNDING STATIONS TO FILL IN THESE
OBSERVATIONAL GAPS PRIOR TO OCTOBER 1997 WHEN THE CURRENT AUTOMATED
SURFACE OBSERVING SYSTEM (ASOS) ARRAY WAS COMMISSIONED. HOWEVER, THE
30-YEAR MONTHLY CLIMATE NORMALS FOR 1981 TO 2010 ORIGINALLY
GENERATED BY NCEI FOR AUS DIFFERED DRAMATICALLY FROM SURROUNDING
SITES INCLUDING AUSTIN CAMP MABRY (ATT). THEREFORE, NCEI RERAN THEIR
ANALYSIS AT THE REQUEST OF THE AUSTIN-SAN ANTONIO NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE FORECAST OFFICE, WHICH HAS RESULTED IN THE FOLLOWING
UPDATED MONTHLY RAINFALL CLIMATE NORMALS FOR AUS:

JANUARY         2.20 INCHES
FEBRUARY        2.31 INCHES
MARCH           2.78 INCHES
APRIL           2.27 INCHES
MAY             4.05 INCHES
JUNE            4.63 INCHES
JULY            2.44 INCHES
AUGUST          2.03 INCHES
SEPTEMBER       2.54 INCHES
OCTOBER         4.24 INCHES
NOVEMBER        2.94 INCHES
DECEMBER        2.21 INCHES
ANNUAL TOTAL   34.64 INCHES

THESE UPDATED MONTHLY CLIMATE NORMALS WILL BE REFLECTED IN CLIMATE
REPORTS AND OTHER PUBLIC PRODUCTS ON OR BEFORE JUNE 1. PLEASE DIRECT
ANY ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS YOU MAY HAVE ABOUT THIS STATEMENT TO LARRY
HOPPER AT LARRY.HOPPER@NOAA.GOV OR PAUL YURA AT PAUL.YURA@NOAA.GOV.

$$



000
NOUS44 KEWX 292134
PNSEWX
TXZ171>173-183>194-202>209-217>225-228-272241-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AUSTIN/SAN ANTONIO TX
434 PM CDT WED APR 29 2015


...UPDATE FOR AUSTIN-BERGSTROM (AUS) 30-YEAR MONTHLY RAINFALL
CLIMATE NORMALS...

A FIRST-ORDER CLIMATOLOGICAL STATION HAS BEEN IN OPERATION AT AUSTIN-
BERGSTROM INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (AUS) SINCE OCTOBER 17, 1942 WHEN
BERGSTROM AIR FORCE BASE PERSONNEL BEGAN TAKING OBSERVATIONS.
OBSERVATIONAL GAPS AND INCOMPLETE RECORDS OCCURRED DURING A
TRANSITIONAL PERIOD FOR THE STATION IN THE MID-1990S WHEN THE BASE
WAS CLOSED DOWN AND USED AS A CARGO AIRFIELD PRIOR TO BECOMING AN
INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. THE NATIONAL CENTERS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL
INFORMATION (NCEI), FORMERLY KNOWN AS THE NATIONAL CLIMATIC DATA
CENTER (NCDC), UTILIZED SURROUNDING STATIONS TO FILL IN THESE
OBSERVATIONAL GAPS PRIOR TO OCTOBER 1997 WHEN THE CURRENT AUTOMATED
SURFACE OBSERVING SYSTEM (ASOS) ARRAY WAS COMMISSIONED. HOWEVER, THE
30-YEAR MONTHLY CLIMATE NORMALS FOR 1981 TO 2010 ORIGINALLY
GENERATED BY NCEI FOR AUS DIFFERED DRAMATICALLY FROM SURROUNDING
SITES INCLUDING AUSTIN CAMP MABRY (ATT). THEREFORE, NCEI RERAN THEIR
ANALYSIS AT THE REQUEST OF THE AUSTIN-SAN ANTONIO NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE FORECAST OFFICE, WHICH HAS RESULTED IN THE FOLLOWING
UPDATED MONTHLY RAINFALL CLIMATE NORMALS FOR AUS:

JANUARY         2.20 INCHES
FEBRUARY        2.31 INCHES
MARCH           2.78 INCHES
APRIL           2.27 INCHES
MAY             4.05 INCHES
JUNE            4.63 INCHES
JULY            2.44 INCHES
AUGUST          2.03 INCHES
SEPTEMBER       2.54 INCHES
OCTOBER         4.24 INCHES
NOVEMBER        2.94 INCHES
DECEMBER        2.21 INCHES
ANNUAL TOTAL   34.64 INCHES

THESE UPDATED MONTHLY CLIMATE NORMALS WILL BE REFLECTED IN CLIMATE
REPORTS AND OTHER PUBLIC PRODUCTS ON OR BEFORE JUNE 1. PLEASE DIRECT
ANY ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS YOU MAY HAVE ABOUT THIS STATEMENT TO LARRY
HOPPER AT LARRY.HOPPER@NOAA.GOV OR PAUL YURA AT PAUL.YURA@NOAA.GOV.

$$


000
NOUS44 KEWX 292134
PNSEWX
TXZ171>173-183>194-202>209-217>225-228-272241-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AUSTIN/SAN ANTONIO TX
434 PM CDT WED APR 29 2015


...UPDATE FOR AUSTIN-BERGSTROM (AUS) 30-YEAR MONTHLY RAINFALL
CLIMATE NORMALS...

A FIRST-ORDER CLIMATOLOGICAL STATION HAS BEEN IN OPERATION AT AUSTIN-
BERGSTROM INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (AUS) SINCE OCTOBER 17, 1942 WHEN
BERGSTROM AIR FORCE BASE PERSONNEL BEGAN TAKING OBSERVATIONS.
OBSERVATIONAL GAPS AND INCOMPLETE RECORDS OCCURRED DURING A
TRANSITIONAL PERIOD FOR THE STATION IN THE MID-1990S WHEN THE BASE
WAS CLOSED DOWN AND USED AS A CARGO AIRFIELD PRIOR TO BECOMING AN
INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. THE NATIONAL CENTERS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL
INFORMATION (NCEI), FORMERLY KNOWN AS THE NATIONAL CLIMATIC DATA
CENTER (NCDC), UTILIZED SURROUNDING STATIONS TO FILL IN THESE
OBSERVATIONAL GAPS PRIOR TO OCTOBER 1997 WHEN THE CURRENT AUTOMATED
SURFACE OBSERVING SYSTEM (ASOS) ARRAY WAS COMMISSIONED. HOWEVER, THE
30-YEAR MONTHLY CLIMATE NORMALS FOR 1981 TO 2010 ORIGINALLY
GENERATED BY NCEI FOR AUS DIFFERED DRAMATICALLY FROM SURROUNDING
SITES INCLUDING AUSTIN CAMP MABRY (ATT). THEREFORE, NCEI RERAN THEIR
ANALYSIS AT THE REQUEST OF THE AUSTIN-SAN ANTONIO NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE FORECAST OFFICE, WHICH HAS RESULTED IN THE FOLLOWING
UPDATED MONTHLY RAINFALL CLIMATE NORMALS FOR AUS:

JANUARY         2.20 INCHES
FEBRUARY        2.31 INCHES
MARCH           2.78 INCHES
APRIL           2.27 INCHES
MAY             4.05 INCHES
JUNE            4.63 INCHES
JULY            2.44 INCHES
AUGUST          2.03 INCHES
SEPTEMBER       2.54 INCHES
OCTOBER         4.24 INCHES
NOVEMBER        2.94 INCHES
DECEMBER        2.21 INCHES
ANNUAL TOTAL   34.64 INCHES

THESE UPDATED MONTHLY CLIMATE NORMALS WILL BE REFLECTED IN CLIMATE
REPORTS AND OTHER PUBLIC PRODUCTS ON OR BEFORE JUNE 1. PLEASE DIRECT
ANY ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS YOU MAY HAVE ABOUT THIS STATEMENT TO LARRY
HOPPER AT LARRY.HOPPER@NOAA.GOV OR PAUL YURA AT PAUL.YURA@NOAA.GOV.

$$


000
NOUS44 KEWX 292134
PNSEWX
TXZ171>173-183>194-202>209-217>225-228-272241-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AUSTIN/SAN ANTONIO TX
434 PM CDT WED APR 29 2015


...UPDATE FOR AUSTIN-BERGSTROM (AUS) 30-YEAR MONTHLY RAINFALL
CLIMATE NORMALS...

A FIRST-ORDER CLIMATOLOGICAL STATION HAS BEEN IN OPERATION AT AUSTIN-
BERGSTROM INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (AUS) SINCE OCTOBER 17, 1942 WHEN
BERGSTROM AIR FORCE BASE PERSONNEL BEGAN TAKING OBSERVATIONS.
OBSERVATIONAL GAPS AND INCOMPLETE RECORDS OCCURRED DURING A
TRANSITIONAL PERIOD FOR THE STATION IN THE MID-1990S WHEN THE BASE
WAS CLOSED DOWN AND USED AS A CARGO AIRFIELD PRIOR TO BECOMING AN
INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. THE NATIONAL CENTERS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL
INFORMATION (NCEI), FORMERLY KNOWN AS THE NATIONAL CLIMATIC DATA
CENTER (NCDC), UTILIZED SURROUNDING STATIONS TO FILL IN THESE
OBSERVATIONAL GAPS PRIOR TO OCTOBER 1997 WHEN THE CURRENT AUTOMATED
SURFACE OBSERVING SYSTEM (ASOS) ARRAY WAS COMMISSIONED. HOWEVER, THE
30-YEAR MONTHLY CLIMATE NORMALS FOR 1981 TO 2010 ORIGINALLY
GENERATED BY NCEI FOR AUS DIFFERED DRAMATICALLY FROM SURROUNDING
SITES INCLUDING AUSTIN CAMP MABRY (ATT). THEREFORE, NCEI RERAN THEIR
ANALYSIS AT THE REQUEST OF THE AUSTIN-SAN ANTONIO NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE FORECAST OFFICE, WHICH HAS RESULTED IN THE FOLLOWING
UPDATED MONTHLY RAINFALL CLIMATE NORMALS FOR AUS:

JANUARY         2.20 INCHES
FEBRUARY        2.31 INCHES
MARCH           2.78 INCHES
APRIL           2.27 INCHES
MAY             4.05 INCHES
JUNE            4.63 INCHES
JULY            2.44 INCHES
AUGUST          2.03 INCHES
SEPTEMBER       2.54 INCHES
OCTOBER         4.24 INCHES
NOVEMBER        2.94 INCHES
DECEMBER        2.21 INCHES
ANNUAL TOTAL   34.64 INCHES

THESE UPDATED MONTHLY CLIMATE NORMALS WILL BE REFLECTED IN CLIMATE
REPORTS AND OTHER PUBLIC PRODUCTS ON OR BEFORE JUNE 1. PLEASE DIRECT
ANY ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS YOU MAY HAVE ABOUT THIS STATEMENT TO LARRY
HOPPER AT LARRY.HOPPER@NOAA.GOV OR PAUL YURA AT PAUL.YURA@NOAA.GOV.

$$


000
NOUS44 KEWX 292134
PNSEWX
TXZ171>173-183>194-202>209-217>225-228-272241-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AUSTIN/SAN ANTONIO TX
434 PM CDT WED APR 29 2015


...UPDATE FOR AUSTIN-BERGSTROM (AUS) 30-YEAR MONTHLY RAINFALL
CLIMATE NORMALS...

A FIRST-ORDER CLIMATOLOGICAL STATION HAS BEEN IN OPERATION AT AUSTIN-
BERGSTROM INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (AUS) SINCE OCTOBER 17, 1942 WHEN
BERGSTROM AIR FORCE BASE PERSONNEL BEGAN TAKING OBSERVATIONS.
OBSERVATIONAL GAPS AND INCOMPLETE RECORDS OCCURRED DURING A
TRANSITIONAL PERIOD FOR THE STATION IN THE MID-1990S WHEN THE BASE
WAS CLOSED DOWN AND USED AS A CARGO AIRFIELD PRIOR TO BECOMING AN
INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. THE NATIONAL CENTERS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL
INFORMATION (NCEI), FORMERLY KNOWN AS THE NATIONAL CLIMATIC DATA
CENTER (NCDC), UTILIZED SURROUNDING STATIONS TO FILL IN THESE
OBSERVATIONAL GAPS PRIOR TO OCTOBER 1997 WHEN THE CURRENT AUTOMATED
SURFACE OBSERVING SYSTEM (ASOS) ARRAY WAS COMMISSIONED. HOWEVER, THE
30-YEAR MONTHLY CLIMATE NORMALS FOR 1981 TO 2010 ORIGINALLY
GENERATED BY NCEI FOR AUS DIFFERED DRAMATICALLY FROM SURROUNDING
SITES INCLUDING AUSTIN CAMP MABRY (ATT). THEREFORE, NCEI RERAN THEIR
ANALYSIS AT THE REQUEST OF THE AUSTIN-SAN ANTONIO NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE FORECAST OFFICE, WHICH HAS RESULTED IN THE FOLLOWING
UPDATED MONTHLY RAINFALL CLIMATE NORMALS FOR AUS:

JANUARY         2.20 INCHES
FEBRUARY        2.31 INCHES
MARCH           2.78 INCHES
APRIL           2.27 INCHES
MAY             4.05 INCHES
JUNE            4.63 INCHES
JULY            2.44 INCHES
AUGUST          2.03 INCHES
SEPTEMBER       2.54 INCHES
OCTOBER         4.24 INCHES
NOVEMBER        2.94 INCHES
DECEMBER        2.21 INCHES
ANNUAL TOTAL   34.64 INCHES

THESE UPDATED MONTHLY CLIMATE NORMALS WILL BE REFLECTED IN CLIMATE
REPORTS AND OTHER PUBLIC PRODUCTS ON OR BEFORE JUNE 1. PLEASE DIRECT
ANY ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS YOU MAY HAVE ABOUT THIS STATEMENT TO LARRY
HOPPER AT LARRY.HOPPER@NOAA.GOV OR PAUL YURA AT PAUL.YURA@NOAA.GOV.

$$


000
NOUS41 KWBC 291934
PNSWSH

Public Information Statement, Comment Request Amended
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
335 PM EDT Wed Apr 29 2015

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

From:      Eli Jacks
           Acting Chief, Forecast Services Division

Subject:   Amended: Extending comment period for Experimental
           Satellite Rainfall Quantitative Precipitation
           Estimates (QPE) and Quantitative Precipitation
           Forecasts (QPF) graphical web page through November
           30, 2015

The NWS Tropical Analysis and Forecast Branch (TAFB) has extended
the comment period for seeking user feedback on its experimental
graphic Tropical Cyclone Satellite Rainfall Quantitative
Precipitation Estimates (QPE) and Quantitative Precipitation
Forecasts (QPF) graphical web pages through November 30, 2015.

TAFB has been providing, on an experimental basis, event-driven
Satellite Rainfall QPE and model-derived QPF for tropical
cyclones and tropical disturbances affecting areas within the
National Hurricane Center and Central Pacific Hurricane Center
areas of responsibility. The feedback period has been extended to
solicit sufficient feedback to ensure the product can be
considered for operational implementation.

These experimental rainfall QPE and QPF graphical products are
event driven and are available 4 times a day at 0400, 1000, 1600
and 2200 UTC.

The products are online on the National Hurricane Center Website:

  http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/experimental/rainfall

A comprehensive description of the Satellite-based QPE and QPF
products is posted at:

  http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/experimental/rainfall/description.php

Please provide feedback on this experimental product by using the
brief survey and comment form available on line at:

  http://www.weather.gov/survey/nws-survey.php?code=srqpf


A link to all NHC experimental products is also provided at:

  http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/aboutexperimental.shtml

If you have comments or questions please contact:

Hugh Cobb
Chief, Tropical Analysis and Forecast Branch
National Hurricane Center
E-mail: Hugh.Cobb@noaa.gov
Phone:  305-229-4454

National NWS Public Information Statements are online at:

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/om/notif.htm

$$



000
NOUS41 KWBC 291934
PNSWSH

Public Information Statement, Comment Request Amended
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
335 PM EDT Wed Apr 29 2015

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

From:      Eli Jacks
           Acting Chief, Forecast Services Division

Subject:   Amended: Extending comment period for Experimental
           Satellite Rainfall Quantitative Precipitation
           Estimates (QPE) and Quantitative Precipitation
           Forecasts (QPF) graphical web page through November
           30, 2015

The NWS Tropical Analysis and Forecast Branch (TAFB) has extended
the comment period for seeking user feedback on its experimental
graphic Tropical Cyclone Satellite Rainfall Quantitative
Precipitation Estimates (QPE) and Quantitative Precipitation
Forecasts (QPF) graphical web pages through November 30, 2015.

TAFB has been providing, on an experimental basis, event-driven
Satellite Rainfall QPE and model-derived QPF for tropical
cyclones and tropical disturbances affecting areas within the
National Hurricane Center and Central Pacific Hurricane Center
areas of responsibility. The feedback period has been extended to
solicit sufficient feedback to ensure the product can be
considered for operational implementation.

These experimental rainfall QPE and QPF graphical products are
event driven and are available 4 times a day at 0400, 1000, 1600
and 2200 UTC.

The products are online on the National Hurricane Center Website:

  http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/experimental/rainfall

A comprehensive description of the Satellite-based QPE and QPF
products is posted at:

  http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/experimental/rainfall/description.php

Please provide feedback on this experimental product by using the
brief survey and comment form available on line at:

  http://www.weather.gov/survey/nws-survey.php?code=srqpf


A link to all NHC experimental products is also provided at:

  http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/aboutexperimental.shtml

If you have comments or questions please contact:

Hugh Cobb
Chief, Tropical Analysis and Forecast Branch
National Hurricane Center
E-mail: Hugh.Cobb@noaa.gov
Phone:  305-229-4454

National NWS Public Information Statements are online at:

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/om/notif.htm

$$


000
NOUS41 KWBC 291934
PNSWSH

Public Information Statement, Comment Request Amended
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
335 PM EDT Wed Apr 29 2015

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

From:      Eli Jacks
           Acting Chief, Forecast Services Division

Subject:   Amended: Extending comment period for Experimental
           Satellite Rainfall Quantitative Precipitation
           Estimates (QPE) and Quantitative Precipitation
           Forecasts (QPF) graphical web page through November
           30, 2015

The NWS Tropical Analysis and Forecast Branch (TAFB) has extended
the comment period for seeking user feedback on its experimental
graphic Tropical Cyclone Satellite Rainfall Quantitative
Precipitation Estimates (QPE) and Quantitative Precipitation
Forecasts (QPF) graphical web pages through November 30, 2015.

TAFB has been providing, on an experimental basis, event-driven
Satellite Rainfall QPE and model-derived QPF for tropical
cyclones and tropical disturbances affecting areas within the
National Hurricane Center and Central Pacific Hurricane Center
areas of responsibility. The feedback period has been extended to
solicit sufficient feedback to ensure the product can be
considered for operational implementation.

These experimental rainfall QPE and QPF graphical products are
event driven and are available 4 times a day at 0400, 1000, 1600
and 2200 UTC.

The products are online on the National Hurricane Center Website:

  http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/experimental/rainfall

A comprehensive description of the Satellite-based QPE and QPF
products is posted at:

  http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/experimental/rainfall/description.php

Please provide feedback on this experimental product by using the
brief survey and comment form available on line at:

  http://www.weather.gov/survey/nws-survey.php?code=srqpf


A link to all NHC experimental products is also provided at:

  http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/aboutexperimental.shtml

If you have comments or questions please contact:

Hugh Cobb
Chief, Tropical Analysis and Forecast Branch
National Hurricane Center
E-mail: Hugh.Cobb@noaa.gov
Phone:  305-229-4454

National NWS Public Information Statements are online at:

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/om/notif.htm

$$



000
NOUS41 KWBC 291934
PNSWSH

Public Information Statement, Comment Request Amended
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
335 PM EDT Wed Apr 29 2015

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

From:      Eli Jacks
           Acting Chief, Forecast Services Division

Subject:   Amended: Extending comment period for Experimental
           Satellite Rainfall Quantitative Precipitation
           Estimates (QPE) and Quantitative Precipitation
           Forecasts (QPF) graphical web page through November
           30, 2015

The NWS Tropical Analysis and Forecast Branch (TAFB) has extended
the comment period for seeking user feedback on its experimental
graphic Tropical Cyclone Satellite Rainfall Quantitative
Precipitation Estimates (QPE) and Quantitative Precipitation
Forecasts (QPF) graphical web pages through November 30, 2015.

TAFB has been providing, on an experimental basis, event-driven
Satellite Rainfall QPE and model-derived QPF for tropical
cyclones and tropical disturbances affecting areas within the
National Hurricane Center and Central Pacific Hurricane Center
areas of responsibility. The feedback period has been extended to
solicit sufficient feedback to ensure the product can be
considered for operational implementation.

These experimental rainfall QPE and QPF graphical products are
event driven and are available 4 times a day at 0400, 1000, 1600
and 2200 UTC.

The products are online on the National Hurricane Center Website:

  http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/experimental/rainfall

A comprehensive description of the Satellite-based QPE and QPF
products is posted at:

  http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/experimental/rainfall/description.php

Please provide feedback on this experimental product by using the
brief survey and comment form available on line at:

  http://www.weather.gov/survey/nws-survey.php?code=srqpf


A link to all NHC experimental products is also provided at:

  http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/aboutexperimental.shtml

If you have comments or questions please contact:

Hugh Cobb
Chief, Tropical Analysis and Forecast Branch
National Hurricane Center
E-mail: Hugh.Cobb@noaa.gov
Phone:  305-229-4454

National NWS Public Information Statements are online at:

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/om/notif.htm

$$


000
NOUS42 KKEY 291708 CCA
PNSKEY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...CORRECTED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE KEY WEST FL
1249 PM EDT WED APR 29 2015


...RAINFALL TOTAL FOR TODAY ACROSS THE FLORIDA KEYS...

HERE ARE SOME RAINFALL TOTALS ACROSS THE FLORIDA KEYS THROUGH NOON
1200 PM EDT TODAY...

TOTALS ARE IN HUNDREDTHS OF AN INCH.

KEY WEST NWS OFFICE 2.82
KEY WEST INTERNATIONAL AIRPORTASOS2.59
BOCA CHICA KEY (NAS KEY WEST) ASOS1.77
CUDJOE KEYCWOP1.15
RAMROD KEYCWOP1.12
RAMROD KEY (FKAA)1.31
BIG PINE KEY HANDAR1.35
FLORIDA KEYS MARATHON AIRPORT ASOS1.02
MARATHON CWOP1.06
MARATHON - LITTLE VENICE CWOP0.87
CURRY HAMMOCK STATE PARK CWOP0.94
DUCK KEY CWOP1.12
LONG KEY CWOP0.86
NORTH KEY LARGO HANDAR1.62

NWS.....NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
ASOS....AUTOMATED SURFACE OBSERVATION SYSTEM
CWOP....CITIZEN WEATHER OBSERVER PROGRAM
FKAA....FLORIDA KEYS AQUEDUCT AUTHORITY

$$

CHESSER/MP



000
NOUS42 KKEY 291708 CCA
PNSKEY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...CORRECTED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE KEY WEST FL
1249 PM EDT WED APR 29 2015


...RAINFALL TOTAL FOR TODAY ACROSS THE FLORIDA KEYS...

HERE ARE SOME RAINFALL TOTALS ACROSS THE FLORIDA KEYS THROUGH NOON
1200 PM EDT TODAY...

TOTALS ARE IN HUNDREDTHS OF AN INCH.

KEY WEST NWS OFFICE 2.82
KEY WEST INTERNATIONAL AIRPORTASOS2.59
BOCA CHICA KEY (NAS KEY WEST) ASOS1.77
CUDJOE KEYCWOP1.15
RAMROD KEYCWOP1.12
RAMROD KEY (FKAA)1.31
BIG PINE KEY HANDAR1.35
FLORIDA KEYS MARATHON AIRPORT ASOS1.02
MARATHON CWOP1.06
MARATHON - LITTLE VENICE CWOP0.87
CURRY HAMMOCK STATE PARK CWOP0.94
DUCK KEY CWOP1.12
LONG KEY CWOP0.86
NORTH KEY LARGO HANDAR1.62

NWS.....NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
ASOS....AUTOMATED SURFACE OBSERVATION SYSTEM
CWOP....CITIZEN WEATHER OBSERVER PROGRAM
FKAA....FLORIDA KEYS AQUEDUCT AUTHORITY

$$

CHESSER/MP


000
NOUS42 KKEY 291708 CCA
PNSKEY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...CORRECTED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE KEY WEST FL
1249 PM EDT WED APR 29 2015


...RAINFALL TOTAL FOR TODAY ACROSS THE FLORIDA KEYS...

HERE ARE SOME RAINFALL TOTALS ACROSS THE FLORIDA KEYS THROUGH NOON
1200 PM EDT TODAY...

TOTALS ARE IN HUNDREDTHS OF AN INCH.

KEY WEST NWS OFFICE 2.82
KEY WEST INTERNATIONAL AIRPORTASOS2.59
BOCA CHICA KEY (NAS KEY WEST) ASOS1.77
CUDJOE KEYCWOP1.15
RAMROD KEYCWOP1.12
RAMROD KEY (FKAA)1.31
BIG PINE KEY HANDAR1.35
FLORIDA KEYS MARATHON AIRPORT ASOS1.02
MARATHON CWOP1.06
MARATHON - LITTLE VENICE CWOP0.87
CURRY HAMMOCK STATE PARK CWOP0.94
DUCK KEY CWOP1.12
LONG KEY CWOP0.86
NORTH KEY LARGO HANDAR1.62

NWS.....NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
ASOS....AUTOMATED SURFACE OBSERVATION SYSTEM
CWOP....CITIZEN WEATHER OBSERVER PROGRAM
FKAA....FLORIDA KEYS AQUEDUCT AUTHORITY

$$

CHESSER/MP



000
NOUS42 KKEY 291708 CCA
PNSKEY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...CORRECTED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE KEY WEST FL
1249 PM EDT WED APR 29 2015


...RAINFALL TOTAL FOR TODAY ACROSS THE FLORIDA KEYS...

HERE ARE SOME RAINFALL TOTALS ACROSS THE FLORIDA KEYS THROUGH NOON
1200 PM EDT TODAY...

TOTALS ARE IN HUNDREDTHS OF AN INCH.

KEY WEST NWS OFFICE 2.82
KEY WEST INTERNATIONAL AIRPORTASOS2.59
BOCA CHICA KEY (NAS KEY WEST) ASOS1.77
CUDJOE KEYCWOP1.15
RAMROD KEYCWOP1.12
RAMROD KEY (FKAA)1.31
BIG PINE KEY HANDAR1.35
FLORIDA KEYS MARATHON AIRPORT ASOS1.02
MARATHON CWOP1.06
MARATHON - LITTLE VENICE CWOP0.87
CURRY HAMMOCK STATE PARK CWOP0.94
DUCK KEY CWOP1.12
LONG KEY CWOP0.86
NORTH KEY LARGO HANDAR1.62

NWS.....NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
ASOS....AUTOMATED SURFACE OBSERVATION SYSTEM
CWOP....CITIZEN WEATHER OBSERVER PROGRAM
FKAA....FLORIDA KEYS AQUEDUCT AUTHORITY

$$

CHESSER/MP


000
NOUS42 KKEY 291708 CCA
PNSKEY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...CORRECTED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE KEY WEST FL
1249 PM EDT WED APR 29 2015


...RAINFALL TOTAL FOR TODAY ACROSS THE FLORIDA KEYS...

HERE ARE SOME RAINFALL TOTALS ACROSS THE FLORIDA KEYS THROUGH NOON
1200 PM EDT TODAY...

TOTALS ARE IN HUNDREDTHS OF AN INCH.

KEY WEST NWS OFFICE 2.82
KEY WEST INTERNATIONAL AIRPORTASOS2.59
BOCA CHICA KEY (NAS KEY WEST) ASOS1.77
CUDJOE KEYCWOP1.15
RAMROD KEYCWOP1.12
RAMROD KEY (FKAA)1.31
BIG PINE KEY HANDAR1.35
FLORIDA KEYS MARATHON AIRPORT ASOS1.02
MARATHON CWOP1.06
MARATHON - LITTLE VENICE CWOP0.87
CURRY HAMMOCK STATE PARK CWOP0.94
DUCK KEY CWOP1.12
LONG KEY CWOP0.86
NORTH KEY LARGO HANDAR1.62

NWS.....NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
ASOS....AUTOMATED SURFACE OBSERVATION SYSTEM
CWOP....CITIZEN WEATHER OBSERVER PROGRAM
FKAA....FLORIDA KEYS AQUEDUCT AUTHORITY

$$

CHESSER/MP


000
NOUS42 KKEY 291649
PNSKEY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE KEY WEST FL
1249 PM EDT WED APR 29 2015

...RAINFALL TOTAL FOR TODAY ACROSS THE FLORIDA KEYS...

HERE ARE SOME RAINFALL TOTALS ACROSS THE FLORIDA KEYS THROUGH NOON
1200 PM EDT TODAY...

TOTALS ARE IN HUNDERDTHS OF AN INCH.

KEY WEST NWS OFFICE 2.82
KEY WEST INTRERNATIONAL AIRPORTASOS2.59
BOCA CHICA KEY (NAS KEY WEST) ASOS1.77
CUDJOE KEYCWOP1.15
RAMROD KEYCWOP1.12
RAMROD KEY (FKAA)1.31
BIG PINE KEY CWOP1.35
FLORIDA KEYS MARATHON AIRPORT ASOS1.02
MARATHON CWOP1.06
MARATHON - LITTLE VENICE CWOP0.87
CURRY HAMMOCK STATE PARK CWOP0.94
DUCK KEY CWOP1.12
LONG KEY CWOP0.86
NORTH KEY LARGO CWOP1.62

NWS.....NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
ASOS....AUTOMATED SURFACE OBSERVATION SYSTEM
CWOP....CITIZEN WEATHER OBSERVER PROGRAM
FKAA....FLORIDA KEYS AQUEDUCT AUTHORITY

$$

CHESSER


000
NOUS42 KKEY 291649
PNSKEY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE KEY WEST FL
1249 PM EDT WED APR 29 2015

...RAINFALL TOTAL FOR TODAY ACROSS THE FLORIDA KEYS...

HERE ARE SOME RAINFALL TOTALS ACROSS THE FLORIDA KEYS THROUGH NOON
1200 PM EDT TODAY...

TOTALS ARE IN HUNDERDTHS OF AN INCH.

KEY WEST NWS OFFICE 2.82
KEY WEST INTRERNATIONAL AIRPORTASOS2.59
BOCA CHICA KEY (NAS KEY WEST) ASOS1.77
CUDJOE KEYCWOP1.15
RAMROD KEYCWOP1.12
RAMROD KEY (FKAA)1.31
BIG PINE KEY CWOP1.35
FLORIDA KEYS MARATHON AIRPORT ASOS1.02
MARATHON CWOP1.06
MARATHON - LITTLE VENICE CWOP0.87
CURRY HAMMOCK STATE PARK CWOP0.94
DUCK KEY CWOP1.12
LONG KEY CWOP0.86
NORTH KEY LARGO CWOP1.62

NWS.....NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
ASOS....AUTOMATED SURFACE OBSERVATION SYSTEM
CWOP....CITIZEN WEATHER OBSERVER PROGRAM
FKAA....FLORIDA KEYS AQUEDUCT AUTHORITY

$$

CHESSER


000
NOUS42 KKEY 291649
PNSKEY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE KEY WEST FL
1249 PM EDT WED APR 29 2015

...RAINFALL TOTAL FOR TODAY ACROSS THE FLORIDA KEYS...

HERE ARE SOME RAINFALL TOTALS ACROSS THE FLORIDA KEYS THROUGH NOON
1200 PM EDT TODAY...

TOTALS ARE IN HUNDERDTHS OF AN INCH.

KEY WEST NWS OFFICE 2.82
KEY WEST INTRERNATIONAL AIRPORTASOS2.59
BOCA CHICA KEY (NAS KEY WEST) ASOS1.77
CUDJOE KEYCWOP1.15
RAMROD KEYCWOP1.12
RAMROD KEY (FKAA)1.31
BIG PINE KEY CWOP1.35
FLORIDA KEYS MARATHON AIRPORT ASOS1.02
MARATHON CWOP1.06
MARATHON - LITTLE VENICE CWOP0.87
CURRY HAMMOCK STATE PARK CWOP0.94
DUCK KEY CWOP1.12
LONG KEY CWOP0.86
NORTH KEY LARGO CWOP1.62

NWS.....NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
ASOS....AUTOMATED SURFACE OBSERVATION SYSTEM
CWOP....CITIZEN WEATHER OBSERVER PROGRAM
FKAA....FLORIDA KEYS AQUEDUCT AUTHORITY

$$

CHESSER



000
NOUS42 KKEY 291649
PNSKEY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE KEY WEST FL
1249 PM EDT WED APR 29 2015

...RAINFALL TOTAL FOR TODAY ACROSS THE FLORIDA KEYS...

HERE ARE SOME RAINFALL TOTALS ACROSS THE FLORIDA KEYS THROUGH NOON
1200 PM EDT TODAY...

TOTALS ARE IN HUNDERDTHS OF AN INCH.

KEY WEST NWS OFFICE 2.82
KEY WEST INTRERNATIONAL AIRPORTASOS2.59
BOCA CHICA KEY (NAS KEY WEST) ASOS1.77
CUDJOE KEYCWOP1.15
RAMROD KEYCWOP1.12
RAMROD KEY (FKAA)1.31
BIG PINE KEY CWOP1.35
FLORIDA KEYS MARATHON AIRPORT ASOS1.02
MARATHON CWOP1.06
MARATHON - LITTLE VENICE CWOP0.87
CURRY HAMMOCK STATE PARK CWOP0.94
DUCK KEY CWOP1.12
LONG KEY CWOP0.86
NORTH KEY LARGO CWOP1.62

NWS.....NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
ASOS....AUTOMATED SURFACE OBSERVATION SYSTEM
CWOP....CITIZEN WEATHER OBSERVER PROGRAM
FKAA....FLORIDA KEYS AQUEDUCT AUTHORITY

$$

CHESSER


000
NOUS42 KKEY 291649
PNSKEY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE KEY WEST FL
1249 PM EDT WED APR 29 2015

...RAINFALL TOTAL FOR TODAY ACROSS THE FLORIDA KEYS...

HERE ARE SOME RAINFALL TOTALS ACROSS THE FLORIDA KEYS THROUGH NOON
1200 PM EDT TODAY...

TOTALS ARE IN HUNDERDTHS OF AN INCH.

KEY WEST NWS OFFICE 2.82
KEY WEST INTRERNATIONAL AIRPORTASOS2.59
BOCA CHICA KEY (NAS KEY WEST) ASOS1.77
CUDJOE KEYCWOP1.15
RAMROD KEYCWOP1.12
RAMROD KEY (FKAA)1.31
BIG PINE KEY CWOP1.35
FLORIDA KEYS MARATHON AIRPORT ASOS1.02
MARATHON CWOP1.06
MARATHON - LITTLE VENICE CWOP0.87
CURRY HAMMOCK STATE PARK CWOP0.94
DUCK KEY CWOP1.12
LONG KEY CWOP0.86
NORTH KEY LARGO CWOP1.62

NWS.....NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
ASOS....AUTOMATED SURFACE OBSERVATION SYSTEM
CWOP....CITIZEN WEATHER OBSERVER PROGRAM
FKAA....FLORIDA KEYS AQUEDUCT AUTHORITY

$$

CHESSER


000
NOUS42 KKEY 291649
PNSKEY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE KEY WEST FL
1249 PM EDT WED APR 29 2015

...RAINFALL TOTAL FOR TODAY ACROSS THE FLORIDA KEYS...

HERE ARE SOME RAINFALL TOTALS ACROSS THE FLORIDA KEYS THROUGH NOON
1200 PM EDT TODAY...

TOTALS ARE IN HUNDERDTHS OF AN INCH.

KEY WEST NWS OFFICE 2.82
KEY WEST INTRERNATIONAL AIRPORTASOS2.59
BOCA CHICA KEY (NAS KEY WEST) ASOS1.77
CUDJOE KEYCWOP1.15
RAMROD KEYCWOP1.12
RAMROD KEY (FKAA)1.31
BIG PINE KEY CWOP1.35
FLORIDA KEYS MARATHON AIRPORT ASOS1.02
MARATHON CWOP1.06
MARATHON - LITTLE VENICE CWOP0.87
CURRY HAMMOCK STATE PARK CWOP0.94
DUCK KEY CWOP1.12
LONG KEY CWOP0.86
NORTH KEY LARGO CWOP1.62

NWS.....NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
ASOS....AUTOMATED SURFACE OBSERVATION SYSTEM
CWOP....CITIZEN WEATHER OBSERVER PROGRAM
FKAA....FLORIDA KEYS AQUEDUCT AUTHORITY

$$

CHESSER


000
NOUS42 KKEY 291649
PNSKEY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE KEY WEST FL
1249 PM EDT WED APR 29 2015

...RAINFALL TOTAL FOR TODAY ACROSS THE FLORIDA KEYS...

HERE ARE SOME RAINFALL TOTALS ACROSS THE FLORIDA KEYS THROUGH NOON
1200 PM EDT TODAY...

TOTALS ARE IN HUNDERDTHS OF AN INCH.

KEY WEST NWS OFFICE 2.82
KEY WEST INTRERNATIONAL AIRPORTASOS2.59
BOCA CHICA KEY (NAS KEY WEST) ASOS1.77
CUDJOE KEYCWOP1.15
RAMROD KEYCWOP1.12
RAMROD KEY (FKAA)1.31
BIG PINE KEY CWOP1.35
FLORIDA KEYS MARATHON AIRPORT ASOS1.02
MARATHON CWOP1.06
MARATHON - LITTLE VENICE CWOP0.87
CURRY HAMMOCK STATE PARK CWOP0.94
DUCK KEY CWOP1.12
LONG KEY CWOP0.86
NORTH KEY LARGO CWOP1.62

NWS.....NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
ASOS....AUTOMATED SURFACE OBSERVATION SYSTEM
CWOP....CITIZEN WEATHER OBSERVER PROGRAM
FKAA....FLORIDA KEYS AQUEDUCT AUTHORITY

$$

CHESSER


000
NOUS42 KKEY 291649
PNSKEY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE KEY WEST FL
1249 PM EDT WED APR 29 2015

...RAINFALL TOTAL FOR TODAY ACROSS THE FLORIDA KEYS...

HERE ARE SOME RAINFALL TOTALS ACROSS THE FLORIDA KEYS THROUGH NOON
1200 PM EDT TODAY...

TOTALS ARE IN HUNDERDTHS OF AN INCH.

KEY WEST NWS OFFICE 2.82
KEY WEST INTRERNATIONAL AIRPORTASOS2.59
BOCA CHICA KEY (NAS KEY WEST) ASOS1.77
CUDJOE KEYCWOP1.15
RAMROD KEYCWOP1.12
RAMROD KEY (FKAA)1.31
BIG PINE KEY CWOP1.35
FLORIDA KEYS MARATHON AIRPORT ASOS1.02
MARATHON CWOP1.06
MARATHON - LITTLE VENICE CWOP0.87
CURRY HAMMOCK STATE PARK CWOP0.94
DUCK KEY CWOP1.12
LONG KEY CWOP0.86
NORTH KEY LARGO CWOP1.62

NWS.....NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
ASOS....AUTOMATED SURFACE OBSERVATION SYSTEM
CWOP....CITIZEN WEATHER OBSERVER PROGRAM
FKAA....FLORIDA KEYS AQUEDUCT AUTHORITY

$$

CHESSER


000
NOCA42 TJSJ 291523 RRA
PNSSPN

COMUNICADO DE INFORMACION PUBLICA
SERVICIO NACIONAL DE METEOROLOGIA SAN JUAN PR
930 AM AST MIERCOLES 29 DE ABRIL DE 2015

...POLVO DEL SAHARA CONTINUA AYUDANDO A CREAR CONDICIONES CALIENTES
Y SECAS...

TEMPERATURAS ALTAS CERCA DEL RECORD SON POSIBLES NUEVAMENTE DESDE
ARECIBO HASTA EL AREA METROPOLITANA DE SAN JUAN. SE DEBE TOMAR
PRECAUCIONES PARA MINIMIZAR EL RIESGO DEL CALOR...ESPECIALMENTE
DESDE LA MITAD DEL DIA DE HOY HASTA MEDIADOS DE LA TARDE. LAS
TEMPERATURAS FLUCTUARAN ENTRE LOS 90 A 95 GRADOS Y EL INDICE DE
CALOR ESTARA ALREDEDOR DE LOS 100 GRADOS...MAYORMENTE A TRAVES DE
LAS ELEVACIONES BAJAS Y AREAS COSTERAS DEL NORTE Y SUR DE PUERTO
RICO.

AUNQUE SE ESPERA QUE EL POLVO DEL SAHARA DISMINUYA EL VIERNES...SE
ESPERA QUE LAS CONDICIONES SECAS Y CALIENTES CONTINUEN HASTA AL
MENOS EL SABADO. SE PRONOSTICA QUE LA CORRIENTE DE VIENTOS DOMINANTE
DEL SUR SE TORNE MAS DEL ESTE PARA EL DOMINGO...RESULTANDO EN
TEMPERATURAS NORMALES Y AUMENTANDO UN POCO MAS LA PROBABILIDAD DE
ACTIVIDAD DE LLUVIA CREADA POR LOS VIENTOS ALISIOS DURANTE
PRINCIPIOS DE LA PROXIMA SEMANA.

$$



000
NOCA42 TJSJ 291523 RRA
PNSSPN

COMUNICADO DE INFORMACION PUBLICA
SERVICIO NACIONAL DE METEOROLOGIA SAN JUAN PR
930 AM AST MIERCOLES 29 DE ABRIL DE 2015

...POLVO DEL SAHARA CONTINUA AYUDANDO A CREAR CONDICIONES CALIENTES
Y SECAS...

TEMPERATURAS ALTAS CERCA DEL RECORD SON POSIBLES NUEVAMENTE DESDE
ARECIBO HASTA EL AREA METROPOLITANA DE SAN JUAN. SE DEBE TOMAR
PRECAUCIONES PARA MINIMIZAR EL RIESGO DEL CALOR...ESPECIALMENTE
DESDE LA MITAD DEL DIA DE HOY HASTA MEDIADOS DE LA TARDE. LAS
TEMPERATURAS FLUCTUARAN ENTRE LOS 90 A 95 GRADOS Y EL INDICE DE
CALOR ESTARA ALREDEDOR DE LOS 100 GRADOS...MAYORMENTE A TRAVES DE
LAS ELEVACIONES BAJAS Y AREAS COSTERAS DEL NORTE Y SUR DE PUERTO
RICO.

AUNQUE SE ESPERA QUE EL POLVO DEL SAHARA DISMINUYA EL VIERNES...SE
ESPERA QUE LAS CONDICIONES SECAS Y CALIENTES CONTINUEN HASTA AL
MENOS EL SABADO. SE PRONOSTICA QUE LA CORRIENTE DE VIENTOS DOMINANTE
DEL SUR SE TORNE MAS DEL ESTE PARA EL DOMINGO...RESULTANDO EN
TEMPERATURAS NORMALES Y AUMENTANDO UN POCO MAS LA PROBABILIDAD DE
ACTIVIDAD DE LLUVIA CREADA POR LOS VIENTOS ALISIOS DURANTE
PRINCIPIOS DE LA PROXIMA SEMANA.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 291201
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT WED APR 29 2015

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

IN 1942, THE MOST VIOLENT TORNADO ON RECORD IN THE TRI STATE
AREA, AND THE ONLY F5, OCCURRED IN DECATUR COUNTY KANSAS. THE
TORNADO FORMED JUST EAST OF OBERLIN AT 1030 AT NIGHT, AND
DISSIPATED NEAR CEDAR BLUFFS. THREE ENTIRE FAMILIES WERE KILLED
NEAR OBERLIN, WITH ALL BUILDINGS AND SEVERAL INCHES OF TOP SOIL
SWEPT AWAY FROM THE FARMS. IN ALL, 15 DEATHS AND 25 INJURIES WERE
ATTRIBUTED TO THE TWISTER.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 291201
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT WED APR 29 2015

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

IN 1942, THE MOST VIOLENT TORNADO ON RECORD IN THE TRI STATE
AREA, AND THE ONLY F5, OCCURRED IN DECATUR COUNTY KANSAS. THE
TORNADO FORMED JUST EAST OF OBERLIN AT 1030 AT NIGHT, AND
DISSIPATED NEAR CEDAR BLUFFS. THREE ENTIRE FAMILIES WERE KILLED
NEAR OBERLIN, WITH ALL BUILDINGS AND SEVERAL INCHES OF TOP SOIL
SWEPT AWAY FROM THE FARMS. IN ALL, 15 DEATHS AND 25 INJURIES WERE
ATTRIBUTED TO THE TWISTER.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 291201
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT WED APR 29 2015

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

IN 1942, THE MOST VIOLENT TORNADO ON RECORD IN THE TRI STATE
AREA, AND THE ONLY F5, OCCURRED IN DECATUR COUNTY KANSAS. THE
TORNADO FORMED JUST EAST OF OBERLIN AT 1030 AT NIGHT, AND
DISSIPATED NEAR CEDAR BLUFFS. THREE ENTIRE FAMILIES WERE KILLED
NEAR OBERLIN, WITH ALL BUILDINGS AND SEVERAL INCHES OF TOP SOIL
SWEPT AWAY FROM THE FARMS. IN ALL, 15 DEATHS AND 25 INJURIES WERE
ATTRIBUTED TO THE TWISTER.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 291201
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT WED APR 29 2015

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

IN 1942, THE MOST VIOLENT TORNADO ON RECORD IN THE TRI STATE
AREA, AND THE ONLY F5, OCCURRED IN DECATUR COUNTY KANSAS. THE
TORNADO FORMED JUST EAST OF OBERLIN AT 1030 AT NIGHT, AND
DISSIPATED NEAR CEDAR BLUFFS. THREE ENTIRE FAMILIES WERE KILLED
NEAR OBERLIN, WITH ALL BUILDINGS AND SEVERAL INCHES OF TOP SOIL
SWEPT AWAY FROM THE FARMS. IN ALL, 15 DEATHS AND 25 INJURIES WERE
ATTRIBUTED TO THE TWISTER.

$$


000
NOUS41 KALY 291200
PNSALY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBANY NY
800 AM EDT WED APRIL 29 2015

...SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK CONTINUES...

APRIL 26 TO MAY 2 IS SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK IN
NEW YORK...VERMONT...CONNECTICUT...AND MASSACHUSETTS. ALL RESIDENTS
ARE URGED TO BE WEATHER READY BY PROTECTING THEMSELVES FROM THE
HAZARDS OF FLOODING...TORNADOES...AND SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS.

TODAY WE REVIEW SEVERE WEATHER PREPAREDNESS AND SAFETY.

HERE ARE STEPS YOU CAN TAKE BEFORE...DURING AND AFTER A STORM TO
HELP KEEP SAFE THIS SEASON. YOUR CHANCES OF REMAINING SAFE DURING
SEVERE WEATHER ARE GREATER IF YOU FOLLOW THESE SAFETY RULES.

BEFORE A STORM...DEVELOP A PLAN...WHETHER AT HOME...SCHOOL...WORK...
CHURCH OR WHEN OUTDOORS. IDENTIFY A SAFE PLACE TO TAKE SHELTER. CONDUCT
FREQUENT DRILLS. KNOW WHAT ACTION YOU WILL TAKE WHEN A WARNING IS ISSUED.
KNOW WHERE TO RECEIVE THE LATEST WEATHER INFORMATION.

DURING SEVERE WEATHER...POSTPONE OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES IF THUNDERSTORMS
ARE IMMINENT OR OCCURRING. MOVE TO A STURDY BUILDING OR CAR. STAY
AWAY FROM TALL OBJECTS SUCH AS TOWERS... ISOLATED TREES AND
TELEPHONE POLES. IF CAUGHT OUTDOORS...FIND A LOW SPOT. MAKE SURE
YOUR CHOICE IS NOT SUSCEPTIBLE TO FLOODING. IF IN THE WOODS...
TAKE SHELTER UNDER SMALLER TREES. IF YOU ARE BOATING OR
SWIMMING...SEEK SHELTER ON LAND IMMEDIATELY.

IF A TORNADO WARNING IS ISSUED...MOVE TO A PRE DESIGNATED PLACE OF
SAFETY...PREFERABLY A BASEMENT OR INTERIOR ROOM. STAY AWAY FROM
WINDOWS. GET AS LOW TO THE GROUND AS POSSIBLE. COVER YOUR HEAD. IF
CAUGHT OUTDOORS AND A TORNADO THREATENS...LIE FLAT IN A DITCH OR
DEPRESSION AND COVER YOUR HEAD WITH YOUR HANDS. BE AWARE OF FLYING
DEBRIS. FLYING DEBRIS CAUSES MOST FATALITIES AND INJURIES DURING A
TORNADO. MOBILE HOMES OFFER LITTLE PROTECTION FROM A TORNADO.
EVACUATE YOUR MOBILE HOME AND MOVE TO YOUR DESIGNATED PLACE OF
SAFETY.

AFTER THE SEVERE WEATHER HAS CLEARED...IF THE POWER IS OUT...USE
FLASHLIGHTS...NOT FLAMMABLE OBJECTS SUCH AS CANDLES...TORCHES...OR
LANTERNS. REPORT BROKEN UTILITY LINES TO THE AUTHORITIES. BOIL
DRINKING WATER BEFORE USE. DO NOT VISIT DISASTER AREAS.

YOU SHOULD PREPARE NOW FOR THE UPCOMING SEVERE WEATHER SEASON. TOMORROW
IS AMERICAS PREPARATHON. BE SMART. TAKE PART. PREPARE.

NOAA WEATHER RADIO OFFERS ONE WAY TO RECEIVE IMMEDIATE RELAY OF
SEVERE WEATHER WARNINGS. MANY LOCAL TELEVISION AND RADIO STATIONS
ALSO BROADCAST WEATHER ALERTS. COMPUTERS AND WIRELESS DEVICES CAN
ALSO RECEIVE WARNINGS. THE RED CROSS...MANY STATE EMERGENCY
MANAGEMENT AGENCIES AND PRIVATE VENDORS HAVE WIRELESS APPLICATIONS
THAT WILL ALERT YOU OF SEVERE WEATHER BY RELAYING NATIONAL
WEATHER SERVICE WARNINGS.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK...GO TO OUR
WEB SITE WWW.WEATHER.GOV. THEN CLICK ON EASTERN NEW YORK OR
WESTERN NEW ENGLAND. FINALLY...SELECT OUR SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS
LINK.

TOMORROW WE LOOK AT TORNADOES...AND CONDUCT OUR SEVERE WEATHER
COMMUNICATION DRILL.

$$

DIRIENZO



000
NOUS41 KALY 291200
PNSALY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBANY NY
800 AM EDT WED APRIL 29 2015

...SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK CONTINUES...

APRIL 26 TO MAY 2 IS SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK IN
NEW YORK...VERMONT...CONNECTICUT...AND MASSACHUSETTS. ALL RESIDENTS
ARE URGED TO BE WEATHER READY BY PROTECTING THEMSELVES FROM THE
HAZARDS OF FLOODING...TORNADOES...AND SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS.

TODAY WE REVIEW SEVERE WEATHER PREPAREDNESS AND SAFETY.

HERE ARE STEPS YOU CAN TAKE BEFORE...DURING AND AFTER A STORM TO
HELP KEEP SAFE THIS SEASON. YOUR CHANCES OF REMAINING SAFE DURING
SEVERE WEATHER ARE GREATER IF YOU FOLLOW THESE SAFETY RULES.

BEFORE A STORM...DEVELOP A PLAN...WHETHER AT HOME...SCHOOL...WORK...
CHURCH OR WHEN OUTDOORS. IDENTIFY A SAFE PLACE TO TAKE SHELTER. CONDUCT
FREQUENT DRILLS. KNOW WHAT ACTION YOU WILL TAKE WHEN A WARNING IS ISSUED.
KNOW WHERE TO RECEIVE THE LATEST WEATHER INFORMATION.

DURING SEVERE WEATHER...POSTPONE OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES IF THUNDERSTORMS
ARE IMMINENT OR OCCURRING. MOVE TO A STURDY BUILDING OR CAR. STAY
AWAY FROM TALL OBJECTS SUCH AS TOWERS... ISOLATED TREES AND
TELEPHONE POLES. IF CAUGHT OUTDOORS...FIND A LOW SPOT. MAKE SURE
YOUR CHOICE IS NOT SUSCEPTIBLE TO FLOODING. IF IN THE WOODS...
TAKE SHELTER UNDER SMALLER TREES. IF YOU ARE BOATING OR
SWIMMING...SEEK SHELTER ON LAND IMMEDIATELY.

IF A TORNADO WARNING IS ISSUED...MOVE TO A PRE DESIGNATED PLACE OF
SAFETY...PREFERABLY A BASEMENT OR INTERIOR ROOM. STAY AWAY FROM
WINDOWS. GET AS LOW TO THE GROUND AS POSSIBLE. COVER YOUR HEAD. IF
CAUGHT OUTDOORS AND A TORNADO THREATENS...LIE FLAT IN A DITCH OR
DEPRESSION AND COVER YOUR HEAD WITH YOUR HANDS. BE AWARE OF FLYING
DEBRIS. FLYING DEBRIS CAUSES MOST FATALITIES AND INJURIES DURING A
TORNADO. MOBILE HOMES OFFER LITTLE PROTECTION FROM A TORNADO.
EVACUATE YOUR MOBILE HOME AND MOVE TO YOUR DESIGNATED PLACE OF
SAFETY.

AFTER THE SEVERE WEATHER HAS CLEARED...IF THE POWER IS OUT...USE
FLASHLIGHTS...NOT FLAMMABLE OBJECTS SUCH AS CANDLES...TORCHES...OR
LANTERNS. REPORT BROKEN UTILITY LINES TO THE AUTHORITIES. BOIL
DRINKING WATER BEFORE USE. DO NOT VISIT DISASTER AREAS.

YOU SHOULD PREPARE NOW FOR THE UPCOMING SEVERE WEATHER SEASON. TOMORROW
IS AMERICAS PREPARATHON. BE SMART. TAKE PART. PREPARE.

NOAA WEATHER RADIO OFFERS ONE WAY TO RECEIVE IMMEDIATE RELAY OF
SEVERE WEATHER WARNINGS. MANY LOCAL TELEVISION AND RADIO STATIONS
ALSO BROADCAST WEATHER ALERTS. COMPUTERS AND WIRELESS DEVICES CAN
ALSO RECEIVE WARNINGS. THE RED CROSS...MANY STATE EMERGENCY
MANAGEMENT AGENCIES AND PRIVATE VENDORS HAVE WIRELESS APPLICATIONS
THAT WILL ALERT YOU OF SEVERE WEATHER BY RELAYING NATIONAL
WEATHER SERVICE WARNINGS.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK...GO TO OUR
WEB SITE WWW.WEATHER.GOV. THEN CLICK ON EASTERN NEW YORK OR
WESTERN NEW ENGLAND. FINALLY...SELECT OUR SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS
LINK.

TOMORROW WE LOOK AT TORNADOES...AND CONDUCT OUR SEVERE WEATHER
COMMUNICATION DRILL.

$$

DIRIENZO


000
NOUS44 KLIX 290120
PNSLIX

...NWS DAMAGE SURVEY FOR 04/27/15 TORNADO EVENT

.ASSUMPTION PARISH...LAFOURCHE PARISH...AND SAINT CHARLES PARISH

.TORNADO #1 PIERRE PART

RATING:                 EF-1
ESTIMATED PEAK WIND:    100 MPH
PATH LENGTH /STATUTE/:  0.65 MILES
PATH WIDTH /MAXIMUM/:   150 YARDS
FATALITIES:             0
INJURIES:               0

START DATE:             APRIL 27 2015
START TIME:             9:15 AM CDT
START LOCATION:         2.5 N PIERRE PART, LA
START LAT/LON:          30.0037/-91.1981

END DATE:               APRIL 27 2015
END TIME:               9:17 AM CDT
END LOCATION:           2.4 N PIERRE PART, LA
END_LAT/LON:            29.9998/-91.1884

SURVEY_SUMMARY:  TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN ALONG GRAVEL DRIVEWAY
NEAR DERRICK STREET NORTH OF PIERRE PART SNAPPING OFF LARGE
BRANCHES ALONG THE DRIVEWAY PRODUCING EF-0 DAMAGE. PATH WIDTH
WAS APPROXIMATELY 50 YARDS WIDE AT THIS POINT. THE TORNADO
THEN MOVED EAST-SOUTHEAST AND CROSSED DERRICK STREET DAMAGING
SEVERAL HOMES AND SNAPPING HARDWOOD TREES. A CARPORT WAS
DESTROYED ON ONE RESIDENCE AND A PORCH COLLAPSED ON ANOTHER HOME.
A THIRD HOME HAD MOST OF THE TIN ROOFING TORN OFF THE BACK OF THE
HOUSE.  THE TORNADO STRENGTH WAS RATED AS EF-1 WITH A PATH WIDTH
OF 150 YARDS.  THE TORNADO CONTINUED MOVING EAST-SOUTHEAST AND
THEN CROSSED LOUISIANA HIGHWAY 70 AND PARALLELED LEE DRIVE CAUSING
SPORADIC TREE DAMAGE ALONG AND CAUSING MINOR DAMAGE TO HOMES.  THE
TORNADO WAS RATED AN EF-0 AND THE PATH WIDTH WAS 150 YARDS AT THIS
POINT.  THE TORNADO THEN INTENSIFIED AS IT REACHED THE INTERSECTION
OF LEE DRIVE AND EAST DRIVE REGAINING EF-1 STATUS.  A HOME HAD THE
CHIMNEY COLLAPSE AND ANOTHER HOME HAD A LARGE PORTION OF THE TIN
ROOF REMOVED WITH THE WOODEN BEAMS EXPOSED.  SEVERAL LARGE TREES
WERE ALSO SNAPPED AT THE BASE.  THE WIDTH WAS STILL 150 YARDS AS IT
CROSSED AVOCA ISLAND CUTOFF CANAL...BUT THE TORNADO WEAKENED BACK TO
EF-0 STRENGTH AS IT CROSSED GRAND COUPE LANE.  AN METAL WAREHOUSE
BUILDING HAD DOORS BLOWN INWARD AT THIS LOCATION.  THE TORNADO
THEN MOVED INTO THE WOODS NEAR THE END OF NOE STREET WHERE LARGE
BRANCHES WERE SNAPPED OFF.  THE TORNADO REMAINED 150 YARDS WIDE
AT THIS POINT.  NO ACCESS WAS AVAILABLE BEYOND THIS POINT...AND IT
IS UNKNOWN IF THE TORNADO REMAINED ON THE GROUND BEYOND THE END OF
NOE STREET.

.TORNADO #2 NAPOLEONVILLE...

RATING:                 EF-0
ESTIMATED PEAK WIND:    85 MPH
PATH LENGTH /STATUTE/:  0.80 MILES
PATH WIDTH /MAXIMUM/:   75 YARDS
FATALITIES:             0
INJURIES:               0

START DATE:             APRIL 27 2015
START TIME:             9:28 AM CDT
START LOCATION:         2 NNW OF NAPOLEONVILLE, LA
START LAT/LON:          30.0037/-91.1981

END DATE:               APRIL 27 2015
END TIME:               9:30 AM CDT
END LOCATION:           1.5 N OF NAPOLEONVILLE, LA
END_LAT/LON:            29.9541/-91.0296

SURVEY_SUMMARY: THE TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN IN AN AREA OF SOFTWOOD
PINE TREES WEST OF BAYOUSIDE STREET.  TREES HAD LARGE BRANCHES
SNAPPED AND EF-0 DAMAGE WAS NOTED.  THE PATH WIDTH WAS ONLY
25 YARDS AT THIS POINT.  THE TORNADO THEN MOVED TO THE SOUTHEAST
AND CROSSED LOUISIANA HIGHWAY 402 CAUSING ADDITIONAL EF-0 DAMAGE.
SEVERAL TREES HAD LARGE BRANCHES SNAPPED OFF AND A FEW TREES
WERE UPROOTED.  NO VISIBLE DAMAGE TO ANY STRUCTURES WAS NOTED.  THE
PATH WIDTH IN THIS AREA WAS APPROXIMATELY 75 YARDS WIDE.  THE
TORNADO CROSSED LOUISIANA HIGHWAY ONE AND BAYOU LAFOURCHE JUST SOUTH
OF HOSPITAL ROAD CAUSING ADDITIONAL TREE DAMAGE.  THE TORNADO THEN
CROSSED LOUISIANA HIGHWAY 308 SOUTH OF DODGE ROAD WHERE ADDITIONAL
TREE DAMAGE IN THE FORM OF LARGE BRANCHES REMOVED FROM HARDWOOD
TREES WAS NOTED.  ALL OF THIS DAMAGE WAS RATED EF-0 AND THE PATH
WIDTH NARROWED TO 25 YARDS. NO ADDITIONAL DAMAGE WAS NOTED BEYOND
THIS POINT.

.TORNADO #3 CHACKBAY...

RATING:                 EF-1
ESTIMATED PEAK WIND:    90 MPH
PATH LENGTH /STATUTE/:  0.50 MILES
PATH WIDTH /MAXIMUM/:   75 YARDS
FATALITIES:             0
INJURIES:               0

START DATE:             APRIL 27 2015
START TIME:             9:43 AM CDT
START LOCATION:         2.5 MILES SSW CHACKBAY, LA
START LAT/LON:          29.8572/-90.8043

END DATE:               APRIL 27 2015
END TIME:               9:44 AM CDT
END LOCATION:           2.5 MILES SSW CHACKBAY, LA
END_LAT/LON:            29.8516/-90.7990

SURVEY_SUMMARY: TREE DAMAGE WAS NOTED ACROSS A FIELD WEST OF
LOUISIANA HIGHWAY 20 AND DUE TO LACK OF ROAD ACCESS THIS WAS
DETERMINED TO BE THE START POINT OF THE TORNADO. SEVERAL LARGE
TREES WERE UPROOTED ALONG THE TREE LINE.  DAMAGE WAS NOTED
AS EF-1 IN THIS LOCATION.  THE TORNADO THEN MOVED EAST-SOUTHEAST
ACROSS THE FIELD AND CROSSED LOUISIANA HIGHWAY 20 AT THE INTERSECTION
WITH APPLETREE DRIVE.  EF-1 TORNADO DAMAGE WAS NOTED HERE AND
THE TORNADO WAS APPROXIMATELY 75 YARDS WIDE AT THIS POINT.
A SMALL PROFESSIONAL BUILDING HAD LARGE PORTIONS OF SIDING
RIPPED OFF AND SHINGLES MISSING FROM THE ROOF.  TREES WERE
UPROOTED IN VARYING DIRECTIONS IN FRONT OF HOME...AND SEVERAL
POWER POLES WERE SNAPPED AT THE BASE IN THIS LOCATION.  THE
TORNADO THEN MOVED EAST-SOUTHEAST DOWN APPLETREE LANE AND REMOVED
A LARGE PORTION OF THE SHINGLES FROM SEVERAL HOMES.  SEVERAL TREES
WERE ALSO UPROOTED AND SNAPPED IN THIS AREA.  HIGH END EF-0
AND LOW END EF-1 DAMAGE WAS NOTED ALONG APPLETREE DRIVE.  AT
THE END OF APPLETREE DRIVE...A DETACHED GARAGE COLLAPSED. THE
TORNADO THEN CONTINUED INTO THE WOODS WHERE A PATH WAS NOTED FOR
SEVERAL MORE YARDS WITH TREES UPROOTED AND SNAPPED.  THE TORNADO
REMAINED 75 YARDS WIDE AND MAINTAINED EF-1 STRENGTH AS IT MOVED
INTO THE WOODS.  IT IS UNKNOWN IF THE TORNADO CONTINUED FURTHER
INTO THE WOODS DUE TO A LACK OF ACCESS.

.TORNADO #4 BAYOU GAUCHE...

RATING:                 EF-0
ESTIMATED PEAK WIND:    75 MPH
PATH LENGTH /STATUTE/:  0.80 MILES
PATH WIDTH /MAXIMUM/:   50 YARDS
FATALITIES:             0
INJURIES:               0

START DATE:             APRIL 27 2015
START TIME:             10:08 AM CDT
START LOCATION:         BAYOU GAUCHE, LA
START LAT/LON:          29.8094/-90.4313

END DATE:               APRIL 27 2015
END TIME:               10:09 AM CDT
END LOCATION:           BAYOU GAUCHE, LA
END_LAT/LON:            29.8060/-90.4185

SURVEY_SUMMARY...SMALL TREES WERE UPROOTED IN A FIELD WEST OF LOUISIANA
HIGHWAY 306 PRODUCING EF-0 DAMAGE.  PATH WIDTH WAS 25 YARDS WIDE AT THIS
POINT.  THE TORNADO QUICKLY MOVED TO THE EAST-SOUTHEAST AND CROSSED
LOUISIANA HIGHWAY 306 BETWEEN MARK AND MATTHEW STREET WHERE ADDITIONAL
LARGE TREE BRANCHES WERE SNAPPED FROM NUMEROUS TREES.  MINOR DAMAGE TO
ROOF COVERINGS WAS NOTED ALONG MARK AND MATTHEW STREETS.  POWER POLES
WERE ALSO LEANING SOUTH OF MATTHEW STREET.  THE DAMAGE PATH WAS 50 YARDS
WIDE AT THIS POINT AND EF-0 DAMAGE WAS NOTED.  THE TORNADO CONTINUED
MOVING EAST-SOUTHEAST AND MOVED ACROSS SHAMROCK DRIVE AT EDNA STREET.  A
HOME HAD SIDING REMOVED AND SOME SHINGLES REMOVED. TREES WERE ALSO
DAMAGED ALONG EDNA STREET.  THE TORNADO WAS 50 YARDS WIDE AND PRODUCED
EF-0 DAMAGE ALONG EDNA AND SHAMROCK STREETS.  THERE WAS ADDITIONAL TREE
DAMAGE OBSERVED BEYOND THE LEVEE BEHIND SHAMROCK STREET...BUT DUE TO LACK
OF ACCESS THIS IS WHERE THE END POINT OF THE TORNADO IS NOTED.

.ADDITIONAL INFORMATION...

TWO OTHER AREAS OF UPROOTED AND SNAPPED TREES...DOWNED POWER POLES...AND
MINOR DAMAGE TO A FEW HOMES WERE NOTED IN NAPOLEONVILLE AND IN CHACKBAY
ALONG CHOCTAW ROAD.  IN BOTH AREAS...THE DAMAGE HAD A UNIFORM DIRECTION
OUT OF THE NORTHWEST WITH NO ROTATION NOTED IN THE DEBRIS. STRAIGHT LINE
WINDS OF 70 TO 80 MPH IMPACTED THESE AREAS.

EF SCALE: THE ENHANCED FUJITA SCALE CLASSIFIES
TORNADOES INTO THE FOLLOWING CATEGORIES.

EF0...WEAK......65 TO 85 MPH
EF1...WEAK......86 TO 110 MPH
EF2...STRONG....111 TO 135 MPH
EF3...STRONG....136 TO 165 MPH
EF4...VIOLENT...166 TO 200 MPH
EF5...VIOLENT...>200 MPH*|

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

$$


000
NOUS44 KLIX 290120
PNSLIX

...NWS DAMAGE SURVEY FOR 04/27/15 TORNADO EVENT

.ASSUMPTION PARISH...LAFOURCHE PARISH...AND SAINT CHARLES PARISH

.TORNADO #1 PIERRE PART

RATING:                 EF-1
ESTIMATED PEAK WIND:    100 MPH
PATH LENGTH /STATUTE/:  0.65 MILES
PATH WIDTH /MAXIMUM/:   150 YARDS
FATALITIES:             0
INJURIES:               0

START DATE:             APRIL 27 2015
START TIME:             9:15 AM CDT
START LOCATION:         2.5 N PIERRE PART, LA
START LAT/LON:          30.0037/-91.1981

END DATE:               APRIL 27 2015
END TIME:               9:17 AM CDT
END LOCATION:           2.4 N PIERRE PART, LA
END_LAT/LON:            29.9998/-91.1884

SURVEY_SUMMARY:  TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN ALONG GRAVEL DRIVEWAY
NEAR DERRICK STREET NORTH OF PIERRE PART SNAPPING OFF LARGE
BRANCHES ALONG THE DRIVEWAY PRODUCING EF-0 DAMAGE. PATH WIDTH
WAS APPROXIMATELY 50 YARDS WIDE AT THIS POINT. THE TORNADO
THEN MOVED EAST-SOUTHEAST AND CROSSED DERRICK STREET DAMAGING
SEVERAL HOMES AND SNAPPING HARDWOOD TREES. A CARPORT WAS
DESTROYED ON ONE RESIDENCE AND A PORCH COLLAPSED ON ANOTHER HOME.
A THIRD HOME HAD MOST OF THE TIN ROOFING TORN OFF THE BACK OF THE
HOUSE.  THE TORNADO STRENGTH WAS RATED AS EF-1 WITH A PATH WIDTH
OF 150 YARDS.  THE TORNADO CONTINUED MOVING EAST-SOUTHEAST AND
THEN CROSSED LOUISIANA HIGHWAY 70 AND PARALLELED LEE DRIVE CAUSING
SPORADIC TREE DAMAGE ALONG AND CAUSING MINOR DAMAGE TO HOMES.  THE
TORNADO WAS RATED AN EF-0 AND THE PATH WIDTH WAS 150 YARDS AT THIS
POINT.  THE TORNADO THEN INTENSIFIED AS IT REACHED THE INTERSECTION
OF LEE DRIVE AND EAST DRIVE REGAINING EF-1 STATUS.  A HOME HAD THE
CHIMNEY COLLAPSE AND ANOTHER HOME HAD A LARGE PORTION OF THE TIN
ROOF REMOVED WITH THE WOODEN BEAMS EXPOSED.  SEVERAL LARGE TREES
WERE ALSO SNAPPED AT THE BASE.  THE WIDTH WAS STILL 150 YARDS AS IT
CROSSED AVOCA ISLAND CUTOFF CANAL...BUT THE TORNADO WEAKENED BACK TO
EF-0 STRENGTH AS IT CROSSED GRAND COUPE LANE.  AN METAL WAREHOUSE
BUILDING HAD DOORS BLOWN INWARD AT THIS LOCATION.  THE TORNADO
THEN MOVED INTO THE WOODS NEAR THE END OF NOE STREET WHERE LARGE
BRANCHES WERE SNAPPED OFF.  THE TORNADO REMAINED 150 YARDS WIDE
AT THIS POINT.  NO ACCESS WAS AVAILABLE BEYOND THIS POINT...AND IT
IS UNKNOWN IF THE TORNADO REMAINED ON THE GROUND BEYOND THE END OF
NOE STREET.

.TORNADO #2 NAPOLEONVILLE...

RATING:                 EF-0
ESTIMATED PEAK WIND:    85 MPH
PATH LENGTH /STATUTE/:  0.80 MILES
PATH WIDTH /MAXIMUM/:   75 YARDS
FATALITIES:             0
INJURIES:               0

START DATE:             APRIL 27 2015
START TIME:             9:28 AM CDT
START LOCATION:         2 NNW OF NAPOLEONVILLE, LA
START LAT/LON:          30.0037/-91.1981

END DATE:               APRIL 27 2015
END TIME:               9:30 AM CDT
END LOCATION:           1.5 N OF NAPOLEONVILLE, LA
END_LAT/LON:            29.9541/-91.0296

SURVEY_SUMMARY: THE TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN IN AN AREA OF SOFTWOOD
PINE TREES WEST OF BAYOUSIDE STREET.  TREES HAD LARGE BRANCHES
SNAPPED AND EF-0 DAMAGE WAS NOTED.  THE PATH WIDTH WAS ONLY
25 YARDS AT THIS POINT.  THE TORNADO THEN MOVED TO THE SOUTHEAST
AND CROSSED LOUISIANA HIGHWAY 402 CAUSING ADDITIONAL EF-0 DAMAGE.
SEVERAL TREES HAD LARGE BRANCHES SNAPPED OFF AND A FEW TREES
WERE UPROOTED.  NO VISIBLE DAMAGE TO ANY STRUCTURES WAS NOTED.  THE
PATH WIDTH IN THIS AREA WAS APPROXIMATELY 75 YARDS WIDE.  THE
TORNADO CROSSED LOUISIANA HIGHWAY ONE AND BAYOU LAFOURCHE JUST SOUTH
OF HOSPITAL ROAD CAUSING ADDITIONAL TREE DAMAGE.  THE TORNADO THEN
CROSSED LOUISIANA HIGHWAY 308 SOUTH OF DODGE ROAD WHERE ADDITIONAL
TREE DAMAGE IN THE FORM OF LARGE BRANCHES REMOVED FROM HARDWOOD
TREES WAS NOTED.  ALL OF THIS DAMAGE WAS RATED EF-0 AND THE PATH
WIDTH NARROWED TO 25 YARDS. NO ADDITIONAL DAMAGE WAS NOTED BEYOND
THIS POINT.

.TORNADO #3 CHACKBAY...

RATING:                 EF-1
ESTIMATED PEAK WIND:    90 MPH
PATH LENGTH /STATUTE/:  0.50 MILES
PATH WIDTH /MAXIMUM/:   75 YARDS
FATALITIES:             0
INJURIES:               0

START DATE:             APRIL 27 2015
START TIME:             9:43 AM CDT
START LOCATION:         2.5 MILES SSW CHACKBAY, LA
START LAT/LON:          29.8572/-90.8043

END DATE:               APRIL 27 2015
END TIME:               9:44 AM CDT
END LOCATION:           2.5 MILES SSW CHACKBAY, LA
END_LAT/LON:            29.8516/-90.7990

SURVEY_SUMMARY: TREE DAMAGE WAS NOTED ACROSS A FIELD WEST OF
LOUISIANA HIGHWAY 20 AND DUE TO LACK OF ROAD ACCESS THIS WAS
DETERMINED TO BE THE START POINT OF THE TORNADO. SEVERAL LARGE
TREES WERE UPROOTED ALONG THE TREE LINE.  DAMAGE WAS NOTED
AS EF-1 IN THIS LOCATION.  THE TORNADO THEN MOVED EAST-SOUTHEAST
ACROSS THE FIELD AND CROSSED LOUISIANA HIGHWAY 20 AT THE INTERSECTION
WITH APPLETREE DRIVE.  EF-1 TORNADO DAMAGE WAS NOTED HERE AND
THE TORNADO WAS APPROXIMATELY 75 YARDS WIDE AT THIS POINT.
A SMALL PROFESSIONAL BUILDING HAD LARGE PORTIONS OF SIDING
RIPPED OFF AND SHINGLES MISSING FROM THE ROOF.  TREES WERE
UPROOTED IN VARYING DIRECTIONS IN FRONT OF HOME...AND SEVERAL
POWER POLES WERE SNAPPED AT THE BASE IN THIS LOCATION.  THE
TORNADO THEN MOVED EAST-SOUTHEAST DOWN APPLETREE LANE AND REMOVED
A LARGE PORTION OF THE SHINGLES FROM SEVERAL HOMES.  SEVERAL TREES
WERE ALSO UPROOTED AND SNAPPED IN THIS AREA.  HIGH END EF-0
AND LOW END EF-1 DAMAGE WAS NOTED ALONG APPLETREE DRIVE.  AT
THE END OF APPLETREE DRIVE...A DETACHED GARAGE COLLAPSED. THE
TORNADO THEN CONTINUED INTO THE WOODS WHERE A PATH WAS NOTED FOR
SEVERAL MORE YARDS WITH TREES UPROOTED AND SNAPPED.  THE TORNADO
REMAINED 75 YARDS WIDE AND MAINTAINED EF-1 STRENGTH AS IT MOVED
INTO THE WOODS.  IT IS UNKNOWN IF THE TORNADO CONTINUED FURTHER
INTO THE WOODS DUE TO A LACK OF ACCESS.

.TORNADO #4 BAYOU GAUCHE...

RATING:                 EF-0
ESTIMATED PEAK WIND:    75 MPH
PATH LENGTH /STATUTE/:  0.80 MILES
PATH WIDTH /MAXIMUM/:   50 YARDS
FATALITIES:             0
INJURIES:               0

START DATE:             APRIL 27 2015
START TIME:             10:08 AM CDT
START LOCATION:         BAYOU GAUCHE, LA
START LAT/LON:          29.8094/-90.4313

END DATE:               APRIL 27 2015
END TIME:               10:09 AM CDT
END LOCATION:           BAYOU GAUCHE, LA
END_LAT/LON:            29.8060/-90.4185

SURVEY_SUMMARY...SMALL TREES WERE UPROOTED IN A FIELD WEST OF LOUISIANA
HIGHWAY 306 PRODUCING EF-0 DAMAGE.  PATH WIDTH WAS 25 YARDS WIDE AT THIS
POINT.  THE TORNADO QUICKLY MOVED TO THE EAST-SOUTHEAST AND CROSSED
LOUISIANA HIGHWAY 306 BETWEEN MARK AND MATTHEW STREET WHERE ADDITIONAL
LARGE TREE BRANCHES WERE SNAPPED FROM NUMEROUS TREES.  MINOR DAMAGE TO
ROOF COVERINGS WAS NOTED ALONG MARK AND MATTHEW STREETS.  POWER POLES
WERE ALSO LEANING SOUTH OF MATTHEW STREET.  THE DAMAGE PATH WAS 50 YARDS
WIDE AT THIS POINT AND EF-0 DAMAGE WAS NOTED.  THE TORNADO CONTINUED
MOVING EAST-SOUTHEAST AND MOVED ACROSS SHAMROCK DRIVE AT EDNA STREET.  A
HOME HAD SIDING REMOVED AND SOME SHINGLES REMOVED. TREES WERE ALSO
DAMAGED ALONG EDNA STREET.  THE TORNADO WAS 50 YARDS WIDE AND PRODUCED
EF-0 DAMAGE ALONG EDNA AND SHAMROCK STREETS.  THERE WAS ADDITIONAL TREE
DAMAGE OBSERVED BEYOND THE LEVEE BEHIND SHAMROCK STREET...BUT DUE TO LACK
OF ACCESS THIS IS WHERE THE END POINT OF THE TORNADO IS NOTED.

.ADDITIONAL INFORMATION...

TWO OTHER AREAS OF UPROOTED AND SNAPPED TREES...DOWNED POWER POLES...AND
MINOR DAMAGE TO A FEW HOMES WERE NOTED IN NAPOLEONVILLE AND IN CHACKBAY
ALONG CHOCTAW ROAD.  IN BOTH AREAS...THE DAMAGE HAD A UNIFORM DIRECTION
OUT OF THE NORTHWEST WITH NO ROTATION NOTED IN THE DEBRIS. STRAIGHT LINE
WINDS OF 70 TO 80 MPH IMPACTED THESE AREAS.

EF SCALE: THE ENHANCED FUJITA SCALE CLASSIFIES
TORNADOES INTO THE FOLLOWING CATEGORIES.

EF0...WEAK......65 TO 85 MPH
EF1...WEAK......86 TO 110 MPH
EF2...STRONG....111 TO 135 MPH
EF3...STRONG....136 TO 165 MPH
EF4...VIOLENT...166 TO 200 MPH
EF5...VIOLENT...>200 MPH*|

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

$$



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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND FORKS ND
215 PM CDT TUE APR 28 2015

...WEDNESDAY IS NORTH DAKOTA STATEWIDE TORNADO DRILL DAY...

THIS IS NORTH DAKOTA SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK...AND TO ACCENT
THE TRAINING ACTIVITIES HELD THIS WEEK...THERE WILL BE A STATEWIDE
TORNADO DRILL ON WEDNESDAY...APRIL 29TH.

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICES IN GRAND FORKS AND BISMARCK
WILL ISSUE TEST TORNADO WARNINGS FOR ALL COUNTIES AROUND 11:15 AM
CDT. LOCAL COMMUNITIES MAY JOIN IN BY ACTIVATING THEIR LOCAL SIRENS
AND OTHER PUBLIC NOTIFICATION SYSTEMS.

THIS IS A GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR EACH RESIDENT TO TEST THEIR
PREPAREDNESS AND RESPONSE PLANS AS WELL:

FIRST...HOW DO YOU RECEIVE YOUR STORM WARNINGS?

IF A TORNADIC STORM IS APPROACHING YOUR AREA...DO YOU KNOW WHERE
YOUR NEAREST SHELTER IS LOCATED?

CAN YOU AND YOUR FAMILY GET TO SHELTER QUICKLY?

FOR MORE INFORMATION CHECK OUT OUR WEBPAGE AT:

    WEATHER.GOV/FGF

AND HAVE A SAFE SUMMER SEVERE WEATHER SEASON.

$$

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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND FORKS ND
215 PM CDT TUE APR 28 2015

...WEDNESDAY IS NORTH DAKOTA STATEWIDE TORNADO DRILL DAY...

THIS IS NORTH DAKOTA SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK...AND TO ACCENT
THE TRAINING ACTIVITIES HELD THIS WEEK...THERE WILL BE A STATEWIDE
TORNADO DRILL ON WEDNESDAY...APRIL 29TH.

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICES IN GRAND FORKS AND BISMARCK
WILL ISSUE TEST TORNADO WARNINGS FOR ALL COUNTIES AROUND 11:15 AM
CDT. LOCAL COMMUNITIES MAY JOIN IN BY ACTIVATING THEIR LOCAL SIRENS
AND OTHER PUBLIC NOTIFICATION SYSTEMS.

THIS IS A GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR EACH RESIDENT TO TEST THEIR
PREPAREDNESS AND RESPONSE PLANS AS WELL:

FIRST...HOW DO YOU RECEIVE YOUR STORM WARNINGS?

IF A TORNADIC STORM IS APPROACHING YOUR AREA...DO YOU KNOW WHERE
YOUR NEAREST SHELTER IS LOCATED?

CAN YOU AND YOUR FAMILY GET TO SHELTER QUICKLY?

FOR MORE INFORMATION CHECK OUT OUR WEBPAGE AT:

    WEATHER.GOV/FGF

AND HAVE A SAFE SUMMER SEVERE WEATHER SEASON.

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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND FORKS ND
215 PM CDT TUE APR 28 2015

...WEDNESDAY IS NORTH DAKOTA STATEWIDE TORNADO DRILL DAY...

THIS IS NORTH DAKOTA SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK...AND TO ACCENT
THE TRAINING ACTIVITIES HELD THIS WEEK...THERE WILL BE A STATEWIDE
TORNADO DRILL ON WEDNESDAY...APRIL 29TH.

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICES IN GRAND FORKS AND BISMARCK
WILL ISSUE TEST TORNADO WARNINGS FOR ALL COUNTIES AROUND 11:15 AM
CDT. LOCAL COMMUNITIES MAY JOIN IN BY ACTIVATING THEIR LOCAL SIRENS
AND OTHER PUBLIC NOTIFICATION SYSTEMS.

THIS IS A GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR EACH RESIDENT TO TEST THEIR
PREPAREDNESS AND RESPONSE PLANS AS WELL:

FIRST...HOW DO YOU RECEIVE YOUR STORM WARNINGS?

IF A TORNADIC STORM IS APPROACHING YOUR AREA...DO YOU KNOW WHERE
YOUR NEAREST SHELTER IS LOCATED?

CAN YOU AND YOUR FAMILY GET TO SHELTER QUICKLY?

FOR MORE INFORMATION CHECK OUT OUR WEBPAGE AT:

    WEATHER.GOV/FGF

AND HAVE A SAFE SUMMER SEVERE WEATHER SEASON.

$$

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PNSFGF
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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND FORKS ND
215 PM CDT TUE APR 28 2015

...WEDNESDAY IS NORTH DAKOTA STATEWIDE TORNADO DRILL DAY...

THIS IS NORTH DAKOTA SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK...AND TO ACCENT
THE TRAINING ACTIVITIES HELD THIS WEEK...THERE WILL BE A STATEWIDE
TORNADO DRILL ON WEDNESDAY...APRIL 29TH.

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICES IN GRAND FORKS AND BISMARCK
WILL ISSUE TEST TORNADO WARNINGS FOR ALL COUNTIES AROUND 11:15 AM
CDT. LOCAL COMMUNITIES MAY JOIN IN BY ACTIVATING THEIR LOCAL SIRENS
AND OTHER PUBLIC NOTIFICATION SYSTEMS.

THIS IS A GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR EACH RESIDENT TO TEST THEIR
PREPAREDNESS AND RESPONSE PLANS AS WELL:

FIRST...HOW DO YOU RECEIVE YOUR STORM WARNINGS?

IF A TORNADIC STORM IS APPROACHING YOUR AREA...DO YOU KNOW WHERE
YOUR NEAREST SHELTER IS LOCATED?

CAN YOU AND YOUR FAMILY GET TO SHELTER QUICKLY?

FOR MORE INFORMATION CHECK OUT OUR WEBPAGE AT:

    WEATHER.GOV/FGF

AND HAVE A SAFE SUMMER SEVERE WEATHER SEASON.

$$

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PNSSPN

COMUNICADO DE INFORMACION PUBLICA
SERVICIO NACIONAL DE METEOROLOGIA SAN JUAN PR
1230 PM AST MARTES 28 DE ABRIL DE 2015

TEMPERATURAS CALUROSAS CERCA DEL RECORD SON POSIBLES NUEVAMENTE
DESDE ARECIBO HASTA EL AREA METROPOLITANA DE SAN JUAN. SE DEBE TOMAR
PRECAUCIONES PARA MINIMIZAR EL RIESGO DEL CALOR...ESPECIALMENTE
DESDE LA MITAD DEL DIA HASTA MEDIADOS DE LA TARDE. LAS TEMPERATURAS
FLUCTUARAN ENTRE LOS 90 A 95 GRADOS Y EL INDICE DE CALOR ESTARA
ALREDEDOR DE LOS 100 GRADOS MAYORMENTE A TRAVES DE LAS ELEVACIONES
BAJAS Y AREAS COSTERAS.

SE ESPERA QUE LA CAPA DE AIRE DEL SAHARA CONTINUE QUE AFECTE EL AREA
LOCAL AL MENOS HASTA EL JUEVES. LA CORRIENTE DE VIENTOS DOMINANTE
DEL SUR TAMBIEN CAUSARA TEMPERATURAS ANORMALMENTE MAS CALIENTES EN
ALGUNAS AREAS CON TEMPERATURAS ALCANZANDO O PASANDO LOS RECORDS
ESTABLECIDOS.

$$


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NOCA42 TJSJ 281642 RRA
PNSSPN

COMUNICADO DE INFORMACION PUBLICA
SERVICIO NACIONAL DE METEOROLOGIA SAN JUAN PR
1230 PM AST MARTES 28 DE ABRIL DE 2015

TEMPERATURAS CALUROSAS CERCA DEL RECORD SON POSIBLES NUEVAMENTE
DESDE ARECIBO HASTA EL AREA METROPOLITANA DE SAN JUAN. SE DEBE TOMAR
PRECAUCIONES PARA MINIMIZAR EL RIESGO DEL CALOR...ESPECIALMENTE
DESDE LA MITAD DEL DIA HASTA MEDIADOS DE LA TARDE. LAS TEMPERATURAS
FLUCTUARAN ENTRE LOS 90 A 95 GRADOS Y EL INDICE DE CALOR ESTARA
ALREDEDOR DE LOS 100 GRADOS MAYORMENTE A TRAVES DE LAS ELEVACIONES
BAJAS Y AREAS COSTERAS.

SE ESPERA QUE LA CAPA DE AIRE DEL SAHARA CONTINUE QUE AFECTE EL AREA
LOCAL AL MENOS HASTA EL JUEVES. LA CORRIENTE DE VIENTOS DOMINANTE
DEL SUR TAMBIEN CAUSARA TEMPERATURAS ANORMALMENTE MAS CALIENTES EN
ALGUNAS AREAS CON TEMPERATURAS ALCANZANDO O PASANDO LOS RECORDS
ESTABLECIDOS.

$$



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NOCA42 TJSJ 281642 RRA
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COMUNICADO DE INFORMACION PUBLICA
SERVICIO NACIONAL DE METEOROLOGIA SAN JUAN PR
1230 PM AST MARTES 28 DE ABRIL DE 2015

TEMPERATURAS CALUROSAS CERCA DEL RECORD SON POSIBLES NUEVAMENTE
DESDE ARECIBO HASTA EL AREA METROPOLITANA DE SAN JUAN. SE DEBE TOMAR
PRECAUCIONES PARA MINIMIZAR EL RIESGO DEL CALOR...ESPECIALMENTE
DESDE LA MITAD DEL DIA HASTA MEDIADOS DE LA TARDE. LAS TEMPERATURAS
FLUCTUARAN ENTRE LOS 90 A 95 GRADOS Y EL INDICE DE CALOR ESTARA
ALREDEDOR DE LOS 100 GRADOS MAYORMENTE A TRAVES DE LAS ELEVACIONES
BAJAS Y AREAS COSTERAS.

SE ESPERA QUE LA CAPA DE AIRE DEL SAHARA CONTINUE QUE AFECTE EL AREA
LOCAL AL MENOS HASTA EL JUEVES. LA CORRIENTE DE VIENTOS DOMINANTE
DEL SUR TAMBIEN CAUSARA TEMPERATURAS ANORMALMENTE MAS CALIENTES EN
ALGUNAS AREAS CON TEMPERATURAS ALCANZANDO O PASANDO LOS RECORDS
ESTABLECIDOS.

$$



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NOCA42 TJSJ 281642 RRA
PNSSPN

COMUNICADO DE INFORMACION PUBLICA
SERVICIO NACIONAL DE METEOROLOGIA SAN JUAN PR
1230 PM AST MARTES 28 DE ABRIL DE 2015

TEMPERATURAS CALUROSAS CERCA DEL RECORD SON POSIBLES NUEVAMENTE
DESDE ARECIBO HASTA EL AREA METROPOLITANA DE SAN JUAN. SE DEBE TOMAR
PRECAUCIONES PARA MINIMIZAR EL RIESGO DEL CALOR...ESPECIALMENTE
DESDE LA MITAD DEL DIA HASTA MEDIADOS DE LA TARDE. LAS TEMPERATURAS
FLUCTUARAN ENTRE LOS 90 A 95 GRADOS Y EL INDICE DE CALOR ESTARA
ALREDEDOR DE LOS 100 GRADOS MAYORMENTE A TRAVES DE LAS ELEVACIONES
BAJAS Y AREAS COSTERAS.

SE ESPERA QUE LA CAPA DE AIRE DEL SAHARA CONTINUE QUE AFECTE EL AREA
LOCAL AL MENOS HASTA EL JUEVES. LA CORRIENTE DE VIENTOS DOMINANTE
DEL SUR TAMBIEN CAUSARA TEMPERATURAS ANORMALMENTE MAS CALIENTES EN
ALGUNAS AREAS CON TEMPERATURAS ALCANZANDO O PASANDO LOS RECORDS
ESTABLECIDOS.

$$



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NOCA42 TJSJ 281642 RRA
PNSSPN

COMUNICADO DE INFORMACION PUBLICA
SERVICIO NACIONAL DE METEOROLOGIA SAN JUAN PR
1230 PM AST MARTES 28 DE ABRIL DE 2015

TEMPERATURAS CALUROSAS CERCA DEL RECORD SON POSIBLES NUEVAMENTE
DESDE ARECIBO HASTA EL AREA METROPOLITANA DE SAN JUAN. SE DEBE TOMAR
PRECAUCIONES PARA MINIMIZAR EL RIESGO DEL CALOR...ESPECIALMENTE
DESDE LA MITAD DEL DIA HASTA MEDIADOS DE LA TARDE. LAS TEMPERATURAS
FLUCTUARAN ENTRE LOS 90 A 95 GRADOS Y EL INDICE DE CALOR ESTARA
ALREDEDOR DE LOS 100 GRADOS MAYORMENTE A TRAVES DE LAS ELEVACIONES
BAJAS Y AREAS COSTERAS.

SE ESPERA QUE LA CAPA DE AIRE DEL SAHARA CONTINUE QUE AFECTE EL AREA
LOCAL AL MENOS HASTA EL JUEVES. LA CORRIENTE DE VIENTOS DOMINANTE
DEL SUR TAMBIEN CAUSARA TEMPERATURAS ANORMALMENTE MAS CALIENTES EN
ALGUNAS AREAS CON TEMPERATURAS ALCANZANDO O PASANDO LOS RECORDS
ESTABLECIDOS.

$$



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NOCA42 TJSJ 281642
PNSSPN

COMUNICADO DE INFORMACION PUBLICA
SERVICIO NACIONAL DE METEOROLOGIA SAN JUAN PR
1230 PM AST MARTES 28 DE ABRIL DE 2015

TEMPERATURAS CALUROSAS CERCA DEL RECORD SON POSIBLES NUEVAMENTE
DESDE ARECIBO HASTA EL AREA METROPOLITANA DE SAN JUAN. SE DEBE TOMAR
PRECAUCIONES PARA MINIMIZAR EL RIESGO DEL CALOR...ESPECIALMENTE
DESDE LA MITAD DEL DIA HASTA MEDIADOS DE LA TARDE. LAS TEMPERATURAS
FLUCTUARAN ENTRE LOS 90 A 95 GRADOS Y EL INDICE DE CALOR ESTARA
ALREDEDOR DE LOS 100 GRADOS MAYORMENTE A TRAVES DE LAS ELEVACIONES
BAJAS Y AREAS COSTERAS.

SE ESPERA QUE LA CAPA DE AIRE DEL SAHARA CONTINUE QUE AFECTE EL AREA
LOCAL AL MENOS HASTA EL JUEVES. LA CORRIENTE DE VIENTOS DOMINANTE
DEL SUR TAMBIEN CAUSARA TEMPERATURAS ANORMALMENTE MAS CALIENTES EN
ALGUNAS AREAS CON TEMPERATURAS ALCANZANDO O PASANDO LOS RECORDS
ESTABLECIDOS.


000
NOCA42 TJSJ 281642
PNSSPN

COMUNICADO DE INFORMACION PUBLICA
SERVICIO NACIONAL DE METEOROLOGIA SAN JUAN PR
1230 PM AST MARTES 28 DE ABRIL DE 2015

TEMPERATURAS CALUROSAS CERCA DEL RECORD SON POSIBLES NUEVAMENTE
DESDE ARECIBO HASTA EL AREA METROPOLITANA DE SAN JUAN. SE DEBE TOMAR
PRECAUCIONES PARA MINIMIZAR EL RIESGO DEL CALOR...ESPECIALMENTE
DESDE LA MITAD DEL DIA HASTA MEDIADOS DE LA TARDE. LAS TEMPERATURAS
FLUCTUARAN ENTRE LOS 90 A 95 GRADOS Y EL INDICE DE CALOR ESTARA
ALREDEDOR DE LOS 100 GRADOS MAYORMENTE A TRAVES DE LAS ELEVACIONES
BAJAS Y AREAS COSTERAS.

SE ESPERA QUE LA CAPA DE AIRE DEL SAHARA CONTINUE QUE AFECTE EL AREA
LOCAL AL MENOS HASTA EL JUEVES. LA CORRIENTE DE VIENTOS DOMINANTE
DEL SUR TAMBIEN CAUSARA TEMPERATURAS ANORMALMENTE MAS CALIENTES EN
ALGUNAS AREAS CON TEMPERATURAS ALCANZANDO O PASANDO LOS RECORDS
ESTABLECIDOS.



000
NOCA42 TJSJ 281642 RRA
PNSSPN

COMUNICADO DE INFORMACION PUBLICA
SERVICIO NACIONAL DE METEOROLOGIA SAN JUAN PR
1230 PM AST MARTES 28 DE ABRIL DE 2015

TEMPERATURAS CALUROSAS CERCA DEL RECORD SON POSIBLES NUEVAMENTE
DESDE ARECIBO HASTA EL AREA METROPOLITANA DE SAN JUAN. SE DEBE TOMAR
PRECAUCIONES PARA MINIMIZAR EL RIESGO DEL CALOR...ESPECIALMENTE
DESDE LA MITAD DEL DIA HASTA MEDIADOS DE LA TARDE. LAS TEMPERATURAS
FLUCTUARAN ENTRE LOS 90 A 95 GRADOS Y EL INDICE DE CALOR ESTARA
ALREDEDOR DE LOS 100 GRADOS MAYORMENTE A TRAVES DE LAS ELEVACIONES
BAJAS Y AREAS COSTERAS.

SE ESPERA QUE LA CAPA DE AIRE DEL SAHARA CONTINUE QUE AFECTE EL AREA
LOCAL AL MENOS HASTA EL JUEVES. LA CORRIENTE DE VIENTOS DOMINANTE
DEL SUR TAMBIEN CAUSARA TEMPERATURAS ANORMALMENTE MAS CALIENTES EN
ALGUNAS AREAS CON TEMPERATURAS ALCANZANDO O PASANDO LOS RECORDS
ESTABLECIDOS.

$$



000
NOCA42 TJSJ 281642
PNSSPN

COMUNICADO DE INFORMACION PUBLICA
SERVICIO NACIONAL DE METEOROLOGIA SAN JUAN PR
1230 PM AST MARTES 28 DE ABRIL DE 2015

TEMPERATURAS CALUROSAS CERCA DEL RECORD SON POSIBLES NUEVAMENTE
DESDE ARECIBO HASTA EL AREA METROPOLITANA DE SAN JUAN. SE DEBE TOMAR
PRECAUCIONES PARA MINIMIZAR EL RIESGO DEL CALOR...ESPECIALMENTE
DESDE LA MITAD DEL DIA HASTA MEDIADOS DE LA TARDE. LAS TEMPERATURAS
FLUCTUARAN ENTRE LOS 90 A 95 GRADOS Y EL INDICE DE CALOR ESTARA
ALREDEDOR DE LOS 100 GRADOS MAYORMENTE A TRAVES DE LAS ELEVACIONES
BAJAS Y AREAS COSTERAS.

SE ESPERA QUE LA CAPA DE AIRE DEL SAHARA CONTINUE QUE AFECTE EL AREA
LOCAL AL MENOS HASTA EL JUEVES. LA CORRIENTE DE VIENTOS DOMINANTE
DEL SUR TAMBIEN CAUSARA TEMPERATURAS ANORMALMENTE MAS CALIENTES EN
ALGUNAS AREAS CON TEMPERATURAS ALCANZANDO O PASANDO LOS RECORDS
ESTABLECIDOS.



000
NOCA42 TJSJ 281642
PNSSPN

COMUNICADO DE INFORMACION PUBLICA
SERVICIO NACIONAL DE METEOROLOGIA SAN JUAN PR
1230 PM AST MARTES 28 DE ABRIL DE 2015

TEMPERATURAS CALUROSAS CERCA DEL RECORD SON POSIBLES NUEVAMENTE
DESDE ARECIBO HASTA EL AREA METROPOLITANA DE SAN JUAN. SE DEBE TOMAR
PRECAUCIONES PARA MINIMIZAR EL RIESGO DEL CALOR...ESPECIALMENTE
DESDE LA MITAD DEL DIA HASTA MEDIADOS DE LA TARDE. LAS TEMPERATURAS
FLUCTUARAN ENTRE LOS 90 A 95 GRADOS Y EL INDICE DE CALOR ESTARA
ALREDEDOR DE LOS 100 GRADOS MAYORMENTE A TRAVES DE LAS ELEVACIONES
BAJAS Y AREAS COSTERAS.

SE ESPERA QUE LA CAPA DE AIRE DEL SAHARA CONTINUE QUE AFECTE EL AREA
LOCAL AL MENOS HASTA EL JUEVES. LA CORRIENTE DE VIENTOS DOMINANTE
DEL SUR TAMBIEN CAUSARA TEMPERATURAS ANORMALMENTE MAS CALIENTES EN
ALGUNAS AREAS CON TEMPERATURAS ALCANZANDO O PASANDO LOS RECORDS
ESTABLECIDOS.


000
NOUS43 KGLD 281201
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT TUE APR 28 2015

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

IN 1992, NO RAIN FELL IN GOODLAND KANSAS. IN FACT, NO RAIN FELL
FOR THE ENTIRE MONTH OF APRIL 1992, SOMETHING WHICH HAD NEVER
HAPPENED BEFORE IN THAT MONTH. NORMAL RAINFALL FOR THE MONTH IS 1.51
INCHES.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 281201
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT TUE APR 28 2015

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

IN 1992, NO RAIN FELL IN GOODLAND KANSAS. IN FACT, NO RAIN FELL
FOR THE ENTIRE MONTH OF APRIL 1992, SOMETHING WHICH HAD NEVER
HAPPENED BEFORE IN THAT MONTH. NORMAL RAINFALL FOR THE MONTH IS 1.51
INCHES.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 281201
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT TUE APR 28 2015

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

IN 1992, NO RAIN FELL IN GOODLAND KANSAS. IN FACT, NO RAIN FELL
FOR THE ENTIRE MONTH OF APRIL 1992, SOMETHING WHICH HAD NEVER
HAPPENED BEFORE IN THAT MONTH. NORMAL RAINFALL FOR THE MONTH IS 1.51
INCHES.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 281201
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT TUE APR 28 2015

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

IN 1992, NO RAIN FELL IN GOODLAND KANSAS. IN FACT, NO RAIN FELL
FOR THE ENTIRE MONTH OF APRIL 1992, SOMETHING WHICH HAD NEVER
HAPPENED BEFORE IN THAT MONTH. NORMAL RAINFALL FOR THE MONTH IS 1.51
INCHES.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 281201
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT TUE APR 28 2015

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

IN 1992, NO RAIN FELL IN GOODLAND KANSAS. IN FACT, NO RAIN FELL
FOR THE ENTIRE MONTH OF APRIL 1992, SOMETHING WHICH HAD NEVER
HAPPENED BEFORE IN THAT MONTH. NORMAL RAINFALL FOR THE MONTH IS 1.51
INCHES.

$$



000
NOUS43 KGLD 281201
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT TUE APR 28 2015

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

IN 1992, NO RAIN FELL IN GOODLAND KANSAS. IN FACT, NO RAIN FELL
FOR THE ENTIRE MONTH OF APRIL 1992, SOMETHING WHICH HAD NEVER
HAPPENED BEFORE IN THAT MONTH. NORMAL RAINFALL FOR THE MONTH IS 1.51
INCHES.

$$



000
NOUS41 KALY 281200
PNSALY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBANY NY
800 AM EDT TUE APRIL 28 2015

...SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK CONTINUES...

APRIL 26 TO MAY 2 IS SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK IN NEW YORK...
VERMONT...CONNECTICUT...AND MASSACHUSETTS. ALL RESIDENTS ARE
URGED TO BE WEATHER READY BY PROTECTING THEMSELVES FROM THE
HAZARDS OF FLOODING...TORNADOES...AND SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS.

TODAY WE REVIEW SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS.

SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS ARE DEFINED AS THUNDERSTORMS WITH WIND
SPEEDS OF 58 MPH OR GREATER AND OR HAIL OF ONE INCH IN DIAMETER
OR LARGER. SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS MOST FREQUENTLY OCCUR DURING THE
WARM MONTHS...BUT HAPPEN IN ALL SEASONS AND AT ALL TIMES OF THE DAY.

THUNDERSTORMS REQUIRE MOISTURE...LIFT AND UNSTABLE AIR TO DEVELOP.
MOISTURE IS NECESSARY FOR THE CLOUDS AND RAIN. LIFT IS USUALLY
SUPPLIED BY WARM OR COLD FRONTS...SEA OR LAKE BREEZES...MOUNTAINS...
OR THE SUNS HEAT. LIFT SUPPLIED TO MOISTURE IN AN UNSTABLE
ENVIRONMENT RESULTS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF THUNDERSTORMS.
THUNDERSTORMS PROGRESS THROUGH THREE STAGES...DEVELOPING...
MATURE...AND DISSIPATING. IT IS IN THE MATURE STAGE THAT THUNDERSTORMS
ARE USUALLY MOST DANGEROUS...CAPABLE OF PRODUCING SEVERE WEATHER.

ALTHOUGH THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ISSUES WARNINGS FOR ONLY
THOSE THUNDERSTORMS EXPECTED TO MEET WARNING CRITERIA...ALL
THUNDERSTORMS ARE DANGEROUS. BY DEFINITION...THUNDERSTORMS CONTAIN
LIGHTNING. IF YOU CAN HEAR THUNDER...YOU CAN BE STRUCK BY LIGHTNING.
ONCE YOU HEAR THUNDER...SEEK SHELTER IMMEDIATELY IN A SAFE STRUCTURE.
MOST LIGHTNING FATALITIES OCCUR WHEN PEOPLE ARE CAUGHT OUTDOORS. IF
THE THUNDER ROARS...GO INDOORS.

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ISSUES SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCHES AND
WARNINGS TO ALERT THE PUBLIC TO A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM THREAT. A
SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCH MEANS THAT SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS ARE
POSSIBLE. CONTINUE WITH YOUR DAILY ROUTINE...BUT BE READY TO
TAKE QUICK ACTION SHOULD A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING BE ISSUED.
A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING MEANS THAT SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS ARE
IMMINENT OR OCCURRING. SEEK SHELTER IMMEDIATELY.

SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS CAN KILL AND INJURE. SEVERE THUNDERSTORM
WARNINGS SHOULD BE TAKEN SERIOUSLY. YOU SHOULD PREPARE FOR
SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS. DEVELOP A SEVERE WEATHER SAFETY PLAN.
IDENTIFY SAFE SHELTERS WHERE YOU CAN GO SHOULD A SEVERE
THUNDERSTORM THREATEN. KNOW THE BASIC WEATHER SAFETY TERMS.
KEEP TUNED TO YOUR FAVORITE MEDIA OUTLET FOR THE LATEST NATIONAL
WEATHER SERVICE STATEMENTS CONCERNING SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS.

NOAA WEATHER RADIO OFFERS ONE WAY TO RECEIVE IMMEDIATE RELAY
OF SEVERE WEATHER WARNINGS. MANY LOCAL TELEVISION AND RADIO STATIONS
ALSO BROADCAST WEATHER ALERTS. COMPUTERS AND WIRELESS DEVICES CAN
ALSO RECEIVE WARNINGS. THE RED CROSS...MANY STATE EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
AGENCIES AND PRIVATE VENDORS HAVE WIRELESS APPLICATIONS THAT WILL ALERT
YOU OF SEVERE WEATHER BY RELAYING NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WARNINGS.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK...GO TO OUR
WEB SITE WWW.WEATHER.GOV. THEN CLICK ON EASTERN NEW YORK OR
WESTERN NEW ENGLAND. FINALLY...SELECT OUR SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS
LINK.

TOMORROW WE TAKE A LOOK AT WEATHER SAFETY AND PREPAREDNESS.

$$

DIRIENZO


000
NOUS41 KALY 281200
PNSALY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBANY NY
800 AM EDT TUE APRIL 28 2015

...SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK CONTINUES...

APRIL 26 TO MAY 2 IS SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK IN NEW YORK...
VERMONT...CONNECTICUT...AND MASSACHUSETTS. ALL RESIDENTS ARE
URGED TO BE WEATHER READY BY PROTECTING THEMSELVES FROM THE
HAZARDS OF FLOODING...TORNADOES...AND SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS.

TODAY WE REVIEW SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS.

SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS ARE DEFINED AS THUNDERSTORMS WITH WIND
SPEEDS OF 58 MPH OR GREATER AND OR HAIL OF ONE INCH IN DIAMETER
OR LARGER. SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS MOST FREQUENTLY OCCUR DURING THE
WARM MONTHS...BUT HAPPEN IN ALL SEASONS AND AT ALL TIMES OF THE DAY.

THUNDERSTORMS REQUIRE MOISTURE...LIFT AND UNSTABLE AIR TO DEVELOP.
MOISTURE IS NECESSARY FOR THE CLOUDS AND RAIN. LIFT IS USUALLY
SUPPLIED BY WARM OR COLD FRONTS...SEA OR LAKE BREEZES...MOUNTAINS...
OR THE SUNS HEAT. LIFT SUPPLIED TO MOISTURE IN AN UNSTABLE
ENVIRONMENT RESULTS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF THUNDERSTORMS.
THUNDERSTORMS PROGRESS THROUGH THREE STAGES...DEVELOPING...
MATURE...AND DISSIPATING. IT IS IN THE MATURE STAGE THAT THUNDERSTORMS
ARE USUALLY MOST DANGEROUS...CAPABLE OF PRODUCING SEVERE WEATHER.

ALTHOUGH THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ISSUES WARNINGS FOR ONLY
THOSE THUNDERSTORMS EXPECTED TO MEET WARNING CRITERIA...ALL
THUNDERSTORMS ARE DANGEROUS. BY DEFINITION...THUNDERSTORMS CONTAIN
LIGHTNING. IF YOU CAN HEAR THUNDER...YOU CAN BE STRUCK BY LIGHTNING.
ONCE YOU HEAR THUNDER...SEEK SHELTER IMMEDIATELY IN A SAFE STRUCTURE.
MOST LIGHTNING FATALITIES OCCUR WHEN PEOPLE ARE CAUGHT OUTDOORS. IF
THE THUNDER ROARS...GO INDOORS.

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ISSUES SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCHES AND
WARNINGS TO ALERT THE PUBLIC TO A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM THREAT. A
SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCH MEANS THAT SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS ARE
POSSIBLE. CONTINUE WITH YOUR DAILY ROUTINE...BUT BE READY TO
TAKE QUICK ACTION SHOULD A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING BE ISSUED.
A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING MEANS THAT SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS ARE
IMMINENT OR OCCURRING. SEEK SHELTER IMMEDIATELY.

SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS CAN KILL AND INJURE. SEVERE THUNDERSTORM
WARNINGS SHOULD BE TAKEN SERIOUSLY. YOU SHOULD PREPARE FOR
SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS. DEVELOP A SEVERE WEATHER SAFETY PLAN.
IDENTIFY SAFE SHELTERS WHERE YOU CAN GO SHOULD A SEVERE
THUNDERSTORM THREATEN. KNOW THE BASIC WEATHER SAFETY TERMS.
KEEP TUNED TO YOUR FAVORITE MEDIA OUTLET FOR THE LATEST NATIONAL
WEATHER SERVICE STATEMENTS CONCERNING SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS.

NOAA WEATHER RADIO OFFERS ONE WAY TO RECEIVE IMMEDIATE RELAY
OF SEVERE WEATHER WARNINGS. MANY LOCAL TELEVISION AND RADIO STATIONS
ALSO BROADCAST WEATHER ALERTS. COMPUTERS AND WIRELESS DEVICES CAN
ALSO RECEIVE WARNINGS. THE RED CROSS...MANY STATE EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
AGENCIES AND PRIVATE VENDORS HAVE WIRELESS APPLICATIONS THAT WILL ALERT
YOU OF SEVERE WEATHER BY RELAYING NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WARNINGS.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK...GO TO OUR
WEB SITE WWW.WEATHER.GOV. THEN CLICK ON EASTERN NEW YORK OR
WESTERN NEW ENGLAND. FINALLY...SELECT OUR SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS
LINK.

TOMORROW WE TAKE A LOOK AT WEATHER SAFETY AND PREPAREDNESS.

$$

DIRIENZO



000
NOUS41 KALY 281200
PNSALY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBANY NY
800 AM EDT TUE APRIL 28 2015

...SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK CONTINUES...

APRIL 26 TO MAY 2 IS SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK IN NEW YORK...
VERMONT...CONNECTICUT...AND MASSACHUSETTS. ALL RESIDENTS ARE
URGED TO BE WEATHER READY BY PROTECTING THEMSELVES FROM THE
HAZARDS OF FLOODING...TORNADOES...AND SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS.

TODAY WE REVIEW SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS.

SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS ARE DEFINED AS THUNDERSTORMS WITH WIND
SPEEDS OF 58 MPH OR GREATER AND OR HAIL OF ONE INCH IN DIAMETER
OR LARGER. SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS MOST FREQUENTLY OCCUR DURING THE
WARM MONTHS...BUT HAPPEN IN ALL SEASONS AND AT ALL TIMES OF THE DAY.

THUNDERSTORMS REQUIRE MOISTURE...LIFT AND UNSTABLE AIR TO DEVELOP.
MOISTURE IS NECESSARY FOR THE CLOUDS AND RAIN. LIFT IS USUALLY
SUPPLIED BY WARM OR COLD FRONTS...SEA OR LAKE BREEZES...MOUNTAINS...
OR THE SUNS HEAT. LIFT SUPPLIED TO MOISTURE IN AN UNSTABLE
ENVIRONMENT RESULTS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF THUNDERSTORMS.
THUNDERSTORMS PROGRESS THROUGH THREE STAGES...DEVELOPING...
MATURE...AND DISSIPATING. IT IS IN THE MATURE STAGE THAT THUNDERSTORMS
ARE USUALLY MOST DANGEROUS...CAPABLE OF PRODUCING SEVERE WEATHER.

ALTHOUGH THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ISSUES WARNINGS FOR ONLY
THOSE THUNDERSTORMS EXPECTED TO MEET WARNING CRITERIA...ALL
THUNDERSTORMS ARE DANGEROUS. BY DEFINITION...THUNDERSTORMS CONTAIN
LIGHTNING. IF YOU CAN HEAR THUNDER...YOU CAN BE STRUCK BY LIGHTNING.
ONCE YOU HEAR THUNDER...SEEK SHELTER IMMEDIATELY IN A SAFE STRUCTURE.
MOST LIGHTNING FATALITIES OCCUR WHEN PEOPLE ARE CAUGHT OUTDOORS. IF
THE THUNDER ROARS...GO INDOORS.

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ISSUES SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCHES AND
WARNINGS TO ALERT THE PUBLIC TO A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM THREAT. A
SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCH MEANS THAT SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS ARE
POSSIBLE. CONTINUE WITH YOUR DAILY ROUTINE...BUT BE READY TO
TAKE QUICK ACTION SHOULD A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING BE ISSUED.
A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING MEANS THAT SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS ARE
IMMINENT OR OCCURRING. SEEK SHELTER IMMEDIATELY.

SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS CAN KILL AND INJURE. SEVERE THUNDERSTORM
WARNINGS SHOULD BE TAKEN SERIOUSLY. YOU SHOULD PREPARE FOR
SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS. DEVELOP A SEVERE WEATHER SAFETY PLAN.
IDENTIFY SAFE SHELTERS WHERE YOU CAN GO SHOULD A SEVERE
THUNDERSTORM THREATEN. KNOW THE BASIC WEATHER SAFETY TERMS.
KEEP TUNED TO YOUR FAVORITE MEDIA OUTLET FOR THE LATEST NATIONAL
WEATHER SERVICE STATEMENTS CONCERNING SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS.

NOAA WEATHER RADIO OFFERS ONE WAY TO RECEIVE IMMEDIATE RELAY
OF SEVERE WEATHER WARNINGS. MANY LOCAL TELEVISION AND RADIO STATIONS
ALSO BROADCAST WEATHER ALERTS. COMPUTERS AND WIRELESS DEVICES CAN
ALSO RECEIVE WARNINGS. THE RED CROSS...MANY STATE EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
AGENCIES AND PRIVATE VENDORS HAVE WIRELESS APPLICATIONS THAT WILL ALERT
YOU OF SEVERE WEATHER BY RELAYING NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WARNINGS.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK...GO TO OUR
WEB SITE WWW.WEATHER.GOV. THEN CLICK ON EASTERN NEW YORK OR
WESTERN NEW ENGLAND. FINALLY...SELECT OUR SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS
LINK.

TOMORROW WE TAKE A LOOK AT WEATHER SAFETY AND PREPAREDNESS.

$$

DIRIENZO



000
NOUS41 KALY 281200
PNSALY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBANY NY
800 AM EDT TUE APRIL 28 2015

...SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK CONTINUES...

APRIL 26 TO MAY 2 IS SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK IN NEW YORK...
VERMONT...CONNECTICUT...AND MASSACHUSETTS. ALL RESIDENTS ARE
URGED TO BE WEATHER READY BY PROTECTING THEMSELVES FROM THE
HAZARDS OF FLOODING...TORNADOES...AND SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS.

TODAY WE REVIEW SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS.

SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS ARE DEFINED AS THUNDERSTORMS WITH WIND
SPEEDS OF 58 MPH OR GREATER AND OR HAIL OF ONE INCH IN DIAMETER
OR LARGER. SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS MOST FREQUENTLY OCCUR DURING THE
WARM MONTHS...BUT HAPPEN IN ALL SEASONS AND AT ALL TIMES OF THE DAY.

THUNDERSTORMS REQUIRE MOISTURE...LIFT AND UNSTABLE AIR TO DEVELOP.
MOISTURE IS NECESSARY FOR THE CLOUDS AND RAIN. LIFT IS USUALLY
SUPPLIED BY WARM OR COLD FRONTS...SEA OR LAKE BREEZES...MOUNTAINS...
OR THE SUNS HEAT. LIFT SUPPLIED TO MOISTURE IN AN UNSTABLE
ENVIRONMENT RESULTS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF THUNDERSTORMS.
THUNDERSTORMS PROGRESS THROUGH THREE STAGES...DEVELOPING...
MATURE...AND DISSIPATING. IT IS IN THE MATURE STAGE THAT THUNDERSTORMS
ARE USUALLY MOST DANGEROUS...CAPABLE OF PRODUCING SEVERE WEATHER.

ALTHOUGH THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ISSUES WARNINGS FOR ONLY
THOSE THUNDERSTORMS EXPECTED TO MEET WARNING CRITERIA...ALL
THUNDERSTORMS ARE DANGEROUS. BY DEFINITION...THUNDERSTORMS CONTAIN
LIGHTNING. IF YOU CAN HEAR THUNDER...YOU CAN BE STRUCK BY LIGHTNING.
ONCE YOU HEAR THUNDER...SEEK SHELTER IMMEDIATELY IN A SAFE STRUCTURE.
MOST LIGHTNING FATALITIES OCCUR WHEN PEOPLE ARE CAUGHT OUTDOORS. IF
THE THUNDER ROARS...GO INDOORS.

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ISSUES SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCHES AND
WARNINGS TO ALERT THE PUBLIC TO A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM THREAT. A
SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCH MEANS THAT SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS ARE
POSSIBLE. CONTINUE WITH YOUR DAILY ROUTINE...BUT BE READY TO
TAKE QUICK ACTION SHOULD A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING BE ISSUED.
A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING MEANS THAT SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS ARE
IMMINENT OR OCCURRING. SEEK SHELTER IMMEDIATELY.

SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS CAN KILL AND INJURE. SEVERE THUNDERSTORM
WARNINGS SHOULD BE TAKEN SERIOUSLY. YOU SHOULD PREPARE FOR
SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS. DEVELOP A SEVERE WEATHER SAFETY PLAN.
IDENTIFY SAFE SHELTERS WHERE YOU CAN GO SHOULD A SEVERE
THUNDERSTORM THREATEN. KNOW THE BASIC WEATHER SAFETY TERMS.
KEEP TUNED TO YOUR FAVORITE MEDIA OUTLET FOR THE LATEST NATIONAL
WEATHER SERVICE STATEMENTS CONCERNING SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS.

NOAA WEATHER RADIO OFFERS ONE WAY TO RECEIVE IMMEDIATE RELAY
OF SEVERE WEATHER WARNINGS. MANY LOCAL TELEVISION AND RADIO STATIONS
ALSO BROADCAST WEATHER ALERTS. COMPUTERS AND WIRELESS DEVICES CAN
ALSO RECEIVE WARNINGS. THE RED CROSS...MANY STATE EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
AGENCIES AND PRIVATE VENDORS HAVE WIRELESS APPLICATIONS THAT WILL ALERT
YOU OF SEVERE WEATHER BY RELAYING NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WARNINGS.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK...GO TO OUR
WEB SITE WWW.WEATHER.GOV. THEN CLICK ON EASTERN NEW YORK OR
WESTERN NEW ENGLAND. FINALLY...SELECT OUR SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS
LINK.

TOMORROW WE TAKE A LOOK AT WEATHER SAFETY AND PREPAREDNESS.

$$

DIRIENZO


000
NOUS41 KCAR 281056
PNSCAR

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CARIBOU ME
655 AM EDT TUE APR 28 2015

...SEVERE WEATHER PREPAREDNESS WEEK CONTINUES...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CARIBOU, MAINE HAS DECLARED APRIL 26TH
THROUGH MAY 2ND AS SEVERE WEATHER PREPAREDNESS WEEK. EACH DAY DURING
THE PREPAREDNESS WEEK WILL FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A DIFFERENT
SEVERE WEATHER RELATED TOPIC.

NEW ENGLAND WILL QUICKLY TRANSITION FROM EARLY SPRING WEATHER TO
MORE SUMMER LIKE WEATHER PATTERNS OVER THE NEXT SEVERAL WEEKS.
ALONG WITH THE WARMER WEATHER COMES AN INCREASING THREAT OF
THUNDERSTORMS, AND WITH IT COMES THE THREAT FOR SEVERE WEATHER. ARE
YOU PREPARED FOR SEVERE WEATHER?  DO YOU KNOW WHERE AND HOW TO
RECEIVE FORECASTS? DO YOU KNOW HOW TO RECEIVE WARNINGS AND WATCHES
FOR SEVERE WEATHER?  DO YOU KNOW WHAT TO DO DURING AND AFTER SEVERE
WEATHER IMPACTS YOU?

...BE AWARE...
KNOWING WHEN SEVERE WEATHER IS POSSIBLE WILL GIVE YOU
TIME TO PREPARE! YOU CAN ALWAYS FIND THE LATEST FORECASTS AND
HAZARDOUS WEATHER CONDITIONS AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/CAR. IF YOU ARE NOT
ON YOUR COMPUTER, YOU CAN ACCESS THE SAME INFORMATION VIA YOUR
MOBILE DEVICE AT HTTP://MOBILE.WEATHER.GOV.  IN ADDITION NUMEROUS
WEATHER APPLICATIONS WILL RELAY THIS INFORMATION ON YOUR MOBILE
DEVICES. MAKE SURE THAT YOU CAN RECEIVE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
WATCHES AND WARNINGS ON THESE APPLICATIONS BEFORE SEVERE WEATHER
STRIKES.

WIRELESS EMERGENCY ALERTS ARE LIFE SAVING MESSAGES THAT WILL POP UP
ON YOUR MOBILE PHONE WHEN YOU ARE IN A GEOGRAPHIC AREA THAT IS UNDER
A FLASH FLOOD WARNING OR TORNADO WARNING. VISIT
WWW.WEATHER.GOV/WIRELESSALERTS FOR MORE INFORMATION! ANOTHER TOOL TO
ALERT YOU TO HAZARDOUS CONDITIONS IS NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO. THIS
NATIONWIDE NETWORK OF RADIO STATIONS BROADCASTS CONTINUOUS WEATHER,
RIVER AND OTHER EMERGENCY INFORMATION DIRECT FROM NWS OFFICES AND
EMERGENCY OFFICIALS. FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT
WWW.NWS.NOAA.GOV/NWR/

HEWITT


000
NOUS41 KCAR 281056
PNSCAR

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CARIBOU ME
655 AM EDT TUE APR 28 2015

...SEVERE WEATHER PREPAREDNESS WEEK CONTINUES...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CARIBOU, MAINE HAS DECLARED APRIL 26TH
THROUGH MAY 2ND AS SEVERE WEATHER PREPAREDNESS WEEK. EACH DAY DURING
THE PREPAREDNESS WEEK WILL FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A DIFFERENT
SEVERE WEATHER RELATED TOPIC.

NEW ENGLAND WILL QUICKLY TRANSITION FROM EARLY SPRING WEATHER TO
MORE SUMMER LIKE WEATHER PATTERNS OVER THE NEXT SEVERAL WEEKS.
ALONG WITH THE WARMER WEATHER COMES AN INCREASING THREAT OF
THUNDERSTORMS, AND WITH IT COMES THE THREAT FOR SEVERE WEATHER. ARE
YOU PREPARED FOR SEVERE WEATHER?  DO YOU KNOW WHERE AND HOW TO
RECEIVE FORECASTS? DO YOU KNOW HOW TO RECEIVE WARNINGS AND WATCHES
FOR SEVERE WEATHER?  DO YOU KNOW WHAT TO DO DURING AND AFTER SEVERE
WEATHER IMPACTS YOU?

...BE AWARE...
KNOWING WHEN SEVERE WEATHER IS POSSIBLE WILL GIVE YOU
TIME TO PREPARE! YOU CAN ALWAYS FIND THE LATEST FORECASTS AND
HAZARDOUS WEATHER CONDITIONS AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/CAR. IF YOU ARE NOT
ON YOUR COMPUTER, YOU CAN ACCESS THE SAME INFORMATION VIA YOUR
MOBILE DEVICE AT HTTP://MOBILE.WEATHER.GOV.  IN ADDITION NUMEROUS
WEATHER APPLICATIONS WILL RELAY THIS INFORMATION ON YOUR MOBILE
DEVICES. MAKE SURE THAT YOU CAN RECEIVE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
WATCHES AND WARNINGS ON THESE APPLICATIONS BEFORE SEVERE WEATHER
STRIKES.

WIRELESS EMERGENCY ALERTS ARE LIFE SAVING MESSAGES THAT WILL POP UP
ON YOUR MOBILE PHONE WHEN YOU ARE IN A GEOGRAPHIC AREA THAT IS UNDER
A FLASH FLOOD WARNING OR TORNADO WARNING. VISIT
WWW.WEATHER.GOV/WIRELESSALERTS FOR MORE INFORMATION! ANOTHER TOOL TO
ALERT YOU TO HAZARDOUS CONDITIONS IS NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO. THIS
NATIONWIDE NETWORK OF RADIO STATIONS BROADCASTS CONTINUOUS WEATHER,
RIVER AND OTHER EMERGENCY INFORMATION DIRECT FROM NWS OFFICES AND
EMERGENCY OFFICIALS. FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT
WWW.NWS.NOAA.GOV/NWR/

HEWITT


000
NOUS41 KCAR 281056
PNSCAR

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CARIBOU ME
655 AM EDT TUE APR 28 2015

...SEVERE WEATHER PREPAREDNESS WEEK CONTINUES...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CARIBOU, MAINE HAS DECLARED APRIL 26TH
THROUGH MAY 2ND AS SEVERE WEATHER PREPAREDNESS WEEK. EACH DAY DURING
THE PREPAREDNESS WEEK WILL FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A DIFFERENT
SEVERE WEATHER RELATED TOPIC.

NEW ENGLAND WILL QUICKLY TRANSITION FROM EARLY SPRING WEATHER TO
MORE SUMMER LIKE WEATHER PATTERNS OVER THE NEXT SEVERAL WEEKS.
ALONG WITH THE WARMER WEATHER COMES AN INCREASING THREAT OF
THUNDERSTORMS, AND WITH IT COMES THE THREAT FOR SEVERE WEATHER. ARE
YOU PREPARED FOR SEVERE WEATHER?  DO YOU KNOW WHERE AND HOW TO
RECEIVE FORECASTS? DO YOU KNOW HOW TO RECEIVE WARNINGS AND WATCHES
FOR SEVERE WEATHER?  DO YOU KNOW WHAT TO DO DURING AND AFTER SEVERE
WEATHER IMPACTS YOU?

...BE AWARE...
KNOWING WHEN SEVERE WEATHER IS POSSIBLE WILL GIVE YOU
TIME TO PREPARE! YOU CAN ALWAYS FIND THE LATEST FORECASTS AND
HAZARDOUS WEATHER CONDITIONS AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/CAR. IF YOU ARE NOT
ON YOUR COMPUTER, YOU CAN ACCESS THE SAME INFORMATION VIA YOUR
MOBILE DEVICE AT HTTP://MOBILE.WEATHER.GOV.  IN ADDITION NUMEROUS
WEATHER APPLICATIONS WILL RELAY THIS INFORMATION ON YOUR MOBILE
DEVICES. MAKE SURE THAT YOU CAN RECEIVE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
WATCHES AND WARNINGS ON THESE APPLICATIONS BEFORE SEVERE WEATHER
STRIKES.

WIRELESS EMERGENCY ALERTS ARE LIFE SAVING MESSAGES THAT WILL POP UP
ON YOUR MOBILE PHONE WHEN YOU ARE IN A GEOGRAPHIC AREA THAT IS UNDER
A FLASH FLOOD WARNING OR TORNADO WARNING. VISIT
WWW.WEATHER.GOV/WIRELESSALERTS FOR MORE INFORMATION! ANOTHER TOOL TO
ALERT YOU TO HAZARDOUS CONDITIONS IS NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO. THIS
NATIONWIDE NETWORK OF RADIO STATIONS BROADCASTS CONTINUOUS WEATHER,
RIVER AND OTHER EMERGENCY INFORMATION DIRECT FROM NWS OFFICES AND
EMERGENCY OFFICIALS. FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT
WWW.NWS.NOAA.GOV/NWR/

HEWITT



000
NOUS45 KGJT 272157
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
357 PM MDT MON APR 27 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY STORM TOTAL PRECIPITATION REPORTS FROM
WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH, ENDING AT THE TIMES INDICATED
WITH EACH REPORT. SOME REPORTS NOT DATED 4/27 MAY BE PARTIAL
REPORTS. THE FIRST SECTION HIGHLIGHTS SNOWFALL RECEIVED, WHILE THE
SECOND SECTION HIGHLIGHTS RAIN RECEIVED OR THE WATER CONTENT OF THE
SNOW. ALL AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.


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

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

COLORADO

...EAGLE COUNTY...
   VAIL PASS              8.0  1036 AM  4/27  STORM TOTAL SNOWFALL

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   GOTHIC                10.0   800 AM  4/27  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N   10.0   659 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   CIMARRON 11.2 S        5.5   703 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   POWDERHORN 4.4 NNE     1.0   942 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   PITKIN 1.1 SW          0.5   705 AM  4/25  COCORAHS
   CRESTED BUTTE          0.4   811 AM  4/25  W CO COOP SITE
   GUNNISON 6.6 N         0.2   723 AM  4/25  COCORAHS

...HINSDALE COUNTY...
   SLUMGULLION           10.0   229 PM  4/27  CAIC

...LA PLATA COUNTY...
   ROCKWOOD 6.9 NNW       5.7   903 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   ROCKWOOD 6.7 N         3.5   957 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 7.0 N         0.2   834 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 4.8 WSW        0.2   819 AM  4/26  COCORAHS

...MONTEZUMA COUNTY...
   MANCOS 11 NNE          4.7   817 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   DOLORES 4.8 ENE        1.0   744 AM  4/26  COCORAHS

...OURAY COUNTY...
   RED MOUNTAIN PASS     12.0   200 PM  4/27  CAIC
   RED MOUNTAIN PASS     10.2  1000 PM  4/26  CAIC (SENATOR BECK)
   SWAMP ANGEL            6.7  1000 PM  4/26  CAIC (NR RED MTN PASS)
   MONUMENT (HWY 55)      6.5   200 PM  4/27  CAIC
   DALLAS DIVIDE          3.0  1059 AM  4/27  NWS EMPLOYEE

...SAN JUAN COUNTY...
   COAL BANK PASS        14.5   200 PM  4/27  CAIC
   MOLAS PASS            10.0   200 PM  4/27  CAIC
   SILVERTON              5.0   710 AM  4/25  CO-OP OBSERVER


********************STORM TOTAL PRECIPITATION********************

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

COLORADO

...ARCHULETA COUNTY...
   PAGOSA SPGS 4.2 W     0.39   704 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   PAGOSA SPGS 2.5 W     0.36   710 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   PAGOSA SPGS 1.6 SSW   0.33   750 AM  4/27  COCORAHS

...DELTA COUNTY...
   DELTA 3E              0.61   900 AM  4/27  W CO COOP SITE
   PAONIA 2.1 SSE        0.45   741 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 5.1 WNW     0.43   639 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 1.8 NNE     0.38   829 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 5WNW        0.36   800 AM  4/27  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   HOTCHKISS 4.7 W       0.36   741 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   PAONIA 1SW            0.35   800 AM  4/27  W CO COOP SITE
   DELTA 3.9 S           0.33   732 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   CEDAREDGE 1.0 NE      0.32   805 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 7.1 WNW     0.28   704 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   DELTA 1.6 ESE         0.27   704 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   ECKERT 1.1 SW         0.24   719 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   ECKERT 1.4 W          0.03   750 AM  4/27  COCORAHS

...DOLORES COUNTY...
   DOVE CREEK 12.4 SSW   0.25   719 AM  4/26  COCORAHS

...EAGLE COUNTY...
   CARBONDALE 5.7 E      0.40   643 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   GYPSUM 1.9 SSW        0.38   721 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   GYPSUM 0.5 E          0.32   725 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   VAIL 0.9 WNW          0.29   643 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2N            0.25   800 AM  4/27  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   BASALT 5.8 E          0.09   810 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2.3 N         0.04   708 AM  4/27  COCORAHS

...GARFIELD COUNTY...
   RIFLE 3ENE            0.34   800 AM  4/27  W CO COOP SITE
   RIFLE 3.2 ENE         0.34   736 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPGS 1.4 S   0.24   819 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   RIFLE 0.9 NE          0.24   734 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   SILT 1E               0.24   800 AM  4/27  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CARBONDALE 0.5 W      0.22   544 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   RIFLE                 0.21   100 AM  4/27  AVIATION SITE
   CARBONDALE 4.6 NNE    0.21   926 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPGS .64 S   0.10   737 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPGS 1.7 NW  0.09   743 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   RIFLE .96 NNW         0.08   948 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPGS 5.3SSE  0.06   700 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 0.3 WNW    0.05   813 AM  4/27  COCORAHS


...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   CIMARRON 11.2 S       1.03   703 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   GOTHIC                0.67   800 AM  4/27  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N   0.67   659 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   POWDERHORN 4.4 NNE    0.30   942 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   CRESTED BUTTE         0.10  1007 AM  4/26  W CO COOP SITE
   GUNNISON 6.6 N        0.09   750 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   PARLIN 2.7 ESE        0.05   756 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   PITKIN 1.1 SW         0.02   705 AM  4/25  COCORAHS

...LA PLATA COUNTY...
   ROCKWOOD 6.9 NNW      1.01   808 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 4.9 SE       0.69   703 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 5.6 NNE      0.67   728 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 4.8 WSW       0.65   731 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   ROCKWOOD 6.7 N        0.63   957 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 7.0 N        0.61   812 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   IGNACIO 6.9 NW        0.44   957 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   IGNACIO 2.9 N         0.43   804 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   IGNACIO 8E            0.42   800 AM  4/27  W CO COOP SITE
   HESPERUS 5.7 SW       0.40   739 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 0.6 WSW      0.38   810 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 6.9 S        0.36   635 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 5S            0.34   830 AM  4/27  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   DURANGO .35 E         0.26   717 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   DURANGO               0.26   100 AM  4/27  AVIATION SITE
   HESPERUS 13.3 SSW     0.24   811 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 10 NNE        0.20   819 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 12.9 S        0.19   924 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   HERMOSA 2.8 E         0.19   703 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   REDMESA 4.2 NW        0.14   745 AM  4/26  COCORAHS

...MESA COUNTY...
   GLADE PARK 17W        1.26   900 AM  4/27  W CO COOP SITE
   GRAND JCT 4.1 ENE     1.10   711 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   PALISADE 3.3 ENE      0.99   713 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 2.3 N       0.91   819 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MACK 5 NW             0.90   721 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 5.1 ESE     0.90   718 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION        0.87   100 AM  4/27  AVIATION SITE
   GRAND JCT 0.6 WSW     0.82   814 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   PALISADE 1.4 SE       0.78   546 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 2.7 SSE     0.78   825 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 5NNW        0.73   800 AM  4/27  NWS EMPLOYEE
   GRAND JCT 8NNW        0.71   740 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   WHITEWATER 4.2 SSE    0.70   658 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 3.9 WSW     0.63   755 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 4.1 W       0.61   602 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 3.7 SW      0.60   955 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 5.6 WSW     0.58   705 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   FRUITA 4.5 NNE        0.53   657 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 4.9 W       0.53   912 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MESA 1E               0.52   800 AM  4/27  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   GRAND JCT 3.4 N       0.45   643 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MESA 6S               0.45   700 AM  4/26  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   GRAND JCT 4.6 E       0.45   804 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 4.0 W       0.45   859 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   COLLBRAN              0.33   900 AM  4/27  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   PALISADE              0.26   800 AM  4/27  W CO COOP SITE
   COLLBRAN 0.2 ESE      0.21   744 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 3.9 SSE     0.18   734 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   COLORADO NM           0.10   900 AM  4/27  W CO COOP SITE
   COLLBRAN 2SW          0.09   900 AM  4/27  W CO COOP SITE

...MOFFAT COUNTY...
   CRAIG 4.9 WNW         0.59   714 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   CRAIG 4 SW            0.50   700 AM  4/27  W CO COOP SITE
   MASSADONA             0.42  1000 AM  4/27  W CO COOP SITE
   CRAIG 33N             0.38   900 AM  4/27  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CRAIG                 0.28   100 AM  4/26  AVIATION SITE
   HAMILTON 0.8 WNW      0.28   738 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   CRAIG 30N             0.24   100 AM  4/27  W CO CRN SITE
   DINOSAUR 0.3 SW       0.24   737 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   DINOSAUR 2E           0.23   100 AM  4/27  W CO CRN SITE
   DINOSAUR 1.5 ENE      0.01   935 AM  4/27  COCORAHS

...MONTEZUMA COUNTY...
   DOLORES 4.8 ENE       0.95   824 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MANCOS 11 NNE         0.81   817 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 2.3 NW         0.78   808 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   DOLORES 3.9 SSW       0.74   715 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 2.0 NW         0.58   819 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 1.2 SW         0.51   701 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ                0.47   900 AM  4/26  W CO COOP SITE
   CORTEZ 8SE            0.44   100 AM  4/27  W CO CRN SITE
   MESA VERDE NP         0.30   800 AM  4/27  W CO COOP SITE
   CORTEZ 7.8 WSW        0.04   854 AM  4/25  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 7.7 W          0.01   900 AM  4/27  COCORAHS

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   PARADOX 2N            0.57   700 AM  4/27  W CO COOP SITE
   MONTROSE 8.1 WNW      0.47   807 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   OLATHE 3.2 NNE        0.25   728 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.2 WSW      0.22   836 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   BLACK CANYON NP       0.21   800 AM  4/27  W CO COOP SITE
   MONTROSE 10.1 S       0.21   655 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 4.0 NW       0.21   803 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.3 ENE      0.21   643 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.0 E        0.20   850 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE              0.19   100 AM  4/27  AVIATION SITE
   MONTROSE 2.9 ESE      0.19   703 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.0 SSE      0.17   507 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 3.9 WNW      0.17   828 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 11ENE        0.16   100 AM  4/27  W CO CRN SITE
   MONTROSE 1.2 ESE      0.14   658 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 7.3 ENE      0.11   721 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.9 ESE      0.09   657 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 7.2 SSE      0.07   747 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE #2           0.03   900 AM  4/27  W CO COOP SITE

...OURAY COUNTY...
   OURAY .23 NNW         0.68   719 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   OURAY                 0.68   746 AM  4/27  W CO COOP SITE
   RIDGWAY 3.3 NNW       0.27   710 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 17.1 SSE     0.16   819 AM  4/27  COCORAHS

...PITKIN COUNTY...
   ASPEN                 0.08   100 AM  4/27  AVIATION SITE

...RIO BLANCO COUNTY...
   RANGELY 1E            0.54   800 AM  4/27  W CO COOP SITE
   MEEKER                0.36   100 AM  4/27  AVIATION SITE
   MEEKER 15W            0.23   100 AM  4/27  W CO CRN SITE

...ROUTT COUNTY...
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 1.  0.40   607 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   STMBOAT SPGS 1SE      0.37   755 AM  4/27  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 1   0.37   637 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 1.  0.36   648 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 0.  0.36   701 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 7.  0.27   757 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 0.  0.25   641 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   YAMPA                 0.24   800 AM  4/26  W CO COOP SITE
   OAK CREEK 1.7 WNW     0.23   836 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 2.  0.10   625 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   CLARK 0.7 NW          0.10   748 AM  4/25  COCORAHS
   OAK CREEK 0.3 WSW     0.07   714 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 6.  0.07   749 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   YAMPA 5.1 S           0.01   811 AM  4/27  COCORAHS

...SAN MIGUEL COUNTY...
   REDVALE 22.8 SW       0.35   800 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   SLICK ROCK 1.3 N      0.11   607 AM  4/27  COCORAHS

UTAH


...GRAND COUNTY...
   CASTLE VALLEY 0.6 W   1.35   824 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MOAB 3.7 ESE          0.99   724 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MOAB 1.3 NW           0.65   809 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   ARCHES NP HQS         0.49   800 AM  4/27  E UT COOP SITE
   CANYONLANDS AIRPORT   0.33   100 AM  4/27  AVIATION SITE

...SAN JUAN COUNTY...
   CANYONLANDS-NECK      0.67   900 AM  4/27  E UT COOP SITE
   MONTICELLO 2.3 SW     0.30   804 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   HOVENWEEP NM          0.25   900 AM  4/27  E UT COOP SITE
   MONTICELLO #2         0.23   800 AM  4/27  E UT COOP SITE
   BLUFF 32NW            0.18   100 AM  4/27  E UT CRN SITE
   CEDAR POINT           0.17   800 AM  4/27  E UT COOP SITE
   CNYLANDS-NEEDLES      0.16   900 AM  4/27  E UT COOP SITE

...UINTAH COUNTY...
   VERNAL 3.7 WNW        0.39   819 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   JENSEN 0.4 WSW        0.28   705 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   VERNAL                0.21   100 AM  4/27  AVIATION SITE
   FORT DUCHESNE         0.18   700 AM  4/27  E UT COOP SITE
   VERNAL 1.2 SE         0.17   638 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   VERNAL 1S             0.17   730 AM  4/27  E UT COOP SITE

$$



000
NOUS45 KGJT 272157
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
357 PM MDT MON APR 27 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY STORM TOTAL PRECIPITATION REPORTS FROM
WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH, ENDING AT THE TIMES INDICATED
WITH EACH REPORT. SOME REPORTS NOT DATED 4/27 MAY BE PARTIAL
REPORTS. THE FIRST SECTION HIGHLIGHTS SNOWFALL RECEIVED, WHILE THE
SECOND SECTION HIGHLIGHTS RAIN RECEIVED OR THE WATER CONTENT OF THE
SNOW. ALL AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.


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

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

COLORADO

...EAGLE COUNTY...
   VAIL PASS              8.0  1036 AM  4/27  STORM TOTAL SNOWFALL

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   GOTHIC                10.0   800 AM  4/27  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N   10.0   659 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   CIMARRON 11.2 S        5.5   703 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   POWDERHORN 4.4 NNE     1.0   942 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   PITKIN 1.1 SW          0.5   705 AM  4/25  COCORAHS
   CRESTED BUTTE          0.4   811 AM  4/25  W CO COOP SITE
   GUNNISON 6.6 N         0.2   723 AM  4/25  COCORAHS

...HINSDALE COUNTY...
   SLUMGULLION           10.0   229 PM  4/27  CAIC

...LA PLATA COUNTY...
   ROCKWOOD 6.9 NNW       5.7   903 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   ROCKWOOD 6.7 N         3.5   957 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 7.0 N         0.2   834 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 4.8 WSW        0.2   819 AM  4/26  COCORAHS

...MONTEZUMA COUNTY...
   MANCOS 11 NNE          4.7   817 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   DOLORES 4.8 ENE        1.0   744 AM  4/26  COCORAHS

...OURAY COUNTY...
   RED MOUNTAIN PASS     12.0   200 PM  4/27  CAIC
   RED MOUNTAIN PASS     10.2  1000 PM  4/26  CAIC (SENATOR BECK)
   SWAMP ANGEL            6.7  1000 PM  4/26  CAIC (NR RED MTN PASS)
   MONUMENT (HWY 55)      6.5   200 PM  4/27  CAIC
   DALLAS DIVIDE          3.0  1059 AM  4/27  NWS EMPLOYEE

...SAN JUAN COUNTY...
   COAL BANK PASS        14.5   200 PM  4/27  CAIC
   MOLAS PASS            10.0   200 PM  4/27  CAIC
   SILVERTON              5.0   710 AM  4/25  CO-OP OBSERVER


********************STORM TOTAL PRECIPITATION********************

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

COLORADO

...ARCHULETA COUNTY...
   PAGOSA SPGS 4.2 W     0.39   704 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   PAGOSA SPGS 2.5 W     0.36   710 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   PAGOSA SPGS 1.6 SSW   0.33   750 AM  4/27  COCORAHS

...DELTA COUNTY...
   DELTA 3E              0.61   900 AM  4/27  W CO COOP SITE
   PAONIA 2.1 SSE        0.45   741 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 5.1 WNW     0.43   639 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 1.8 NNE     0.38   829 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 5WNW        0.36   800 AM  4/27  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   HOTCHKISS 4.7 W       0.36   741 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   PAONIA 1SW            0.35   800 AM  4/27  W CO COOP SITE
   DELTA 3.9 S           0.33   732 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   CEDAREDGE 1.0 NE      0.32   805 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 7.1 WNW     0.28   704 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   DELTA 1.6 ESE         0.27   704 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   ECKERT 1.1 SW         0.24   719 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   ECKERT 1.4 W          0.03   750 AM  4/27  COCORAHS

...DOLORES COUNTY...
   DOVE CREEK 12.4 SSW   0.25   719 AM  4/26  COCORAHS

...EAGLE COUNTY...
   CARBONDALE 5.7 E      0.40   643 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   GYPSUM 1.9 SSW        0.38   721 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   GYPSUM 0.5 E          0.32   725 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   VAIL 0.9 WNW          0.29   643 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2N            0.25   800 AM  4/27  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   BASALT 5.8 E          0.09   810 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2.3 N         0.04   708 AM  4/27  COCORAHS

...GARFIELD COUNTY...
   RIFLE 3ENE            0.34   800 AM  4/27  W CO COOP SITE
   RIFLE 3.2 ENE         0.34   736 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPGS 1.4 S   0.24   819 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   RIFLE 0.9 NE          0.24   734 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   SILT 1E               0.24   800 AM  4/27  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CARBONDALE 0.5 W      0.22   544 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   RIFLE                 0.21   100 AM  4/27  AVIATION SITE
   CARBONDALE 4.6 NNE    0.21   926 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPGS .64 S   0.10   737 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPGS 1.7 NW  0.09   743 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   RIFLE .96 NNW         0.08   948 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPGS 5.3SSE  0.06   700 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 0.3 WNW    0.05   813 AM  4/27  COCORAHS


...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   CIMARRON 11.2 S       1.03   703 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   GOTHIC                0.67   800 AM  4/27  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N   0.67   659 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   POWDERHORN 4.4 NNE    0.30   942 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   CRESTED BUTTE         0.10  1007 AM  4/26  W CO COOP SITE
   GUNNISON 6.6 N        0.09   750 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   PARLIN 2.7 ESE        0.05   756 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   PITKIN 1.1 SW         0.02   705 AM  4/25  COCORAHS

...LA PLATA COUNTY...
   ROCKWOOD 6.9 NNW      1.01   808 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 4.9 SE       0.69   703 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 5.6 NNE      0.67   728 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 4.8 WSW       0.65   731 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   ROCKWOOD 6.7 N        0.63   957 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 7.0 N        0.61   812 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   IGNACIO 6.9 NW        0.44   957 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   IGNACIO 2.9 N         0.43   804 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   IGNACIO 8E            0.42   800 AM  4/27  W CO COOP SITE
   HESPERUS 5.7 SW       0.40   739 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 0.6 WSW      0.38   810 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 6.9 S        0.36   635 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 5S            0.34   830 AM  4/27  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   DURANGO .35 E         0.26   717 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   DURANGO               0.26   100 AM  4/27  AVIATION SITE
   HESPERUS 13.3 SSW     0.24   811 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 10 NNE        0.20   819 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 12.9 S        0.19   924 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   HERMOSA 2.8 E         0.19   703 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   REDMESA 4.2 NW        0.14   745 AM  4/26  COCORAHS

...MESA COUNTY...
   GLADE PARK 17W        1.26   900 AM  4/27  W CO COOP SITE
   GRAND JCT 4.1 ENE     1.10   711 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   PALISADE 3.3 ENE      0.99   713 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 2.3 N       0.91   819 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MACK 5 NW             0.90   721 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 5.1 ESE     0.90   718 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION        0.87   100 AM  4/27  AVIATION SITE
   GRAND JCT 0.6 WSW     0.82   814 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   PALISADE 1.4 SE       0.78   546 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 2.7 SSE     0.78   825 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 5NNW        0.73   800 AM  4/27  NWS EMPLOYEE
   GRAND JCT 8NNW        0.71   740 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   WHITEWATER 4.2 SSE    0.70   658 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 3.9 WSW     0.63   755 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 4.1 W       0.61   602 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 3.7 SW      0.60   955 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 5.6 WSW     0.58   705 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   FRUITA 4.5 NNE        0.53   657 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 4.9 W       0.53   912 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MESA 1E               0.52   800 AM  4/27  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   GRAND JCT 3.4 N       0.45   643 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MESA 6S               0.45   700 AM  4/26  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   GRAND JCT 4.6 E       0.45   804 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 4.0 W       0.45   859 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   COLLBRAN              0.33   900 AM  4/27  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   PALISADE              0.26   800 AM  4/27  W CO COOP SITE
   COLLBRAN 0.2 ESE      0.21   744 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 3.9 SSE     0.18   734 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   COLORADO NM           0.10   900 AM  4/27  W CO COOP SITE
   COLLBRAN 2SW          0.09   900 AM  4/27  W CO COOP SITE

...MOFFAT COUNTY...
   CRAIG 4.9 WNW         0.59   714 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   CRAIG 4 SW            0.50   700 AM  4/27  W CO COOP SITE
   MASSADONA             0.42  1000 AM  4/27  W CO COOP SITE
   CRAIG 33N             0.38   900 AM  4/27  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CRAIG                 0.28   100 AM  4/26  AVIATION SITE
   HAMILTON 0.8 WNW      0.28   738 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   CRAIG 30N             0.24   100 AM  4/27  W CO CRN SITE
   DINOSAUR 0.3 SW       0.24   737 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   DINOSAUR 2E           0.23   100 AM  4/27  W CO CRN SITE
   DINOSAUR 1.5 ENE      0.01   935 AM  4/27  COCORAHS

...MONTEZUMA COUNTY...
   DOLORES 4.8 ENE       0.95   824 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MANCOS 11 NNE         0.81   817 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 2.3 NW         0.78   808 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   DOLORES 3.9 SSW       0.74   715 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 2.0 NW         0.58   819 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 1.2 SW         0.51   701 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ                0.47   900 AM  4/26  W CO COOP SITE
   CORTEZ 8SE            0.44   100 AM  4/27  W CO CRN SITE
   MESA VERDE NP         0.30   800 AM  4/27  W CO COOP SITE
   CORTEZ 7.8 WSW        0.04   854 AM  4/25  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 7.7 W          0.01   900 AM  4/27  COCORAHS

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   PARADOX 2N            0.57   700 AM  4/27  W CO COOP SITE
   MONTROSE 8.1 WNW      0.47   807 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   OLATHE 3.2 NNE        0.25   728 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.2 WSW      0.22   836 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   BLACK CANYON NP       0.21   800 AM  4/27  W CO COOP SITE
   MONTROSE 10.1 S       0.21   655 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 4.0 NW       0.21   803 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.3 ENE      0.21   643 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.0 E        0.20   850 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE              0.19   100 AM  4/27  AVIATION SITE
   MONTROSE 2.9 ESE      0.19   703 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.0 SSE      0.17   507 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 3.9 WNW      0.17   828 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 11ENE        0.16   100 AM  4/27  W CO CRN SITE
   MONTROSE 1.2 ESE      0.14   658 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 7.3 ENE      0.11   721 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.9 ESE      0.09   657 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 7.2 SSE      0.07   747 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE #2           0.03   900 AM  4/27  W CO COOP SITE

...OURAY COUNTY...
   OURAY .23 NNW         0.68   719 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   OURAY                 0.68   746 AM  4/27  W CO COOP SITE
   RIDGWAY 3.3 NNW       0.27   710 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 17.1 SSE     0.16   819 AM  4/27  COCORAHS

...PITKIN COUNTY...
   ASPEN                 0.08   100 AM  4/27  AVIATION SITE

...RIO BLANCO COUNTY...
   RANGELY 1E            0.54   800 AM  4/27  W CO COOP SITE
   MEEKER                0.36   100 AM  4/27  AVIATION SITE
   MEEKER 15W            0.23   100 AM  4/27  W CO CRN SITE

...ROUTT COUNTY...
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 1.  0.40   607 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   STMBOAT SPGS 1SE      0.37   755 AM  4/27  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 1   0.37   637 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 1.  0.36   648 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 0.  0.36   701 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 7.  0.27   757 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 0.  0.25   641 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   YAMPA                 0.24   800 AM  4/26  W CO COOP SITE
   OAK CREEK 1.7 WNW     0.23   836 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 2.  0.10   625 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   CLARK 0.7 NW          0.10   748 AM  4/25  COCORAHS
   OAK CREEK 0.3 WSW     0.07   714 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 6.  0.07   749 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   YAMPA 5.1 S           0.01   811 AM  4/27  COCORAHS

...SAN MIGUEL COUNTY...
   REDVALE 22.8 SW       0.35   800 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   SLICK ROCK 1.3 N      0.11   607 AM  4/27  COCORAHS

UTAH


...GRAND COUNTY...
   CASTLE VALLEY 0.6 W   1.35   824 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MOAB 3.7 ESE          0.99   724 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MOAB 1.3 NW           0.65   809 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   ARCHES NP HQS         0.49   800 AM  4/27  E UT COOP SITE
   CANYONLANDS AIRPORT   0.33   100 AM  4/27  AVIATION SITE

...SAN JUAN COUNTY...
   CANYONLANDS-NECK      0.67   900 AM  4/27  E UT COOP SITE
   MONTICELLO 2.3 SW     0.30   804 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   HOVENWEEP NM          0.25   900 AM  4/27  E UT COOP SITE
   MONTICELLO #2         0.23   800 AM  4/27  E UT COOP SITE
   BLUFF 32NW            0.18   100 AM  4/27  E UT CRN SITE
   CEDAR POINT           0.17   800 AM  4/27  E UT COOP SITE
   CNYLANDS-NEEDLES      0.16   900 AM  4/27  E UT COOP SITE

...UINTAH COUNTY...
   VERNAL 3.7 WNW        0.39   819 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   JENSEN 0.4 WSW        0.28   705 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   VERNAL                0.21   100 AM  4/27  AVIATION SITE
   FORT DUCHESNE         0.18   700 AM  4/27  E UT COOP SITE
   VERNAL 1.2 SE         0.17   638 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   VERNAL 1S             0.17   730 AM  4/27  E UT COOP SITE

$$



000
NOUS45 KGJT 272157
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
357 PM MDT MON APR 27 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY STORM TOTAL PRECIPITATION REPORTS FROM
WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH, ENDING AT THE TIMES INDICATED
WITH EACH REPORT. SOME REPORTS NOT DATED 4/27 MAY BE PARTIAL
REPORTS. THE FIRST SECTION HIGHLIGHTS SNOWFALL RECEIVED, WHILE THE
SECOND SECTION HIGHLIGHTS RAIN RECEIVED OR THE WATER CONTENT OF THE
SNOW. ALL AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.


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

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

COLORADO

...EAGLE COUNTY...
   VAIL PASS              8.0  1036 AM  4/27  STORM TOTAL SNOWFALL

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   GOTHIC                10.0   800 AM  4/27  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N   10.0   659 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   CIMARRON 11.2 S        5.5   703 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   POWDERHORN 4.4 NNE     1.0   942 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   PITKIN 1.1 SW          0.5   705 AM  4/25  COCORAHS
   CRESTED BUTTE          0.4   811 AM  4/25  W CO COOP SITE
   GUNNISON 6.6 N         0.2   723 AM  4/25  COCORAHS

...HINSDALE COUNTY...
   SLUMGULLION           10.0   229 PM  4/27  CAIC

...LA PLATA COUNTY...
   ROCKWOOD 6.9 NNW       5.7   903 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   ROCKWOOD 6.7 N         3.5   957 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 7.0 N         0.2   834 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 4.8 WSW        0.2   819 AM  4/26  COCORAHS

...MONTEZUMA COUNTY...
   MANCOS 11 NNE          4.7   817 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   DOLORES 4.8 ENE        1.0   744 AM  4/26  COCORAHS

...OURAY COUNTY...
   RED MOUNTAIN PASS     12.0   200 PM  4/27  CAIC
   RED MOUNTAIN PASS     10.2  1000 PM  4/26  CAIC (SENATOR BECK)
   SWAMP ANGEL            6.7  1000 PM  4/26  CAIC (NR RED MTN PASS)
   MONUMENT (HWY 55)      6.5   200 PM  4/27  CAIC
   DALLAS DIVIDE          3.0  1059 AM  4/27  NWS EMPLOYEE

...SAN JUAN COUNTY...
   COAL BANK PASS        14.5   200 PM  4/27  CAIC
   MOLAS PASS            10.0   200 PM  4/27  CAIC
   SILVERTON              5.0   710 AM  4/25  CO-OP OBSERVER


********************STORM TOTAL PRECIPITATION********************

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

COLORADO

...ARCHULETA COUNTY...
   PAGOSA SPGS 4.2 W     0.39   704 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   PAGOSA SPGS 2.5 W     0.36   710 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   PAGOSA SPGS 1.6 SSW   0.33   750 AM  4/27  COCORAHS

...DELTA COUNTY...
   DELTA 3E              0.61   900 AM  4/27  W CO COOP SITE
   PAONIA 2.1 SSE        0.45   741 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 5.1 WNW     0.43   639 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 1.8 NNE     0.38   829 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 5WNW        0.36   800 AM  4/27  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   HOTCHKISS 4.7 W       0.36   741 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   PAONIA 1SW            0.35   800 AM  4/27  W CO COOP SITE
   DELTA 3.9 S           0.33   732 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   CEDAREDGE 1.0 NE      0.32   805 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 7.1 WNW     0.28   704 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   DELTA 1.6 ESE         0.27   704 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   ECKERT 1.1 SW         0.24   719 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   ECKERT 1.4 W          0.03   750 AM  4/27  COCORAHS

...DOLORES COUNTY...
   DOVE CREEK 12.4 SSW   0.25   719 AM  4/26  COCORAHS

...EAGLE COUNTY...
   CARBONDALE 5.7 E      0.40   643 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   GYPSUM 1.9 SSW        0.38   721 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   GYPSUM 0.5 E          0.32   725 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   VAIL 0.9 WNW          0.29   643 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2N            0.25   800 AM  4/27  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   BASALT 5.8 E          0.09   810 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2.3 N         0.04   708 AM  4/27  COCORAHS

...GARFIELD COUNTY...
   RIFLE 3ENE            0.34   800 AM  4/27  W CO COOP SITE
   RIFLE 3.2 ENE         0.34   736 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPGS 1.4 S   0.24   819 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   RIFLE 0.9 NE          0.24   734 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   SILT 1E               0.24   800 AM  4/27  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CARBONDALE 0.5 W      0.22   544 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   RIFLE                 0.21   100 AM  4/27  AVIATION SITE
   CARBONDALE 4.6 NNE    0.21   926 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPGS .64 S   0.10   737 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPGS 1.7 NW  0.09   743 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   RIFLE .96 NNW         0.08   948 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPGS 5.3SSE  0.06   700 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 0.3 WNW    0.05   813 AM  4/27  COCORAHS


...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   CIMARRON 11.2 S       1.03   703 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   GOTHIC                0.67   800 AM  4/27  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N   0.67   659 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   POWDERHORN 4.4 NNE    0.30   942 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   CRESTED BUTTE         0.10  1007 AM  4/26  W CO COOP SITE
   GUNNISON 6.6 N        0.09   750 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   PARLIN 2.7 ESE        0.05   756 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   PITKIN 1.1 SW         0.02   705 AM  4/25  COCORAHS

...LA PLATA COUNTY...
   ROCKWOOD 6.9 NNW      1.01   808 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 4.9 SE       0.69   703 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 5.6 NNE      0.67   728 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 4.8 WSW       0.65   731 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   ROCKWOOD 6.7 N        0.63   957 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 7.0 N        0.61   812 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   IGNACIO 6.9 NW        0.44   957 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   IGNACIO 2.9 N         0.43   804 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   IGNACIO 8E            0.42   800 AM  4/27  W CO COOP SITE
   HESPERUS 5.7 SW       0.40   739 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 0.6 WSW      0.38   810 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 6.9 S        0.36   635 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 5S            0.34   830 AM  4/27  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   DURANGO .35 E         0.26   717 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   DURANGO               0.26   100 AM  4/27  AVIATION SITE
   HESPERUS 13.3 SSW     0.24   811 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 10 NNE        0.20   819 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 12.9 S        0.19   924 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   HERMOSA 2.8 E         0.19   703 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   REDMESA 4.2 NW        0.14   745 AM  4/26  COCORAHS

...MESA COUNTY...
   GLADE PARK 17W        1.26   900 AM  4/27  W CO COOP SITE
   GRAND JCT 4.1 ENE     1.10   711 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   PALISADE 3.3 ENE      0.99   713 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 2.3 N       0.91   819 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MACK 5 NW             0.90   721 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 5.1 ESE     0.90   718 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION        0.87   100 AM  4/27  AVIATION SITE
   GRAND JCT 0.6 WSW     0.82   814 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   PALISADE 1.4 SE       0.78   546 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 2.7 SSE     0.78   825 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 5NNW        0.73   800 AM  4/27  NWS EMPLOYEE
   GRAND JCT 8NNW        0.71   740 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   WHITEWATER 4.2 SSE    0.70   658 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 3.9 WSW     0.63   755 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 4.1 W       0.61   602 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 3.7 SW      0.60   955 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 5.6 WSW     0.58   705 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   FRUITA 4.5 NNE        0.53   657 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 4.9 W       0.53   912 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MESA 1E               0.52   800 AM  4/27  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   GRAND JCT 3.4 N       0.45   643 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MESA 6S               0.45   700 AM  4/26  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   GRAND JCT 4.6 E       0.45   804 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 4.0 W       0.45   859 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   COLLBRAN              0.33   900 AM  4/27  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   PALISADE              0.26   800 AM  4/27  W CO COOP SITE
   COLLBRAN 0.2 ESE      0.21   744 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 3.9 SSE     0.18   734 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   COLORADO NM           0.10   900 AM  4/27  W CO COOP SITE
   COLLBRAN 2SW          0.09   900 AM  4/27  W CO COOP SITE

...MOFFAT COUNTY...
   CRAIG 4.9 WNW         0.59   714 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   CRAIG 4 SW            0.50   700 AM  4/27  W CO COOP SITE
   MASSADONA             0.42  1000 AM  4/27  W CO COOP SITE
   CRAIG 33N             0.38   900 AM  4/27  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CRAIG                 0.28   100 AM  4/26  AVIATION SITE
   HAMILTON 0.8 WNW      0.28   738 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   CRAIG 30N             0.24   100 AM  4/27  W CO CRN SITE
   DINOSAUR 0.3 SW       0.24   737 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   DINOSAUR 2E           0.23   100 AM  4/27  W CO CRN SITE
   DINOSAUR 1.5 ENE      0.01   935 AM  4/27  COCORAHS

...MONTEZUMA COUNTY...
   DOLORES 4.8 ENE       0.95   824 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MANCOS 11 NNE         0.81   817 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 2.3 NW         0.78   808 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   DOLORES 3.9 SSW       0.74   715 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 2.0 NW         0.58   819 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 1.2 SW         0.51   701 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ                0.47   900 AM  4/26  W CO COOP SITE
   CORTEZ 8SE            0.44   100 AM  4/27  W CO CRN SITE
   MESA VERDE NP         0.30   800 AM  4/27  W CO COOP SITE
   CORTEZ 7.8 WSW        0.04   854 AM  4/25  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 7.7 W          0.01   900 AM  4/27  COCORAHS

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   PARADOX 2N            0.57   700 AM  4/27  W CO COOP SITE
   MONTROSE 8.1 WNW      0.47   807 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   OLATHE 3.2 NNE        0.25   728 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.2 WSW      0.22   836 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   BLACK CANYON NP       0.21   800 AM  4/27  W CO COOP SITE
   MONTROSE 10.1 S       0.21   655 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 4.0 NW       0.21   803 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.3 ENE      0.21   643 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.0 E        0.20   850 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE              0.19   100 AM  4/27  AVIATION SITE
   MONTROSE 2.9 ESE      0.19   703 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.0 SSE      0.17   507 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 3.9 WNW      0.17   828 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 11ENE        0.16   100 AM  4/27  W CO CRN SITE
   MONTROSE 1.2 ESE      0.14   658 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 7.3 ENE      0.11   721 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.9 ESE      0.09   657 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 7.2 SSE      0.07   747 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE #2           0.03   900 AM  4/27  W CO COOP SITE

...OURAY COUNTY...
   OURAY .23 NNW         0.68   719 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   OURAY                 0.68   746 AM  4/27  W CO COOP SITE
   RIDGWAY 3.3 NNW       0.27   710 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 17.1 SSE     0.16   819 AM  4/27  COCORAHS

...PITKIN COUNTY...
   ASPEN                 0.08   100 AM  4/27  AVIATION SITE

...RIO BLANCO COUNTY...
   RANGELY 1E            0.54   800 AM  4/27  W CO COOP SITE
   MEEKER                0.36   100 AM  4/27  AVIATION SITE
   MEEKER 15W            0.23   100 AM  4/27  W CO CRN SITE

...ROUTT COUNTY...
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 1.  0.40   607 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   STMBOAT SPGS 1SE      0.37   755 AM  4/27  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 1   0.37   637 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 1.  0.36   648 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 0.  0.36   701 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 7.  0.27   757 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 0.  0.25   641 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   YAMPA                 0.24   800 AM  4/26  W CO COOP SITE
   OAK CREEK 1.7 WNW     0.23   836 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 2.  0.10   625 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   CLARK 0.7 NW          0.10   748 AM  4/25  COCORAHS
   OAK CREEK 0.3 WSW     0.07   714 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 6.  0.07   749 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   YAMPA 5.1 S           0.01   811 AM  4/27  COCORAHS

...SAN MIGUEL COUNTY...
   REDVALE 22.8 SW       0.35   800 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   SLICK ROCK 1.3 N      0.11   607 AM  4/27  COCORAHS

UTAH


...GRAND COUNTY...
   CASTLE VALLEY 0.6 W   1.35   824 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MOAB 3.7 ESE          0.99   724 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MOAB 1.3 NW           0.65   809 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   ARCHES NP HQS         0.49   800 AM  4/27  E UT COOP SITE
   CANYONLANDS AIRPORT   0.33   100 AM  4/27  AVIATION SITE

...SAN JUAN COUNTY...
   CANYONLANDS-NECK      0.67   900 AM  4/27  E UT COOP SITE
   MONTICELLO 2.3 SW     0.30   804 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   HOVENWEEP NM          0.25   900 AM  4/27  E UT COOP SITE
   MONTICELLO #2         0.23   800 AM  4/27  E UT COOP SITE
   BLUFF 32NW            0.18   100 AM  4/27  E UT CRN SITE
   CEDAR POINT           0.17   800 AM  4/27  E UT COOP SITE
   CNYLANDS-NEEDLES      0.16   900 AM  4/27  E UT COOP SITE

...UINTAH COUNTY...
   VERNAL 3.7 WNW        0.39   819 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   JENSEN 0.4 WSW        0.28   705 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   VERNAL                0.21   100 AM  4/27  AVIATION SITE
   FORT DUCHESNE         0.18   700 AM  4/27  E UT COOP SITE
   VERNAL 1.2 SE         0.17   638 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   VERNAL 1S             0.17   730 AM  4/27  E UT COOP SITE

$$



000
NOUS45 KGJT 272157
PNSGJT

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAND JUNCTION CO
357 PM MDT MON APR 27 2015

THE FOLLOWING ARE PRELIMINARY STORM TOTAL PRECIPITATION REPORTS FROM
WESTERN COLORADO AND EASTERN UTAH, ENDING AT THE TIMES INDICATED
WITH EACH REPORT. SOME REPORTS NOT DATED 4/27 MAY BE PARTIAL
REPORTS. THE FIRST SECTION HIGHLIGHTS SNOWFALL RECEIVED, WHILE THE
SECOND SECTION HIGHLIGHTS RAIN RECEIVED OR THE WATER CONTENT OF THE
SNOW. ALL AMOUNTS ARE IN INCHES.


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

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

COLORADO

...EAGLE COUNTY...
   VAIL PASS              8.0  1036 AM  4/27  STORM TOTAL SNOWFALL

...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   GOTHIC                10.0   800 AM  4/27  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N   10.0   659 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   CIMARRON 11.2 S        5.5   703 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   POWDERHORN 4.4 NNE     1.0   942 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   PITKIN 1.1 SW          0.5   705 AM  4/25  COCORAHS
   CRESTED BUTTE          0.4   811 AM  4/25  W CO COOP SITE
   GUNNISON 6.6 N         0.2   723 AM  4/25  COCORAHS

...HINSDALE COUNTY...
   SLUMGULLION           10.0   229 PM  4/27  CAIC

...LA PLATA COUNTY...
   ROCKWOOD 6.9 NNW       5.7   903 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   ROCKWOOD 6.7 N         3.5   957 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 7.0 N         0.2   834 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 4.8 WSW        0.2   819 AM  4/26  COCORAHS

...MONTEZUMA COUNTY...
   MANCOS 11 NNE          4.7   817 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   DOLORES 4.8 ENE        1.0   744 AM  4/26  COCORAHS

...OURAY COUNTY...
   RED MOUNTAIN PASS     12.0   200 PM  4/27  CAIC
   RED MOUNTAIN PASS     10.2  1000 PM  4/26  CAIC (SENATOR BECK)
   SWAMP ANGEL            6.7  1000 PM  4/26  CAIC (NR RED MTN PASS)
   MONUMENT (HWY 55)      6.5   200 PM  4/27  CAIC
   DALLAS DIVIDE          3.0  1059 AM  4/27  NWS EMPLOYEE

...SAN JUAN COUNTY...
   COAL BANK PASS        14.5   200 PM  4/27  CAIC
   MOLAS PASS            10.0   200 PM  4/27  CAIC
   SILVERTON              5.0   710 AM  4/25  CO-OP OBSERVER


********************STORM TOTAL PRECIPITATION********************

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

COLORADO

...ARCHULETA COUNTY...
   PAGOSA SPGS 4.2 W     0.39   704 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   PAGOSA SPGS 2.5 W     0.36   710 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   PAGOSA SPGS 1.6 SSW   0.33   750 AM  4/27  COCORAHS

...DELTA COUNTY...
   DELTA 3E              0.61   900 AM  4/27  W CO COOP SITE
   PAONIA 2.1 SSE        0.45   741 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 5.1 WNW     0.43   639 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 1.8 NNE     0.38   829 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 5WNW        0.36   800 AM  4/27  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   HOTCHKISS 4.7 W       0.36   741 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   PAONIA 1SW            0.35   800 AM  4/27  W CO COOP SITE
   DELTA 3.9 S           0.33   732 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   CEDAREDGE 1.0 NE      0.32   805 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   HOTCHKISS 7.1 WNW     0.28   704 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   DELTA 1.6 ESE         0.27   704 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   ECKERT 1.1 SW         0.24   719 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   ECKERT 1.4 W          0.03   750 AM  4/27  COCORAHS

...DOLORES COUNTY...
   DOVE CREEK 12.4 SSW   0.25   719 AM  4/26  COCORAHS

...EAGLE COUNTY...
   CARBONDALE 5.7 E      0.40   643 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   GYPSUM 1.9 SSW        0.38   721 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   GYPSUM 0.5 E          0.32   725 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   VAIL 0.9 WNW          0.29   643 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2N            0.25   800 AM  4/27  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   BASALT 5.8 E          0.09   810 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   WOLCOTT 2.3 N         0.04   708 AM  4/27  COCORAHS

...GARFIELD COUNTY...
   RIFLE 3ENE            0.34   800 AM  4/27  W CO COOP SITE
   RIFLE 3.2 ENE         0.34   736 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPGS 1.4 S   0.24   819 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   RIFLE 0.9 NE          0.24   734 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   SILT 1E               0.24   800 AM  4/27  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CARBONDALE 0.5 W      0.22   544 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   RIFLE                 0.21   100 AM  4/27  AVIATION SITE
   CARBONDALE 4.6 NNE    0.21   926 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPGS .64 S   0.10   737 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPGS 1.7 NW  0.09   743 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   RIFLE .96 NNW         0.08   948 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   GLENWOOD SPGS 5.3SSE  0.06   700 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   CARBONDALE 0.3 WNW    0.05   813 AM  4/27  COCORAHS


...GUNNISON COUNTY...
   CIMARRON 11.2 S       1.03   703 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   GOTHIC                0.67   800 AM  4/27  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CRESTED BUTTE 6.2 N   0.67   659 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   POWDERHORN 4.4 NNE    0.30   942 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   CRESTED BUTTE         0.10  1007 AM  4/26  W CO COOP SITE
   GUNNISON 6.6 N        0.09   750 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   PARLIN 2.7 ESE        0.05   756 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   PITKIN 1.1 SW         0.02   705 AM  4/25  COCORAHS

...LA PLATA COUNTY...
   ROCKWOOD 6.9 NNW      1.01   808 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 4.9 SE       0.69   703 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 5.6 NNE      0.67   728 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 4.8 WSW       0.65   731 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   ROCKWOOD 6.7 N        0.63   957 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 7.0 N        0.61   812 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   IGNACIO 6.9 NW        0.44   957 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   IGNACIO 2.9 N         0.43   804 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   IGNACIO 8E            0.42   800 AM  4/27  W CO COOP SITE
   HESPERUS 5.7 SW       0.40   739 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   BAYFIELD 0.6 WSW      0.38   810 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   HESPERUS 6.9 S        0.36   635 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 5S            0.34   830 AM  4/27  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   DURANGO .35 E         0.26   717 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   DURANGO               0.26   100 AM  4/27  AVIATION SITE
   HESPERUS 13.3 SSW     0.24   811 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 10 NNE        0.20   819 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   DURANGO 12.9 S        0.19   924 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   HERMOSA 2.8 E         0.19   703 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   REDMESA 4.2 NW        0.14   745 AM  4/26  COCORAHS

...MESA COUNTY...
   GLADE PARK 17W        1.26   900 AM  4/27  W CO COOP SITE
   GRAND JCT 4.1 ENE     1.10   711 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   PALISADE 3.3 ENE      0.99   713 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 2.3 N       0.91   819 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MACK 5 NW             0.90   721 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 5.1 ESE     0.90   718 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   GRAND JUNCTION        0.87   100 AM  4/27  AVIATION SITE
   GRAND JCT 0.6 WSW     0.82   814 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   PALISADE 1.4 SE       0.78   546 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 2.7 SSE     0.78   825 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 5NNW        0.73   800 AM  4/27  NWS EMPLOYEE
   GRAND JCT 8NNW        0.71   740 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   WHITEWATER 4.2 SSE    0.70   658 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 3.9 WSW     0.63   755 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 4.1 W       0.61   602 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 3.7 SW      0.60   955 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 5.6 WSW     0.58   705 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   FRUITA 4.5 NNE        0.53   657 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 4.9 W       0.53   912 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MESA 1E               0.52   800 AM  4/27  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   GRAND JCT 3.4 N       0.45   643 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MESA 6S               0.45   700 AM  4/26  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   GRAND JCT 4.6 E       0.45   804 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 4.0 W       0.45   859 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   COLLBRAN              0.33   900 AM  4/27  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   PALISADE              0.26   800 AM  4/27  W CO COOP SITE
   COLLBRAN 0.2 ESE      0.21   744 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   GRAND JCT 3.9 SSE     0.18   734 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   COLORADO NM           0.10   900 AM  4/27  W CO COOP SITE
   COLLBRAN 2SW          0.09   900 AM  4/27  W CO COOP SITE

...MOFFAT COUNTY...
   CRAIG 4.9 WNW         0.59   714 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   CRAIG 4 SW            0.50   700 AM  4/27  W CO COOP SITE
   MASSADONA             0.42  1000 AM  4/27  W CO COOP SITE
   CRAIG 33N             0.38   900 AM  4/27  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   CRAIG                 0.28   100 AM  4/26  AVIATION SITE
   HAMILTON 0.8 WNW      0.28   738 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   CRAIG 30N             0.24   100 AM  4/27  W CO CRN SITE
   DINOSAUR 0.3 SW       0.24   737 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   DINOSAUR 2E           0.23   100 AM  4/27  W CO CRN SITE
   DINOSAUR 1.5 ENE      0.01   935 AM  4/27  COCORAHS

...MONTEZUMA COUNTY...
   DOLORES 4.8 ENE       0.95   824 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MANCOS 11 NNE         0.81   817 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 2.3 NW         0.78   808 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   DOLORES 3.9 SSW       0.74   715 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 2.0 NW         0.58   819 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 1.2 SW         0.51   701 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ                0.47   900 AM  4/26  W CO COOP SITE
   CORTEZ 8SE            0.44   100 AM  4/27  W CO CRN SITE
   MESA VERDE NP         0.30   800 AM  4/27  W CO COOP SITE
   CORTEZ 7.8 WSW        0.04   854 AM  4/25  COCORAHS
   CORTEZ 7.7 W          0.01   900 AM  4/27  COCORAHS

...MONTROSE COUNTY...
   PARADOX 2N            0.57   700 AM  4/27  W CO COOP SITE
   MONTROSE 8.1 WNW      0.47   807 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   OLATHE 3.2 NNE        0.25   728 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.2 WSW      0.22   836 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   BLACK CANYON NP       0.21   800 AM  4/27  W CO COOP SITE
   MONTROSE 10.1 S       0.21   655 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 4.0 NW       0.21   803 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.3 ENE      0.21   643 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.0 E        0.20   850 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE              0.19   100 AM  4/27  AVIATION SITE
   MONTROSE 2.9 ESE      0.19   703 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 2.0 SSE      0.17   507 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 3.9 WNW      0.17   828 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 11ENE        0.16   100 AM  4/27  W CO CRN SITE
   MONTROSE 1.2 ESE      0.14   658 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 7.3 ENE      0.11   721 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 1.9 ESE      0.09   657 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 7.2 SSE      0.07   747 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE #2           0.03   900 AM  4/27  W CO COOP SITE

...OURAY COUNTY...
   OURAY .23 NNW         0.68   719 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   OURAY                 0.68   746 AM  4/27  W CO COOP SITE
   RIDGWAY 3.3 NNW       0.27   710 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MONTROSE 17.1 SSE     0.16   819 AM  4/27  COCORAHS

...PITKIN COUNTY...
   ASPEN                 0.08   100 AM  4/27  AVIATION SITE

...RIO BLANCO COUNTY...
   RANGELY 1E            0.54   800 AM  4/27  W CO COOP SITE
   MEEKER                0.36   100 AM  4/27  AVIATION SITE
   MEEKER 15W            0.23   100 AM  4/27  W CO CRN SITE

...ROUTT COUNTY...
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 1.  0.40   607 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   STMBOAT SPGS 1SE      0.37   755 AM  4/27  UNOFFICIAL STATION
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 1   0.37   637 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 1.  0.36   648 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 0.  0.36   701 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 7.  0.27   757 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 0.  0.25   641 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   YAMPA                 0.24   800 AM  4/26  W CO COOP SITE
   OAK CREEK 1.7 WNW     0.23   836 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 2.  0.10   625 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   CLARK 0.7 NW          0.10   748 AM  4/25  COCORAHS
   OAK CREEK 0.3 WSW     0.07   714 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 6.  0.07   749 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   YAMPA 5.1 S           0.01   811 AM  4/27  COCORAHS

...SAN MIGUEL COUNTY...
   REDVALE 22.8 SW       0.35   800 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   SLICK ROCK 1.3 N      0.11   607 AM  4/27  COCORAHS

UTAH


...GRAND COUNTY...
   CASTLE VALLEY 0.6 W   1.35   824 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MOAB 3.7 ESE          0.99   724 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   MOAB 1.3 NW           0.65   809 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   ARCHES NP HQS         0.49   800 AM  4/27  E UT COOP SITE
   CANYONLANDS AIRPORT   0.33   100 AM  4/27  AVIATION SITE

...SAN JUAN COUNTY...
   CANYONLANDS-NECK      0.67   900 AM  4/27  E UT COOP SITE
   MONTICELLO 2.3 SW     0.30   804 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   HOVENWEEP NM          0.25   900 AM  4/27  E UT COOP SITE
   MONTICELLO #2         0.23   800 AM  4/27  E UT COOP SITE
   BLUFF 32NW            0.18   100 AM  4/27  E UT CRN SITE
   CEDAR POINT           0.17   800 AM  4/27  E UT COOP SITE
   CNYLANDS-NEEDLES      0.16   900 AM  4/27  E UT COOP SITE

...UINTAH COUNTY...
   VERNAL 3.7 WNW        0.39   819 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   JENSEN 0.4 WSW        0.28   705 AM  4/27  COCORAHS
   VERNAL                0.21   100 AM  4/27  AVIATION SITE
   FORT DUCHESNE         0.18   700 AM  4/27  E UT COOP SITE
   VERNAL 1.2 SE         0.17   638 AM  4/26  COCORAHS
   VERNAL 1S             0.17   730 AM  4/27  E UT COOP SITE

$$



000
NOUS44 KEPZ 271352
PNSEPZ

***********************PEAK WIND GUST***********************

LOCATION             MAX WIND     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                        GUST            OF
                         MPH    MEASUREMENT

NEW MEXICO

...DONA ANA COUNTY...
   SAN AUGUSTIN PASS       77  1120 AM  4/26  ELEV 5902 FT WMSR
   TWIN PEAKS              61   929 AM  4/26  ELEV 4774 FT CWOP
   WSMR MAIN POST 18 NE    60  1010 AM  4/26  ELEV 3951 FT WSMR
   NORTHRUP STRIP          55   750 AM  4/26  ELEV 3907 FT WSMR
   KLRU                    51   915 AM  4/26  ELEV 4455 FT AWOS
   LAS CRUCES 6 WSW        51  1100 AM  4/26  ELEV 4199 FT NMED
   SANTA TERESA 5 WNW      48   943 AM  4/26  ELEV 4115 FT RSOIS
   CHAPARRAL 2 E           48  1200 PM  4/26  ELEV 4100 FT NMED
   WSMR MAIN POST 1 SE     48   120 AM  4/26  ELEV 4275 FT WSMR
   SAN AUGUSTIN PASS 5     47  1235 PM  4/26  ELEV 5046 FT WSMR
   DRIPPING SPRINGS        47  1226 PM  4/26  ELEV 5885 FT RAWS
   CONDRON FIELD           47   945 AM  4/26  ELEV 3914 FT WSMR
   SANTA TERESA 5 SW       47   100 PM  4/26  ELEV 4100 FT NMED
   LAS CRUCES 10 NE        46   200 PM  4/26  ELEV 4450 FT NMED
   LA UNION 3 SE           46   400 PM  4/26  ELEV 3810 FT NMED
   SUNLAND PARK 1 E        45  1200 PM  4/26  ELEV 3760 FT NMED
   WSMR MAIN POST 6 ESE    45  1025 AM  4/26  ELEV 4006 FT WSMR
   WSMR MAIN POST 1 SE     44   955 AM  4/26  ELEV 4190 FT WSMR
   WSMR MAIN POST          44   155 PM  4/26  ELEV 4242 FT WSMR
   NORTHRUP STRIP 11 SW    41  1000 AM  4/26  ELEV 4321 FT WSMR
   DONA ANA 2 SW           39   919 AM  4/26  ELEV 3921 FT CWOP
   LAS CRUCES 8 NE         39   937 AM  4/26  ELEV 4474 FT CWOP
   ORGAN 11 NE             39  1001 AM  4/26  ELEV 6138 FT RAWS
   LA UNION 1 NE           38  1019 AM  4/26  ELEV 3787 FT CWOP
   LAS CRUCES 5 NE         37   929 AM  4/26  ELEV 4307 FT CWOP
   SUNLAND PARK            37  1200 PM  4/26  ELEV 3860 FT NMED
   SANTA TERESA 2 NW       36  1012 AM  4/26  ELEV 3812 FT CWOP
   TALAVERA 3 E            35   957 AM  4/26  ELEV 4902 FT CWOP

...GRANT COUNTY...
   KSVC                    37   515 PM  4/26  ELEV 5443 FT AWOS
   REDROCK 12 E            35  1159 AM  4/26  ELEV 6965 FT RAWS

...HIDALGO COUNTY...
   HACHITA 15 SSW          42   240 AM  4/26  ELEV 4291 FT RAWS
   KLSB                    38   555 PM  4/26  ELEV 4288 FT AWOS

...LUNA COUNTY...
   DEMING 2 SE             48  1200 PM  4/26  ELEV 4308 FT NMED
   COLUMBUS 8 WSW          40   818 AM  4/26  ELEV 4311 FT CWOP

...OTERO COUNTY...
   OROGRANDE 4 NW          51  1020 AM  4/26  ELEV 4183 FT WSMR
   WHITE SANDS NAT MON     49  1040 AM  4/26  ELEV 4063 FT WSMR
   KALM                    45  1055 AM  4/26  ELEV 4196 FT AWOS
   SUNSPOT                 43   825 AM  4/26  ELEV 9255 FT WSMR
   OROGRANDE 15 W          42  1050 AM  4/26  ELEV 4029 FT WSMR
   OROGRANDE 28 ENE        41  1137 AM  4/26  ELEV 4886 FT RAWS
   TULAROSA 9 W            38  1035 AM  4/26  ELEV 4050 FT WSMR
   MAYHILL 1 NNE           37  1101 AM  4/26  ELEV 6471 FT RAWS
   MAYHILL 3 WNW           37   142 PM  4/26  ELEV 7275 FT CWOP
   SUNSPOT 1 S             35   915 AM  4/26  ELEV 9082 FT RAWS

...SIERRA COUNTY...
   TULAROSA 20 WNW         49  1020 AM  4/26  ELEV 4055 FT WSMR
   TULAROSA 22 NW          46  1030 AM  4/26  ELEV 4085 FT WSMR

TEXAS

...EL PASO COUNTY...
   EL PASO 17NNE           56  1100 AM  4/26  ELEV 4000 FT CWOP
   EL PASO 16NNE           54  1000 AM  4/26  ELEV 4000 F69T TCEQ
   EL PASO 2 NNE           43  1112 AM  4/26  ELEV 4808 FT CWOP
   EL PASO 10 NE           41   446 PM  4/26  ELEV 3940 FT CWOP
   HORIZON CITY 1 N        35  1123 AM  4/26  ELEV 4037 FT CWOP

...HUDSPETH COUNTY...
   DELL CITY 15 ENE        41  1253 PM  4/26  ELEV 3873 FT RAWS
   SALT FLAT 9 ESE         39   203 PM  4/26  ELEV 3691 FT CWOP

$$

DJN





000
NOUS44 KEPZ 271352
PNSEPZ

***********************PEAK WIND GUST***********************

LOCATION             MAX WIND     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                        GUST            OF
                         MPH    MEASUREMENT

NEW MEXICO

...DONA ANA COUNTY...
   SAN AUGUSTIN PASS       77  1120 AM  4/26  ELEV 5902 FT WMSR
   TWIN PEAKS              61   929 AM  4/26  ELEV 4774 FT CWOP
   WSMR MAIN POST 18 NE    60  1010 AM  4/26  ELEV 3951 FT WSMR
   NORTHRUP STRIP          55   750 AM  4/26  ELEV 3907 FT WSMR
   KLRU                    51   915 AM  4/26  ELEV 4455 FT AWOS
   LAS CRUCES 6 WSW        51  1100 AM  4/26  ELEV 4199 FT NMED
   SANTA TERESA 5 WNW      48   943 AM  4/26  ELEV 4115 FT RSOIS
   CHAPARRAL 2 E           48  1200 PM  4/26  ELEV 4100 FT NMED
   WSMR MAIN POST 1 SE     48   120 AM  4/26  ELEV 4275 FT WSMR
   SAN AUGUSTIN PASS 5     47  1235 PM  4/26  ELEV 5046 FT WSMR
   DRIPPING SPRINGS        47  1226 PM  4/26  ELEV 5885 FT RAWS
   CONDRON FIELD           47   945 AM  4/26  ELEV 3914 FT WSMR
   SANTA TERESA 5 SW       47   100 PM  4/26  ELEV 4100 FT NMED
   LAS CRUCES 10 NE        46   200 PM  4/26  ELEV 4450 FT NMED
   LA UNION 3 SE           46   400 PM  4/26  ELEV 3810 FT NMED
   SUNLAND PARK 1 E        45  1200 PM  4/26  ELEV 3760 FT NMED
   WSMR MAIN POST 6 ESE    45  1025 AM  4/26  ELEV 4006 FT WSMR
   WSMR MAIN POST 1 SE     44   955 AM  4/26  ELEV 4190 FT WSMR
   WSMR MAIN POST          44   155 PM  4/26  ELEV 4242 FT WSMR
   NORTHRUP STRIP 11 SW    41  1000 AM  4/26  ELEV 4321 FT WSMR
   DONA ANA 2 SW           39   919 AM  4/26  ELEV 3921 FT CWOP
   LAS CRUCES 8 NE         39   937 AM  4/26  ELEV 4474 FT CWOP
   ORGAN 11 NE             39  1001 AM  4/26  ELEV 6138 FT RAWS
   LA UNION 1 NE           38  1019 AM  4/26  ELEV 3787 FT CWOP
   LAS CRUCES 5 NE         37   929 AM  4/26  ELEV 4307 FT CWOP
   SUNLAND PARK            37  1200 PM  4/26  ELEV 3860 FT NMED
   SANTA TERESA 2 NW       36  1012 AM  4/26  ELEV 3812 FT CWOP
   TALAVERA 3 E            35   957 AM  4/26  ELEV 4902 FT CWOP

...GRANT COUNTY...
   KSVC                    37   515 PM  4/26  ELEV 5443 FT AWOS
   REDROCK 12 E            35  1159 AM  4/26  ELEV 6965 FT RAWS

...HIDALGO COUNTY...
   HACHITA 15 SSW          42   240 AM  4/26  ELEV 4291 FT RAWS
   KLSB                    38   555 PM  4/26  ELEV 4288 FT AWOS

...LUNA COUNTY...
   DEMING 2 SE             48  1200 PM  4/26  ELEV 4308 FT NMED
   COLUMBUS 8 WSW          40   818 AM  4/26  ELEV 4311 FT CWOP

...OTERO COUNTY...
   OROGRANDE 4 NW          51  1020 AM  4/26  ELEV 4183 FT WSMR
   WHITE SANDS NAT MON     49  1040 AM  4/26  ELEV 4063 FT WSMR
   KALM                    45  1055 AM  4/26  ELEV 4196 FT AWOS
   SUNSPOT                 43   825 AM  4/26  ELEV 9255 FT WSMR
   OROGRANDE 15 W          42  1050 AM  4/26  ELEV 4029 FT WSMR
   OROGRANDE 28 ENE        41  1137 AM  4/26  ELEV 4886 FT RAWS
   TULAROSA 9 W            38  1035 AM  4/26  ELEV 4050 FT WSMR
   MAYHILL 1 NNE           37  1101 AM  4/26  ELEV 6471 FT RAWS
   MAYHILL 3 WNW           37   142 PM  4/26  ELEV 7275 FT CWOP
   SUNSPOT 1 S             35   915 AM  4/26  ELEV 9082 FT RAWS

...SIERRA COUNTY...
   TULAROSA 20 WNW         49  1020 AM  4/26  ELEV 4055 FT WSMR
   TULAROSA 22 NW          46  1030 AM  4/26  ELEV 4085 FT WSMR

TEXAS

...EL PASO COUNTY...
   EL PASO 17NNE           56  1100 AM  4/26  ELEV 4000 FT CWOP
   EL PASO 16NNE           54  1000 AM  4/26  ELEV 4000 F69T TCEQ
   EL PASO 2 NNE           43  1112 AM  4/26  ELEV 4808 FT CWOP
   EL PASO 10 NE           41   446 PM  4/26  ELEV 3940 FT CWOP
   HORIZON CITY 1 N        35  1123 AM  4/26  ELEV 4037 FT CWOP

...HUDSPETH COUNTY...
   DELL CITY 15 ENE        41  1253 PM  4/26  ELEV 3873 FT RAWS
   SALT FLAT 9 ESE         39   203 PM  4/26  ELEV 3691 FT CWOP

$$

DJN






000
NOUS44 KJAN 271233
PNSJAN
ARZ074-075-LAZ007>009-015-016-023>026-MSZ018-019-025>066-072>074-
261430-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON MS
735 AM CDT MON APR 27 2015

...NWS STORM SURVEY TEAM TO VISIT NORTHEAST LOUISIANA TODAY...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN JACKSON MISSISSIPPI WILL SEND OUT A
STORM SURVEY TEAM TO EAST AND WEST CARROLL PARISHS AS WELL AS
MOREHOUSE PARISH OF NORTHEAST LOUISIANA FOR TODAY MONDAY APRIL 27TH.

$$

17



000
NOUS44 KJAN 271233
PNSJAN
ARZ074-075-LAZ007>009-015-016-023>026-MSZ018-019-025>066-072>074-
261430-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON MS
735 AM CDT MON APR 27 2015

...NWS STORM SURVEY TEAM TO VISIT NORTHEAST LOUISIANA TODAY...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN JACKSON MISSISSIPPI WILL SEND OUT A
STORM SURVEY TEAM TO EAST AND WEST CARROLL PARISHS AS WELL AS
MOREHOUSE PARISH OF NORTHEAST LOUISIANA FOR TODAY MONDAY APRIL 27TH.

$$

17


000
NOUS44 KJAN 271233
PNSJAN
ARZ074-075-LAZ007>009-015-016-023>026-MSZ018-019-025>066-072>074-
261430-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON MS
735 AM CDT MON APR 27 2015

...NWS STORM SURVEY TEAM TO VISIT NORTHEAST LOUISIANA TODAY...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN JACKSON MISSISSIPPI WILL SEND OUT A
STORM SURVEY TEAM TO EAST AND WEST CARROLL PARISHS AS WELL AS
MOREHOUSE PARISH OF NORTHEAST LOUISIANA FOR TODAY MONDAY APRIL 27TH.

$$

17


000
NOUS44 KJAN 271233
PNSJAN
ARZ074-075-LAZ007>009-015-016-023>026-MSZ018-019-025>066-072>074-
261430-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON MS
735 AM CDT MON APR 27 2015

...NWS STORM SURVEY TEAM TO VISIT NORTHEAST LOUISIANA TODAY...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN JACKSON MISSISSIPPI WILL SEND OUT A
STORM SURVEY TEAM TO EAST AND WEST CARROLL PARISHS AS WELL AS
MOREHOUSE PARISH OF NORTHEAST LOUISIANA FOR TODAY MONDAY APRIL 27TH.

$$

17


000
NOUS44 KJAN 271233
PNSJAN
ARZ074-075-LAZ007>009-015-016-023>026-MSZ018-019-025>066-072>074-
261430-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON MS
735 AM CDT MON APR 27 2015

...NWS STORM SURVEY TEAM TO VISIT NORTHEAST LOUISIANA TODAY...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN JACKSON MISSISSIPPI WILL SEND OUT A
STORM SURVEY TEAM TO EAST AND WEST CARROLL PARISHS AS WELL AS
MOREHOUSE PARISH OF NORTHEAST LOUISIANA FOR TODAY MONDAY APRIL 27TH.

$$

17


000
NOUS44 KJAN 271233
PNSJAN
ARZ074-075-LAZ007>009-015-016-023>026-MSZ018-019-025>066-072>074-
261430-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON MS
735 AM CDT MON APR 27 2015

...NWS STORM SURVEY TEAM TO VISIT NORTHEAST LOUISIANA TODAY...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN JACKSON MISSISSIPPI WILL SEND OUT A
STORM SURVEY TEAM TO EAST AND WEST CARROLL PARISHS AS WELL AS
MOREHOUSE PARISH OF NORTHEAST LOUISIANA FOR TODAY MONDAY APRIL 27TH.

$$

17


000
NOUS43 KGLD 271201
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT MON APR 27 2015

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

IN 1899, STRONG SOUTHWEST WINDS FANNED A FIRE IN SAINT FRANCIS, KANSAS,
AROUND 2:30 AM. THE WINDS, COMBINED WITH DRY CONDITIONS, FUELED THE FIRE
WHICH DESTROYED ABOUT THREE BLOCKS OF THE TOWN.

IN 1912, A VIOLENT F4 TORNADO DEVELOPED SOUTH OF BARTLEY IN RED
WILLOW COUNTY NEBRASKA AND MOVED NORTHEAST TO NEAR CAMBRIDGE. THREE
FARM HOMES WERE DESTROYED AND FIVE OR MORE BARNS WERE SWEPT AWAY OR
REDUCED TO KINDLING. FOUR PEOPLE WERE INJURED AS THEY HUNG ONTO
TREES IN AN ORCHARD.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 271201
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT MON APR 27 2015

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

IN 1899, STRONG SOUTHWEST WINDS FANNED A FIRE IN SAINT FRANCIS, KANSAS,
AROUND 2:30 AM. THE WINDS, COMBINED WITH DRY CONDITIONS, FUELED THE FIRE
WHICH DESTROYED ABOUT THREE BLOCKS OF THE TOWN.

IN 1912, A VIOLENT F4 TORNADO DEVELOPED SOUTH OF BARTLEY IN RED
WILLOW COUNTY NEBRASKA AND MOVED NORTHEAST TO NEAR CAMBRIDGE. THREE
FARM HOMES WERE DESTROYED AND FIVE OR MORE BARNS WERE SWEPT AWAY OR
REDUCED TO KINDLING. FOUR PEOPLE WERE INJURED AS THEY HUNG ONTO
TREES IN AN ORCHARD.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 271201
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT MON APR 27 2015

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

IN 1899, STRONG SOUTHWEST WINDS FANNED A FIRE IN SAINT FRANCIS, KANSAS,
AROUND 2:30 AM. THE WINDS, COMBINED WITH DRY CONDITIONS, FUELED THE FIRE
WHICH DESTROYED ABOUT THREE BLOCKS OF THE TOWN.

IN 1912, A VIOLENT F4 TORNADO DEVELOPED SOUTH OF BARTLEY IN RED
WILLOW COUNTY NEBRASKA AND MOVED NORTHEAST TO NEAR CAMBRIDGE. THREE
FARM HOMES WERE DESTROYED AND FIVE OR MORE BARNS WERE SWEPT AWAY OR
REDUCED TO KINDLING. FOUR PEOPLE WERE INJURED AS THEY HUNG ONTO
TREES IN AN ORCHARD.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 271201
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT MON APR 27 2015

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

IN 1899, STRONG SOUTHWEST WINDS FANNED A FIRE IN SAINT FRANCIS, KANSAS,
AROUND 2:30 AM. THE WINDS, COMBINED WITH DRY CONDITIONS, FUELED THE FIRE
WHICH DESTROYED ABOUT THREE BLOCKS OF THE TOWN.

IN 1912, A VIOLENT F4 TORNADO DEVELOPED SOUTH OF BARTLEY IN RED
WILLOW COUNTY NEBRASKA AND MOVED NORTHEAST TO NEAR CAMBRIDGE. THREE
FARM HOMES WERE DESTROYED AND FIVE OR MORE BARNS WERE SWEPT AWAY OR
REDUCED TO KINDLING. FOUR PEOPLE WERE INJURED AS THEY HUNG ONTO
TREES IN AN ORCHARD.

$$


000
NOUS43 KGLD 271201
PNSGLD

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GOODLAND KS
600 AM MDT MON APR 27 2015

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

IN 1899, STRONG SOUTHWEST WINDS FANNED A FIRE IN SAINT FRANCIS, KANSAS,
AROUND 2:30 AM. THE WINDS, COMBINED WITH DRY CONDITIONS, FUELED THE FIRE
WHICH DESTROYED ABOUT THREE BLOCKS OF THE TOWN.

IN 1912, A VIOLENT F4 TORNADO DEVELOPED SOUTH OF BARTLEY IN RED
WILLOW COUNTY NEBRASKA AND MOVED NORTHEAST TO NEAR CAMBRIDGE. THREE
FARM HOMES WERE DESTROYED AND FIVE OR MORE BARNS WERE SWEPT AWAY OR
REDUCED TO KINDLING. FOUR PEOPLE WERE INJURED AS THEY HUNG ONTO
TREES IN AN ORCHARD.

$$


000
NOUS41 KALY 271200
PNSALY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBANY NY
800 AM EDT MON APRIL 27 2015

...SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK CONTINUES...

APRIL 26 TO MAY 2 IS SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK IN
NEW YORK...CONNECTICUT...MASSACHUSETTS AND...VERMONT. ALL RESIDENTS
ARE URGED TO BE WEATHER READY BY PROTECTING THEMSELVES FROM THE
HAZARDS OF FLOODING...TORNADOES...AND SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS.

EASTERN NEW YORK AND WESTERN NEW ENGLAND GET THEIR SHARE OF SEVERE
WEATHER. IN AN AVERAGE YEAR...ABOUT NINE TORNADOES OCCUR IN NEW YORK
AND ANOTHER 6 OCCUR ACROSS NEW ENGLAND...AND HUNDREDS OF SEVERE
THUNDERSTORMS RUMBLE ACROSS THE NORTHEAST. IN 2013 AND 2014...THE
MOHAWK VALLEY OF NEW YORK WITNESSED DESTRUCTIVE FLASH FLOODING.

TODAY WE REVIEW SEVERE WEATHER TERMS AND DEFINTIONS.

SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS ARE DEFINED AS THOSE THUNDERSTORMS THAT PRODUCE
WINDS OF 58 MPH OR GREATER AND OR HAIL OF ONE INCH IN DIAMETER OR
LARGER. A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCH MEANS THAT SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS
ARE POSSIBLE OVER THE NEXT SEVERAL HOURS. YOU SHOULD CONTINUE WITH
YOUR DAILY ROUTINE...BUT BE PREPARED TO MOVE TO A PLACE OF SAFETY
SHOULD A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING BE ISSUED. A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM
WARNING MEANS THAT SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS ARE IMMINENT OR OCCURING. A
WARNING IMPLIES A SIGNIFICANT THREAT TO LIFE AND PROPERTY. YOU SHOULD
SEEK SHELTER IMMEDIATELY WHEN A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING IS ISSUED.

TORNADOES ARE VIOLENTLY ROTATING COLUMNS OF AIR IN CONTACT WITH THE
GROUND AND ATTACHED TO THE CLOUD BASE ABOVE. LIKE A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM
WATCH...A TORNADO WATCH MEANS THAT TORNADOES ARE POSSIBLE OVER THE
NEXT SEVERAL HOURS. A TORNADO WARNING MEANS THAT A TORNADO IS
IMMINENT OR OCCURRING. A TORNADO WARNING IMPLIES AN IMMEDIATE
THREAT TO LIFE AND PROPERTY. TAKE SHELTER IN A BASEMENT OR INTERIOR
ROOM IMMEDIATELY.

FLASH FLOODING IS A RAPID RISE...WITHIN SIX HOURS...OF WATER ALONG A
STREAM OR LOW LYING URBAN AREA. THE MOST COMMON CAUSE OF FLASH FLOODING
IS DOWNPOURS ASSOCIATED WITH THUNDERSTORMS. A FLASH FLOOD WATCH MEANS
THAT CONDITIONS ARE FAVORABLE FOR FLASH FLOODING. CONTINUE WITH YOUR
DAILY ACTIVITIES...BUT BE PREPARED TO HEAD TO A PLACE OF SAFETY SHOULD
A FLASH FLOOD WARNING BE ISSUED. A FLASH FLOOD WARNING MEANS THAT
FLOODING IS IMMINENT OR OCCURRING. FLOOD WATERS CAN RISE RAPIDLY. SEEK
HIGH GROUND IMMEDIATELY WHEN A FLASH FLOOD WARNING IS ISSUED.

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ISSUES SEVERE THUNDERSTORM...
TORNADO...AND FLASH FLOOD WARNINGS FOR SMALL AREAS LIKELY TO BE
IMPACTED BY THE STORM...RATHER THAN FOR AN ENTIRE COUNTY. THIS
METHOD NARROWS THE REGION FOR WHICH A WARNING IS VALID...ELIMINATING
UNNECESSARY WARNINGS FOR AREAS OF A COUNTY WHERE NO THREAT EXISTS.

NOAA WEATHER RADIO OFFERS ONE WAY TO RECEIVE IMMEDIATE RELAY OF
SEVERE WEATHER WARNINGS. MANY LOCAL TELEVISION AND RADIO STATIONS
ALSO BROADCAST WEATHER ALERTS. COMPUTERS AND WIRELESS DEVICES CAN
ALSO RECEIVE WARNINGS. THE RED CROSS...MANY STATE EMERGENCY
MANAGEMENT AGENCIES AND PRIVATE VENDORS HAVE WIRELESS APPLICATIONS
THAT WILL ALERT YOU OF SEVERE WEATHER BY RELAYING NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE WARNINGS.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK...GO TO OUR
WEB SITE WWW.WEATHER.GOV. THEN CLICK ON EASTERN NEW YORK OR
WESTERN NEW ENGLAND. FINALLY...SELECT OUR SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS LINK.

TOMORROW WE DISCUSS SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS.

$$

DIRIENZO


000
NOUS41 KALY 271200
PNSALY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBANY NY
800 AM EDT MON APRIL 27 2015

...SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK CONTINUES...

APRIL 26 TO MAY 2 IS SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK IN
NEW YORK...CONNECTICUT...MASSACHUSETTS AND...VERMONT. ALL RESIDENTS
ARE URGED TO BE WEATHER READY BY PROTECTING THEMSELVES FROM THE
HAZARDS OF FLOODING...TORNADOES...AND SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS.

EASTERN NEW YORK AND WESTERN NEW ENGLAND GET THEIR SHARE OF SEVERE
WEATHER. IN AN AVERAGE YEAR...ABOUT NINE TORNADOES OCCUR IN NEW YORK
AND ANOTHER 6 OCCUR ACROSS NEW ENGLAND...AND HUNDREDS OF SEVERE
THUNDERSTORMS RUMBLE ACROSS THE NORTHEAST. IN 2013 AND 2014...THE
MOHAWK VALLEY OF NEW YORK WITNESSED DESTRUCTIVE FLASH FLOODING.

TODAY WE REVIEW SEVERE WEATHER TERMS AND DEFINTIONS.

SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS ARE DEFINED AS THOSE THUNDERSTORMS THAT PRODUCE
WINDS OF 58 MPH OR GREATER AND OR HAIL OF ONE INCH IN DIAMETER OR
LARGER. A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCH MEANS THAT SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS
ARE POSSIBLE OVER THE NEXT SEVERAL HOURS. YOU SHOULD CONTINUE WITH
YOUR DAILY ROUTINE...BUT BE PREPARED TO MOVE TO A PLACE OF SAFETY
SHOULD A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING BE ISSUED. A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM
WARNING MEANS THAT SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS ARE IMMINENT OR OCCURING. A
WARNING IMPLIES A SIGNIFICANT THREAT TO LIFE AND PROPERTY. YOU SHOULD
SEEK SHELTER IMMEDIATELY WHEN A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING IS ISSUED.

TORNADOES ARE VIOLENTLY ROTATING COLUMNS OF AIR IN CONTACT WITH THE
GROUND AND ATTACHED TO THE CLOUD BASE ABOVE. LIKE A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM
WATCH...A TORNADO WATCH MEANS THAT TORNADOES ARE POSSIBLE OVER THE
NEXT SEVERAL HOURS. A TORNADO WARNING MEANS THAT A TORNADO IS
IMMINENT OR OCCURRING. A TORNADO WARNING IMPLIES AN IMMEDIATE
THREAT TO LIFE AND PROPERTY. TAKE SHELTER IN A BASEMENT OR INTERIOR
ROOM IMMEDIATELY.

FLASH FLOODING IS A RAPID RISE...WITHIN SIX HOURS...OF WATER ALONG A
STREAM OR LOW LYING URBAN AREA. THE MOST COMMON CAUSE OF FLASH FLOODING
IS DOWNPOURS ASSOCIATED WITH THUNDERSTORMS. A FLASH FLOOD WATCH MEANS
THAT CONDITIONS ARE FAVORABLE FOR FLASH FLOODING. CONTINUE WITH YOUR
DAILY ACTIVITIES...BUT BE PREPARED TO HEAD TO A PLACE OF SAFETY SHOULD
A FLASH FLOOD WARNING BE ISSUED. A FLASH FLOOD WARNING MEANS THAT
FLOODING IS IMMINENT OR OCCURRING. FLOOD WATERS CAN RISE RAPIDLY. SEEK
HIGH GROUND IMMEDIATELY WHEN A FLASH FLOOD WARNING IS ISSUED.

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ISSUES SEVERE THUNDERSTORM...
TORNADO...AND FLASH FLOOD WARNINGS FOR SMALL AREAS LIKELY TO BE
IMPACTED BY THE STORM...RATHER THAN FOR AN ENTIRE COUNTY. THIS
METHOD NARROWS THE REGION FOR WHICH A WARNING IS VALID...ELIMINATING
UNNECESSARY WARNINGS FOR AREAS OF A COUNTY WHERE NO THREAT EXISTS.

NOAA WEATHER RADIO OFFERS ONE WAY TO RECEIVE IMMEDIATE RELAY OF
SEVERE WEATHER WARNINGS. MANY LOCAL TELEVISION AND RADIO STATIONS
ALSO BROADCAST WEATHER ALERTS. COMPUTERS AND WIRELESS DEVICES CAN
ALSO RECEIVE WARNINGS. THE RED CROSS...MANY STATE EMERGENCY
MANAGEMENT AGENCIES AND PRIVATE VENDORS HAVE WIRELESS APPLICATIONS
THAT WILL ALERT YOU OF SEVERE WEATHER BY RELAYING NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE WARNINGS.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK...GO TO OUR
WEB SITE WWW.WEATHER.GOV. THEN CLICK ON EASTERN NEW YORK OR
WESTERN NEW ENGLAND. FINALLY...SELECT OUR SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS LINK.

TOMORROW WE DISCUSS SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS.

$$

DIRIENZO



000
NOUS41 KALY 271200
PNSALY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBANY NY
800 AM EDT MON APRIL 27 2015

...SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK CONTINUES...

APRIL 26 TO MAY 2 IS SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK IN
NEW YORK...CONNECTICUT...MASSACHUSETTS AND...VERMONT. ALL RESIDENTS
ARE URGED TO BE WEATHER READY BY PROTECTING THEMSELVES FROM THE
HAZARDS OF FLOODING...TORNADOES...AND SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS.

EASTERN NEW YORK AND WESTERN NEW ENGLAND GET THEIR SHARE OF SEVERE
WEATHER. IN AN AVERAGE YEAR...ABOUT NINE TORNADOES OCCUR IN NEW YORK
AND ANOTHER 6 OCCUR ACROSS NEW ENGLAND...AND HUNDREDS OF SEVERE
THUNDERSTORMS RUMBLE ACROSS THE NORTHEAST. IN 2013 AND 2014...THE
MOHAWK VALLEY OF NEW YORK WITNESSED DESTRUCTIVE FLASH FLOODING.

TODAY WE REVIEW SEVERE WEATHER TERMS AND DEFINTIONS.

SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS ARE DEFINED AS THOSE THUNDERSTORMS THAT PRODUCE
WINDS OF 58 MPH OR GREATER AND OR HAIL OF ONE INCH IN DIAMETER OR
LARGER. A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCH MEANS THAT SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS
ARE POSSIBLE OVER THE NEXT SEVERAL HOURS. YOU SHOULD CONTINUE WITH
YOUR DAILY ROUTINE...BUT BE PREPARED TO MOVE TO A PLACE OF SAFETY
SHOULD A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING BE ISSUED. A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM
WARNING MEANS THAT SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS ARE IMMINENT OR OCCURING. A
WARNING IMPLIES A SIGNIFICANT THREAT TO LIFE AND PROPERTY. YOU SHOULD
SEEK SHELTER IMMEDIATELY WHEN A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING IS ISSUED.

TORNADOES ARE VIOLENTLY ROTATING COLUMNS OF AIR IN CONTACT WITH THE
GROUND AND ATTACHED TO THE CLOUD BASE ABOVE. LIKE A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM
WATCH...A TORNADO WATCH MEANS THAT TORNADOES ARE POSSIBLE OVER THE
NEXT SEVERAL HOURS. A TORNADO WARNING MEANS THAT A TORNADO IS
IMMINENT OR OCCURRING. A TORNADO WARNING IMPLIES AN IMMEDIATE
THREAT TO LIFE AND PROPERTY. TAKE SHELTER IN A BASEMENT OR INTERIOR
ROOM IMMEDIATELY.

FLASH FLOODING IS A RAPID RISE...WITHIN SIX HOURS...OF WATER ALONG A
STREAM OR LOW LYING URBAN AREA. THE MOST COMMON CAUSE OF FLASH FLOODING
IS DOWNPOURS ASSOCIATED WITH THUNDERSTORMS. A FLASH FLOOD WATCH MEANS
THAT CONDITIONS ARE FAVORABLE FOR FLASH FLOODING. CONTINUE WITH YOUR
DAILY ACTIVITIES...BUT BE PREPARED TO HEAD TO A PLACE OF SAFETY SHOULD
A FLASH FLOOD WARNING BE ISSUED. A FLASH FLOOD WARNING MEANS THAT
FLOODING IS IMMINENT OR OCCURRING. FLOOD WATERS CAN RISE RAPIDLY. SEEK
HIGH GROUND IMMEDIATELY WHEN A FLASH FLOOD WARNING IS ISSUED.

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ISSUES SEVERE THUNDERSTORM...
TORNADO...AND FLASH FLOOD WARNINGS FOR SMALL AREAS LIKELY TO BE
IMPACTED BY THE STORM...RATHER THAN FOR AN ENTIRE COUNTY. THIS
METHOD NARROWS THE REGION FOR WHICH A WARNING IS VALID...ELIMINATING
UNNECESSARY WARNINGS FOR AREAS OF A COUNTY WHERE NO THREAT EXISTS.

NOAA WEATHER RADIO OFFERS ONE WAY TO RECEIVE IMMEDIATE RELAY OF
SEVERE WEATHER WARNINGS. MANY LOCAL TELEVISION AND RADIO STATIONS
ALSO BROADCAST WEATHER ALERTS. COMPUTERS AND WIRELESS DEVICES CAN
ALSO RECEIVE WARNINGS. THE RED CROSS...MANY STATE EMERGENCY
MANAGEMENT AGENCIES AND PRIVATE VENDORS HAVE WIRELESS APPLICATIONS
THAT WILL ALERT YOU OF SEVERE WEATHER BY RELAYING NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE WARNINGS.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK...GO TO OUR
WEB SITE WWW.WEATHER.GOV. THEN CLICK ON EASTERN NEW YORK OR
WESTERN NEW ENGLAND. FINALLY...SELECT OUR SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS LINK.

TOMORROW WE DISCUSS SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS.

$$

DIRIENZO


000
NOUS41 KALY 271200
PNSALY

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBANY NY
800 AM EDT MON APRIL 27 2015

...SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK CONTINUES...

APRIL 26 TO MAY 2 IS SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK IN
NEW YORK...CONNECTICUT...MASSACHUSETTS AND...VERMONT. ALL RESIDENTS
ARE URGED TO BE WEATHER READY BY PROTECTING THEMSELVES FROM THE
HAZARDS OF FLOODING...TORNADOES...AND SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS.

EASTERN NEW YORK AND WESTERN NEW ENGLAND GET THEIR SHARE OF SEVERE
WEATHER. IN AN AVERAGE YEAR...ABOUT NINE TORNADOES OCCUR IN NEW YORK
AND ANOTHER 6 OCCUR ACROSS NEW ENGLAND...AND HUNDREDS OF SEVERE
THUNDERSTORMS RUMBLE ACROSS THE NORTHEAST. IN 2013 AND 2014...THE
MOHAWK VALLEY OF NEW YORK WITNESSED DESTRUCTIVE FLASH FLOODING.

TODAY WE REVIEW SEVERE WEATHER TERMS AND DEFINTIONS.

SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS ARE DEFINED AS THOSE THUNDERSTORMS THAT PRODUCE
WINDS OF 58 MPH OR GREATER AND OR HAIL OF ONE INCH IN DIAMETER OR
LARGER. A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCH MEANS THAT SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS
ARE POSSIBLE OVER THE NEXT SEVERAL HOURS. YOU SHOULD CONTINUE WITH
YOUR DAILY ROUTINE...BUT BE PREPARED TO MOVE TO A PLACE OF SAFETY
SHOULD A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING BE ISSUED. A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM
WARNING MEANS THAT SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS ARE IMMINENT OR OCCURING. A
WARNING IMPLIES A SIGNIFICANT THREAT TO LIFE AND PROPERTY. YOU SHOULD
SEEK SHELTER IMMEDIATELY WHEN A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING IS ISSUED.

TORNADOES ARE VIOLENTLY ROTATING COLUMNS OF AIR IN CONTACT WITH THE
GROUND AND ATTACHED TO THE CLOUD BASE ABOVE. LIKE A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM
WATCH...A TORNADO WATCH MEANS THAT TORNADOES ARE POSSIBLE OVER THE
NEXT SEVERAL HOURS. A TORNADO WARNING MEANS THAT A TORNADO IS
IMMINENT OR OCCURRING. A TORNADO WARNING IMPLIES AN IMMEDIATE
THREAT TO LIFE AND PROPERTY. TAKE SHELTER IN A BASEMENT OR INTERIOR
ROOM IMMEDIATELY.

FLASH FLOODING IS A RAPID RISE...WITHIN SIX HOURS...OF WATER ALONG A
STREAM OR LOW LYING URBAN AREA. THE MOST COMMON CAUSE OF FLASH FLOODING
IS DOWNPOURS ASSOCIATED WITH THUNDERSTORMS. A FLASH FLOOD WATCH MEANS
THAT CONDITIONS ARE FAVORABLE FOR FLASH FLOODING. CONTINUE WITH YOUR
DAILY ACTIVITIES...BUT BE PREPARED TO HEAD TO A PLACE OF SAFETY SHOULD
A FLASH FLOOD WARNING BE ISSUED. A FLASH FLOOD WARNING MEANS THAT
FLOODING IS IMMINENT OR OCCURRING. FLOOD WATERS CAN RISE RAPIDLY. SEEK
HIGH GROUND IMMEDIATELY WHEN A FLASH FLOOD WARNING IS ISSUED.

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ISSUES SEVERE THUNDERSTORM...
TORNADO...AND FLASH FLOOD WARNINGS FOR SMALL AREAS LIKELY TO BE
IMPACTED BY THE STORM...RATHER THAN FOR AN ENTIRE COUNTY. THIS
METHOD NARROWS THE REGION FOR WHICH A WARNING IS VALID...ELIMINATING
UNNECESSARY WARNINGS FOR AREAS OF A COUNTY WHERE NO THREAT EXISTS.

NOAA WEATHER RADIO OFFERS ONE WAY TO RECEIVE IMMEDIATE RELAY OF
SEVERE WEATHER WARNINGS. MANY LOCAL TELEVISION AND RADIO STATIONS
ALSO BROADCAST WEATHER ALERTS. COMPUTERS AND WIRELESS DEVICES CAN
ALSO RECEIVE WARNINGS. THE RED CROSS...MANY STATE EMERGENCY
MANAGEMENT AGENCIES AND PRIVATE VENDORS HAVE WIRELESS APPLICATIONS
THAT WILL ALERT YOU OF SEVERE WEATHER BY RELAYING NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE WARNINGS.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS WEEK...GO TO OUR
WEB SITE WWW.WEATHER.GOV. THEN CLICK ON EASTERN NEW YORK OR
WESTERN NEW ENGLAND. FINALLY...SELECT OUR SEVERE WEATHER AWARENESS LINK.

TOMORROW WE DISCUSS SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS.

$$

DIRIENZO



000
NOUS41 KCAR 271058
PNSCAR

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CARIBOU ME
700 AM EDT MON APR 27 2015

...SEVERE WEATHER PREPAREDNESS WEEK STARTS TODAY...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CARIBOU, MAINE HAS DECLARED APRIL 26TH
THROUGH MAY 2ND AS SEVERE WEATHER PREPAREDNESS WEEK. EACH DAY DURING
THE PREPAREDNESS WEEK WILL FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A DIFFERENT
SEVERE WEATHER RELATED TOPIC.

NEW ENGLAND WILL QUICKLY TRANSITION FROM EARLY SPRING WEATHER TO
MORE SUMMER LIKE WEATHER PATTERNS OVER THE NEXT SEVERAL WEEKS.
ALONG WITH THE WARMER WEATHER COMES AN INCREASING THREAT OF
THUNDERSTORMS, AND WITH IT COMES THE THREAT FOR SEVERE WEATHER.  ARE
YOU PREPARED FOR SEVERE WEATHER?  DO YOU KNOW WHERE AND HOW TO
RECEIVE FORECASTS? DO YOU KNOW HOW TO RECEIVE WARNINGS AND WATCHES
FOR SEVERE WEATHER?  DO YOU KNOW WHAT TO DO DURING AND AFTER SEVERE
WEATHER IMPACTS YOU?

...TAKE ACTION...

THUNDERSTORMS MAY BE BEAUTIFUL, BUT THEY CAN ALSO BE DEADLY. THEY
CAN PRODUCE LIGHTNING, DAMAGING WIND, HAIL, TORNADOES AND FLOODING.
ALL OF THESE CAN RESULT IN INJURY, DEATH, AND/OR PROPERTY DAMAGE.
KNOWING WHEN THUNDERSTORMS ARE LIKELY TO IMPACT YOUR AREA IS KEY TO
STAYING SAFE. CHECK WWW.WEATHER.GOV/CAR DAILY, GET A WEATHER APP ON
YOUR PHONE, OR TUNE INTO YOUR LOCAL NEWS. IDENTIFY SAFE PLACES TO
SHELTER FROM A STORM THROUGHOUT YOUR DAY. IF YOU ARE AT HOME, WORK
OR SCHOOL, IDENTIFY LOCATIONS AWAY FROM WINDOWS AND ELECTRICAL
APPLIANCES. IF YOU ARE GOING TO BE OUTSIDE, KNOW WHERE THE NEAREST
ENCLOSED BUILDING IS LOCATED AND GO THERE AT THE FIRST SIGN OF A
STORM. IF NO BUILDING IS AVAILABLE, THE NEXT BEST OPTION IS TO GET
INSIDE A CAR WITH THE WINDOWS ROLLED UP. IF YOU ARE DRIVING AND
ENCOUNTER WATER COVERING THE ROADWAY, TURN AROUND AND FIND ANOTHER
ROUTE TO YOUR DESTINATION. BY UNDERSTANDING THE RISKS POSED TO YOU
BY THUNDERSTORMS YOU CAN TAKE STEPS TO KEEP YOURSELF AND LOVED ONES
SAFE. FOR SAFETY INFORMATION VISIT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/OM/SEVEREWEATHER.


000
NOUS41 KCAR 271058
PNSCAR

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CARIBOU ME
700 AM EDT MON APR 27 2015

...SEVERE WEATHER PREPAREDNESS WEEK STARTS TODAY...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CARIBOU, MAINE HAS DECLARED APRIL 26TH
THROUGH MAY 2ND AS SEVERE WEATHER PREPAREDNESS WEEK. EACH DAY DURING
THE PREPAREDNESS WEEK WILL FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A DIFFERENT
SEVERE WEATHER RELATED TOPIC.

NEW ENGLAND WILL QUICKLY TRANSITION FROM EARLY SPRING WEATHER TO
MORE SUMMER LIKE WEATHER PATTERNS OVER THE NEXT SEVERAL WEEKS.
ALONG WITH THE WARMER WEATHER COMES AN INCREASING THREAT OF
THUNDERSTORMS, AND WITH IT COMES THE THREAT FOR SEVERE WEATHER.  ARE
YOU PREPARED FOR SEVERE WEATHER?  DO YOU KNOW WHERE AND HOW TO
RECEIVE FORECASTS? DO YOU KNOW HOW TO RECEIVE WARNINGS AND WATCHES
FOR SEVERE WEATHER?  DO YOU KNOW WHAT TO DO DURING AND AFTER SEVERE
WEATHER IMPACTS YOU?

...TAKE ACTION...

THUNDERSTORMS MAY BE BEAUTIFUL, BUT THEY CAN ALSO BE DEADLY. THEY
CAN PRODUCE LIGHTNING, DAMAGING WIND, HAIL, TORNADOES AND FLOODING.
ALL OF THESE CAN RESULT IN INJURY, DEATH, AND/OR PROPERTY DAMAGE.
KNOWING WHEN THUNDERSTORMS ARE LIKELY TO IMPACT YOUR AREA IS KEY TO
STAYING SAFE. CHECK WWW.WEATHER.GOV/CAR DAILY, GET A WEATHER APP ON
YOUR PHONE, OR TUNE INTO YOUR LOCAL NEWS. IDENTIFY SAFE PLACES TO
SHELTER FROM A STORM THROUGHOUT YOUR DAY. IF YOU ARE AT HOME, WORK
OR SCHOOL, IDENTIFY LOCATIONS AWAY FROM WINDOWS AND ELECTRICAL
APPLIANCES. IF YOU ARE GOING TO BE OUTSIDE, KNOW WHERE THE NEAREST
ENCLOSED BUILDING IS LOCATED AND GO THERE AT THE FIRST SIGN OF A
STORM. IF NO BUILDING IS AVAILABLE, THE NEXT BEST OPTION IS TO GET
INSIDE A CAR WITH THE WINDOWS ROLLED UP. IF YOU ARE DRIVING AND
ENCOUNTER WATER COVERING THE ROADWAY, TURN AROUND AND FIND ANOTHER
ROUTE TO YOUR DESTINATION. BY UNDERSTANDING THE RISKS POSED TO YOU
BY THUNDERSTORMS YOU CAN TAKE STEPS TO KEEP YOURSELF AND LOVED ONES
SAFE. FOR SAFETY INFORMATION VISIT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/OM/SEVEREWEATHER.


000
NOUS41 KCAR 271058
PNSCAR

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CARIBOU ME
700 AM EDT MON APR 27 2015

...SEVERE WEATHER PREPAREDNESS WEEK STARTS TODAY...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CARIBOU, MAINE HAS DECLARED APRIL 26TH
THROUGH MAY 2ND AS SEVERE WEATHER PREPAREDNESS WEEK. EACH DAY DURING
THE PREPAREDNESS WEEK WILL FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A DIFFERENT
SEVERE WEATHER RELATED TOPIC.

NEW ENGLAND WILL QUICKLY TRANSITION FROM EARLY SPRING WEATHER TO
MORE SUMMER LIKE WEATHER PATTERNS OVER THE NEXT SEVERAL WEEKS.
ALONG WITH THE WARMER WEATHER COMES AN INCREASING THREAT OF
THUNDERSTORMS, AND WITH IT COMES THE THREAT FOR SEVERE WEATHER.  ARE
YOU PREPARED FOR SEVERE WEATHER?  DO YOU KNOW WHERE AND HOW TO
RECEIVE FORECASTS? DO YOU KNOW HOW TO RECEIVE WARNINGS AND WATCHES
FOR SEVERE WEATHER?  DO YOU KNOW WHAT TO DO DURING AND AFTER SEVERE
WEATHER IMPACTS YOU?

...TAKE ACTION...

THUNDERSTORMS MAY BE BEAUTIFUL, BUT THEY CAN ALSO BE DEADLY. THEY
CAN PRODUCE LIGHTNING, DAMAGING WIND, HAIL, TORNADOES AND FLOODING.
ALL OF THESE CAN RESULT IN INJURY, DEATH, AND/OR PROPERTY DAMAGE.
KNOWING WHEN THUNDERSTORMS ARE LIKELY TO IMPACT YOUR AREA IS KEY TO
STAYING SAFE. CHECK WWW.WEATHER.GOV/CAR DAILY, GET A WEATHER APP ON
YOUR PHONE, OR TUNE INTO YOUR LOCAL NEWS. IDENTIFY SAFE PLACES TO
SHELTER FROM A STORM THROUGHOUT YOUR DAY. IF YOU ARE AT HOME, WORK
OR SCHOOL, IDENTIFY LOCATIONS AWAY FROM WINDOWS AND ELECTRICAL
APPLIANCES. IF YOU ARE GOING TO BE OUTSIDE, KNOW WHERE THE NEAREST
ENCLOSED BUILDING IS LOCATED AND GO THERE AT THE FIRST SIGN OF A
STORM. IF NO BUILDING IS AVAILABLE, THE NEXT BEST OPTION IS TO GET
INSIDE A CAR WITH THE WINDOWS ROLLED UP. IF YOU ARE DRIVING AND
ENCOUNTER WATER COVERING THE ROADWAY, TURN AROUND AND FIND ANOTHER
ROUTE TO YOUR DESTINATION. BY UNDERSTANDING THE RISKS POSED TO YOU
BY THUNDERSTORMS YOU CAN TAKE STEPS TO KEEP YOURSELF AND LOVED ONES
SAFE. FOR SAFETY INFORMATION VISIT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/OM/SEVEREWEATHER.


000
NOUS41 KCAR 271058
PNSCAR

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CARIBOU ME
700 AM EDT MON APR 27 2015

...SEVERE WEATHER PREPAREDNESS WEEK STARTS TODAY...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CARIBOU, MAINE HAS DECLARED APRIL 26TH
THROUGH MAY 2ND AS SEVERE WEATHER PREPAREDNESS WEEK. EACH DAY DURING
THE PREPAREDNESS WEEK WILL FEATURE INFORMATION ABOUT A DIFFERENT
SEVERE WEATHER RELATED TOPIC.

NEW ENGLAND WILL QUICKLY TRANSITION FROM EARLY SPRING WEATHER TO
MORE SUMMER LIKE WEATHER PATTERNS OVER THE NEXT SEVERAL WEEKS.
ALONG WITH THE WARMER WEATHER COMES AN INCREASING THREAT OF
THUNDERSTORMS, AND WITH IT COMES THE THREAT FOR SEVERE WEATHER.  ARE
YOU PREPARED FOR SEVERE WEATHER?  DO YOU KNOW WHERE AND HOW TO
RECEIVE FORECASTS? DO YOU KNOW HOW TO RECEIVE WARNINGS AND WATCHES
FOR SEVERE WEATHER?  DO YOU KNOW WHAT TO DO DURING AND AFTER SEVERE
WEATHER IMPACTS YOU?

...TAKE ACTION...

THUNDERSTORMS MAY BE BEAUTIFUL, BUT THEY CAN ALSO BE DEADLY. THEY
CAN PRODUCE LIGHTNING, DAMAGING WIND, HAIL, TORNADOES AND FLOODING.
ALL OF THESE CAN RESULT IN INJURY, DEATH, AND/OR PROPERTY DAMAGE.
KNOWING WHEN THUNDERSTORMS ARE LIKELY TO IMPACT YOUR AREA IS KEY TO
STAYING SAFE. CHECK WWW.WEATHER.GOV/CAR DAILY, GET A WEATHER APP ON
YOUR PHONE, OR TUNE INTO YOUR LOCAL NEWS. IDENTIFY SAFE PLACES TO
SHELTER FROM A STORM THROUGHOUT YOUR DAY. IF YOU ARE AT HOME, WORK
OR SCHOOL, IDENTIFY LOCATIONS AWAY FROM WINDOWS AND ELECTRICAL
APPLIANCES. IF YOU ARE GOING TO BE OUTSIDE, KNOW WHERE THE NEAREST
ENCLOSED BUILDING IS LOCATED AND GO THERE AT THE FIRST SIGN OF A
STORM. IF NO BUILDING IS AVAILABLE, THE NEXT BEST OPTION IS TO GET
INSIDE A CAR WITH THE WINDOWS ROLLED UP. IF YOU ARE DRIVING AND
ENCOUNTER WATER COVERING THE ROADWAY, TURN AROUND AND FIND ANOTHER
ROUTE TO YOUR DESTINATION. BY UNDERSTANDING THE RISKS POSED TO YOU
BY THUNDERSTORMS YOU CAN TAKE STEPS TO KEEP YOURSELF AND LOVED ONES
SAFE. FOR SAFETY INFORMATION VISIT WWW.WEATHER.GOV/OM/SEVEREWEATHER.


000
NOUS43 KLBF 270859
PNSLBF

... THIS IS AIR QUALITY AWARENESS WEEK...

THIS WEEK MARKS THE BEGINNING OF OZONE SEASON FOR MANY AREAS
IN THE UNITED STATES. EACH DAY OF AIR QUALITY AWARENESS WEEK WILL
FEATURE A UNIQUE TOPIC RELEVANT TO EDUCATION AND PREPAREDNESS.

TODAY WE HIGHLIGHT TWO TYPES OF AIR POLLUTION: OZONE AND PARTICLE
POLLUTION. THESE ARE TWO COMMON POLLUTANTS FOUND IN MANY PARTS OF
THE COUNTRY. OZONE IS A COLORLESS ODORLESS GAS. IT IS THE SAME GAS
THAT IS FOUND IN THE OZONE LAYER HIGH IN THE EARTH`S STRATOSPHERE...
WHERE IT PROTECTS US FROM THE SUN`S ULTRAVIOLET ENERGY. BUT AT
GROUND LEVEL WHERE WE LIVE...OZONE POLLUTION IS UNHEALTHY TO
BREATHE.

PARTICLE POLLUTION...OR AIRBORNE PARTICLE POLLUTION...CONSISTS OF
MICROSCOPIC PARTICLES IN THE AIR. DEPENDING ON WHERE YOU LIVE...IT
CAN BE A PROBLEM IN THE WINTER AND/OR SUMMER. LIKE OZONE PARTICLE
POLLUTION IS NOT HEALTHY TO BREATHE. THE PARTICLES ALSO CONTRIBUTE
TO HAZE WHICH BLURS THE VIEW IN MANY CITIES AND NATIONAL PARKS.

TOMORROW WE WILL LEARN HOW THESE POLLUTANTS FORM AND CREATE POOR
AIR QUALITY CONDITIONS.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON AIR QUALITY AWARENESS WEEK...VISIT US ON
THE WORLD WIDE WEB AT WWW.AIRQUALITY.NOAA.GOV.

$$

NWS
































000
NOUS43 KLBF 270859
PNSLBF

... THIS IS AIR QUALITY AWARENESS WEEK...

THIS WEEK MARKS THE BEGINNING OF OZONE SEASON FOR MANY AREAS
IN THE UNITED STATES. EACH DAY OF AIR QUALITY AWARENESS WEEK WILL
FEATURE A UNIQUE TOPIC RELEVANT TO EDUCATION AND PREPAREDNESS.

TODAY WE HIGHLIGHT TWO TYPES OF AIR POLLUTION: OZONE AND PARTICLE
POLLUTION. THESE ARE TWO COMMON POLLUTANTS FOUND IN MANY PARTS OF
THE COUNTRY. OZONE IS A COLORLESS ODORLESS GAS. IT IS THE SAME GAS
THAT IS FOUND IN THE OZONE LAYER HIGH IN THE EARTH`S STRATOSPHERE...
WHERE IT PROTECTS US FROM THE SUN`S ULTRAVIOLET ENERGY. BUT AT
GROUND LEVEL WHERE WE LIVE...OZONE POLLUTION IS UNHEALTHY TO
BREATHE.

PARTICLE POLLUTION...OR AIRBORNE PARTICLE POLLUTION...CONSISTS OF
MICROSCOPIC PARTICLES IN THE AIR. DEPENDING ON WHERE YOU LIVE...IT
CAN BE A PROBLEM IN THE WINTER AND/OR SUMMER. LIKE OZONE PARTICLE
POLLUTION IS NOT HEALTHY TO BREATHE. THE PARTICLES ALSO CONTRIBUTE
TO HAZE WHICH BLURS THE VIEW IN MANY CITIES AND NATIONAL PARKS.

TOMORROW WE WILL LEARN HOW THESE POLLUTANTS FORM AND CREATE POOR
AIR QUALITY CONDITIONS.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON AIR QUALITY AWARENESS WEEK...VISIT US ON
THE WORLD WIDE WEB AT WWW.AIRQUALITY.NOAA.GOV.

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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
830 PM MDT SUN APR 26 2015

BELOW ARE THE 3-DAY PRECIPITATION TOTALS AND PEAK WIND GUST REPORTS.

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
LOGAN - 4465 FT                          9 AM SUN               1.73
LOGAN RIVER ABV STATE DAM - 4805 FT      2 PM SUN               1.29
LBW SOUTHFORK - 5095 FT                  7 PM SUN               1.15
NORTH LOGAN - 4749 FT                    8 AM SUN               1.14
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     7 PM SUN               1.09
PROVIDENCE - 4528 FT                     7 AM SUN               1.08
LOGAN GOLF - 4808 FT                     2 PM SUN               1.07
LBW PARADISE - 4859 FT                   8 PM SUN               0.97
PROVIDENCE - EVANS FARM - 4535 FT        2 PM SUN               0.95
LBW EXPFARM - 4498 FT                    8 PM SUN               0.92
RICHMOND - 4576 FT                       6 AM SUN               0.89
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          2 PM SUN               0.88
LOGAN - 4806 FT                          7 PM SUN               0.87
BENSON - 4428 FT                         8 AM SAT               0.83
LOGAN DRAINAGE FARM - 4435 FT            9 AM SUN               0.74
HYDE PARK - 4515 FT                      9 AM SAT               0.74
LEWISTON - 4514 FT                       2 PM SUN               0.73

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BOUNTIFUL - 5085 FT                      8 AM SUN      0.3      2.39
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                      7 PM SUN               2.40
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                8 PM SUN               2.20
CENTERVILLE - 4445 FT                    3 PM SUN               2.10
WEST POINT - 4350 FT                     7 PM SUN               2.05
WEST BOUNTIFUL - 4231 FT                 9 AM SUN               1.95
CLEARFIELD - 4260 FT                     5 PM SUN               1.94
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4802 FT                  7 AM SUN               1.79
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                7 PM SUN               1.76
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    8 PM SUN               1.73
CENTERVILLE - 4216 FT                    7 PM SUN               1.69
CLINTON - 4337 FT                        7 PM SUN               1.63
FARMINGTON - 4239 FT                     8 AM SUN               1.62
BRIGHAM CITY - 4400 FT                   7 PM SUN               1.61
PERRY - 4491 FT                          6 AM SUN               1.54
LAYTON - 4770 FT                         7 PM SUN               1.48
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    5 PM SUN               1.40
NORTHEAST OGDEN BENCH - 4560 FT          9 AM SUN               1.40
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    9 AM SUN               1.40
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                      7 PM SUN               1.39
SOUTH OGDEN - 4777 FT                    7 PM SUN               1.33
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            8 PM SUN               1.32
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                   7 PM SUN               1.31
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                       7 PM SUN               1.30
WEST HAVEN - 4239 FT                     8 AM SUN               1.23
EAGLE LAKE - 4377 FT                     8 PM SUN               1.22
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                    7 PM SUN               1.21
ROY - 4373 FT                            7 PM SUN               1.20
NORTH OGDEN - 4392 FT                    7 AM SUN               1.15
WEST WEBER - 4248 FT                     7 AM SUN               1.10
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       8 PM SUN               1.07
GARLAND 1 SE - 4328 FT                   6 AM SUN               0.97
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                       1 PM SUN               0.94
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT               7 PM SUN               0.85
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                 1 PM SUN               0.80
NORTH OGDEN                              9 AM SAT               0.72
CORINNE - 4238 FT                        8 PM SUN               0.69
TREMONTON - 4331 FT                      2 PM SUN               0.66
THATCHER - 4414 FT                       7 AM SAT               0.44

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
1 SE TOOELE                              8 AM SUN      2.0
TOOELE - 5070 FT                         5 PM SUN      1.0      1.74
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS - 5230 FT             9 AM SUN      0.8      1.17
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS - 5138 FT             7 AM SUN      0.6      1.55
SANDY - 4852 FT                          7 AM SUN      0.5      1.17
UPPER MILLCREEK - 5050 FT                3 PM SUN      0.2      1.69
STANSBURY PARK - 4300 FT                11 AM SUN               1.95
MAGNA - 4375 FT                          7 AM SUN               1.64
SALT LAKE CITY - 5102 FT                 7 PM SUN               1.59
DRAPER - 4418 FT                         7 PM SUN               1.54
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            8 PM SUN               1.51
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4317 FT               8 AM SUN               1.51
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                   8 PM SUN               1.50
STOCKTON - 5087 FT                       7 AM SUN               1.45
HOLLADAY - 4540 FT                       7 AM SUN               1.41
MAGNA - 4400 FT                          7 PM SUN               1.40
WEST JORDAN - MSI - 4519 FT              8 PM SUN               1.36
ROCKY - 5970 FT                          1 PM SUN               1.34
KEARNS - 4613 FT                         7 PM SUN               1.32
GRANTSVILLE 2 W - 4480 FT                5 AM SUN               1.29
TAYLORSVILLE-BENNION - 4594 FT           7 AM SUN               1.25
SOUTH SALT LAKE - 4340 FT                7 AM SUN               1.20
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT         8 PM SUN               1.19
NORTH HOLLADAY - 4600 FT                 7 PM SUN               1.18
TAYLORSVILLE - 4514 FT                   7 PM SUN               1.15
SANDY - 4714 FT                          8 AM SUN               1.11
RIVERTON - 4534 FT                      10 AM SUN               1.08
HERRIMAN                                 7 PM SUN               1.04
MURRAY - 4290 FT                         8 PM SUN               1.03
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         7 PM SUN               0.96
SOUTH JORDAN - 4551 FT                   7 PM SUN               0.95
HERRIMAN - 5062 FT                       2 PM SUN               0.95
DRAPER 2 WNW - 4427 FT                   7 AM SUN               0.90
DRAPER - 5052 FT                         7 PM SUN               0.83
VERNON - 5639 FT                         7 PM SUN               0.83

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SPANISH FORK POWER HOUSE - 4720 FT       5 PM SUN               1.31
SPRINGVILLE                              8 AM SUN               1.29
SPANISH FORK - 4738 FT                   7 PM SUN               1.22
PLEASANT GROVE - 5200 FT                 7 PM SUN               1.08
LEHI - 4800 FT                           9 AM SUN               1.06
ALPINE - 5070 FT                         5 PM SUN               1.05
PROVO BYU - 4570 FT                      5 PM SUN               1.04
LEVAN - 5290 FT                          5 PM SUN               1.03
TICKVILLE - 5191 FT                      7 PM SUN               0.93
OREM - 4728 FT                           7 PM SUN               0.82
PROVO - 4641 FT                          7 PM SUN               0.78
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4787 FT               7 PM SUN               0.78
NEPHI - 5002 FT                          8 PM SUN               0.72
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT          8 PM SUN               0.70
UTAH LAKE LEHI - 4497 FT                 5 PM SUN               0.63
SARATOGA SPRINGS 1W - 7544 FT            8 PM SUN               0.55
PROVO MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 4498 FT        8 PM SUN               0.52
AMERICAN FORK - 4623 FT                  7 AM SUN               0.52

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
WEST GRANITE - 4403 FT                   7 PM SUN               1.35
VERNON CREEK NEAR VERNON 8SE - 6226 FT   7 PM SUN               1.20
ARAGONITE - 5030 FT                      7 PM SUN               1.11
CEDAR MOUNTAIN - 4650 FT                 7 PM SUN               1.06
ENGLISH VILLAGE - 4788 FT                8 PM SUN               1.03
TARGET S - 4349 FT                       8 PM SUN               0.91
CALLAO GATE - 4250 FT                    8 PM SUN               0.89
TARGET R - 4311 FT                       8 PM SUN               0.89
WHITE SAGE - 4363 FT                     8 PM SUN               0.79
SALT FLATS - 4265 FT                     8 PM SUN               0.78
CAMEL BACK MTN - 5077 FT                 7 PM SUN               0.77
BAKER LAB - 4294 FT                      8 PM SUN               0.75
DITTO - 4345 FT                          8 PM SUN               0.72
LOWER CEDAR MTN - 4495 FT                8 PM SUN               0.72
NW DECON PAD - 4380 FT                   7 PM SUN               0.72
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                   8 PM SUN               0.71
MINING FORK - 8000 FT                    3 PM SAT               0.70
ROMEO & CENTERLINE - 4308 FT             8 PM SUN               0.67
TOWER GRID - 4346 FT                     7 PM SUN               0.66
UTAH TEST RANGE - 4440 FT                5 PM SUN               0.65
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT               2 PM SUN               0.64
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT                8 PM SUN               0.60
PLAYA STATION - 4280 FT                  8 PM SUN               0.57
BLUE CREEK - 5170 FT                     8 PM SUN               0.57
CLIFTON FLAT - 6384 FT                   7 PM SUN               0.56
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                8 PM SUN               0.52
SNOWVILLE (SOUTH) - 4812 FT              2 PM SUN               0.47
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              2 PM SUN               0.39
ROCKY BASIN-SETTLEME - 8900 FT           3 PM SAT               0.30

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        7 PM SUN               2.01
SWANSONS ENV CENTER - 5700 FT            8 PM SUN               1.31
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                     7 PM SUN               1.09
EDEN - 4947 FT                           7 AM SUN               1.09
MORGAN - 5092 FT                         5 AM SUN               0.90
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT        7 PM SUN               0.81
DEER CREEK DAM - 5270 FT                 5 AM SUN               0.75
PARK CITY GOLF COURSE - 6855 FT          9 AM SUN               0.70
WANSHIP DAM - 5940 FT                    5 PM SUN               0.60
COALVILLE - 5673 FT                      2 PM SUN               0.47
HEBER CITY - 5768 FT                     9 AM SUN               0.43
EDEN - 5337 FT                           5 PM SUN               0.37
PARK CITY - 6516 FT                      7 AM SAT               0.31

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
SUMMIT PARK - 7000 FT                    9 AM SUN      4.5      1.11
RANDOLPH - 6270 FT                       5 AM SUN      0.3      0.71
LOST CREEK NR CROYDEN - 5840 FT          1 PM SUN               1.38
EMIGRATION CANYON - 6024 FT              7 PM SUN               1.34
BLACKSMITH FORK - 5020 FT                1 PM SUN               0.99
LAKETOWN - 5959 FT                       8 PM SUN               0.83
LAKETOWN UDOT - 5991 FT                  7 PM SUN               0.81
HARDWARE RANCH - 5564 FT                 8 PM SUN               0.65
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    7 PM SUN               0.64
GARDEN CITY - 7615 FT                    7 PM SUN               0.62
BEN LOMOND PEAK - 8000 FT               12 PM SAT               0.60
LIGHTNING RIDGE - 8215 FT               11 AM SAT               0.60
GARDEN CITY - 5959 FT                    7 PM SUN               0.53
RANDOLPH - 6264 FT                       9 AM SUN               0.48

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
ALTA - COLLINS - 9662 FT                 4 PM SUN     14.0      1.59
ALTA UDOT - 8799 FT                      4 PM SUN      8.0      1.06
ALTA - 8730 FT                           5 PM SUN      6.0      0.77
SILVER LAKE BRIGHTON - 8740 FT           5 AM SUN      5.0      0.60
SNOWBIRD - 8100 FT                       6 AM SUN      4.0      0.42
BIG COTTONWOOD SPRUCES - 7402 FT         5 PM SUN      3.0      0.89
PROVO CANYON - 6100 FT                   4 PM SAT      2.0      0.98
SUNDANCE - 7503 FT                       8 PM SUN               1.58
ALTA - BASE - 8560 FT                    7 PM SUN               1.02
SPRUCES - 7402 FT                        1 PM SUN               0.94
DEER VALLEY - ONTARIO - 9100 FT          7 PM SUN               0.91
FOUNTAIN GREEN 4ENE - 7166 FT            8 PM SUN               0.68
SNOWBIRD - 9640 FT                       9 PM FRI               0.50
TIMPANOGOS CAVE - 7999 FT                2 PM SUN               0.45

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
HEBER CITY 10 ESE - 8305 FT              9 AM SUN      4.0      0.94
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 2 PM SUN               0.77
MOON LAKE - 8150 FT                      8 PM SUN               0.65
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         8 PM SUN               0.59
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         8 PM SUN               0.59
WEBER RIVER NR OAKLEY 7NNE - 6653 FT     7 PM SUN               0.57
YELLOWSTONE DRAINAGE - 7800 FT           7 PM SUN               0.56
YELLOWSTONE RIVER NR ALTONAH - 7506 FT   2 PM SUN               0.55
STEEL CREEK PARK - 10100 FT              3 PM SAT               0.50
REDDEN MINE LWR - 8500 FT                3 AM SAT               0.50
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      2 PM SUN               0.45
CHEPETA - 10300 FT                       2 AM SAT               0.40
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        1 PM SUN               0.32
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           1 PM SUN               0.31
HOLE-IN-ROCK - 9150 FT                   3 PM SAT               0.30

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
BRUIN POINT - 10200 FT                   7 PM SUN               0.90
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                    7 PM SUN               0.77
BAER #10 RED BULL - 8360 FT              7 PM SUN               0.56
MANTI - PORTABLE #1 - 6085 FT            1 PM SUN               0.47
MANTI - PORTABLE #4 - 8421 FT            1 PM SUN               0.44
HORSE RIDGE - 8480 FT                    1 PM SUN               0.44
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      1 PM SUN               0.41
HUNTINGTON HORSE - 9657 FT               3 PM SAT               0.30
STRAWBERRY DIVIDE - 8400 FT              3 PM SAT               0.30

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      1 PM SUN               0.75
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      1 PM SUN               0.46
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT            1 PM SUN               0.46
ALTAMONT - 6370 FT                       5 AM SUN               0.34
DUCHESNE - 5520 FT                       5 PM SUN               0.22
ROOSEVELT - 5167 FT                      8 AM SUN               0.17

...CASTLE COUNTRY...
CARBON COUNTY AIRPORT - 5922 FT          2 PM SUN               0.38
FERRON - 5930 FT                         5 AM SUN               0.36
WELLINGTON 3 E - 5400 FT                 5 PM SUN               0.22

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
GREEN RIVER - 4073 FT                    7 PM SUN               0.66
SAN RAFAEL NR GREEN RIVER - 4200 FT      7 PM SUN               0.60
HANS FLAT RS - 6600 FT                   5 AM SUN               0.51
FLATTOP MOUNTAIN - 6120 FT               1 PM SUN               0.48
GOBLIN VALLEY SP - 4990 FT               5 AM SUN               0.15
CAPITOL REEF NATIONAL PARK - 5500 FT     5 AM SUN               0.09

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
SPRING CITY - 5835 FT                    7 PM SUN               0.75
SEVIER RESERVOIR - 5369 FT               7 PM SUN               0.60
MONROE - 5364 FT                         9 AM SUN               0.28
VENICE - 5244 FT                         9 AM SUN               0.20

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
OAK CITY - 5135 FT                       7 AM SUN               1.39
SIXMILE RIDGE - 5075 FT                  7 AM SUN               1.31
FILLMORE - 5120 FT                       5 PM SUN               1.23
DELTA MUNI AIRPORT - 4750 FT             7 PM SUN               0.92
LITTLE SAHARA DUNES - 5240 FT            5 AM SUN               0.90
MUD SPRING - 5902 FT                     7 PM SUN               0.89
FISH SPRINGS - 4282 FT                   8 PM SUN               0.81
DELTA - 4635 FT                          7 PM SUN               0.72
FILLMORE PORT #2 - 5691 FT               7 PM SUN               0.54
TULE VALLEY - 5135 FT                    1 PM SUN               0.40

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
ENTERPRISE - 5340 FT                     8 PM SUN               0.74
CEDAR CITY - 5895 FT                     7 PM SUN               0.62
CEDAR CITY AIRPORT - 5627 FT             8 PM SUN               0.52
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        7 PM SUN               0.51
NEW HARMONY - 5625 FT                    5 AM SUN               0.49
CEDAR CITY 6 NNW - 5462 FT              11 AM SAT               0.47
PAROWAN 10NW - 5820 FT                   2 PM SUN               0.43
JENSEN SPRING - 5744 FT                  1 PM SUN               0.32
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT      9 AM SUN               0.24
BRIMSTONE RESERVOIR - 5620 FT            9 AM SUN               0.23

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ZION NATIONAL PARK - 5741 FT             8 PM SUN               0.81
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    7 PM SUN               0.67
HURRICANE - 3275 FT                      8 AM SUN               0.55
WHITE REEF - 3440 FT                     2 PM SUN               0.37
ST GEORGE - 2770 FT                      5 AM SUN               0.33
SPRINGDALE - 3842 FT                     8 AM SAT               0.33
LA VERKIN - 3234 FT                      7 AM SAT               0.26
WASHINGTON - 2615 FT                     8 AM SUN               0.21
FT PIERCE WASH NR ST. GEORGE - 2810 FT   9 AM SUN               0.14
ST GEORGE 4 NNW - 2849 FT                8 AM SUN               0.13

...SOUTH CENTRAL UTAH...
APPLE VALLEY - 4757 FT                   8 AM SUN               0.46
KANAB - 4940 FT                          5 PM SUN               0.44
KODACHROME BASIN PARK - 5810 FT          5 PM SUN               0.38
TELEGRAPH FLAT - 5460 FT                 8 AM SUN               0.17

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
BLACK CEDAR - 6480 FT                    7 PM SUN               1.70
OAK CITY - 5081 FT                       5 AM SUN               1.30
SEELEY CREEK - 10000 FT                  3 PM SAT               1.20
10 ESE OAK CITY - 7268 FT                8 PM SUN               1.10
HORSE HOLLOW - 6010 FT                   7 PM SUN               0.95
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     7 PM SUN               0.80
GBRC HQ - 8541 FT                        3 PM SAT               0.80
FARNSWORTH LAKE - 9600 FT                3 PM SAT               0.70
GBRC MEADOWS - 9780 FT                   3 PM SAT               0.70
GRASSY LAKE NR EPHRAIM - 8880 FT         2 PM SUN               0.64
FLOWELL - 4735 FT                        8 PM SUN               0.61
THISTLE FLAT - 8858 FT                   3 PM SAT               0.60
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          1 PM SUN               0.47
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    1 PM SUN               0.46
MUDDY CREEK NR EMERY - 6440 FT           1 PM SUN               0.45
FILLMORE PORT #1 - 6229 FT               1 PM SUN               0.35
OAK CREEK - 7772 FT                      3 PM SAT               0.30
MT BALDY - 9494 FT                       3 PM SAT               0.30
SQUAW SPRINGS - 9105 FT                  3 PM SAT               0.30
BOX CREEK - 9800 FT                      3 PM SAT               0.30
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    9 AM SUN               0.29
FREMONT INDIAN SP - 5920 FT              5 AM SUN               0.25

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
BLOWHARD MOUNTAIN - 10694 FT            10 AM SUN     12.0
MIDWAY VALLEY - 9800 FT                  3 PM SAT               2.30
LAVA POINT RAWS - 7890 FT                7 PM SUN               1.80
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      7 PM SUN               1.29
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              7 PM SUN               1.23
BIG FLAT - 10290 FT                      3 PM SAT               1.20
LOA - 7096 FT                            7 PM SUN               1.02
JONES CORRAL - 9751 FT                   3 PM SAT               1.00
MERCHANT VALLEY - 8750 FT               12 PM SAT               1.00
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 7 PM SUN               0.94
KOLOB - 9250 FT                          3 PM SAT               0.90
POWERHOUSE NR VEYO - 4600 FT             8 PM SUN               0.85
CIRCLEVILLE - 6079 FT                    6 AM SUN               0.77
GREENVILLE BENCH PORTABLE - 6200 FT      7 PM SUN               0.74
CASTLE VALLEY - 9580 FT                  3 PM SAT               0.70
WIDTSOE #3 - 9500 FT                     3 PM SAT               0.70
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              8 PM SUN               0.67
ASSAY - 8100 FT                          7 PM SUN               0.62
CLAYTON SPRINGS - 10000 FT               3 PM SAT               0.60
GARDNER PEAK - 8323 FT                  12 PM SAT               0.60
WEBSTER FLAT - 9200 FT                  11 AM SAT               0.60
AGUA CANYON - 8890 FT                    7 PM SUN               0.59
TOM BEST SPRING - 7718 FT                7 PM SUN               0.58
BUCK FLAT - 8000 FT                      7 PM SUN               0.56
KIMBERLY MINE - 9300 FT                  3 PM SAT               0.50
BADGER SPRING - 3990 FT                  1 PM SUN               0.49
COAL CREEK NEAR CEDAR CITY 3E - 6017 FT  9 AM SUN               0.44
PANGUITCH - 6630 FT                      5 AM SUN               0.39
LONG FLAT - 8000 FT                     10 AM SAT               0.30
AGUA CANYON - 8900 FT                    4 AM SAT               0.30
BOULDER - 7171 FT                        7 AM SUN               0.29
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      9 AM SUN               0.27
BRYCE CANYON AIRPORT - 7585 FT           9 AM SUN               0.22
BRYCE CANYON - 7855 FT                   9 AM SUN               0.22

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         2 PM SUN               0.41
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    8 AM SUN               0.20

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
LOGAN - 4444 FT                          6 AM SUN     50 MPH
LOGAN - 4465 FT                          6 AM FRI     47 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
LAKE POINT I-80 - 4301 FT               10 PM THU     45 MPH
FLIGHT PARK SOUTH - 5202 FT             10 AM SUN     43 MPH
BACCUS HIGHWAY - 5172 FT                 3 PM FRI     43 MPH
I-15 AT 2400 S - 4219 FT                 2 PM FRI     43 MPH

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
PROVO MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 4498 FT        3 PM FRI     54 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
GUNNISON ISLAND - 4242 FT                2 PM FRI     61 MPH
UTTR THERMAL TREATMENT UNIT - 4915 FT    2 PM FRI     54 MPH
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              2 PM FRI     53 MPH
I-80 AT GRASSEY - 4650 FT                3 PM FRI     52 MPH
LOWER CEDAR MTN - 4495 FT                2 PM FRI     52 MPH
UPPER CEDAR MTN - 7052 FT                1 PM FRI     50 MPH
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT                5 PM FRI     48 MPH
EAGLE RANGE - 4239 FT                    2 PM FRI     48 MPH
HAT ISLAND - 4242 FT                     4 PM FRI     46 MPH
UTTR OASIS COMPOUND - 4437 FT            2 PM FRI     46 MPH
DIDDLE KNOLL - 4265 FT                   1 PM FRI     46 MPH
SALT FLATS - 4265 FT                    12 PM FRI     45 MPH
INTERSTATE 80 - 4125 FT                 12 PM FRI     45 MPH
I-80 AT MP 1 - 4270 FT                  10 AM SUN     44 MPH
CAMEL BACK MTN - 5077 FT                 2 PM FRI     44 MPH
PLAYA STATION - 4280 FT                  1 PM FRI     44 MPH
BADGER ISLAND - 4199 FT                  1 PM FRI     44 MPH
WENDOVER PORT OF ENTRY - 4227 FT         9 AM SUN     43 MPH
PROMONTORY POINT - 6926 FT               6 AM SUN     43 MPH
CALLAO GATE - 4250 FT                    3 PM SAT     42 MPH
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT               7 PM FRI     42 MPH
WEST OF WILDCAT MTN - 4259 FT            5 PM FRI     42 MPH
I-84 AT WHITES VALLEY - 5125 FT          4 PM FRI     42 MPH
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                1 PM FRI     42 MPH
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                   1 PM FRI     41 MPH
WEST SALT FLATS - 4237 FT                5 PM FRI     40 MPH
CLIFTON FLAT - 6384 FT                   4 PM FRI     40 MPH
I-80 AT MP 29 - 4125 FT                 12 PM FRI     39 MPH
SR-30 AT CURLEW - 4766 FT                4 PM FRI     35 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
SR-248 - 6900 FT                         3 PM FRI     43 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OGDEN PEAK - 9570 FT                     2 AM SAT     54 MPH
SR-65 AT BIG MOUNTAIN PASS - 7433 FT     1 PM FRI     49 MPH
SNOWBASIN - WILDCAT - 7703 FT           12 AM SAT     47 MPH
POWDER MOUNTAIN - 8897 FT                2 AM SAT     43 MPH
SHERWOOD HILLS - 5039 FT                 1 PM FRI     43 MPH
GARDEN CITY - 5959 FT                    4 PM FRI     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
SUNDANCE - ARROWHEAD - 8251 FT           4 PM FRI     53 MPH
CENTRAL WASATCH PEAKS - 11066 FT         9 PM FRI     51 MPH
S-TURNS - BIG COTTONWOOD - 6235 FT       9 PM FRI     45 MPH
DEER VLY  - MOUNT BALDY - 9347 FT        2 PM FRI     43 MPH
PROVO CANYON AT MP10 - 5119 FT           4 PM FRI     41 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
LOFTY LAKE PEAK - 11186 FT              10 PM FRI     51 MPH
WINDY PEAK - 10662 FT                    5 PM FRI     47 MPH
DRY RIDGE - 11565 FT                     8 AM SAT     46 MPH

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
SOLDIER SUMMIT - 7487 FT                 2 PM FRI     45 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
US-40 @ STARVATION - 5720 FT             1 PM FRI     44 MPH

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
HANKSVILLE - 4444 FT                     6 PM FRI     41 MPH

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
I-15 AT SEVIER RIVER NB - 4941 FT        6 PM FRI     50 MPH
SEVIER RESERVOIR - 5369 FT               6 PM FRI     37 MPH

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
DELTA MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 4755 FT        2 PM FRI     48 MPH
U.S. 6 AT EUREKA - 6584 FT               3 PM SAT     41 MPH
TULE VALLEY - 5135 FT                    4 PM FRI     41 MPH
FISH SPRINGS - 4282 FT                   3 PM SAT     40 MPH

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT      1 PM FRI     45 MPH
I-15 AT BLACK RIDGE - 5160 FT            9 AM SUN     41 MPH
CEDAR CITY MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5627 FT   2 PM SAT     40 MPH
ENTERPRISE - 5340 FT                     6 PM FRI     38 MPH

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ST GEORGE MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 2940 FT    5 PM FRI     41 MPH

...GLEN CANYON RECREATION AREA/LAKE POWELL...
BULLFROG MARINA - 3700 FT                5 PM SAT     48 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SR-72 AT HOGAN PASS - 8977 FT            8 AM SUN     50 MPH
BLACK CEDAR - 6480 FT                    3 PM FRI     49 MPH
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     6 AM SAT     48 MPH
DOG VALLEY - 6180 FT                     2 PM FRI     48 MPH
CLEAR CREEK SUMMIT I70 - 7103 FT         2 PM FRI     47 MPH
I-15 AT SCIPIO SUMMIT - 5960 FT          3 PM FRI     46 MPH
FREMONT JUNCTION - 6801 FT               2 PM SUN     45 MPH
I-70 AT FISH CREEK - 6540 FT             2 PM FRI     41 MPH

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SR-12 AT BOULDER SUMMIT - 9595 FT        2 PM SAT     57 MPH
BRIAN HEAD 2S - 10472 FT                10 AM SUN     43 MPH

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
I-80 EAST OF EVANSTON - 7579 FT          5 PM FRI     42 MPH
FRENCH - 7375 FT                         4 PM FRI     41 MPH
CHURCH BUTTE - 6743 FT                   1 PM FRI     40 MPH

$$



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NOUS45 KSLC 270231 AAA
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
830 PM MDT SUN APR 26 2015

BELOW ARE THE 3-DAY PRECIPITATION TOTALS AND PEAK WIND GUST REPORTS.

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
LOGAN - 4465 FT                          9 AM SUN               1.73
LOGAN RIVER ABV STATE DAM - 4805 FT      2 PM SUN               1.29
LBW SOUTHFORK - 5095 FT                  7 PM SUN               1.15
NORTH LOGAN - 4749 FT                    8 AM SUN               1.14
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     7 PM SUN               1.09
PROVIDENCE - 4528 FT                     7 AM SUN               1.08
LOGAN GOLF - 4808 FT                     2 PM SUN               1.07
LBW PARADISE - 4859 FT                   8 PM SUN               0.97
PROVIDENCE - EVANS FARM - 4535 FT        2 PM SUN               0.95
LBW EXPFARM - 4498 FT                    8 PM SUN               0.92
RICHMOND - 4576 FT                       6 AM SUN               0.89
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          2 PM SUN               0.88
LOGAN - 4806 FT                          7 PM SUN               0.87
BENSON - 4428 FT                         8 AM SAT               0.83
LOGAN DRAINAGE FARM - 4435 FT            9 AM SUN               0.74
HYDE PARK - 4515 FT                      9 AM SAT               0.74
LEWISTON - 4514 FT                       2 PM SUN               0.73

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BOUNTIFUL - 5085 FT                      8 AM SUN      0.3      2.39
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                      7 PM SUN               2.40
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                8 PM SUN               2.20
CENTERVILLE - 4445 FT                    3 PM SUN               2.10
WEST POINT - 4350 FT                     7 PM SUN               2.05
WEST BOUNTIFUL - 4231 FT                 9 AM SUN               1.95
CLEARFIELD - 4260 FT                     5 PM SUN               1.94
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4802 FT                  7 AM SUN               1.79
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                7 PM SUN               1.76
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    8 PM SUN               1.73
CENTERVILLE - 4216 FT                    7 PM SUN               1.69
CLINTON - 4337 FT                        7 PM SUN               1.63
FARMINGTON - 4239 FT                     8 AM SUN               1.62
BRIGHAM CITY - 4400 FT                   7 PM SUN               1.61
PERRY - 4491 FT                          6 AM SUN               1.54
LAYTON - 4770 FT                         7 PM SUN               1.48
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    5 PM SUN               1.40
NORTHEAST OGDEN BENCH - 4560 FT          9 AM SUN               1.40
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    9 AM SUN               1.40
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                      7 PM SUN               1.39
SOUTH OGDEN - 4777 FT                    7 PM SUN               1.33
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            8 PM SUN               1.32
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                   7 PM SUN               1.31
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                       7 PM SUN               1.30
WEST HAVEN - 4239 FT                     8 AM SUN               1.23
EAGLE LAKE - 4377 FT                     8 PM SUN               1.22
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                    7 PM SUN               1.21
ROY - 4373 FT                            7 PM SUN               1.20
NORTH OGDEN - 4392 FT                    7 AM SUN               1.15
WEST WEBER - 4248 FT                     7 AM SUN               1.10
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       8 PM SUN               1.07
GARLAND 1 SE - 4328 FT                   6 AM SUN               0.97
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                       1 PM SUN               0.94
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT               7 PM SUN               0.85
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                 1 PM SUN               0.80
NORTH OGDEN                              9 AM SAT               0.72
CORINNE - 4238 FT                        8 PM SUN               0.69
TREMONTON - 4331 FT                      2 PM SUN               0.66
THATCHER - 4414 FT                       7 AM SAT               0.44

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
1 SE TOOELE                              8 AM SUN      2.0
TOOELE - 5070 FT                         5 PM SUN      1.0      1.74
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS - 5230 FT             9 AM SUN      0.8      1.17
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS - 5138 FT             7 AM SUN      0.6      1.55
SANDY - 4852 FT                          7 AM SUN      0.5      1.17
UPPER MILLCREEK - 5050 FT                3 PM SUN      0.2      1.69
STANSBURY PARK - 4300 FT                11 AM SUN               1.95
MAGNA - 4375 FT                          7 AM SUN               1.64
SALT LAKE CITY - 5102 FT                 7 PM SUN               1.59
DRAPER - 4418 FT                         7 PM SUN               1.54
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            8 PM SUN               1.51
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4317 FT               8 AM SUN               1.51
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                   8 PM SUN               1.50
STOCKTON - 5087 FT                       7 AM SUN               1.45
HOLLADAY - 4540 FT                       7 AM SUN               1.41
MAGNA - 4400 FT                          7 PM SUN               1.40
WEST JORDAN - MSI - 4519 FT              8 PM SUN               1.36
ROCKY - 5970 FT                          1 PM SUN               1.34
KEARNS - 4613 FT                         7 PM SUN               1.32
GRANTSVILLE 2 W - 4480 FT                5 AM SUN               1.29
TAYLORSVILLE-BENNION - 4594 FT           7 AM SUN               1.25
SOUTH SALT LAKE - 4340 FT                7 AM SUN               1.20
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT         8 PM SUN               1.19
NORTH HOLLADAY - 4600 FT                 7 PM SUN               1.18
TAYLORSVILLE - 4514 FT                   7 PM SUN               1.15
SANDY - 4714 FT                          8 AM SUN               1.11
RIVERTON - 4534 FT                      10 AM SUN               1.08
HERRIMAN                                 7 PM SUN               1.04
MURRAY - 4290 FT                         8 PM SUN               1.03
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         7 PM SUN               0.96
SOUTH JORDAN - 4551 FT                   7 PM SUN               0.95
HERRIMAN - 5062 FT                       2 PM SUN               0.95
DRAPER 2 WNW - 4427 FT                   7 AM SUN               0.90
DRAPER - 5052 FT                         7 PM SUN               0.83
VERNON - 5639 FT                         7 PM SUN               0.83

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SPANISH FORK POWER HOUSE - 4720 FT       5 PM SUN               1.31
SPRINGVILLE                              8 AM SUN               1.29
SPANISH FORK - 4738 FT                   7 PM SUN               1.22
PLEASANT GROVE - 5200 FT                 7 PM SUN               1.08
LEHI - 4800 FT                           9 AM SUN               1.06
ALPINE - 5070 FT                         5 PM SUN               1.05
PROVO BYU - 4570 FT                      5 PM SUN               1.04
LEVAN - 5290 FT                          5 PM SUN               1.03
TICKVILLE - 5191 FT                      7 PM SUN               0.93
OREM - 4728 FT                           7 PM SUN               0.82
PROVO - 4641 FT                          7 PM SUN               0.78
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4787 FT               7 PM SUN               0.78
NEPHI - 5002 FT                          8 PM SUN               0.72
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT          8 PM SUN               0.70
UTAH LAKE LEHI - 4497 FT                 5 PM SUN               0.63
SARATOGA SPRINGS 1W - 7544 FT            8 PM SUN               0.55
PROVO MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 4498 FT        8 PM SUN               0.52
AMERICAN FORK - 4623 FT                  7 AM SUN               0.52

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
WEST GRANITE - 4403 FT                   7 PM SUN               1.35
VERNON CREEK NEAR VERNON 8SE - 6226 FT   7 PM SUN               1.20
ARAGONITE - 5030 FT                      7 PM SUN               1.11
CEDAR MOUNTAIN - 4650 FT                 7 PM SUN               1.06
ENGLISH VILLAGE - 4788 FT                8 PM SUN               1.03
TARGET S - 4349 FT                       8 PM SUN               0.91
CALLAO GATE - 4250 FT                    8 PM SUN               0.89
TARGET R - 4311 FT                       8 PM SUN               0.89
WHITE SAGE - 4363 FT                     8 PM SUN               0.79
SALT FLATS - 4265 FT                     8 PM SUN               0.78
CAMEL BACK MTN - 5077 FT                 7 PM SUN               0.77
BAKER LAB - 4294 FT                      8 PM SUN               0.75
DITTO - 4345 FT                          8 PM SUN               0.72
LOWER CEDAR MTN - 4495 FT                8 PM SUN               0.72
NW DECON PAD - 4380 FT                   7 PM SUN               0.72
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                   8 PM SUN               0.71
MINING FORK - 8000 FT                    3 PM SAT               0.70
ROMEO & CENTERLINE - 4308 FT             8 PM SUN               0.67
TOWER GRID - 4346 FT                     7 PM SUN               0.66
UTAH TEST RANGE - 4440 FT                5 PM SUN               0.65
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT               2 PM SUN               0.64
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT                8 PM SUN               0.60
PLAYA STATION - 4280 FT                  8 PM SUN               0.57
BLUE CREEK - 5170 FT                     8 PM SUN               0.57
CLIFTON FLAT - 6384 FT                   7 PM SUN               0.56
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                8 PM SUN               0.52
SNOWVILLE (SOUTH) - 4812 FT              2 PM SUN               0.47
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              2 PM SUN               0.39
ROCKY BASIN-SETTLEME - 8900 FT           3 PM SAT               0.30

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        7 PM SUN               2.01
SWANSONS ENV CENTER - 5700 FT            8 PM SUN               1.31
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                     7 PM SUN               1.09
EDEN - 4947 FT                           7 AM SUN               1.09
MORGAN - 5092 FT                         5 AM SUN               0.90
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT        7 PM SUN               0.81
DEER CREEK DAM - 5270 FT                 5 AM SUN               0.75
PARK CITY GOLF COURSE - 6855 FT          9 AM SUN               0.70
WANSHIP DAM - 5940 FT                    5 PM SUN               0.60
COALVILLE - 5673 FT                      2 PM SUN               0.47
HEBER CITY - 5768 FT                     9 AM SUN               0.43
EDEN - 5337 FT                           5 PM SUN               0.37
PARK CITY - 6516 FT                      7 AM SAT               0.31

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
SUMMIT PARK - 7000 FT                    9 AM SUN      4.5      1.11
RANDOLPH - 6270 FT                       5 AM SUN      0.3      0.71
LOST CREEK NR CROYDEN - 5840 FT          1 PM SUN               1.38
EMIGRATION CANYON - 6024 FT              7 PM SUN               1.34
BLACKSMITH FORK - 5020 FT                1 PM SUN               0.99
LAKETOWN - 5959 FT                       8 PM SUN               0.83
LAKETOWN UDOT - 5991 FT                  7 PM SUN               0.81
HARDWARE RANCH - 5564 FT                 8 PM SUN               0.65
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    7 PM SUN               0.64
GARDEN CITY - 7615 FT                    7 PM SUN               0.62
BEN LOMOND PEAK - 8000 FT               12 PM SAT               0.60
LIGHTNING RIDGE - 8215 FT               11 AM SAT               0.60
GARDEN CITY - 5959 FT                    7 PM SUN               0.53
RANDOLPH - 6264 FT                       9 AM SUN               0.48

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
ALTA - COLLINS - 9662 FT                 4 PM SUN     14.0      1.59
ALTA UDOT - 8799 FT                      4 PM SUN      8.0      1.06
ALTA - 8730 FT                           5 PM SUN      6.0      0.77
SILVER LAKE BRIGHTON - 8740 FT           5 AM SUN      5.0      0.60
SNOWBIRD - 8100 FT                       6 AM SUN      4.0      0.42
BIG COTTONWOOD SPRUCES - 7402 FT         5 PM SUN      3.0      0.89
PROVO CANYON - 6100 FT                   4 PM SAT      2.0      0.98
SUNDANCE - 7503 FT                       8 PM SUN               1.58
ALTA - BASE - 8560 FT                    7 PM SUN               1.02
SPRUCES - 7402 FT                        1 PM SUN               0.94
DEER VALLEY - ONTARIO - 9100 FT          7 PM SUN               0.91
FOUNTAIN GREEN 4ENE - 7166 FT            8 PM SUN               0.68
SNOWBIRD - 9640 FT                       9 PM FRI               0.50
TIMPANOGOS CAVE - 7999 FT                2 PM SUN               0.45

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
HEBER CITY 10 ESE - 8305 FT              9 AM SUN      4.0      0.94
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 2 PM SUN               0.77
MOON LAKE - 8150 FT                      8 PM SUN               0.65
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         8 PM SUN               0.59
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         8 PM SUN               0.59
WEBER RIVER NR OAKLEY 7NNE - 6653 FT     7 PM SUN               0.57
YELLOWSTONE DRAINAGE - 7800 FT           7 PM SUN               0.56
YELLOWSTONE RIVER NR ALTONAH - 7506 FT   2 PM SUN               0.55
STEEL CREEK PARK - 10100 FT              3 PM SAT               0.50
REDDEN MINE LWR - 8500 FT                3 AM SAT               0.50
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      2 PM SUN               0.45
CHEPETA - 10300 FT                       2 AM SAT               0.40
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        1 PM SUN               0.32
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           1 PM SUN               0.31
HOLE-IN-ROCK - 9150 FT                   3 PM SAT               0.30

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
BRUIN POINT - 10200 FT                   7 PM SUN               0.90
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                    7 PM SUN               0.77
BAER #10 RED BULL - 8360 FT              7 PM SUN               0.56
MANTI - PORTABLE #1 - 6085 FT            1 PM SUN               0.47
MANTI - PORTABLE #4 - 8421 FT            1 PM SUN               0.44
HORSE RIDGE - 8480 FT                    1 PM SUN               0.44
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      1 PM SUN               0.41
HUNTINGTON HORSE - 9657 FT               3 PM SAT               0.30
STRAWBERRY DIVIDE - 8400 FT              3 PM SAT               0.30

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      1 PM SUN               0.75
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      1 PM SUN               0.46
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT            1 PM SUN               0.46
ALTAMONT - 6370 FT                       5 AM SUN               0.34
DUCHESNE - 5520 FT                       5 PM SUN               0.22
ROOSEVELT - 5167 FT                      8 AM SUN               0.17

...CASTLE COUNTRY...
CARBON COUNTY AIRPORT - 5922 FT          2 PM SUN               0.38
FERRON - 5930 FT                         5 AM SUN               0.36
WELLINGTON 3 E - 5400 FT                 5 PM SUN               0.22

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
GREEN RIVER - 4073 FT                    7 PM SUN               0.66
SAN RAFAEL NR GREEN RIVER - 4200 FT      7 PM SUN               0.60
HANS FLAT RS - 6600 FT                   5 AM SUN               0.51
FLATTOP MOUNTAIN - 6120 FT               1 PM SUN               0.48
GOBLIN VALLEY SP - 4990 FT               5 AM SUN               0.15
CAPITOL REEF NATIONAL PARK - 5500 FT     5 AM SUN               0.09

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
SPRING CITY - 5835 FT                    7 PM SUN               0.75
SEVIER RESERVOIR - 5369 FT               7 PM SUN               0.60
MONROE - 5364 FT                         9 AM SUN               0.28
VENICE - 5244 FT                         9 AM SUN               0.20

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
OAK CITY - 5135 FT                       7 AM SUN               1.39
SIXMILE RIDGE - 5075 FT                  7 AM SUN               1.31
FILLMORE - 5120 FT                       5 PM SUN               1.23
DELTA MUNI AIRPORT - 4750 FT             7 PM SUN               0.92
LITTLE SAHARA DUNES - 5240 FT            5 AM SUN               0.90
MUD SPRING - 5902 FT                     7 PM SUN               0.89
FISH SPRINGS - 4282 FT                   8 PM SUN               0.81
DELTA - 4635 FT                          7 PM SUN               0.72
FILLMORE PORT #2 - 5691 FT               7 PM SUN               0.54
TULE VALLEY - 5135 FT                    1 PM SUN               0.40

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
ENTERPRISE - 5340 FT                     8 PM SUN               0.74
CEDAR CITY - 5895 FT                     7 PM SUN               0.62
CEDAR CITY AIRPORT - 5627 FT             8 PM SUN               0.52
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        7 PM SUN               0.51
NEW HARMONY - 5625 FT                    5 AM SUN               0.49
CEDAR CITY 6 NNW - 5462 FT              11 AM SAT               0.47
PAROWAN 10NW - 5820 FT                   2 PM SUN               0.43
JENSEN SPRING - 5744 FT                  1 PM SUN               0.32
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT      9 AM SUN               0.24
BRIMSTONE RESERVOIR - 5620 FT            9 AM SUN               0.23

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ZION NATIONAL PARK - 5741 FT             8 PM SUN               0.81
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    7 PM SUN               0.67
HURRICANE - 3275 FT                      8 AM SUN               0.55
WHITE REEF - 3440 FT                     2 PM SUN               0.37
ST GEORGE - 2770 FT                      5 AM SUN               0.33
SPRINGDALE - 3842 FT                     8 AM SAT               0.33
LA VERKIN - 3234 FT                      7 AM SAT               0.26
WASHINGTON - 2615 FT                     8 AM SUN               0.21
FT PIERCE WASH NR ST. GEORGE - 2810 FT   9 AM SUN               0.14
ST GEORGE 4 NNW - 2849 FT                8 AM SUN               0.13

...SOUTH CENTRAL UTAH...
APPLE VALLEY - 4757 FT                   8 AM SUN               0.46
KANAB - 4940 FT                          5 PM SUN               0.44
KODACHROME BASIN PARK - 5810 FT          5 PM SUN               0.38
TELEGRAPH FLAT - 5460 FT                 8 AM SUN               0.17

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
BLACK CEDAR - 6480 FT                    7 PM SUN               1.70
OAK CITY - 5081 FT                       5 AM SUN               1.30
SEELEY CREEK - 10000 FT                  3 PM SAT               1.20
10 ESE OAK CITY - 7268 FT                8 PM SUN               1.10
HORSE HOLLOW - 6010 FT                   7 PM SUN               0.95
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     7 PM SUN               0.80
GBRC HQ - 8541 FT                        3 PM SAT               0.80
FARNSWORTH LAKE - 9600 FT                3 PM SAT               0.70
GBRC MEADOWS - 9780 FT                   3 PM SAT               0.70
GRASSY LAKE NR EPHRAIM - 8880 FT         2 PM SUN               0.64
FLOWELL - 4735 FT                        8 PM SUN               0.61
THISTLE FLAT - 8858 FT                   3 PM SAT               0.60
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          1 PM SUN               0.47
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    1 PM SUN               0.46
MUDDY CREEK NR EMERY - 6440 FT           1 PM SUN               0.45
FILLMORE PORT #1 - 6229 FT               1 PM SUN               0.35
OAK CREEK - 7772 FT                      3 PM SAT               0.30
MT BALDY - 9494 FT                       3 PM SAT               0.30
SQUAW SPRINGS - 9105 FT                  3 PM SAT               0.30
BOX CREEK - 9800 FT                      3 PM SAT               0.30
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    9 AM SUN               0.29
FREMONT INDIAN SP - 5920 FT              5 AM SUN               0.25

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
BLOWHARD MOUNTAIN - 10694 FT            10 AM SUN     12.0
MIDWAY VALLEY - 9800 FT                  3 PM SAT               2.30
LAVA POINT RAWS - 7890 FT                7 PM SUN               1.80
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      7 PM SUN               1.29
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              7 PM SUN               1.23
BIG FLAT - 10290 FT                      3 PM SAT               1.20
LOA - 7096 FT                            7 PM SUN               1.02
JONES CORRAL - 9751 FT                   3 PM SAT               1.00
MERCHANT VALLEY - 8750 FT               12 PM SAT               1.00
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 7 PM SUN               0.94
KOLOB - 9250 FT                          3 PM SAT               0.90
POWERHOUSE NR VEYO - 4600 FT             8 PM SUN               0.85
CIRCLEVILLE - 6079 FT                    6 AM SUN               0.77
GREENVILLE BENCH PORTABLE - 6200 FT      7 PM SUN               0.74
CASTLE VALLEY - 9580 FT                  3 PM SAT               0.70
WIDTSOE #3 - 9500 FT                     3 PM SAT               0.70
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              8 PM SUN               0.67
ASSAY - 8100 FT                          7 PM SUN               0.62
CLAYTON SPRINGS - 10000 FT               3 PM SAT               0.60
GARDNER PEAK - 8323 FT                  12 PM SAT               0.60
WEBSTER FLAT - 9200 FT                  11 AM SAT               0.60
AGUA CANYON - 8890 FT                    7 PM SUN               0.59
TOM BEST SPRING - 7718 FT                7 PM SUN               0.58
BUCK FLAT - 8000 FT                      7 PM SUN               0.56
KIMBERLY MINE - 9300 FT                  3 PM SAT               0.50
BADGER SPRING - 3990 FT                  1 PM SUN               0.49
COAL CREEK NEAR CEDAR CITY 3E - 6017 FT  9 AM SUN               0.44
PANGUITCH - 6630 FT                      5 AM SUN               0.39
LONG FLAT - 8000 FT                     10 AM SAT               0.30
AGUA CANYON - 8900 FT                    4 AM SAT               0.30
BOULDER - 7171 FT                        7 AM SUN               0.29
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      9 AM SUN               0.27
BRYCE CANYON AIRPORT - 7585 FT           9 AM SUN               0.22
BRYCE CANYON - 7855 FT                   9 AM SUN               0.22

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         2 PM SUN               0.41
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    8 AM SUN               0.20

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
LOGAN - 4444 FT                          6 AM SUN     50 MPH
LOGAN - 4465 FT                          6 AM FRI     47 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
LAKE POINT I-80 - 4301 FT               10 PM THU     45 MPH
FLIGHT PARK SOUTH - 5202 FT             10 AM SUN     43 MPH
BACCUS HIGHWAY - 5172 FT                 3 PM FRI     43 MPH
I-15 AT 2400 S - 4219 FT                 2 PM FRI     43 MPH

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
PROVO MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 4498 FT        3 PM FRI     54 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
GUNNISON ISLAND - 4242 FT                2 PM FRI     61 MPH
UTTR THERMAL TREATMENT UNIT - 4915 FT    2 PM FRI     54 MPH
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              2 PM FRI     53 MPH
I-80 AT GRASSEY - 4650 FT                3 PM FRI     52 MPH
LOWER CEDAR MTN - 4495 FT                2 PM FRI     52 MPH
UPPER CEDAR MTN - 7052 FT                1 PM FRI     50 MPH
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT                5 PM FRI     48 MPH
EAGLE RANGE - 4239 FT                    2 PM FRI     48 MPH
HAT ISLAND - 4242 FT                     4 PM FRI     46 MPH
UTTR OASIS COMPOUND - 4437 FT            2 PM FRI     46 MPH
DIDDLE KNOLL - 4265 FT                   1 PM FRI     46 MPH
SALT FLATS - 4265 FT                    12 PM FRI     45 MPH
INTERSTATE 80 - 4125 FT                 12 PM FRI     45 MPH
I-80 AT MP 1 - 4270 FT                  10 AM SUN     44 MPH
CAMEL BACK MTN - 5077 FT                 2 PM FRI     44 MPH
PLAYA STATION - 4280 FT                  1 PM FRI     44 MPH
BADGER ISLAND - 4199 FT                  1 PM FRI     44 MPH
WENDOVER PORT OF ENTRY - 4227 FT         9 AM SUN     43 MPH
PROMONTORY POINT - 6926 FT               6 AM SUN     43 MPH
CALLAO GATE - 4250 FT                    3 PM SAT     42 MPH
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT               7 PM FRI     42 MPH
WEST OF WILDCAT MTN - 4259 FT            5 PM FRI     42 MPH
I-84 AT WHITES VALLEY - 5125 FT          4 PM FRI     42 MPH
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                1 PM FRI     42 MPH
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                   1 PM FRI     41 MPH
WEST SALT FLATS - 4237 FT                5 PM FRI     40 MPH
CLIFTON FLAT - 6384 FT                   4 PM FRI     40 MPH
I-80 AT MP 29 - 4125 FT                 12 PM FRI     39 MPH
SR-30 AT CURLEW - 4766 FT                4 PM FRI     35 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
SR-248 - 6900 FT                         3 PM FRI     43 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OGDEN PEAK - 9570 FT                     2 AM SAT     54 MPH
SR-65 AT BIG MOUNTAIN PASS - 7433 FT     1 PM FRI     49 MPH
SNOWBASIN - WILDCAT - 7703 FT           12 AM SAT     47 MPH
POWDER MOUNTAIN - 8897 FT                2 AM SAT     43 MPH
SHERWOOD HILLS - 5039 FT                 1 PM FRI     43 MPH
GARDEN CITY - 5959 FT                    4 PM FRI     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
SUNDANCE - ARROWHEAD - 8251 FT           4 PM FRI     53 MPH
CENTRAL WASATCH PEAKS - 11066 FT         9 PM FRI     51 MPH
S-TURNS - BIG COTTONWOOD - 6235 FT       9 PM FRI     45 MPH
DEER VLY  - MOUNT BALDY - 9347 FT        2 PM FRI     43 MPH
PROVO CANYON AT MP10 - 5119 FT           4 PM FRI     41 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
LOFTY LAKE PEAK - 11186 FT              10 PM FRI     51 MPH
WINDY PEAK - 10662 FT                    5 PM FRI     47 MPH
DRY RIDGE - 11565 FT                     8 AM SAT     46 MPH

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
SOLDIER SUMMIT - 7487 FT                 2 PM FRI     45 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
US-40 @ STARVATION - 5720 FT             1 PM FRI     44 MPH

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
HANKSVILLE - 4444 FT                     6 PM FRI     41 MPH

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
I-15 AT SEVIER RIVER NB - 4941 FT        6 PM FRI     50 MPH
SEVIER RESERVOIR - 5369 FT               6 PM FRI     37 MPH

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
DELTA MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 4755 FT        2 PM FRI     48 MPH
U.S. 6 AT EUREKA - 6584 FT               3 PM SAT     41 MPH
TULE VALLEY - 5135 FT                    4 PM FRI     41 MPH
FISH SPRINGS - 4282 FT                   3 PM SAT     40 MPH

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT      1 PM FRI     45 MPH
I-15 AT BLACK RIDGE - 5160 FT            9 AM SUN     41 MPH
CEDAR CITY MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5627 FT   2 PM SAT     40 MPH
ENTERPRISE - 5340 FT                     6 PM FRI     38 MPH

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ST GEORGE MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 2940 FT    5 PM FRI     41 MPH

...GLEN CANYON RECREATION AREA/LAKE POWELL...
BULLFROG MARINA - 3700 FT                5 PM SAT     48 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SR-72 AT HOGAN PASS - 8977 FT            8 AM SUN     50 MPH
BLACK CEDAR - 6480 FT                    3 PM FRI     49 MPH
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     6 AM SAT     48 MPH
DOG VALLEY - 6180 FT                     2 PM FRI     48 MPH
CLEAR CREEK SUMMIT I70 - 7103 FT         2 PM FRI     47 MPH
I-15 AT SCIPIO SUMMIT - 5960 FT          3 PM FRI     46 MPH
FREMONT JUNCTION - 6801 FT               2 PM SUN     45 MPH
I-70 AT FISH CREEK - 6540 FT             2 PM FRI     41 MPH

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SR-12 AT BOULDER SUMMIT - 9595 FT        2 PM SAT     57 MPH
BRIAN HEAD 2S - 10472 FT                10 AM SUN     43 MPH

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
I-80 EAST OF EVANSTON - 7579 FT          5 PM FRI     42 MPH
FRENCH - 7375 FT                         4 PM FRI     41 MPH
CHURCH BUTTE - 6743 FT                   1 PM FRI     40 MPH

$$



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NOUS45 KSLC 270231 AAA
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
830 PM MDT SUN APR 26 2015

BELOW ARE THE 3-DAY PRECIPITATION TOTALS AND PEAK WIND GUST REPORTS.

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
LOGAN - 4465 FT                          9 AM SUN               1.73
LOGAN RIVER ABV STATE DAM - 4805 FT      2 PM SUN               1.29
LBW SOUTHFORK - 5095 FT                  7 PM SUN               1.15
NORTH LOGAN - 4749 FT                    8 AM SUN               1.14
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     7 PM SUN               1.09
PROVIDENCE - 4528 FT                     7 AM SUN               1.08
LOGAN GOLF - 4808 FT                     2 PM SUN               1.07
LBW PARADISE - 4859 FT                   8 PM SUN               0.97
PROVIDENCE - EVANS FARM - 4535 FT        2 PM SUN               0.95
LBW EXPFARM - 4498 FT                    8 PM SUN               0.92
RICHMOND - 4576 FT                       6 AM SUN               0.89
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          2 PM SUN               0.88
LOGAN - 4806 FT                          7 PM SUN               0.87
BENSON - 4428 FT                         8 AM SAT               0.83
LOGAN DRAINAGE FARM - 4435 FT            9 AM SUN               0.74
HYDE PARK - 4515 FT                      9 AM SAT               0.74
LEWISTON - 4514 FT                       2 PM SUN               0.73

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BOUNTIFUL - 5085 FT                      8 AM SUN      0.3      2.39
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                      7 PM SUN               2.40
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                8 PM SUN               2.20
CENTERVILLE - 4445 FT                    3 PM SUN               2.10
WEST POINT - 4350 FT                     7 PM SUN               2.05
WEST BOUNTIFUL - 4231 FT                 9 AM SUN               1.95
CLEARFIELD - 4260 FT                     5 PM SUN               1.94
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4802 FT                  7 AM SUN               1.79
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                7 PM SUN               1.76
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    8 PM SUN               1.73
CENTERVILLE - 4216 FT                    7 PM SUN               1.69
CLINTON - 4337 FT                        7 PM SUN               1.63
FARMINGTON - 4239 FT                     8 AM SUN               1.62
BRIGHAM CITY - 4400 FT                   7 PM SUN               1.61
PERRY - 4491 FT                          6 AM SUN               1.54
LAYTON - 4770 FT                         7 PM SUN               1.48
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    5 PM SUN               1.40
NORTHEAST OGDEN BENCH - 4560 FT          9 AM SUN               1.40
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    9 AM SUN               1.40
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                      7 PM SUN               1.39
SOUTH OGDEN - 4777 FT                    7 PM SUN               1.33
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            8 PM SUN               1.32
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                   7 PM SUN               1.31
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                       7 PM SUN               1.30
WEST HAVEN - 4239 FT                     8 AM SUN               1.23
EAGLE LAKE - 4377 FT                     8 PM SUN               1.22
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                    7 PM SUN               1.21
ROY - 4373 FT                            7 PM SUN               1.20
NORTH OGDEN - 4392 FT                    7 AM SUN               1.15
WEST WEBER - 4248 FT                     7 AM SUN               1.10
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       8 PM SUN               1.07
GARLAND 1 SE - 4328 FT                   6 AM SUN               0.97
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                       1 PM SUN               0.94
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT               7 PM SUN               0.85
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                 1 PM SUN               0.80
NORTH OGDEN                              9 AM SAT               0.72
CORINNE - 4238 FT                        8 PM SUN               0.69
TREMONTON - 4331 FT                      2 PM SUN               0.66
THATCHER - 4414 FT                       7 AM SAT               0.44

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
1 SE TOOELE                              8 AM SUN      2.0
TOOELE - 5070 FT                         5 PM SUN      1.0      1.74
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS - 5230 FT             9 AM SUN      0.8      1.17
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS - 5138 FT             7 AM SUN      0.6      1.55
SANDY - 4852 FT                          7 AM SUN      0.5      1.17
UPPER MILLCREEK - 5050 FT                3 PM SUN      0.2      1.69
STANSBURY PARK - 4300 FT                11 AM SUN               1.95
MAGNA - 4375 FT                          7 AM SUN               1.64
SALT LAKE CITY - 5102 FT                 7 PM SUN               1.59
DRAPER - 4418 FT                         7 PM SUN               1.54
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            8 PM SUN               1.51
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4317 FT               8 AM SUN               1.51
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                   8 PM SUN               1.50
STOCKTON - 5087 FT                       7 AM SUN               1.45
HOLLADAY - 4540 FT                       7 AM SUN               1.41
MAGNA - 4400 FT                          7 PM SUN               1.40
WEST JORDAN - MSI - 4519 FT              8 PM SUN               1.36
ROCKY - 5970 FT                          1 PM SUN               1.34
KEARNS - 4613 FT                         7 PM SUN               1.32
GRANTSVILLE 2 W - 4480 FT                5 AM SUN               1.29
TAYLORSVILLE-BENNION - 4594 FT           7 AM SUN               1.25
SOUTH SALT LAKE - 4340 FT                7 AM SUN               1.20
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT         8 PM SUN               1.19
NORTH HOLLADAY - 4600 FT                 7 PM SUN               1.18
TAYLORSVILLE - 4514 FT                   7 PM SUN               1.15
SANDY - 4714 FT                          8 AM SUN               1.11
RIVERTON - 4534 FT                      10 AM SUN               1.08
HERRIMAN                                 7 PM SUN               1.04
MURRAY - 4290 FT                         8 PM SUN               1.03
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         7 PM SUN               0.96
SOUTH JORDAN - 4551 FT                   7 PM SUN               0.95
HERRIMAN - 5062 FT                       2 PM SUN               0.95
DRAPER 2 WNW - 4427 FT                   7 AM SUN               0.90
DRAPER - 5052 FT                         7 PM SUN               0.83
VERNON - 5639 FT                         7 PM SUN               0.83

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SPANISH FORK POWER HOUSE - 4720 FT       5 PM SUN               1.31
SPRINGVILLE                              8 AM SUN               1.29
SPANISH FORK - 4738 FT                   7 PM SUN               1.22
PLEASANT GROVE - 5200 FT                 7 PM SUN               1.08
LEHI - 4800 FT                           9 AM SUN               1.06
ALPINE - 5070 FT                         5 PM SUN               1.05
PROVO BYU - 4570 FT                      5 PM SUN               1.04
LEVAN - 5290 FT                          5 PM SUN               1.03
TICKVILLE - 5191 FT                      7 PM SUN               0.93
OREM - 4728 FT                           7 PM SUN               0.82
PROVO - 4641 FT                          7 PM SUN               0.78
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4787 FT               7 PM SUN               0.78
NEPHI - 5002 FT                          8 PM SUN               0.72
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT          8 PM SUN               0.70
UTAH LAKE LEHI - 4497 FT                 5 PM SUN               0.63
SARATOGA SPRINGS 1W - 7544 FT            8 PM SUN               0.55
PROVO MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 4498 FT        8 PM SUN               0.52
AMERICAN FORK - 4623 FT                  7 AM SUN               0.52

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
WEST GRANITE - 4403 FT                   7 PM SUN               1.35
VERNON CREEK NEAR VERNON 8SE - 6226 FT   7 PM SUN               1.20
ARAGONITE - 5030 FT                      7 PM SUN               1.11
CEDAR MOUNTAIN - 4650 FT                 7 PM SUN               1.06
ENGLISH VILLAGE - 4788 FT                8 PM SUN               1.03
TARGET S - 4349 FT                       8 PM SUN               0.91
CALLAO GATE - 4250 FT                    8 PM SUN               0.89
TARGET R - 4311 FT                       8 PM SUN               0.89
WHITE SAGE - 4363 FT                     8 PM SUN               0.79
SALT FLATS - 4265 FT                     8 PM SUN               0.78
CAMEL BACK MTN - 5077 FT                 7 PM SUN               0.77
BAKER LAB - 4294 FT                      8 PM SUN               0.75
DITTO - 4345 FT                          8 PM SUN               0.72
LOWER CEDAR MTN - 4495 FT                8 PM SUN               0.72
NW DECON PAD - 4380 FT                   7 PM SUN               0.72
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                   8 PM SUN               0.71
MINING FORK - 8000 FT                    3 PM SAT               0.70
ROMEO & CENTERLINE - 4308 FT             8 PM SUN               0.67
TOWER GRID - 4346 FT                     7 PM SUN               0.66
UTAH TEST RANGE - 4440 FT                5 PM SUN               0.65
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT               2 PM SUN               0.64
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT                8 PM SUN               0.60
PLAYA STATION - 4280 FT                  8 PM SUN               0.57
BLUE CREEK - 5170 FT                     8 PM SUN               0.57
CLIFTON FLAT - 6384 FT                   7 PM SUN               0.56
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                8 PM SUN               0.52
SNOWVILLE (SOUTH) - 4812 FT              2 PM SUN               0.47
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              2 PM SUN               0.39
ROCKY BASIN-SETTLEME - 8900 FT           3 PM SAT               0.30

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        7 PM SUN               2.01
SWANSONS ENV CENTER - 5700 FT            8 PM SUN               1.31
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                     7 PM SUN               1.09
EDEN - 4947 FT                           7 AM SUN               1.09
MORGAN - 5092 FT                         5 AM SUN               0.90
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT        7 PM SUN               0.81
DEER CREEK DAM - 5270 FT                 5 AM SUN               0.75
PARK CITY GOLF COURSE - 6855 FT          9 AM SUN               0.70
WANSHIP DAM - 5940 FT                    5 PM SUN               0.60
COALVILLE - 5673 FT                      2 PM SUN               0.47
HEBER CITY - 5768 FT                     9 AM SUN               0.43
EDEN - 5337 FT                           5 PM SUN               0.37
PARK CITY - 6516 FT                      7 AM SAT               0.31

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
SUMMIT PARK - 7000 FT                    9 AM SUN      4.5      1.11
RANDOLPH - 6270 FT                       5 AM SUN      0.3      0.71
LOST CREEK NR CROYDEN - 5840 FT          1 PM SUN               1.38
EMIGRATION CANYON - 6024 FT              7 PM SUN               1.34
BLACKSMITH FORK - 5020 FT                1 PM SUN               0.99
LAKETOWN - 5959 FT                       8 PM SUN               0.83
LAKETOWN UDOT - 5991 FT                  7 PM SUN               0.81
HARDWARE RANCH - 5564 FT                 8 PM SUN               0.65
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    7 PM SUN               0.64
GARDEN CITY - 7615 FT                    7 PM SUN               0.62
BEN LOMOND PEAK - 8000 FT               12 PM SAT               0.60
LIGHTNING RIDGE - 8215 FT               11 AM SAT               0.60
GARDEN CITY - 5959 FT                    7 PM SUN               0.53
RANDOLPH - 6264 FT                       9 AM SUN               0.48

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
ALTA - COLLINS - 9662 FT                 4 PM SUN     14.0      1.59
ALTA UDOT - 8799 FT                      4 PM SUN      8.0      1.06
ALTA - 8730 FT                           5 PM SUN      6.0      0.77
SILVER LAKE BRIGHTON - 8740 FT           5 AM SUN      5.0      0.60
SNOWBIRD - 8100 FT                       6 AM SUN      4.0      0.42
BIG COTTONWOOD SPRUCES - 7402 FT         5 PM SUN      3.0      0.89
PROVO CANYON - 6100 FT                   4 PM SAT      2.0      0.98
SUNDANCE - 7503 FT                       8 PM SUN               1.58
ALTA - BASE - 8560 FT                    7 PM SUN               1.02
SPRUCES - 7402 FT                        1 PM SUN               0.94
DEER VALLEY - ONTARIO - 9100 FT          7 PM SUN               0.91
FOUNTAIN GREEN 4ENE - 7166 FT            8 PM SUN               0.68
SNOWBIRD - 9640 FT                       9 PM FRI               0.50
TIMPANOGOS CAVE - 7999 FT                2 PM SUN               0.45

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
HEBER CITY 10 ESE - 8305 FT              9 AM SUN      4.0      0.94
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 2 PM SUN               0.77
MOON LAKE - 8150 FT                      8 PM SUN               0.65
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         8 PM SUN               0.59
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         8 PM SUN               0.59
WEBER RIVER NR OAKLEY 7NNE - 6653 FT     7 PM SUN               0.57
YELLOWSTONE DRAINAGE - 7800 FT           7 PM SUN               0.56
YELLOWSTONE RIVER NR ALTONAH - 7506 FT   2 PM SUN               0.55
STEEL CREEK PARK - 10100 FT              3 PM SAT               0.50
REDDEN MINE LWR - 8500 FT                3 AM SAT               0.50
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      2 PM SUN               0.45
CHEPETA - 10300 FT                       2 AM SAT               0.40
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        1 PM SUN               0.32
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           1 PM SUN               0.31
HOLE-IN-ROCK - 9150 FT                   3 PM SAT               0.30

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
BRUIN POINT - 10200 FT                   7 PM SUN               0.90
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                    7 PM SUN               0.77
BAER #10 RED BULL - 8360 FT              7 PM SUN               0.56
MANTI - PORTABLE #1 - 6085 FT            1 PM SUN               0.47
MANTI - PORTABLE #4 - 8421 FT            1 PM SUN               0.44
HORSE RIDGE - 8480 FT                    1 PM SUN               0.44
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      1 PM SUN               0.41
HUNTINGTON HORSE - 9657 FT               3 PM SAT               0.30
STRAWBERRY DIVIDE - 8400 FT              3 PM SAT               0.30

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      1 PM SUN               0.75
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      1 PM SUN               0.46
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT            1 PM SUN               0.46
ALTAMONT - 6370 FT                       5 AM SUN               0.34
DUCHESNE - 5520 FT                       5 PM SUN               0.22
ROOSEVELT - 5167 FT                      8 AM SUN               0.17

...CASTLE COUNTRY...
CARBON COUNTY AIRPORT - 5922 FT          2 PM SUN               0.38
FERRON - 5930 FT                         5 AM SUN               0.36
WELLINGTON 3 E - 5400 FT                 5 PM SUN               0.22

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
GREEN RIVER - 4073 FT                    7 PM SUN               0.66
SAN RAFAEL NR GREEN RIVER - 4200 FT      7 PM SUN               0.60
HANS FLAT RS - 6600 FT                   5 AM SUN               0.51
FLATTOP MOUNTAIN - 6120 FT               1 PM SUN               0.48
GOBLIN VALLEY SP - 4990 FT               5 AM SUN               0.15
CAPITOL REEF NATIONAL PARK - 5500 FT     5 AM SUN               0.09

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
SPRING CITY - 5835 FT                    7 PM SUN               0.75
SEVIER RESERVOIR - 5369 FT               7 PM SUN               0.60
MONROE - 5364 FT                         9 AM SUN               0.28
VENICE - 5244 FT                         9 AM SUN               0.20

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
OAK CITY - 5135 FT                       7 AM SUN               1.39
SIXMILE RIDGE - 5075 FT                  7 AM SUN               1.31
FILLMORE - 5120 FT                       5 PM SUN               1.23
DELTA MUNI AIRPORT - 4750 FT             7 PM SUN               0.92
LITTLE SAHARA DUNES - 5240 FT            5 AM SUN               0.90
MUD SPRING - 5902 FT                     7 PM SUN               0.89
FISH SPRINGS - 4282 FT                   8 PM SUN               0.81
DELTA - 4635 FT                          7 PM SUN               0.72
FILLMORE PORT #2 - 5691 FT               7 PM SUN               0.54
TULE VALLEY - 5135 FT                    1 PM SUN               0.40

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
ENTERPRISE - 5340 FT                     8 PM SUN               0.74
CEDAR CITY - 5895 FT                     7 PM SUN               0.62
CEDAR CITY AIRPORT - 5627 FT             8 PM SUN               0.52
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        7 PM SUN               0.51
NEW HARMONY - 5625 FT                    5 AM SUN               0.49
CEDAR CITY 6 NNW - 5462 FT              11 AM SAT               0.47
PAROWAN 10NW - 5820 FT                   2 PM SUN               0.43
JENSEN SPRING - 5744 FT                  1 PM SUN               0.32
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT      9 AM SUN               0.24
BRIMSTONE RESERVOIR - 5620 FT            9 AM SUN               0.23

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ZION NATIONAL PARK - 5741 FT             8 PM SUN               0.81
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    7 PM SUN               0.67
HURRICANE - 3275 FT                      8 AM SUN               0.55
WHITE REEF - 3440 FT                     2 PM SUN               0.37
ST GEORGE - 2770 FT                      5 AM SUN               0.33
SPRINGDALE - 3842 FT                     8 AM SAT               0.33
LA VERKIN - 3234 FT                      7 AM SAT               0.26
WASHINGTON - 2615 FT                     8 AM SUN               0.21
FT PIERCE WASH NR ST. GEORGE - 2810 FT   9 AM SUN               0.14
ST GEORGE 4 NNW - 2849 FT                8 AM SUN               0.13

...SOUTH CENTRAL UTAH...
APPLE VALLEY - 4757 FT                   8 AM SUN               0.46
KANAB - 4940 FT                          5 PM SUN               0.44
KODACHROME BASIN PARK - 5810 FT          5 PM SUN               0.38
TELEGRAPH FLAT - 5460 FT                 8 AM SUN               0.17

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
BLACK CEDAR - 6480 FT                    7 PM SUN               1.70
OAK CITY - 5081 FT                       5 AM SUN               1.30
SEELEY CREEK - 10000 FT                  3 PM SAT               1.20
10 ESE OAK CITY - 7268 FT                8 PM SUN               1.10
HORSE HOLLOW - 6010 FT                   7 PM SUN               0.95
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     7 PM SUN               0.80
GBRC HQ - 8541 FT                        3 PM SAT               0.80
FARNSWORTH LAKE - 9600 FT                3 PM SAT               0.70
GBRC MEADOWS - 9780 FT                   3 PM SAT               0.70
GRASSY LAKE NR EPHRAIM - 8880 FT         2 PM SUN               0.64
FLOWELL - 4735 FT                        8 PM SUN               0.61
THISTLE FLAT - 8858 FT                   3 PM SAT               0.60
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          1 PM SUN               0.47
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    1 PM SUN               0.46
MUDDY CREEK NR EMERY - 6440 FT           1 PM SUN               0.45
FILLMORE PORT #1 - 6229 FT               1 PM SUN               0.35
OAK CREEK - 7772 FT                      3 PM SAT               0.30
MT BALDY - 9494 FT                       3 PM SAT               0.30
SQUAW SPRINGS - 9105 FT                  3 PM SAT               0.30
BOX CREEK - 9800 FT                      3 PM SAT               0.30
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    9 AM SUN               0.29
FREMONT INDIAN SP - 5920 FT              5 AM SUN               0.25

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
BLOWHARD MOUNTAIN - 10694 FT            10 AM SUN     12.0
MIDWAY VALLEY - 9800 FT                  3 PM SAT               2.30
LAVA POINT RAWS - 7890 FT                7 PM SUN               1.80
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      7 PM SUN               1.29
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              7 PM SUN               1.23
BIG FLAT - 10290 FT                      3 PM SAT               1.20
LOA - 7096 FT                            7 PM SUN               1.02
JONES CORRAL - 9751 FT                   3 PM SAT               1.00
MERCHANT VALLEY - 8750 FT               12 PM SAT               1.00
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 7 PM SUN               0.94
KOLOB - 9250 FT                          3 PM SAT               0.90
POWERHOUSE NR VEYO - 4600 FT             8 PM SUN               0.85
CIRCLEVILLE - 6079 FT                    6 AM SUN               0.77
GREENVILLE BENCH PORTABLE - 6200 FT      7 PM SUN               0.74
CASTLE VALLEY - 9580 FT                  3 PM SAT               0.70
WIDTSOE #3 - 9500 FT                     3 PM SAT               0.70
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              8 PM SUN               0.67
ASSAY - 8100 FT                          7 PM SUN               0.62
CLAYTON SPRINGS - 10000 FT               3 PM SAT               0.60
GARDNER PEAK - 8323 FT                  12 PM SAT               0.60
WEBSTER FLAT - 9200 FT                  11 AM SAT               0.60
AGUA CANYON - 8890 FT                    7 PM SUN               0.59
TOM BEST SPRING - 7718 FT                7 PM SUN               0.58
BUCK FLAT - 8000 FT                      7 PM SUN               0.56
KIMBERLY MINE - 9300 FT                  3 PM SAT               0.50
BADGER SPRING - 3990 FT                  1 PM SUN               0.49
COAL CREEK NEAR CEDAR CITY 3E - 6017 FT  9 AM SUN               0.44
PANGUITCH - 6630 FT                      5 AM SUN               0.39
LONG FLAT - 8000 FT                     10 AM SAT               0.30
AGUA CANYON - 8900 FT                    4 AM SAT               0.30
BOULDER - 7171 FT                        7 AM SUN               0.29
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      9 AM SUN               0.27
BRYCE CANYON AIRPORT - 7585 FT           9 AM SUN               0.22
BRYCE CANYON - 7855 FT                   9 AM SUN               0.22

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         2 PM SUN               0.41
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    8 AM SUN               0.20

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
LOGAN - 4444 FT                          6 AM SUN     50 MPH
LOGAN - 4465 FT                          6 AM FRI     47 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
LAKE POINT I-80 - 4301 FT               10 PM THU     45 MPH
FLIGHT PARK SOUTH - 5202 FT             10 AM SUN     43 MPH
BACCUS HIGHWAY - 5172 FT                 3 PM FRI     43 MPH
I-15 AT 2400 S - 4219 FT                 2 PM FRI     43 MPH

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
PROVO MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 4498 FT        3 PM FRI     54 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
GUNNISON ISLAND - 4242 FT                2 PM FRI     61 MPH
UTTR THERMAL TREATMENT UNIT - 4915 FT    2 PM FRI     54 MPH
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              2 PM FRI     53 MPH
I-80 AT GRASSEY - 4650 FT                3 PM FRI     52 MPH
LOWER CEDAR MTN - 4495 FT                2 PM FRI     52 MPH
UPPER CEDAR MTN - 7052 FT                1 PM FRI     50 MPH
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT                5 PM FRI     48 MPH
EAGLE RANGE - 4239 FT                    2 PM FRI     48 MPH
HAT ISLAND - 4242 FT                     4 PM FRI     46 MPH
UTTR OASIS COMPOUND - 4437 FT            2 PM FRI     46 MPH
DIDDLE KNOLL - 4265 FT                   1 PM FRI     46 MPH
SALT FLATS - 4265 FT                    12 PM FRI     45 MPH
INTERSTATE 80 - 4125 FT                 12 PM FRI     45 MPH
I-80 AT MP 1 - 4270 FT                  10 AM SUN     44 MPH
CAMEL BACK MTN - 5077 FT                 2 PM FRI     44 MPH
PLAYA STATION - 4280 FT                  1 PM FRI     44 MPH
BADGER ISLAND - 4199 FT                  1 PM FRI     44 MPH
WENDOVER PORT OF ENTRY - 4227 FT         9 AM SUN     43 MPH
PROMONTORY POINT - 6926 FT               6 AM SUN     43 MPH
CALLAO GATE - 4250 FT                    3 PM SAT     42 MPH
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT               7 PM FRI     42 MPH
WEST OF WILDCAT MTN - 4259 FT            5 PM FRI     42 MPH
I-84 AT WHITES VALLEY - 5125 FT          4 PM FRI     42 MPH
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                1 PM FRI     42 MPH
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                   1 PM FRI     41 MPH
WEST SALT FLATS - 4237 FT                5 PM FRI     40 MPH
CLIFTON FLAT - 6384 FT                   4 PM FRI     40 MPH
I-80 AT MP 29 - 4125 FT                 12 PM FRI     39 MPH
SR-30 AT CURLEW - 4766 FT                4 PM FRI     35 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
SR-248 - 6900 FT                         3 PM FRI     43 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OGDEN PEAK - 9570 FT                     2 AM SAT     54 MPH
SR-65 AT BIG MOUNTAIN PASS - 7433 FT     1 PM FRI     49 MPH
SNOWBASIN - WILDCAT - 7703 FT           12 AM SAT     47 MPH
POWDER MOUNTAIN - 8897 FT                2 AM SAT     43 MPH
SHERWOOD HILLS - 5039 FT                 1 PM FRI     43 MPH
GARDEN CITY - 5959 FT                    4 PM FRI     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
SUNDANCE - ARROWHEAD - 8251 FT           4 PM FRI     53 MPH
CENTRAL WASATCH PEAKS - 11066 FT         9 PM FRI     51 MPH
S-TURNS - BIG COTTONWOOD - 6235 FT       9 PM FRI     45 MPH
DEER VLY  - MOUNT BALDY - 9347 FT        2 PM FRI     43 MPH
PROVO CANYON AT MP10 - 5119 FT           4 PM FRI     41 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
LOFTY LAKE PEAK - 11186 FT              10 PM FRI     51 MPH
WINDY PEAK - 10662 FT                    5 PM FRI     47 MPH
DRY RIDGE - 11565 FT                     8 AM SAT     46 MPH

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
SOLDIER SUMMIT - 7487 FT                 2 PM FRI     45 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
US-40 @ STARVATION - 5720 FT             1 PM FRI     44 MPH

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
HANKSVILLE - 4444 FT                     6 PM FRI     41 MPH

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
I-15 AT SEVIER RIVER NB - 4941 FT        6 PM FRI     50 MPH
SEVIER RESERVOIR - 5369 FT               6 PM FRI     37 MPH

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
DELTA MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 4755 FT        2 PM FRI     48 MPH
U.S. 6 AT EUREKA - 6584 FT               3 PM SAT     41 MPH
TULE VALLEY - 5135 FT                    4 PM FRI     41 MPH
FISH SPRINGS - 4282 FT                   3 PM SAT     40 MPH

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT      1 PM FRI     45 MPH
I-15 AT BLACK RIDGE - 5160 FT            9 AM SUN     41 MPH
CEDAR CITY MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5627 FT   2 PM SAT     40 MPH
ENTERPRISE - 5340 FT                     6 PM FRI     38 MPH

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ST GEORGE MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 2940 FT    5 PM FRI     41 MPH

...GLEN CANYON RECREATION AREA/LAKE POWELL...
BULLFROG MARINA - 3700 FT                5 PM SAT     48 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SR-72 AT HOGAN PASS - 8977 FT            8 AM SUN     50 MPH
BLACK CEDAR - 6480 FT                    3 PM FRI     49 MPH
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     6 AM SAT     48 MPH
DOG VALLEY - 6180 FT                     2 PM FRI     48 MPH
CLEAR CREEK SUMMIT I70 - 7103 FT         2 PM FRI     47 MPH
I-15 AT SCIPIO SUMMIT - 5960 FT          3 PM FRI     46 MPH
FREMONT JUNCTION - 6801 FT               2 PM SUN     45 MPH
I-70 AT FISH CREEK - 6540 FT             2 PM FRI     41 MPH

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SR-12 AT BOULDER SUMMIT - 9595 FT        2 PM SAT     57 MPH
BRIAN HEAD 2S - 10472 FT                10 AM SUN     43 MPH

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
I-80 EAST OF EVANSTON - 7579 FT          5 PM FRI     42 MPH
FRENCH - 7375 FT                         4 PM FRI     41 MPH
CHURCH BUTTE - 6743 FT                   1 PM FRI     40 MPH

$$



000
NOUS45 KSLC 270231 AAA
PNSSLC

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
830 PM MDT SUN APR 26 2015

BELOW ARE THE 3-DAY PRECIPITATION TOTALS AND PEAK WIND GUST REPORTS.

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
LOGAN - 4465 FT                          9 AM SUN               1.73
LOGAN RIVER ABV STATE DAM - 4805 FT      2 PM SUN               1.29
LBW SOUTHFORK - 5095 FT                  7 PM SUN               1.15
NORTH LOGAN - 4749 FT                    8 AM SUN               1.14
WELLSVILLE - 4665 FT                     7 PM SUN               1.09
PROVIDENCE - 4528 FT                     7 AM SUN               1.08
LOGAN GOLF - 4808 FT                     2 PM SUN               1.07
LBW PARADISE - 4859 FT                   8 PM SUN               0.97
PROVIDENCE - EVANS FARM - 4535 FT        2 PM SUN               0.95
LBW EXPFARM - 4498 FT                    8 PM SUN               0.92
RICHMOND - 4576 FT                       6 AM SUN               0.89
LOGAN - CACHE AIRPORT - 4452 FT          2 PM SUN               0.88
LOGAN - 4806 FT                          7 PM SUN               0.87
BENSON - 4428 FT                         8 AM SAT               0.83
LOGAN DRAINAGE FARM - 4435 FT            9 AM SUN               0.74
HYDE PARK - 4515 FT                      9 AM SAT               0.74
LEWISTON - 4514 FT                       2 PM SUN               0.73

...NORTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
BOUNTIFUL - 5085 FT                      8 AM SUN      0.3      2.39
BOUNTIFUL - 5130 FT                      7 PM SUN               2.40
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 4990 FT                8 PM SUN               2.20
CENTERVILLE - 4445 FT                    3 PM SUN               2.10
WEST POINT - 4350 FT                     7 PM SUN               2.05
WEST BOUNTIFUL - 4231 FT                 9 AM SUN               1.95
CLEARFIELD - 4260 FT                     5 PM SUN               1.94
FRUIT HEIGHTS - 4802 FT                  7 AM SUN               1.79
BOUNTIFUL BENCH - 5114 FT                7 PM SUN               1.76
BEUS CANYON - 5100 FT                    8 PM SUN               1.73
CENTERVILLE - 4216 FT                    7 PM SUN               1.69
CLINTON - 4337 FT                        7 PM SUN               1.63
FARMINGTON - 4239 FT                     8 AM SUN               1.62
BRIGHAM CITY - 4400 FT                   7 PM SUN               1.61
PERRY - 4491 FT                          6 AM SUN               1.54
LAYTON - 4770 FT                         7 PM SUN               1.48
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    5 PM SUN               1.40
NORTHEAST OGDEN BENCH - 4560 FT          9 AM SUN               1.40
SOUTH OGDEN - 4780 FT                    9 AM SUN               1.40
KAYSVILLE - 4413 FT                      7 PM SUN               1.39
SOUTH OGDEN - 4777 FT                    7 PM SUN               1.33
HILL AIR FORCE BASE - 4787 FT            8 PM SUN               1.32
BRIGHAM CITY - 4590 FT                   7 PM SUN               1.31
SYRACUSE - 4255 FT                       7 PM SUN               1.30
WEST HAVEN - 4239 FT                     8 AM SUN               1.23
EAGLE LAKE - 4377 FT                     8 PM SUN               1.22
SOUTH WEBER - 4587 FT                    7 PM SUN               1.21
ROY - 4373 FT                            7 PM SUN               1.20
NORTH OGDEN - 4392 FT                    7 AM SUN               1.15
WEST WEBER - 4248 FT                     7 AM SUN               1.10
OGDEN - HINCKLEY AIRPORT - 4468 FT       8 PM SUN               1.07
GARLAND 1 SE - 4328 FT                   6 AM SUN               0.97
BOTHWELL - 4469 FT                       1 PM SUN               0.94
HARRISVILLE UDOT - 4311 FT               7 PM SUN               0.85
RIVERSIDE UDOT - 4416 FT                 1 PM SUN               0.80
NORTH OGDEN                              9 AM SAT               0.72
CORINNE - 4238 FT                        8 PM SUN               0.69
TREMONTON - 4331 FT                      2 PM SUN               0.66
THATCHER - 4414 FT                       7 AM SAT               0.44

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
1 SE TOOELE                              8 AM SUN      2.0
TOOELE - 5070 FT                         5 PM SUN      1.0      1.74
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS - 5230 FT             9 AM SUN      0.8      1.17
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS - 5138 FT             7 AM SUN      0.6      1.55
SANDY - 4852 FT                          7 AM SUN      0.5      1.17
UPPER MILLCREEK - 5050 FT                3 PM SUN      0.2      1.69
STANSBURY PARK - 4300 FT                11 AM SUN               1.95
MAGNA - 4375 FT                          7 AM SUN               1.64
SALT LAKE CITY - 5102 FT                 7 PM SUN               1.59
DRAPER - 4418 FT                         7 PM SUN               1.54
OLYMPUS HILLS - MSI - 4960 FT            8 PM SUN               1.51
WEST VALLEY CITY - 4317 FT               8 AM SUN               1.51
OLYMPUS COVE - 5070 FT                   8 PM SUN               1.50
STOCKTON - 5087 FT                       7 AM SUN               1.45
HOLLADAY - 4540 FT                       7 AM SUN               1.41
MAGNA - 4400 FT                          7 PM SUN               1.40
WEST JORDAN - MSI - 4519 FT              8 PM SUN               1.36
ROCKY - 5970 FT                          1 PM SUN               1.34
KEARNS - 4613 FT                         7 PM SUN               1.32
GRANTSVILLE 2 W - 4480 FT                5 AM SUN               1.29
TAYLORSVILLE-BENNION - 4594 FT           7 AM SUN               1.25
SOUTH SALT LAKE - 4340 FT                7 AM SUN               1.20
SALT LAKE INTL AIRPORT - 4226 FT         8 PM SUN               1.19
NORTH HOLLADAY - 4600 FT                 7 PM SUN               1.18
TAYLORSVILLE - 4514 FT                   7 PM SUN               1.15
SANDY - 4714 FT                          8 AM SUN               1.11
RIVERTON - 4534 FT                      10 AM SUN               1.08
HERRIMAN                                 7 PM SUN               1.04
MURRAY - 4290 FT                         8 PM SUN               1.03
GREAT SALT LAKE MARINA - 4206 FT         7 PM SUN               0.96
SOUTH JORDAN - 4551 FT                   7 PM SUN               0.95
HERRIMAN - 5062 FT                       2 PM SUN               0.95
DRAPER 2 WNW - 4427 FT                   7 AM SUN               0.90
DRAPER - 5052 FT                         7 PM SUN               0.83
VERNON - 5639 FT                         7 PM SUN               0.83

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
SPANISH FORK POWER HOUSE - 4720 FT       5 PM SUN               1.31
SPRINGVILLE                              8 AM SUN               1.29
SPANISH FORK - 4738 FT                   7 PM SUN               1.22
PLEASANT GROVE - 5200 FT                 7 PM SUN               1.08
LEHI - 4800 FT                           9 AM SUN               1.06
ALPINE - 5070 FT                         5 PM SUN               1.05
PROVO BYU - 4570 FT                      5 PM SUN               1.04
LEVAN - 5290 FT                          5 PM SUN               1.03
TICKVILLE - 5191 FT                      7 PM SUN               0.93
OREM - 4728 FT                           7 PM SUN               0.82
PROVO - 4641 FT                          7 PM SUN               0.78
SARATOGA SPRINGS - 4787 FT               7 PM SUN               0.78
NEPHI - 5002 FT                          8 PM SUN               0.72
EYRING SCIENCE CENTER - 4720 FT          8 PM SUN               0.70
UTAH LAKE LEHI - 4497 FT                 5 PM SUN               0.63
SARATOGA SPRINGS 1W - 7544 FT            8 PM SUN               0.55
PROVO MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 4498 FT        8 PM SUN               0.52
AMERICAN FORK - 4623 FT                  7 AM SUN               0.52

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
WEST GRANITE - 4403 FT                   7 PM SUN               1.35
VERNON CREEK NEAR VERNON 8SE - 6226 FT   7 PM SUN               1.20
ARAGONITE - 5030 FT                      7 PM SUN               1.11
CEDAR MOUNTAIN - 4650 FT                 7 PM SUN               1.06
ENGLISH VILLAGE - 4788 FT                8 PM SUN               1.03
TARGET S - 4349 FT                       8 PM SUN               0.91
CALLAO GATE - 4250 FT                    8 PM SUN               0.89
TARGET R - 4311 FT                       8 PM SUN               0.89
WHITE SAGE - 4363 FT                     8 PM SUN               0.79
SALT FLATS - 4265 FT                     8 PM SUN               0.78
CAMEL BACK MTN - 5077 FT                 7 PM SUN               0.77
BAKER LAB - 4294 FT                      8 PM SUN               0.75
DITTO - 4345 FT                          8 PM SUN               0.72
LOWER CEDAR MTN - 4495 FT                8 PM SUN               0.72
NW DECON PAD - 4380 FT                   7 PM SUN               0.72
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                   8 PM SUN               0.71
MINING FORK - 8000 FT                    3 PM SAT               0.70
ROMEO & CENTERLINE - 4308 FT             8 PM SUN               0.67
TOWER GRID - 4346 FT                     7 PM SUN               0.66
UTAH TEST RANGE - 4440 FT                5 PM SUN               0.65
SNOWVILLE (WEST) - 4443 FT               2 PM SUN               0.64
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT                8 PM SUN               0.60
PLAYA STATION - 4280 FT                  8 PM SUN               0.57
BLUE CREEK - 5170 FT                     8 PM SUN               0.57
CLIFTON FLAT - 6384 FT                   7 PM SUN               0.56
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                8 PM SUN               0.52
SNOWVILLE (SOUTH) - 4812 FT              2 PM SUN               0.47
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              2 PM SUN               0.39
ROCKY BASIN-SETTLEME - 8900 FT           3 PM SAT               0.30

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
WEBER RIVER NEAR MORGAN - 4800 FT        7 PM SUN               2.01
SWANSONS ENV CENTER - 5700 FT            8 PM SUN               1.31
HUNTSVILLE - 5059 FT                     7 PM SUN               1.09
EDEN - 4947 FT                           7 AM SUN               1.09
MORGAN - 5092 FT                         5 AM SUN               0.90
WEBER RIVER AT ECHO DAM - 5480 FT        7 PM SUN               0.81
DEER CREEK DAM - 5270 FT                 5 AM SUN               0.75
PARK CITY GOLF COURSE - 6855 FT          9 AM SUN               0.70
WANSHIP DAM - 5940 FT                    5 PM SUN               0.60
COALVILLE - 5673 FT                      2 PM SUN               0.47
HEBER CITY - 5768 FT                     9 AM SUN               0.43
EDEN - 5337 FT                           5 PM SUN               0.37
PARK CITY - 6516 FT                      7 AM SAT               0.31

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
SUMMIT PARK - 7000 FT                    9 AM SUN      4.5      1.11
RANDOLPH - 6270 FT                       5 AM SUN      0.3      0.71
LOST CREEK NR CROYDEN - 5840 FT          1 PM SUN               1.38
EMIGRATION CANYON - 6024 FT              7 PM SUN               1.34
BLACKSMITH FORK - 5020 FT                1 PM SUN               0.99
LAKETOWN - 5959 FT                       8 PM SUN               0.83
LAKETOWN UDOT - 5991 FT                  7 PM SUN               0.81
HARDWARE RANCH - 5564 FT                 8 PM SUN               0.65
OTTER CREEK - 7160 FT                    7 PM SUN               0.64
GARDEN CITY - 7615 FT                    7 PM SUN               0.62
BEN LOMOND PEAK - 8000 FT               12 PM SAT               0.60
LIGHTNING RIDGE - 8215 FT               11 AM SAT               0.60
GARDEN CITY - 5959 FT                    7 PM SUN               0.53
RANDOLPH - 6264 FT                       9 AM SUN               0.48

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
ALTA - COLLINS - 9662 FT                 4 PM SUN     14.0      1.59
ALTA UDOT - 8799 FT                      4 PM SUN      8.0      1.06
ALTA - 8730 FT                           5 PM SUN      6.0      0.77
SILVER LAKE BRIGHTON - 8740 FT           5 AM SUN      5.0      0.60
SNOWBIRD - 8100 FT                       6 AM SUN      4.0      0.42
BIG COTTONWOOD SPRUCES - 7402 FT         5 PM SUN      3.0      0.89
PROVO CANYON - 6100 FT                   4 PM SAT      2.0      0.98
SUNDANCE - 7503 FT                       8 PM SUN               1.58
ALTA - BASE - 8560 FT                    7 PM SUN               1.02
SPRUCES - 7402 FT                        1 PM SUN               0.94
DEER VALLEY - ONTARIO - 9100 FT          7 PM SUN               0.91
FOUNTAIN GREEN 4ENE - 7166 FT            8 PM SUN               0.68
SNOWBIRD - 9640 FT                       9 PM FRI               0.50
TIMPANOGOS CAVE - 7999 FT                2 PM SUN               0.45

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
HEBER CITY 10 ESE - 8305 FT              9 AM SUN      4.0      0.94
HEBER CITY 6 E - 8284 FT                 2 PM SUN               0.77
MOON LAKE - 8150 FT                      8 PM SUN               0.65
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         8 PM SUN               0.59
NORWAY - 8280 FT                         8 PM SUN               0.59
WEBER RIVER NR OAKLEY 7NNE - 6653 FT     7 PM SUN               0.57
YELLOWSTONE DRAINAGE - 7800 FT           7 PM SUN               0.56
YELLOWSTONE RIVER NR ALTONAH - 7506 FT   2 PM SUN               0.55
STEEL CREEK PARK - 10100 FT              3 PM SAT               0.50
REDDEN MINE LWR - 8500 FT                3 AM SAT               0.50
ASPEN MTN - 7539 FT                      2 PM SUN               0.45
CHEPETA - 10300 FT                       2 AM SAT               0.40
HEWINTA - 9186 FT                        1 PM SUN               0.32
WEST FORK BLACKSFORK - 8865 FT           1 PM SUN               0.31
HOLE-IN-ROCK - 9150 FT                   3 PM SAT               0.30

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
BRUIN POINT - 10200 FT                   7 PM SUN               0.90
RAYS VALLEY - 7300 FT                    7 PM SUN               0.77
BAER #10 RED BULL - 8360 FT              7 PM SUN               0.56
MANTI - PORTABLE #1 - 6085 FT            1 PM SUN               0.47
MANTI - PORTABLE #4 - 8421 FT            1 PM SUN               0.44
HORSE RIDGE - 8480 FT                    1 PM SUN               0.44
FIVE MILE - 7480 FT                      1 PM SUN               0.41
HUNTINGTON HORSE - 9657 FT               3 PM SAT               0.30
STRAWBERRY DIVIDE - 8400 FT              3 PM SAT               0.30

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
BLACKTAIL - 7311 FT                      1 PM SUN               0.75
DUCHESNE RIVER NR TABIONA - 6209 FT      1 PM SUN               0.46
HANNA NEAR DUCHESNE - 6745 FT            1 PM SUN               0.46
ALTAMONT - 6370 FT                       5 AM SUN               0.34
DUCHESNE - 5520 FT                       5 PM SUN               0.22
ROOSEVELT - 5167 FT                      8 AM SUN               0.17

...CASTLE COUNTRY...
CARBON COUNTY AIRPORT - 5922 FT          2 PM SUN               0.38
FERRON - 5930 FT                         5 AM SUN               0.36
WELLINGTON 3 E - 5400 FT                 5 PM SUN               0.22

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
GREEN RIVER - 4073 FT                    7 PM SUN               0.66
SAN RAFAEL NR GREEN RIVER - 4200 FT      7 PM SUN               0.60
HANS FLAT RS - 6600 FT                   5 AM SUN               0.51
FLATTOP MOUNTAIN - 6120 FT               1 PM SUN               0.48
GOBLIN VALLEY SP - 4990 FT               5 AM SUN               0.15
CAPITOL REEF NATIONAL PARK - 5500 FT     5 AM SUN               0.09

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
SPRING CITY - 5835 FT                    7 PM SUN               0.75
SEVIER RESERVOIR - 5369 FT               7 PM SUN               0.60
MONROE - 5364 FT                         9 AM SUN               0.28
VENICE - 5244 FT                         9 AM SUN               0.20

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
OAK CITY - 5135 FT                       7 AM SUN               1.39
SIXMILE RIDGE - 5075 FT                  7 AM SUN               1.31
FILLMORE - 5120 FT                       5 PM SUN               1.23
DELTA MUNI AIRPORT - 4750 FT             7 PM SUN               0.92
LITTLE SAHARA DUNES - 5240 FT            5 AM SUN               0.90
MUD SPRING - 5902 FT                     7 PM SUN               0.89
FISH SPRINGS - 4282 FT                   8 PM SUN               0.81
DELTA - 4635 FT                          7 PM SUN               0.72
FILLMORE PORT #2 - 5691 FT               7 PM SUN               0.54
TULE VALLEY - 5135 FT                    1 PM SUN               0.40

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
ENTERPRISE - 5340 FT                     8 PM SUN               0.74
CEDAR CITY - 5895 FT                     7 PM SUN               0.62
CEDAR CITY AIRPORT - 5627 FT             8 PM SUN               0.52
MILFORD - 5002 FT                        7 PM SUN               0.51
NEW HARMONY - 5625 FT                    5 AM SUN               0.49
CEDAR CITY 6 NNW - 5462 FT              11 AM SAT               0.47
PAROWAN 10NW - 5820 FT                   2 PM SUN               0.43
JENSEN SPRING - 5744 FT                  1 PM SUN               0.32
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT      9 AM SUN               0.24
BRIMSTONE RESERVOIR - 5620 FT            9 AM SUN               0.23

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ZION NATIONAL PARK - 5741 FT             8 PM SUN               0.81
ZION CANYON - 3999 FT                    7 PM SUN               0.67
HURRICANE - 3275 FT                      8 AM SUN               0.55
WHITE REEF - 3440 FT                     2 PM SUN               0.37
ST GEORGE - 2770 FT                      5 AM SUN               0.33
SPRINGDALE - 3842 FT                     8 AM SAT               0.33
LA VERKIN - 3234 FT                      7 AM SAT               0.26
WASHINGTON - 2615 FT                     8 AM SUN               0.21
FT PIERCE WASH NR ST. GEORGE - 2810 FT   9 AM SUN               0.14
ST GEORGE 4 NNW - 2849 FT                8 AM SUN               0.13

...SOUTH CENTRAL UTAH...
APPLE VALLEY - 4757 FT                   8 AM SUN               0.46
KANAB - 4940 FT                          5 PM SUN               0.44
KODACHROME BASIN PARK - 5810 FT          5 PM SUN               0.38
TELEGRAPH FLAT - 5460 FT                 8 AM SUN               0.17

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
BLACK CEDAR - 6480 FT                    7 PM SUN               1.70
OAK CITY - 5081 FT                       5 AM SUN               1.30
SEELEY CREEK - 10000 FT                  3 PM SAT               1.20
10 ESE OAK CITY - 7268 FT                8 PM SUN               1.10
HORSE HOLLOW - 6010 FT                   7 PM SUN               0.95
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     7 PM SUN               0.80
GBRC HQ - 8541 FT                        3 PM SAT               0.80
FARNSWORTH LAKE - 9600 FT                3 PM SAT               0.70
GBRC MEADOWS - 9780 FT                   3 PM SAT               0.70
GRASSY LAKE NR EPHRAIM - 8880 FT         2 PM SUN               0.64
FLOWELL - 4735 FT                        8 PM SUN               0.61
THISTLE FLAT - 8858 FT                   3 PM SAT               0.60
JOES VALLEY RESERVOIR - 6879 FT          1 PM SUN               0.47
JOES VALLEY - 8700 FT                    1 PM SUN               0.46
MUDDY CREEK NR EMERY - 6440 FT           1 PM SUN               0.45
FILLMORE PORT #1 - 6229 FT               1 PM SUN               0.35
OAK CREEK - 7772 FT                      3 PM SAT               0.30
MT BALDY - 9494 FT                       3 PM SAT               0.30
SQUAW SPRINGS - 9105 FT                  3 PM SAT               0.30
BOX CREEK - 9800 FT                      3 PM SAT               0.30
SIGNAL PEAK - 8792 FT                    9 AM SUN               0.29
FREMONT INDIAN SP - 5920 FT              5 AM SUN               0.25

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
BLOWHARD MOUNTAIN - 10694 FT            10 AM SUN     12.0
MIDWAY VALLEY - 9800 FT                  3 PM SAT               2.30
LAVA POINT RAWS - 7890 FT                7 PM SUN               1.80
HENRY MTN - 8294 FT                      7 PM SUN               1.29
FISHLAKE D3 PT #3 - 6500 FT              7 PM SUN               1.23
BIG FLAT - 10290 FT                      3 PM SAT               1.20
LOA - 7096 FT                            7 PM SUN               1.02
JONES CORRAL - 9751 FT                   3 PM SAT               1.00
MERCHANT VALLEY - 8750 FT               12 PM SAT               1.00
COTTONWOOD MTN - 7544 FT                 7 PM SUN               0.94
KOLOB - 9250 FT                          3 PM SAT               0.90
POWERHOUSE NR VEYO - 4600 FT             8 PM SUN               0.85
CIRCLEVILLE - 6079 FT                    6 AM SUN               0.77
GREENVILLE BENCH PORTABLE - 6200 FT      7 PM SUN               0.74
CASTLE VALLEY - 9580 FT                  3 PM SAT               0.70
WIDTSOE #3 - 9500 FT                     3 PM SAT               0.70
FISHLAKE D4 PT #4 - 9590 FT              8 PM SUN               0.67
ASSAY - 8100 FT                          7 PM SUN               0.62
CLAYTON SPRINGS - 10000 FT               3 PM SAT               0.60
GARDNER PEAK - 8323 FT                  12 PM SAT               0.60
WEBSTER FLAT - 9200 FT                  11 AM SAT               0.60
AGUA CANYON - 8890 FT                    7 PM SUN               0.59
TOM BEST SPRING - 7718 FT                7 PM SUN               0.58
BUCK FLAT - 8000 FT                      7 PM SUN               0.56
KIMBERLY MINE - 9300 FT                  3 PM SAT               0.50
BADGER SPRING - 3990 FT                  1 PM SUN               0.49
COAL CREEK NEAR CEDAR CITY 3E - 6017 FT  9 AM SUN               0.44
PANGUITCH - 6630 FT                      5 AM SUN               0.39
LONG FLAT - 8000 FT                     10 AM SAT               0.30
AGUA CANYON - 8900 FT                    4 AM SAT               0.30
BOULDER - 7171 FT                        7 AM SUN               0.29
PANGUITCH - 6550 FT                      9 AM SUN               0.27
BRYCE CANYON AIRPORT - 7585 FT           9 AM SUN               0.22
BRYCE CANYON - 7855 FT                   9 AM SUN               0.22

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
EVANSTON - BURNS FIELD - 7162 FT         2 PM SUN               0.41
MUDDY CREEK - 6970 FT                    8 AM SUN               0.20

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

...CACHE VALLEY/UTAH PORTION...
LOGAN - 4444 FT                          6 AM SUN     50 MPH
LOGAN - 4465 FT                          6 AM FRI     47 MPH

...SALT LAKE AND TOOELE VALLEYS...
LAKE POINT I-80 - 4301 FT               10 PM THU     45 MPH
FLIGHT PARK SOUTH - 5202 FT             10 AM SUN     43 MPH
BACCUS HIGHWAY - 5172 FT                 3 PM FRI     43 MPH
I-15 AT 2400 S - 4219 FT                 2 PM FRI     43 MPH

...SOUTHERN WASATCH FRONT...
PROVO MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 4498 FT        3 PM FRI     54 MPH

...GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT AND MOUNTAINS...
GUNNISON ISLAND - 4242 FT                2 PM FRI     61 MPH
UTTR THERMAL TREATMENT UNIT - 4915 FT    2 PM FRI     54 MPH
LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN - 5039 FT              2 PM FRI     53 MPH
I-80 AT GRASSEY - 4650 FT                3 PM FRI     52 MPH
LOWER CEDAR MTN - 4495 FT                2 PM FRI     52 MPH
UPPER CEDAR MTN - 7052 FT                1 PM FRI     50 MPH
SIMPSON SPRINGS - 4645 FT                5 PM FRI     48 MPH
EAGLE RANGE - 4239 FT                    2 PM FRI     48 MPH
HAT ISLAND - 4242 FT                     4 PM FRI     46 MPH
UTTR OASIS COMPOUND - 4437 FT            2 PM FRI     46 MPH
DIDDLE KNOLL - 4265 FT                   1 PM FRI     46 MPH
SALT FLATS - 4265 FT                    12 PM FRI     45 MPH
INTERSTATE 80 - 4125 FT                 12 PM FRI     45 MPH
I-80 AT MP 1 - 4270 FT                  10 AM SUN     44 MPH
CAMEL BACK MTN - 5077 FT                 2 PM FRI     44 MPH
PLAYA STATION - 4280 FT                  1 PM FRI     44 MPH
BADGER ISLAND - 4199 FT                  1 PM FRI     44 MPH
WENDOVER PORT OF ENTRY - 4227 FT         9 AM SUN     43 MPH
PROMONTORY POINT - 6926 FT               6 AM SUN     43 MPH
CALLAO GATE - 4250 FT                    3 PM SAT     42 MPH
NORTH SALT FLATS - 4218 FT               7 PM FRI     42 MPH
WEST OF WILDCAT MTN - 4259 FT            5 PM FRI     42 MPH
I-84 AT WHITES VALLEY - 5125 FT          4 PM FRI     42 MPH
HORIZONTAL GRID - 4261 FT                1 PM FRI     42 MPH
WIG MOUNTAIN - 4352 FT                   1 PM FRI     41 MPH
WEST SALT FLATS - 4237 FT                5 PM FRI     40 MPH
CLIFTON FLAT - 6384 FT                   4 PM FRI     40 MPH
I-80 AT MP 29 - 4125 FT                 12 PM FRI     39 MPH
SR-30 AT CURLEW - 4766 FT                4 PM FRI     35 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...
SR-248 - 6900 FT                         3 PM FRI     43 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS I-80 NORTH...
OGDEN PEAK - 9570 FT                     2 AM SAT     54 MPH
SR-65 AT BIG MOUNTAIN PASS - 7433 FT     1 PM FRI     49 MPH
SNOWBASIN - WILDCAT - 7703 FT           12 AM SAT     47 MPH
POWDER MOUNTAIN - 8897 FT                2 AM SAT     43 MPH
SHERWOOD HILLS - 5039 FT                 1 PM FRI     43 MPH
GARDEN CITY - 5959 FT                    4 PM FRI     40 MPH

...WASATCH MOUNTAINS SOUTH OF I-80...
SUNDANCE - ARROWHEAD - 8251 FT           4 PM FRI     53 MPH
CENTRAL WASATCH PEAKS - 11066 FT         9 PM FRI     51 MPH
S-TURNS - BIG COTTONWOOD - 6235 FT       9 PM FRI     45 MPH
DEER VLY  - MOUNT BALDY - 9347 FT        2 PM FRI     43 MPH
PROVO CANYON AT MP10 - 5119 FT           4 PM FRI     41 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA MOUNTAINS...
LOFTY LAKE PEAK - 11186 FT              10 PM FRI     51 MPH
WINDY PEAK - 10662 FT                    5 PM FRI     47 MPH
DRY RIDGE - 11565 FT                     8 AM SAT     46 MPH

...WASATCH PLATEAU/BOOK CLIFFS...
SOLDIER SUMMIT - 7487 FT                 2 PM FRI     45 MPH

...WESTERN UINTA BASIN...
US-40 @ STARVATION - 5720 FT             1 PM FRI     44 MPH

...SAN RAFAEL SWELL...
HANKSVILLE - 4444 FT                     6 PM FRI     41 MPH

...SANPETE/SEVIER VALLEYS...
I-15 AT SEVIER RIVER NB - 4941 FT        6 PM FRI     50 MPH
SEVIER RESERVOIR - 5369 FT               6 PM FRI     37 MPH

...WEST CENTRAL UTAH...
DELTA MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 4755 FT        2 PM FRI     48 MPH
U.S. 6 AT EUREKA - 6584 FT               3 PM SAT     41 MPH
TULE VALLEY - 5135 FT                    4 PM FRI     41 MPH
FISH SPRINGS - 4282 FT                   3 PM SAT     40 MPH

...SOUTHWEST UTAH...
MILFORD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5039 FT      1 PM FRI     45 MPH
I-15 AT BLACK RIDGE - 5160 FT            9 AM SUN     41 MPH
CEDAR CITY MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 5627 FT   2 PM SAT     40 MPH
ENTERPRISE - 5340 FT                     6 PM FRI     38 MPH

...UTAH`S DIXIE AND ZION NATIONAL PARK...
ST GEORGE MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - 2940 FT    5 PM FRI     41 MPH

...GLEN CANYON RECREATION AREA/LAKE POWELL...
BULLFROG MARINA - 3700 FT                5 PM SAT     48 MPH

...CENTRAL UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SR-72 AT HOGAN PASS - 8977 FT            8 AM SUN     50 MPH
BLACK CEDAR - 6480 FT                    3 PM FRI     49 MPH
LOST CREEK - 7490 FT                     6 AM SAT     48 MPH
DOG VALLEY - 6180 FT                     2 PM FRI     48 MPH
CLEAR CREEK SUMMIT I70 - 7103 FT         2 PM FRI     47 MPH
I-15 AT SCIPIO SUMMIT - 5960 FT          3 PM FRI     46 MPH
FREMONT JUNCTION - 6801 FT               2 PM SUN     45 MPH
I-70 AT FISH CREEK - 6540 FT             2 PM FRI     41 MPH

...SOUTHERN UTAH MOUNTAINS...
SR-12 AT BOULDER SUMMIT - 9595 FT        2 PM SAT     57 MPH
BRIAN HEAD 2S - 10472 FT                10 AM SUN     43 MPH

...SOUTHWEST WYOMING...
I-80 EAST OF EVANSTON - 7579 FT          5 PM FRI     42 MPH
FRENCH - 7375 FT                         4 PM FRI     41 MPH
CHURCH BUTTE - 6743 FT                   1 PM FRI     40 MPH

$$



000
NOUS42 KJAX 270157
PNSJAX
FLZ040-221030-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSONVILLE FL
953 PM EDT SUN APR 26 2015

...NWS DAMAGE SURVEY RESULT FOR 4/25/15 SOUTHSIDE TORNADO IN DUVAL
COUNTY...

NWS METEOROLOGISTS HAVE CONFIRMED A TORNADO DEVELOPED AND MOVED
ASHORE IN THE SOUTHSIDE AREA OF DUVAL COUNTY JUST SOUTH OF RIVER
OAKS PARK AROUND 552 PM ON APRIL 25TH.

A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM PUSHED ESE THROUGH THE JAX METRO AREA AT ABOUT
50 MPH AND INTENSIFIED AS IT MOVED OVER THE ST. JOHNS RIVER.
RADAR IMAGERY INDICATES A BRIEF TIGHT ROTATION DEVELOPED ON THE NORTH
END OF A DEVELOPING DOWNBURST.

THE TORNADO MOVED ASHORE AND PUSHED JUST SOUTH OF HENDRICKS
ELEMENTARY SNAPPING TREES AND POWERLINES. SEVERAL STRUCTURES WERE
IMPACTED BY FALLING TREES AND LIMBS. INITIAL DAMAGE WAS TIGHTLY
CLUSTERED WITH A PATH OF APPROXIMATELY 200 YARDS. AS THE TORNADO
CROSSED PHILLIPS HIGHWAY SEVERAL BUSINESSES SUSTAINED ROOF DAMAGE.
TRAILERS IN THE PINE OAKS MOBILE HOME PARK WERE DAMAGED AS WELL.

THE TORNADO BEGAN TO TURN MORE TO THE SOUTHEAST AS IT PASSED I-95 AND
WIDENED TO 350 YARDS AS IT NEARED ENGLEWOOD HIGH SCHOOL.
AT ABOUT 5:58 PM THE TORNADO BEGAN TO WEAKEN AND DISSIPATE. A WIDE
SWATH OF STRAIGHT LINE WINDS CONTINUED TO CAUSE DAMAGE FURTHER TO
THE SOUTH AND EAST OF THE PATH UNTIL SHORTLY AFTER 6 PM. THE PATH
WIDTH VARIED FROM 200-350 YARDS ALONG A 3.45 MILE PATH. THE TORNADO
LASTED 5 OR 6 MINUTES WITH THE MAXIMUM WIND SPEEDS REACHING 104 MPH.



RATING:               EF-1
ESTIMATED PEAK WINDS: 104 MPH
PATH LENGTH/STATUTE:  3.45 MILES
PATH WIDTH/MAXIMUM:   350 YARDS
FATALITIES:           0
INJURIES:             0

START DATE:           APRIL 25 2015
START TIME:           552 PM EDT
START LOCATION:       4 MILES SOUTHWEST OF ARLINGTON
START LAT/LON:        30.2910/-81.6565

END DATE:             APRIL 25 2015
END TIME:             558 PM EDT
END LOCATION:         5 MILES SOUTH OF ARLINGTON
END LAT/LON:          30.2688/-81.6058

$$

WALSH/SANDRIK



000
NOUS42 KJAX 270157
PNSJAX
FLZ040-221030-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSONVILLE FL
953 PM EDT SUN APR 26 2015

...NWS DAMAGE SURVEY RESULT FOR 4/25/15 SOUTHSIDE TORNADO IN DUVAL
COUNTY...

NWS METEOROLOGISTS HAVE CONFIRMED A TORNADO DEVELOPED AND MOVED
ASHORE IN THE SOUTHSIDE AREA OF DUVAL COUNTY JUST SOUTH OF RIVER
OAKS PARK AROUND 552 PM ON APRIL 25TH.

A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM PUSHED ESE THROUGH THE JAX METRO AREA AT ABOUT
50 MPH AND INTENSIFIED AS IT MOVED OVER THE ST. JOHNS RIVER.
RADAR IMAGERY INDICATES A BRIEF TIGHT ROTATION DEVELOPED ON THE NORTH
END OF A DEVELOPING DOWNBURST.

THE TORNADO MOVED ASHORE AND PUSHED JUST SOUTH OF HENDRICKS
ELEMENTARY SNAPPING TREES AND POWERLINES. SEVERAL STRUCTURES WERE
IMPACTED BY FALLING TREES AND LIMBS. INITIAL DAMAGE WAS TIGHTLY
CLUSTERED WITH A PATH OF APPROXIMATELY 200 YARDS. AS THE TORNADO
CROSSED PHILLIPS HIGHWAY SEVERAL BUSINESSES SUSTAINED ROOF DAMAGE.
TRAILERS IN THE PINE OAKS MOBILE HOME PARK WERE DAMAGED AS WELL.

THE TORNADO BEGAN TO TURN MORE TO THE SOUTHEAST AS IT PASSED I-95 AND
WIDENED TO 350 YARDS AS IT NEARED ENGLEWOOD HIGH SCHOOL.
AT ABOUT 5:58 PM THE TORNADO BEGAN TO WEAKEN AND DISSIPATE. A WIDE
SWATH OF STRAIGHT LINE WINDS CONTINUED TO CAUSE DAMAGE FURTHER TO
THE SOUTH AND EAST OF THE PATH UNTIL SHORTLY AFTER 6 PM. THE PATH
WIDTH VARIED FROM 200-350 YARDS ALONG A 3.45 MILE PATH. THE TORNADO
LASTED 5 OR 6 MINUTES WITH THE MAXIMUM WIND SPEEDS REACHING 104 MPH.



RATING:               EF-1
ESTIMATED PEAK WINDS: 104 MPH
PATH LENGTH/STATUTE:  3.45 MILES
PATH WIDTH/MAXIMUM:   350 YARDS
FATALITIES:           0
INJURIES:             0

START DATE:           APRIL 25 2015
START TIME:           552 PM EDT
START LOCATION:       4 MILES SOUTHWEST OF ARLINGTON
START LAT/LON:        30.2910/-81.6565

END DATE:             APRIL 25 2015
END TIME:             558 PM EDT
END LOCATION:         5 MILES SOUTH OF ARLINGTON
END LAT/LON:          30.2688/-81.6058

$$

WALSH/SANDRIK


000
NOUS42 KJAX 270157
PNSJAX
FLZ040-221030-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSONVILLE FL
953 PM EDT SUN APR 26 2015

...NWS DAMAGE SURVEY RESULT FOR 4/25/15 SOUTHSIDE TORNADO IN DUVAL
COUNTY...

NWS METEOROLOGISTS HAVE CONFIRMED A TORNADO DEVELOPED AND MOVED
ASHORE IN THE SOUTHSIDE AREA OF DUVAL COUNTY JUST SOUTH OF RIVER
OAKS PARK AROUND 552 PM ON APRIL 25TH.

A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM PUSHED ESE THROUGH THE JAX METRO AREA AT ABOUT
50 MPH AND INTENSIFIED AS IT MOVED OVER THE ST. JOHNS RIVER.
RADAR IMAGERY INDICATES A BRIEF TIGHT ROTATION DEVELOPED ON THE NORTH
END OF A DEVELOPING DOWNBURST.

THE TORNADO MOVED ASHORE AND PUSHED JUST SOUTH OF HENDRICKS
ELEMENTARY SNAPPING TREES AND POWERLINES. SEVERAL STRUCTURES WERE
IMPACTED BY FALLING TREES AND LIMBS. INITIAL DAMAGE WAS TIGHTLY
CLUSTERED WITH A PATH OF APPROXIMATELY 200 YARDS. AS THE TORNADO
CROSSED PHILLIPS HIGHWAY SEVERAL BUSINESSES SUSTAINED ROOF DAMAGE.
TRAILERS IN THE PINE OAKS MOBILE HOME PARK WERE DAMAGED AS WELL.

THE TORNADO BEGAN TO TURN MORE TO THE SOUTHEAST AS IT PASSED I-95 AND
WIDENED TO 350 YARDS AS IT NEARED ENGLEWOOD HIGH SCHOOL.
AT ABOUT 5:58 PM THE TORNADO BEGAN TO WEAKEN AND DISSIPATE. A WIDE
SWATH OF STRAIGHT LINE WINDS CONTINUED TO CAUSE DAMAGE FURTHER TO
THE SOUTH AND EAST OF THE PATH UNTIL SHORTLY AFTER 6 PM. THE PATH
WIDTH VARIED FROM 200-350 YARDS ALONG A 3.45 MILE PATH. THE TORNADO
LASTED 5 OR 6 MINUTES WITH THE MAXIMUM WIND SPEEDS REACHING 104 MPH.



RATING:               EF-1
ESTIMATED PEAK WINDS: 104 MPH
PATH LENGTH/STATUTE:  3.45 MILES
PATH WIDTH/MAXIMUM:   350 YARDS
FATALITIES:           0
INJURIES:             0

START DATE:           APRIL 25 2015
START TIME:           552 PM EDT
START LOCATION:       4 MILES SOUTHWEST OF ARLINGTON
START LAT/LON:        30.2910/-81.6565

END DATE:             APRIL 25 2015
END TIME:             558 PM EDT
END LOCATION:         5 MILES SOUTH OF ARLINGTON
END LAT/LON:          30.2688/-81.6058

$$

WALSH/SANDRIK



000
NOUS42 KJAX 270157
PNSJAX
FLZ040-221030-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSONVILLE FL
953 PM EDT SUN APR 26 2015

...NWS DAMAGE SURVEY RESULT FOR 4/25/15 SOUTHSIDE TORNADO IN DUVAL
COUNTY...

NWS METEOROLOGISTS HAVE CONFIRMED A TORNADO DEVELOPED AND MOVED
ASHORE IN THE SOUTHSIDE AREA OF DUVAL COUNTY JUST SOUTH OF RIVER
OAKS PARK AROUND 552 PM ON APRIL 25TH.

A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM PUSHED ESE THROUGH THE JAX METRO AREA AT ABOUT
50 MPH AND INTENSIFIED AS IT MOVED OVER THE ST. JOHNS RIVER.
RADAR IMAGERY INDICATES A BRIEF TIGHT ROTATION DEVELOPED ON THE NORTH
END OF A DEVELOPING DOWNBURST.

THE TORNADO MOVED ASHORE AND PUSHED JUST SOUTH OF HENDRICKS
ELEMENTARY SNAPPING TREES AND POWERLINES. SEVERAL STRUCTURES WERE
IMPACTED BY FALLING TREES AND LIMBS. INITIAL DAMAGE WAS TIGHTLY
CLUSTERED WITH A PATH OF APPROXIMATELY 200 YARDS. AS THE TORNADO
CROSSED PHILLIPS HIGHWAY SEVERAL BUSINESSES SUSTAINED ROOF DAMAGE.
TRAILERS IN THE PINE OAKS MOBILE HOME PARK WERE DAMAGED AS WELL.

THE TORNADO BEGAN TO TURN MORE TO THE SOUTHEAST AS IT PASSED I-95 AND
WIDENED TO 350 YARDS AS IT NEARED ENGLEWOOD HIGH SCHOOL.
AT ABOUT 5:58 PM THE TORNADO BEGAN TO WEAKEN AND DISSIPATE. A WIDE
SWATH OF STRAIGHT LINE WINDS CONTINUED TO CAUSE DAMAGE FURTHER TO
THE SOUTH AND EAST OF THE PATH UNTIL SHORTLY AFTER 6 PM. THE PATH
WIDTH VARIED FROM 200-350 YARDS ALONG A 3.45 MILE PATH. THE TORNADO
LASTED 5 OR 6 MINUTES WITH THE MAXIMUM WIND SPEEDS REACHING 104 MPH.



RATING:               EF-1
ESTIMATED PEAK WINDS: 104 MPH
PATH LENGTH/STATUTE:  3.45 MILES
PATH WIDTH/MAXIMUM:   350 YARDS
FATALITIES:           0
INJURIES:             0

START DATE:           APRIL 25 2015
START TIME:           552 PM EDT
START LOCATION:       4 MILES SOUTHWEST OF ARLINGTON
START LAT/LON:        30.2910/-81.6565

END DATE:             APRIL 25 2015
END TIME:             558 PM EDT
END LOCATION:         5 MILES SOUTH OF ARLINGTON
END LAT/LON:          30.2688/-81.6058

$$

WALSH/SANDRIK


000
NOUS43 KMPX 270121
PNSMPX
MNZ041>045-047>070-073>078-082>085-091>093-WIZ014>016-023>028-250551-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
820 PM CDT SUN APR 26 2015

THE JAYNESVILLE NOAA WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTER IN MANKATO IS
CURRENTLY OUT OF SERVICE. A TECHNICIAN HAS BEEN DISPATCHED TO
THE SITE TO TRY TO ASCERTAIN THE NATURE OF THE OUTAGE.


$$

NWS TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN



000
NOUS43 KMPX 270121
PNSMPX
MNZ041>045-047>070-073>078-082>085-091>093-WIZ014>016-023>028-250551-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
820 PM CDT SUN APR 26 2015

THE JAYNESVILLE NOAA WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTER IN MANKATO IS
CURRENTLY OUT OF SERVICE. A TECHNICIAN HAS BEEN DISPATCHED TO
THE SITE TO TRY TO ASCERTAIN THE NATURE OF THE OUTAGE.


$$

NWS TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN


000
NOUS43 KMPX 270121 RRA
PNSMPX
MNZ041>045-047>070-073>078-082>085-091>093-WIZ014>016-023>028-260600-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
820 PM CDT SUN APR 26 2015

THE JAYNESVILLE NOAA WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTER IN MANKATO IS
CURRENTLY OUT OF SERVICE. A TECHNICIAN HAS BEEN DISPATCHED TO
THE SITE TO TRY TO ASCERTAIN THE NATURE OF THE OUTAGE.


$$

NWS TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN



000
NOUS43 KMPX 270121 RRA
PNSMPX
MNZ041>045-047>070-073>078-082>085-091>093-WIZ014>016-023>028-260600-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
820 PM CDT SUN APR 26 2015

THE JAYNESVILLE NOAA WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTER IN MANKATO IS
CURRENTLY OUT OF SERVICE. A TECHNICIAN HAS BEEN DISPATCHED TO
THE SITE TO TRY TO ASCERTAIN THE NATURE OF THE OUTAGE.


$$

NWS TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN


000
NOUS43 KLMK 270043
PNSLMK

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOUISVILLE KY
840 PM EDT Sun Apr 26 2015

...NWS Damage Survey for 04/25/2015 Adair County Tornado...

.Adair County Kentucky Tornado Damage Survey...

EF Scale Rating:           EF-1
Estimated Peak Wind:       105-110 MPH
Path Length/Statue/:       3.81 miles
Path Width/Maximum/:       150 yards
Fatalities:                0
Injuries:                  0

Start Date:                Apr 25 2015
Start Time:                09:29 PM EDT
Start Location:            1.5 miles NNE Glens Fork
Start Lat/Lon:             37.0324 / -85.2456

End Date:                  Apr 25 2015
End Times:                 09:36 PM EDT
End Location:              2 miles ENE Montpelier
End Lat/Lon:               37.0287 / -85.1771

Survey Summary:

The tornado first touched down 6 miles southeast of Columbia along
Dale Morrison Road.  Numerous trees were uprooted and a 145-foot
barn was destroyed, with the top sheared off an adjacent silo. It
then moved east into a wooded area, snapping and uprooting trees. A
mile to the east, it damaged three barns and uprooted and snapped
more trees along Montpelier Road. A home near the intersection of
Montpelier Rd and Old Montpelier Rd sustained minor siding damage.
After traveling another 3/4 mile east, the tornado appeared to
recycle, taking a turn to the right for its last 1/2 mile, where it
destroyed part of a large barn and slid the remaining structure 2
feet off it`s foundation, pulling several 18` deep concrete footings
out of the ground. Southeast of this barn it again made a distinct
cut into a large stand of trees before dissipating along Russell
Creek just past a bridge on Acree Rd.

EF Scale: The Enhanced Fujita Scale classifies tornadoes into the
following categories:

EF0...Weak......65 to 85 MPH
EF1...Weak......86 to 110 MPH
EF2...Strong....111 to 135 MPH
EF3...Strong....136 to 165 MPH
EF4...Violent...166 to 200 MPH
EF5...Violent...>200 MPH

Note: The information in this statement is preliminary and subject to
change pending final review of the event and publication in NWS
storm data.

For the latest updates, please visit our webpage at
weather.gov/louisville.

You can follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/nwslouisville.

You can follow us on Twitter at @nwslouisville.


$$

JBS






000
NOUS43 KLMK 270043
PNSLMK

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOUISVILLE KY
840 PM EDT Sun Apr 26 2015

...NWS Damage Survey for 04/25/2015 Adair County Tornado...

.Adair County Kentucky Tornado Damage Survey...

EF Scale Rating:           EF-1
Estimated Peak Wind:       105-110 MPH
Path Length/Statue/:       3.81 miles
Path Width/Maximum/:       150 yards
Fatalities:                0
Injuries:                  0

Start Date:                Apr 25 2015
Start Time:                09:29 PM EDT
Start Location:            1.5 miles NNE Glens Fork
Start Lat/Lon:             37.0324 / -85.2456

End Date:                  Apr 25 2015
End Times:                 09:36 PM EDT
End Location:              2 miles ENE Montpelier
End Lat/Lon:               37.0287 / -85.1771

Survey Summary:

The tornado first touched down 6 miles southeast of Columbia along
Dale Morrison Road.  Numerous trees were uprooted and a 145-foot
barn was destroyed, with the top sheared off an adjacent silo. It
then moved east into a wooded area, snapping and uprooting trees. A
mile to the east, it damaged three barns and uprooted and snapped
more trees along Montpelier Road. A home near the intersection of
Montpelier Rd and Old Montpelier Rd sustained minor siding damage.
After traveling another 3/4 mile east, the tornado appeared to
recycle, taking a turn to the right for its last 1/2 mile, where it
destroyed part of a large barn and slid the remaining structure 2
feet off it`s foundation, pulling several 18` deep concrete footings
out of the ground. Southeast of this barn it again made a distinct
cut into a large stand of trees before dissipating along Russell
Creek just past a bridge on Acree Rd.

EF Scale: The Enhanced Fujita Scale classifies tornadoes into the
following categories:

EF0...Weak......65 to 85 MPH
EF1...Weak......86 to 110 MPH
EF2...Strong....111 to 135 MPH
EF3...Strong....136 to 165 MPH
EF4...Violent...166 to 200 MPH
EF5...Violent...>200 MPH

Note: The information in this statement is preliminary and subject to
change pending final review of the event and publication in NWS
storm data.

For the latest updates, please visit our webpage at
weather.gov/louisville.

You can follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/nwslouisville.

You can follow us on Twitter at @nwslouisville.


$$

JBS






000
NOUS43 KLMK 270043
PNSLMK

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOUISVILLE KY
840 PM EDT Sun Apr 26 2015

...NWS Damage Survey for 04/25/2015 Adair County Tornado...

.Adair County Kentucky Tornado Damage Survey...

EF Scale Rating:           EF-1
Estimated Peak Wind:       105-110 MPH
Path Length/Statue/:       3.81 miles
Path Width/Maximum/:       150 yards
Fatalities:                0
Injuries:                  0

Start Date:                Apr 25 2015
Start Time:                09:29 PM EDT
Start Location:            1.5 miles NNE Glens Fork
Start Lat/Lon:             37.0324 / -85.2456

End Date:                  Apr 25 2015
End Times:                 09:36 PM EDT
End Location:              2 miles ENE Montpelier
End Lat/Lon:               37.0287 / -85.1771

Survey Summary:

The tornado first touched down 6 miles southeast of Columbia along
Dale Morrison Road.  Numerous trees were uprooted and a 145-foot
barn was destroyed, with the top sheared off an adjacent silo. It
then moved east into a wooded area, snapping and uprooting trees. A
mile to the east, it damaged three barns and uprooted and snapped
more trees along Montpelier Road. A home near the intersection of
Montpelier Rd and Old Montpelier Rd sustained minor siding damage.
After traveling another 3/4 mile east, the tornado appeared to
recycle, taking a turn to the right for its last 1/2 mile, where it
destroyed part of a large barn and slid the remaining structure 2
feet off it`s foundation, pulling several 18` deep concrete footings
out of the ground. Southeast of this barn it again made a distinct
cut into a large stand of trees before dissipating along Russell
Creek just past a bridge on Acree Rd.

EF Scale: The Enhanced Fujita Scale classifies tornadoes into the
following categories:

EF0...Weak......65 to 85 MPH
EF1...Weak......86 to 110 MPH
EF2...Strong....111 to 135 MPH
EF3...Strong....136 to 165 MPH
EF4...Violent...166 to 200 MPH
EF5...Violent...>200 MPH

Note: The information in this statement is preliminary and subject to
change pending final review of the event and publication in NWS
storm data.

For the latest updates, please visit our webpage at
weather.gov/louisville.

You can follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/nwslouisville.

You can follow us on Twitter at @nwslouisville.


$$

JBS






000
NOUS43 KLMK 270043
PNSLMK

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOUISVILLE KY
840 PM EDT Sun Apr 26 2015

...NWS Damage Survey for 04/25/2015 Adair County Tornado...

.Adair County Kentucky Tornado Damage Survey...

EF Scale Rating:           EF-1
Estimated Peak Wind:       105-110 MPH
Path Length/Statue/:       3.81 miles
Path Width/Maximum/:       150 yards
Fatalities:                0
Injuries:                  0

Start Date:                Apr 25 2015
Start Time:                09:29 PM EDT
Start Location:            1.5 miles NNE Glens Fork
Start Lat/Lon:             37.0324 / -85.2456

End Date:                  Apr 25 2015
End Times:                 09:36 PM EDT
End Location:              2 miles ENE Montpelier
End Lat/Lon:               37.0287 / -85.1771

Survey Summary:

The tornado first touched down 6 miles southeast of Columbia along
Dale Morrison Road.  Numerous trees were uprooted and a 145-foot
barn was destroyed, with the top sheared off an adjacent silo. It
then moved east into a wooded area, snapping and uprooting trees. A
mile to the east, it damaged three barns and uprooted and snapped
more trees along Montpelier Road. A home near the intersection of
Montpelier Rd and Old Montpelier Rd sustained minor siding damage.
After traveling another 3/4 mile east, the tornado appeared to
recycle, taking a turn to the right for its last 1/2 mile, where it
destroyed part of a large barn and slid the remaining structure 2
feet off it`s foundation, pulling several 18` deep concrete footings
out of the ground. Southeast of this barn it again made a distinct
cut into a large stand of trees before dissipating along Russell
Creek just past a bridge on Acree Rd.

EF Scale: The Enhanced Fujita Scale classifies tornadoes into the
following categories:

EF0...Weak......65 to 85 MPH
EF1...Weak......86 to 110 MPH
EF2...Strong....111 to 135 MPH
EF3...Strong....136 to 165 MPH
EF4...Violent...166 to 200 MPH
EF5...Violent...>200 MPH

Note: The information in this statement is preliminary and subject to
change pending final review of the event and publication in NWS
storm data.

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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOUISVILLE KY
840 PM EDT Sun Apr 26 2015

...NWS Damage Survey for 04/25/2015 Adair County Tornado...

.Adair County Kentucky Tornado Damage Survey...

EF Scale Rating:           EF-1
Estimated Peak Wind:       105-110 MPH
Path Length/Statue/:       3.81 miles
Path Width/Maximum/:       150 yards
Fatalities:                0
Injuries:                  0

Start Date:                Apr 25 2015
Start Time:                09:29 PM EDT
Start Location: