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SXAK49 PAFG 301337
RECAFG
AKZ225-010400-

DENALI RECREATIONAL FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FAIRBANKS AK
537 AM AKDT SAT APR 30 2016

THE FORECAST FOR THE LOWER ELEVATIONS OF DENALI PARK IS
COVERED BY THE DENALI ZONE FORECAST FOUND ONLINE AT
HTTP://PAFG.ARH.NOAA.GOV/ZONEFCST.PHP?ZONE=AKZ225
(ALL LOWER CASE EXCEPT AKZ225)
FLYING WEATHER FOR DENALI IS AT
HTTP://AAWU.ARH.NOAA.GOV/DENALI.PHP (ALL LOWER CASE)

ALTITUDE FORECAST...
WIND SPEEDS ABOVE 14 THOUSAND FEET ARE FREE AIR.
TEMPERATURES ARE FAHRENHEIT.

SYNOPSIS...A LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM NORTH OF THE MOUNTAIN SATURDAY
WILL PERSIST. A SECOND AND STRONGER WEATHER FRONT WILL APPROACH
THE MOUNTAIN FROM THE SOUTH SATURDAY NIGHT AND SUNDAY.

...7 THOUSAND FEET TO 14 THOUSAND FEET...
...WIND SPEEDS LESS THAN 20 MPH ARE NOT INCLUDED...

.SATURDAY...INCREASING CLOUDS. SCATTERED SNOW SHOWERS. LESS THAN
6 INCHES ACCUMULATION.
HIGH AT 14 THOUSAND FEET...AROUND 10 BELOW.

.SATURDAY NIGHT...MOSTLY CLOUDY. SCATTERED SNOW SHOWERS.
ACCUMULATION LESS THAN 6 INCHES.
LOW AT 14 THOUSAND FEET...NEAR 20 BELOW.

.SUNDAY...CLOUDY. SNOW LIKELY. SNOW ACCUMULATION AROUND 6 INCHES.
HIGH AT 14 THOUSAND FEET...NEAR 15 BELOW.

...ABOVE 14 THOUSAND FEET...

.SATURDAY...CLOUDS INCREASING.
HIGH AT 17 THOUSAND FEET...AROUND 25 BELOW.
WINDS FROM 17 THOUSAND FEET TO THE SUMMIT...SOUTHEAST 35 MPH.

.SATURDAY NIGHT...MOSTLY CLOUDY. SNOW LIKELY. SNOW ACCUMULATION
AROUND 6 INCHES.
LOW AT 17 THOUSAND FEET...NEAR 30 BELOW.
WINDS FROM 17 THOUSAND FEET TO THE SUMMIT...SOUTH WINDS TO 35 MPH.

.SUNDAY...MOSTLY CLOUDY. SNOW LIKELY. SNOW ACCUMULATION
AROUND 6 INCHES.
HIGH AT 17 THOUSAND FEET...NEAR 25 BELOW.
WINDS FROM 17 THOUSAND FEET TO THE SUMMIT...SOUTH WINDS TO 35 MPH.

.OUTLOOK MONDAY THROUGH WEDNESDAY...
SNOW LIKELY...POSSIBLY HEAVY LATE MONDAY INTO TUESDAY.
SUMMIT WINDS SOUTHEAST 35 MPH.

$$
CF APR 16




000
SXAK49 PAFG 300135
RECAFG
AKZ225-302045-

DENALI RECREATIONAL FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FAIRBANKS AK
535 PM AKDT FRI APR 29 2016

THE FORECAST FOR THE LOWER ELEVATIONS OF DENALI PARK IS
COVERED BY THE DENALI ZONE FORECAST FOUND ONLINE AT
HTTP://PAFG.ARH.NOAA.GOV/ZONEFCST.PHP?ZONE=AKZ225
(ALL LOWER CASE EXCEPT AKZ225)
FLYING WEATHER FOR DENALI IS AT
HTTP://AAWU.ARH.NOAA.GOV/DENALI.PHP (ALL LOWER CASE)

ALTITUDE FORECAST...
WIND SPEEDS ABOVE 14 THOUSAND FEET ARE FREE AIR.
TEMPERATURES ARE FAHRENHEIT.

SYNOPSIS...A LOW PRESSURE TROUGH SOUTH OF THE MOUNTAIN WILL MOVE
OVER THE MOUNTAIN TONIGHT AND NORTH OF THE MOUNTAIN SATURDAY.
A SECOND AND STRONGER WEATHER FRONT WILL APPROACH THE MOUNTAIN
FROM THE SOUTH SATURDAY NIGHT AND SUNDAY.

...7 THOUSAND FEET TO 14 THOUSAND FEET...
...WIND SPEEDS LESS THAN 20 MPH ARE NOT INCLUDED...

.FRIDAY NIGHT...SCATTERED SNOW SHOWERS THIS EVENING...THEN
PARTLY CLOUDY AFTER MIDNIGHT. ACCUMULATION LESS THAN 6 INCHES.
LOW AT 14 THOUSAND FEET...AROUND 20 BELOW.

.SATURDAY...INCREASING CLOUDS.
HIGH AT 14 THOUSAND FEET...AROUND 10 BELOW.

...ABOVE 14 THOUSAND FEET...

.FRIDAY NIGHT...DECREASING CLOUDS.
LOW AT 17 THOUSAND FEET...AROUND 30 BELOW.
WINDS FROM 17 THOUSAND FEET TO THE SUMMIT...SOUTHEAST 30 MPH.

.SATURDAY...CLOUDS INCREASING.
HIGH AT 17 THOUSAND FEET...AROUND 25 BELOW.
WINDS FROM 17 THOUSAND FEET TO THE SUMMIT...SOUTHEAST 35 MPH.


.OUTLOOK SUNDAY THROUGH TUESDAY...
SNOW LIKELY...POSSIBLY HEAVY LATE MONDAY INTO TUESDAY.
SUMMIT WINDS SOUTHEAST 35 MPH.

$$
JB APR 16




000
SXAK49 PAFG 300135
RECAFG
AKZ225-302045-

DENALI RECREATIONAL FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FAIRBANKS AK
535 PM AKDT FRI APR 29 2016

THE FORECAST FOR THE LOWER ELEVATIONS OF DENALI PARK IS
COVERED BY THE DENALI ZONE FORECAST FOUND ONLINE AT
HTTP://PAFG.ARH.NOAA.GOV/ZONEFCST.PHP?ZONE=AKZ225
(ALL LOWER CASE EXCEPT AKZ225)
FLYING WEATHER FOR DENALI IS AT
HTTP://AAWU.ARH.NOAA.GOV/DENALI.PHP (ALL LOWER CASE)

ALTITUDE FORECAST...
WIND SPEEDS ABOVE 14 THOUSAND FEET ARE FREE AIR.
TEMPERATURES ARE FAHRENHEIT.

SYNOPSIS...A LOW PRESSURE TROUGH SOUTH OF THE MOUNTAIN WILL MOVE
OVER THE MOUNTAIN TONIGHT AND NORTH OF THE MOUNTAIN SATURDAY.
A SECOND AND STRONGER WEATHER FRONT WILL APPROACH THE MOUNTAIN
FROM THE SOUTH SATURDAY NIGHT AND SUNDAY.

...7 THOUSAND FEET TO 14 THOUSAND FEET...
...WIND SPEEDS LESS THAN 20 MPH ARE NOT INCLUDED...

.FRIDAY NIGHT...SCATTERED SNOW SHOWERS THIS EVENING...THEN
PARTLY CLOUDY AFTER MIDNIGHT. ACCUMULATION LESS THAN 6 INCHES.
LOW AT 14 THOUSAND FEET...AROUND 20 BELOW.

.SATURDAY...INCREASING CLOUDS.
HIGH AT 14 THOUSAND FEET...AROUND 10 BELOW.

...ABOVE 14 THOUSAND FEET...

.FRIDAY NIGHT...DECREASING CLOUDS.
LOW AT 17 THOUSAND FEET...AROUND 30 BELOW.
WINDS FROM 17 THOUSAND FEET TO THE SUMMIT...SOUTHEAST 30 MPH.

.SATURDAY...CLOUDS INCREASING.
HIGH AT 17 THOUSAND FEET...AROUND 25 BELOW.
WINDS FROM 17 THOUSAND FEET TO THE SUMMIT...SOUTHEAST 35 MPH.


.OUTLOOK SUNDAY THROUGH TUESDAY...
SNOW LIKELY...POSSIBLY HEAVY LATE MONDAY INTO TUESDAY.
SUMMIT WINDS SOUTHEAST 35 MPH.

$$
JB APR 16




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