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NOAK49 PAFG 022206
PNSAFG
AKZ218>226-031015-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FAIRBANKS AK
206 PM AKDT TUE SEP 2 2014

...STORM SYSTEM BRING HEAVY RAINFALL...

A WEATHER SYSTEM MOVED ACROSS NORTHERN ALASKA BRINGING HEAVY
RAINFALL TO PORTIONS OF THE INTERIOR AS WELL AS SNOW TO THE
ALASKA AND BROOKS RANGES. THE FAIRBANKS AIRPORT RECEIVED 2.24
INCHES OF RAIN BETWEEN NOON MONDAY AND 11 AM TUESDAY. THE 24 HOUR
PERIOD ENDING AT 11 AM TUESDAY IS THE WETTEST 24 HOUR PERIOD ON
RECORD FOR THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER. THE PREVIOUS RECORD WAS 1.61
INCHES THAT FELL ON 15 SEPTEMBER 1925. THE 2.24 INCHES OF RAINFALL
BETWEEN NOON YESTERDAY AND 11 AM TUESDAY ALSO SETS THE RECORD FOR
THE GREATEST RAINFALL AMOUNT OVER TWO CALENDER DAYS FOR THE MONTH
OF SEPTEMBER. THE PREVIOUS TWO CALENDER DAY RECORD WAS 2.03
INCHES THAT FELL ON 15-16 SEPTEMBER 1925.

HERE IS A LIST OF STORM RAINFALL TOTALS THROUGH 11 AM TUESDAY:

ANGEL CREEK RAWS..................................... 2.78 INCHES
FAIRBANKS AIRPORT.................................... 2.24 INCHES
GOLDSTREAM CREEK..................................... 2.09 INCHES
COLLEGE OBSERVATORY (UAF WEST RIDGE)................. 1.83 INCHES
NENANA AIRPORT....................................... 1.76 INCHES
MCKINLEY PARK........................................ 1.45 INCHES
CHATANIKA RAWS....................................... 1.33 INCHES
DENALI VISITOR CENTER................................ 1.33 INCHES
FORT WAINWRIGHT...................................... 1.29 INCHES
EIELSON AFB.......................................... 1.25 INCHES
MCKINLEY RIVER RAWS.................................. 1.21 INCHES
TANANA AIRPORT....................................... 0.89 INCHES

$$

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000
NOAK49 PAFG 022206 CCA
PNSAFG
AKZ218>226-031015-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...CORRECTED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FAIRBANKS AK
206 PM AKDT TUE SEP 2 2014

...STORM SYSTEM BRINGS HEAVY RAINFALL TO THE INTERIOR...

A WEATHER SYSTEM MOVED ACROSS NORTHERN ALASKA BRINGING HEAVY
RAINFALL TO PORTIONS OF THE INTERIOR AS WELL AS SNOW TO THE
ALASKA AND BROOKS RANGES. THE FAIRBANKS AIRPORT RECEIVED 2.24
INCHES OF RAIN BETWEEN NOON MONDAY AND 11 AM TUESDAY. THE 24 HOUR
PERIOD ENDING AT 11 AM TUESDAY IS THE WETTEST 24 HOUR PERIOD ON
RECORD FOR THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER. THE PREVIOUS RECORD WAS 1.61
INCHES THAT FELL ON 15 SEPTEMBER 1925. THE 2.24 INCHES OF RAINFALL
BETWEEN NOON YESTERDAY AND 11 AM TUESDAY ALSO SETS THE RECORD FOR
THE GREATEST RAINFALL AMOUNT OVER TWO CALENDER DAYS FOR THE MONTH
OF SEPTEMBER. THE PREVIOUS TWO CALENDER DAY RECORD WAS 2.03
INCHES THAT FELL ON 15-16 SEPTEMBER 1925.

HERE IS A LIST OF STORM RAINFALL TOTALS THROUGH 11 AM TUESDAY:

ANGEL CREEK RAWS..................................... 2.78 INCHES
FAIRBANKS AIRPORT.................................... 2.24 INCHES
GOLDSTREAM CREEK..................................... 2.09 INCHES
COLLEGE OBSERVATORY (UAF WEST RIDGE)................. 1.83 INCHES
NENANA AIRPORT....................................... 1.76 INCHES
MCKINLEY PARK........................................ 1.45 INCHES
CHATANIKA RAWS....................................... 1.33 INCHES
DENALI VISITOR CENTER................................ 1.33 INCHES
FORT WAINWRIGHT...................................... 1.29 INCHES
EIELSON AFB.......................................... 1.25 INCHES
MCKINLEY RIVER RAWS.................................. 1.21 INCHES
TANANA AIRPORT....................................... 0.89 INCHES

$$

RM



000
NOAK49 PAFG 022206 CCA
PNSAFG
AKZ218>226-031015-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...CORRECTED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FAIRBANKS AK
206 PM AKDT TUE SEP 2 2014

...STORM SYSTEM BRINGS HEAVY RAINFALL TO THE INTERIOR...

A WEATHER SYSTEM MOVED ACROSS NORTHERN ALASKA BRINGING HEAVY
RAINFALL TO PORTIONS OF THE INTERIOR AS WELL AS SNOW TO THE
ALASKA AND BROOKS RANGES. THE FAIRBANKS AIRPORT RECEIVED 2.24
INCHES OF RAIN BETWEEN NOON MONDAY AND 11 AM TUESDAY. THE 24 HOUR
PERIOD ENDING AT 11 AM TUESDAY IS THE WETTEST 24 HOUR PERIOD ON
RECORD FOR THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER. THE PREVIOUS RECORD WAS 1.61
INCHES THAT FELL ON 15 SEPTEMBER 1925. THE 2.24 INCHES OF RAINFALL
BETWEEN NOON YESTERDAY AND 11 AM TUESDAY ALSO SETS THE RECORD FOR
THE GREATEST RAINFALL AMOUNT OVER TWO CALENDER DAYS FOR THE MONTH
OF SEPTEMBER. THE PREVIOUS TWO CALENDER DAY RECORD WAS 2.03
INCHES THAT FELL ON 15-16 SEPTEMBER 1925.

HERE IS A LIST OF STORM RAINFALL TOTALS THROUGH 11 AM TUESDAY:

ANGEL CREEK RAWS..................................... 2.78 INCHES
FAIRBANKS AIRPORT.................................... 2.24 INCHES
GOLDSTREAM CREEK..................................... 2.09 INCHES
COLLEGE OBSERVATORY (UAF WEST RIDGE)................. 1.83 INCHES
NENANA AIRPORT....................................... 1.76 INCHES
MCKINLEY PARK........................................ 1.45 INCHES
CHATANIKA RAWS....................................... 1.33 INCHES
DENALI VISITOR CENTER................................ 1.33 INCHES
FORT WAINWRIGHT...................................... 1.29 INCHES
EIELSON AFB.......................................... 1.25 INCHES
MCKINLEY RIVER RAWS.................................. 1.21 INCHES
TANANA AIRPORT....................................... 0.89 INCHES

$$

RM



000
NOAK49 PAFG 022206 CCA
PNSAFG
AKZ218>226-031015-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...CORRECTED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FAIRBANKS AK
206 PM AKDT TUE SEP 2 2014

...STORM SYSTEM BRINGS HEAVY RAINFALL TO THE INTERIOR...

A WEATHER SYSTEM MOVED ACROSS NORTHERN ALASKA BRINGING HEAVY
RAINFALL TO PORTIONS OF THE INTERIOR AS WELL AS SNOW TO THE
ALASKA AND BROOKS RANGES. THE FAIRBANKS AIRPORT RECEIVED 2.24
INCHES OF RAIN BETWEEN NOON MONDAY AND 11 AM TUESDAY. THE 24 HOUR
PERIOD ENDING AT 11 AM TUESDAY IS THE WETTEST 24 HOUR PERIOD ON
RECORD FOR THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER. THE PREVIOUS RECORD WAS 1.61
INCHES THAT FELL ON 15 SEPTEMBER 1925. THE 2.24 INCHES OF RAINFALL
BETWEEN NOON YESTERDAY AND 11 AM TUESDAY ALSO SETS THE RECORD FOR
THE GREATEST RAINFALL AMOUNT OVER TWO CALENDER DAYS FOR THE MONTH
OF SEPTEMBER. THE PREVIOUS TWO CALENDER DAY RECORD WAS 2.03
INCHES THAT FELL ON 15-16 SEPTEMBER 1925.

HERE IS A LIST OF STORM RAINFALL TOTALS THROUGH 11 AM TUESDAY:

ANGEL CREEK RAWS..................................... 2.78 INCHES
FAIRBANKS AIRPORT.................................... 2.24 INCHES
GOLDSTREAM CREEK..................................... 2.09 INCHES
COLLEGE OBSERVATORY (UAF WEST RIDGE)................. 1.83 INCHES
NENANA AIRPORT....................................... 1.76 INCHES
MCKINLEY PARK........................................ 1.45 INCHES
CHATANIKA RAWS....................................... 1.33 INCHES
DENALI VISITOR CENTER................................ 1.33 INCHES
FORT WAINWRIGHT...................................... 1.29 INCHES
EIELSON AFB.......................................... 1.25 INCHES
MCKINLEY RIVER RAWS.................................. 1.21 INCHES
TANANA AIRPORT....................................... 0.89 INCHES

$$

RM



000
NOAK49 PAFG 022206 CCA
PNSAFG
AKZ218>226-031015-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...CORRECTED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FAIRBANKS AK
206 PM AKDT TUE SEP 2 2014

...STORM SYSTEM BRINGS HEAVY RAINFALL TO THE INTERIOR...

A WEATHER SYSTEM MOVED ACROSS NORTHERN ALASKA BRINGING HEAVY
RAINFALL TO PORTIONS OF THE INTERIOR AS WELL AS SNOW TO THE
ALASKA AND BROOKS RANGES. THE FAIRBANKS AIRPORT RECEIVED 2.24
INCHES OF RAIN BETWEEN NOON MONDAY AND 11 AM TUESDAY. THE 24 HOUR
PERIOD ENDING AT 11 AM TUESDAY IS THE WETTEST 24 HOUR PERIOD ON
RECORD FOR THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER. THE PREVIOUS RECORD WAS 1.61
INCHES THAT FELL ON 15 SEPTEMBER 1925. THE 2.24 INCHES OF RAINFALL
BETWEEN NOON YESTERDAY AND 11 AM TUESDAY ALSO SETS THE RECORD FOR
THE GREATEST RAINFALL AMOUNT OVER TWO CALENDER DAYS FOR THE MONTH
OF SEPTEMBER. THE PREVIOUS TWO CALENDER DAY RECORD WAS 2.03
INCHES THAT FELL ON 15-16 SEPTEMBER 1925.

HERE IS A LIST OF STORM RAINFALL TOTALS THROUGH 11 AM TUESDAY:

ANGEL CREEK RAWS..................................... 2.78 INCHES
FAIRBANKS AIRPORT.................................... 2.24 INCHES
GOLDSTREAM CREEK..................................... 2.09 INCHES
COLLEGE OBSERVATORY (UAF WEST RIDGE)................. 1.83 INCHES
NENANA AIRPORT....................................... 1.76 INCHES
MCKINLEY PARK........................................ 1.45 INCHES
CHATANIKA RAWS....................................... 1.33 INCHES
DENALI VISITOR CENTER................................ 1.33 INCHES
FORT WAINWRIGHT...................................... 1.29 INCHES
EIELSON AFB.......................................... 1.25 INCHES
MCKINLEY RIVER RAWS.................................. 1.21 INCHES
TANANA AIRPORT....................................... 0.89 INCHES

$$

RM



000
NOAK49 PAFG 022206
PNSAFG
AKZ218>226-031015-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FAIRBANKS AK
206 PM AKDT TUE SEP 2 2014

...STORM SYSTEM BRING HEAVY RAINFALL...

A WEATHER SYSTEM MOVED ACROSS NORTHERN ALASKA BRINGING HEAVY
RAINFALL TO PORTIONS OF THE INTERIOR AS WELL AS SNOW TO THE
ALASKA AND BROOKS RANGES. THE FAIRBANKS AIRPORT RECEIVED 2.24
INCHES OF RAIN BETWEEN NOON MONDAY AND 11 AM TUESDAY. THE 24 HOUR
PERIOD ENDING AT 11 AM TUESDAY IS THE WETTEST 24 HOUR PERIOD ON
RECORD FOR THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER. THE PREVIOUS RECORD WAS 1.61
INCHES THAT FELL ON 15 SEPTEMBER 1925. THE 2.24 INCHES OF RAINFALL
BETWEEN NOON YESTERDAY AND 11 AM TUESDAY ALSO SETS THE RECORD FOR
THE GREATEST RAINFALL AMOUNT OVER TWO CALENDER DAYS FOR THE MONTH
OF SEPTEMBER. THE PREVIOUS TWO CALENDER DAY RECORD WAS 2.03
INCHES THAT FELL ON 15-16 SEPTEMBER 1925.

HERE IS A LIST OF STORM RAINFALL TOTALS THROUGH 11 AM TUESDAY:

ANGEL CREEK RAWS..................................... 2.78 INCHES
FAIRBANKS AIRPORT.................................... 2.24 INCHES
GOLDSTREAM CREEK..................................... 2.09 INCHES
COLLEGE OBSERVATORY (UAF WEST RIDGE)................. 1.83 INCHES
NENANA AIRPORT....................................... 1.76 INCHES
MCKINLEY PARK........................................ 1.45 INCHES
CHATANIKA RAWS....................................... 1.33 INCHES
DENALI VISITOR CENTER................................ 1.33 INCHES
FORT WAINWRIGHT...................................... 1.29 INCHES
EIELSON AFB.......................................... 1.25 INCHES
MCKINLEY RIVER RAWS.................................. 1.21 INCHES
TANANA AIRPORT....................................... 0.89 INCHES

$$

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NWAK59 PAFG 022144
LSRAFG

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FAIRBANKS AK
144 PM AKDT TUE SEP 02 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

1200 PM     HEAVY RAIN       3 E FAIRBANKS           64.84N 147.55W
09/02/2014  M1.75 INCH                          AK   NWS EMPLOYEE

            STORM TOTAL RAINFALL.

0100 PM     HEAVY SNOW       40 WSW MCKINLEY PARK    63.48N 150.15W
09/02/2014  M5.0 INCH                           AK   PARK/FOREST SRVC

            5 INCHES OF SNOW FELL OVER THE PAST 24 HOURS AT HIGHWAY
            PASS ON THE DENALI PARK ROAD...ELV 3980 FEET. THE PARK
            ROAD WAS BREFILY CLOSED THIS MORNING DUE TO SNOW.


&&

$$

METZGER



000
NOAK49 PAFG 021948 CCA
PNSAFG
AKZ222-030800-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...CORRECTED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FAIRBANKS AK
1148 AM AKDT TUE SEP 2 2014

...MONTHLY WEATHER SUMMARY FOR AUGUST FOR FAIRBANKS ALASKA...

AUGUST 2014 WAS WARM AND WET IN FAIRBANKS AND HELPED PUSH THE
SUMMER SEASON RAINFALL TOTALS TO A NEW RECORD IN FAIRBANKS.

THE AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE AT THE FAIRBANKS AIRPORT WAS 68.9
DEGREES WHICH WAS 3.0 DEGREES ABOVE THE NORMAL HIGH TEMPERATURE
OF 65.9 DEGREES. THE AVERAGE LOW TEMPERATURE WAS 49.3 DEGREES
WHICH WAS 2.9 DEGREES ABOVE THE AVERAGE LOW TEMPERATURE OF 46.4
DEGREES. THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE FOR THE MONTH OF AUGUST WAS 59.1
DEGREES WHICH WAS 3.0 DEGREES ABOVE THE NORMAL OF 56.1 DEGREES.
AUGUST WAS THE ONLY MONTH OF THE SUMMER SEASON FROM 1 JUNE TO 31
AUGUST TO RANK ABOVE NORMAL. AUGUST RANKED AS THE 15TH WARMEST OF
108 YEAR OF RECORD.

THE WARMEST TEMPERATURE RECORDED AT THE FAIRBANKS INTERNATIONAL
AIRPORT FOR AUGUST 2014 WAS 80 DEGREES WHICH OCCURRED ON THE
11TH. THIS WAS ONLY THE 4TH 80 DEGREE OR WARMER DAY TO OCCUR IN
FAIRBANKS DURING THE SUMMER SEASON. THIS IS A MARKED DIFFERENCE
FROM LAST YEAR WHEN 36 DAYS OF 80 DEGREES OR WARMER OCCURRED
DURING THE SUMMER SEASON. THE AVERAGE NUMBER OF 80 DEGREE DAYS
FOR A SUMMER SEASON IN FAIRBANKS IS 11.

THE LOWEST TEMPERATURE RECORDED AT THE FAIRBANKS INTERNATIONAL
AIRPORT FOR AUGUST 2014 WAS 33 DEGREES WHICH OCCURRED ON THE
30TH. A COLD AIRMASS MOVED INTO THE AREA DURING THE LAST TWO DAYS
OF THE MONTH PROMPTING FROST ADVISORIES FOR THE FAIRBANKS
AREA. ALTHOUGH THE AIRPORT DID NOT FALL TO FREEZING OR BELOW MANY
OUTLYING AREAS DROPPED INTO THE LOWER TO MID 20S ON THE LAST TWO
MORNINGS OF THE MONTH.

2.29 INCHES OF RAIN FELL AT THE FAIRBANKS AIRPORT DURING THE MONTH
OF AUGUST WHICH WAS 0.41 INCHES ABOVE THE NORMAL AUGUST RAINFALL
OF 1.88 INCHES. THIS WAS THE THIRD MONTH OF ABOVE NORMAL RAINFALL
IN THE FAIRBANKS AREA. ALTHOUGH AUGUST 2014 ONLY RANKED AS THE 33
WETTEST OF 108 YEARS OF RECORD...COMBINED WITH JUNE AND JULY THE
SUMMER OF 2014 RANKED AS THE WETTEST ON RECORD WITH AN INCREDIBLE
11.62 INCHES OF RAIN FALLING AT THE FAIRBANKS AIRPORT. THIS IS
215 PERCENT OF THE NORMAL SUMMER RAINFALL OF 5.40 INCHES.

NORMAL ANNUAL PRECIPITATION FOR FAIRBANKS IS 10.82 INCHES. AS OF
THE 2ND OF SEPTEMBER 14.96 INCHES OF PRECIP HAS FALLEN AT
FAIRBANKS IN 2014. THIS YEAR TO DATE TOTAL ALREADY RANKS AS THE
11TH WETTEST ANNUAL PRECIP TOTAL JANUARY 1ST TO DECEMBER 31ST ON
RECORD. THE GREATEST ANNUAL TOTAL PRECIP THAT HAS FALLEN IN
FAIRBANKS IS 18.52 INCHES WHICH OCCURRED IN 1990.

LOOKING FORWARD TO SEPTEMBER...POSSIBLE SUNSHINE CONTINUES TO
DECREASE BY 6 AND A HALF MINUTES PER DAY WITH DAY LIGHT HOURS
DECREASING FROM 14 HOURS AND 37 MINUTES ON THE 1ST TO 11 HOURS AND
24 MINUTES ON THE 30TH. THE AVERAGE DAILY HIGH TEMPERATURE
DECREASES FROM 60.5 DEGREES ON THE 1ST TO 46.2 DEGREES ON THE
30TH. THE AVERAGE DAILY LOW TEMPERATURE DECREASES FROM 41.3
DEGREES ON THE 1ST TO 30.1 DEGREES ON THE 30TH. AVERAGE RAINFALL
IS 1.1 INCHES AND AVERAGE SNOWFALL IN SEPTEMBER IN FAIRBANKS IS
1.8 INCHES.

SEPTEMBER CAN BE A MONTH OF EXTREMES. THE WARMEST TEMPERATURE ON
RECORD FOR SEPTEMBER IN FAIRBANKS IS 84 DEGREES AND OCCURRED IN
1957. THE COLDEST TEMPERATURE ON RECORD FOR SEPTEMBER IN FAIRBANKS
IS 3 ABOVE AND OCCURRED IN 1992. MEASURABLE SNOWFALL HAS BEEN
OBSERVED IN SEPTEMBER ON ABOUT 2 OUT OF EVERY 3 YEARS. HEAVY SNOW
EVENTS ARE INFREQUENT BUT ARE NOT UNHEARD OF IN SEPTEMBER. LONG
TIME RESIDENTS WILL RECALL 1992 WHEN OVER TWO FEET OF SNOW FELL
DURING A TEN DAY PERIOD.

THE FORECAST FOR SEPTEMBER FROM THE CLIMATE PREDICTION CENTER
CALLS FOR INCREASED CHANCES OF ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES AND EQUAL
CHANCES FOR BELOW NORMAL...NEAR NORMAL OR ABOVE NORMAL PRECIPITATION.


OBSERVED LAST MONTH...08/2014

                         OBSERVED   RANK
AVG MAX TEMP (F)             68.9   25TH WARMEST OF 108 YEARS
AVG MIN TEMP (F)             49.3   11TH WARMEST OF 108 YEARS
AVG TEMP (F)                 59.1   15TH WARMEST OF 108 YEARS
TOTAL PRECIP (IN)            2.29   33RD WETTEST OF 102 YEARS

CCC

$$



000
NOAK49 PAFG 021948 CCA
PNSAFG
AKZ222-030800-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...CORRECTED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FAIRBANKS AK
1148 AM AKDT TUE SEP 2 2014

...MONTHLY WEATHER SUMMARY FOR AUGUST FOR FAIRBANKS ALASKA...

AUGUST 2014 WAS WARM AND WET IN FAIRBANKS AND HELPED PUSH THE
SUMMER SEASON RAINFALL TOTALS TO A NEW RECORD IN FAIRBANKS.

THE AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE AT THE FAIRBANKS AIRPORT WAS 68.9
DEGREES WHICH WAS 3.0 DEGREES ABOVE THE NORMAL HIGH TEMPERATURE
OF 65.9 DEGREES. THE AVERAGE LOW TEMPERATURE WAS 49.3 DEGREES
WHICH WAS 2.9 DEGREES ABOVE THE AVERAGE LOW TEMPERATURE OF 46.4
DEGREES. THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE FOR THE MONTH OF AUGUST WAS 59.1
DEGREES WHICH WAS 3.0 DEGREES ABOVE THE NORMAL OF 56.1 DEGREES.
AUGUST WAS THE ONLY MONTH OF THE SUMMER SEASON FROM 1 JUNE TO 31
AUGUST TO RANK ABOVE NORMAL. AUGUST RANKED AS THE 15TH WARMEST OF
108 YEAR OF RECORD.

THE WARMEST TEMPERATURE RECORDED AT THE FAIRBANKS INTERNATIONAL
AIRPORT FOR AUGUST 2014 WAS 80 DEGREES WHICH OCCURRED ON THE
11TH. THIS WAS ONLY THE 4TH 80 DEGREE OR WARMER DAY TO OCCUR IN
FAIRBANKS DURING THE SUMMER SEASON. THIS IS A MARKED DIFFERENCE
FROM LAST YEAR WHEN 36 DAYS OF 80 DEGREES OR WARMER OCCURRED
DURING THE SUMMER SEASON. THE AVERAGE NUMBER OF 80 DEGREE DAYS
FOR A SUMMER SEASON IN FAIRBANKS IS 11.

THE LOWEST TEMPERATURE RECORDED AT THE FAIRBANKS INTERNATIONAL
AIRPORT FOR AUGUST 2014 WAS 33 DEGREES WHICH OCCURRED ON THE
30TH. A COLD AIRMASS MOVED INTO THE AREA DURING THE LAST TWO DAYS
OF THE MONTH PROMPTING FROST ADVISORIES FOR THE FAIRBANKS
AREA. ALTHOUGH THE AIRPORT DID NOT FALL TO FREEZING OR BELOW MANY
OUTLYING AREAS DROPPED INTO THE LOWER TO MID 20S ON THE LAST TWO
MORNINGS OF THE MONTH.

2.29 INCHES OF RAIN FELL AT THE FAIRBANKS AIRPORT DURING THE MONTH
OF AUGUST WHICH WAS 0.41 INCHES ABOVE THE NORMAL AUGUST RAINFALL
OF 1.88 INCHES. THIS WAS THE THIRD MONTH OF ABOVE NORMAL RAINFALL
IN THE FAIRBANKS AREA. ALTHOUGH AUGUST 2014 ONLY RANKED AS THE 33
WETTEST OF 108 YEARS OF RECORD...COMBINED WITH JUNE AND JULY THE
SUMMER OF 2014 RANKED AS THE WETTEST ON RECORD WITH AN INCREDIBLE
11.62 INCHES OF RAIN FALLING AT THE FAIRBANKS AIRPORT. THIS IS
215 PERCENT OF THE NORMAL SUMMER RAINFALL OF 5.40 INCHES.

NORMAL ANNUAL PRECIPITATION FOR FAIRBANKS IS 10.82 INCHES. AS OF
THE 2ND OF SEPTEMBER 14.96 INCHES OF PRECIP HAS FALLEN AT
FAIRBANKS IN 2014. THIS YEAR TO DATE TOTAL ALREADY RANKS AS THE
11TH WETTEST ANNUAL PRECIP TOTAL JANUARY 1ST TO DECEMBER 31ST ON
RECORD. THE GREATEST ANNUAL TOTAL PRECIP THAT HAS FALLEN IN
FAIRBANKS IS 18.52 INCHES WHICH OCCURRED IN 1990.

LOOKING FORWARD TO SEPTEMBER...POSSIBLE SUNSHINE CONTINUES TO
DECREASE BY 6 AND A HALF MINUTES PER DAY WITH DAY LIGHT HOURS
DECREASING FROM 14 HOURS AND 37 MINUTES ON THE 1ST TO 11 HOURS AND
24 MINUTES ON THE 30TH. THE AVERAGE DAILY HIGH TEMPERATURE
DECREASES FROM 60.5 DEGREES ON THE 1ST TO 46.2 DEGREES ON THE
30TH. THE AVERAGE DAILY LOW TEMPERATURE DECREASES FROM 41.3
DEGREES ON THE 1ST TO 30.1 DEGREES ON THE 30TH. AVERAGE RAINFALL
IS 1.1 INCHES AND AVERAGE SNOWFALL IN SEPTEMBER IN FAIRBANKS IS
1.8 INCHES.

SEPTEMBER CAN BE A MONTH OF EXTREMES. THE WARMEST TEMPERATURE ON
RECORD FOR SEPTEMBER IN FAIRBANKS IS 84 DEGREES AND OCCURRED IN
1957. THE COLDEST TEMPERATURE ON RECORD FOR SEPTEMBER IN FAIRBANKS
IS 3 ABOVE AND OCCURRED IN 1992. MEASURABLE SNOWFALL HAS BEEN
OBSERVED IN SEPTEMBER ON ABOUT 2 OUT OF EVERY 3 YEARS. HEAVY SNOW
EVENTS ARE INFREQUENT BUT ARE NOT UNHEARD OF IN SEPTEMBER. LONG
TIME RESIDENTS WILL RECALL 1992 WHEN OVER TWO FEET OF SNOW FELL
DURING A TEN DAY PERIOD.

THE FORECAST FOR SEPTEMBER FROM THE CLIMATE PREDICTION CENTER
CALLS FOR INCREASED CHANCES OF ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES AND EQUAL
CHANCES FOR BELOW NORMAL...NEAR NORMAL OR ABOVE NORMAL PRECIPITATION.


OBSERVED LAST MONTH...08/2014

                         OBSERVED   RANK
AVG MAX TEMP (F)             68.9   25TH WARMEST OF 108 YEARS
AVG MIN TEMP (F)             49.3   11TH WARMEST OF 108 YEARS
AVG TEMP (F)                 59.1   15TH WARMEST OF 108 YEARS
TOTAL PRECIP (IN)            2.29   33RD WETTEST OF 102 YEARS

CCC

$$



000
NOAK49 PAFG 021948 CCA
PNSAFG
AKZ222-030800-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...CORRECTED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FAIRBANKS AK
1148 AM AKDT TUE SEP 2 2014

...MONTHLY WEATHER SUMMARY FOR AUGUST FOR FAIRBANKS ALASKA...

AUGUST 2014 WAS WARM AND WET IN FAIRBANKS AND HELPED PUSH THE
SUMMER SEASON RAINFALL TOTALS TO A NEW RECORD IN FAIRBANKS.

THE AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE AT THE FAIRBANKS AIRPORT WAS 68.9
DEGREES WHICH WAS 3.0 DEGREES ABOVE THE NORMAL HIGH TEMPERATURE
OF 65.9 DEGREES. THE AVERAGE LOW TEMPERATURE WAS 49.3 DEGREES
WHICH WAS 2.9 DEGREES ABOVE THE AVERAGE LOW TEMPERATURE OF 46.4
DEGREES. THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE FOR THE MONTH OF AUGUST WAS 59.1
DEGREES WHICH WAS 3.0 DEGREES ABOVE THE NORMAL OF 56.1 DEGREES.
AUGUST WAS THE ONLY MONTH OF THE SUMMER SEASON FROM 1 JUNE TO 31
AUGUST TO RANK ABOVE NORMAL. AUGUST RANKED AS THE 15TH WARMEST OF
108 YEAR OF RECORD.

THE WARMEST TEMPERATURE RECORDED AT THE FAIRBANKS INTERNATIONAL
AIRPORT FOR AUGUST 2014 WAS 80 DEGREES WHICH OCCURRED ON THE
11TH. THIS WAS ONLY THE 4TH 80 DEGREE OR WARMER DAY TO OCCUR IN
FAIRBANKS DURING THE SUMMER SEASON. THIS IS A MARKED DIFFERENCE
FROM LAST YEAR WHEN 36 DAYS OF 80 DEGREES OR WARMER OCCURRED
DURING THE SUMMER SEASON. THE AVERAGE NUMBER OF 80 DEGREE DAYS
FOR A SUMMER SEASON IN FAIRBANKS IS 11.

THE LOWEST TEMPERATURE RECORDED AT THE FAIRBANKS INTERNATIONAL
AIRPORT FOR AUGUST 2014 WAS 33 DEGREES WHICH OCCURRED ON THE
30TH. A COLD AIRMASS MOVED INTO THE AREA DURING THE LAST TWO DAYS
OF THE MONTH PROMPTING FROST ADVISORIES FOR THE FAIRBANKS
AREA. ALTHOUGH THE AIRPORT DID NOT FALL TO FREEZING OR BELOW MANY
OUTLYING AREAS DROPPED INTO THE LOWER TO MID 20S ON THE LAST TWO
MORNINGS OF THE MONTH.

2.29 INCHES OF RAIN FELL AT THE FAIRBANKS AIRPORT DURING THE MONTH
OF AUGUST WHICH WAS 0.41 INCHES ABOVE THE NORMAL AUGUST RAINFALL
OF 1.88 INCHES. THIS WAS THE THIRD MONTH OF ABOVE NORMAL RAINFALL
IN THE FAIRBANKS AREA. ALTHOUGH AUGUST 2014 ONLY RANKED AS THE 33
WETTEST OF 108 YEARS OF RECORD...COMBINED WITH JUNE AND JULY THE
SUMMER OF 2014 RANKED AS THE WETTEST ON RECORD WITH AN INCREDIBLE
11.62 INCHES OF RAIN FALLING AT THE FAIRBANKS AIRPORT. THIS IS
215 PERCENT OF THE NORMAL SUMMER RAINFALL OF 5.40 INCHES.

NORMAL ANNUAL PRECIPITATION FOR FAIRBANKS IS 10.82 INCHES. AS OF
THE 2ND OF SEPTEMBER 14.96 INCHES OF PRECIP HAS FALLEN AT
FAIRBANKS IN 2014. THIS YEAR TO DATE TOTAL ALREADY RANKS AS THE
11TH WETTEST ANNUAL PRECIP TOTAL JANUARY 1ST TO DECEMBER 31ST ON
RECORD. THE GREATEST ANNUAL TOTAL PRECIP THAT HAS FALLEN IN
FAIRBANKS IS 18.52 INCHES WHICH OCCURRED IN 1990.

LOOKING FORWARD TO SEPTEMBER...POSSIBLE SUNSHINE CONTINUES TO
DECREASE BY 6 AND A HALF MINUTES PER DAY WITH DAY LIGHT HOURS
DECREASING FROM 14 HOURS AND 37 MINUTES ON THE 1ST TO 11 HOURS AND
24 MINUTES ON THE 30TH. THE AVERAGE DAILY HIGH TEMPERATURE
DECREASES FROM 60.5 DEGREES ON THE 1ST TO 46.2 DEGREES ON THE
30TH. THE AVERAGE DAILY LOW TEMPERATURE DECREASES FROM 41.3
DEGREES ON THE 1ST TO 30.1 DEGREES ON THE 30TH. AVERAGE RAINFALL
IS 1.1 INCHES AND AVERAGE SNOWFALL IN SEPTEMBER IN FAIRBANKS IS
1.8 INCHES.

SEPTEMBER CAN BE A MONTH OF EXTREMES. THE WARMEST TEMPERATURE ON
RECORD FOR SEPTEMBER IN FAIRBANKS IS 84 DEGREES AND OCCURRED IN
1957. THE COLDEST TEMPERATURE ON RECORD FOR SEPTEMBER IN FAIRBANKS
IS 3 ABOVE AND OCCURRED IN 1992. MEASURABLE SNOWFALL HAS BEEN
OBSERVED IN SEPTEMBER ON ABOUT 2 OUT OF EVERY 3 YEARS. HEAVY SNOW
EVENTS ARE INFREQUENT BUT ARE NOT UNHEARD OF IN SEPTEMBER. LONG
TIME RESIDENTS WILL RECALL 1992 WHEN OVER TWO FEET OF SNOW FELL
DURING A TEN DAY PERIOD.

THE FORECAST FOR SEPTEMBER FROM THE CLIMATE PREDICTION CENTER
CALLS FOR INCREASED CHANCES OF ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES AND EQUAL
CHANCES FOR BELOW NORMAL...NEAR NORMAL OR ABOVE NORMAL PRECIPITATION.


OBSERVED LAST MONTH...08/2014

                         OBSERVED   RANK
AVG MAX TEMP (F)             68.9   25TH WARMEST OF 108 YEARS
AVG MIN TEMP (F)             49.3   11TH WARMEST OF 108 YEARS
AVG TEMP (F)                 59.1   15TH WARMEST OF 108 YEARS
TOTAL PRECIP (IN)            2.29   33RD WETTEST OF 102 YEARS

CCC

$$



000
NOAK49 PAFG 021948 CCA
PNSAFG
AKZ222-030800-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...CORRECTED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FAIRBANKS AK
1148 AM AKDT TUE SEP 2 2014

...MONTHLY WEATHER SUMMARY FOR AUGUST FOR FAIRBANKS ALASKA...

AUGUST 2014 WAS WARM AND WET IN FAIRBANKS AND HELPED PUSH THE
SUMMER SEASON RAINFALL TOTALS TO A NEW RECORD IN FAIRBANKS.

THE AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE AT THE FAIRBANKS AIRPORT WAS 68.9
DEGREES WHICH WAS 3.0 DEGREES ABOVE THE NORMAL HIGH TEMPERATURE
OF 65.9 DEGREES. THE AVERAGE LOW TEMPERATURE WAS 49.3 DEGREES
WHICH WAS 2.9 DEGREES ABOVE THE AVERAGE LOW TEMPERATURE OF 46.4
DEGREES. THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE FOR THE MONTH OF AUGUST WAS 59.1
DEGREES WHICH WAS 3.0 DEGREES ABOVE THE NORMAL OF 56.1 DEGREES.
AUGUST WAS THE ONLY MONTH OF THE SUMMER SEASON FROM 1 JUNE TO 31
AUGUST TO RANK ABOVE NORMAL. AUGUST RANKED AS THE 15TH WARMEST OF
108 YEAR OF RECORD.

THE WARMEST TEMPERATURE RECORDED AT THE FAIRBANKS INTERNATIONAL
AIRPORT FOR AUGUST 2014 WAS 80 DEGREES WHICH OCCURRED ON THE
11TH. THIS WAS ONLY THE 4TH 80 DEGREE OR WARMER DAY TO OCCUR IN
FAIRBANKS DURING THE SUMMER SEASON. THIS IS A MARKED DIFFERENCE
FROM LAST YEAR WHEN 36 DAYS OF 80 DEGREES OR WARMER OCCURRED
DURING THE SUMMER SEASON. THE AVERAGE NUMBER OF 80 DEGREE DAYS
FOR A SUMMER SEASON IN FAIRBANKS IS 11.

THE LOWEST TEMPERATURE RECORDED AT THE FAIRBANKS INTERNATIONAL
AIRPORT FOR AUGUST 2014 WAS 33 DEGREES WHICH OCCURRED ON THE
30TH. A COLD AIRMASS MOVED INTO THE AREA DURING THE LAST TWO DAYS
OF THE MONTH PROMPTING FROST ADVISORIES FOR THE FAIRBANKS
AREA. ALTHOUGH THE AIRPORT DID NOT FALL TO FREEZING OR BELOW MANY
OUTLYING AREAS DROPPED INTO THE LOWER TO MID 20S ON THE LAST TWO
MORNINGS OF THE MONTH.

2.29 INCHES OF RAIN FELL AT THE FAIRBANKS AIRPORT DURING THE MONTH
OF AUGUST WHICH WAS 0.41 INCHES ABOVE THE NORMAL AUGUST RAINFALL
OF 1.88 INCHES. THIS WAS THE THIRD MONTH OF ABOVE NORMAL RAINFALL
IN THE FAIRBANKS AREA. ALTHOUGH AUGUST 2014 ONLY RANKED AS THE 33
WETTEST OF 108 YEARS OF RECORD...COMBINED WITH JUNE AND JULY THE
SUMMER OF 2014 RANKED AS THE WETTEST ON RECORD WITH AN INCREDIBLE
11.62 INCHES OF RAIN FALLING AT THE FAIRBANKS AIRPORT. THIS IS
215 PERCENT OF THE NORMAL SUMMER RAINFALL OF 5.40 INCHES.

NORMAL ANNUAL PRECIPITATION FOR FAIRBANKS IS 10.82 INCHES. AS OF
THE 2ND OF SEPTEMBER 14.96 INCHES OF PRECIP HAS FALLEN AT
FAIRBANKS IN 2014. THIS YEAR TO DATE TOTAL ALREADY RANKS AS THE
11TH WETTEST ANNUAL PRECIP TOTAL JANUARY 1ST TO DECEMBER 31ST ON
RECORD. THE GREATEST ANNUAL TOTAL PRECIP THAT HAS FALLEN IN
FAIRBANKS IS 18.52 INCHES WHICH OCCURRED IN 1990.

LOOKING FORWARD TO SEPTEMBER...POSSIBLE SUNSHINE CONTINUES TO
DECREASE BY 6 AND A HALF MINUTES PER DAY WITH DAY LIGHT HOURS
DECREASING FROM 14 HOURS AND 37 MINUTES ON THE 1ST TO 11 HOURS AND
24 MINUTES ON THE 30TH. THE AVERAGE DAILY HIGH TEMPERATURE
DECREASES FROM 60.5 DEGREES ON THE 1ST TO 46.2 DEGREES ON THE
30TH. THE AVERAGE DAILY LOW TEMPERATURE DECREASES FROM 41.3
DEGREES ON THE 1ST TO 30.1 DEGREES ON THE 30TH. AVERAGE RAINFALL
IS 1.1 INCHES AND AVERAGE SNOWFALL IN SEPTEMBER IN FAIRBANKS IS
1.8 INCHES.

SEPTEMBER CAN BE A MONTH OF EXTREMES. THE WARMEST TEMPERATURE ON
RECORD FOR SEPTEMBER IN FAIRBANKS IS 84 DEGREES AND OCCURRED IN
1957. THE COLDEST TEMPERATURE ON RECORD FOR SEPTEMBER IN FAIRBANKS
IS 3 ABOVE AND OCCURRED IN 1992. MEASURABLE SNOWFALL HAS BEEN
OBSERVED IN SEPTEMBER ON ABOUT 2 OUT OF EVERY 3 YEARS. HEAVY SNOW
EVENTS ARE INFREQUENT BUT ARE NOT UNHEARD OF IN SEPTEMBER. LONG
TIME RESIDENTS WILL RECALL 1992 WHEN OVER TWO FEET OF SNOW FELL
DURING A TEN DAY PERIOD.

THE FORECAST FOR SEPTEMBER FROM THE CLIMATE PREDICTION CENTER
CALLS FOR INCREASED CHANCES OF ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES AND EQUAL
CHANCES FOR BELOW NORMAL...NEAR NORMAL OR ABOVE NORMAL PRECIPITATION.


OBSERVED LAST MONTH...08/2014

                         OBSERVED   RANK
AVG MAX TEMP (F)             68.9   25TH WARMEST OF 108 YEARS
AVG MIN TEMP (F)             49.3   11TH WARMEST OF 108 YEARS
AVG TEMP (F)                 59.1   15TH WARMEST OF 108 YEARS
TOTAL PRECIP (IN)            2.29   33RD WETTEST OF 102 YEARS

CCC

$$



000
NOAK49 PAFG 021948
PNSAFG
AKZ222-030800-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FAIRBANKS AK
1148 AM AKDT TUE SEP 2 2014

...MONTHLY WEATHER SUMMARY FOR AUGUST FOR FAIRBANKS ALASKA...

AUGUST 2014 WAS WARM AND WET IN FAIRBANKS AND HELPED PUSH THE
SUMMER SEASON RAINFALL TOTALS TO A NEW RECORD IN FAIRBANKS.

THE AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE AT THE FAIRBANKS AIRPORT WAS 68.9
DEGREES WHICH WAS 3.0 DEGREES ABOVE THE NORMAL HIGH TEMPERATURE
OF 65.9 DEGREES. THE AVERAGE LOW TEMPERATURE WAS 49.3 DEGREES
WHICH WAS 2.9 DEGREES ABOVE THE AVERAGE LOW TEMPERATURE OF 46.4
DEGREES. THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE FOR THE MONTH OF AUGUST WAS 59.1
DEGREES WHICH WAS 3.0 DEGREES ABOVE THE NORMAL OF 56.1 DEGREES.
AUGUST WAS THE ONLY MONTH OF THE SUMMER SEASON FROM 1 JUNE TO 31
AUGUST TO RANK ABOVE NORMAL. AUGUST RANKED AS THE 15TH WARMEST OF
108 YEAR OF RECORD.

THE WARMEST TEMPERATURE RECORDED AT THE FAIRBANKS INTERNATIONAL
AIRPORT FOR AUGUST 2014 WAS 80 DEGREES WHICH OCCURRED ON THE
11TH. THIS WAS ONLY THE 4TH 80 DEGREE OR WARMER DAY TO OCCUR IN
FAIRBANKS DURING THE SUMMER SEASON. THIS IS A MARKED DIFFERENCE
FROM LAST YEAR WHEN 36 DAYS OF 80 DEGREES OR WARMER OCCURRED
DURING THE SUMMER SEASON. THE AVERAGE NUMBER OF 80 DEGREE DAYS
FOR A SUMMER SEASON IN FAIRBANKS IS 11.

THE LOWEST TEMPERATURE RECORDED AT THE FAIRBANKS INTERNATIONAL
AIRPORT FOR AUGUST 2014 WAS 33 DEGREES WHICH OCCURRED ON THE
30TH. A COLD AIRMASS MOVED INTO THE AREA DURING THE LAST TWO DAYS
OF THE MONTH PROMPTING FROST ADVISORIES FOR THE FAIRBANKS
AREA. ALTHOUGH THE AIRPORT DID NOT FALL TO FREEZING OR BELOW MANY
OUTLYING AREAS DROPPED INTO THE LOWER TO MID 20S ON THE LAST TWO
MORNINGS OF THE MONTH.

2.29 INCHES OF RAIN FELL AT THE FAIRBANKS AIRPORT DURING THE MONTH
OF AUGUST WHICH WAS 0.41 INCHES ABOVE THE NORMAL AUGUST RAINFALL
OF 1.88 INCHES. THIS WAS THE THIRD MONTH OF ABOVE NORMAL RAINFALL
IN THE FAIRBANKS AREA. ALTHOUGH AUGUST 2014 ONLY RANKED AS THE 33
WETTEST OF 108 YEARS OF RECORD...COMBINED WITH JUNE AND JULY THE
SUMMER OF 2014 RANKED AS THE WETTEST ON RECORD WITH AN INCREDIBLE
11.62 INCHES OF RAIN FALLING AT THE FAIRBANKS AIRPORT. THIS IS
215% PERCENT OF THE NORMAL SUMMER RAINFALL OF 5.40 INCHES.

NORMAL ANNUAL PRECIPITATION FOR FAIRBANKS IS 10.82 INCHES. AS OF
THE 2ND OF SEPTEMBER 14.96 INCHES OF PRECIP HAS FALLEN AT
FAIRBANKS IN 2014. THIS YEAR TO DATE TOTAL ALREADY RANKS AS THE
11TH WETTEST ANNUAL PRECIP TOTAL (1 JANUARY TO 31 DECEMBER) ON
RECORD. THE GREATEST ANNUAL TOTAL PRECIP THAT HAS FALLEN IN
FAIRBANKS IS 18.52 INCHES WHICH OCCURRED IN 1990.

LOOKING FORWARD TO SEPTEMBER...POSSIBLE SUNSHINE CONTINUES TO
DECREASE BY 6 AND A HALF MINUTES PER DAY WITH DAY LIGHT HOURS
DECREASING FROM 14 HOURS AND 37 MINUTES ON THE 1ST TO 11 HOURS AND
24 MINUTES ON THE 30TH. THE AVERAGE DAILY HIGH TEMPERATURE
DECREASES FROM 60.5 DEGREES ON THE 1ST TO 46.2 DEGREES ON THE
30TH. THE AVERAGE DAILY LOW TEMPERATURE DECREASES FROM 41.3
DEGREES ON THE 1ST TO 30.1 DEGREES ON THE 30TH. AVERAGE RAINFALL
IS 1.1 INCHES AND AVERAGE SNOWFALL IN SEPTEMBER IN FAIRBANKS IS
1.8 INCHES.

SEPTEMBER CAN BE A MONTH OF EXTREMES. THE WARMEST TEMPERATURE ON
RECORD FOR SEPTEMBER IN FAIRBANKS IS 84 DEGREES AND OCCURRED IN
1957. THE COLDEST TEMPERATURE ON RECORD FOR SEPTEMBER IN FAIRBANKS
IS 3 ABOVE AND OCCURRED IN 1992. MEASURABLE SNOWFALL HAS BEEN
OBSERVED IN SEPTEMBER ON ABOUT 2 OUT OF EVERY 3 YEARS. HEAVY SNOW
EVENTS ARE INFREQUENT BUT ARE NOT UNHEARD OF IN SEPTEMBER. LONG
TIME RESIDENTS WILL RECALL 1992 WHEN OVER TWO FEET OF SNOW FELL
DURING A TEN DAY PERIOD.

THE FORECAST FOR SEPTEMBER FROM THE CLIMATE PREDICTION CENTER
CALLS FOR INCREASED CHANCES OF ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES AND EQUAL
CHANCES FOR BELOW NORMAL...NEAR NORMAL OR ABOVE NORMAL PRECIPITATION.


OBSERVED LAST MONTH...08/2014

                         OBSERVED   RANK
AVG MAX TEMP (F)             68.9   25TH WARMEST OF 108 YEARS
AVG MIN TEMP (F)             49.3   11TH WARMEST OF 108 YEARS
AVG TEMP (F)                 59.1   15TH WARMEST OF 108 YEARS
TOTAL PRECIP (IN)            2.29   33RD WETTEST OF 102 YEARS

CCC

$$



000
NWAK59 PAFG 021642
LSRAFG

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FAIRBANKS AK
842 AM AKDT TUE SEP 02 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0800 AM     HEAVY RAIN       6 NW MOOSE CREEK        64.78N 147.27W
09/02/2014  M1.37 INCH                          AK   NWS EMPLOYEE

            NORTH POLE WOODSMOKE. RAIN TOTAL SINCE NOON YESTERDAY.


&&

$$

METZGER



000
NWAK59 PAFG 021642
LSRAFG

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FAIRBANKS AK
842 AM AKDT TUE SEP 02 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0800 AM     HEAVY RAIN       6 NW MOOSE CREEK        64.78N 147.27W
09/02/2014  M1.37 INCH                          AK   NWS EMPLOYEE

            NORTH POLE WOODSMOKE. RAIN TOTAL SINCE NOON YESTERDAY.


&&

$$

METZGER



000
NWAK59 PAFG 021642
LSRAFG

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FAIRBANKS AK
842 AM AKDT TUE SEP 02 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0800 AM     HEAVY RAIN       6 NW MOOSE CREEK        64.78N 147.27W
09/02/2014  M1.37 INCH                          AK   NWS EMPLOYEE

            NORTH POLE WOODSMOKE. RAIN TOTAL SINCE NOON YESTERDAY.


&&

$$

METZGER



000
NWAK59 PAFG 021642
LSRAFG

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FAIRBANKS AK
842 AM AKDT TUE SEP 02 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0800 AM     HEAVY RAIN       6 NW MOOSE CREEK        64.78N 147.27W
09/02/2014  M1.37 INCH                          AK   NWS EMPLOYEE

            NORTH POLE WOODSMOKE. RAIN TOTAL SINCE NOON YESTERDAY.


&&

$$

METZGER



000
NWAK59 PAFG 021602
LSRAFG

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT...CORRECTED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FAIRBANKS AK
802 AM AKDT TUE SEP 02 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0500 AM     HEAVY RAIN       8 WNW ESTER             64.92N 148.27W
09/02/2014  M2.38 INCH                          AK   NWS EMPLOYEE

            SINCE NOON MONDAY KEYSTONE RIDGE COOP

0700 AM     HEAVY RAIN       2 N NORTH POLE          64.78N 147.37W
09/02/2014  M1.13 INCH                          AK   TRAINED SPOTTER

            SINCE NOON MONDAY NORTH POLE W 7TH

0720 AM     HEAVY RAIN       2 W TWO RIVERS          64.87N 147.17W
09/02/2014  M1.81 INCH                          AK   TRAINED SPOTTER

            SINCE NOON MONDAY 14MILE CHSR


&&

$$

PWEIMER



000
NWAK59 PAFG 021602
LSRAFG

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT...CORRECTED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FAIRBANKS AK
802 AM AKDT TUE SEP 02 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0500 AM     HEAVY RAIN       8 WNW ESTER             64.92N 148.27W
09/02/2014  M2.38 INCH                          AK   NWS EMPLOYEE

            SINCE NOON MONDAY KEYSTONE RIDGE COOP

0700 AM     HEAVY RAIN       2 N NORTH POLE          64.78N 147.37W
09/02/2014  M1.13 INCH                          AK   TRAINED SPOTTER

            SINCE NOON MONDAY NORTH POLE W 7TH

0720 AM     HEAVY RAIN       2 W TWO RIVERS          64.87N 147.17W
09/02/2014  M1.81 INCH                          AK   TRAINED SPOTTER

            SINCE NOON MONDAY 14MILE CHSR


&&

$$

PWEIMER




000
NWAK59 PAFG 021556
LSRAFG

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FAIRBANKS AK
756 AM AKDT TUE SEP 02 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0500 AM     HEAVY RAIN       8 WNW ESTER             64.92N 148.27W
09/02/2014  M2.38 INCH                          AK   NWS EMPLOYEE

            SINCE NOON MONDAY

0700 AM     HEAVY RAIN       2 N NORTH POLE          64.78N 147.37W
09/02/2014  M1.13 INCH                          AK   TRAINED SPOTTER

            SINCE NOON MONDAY

0720 AM     HEAVY RAIN       2 W TWO RIVERS          64.87N 147.17W
09/02/2014  M1.81 INCH                          AK   TRAINED SPOTTER

            SINCE NOON MONDAY


&&

$$

PWEIMER



000
NWAK59 PAFG 021556
LSRAFG

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FAIRBANKS AK
756 AM AKDT TUE SEP 02 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0500 AM     HEAVY RAIN       8 WNW ESTER             64.92N 148.27W
09/02/2014  M2.38 INCH                          AK   NWS EMPLOYEE

            SINCE NOON MONDAY

0700 AM     HEAVY RAIN       2 N NORTH POLE          64.78N 147.37W
09/02/2014  M1.13 INCH                          AK   TRAINED SPOTTER

            SINCE NOON MONDAY

0720 AM     HEAVY RAIN       2 W TWO RIVERS          64.87N 147.17W
09/02/2014  M1.81 INCH                          AK   TRAINED SPOTTER

            SINCE NOON MONDAY


&&

$$

PWEIMER




000
NWAK59 PAFG 020319
LSRAFG

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FAIRBANKS AK
719 PM AKDT MON SEP 01 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0716 PM     HEAVY RAIN       7 WNW ESTER             64.89N 148.27W
09/01/2014  M0.82 INCH                          AK   CO-OP OBSERVER

            STORM RAINFALL TOTAL SINCE NOON FOR KEYSTONE RIDGE.


&&

$$

LHUBER




000
NWAK59 PAFG 020319
LSRAFG

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FAIRBANKS AK
719 PM AKDT MON SEP 01 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0716 PM     HEAVY RAIN       7 WNW ESTER             64.89N 148.27W
09/01/2014  M0.82 INCH                          AK   CO-OP OBSERVER

            STORM RAINFALL TOTAL SINCE NOON FOR KEYSTONE RIDGE.


&&

$$

LHUBER




000
NWAK59 PAFG 020319
LSRAFG

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FAIRBANKS AK
719 PM AKDT MON SEP 01 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0716 PM     HEAVY RAIN       7 WNW ESTER             64.89N 148.27W
09/01/2014  M0.82 INCH                          AK   CO-OP OBSERVER

            STORM RAINFALL TOTAL SINCE NOON FOR KEYSTONE RIDGE.


&&

$$

LHUBER




000
NWAK59 PAFG 020319
LSRAFG

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FAIRBANKS AK
719 PM AKDT MON SEP 01 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0716 PM     HEAVY RAIN       7 WNW ESTER             64.89N 148.27W
09/01/2014  M0.82 INCH                          AK   CO-OP OBSERVER

            STORM RAINFALL TOTAL SINCE NOON FOR KEYSTONE RIDGE.


&&

$$

LHUBER




000
NWAK59 PAFG 020300
LSRAFG

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FAIRBANKS AK
700 PM AKDT MON SEP 01 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0626 PM     HEAVY RAIN       2 N NORTH POLE          64.78N 147.37W
09/01/2014  M0.22 INCH                          AK   TRAINED SPOTTER

            TOTAL RAINFALL FROM 1 PM AKDT THROUGH 620 PM AKDT.


&&

$$

LHUBER




000
NWAK59 PAFG 020300
LSRAFG

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FAIRBANKS AK
700 PM AKDT MON SEP 01 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0626 PM     HEAVY RAIN       2 N NORTH POLE          64.78N 147.37W
09/01/2014  M0.22 INCH                          AK   TRAINED SPOTTER

            TOTAL RAINFALL FROM 1 PM AKDT THROUGH 620 PM AKDT.


&&

$$

LHUBER




000
NWAK59 PAFG 020300
LSRAFG

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FAIRBANKS AK
700 PM AKDT MON SEP 01 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0626 PM     HEAVY RAIN       2 N NORTH POLE          64.78N 147.37W
09/01/2014  M0.22 INCH                          AK   TRAINED SPOTTER

            TOTAL RAINFALL FROM 1 PM AKDT THROUGH 620 PM AKDT.


&&

$$

LHUBER




000
NWAK59 PAFG 020300
LSRAFG

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FAIRBANKS AK
700 PM AKDT MON SEP 01 2014

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0626 PM     HEAVY RAIN       2 N NORTH POLE          64.78N 147.37W
09/01/2014  M0.22 INCH                          AK   TRAINED SPOTTER

            TOTAL RAINFALL FROM 1 PM AKDT THROUGH 620 PM AKDT.


&&

$$

LHUBER




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