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000
AGAK78 PACR 192303
HMDACR

HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
NWS ALASKA PACIFIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER ANCHORAGE AK
300 PM AKDT SUN OCT 19 2014

...FLOOD POTENTIAL...

FLOOD POTENTIAL IS CURRENTLY LOW FOR THE STATE OF ALASKA.

...HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION...

THROUGH MONDAY...THE UPPER LEVEL LOW CENTERED APPROXIMATELY OVER THE
K/Y PENINSULA... WILL REMAIN FAIRLY STATIONARY AND STRENGTHEN. GOING
INTO TUESDAY... THE LOW WILL MOVE SOUTHEAST INTO THE GULF. THIS LOW
WILL USHER IN MOISTURE MAINLY OVER THE PANHANDLE. RAINFALL AMOUNTS
WILL BE UP TO 2 INCHES EACH DAY OVER THE SOUTHERN PANHANDLE. FOR
MONDAY...THE SIGNIFICANT RAINFALL WILL EXTEND UP INTO THE YAKUTAT
AND PRINCE WILLIAM SOUND AREAS.

THROUGH THE NEXT FEW DAYS... FREEZING LEVELS DURING THE OVERNIGHT
HOURS WILL RANGE FROM THE SURFACE OVER MOST OF MAINLAND ALASKA TO
2000-6000 FT OVER SOUTHEAST ALASKA. DURING THE AFTERNOON HOURS EACH
DAY... FREEZING LEVELS OVER SOUTH-CENTRAL ALASKA WILL RISE TO 2000-
4000 FEET.

PRECIPITATION... SELECTED PRECIPITATION TOTALS OVER THE 24 HOURS
ENDING AT 4 AM TODAY:

LOCATION NAME                 PE TS   24 HR
======== ====                 == ==   =====
SHLA2    SHELTER COVE RAWS    PP RG :  2.14
HADA2    HAIDA RAWS           PC RG :  1.11
KTAA2    KETCHIKAN 13N        PP RZ :  0.95
THOA2    THORNE BAY RAWS      PP RG :  0.91
ZMBA2    ZAREMBO ISLAND SOUTH PC RG :  0.90
PAKW     KLAWOCK              PP RZ :  0.83
CFCA2    COFFMAN COVE         PP RZ :  0.83
PAPG     PETERSBURG           PP RZ :  0.74
PAAP     PORT ALEXANDER       PP RZ :  0.71
ANXA2    ANNEX CREEK          PP RZ :  0.65
PAKT     KETCHIKAN            PP RZ :  0.64
HCSA2    HAINES CUSTOMS       PP RZ :  0.58
SPPA2    SNETTISHAM POWER     PP RZ :  0.55
PAJK     JUNEAU WFO           PP RZ :  0.55
MCPA2    MCARTHUR PASS        PC RG :  0.52
PAHN     HAINES LANDING STRIP PP RZ :  0.51
PTBA2    POINT BAKER          PP RZ :  0.50
PAOH     HOONAH               PP RZ :  0.45

...LONG RANGE...

THE 6 TO 10 DAY TEMPERATURE OUTLOOK HAS INCREASED CHANCES OF ABOVE
NORMAL TEMPERATURES OVER THE FAR NORTH AND AND FAR WEST MAINLAND
ALASKA AND THE ALEUTIANS. MUCH OF THE REST OF ALASKA HAS INCREASED
CHANCES OF BELOW NORMAL TEMPERATURES.

THE 6 TO 10 DAY PRECIPITATION OUTLOOK HAS INCREASED CHANCES FOR
ABOVE NORMAL PRECIPITATION OVER THE NORTHERN HALF OF THE
STATE...INCLUDING MUCH OF THE INTERIOR AND THE K/Y PENINSULA.
INCREASED CHANCES FOR BELOW NORMAL PRECIPITATION OVER THE
AKPEN...SOUTH CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ALASKA.

PLEASE REFER TO THE CLIMATE PREDICTION CENTER HOME PAGE FOR FURTHER
INFORMATION.

....................................................................

THIS HYDROMET DISCUSSION WILL BE ISSUED DAILY UNTIL FREEZE-UP BEGINS
IN THE FALL.

A GRAPHICAL VERSION OF THE HYDROMET DISCUSSION IS AVAILABLE AT
HTTP://APRFC.ARH.NOAA.GOV/PRODUCTS/GHMD.PHP

$$

KFM





000
AGAK78 PACR 192303
HMDACR

HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
NWS ALASKA PACIFIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER ANCHORAGE AK
300 PM AKDT SUN OCT 19 2014

...FLOOD POTENTIAL...

FLOOD POTENTIAL IS CURRENTLY LOW FOR THE STATE OF ALASKA.

...HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION...

THROUGH MONDAY...THE UPPER LEVEL LOW CENTERED APPROXIMATELY OVER THE
K/Y PENINSULA... WILL REMAIN FAIRLY STATIONARY AND STRENGTHEN. GOING
INTO TUESDAY... THE LOW WILL MOVE SOUTHEAST INTO THE GULF. THIS LOW
WILL USHER IN MOISTURE MAINLY OVER THE PANHANDLE. RAINFALL AMOUNTS
WILL BE UP TO 2 INCHES EACH DAY OVER THE SOUTHERN PANHANDLE. FOR
MONDAY...THE SIGNIFICANT RAINFALL WILL EXTEND UP INTO THE YAKUTAT
AND PRINCE WILLIAM SOUND AREAS.

THROUGH THE NEXT FEW DAYS... FREEZING LEVELS DURING THE OVERNIGHT
HOURS WILL RANGE FROM THE SURFACE OVER MOST OF MAINLAND ALASKA TO
2000-6000 FT OVER SOUTHEAST ALASKA. DURING THE AFTERNOON HOURS EACH
DAY... FREEZING LEVELS OVER SOUTH-CENTRAL ALASKA WILL RISE TO 2000-
4000 FEET.

PRECIPITATION... SELECTED PRECIPITATION TOTALS OVER THE 24 HOURS
ENDING AT 4 AM TODAY:

LOCATION NAME                 PE TS   24 HR
======== ====                 == ==   =====
SHLA2    SHELTER COVE RAWS    PP RG :  2.14
HADA2    HAIDA RAWS           PC RG :  1.11
KTAA2    KETCHIKAN 13N        PP RZ :  0.95
THOA2    THORNE BAY RAWS      PP RG :  0.91
ZMBA2    ZAREMBO ISLAND SOUTH PC RG :  0.90
PAKW     KLAWOCK              PP RZ :  0.83
CFCA2    COFFMAN COVE         PP RZ :  0.83
PAPG     PETERSBURG           PP RZ :  0.74
PAAP     PORT ALEXANDER       PP RZ :  0.71
ANXA2    ANNEX CREEK          PP RZ :  0.65
PAKT     KETCHIKAN            PP RZ :  0.64
HCSA2    HAINES CUSTOMS       PP RZ :  0.58
SPPA2    SNETTISHAM POWER     PP RZ :  0.55
PAJK     JUNEAU WFO           PP RZ :  0.55
MCPA2    MCARTHUR PASS        PC RG :  0.52
PAHN     HAINES LANDING STRIP PP RZ :  0.51
PTBA2    POINT BAKER          PP RZ :  0.50
PAOH     HOONAH               PP RZ :  0.45

...LONG RANGE...

THE 6 TO 10 DAY TEMPERATURE OUTLOOK HAS INCREASED CHANCES OF ABOVE
NORMAL TEMPERATURES OVER THE FAR NORTH AND AND FAR WEST MAINLAND
ALASKA AND THE ALEUTIANS. MUCH OF THE REST OF ALASKA HAS INCREASED
CHANCES OF BELOW NORMAL TEMPERATURES.

THE 6 TO 10 DAY PRECIPITATION OUTLOOK HAS INCREASED CHANCES FOR
ABOVE NORMAL PRECIPITATION OVER THE NORTHERN HALF OF THE
STATE...INCLUDING MUCH OF THE INTERIOR AND THE K/Y PENINSULA.
INCREASED CHANCES FOR BELOW NORMAL PRECIPITATION OVER THE
AKPEN...SOUTH CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ALASKA.

PLEASE REFER TO THE CLIMATE PREDICTION CENTER HOME PAGE FOR FURTHER
INFORMATION.

....................................................................

THIS HYDROMET DISCUSSION WILL BE ISSUED DAILY UNTIL FREEZE-UP BEGINS
IN THE FALL.

A GRAPHICAL VERSION OF THE HYDROMET DISCUSSION IS AVAILABLE AT
HTTP://APRFC.ARH.NOAA.GOV/PRODUCTS/GHMD.PHP

$$

KFM




000
AGAK78 PACR 192303
HMDACR

HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
NWS ALASKA PACIFIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER ANCHORAGE AK
300 PM AKDT SUN OCT 19 2014

...FLOOD POTENTIAL...

FLOOD POTENTIAL IS CURRENTLY LOW FOR THE STATE OF ALASKA.

...HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION...

THROUGH MONDAY...THE UPPER LEVEL LOW CENTERED APPROXIMATELY OVER THE
K/Y PENINSULA... WILL REMAIN FAIRLY STATIONARY AND STRENGTHEN. GOING
INTO TUESDAY... THE LOW WILL MOVE SOUTHEAST INTO THE GULF. THIS LOW
WILL USHER IN MOISTURE MAINLY OVER THE PANHANDLE. RAINFALL AMOUNTS
WILL BE UP TO 2 INCHES EACH DAY OVER THE SOUTHERN PANHANDLE. FOR
MONDAY...THE SIGNIFICANT RAINFALL WILL EXTEND UP INTO THE YAKUTAT
AND PRINCE WILLIAM SOUND AREAS.

THROUGH THE NEXT FEW DAYS... FREEZING LEVELS DURING THE OVERNIGHT
HOURS WILL RANGE FROM THE SURFACE OVER MOST OF MAINLAND ALASKA TO
2000-6000 FT OVER SOUTHEAST ALASKA. DURING THE AFTERNOON HOURS EACH
DAY... FREEZING LEVELS OVER SOUTH-CENTRAL ALASKA WILL RISE TO 2000-
4000 FEET.

PRECIPITATION... SELECTED PRECIPITATION TOTALS OVER THE 24 HOURS
ENDING AT 4 AM TODAY:

LOCATION NAME                 PE TS   24 HR
======== ====                 == ==   =====
SHLA2    SHELTER COVE RAWS    PP RG :  2.14
HADA2    HAIDA RAWS           PC RG :  1.11
KTAA2    KETCHIKAN 13N        PP RZ :  0.95
THOA2    THORNE BAY RAWS      PP RG :  0.91
ZMBA2    ZAREMBO ISLAND SOUTH PC RG :  0.90
PAKW     KLAWOCK              PP RZ :  0.83
CFCA2    COFFMAN COVE         PP RZ :  0.83
PAPG     PETERSBURG           PP RZ :  0.74
PAAP     PORT ALEXANDER       PP RZ :  0.71
ANXA2    ANNEX CREEK          PP RZ :  0.65
PAKT     KETCHIKAN            PP RZ :  0.64
HCSA2    HAINES CUSTOMS       PP RZ :  0.58
SPPA2    SNETTISHAM POWER     PP RZ :  0.55
PAJK     JUNEAU WFO           PP RZ :  0.55
MCPA2    MCARTHUR PASS        PC RG :  0.52
PAHN     HAINES LANDING STRIP PP RZ :  0.51
PTBA2    POINT BAKER          PP RZ :  0.50
PAOH     HOONAH               PP RZ :  0.45

...LONG RANGE...

THE 6 TO 10 DAY TEMPERATURE OUTLOOK HAS INCREASED CHANCES OF ABOVE
NORMAL TEMPERATURES OVER THE FAR NORTH AND AND FAR WEST MAINLAND
ALASKA AND THE ALEUTIANS. MUCH OF THE REST OF ALASKA HAS INCREASED
CHANCES OF BELOW NORMAL TEMPERATURES.

THE 6 TO 10 DAY PRECIPITATION OUTLOOK HAS INCREASED CHANCES FOR
ABOVE NORMAL PRECIPITATION OVER THE NORTHERN HALF OF THE
STATE...INCLUDING MUCH OF THE INTERIOR AND THE K/Y PENINSULA.
INCREASED CHANCES FOR BELOW NORMAL PRECIPITATION OVER THE
AKPEN...SOUTH CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ALASKA.

PLEASE REFER TO THE CLIMATE PREDICTION CENTER HOME PAGE FOR FURTHER
INFORMATION.

....................................................................

THIS HYDROMET DISCUSSION WILL BE ISSUED DAILY UNTIL FREEZE-UP BEGINS
IN THE FALL.

A GRAPHICAL VERSION OF THE HYDROMET DISCUSSION IS AVAILABLE AT
HTTP://APRFC.ARH.NOAA.GOV/PRODUCTS/GHMD.PHP

$$

KFM




000
AGAK78 PACR 192303
HMDACR

HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
NWS ALASKA PACIFIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER ANCHORAGE AK
300 PM AKDT SUN OCT 19 2014

...FLOOD POTENTIAL...

FLOOD POTENTIAL IS CURRENTLY LOW FOR THE STATE OF ALASKA.

...HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION...

THROUGH MONDAY...THE UPPER LEVEL LOW CENTERED APPROXIMATELY OVER THE
K/Y PENINSULA... WILL REMAIN FAIRLY STATIONARY AND STRENGTHEN. GOING
INTO TUESDAY... THE LOW WILL MOVE SOUTHEAST INTO THE GULF. THIS LOW
WILL USHER IN MOISTURE MAINLY OVER THE PANHANDLE. RAINFALL AMOUNTS
WILL BE UP TO 2 INCHES EACH DAY OVER THE SOUTHERN PANHANDLE. FOR
MONDAY...THE SIGNIFICANT RAINFALL WILL EXTEND UP INTO THE YAKUTAT
AND PRINCE WILLIAM SOUND AREAS.

THROUGH THE NEXT FEW DAYS... FREEZING LEVELS DURING THE OVERNIGHT
HOURS WILL RANGE FROM THE SURFACE OVER MOST OF MAINLAND ALASKA TO
2000-6000 FT OVER SOUTHEAST ALASKA. DURING THE AFTERNOON HOURS EACH
DAY... FREEZING LEVELS OVER SOUTH-CENTRAL ALASKA WILL RISE TO 2000-
4000 FEET.

PRECIPITATION... SELECTED PRECIPITATION TOTALS OVER THE 24 HOURS
ENDING AT 4 AM TODAY:

LOCATION NAME                 PE TS   24 HR
======== ====                 == ==   =====
SHLA2    SHELTER COVE RAWS    PP RG :  2.14
HADA2    HAIDA RAWS           PC RG :  1.11
KTAA2    KETCHIKAN 13N        PP RZ :  0.95
THOA2    THORNE BAY RAWS      PP RG :  0.91
ZMBA2    ZAREMBO ISLAND SOUTH PC RG :  0.90
PAKW     KLAWOCK              PP RZ :  0.83
CFCA2    COFFMAN COVE         PP RZ :  0.83
PAPG     PETERSBURG           PP RZ :  0.74
PAAP     PORT ALEXANDER       PP RZ :  0.71
ANXA2    ANNEX CREEK          PP RZ :  0.65
PAKT     KETCHIKAN            PP RZ :  0.64
HCSA2    HAINES CUSTOMS       PP RZ :  0.58
SPPA2    SNETTISHAM POWER     PP RZ :  0.55
PAJK     JUNEAU WFO           PP RZ :  0.55
MCPA2    MCARTHUR PASS        PC RG :  0.52
PAHN     HAINES LANDING STRIP PP RZ :  0.51
PTBA2    POINT BAKER          PP RZ :  0.50
PAOH     HOONAH               PP RZ :  0.45

...LONG RANGE...

THE 6 TO 10 DAY TEMPERATURE OUTLOOK HAS INCREASED CHANCES OF ABOVE
NORMAL TEMPERATURES OVER THE FAR NORTH AND AND FAR WEST MAINLAND
ALASKA AND THE ALEUTIANS. MUCH OF THE REST OF ALASKA HAS INCREASED
CHANCES OF BELOW NORMAL TEMPERATURES.

THE 6 TO 10 DAY PRECIPITATION OUTLOOK HAS INCREASED CHANCES FOR
ABOVE NORMAL PRECIPITATION OVER THE NORTHERN HALF OF THE
STATE...INCLUDING MUCH OF THE INTERIOR AND THE K/Y PENINSULA.
INCREASED CHANCES FOR BELOW NORMAL PRECIPITATION OVER THE
AKPEN...SOUTH CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ALASKA.

PLEASE REFER TO THE CLIMATE PREDICTION CENTER HOME PAGE FOR FURTHER
INFORMATION.

....................................................................

THIS HYDROMET DISCUSSION WILL BE ISSUED DAILY UNTIL FREEZE-UP BEGINS
IN THE FALL.

A GRAPHICAL VERSION OF THE HYDROMET DISCUSSION IS AVAILABLE AT
HTTP://APRFC.ARH.NOAA.GOV/PRODUCTS/GHMD.PHP

$$

KFM





000
AGAK78 PACR 182308
HMDACR

HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
NWS ALASKA PACIFIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER ANCHORAGE AK
300 PM AKDT SAT OCT 18 2014

...FLOOD POTENTIAL...

FLOOD POTENTIAL IS CURRENTLY LOW FOR THE STATE OF ALASKA.

...HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION...

THROUGH MONDAY...THE UPPER LEVEL LOW CENTERED APPROXIMATELY OVER THE
K/Y PENINSULA... WILL REMAIN FAIRLY STATIONARY AND STRENGTHEN. THIS
LOW WILL USHER IN MOISTURE OVER THE PANHANDLE AND UP THE COAST ALL
THE WAY TO PRINCE WILLIAM SOUND. THE PANHANDLE WILL SEE THE BULK OF
THE RAIN TODAY...WITH UP TO 2 INCHES. THEN 1 TO 2 INCHES FOR THE
PANHANDLE THROUGH PRINCE WILLIAM SOUND FOR SUNDAY AND MONDAY.

THROUGH THE NEXT FEW DAYS... FREEZING LEVELS DURING THE OVERNIGHT
HOURS WILL RANGE FROM THE SURFACE OVER MOST OF MAINLAND ALASKA TO
2000-6000 FT OVER SOUTHEAST ALASKA. DURING THE AFTERNOON HOURS EACH
DAY... FREEZING LEVELS OVER SOUTH-CENTRAL ALASKA WILL RISE TO 2000-
4000 FEET.

PRECIPITATION... SELECTED PRECIPITATION TOTALS OVER THE 24 HOURS
ENDING AT 4 AM TODAY:

LOCATION NAME                 PE TS   24 HR
======== ====                 == ==   =====
PAKT     KETCHIKAN            PP RZ :  1.92
META2    AK METLAKATLA 6S     PP RG :  1.80
SHLA2    SHELTER COVE RAWS    PC RG :  1.64
MCPA2    MCARTHUR PASS        PP RG :  1.44
PANT     ANNETTE              PP RZ :  1.12
UNRA2    UPPER NUKA RIVER     PP RG :  1.05
KTAA2    KETCHIKAN 13N        PP RZ :  1.04
HADA2    HAIDA RAWS           PC RG :  0.92
BRRA2    BRADLEY RIVER        PC RG :  0.73
PEDA2    PEDERSEN LAGOON      PP RG :  0.66
MFBA2    MIDDLE FORK BRADLEY  PC RM :  0.60
KKEA2    KAKE RAWS            PP RG :  0.58
THOA2    THORNE BAY RAWS      PC RG :  0.50
KLWA2    HOLLIS               PP RZ :  0.40
CRBA2    CARIBOU LAKE         PC RG :  0.35
ZMBA2    ZAREMBO ISLAND SOUTH PC RG :  0.34
PAKW     KLAWOCK              PP RZ :  0.32

...LONG RANGE...

THE 6 TO 10 DAY TEMPERATURE OUTLOOK HAS INCREASED CHANCES OF ABOVE
NORMAL TEMPERATURES OVER ALL OF ALASKA. THE EXCEPTION IS IN THE
SOUTHEAST MAINLAND AND NORTHERN PANHANDLE REGION...WHERE THERE IS
INCREASED CHANCES OF BELOW NORMAL TEMPERATURES.

THE 6 TO 10 DAY PRECIPITATION OUTLOOK HAS INCREASED CHANCES FOR
ABOVE NORMAL PRECIPITATION OVER THE NORTHERN HALF OF THE STATE AND
THE K/Y PENINSULA. INCREASED CHANCES FOR BELOW NORMAL PRECIPITATION
OVER THE AKPEN...SOUTH CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ALASKA.

PLEASE REFER TO THE CLIMATE PREDICTION CENTER HOME PAGE FOR FURTHER
INFORMATION.

....................................................................

THIS HYDROMET DISCUSSION WILL BE ISSUED DAILY UNTIL FREEZE-UP BEGINS
IN THE FALL.

A GRAPHICAL VERSION OF THE HYDROMET DISCUSSION IS AVAILABLE AT
HTTP://APRFC.ARH.NOAA.GOV/PRODUCTS/GHMD.PHP

$$

KFM





000
AGAK78 PACR 182308
HMDACR

HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
NWS ALASKA PACIFIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER ANCHORAGE AK
300 PM AKDT SAT OCT 18 2014

...FLOOD POTENTIAL...

FLOOD POTENTIAL IS CURRENTLY LOW FOR THE STATE OF ALASKA.

...HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION...

THROUGH MONDAY...THE UPPER LEVEL LOW CENTERED APPROXIMATELY OVER THE
K/Y PENINSULA... WILL REMAIN FAIRLY STATIONARY AND STRENGTHEN. THIS
LOW WILL USHER IN MOISTURE OVER THE PANHANDLE AND UP THE COAST ALL
THE WAY TO PRINCE WILLIAM SOUND. THE PANHANDLE WILL SEE THE BULK OF
THE RAIN TODAY...WITH UP TO 2 INCHES. THEN 1 TO 2 INCHES FOR THE
PANHANDLE THROUGH PRINCE WILLIAM SOUND FOR SUNDAY AND MONDAY.

THROUGH THE NEXT FEW DAYS... FREEZING LEVELS DURING THE OVERNIGHT
HOURS WILL RANGE FROM THE SURFACE OVER MOST OF MAINLAND ALASKA TO
2000-6000 FT OVER SOUTHEAST ALASKA. DURING THE AFTERNOON HOURS EACH
DAY... FREEZING LEVELS OVER SOUTH-CENTRAL ALASKA WILL RISE TO 2000-
4000 FEET.

PRECIPITATION... SELECTED PRECIPITATION TOTALS OVER THE 24 HOURS
ENDING AT 4 AM TODAY:

LOCATION NAME                 PE TS   24 HR
======== ====                 == ==   =====
PAKT     KETCHIKAN            PP RZ :  1.92
META2    AK METLAKATLA 6S     PP RG :  1.80
SHLA2    SHELTER COVE RAWS    PC RG :  1.64
MCPA2    MCARTHUR PASS        PP RG :  1.44
PANT     ANNETTE              PP RZ :  1.12
UNRA2    UPPER NUKA RIVER     PP RG :  1.05
KTAA2    KETCHIKAN 13N        PP RZ :  1.04
HADA2    HAIDA RAWS           PC RG :  0.92
BRRA2    BRADLEY RIVER        PC RG :  0.73
PEDA2    PEDERSEN LAGOON      PP RG :  0.66
MFBA2    MIDDLE FORK BRADLEY  PC RM :  0.60
KKEA2    KAKE RAWS            PP RG :  0.58
THOA2    THORNE BAY RAWS      PC RG :  0.50
KLWA2    HOLLIS               PP RZ :  0.40
CRBA2    CARIBOU LAKE         PC RG :  0.35
ZMBA2    ZAREMBO ISLAND SOUTH PC RG :  0.34
PAKW     KLAWOCK              PP RZ :  0.32

...LONG RANGE...

THE 6 TO 10 DAY TEMPERATURE OUTLOOK HAS INCREASED CHANCES OF ABOVE
NORMAL TEMPERATURES OVER ALL OF ALASKA. THE EXCEPTION IS IN THE
SOUTHEAST MAINLAND AND NORTHERN PANHANDLE REGION...WHERE THERE IS
INCREASED CHANCES OF BELOW NORMAL TEMPERATURES.

THE 6 TO 10 DAY PRECIPITATION OUTLOOK HAS INCREASED CHANCES FOR
ABOVE NORMAL PRECIPITATION OVER THE NORTHERN HALF OF THE STATE AND
THE K/Y PENINSULA. INCREASED CHANCES FOR BELOW NORMAL PRECIPITATION
OVER THE AKPEN...SOUTH CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ALASKA.

PLEASE REFER TO THE CLIMATE PREDICTION CENTER HOME PAGE FOR FURTHER
INFORMATION.

....................................................................

THIS HYDROMET DISCUSSION WILL BE ISSUED DAILY UNTIL FREEZE-UP BEGINS
IN THE FALL.

A GRAPHICAL VERSION OF THE HYDROMET DISCUSSION IS AVAILABLE AT
HTTP://APRFC.ARH.NOAA.GOV/PRODUCTS/GHMD.PHP

$$

KFM




000
AGAK78 PACR 172251
HMDACR

HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
NWS ALASKA PACIFIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER ANCHORAGE AK
300 PM AKDT FRI OCT 17 2014

...FLOOD POTENTIAL...

FLOOD POTENTIAL IS CURRENTLY LOW FOR THE STATE OF ALASKA.

...HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION...

THROUGH SUNDAY...THE UPPER LEVEL LOW OVER THE GULF WILL GRADUALLY
WEAKEN AS ANOTHER LOW... CENTERED APPROXIMATELY OVER THE K/Y
PENINSULA... WILL STRENGTHEN. THE LOW OVER THE GULF WILL CONTINUE TO
USHER IN MOISTURE OVER THE PANHANDLE THROUGH THE WEEKEND... ALTHOUGH
RAIN AMOUNTS WILL GENERALLY BE LIGHT. SOME ISOLATED 2 INCH REPORTS
ARE POSSIBLE IN UPSLOPE REGIONS. THE ONLY OTHER AREAS EXPECTING
SIGNIFICANT RAINFALL WILL BE EASTERN KENAI PENINSULA AND THE
ALEUTIAN ISLANDS.

OVER THE WEEKEND... FREEZING LEVELS DURING THE OVERNIGHT HOURS WILL
RANGE FROM THE SURFACE OVER MOST OF MAINLAND ALASKA TO 2000-6000 FT
OVER SOUTHEAST ALASKA. DURING THE AFTERNOON HOURS EACH DAY...
FREEZING LEVELS OVER SOUTH-CENTRAL ALASKA WILL RISE TO 2000-4000
FEET.

PRECIPITATION... SELECTED PRECIPITATION TOTALS OVER THE 24 HOURS
ENDING AT 4 AM TODAY:

LOCATION NAME                 PE TS   24 HR
======== ====                 == ==   =====
KTAA2    KETCHIKAN 13N        PP RZ :  0.97
PAAP     PORT ALEXANDER       PP RZ :  0.85
SHLA2    SHELTER COVE RAWS    PC RG :  0.82
THBA2    THORNE BAY WATER     PP RZ :  0.77
KLWA2    HOLLIS               PP RZ :  0.74
PANT     ANNETTE              PP RZ :  0.63
PAKT     KETCHIKAN            PP RZ :  0.59
META2    AK METLAKATLA 6S     PP RG :  0.56
MCPA2    MCARTHUR PASS        PP RG :  0.49

...LONG RANGE...

THE 6 TO 10 DAY TEMPERATURE OUTLOOK HAS INCREASED CHANCES OF ABOVE
NORMAL TEMPERATURES OVER ALL OF ALASKA...EXCEPT FOR THE REGION FROM
THE AKPEN TO SOUTHEAST MAINLAND ALASKA.

THE 6 TO 10 DAY PRECIPITATION OUTLOOK HAS INCREASED CHANCES FOR
ABOVE NORMAL PRECIPITATION OVER THE NORTHERN HALF OF THE STATE AND
THE K/Y PENINSULA. INCREASED CHANCES FOR BELOW NORMAL PRECIPITATION
OVER THE AKPEN...SOUTH CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ALASKA.

PLEASE REFER TO THE CLIMATE PREDICTION CENTER HOME PAGE FOR FURTHER
INFORMATION.

....................................................................

THIS HYDROMET DISCUSSION WILL BE ISSUED DAILY UNTIL FREEZE-UP BEGINS
IN THE FALL.

A GRAPHICAL VERSION OF THE HYDROMET DISCUSSION IS AVAILABLE AT
HTTP://APRFC.ARH.NOAA.GOV/PRODUCTS/GHMD.PHP

$$

KFM





000
AGAK78 PACR 172251
HMDACR

HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
NWS ALASKA PACIFIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER ANCHORAGE AK
300 PM AKDT FRI OCT 17 2014

...FLOOD POTENTIAL...

FLOOD POTENTIAL IS CURRENTLY LOW FOR THE STATE OF ALASKA.

...HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION...

THROUGH SUNDAY...THE UPPER LEVEL LOW OVER THE GULF WILL GRADUALLY
WEAKEN AS ANOTHER LOW... CENTERED APPROXIMATELY OVER THE K/Y
PENINSULA... WILL STRENGTHEN. THE LOW OVER THE GULF WILL CONTINUE TO
USHER IN MOISTURE OVER THE PANHANDLE THROUGH THE WEEKEND... ALTHOUGH
RAIN AMOUNTS WILL GENERALLY BE LIGHT. SOME ISOLATED 2 INCH REPORTS
ARE POSSIBLE IN UPSLOPE REGIONS. THE ONLY OTHER AREAS EXPECTING
SIGNIFICANT RAINFALL WILL BE EASTERN KENAI PENINSULA AND THE
ALEUTIAN ISLANDS.

OVER THE WEEKEND... FREEZING LEVELS DURING THE OVERNIGHT HOURS WILL
RANGE FROM THE SURFACE OVER MOST OF MAINLAND ALASKA TO 2000-6000 FT
OVER SOUTHEAST ALASKA. DURING THE AFTERNOON HOURS EACH DAY...
FREEZING LEVELS OVER SOUTH-CENTRAL ALASKA WILL RISE TO 2000-4000
FEET.

PRECIPITATION... SELECTED PRECIPITATION TOTALS OVER THE 24 HOURS
ENDING AT 4 AM TODAY:

LOCATION NAME                 PE TS   24 HR
======== ====                 == ==   =====
KTAA2    KETCHIKAN 13N        PP RZ :  0.97
PAAP     PORT ALEXANDER       PP RZ :  0.85
SHLA2    SHELTER COVE RAWS    PC RG :  0.82
THBA2    THORNE BAY WATER     PP RZ :  0.77
KLWA2    HOLLIS               PP RZ :  0.74
PANT     ANNETTE              PP RZ :  0.63
PAKT     KETCHIKAN            PP RZ :  0.59
META2    AK METLAKATLA 6S     PP RG :  0.56
MCPA2    MCARTHUR PASS        PP RG :  0.49

...LONG RANGE...

THE 6 TO 10 DAY TEMPERATURE OUTLOOK HAS INCREASED CHANCES OF ABOVE
NORMAL TEMPERATURES OVER ALL OF ALASKA...EXCEPT FOR THE REGION FROM
THE AKPEN TO SOUTHEAST MAINLAND ALASKA.

THE 6 TO 10 DAY PRECIPITATION OUTLOOK HAS INCREASED CHANCES FOR
ABOVE NORMAL PRECIPITATION OVER THE NORTHERN HALF OF THE STATE AND
THE K/Y PENINSULA. INCREASED CHANCES FOR BELOW NORMAL PRECIPITATION
OVER THE AKPEN...SOUTH CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ALASKA.

PLEASE REFER TO THE CLIMATE PREDICTION CENTER HOME PAGE FOR FURTHER
INFORMATION.

....................................................................

THIS HYDROMET DISCUSSION WILL BE ISSUED DAILY UNTIL FREEZE-UP BEGINS
IN THE FALL.

A GRAPHICAL VERSION OF THE HYDROMET DISCUSSION IS AVAILABLE AT
HTTP://APRFC.ARH.NOAA.GOV/PRODUCTS/GHMD.PHP

$$

KFM




000
AGAK78 PACR 172251
HMDACR

HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
NWS ALASKA PACIFIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER ANCHORAGE AK
300 PM AKDT FRI OCT 17 2014

...FLOOD POTENTIAL...

FLOOD POTENTIAL IS CURRENTLY LOW FOR THE STATE OF ALASKA.

...HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION...

THROUGH SUNDAY...THE UPPER LEVEL LOW OVER THE GULF WILL GRADUALLY
WEAKEN AS ANOTHER LOW... CENTERED APPROXIMATELY OVER THE K/Y
PENINSULA... WILL STRENGTHEN. THE LOW OVER THE GULF WILL CONTINUE TO
USHER IN MOISTURE OVER THE PANHANDLE THROUGH THE WEEKEND... ALTHOUGH
RAIN AMOUNTS WILL GENERALLY BE LIGHT. SOME ISOLATED 2 INCH REPORTS
ARE POSSIBLE IN UPSLOPE REGIONS. THE ONLY OTHER AREAS EXPECTING
SIGNIFICANT RAINFALL WILL BE EASTERN KENAI PENINSULA AND THE
ALEUTIAN ISLANDS.

OVER THE WEEKEND... FREEZING LEVELS DURING THE OVERNIGHT HOURS WILL
RANGE FROM THE SURFACE OVER MOST OF MAINLAND ALASKA TO 2000-6000 FT
OVER SOUTHEAST ALASKA. DURING THE AFTERNOON HOURS EACH DAY...
FREEZING LEVELS OVER SOUTH-CENTRAL ALASKA WILL RISE TO 2000-4000
FEET.

PRECIPITATION... SELECTED PRECIPITATION TOTALS OVER THE 24 HOURS
ENDING AT 4 AM TODAY:

LOCATION NAME                 PE TS   24 HR
======== ====                 == ==   =====
KTAA2    KETCHIKAN 13N        PP RZ :  0.97
PAAP     PORT ALEXANDER       PP RZ :  0.85
SHLA2    SHELTER COVE RAWS    PC RG :  0.82
THBA2    THORNE BAY WATER     PP RZ :  0.77
KLWA2    HOLLIS               PP RZ :  0.74
PANT     ANNETTE              PP RZ :  0.63
PAKT     KETCHIKAN            PP RZ :  0.59
META2    AK METLAKATLA 6S     PP RG :  0.56
MCPA2    MCARTHUR PASS        PP RG :  0.49

...LONG RANGE...

THE 6 TO 10 DAY TEMPERATURE OUTLOOK HAS INCREASED CHANCES OF ABOVE
NORMAL TEMPERATURES OVER ALL OF ALASKA...EXCEPT FOR THE REGION FROM
THE AKPEN TO SOUTHEAST MAINLAND ALASKA.

THE 6 TO 10 DAY PRECIPITATION OUTLOOK HAS INCREASED CHANCES FOR
ABOVE NORMAL PRECIPITATION OVER THE NORTHERN HALF OF THE STATE AND
THE K/Y PENINSULA. INCREASED CHANCES FOR BELOW NORMAL PRECIPITATION
OVER THE AKPEN...SOUTH CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ALASKA.

PLEASE REFER TO THE CLIMATE PREDICTION CENTER HOME PAGE FOR FURTHER
INFORMATION.

....................................................................

THIS HYDROMET DISCUSSION WILL BE ISSUED DAILY UNTIL FREEZE-UP BEGINS
IN THE FALL.

A GRAPHICAL VERSION OF THE HYDROMET DISCUSSION IS AVAILABLE AT
HTTP://APRFC.ARH.NOAA.GOV/PRODUCTS/GHMD.PHP

$$

KFM




000
AGAK78 PACR 172251
HMDACR

HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
NWS ALASKA PACIFIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER ANCHORAGE AK
300 PM AKDT FRI OCT 17 2014

...FLOOD POTENTIAL...

FLOOD POTENTIAL IS CURRENTLY LOW FOR THE STATE OF ALASKA.

...HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION...

THROUGH SUNDAY...THE UPPER LEVEL LOW OVER THE GULF WILL GRADUALLY
WEAKEN AS ANOTHER LOW... CENTERED APPROXIMATELY OVER THE K/Y
PENINSULA... WILL STRENGTHEN. THE LOW OVER THE GULF WILL CONTINUE TO
USHER IN MOISTURE OVER THE PANHANDLE THROUGH THE WEEKEND... ALTHOUGH
RAIN AMOUNTS WILL GENERALLY BE LIGHT. SOME ISOLATED 2 INCH REPORTS
ARE POSSIBLE IN UPSLOPE REGIONS. THE ONLY OTHER AREAS EXPECTING
SIGNIFICANT RAINFALL WILL BE EASTERN KENAI PENINSULA AND THE
ALEUTIAN ISLANDS.

OVER THE WEEKEND... FREEZING LEVELS DURING THE OVERNIGHT HOURS WILL
RANGE FROM THE SURFACE OVER MOST OF MAINLAND ALASKA TO 2000-6000 FT
OVER SOUTHEAST ALASKA. DURING THE AFTERNOON HOURS EACH DAY...
FREEZING LEVELS OVER SOUTH-CENTRAL ALASKA WILL RISE TO 2000-4000
FEET.

PRECIPITATION... SELECTED PRECIPITATION TOTALS OVER THE 24 HOURS
ENDING AT 4 AM TODAY:

LOCATION NAME                 PE TS   24 HR
======== ====                 == ==   =====
KTAA2    KETCHIKAN 13N        PP RZ :  0.97
PAAP     PORT ALEXANDER       PP RZ :  0.85
SHLA2    SHELTER COVE RAWS    PC RG :  0.82
THBA2    THORNE BAY WATER     PP RZ :  0.77
KLWA2    HOLLIS               PP RZ :  0.74
PANT     ANNETTE              PP RZ :  0.63
PAKT     KETCHIKAN            PP RZ :  0.59
META2    AK METLAKATLA 6S     PP RG :  0.56
MCPA2    MCARTHUR PASS        PP RG :  0.49

...LONG RANGE...

THE 6 TO 10 DAY TEMPERATURE OUTLOOK HAS INCREASED CHANCES OF ABOVE
NORMAL TEMPERATURES OVER ALL OF ALASKA...EXCEPT FOR THE REGION FROM
THE AKPEN TO SOUTHEAST MAINLAND ALASKA.

THE 6 TO 10 DAY PRECIPITATION OUTLOOK HAS INCREASED CHANCES FOR
ABOVE NORMAL PRECIPITATION OVER THE NORTHERN HALF OF THE STATE AND
THE K/Y PENINSULA. INCREASED CHANCES FOR BELOW NORMAL PRECIPITATION
OVER THE AKPEN...SOUTH CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ALASKA.

PLEASE REFER TO THE CLIMATE PREDICTION CENTER HOME PAGE FOR FURTHER
INFORMATION.

....................................................................

THIS HYDROMET DISCUSSION WILL BE ISSUED DAILY UNTIL FREEZE-UP BEGINS
IN THE FALL.

A GRAPHICAL VERSION OF THE HYDROMET DISCUSSION IS AVAILABLE AT
HTTP://APRFC.ARH.NOAA.GOV/PRODUCTS/GHMD.PHP

$$

KFM





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