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000
AGAK78 PACR 302255
HMDACR

HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
NWS ALASKA PACIFIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER ANCHORAGE AK
300 PM AKDT THU JUL 30 2015

...FLOOD POTENTIAL...

FLOOD POTENTIAL IS CURRENTLY LOW ACROSS THE STATE.

...HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION...

THE UPPER LEVEL PATTERN THIS MORNING HAS A LOW WELL NORTH OF THE
NORTH SLOPE WITH A VERY BROAD TROUGH WITH WEAK FLOW TO THE SOUTH
COVERING THE MAINLAND AND THE GULF... AND A RIDGE OVER THE WESTERN
BERING AND KAMCHATKA.  THE RIDGE TO THE WEST WILL SLOWLY BUILD INTO
THE INTERIOR AND THE SOUTHERN MAINLAND... LEAVING AN ELONGATED WEAK
TROUGH OVER THE GULF BY FRIDAY MORNING.

HEAVIEST WIDESPREAD RAIN FOR TODAY IS EXPECTED OVER THE PANHANDLE...
WITH SCATTERED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS OVER THE SOUTHERN MAINLAND
AND THE EASTERN INTERIOR.  ON FRIDAY THE HEAVIEST RAINS WILL STILL
BE OVER PORTIONS OF SOUTHEAST ALASKA... BUT A FRONT FROM THE
NORTHERN LOW WILL BRING UP TO ABOUT HALF AN INCH OF RAIN TO PORTIONS
OF THE NORTHWEST MAINLAND.  SHOWERS SHOULD DECREASE OVER MOST OF THE
INTERIOR AND SOUTHERN MAINLAND.

...PRECIPITATION...

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

LOCATION NAME                 PE TS   24 HR
======== ====                 == ==   =====
FYRA2    FORT YUKON RAWS      PC RG :  1.28
JTMA2    MT ROBERTS TRAM      PC RZ :  1.10
RBTA2    RABBIT CREEK RAWS    PC RG :  1.00
CHLA2    LITTLE CHENA RIVER   PC RG :  0.91
SNIA2    SNIPE LAKE           PC RG :  0.88
WSLA2    WASILLA RAWS         PC RP :  0.86
KKEA2    KAKE RAWS            PC RG :  0.86
ZMBA2    ZAREMBO ISLAND SOUTH PC RG :  0.73
PASI     SITKA                PP RZ :  0.62
SWNA2    SWANSON RIVER RAWS   PC RG :  0.58
FCCA2    FISH CREEK           PC RG :  0.54
THOA2    THORNE BAY RAWS      PC RG :  0.50
CZOA2    CHISTOCHINA RAWS     PC RG :  0.50
CFCA2    COFFMAN COVE         PP RZ :  0.50

...LONG RANGE...

THE 6 TO 10 DAY TEMPERATURE OUTLOOK HAS INCREASED PROBABILITIES OF
ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES FOR THE THE INTERIOR AND SOUTHERN
MAINLAND AND FOR SOUTHEAST ALASKA.

THE 6 TO 10 DAY PRECIPITATION OUTLOOK HAS INCREASED PROBABILITIES OF
BELOW NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR MOST OF THE STATE.  THE EXCEPTIONS
ARE A SMALL PORTION OF THE NORTHERN COAST AND PART OF THE
NORTHEASTERN MAINLAND.

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

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

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

A GRAPHICAL SLIDE SHOW PRESENTATION OF HYDROMET ISSUES IS AVAILABLE
AT HTTP://APRFC.ARH.NOAA.GOV/PRODUCTS/PRESENT
$$

ACL





000
AGAK78 PACR 302255
HMDACR

HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
NWS ALASKA PACIFIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER ANCHORAGE AK
300 PM AKDT THU JUL 30 2015

...FLOOD POTENTIAL...

FLOOD POTENTIAL IS CURRENTLY LOW ACROSS THE STATE.

...HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION...

THE UPPER LEVEL PATTERN THIS MORNING HAS A LOW WELL NORTH OF THE
NORTH SLOPE WITH A VERY BROAD TROUGH WITH WEAK FLOW TO THE SOUTH
COVERING THE MAINLAND AND THE GULF... AND A RIDGE OVER THE WESTERN
BERING AND KAMCHATKA.  THE RIDGE TO THE WEST WILL SLOWLY BUILD INTO
THE INTERIOR AND THE SOUTHERN MAINLAND... LEAVING AN ELONGATED WEAK
TROUGH OVER THE GULF BY FRIDAY MORNING.

HEAVIEST WIDESPREAD RAIN FOR TODAY IS EXPECTED OVER THE PANHANDLE...
WITH SCATTERED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS OVER THE SOUTHERN MAINLAND
AND THE EASTERN INTERIOR.  ON FRIDAY THE HEAVIEST RAINS WILL STILL
BE OVER PORTIONS OF SOUTHEAST ALASKA... BUT A FRONT FROM THE
NORTHERN LOW WILL BRING UP TO ABOUT HALF AN INCH OF RAIN TO PORTIONS
OF THE NORTHWEST MAINLAND.  SHOWERS SHOULD DECREASE OVER MOST OF THE
INTERIOR AND SOUTHERN MAINLAND.

...PRECIPITATION...

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

LOCATION NAME                 PE TS   24 HR
======== ====                 == ==   =====
FYRA2    FORT YUKON RAWS      PC RG :  1.28
JTMA2    MT ROBERTS TRAM      PC RZ :  1.10
RBTA2    RABBIT CREEK RAWS    PC RG :  1.00
CHLA2    LITTLE CHENA RIVER   PC RG :  0.91
SNIA2    SNIPE LAKE           PC RG :  0.88
WSLA2    WASILLA RAWS         PC RP :  0.86
KKEA2    KAKE RAWS            PC RG :  0.86
ZMBA2    ZAREMBO ISLAND SOUTH PC RG :  0.73
PASI     SITKA                PP RZ :  0.62
SWNA2    SWANSON RIVER RAWS   PC RG :  0.58
FCCA2    FISH CREEK           PC RG :  0.54
THOA2    THORNE BAY RAWS      PC RG :  0.50
CZOA2    CHISTOCHINA RAWS     PC RG :  0.50
CFCA2    COFFMAN COVE         PP RZ :  0.50

...LONG RANGE...

THE 6 TO 10 DAY TEMPERATURE OUTLOOK HAS INCREASED PROBABILITIES OF
ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES FOR THE THE INTERIOR AND SOUTHERN
MAINLAND AND FOR SOUTHEAST ALASKA.

THE 6 TO 10 DAY PRECIPITATION OUTLOOK HAS INCREASED PROBABILITIES OF
BELOW NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR MOST OF THE STATE.  THE EXCEPTIONS
ARE A SMALL PORTION OF THE NORTHERN COAST AND PART OF THE
NORTHEASTERN MAINLAND.

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

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

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

A GRAPHICAL SLIDE SHOW PRESENTATION OF HYDROMET ISSUES IS AVAILABLE
AT HTTP://APRFC.ARH.NOAA.GOV/PRODUCTS/PRESENT
$$

ACL




000
AGAK78 PACR 302255
HMDACR

HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
NWS ALASKA PACIFIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER ANCHORAGE AK
300 PM AKDT THU JUL 30 2015

...FLOOD POTENTIAL...

FLOOD POTENTIAL IS CURRENTLY LOW ACROSS THE STATE.

...HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION...

THE UPPER LEVEL PATTERN THIS MORNING HAS A LOW WELL NORTH OF THE
NORTH SLOPE WITH A VERY BROAD TROUGH WITH WEAK FLOW TO THE SOUTH
COVERING THE MAINLAND AND THE GULF... AND A RIDGE OVER THE WESTERN
BERING AND KAMCHATKA.  THE RIDGE TO THE WEST WILL SLOWLY BUILD INTO
THE INTERIOR AND THE SOUTHERN MAINLAND... LEAVING AN ELONGATED WEAK
TROUGH OVER THE GULF BY FRIDAY MORNING.

HEAVIEST WIDESPREAD RAIN FOR TODAY IS EXPECTED OVER THE PANHANDLE...
WITH SCATTERED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS OVER THE SOUTHERN MAINLAND
AND THE EASTERN INTERIOR.  ON FRIDAY THE HEAVIEST RAINS WILL STILL
BE OVER PORTIONS OF SOUTHEAST ALASKA... BUT A FRONT FROM THE
NORTHERN LOW WILL BRING UP TO ABOUT HALF AN INCH OF RAIN TO PORTIONS
OF THE NORTHWEST MAINLAND.  SHOWERS SHOULD DECREASE OVER MOST OF THE
INTERIOR AND SOUTHERN MAINLAND.

...PRECIPITATION...

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

LOCATION NAME                 PE TS   24 HR
======== ====                 == ==   =====
FYRA2    FORT YUKON RAWS      PC RG :  1.28
JTMA2    MT ROBERTS TRAM      PC RZ :  1.10
RBTA2    RABBIT CREEK RAWS    PC RG :  1.00
CHLA2    LITTLE CHENA RIVER   PC RG :  0.91
SNIA2    SNIPE LAKE           PC RG :  0.88
WSLA2    WASILLA RAWS         PC RP :  0.86
KKEA2    KAKE RAWS            PC RG :  0.86
ZMBA2    ZAREMBO ISLAND SOUTH PC RG :  0.73
PASI     SITKA                PP RZ :  0.62
SWNA2    SWANSON RIVER RAWS   PC RG :  0.58
FCCA2    FISH CREEK           PC RG :  0.54
THOA2    THORNE BAY RAWS      PC RG :  0.50
CZOA2    CHISTOCHINA RAWS     PC RG :  0.50
CFCA2    COFFMAN COVE         PP RZ :  0.50

...LONG RANGE...

THE 6 TO 10 DAY TEMPERATURE OUTLOOK HAS INCREASED PROBABILITIES OF
ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES FOR THE THE INTERIOR AND SOUTHERN
MAINLAND AND FOR SOUTHEAST ALASKA.

THE 6 TO 10 DAY PRECIPITATION OUTLOOK HAS INCREASED PROBABILITIES OF
BELOW NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR MOST OF THE STATE.  THE EXCEPTIONS
ARE A SMALL PORTION OF THE NORTHERN COAST AND PART OF THE
NORTHEASTERN MAINLAND.

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

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

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

A GRAPHICAL SLIDE SHOW PRESENTATION OF HYDROMET ISSUES IS AVAILABLE
AT HTTP://APRFC.ARH.NOAA.GOV/PRODUCTS/PRESENT
$$

ACL




000
AGAK78 PACR 302255
HMDACR

HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
NWS ALASKA PACIFIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER ANCHORAGE AK
300 PM AKDT THU JUL 30 2015

...FLOOD POTENTIAL...

FLOOD POTENTIAL IS CURRENTLY LOW ACROSS THE STATE.

...HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION...

THE UPPER LEVEL PATTERN THIS MORNING HAS A LOW WELL NORTH OF THE
NORTH SLOPE WITH A VERY BROAD TROUGH WITH WEAK FLOW TO THE SOUTH
COVERING THE MAINLAND AND THE GULF... AND A RIDGE OVER THE WESTERN
BERING AND KAMCHATKA.  THE RIDGE TO THE WEST WILL SLOWLY BUILD INTO
THE INTERIOR AND THE SOUTHERN MAINLAND... LEAVING AN ELONGATED WEAK
TROUGH OVER THE GULF BY FRIDAY MORNING.

HEAVIEST WIDESPREAD RAIN FOR TODAY IS EXPECTED OVER THE PANHANDLE...
WITH SCATTERED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS OVER THE SOUTHERN MAINLAND
AND THE EASTERN INTERIOR.  ON FRIDAY THE HEAVIEST RAINS WILL STILL
BE OVER PORTIONS OF SOUTHEAST ALASKA... BUT A FRONT FROM THE
NORTHERN LOW WILL BRING UP TO ABOUT HALF AN INCH OF RAIN TO PORTIONS
OF THE NORTHWEST MAINLAND.  SHOWERS SHOULD DECREASE OVER MOST OF THE
INTERIOR AND SOUTHERN MAINLAND.

...PRECIPITATION...

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

LOCATION NAME                 PE TS   24 HR
======== ====                 == ==   =====
FYRA2    FORT YUKON RAWS      PC RG :  1.28
JTMA2    MT ROBERTS TRAM      PC RZ :  1.10
RBTA2    RABBIT CREEK RAWS    PC RG :  1.00
CHLA2    LITTLE CHENA RIVER   PC RG :  0.91
SNIA2    SNIPE LAKE           PC RG :  0.88
WSLA2    WASILLA RAWS         PC RP :  0.86
KKEA2    KAKE RAWS            PC RG :  0.86
ZMBA2    ZAREMBO ISLAND SOUTH PC RG :  0.73
PASI     SITKA                PP RZ :  0.62
SWNA2    SWANSON RIVER RAWS   PC RG :  0.58
FCCA2    FISH CREEK           PC RG :  0.54
THOA2    THORNE BAY RAWS      PC RG :  0.50
CZOA2    CHISTOCHINA RAWS     PC RG :  0.50
CFCA2    COFFMAN COVE         PP RZ :  0.50

...LONG RANGE...

THE 6 TO 10 DAY TEMPERATURE OUTLOOK HAS INCREASED PROBABILITIES OF
ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES FOR THE THE INTERIOR AND SOUTHERN
MAINLAND AND FOR SOUTHEAST ALASKA.

THE 6 TO 10 DAY PRECIPITATION OUTLOOK HAS INCREASED PROBABILITIES OF
BELOW NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR MOST OF THE STATE.  THE EXCEPTIONS
ARE A SMALL PORTION OF THE NORTHERN COAST AND PART OF THE
NORTHEASTERN MAINLAND.

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

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

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

A GRAPHICAL SLIDE SHOW PRESENTATION OF HYDROMET ISSUES IS AVAILABLE
AT HTTP://APRFC.ARH.NOAA.GOV/PRODUCTS/PRESENT
$$

ACL





000
AGAK78 PACR 292227
HMDACR

HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
NWS ALASKA PACIFIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER ANCHORAGE AK
300 PM AKDT WED JUL 29 2015

...FLOOD POTENTIAL...

FLOOD POTENTIAL IS CURRENTLY LOW ACROSS THE REST OF THE STATE.

...HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION...

THE UPPER LEVEL PATTERN INDICATES A BROAD LOW THAT EXTENDS FROM THE
Y/K PENINSULA INTO THE NORTHERN GULF OF ALASKA. THERE IS ALSO AN
ESPECIALLY DEEP LOW WELL NORTH OF THE ALCAN BORDER OVER THE ARCTIC
OCEAN. THE FIRST LOW WILL MOVE ENTIRELY OVER THE GULF OF ALASKA BY
FRIDAY. THERE IS A TROUGH AXIS THAT CONNECTS THE TWO LOWS THAT GOES
THROUGH THE EASTERN MAINLAND.

HEAVIEST RAIN FOR TODAY AND TONIGHT IS EXPECTED OVER THE
PANHANDLE... WITH UP TO AN INCH. SCATTERED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS
IN THE VICINITY OF THE ALASKA RANGE CAN PRODUCE LOCALIZED THREE-
QUARTER INCH AMOUNTS. FOR THURSDAY... HEAVIEST AMOUNTS WILL BE OVER
THE PANHANDLE/KETCHIKAN AREA WITH UP TO 2.5 INCHES. ANOTHER DAY OF
WIDELY SCATTERED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS FOR THE ALASKA RANGE AND
EASTERN INTERIOR. ON FRIDAY... AN AREA OF RAIN WILL MOVE INTO THE
NORTH SLOPE WITH VALUES UP TO A QUARTER INCH. CONTINUED WIDELY
SCATTERED SHOWERS FOR SOUTHEAST MAINLAND INTO THE PANHANDLE.

...PRECIPITATION...

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

LOCATION NAME                 PE TS   24 HR
======== ====                 == ==   =====
ECBA2    EAGLECREST BASE      PP RZ :  1.86
SPPA2    SNETTISHAM POWER     PP RZ :  1.74
JDWA2    JUNEAU DOUGLAS WWTP  PP RZ :  1.36
THOA2    THORNE BAY RAWS      PC RG :  1.33
PECA2    PELICAN              PP RZ :  1.31
HATA2    HATCHER PASS         PC R2 :  1.30
KEYA2    KENAI RIVER AT KENAI PP RV :  1.26
GCQA2    GILMORE CREEK        PP RZ :  1.24
GSTA2    GLACIER BAY NATIONAL PP RZ :  1.17
SDIA2    SOUTH DOUGLAS        PC RZ :  1.11
HATA2    HATCHER PASS         PP RG :  1.07
AUKA2    AUKE BAY LARC        PP RZ :  1.03
JTMA2    MT ROBERTS TRAM      PC RZ :  0.99
ALXA2    ALEXANDER LAKE       PC RM :  0.90
PAYA     YAKUTAT              PP RZ :  0.89
GTSA2    GUSTUVUS 2NE         PP RG :  0.85
CTUA2    CHITITU CAMP NPS     PC RG :  0.83
LSOA2    LITTLE SU AT HATCHER PP RZ :  0.78
FAOA2    COLLEGE OBSERVATORY  PP RZ :  0.76
TLRA2    UPPER TALARIK CREEK  PC RG :  0.75
PAPG     PETERSBURG           PP RZ :  0.74
ZMBA2    ZAREMBO ISLAND SOUTH PC RG :  0.72
PAJK     JUNEAU WFO           PC RZ :  0.71
AURA2    AURORA               PP RZ :  0.71
UNCA2    UPPER NOME CREEK     PC RM :  0.70
CIAA2    CANYON ISLAND        PP RZ :  0.69
PAMC     MCGRATH              PP RZ :  0.68
PAKT     KETCHIKAN            PP RZ :  0.68
HONA2    HOONAH RAWS          PC RG :  0.68
DNPA2    DENALI PARK HQ       PP RZ :  0.68
SGSA2    SKILAK GUARD STATION PC RG :  0.67
PARY     RUBY                 PP RZ :  0.67

...LONG RANGE...

THE 6 TO 10 DAY TEMPERATURE OUTLOOK HAS INCREASED PROBABILITIES OF
ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES FOR THE ENTIRE STATE...EXCEPT FOR PORTIONS
OF THE FAR NORTH.

THE 6 TO 10 DAY PRECIPITATION OUTLOOK HAS INCREASED PROBABILITIES OF
BELOW NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR MUCH OF THE STATE. THE EXCEPTION IS
OVER THE EASTERN NORTH SLOPE.

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

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

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

A GRAPHICAL SLIDE SHOW PRESENTATION OF HYDROMET ISSUES IS AVAILABLE
AT HTTP://APRFC.ARH.NOAA.GOV/PRODUCTS/PRESENT
$$

KFM




000
AGAK78 PACR 292227
HMDACR

HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
NWS ALASKA PACIFIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER ANCHORAGE AK
300 PM AKDT WED JUL 29 2015

...FLOOD POTENTIAL...

FLOOD POTENTIAL IS CURRENTLY LOW ACROSS THE REST OF THE STATE.

...HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION...

THE UPPER LEVEL PATTERN INDICATES A BROAD LOW THAT EXTENDS FROM THE
Y/K PENINSULA INTO THE NORTHERN GULF OF ALASKA. THERE IS ALSO AN
ESPECIALLY DEEP LOW WELL NORTH OF THE ALCAN BORDER OVER THE ARCTIC
OCEAN. THE FIRST LOW WILL MOVE ENTIRELY OVER THE GULF OF ALASKA BY
FRIDAY. THERE IS A TROUGH AXIS THAT CONNECTS THE TWO LOWS THAT GOES
THROUGH THE EASTERN MAINLAND.

HEAVIEST RAIN FOR TODAY AND TONIGHT IS EXPECTED OVER THE
PANHANDLE... WITH UP TO AN INCH. SCATTERED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS
IN THE VICINITY OF THE ALASKA RANGE CAN PRODUCE LOCALIZED THREE-
QUARTER INCH AMOUNTS. FOR THURSDAY... HEAVIEST AMOUNTS WILL BE OVER
THE PANHANDLE/KETCHIKAN AREA WITH UP TO 2.5 INCHES. ANOTHER DAY OF
WIDELY SCATTERED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS FOR THE ALASKA RANGE AND
EASTERN INTERIOR. ON FRIDAY... AN AREA OF RAIN WILL MOVE INTO THE
NORTH SLOPE WITH VALUES UP TO A QUARTER INCH. CONTINUED WIDELY
SCATTERED SHOWERS FOR SOUTHEAST MAINLAND INTO THE PANHANDLE.

...PRECIPITATION...

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

LOCATION NAME                 PE TS   24 HR
======== ====                 == ==   =====
ECBA2    EAGLECREST BASE      PP RZ :  1.86
SPPA2    SNETTISHAM POWER     PP RZ :  1.74
JDWA2    JUNEAU DOUGLAS WWTP  PP RZ :  1.36
THOA2    THORNE BAY RAWS      PC RG :  1.33
PECA2    PELICAN              PP RZ :  1.31
HATA2    HATCHER PASS         PC R2 :  1.30
KEYA2    KENAI RIVER AT KENAI PP RV :  1.26
GCQA2    GILMORE CREEK        PP RZ :  1.24
GSTA2    GLACIER BAY NATIONAL PP RZ :  1.17
SDIA2    SOUTH DOUGLAS        PC RZ :  1.11
HATA2    HATCHER PASS         PP RG :  1.07
AUKA2    AUKE BAY LARC        PP RZ :  1.03
JTMA2    MT ROBERTS TRAM      PC RZ :  0.99
ALXA2    ALEXANDER LAKE       PC RM :  0.90
PAYA     YAKUTAT              PP RZ :  0.89
GTSA2    GUSTUVUS 2NE         PP RG :  0.85
CTUA2    CHITITU CAMP NPS     PC RG :  0.83
LSOA2    LITTLE SU AT HATCHER PP RZ :  0.78
FAOA2    COLLEGE OBSERVATORY  PP RZ :  0.76
TLRA2    UPPER TALARIK CREEK  PC RG :  0.75
PAPG     PETERSBURG           PP RZ :  0.74
ZMBA2    ZAREMBO ISLAND SOUTH PC RG :  0.72
PAJK     JUNEAU WFO           PC RZ :  0.71
AURA2    AURORA               PP RZ :  0.71
UNCA2    UPPER NOME CREEK     PC RM :  0.70
CIAA2    CANYON ISLAND        PP RZ :  0.69
PAMC     MCGRATH              PP RZ :  0.68
PAKT     KETCHIKAN            PP RZ :  0.68
HONA2    HOONAH RAWS          PC RG :  0.68
DNPA2    DENALI PARK HQ       PP RZ :  0.68
SGSA2    SKILAK GUARD STATION PC RG :  0.67
PARY     RUBY                 PP RZ :  0.67

...LONG RANGE...

THE 6 TO 10 DAY TEMPERATURE OUTLOOK HAS INCREASED PROBABILITIES OF
ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES FOR THE ENTIRE STATE...EXCEPT FOR PORTIONS
OF THE FAR NORTH.

THE 6 TO 10 DAY PRECIPITATION OUTLOOK HAS INCREASED PROBABILITIES OF
BELOW NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR MUCH OF THE STATE. THE EXCEPTION IS
OVER THE EASTERN NORTH SLOPE.

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

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

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

A GRAPHICAL SLIDE SHOW PRESENTATION OF HYDROMET ISSUES IS AVAILABLE
AT HTTP://APRFC.ARH.NOAA.GOV/PRODUCTS/PRESENT
$$

KFM





000
AGAK78 PACR 281936
HMDACR

HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
NWS ALASKA PACIFIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER ANCHORAGE AK
300 PM AKDT TUE JUL 28 2015

...FLOOD POTENTIAL...

A GLACIAL DAM RELEASE COUPLED WITH RECENT HEAVY RAINS IS RESULTING
IN BANKFULL CONDITIONS AT MENDENHALL LAKE NEAR JUNEAU.

LOCAL MINOR FLOODING POSSIBLE ALONG THE TAIYA RIVER NEAR SKAGWAY.

OTHERWISE FLOOD POTENTIAL IS CURRENTLY LOW ACROSS THE REST OF THE
STATE.

...HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION...

THE UPPER LEVEL PATTERN INDICATES THE GULF OF ALASKA LOW IS FILLING
AS IT MOVES SLOWLY EASTWARD. THE ARCTIC LOW IS MOVING NORTH AWAY
FROM ALASKA. EXPECT THE GULF LOW TO CONTINUE TO DISSIPATE AS ANOTHER
LOW DEVELOPS OVER BRISTOL BAY BY WEDNESDAY. THE BRISTOL BAY LOW IS
EXPECTED TO MOVE ACROSS THE AKPEN INTO THE GULF BY THURSDAY.

HEAVIEST RAIN FOR TODAY AND TONIGHT IS EXPECTED OVER THE
PANHANDLE... WITH UP TO 2 INCHES EXPECTED IN THE MOUNTAINS. AREAS OF
RAIN OVER THE CENTRAL AND EASTERN INTERIOR WITH LOCALIZED AMOUNTS UP
TO A HALF INCH. RAIN AMOUNTS WEDNESDAY INTO THURSDAY WILL BE LESS
THAN A QUARTER INCH EACH DAY... FROM THE SOUTHWEST MAINLAND THROUGH
THE INTERIOR. UP TO AN INCH IS POSSIBLE EACH DAY FOR HIGHER
ELEVATIONS IN THE PANHANDLE.

...PRECIPITATION...

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

LOCATION NAME                 PE TS   24 HR
======== ====                 == ==   =====
PAAP     PORT ALEXANDER       PP RZ :  2.16
LCRA2    LITTLE CHENA RIDGE S PC R2 :  2.04
SIKA2    SITKA CRN            PP RG :  1.79
SDIA2    SOUTH DOUGLAS        PC RZ :  1.78
JTMA2    MT ROBERTS TRAM      PC RZ :  1.73
PASI     SITKA                PP RZ :  1.62
ANXA2    ANNEX CREEK          PP RZ :  1.61 PAYA     YAKUTAT
     PP RZ :  1.47TODAY HAS A LOW NORTH OF THE ALCAN BORDER. HADA2
 HAIDA RAWS           PP RG :  1.41 PAJK     JUNEAU WFO           PP
RZ :  1.38 PAPG     PETERSBURG           PP RZ :  1.33 ZMBA2
ZAREMBO ISLAND SOUTH PC RG :  1.27 SHLA2    SHELTER COVE RAWS    PC
RG :  1.26 PAJK     JUNEAU WFO           PC RZ :  1.25 KKEA2    KAKE
RAWS            PC RG :  1.22 ZMBA2    ZAREMBO ISLAND SOUTH PP RG :
1.21 MCAA2    MONTANA CREEK        PP RG :  1.19 SHLA2    SHELTER
COVE RAWS    PP RG :  1.18 FCCA2    FISH CREEK NEAR CHAT PC RG :
1.10 PAFA     FAIRBANKS AIRPORT    PP RZ :  1.07

...LONG RANGE...

THE 6 TO 10 DAY TEMPERATURE OUTLOOK HAS INCREASED PROBABILITIES OF
ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES FOR THE ENTIRE STATE.

THE 6 TO 10 DAY PRECIPITATION OUTLOOK HAS INCREASED PROBABILITIES OF
BELOW NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR MUCH OF THE STATE. THE EXCEPTION IS
OVER THE NORTH SLOPE.

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

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

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

A GRAPHICAL SLIDE SHOW PRESENTATION OF HYDROMET ISSUES IS AVAILABLE
AT HTTP://APRFC.ARH.NOAA.GOV/PRODUCTS/PRESENT
$$

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AGAK78 PACR 281936
HMDACR

HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
NWS ALASKA PACIFIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER ANCHORAGE AK
300 PM AKDT TUE JUL 28 2015

...FLOOD POTENTIAL...

A GLACIAL DAM RELEASE COUPLED WITH RECENT HEAVY RAINS IS RESULTING
IN BANKFULL CONDITIONS AT MENDENHALL LAKE NEAR JUNEAU.

LOCAL MINOR FLOODING POSSIBLE ALONG THE TAIYA RIVER NEAR SKAGWAY.

OTHERWISE FLOOD POTENTIAL IS CURRENTLY LOW ACROSS THE REST OF THE
STATE.

...HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION...

THE UPPER LEVEL PATTERN INDICATES THE GULF OF ALASKA LOW IS FILLING
AS IT MOVES SLOWLY EASTWARD. THE ARCTIC LOW IS MOVING NORTH AWAY
FROM ALASKA. EXPECT THE GULF LOW TO CONTINUE TO DISSIPATE AS ANOTHER
LOW DEVELOPS OVER BRISTOL BAY BY WEDNESDAY. THE BRISTOL BAY LOW IS
EXPECTED TO MOVE ACROSS THE AKPEN INTO THE GULF BY THURSDAY.

HEAVIEST RAIN FOR TODAY AND TONIGHT IS EXPECTED OVER THE
PANHANDLE... WITH UP TO 2 INCHES EXPECTED IN THE MOUNTAINS. AREAS OF
RAIN OVER THE CENTRAL AND EASTERN INTERIOR WITH LOCALIZED AMOUNTS UP
TO A HALF INCH. RAIN AMOUNTS WEDNESDAY INTO THURSDAY WILL BE LESS
THAN A QUARTER INCH EACH DAY... FROM THE SOUTHWEST MAINLAND THROUGH
THE INTERIOR. UP TO AN INCH IS POSSIBLE EACH DAY FOR HIGHER
ELEVATIONS IN THE PANHANDLE.

...PRECIPITATION...

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

LOCATION NAME                 PE TS   24 HR
======== ====                 == ==   =====
PAAP     PORT ALEXANDER       PP RZ :  2.16
LCRA2    LITTLE CHENA RIDGE S PC R2 :  2.04
SIKA2    SITKA CRN            PP RG :  1.79
SDIA2    SOUTH DOUGLAS        PC RZ :  1.78
JTMA2    MT ROBERTS TRAM      PC RZ :  1.73
PASI     SITKA                PP RZ :  1.62
ANXA2    ANNEX CREEK          PP RZ :  1.61 PAYA     YAKUTAT
     PP RZ :  1.47TODAY HAS A LOW NORTH OF THE ALCAN BORDER. HADA2
 HAIDA RAWS           PP RG :  1.41 PAJK     JUNEAU WFO           PP
RZ :  1.38 PAPG     PETERSBURG           PP RZ :  1.33 ZMBA2
ZAREMBO ISLAND SOUTH PC RG :  1.27 SHLA2    SHELTER COVE RAWS    PC
RG :  1.26 PAJK     JUNEAU WFO           PC RZ :  1.25 KKEA2    KAKE
RAWS            PC RG :  1.22 ZMBA2    ZAREMBO ISLAND SOUTH PP RG :
1.21 MCAA2    MONTANA CREEK        PP RG :  1.19 SHLA2    SHELTER
COVE RAWS    PP RG :  1.18 FCCA2    FISH CREEK NEAR CHAT PC RG :
1.10 PAFA     FAIRBANKS AIRPORT    PP RZ :  1.07

...LONG RANGE...

THE 6 TO 10 DAY TEMPERATURE OUTLOOK HAS INCREASED PROBABILITIES OF
ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES FOR THE ENTIRE STATE.

THE 6 TO 10 DAY PRECIPITATION OUTLOOK HAS INCREASED PROBABILITIES OF
BELOW NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR MUCH OF THE STATE. THE EXCEPTION IS
OVER THE NORTH SLOPE.

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

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

A GRAPHICAL SLIDE SHOW PRESENTATION OF HYDROMET ISSUES IS AVAILABLE
AT HTTP://APRFC.ARH.NOAA.GOV/PRODUCTS/PRESENT
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