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Significant Rain and Flooding Threat Along the Texas Coast; Dangerous Heat Persists From the Midwest to the Northeast

Potential Tropical Cyclone One will likely bring significant heavy rain, flash, urban and river flooding and wind impacts to southern Texas Wednesday. A Moderate Risk (level 3 of 4) of Excessive Rainfall is in effect. A dangerous heat wave will continue this week over the Great Lakes, Ohio Valley and the Northeast. Numerous record-tying/breaking high temperatures are possible. Read More >

 

Anchorage Forecast Office

6930 Sand Lake Road

 

 

Main Office

(907) 266-5105

Administrative Assistant

-- Vacant --

(907) 266-5142

Meteorologist in Charge

Noelle Runyan

(907) 266-5120

 

Science and Operations Officer

Samuel Shea

(907) 266-5111

Warning Coordination Meteorologist

Aviva Braun

(907) 266-5117

 

Senior Service Hydrologist

Marian Baker

(907) 266-5137

Observation Program Leader

David Dellinger

(907) 266-5121

 

Tours and Visits

If you'd like to schedule a tour of the Anchorage Forecast Office, or a speaker or presenter for your event, please contact our Warning Coordination Meteorologist. We generally give tours to groups of 5 or more, preferably on Fridays. However, accommodations can be made to meet your group's needs.

Aviva Braun

(907) 266-5117

aviva.braun@noaa.gov