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Strong Coastal Storm to Impact Mid-Atlantic to New England through Thursday

A rapidly intensifying storm developing across the Mid-Atlantic will move quickly into New England by Thursday. The storm will produce heavy rainfall and localized flooding across these areas. Additionally, strong winds may cause some tree damage and power outages through Thursday. Elsewhere, elevated to critical fire weather conditions are forecast across the Great Basin and Central Rockies. Read More >

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Public Information Statement: Higher Than Normal Water Along Eklutna River

Published 2019-09-21

...HIGHER THAN NORMAL WATER ALONG THE EKLUTNA RIVER FROM EKLUTNA LAKE DOWNSTREAM TO TIDEWATER... EKLUTNA LAKE IS CURRENTLY AT A LEVEL WHERE WATER FLOWS OVER THE SPILLWAY INTO THE UPPER EKLUTNA RIVER. THIS IS A NORMAL CONDITION OCCURRING ABOUT EVERY SEVEN YEARS. FLOWS ALONG THE LOWER EKLUTNA RIVER ARE EXPECTED TO BE BETWEEN ONE TO TWO FEET DEEPER THAN NORMAL FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR.

Record Daily Rainfall at Anchorage

Published 2019-09-19

First daily record rainfall observed since May

A Glacier Dammed Lake on Bear Glacier in Resurrection Bay is Releasing

Published 2019-09-06

A Glacier Dammed Lake on Bear Glacier in Resurrection Bay is Releasing

Published 2019-09-05

Upcoming Weather Spotter Training: September 18th in Kodiak

Published 2019-09-02

ELEVATED WATER LEVELS AND MINOR COASTAL EROSION POSSIBLE THROUGH TONIGHT FOR KUSKOKWIM BAY TO HOOPER BAY

Published 2019-09-01