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Barrow

Bethel

Cold Bay

King Salmon

Kodiak

Kotzebue

McGrath

Nome

Saint Paul

Valdez

Yakutat

River Forecast Center

Public Information Statement - River Forecast Center 

Anchorage


567
NOAK48 PAFC 131754
PNSAFC
AKZ101-111-121-125-131-135-141-145-171-152-155-161-181-185-151800-

Public Information Statement
National Weather Service Anchorage AK
948 AM AKDT Mon Aug 13 2018

...NOAA Weather Radio Outage for August 15 2018...

All NOAA Weather Radio Transmitters and Repeaters for the WFO
Anchorage Area of Responsibility will be taken offline from 8:00
AM AKDT to 4:00 PM AKDT on Wednesday August 15 2018.

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Fairbanks

Juneau


966
NOAK47 PAJK 100058
PNSAJK
AKZ017>029-101300-

Public Information Statement
National Weather Service Juneau AK
458 PM AKDT Thu Aug 9 2018

...HEAVY RAINS ACROSS THE PANHANDLE WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY...

Daily precipitation records set this week.

The following sites set daily precipitation records on Wednesday,
August 8, 2018.

Eaglecrest Base...1.09 inches. Previous record was 0.36 inches set
in 2010

Haines COOP...0.71 inches. Previous record was 0.51 inches set in
2002

Hoonah COOP...0.71 inches. Previous record was 0.57 inches set in
1999

Juneau Lena Point...2.06 inches. Previous record was 0.94 inches
set in 2002

Juneau Douglas WWTP...0.73 inches. Previous record was 0.34
inches set in 2010

Pelican...2.82 inches. Previous record was 1.07 inches set in
1967

Skagway Airport...0.30 inches. Previous record was 0.28 inches
set in 1999

The following sites set daily precipitation records on Thursday,
August 9, 2018.

Craig...1.15 inches. Previous record was 1.06 inches set in 2002

Haines COOP...0.90 inches. Previous record was 0.27 inches set in
2013

Hoonah COOP...1.44 inches. Previous record was 0.58 inches set in
1984

Pelican...6.13 inches. Previous record was 1.11 inches set in
2012

Point Baker...1.11 inches. Previous record was 0.60 inches set in
2016

Skagway...1.32 inches. Previous record was 0.86 inches set in
1933

Snettisham Power Plant...3.85 inches. Previous record was 1.07
inches set in 2012



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