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A Change in the Weather Pattern

The Atmospheric River event has ended for the Northwest, and conditions will be drier for a couple of days. A strong cold front in the East may produce damaging high winds in the central Appalachians and critical fire weather threats. Bitter wind chills across Northeast Alaska and heavy snow in the Southeast will continue, and blizzard conditions are expected to develop in far west-central Alaska. Read More >

 
Preliminary Alaska aviation weather unit Forecast graphics
The preliminary forecast graphics on this page are for air traffic planning purposes only. Preliminary forecast graphics are generated daily at 5:30am, 10:30am, and 6:30pm.  Graphics on this page may not match the final versions published to the Alaska Aviation Weather Unit web page.

 

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Preliminary Icing Graphics (With Labels)

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Preliminary Low Level Turbulence Graphics (With Labels)

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