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wwus83 kapx 210335
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special weather statement
national weather service gaylord mi
1135 pm edt sun apr 20 2014

miz008-015-211000-
chippewa-mackinac-
including the cities of...sault ste. marie...st. ignace
1135 pm edt sun apr 20 2014

...locally dense fog expected overnight...

a moist airmass..combined with partially clearing skies will
cause fog to thicken across eastern upper michigan overnight.
this will result in local areas of dense fog with visibilities 
dropping to as low as one quarter mile at times.

if you are traveling overnight...please use extra caution as
visibilities may vary rapidly. leave plenty of room between you
and the vehicle in front of you.

$$
wwus83 karx 210454
spsarx
385 

special weather statement
national weather service la crosse wi
1154 pm cdt sun apr 20 2014

wiz017-029-210800-
taylor-clark-
including the cities of...medford...neillsville
1154 pm cdt sun apr 20 2014

...areas of dense fog possible early this morning...

if traveling early this morning...plan on areas where visibilities
could drop to 1/4 mile or less at times. slow down and allow extra
time to reach your destination.

$$
wwus85 kgjt 202202
spsgjt
999 

special weather statement
national weather service grand junction co
402 pm mdt sun apr 20 2014

coz001>014-017>023-utz022>025-027>029-211300-
lower yampa river basin-central yampa river basin-
roan and tavaputs plateaus-elkhead and park mountains-
upper yampa river basin-grand valley-debeque to silt corridor-
central colorado river basin-grand and battlement mesas-
gore and elk mountains/central mountain valleys-
central gunnison and uncompahgre river basin-
west elk and sawatch mountains-flattops-
upper gunnison river valley-uncompahgre plateau and dallas divide-
northwest san juan mountains-southwest san juan mountains-
paradox valley/lower dolores river-
four corners/upper dolores river-animas river basin-
san juan river basin-southeast utah-eastern uinta mountains-
eastern uinta basin-tavaputs plateau-arches/grand flat-
la sal and abajo mountains-canyonlands/natural bridges-
including the cities of...rangely...dinosaur...craig...hayden...
meeker...rio blanco...columbine...toponas...
steamboat springs and vicinity...grand junction...fruita...
palisade...rifle...silt...parachute...mesa...glenwood springs...
eagle...carbondale...skyway...aspen...vail...snowmass...
cedaredge...delta...hotchkiss...montrose...crested butte...
taylor park...marble...buford...trappers lake...gunnison...
cimarron...ridgway...glade park...ouray...telluride...lake city...
silverton...rico...hesperus...gateway...nucla...cortez...
dove creek...mancos...durango...bayfield...ignacio...
pagosa springs and vicinity...blanding...bluff...mexican hat...
manila...dutch john...vernal...jensen...ballard...fort duchesne...
randlett...moab...castle valley...thompson springs...
monticello and vicinity
402 pm mdt sun apr 20 2014

...strong gusty winds tuesday afternoon...

a pacific storm system will move across the northern great basin
on tuesday. as the associated cold front approaches from the
northwest...strong southwest winds will become widespread over
eastern utah and western colorado tuesday afternoon. wind gusts 35
to 45 mph are possible...with some higher gusts over exposed
higher terrain. the strongest winds are expected across eastern
utah late in the afternoon. at times blowing dust may limit
visibility...and may deposit a layer of dust on the snowpack.

anyone planning agricultural burning and land use agencies
planning prescribed burning should continue to monitor the
forecast. these strong winds will make fire control difficult.
 




$$
wwus83 kmpx 210730
spsmpx
192 

special weather statement
national weather service twin cities/chanhassen mn
230 am cdt mon apr 21 2014

mnz057-058-210815-
kandiyohi-meeker-
230 am cdt mon apr 21 2014

...thunderstorms moving over kandiyohi and meeker counties through 
315 am cdt...

at 229 am cdt...weather service radar was tracking a strong
thunderstorm 10 miles southeast of willmar...or 20 miles south of
sibley state park. this storm was moving east at 25 mph.

hail up to dime size is expected with this storm.

* locations in or near the path of this storm include...
  kandiyohi.
  atwater.
  cosmos.
  strout.
  corvuso.
  cedar mills.

precautionary/preparedness actions...

remember...if you can hear thunder...you are close enough to the
storm to be struck by lightning. seek safe shelter immediately.

&&

lat...lon 4512 9449 4491 9453 4497 9501 4515 9496
time...mot...loc 0730z 280deg 22kt 4505 9486

$$
wwus86 kpqr 210049
spspqr
688 

special weather statement
national weather service portland or
549 pm pdt sun apr 20 2014

orz010-011-013-waz019-040-220000-
northern oregon cascade foothills-northern oregon cascades-
cascades in lane county-south washington cascades-
south washington cascade foothills-
including the cities of...sandy...estacada...
silver falls state park...sweet home...government camp...
detroit...santiam pass...mckenzie pass...mckenzie bridge...
oakridge...willamette pass...coldwater ridge visitors center...
mount st. helens...wind river valley...toutle...ariel...
lake merwin...yale lake...cougar
549 pm pdt sun apr 20 2014

...light snow accumulations for the cascade passes tuesday and
wednesday...

a series of colder storms will likely result in light
accumulating for the cascade mountain passes tuesday and wednesday.
a cold front will move across southwest washington and northwest
oregon monday...and snow levels will lower from around 7000 feet
monday morning to around 3500 feet early tuesday morning. the snow
levels will lower another 500 feet...down to around 3000 feet...by
tuesday afternoon. expect only light and spotty snow
accumulations for the passes on tuesday...with local accumulations
of 1 to 2 inches.

the cooler air will remain over the cascades and cascade
foothills tuesday night into wednesday as another front produces
additional precipitation across the region. this will result in a
brief period of heavier snow late tuesday night and
wednesday...with possibly another 1 to 3 inches of snow for the
cascade passes. some light snow showers will linger wednesday
afternoon before the snow levels rise in response to a warm front
expected to move across the area wednesday night into thursday.

snow may cause some travel difficulties across the cascade passes
tuesday and wednesday.

$$
wwus85 kslc 202146
spsslc
277 

special weather statement
national weather service salt lake city ut
346 pm mdt sun apr 20 2014

utz001>016-019>021-517-518-wyz021-211100-
cache valley/utah portion-northern wasatch front-
salt lake and tooele valleys-southern wasatch front-
great salt lake desert and mountains-wasatch mountain valleys-
wasatch mountains i-80 north-wasatch mountains south of i-80-
western uinta mountains-wasatch plateau/book cliffs-
western uinta basin-castle country-san rafael swell-
sanpete/sevier valleys-west central utah-southwest utah-
utahs dixie and zion national park-south central utah-
glen canyon recreation area/lake powell-central mountains-
southern mountains-southwest wyoming-
including the cities of...logan...smithfield...brigham city...
ogden...bountiful...salt lake city...tooele...lehi...provo...
nephi...wendover...snowville...huntsville...park city...
heber city...woodruff...randolph...alta...brighton...
mirror lake highway...scofield...duchesne...roosevelt...price...
castle dale...emery...green river...hanksville...manti...
richfield...delta...fillmore...beaver...cedar city...milford...
st george...kanab...escalante...bullfrog...cove fort...
koosharem...fish lake...loa...panguitch...bryce canyon...evanston
346 pm mdt sun apr 20 2014

...spring storm for tuesday and wednesday...

a significant spring storm will impact the region tuesday and
wednesday. ahead of the storm...strong southerly winds are
expected to develop across much of the area tuesday with the
strongest winds across the western valleys. strong northwest winds
are also possible across the northwest deserts and into the 
wasatch front behind the cold front that is forecast to cross this
area tuesday afternoon and early evening.

colder air will spread into the region tuesday night and remain
through wednesday. accumulating snowfall is possible in the
northern mountains tuesday night through wednesday morning. snow
levels could reach the northern valleys...but with little or no
accumulation. freezing temperatures are possible across the far
north wednesday morning and in the colder locations across much of
the area thursday morning. temperatures will return to near
seasonal normals thursday. 

monitor noaa weather radio...your local media...and social media
sources for the latest updates on this storm.

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