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wwus85 kbou 291919
spsbou
873 

special weather statement
national weather service denver co
119 pm mdt fri aug 29 2014
 
coz033-035-038-292015-
larimer and boulder counties between 6000 and 9000 feet co-
larimer county below 6000 feet/northwest weld county co-
south and east jackson/larimer/north and northeast grand/northwest
boulder counties above 9000 feet co-
119 pm mdt fri aug 29 2014

...significant weather advisory for central larimer county until 215
pm mdt...

at 119 pm mdt...doppler radar was tracking a strong thunderstorm near
poudre park...or 14 miles northwest of fort collins...moving
southeast at 25 mph.

nickel size hail and winds in excess of 40 mph will be possible with
this storm.

locations impacted include...
southwestern fort collins...loveland...estes park...glen haven...
poudre park...drake...mishawaka...rustic...red feather lakes...
masonville...bellvue...pingree park...buckhorn mountain and teds
place.

precautionary/preparedness actions...

prepare for sudden gusty winds. secure loose objects and move to a
safe shelter inside a building or vehicle.

to report severe weather...contact your nearest law enforcement
agency. they will relay your report to the national weather service
office in denver.

&&

lat...lon 4029 10547 4088 10589 4078 10525 4037 10499
time...mot...loc 1919z 325deg 20kt 4065 10532 

$$
wwus84 kbro 291934
spsbro
357 

special weather statement
national weather service brownsville tx
234 pm cdt fri aug 29 2014

txz253-292015-
hidalgo-
234 pm cdt fri aug 29 2014

...significant weather advisory for...

  central hidalgo county in deep south texas.

  until 315 pm cdt...

  at 232 pm cdt...national weather service meteorologists detected a
  strong thunderstorm...8 miles west of linn...moving southeast at 5
  mph.

  this storm is capable of producing...
  torrential rainfall rates of two to 3 inches per hour. the storm   
  will pass over highway 1017 between puerto rico and                
  linn-san manuel.

  locations impacted include...
  red gate.

  when driving through heavy rain...slow down. always leave a safe
  distance between you and other vehicles. when using wipers...turn
  on headlights. avoid driving through puddles that could hide
  potholes or cause hydroplaning. make sure your headlamps...tires...
  and wipers are in good condition. keep an emergency kit which
  includes a flashlight...flares...and simple hand tools. seven
  thousand people die in weather related automobile accidents each
  year... many due to poor visibility and wet roads.

&&

$$
wwus83 kfsd 291830
spsfsd
874 

special weather statement
national weather service sioux falls sd
130 pm cdt fri aug 29 2014

iaz001>003-012>014-mnz071-072-080-081-089-090-097-098-sdz039-040-
054>056-060>062-066-067-292200-
lyon-osceola-dickinson-sioux-o'brien-clay-lincoln-murray-
cottonwood-nobles-jackson-pipestone-rock-kingsbury-brookings-
miner-lake-moody-hanson-mccook-minnehaha-turner-
including the cities of...rock rapids...george...inwood...
larchwood...sibley...spirit lake...milford...arnolds park...
orange city...sioux center...sheldon...hartley...sanborn...
spencer...tyler...hendricks...lake benton...ivanhoe...marshall...
slayton...fulda...windom...mountain lake...worthington...
jackson...lakefield...pipestone...luverne...de smet...arlington...
lake preston...brookings...howard...madison...flandreau...
alexandria...emery...salem...canistota...bridgewater...montrose...
sioux falls...parker...centerville...marion...viborg...hurley...
chancellor...canton...lennox...tea...harrisburg
130 pm cdt fri aug 29 2014

...special weather statement...

scattered thunderstorms forming along a weak boundary situated
across parts of southwest minnesota...extreme eastern south dakota
into northwest iowa may produce brief funnel clouds. any funnel
clouds that develop are expected to be weak and not touch the
ground...however if you feel your safety is threatened please seek
shelter.

$$
wwus84 kjan 291942
spsjan
863 
msz018-292010-
bolivar ms-
242 pm cdt fri aug 29 2014

special weather statement
national weather service jackson ms
242 pm cdt fri aug 29 2014

a couple of strong thunderstorm capables of producing 40 to 50 mph 
winds and some very heavy rain was located between benoit and mound 
bayou at 241 pm cdt...moving north at 10 mph.

people in central bolivar county should monitor this storm closely.

lat...lon 3364 9071 3354 9100 3367 9106 3369 9103
      3371 9105 3371 9108 3378 9111 3378 9105
      3377 9101 3379 9099 3380 9104 3385 9108
      3395 9069
time...mot...loc 1941z 166deg 10kt 3366 9092

$$
wwus82 kjax 291951
spsjax
329 

special weather statement
national weather service jacksonville fl
351 pm edt fri aug 29 2014

flz040-292030-
marion-
351 pm edt fri aug 29 2014

...a significant weather advisory has been issued for marion county
for strong winds...small hail and excessive lightning valid until 430
pm edt...

at 351 pm edt national weather service doppler radar indicated strong
thunderstorms centered 5 miles northwest of juniper springs...moving
northeast at 10 mph. these strong thunderstorms will also affect
areas around juniper springs...salt springs and lake delancy through
430 pm edt. hail up to three quarter inch in diameter...excessive
cloud-to-ground lightning and gusty winds of 45 to 55 mph can be
expected along with possible minor damage. heavy rainfall will
produce ponding of water on roadways and minor flooding of low-lying
areas.

report damage to the nearest law enforcement agency or your county
emergency management.

lat...lon 2921 8190 2949 8180 2948 8177 2943 8177
      2942 8174 2938 8174 2936 8166 2934 8166
      2933 8168 2928 8164 2926 8163 2914 8172
time...mot...loc 1951z 204deg 10kt 2926 8177

$$
wwus84 klch 291431
spslch
574 

special weather statement
national weather service lake charles la
931 am cdt fri aug 29 2014

laz041>045-052>055-073-074-txz215-216-292015-
calcasieu-jefferson davis-acadia-lafayette-upper st. martin-
vermilion-iberia-st. mary-lower st. martin-west cameron-
east cameron-jefferson-orange-
including the cities of...lake charles...sulphur...jennings...
welsh...lake arthur...crowley...rayne...church point...
lafayette...breaux bridge...st. martinville...abbeville...
kaplan...new iberia...morgan city...franklin...patterson...
berwick...bayou vista...stephensville...hackberry...holly beach...
cameron...grand chenier...beaumont...port arthur...orange...
vidor...bridge city
931 am cdt fri aug 29 2014

...tropical funnel clouds possible...

a very moist and unstable tropical airmass is in place across the
area. meanwhile...the vertical wind profile over the area is light
and variable. these conditions are favorable for the development
of tropical funnel clouds...especially where rain cooled
boundaries...known as outflow boundaries...and the seabreeze
collide.

these tropical funnel clouds are usually short-lived and rarely
reach the ground. if the funnel cloud becomes more severe and
does reach the ground...minor damage may occur.

stay tuned for later statements and updates on this weather
situation.

$$
wwus84 klix 291940
spslix
489 
msz081-292045-

special weather statement
national weather service new orleans la
240 pm cdt fri aug 29 2014

...cluster of strong thunderstorms moving northwest affecting
harrison county...

at 237 pm cdt...national weather service doppler radar indicated a
cluster of strong thunderstorms near gulfport...or about 3 miles
north of gulfport airport...moving northwest at 15 mph.

the cluster of strong thunderstorms will affect areas in and
around...lyman and saucier

the primary threats from these storms are frequent lightning and wind
gusts to near 45 mph...which could down tree limbs and blow around
unsecured small objects. seek shelter in a safe home or building
until these storms have passed.

$$
wwus84 klix 291939
spslix
159 
laz040-msz077-080-292045-

special weather statement
national weather service new orleans la
239 pm cdt fri aug 29 2014

...cluster of strong thunderstorms moving northwest affecting pearl
river county...hancock county...st. tammany parish...

at 237 pm cdt...national weather service doppler radar indicated a
cluster of strong thunderstorms 12 miles east of slidell...or about
over pearlington...moving northwest at 35 mph.

the cluster of strong thunderstorms will affect areas in and
around...stennis space center...eden isle...slidell...pearl river...
picayune...slidell airport...lacombe...bush and sun

the primary threats from these storms are frequent lightning and wind
gusts to near 45 mph...which could down tree limbs and blow around
unsecured small objects. seek shelter in a safe home or building
until these storms have passed.

$$
wwus82 kmfl 291932
spsmfl
091 

special weather statement
national weather service miami fl
332 pm edt fri aug 29 2014
 
flz069-070-292015-
inland collier county fl-coastal collier county fl-
332 pm edt fri aug 29 2014

...significant weather advisory for west central inland collier
county and northwestern coastal collier county...
 
* until 415 pm edt

* at 331 pm edt...national weather service meteorologists detected a
  strong thunderstorm over vineyards...or near golden gate estates...
  moving west at 20 mph.

the primary impacts will be frequent to excessive lightning and gusty
winds of 45 to 55 mph.  lightning is the number one weather related
killer in florida. trees and open shelters offer no protection. these
winds can down small tree limbs and branches...and blow around
unsecured small objects. seek shelter in a safe building until the
storm passes.

* the storm will affect...
  naples...golden gate estates...east naples...naples park...golden
  gate...naples manor...north naples...vineyards...orangetree...lely
  resort...pelican bay...lely and quail creek estate.

precautionary/preparedness actions...

torrential rainfall can be expected...causing temporary ponding on
some roads and minor flooding of poor drainage areas. motorists
should slow down in heavy rainfall to reduce the risk of hydroplaning
and leave a safe distance between other vehicles.

&&

lat...lon 2633 8184 2633 8182 2632 8182 2632 8165
      2629 8158 2607 8173 2611 8180 2610 8180
      2629 8183 2629 8182 2630 8182 2630 8183
time...mot...loc 1931z 111deg 18kt 2623 8172 

$$
wwus82 kmlb 291951
spsmlb
170 

special weather statement
national weather service melbourne fl
351 pm edt fri aug 29 2014

flz041-044>046-053-141-144-147-292115-
coastal volusia county-inland volusia county-northern brevard
county-northern lake county-orange-osceola-seminole-southern lake
county-
351 pm edt fri aug 29 2014

...numerous boundary collisions will lead to strong wind gusts over 
northwestern brevard county...lake county...orange 
county...northwestern osceola county...seminole county...volusia 
county...

* until 515 pm edt.

at 345 pm edt...national weather service doppler radar indicated 
several lines of storms across lake...volusia and eastern orange 
counties containing storms capable of producing strong wind gusts 
over clermont...moving northeast at 25 mph.

numerous boundary collisions will occur across this region over the 
next hour. these boundary collisions will lead to additional strong 
storms. 

the primary threats will be cloud to ground lightning strikes and
gusty winds up to 50 mph...which can cause unsecured objects to blow
around...snap tree limbs...cause power outages or capsize small
boats. heavy rainfall will temporarily reduce visibility. seek
shelter indoors until the storm passes.

boaters should be aware that strong wind gusts sometimes occur well
away from the heavy rain and lightning associated with storms.

lat...lon 2908 8093 2863 8060 2799 8138 2805 8147
      2802 8138 2808 8135 2808 8145 2814 8153
      2826 8156 2826 8166 2834 8167 2835 8195
      2897 8178 2897 8166 2933 8168 2940 8142
      2927 8141 2927 8116 2941 8116 2943 8110
time...mot...loc 1949z 223deg 21kt 2858 8172

$$
wwus83 kmpx 291954
spsmpx
772 

special weather statement
national weather service twin cities/chanhassen mn
254 pm cdt fri aug 29 2014

mnz065-067-073>075-292145-
brown-nicollet-redwood-renville-sibley-
254 pm cdt fri aug 29 2014

...rural and small stream flooding is likely in the area...

at 250 pm cdt...thunderstorms with heavy rainfall were resulting in 
rural and small stream flooding. doppler radar rainfall estimates 
indicate 1 to 3 inches of rain have fallen since 1 pm across 
portions of redwood county.  the heaviest rain was indicated 
southwest of redwood falls near wabasso.  slow movement of the 
thunderstorms may generate an additional inch or two through 6 pm. 

excessive runoff from this storm will cause flooding of small creeks
and streams...highways and underpasses.

&&

lat...lon 4470 9503 4472 9461 4446 9463 4436 9477
      4430 9487 4421 9520 4419 9558 4441 9560

$$
wwus83 kmpx 291945
spsmpx
543 

special weather statement
national weather service twin cities/chanhassen mn
245 pm cdt fri aug 29 2014

mnz078-wiz014>016-023>028-292045-
barron-chippewa-dunn-eau claire-goodhue-pepin-pierce-polk-rusk-st.
croix-
245 pm cdt fri aug 29 2014

at 238 pm cdt...weather service radar was tracking a strong
thunderstorm 3 miles northeast of barron...or 17 miles east of turtle
lake. this storm was moving northeast at 25 mph.

winds up to 30 mph and heavy downpours are expected with this storm.

* locations in or near the path of this storm include...
  rice lake airport.
  sumner.
  rice lake.
  haugen.
  brill.
  mikana.

precautionary/preparedness actions...

seek shelter and stay away from windows until the storm has passed.

other strong storms with torrential rain were developing across west 
central wisconsin...from near durand...baldwin and spring valley.  
rainfall amounts of 1 to 2 inches an hour are possible from the 
thunderstorms. this may result in brief runoff problems and ponding 
of water on area roadways.  

the thunderstorms are expected to continue developing across the 
area through 6 pm....and will affect the menomonie...
eau claire...chippewa falls and weyerhaeuser area

&&

lat...lon 4459 9124 4457 9255 4519 9257 4565 9211
      4564 9092
time...mot...loc 1941z 225deg 20kt 4545 9178

$$
wwus83 koax 291943
spsoax
878 

special weather statement
national weather service omaha/valley nebraska
243 pm cdt fri aug 29 2014
 
iaz069-079-090-nez045-052-053-067-068-090>093-292045-
fremont ia-mills ia-pottawattamie ia-douglas ne-cass ne-johnson ne-
pawnee ne-otoe ne-richardson ne-sarpy ne-nemaha ne-washington ne-
243 pm cdt fri aug 29 2014

...special weather statement...

at 241 pm cdt...doppler radar was tracking a line of strong
thunderstorms along a line extending from 6 miles southeast of fort 
calhoun to 6 miles northwest of bern...and moving northeast at 20 
mph.

half inch hail and winds in excess of 30 mph will be possible with 
these storms. in addition...heavy rain is also likely with some 
storms.

locations impacted include...
omaha...falls city...council bluffs...bellevue...papillion...la
vista...nebraska city...plattsmouth...ralston...glenwood...auburn...
springfield...hamburg...malvern...sidney...weeping water...treynor...
underwood...fort calhoun and pawnee city.

precautionary/preparedness actions...

torrential rainfall may also occurr with these storms...and may lead 
to flash flooding. do not drive your vehicle through flooded 
roadways.

&&

lat...lon 4001 9620 4146 9610 4137 9552 4058 9555
      4058 9577 4052 9575 4053 9570 4056 9568
      4054 9565 4052 9566 4051 9570 4050 9568
      4047 9569 4046 9565 4043 9564 4041 9566
      4034 9562 4031 9566 4030 9556 4000 9557
time...mot...loc 1941z 295deg 16kt 4138 9595 4002 9607 

$$
wwus81 krnk 292005
spsrnk
210 

special weather statement
national weather service blacksburg va
405 pm edt fri aug 29 2014
 
ncz001-vaz009-015-292100-
ashe nc-smyth va-grayson va-
405 pm edt fri aug 29 2014

the national weather service in blacksburg has issued a

* special weather statement for...
  northwestern ashe county in northwest north carolina...
  southeastern smyth county in southwest virginia...
  southwestern grayson county in southwest virginia...

* until 500 pm edt

* at 404 pm edt...national weather service doppler radar was 
  tracking thunderstorms with very heavy rain along a line extending 
  from near troutdale to near flatwood...moving to the northeast at 
  10 mph.

* wind gusts up to 30 mph are expected with these storms. very heavy
  rain is falling...and will cause water to pond on roadways and
  quickly fill roadside ditches and small streams.

* locations impacted include...
  sugar grove...
  troutdale...
  whitetop...
  thomas bridge...
  and rugby. 

precautionary/preparedness actions...

prolonged heavy rainfall may cause water to flow over the roadway. do
not drive your vehicle where the road has become flooded.

&&

lat...lon 3656 8169 3657 8169 3657 8168 3659 8168
      3661 8165 3662 8162 3664 8162 3670 8165
      3679 8155 3684 8135 3653 8148 3651 8170
      3653 8171
time...mot...loc 2003z 244deg 17kt 3671 8151 3656 8174 

$$
wwus81 krnk 291941
spsrnk
274 

special weather statement
national weather service blacksburg va
341 pm edt fri aug 29 2014
 
ncz001-018-292045-
watauga nc-ashe nc-
341 pm edt fri aug 29 2014

the national weather service in blacksburg has issued a

* special weather statement for...
  north central watauga county in northwest north carolina...
  northwestern ashe county in northwest north carolina...

* until 445 pm edt

* at 339 pm edt...national weather service doppler radar was 
  tracking a thunderstorm with heavy rain near ashland...moving to 
  the east at 10 mph.

* wind gusts up to 30 mph and locally heavy rain resulting in 
  localized flooding in areas of poor drainage are expected with 
  this slow moving storm. 

* locations impacted include...
  ashland...
  lansing...
  trout...
  baldwin...
  and west jefferson. 

precautionary/preparedness actions...

prolonged heavy rainfall may cause water to flow over the roadway. do
not drive your vehicle where the road has become flooded.

&&

lat...lon 3636 8180 3635 8178 3634 8177 3634 8171
      3636 8172 3639 8173 3641 8174 3642 8172
      3646 8171 3647 8170 3652 8170 3653 8148
      3634 8147 3632 8174 3635 8179
time...mot...loc 1932z 249deg 9kt 3639 8173 

$$
wwus84 ksjt 291946
spssjt
038 

special weather statement
national weather service san angelo tx
246 pm cdt fri aug 29 2014

txz114-128-292030-
shackelford tx-callahan tx-
246 pm cdt fri aug 29 2014

...significant weather advisory effective until 330 pm cdt for
shackelford and callahan counties...

potential storm hazards include...
  heavy rainfall
  wind gusts to 55 mph...
  and hail up to the size of nickels

at 241 pm cdt...a strong thunderstorm was located 6 miles southwest
of moran...or about 12 miles northeast of baird...moving east at 10
mph.

very heavy rainfall is occurring and localized minor flooding is 
likely with this storm.

potential storm impacts include...
  dangerous driving conditions...potential vehicle hydroplaning...
  accumulation of water at low water crossings...avoid these areas...

the strong thunderstorm will be near...
  moran and putnam by 250 pm cdt
  i-20 near the callahan-eastland county line by 315 pm cdt

this includes interstate 20 between mile markers 303 and 316.

this includes the low water crossings...
and other low lying and flood prone portions of shackelford and
callahan counties.

lat...lon 3251 9910 3251 9911 3223 9911 3222 9912
      3234 9940 3266 9922 3263 9909
time...mot...loc 1945z 278deg 9kt 3247 9920

$$

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