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wwus73 kgrb 310858
npwgrb
667
urgent - weather message
national weather service green bay wi
358 am cdt thu jul 31 2014
...dense fog occurring over north central wisconsin...
.clear skies...light winds and recent rainfall have caused
fog to develop over north central wisconsin this morning. dense
fog will reduce visibilities to one-quarter mile or less...
resulting in hazardous driving conditions for the morning commute.
the foggy conditions should improve by around 8 am.
wiz005-010-018-311300-
/o.new.kgrb.fg.y.0004.140731t0858z-140731t1300z/
vilas-oneida-lincoln-
including the cities of...eagle river...rhinelander...tomahawk
358 am cdt thu jul 31 2014
...dense fog advisory in effect until 8 am cdt this morning...
the national weather service in green bay has issued a dense fog
advisory...which is in effect until 8 am cdt this morning.
* visibility will be reduced to one-quarter mile or less early
this morning. conditions should improve by around 8 am.
* poor visibility...or rapid changes in visibility...will create
hazardous travel conditions for the morning commute.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a dense fog advisory means visibilities will frequently be
reduced to less than one quarter mile. if driving...slow down...
use your low beam headlights...and keep a safe distance from
other vehicles.
&&
$$
wwus71 kgyx 310932
npwgyx
179
urgent - weather message
national weather service gray me
532 am edt thu jul 31 2014
mez012>014-019>022-024>028-311300-
/o.new.kgyx.fg.y.0004.140731t0932z-140731t1300z/
southern oxford-southern franklin-southern somerset-
interior cumberland-androscoggin-kennebec-interior waldo-
coastal cumberland-sagadahoc-lincoln-knox-coastal waldo-
including the cities of...rumford...norway...fryeburg...oxford...
farmington...wilton...madison...skowhegan...pittsfield...
north windham...gorham...bridgton...lewiston-auburn...
livermore falls...augusta...waterville...winterport...unity...
portland...south portland...westbrook...bath...topsham...
boothbay harbor...wiscasset...waldoboro...camden...rockland...
thomaston...belfast...lincolnville
532 am edt thu jul 31 2014
...dense fog advisory in effect until 9 am edt this morning...
the national weather service in gray has issued a dense fog
advisory...which is in effect until 9 am edt this morning.
* visibilities...one quarter mile or less.
* timing...dense fog will thin and lift between 8 and 9 am.
* impacts...dense fog will be present through much of the morning
commute. rapid changes in visibility over short distances will
be likely.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
a dense fog advisory means visibilities will frequently be
reduced to less than one quarter mile. if driving...slow down...
use your headlights...and leave plenty of distance ahead of you.
&&
$$
wwus76 kotx 310255
npwotx
waz032-311300-
/o.con.kotx.ht.y.0003.140731t2000z-140801t0300z/
lower garfield and asotin counties-
755 pm pdt wed jul 30 2014
...heat advisory remains in effect from 1 pm to 8 pm pdt
thursday...
* temperatures...highs 99 to 105.
* timing...temperatures will be warmest between 1 pm and 8 pm.
* locations...clarkston...and asotin.
* impacts...hot temperatures will have the potential to create
heat related illnesses. people who are unable to care for
themselves will be at most risk...including young children and
the elderly. limit outdoor activities during the afternoon
when temperatures will be warmest. seek shaded areas often to
cool off and consume plenty of water to keep hydrated.
* web page: for a detailed view of the hazard area visit
http://www.wrh.noaa.gov/wrh/whv/?wfo=otx
precautionary/preparedness actions...
take extra precautions if you work or spend time outside. when
possible...reschedule strenuous activities to early morning or
evening. know the signs and symptoms of heat exhaustion and heat
stroke. wear light weight and loose fitting clothing when
possible and drink plenty of water.
to reduce risk during outdoor work the occupational safety and
health administration recommends scheduling frequent rest breaks
in shaded or air conditioned environments. anyone overcome by
heat should be moved to a cool and shaded location. heat stroke
is an emergency...call 911. a heat advisory means that a period
of hot temperatures is expected. the hot temperatures will create
a situation in which heat illnesses are possible. drink plenty of
fluids...stay in an air- conditioned room...stay out of the
sun...and check up on relatives and neighbors.
&&
$$
wwus75 kpsr 301900
npwpsr
425
urgent - weather message
national weather service phoenix az
1200 pm mst wed jul 30 2014
azz020>023-025>028-caz031>033-311200-
/o.con.kpsr.eh.w.0003.000000t0000z-140801t0300z/
lower colorado river valley az-west central deserts-
northwest maricopa county-greater phoenix area-
yuma/martinez lake and vicinity-southwest deserts-
southwest maricopa county-
northwest and north central pinal county-
lower colorado river valley ca-riverside county/eastern deserts-
imperial county-
including the cities of...ehrenberg...parker...quartzsite...
salome...buckeye...new river...wickenburg...mesa...phoenix...
fortuna foothills...yuma...tacna...wellton...gila bend...
apache junction...casa grande...florence...blythe...
chiriaco summit...desert center...brawley...calexico...el centro
1200 pm mst wed jul 30 2014 /1200 pm pdt wed jul 30 2014/
...excessive heat warning remains in effect until 8 pm mst /8 pm
pdt/ thursday...
an excessive heat warning remains in effect until 8 pm mst /8 pm
pdt/ thursday.
* affected area...the lower deserts of south central arizona and
southeast california...including phoenix...yuma...and el
centro.
* temperature...afternoon highs ranging from 110 to 115.
overnight lows in the mid 80s to lower 90s.
* impacts...for those who work or exercise outdoors or those
without access to air conditioning...especially the elderly...
there will be high potential for serious illness from heat
exposure if proper extra precautions are not taken.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
never leave kids or pets unattended in cars. drink more water
than usual and avoid alcohol...sugar...and caffeine. when
outdoors...wear light colored clothing and a wide-brimmed hat to
keep your head and body cooler. take frequent rest breaks in
shaded or air conditioned environments. public places with air
conditioning include libraries...community centers...government
buildings...malls...and special refuge stations.
recognize the signs and symptoms of heat illness. early symptoms
include things such as headache...thirst...and muscle cramps.
serious symptoms include weakness...skin that is cool to the
touch...fast but weak pulse...nausea...and fainting. severe
symptoms include hot and red dry skin...fast and strong pulse...
sweating that has stopped...and unconsciousness. untreated heat
illness can lead to fatal heat stroke.
stay cool...stay hydrated...stay informed.
&&
$$

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