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wwus84 kewx 221948
spsewx
840 

special weather statement
national weather service austin/san antonio tx
248 pm cdt tue jul 22 2014

txz183-202>205-207-209-217>225-228-240000-
val verde-kinney-uvalde-medina-bexar-guadalupe-fayette-maverick-
zavala-frio-atascosa-wilson-karnes-gonzales-de witt-lavaca-dimmit-
including the cities of...del rio...brackettville...uvalde...
hondo...san antonio...seguin...la grange...eagle pass...
crystal city...pearsall...pleasanton...floresville...
karnes city...gonzales...cuero...hallettsville...carrizo springs
248 pm cdt tue jul 22 2014

...heat index values near 105 degrees wednesday afternoon...

high temperatures wednesday will again range from the mid 90s to
near 100 degrees across the rio grande and coastal plains. in
addition...southeasterly winds will continue to provide a supply
of gulf moisture to the region. the heat and moisture in place
will combine to drive heat index values to around 105 degrees
during the afternoon hours. as temperatures fall around sunset
heat index values should drop below 100 degrees.

take extra precautions if you work or spend time outside. wear
light weight and loose fitting clothing when possible and drink
plenty of water. never leave children...disabled adults or pets in
parked vehicles. 

$$
wwus83 kgid 230714
spsgid
252 

special weather statement
national weather service hastings ne
214 am cdt wed jul 23 2014
 
nez072-073-082-083-230745-
harlan ne-phelps ne-furnas ne-gosper ne-
214 am cdt wed jul 23 2014

...significant weather advisory for southeastern gosper...
southwestern phelps...northwestern harlan and northeastern furnas
counties until 245 am cdt...

at 214 am cdt...doppler radar was tracking a strong thunderstorm 9
miles northeast of edison...or 17 miles west of holdrege...moving
southeast at 25 mph.

dime size hail will be possible with this storm.

locations impacted include...
oxford...edison and atlanta. 

this storm may intensify...so be certain to monitor local radio and
tv stations...as well as local cable tv outlets...for additional
information and possible warnings from the national weather service.

lat...lon 4037 9985 4049 9979 4042 9939 4013 9969
time...mot...loc 0714z 297deg 23kt 4040 9970 

$$
wwus84 khun 230729
spshun
436 

special weather statement
national weather service huntsville al
229 am cdt wed jul 23 2014

alz008>010-tnz097-231300-
marshall-jackson-dekalb-franklin tn-
229 am cdt wed jul 23 2014

...significant weather advisory for patchy dense fog until 8 am...

patchy dense fog has developed across portions of northeast alabama
and southern middle tennessee...mainly along the tennessee river and
adjacent river valleys. visibility in some locations has dropped to
1/4 mile or less...including points along highway 72.

motorists are urged to drive with extreme caution...as visibility
will vary significantly given the patchy nature of the fog. use low
beams...reduce driving speed...and allow for plenty of room between
you and other cars.

the fog should begin to dissipate by around 7 to 8 am this morning.

$$
wwus83 klbf 230733
spslbf
309 

special weather statement
national weather service north platte ne
233 am cdt wed jul 23 2014

nez057>059-070-071-230830-
frontier ne-hayes ne-keith ne-lincoln ne-perkins ne-
233 am cdt wed jul 23 2014

...significant weather advisory for northeastern perkins...
southwestern lincoln...eastern keith...northeastern hayes and
northwestern frontier counties until 330 am cdt/230 am mdt/...

at 131 am mdt/231 am cdt/...national weather service doppler radar
was tracking strong thunderstorms along a line extending from
keystone to wellfleet...and moving south at 15 mph.

hail up to the size of nickels and wind gusts up to 50 mph are
expected with these storms...along with frequent dangerous lightning.

locations near the path of these storms include...
  wellfleet...
  roscoe...
  dickens...
  maywood...
  wallace...
  somerset...

this includes interstate 80 between mile markers 130 and 150.

this includes highway 83 between mile markers 41 and 65.

this includes highway 61 between mile markers 93 and 105.

this includes highway 92 between mile markers 137 and 138.

these storms may intensify...so be certain to monitor local radio and
tv stations...as well as local cable tv outlets... for additional
information and possible warnings from the national weather service.

$$
wwus83 klot 230710
spslot
232 

special weather statement
national weather service chicago/romeoville il
210 am cdt wed jul 23 2014

ilz032-033-039-230800-
ford il-iroquois il-livingston il-
210 am cdt wed jul 23 2014

...special weather statement...

at 207 am cdt...national weather service doppler radar indicated
strong thunderstorms along a line extending from watseka to cullom to
fairbury...moving southeast at 25 mph.

one half inch diameter hail...winds greater than 40 mph...frequent
cloud to ground lightning...brief heavy downpours...are possible with
these storms.

cities and towns affected...
  ashkum...             forrest...            fairbury...
  cullom...             chatsworth...         piper city...
  watseka...            gilman...             sheldon...


precautionary/preparedness actions...

gusty winds may cause small objects such as trash bins to blow
around. stay away from high objects outdoors such as trees. heavy
rainfall could lead to standing water on roadways and poor
visibility. seek shelter in a sturdy structure until these storms
have passed.

&&

lat...lon 4040 8847 4061 8846 4061 8857 4072 8859
      4088 8829 4095 8753 4049 8753 4048 8793
      4040 8793
time...mot...loc 0709z 308deg 23kt 4086 8769 4082 8818
          4065 8850

$$
wwus83 klot 230706
spslot
938 

special weather statement
national weather service chicago/romeoville il
206 am cdt wed jul 23 2014

inz010-011-230800-
jasper in-newton in-
206 am cdt wed jul 23 2014

...special weather statement...

at 202 am cdt...national weather service doppler radar indicated
strong thunderstorms along a line extending from 12 miles northeast
of gifford to morocco...moving southeast at 20 mph.

one half inch diameter hail...winds greater than 40 mph...frequent
cloud to ground lightning...brief heavy downpours...are possible with
these storms.

cities and towns affected...
  fair oaks...          wheatfield...         morocco...
  gifford...            beaver city...        surrey...
  moody...              foresman...           rensselaer...

other locations affected...
us 41 dragway...

precautionary/preparedness actions...

gusty winds may cause small objects such as trash bins to blow
around. stay away from high objects outdoors such as trees. heavy
rainfall could lead to standing water on roadways and poor
visibility. seek shelter in a sturdy structure until these storms
have passed.

&&

lat...lon 4096 8693 4085 8727 4093 8753 4102 8752
      4122 8693
time...mot...loc 0705z 288deg 19kt 4118 8686 4097 8750

$$
wwus85 kpih 230702
spspih
230 

special weather statement
national weather service pocatello id
102 am mdt wed jul 23 2014

idz018-230745-
custer id-
102 am mdt wed jul 23 2014

the national weather service in pocatello has issued a

significant weather advisory for...
  central custer county in central idaho

until 145 am mdt

at 100 am mdt...national weather service doppler radar indicated a
strong thunderstorm 6 miles south of stanley..moving northeast at 40
mph.

hail up to the size of pennies and wind gusts up to 50 mph are
expected with this storm...along with frequent dangerous lightning.

locations impacted include...
   stanley...

lat...lon 4465 11465 4461 11458 4459 11459 4458 11456
      4459 11454 4445 11430 4404 11487 4410 11502
      4412 11505 4415 11503 4417 11510
time...mot...loc 0702z 220deg 37kt 4415 11496

$$
wwus83 kunr 230708
spsunr
248 

special weather statement
national weather service rapid city sd
108 am mdt wed jul 23 2014

sdz026-028>031-042-072>074-230745-
central black hills sd-custer co plains sd-hermosa foot hills
sd-pennington co plains sd-rapid city sd-shannon sd-southern black
hills sd-southern meade co plains sd-sturgis/piedmont foot hills sd-
108 am mdt wed jul 23 2014

...significant weather advisory for northern custer...central
pennington...extreme southwestern meade and northwestern shannon
counties until 145 am mdt...

at 106 am mdt...national weather service doppler radar was tracking
strong thunderstorms along a line extending from downtown rapid city
to hayward to downtown custer...and moving east at 45 mph.

hail up to the size of pennies and wind gusts up to 50 mph are
expected with these storms...along with heavy rain and frequent
dangerous lightning.

locations near the path of these storms include...
  center lake...
  ellsworth afb...
  rapid valley...
  box elder...
  custer park game lodge...
  hermosa...
  blue bell...
  rapid city airport...
  caputa...
  farmingdale...
  new underwood...
  fairburn...
  folsom...
  red shirt...
  owanka...
  wicksville...

this includes interstate 90 between south dakota mile markers 54 and
94...

if threatening weather approaches your area...take shelter in a
sturdy building.

torrential rain...which may flood low lying areas such as ditches and
underpasses...is also likely. do not drive your vehicle on a flooded
roadway.

&&

lat...lon 4411 10250 4372 10273 4357 10300 4374 10378
      4391 10339 4416 10328
time...mot...loc 0708z 288deg 38kt 4411 10315 4388 10327
          4374 10359

$$
wwak83 pafg 222124
spsafg

akz219-232015-
upper koyukuk valley-
including...allakaket...hughes...bettles...caribou mountain...
gobblers knob
124 pm akdt tue jul 22 2014

...water levels rising on small streams and rivers over the next
several days...

periods of rain will continue through thursday over the south
slopes of the central brooks range. storm total rainfall amounts
from 0.50 to 1.50 inches are expected through thursday. runoff
from the rain will cause small streams and rivers to rise rapidly
an continue to run high through friday. boats and other belongings
should be moved to higher locations above the bank.

$$
wwak83 pafg 222124
spsafg
158 

special weather statement
national weather service fairbanks ak
124 pm akdt tue jul 22 2014

akz218-232015-
southeastern brooks range-
including...arctic village...wiseman...coldfoot...
chandalar d.o.t. camp...iniakuk lake
124 pm akdt tue jul 22 2014

...water levels rising on small streams and rivers over the next
several days...

periods of rain will continue through thursday over the south
slopes of the central brooks range. storm total rainfall amounts
from 0.50 to 1.50 inches are expected through thursday. runoff
from the rain will cause small streams and rivers to rise rapidly
an continue to run high through friday. boats and other belongings
should be moved to higher locations above the bank.

$$
wwak82 pafg 222122
spswcz

akz217-232015-
upper kobuk and noatak valleys-
including...ambler...shungnak...kobuk
122 pm akdt tue jul 22 2014

...water levels rising on small streams and rivers over the next
several days...

periods of rain will continue through thursday over the south
slopes of the central brooks range. storm total rainfall amounts
from 0.50 to 1.50 inches are expected through thursday. runoff
from the rain will cause small streams and rivers to rise rapidly
an continue to run high through friday. boats and other belongings
should be moved to higher locations above the bank.

$$
wwak82 pafg 222122
spswcz
804 

special weather statement
national weather service fairbanks ak
122 pm akdt tue jul 22 2014

akz216-232015-
lower koyukuk and middle yukon valleys-
including...galena...nulato...huslia...kaltag...ruby...koyukuk
122 pm akdt tue jul 22 2014

...water levels rising on small streams and rivers over the next
several days...

periods of rain will continue through thursday over the south
slopes of the central brooks range. storm total rainfall amounts
from 0.50 to 1.50 inches are expected through thursday. runoff
from the rain will cause small streams and rivers to rise rapidly
an continue to run high through friday. boats and other belongings
should be moved to higher locations above the bank.

$$

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