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wwus81 kbgm 260334
spsbgm
651
special weather statement
national weather service binghamton ny
1134 pm edt sat oct 25 2014
nyz015>018-025-036-044-045-260415-
cayuga ny-chenango ny-cortland ny-madison ny-onondaga ny-seneca
ny-tompkins ny-yates ny-
1134 pm edt sat oct 25 2014
...line of strong thunderstorms will affect cortland...madison...
northern chenango...northern tompkins...northern yates...southern
cayuga...southern onondaga and southern seneca counties...
* at 1132 pm edt...national weather service doppler radar indicated a
line of strong thunderstorms capable of producing small
hail...and gusty winds to 40 mph. these storms were located along
a line extending from nelson to penn yan...moving east at 50 mph.
* strong thunderstorms will be near...
solsville and lodi point state park at 1140 pm edt...
fillmore glen state park and pierceville at 1145 pm edt...
de ruyter and locke at 1150 pm edt...
north brookfield and lebanon at 1155 pm edt...
south lebanon and poolville at midnight edt...
mc graw and nubia at 1205 am edt...
south brookfield and south otselic at 1210 am edt...
east freetown and lambs corners at 1215 am edt...
lat...lon 4300 7584 4297 7557 4293 7554 4293 7545
4286 7544 4286 7524 4261 7534 4249 7591
4263 7725
$$
wwus81 kbgm 260314
spsbgm
663
special weather statement
national weather service binghamton ny
1114 pm edt sat oct 25 2014
nyz009-018-036-037-260415-
madison ny-oneida ny-onondaga ny-
1114 pm edt sat oct 25 2014
...line of strong thunderstorms will affect northern onondaga...
northwestern madison and oneida counties...
* at 1112 pm edt...national weather service doppler radar indicated a
line of strong thunderstorms. these storms were located along a
line extending from alder creek to liverpool...and moving east
at 35 mph.
* hail up to dime size...and wind gusts to 40 mph...will be possible
in these storms. pea size hail has already been reported in cicero.
* strong thunderstorms will be near...
delta lake state park and sylvan beach at 1120 pm edt...
verona beach and steuben at 1125 pm edt...
verona beach state park and verona mills at 1130 pm edt...
trenton and prospect at 1135 pm edt...
old erie canal state historic park and trenton falls at 1140 pm
edt...
verona and stittville at 1145 pm edt...
oriskany battlefield state historic site and oneida castle at 1150
pm edt...
colemans and sherrill at 1155 pm edt...
lat...lon 4346 7509 4345 7508 4333 7507 4330 7514
4326 7515 4322 7506 4305 7521 4301 7521
4294 7547 4314 7640 4323 7611 4321 7608
4316 7589 4331 7587 4332 7585 4349 7529
$$
wwus85 kgjt 252102
spsgjt
208
special weather statement
national weather service grand junction co
302 pm mdt sat oct 25 2014
coz001>014-017>023-utz022>025-027>029-262115-
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
302 pm mdt sat oct 25 2014
a noticeable change to the weather will be arriving to eastern
utah and western colorado over the next 24 to 48 hours. a pacific
storm system will be sweeping eastward beginning tonight and
arrive to the great plains by monday morning. showers will be
possible over the higher terrain of northern utah and western
colorado by sunrise tomorrow. the record high temperatures of
saturday will move by the wayside as highs cool some 5 to 10
degrees under the cloud cover on sunday. the period of focus for
the passing storm system will be sunday evening into the early
morning hours on monday as the cold front passes through. snow
showers will become more widespread over the northern and central
colorado high country as colder air filters in. snow amounts will
generally be in the 1-3 inch range above 9000 feet with some
impact to rabbit ears and vail passes possible. as the storm winds
down on monday cold air will be filtering into the region. clear
skies by monday evening will bring favorable conditions for
widespread freezing conditions to the lower valleys of western
colorado and northeast utah.
$$
wwus83 klmk 251940
spslmk
365
special weather statement
national weather service louisville ky
340 pm edt sat oct 25 2014
kyz061>067-070>078-081-082-260800-
butler ky-edmonson ky-hart ky-green ky-taylor ky-casey ky-
lincoln ky-logan ky-warren ky-simpson ky-allen ky-barren ky-
monroe ky-metcalfe ky-adair ky-russell ky-cumberland ky-
clinton ky-
including the cities of...morgantown...brownsville...
munfordville...greensburg...campbellsville...liberty...stanford...
russellville...bowling green...franklin...scottsville...glasgow...
tompkinsville...edmonton...columbia...jamestown...burkesville...
albany
340 pm edt sat oct 25 2014 /240 pm cdt sat oct 25 2014/
...patchy dense fog across south central kentucky early sunday...
surface high pressure will settle over the area tonight...with
clear skies...calm winds...and higher low level moisture content
compared to recent days. this will set the stage for patchy dense
fog development in the early morning hours on sunday. motorists
are urged to use caution if traveling sunday morning and be
prepared for restrictions in visibility below a half mile. fog is
expected to burn off by mid morning.
be alert for possible upgrades to a dense fog advisory should
latest forecast data support more widespread dense fog coverage.
$$
wwus81 klwx 252040
spslwx
327
special weather statement
national weather service baltimore md/washington dc
440 pm edt sat oct 25 2014
vaz025-036-037-503-504-260845-
augusta-nelson-albemarle-western highland-eastern highland-
including the cities of...staunton...waynesboro...
charlottesville...hightown...monterey
440 pm edt sat oct 25 2014
...enhanced threat for the spread of wildfires sunday...
a dry cold front will cross the area overnight. winds will pick up
behind the front on sunday...which will result in dry and blustery
conditions. westerly winds will be sustained around 15 mph with
frequent gusts around 25 to 30 mph across central virginia sunday
afternoon.
due to the winds...the relative humidity will drop to between 25
to 35 percent. these windy and dry conditions will allow fuels to
dry out further. finer fuels will dry out first. the combination
of gusty winds...low relative humidity and relatively low fuel
moisture will enhance the threat for spread of wildfires.
open burning of any type is considered very hazardous this time of
year. accidental escaped debris burns are the number one cause of
wildfires.
$$
wwus83 kpah 260210
spspah
478
special weather statement
national weather service paducah ky
910 pm cdt sat oct 25 2014
ilz084-085-088>094-kyz001>013-017-022-moz076-086-087-100-107>112-
114-260415-
jackson-williamson-union il-johnson-pope-hardin-alexander-pulaski-
massac-fulton-hickman-carlisle-ballard-mccracken-graves-
livingston-marshall-calloway-crittenden-lyon-trigg-caldwell-
christian-todd-perry mo-bollinger-cape girardeau-wayne mo-carter-
ripley-butler-stoddard-scott-mississippi-new madrid-
including the cities of...carbondale...herrin...jonesboro...
vienna...golconda...elizabethtown...cairo...mound city...
metropolis...hickman...clinton...bardwell...wickliffe...paducah...
mayfield...smithland...benton...murray...marion...eddyville...
cadiz...princeton...hopkinsville...elkton...perryville...
marble hill...cape girardeau...piedmont...van buren...doniphan...
poplar bluff...bloomfield...sikeston...charleston...new madrid
910 pm cdt sat oct 25 2014
...locally dense fog expected overnight and early sunday morning....
as temperatures cool tonight under clear skies and calm winds fog
will develop causing reduced visibilities in some areas. the best
chance for dense fog is south of a line from carbondale il to
madisonville ky. more humid air remains in these areas in contrast
to southwest in and adjacent areas of illinois and kentucky where
drier air is in place.
if you plan to drive overnight or early sunday morning check the
latest weather conditions and allow plenty of drive time should
dense fog develop.
$$
wwus85 kpih 260337
spspih
917
special weather statement
national weather service pocatello id
937 pm mdt sat oct 25 2014
idz017-019>023-032-260500-
clark id-minidoka id-oneida id-lincoln id-jefferson id-bingham
id-butte id-bonneville id-power id-cassia id-bannock id-blaine
id-madison id-fremont id-
937 pm mdt sat oct 25 2014
the national weather service in pocatello has issued a
significant weather advisory for...
southeastern blaine county in central idaho
southern butte county in east central idaho
western fremont county in eastern idaho
eastern clark county in eastern idaho
cassia county in south central idaho
eastern lincoln county in south central idaho
minidoka county in south central idaho
northwestern madison county in southeast idaho
northwestern bannock county in southeast idaho
power county in southeast idaho
northwestern bonneville county in southeast idaho
bingham county in southeast idaho
jefferson county in southeast idaho
western oneida county in southeast idaho
at 930 pm mdt...national weather service doppler radar indicated a
line of showers extending from inl southwest through almo...moving
northeast at 30 mph. brief rainfall and wind gusts up to 40 mph are
expected with these showers as they sweep through the snake river
plain.
locations impacted through 11 pm mdt include...
almo...
idahome...
inl...mud lake...dubois...
aberdeen...american falls...
camas and sterling...
springfield...
lat...lon 4199 11398 4344 11371 4452 11183 4456 11152
4471 11149 4473 11143 4199 11258
time...mot...loc 0334z 225deg 42kt 4353 11283 4157 11396
$$
wwus85 kriw 260117
spsriw
176
special weather statement
national weather service riverton wy
717 pm mdt sat oct 25 2014
wyz015-019-020-260900-
green mountains and rattlesnake range-
natrona county lower elevations-wind river mountains east-
717 pm mdt sat oct 25 2014
...very windy from south pass to the casper area sunday morning...
southwest winds at 20 to 35 mph with gusts 40 to 50 mph will
develop around midnight and continue through sunday morning ahead of
an approaching cold front. these winds will be strongest over south
pass...beaver rim and along outer drive on the south side of
casper. the cold front will move through late sunday morning with
winds becoming more westerly and decreasing through the afternoon
in the casper area...however west winds will remain quite
strong over south pass and beaver rim through sunday afternoon.
$$
wwus81 krnk 260204
spsrnk
030
special weather statement
national weather service blacksburg va
1004 pm edt sat oct 25 2014
vaz012>014-016>020-022>024-032>035-261000-
wythe-pulaski-montgomery-carroll-floyd-craig-alleghany va-bath-
roanoke-botetourt-rockbridge-patrick-franklin-bedford-amherst-
including the cities of...wytheville...radford...pulaski...
blacksburg...galax...floyd...new castle...clifton forge...
covington...hot springs...roanoke...salem...fincastle...
lexington...buena vista...stuart...rocky mount...bedford...
amherst
1004 pm edt sat oct 25 2014
...enhanced fire danger on sunday...
a dry cold front will pass southeast through the region saturday night...
followed by building high pressure on sunday. the pressure gradient
behind the front between low pressure well to the north and the
high to the west will result in increasing northwest winds sunday
morning after daybreak. these winds are expected to remain strong
and gusty...especially along and just east of the blue ridge into
late sunday afternoon. this in combination with the mixing of much
drier air to the surface and daytime heating will cause smaller
fuels...such as leaf litter and grasses to dry further. this will
likely lead to enhanced fire danger especially by sunday afternoon
when northwest winds gusting as high as 35 mph could result in
rapid fire spread.
outdoor burning is strongly discouraged especially near the blue
ridge sunday where fires are more apt to get out of control.
remember to use caution when discarding any smoking materials on
sunday.
$$
wwus81 krnk 251946
spsrnk
427
special weather statement
national weather service blacksburg va
346 pm edt sat oct 25 2014
vaz012>014-016>020-022>024-032>035-260400-
wythe-pulaski-montgomery-carroll-floyd-craig-alleghany va-bath-
roanoke-botetourt-rockbridge-patrick-franklin-bedford-amherst-
including the cities of...wytheville...radford...pulaski...
blacksburg...galax...floyd...new castle...clifton forge...
covington...hot springs...roanoke...salem...fincastle...
lexington...buena vista...stuart...rocky mount...bedford...
amherst
346 pm edt sat oct 25 2014
...enhanced fire danger on sunday...
a mainly dry cold front will pass southeast through the region
overnight followed by building high pressure on sunday. the
gradient behind the front between low pressure well to the north
and the high to the west will cause increasing northwest winds by
sunday morning. these winds are expected to remain strong and
gusty especially along and just east of the blue ridge into late
sunday afternoon. this in combination with the mixing of much
drier air to the surface and heating will cause smaller fuels such
as leaf litter and grasses to dry further. this will likely lead
to enhanced fire danger especially by sunday afternoon when
northwest winds gusting as high as 35 mph could result in rapid
fire spread.
outdoor burning is strongly discouraged especially near the blue
ridge sunday where fires are more apt to get out of control.
remember to use caution when discarding any smoking materials on
sunday.
$$
wwus86 ksto 260305
spssto
293
special weather statement
national weather service sacramento ca
805 pm pdt sat oct 25 2014
caz015-066-068-260400-
northeast foothills/sacramento valley ca-northern sacramento valley
ca-western plumas county/lassen park ca-
805 pm pdt sat oct 25 2014
the national weather service in sacramento has issued a
significant weather advisory for...
north central tehama county in northern california
south central shasta county in northern california
until 900 pm pdt
at 800 pm pdt...national weather service doppler radar indicated
strong thunderstorms along a line extending from 7 miles northwest of
viola to paynes creek to 5 miles east of dairyville..and moving
northeast at 15 mph.
hail up to one-half inch in diameter is expected with these storms...
along with heavy rain. also significant small hail accumulation to
as much as 2 inches will be possible.
locations impacted include...
paynes creek...
lat...lon 4062 12164 4030 12182 4018 12210 4024 12221
4034 12211 4071 12193
time...mot...loc 0302z 270deg 14kt 4059 12176 4034 12198
4026 12210
$$

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