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wwus83 karx 282140
spsarx
281
special weather statement
national weather service la crosse wi
340 pm cst fri nov 28 2014
mnz079-086>088-wiz017-029-032>034-041>044-053-290100-
wabasha-dodge-olmsted-winona-taylor-clark-buffalo-trempealeau-
jackson-la crosse-monroe-juneau-adams-vernon-
including the cities of...rochester...winona...medford...
neillsville...black river falls...la crosse...sparta/tomah...
mauston...viroqua
340 pm cst fri nov 28 2014
...icy spots on some roads possible...
scattered light rain showers...sleet or snow will move across the
area through late afternoon. the rain could freeze on sidewalks
and untreated roadways. motorists and pedestrian traffic should
be prepared for the potential for slippery travel through early
evening.
$$
wwus83 kbis 282046
spsbis
836
special weather statement
national weather service bismarck nd
246 pm cst fri nov 28 2014
ndz001>005-009>013-017>023-025-031>037-040>048-050-051-290400-
divide-burke-renville-bottineau-rolette-williams-mountrail-ward-
mchenry-pierce-mckenzie-dunn-mercer-oliver-mclean-sheridan-wells-
foster-golden valley-billings-stark-morton-burleigh-kidder-
stutsman-slope-hettinger-grant-bowman-adams-sioux-emmons-logan-
la moure-mcintosh-dickey-
including the cities of...crosby...bowbells...mohall...
bottineau...rolla...williston...new town...minot...towner...
rugby...watford city...killdeer...beulah...hazen...center...
garrison...mcclusky...harvey...carrington...beach...medora...
dickinson...mandan...bismarck...steele...jamestown...marmarth...
mott...elgin...bowman...hettinger...fort yates...linton...
napoleon...edgeley...ashley...oakes
246 pm cst fri nov 28 2014 /146 pm mst fri nov 28 2014/
...another shot of winter weather tonight and saturday...
an arctic cold front will push across the state by saturday
morning...bringing gusty northwest winds and dangerous wind chills
to the state by late saturday. wind chills around 30 below are
possible across central and northern north dakota saturday
night.
a brief period of light freezing rain is possible overnight
tonight before changing over to snow by early saturday. although
precipitation amounts across the region are expected to be
light...any freezing rain could lead to hazardous driving
conditions. snowfall amounts through saturday evening are expected
to be around one inch.
be prepared for slippery roads if you are traveling tonight and
saturday. slow down...allow extra time to reach your destination
and be sure to have a winter survival kit in your car.
$$
wwus83 kfgf 282131
spsfgf
374
special weather statement
national weather service grand forks nd
331 pm cst fri nov 28 2014
mnz001>009-013>017-022>024-027>032-040-ndz006>008-014>016-024-
026>030-038-039-049-052>054-290945-
west polk-norman-clay-kittson-roseau-lake of the woods-
west marshall-east marshall-north beltrami-pennington-red lake-
east polk-north clearwater-south beltrami-mahnomen-
south clearwater-hubbard-west becker-east becker-wilkin-
west otter tail-east otter tail-wadena-grant-towner-cavalier-
pembina-benson-ramsey-eastern walsh-eddy-nelson-grand forks-
griggs-steele-traill-barnes-cass-ransom-sargent-richland-
western walsh-
including the cities of...crookston...east grand forks...
halstad...moorhead...hallock...roseau...baudette...warren...
newfolden...red lake...thief river falls...red lake falls...
fosston...bagley...bemidji...mahnomen...lake itasca...
park rapids...detroit lakes...wolf lake...breckenridge...
fergus falls...new york mills...wadena...elbow lake...cando...
langdon...cavalier...maddock...leeds...devils lake...grafton...
new rockford...lakota...grand forks...cooperstown...finley...
mayville...valley city...fargo...lisbon...gwinner...wahpeton...
adams
331 pm cst fri nov 28 2014
...isolated patches of mixed light freezing rain...snow and sleet
to affect the region through the overnight...
a series of diffuse and fast moving upper level systems will
produce areas of very light mixed precipitation through this
friday evening and overnight. while very little of this wintry
mix is forecast to accumulate...sidewalks and other surfaces are
below freezing due to the recent cold weather.
therefore any wintry mixture that falls may result in some
slippery spots. this will be especially true on lesser traveled
walkways...side roads and the like.
a slow moving warm front will gradually shift the focus from the
southern red river valley into the northern red river valley this
evening and overnight. by the late overnight into saturday
morning the best risk for this wintry mix will generally be along
and north of the highway 200 corridor.
as is always the case during this holiday season check ahead for
the latest forecast and travel conditions before setting out.
$$
wwus83 klbf 281804
spslbf
890
special weather statement
national weather service north platte ne
1204 pm cst fri nov 28 2014
nez004-005-008-022>026-035>038-056>059-069>071-094-290000-
sheridan-eastern cherry-brown-garden-grant-hooker-thomas-blaine-
arthur-mcpherson-logan-custer-deuel-keith-perkins-lincoln-chase-
hayes-frontier-western cherry-
including the cities of...gordon...rushville...valentine...
ainsworth...oshkosh...hyannis...mullen...thedford...dunning...
arthur...tryon...stapleton...broken bow...chappell...
big springs...ogallala...grant...north platte...imperial...
hayes center...curtis...eustis...cody...merriman...kilgore
1204 pm cst fri nov 28 2014 /1104 am mst fri nov 28 2014/
...high wildfire danger this afternoon...
warm temperatures will combined with dry air and result in
relative humidity below 15 percent in areas. the low relative
humidity and breezy west winds gusting to 25 mph at times will
create high fire danger through this afternoon.
$$
wwus86 kmfr 281214
spsmfr
186
special weather statement
national weather service medford or
414 am pst fri nov 28 2014
orz027-028-290000-
south central oregon cascades-
siskiyou mountains and southern oregon cascades-
including the cities of...crater lake...crescent lake...
diamond lake...union creek...howard prairie...siskiyou summit
414 am pst fri nov 28 2014
...another round of wintry weather for the cascades...
a sharp cold front will move through the area late tonight into
saturday morning. snow levels of 6000 to 7000 feet today will drop
down to 3000 to 4000 feet saturday. a period of moderate to heavy
snow will occur as the front moves through late tonight into
saturday morning. expect 4 to 8 inches of snow, mainly from
highway 140 northward, which could fall in a relatively short
period of time. roads will quickly become snow covered and
hazardous. please use extra caution if traveling on any roads in
the cascades tonight into saturday.
$$
wwus83 kmqt 282029
spsmqt
027
special weather statement
national weather service marquette mi
329 pm est fri nov 28 2014
miz006-007-012>014-085-291000-
alger-luce-menominee-delta-southern schoolcraft-
northern schoolcraft-
including the cities of...grand marais...munising...newberry...
menominee...escanaba...gladstone...manistique...seney
329 pm est fri nov 28 2014 /229 pm cst fri nov 28 2014/
...snow to transition to freezing rain late tonight into saturday...
snow will increase in intensity this evening as enhancement occurs
off lake michigan and a lake effect snow band moves into the area. 1
to 3 inches of snow is expected from escanaba through
garden corners...to manistique...germfask and newberry through
tonight...with isolated amounts up to 4 inches possible.
snow will transition to freezing rain late tonight into
saturday...mainly accumulating on untreated roads and
sidewalks as pavement temperatures will remain below freezing. while
exact ice accumulations are uncertain...even a thin ice coating will
make travel hazardous. use caution and be prepared to encounter icy
spots on roads and sidewalks late tonight into saturday.
$$
wwus83 kmqt 280945
spsmqt
927
special weather statement
national weather service marquette mi
445 am est fri nov 28 2014
miz007-010>014-085-282200-
luce-iron-dickinson-menominee-delta-southern schoolcraft-
northern schoolcraft-
including the cities of...newberry...iron river...iron mountain...
menominee...escanaba...gladstone...manistique...seney
445 am est fri nov 28 2014 /345 am cst fri nov 28 2014/
...snowy travel possible later today into tonight...
light snow will spread across much of upper michigan later today and
continue into tonight. places across the southern half of upper
michigan can expect 1 to 3 inches of snow to fall starting late this
morning before ending later this evening. due to lake enhancement off
of lake michigan...there is a potential for 2 to 4 inches of snow to
fall late this afternoon into tonight for areas from escanaba through
garden corners...to manistique...germfask and newberry.
people traveling today into tonight are encouraged to be prepared
for slippery roads and take a little extra time to reach your
destination.
$$
wwus86 kpdt 281305
spspdt
153
special weather statement
national weather service pendleton or
505 am pst fri nov 28 2014
orz041-044-049-050-502-503-505>511-waz024-026>030-520-521-291300-
east columbia river gorge of oregon-
lower columbia basin of oregon-grande ronde valley-wallowa county-
northern blue mountains of oregon-
southern blue mountains of oregon-john day basin-ochoco-
john day highlands-
foothills of the northern blue mountains of oregon-
foothills of the southern blue mountains of oregon-
east slopes of the oregon cascades-north central oregon-
central oregon-eastern columbia river gorge of washington-
kittitas valley-yakima valley-lower columbia basin of washington-
foothills of the blue mountains of washington-
northwest blue mountains of washington-
east slopes of the washington cascades-simcoe highlands-
including the cities of...arlington...the dalles...boardman...
hermiston...ione...cove...elgin...la grande...union...
enterprise...joseph...wallowa...meacham...tollgate...long creek...
north powder...ukiah...dayville...john day...mitchell...
monument...spray...brothers...paulina...prairie city...seneca...
athena...pendleton...pilot rock...heppner...condon...fossil...
camp sherman...la pine...sisters...sunriver...dufur...maupin...
moro...bend...madras...prineville...redmond...white salmon...
ellensburg...thorp...naches...sunnyside...toppenish...yakima...
connell...prosser...tri-cities...dayton...waitsburg...
walla walla...ski bluewood resort...appleton...cle elum...
cliffdell...bickleton...goldendale
505 am pst fri nov 28 2014
...another surge of cold air for the weekend...
another arctic cold front is expected to move across the region
during this coming holiday weekend. the cold front is expected to
drop southward out of canada friday night and move through the
forecast area on saturday and saturday night. high temperatures on
saturday will only be in the 30s...cooling to the 20s and low 30s on
sunday and monday. overnight lows this weekend will be mostly in the
teens...locally in the single digits in the mountains. there is a
possibility of some light snow accumulations saturday and saturday
night as snow levels drop. those traveling this weekend are urged to
keep aware of the latest forecasts as this event unfolds.
$$
wwus86 kpqr 281257
spspqr
333
special weather statement
national weather service portland or
500 am pst fri nov 28 2014
orz001>008-010>016-waz019>022-039-040-045-046-290000-
north oregon coast-central oregon coast-
coast range of northwest oregon-
central coast range of western oregon-lower columbia-
greater portland metro area-central willamette valley-
south willamette valley-northern oregon cascade foothills-
northern oregon cascades-cascade foothills in lane county-
cascades in lane county-upper hood river valley-
western columbia river gorge-central columbia river gorge-
south washington cascades-willapa hills-south washington coast-i-
5 corridor in cowlitz county-greater vancouver area-
south washington cascade foothills-
including the cities of...astoria...cannon beach...tillamook...
lincoln city...newport...yachats...florence...vernonia...jewell...
sunset summit...lees camp...trask...grande ronde...burnt woods...
tidewater...swisshome...veneta...st. helens...clatskanie...
hillsboro...portland...oregon city...gresham...salem...
mcminnville...wilsonville...stayton...dallas...eugene...
springfield...corvallis...albany...sandy...estacada...
silver falls state park...sweet home...government camp...
detroit...santiam pass...vida...jasper...lowell...cottage grove...
mckenzie pass...mckenzie bridge...oakridge...willamette pass...
parkdale...odell...corbett...rooster rock...multnomah falls...
cascade locks...hood river...coldwater ridge visitors center...
mount st. helens...wind river valley...willapa...frances...
elk mountain...ryderwood...raymond...long beach...ocean park...
naselle...cathlamet...longview...kelso...castle rock...
vancouver...battle ground...washougal...toutle...ariel...
lake merwin...yale lake...cougar...carson...stevenson...underwood
450 am pst fri nov 28 2014
...unseasonably mild weather to give way to much colder
temperatures and possible low elevation snow beginning tonight...
while southwest washington and northwest oregon have been
experiencing record setting warmth for the last several days...a
major change in the weather pattern is on the way. a strong cold
front will move through the region from north to south tonight.
while snow levels will initially be high...they will lower
dramatically behind the front. as a result...post frontal showers
may fall as a mix of rain and snow down to the valley floor late
tonight and saturday before the precipitation ends by saturday night.
travel will become increasingly difficult through the cascades and
eventually the foothills tonight as rain changes to snow and starts
to accumulate on area roads. an initial burst of heavy snow is
expected with the cold front tonight...then snow showers will
continue through much of saturday. several inches of new snow are
possible in these areas by the time snow tapers off saturday night.
offshore flow will then develop saturday night...with gusty east
winds continuing through sunday. areas in and around the western
columbia river gorge may see wind gusts of 50 to 70 mph at times
sunday. the easterly flow will also usher in a period of much colder
temperatures as it pulls in air from an arctic air mass on the east
side of the cascades.
$$
wwus85 krev 281538
spsrev
140
special weather statement
national weather service reno nv
738 am pst fri nov 28 2014
caz070>073-nvz001>005-291200-
surprise valley california-lassen-eastern plumas-
eastern sierra counties-greater lake tahoe area-mono-
mineral and southern lyon counties-greater reno-carson city-
minden area-western nevada basin and range including pyramid lake-
northern washoe county-
including the cities of...cedarville...eagleville...
fort bidwell...portola...susanville...westwood...sierraville...
loyalton...south lake tahoe...tahoe city...truckee...
markleeville...bridgeport...coleville...lee vining...
mammoth lakes...hawthorne...yerington...smith valley...mina...
schurz...glenbrook...incline village...sparks...verdi...
gardnerville...virginia city...fernley...fallon...lovelock...
silver springs...nixon...imlay...empire...gerlach
738 am pst fri nov 28 2014
...periods of mountain snow this weekend...
latest forecast trends are bringing in more snow and lower snow
levels that may affect travelers over the sierra for the
thanksgiving holiday weekend. snow levels may drop as low as 5500
feet around the tahoe basin and to valley floors north of
susanville as colder air filters in from the north. forecast
confidence is medium for the weekend and travelers should check
back for updates in the coming days.
periods of light snow will begin tonight in the sierra and continue
through sunday night. storm total snow amounts over the weekend
for the tahoe basin above 7000 feet may be as much as 6 to 12
inches affecting travel over interstate 80...highway 50 and other
mountain highways.
for areas north of lake tahoe...several inches are possible west
of highway 395 above 5500 feet affecting yuba pass and fredonyer
summit. snow levels may drop to valley floors north of susanville
with light snow in the desert valleys of northeastern california
and western nevada.
anyone traveling over the sierra this weekend should be prepared
for winter driving conditions and potential delays.
$$
wwus85 kriw 281808
spsriw
537
special weather statement
national weather service riverton wy
1059 am mst fri nov 28 2014
wyz009>011-290700-
bighorn mountains southeast-northeast johnson county-
southeast johnson county-
1059 am mst fri nov 28 2014
strong south to southwest winds between 25 and 35 mph...with some
gusts of 40 to 55 mph can be expected across the area tonight through
early saturday. the strongest winds can be expected between midnight
tonight and sunrise on saturday across the southern bighorn
mountains...to south of buffalo...and eastward including a 40 mile
stretch on the i 25 corridor between mile markers 240 and 280.
these winds may cause loss of vehicle control or a blow over to high
profile vehicles traveling empty or with a light load. drivers of
such vehicles are advised to use extreme caution.
$$
wwus85 kriw 281703
spsriw
499
special weather statement
national weather service riverton wy
1001 am mst fri nov 28 2014
wyz007-016>018-282300-
lander foothills-owl creek and bridger mountains-
upper wind river basin-wind river basin-
1001 am mst fri nov 28 2014
strong southwest winds between 25 and 35 mph...with some gusts
40 to 50 mph can be expected today...increasing in areas near
the mountains later this evening and overnight.
these winds may cause loss of vehicle control or a blow over to high
profile vehicles traveling empty or with a light load. drivers of
such vehicles are advised to use extreme caution.
$$
wwus85 kriw 280935
spsriw
495
special weather statement
national weather service riverton wy
235 am mst fri nov 28 2014
wyz020-282300-
natrona county lower elevations-
235 am mst fri nov 28 2014
strong southwest winds between 25 and 40 mph...with some gusts
to around 55 mph...will continue today along wyoming boulevard on the
south side of casper.
these winds may cause loss of vehicle control or a blow over to high
profile vehicles traveling empty or with a light load. drivers of
such vehicles are advised to use extreme caution.
$$
wwak81 pafc 282032
spsaer
050
special weather statement
national weather service anchorage ak
1132 am akst fri nov 28 2014
akz121-292045-
western kenai peninsula-
including the cities of...kenai...soldotna...homer...
cooper landing
1132 am akst fri nov 28 2014
...high water on the kenai river...
water level on the upper kenai river at cooper landing has fallen
steadily over the past five days while the kenai river level at
the outlet of skilak lake has continued to rise. this may indicate
skilak glacier dam lake is releasing. skilak glacier dam lake last
released in september 2013 therefore the volume of the lake should
be relatively small as compared to previous releases. if the
glacier dam lake is releasing the kenai river could potentially
rise another couple of feet depending on location between the
skilak lake outlet and the mouth over the next several days.
limited ice cover is being reported on the lower kenai river which
should reduce the threat of ice jam and ice related impacts during this
event.
expected impacts:
residents along the river...particularly in the kenai keys and
big eddy area...should be aware that kenai river levels are
rising and may continue to rise over the next several days.
$$
wwak87 pajk 281343
spsajk
934
special weather statement
national weather service juneau ak
443 am akst fri nov 28 2014
akz019>022-024>026-028-029-290100-
haines borough and lynn canal-glacier bay-
eastern chichagof island-
salisbury sound to cape fairweather coastal area-
eastern baranof island and southern admiralty island-
juneau borough and northern admiralty island-
inner channels from kupreanof island to etolin island-
southern inner channels-misty fjords-
including the cities of...haines...gustavus...hoonah...
elfin cove...pelican...angoon...juneau...petersburg...wrangell...
kake...ketchikan...metlakatla...hyder
443 am akst fri nov 28 2014
...first significant snowfall expected this weekend...
the first significant snowfall of the season is expected this
weekend...mainly saturday night through sunday evening. low
pressure will move east across the northern gulf sat night...then
move southeast along the central and southern outer coast sunday
and sunday night. with an arctic airmass in place...warm and moist
air will overrun it and cause snow to develop from the west
saturday night and sunday morning. at this point...it is looking
like most of the area will see at least 4 inches of snow...with
heavier snowfall amounts possible along the juneau to elfin cove
corridor...and along the more eastern areas of the central and
southern inner channels such as petersburg...wrangell...and hyder.
this snowfall could make travel on this holiday weekend
potentially hazardous. stay tuned to later forecasts for updates
on this situation.
$$

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