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wwus81 kcar 290433 cca
spscar
787 

special weather statement...corrected
national weather service caribou me
1231 am edt tue jul 29 2014

mez002-005-006-290630-
northeast aroostook me-northern penobscot me-southeast aroostook me-
1231 am edt tue jul 29 2014

...significant weather advisory for northern penobscot and eastern
aroostook counties until 200 am edt...

at 1224 am edt...national weather service doppler radar was tracking
a strong thunderstorm 11 miles northwest of smyrna mills...or 16
miles north of patten...moving north at 35 mph.

localized wind gusts up to 35 mph and small hail are expected with 
this storm...along with generalized heavy rain and frequent 
dangerous lightning.

locations near the path of this storm include...
  presque isle...
  fort fairfield...
  caribou...
  limestone...
  van buren...
  oxbow...
  masardis...
  mars hill...
  ashland...
  mapleton...
  easton...
  washburn...
  woodland...
  loring...
  blaine...
  westfield...
  chapman...
  perham...
  new sweden...

brief torrential rainfall...which may result in ponding of low
lying areas such as ditches and underpasses...is also possible. do
not drive your vehicle on a flooded roadway.

$$
wwus81 kcar 290427
spscar
547 

special weather statement
national weather service caribou me
1227 am edt tue jul 29 2014

mez002-005-006-290600-
northeast aroostook me-northern penobscot me-southeast aroostook me-
1227 am edt tue jul 29 2014

...significant weather advisory for northern penobscot and eastern
aroostook counties until 200 am edt...

at 1224 am edt...national weather service doppler radar was tracking
a strong thunderstorm 11 miles northwest of smyrna mills...or 16
miles north of patten...moving north at 35 mph.

localized wind gusts up to 35 mph and small hail are expected with 
this storm...along with generalized heavy rain and frequent 
dangerous lightning.

locations near the path of this storm include...
  presque isle...
  fort fairfield...
  caribou...
  limestone...
  van buren...
  oxbow...
  masardis...
  mars hill...
  ashland...
  mapleton...
  easton...
  washburn...
  woodland...
  loring...
  squa pan...
  blaine...
  westfield...
  chapman...
  perham...
  new sweden...

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.

$$
wwus83 kdlh 290439
spsdlh
765 

special weather statement
national weather service duluth mn
1139 pm cdt mon jul 28 2014

wiz003-004-290530-
ashland-iron-
1139 pm cdt mon jul 28 2014

...strong thunderstorm moving into ashland and iron counties...

at 1138 pm cdt...national weather service doppler radar indicated a
strong thunderstorm 4 miles northwest of cedar...moving south at 35
mph.

this storm is capable of producing pea size hail...wind gusts up to
40 mph...

locations impacted include...
  gurney...             copper falls state park...
  upson...              mellen...             morse...
  glidden...

seek shelter in a sturdy structure until this storm has passed.

lat...lon 4604 9070 4652 9065 4660 9059 4657 9044
      4606 9034

$$
wwus86 kpqr 281643
spspqr
897 

special weather statement
national weather service portland or
943 am pdt mon jul 28 2014

orz003>008-010>016-waz019-020-022-039-040-045-046-292300-
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-i-
5 corridor in cowlitz county-greater vancouver area-
south washington cascade foothills-
including the cities of...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...longview...kelso...castle rock...vancouver...
battle ground...washougal...toutle...ariel...lake merwin...
yale lake...cougar...carson...stevenson...underwood
943 am pdt mon jul 28 2014

...very warm weather this week in southwest washington and
northwest oregon...

a very warm week is on tap across the interior of southwest
washington and northwest oregon. the warmest temperatures will be
in the inland valleys such as the willamette valley...the
columbia river gorge...the interstate 5 corridor in southwest
washington...and the upper hood river valley...where values from
90 to 95 are possible through tuesday...with upper 80s to near 90
later in the week. the coast range and the cascade foothill
temperatures will close to those values as well.

maintaining proper hydration will be very important for any
outdoor activities planned this week. avoid extra exertion during
the afternoon and early evening hours. do not leave children or
pets unattended in cars...as this can be fatal. many fatalities
that have occurred over the years during hot spell episodes have
taken place on area rivers...including several that occurred
during our last hot spell earlier in july. take extra care while
engaged in recreation on area rivers this week.


$$
wwus85 krev 290226
spsrev
787 

special weather statement
national weather service reno nv
726 pm pdt mon jul 28 2014

nvz004-005-290530-
western nevada basin and range including pyramid lake-
northern washoe county-
including the cities of...fernley...fallon...lovelock...
silver springs...nixon...imlay...empire...gerlach
726 pm pdt mon jul 28 2014

...thunderstorm outflow winds to 50 mph...

thunderstorms over western nevada have produced several
outflows with winds up to 50 mph. these winds will create areas of
blowing dust with visibility falling below 1 mile at times.

travelers along interstate 80 and alternate highway 50 east of
fernley...highway 95 north of fallon...and highways 445...446 and
447 should be prepared for sudden cross winds and rapid reductions
in visibility through 10 pm this evening.

$$
wwus85 kriw 290034
spsriw
284 

special weather statement
national weather service riverton wy
632 pm mdt mon jul 28 2014

wyz001>020-022>030-290900-
absaroka mountains-bighorn mountains southeast-
bighorn mountains west-casper mountain-cody foothills-
east sweetwater county-flaming gorge-
green mountains and rattlesnake range-jackson hole-lander foothills-
natrona county lower elevations-north big horn basin-
northeast johnson county-owl creek and bridger mountains-
rock springs and green river-salt river and wyoming ranges-
south lincoln county-southeast big horn basin-
southeast johnson county-southwest big horn basin-star valley-
teton and gros ventre mountains-upper green river basin-
upper green river basin foothills-upper wind river basin-
wind river basin-wind river mountains east-wind river mountains west-
yellowstone national park-
632 pm mdt mon jul 28 2014

...localized flash flooding from heavy rain possible tuesday...

localized flash flooding...is possible across portions of western and
central wyoming tuesday afternoon and evening...as deep monsoonal
moisture and a weak disturbance spread over the cowboy state. the
potential for flooding will be enhanced...by the slow movement of
thunderstorms. currently...the best shot for persistent heavy
rainfall...and the potential for flooding appear to be over the
mountains and the adjacent foothills...roughly south of a line...from
afton...through dubois and meeteetse...to kaycee.

small streams...normally dry washes...and other poor drainage or low
lying areas such as underpasses...will be most susceptible to
flooding. also debris flows or falling rocks will also be possible in
areas of steeply sloped terrain...as well as burn scar areas.

$$

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