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wwus84 kcrp 261833
spscrp
310
special weather statement
national weather service corpus christi tx
133 pm cdt mon sep 26 2016
txz242>247-270000-
kleberg-nueces-san patricio-aransas-refugio-calhoun-
including the cities of...kingsville...corpus christi...
portland...ingleside...aransas pass...sinton...mathis...
rockport...refugio...woodsboro...port lavaca
133 pm cdt mon sep 26 2016
...a waterspout was spotted over aransas bay east of rockport...
law enforcement officials reported a waterspout east of rockport
over aransas bay at 125 pm. it dissipated shortly after. the
storm producing the waterspout was moving to the southwest at
15 mph.
if you live in the path of this storm...you should be prepared to
seek shelter in the event the funnel cloud reaches the ground.
the atmosphere will be favorable for the development of additional
waterspouts or funnel clouds today. most of these funnel clouds
will be short lived. however...you should be prepared to seek
shelter in the event a funnel does reach the ground.
$$
wwus83 kdvn 260916
spsdvn
505
special weather statement
national weather service quad cities ia il
416 am cdt mon sep 26 2016
iaz063>068-076>078-087>089-098-099-ilz009-015>018-024>026-034-035-
moz009-010-270030-
iowa-johnson-cedar-clinton-muscatine-scott-keokuk-washington-
louisa-jefferson-henry ia-des moines-van buren-lee-whiteside-
rock island-henry il-bureau-putnam-mercer-henderson-warren-
hancock-mcdonough-scotland-clark-
including the cities of...marengo...iowa city...tipton...
clinton...muscatine...davenport...bettendorf...sigourney...
washington...wapello...fairfield...mount pleasant...burlington...
keosauqua...fort madison...sterling...moline...rock island...
geneseo...princeton...hennepin...aledo...oquawka...monmouth...
carthage...macomb...memphis...kahoka
416 am cdt mon sep 26 2016
...very high fire danger for agriculture field fires this
afternoon...
drier air...along with winds from 20 to 25 mph and gusts to 35 mph
and nearly cured agricultural fields will combine to produce very
high fire danger this afternoon across the area. if an
agricultural field were to catch fire...weather conditions are
such that the fires could spread quickly.
$$
wwus84 kjan 262229
spsjan
952
special weather statement
national weather service jackson ms
529 pm cdt mon sep 26 2016
msz051-057-262300-
jasper ms-newton ms-
529 pm cdt mon sep 26 2016
...a strong thunderstorm will affect southwestern newton and
northwestern jasper counties until 600 pm cdt...
at 529 pm cdt...meteorologists were tracking a strong thunderstorm
over garlandville...or near newton...moving southwest at 10 mph.
winds in excess of 40 mph will be possible with this storm.
this strong thunderstorm will be near...
roberts around 545 pm cdt.
other locations impacted by this storm include montrose.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
high winds can bring down trees and large limbs resulting in serious
injury or property damage. exercise extreme caution when outdoors
during such strong winds...and be especially aware of older trees.
&&
lat...lon 3201 8905 3211 8932 3223 8932 3233 8919
3227 8900
time...mot...loc 2229z 024deg 8kt 3223 8912
$$
wwus82 kjax 262226
spsjax
157
special weather statement
national weather service jacksonville fl
626 pm edt mon sep 26 2016
flz040-262315-
marion fl-
626 pm edt mon sep 26 2016
...significant weather advisory for southeastern marion county until
715 pm edt...
at 625 pm edt...doppler radar was tracking a strong thunderstorm over
lynne...moving east at 5 mph.
excessive cloud-to-ground lightning can be expected. postpone outdoor
activities promptly. go quickly inside a completely enclosed
building. unplug electronic devices and appliances as they are
susceptible to power surges and may be damaged by nearby lightning
strikes.
locations impacted include...
juniper springs...lynne...silver springs shores and burbank.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
report damage to the nearest law enforcement agency or your county
emergency management.
lat...lon 2912 8203 2930 8200 2935 8166 2934 8166
2934 8168 2931 8168 2929 8165 2905 8164
2905 8166
time...mot...loc 2225z 279deg 5kt 2920 8194
$$
wwus83 kmqt 261937
spsmqt
679
special weather statement
national weather service marquette mi
337 pm edt mon sep 26 2016
miz001>003-270400-
keweenaw-ontonagon-northern houghton-
including the cities of...copper harbor...ontonagon...houghton...
hancock
337 pm edt mon sep 26 2016
...gusty west winds into tonight...
gusty west winds to 40 to 45 mph around deep low pressure in ontario
will continue through this evening. expect the strongest gusts along
the lake superior shore from ontonagon to eagle harbor and over the
west facing higher terrain. these gusty winds will diminish late
tonight.
the gusty winds may cause some tree damage and sporadic power
outages.
$$
wwus81 krnk 262218
spsrnk
521
special weather statement
national weather service blacksburg va
618 pm edt mon sep 26 2016
vaz012-013-016-017-262315-
carroll-floyd-pulaski-wythe-
618 pm edt mon sep 26 2016
...a strong thunderstorm will affect southern pulaski...southwestern
floyd...eastern wythe and northern carroll counties...
at 617 pm edt...a strong thunderstorm was located near allisonia...
moving east at 30 mph.
winds in excess of 30 mph are possible with this storm.
locations impacted include...
hillsville...
allisonia...
patterson...
indian valley...
and willis.
torrential rainfall is also occurring with this storm...and may cause
localized flooding. do not drive your vehicle through flooded
roadways.
frequent cloud to ground lightning is occurring with this storm.
lightning can strike 10 miles away from a thunderstorm. seek a safe
shelter inside a building or vehicle.
lat...lon 3703 8090 3702 8056 3699 8055 3700 8052
3701 8052 3699 8049 3700 8048 3699 8047
3701 8046 3701 8042 3700 8042 3701 8041
3701 8035 3675 8040 3676 8100
time...mot...loc 2217z 266deg 25kt 3694 8079
$$
wwus81 krnk 262157
spsrnk
188
special weather statement
national weather service blacksburg va
557 pm edt mon sep 26 2016
vaz011-013-014-018-022-262300-
montgomery-pulaski-roanoke-craig-giles-
557 pm edt mon sep 26 2016
...an area of strong thunderstorms will affect southwestern
craig...northeastern pulaski...west central roanoke... southeastern
giles and northern montgomery counties...
at 555 pm edt...an area of strong thunderstorms extended from near
pearisburg to newport to simmonsville...moving east at 30 mph.
very heavy rainfall and frequent lightning can be expected with
these thunderstorms.
locations impacted include...
blacksburg...
pearisburg...
pembroke...
poplar hill...
and mountain lake.
this area has already received 2 to 3 inches of rain this afternoon.
additional rainfall up to 2 inches in this same area is
possible...which can lead to localized flooding. do not drive your
vehicle through flooded roadways.
frequent lightning is occurring with these storms.
lightning can strike 10 miles away from a thunderstorm. seek a safe
shelter inside a building or vehicle.
lat...lon 3713 8072 3728 8085 3748 8029 3732 8018
time...mot...loc 2155z 276deg 27kt 3728 8045
$$
wwus82 ktbw 262147
spstbw
683
special weather statement
national weather service tampa bay area / ruskin fl
547 pm edt mon sep 26 2016
flz056-057-061-160-162-165-260-262-265-262245-
inland lee-inland charlotte-coastal charlotte-coastal
sarasota-highlands-coastal lee-inland sarasota-desoto-hardee-
547 pm edt mon sep 26 2016
...a line of strong thunderstorms will affect desoto...sarasota...
charlotte...hardee...northwestern lee and southwestern highlands
counties...
at 545 pm edt...radar indicated strong thunderstorms were located
along a line extending from 8 miles southeast of wauchula to near
punta gorda. movement was erratic but general storm motion
will be to the south around 15 mph.
winds in excess of 40 mph and pea size hail are possible with these
storms.
locations impacted include...
cape coral...fort myers...north port...punta gorda...arcadia...
wauchula...lake placid...port charlotte...babcock ranch...matlacha...
east dunbar...iona...charlotte county airport...
lochmoor waterway estates...babcock webb wma...
matlacha isles-matlacha shores...ona...palmona park...
southeast arcadia and mcgregor.
torrential rainfall is also occurring with these storms...and may
cause localized flooding. do not drive your vehicle through flooded
roadways.
frequent cloud to ground lightning is occurring with this storm.
lightning can strike 10 miles away from a thunderstorm. seek a safe
shelter inside a building or vehicle.
lat...lon 2646 8200 2702 8229 2721 8214 2721 8206
2732 8206 2765 8179 2765 8177 2718 8125
2703 8141 2703 8156 2688 8156
time...mot...loc 2145z 327deg 31kt 2748 8168 2685 8207
$$
wwak82 pafg 252236
spswcz
102
special weather statement
national weather service fairbanks ak
236 pm akdt sun sep 25 2016
akz207-209>214-270000-
chukchi sea coast-baldwin peninsula and selawik valley-
northern and interior seward peninsula-
southern seward peninsula coast-
eastern norton sound and nulato hills-
st lawrence island and bering strait coast-yukon delta-
including...point hope...shishmaref...kivalina...espenberg...
kotzebue...selawik...noorvik...buckland...deering...candle...
council...haycock...pilgrim springs...serpentine hot springs...
taylor...nome...white mountain...golovin...unalakleet...
stebbins...st michael...elim...koyuk...shaktoolik...gambell...
savoonga...brevig mission...teller...wales...diomede...
mountain village...emmonak...alakanuk...kotlik...pilot station...
st marys...scammon bay...marshall...nunam iqua...pitkas point
236 pm akdt sun sep 25 2016
...bering sea storm to impact west coast tuesday night and wednesday...
a low pressure system passing through the bering strait tuesday
night and over the west coast wednesday will produce a period of
strong southwest winds tuesday night and wednesday morning. the
winds will shift to the west and continue for much of the day
wednesday and continue through thursday morning. southwest and
then west winds 30 to 40 mph with gust to around 50 mph can be
expected tuesday night and wednesday along the coast. water levels
along the coast will rise as the winds push storm surge and
breaking waves on shore. coastal residents should expect the
possibility of high surf, coastal erosion and minor coastal
flooding beginning late tuesday and continuing through the
thursday morning.
south of the bering strait...storm surge values will begin to
rise west of golovin through the bering strait tuesday evening to
the 1 to 3 feet range as well as along the yk delta coast through
wednesday morning. as a strong front front passes over the coast
wednesday morning winds are expected to switch to a westerly
direction and water levels are expected to rise rapidly especially
over eastern norton sound where storm surge values are expected to
reach 3 to 5 feet above normal tide levels wednesday afternoon
from near stebbins north along the coast through unalakleet and
golovin. highest storm surge values are expected to reach 5 to 6
feet in norton bay wednesday evening. highest storm surge values
are expected to reach the 4 to 5 foot range near nome late
wednesday morning.
north of the bering strait...storm surge values are expected to
increase rapidly as winds shift to the southwest early wednesday
morning to westerly wednesday afternoon. storm surge values in the
2 to 4 foot range are expected to impact the north coast of the
seward peninsula west of cape espenberg especially near shishmaref
wednesday morning. storm surge values in the 2 to 4 foot range are
also expected along the coast north of cape krusenstern with a 2
to 4 foot storm surge expected at kivalina and red dog dock
wednesday evening. winds will shift to the west wednesday
afternoon with storm surge values expected to rise rapidly to the
3 to 4 foot range above tide level over eastern kotzebue sound
including kotzebue and deering.
model guidance on this potential storm continues to converge on
storm track, strength and timing, however subtle changes in storm
track and strength will have significant impacts on the timing and
location of high surf and potential coastal flooding conditions.
coastal residents should continue to monitor the situation for
updated forecasts and potential warnings.
$$

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