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wwus81 kcar 031015 cca
spscar
297 

special weather statement...corrected
national weather service caribou me
515 am est sat dec 3 2016

mez001>006-010-011-031-032-032215-
northwest aroostook-northeast aroostook-northern somerset-
northern piscataquis-northern penobscot-southeast aroostook-
central piscataquis-central penobscot-southern piscataquis-
northern washington-
including the cities of...allagash...clayton lake...madawaska...
fort kent...frenchville...presque isle...caribou...van buren...
mars hill...baker lake...billy-jack depot...baxter st park...
chamberlain lake...churchill dam...mount katahdin...millinocket...
east millinocket...patten...medway...houlton...hodgdon...
sherman...smyrna mills...greenville...monson...blanchard...
lincoln...howland...springfield...dover-foxcroft...milo...
guilford...danforth...vanceboro...topsfield
515 am est sat dec 3 2016

...patchy black ice possible across much of northern and eastern
maine this morning...

water from recent rain and melted snow has likely refrozen
overnight as temperatures have dropped near or below freezing.
this may result in patches of black ice, especially on untreated
roads, parking lots, and sidewalks. any fresh snow that fell
overnight may cover the black ice, making it even harder to see.

motorists should be careful when driving this morning and stay
alert for changing road conditions. surfaces that appear to be
just wet or snow covered may have a thin glaze of ice. slow down
and leave plenty of room between you and the car in front of you. 

$$
wwus84 khgx 031537
spshgx
633 

special weather statement
national weather service houston/galveston tx
937 am cst sat dec 3 2016
 
txz214-238-031615-
galveston tx-chambers tx-
937 am cst sat dec 3 2016

...strong thunderstorms across northeastern galveston and eastern
chambers counties through 1015 am cst...

at 937 am cst...doppler radar was tracking a strong thunderstorm
near rollover pass...or 20 miles southeast of beach city...moving
northeast at 55 mph.

winds in excess of 40 mph will be possible with this storm.

locations impacted include...
stowell...winnie and bolivar peninsula. 

lat...lon 2947 9456 2954 9469 2989 9442 2989 9436
      2961 9436
time...mot...loc 1537z 214deg 48kt 2956 9457 

$$
wwus84 khgx 031504
spshgx
834 

special weather statement
national weather service houston/galveston tx
904 am cst sat dec 3 2016
 
txz214-031545-
chambers tx-
904 am cst sat dec 3 2016

...strong thunderstorms across eastern chambers county through 945 am
cst...

at 904 am cst...doppler radar was tracking a strong thunderstorm
near rollover pass...or 20 miles southeast of beach city...moving
northeast at 35 mph.

winds in excess of 40 mph will be possible with this storm.

locations impacted include...
stowell and winnie. 

lat...lon 2955 9450 2962 9462 2988 9448 2980 9436
      2965 9435
time...mot...loc 1504z 214deg 31kt 2956 9457 

$$
wwus86 kpqr 022126
spspqr
351 

special weather statement
national weather service portland or
126 pm pst fri dec 2 2016

orz011-013-waz019-032300-
northern oregon cascades-cascades in lane county-
south washington cascades-
including the cities of...government camp...detroit...
santiam pass...mckenzie pass...mckenzie bridge...oakridge...
willamette pass...coldwater ridge visitors center...
mount st. helens...wind river valley
126 pm pst fri dec 2 2016

...significant accumulating snows coming to the south washington
and north and central oregon cascades saturday night and sunday...

a potent moist but relatively cool weather system will be moving
into southwest washington and northwest oregon saturday night and
continuing through sunday...with significant snows in the south
washington and north and central oregon cascades.

snow amounts could reach 8 to 15 inches at higher elevations such
as at timberline ski resort and at mount hood meadows. amounts at
the passes through the cascades could reach 4 to 8 inches.

the period of the heaviest snow in the south washington cascades
will be from midnight saturday night until noon sunday. the period
of the heaviest snow in the north and central oregon cascades will
be on sunday.

expect roads in the cascades to be snow covered and icy...creating
difficult driving conditions. be sure to carry chains as well as
extra provisions should you travel through the cascades this
weekend.


$$
wwus85 kriw 030837
spsriw
672 

special weather statement
national weather service riverton wy
137 am mst sat dec 3 2016

wyz002-003-032300-
absaroka mountains-cody foothills-
including the cities of...cody...meeteetse
137 am mst sat dec 3 2016

...strong winds expected along the cody foothills this morning
through today...

an approaching low pressure trough will increase the pressure
gradient across the absaroka mountains and cody foothills with
strong gusty winds developing this morning. the strongest winds
will likely occur this morning. the strongest winds will likely
be in the gap flow favored areas just south of clark and just
south of cody along highway 120. west winds will increase to 25 to
35 mph with gusts 45 to 55 mph with localized gusts around 65 mph.

sunday...light to occasionally moderate snow will mix with strong
wind...reducing visibility to less than a half mile at times in
blowing snow in addition to causing drifting of snow. 

$$
wwus85 kriw 030837
spsriw

wyz023-024-032300-
star valley-salt river and wyoming ranges-
including the cities of...afton...alpine...star valley ranch...
thayne
137 am mst sat dec 3 2016

...snow to return to western wyoming tonight and sunday...

light snow will increase across western wyoming tonight. then
more significant snow will develop sunday and continue through
sunday night. the heaviest snow is expected sunday night.

snowfall of 3 to 5 inches may occur in the star valley...with 5
to 10 inches possible in the salt river and wyoming ranges. areas
of west to southwest wind at 20 to 30 mph with gusts 40 to 50 mph
could cause blowing and drifting snow in open areas. visibility
will be low at times over salt river pass.

$$
wwus85 kriw 030837
spsriw

wyz016-032300-
upper wind river basin-
including the city of...dubois
137 am mst sat dec 3 2016

...gusty winds expected in the upper wind river basin this
morning...then again sunday afternoon and evening...

an approaching low pressure trough will increase the pressure
gradient across the upper wind river basin around dubois with
gusty northwest winds this morning....becoming stronger once again
by sunday afternoon. the strongest winds will likely occur sunday
afternoon and evening...blowing out of the west to northwest 20
to 30 mph with gusts 35 to 45 mph and localized gusts around 55
mph.

$$
wwus85 kriw 030837
spsriw

wyz019-020-022-030-032300-
green mountains and rattlesnake range-
natrona county lower elevations-casper mountain-
east sweetwater county-
including the cities of...jeffrey city...casper...wamsutter
137 am mst sat dec 3 2016

...gusty southwest winds to return to portions of central wyoming
this morning through this evening...with strong wind possible by
sunday afternoon...

a low pressure trough will increase the pressure gradient across
eastern sweetwater...southern fremont and natrona counties. gusty
southwest winds will increase across this area this morning
through this evening...then again by sunday afternoon. the
strongest winds will likely occur sunday afternoon and
evening...increasing to 25 to 35 mph with gusts 45 to 55 mph with
localized gusts around 60 mph.

$$
wwus85 kriw 030837
spsriw

wyz014-015-025-032300-
wind river mountains west-wind river mountains east-
upper green river basin foothills-
including the city of...pinedale
137 am mst sat dec 3 2016

...snow to return to western wyoming tonight and sunday...

light snow will increase across western wyoming tonight. then
more significant snow will develop sunday morning and continue
through sunday night. the heaviest snow is expected on sunday.

snowfall of 2 to 5 inches may occur in the upper green river
basin foothills from pinedale to bondurant...with 5 to 10 inches
possible in the wind river mountains. areas of west to southwest
wind at 20 to 30 mph with gusts 40 to 50 mph could cause blowing
and drifting snow in open areas. visibility will be low at times
over south pass.

$$
wwus86 ksew 031226
spssew
953 

special weather statement
national weather service seattle wa
426 am pst sat dec 3 2016

waz001-503-504-506-507-509>517-555-556-558-559-567>569-040030-
san juan county-western whatcom county-southwest interior-
western skagit county-everett and vicinity-tacoma area-
admiralty inlet area-hood canal area-lower chehalis valley area-
olympics-eastern strait of juan de fuca-
western strait of juan de fuca-north coast-central coast-
east puget sound lowlands-bellevue and vicinity-seattle and vicinity-
bremerton and vicinity-cascades of whatcom and skagit counties-
cascades of snohomish and king counties-
cascades of pierce and lewis counties-
426 am pst sat dec 3 2016

...colder temperatures and a chance for lowland snow sunday night
and monday...
...a threat of isolated landslides continues...

a front dropping southward sunday will allow a much colder air
mass to filter into the region sunday night and early next week.
precipitation will become showery as snow levels fall to around
500 feet by monday morning. an inch or two of localized snow
accumulation is possible sunday night and monday...mainly on
hilltops and locations away from the water. 

the puget sound convergence zone could also become active monday
over western snohomish county and northwest king county...possibly
bringing a few inches of localized snow accumulation down near
sea-level. by monday evening...temperatures will be cold enough
for snow showers even in the greater puget sound seattle metro
area. some snow could accumulate impacting the commute. forecasts
should be monitored for the chance of lowland snow early next
week.

meanwhile...soils remain saturated from heavy rainfall that fell
during the past several weeks. this will maintain the risk of
isolated landslides.

$$
wwak83 pafg 031433
spsafg
784 

special weather statement
national weather service fairbanks ak
533 am akst sat dec 3 2016

akz221-222-031645-
central interior-middle tanana valley-
including...nenana...anderson...tanana...minto...
manley hot springs...rampart...lake minchumina...livengood...
fairbanks...fort wainwright...eielson afb...ester...north pole...
moose creek...two rivers...fox...chatanika...chena hot springs...
sourdough camp
533 am akst sat dec 3 2016

...snow now tapering off from fairbanks west...

snow has now become very light from fairbanks west. only two
tenths of an inch of snow fell between midnight and 5am today in
fairbanks. light snow will continue this morning with less than
one half of inch of additional accumulation.

the storm total snow fall at the fairbanks airport as of 5am was
6.6 inches.

$$
wwak87 pajk 030049
spsajk
575 

special weather statement
national weather service juneau ak
349 pm akst fri dec 2 2016

akz017>029-031600-
cape fairweather to cape suckling coastal area-
taiya inlet and klondike highway-haines borough and lynn canal-
glacier bay-eastern chichagof island-
salisbury sound to cape fairweather coastal area-
cape decision to salisbury sound coastal area-
eastern baranof island and southern admiralty island-
juneau borough and northern admiralty island-
inner channels from kupreanof island to etolin island-
dixon entrance to cape decision coastal area-
southern inner channels-misty fjords-
including the cities of...yakutat...skagway...haines...gustavus...
hoonah...elfin cove...pelican...sitka...port alexander...angoon...
juneau...petersburg...wrangell...kake...craig...klawock...
ketchikan...metlakatla...hyder
349 pm akst fri dec 2 2016

...cold temperatures coming to the panhandle beginning saturday
night...

cold arctic air will begin moving into the panhandle with
significantly colder temperatures saturday night.

skagway and haines areas will see the coldest drop in
temperatures with monday night lows falling below zero near the
canadian borders. near the city centers of haines and skagway
temperatures will bottom out in the single digits.

other areas of the northern panhandle...including petersburg will
have overnight lows dropping into the teens while the southern
panhandle will see their lows in the lower to middle 20s.

hyder area having a more continental influence will have
temperatures in the single digits.

$$

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