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wwus85 kboi 202043
spsboi
794
special weather statement
national weather service boise id
243 pm mdt mon oct 20 2014
idz011>016-028>030-033-orz061>064-211100-
west central mountains-lower treasure valley id-boise mountains-
upper treasure valley-southwest highlands-western magic valley-
camas prairie-owyhee mountains-southern twin falls county-
upper weiser river-harney county-baker county-malheur county-
lower treasure valley or-
243 pm mdt mon oct 20 2014
...major change in the weather tuesday...
a strong upper level disturbance will move through eastern oregon
and southwest idaho tonight and early tuesday. this will bring
showers and gusty winds to the area. isolated thunderstorms are
forecast just ahead of the center of the upper low...a path that
extends from central and southern harney and malheur counties...
northeast through the treasure valley...and into the boise
mountains and camas prairie. precipitation amounts will range from
a tenth of an inch to a quarter inch in the valleys...and from
half an inch to an inch in the mountains. a couple inches of snow
will fall above 7000 feet...with up to 4 inches above 9000 feet.
high temperatures tomorrow will be around 20 degrees below today/s
readings...ranging from the upper 50s to lower 60s in the
valleys...and 30s and 40s in the mountains.
we are in for another quick change wednesday...as milder weather
rapidly returns...along with mostly sunny skies. temperatures will
rebound 5 to 10 degrees to put most areas right back near normal.
$$
wwus85 kgjt 202051
spsgjt
926
special weather statement
national weather service grand junction co
251 pm mdt mon oct 20 2014
coz004-009-010-012-013-017>019-210900-
elkhead and park mountains-grand and battlement mesas-
gore and elk mountains/central mountain valleys-
west elk and sawatch mountains-flattops-
uncompahgre plateau and dallas divide-
northwest san juan mountains-southwest san juan mountains-
including the cities of...columbine...toponas...skyway...aspen...
vail...snowmass...crested butte...taylor park...marble...buford...
trappers lake...ridgway...glade park...ouray...telluride...
lake city...silverton...rico...hesperus
251 pm mdt mon oct 20 2014
...accumulating snowfall above 10000 feet on tuesday into
wednesday...
a weather system will pass through eastern utah and western
colorado tuesday through wednesday morning bringing precipitation
in the form of rain and snow. the snow level will begin around
11000 feet on tuesday but is expected to drop to 10000 feet by
wednesday morning. 1 to 3 inches of snow may accumulate at
locations above 10000 ft by wednesday morning.
those venturing into the high country should be prepared for
the possibility of wet snow. for the latest information on this
developing storm...please visit our website at weather.gov/gjt or
follow us on facebook or twitter.
$$
wwus84 kmaf 202036
spsmaf
415
special weather statement
national weather service midland/odessa tx
336 pm cdt mon oct 20 2014
txz058>060-067-202130-
loving-ward-winkler-reeves county and upper trans pecos-
336 pm cdt mon oct 20 2014
...significant weather advisory for strong thunderstorms affecting
east central reeves...southeastern loving...southwestern winkler and
western ward counties until 430 pm cdt...
a strong thunderstorm was located 33 miles southeast of mentone at
336 pm cdt...moving north at 30 mph.
precautionary/preparedness actions...
in addition to nickel size hail and gusty winds over 40 mph...deadly
cloud to ground lightning and heavy rainfall can be expected.
remember...if you can hear thunder...you are close enough to be
struck by lightning. seek safe shelter now.
&&
lat...lon 3170 10370 3180 10349 3180 10325 3137 10311
3130 10327
time...mot...loc 2036z 159deg 26kt 3138 10325
$$
wwus86 kmfr 201441
spsmfr
255
special weather statement
national weather service medford or
741 am pdt mon oct 20 2014
orz021-022-210345-
south central oregon coast-curry county coast-
including the cities of...coos bay...north bend...reedsport...
bandon...port orford...coquille...brookings...harbor...gold beach
741 am pdt mon oct 20 2014
...dangerous sneaker waves possible at the beaches today...
elevated surf with breaker heights of 17 to 19 ft and dangerous
sneaker waves are expected today. this will present a significant
hazard to beach goers along the southern oregon coast today.
westerly swell will peak at 13 to 15 feet late this morning and
this afternoon and will remain elevated through this evening.
the long period of this swell, around 15 seconds, will result in
breaker heights up to 19 feet. dangerous sneaker waves are
possible this morning through this evening.
sneaker waves are sudden and unexpected waves that reach much
further up the beach than normal. they can take beach goers by
surprise and sweep them out to sea. these waves can also quickly
push large objects, such as logs, up the beach, creating a
significant hazard. the danger of sneaker waves is magnified
because the weather will not be stormy, and a false perception may
exist that beach conditions are safe.
if you are planning activity on the south oregon beaches today,
stay alert to the danger of sneaker waves. never turn your back on
the ocean. wearing life preservers is good safety measure,
especially for children. maintain a good distance from the surf
and keep your eye on the sea.
$$
wwus85 kpih 201917
spspih
719
special weather statement
national weather service pocatello id
117 pm mdt mon oct 20 2014
idz017>025-031-032-211200-
eastern magic valley-sawtooth mountains-upper snake highlands-
upper snake river plain-lower snake river plain-
south central highlands-caribou highlands-
cache valley/idaho portion-wasatch mountains/idaho portion-
big and little wood river region-lost river/pahsimeroi-
including the cities of...burley...rupert...shoshone...carey...
stanley...clayton...driggs...dubois...island park...st. anthony...
edie school...idaho falls...rexburg...rigby...pocatello...
blackfoot...fort hall...american falls...malad city...oakley...
rockland...downey...lava hot springs...soda springs...wayan...
preston...dayton...montpelier...georgetown...paris...hailey...
ketchum...sun valley...bellevue...arco...challis...mackay
117 pm mdt mon oct 20 2014
...low pressure system will bring a variety of fall showers and
gusty winds to southeast idaho tuesday...
rain showers are likely in the central mountains early tuesday
morning...and will spread across southeast idaho through the day.
snow levels are expected to be 7800 to 8200 feet where
accumulation of 1 to 2 inches is possible through tuesday evening.
the higher mountain peaks may see up to 5 inches of snow.
southwesterly winds of 25 to 35 mph will develop tuesday afternoon
in the upper and lower snake plain. the storm system will move
northeast into montana quickly tuesday night.
$$
wwak83 pafg 201340
spsafg
493
special weather statement
national weather service fairbanks ak
540 am akdt mon oct 20 2014
akz218>226-210000-
southeastern brooks range-upper koyukuk valley-
yukon flats and surrounding uplands-central interior-
middle tanana valley-deltana and tanana flats-
upper tanana valley and the fortymile country-denali-
eastern alaska range-
including...arctic village...wiseman...coldfoot...
chandalar d.o.t. camp...iniakuk lake...allakaket...hughes...
bettles...caribou mountain...gobblers knob...fort yukon...
venetie...central...circle...stevens village...beaver...
chalkyitsik...birch creek...circle hot springs...eagle summit...
twelvemile summit...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...salcha...delta junction...fort greely...
harding/birch lake...dry creek...dot lake...healy lake...tok...
tanacross...eagle...tetlin...northway...alcan...chicken...
boundary...healy...denali national park...carlo creek...
kantishna...mentasta lake...black rapids...donnelly dome...
trims camp...eagle trail...mineral lake
540 am akdt mon oct 20 2014
...weather pattern to persist through thursday...
a relatively stagnant weather pattern that has languished over
the state will remain through late in the week.
strong high pressure over the arctic with low pressure over the
gulf and mainland alaska have produced a dry easterly flow across
most of the interior for the last week or so.
a relatively strong gradient has developed between the high and
low over the interior and this is bringing some gusty winds to
higher elevations and channeled areas. winds gusting to 35 mph
will occur north of fairbanks with wind gusts to 25 mph possible
north of birch lake. winds will diminish a little on tuesday.
a weak frontal boundary will move across the interior tonight
through tuesday bringing flurries to most areas. locally areas in
the fortymile country and the white mountains could see a period
of snow...but no significant accumulation is expected. the next
chance of significant snow will come saturday when a front moves
through the area from the west.
above normal temperatures of the last couple days will continue
today...but temperatures will be trending cooler through the
week.
$$
wwak81 pafg 201022
spsnsb
285
special weather statement
national weather service fairbanks ak
222 am akdt mon oct 20 2014
akz201>204-210000-
western arctic coast-northern arctic coast-
central beaufort sea coast-eastern beaufort sea coast-
including...wainwright...atqasuk...point lay...cape lisburne...
barrow...alaktak...pitt point...nulavik...nuiqsut...prudhoe bay...
alpine...deadhorse...kuparuk...kaktovik...flaxman island
222 am akdt mon oct 20 2014
...strong easterly winds to continue...
a strong high pressure system over the high arctic is combining
with low pressure over mainland alaska to create a strong
pressure gradient over the arctic coast and adjacent coastal
waters.
strong easterly winds that came up last week will continue
through most of this week before the systems break down saturday.
the strongest winds can be expected today through wednesday with
winds 20 to 40 mph gusting to around 55 mph.
the low clouds...snow showers or flurries...occasional freezing
drizzle...fog...and blowing snow will continue as well hindering
travel across the area.
for the latest...most up to date forecast go to
www.weather.gov/fairbanks.
$$

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