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Special Statement

Statement as of 3:27 PM AKDT on June 29, 2016

Expires 10:00 PM EDT on June 29, 2016


... Heavy rains possible in the Alaska Range and southeast
interior Thursday night and Friday...

Several bands of rain showers will move from east to west across
the southeast interior and Alaska Range from tonight through
Friday. The bands of rain are expected to get wetter through time
with the heaviest rain expected Thursday night and Friday.

Rainfall amounts of between one and three inches are expected
through Friday over the upper Tanana Valley and fortymile
country... the Delta Junction area... and the Alaska Range
including Denali park. The heaviest rain is expected
to be from Thursday night through Friday.

These rains will could cause water level rises from Friday
through this weekend on rivers and streams in the fortymile
country... the Delta Junction area... and the Alaska Range. The
heaviest rain is expected to be in the Alaska Range where small
streams could rise rapidly starting Friday. At this time there is
still uncertainty as to the amount and location of the heaviest
rain and of the possibility of high water.

People venturing into the above areas this Holiday weekend should
be alert for the possibility of rapidly rising streams and rivers
as well as possible mudslides.

For the latest forecasts go to www.Weather.Gov/Fairbanks.


327 PM akdt Wed Jun 29 2016

... Heavy rains possible in the Alaska Range and southeast
interior Thursday night and Friday...

Several bands of rain showers will move from east to west across
the southeast interior and Alaska Range from tonight through
Friday. The bands of rain are expected to get wetter through time
with the heaviest rain expected Thursday night and Friday.

Rainfall amounts of between one and three inches are expected
through Friday over the upper Tanana Valley and fortymile
country... the Delta Junction area... and the Alaska Range
including Denali park. The heaviest rain is expected
to be from Thursday night through Friday.

These rains will could cause water level rises from Friday
through this weekend on rivers and streams in the fortymile
country... the Delta Junction area... and the Alaska Range. The
heaviest rain is expected to be in the Alaska Range where small
streams could rise rapidly starting Friday. At this time there is
still uncertainty as to the amount and location of the heaviest
rain and of the possibility of high water.

People venturing into the above areas this Holiday weekend should
be alert for the possibility of rapidly rising streams and rivers
as well as possible mudslides.

For the latest forecasts go to www.Weather.Gov/Fairbanks.



327 PM akdt Wed Jun 29 2016

... Heavy rains possible in the Alaska Range and southeast
interior Thursday night and Friday...

Several bands of rain showers will move from east to west across
the southeast interior and Alaska Range from tonight through
Friday. The bands of rain are expected to get wetter through time
with the heaviest rain expected Thursday night and Friday.

Rainfall amounts of between one and three inches are expected
through Friday over the upper Tanana Valley and fortymile
country... the Delta Junction area... and the Alaska Range
including Denali park. The heaviest rain is expected
to be from Thursday night through Friday.

These rains will could cause water level rises from Friday
through this weekend on rivers and streams in the fortymile
country... the Delta Junction area... and the Alaska Range. The
heaviest rain is expected to be in the Alaska Range where small
streams could rise rapidly starting Friday. At this time there is
still uncertainty as to the amount and location of the heaviest
rain and of the possibility of high water.

People venturing into the above areas this Holiday weekend should
be alert for the possibility of rapidly rising streams and rivers
as well as possible mudslides.

For the latest forecasts go to www.Weather.Gov/Fairbanks.


558 am akdt Wed Jun 29 2016

... Heavy rains possible in the Alaska Range and southeast
interior tonight through Friday...

A series of easterly waves... weather fronts... will bring bands of
showers and rain moving east to west to the southeast interior and
Alaska Range beginning late tonight.

Rainfall amounts of between one and three inches are expected
through Friday over the upper Tanana Valley... fortymile
country... goodpaster river basin... the Delta Junction area... and
the eastern and central Alaska Range.

These rains will have the potential to cause flooding from
Thursday through this weekend in rivers and streams draining out
of the fortymile country... the goodpaster basin... and the Alaska
Range. The heaviest rain will most likely fall in the eastern
Alaska Range between the Parks Highway and the Tok cutoff... and
around Denali in the central Alaska Range. There is still
uncertainty as to the exact amounts and locations of the heaviest
rain and the possibility of flooding.

People venturing into the above areas this Holiday weekend should
be alert for the possibility of rapidly rising streams and rivers
as well as possible mudslides.

For the latest forecasts go to www.Weather.Gov/Fairbanks.



558 am akdt Wed Jun 29 2016

... Heavy rains possible in the Alaska Range and southeast
interior tonight through Friday...

A series of easterly waves... weather fronts... will bring bands of
showers and rain moving east to west to the southeast interior and
Alaska Range beginning late tonight.

Rainfall amounts of between one and three inches are expected
through Friday over the upper Tanana Valley... fortymile
country... goodpaster river basin... the Delta Junction area... and
the eastern and central Alaska Range.

These rains will have the potential to cause flooding from
Thursday through this weekend in rivers and streams draining out
of the fortymile country... the goodpaster basin... and the Alaska
Range. The heaviest rain will most likely fall in the eastern
Alaska Range between the Parks Highway and the Tok cutoff... and
around Denali in the central Alaska Range. There is still
uncertainty as to the exact amounts and locations of the heaviest
rain and the possibility of flooding.

People venturing into the above areas this Holiday weekend should
be alert for the possibility of rapidly rising streams and rivers
as well as possible mudslides.

For the latest forecasts go to www.Weather.Gov/Fairbanks.




558 am akdt Wed Jun 29 2016

... Heavy rains possible in the Alaska Range and southeast
interior tonight through Friday...

A series of easterly waves... weather fronts... will bring bands of
showers and rain moving east to west to the southeast interior and
Alaska Range beginning late tonight.

Rainfall amounts of between one and three inches are expected
through Friday over the upper Tanana Valley... fortymile
country... goodpaster river basin... the Delta Junction area... and
the eastern and central Alaska Range.

These rains will have the potential to cause flooding from
Thursday through this weekend in rivers and streams draining out
of the fortymile country... the goodpaster basin... and the Alaska
Range. The heaviest rain will most likely fall in the eastern
Alaska Range between the Parks Highway and the Tok cutoff... and
around Denali in the central Alaska Range. There is still
uncertainty as to the exact amounts and locations of the heaviest
rain and the possibility of flooding.

People venturing into the above areas this Holiday weekend should
be alert for the possibility of rapidly rising streams and rivers
as well as possible mudslides.

For the latest forecasts go to www.Weather.Gov/Fairbanks.



Weather Severe Map
Alaska - Special Statement , Record Report
Arizona - Flash Flood Warning , Areal Flood Advisory , Blowing Dust Advisory , Air Quality Alert
California - Flash Flood Warning , Areal Flood Advisory , Excessive Heat Warning , Heat Advisory , Beach Hazard Statement
Colorado - Severe Thunderstorm Watch , Severe Thunderstorm Watch , Severe Thunderstorm Warning , Special Statement , Public Information Statement
Connecticut - Air Quality Alert , Public Information Statement
Florida - Areal Flood Advisory
Georgia - Areal Flood Advisory , Special Statement , Special Statement, Air Quality Alert , Air Quality Alert
Indiana - Air Quality Alert
Iowa - Special Statement
Kansas - Severe Thunderstorm Watch
Kentucky - Air Quality Alert
Louisiana - Flood Warning
Massachusetts - Dense Fog Advisory , Special Statement , Public Information Statement
Missouri - Flash Flood Warning
Nebraska - Severe Thunderstorm Watch , Severe Thunderstorm Watch , Severe Thunderstorm Warning , Special Statement
Nevada - Areal Flood Advisory
New York - Air Quality Alert , Public Information Statement
North Carolina - Severe Thunderstorm Warning , Special Statement
Oregon - Fire Weather Warning
Pennsylvania - Record Report
Rhode Island - Special Statement, Air Quality Alert , Air Quality Alert
South Carolina - Severe Thunderstorm Warning , Special Statement
South Dakota - Severe Thunderstorm Watch , Severe Thunderstorm Watch , Severe Thunderstorm Warning , Severe Thunderstorm Warning
Texas - Flood Warning , Air Quality Alert , Record Report
Utah - Fire Weather Warning , Record Report
Vermont - Public Information Statement
Washington - Fire Weather Watch , Fire Weather Watch, Fire Weather Warning , Fire Weather Warning
Wyoming - Severe Thunderstorm Warning , Record Report

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