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Special Weather Statement

SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FAIRBANKS AK
1241 PM AKDT FRI SEP 19 2014

AKZ218>226-192245-
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
1241 PM AKDT FRI SEP 19 2014

...RAINY AND COOL WEATHER THIS WEEKEND...

RAIN WILL MOVE OVER THE INTERIOR TONIGHT AND CONTINUE INTO SUNDAY
BEFORE TAPERING OFF FROM WEST TO EAST SUNDAY MORNING. RAINFALL
AMOUNTS UP TO ONE HALF INCH WILL BE POSSIBLE ACROSS THE AREA.

A SECOND WEATHER SYSTEM WILL MOVE INTO THE SOUTHEAST INTERIOR
SUNDAY AFTERNOON AND EVENING BRINGING RAIN TO THE AREA. RAINFALL
AMOUNTS EAST AND SOUTH OF FAIRBANKS WITH THIS SYSTEM WILL ALSO BE
UP TO ONE HALF INCH WITH THE HIGHEST AMOUNTS IN THE FORTYMILE
COUNTRY.

TEMPERATURES ACROSS THE AREA WILL CONTINUE TO FALL AS COLD AIR
FROM THE NORTHWEST SPREADS OVER THE AREA. LOWS SATURDAY MORNING
WILL BE IN THE MID 30S TO LOWER 40S WITH HIGHS ONLY REACHING THE
LOWER 50S. SUNDAY WILL BE EVEN COOLER WITH LOWS IN THE LOWER 30S
TO AROUND 40 AND HIGHS IN THE 40S TO AROUND 50.

WINDS WILL GENERALLY BE LIGHT IN THE VALLEYS...BUT WINDS OVER THE
HILLS WILL BE SOUTHWEST AT 5 TO 15 MPH.

THERE IS POTENTIAL FOR SOME FLURRIES OVER THE HILLS SUNDAY WITH
THE SECOND WEATHER SYSTEM...BUT NO SIGNIFICANT SNOWFALL IS
EXPECTED THROUGH NEXT WEEK.

$$




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