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Special Statement

Statement as of 1:07 PM AKDT on July 29, 2016

Expires 8:00 PM EDT on July 29, 2016


... Mendenhall Lake falling rapidly...

The Mendenhall Lake gauge indicates water levels are falling
rapidly early this afternoon. The lake crested at 8.8 feet early
this morning. Water levels are expected to continue to fall
through the weekend.

This will be the final statement on this event.


107 PM akdt Fri Jul 29 2016

... Mendenhall Lake falling rapidly...

The Mendenhall Lake gauge indicates water levels are falling
rapidly early this afternoon. The lake crested at 8.8 feet early
this morning. Water levels are expected to continue to fall
through the weekend.

This will be the final statement on this event.


107 PM akdt Fri Jul 29 2016

... Mendenhall Lake falling rapidly...

The Mendenhall Lake gauge indicates water levels are falling
rapidly early this afternoon. The lake crested at 8.8 feet early
this morning. Water levels are expected to continue to fall
through the weekend.

This will be the final statement on this event.



339 PM akdt Wed Jul 20 2016


... Rainy... breezy... and cooler late Thursday through Saturday...

A series of fronts from the Gulf of Alaska will bring
rainy... breezy... and cooler conditions to Southeast Alaska from
Thursday through Saturday. Rain will become steady and
persistent... first across the northeast Gulf late Thursday and
intensify Friday and Friday night. Rain will spread quickly
across the northern Panhandle Thursday night and become widespread
across the entire Panhandle by Friday afternoon. The heaviest rain
is likely to fall from late Friday night into Saturday. Rain
amounts over 48 hours from Thursday night into Saturday will
generally range between 1 and 2 inches with higher amounts of 2 to
3 inches near Yakutat... Juneau... Petersburg... and Wrangell.

Breezy conditions will develop across the central and southern inside
passages Friday night into Saturday. Breezy conditions may extend
into the far northern Panhandle Saturday into Saturday night where
small craft winds have been posted across the central and southern
Inner Channels. Gale force winds are possible for Clarence Strait
early Saturday morning.

In addition... high temperatures Friday into the rest of the
weekend will feel noticeably cooler than in recent weeks.


339 PM akdt Wed Jul 20 2016


... Rainy... breezy... and cooler late Thursday through Saturday...

A series of fronts from the Gulf of Alaska will bring
rainy... breezy... and cooler conditions to Southeast Alaska from
Thursday through Saturday. Rain will become steady and
persistent... first across the northeast Gulf late Thursday and
intensify Friday and Friday night. Rain will spread quickly
across the northern Panhandle Thursday night and become widespread
across the entire Panhandle by Friday afternoon. The heaviest rain
is likely to fall from late Friday night into Saturday. Rain
amounts over 48 hours from Thursday night into Saturday will
generally range between 1 and 2 inches with higher amounts of 2 to
3 inches near Yakutat... Juneau... Petersburg... and Wrangell.

Breezy conditions will develop across the central and southern inside
passages Friday night into Saturday. Breezy conditions may extend
into the far northern Panhandle Saturday into Saturday night where
small craft winds have been posted across the central and southern
Inner Channels. Gale force winds are possible for Clarence Strait
early Saturday morning.

In addition... high temperatures Friday into the rest of the
weekend will feel noticeably cooler than in recent weeks.


339 PM akdt Wed Jul 20 2016


... Rainy... breezy... and cooler late Thursday through Saturday...

A series of fronts from the Gulf of Alaska will bring
rainy... breezy... and cooler conditions to Southeast Alaska from
Thursday through Saturday. Rain will become steady and
persistent... first across the northeast Gulf late Thursday and
intensify Friday and Friday night. Rain will spread quickly
across the northern Panhandle Thursday night and become widespread
across the entire Panhandle by Friday afternoon. The heaviest rain
is likely to fall from late Friday night into Saturday. Rain
amounts over 48 hours from Thursday night into Saturday will
generally range between 1 and 2 inches with higher amounts of 2 to
3 inches near Yakutat... Juneau... Petersburg... and Wrangell.

Breezy conditions will develop across the central and southern inside
passages Friday night into Saturday. Breezy conditions may extend
into the far northern Panhandle Saturday into Saturday night where
small craft winds have been posted across the central and southern
Inner Channels. Gale force winds are possible for Clarence Strait
early Saturday morning.

In addition... high temperatures Friday into the rest of the
weekend will feel noticeably cooler than in recent weeks.



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