Matanuska Valley Severe Watches & Warnings NOAA Weather Radio

Special Statement
Statement as of 10:02 PM AKDT on August 29, 2015

...Periods of gusty northerly winds expected over southcentral Alaska the next few days...

Gusty north to northwest winds will develop again over most of southcentral Alaska overnight and persist into Monday. While the strongest winds are expected to be less than the winds from Friday and Friday night they will once again increase the risk of small trees blowing over. Use caution around campfires as the strong winds can cause fires to spread rapidly.

In addition the relic ash from the 1912 eruption of katmai Volcano may get resuspended and impact Shelikof Strait and Kodiak Island as it did a few days ago.

For the latest forecast for your area go to: http://weather.Gov/Anchorage

1002 PM akdt Sat Aug 29 2015

...Periods of gusty northerly winds expected over southcentral Alaska the next few days...

Gusty north to northwest winds will develop again over most of southcentral Alaska overnight and persist into Monday. While the strongest winds are expected to be less than the winds from Friday and Friday night they will once again increase the risk of small trees blowing over. Use caution around campfires as the strong winds can cause fires to spread rapidly.

In addition the relic ash from the 1912 eruption of katmai Volcano may get resuspended and impact Shelikof Strait and Kodiak Island as it did a few days ago.

For the latest forecast for your area go to: http://weather.Gov/Anchorage

1002 PM akdt Sat Aug 29 2015

...Periods of gusty northerly winds expected over southcentral Alaska the next few days...

Gusty north to northwest winds will develop again over most of southcentral Alaska overnight and persist into Monday. While the strongest winds are expected to be less than the winds from Friday and Friday night they will once again increase the risk of small trees blowing over. Use caution around campfires as the strong winds can cause fires to spread rapidly.

In addition the relic ash from the 1912 eruption of katmai Volcano may get resuspended and impact Shelikof Strait and Kodiak Island as it did a few days ago.

For the latest forecast for your area go to: http://weather.Gov/Anchorage

Record Report
Statement as of 1:07 am AKDT on August 30, 2015

...Record high precipitation for St Paul Alaska...

On Saturday 29 August...St Paul Airport recorded a record high precipitation of 1.32 inches. Using a climate record going back to 1892...this broke the previous record of 0.83 inches set in 2006.

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