Crooked Creek, AK

4:50 PM AKDT on August 30, 2015 (GMT -0800)
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Elev 85 ft 61.58 °N, 159.54 °W | Updated 14 minutes ago

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Pressure 29.69 in
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Mostly Cloudy 3100 ft
Overcast 4200 ft
Windchill 39 °F
Dew Point 37 °F
Humidity 76%
Rainfall 0.00 in
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UV 1 out of 12
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METAR PANI 310036Z AUTO 27009KT 8SM BKN026 BKN031 OVC042 07/03 A2969 RMK AO1
Pressure 29.69 in
Visibility 8.0 miles
Clouds Mostly Cloudy 2600 ft
Mostly Cloudy 3100 ft
Overcast 4200 ft
Windchill 39 °F
Dew Point 37 °F
Humidity 76%
Rainfall 0.00 in
Snow Depth Not available.
UV 1 out of 12
Pollen Not available.
Air Quality Not available.
Flu Activity Not available.
METAR PANI 310036Z AUTO 27009KT 8SM BKN026 BKN031 OVC042 07/03 A2969 RMK AO1

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Special Statement
Statement as of 11:29 AM AKDT on August 30, 2015

Heavy rainfall that occurred along the northern and western
slopes of the Alaska Range last week has produced a surge of water
that is progressing down the Kuskokwim River. It appears that the
river crested at McGrath Saturday afternoon and now the wave of
high water is moving past liskys crossing... just upstream of the
Village of Stony River.

This surge of water is progressing downstream and will result in
rising water on the Kuskokwim River upstream of Aniak early this
week. At this time the water is not expected to reach flood stage
at any location. However... those with interests along the
Kuskokwim River should prepare for a 1 to 3 foot rise in water
levels over the next few days and move personal belongings away
from the Waters Edge.

This statement will be updated as conditions warrant.

For the latest observations and river forecasts visit US at
http://aprfc.Arh.NOAA.Gov


1129 am akdt sun Aug 30 2015

Heavy rainfall that occurred along the northern and western
slopes of the Alaska Range last week has produced a surge of water
that is progressing down the Kuskokwim River. It appears that the
river crested at McGrath Saturday afternoon and now the wave of
high water is moving past liskys crossing... just upstream of the
Village of Stony River.

This surge of water is progressing downstream and will result in
rising water on the Kuskokwim River upstream of Aniak early this
week. At this time the water is not expected to reach flood stage
at any location. However... those with interests along the
Kuskokwim River should prepare for a 1 to 3 foot rise in water
levels over the next few days and move personal belongings away
from the Waters Edge.

This statement will be updated as conditions warrant.

For the latest observations and river forecasts visit US at
http://aprfc.Arh.NOAA.Gov


1129 am akdt sun Aug 30 2015

Heavy rainfall that occurred along the northern and western
slopes of the Alaska Range last week has produced a surge of water
that is progressing down the Kuskokwim River. It appears that the
river crested at McGrath Saturday afternoon and now the wave of
high water is moving past liskys crossing... just upstream of the
Village of Stony River.

This surge of water is progressing downstream and will result in
rising water on the Kuskokwim River upstream of Aniak early this
week. At this time the water is not expected to reach flood stage
at any location. However... those with interests along the
Kuskokwim River should prepare for a 1 to 3 foot rise in water
levels over the next few days and move personal belongings away
from the Waters Edge.

This statement will be updated as conditions warrant.

For the latest observations and river forecasts visit US at
http://aprfc.Arh.NOAA.Gov



1129 am akdt sun Aug 30 2015

Heavy rainfall that occurred along the northern and western
slopes of the Alaska Range last week has produced a surge of water
that is progressing down the Kuskokwim River. It appears that the
river crested at McGrath Sunday afternoon and now the wave of high
water is moving past liskys crossing... just upstream of the
Village of Stony River.

This surge of water is progressing downstream and will result in
rising water on the Kuskokwim River upstream of Aniak early this
week. At this time the water is not expected to reach flood stage
at any location. However... those with interests along the
Kuskokwim River should prepare for a 1 to 3 foot rise in water
levels over the next few days and move personal belongings away
from the Waters Edge.

This statement will be updated as conditions warrant.

For the latest observations and river forecasts visit US at
http://aprfc.Arh.NOAA.Gov


1129 am akdt sun Aug 30 2015

Heavy rainfall that occurred along the northern and western
slopes of the Alaska Range last week has produced a surge of water
that is progressing down the Kuskokwim River. It appears that the
river crested at McGrath Sunday afternoon and now the wave of high
water is moving past liskys crossing... just upstream of the
Village of Stony River.

This surge of water is progressing downstream and will result in
rising water on the Kuskokwim River upstream of Aniak early this
week. At this time the water is not expected to reach flood stage
at any location. However... those with interests along the
Kuskokwim River should prepare for a 1 to 3 foot rise in water
levels over the next few days and move personal belongings away
from the Waters Edge.

This statement will be updated as conditions warrant.

For the latest observations and river forecasts visit US at
http://aprfc.Arh.NOAA.Gov


1129 am akdt sun Aug 30 2015

Heavy rainfall that occurred along the northern and western
slopes of the Alaska Range last week has produced a surge of water
that is progressing down the Kuskokwim River. It appears that the
river crested at McGrath Sunday afternoon and now the wave of high
water is moving past liskys crossing... just upstream of the
Village of Stony River.

This surge of water is progressing downstream and will result in
rising water on the Kuskokwim River upstream of Aniak early this
week. At this time the water is not expected to reach flood stage
at any location. However... those with interests along the
Kuskokwim River should prepare for a 1 to 3 foot rise in water
levels over the next few days and move personal belongings away
from the Waters Edge.

This statement will be updated as conditions warrant.

For the latest observations and river forecasts visit US at
http://aprfc.Arh.NOAA.Gov



1235 PM akdt Sat Aug 29 2015

Heavy rainfall that occurred along the northern and western slopes of the
Alaska Range earlier this week has produced a surge of water that
is progressing down the Kuskokwim River. High water was reported
at Nikolai on Thursday morning (8/27). At McGrath... water levels
rose almost 4 feet since Thursday morning and are now about to
crest at 14.50 ft.

This surge of water is progressing downstream and will result in rising water
on the Kuskokwim River upstream of Aniak through Monday. At this
time the water is not expected to reach flood stage at any
locations. However... those with interests along the Kuskokwim
River should prepare for a 1 to 3 foot rise in water levels over
the next few days and move personal belongings away from the
Waters Edge.

This statement will be updated as conditions warrant.

For the latest observations and river forecasts visit US at
http://aprfc.Arh.NOAA.Gov


1235 PM akdt Sat Aug 29 2015

Heavy rainfall that occurred along the northern and western slopes of the
Alaska Range earlier this week has produced a surge of water that
is progressing down the Kuskokwim River. High water was reported
at Nikolai on Thursday morning (8/27). At McGrath... water levels
rose almost 4 feet since Thursday morning and are now about to
crest at 14.50 ft.

This surge of water is progressing downstream and will result in rising water
on the Kuskokwim River upstream of Aniak through Monday. At this
time the water is not expected to reach flood stage at any
locations. However... those with interests along the Kuskokwim
River should prepare for a 1 to 3 foot rise in water levels over
the next few days and move personal belongings away from the
Waters Edge.

This statement will be updated as conditions warrant.

For the latest observations and river forecasts visit US at
http://aprfc.Arh.NOAA.Gov


1235 PM akdt Sat Aug 29 2015

Heavy rainfall that occurred along the northern and western slopes of the
Alaska Range earlier this week has produced a surge of water that
is progressing down the Kuskokwim River. High water was reported
at Nikolai on Thursday morning (8/27). At McGrath... water levels
rose almost 4 feet since Thursday morning and are now about to
crest at 14.50 ft.

This surge of water is progressing downstream and will result in rising water
on the Kuskokwim River upstream of Aniak through Monday. At this
time the water is not expected to reach flood stage at any
locations. However... those with interests along the Kuskokwim
River should prepare for a 1 to 3 foot rise in water levels over
the next few days and move personal belongings away from the
Waters Edge.

This statement will be updated as conditions warrant.

For the latest observations and river forecasts visit US at
http://aprfc.Arh.NOAA.Gov