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Special Statement
Statement as of 5:40 PM AKDT on August 27, 2015

... Moderate to heavy rain continuing for the Panhandle into Friday
night...

A strong front is moving through the Panhandle and will stall over
Southeast Alaska by Friday. Heavy rain continues to fall over the
northern Panhandle with an additional one half to 1.5 inches of rain
expected through Friday. The southern Panhandle will see upwards of
2 to 4 inches of rainfall through Friday night.

Area rivers and streams will continue to rise through Friday but
none are expected to exceed bankfull at this time.


540 PM akdt Thu Aug 27 2015

... Moderate to heavy rain continuing for the Panhandle into Friday
night...

A strong front is moving through the Panhandle and will stall over
Southeast Alaska by Friday. Heavy rain continues to fall over the
northern Panhandle with an additional one half to 1.5 inches of rain
expected through Friday. The southern Panhandle will see upwards of
2 to 4 inches of rainfall through Friday night.

Area rivers and streams will continue to rise through Friday but
none are expected to exceed bankfull at this time.


540 PM akdt Thu Aug 27 2015

... Moderate to heavy rain continuing for the Panhandle into Friday
night...

A strong front is moving through the Panhandle and will stall over
Southeast Alaska by Friday. Heavy rain continues to fall over the
northern Panhandle with an additional one half to 1.5 inches of rain
expected through Friday. The southern Panhandle will see upwards of
2 to 4 inches of rainfall through Friday night.

Area rivers and streams will continue to rise through Friday but
none are expected to exceed bankfull at this time.



200 PM akdt Thu Aug 27 2015

... Moderate to heavy rain continuing for the Panhandle into Friday
night...

A rather moist front is moving through the Panhandle today and will
then stall over the southern Panhandle Thursday night into Friday
night. The heavier rain has started across the northern Panhandle
with around half an inch to 1.5 inches of rain expected through late
tonight as the front moves through. The southern Panhandle will
start seeing the heavier rain this evening and will see upwards of 2
to 4 inches of rain total through Friday night as the front stalls
over the area.

Area rivers and streams will again be on the rise through Friday
afternoon but none of the gaged rivers are expected to flood. Other
smaller creeks and streams may also rise to near bankfull Thursday
and Friday especially across the southern Panhandle.


200 PM akdt Thu Aug 27 2015

... Moderate to heavy rain continuing for the Panhandle into Friday
night...

A rather moist front is moving through the Panhandle today and will
then stall over the southern Panhandle Thursday night into Friday
night. The heavier rain has started across the northern Panhandle
with around half an inch to 1.5 inches of rain expected through late
tonight as the front moves through. The southern Panhandle will
start seeing the heavier rain this evening and will see upwards of 2
to 4 inches of rain total through Friday night as the front stalls
over the area.

Area rivers and streams will again be on the rise through Friday
afternoon but none of the gaged rivers are expected to flood. Other
smaller creeks and streams may also rise to near bankfull Thursday
and Friday especially across the southern Panhandle.


200 PM akdt Thu Aug 27 2015

... Moderate to heavy rain continuing for the Panhandle into Friday
night...

A rather moist front is moving through the Panhandle today and will
then stall over the southern Panhandle Thursday night into Friday
night. The heavier rain has started across the northern Panhandle
with around half an inch to 1.5 inches of rain expected through late
tonight as the front moves through. The southern Panhandle will
start seeing the heavier rain this evening and will see upwards of 2
to 4 inches of rain total through Friday night as the front stalls
over the area.

Area rivers and streams will again be on the rise through Friday
afternoon but none of the gaged rivers are expected to flood. Other
smaller creeks and streams may also rise to near bankfull Thursday
and Friday especially across the southern Panhandle.



312 PM akdt Wed Aug 26 2015

... More moderate to heavy rain expected for the Panhandle Thursday
into Friday night...

A rather moist front will move into the Panhandle on Thursday and
then stall over the southern Panhandle Friday night into Saturday.
Around half an inch to 1.5 inches of rain is expected across the
northern and central Panhandle by Friday as the front moves through.
The southern Panhandle will see upwards of 2 to 3 inches of rain
through Saturday afternoon as the front stalls over the area.

Area rivers and streams will again be on the rise through Friday
afternoon. None of the gaged rivers are currently expected to flood
but the taiya river near Skagway and Montana creek near Juneau are
expected to reach bankfull and approach minor flood stage Thursday
evening. Other smaller creeks and streams may also rise to near
bankfull Thursday and Friday.


312 PM akdt Wed Aug 26 2015

... More moderate to heavy rain expected for the Panhandle Thursday
into Friday night...

A rather moist front will move into the Panhandle on Thursday and
then stall over the southern Panhandle Friday night into Saturday.
Around half an inch to 1.5 inches of rain is expected across the
northern and central Panhandle by Friday as the front moves through.
The southern Panhandle will see upwards of 2 to 3 inches of rain
through Saturday afternoon as the front stalls over the area.

Area rivers and streams will again be on the rise through Friday
afternoon. None of the gaged rivers are currently expected to flood
but the taiya river near Skagway and Montana creek near Juneau are
expected to reach bankfull and approach minor flood stage Thursday
evening. Other smaller creeks and streams may also rise to near
bankfull Thursday and Friday.


312 PM akdt Wed Aug 26 2015

... More moderate to heavy rain expected for the Panhandle Thursday
into Friday night...

A rather moist front will move into the Panhandle on Thursday and
then stall over the southern Panhandle Friday night into Saturday.
Around half an inch to 1.5 inches of rain is expected across the
northern and central Panhandle by Friday as the front moves through.
The southern Panhandle will see upwards of 2 to 3 inches of rain
through Saturday afternoon as the front stalls over the area.

Area rivers and streams will again be on the rise through Friday
afternoon. None of the gaged rivers are currently expected to flood
but the taiya river near Skagway and Montana creek near Juneau are
expected to reach bankfull and approach minor flood stage Thursday
evening. Other smaller creeks and streams may also rise to near
bankfull Thursday and Friday.



312 PM akdt Wed Aug 26 2015

... More moderate to heavy rain expected for the Panhandle Friday
into Saturday...

A rather moist front will move into the Panhandle on Friday and then
stall over the southern Panhandle Friday night into Saturday. Around
half an inch to 1.5 inches of rain is expected across the northern
and central Panhandle Friday as the front moves through. The
southern Panhandle will see upwards of 2 to 3 inches of rain through
Saturday afternoon as the front stalls over the area.

Area rivers and streams will again be on the rise through Saturday
afternoon. None of the gaged rivers are currently expected to flood
but the taiya river near Skagway and Montana creek near Juneau are
expected to reach bankfull and approach minor flood stage Friday
evening. Other smaller creeks and streams may also rise to near
bankfull Friday and Saturday.


312 PM akdt Wed Aug 26 2015

... More moderate to heavy rain expected for the Panhandle Friday
into Saturday...

A rather moist front will move into the Panhandle on Friday and then
stall over the southern Panhandle Friday night into Saturday. Around
half an inch to 1.5 inches of rain is expected across the northern
and central Panhandle Friday as the front moves through. The
southern Panhandle will see upwards of 2 to 3 inches of rain through
Saturday afternoon as the front stalls over the area.

Area rivers and streams will again be on the rise through Saturday
afternoon. None of the gaged rivers are currently expected to flood
but the taiya river near Skagway and Montana creek near Juneau are
expected to reach bankfull and approach minor flood stage Friday
evening. Other smaller creeks and streams may also rise to near
bankfull Friday and Saturday.


312 PM akdt Wed Aug 26 2015

... More moderate to heavy rain expected for the Panhandle Friday
into Saturday...

A rather moist front will move into the Panhandle on Friday and then
stall over the southern Panhandle Friday night into Saturday. Around
half an inch to 1.5 inches of rain is expected across the northern
and central Panhandle Friday as the front moves through. The
southern Panhandle will see upwards of 2 to 3 inches of rain through
Saturday afternoon as the front stalls over the area.

Area rivers and streams will again be on the rise through Saturday
afternoon. None of the gaged rivers are currently expected to flood
but the taiya river near Skagway and Montana creek near Juneau are
expected to reach bankfull and approach minor flood stage Friday
evening. Other smaller creeks and streams may also rise to near
bankfull Friday and Saturday.



600 am akdt Thu Aug 20 2015

... Another round of rain and wind late Friday and Saturday...

A potent low pressure system and associated weather front will move
into the Panhandle late Friday and into Saturday. This will bring
another period of moderate to heavy rainfall and gusty winds to
Southeast Alaska. Total rainfall amounts will range from 1 to 3
inches. Southerly winds will increase Friday night and Saturday
with gusts of 30 to 45 mph over much of the area. Winds are
expected to begin to subside later Saturday and Sunday.

Moderate to heavy rainfall combined with strong winds will result
in an increased risk of mudslides. Area rivers... creeks and streams
will also rise as a result. Antecedent conditions combined with
significant rainfall could result in minor flooding.


600 am akdt Thu Aug 20 2015

... Another round of rain and wind late Friday and Saturday...

A potent low pressure system and associated weather front will move
into the Panhandle late Friday and into Saturday. This will bring
another period of moderate to heavy rainfall and gusty winds to
Southeast Alaska. Total rainfall amounts will range from 1 to 3
inches. Southerly winds will increase Friday night and Saturday
with gusts of 30 to 45 mph over much of the area. Winds are
expected to begin to subside later Saturday and Sunday.

Moderate to heavy rainfall combined with strong winds will result
in an increased risk of mudslides. Area rivers... creeks and streams
will also rise as a result. Antecedent conditions combined with
significant rainfall could result in minor flooding.