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9:04 AM AKDT on July 02, 2015 (GMT -0800)
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Elev 3540 ft 58.29 °N, 134.26 °W | Updated 12 days ago

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METAR PAJN 021653Z 11021G36KT 7SM -RA FEW023 BKN050 OVC075 12/09 A2998 RMK AO2 PK WND 12036/1651 SLP152 P0000 T01220089

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Pressure 29.98 in
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Overcast 7500 ft
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METAR PAJN 021653Z 11021G36KT 7SM -RA FEW023 BKN050 OVC075 12/09 A2998 RMK AO2 PK WND 12036/1651 SLP152 P0000 T01220089

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Special Statement
Statement as of 5:11 AM AKDT on July 02, 2015

... Taku river continuing to rise due to Glacier dam release
through Thursday afternoon...

Water levels on the taku river are continuing to rise this morning
due to the glacial dam release of lake no lake on the tulsequah
Glacier. Water temperatures have started to level out which may
indicate the glacial dam released is near ending and the river is
close to cresting. At 4 am... the taku river was at 41.5 feet and
is expected to crest at 42.8 feet at about 10 am. Minor flood
stage for the taku river is 43.0 feet with bankfull level
conditions at 42.0 feet. There is still uncertainty regarding the
amount of water that will be released into the taku river so the
crest height and timing may differ from the forecast.

Increased flow on the river will continue to result in floating
debris of trees and ice chunks flowing down the taku river. Colder
than normal water temperatures have an increased threat of
hypothermia for anyone falling into the water. Persons are
encouraged to take extra precautions while recreating on the taku
river through the event.

Water levels will fall quickly after the crest Thursday morning
receding below 41.0 feet by Thursday afternoon.

The next statement for this event will be issued by 4 PM akdt
Thursday.


511 am akdt Thu Jul 2 2015

... Taku river continuing to rise due to Glacier dam release
through Thursday afternoon...

Water levels on the taku river are continuing to rise this morning
due to the glacial dam release of lake no lake on the tulsequah
Glacier. Water temperatures have started to level out which may
indicate the glacial dam released is near ending and the river is
close to cresting. At 4 am... the taku river was at 41.5 feet and
is expected to crest at 42.8 feet at about 10 am. Minor flood
stage for the taku river is 43.0 feet with bankfull level
conditions at 42.0 feet. There is still uncertainty regarding the
amount of water that will be released into the taku river so the
crest height and timing may differ from the forecast.

Increased flow on the river will continue to result in floating
debris of trees and ice chunks flowing down the taku river. Colder
than normal water temperatures have an increased threat of
hypothermia for anyone falling into the water. Persons are
encouraged to take extra precautions while recreating on the taku
river through the event.

Water levels will fall quickly after the crest Thursday morning
receding below 41.0 feet by Thursday afternoon.

The next statement for this event will be issued by 4 PM akdt
Thursday.













511 am akdt Thu Jul 2 2015

... Taku river continuing to rise due to Glacier dam release
through Thursday afternoon...

Water levels on the taku river are continuing to rise this morning
due to the glacial dam release of lake no lake on the tulsequah
Glacier. Water temperatures have started to level out which may
indicate the glacial dam released is near ending and the river is
close to cresting. At 4 am... the taku river was at 41.5 feet and
is expected to crest at 42.8 feet at about 10 am. Minor flood
stage for the taku river is 43.0 feet with bankfull level
conditions at 42.0 feet. There is still uncertainty regarding the
amount of water that will be released into the taku river so the
crest height and timing may differ from the forecast.

Increased flow on the river will continue to result in floating
debris of trees and ice chunks flowing down the taku river. Colder
than normal water temperatures have an increased threat of
hypothermia for anyone falling into the water. Persons are
encouraged to take extra precautions while recreating on the taku
river through the event.

Water levels will fall quickly after the crest Thursday morning
receding below 41.0 feet by Thursday afternoon.

The next statement for this event will be issued by 4 PM akdt
Thursday.



333 PM akdt Wed Jul 1 2015

... Taku river rising quickly due to Glacier dam release through
Thursday afternoon...

Lake no lake was observed by pilots as releasing water under the
talsequah Glacier on Wednesday. River levels have begun to rise
quickly and water temperatures are falling on the taku river as
the released water raises the river level. At 2 PM the taku river
was at 38.3 feet and is expected to crest at 42.8 feet 10 am
Thursday morning. Minor flood stage for the taku river is 43.0
feet with bankfull level conditions at 42.0 feet. There is
uncertainty regarding the amount of water that will be released
into the taku river so the crest height and timing may differ from
the forecast.

Increased flow on the river will result in increased floating
debris of trees and ice chucks flowing down the taku river. Colder
than normal water temperatures will have an increased threat of
hypothermia for anyone falling in to the water. Persons are
encouraged to take extra precautions while recreating on the taku
river through the event.

Water levels will fall quickly after the crest Thursday morning
receding below 42.0 feet by Thursday afternoon.

The next statement on this event will at 10 PM akdt Wed.



Bezenek

333 PM akdt Wed Jul 1 2015

... Taku river rising quickly due to Glacier dam release through
Thursday afternoon...

Lake no lake was observed by pilots as releasing water under the
talsequah Glacier on Wednesday. River levels have begun to rise
quickly and water temperatures are falling on the taku river as
the released water raises the river level. At 2 PM the taku river
was at 38.3 feet and is expected to crest at 42.8 feet 10 am
Thursday morning. Minor flood stage for the taku river is 43.0
feet with bankfull level conditions at 42.0 feet. There is
uncertainty regarding the amount of water that will be released
into the taku river so the crest height and timing may differ from
the forecast.

Increased flow on the river will result in increased floating
debris of trees and ice chucks flowing down the taku river. Colder
than normal water temperatures will have an increased threat of
hypothermia for anyone falling in to the water. Persons are
encouraged to take extra precautions while recreating on the taku
river through the event.

Water levels will fall quickly after the crest Thursday morning
receding below 42.0 feet by Thursday afternoon.

The next statement on this event will at 10 PM akdt Wed.



Bezenek








333 PM akdt Wed Jul 1 2015

... Taku river rising quickly due to Glacier dam release through
Thursday afternoon...

Lake no lake was observed by pilots as releasing water under the
talsequah Glacier on Wednesday. River levels have begun to rise
quickly and water temperatures are falling on the taku river as
the released water raises the river level. At 2 PM the taku river
was at 38.3 feet and is expected to crest at 42.8 feet 10 am
Thursday morning. Minor flood stage for the taku river is 43.0
feet with bankfull level conditions at 42.0 feet. There is
uncertainty regarding the amount of water that will be released
into the taku river so the crest height and timing may differ from
the forecast.

Increased flow on the river will result in increased floating
debris of trees and ice chucks flowing down the taku river. Colder
than normal water temperatures will have an increased threat of
hypothermia for anyone falling in to the water. Persons are
encouraged to take extra precautions while recreating on the taku
river through the event.

Water levels will fall quickly after the crest Thursday morning
receding below 42.0 feet by Thursday afternoon.

The next statement on this event will at 10 PM akdt Wed.



Bezenek