Homer, AK

8:27 AM AKDT on September 05, 2015 (GMT -0800)
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Location: Homer, AK
Elevation: 1318 ft
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Active Advisory: Special Statement

Elev 1318 ft 59.74 °N, 151.25 °W | Updated 13 minutes ago

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47.0 °F
Feels Like 47 °F
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Wind Variable Wind from SSW
Gusts 0.0 mph

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7:09 AM 8:55 PM
Waning Gibbous, 47% visible
Pressure 29.93 in
Visibility 10.0 miles
Clouds Mostly Cloudy 900 ft
Overcast 2200 ft
Windchill 47 °F
Dew Point 47 °F
Humidity 99%
Rainfall 0.00 in
Snow Depth Not available.
UV 0 out of 12
Pollen Not available.
Air Quality Not available.
Flu Activity Not available.
METAR PAHO 051553Z 00000KT 10SM BKN009 OVC022 11/11 A2992 RMK AO2 CIG 004V012 SLP133 T01060106 $
Pressure 29.93 in
Visibility 10.0 miles
Clouds Mostly Cloudy 900 ft
Overcast 2200 ft
Windchill 47 °F
Dew Point 47 °F
Humidity 99%
Rainfall 0.00 in
Snow Depth Not available.
UV 0 out of 12
Pollen Not available.
Air Quality Not available.
Flu Activity Not available.
METAR PAHO 051553Z 00000KT 10SM BKN009 OVC022 11/11 A2992 RMK AO2 CIG 004V012 SLP133 T01060106 $

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Special Statement
Statement as of 6:51 AM AKDT on September 05, 2015

... Rising water levels on the lower Kenai River through this
weekend...

The release of the snow Glacier-dammed lake in the mountains of
the Kenai Peninsula has ended. Water levels on Kenai Lake and the
upper Kenai River have crested... and a diminishing pulse of water
will now be moving into Skilak Lake and eventually into the lower
Kenai River. All flood waters are now receding... including water
that had been affecting Primrose Road... and no additional flooding
is expected.

Residents and those with interests on the lower Kenai River below
Skilak Lake can expect gradually rising water through the weekend
before water begins dropping by early next week. No flooding is
expected and water levels are expected to remain within bank.

Residual Woody debris flowing through the Kenai River system will
be making its way downstream over the coming days.
Recreationalists should use extra caution when navigating on the
river this weekend.

The latest forecast can always be found at
http://aprfc.Arh.NOAA.Gov


651 am akdt Sat Sep 5 2015

... Rising water levels on the lower Kenai River through this
weekend...

The release of the snow Glacier-dammed lake in the mountains of
the Kenai Peninsula has ended. Water levels on Kenai Lake and the
upper Kenai River have crested... and a diminishing pulse of water
will now be moving into Skilak Lake and eventually into the lower
Kenai River. All flood waters are now receding... including water
that had been affecting Primrose Road... and no additional flooding
is expected.

Residents and those with interests on the lower Kenai River below
Skilak Lake can expect gradually rising water through the weekend
before water begins dropping by early next week. No flooding is
expected and water levels are expected to remain within bank.

Residual Woody debris flowing through the Kenai River system will
be making its way downstream over the coming days.
Recreationalists should use extra caution when navigating on the
river this weekend.

The latest forecast can always be found at
http://aprfc.Arh.NOAA.Gov



651 am akdt Sat Sep 5 2015

... Rising water levels on the lower Kenai River through this
weekend...

The release of the snow Glacier-dammed lake in the mountains of
the Kenai Peninsula has ended. Water levels on Kenai Lake and the
upper Kenai River have crested... and a diminishing pulse of water
will now be moving into Skilak Lake and eventually into the lower
Kenai River. All flood waters are now receding... including water
that had been affecting Primrose Road... and no additional flooding
is expected.

Residents and those with interests on the lower Kenai River below
Skilak Lake can expect gradually rising water through the weekend
before water begins dropping by early next week. No flooding is
expected and water levels are expected to remain within bank.

Residual Woody debris flowing through the Kenai River system will
be making its way downstream over the coming days.
Recreationalists should use extra caution when navigating on the
river this weekend.

The latest forecast can always be found at
http://aprfc.Arh.NOAA.Gov


135 PM akdt Fri Sep 4 2015

... Rising water levels on the lower Kenai River through this
weekend...

The release of the snow Glacier-dammed lake in the mountains of
the Kenai Peninsula has ended. Water levels on Kenai Lake and the
upper Kenai River have crested... and a diminishing pulse of water
will now be moving into Skilak Lake and eventually into the lower
Kenai River. All flood waters are now receding... including water
that had been affecting Primrose Road... and no additional flooding
is expected.

Residents and those with interests on the lower Kenai River below
Skilak Lake can expect gradually rising water through the weekend
before water begins dropping by early next week. No flooding is
expected and water levels are expected to remain within bank.

Residual Woody debris flowing through the Kenai River system will
be making its way downstream over the coming days.
Recreationalists should use extra caution when navigating on the
river this weekend.

The latest forecast can always be found at
http://aprfc.Arh.NOAA.Gov


135 PM akdt Fri Sep 4 2015

... Rising water levels on the lower Kenai River through this
weekend...

The release of the snow Glacier-dammed lake in the mountains of
the Kenai Peninsula has ended. Water levels on Kenai Lake and the
upper Kenai River have crested... and a diminishing pulse of water
will now be moving into Skilak Lake and eventually into the lower
Kenai River. All flood waters are now receding... including water
that had been affecting Primrose Road... and no additional flooding
is expected.

Residents and those with interests on the lower Kenai River below
Skilak Lake can expect gradually rising water through the weekend
before water begins dropping by early next week. No flooding is
expected and water levels are expected to remain within bank.

Residual Woody debris flowing through the Kenai River system will
be making its way downstream over the coming days.
Recreationalists should use extra caution when navigating on the
river this weekend.

The latest forecast can always be found at
http://aprfc.Arh.NOAA.Gov


135 PM akdt Fri Sep 4 2015

... Rising water levels on the lower Kenai River through this
weekend...

The release of the snow Glacier-dammed lake in the mountains of
the Kenai Peninsula has ended. Water levels on Kenai Lake and the
upper Kenai River have crested... and a diminishing pulse of water
will now be moving into Skilak Lake and eventually into the lower
Kenai River. All flood waters are now receding... including water
that had been affecting Primrose Road... and no additional flooding
is expected.

Residents and those with interests on the lower Kenai River below
Skilak Lake can expect gradually rising water through the weekend
before water begins dropping by early next week. No flooding is
expected and water levels are expected to remain within bank.

Residual Woody debris flowing through the Kenai River system will
be making its way downstream over the coming days.
Recreationalists should use extra caution when navigating on the
river this weekend.

The latest forecast can always be found at
http://aprfc.Arh.NOAA.Gov