Nome, AK

9:22 AM AKDT on July 23, 2017 (GMT -0800)
MNMTA2 | | Change Station
Active Advisory: High Surf Advisory, Special Statement Active Notice: High Surf Advisory

Elev 0 ft 64.50 °N, 165.43 °W | Updated 67 days ago

Heavy Rain
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Feels Like 31 °F
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Wind Variable Wind from WNW
Gusts 11.0 mph

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Precip. -- in
Pressure 29.72 in
Visibility 1.5 miles
Clouds Mostly Cloudy 400 ft
Mostly Cloudy 800 ft
Overcast 1300 ft
Windchill 31 °F
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5:36 AM 0:37 AM
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METAR PAOM 231653Z 21023KT 1 1/2SM +RA BR BKN004 BKN008 OVC013 11/11 A2971 RMK AO2 PK WND 21027/1616 SLP062 VIS 1V2 P0033 T01110111
Pressure 29.72 in
Visibility 1.5 miles
Clouds Mostly Cloudy 400 ft
Mostly Cloudy 800 ft
Overcast 1300 ft
Windchill 31 °F
Dew Point Not available.
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Rainfall in
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5:36 AM 0:37 AM
New Moon, 0% visible
METAR PAOM 231653Z 21023KT 1 1/2SM +RA BR BKN004 BKN008 OVC013 11/11 A2971 RMK AO2 PK WND 21027/1616 SLP062 VIS 1V2 P0033 T01110111

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High Surf Advisory
Issued: 4:52 AM AKDT Jul. 23, 2017 – National Weather Service

... High surf advisory in effect from noon today to noon akdt
Monday...

The National Weather Service in Fairbanks has issued a high surf
advisory, which is in effect from noon today to noon akdt Monday.

* Location... east of Solomon and including Golovin.

* Waves and surf... offshore waves around 6 feet combined with
southwest winds of 30 mph and a storm surge of 4 to 5 feet above
normal tides will result in high surf and minor beach erosion.

* Timing... wind and waves will increase today and continue through
tonight before diminishing around noon Monday.

* Impacts... offshore waves around 6 feet and a storm surge of 4
to 5 feet above normal tides combined with 30 mph onshore winds
will result in waves running up the beach over the high water
line. Expect minor beach erosion. Persons should approach the
beach with caution if at all. Precautions should be taken to
protect property.

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

A high surf advisory means that localized beach erosion is
expected. Precautions should be taken to protect property.





Special Statement
Issued: 7:48 AM AKDT Jul. 23, 2017 – National Weather Service

... High surf possible this afternoon through Monday...

An early season storm will bring persistent west to southwest
winds along the west and southwest facing coasts along the Seward
Peninsula, eastern Norton Sound and the lower yk Delta coast.
High surf is expected to develop Sunday afternoon and continue
through Monday along west, southwest and south facing coasts as
strong and persistent southwest winds develop ahead of an early
season storm moving northeast out of the northern Bering Sea into
the Chukchi Sea.

From Nome eastward to near Cape Darby, storm surge values of 3 to
5 feet above normal tide levels with wave run up to near the high
water line are expected to develop this afternoon and will
continue into Monday.

A high surf advisory has been issued for the coast between
Solomon and Unalakleet from noon today to noon Monday. From near
Unalakleet to cape Stebbins and to the lower yk Delta coast,
storm surge values of 3 to 4 feet above normal tide levels with
wave run up to near the high water line are expected to develop
Sunday afternoon continue into Monday.

Localized beach erosion will be possible with this storm. Those
with interests along the shore should move boats and other
valuables above the high water line.



748 am akdt sun Jul 23 2017

... High surf possible this afternoon through Monday...

An early season storm will bring persistent west to southwest
winds along the west and southwest facing coasts along the Seward
Peninsula, eastern Norton Sound and the lower yk Delta coast.
High surf is expected to develop Sunday afternoon and continue
through Monday along west, southwest and south facing coasts as
strong and persistent southwest winds develop ahead of an early
season storm moving northeast out of the northern Bering Sea into
the Chukchi Sea.

From Nome eastward to near Cape Darby, storm surge values of 3 to
5 feet above normal tide levels with wave run up to near the high
water line are expected to develop this afternoon and will
continue into Monday.

A high surf advisory has been issued for the coast between
Solomon and Unalakleet from noon today to noon Monday. From near
Unalakleet to cape Stebbins and to the lower yk Delta coast,
storm surge values of 3 to 4 feet above normal tide levels with
wave run up to near the high water line are expected to develop
Sunday afternoon continue into Monday.

Localized beach erosion will be possible with this storm. Those
with interests along the shore should move boats and other
valuables above the high water line.



748 am akdt sun Jul 23 2017

... High surf possible this afternoon through Monday...

An early season storm will bring persistent west to southwest
winds along the west and southwest facing coasts along the Seward
Peninsula, eastern Norton Sound and the lower yk Delta coast.
High surf is expected to develop Sunday afternoon and continue
through Monday along west, southwest and south facing coasts as
strong and persistent southwest winds develop ahead of an early
season storm moving northeast out of the northern Bering Sea into
the Chukchi Sea.

From Nome eastward to near Cape Darby, storm surge values of 3 to
5 feet above normal tide levels with wave run up to near the high
water line are expected to develop this afternoon and will
continue into Monday.

A high surf advisory has been issued for the coast between
Solomon and Unalakleet from noon today to noon Monday. From near
Unalakleet to cape Stebbins and to the lower yk Delta coast,
storm surge values of 3 to 4 feet above normal tide levels with
wave run up to near the high water line are expected to develop
Sunday afternoon continue into Monday.

Localized beach erosion will be possible with this storm. Those
with interests along the shore should move boats and other
valuables above the high water line.



157 PM akdt Sat Jul 22 2017

... High surf Sunday afternoon through Monday...

An early season storm will bring persistent west to southwest
winds along the west and southwest facing coasts along the Seward
Peninsula, eastern Norton Sound and the lower yk Delta coast.
High surf is expected to develop Sunday afternoon and continue
through Monday along west, southwest and south facing coasts as
strong and persistent southwest winds develop ahead of an early
season storm moving northeast out of the northern Bering Sea into
the Chukchi Sea. Small differences in the track of this storm will
have a large influence on storm surge values at a particular
location.

From Nome eastward to near Cape Darby, storm surge values of 3 to
4 feet above normal tide levels with wave run up to near the high
water line are expected to develop Sunday afternoon and will continue
into Monday.

A high surf advisory has been issued for the coast between Cape
Darby and Unalakleet from noon Sunday to noon Monday. Offshore
waves of around 6 feet and storm surge values of 4 to 5 feet above
normal tide levels combined with southwest winds of 30 mph will
produce wave run up that will reach the high water line by Sunday
afternoon. The high surf conditions are expected to persist
through noon Monday.

From near Unalakleet to cape Stebbins and to the lower yk Delta
coast, storm surge values of 3 to 4 feet above normal tide levels
with wave run up to near the high water line are expected to
develop Sunday afternoon continue into Monday.

Localized beach erosion will be possible with this storm. Those
with interests along the shore should move boats and other
valuables above the high water line.


157 PM akdt Sat Jul 22 2017

... High surf Sunday afternoon through Monday...

An early season storm will bring persistent west to southwest
winds along the west and southwest facing coasts along the Seward
Peninsula, eastern Norton Sound and the lower yk Delta coast.
High surf is expected to develop Sunday afternoon and continue
through Monday along west, southwest and south facing coasts as
strong and persistent southwest winds develop ahead of an early
season storm moving northeast out of the northern Bering Sea into
the Chukchi Sea. Small differences in the track of this storm will
have a large influence on storm surge values at a particular
location.

From Nome eastward to near Cape Darby, storm surge values of 3 to
4 feet above normal tide levels with wave run up to near the high
water line are expected to develop Sunday afternoon and will continue
into Monday.

A high surf advisory has been issued for the coast between Cape
Darby and Unalakleet from noon Sunday to noon Monday. Offshore
waves of around 6 feet and storm surge values of 4 to 5 feet above
normal tide levels combined with southwest winds of 30 mph will
produce wave run up that will reach the high water line by Sunday
afternoon. The high surf conditions are expected to persist
through noon Monday.

From near Unalakleet to cape Stebbins and to the lower yk Delta
coast, storm surge values of 3 to 4 feet above normal tide levels
with wave run up to near the high water line are expected to
develop Sunday afternoon continue into Monday.

Localized beach erosion will be possible with this storm. Those
with interests along the shore should move boats and other
valuables above the high water line.


157 PM akdt Sat Jul 22 2017

... High surf Sunday afternoon through Monday...

An early season storm will bring persistent west to southwest
winds along the west and southwest facing coasts along the Seward
Peninsula, eastern Norton Sound and the lower yk Delta coast.
High surf is expected to develop Sunday afternoon and continue
through Monday along west, southwest and south facing coasts as
strong and persistent southwest winds develop ahead of an early
season storm moving northeast out of the northern Bering Sea into
the Chukchi Sea. Small differences in the track of this storm will
have a large influence on storm surge values at a particular
location.

From Nome eastward to near Cape Darby, storm surge values of 3 to
4 feet above normal tide levels with wave run up to near the high
water line are expected to develop Sunday afternoon and will continue
into Monday.

A high surf advisory has been issued for the coast between Cape
Darby and Unalakleet from noon Sunday to noon Monday. Offshore
waves of around 6 feet and storm surge values of 4 to 5 feet above
normal tide levels combined with southwest winds of 30 mph will
produce wave run up that will reach the high water line by Sunday
afternoon. The high surf conditions are expected to persist
through noon Monday.

From near Unalakleet to cape Stebbins and to the lower yk Delta
coast, storm surge values of 3 to 4 feet above normal tide levels
with wave run up to near the high water line are expected to
develop Sunday afternoon continue into Monday.

Localized beach erosion will be possible with this storm. Those
with interests along the shore should move boats and other
valuables above the high water line.