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ALASKA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NOME AK
330 PM AKDT SAT APR 30 2016

SATURDAYS  WEATHER SHOWED A LARGE AREA OF LOW PRESSURE ENCOMPASSING
THE WHOLE STATE. A MAJOR LOW NOTED SOUTHWEST OF KODIAK ISLAND WITH
ASSOCIATED OCCLUSION IN CENTRAL GULF. A SECOND LOW NOTED NORTHEAST OF
KOTZEBUE. HIGH PRESSURE OVER THE WESTERN ALEUTIANS. 

SNOW REPORTED AT BARROW EARLY THIS MORNING WITH FOG AT POINT LAY AND
DEADHORSE. RAIN REPORTED IN THE EASTERN ALEUTIANS THE GULF COAST AND
THE SOUTHEAST. BIG TIME WINDS IN THE GULF TODAY WITH SPEEDS OF 41 MPH
AT KODIAK TO 61 MPH AT MIDDLETON ISLAND. PORTAGE HAD 30 MPH GUSTS AND
KING SALMON SHOWED 35 MPH. SOUTHEAST RANGED FROM 31 MPH AT KETCHIKAN
TO 49 MPH AT HYDABURG.  HOMER CHIPPED IN WITH 25 MPH AND SAND POINT
HIT 28 MPH. PALMER HAD BLOWING DUST AND 40 MPH GUSTS TOO. SEWARD
GUSTED TO 40 MPH AND KENAI HIT 39 MPH.

MORNING LOWS RANGED FROM 12 AT SHISHMAREF TO 46 AT ANNETTE ISLAND. 
NORTH SLOPE SHOWED MID TEENS TO MID 20S. REST OF THE STATE HAD MID
20S TO MID 40S. AFTERNOON TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM 26 AT NUIQSUT AND
POINT LAY TO 60 IN FAIRBANKS. NORTH SLOPE AND NORTHWEST ARCTIC HAD
MID 20S TO MID 30S. ALASKA RANGE SHOWED 30 AT EUREKA. REST OF THE
STATE HAD UPPER 30S TO 60.

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RCT APR 16

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