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AKZ017029-101-111-121-125-131-135-141-145-152-155-
161-171-181-185-187-191-195-201227-301200-

ALASKA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NOME AK
4 PM AKDT MON JUN 29 2015

A LOW PRESSURE CENTER IS LOCATED IN THE PACIFIC OCEAN NEAR 54N 155W.
AN ASSOCIATED OCCLUDED FRONT WRAPS AROUND THIS LOW TO A TRIPLE POINT
IN THE WESTERN GULF OF ALASKA NEAR 57N 155W. FROM THIS TRIPLE
POINT...A WARM FRONT EXTENDS NORTHEAST TO JUST NORTH OF HOMER AK THEN
EAST TO JUST SOUTH OF YAKUTAT AK. IN ADDITION TO THE WARM FRONT...A
COLD FRONT EXTENDS SOUTHEAST THEN SOUTH THEN SOUTHWEST OVER THE
PACIFIC OCEAN. A SECOND LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM IS LOCATED IN THE ARCTIC
OCEAN NEAR 73N 169W. AN ASSOCIATED OCCLUDED FRONT WRAPS AROUND THIS
LOW TO A TRIPLE POINT NEAR 74N 160W. FROM THIS TRIPLE POINT...A WARM
FRONT EXTENDS SOUTHEAST TO DEMARCATION POINT THEN EAST INTO YUKON
TERRITORY CA. IN ADDITION TO THE WARM FRONT...A COLD FRONT EXTENDS
SOUTH TO WAINWRIGHT AK THEN SOUTH SOUTHWEST TO SELAWIK AK TO ELIM AK
THEN INTO THE BERING SEA WHERE IT BECOMES A STATIONARY FRONT AND
CONTINUING ON TO A LOW OVER THE CENTRAL KAMCHATKA PENINSULA. A HIGH
PRESSURE CENTER IS LOCATED IN THE BERING SEA NEAR 57N 173W. AN
ASSOCIATED RIDGE EXTENDS SOUTHWEST TO KISKA ISLAND AK THEN INTO THE
PACIFIC OCEAN. A SECOND ASSOCIATED RIDGE EXTENDS NORTHEAST TO BETHEL
AK TO OPHIR AK TO OLD RAMPART AK AND CONTINUING INTO THE YUKON
TERRITORY CA. A SECOND HIGH PRESSURE SYSTEM IS LOCATED IN THE PACIFIC
OCEAN NEAR 32N 139W. AN ASSOCIATED RIDGE EXTENDS NORTH NORTHEAST TO
SITKA AK THEN NORTH NORTHWEST TO MCCARTHY AK.

THE INTERIOR HAD PARTLY CLOUDY SKIES TODAY WITH ISOLATED AFTERNOON
THUNDERSTORMS AND SMOKE REDUCING VISIBILITY. THE ARCTIC COAST HAD
PARTLY CLOUDY SKIES EAST OF 160W AND CLOUDY SKIES WITH PERIODS OF
LIGHT RAINFALL...DRIZZLE AND FOG TO THE WEST. SOUTHWESTERN ALASKA HAD
PARTLY TO MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES WITH ISOLATED AFTERNOON THUNDERSTORMS
AND SMOKE REDUCING VISIBILITY. THE SOUTHEASTERN MAINLAND HAD PARTLY
TO MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES WITH PERIODS OF LIGHT RAINFALL ALONG THE
COAST. THE SOUTHEASTERN PANHANDLE HAD CLOUDY SKIES WITH LIGHT
RAINFALL...DRIZZLE AND FOG IN THE MORNING WITH PARTIAL CLEARING BY
THE AFTERNOON. THE ALEUTIAN ISLANDS HAD PARTLY TO MOSTLY CLOUDY
SKIES. THE WEST COAST HAD MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES WITH SCATTERED SHOWERS
IN THE MORNING AND ISOLATED AFTERNOON THUNDERSTORMS AND SMOKE
REDUCING VISIBILITY. THE NORTHWEST COAST HAD CLOUD TO MOSTLY CLOUDY
SKIES WITH PERIODS OF LIGHT RAINFALL...DRIZZLE AND PATCHY FOG. THE
BERING SEA HAD CLOUDY TO MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES. SOUTHCENTRAL ALASKA HAD
CLOUDY TO MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES WITH PERIODS OF LIGHT RAINFALL ALONG
THE COAST AND ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS IN THE AFTERNOON FURTHER INLAND.

THE NORTHWEST COAST HAD WIND GUSTS UP TO 40 MPH ALONG THE BERING
STRAIT AND CHUKCHI SEA COASTLINES WITH WINDS UNDER 15 MPH ELSEWHERE.
THE ARCTIC COAST HAD WIND GUSTS UP TO 30 MPH ALONG THE CHUKCHI SEA
COAST AND WINDS UNDER 15 MPH ELSEWHERE. THE BERING SEA HAD WIND GUSTS
UP TO 30 MPH NORTH OF 60N AND WINDS UNDER 15 MPH TO THE SOUTH.
SOUTHWESTERN ALASKA HAD WIND GUSTS UP TO 25 MPH BY THE AFTERNOON.
SOUTHCENTRAL ALASKA...THE SOUTHEASTERN MAINLAND...THE WEST COAST AND
THE ALEUTIAN ISLANDS ALL HAD WINDS UNDER 15 MPH. THE INTERIOR AND THE
SOUTHEASTERN PANHANDLE BOTH HAD WINDS UNDER 10 MPH.

THE INTERIOR HAD TEMPERATURES IN THE UPPER 40S TO THE MID 70S. THE
WARMEST RECORDED TEMPERATURE IN ALASKA AT 3PM IS 75F AT FORT
WAINWRIGHT. THE ARCTIC COAST HAD TEMPERATURES IN THE LOWER 40S TO THE
MID 70S. THE NORTHWEST COAST HAD TEMPERATURES IN THE LOWER 40S TO THE
UPPER 60S. THE COLDEST RECORDED TEMPERATURE IN ALASKA AT 3PM IS 41F
AT POINT HOPE AND TIN CITY. SOUTHWEST ALASKA HAD TEMPERATURES IN THE
MID 40S TO THE MID 70S. THE WEST COAST HAD TEMPERATURES IN THE MID
40S TO THE LOWER 70S. THE SOUTHEASTERN PANHANDLE HAD TEMPERATURES IN
THE LOWER 50S TO THE UPPER 60S. THE SOUTHEASTERN MAINLAND HAD
TEMPERATURES IN THE MID 40S TO THE UPPER 60S. SOUTHCENTRAL ALASKA HAD
TEMPERATURES IN THE MID 40S TO THE  MID 60S. THE ALEUTIAN ISLANDS HAD
TEMPERATURES IN THE MID 40S TO THE LOWER 60S. THE BERING SEA HAD
TEMPERATURES IN THE LOWER TO MID 40S NORTH OF 60N AND THE UPPER 30S
TO THE MID 50S TO THE SOUTH.

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CKC JUN 15

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