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ALASKA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NOME AK
236 PM AKST THU FEB 22 2018

Thursday’s weather showed a low near Cape Beaufort with a cold
front south and southwest through the western interior and into
Bristol bay. Another low noted over Anchorage with a warm front over
the eastern gulf coast and along the panhandle. The cold front
extended south oand southwest of the chain. Yet a third low over
western Aleutians with an occlusion to the north and a warm front
south of the chain. High pressure over the central Aleutians
northeast to the Siberian coast.

Snow and fog reported all regions save the southeast. Freezing
precipitation noted at Nome Point Hope and Cape Romanzof. Rain seen
at Shemya Homer Seldovia and Whittier. Gusty winds 26 to 36 mph along
the west coast this morning with gusts to 47 mph at Nome and
Savoonga. Eagle showed 25 mph bursts Shemya had 41 mph gusts and the
Yukon delta had 32 to 39 mpg winds. Portage reported 31 mph gusts as
well.

Morning lows ranged from +2 at Arctic village and Glenallen to 41 at
Kodiak. The west coast to Bristol bay and the North slope and
Interior had mid teens to low 30s with Arctic village the outlier at
+2. Southwest Alaska and the chain showed mid 20s to upper 30s. The
Alaska range had +2 while the rest of the region reported low 20s to
low 40s. Southeast saw 16 to 27 in the north and low to mid 30s in
the south. Afternoon temperatures varied from +9 at Point Hope to 44
at Kodiak. Definite cooling seen on the west coast static in the
interior warmer in the southwest and chain. Warmer in south central
and the southeast. 

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rct FEB 18



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