Alaska Weather Summary


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ALASKA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NOME AK
4 PM AKDT THU JUL 30 2015

A WEAK LOW PRESSURE CENTER IS LOCATED OVER THE INTERIOR NEAR 67N
150W. AN ASSOCIATED WEAK TROUGH EXTENDS SOUTH TO KODIAK ISLAND AK. A
SECOND LOW PRESSURE CENTER IS LOCATED IN THE NORTHERN PACIFIC OCEAN
NEAR 55N 140W. AN ASSOCIATED OCCLUDED FRONT WRAPS AROUND THIS LOW AND
EXTENDS EAST TO NEAR WRANGELL AK. FROM THE TRIPLE POINT...AN
ASSOCIATED WARM FRONT EXTENDS EAST INTO BRITISH COLUMBIA CA. IN
ADDITION TO THE WARM FRONT...AN ASSOCIATED COLD FRONT EXTENDS
SOUTHWEST OVER CAPE CHACON AK THEN OVEN OVER THE PACIFIC OCEAN WHERE
IT BECOMES A STATIONARY FRONT NEAR 47N 149W. THE STATIONARY FRONT
EXTENDS WEST BECOMING A WARM FRONT NEAR 45N165W. A THIRD LOW PRESSURE
CENTER IS LOCATED OVER THE NORTHERN PACIFIC OCEAN NEAR 49N 175E. AN
ASSOCIATED OCCLUDED FRONT WRAPS AROUND THIS LOW TO A TRIPLE POINT
NEAR 46N 174W. FROM THIS TRIPLE POINT...THE ASSOCIATED WARM FRONT
EXTENDS SOUTHEAST TO A STATIONARY FRONT OVER THE PACIFIC OCEAN. IN
ADDITION TO THE WARM FRONT...AN ASSOCIATED COLD FRONT EXTENDS
SOUTHWEST OVER THE PACIFIC OCEAN. A FOURTH LOW PRESSURE CENTER IS
LOCATED OVER SIBERIA RU NEAR 69N 168E. AN ASSOCIATED STATIONARY FRONT
EXTENDS SOUTH THEN SOUTHEAST OVER THE BERING SEA PASSING OVER ADAK AK
THEN EXTENDS EAST THEN NORTHEAST CONNECTING TO A LOW IN THE PACIFIC
OCEAN. A HIGH PRESSURE CENTER IS LOCATED OVER THE NORTHERN PACIFIC
OCEAN NEAR 44N 136W. AN ASSOCIATED RIDGE EXTENDS NORTH NORTHEAST TO
JUST WEST OF FORT NELSON BRITISH COLUMBIA CA THEN NORTHWEST ENDING
NEAR CARMACKS YUKON TERRITORY CA. A SECOND HIGH PRESSURE CENTER IS
LOCATED OVER THE HIGH ARCTIC NEAR 75N 120W. AN ASSOCIATED RIDGE
EXTENDS SOUTHWEST TO JUST EAST OF BARROW AK TO THE KAMCHATKA
PENINSULA RU THEN SOUTH INTO THE CENTRAL BERING SEA.

THE NORTHWEST COAST HAD MOSTLY SUNNY SKIES TODAY WITH FOG ALONG THE
COASTLINE IN THE MORNING. THE WEST COAST HAD PARTLY SUNNY SKIES WITH
AREAS OF FOG ALONG THE COAST IN THE MORNING. THE INTERIOR HAD PARTLY
TO MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES WITH ISOLATED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS IN THE
AFTERNOON AND SMOKE REDUCING VISIBILITY. THE ARCTIC COAST HAD PARTLY
TO MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES WITH FOG ALONG THE COASTLINE IN THE MORNING.
THE BERING SEA HAD MOSTLY SUNNY SKIES WITH AREAS OF FOG IN THE
MORNING NORTH OF 60N AND PARTLY TO MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES WITH AREAS OF
LIGHT RAINFALL AND FOG TO THE SOUTH. SOUTHWESTERN ALASKA AND THE
SOUTHEASTERN MAINLAND HAD MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES WITH ISOLATED AFTERNOON
SHOWERS. THE ALEUTIAN ISLANDS HAD PARTLY TO MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES WITH
AREAS OF FOG IN THE MORNING WEST OF ATKA AK AND CLOUDY TO MOSTLY
CLOUDY SKIES WITH AREAS OF LIGHT RAINFALL AND FOG TO THE EAST. THE
SOUTHEASTERN MAINLAND HAD CLOUDY TO MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES WITH
SCATTERED SHOWERS AND ISOLATED AFTERNOON THUNDERSTORMS TO THE NORTH.
THE SOUTHEASTERN PANHANDLE HAD CLOUDY TO MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES WITH
PERIODS OF LIGHT TO MODERATE RAINFALL AND AREAS OF FOG.

THE ALEUTIAN ISLANDS HAD WIND GUSTS UP TO 25 MPH TODAY. THE ARCTIC
COAST...THE WEST COAST AND THE SOUTHEASTERN PANHANDLE HAD WINDS UNDER
15 MPH. THE BERING SEA...THE INTERIOR...THE WEST COAST...SOUTHWESTERN
ALASKA...SOUTHCENTRAL ALASKA AND THE SOUTHEASTERN MAINLAND ALL HAD
WINDS UNDER 10 MPH.

THE INTERIOR HAD TEMPERATURES IN THE LOWER 40S TO THE LOWER 70S. THE
WEST COAST HAD TEMPERATURES IN THE UPPER 30S TO THE LOWER 70S. THE
WARMEST RECORDED TEMPERATURE IN ALASKA AT 3PM IS 71F AT RUBY AND HOLY
CROSS. THE ARCTIC COAST HAD TEMPERATURES IN THE LOWER 30S TO THE MID
50S. THE COLDEST RECORDED TEMPERATURE IN ALASKA AT 3PM IS 42F IN
DEADHORSE. SOUTHCENTRAL ALASKA AND THE SOUTHEASTERN MAINLAND HAD
TEMPERATURES IN THE MID 40S TO THE UPPER 60S. SOUTHWESTERN ALASKA HAD
TEMPERATURES IN THE LOWER 40S TO THE MID 60S. THE NORTHWEST COAST HAD
TEMPERATURES IN THE LOWER 30S TO THE MID 60S. THE SOUTHEASTERN
PANHANDLE HAD TEMPERATURES IN THE LOWER 50S TO THE LOWER 60S. THE
ALEUTIAN ISLANDS HAD TEMPERATURES IN THE UPPER 40S TO THE LOWER 60S.
THE BERING SEA HAD TEMPERATURES IN THE LOWER 40S TO THE MID 50S.

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CKC JUL 15