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Areal Flood Advisory
Issued: 9:51 AM AKDT Jun. 24, 2017 – National Weather Service

The National Weather Service in Fairbanks has issued a

* small stream flood advisory for...
small creeks and streams draining the Alaska Range between
Tanacross and DOT Lake...

* until 945 PM akdt Saturday

* at 9 am a trained weather spotter reported over 2 inches of rain
had fallen in the past 24 hours causing small creeks and streams
draining the Alaska Range to go overbank.

* Flooding will remain over mainly rural areas but may cause some
ponding of water on the Alaska Highway between Tanacross and DOT
Lake.

* Residents living along streams and creeks in the area should take
precautions to protect property..

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Special Statement
Issued: 1:04 PM AKDT Jun. 24, 2017 – National Weather Service

Numerous rain showers and scattered thunderstorms are occuring
this afternoon in the upper Tanana Valley and the fortymile
County. Showers will continue this evening before tapering off
overnight. Some areas may see an additional quarter to half inch
of rain between now and early tomorrow morning. In addition, some
of the thunderstorm may produce small hail.

Many small streams or creeks in the area will see rapid rises with
some approaching bankfull. Some isolated minor flooding of small
creeks and streams is possible. Area rivers will also see rises
over the next day as well, but at this time flooding is not
expected.

People with outdoor plans in the area should be aware that water
on area creeks and rivers will be higher than normal and that
some gravel bars may be under water.



104 PM akdt Sat Jun 24 2017

Numerous rain showers and scattered thunderstorms are occuring
this afternoon in the upper Tanana Valley and the fortymile
County. Showers will continue this evening before tapering off
overnight. Some areas may see an additional quarter to half inch
of rain between now and early tomorrow morning. In addition, some
of the thunderstorm may produce small hail.

Many small streams or creeks in the area will see rapid rises with
some approaching bankfull. Some isolated minor flooding of small
creeks and streams is possible. Area rivers will also see rises
over the next day as well, but at this time flooding is not
expected.

People with outdoor plans in the area should be aware that water
on area creeks and rivers will be higher than normal and that
some gravel bars may be under water.



104 PM akdt Sat Jun 24 2017

Numerous rain showers and scattered thunderstorms are occuring
this afternoon in the upper Tanana Valley and the fortymile
County. Showers will continue this evening before tapering off
overnight. Some areas may see an additional quarter to half inch
of rain between now and early tomorrow morning. In addition, some
of the thunderstorm may produce small hail.

Many small streams or creeks in the area will see rapid rises with
some approaching bankfull. Some isolated minor flooding of small
creeks and streams is possible. Area rivers will also see rises
over the next day as well, but at this time flooding is not
expected.

People with outdoor plans in the area should be aware that water
on area creeks and rivers will be higher than normal and that
some gravel bars may be under water.




612 am akdt Sat Jun 24 2017

Scattered thunderstorms are expected again this afternoon and
evening in the upper Tanana Valley and the fortymile country. Most
places will get some rain, and brief locally heavy rain will
occur with some of the thunderstorms, as will small hail and gusty
winds.

Djh June 2017



612 am akdt Sat Jun 24 2017

Scattered thunderstorms are expected again this afternoon and
evening in the upper Tanana Valley and the fortymile country. Most
places will get some rain, and brief locally heavy rain will
occur with some of the thunderstorms, as will small hail and gusty
winds.

Djh June 2017



Areal Flood Advisory
Issued: 9:51 AM AKDT Jun. 24, 2017 – National Weather Service

The National Weather Service in Fairbanks has issued a

* small stream flood advisory for...
small creeks and streams draining the Alaska Range between
Tanacross and DOT Lake...

* until 945 PM akdt Saturday

* at 9 am a trained weather spotter reported over 2 inches of rain
had fallen in the past 24 hours causing small creeks and streams
draining the Alaska Range to go overbank.

* Flooding will remain over mainly rural areas but may cause some
ponding of water on the Alaska Highway between Tanacross and DOT
Lake.

* Residents living along streams and creeks in the area should take
precautions to protect property..

Lat... Lon 6348 14376 6338 14375 6340 14357 6336 14338
      6333 14328 6314 14342 6299 14360 6305 14427
      6312 14427 6332 14488 6366 14408 6362 14394


Rm


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