Tanacross, AK (99776)

8:16 PM AKDT on May 25, 2018 (GMT -0800)
MC4591 | | Change Station
Active Advisory: Special Statement

Elev 1656 ft 63.32 °N, 143.01 °W | Updated 13 minutes ago

Overcast
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54.0 °F
Feels Like 54.0 °F
N
0.0
Wind Variable Wind from SW
Gusts 1.0 mph

Today
High -- | Low -- °F
--% Chance of Precip.
Yesterday
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Precip. -- in
Pressure 29.61 in
Visibility 10.0 miles
Clouds Overcast 7500 ft
Dew Point 28 °F
Humidity 36%
Rainfall in
Snow Depth Not available.
3:57 AM 11:05 PM
Waxing Gibbous, 88% visible
METAR PAOR 260353Z AUTO VRB03KT 10SM OVC075 13/M03 A2959 RMK AO2 SLP027 T01281028 TSNO
Pressure 29.61 in
Visibility 10.0 miles
Clouds Overcast 7500 ft
Dew Point 28 °F
Humidity 36%
Rainfall in
Snow Depth Not available.
3:57 AM 11:05 PM
Waxing Gibbous, 88% visible
METAR PAOR 260353Z AUTO VRB03KT 10SM OVC075 13/M03 A2959 RMK AO2 SLP027 T01281028 TSNO

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Special Statement
Issued: 2:06 PM AKDT May. 25, 2018 – National Weather Service

... High water on interior rivers through Memorial Day weekend...

Scattered to numerous showers and isolated thunderstorms will
continue Friday and Saturday for the central and eastern
interior. Additional amounts of rain of 0.25 inches with locally
higher amounts in areas with heavy downpours. River levels
remain high for the chena, Salcha, goodpaster, fortymile,
Johnson, and Robertson river basins. Rivers will continue
to run high for the next several days.

Increased debris such as logs and sticks moving downriver has
already been noted and local bank erosion is possible through the
weekend. Most gravel bars are already covered with water and some
river access points have water over them, or may become impassable
due to the high water. People on or near interior rivers should
be prepared for high water, use extreme caution if near the
rivers, and move items away from the river as they continue to
rise. Also the high water is limiting clearance for boats under
the bridges along the chena.

For the latest weather forecasts go to www.Weather.Gov/Fairbanks
and for the latest river information go to www.Weather.Gov/aprfc.


206 PM akdt Fri may 25 2018

... High water on interior rivers through Memorial Day weekend...

Scattered to numerous showers and isolated thunderstorms will
continue Friday and Saturday for the central and eastern
interior. Additional amounts of rain of 0.25 inches with locally
higher amounts in areas with heavy downpours. River levels
remain high for the chena, Salcha, goodpaster, fortymile,
Johnson, and Robertson river basins. Rivers will continue
to run high for the next several days.

Increased debris such as logs and sticks moving downriver has
already been noted and local bank erosion is possible through the
weekend. Most gravel bars are already covered with water and some
river access points have water over them, or may become impassable
due to the high water. People on or near interior rivers should
be prepared for high water, use extreme caution if near the
rivers, and move items away from the river as they continue to
rise. Also the high water is limiting clearance for boats under
the bridges along the chena.

For the latest weather forecasts go to www.Weather.Gov/Fairbanks
and for the latest river information go to www.Weather.Gov/aprfc.


1247 PM akdt Fri may 25 2018

... High water on interior rivers through Memorial Day weekend...

Scattered to numerous showers and isolated thunderstorms will
continue Friday and Saturday for the central and eastern
interior. Additional amounts of rain of 0.25 inches with locally
higher amounts in areas with heavy downpours. River levels
remain high for the chena, Salcha, goodpaster, fortymile,
Johnson, and Robertson river basins. Rivers will continue
to run high for the next several days.

Increased debris such as logs and sticks moving downriver has
already been noted and local bank erosion is possible through the
weekend. Most gravel bars are already covered with water and some
river access points have water over them, or may become impassable
due to the high water. People on or near interior rivers should
be prepared for high water, use extreme caution if near the
rivers, and move items away from the river as they continue to
rise.

For the latest weather forecasts go to www.Weather.Gov/Fairbanks
and for the latest river information go to www.Weather.Gov/aprfc.


1247 PM akdt Fri may 25 2018

... High water on interior rivers through Memorial Day weekend...

Scattered to numerous showers and isolated thunderstorms will
continue Friday and Saturday for the central and eastern
interior. Additional amounts of rain of 0.25 inches with locally
higher amounts in areas with heavy downpours. River levels
remain high for the chena, Salcha, goodpaster, fortymile,
Johnson, and Robertson river basins. Rivers will continue
to run high for the next several days.

Increased debris such as logs and sticks moving downriver has
already been noted and local bank erosion is possible through the
weekend. Most gravel bars are already covered with water and some
river access points have water over them, or may become impassable
due to the high water. People on or near interior rivers should
be prepared for high water, use extreme caution if near the
rivers, and move items away from the river as they continue to
rise.

For the latest weather forecasts go to www.Weather.Gov/Fairbanks
and for the latest river information go to www.Weather.Gov/aprfc.


1247 PM akdt Fri may 25 2018

... High water on interior rivers through Memorial Day weekend...

Scattered to numerous showers and isolated thunderstorms will
continue Friday and Saturday for the central and eastern
interior. Additional amounts of rain of 0.25 inches with locally
higher amounts in areas with heavy downpours. River levels
remain high for the chena, Salcha, goodpaster, fortymile,
Johnson, and Robertson river basins. Rivers will continue
to run high for the next several days.

Increased debris such as logs and sticks moving downriver has
already been noted and local bank erosion is possible through the
weekend. Most gravel bars are already covered with water and some
river access points have water over them, or may become impassable
due to the high water. People on or near interior rivers should
be prepared for high water, use extreme caution if near the
rivers, and move items away from the river as they continue to
rise.

For the latest weather forecasts go to www.Weather.Gov/Fairbanks
and for the latest river information go to www.Weather.Gov/aprfc.



1200 PM akdt Thu may 24 2018

... High water on interior rivers through Memorial Day weekend...

A weather front has stalled over the interior and will persist
into Thursday afternoon before dissipating. This front will bring
0.25 to 0.50 inches of rain to the chena, Salcha, goodpaster,
fortymile, Johnson, and Robertson river basins. It will also bring
lesser amounts of rain to the Chatanika, and Birch Creek
drainages. Numerous showers will continue Friday into Saturday for
the eastern interior. Additional amounts of rain for the eastern
interior of 0.25 to 0.50 inches with locally higher amounts in
areas with heavy downpours. Lesser amounts of rain expected over
the middle Tanana Valley Friday and Saturday.

Water levels on rivers draining these Upland areas are currently
running near bankfull and will remain high through the weekend.

Increased debris such as logs and sticks moving downriver has
already been noted and local bank erosion is possible through the
weekend. Most gravel bars are already covered with water and some
river access points have water over them, or may become impassable
due to the high water. People on or near interior rivers should
be prepared for high water, use extreme caution if near the
rivers, and move items away from the river as they continue to
rise.

Water levels are expected to gradually fall next week.

For the latest weather forecasts go to www.Weather.Gov/Fairbanks
and for the latest river information go to www.Weather.Gov/aprfc.



1200 PM akdt Thu may 24 2018

... High water on interior rivers through Memorial Day weekend...

A weather front has stalled over the interior and will persist
into Thursday afternoon before dissipating. This front will bring
0.25 to 0.50 inches of rain to the chena, Salcha, goodpaster,
fortymile, Johnson, and Robertson river basins. It will also bring
lesser amounts of rain to the Chatanika, and Birch Creek
drainages. Numerous showers will continue Friday into Saturday for
the eastern interior. Additional amounts of rain for the eastern
interior of 0.25 to 0.50 inches with locally higher amounts in
areas with heavy downpours. Lesser amounts of rain expected over
the middle Tanana Valley Friday and Saturday.

Water levels on rivers draining these Upland areas are currently
running near bankfull and will remain high through the weekend.

Increased debris such as logs and sticks moving downriver has
already been noted and local bank erosion is possible through the
weekend. Most gravel bars are already covered with water and some
river access points have water over them, or may become impassable
due to the high water. People on or near interior rivers should
be prepared for high water, use extreme caution if near the
rivers, and move items away from the river as they continue to
rise.

Water levels are expected to gradually fall next week.

For the latest weather forecasts go to www.Weather.Gov/Fairbanks
and for the latest river information go to www.Weather.Gov/aprfc.