Tanacross, AK (99776)

4:12 PM AKDT on May 23, 2018 (GMT -0800)
MC4591 | | Change Station
Active Advisory: Special Statement

Elev 1656 ft 63.32 °N, 143.01 °W | Updated 7 minutes ago

Overcast
Overcast
45.0 °F
Feels Like 45 °F
N
0.0
Wind Variable Wind from NE
Gusts 3.0 mph

Today
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--% Chance of Precip.
Yesterday
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Precip. -- in
Pressure 29.71 in
Visibility 10 miles
Clouds
Windchill 45 °F
Dew Point 40 °F
Humidity 84%
Rainfall 0.40 in
Snow Depth Not available.
4:03 AM 10:59 PM
Waxing Gibbous, 70% visible
Not available.
Pressure 29.71 in
Visibility 10 miles
Clouds
Windchill 45 °F
Dew Point 40 °F
Humidity 84%
Rainfall 0.40 in
Snow Depth Not available.
4:03 AM 10:59 PM
Waxing Gibbous, 70% visible
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Special Statement
Issued: 1:37 PM AKDT May. 23, 2018 – National Weather Service

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

A weather front will stall over the southeast interior tonight
and persist into Thursday afternoon before dissipating. This front
will bring 0.75 to 1.50 inches of rain to Salcha, goodpaster,
fortymile, Johnson, and Robertson river basins. It will also
bring lesser amounts of rain to the chena, Chatanika, and Birch
Creek drainages.

Water levels on rivers draining these Upland areas are currently
running near bankfull in some locations and combined with snowmelt
at higher elevations they may be pushed to bankfull before the
weekend is over.

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.


137 PM akdt Wed may 23 2018

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

A weather front will stall over the southeast interior tonight
and persist into Thursday afternoon before dissipating. This front
will bring 0.75 to 1.50 inches of rain to Salcha, goodpaster,
fortymile, Johnson, and Robertson river basins. It will also
bring lesser amounts of rain to the chena, Chatanika, and Birch
Creek drainages.

Water levels on rivers draining these Upland areas are currently
running near bankfull in some locations and combined with snowmelt
at higher elevations they may be pushed to bankfull before the
weekend is over.

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.


1112 am akdt Tue may 22 2018

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

A series of weather fronts moving across the eastern interior will
bring 1 to 2 inches of rainfall to the uplands east of Fairbanks
and the eastern Alaska Range. Locally higher amounts are possible
in the Alaska Range between the Tok cutoff and Richardson highways.
The rainfall combined with melting of the remaining higher
elevation snowpack will result in significant runoff into many
rivers.

Water levels on rivers draining the uplands north and east of
Fairbanks and the eastern Alaska Range will have significant
rises later this week. This includes the chena, Salcha,
goodpaster, and fortymile rivers as well as rivers draining the
eastern Alaska Range. Water levels are already high in the chena
river basin but could approach bankfull levels in other locations
by this weekend.

Expect increased debris such as logs and sticks moving downriver
and local bank erosion. Most gravel bars will be covered with
water and some river access points may be impassable due to high
water. People on or near interior rivers should be prepared for
high water and move items away from the river.

Water levels are expected to gradually fall next week.

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


1112 am akdt Tue may 22 2018

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

A series of weather fronts moving across the eastern interior will
bring 1 to 2 inches of rainfall to the uplands east of Fairbanks
and the eastern Alaska Range. Locally higher amounts are possible
in the Alaska Range between the Tok cutoff and Richardson highways.
The rainfall combined with melting of the remaining higher
elevation snowpack will result in significant runoff into many
rivers.

Water levels on rivers draining the uplands north and east of
Fairbanks and the eastern Alaska Range will have significant
rises later this week. This includes the chena, Salcha,
goodpaster, and fortymile rivers as well as rivers draining the
eastern Alaska Range. Water levels are already high in the chena
river basin but could approach bankfull levels in other locations
by this weekend.

Expect increased debris such as logs and sticks moving downriver
and local bank erosion. Most gravel bars will be covered with
water and some river access points may be impassable due to high
water. People on or near interior rivers should be prepared for
high water and move items away from the river.

Water levels are expected to gradually fall next week.

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



1112 am akdt Tue may 22 2018

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

A series of weather fronts moving across the eastern interior will
bring 1 to 2 inches of rainfall to the uplands east of Fairbanks
and the eastern Alaska Range. Locally higher amounts are possible
in the Alaska Range between the Tok cutoff and Richardson highways.
The rainfall combined with melting of the remaining higher
elevation snowpack will result in significant runoff into many
rivers.

Water levels on rivers draining the uplands north and east of
Fairbanks and the eastern Alaska Range will have significant
rises later this week. This includes the chena, Salcha,
goodpaster, and fortymile rivers as well as rivers draining the
eastern Alaska Range. Water levels are already high in the chena
river basin but could approach bankfull levels in other locations
by this weekend.

Expect increased debris such as logs and sticks moving downriver
and local bank erosion. Most gravel bars will be covered with
water and some river access points may be impassable due to high
water. People on or near interior rivers should be prepared for
high water and move items away from the river.

Water levels are expected to gradually fall next week.

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