Selawik, AK

12:55 AM AKDT on August 29, 2016 (GMT -0800)
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Elev 26 ft 66.60 °N, 159.99 °W | Updated 19 minutes ago

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METAR PASK 290836Z AUTO 03006KT 10SM CLR 12/09 A3037 RMK AO1
Pressure 30.37 in
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Dew Point 48 °F
Humidity 82%
Rainfall 0.00 in
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METAR PASK 290836Z AUTO 03006KT 10SM CLR 12/09 A3037 RMK AO1

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Special Statement
Issued: 12:34 PM AKDT Aug. 28, 2016 – National Weather Service

... High water levels on rivers draining from the western Brooks
range...

Heavy rainfall in the western Brooks range last weekend has caused
rises on many rivers and streams in northwest Alaska. The Kobuk
river at Kiana has more than quadrupled its flow since early last
week. Reports from the Noatak river continue to indicate that many
gravel bars are submerged and soils are saturated.

Water levels on rivers and streams draining out of the western
Brooks range are expected to remain high through Monday.
Hunters... pilots... and operators of air charter services should
be aware that some Landing areas may be inundated and that the
high water may cause increased debris to be moving downstream.


1234 PM akdt sun Aug 28 2016

... High water levels on rivers draining from the western Brooks
range...

Heavy rainfall in the western Brooks range last weekend has caused
rises on many rivers and streams in northwest Alaska. The Kobuk
river at Kiana has more than quadrupled its flow since early last
week. Reports from the Noatak river continue to indicate that many
gravel bars are submerged and soils are saturated.

Water levels on rivers and streams draining out of the western
Brooks range are expected to remain high through Monday.
Hunters... pilots... and operators of air charter services should
be aware that some Landing areas may be inundated and that the
high water may cause increased debris to be moving downstream.


1234 PM akdt sun Aug 28 2016

... High water levels on rivers draining from the western Brooks
range...

Heavy rainfall in the western Brooks range last weekend has caused
rises on many rivers and streams in northwest Alaska. The Kobuk
river at Kiana has more than quadrupled its flow since early last
week. Reports from the Noatak river continue to indicate that many
gravel bars are submerged and soils are saturated.

Water levels on rivers and streams draining out of the western
Brooks range are expected to remain high through Monday.
Hunters... pilots... and operators of air charter services should
be aware that some Landing areas may be inundated and that the
high water may cause increased debris to be moving downstream.



1234 PM akdt sun Aug 28 2016

... High water levels on rivers draining from the western Brooks
range...

Heavy rainfall in the western Brooks range last weekend has caused
rises on many rivers and streams in northwest Alaska. The Kobuk
river at Kiana has more than quadrupled its flow since early last
week. Reports from the Noatak river continue to indicate that many
gravel bars are submerged and soils are saturated.

Water levels on rivers and streams draining out of the western
Brooks range are expected to remain high through Monday.
Hunters... pilots... and operators of air charter services should
be aware that some Landing areas may be inundated and that the
high water may cause increased debris to be moving downstream.