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Areal Flood Advisory
Statement as of 14:11 AKDT le 30 juin 2015

The National Weather Service in Fairbanks has issued a

* small stream Flood Advisory for...
Denali from the railbelt east... deltana and Tanana flats from the
Salcha river southeast... upper Tanana Valley and the fortymile
country northwest of the Taylor Highway... eastern Alaska Range
west of the Tok cutoff.

* From midnight akdt tonight


* until 215 am akdt Friday

* rainfall amounts of 1 to 2 inches with local amounts up to
3 inches are expected.

* Heavy rainfall will produce rapid rises in The Levels of
small rivers and streams. Some small rivers and streams
may rise to above bankfull stage causing minor flooding.

* People involved in camping or outdoor activity near small rivers
and streams should be alert for rising water levels and be
prepared to move to higher ground.

Lat... Lon 6412 14112 6342 14334 6296 14392 6333 14635
      6344 14754 6356 14843 6354 14886 6405 14874
      6412 14799 6406 14679 6442 14585 6501 14468
      6528 14303 6476 14119


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Public Information Statement
Statement as of 6:39 am AKDT on July 1, 2015

... Monthly weather summary for June for Fairbanks Alaska...

June 2015 was the first month out of the last 11 months that was
below normal for temperatures after 10 consecutive months of above
normal temperatures. Despite having six 80 degree or warmer days
the cold spell during the first week of the month and smoke
cooled temperatures during the last week of the month chilled the
average temperature to below normal.

June started off very cool with 1 to 2 inches of snow falling just
east of Fairbanks in the Salcha area on the morning of the 1st.
The heavy wet snow broke tree limbs and caused several power
outages as snow laden limbs fell on power lines. Mixed rain and
snow was reported in North Pole and the surrounding hills but not
at the Airport.

The coldest temperature of 37 degrees for the month of June
occurred on both the 1st and on the 13th. Many of the typical
cold spots such as Salcha... North Pole and the goldstream valley
recorded low temperatures in the upper 20s and lower 30s on the
the 13th. The late season patchy frost nipped many tender plants
in these locations.

The warmest temperature of 85 degrees for the month of June
occurred on both the 15th and the 19th. The warm and dry
conditions baked central Alaska and combined with thunderstorms
contributed to the start of nearly 200 wild fires over the weekend
of the 20th and 21st. Multiple wild fires contributed to several
days of dense smoke that reduced visibility to under one mile and
produced very unhealthy air quality in the Fairbanks area on the
24th. The smoke obscured the sun and dramatically cooled the area
from high temperatures in the upper 70s and low 80s to temperatures
in the low 70s and upper 60s. Rains on the 26th and 27th cleared
the air and aided in fighting the Forest fires and greatly
improved the local air quality. A wet pattern developed on the
last day of the month with the heaviest 24 hour rainfall total of
0.22 inches.

The average high temperature for the month of June was 70.6
degrees which was 1.0 degrees below the normal high temperature
of 71.6 degrees. This ranks as the 55th warmest of 110 years of
record. The average low temperature for the month of June was 48.9
degrees and was 0.4 degrees below the normal low temperature of
49.3 degrees. This ranks as the 46th warmest of 110 years of
record. The average mean temperature was 59.8 degrees which was 0.6
degrees below the normal mean temperature of 60.4 degrees. This
ranks as the 50th warmest of 110 years of record.

1.03 inches of rain fell during the month of June which was 0.34
inches below the average rain fall of 1.37 inches. This ranks as
the 36th driest of 103 years of record. No snow fell at the
Fairbanks Airport however snow did fall just east of town on the
1st. The 2014 to 2015 snow season ended on the 1st of July with
only 43.8 inches of snow falling at the Airport for the season.
This is 21.2 inches below the normal seasonal snow fall of 65.0
inches.

Looking forward to the month of July possible sunshine decreases
by nearly 4 minutes per day on the 1st and by over 7 minutes per
day by the 15th of July. Possible sunshine decreases from 21 hours
and 27 minutes on the 1st to 18 hours and 18 minutes on the 31st.
Continuous civil Twilight ends on the 27th of July. The average
daily high temperature decreases from 74 degrees on the 1st to 70
degrees on the 31st. The average daily low temperature decreases
from 53 degrees on the 1st to 51 degrees on the 31st.

The forecast for the month of July from the climate prediction
center calls for increased chances for above normal temperatures
and equal chances for below normal... near normal... or above
normal precipitation.

Observed last month... 06/2015

                         observed rank
avg Max temp (f) 70.6 55th warmest of 110 years
avg min temp (f) 48.9 46th warmest of 110 years
avg temp (f) 59.8 50th warmest of 110 years
total precip (in) 1.03 36th driest of 103 years


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