883  
AWAK88 PAVW 232330  
RWSAK  
AKZ017029-101-111-121-125-131-135-141-145-152-155-  
161-171-181-185-187-191-195-201227-241100-  
 
ALASKA WEATHER SUMMARY  
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NOME AK  
330 PM AKDT SUN APR 23 2017  
 
SUNDAYS WEATHER SHOWED LOW PRESSURE DOMINATING THE GREATLAND. 2 MAJOR  
LOW CENTERS WERE NOTED. THE FIRST WAS SITUATED EAST OF ADAK WITH AN  
OCCLUSION THAT APPROACHED COLD BAY AND STRETCHED INTO THE NORTHERN  
PACIFIC. THE SECOND LOW WAS NOTED IN THE SOUTHEASTERN GULF WITH TWO  
TROUGHS THAT ROTATED ABOUT IT. TWO TROUGHS ROTATED WESTERLY ACROSS  
THE MAINLAND WHILE A STATIONARY FRONT LAID FROM KODIAK ISLAND ALONG  
THE GULF COAST AND SOUTHEAST INTO BRITISH COLUMBIA.  
 
SNOW REPORTED AT POINT LAY BARTER ISLAND AND ST PAUL ISLAND WITH FOG  
ALSO ALONG THE NORTH SLOPE. RAIN SEEN ON THE EASTERN ALEUTIANS KODIAK  
ISLAND AND SCAMMON BAY. GUSTY WINDS 28 TO 38 MPH NOTED ON THE WEST  
COAST DOWN TO THE YUKON DELTA. SKAGWAY AND ILIAMNA HAD 23 MPH BURSTS  
WHILE KOLIGANEK SHOWED 31 MPH.  
 
THE MORNING LOWS RANGED FROM -12 AT NUIQSUT TO 51 AT KETCHIKAN. THE  
NORTH SLOPE VARIED FROM -12 AT NUIQSUT TO 12 AT POINT LAY. THE WEST  
COAST TO YUKON DELTA SAW 11 AT DEERING TO 36 AT GOLOVIN. THE INTERIOR  
REPORTED 14 AT EAGLE TO 34 AT KALTAG. THE YUKON DELTA BRISTOL BAY AND  
THE CHAIN HAD 33 AT ST PAUL ISLAND TO 44 AT CAPE ROMANZOF. SOUTH  
CENTRAL REPORTED 23 AT GLENALLEN TO 46 AT HOMER WHILE THE SOUTHEAST  
SHOWED 32 AT JUNEAU TO 50 AT KETCHIKAN. THE AFTERNOON TEMPERATURES  
RANGED FROM 3 AT DEADHORSE TO 63 AT SKAGWAY. ANOTHER BEAUTIFUL DAY IN  
ALASKA.  
 

 
RCT APR 17  
 
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