963  
AWAK88 PAVW 202330  
RWSAK  
AKZ017>029-101-111-121-125-131-135-141-145-152-155-  
161-171-181-185-187-191-195-201>227-211100-  
 
ALASKA WEATHER SUMMARY  
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NOME AK  
330 PM AKDT WED SEP 20 2017  
 
MIDWEEK WEATHER SHOWED AN OCCLUSION OVER THE CENTRAL ALEUTIANS WITH  
THE ASSOCIATED LOW SOUTHWEST OF SHEMYA. A FRONTAL SYSTEM FROM THE  
CENTRAL BERING SEA EXTENDED INTO A UNALAKLEET LOW AND PROCEEDED TO  
BISECT THE STATE TO THE NORTHEASTERN ALCAN BORDER. HIGH PRESSURE FROM  
SIBERIA EXTENDED ACROSS THE NORTH SLOPE AND SOUTHEAST TO THE SEWARD  
PENINSULA. PACIFIC HIGH EXTENDED TO KODIAK ISLAND AND NORTHEAST TO  
THE EASTERN GULF.  
 
SNOW REPORTED AT ANAKTUVUK AND BARTER ISLAND. RAIN ALSO SEEN ON THE  
NORTH SLOPE. RAIN AND FOG REPORTED ON THE WEST COAST TO BRISTOL BAY  
AND THE INTERIOR. DRIZZLE AND FOG AT JUNEAU. GUSTY WINDS OF 29 TO 39  
MPH SEEN ON THE CHAIN AND THE PRIBILOFS. WINDS OF 21 AND 22 MPH  
REPORTED AT WALES AND KETCHIKAN.  
 
MORNING LOWS RANGED FROM 26 AT WAINWRIGHT TO 54 AT WHITTIER. NORTH  
SLOPE HOWED MID 20S TO MID 30S. WEST COAST TO YUKON DELTA AND THE  
INTERIOR SAW 30 TO 45. SOUTHWEST ALASKA AND THE CHAIN REPORTED 36 TO  
52. SOUTH CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST SHOWED UPPER 30S TO MID 50S.  
AFTERNOON TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM 34 AT BARTER ISLAND AND ANAKTUVUK  
TO 61 AT KETCHIKAN. ALL REGIONS WARMED SLIGHTLY THIS AFTERNOON.  
 

 
RCT SEP 17  
 
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