Severe weather continues on Sunday

The NWS Storm Prediction Center expects severe weather to continue on Sunday from the southern Plains to the Mid-Atlantic. The primary threats will be damaging winds and hail, but an isolated tornado can not be ruled out. Some of the storms will be moving slowly over saturated ground increasing the risk for localized flash flooding.
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Last Update: 401 PM AKDT SAT MAY 27 2017

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Anchorage, AK Local Forecast Office

18NM SE Saint Paul AK

Marine Zone Forecast

WIND FORECASTS REFLECT THE PREDOMINANT SPEED AND DIRECTION EXPECTED. SEA FORECASTS REPRESENT AN AVERAGE OF THE HIGHEST ONE-THIRD OF THE COMBINED WIND WAVE AND SWELL HEIGHT.

Synopsis: BOGOSLOF VOLCANO 53 NM WEST OF DUTCH HARBOR IS ACTIVE.

A 1006 MB LOW 210 NM SOUTH OF PORT MOLLER SAT AFTERNOON MOVES 160 NM SOUTHEAST OF PORT MOLLER AT 1005 MB SUN MORNING BEFORE DISSIPATING OVER THE ALASKA PENINSULA SUN AFTERNOON. A 991 MB LOW 200 NM NORTH OF SHEMYA SAT AFTERNOON MOVES 100 NM NORTH OF KISKA ISLAND AT 991 MB SUN AFTERNOON. THIS SYSTEM MOVES 50 NM NORTHEAST OF KISKA ISLAND AT 994 MB MON AFTERNOON THEN MOVES 110 NM EAST OF KISKA ISLAND AT 996 MB TUE MORNING.

Tonight
Variable wind 10 kt. Seas 3 ft. Patchy fog.
Sun
E wind 15 kt. Seas 3 ft. Patchy fog.
Sun Night
E wind 15 kt. Seas 3 ft.
Mon
Variable wind 10 kt. Seas 3 ft.
Mon Night
E wind 15 kt. Seas 3 ft.
Tue
E wind 20 kt. Seas 5 ft.
Wed
N wind 15 kt. Seas 5 ft.
Thu
N wind 20 kt. Seas 6 ft.
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Last Update: 401 PM AKDT SAT MAY 27 2017
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