Heavy precipitation for parts of the Pacific Northwest

Moisture will continue to stream into the Pacific Northwest for the next several days. Heavy rain will continue along the coast, while heavy snow will impact the highest elevations of the Cascades. In the northern Plains and Upper Great Lakes, more arctic air will bring periods of snow, blustery winds and cold wind chills. Light snow is also possible in New England and the Ohio Valley.
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Last Update: 337 PM AKST Tue Nov 21 2017

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Anchorage, AK Local Forecast Office

125NM NNW Cape Sarichef AK

Marine Zone Forecast

...STORM WARNING WEDNESDAY NIGHT...

Synopsis: A 999 mb low at 57N 170E moves to 61N 165W at 968 mb Wed night then shifts to 56N 154W at 983 mb Thu afternoon. The associated front pushes across the Bering and over the Alaska Peninsula by Thu afternoon. High pressure edges into the Central Aleutians by Thu afternoon.

Tonight
SW wind up to 20 kt becoming S 20 to 35 kt after midnight. Seas 10 to 13 ft. Rain showers.
Wed
SW wind 30 to 45 kt. Seas 9 to 17 ft building to 16 to 24 ft in the afternoon. Rain and snow.
Wed Night
W wind 45 to 60 kt. Seas 21 to 36 ft. Rain showers and snow showers.
Thu
NW wind 45 to 60 kt. Seas 22 to 37 ft.
Thu Night
NW wind 30 to 45 kt. Seas 14 to 22 ft.
Fri
W wind 15 to 30 kt. Seas 8 to 12 ft.
Sat
SW wind 15 to 30 kt. Seas 8 to 13 ft.
Sun
E wind up to 10 kt. Seas 6 to 10 ft.
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Last Update: 337 PM AKST Tue Nov 21 2017
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