Typhoon Bualoi Moving Away from CNMI; Strong to Severe Storms in the Southeast; Another Cold Western Storm

Typhoon Bualoi is moving northwest and away from CNMI, but heavy rain, flooding, and gusty winds will continue into Tuesday. A cold front moves into the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic with potential for severe storms with damaging winds and brief tornadoes. Out West, a new cold storm will bring mountain snow and strong winds, which will increase fire weather threats for portions of California.

Hazardous Weather Conditions

Last Update: 402 PM AKDT Mon Oct 21 2019

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Anchorage, AK Local Forecast Office

74NM WSW Sitkinak AK

Marine Zone Forecast


Synopsis: A 994 mb low 210 nm NE of Saint Paul will move 200 nm N of Saint Paul and dissipate Tue afternoon. A 995 mb low 70 nm S of Dutch Harbor will move to 145 nm SE of Saint George Tue afternoon and then dissipate. A 988 mb low 475 nm south of Dutch Harbor Mon night will move to 100 nm Southeast of Sand Point and strengthen to 971 mb Tue evening. The low will then track over the AKPEN Wed afternoon at 967 mb.

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S wind 20 kt becoming E after midnight. Seas 6 ft.
E wind 15 kt becoming SE 25 kt in the afternoon. Seas 9 ft.
Tue Night
SE wind 35 kt becoming SW 50 kt after midnight. Seas 16 ft building to 27 ft after midnight. Rain.
SW wind 55 kt. Seas 37 ft.
Wed Night
W wind 50 kt. Seas 28 ft.
W wind 40 kt. Seas 21 ft.
S wind 35 kt. Seas 13 ft.
SE wind 40 kt. Seas 22 ft.
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Last Update: 402 PM AKDT Mon Oct 21 2019
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