Heavy Rainfall Across the South; Strong Storm Impacting the Bering Sea

Heavy rainfall and isolated severe thunderstorms are possible across the South with a stalled front across the region. The remnants of Typhoon Hagibis continue to impact the Bering Sea with very strong winds and large waves. Elsewhere, a developing coastal storm is forecast to bring heavy rain and strong winds to New England late Wednesday into Thursday.
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Last Update: 351 PM AKDT Mon Oct 14 2019

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Anchorage, AK Local Forecast Office

51NM NW Atka AK

Marine Zone Forecast

...GALE WARNING THROUGH TUESDAY NIGHT...

Synopsis: A 954 mb low 160 nm northwest of St Paul Island moves ashore in western Siberia by Tue afternoon at 961 mb. A strengthening 985 mb Kamchatka low 170 nm northwest of Shemya moves to 180 nm northeast of Shemya at 968 mb by Tue afternoon then moves to 50 nm west of Cape Newenham at 974 mb by Wed afternoon.

Tonight
W wind 45 kt. Seas 36 ft.
Tue
SW wind 35 kt increasing to 45 kt in the afternoon. Seas 27 ft subsiding to 21 ft in the afternoon. Widespread rain showers.
Tue Night
W wind 45 kt. Seas 25 ft.
Wed
W wind 40 kt. Seas 24 ft. Isolated thunderstorms.
Wed Night
W wind 35 kt. Seas 20 ft.
Thu
W wind 35 kt. Seas 18 ft.
Fri Through Sat
W wind 25 kt. Seas 8 ft.
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Last Update: 351 PM AKDT Mon Oct 14 2019
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