Dry and Windy Across the Central Rockies; Flash Flood Threat in the South; Possible Midweek Coastal Storm for New England

Dry and windy conditions across portions of the Central Rockies are contributing to an enhanced wildfire threat early this week. On Tuesday, heavy rainfall setting up along a slow moving front will bring a flash flooding threat to portions of the South from northern Louisiana to southern South Carolina. A coastal storm may bring soaking rain and gusty winds to portions of New England midweek.
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Hazardous Weather Conditions

Last Update: 335 AM AKDT Mon Oct 14 2019

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Anchorage, AK Local Forecast Office

150NM NNW Atka AK

Marine Zone Forecast

...HURRICANE FORCE WIND WARNING TODAY...

Synopsis: A front associated with a 977 mb North Pacific low exits the eastern Aleutians Mon night. A 960 mb low at 55N 178E moves to 60N 176W at 957 mb before moving towards the eastern Russia coast at 970 mb Wed morning. A 990 mb low at 51N 170E Tue morning moves to 57N 169W at 970 mb Wed morning.

Today
W wind 55 to 70 kt. Seas 20 to 35 ft building to 33 to 48 ft in the afternoon. Rain.
Tonight
W wind 45 to 60 kt diminishing to 40 to 50 kt after midnight. Seas 32 to 47 ft.
Tue
W wind 30 to 40 kt becoming SW 35 to 50 kt in the afternoon. Seas 23 to 35 ft.
Tue Night
W wind 40 to 55 kt. Seas 21 to 30 ft.
Wed
W wind 30 to 40 kt. Seas 19 to 26 ft.
Thu
W wind 20 to 35 kt. Seas 13 to 21 ft.
Fri
W wind 10 to 20 kt. Seas 7 to 10 ft.
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Last Update: 335 AM AKDT Mon Oct 14 2019
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